The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00394

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Vol. 43, No. 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA, DECEMBER 10, 1965 16 PAGES -15

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A Miami Beach Post OfficeI arrested Wednesday, Jorgenson derson, an investigative agent

> janitor was arrested for alleg- said, and was fired from for the Miami Beach Post Of-

It edly stealing parking his job.
.. fice. Sands, who had accessto
t from the mails, postal author!*
ItIt > ties reported Monday. Complaints that traffic every area of the post of-
fines receivedat fice, was suspected."We .
rf Edison paid were not
E. Sands was charged -
..ItIt > with theft the office of Harold Frenchman caught him with the t
of 64 letters addressed -
to the Asthmatic head of the Miami i letter for the asthmatic society -

ItIt k Children's Foundation in Mi- Beach's traffic fine collection Jorgenson said.

ami Beach said Postal In- operation, started the investi Frenchman reported that
*> spector W. P. Jorgenson. gation which led to Sands' ar- 600 complaints had !been received -
It ** rest. since mid-August.
A resident of 1346 NW
... 44th St., Sands was employedas Frenchman turned over the Sands was arraigned beforeU.

a cleanup man at the Miami cpmplaints to Jorgenson, who S. Commissioner Edward P.

.f Beach Post Office. He was passed them on to H. B. An- Swan Tuesday afternoon.in .

..It.. : Police Hit Number Sellers Hardrested I

: tL r 4}. tiV For more than a week Ipcal at 1612 NW 51st St. their sale,

%y bolita sellers have had a hard said to be a part of the K Y Armed with warrants, the
If- time trying to Veep from falling House. raiders entered Dixie House at I

into the hands of the law, And Officers also arrested 6:35: p.m. and the KY at 7:10

the end is not yet in sight. Elena Walker 43, at the KY. p.m.

IfIt Monday night state attorneyand Bolita tickets ,tapes and envelopes -

grand jury raiders, visitingtwo were found. \
,,;' ',,., bolita houses, found 12 Mrs. Walker was charged
It j' off numbers tickets, 45 brown envelopes with being in possession of
> 4 a well thumbed Bible bolita tickets. Farrington and

It and a cat hiding in the bushes. Mrs. Grant faced charges with l

... EF Catherine Grant, 49, was five charges of gamblingoperaing 1

.. arrested at 2545 NW 51st St. a lottery, assisting in con-

> r f/f :i4 4f said by investigators to be ducting' lottery, possessionof

.. w r part of the Dixie House, and lottery implements posses
sing lottery tickets nad aiding
. >f Lloyd Farrington, 41, was ar-
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.It. Integrated Bank Doubles AssetsCHICAGONPlKThe "

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terly statement of the: interra-

;. Orange Blossom Classic viewers had M cial Seaway national bank dis-
parade a lot to applaud last Saturday
closes that million in J
especially these three lovelies who graced the float of the House of Photography and tal has burgeoned to nearly cap

Chicken Town USA. The girls are Brenda Mitchell, Nera Roberts and Sandra Dozier, $3.25 million in total as?""

all secretary-models at the House of Photography. Three guesses who took the picture since last January. The bank Mrs. Ruby Hurley, Southern

? showed assets of$3,234,622.71and Regional Director, NAACP of

2241778.49 in deposits. Atlanta, Oat will be the guest

Program to Aid Teachers With Bank president, Harold R. speaker for a Mass meeting J
Algar, said the bank expectsto Sunday, Dec. 12, 3 p.m. at the 'f
reach the $5 million mark First BaptistChurch of Bun che

in assets by the end of the Park, 15700 NW 22nd Ave.

NTA Score Below 500State year. There will. ,be,;, ,other civil

rights workers and freedom

School Supt. Floyd T. Christian saio the course The courses will cover the Dr. Cryer Named to lovers who will express their

Christian has announced plans would not be designed "to general areas: communicationskills Grand thoughts in regards to the
for a pilot program to'upgradethe teach for the test" but would teaching and counsel- Jury NAACP needs. The civil

competence of teachers provide general skills which ing disadvantaged students, Earl Carroll local insurance Tallahassee Secretary of rights struggle is not an individual -
who scored I less than 500 on educators hope will also help mathematics, and general edu- executive this week State Tom Adams today an- problem, or is it a ,

the National Teachers Examination the teachers, improve their cation.The. Florida will bea announced his randidacy for nounced the commissioning of racial problem. The civil
competencies, and result in which if the state legislature Carroll] Dr. Linkston T. Cryer, 13711 America's
pilot project successful
Christian will seek Boardof their scores being improved.In 'will be continued in polled 31,283 votes in a los- Madison St., Miami, as member
Education approval to me a addition, the courses Florida and probably startedin ing cause for the same postin Grand Jury Commission, schedule so that you will I
plan with the U. S. Office of will be aimed at teachers of 1963. Dade County. hear these wonderful speakers.
other states, Christian said.
Education to offer 15 weeksof disadvantaged children, to
The criteria for the selec
instruction at three Florida develop some guidelines for
tion of the 180 teachers in thiryear's I It
jumior colleges for 90 teachersfor use of colleges in tcachered- .
is being de-
a slightly longer period ucation, and to begin researchon program
veloped. The three junior colleges ... ,,'W',
during the next summer. the problem of determining :
to be used in the project -
The program would be fi- which teachers who fail the : Z
have not been selected but
nanced by a tederal grant of NTE should remain in teaching .' ,
will be bcated in different
$49,970 under the Vocational and whichshould be counseled .
of the state to obtair
Educational Act. for other areas of em-
ployment. maximum ",1
Christian said the programis coverage. .t
an outgrowth of a sugges-

tion made at a meeting of a
special committee set up by King Asks GI Bill For NegroesAUTHOR

his predecessor, Thomas D.

Bailey, to help teachers in SELMA, Ala. Dr. Martin
need of employment due to Luther King proposed Tues

consolidation of schools.At OF 'THE day night the creation of L
that meeting, it was bill of for
NEGRO FAMILY'ON'MEET rights Negroes patterned
pointed out.hat between 1,000to after the GI Bill for :>'" : I Iy'
1,500 teachers in the state THE PRESS'SUNDAY .. .':'::" .",
veterans of World War II. ...... .I
who had scored below 500 ..'.,....J.
The civil rights leader I./ ,
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on the NTE were having dif- r ,
said Negroes all over the nation jt..1;
ficulty obtaining employmentin ..
other counties and were The guest on "Meet the are unable to get good j .
subject* to lower salaries in Press" Sunday, Dec. 12 will jobs because they lack the '"
counties which use the NTE be Daniel P. Moynihan, for- training. "America must atone "

score in pay schedules. mer Assistant Secretary of La, for this sin," he said, "by
bor, whose study, "The NegroFamily" '1.,:'t. ,
Under Florida law, all new has created controversy pro.vide 'I';: ''1'I

teachers must have 500 NTE in the civil rights move- like the GI Bill." i c d/M
scores to receive a regular :
teaching certificate and to ment. "If this or something of a .....: ".
go "Meet the Press" will be similiar nature is not done,""
continuing contract. ( A
on colorcast live from Washington he warned "America will suf.
teacher is ,eligible for a con- .
D.C. on the NBC Tele- fer the Consequences."
tinuing contract after three
in a if vision Network Channel 7 --- Park Miami's oldest recreation
years county recommen- Dorsey Negro facility tinaliy got some mUCh
ded by the county superintendent from 1 to 1:30 p.m. EST, and dicate, Simeon Booker of Ebo- attention last week after the daughter of the donor of the park to the city criticized
will be broadcast the '"
for the fourth on
year.) employment Radio Network from 6:30: to 1p.m. ny rence and E.Jet Spivak magazines, producer, Law-and its appearance and the poor use made of it. Mrs. Dana Dorsey Chapman accompanied
Robert and Roderick Silva an inspection tour of
In addition, some countiesuse permanent panelist of "Meet Mayor King High park supervisor on
the NTE scores in deter- Moynihan will be inter- the Press," and a fourth panelist the little used park at NW 1st Ave. and 17th St. Mayor High promised to replace the

mining teacher salary sched viewd by Robert Novak of the :! to he announced. Ned concrete wall around the park with a chain link fence, erect a two story recreation

ules. New York Herald Tribune Syn- Brooks will be the moderator. building, repair the field I lights and plant shade trees to help beautify the place.

2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. December 10.. 1965
IN 2

I Variety Hospital' to Honor "Ediioi/Ree. Saturday .Xy DAYS FOR NUMBERS

| "In again, out again" was
the experience a bolita seller
the business grew. missed a single issue. Dec. 11. Variety will present had at the Dade County jail)
The Miami Sun, a small An Episcopalian all his him with the Volunteer of Va- last wekend after she was
newspaper, was published by life, Reeves was ordained a lor Award. their highest honor "troubled" by lawmen.
if the company in 1920 but due Perpetual Deacon in St. Agnes for distinguished public ser- Louise Waller, 35, was accused -
M 0 to the scarcity of newsprintand Episcopal Church and servedas vice. of selling numbers tickets -
Y Ys
inadequate equipment it assistant to the priest until from Millie's\ Sundries
discontinued after five months.In 1954, when he became assistant ASSOCIATES 14825 NW 22nd Ave. Saturdayshe
1921 Reeves bought out to the priest at the was arrested by sheriff's
his partners and moved the Church of the Incarnation EMPLOYMENT AGENCY vice men but"Was released af-

business to 826 NW 3rd Ave. where he still serves. 502 N.W. 54th STREET ter posting a $3,000 bond.
Grand Jury investigators
His ambition to become an His activities in the com- 757-7674 returned -
to the store Sunday witha
editor was fulfilled in September munity cover the civic, educa-
search warrant and found her
1923, when the first issueof tional, political, and every Finest domestic and com- still "
doing "business.
t She
the Miami Times came off phase that contributes to its mercial lobs in this area. charged with five gambling

a ta the press. betterment, especially his sup ALSOExcellent counts for gambling activity
The Miami Times now hasa port of Variety Children's Hos domestic open- after the first arrest.

staff of ten.. Although the pitalHe ings now in New York and Bonds in the amount of
paper has -passed through depressions has been the recipientof Connecticut.Trans portation $9,500 were posted for her
booms, hurricanesand many citations from various advanced. Monday at County jail and
other reverses, it has not organizations. On Saturday, she was out again.WOOLWORTH'S.

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A distinguished citizen i apprenticeship then on to the
with a half-century of public City Press Plant, operated by
service behind him has become' brother of the editor of the
a living success story in the Nassau Guardian.
history of Miami. He switched to government
He is the honoree of a testimonial service and served for 14
dinner on Saturday months in the Customs Department -
evening at the Deauville Ho but printers' ink was in
tel. He will be cited for his his veins, so he returned to

long record of public service, The Nassau Guardian: ............ .,. ..,.w "..-...'.''.'. ._, ---._--
and particularly for his lead- In 1919 Reeves decided:
ership in the support of Va- to go into business for himself.); 0.f f

riety Children's Hospital, a He secured some printing; j
non-sectarian pediatric center equipment, then left for New' I" 1 1i

serving all children. York via Miami, to purchase: i{!
What kind of man is H. E. some more. 11:'

S. Reeves subject of this Reeves never reached New '. !
community recognition? York. In Miami he met two oldfriends PP i &

... Henry Ethelbert Sigismund Dr. A. P, Holly and; t
Reeves, editor-publisher of the M. C. Rodie, also a printer. Dr.* t .a
Miami Times, was born at Nas Holly, who saw a great future ? N K :

sau, Bahamas.He for Miami, urged Reeves to I r
spent part of his boyhood change his plans and to con- I
days in the office of his sider opening a printing busi- ( .

father, H. L. Reeves, who was ness where there was 'wider,
magistrate and public school field and greater prospects.As j
principal for many years a result of this confer- >:>

In 1899 his father decided ence the Magic City Printing. *
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that young Reeves should give Company was formed with Dr. I i f fF 1 t
engineering trial. This last t
a Holly as president; the Rev. ,,j <
ed but five months, and the F
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Sampson, vicepresident'and j >K
youngster was not sorry.
treasurer Reeves as sec-,
But the always i f '
youngster retary and manager; and M. C. .
wanted to be a printer. He had
Bodie .assistant manager. r
his chance in 1900, and learned i
The company bought a printing -
to set type in the office of i
plant ) located in Lemon 1-;
The Bahama News, a weekly !
City and opened business a.]>

publication. 528 Ave. G (now NW 2nd Ave.i) : L,.:<<.:"","'w.i. .n,.,.
Later he went to the Nas- Reeves and his partners work-

sau Guardian to complete his ed hard for small wages while Crisp, carefree floircr-print Warm cptatp- nd-polIlPlltpr


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 10, 3

I "flrsIGraders Here fo be "Taught WI" Economics MIAMI PROJECT APPROVED

In a meeting with 20 local ded to the school curriculum, FOR 300 ON-JOB TRAINEESA
business leaders to outline be said, but material on labor
plans to teach economics from and finance will be worked Miami project is among project.
the first grade up, Donald J. into existing courses as ap 46 community sponsored on- Over $6.9 million have been
Dowd, coordinator of the Dade propriate. the-job training programs in 35 allocated for the 46 programs
School sytem's new economic Dowd said that because 90 w9 cities announced today by Sec- announced today.
education, said this week that percent of the nation's teachers v r retary of Labor W. Willard Secretary Wirtz said ad-
.v ditional cities will be addedas
children need to learn that have never studied economics N Wirtz.
"the world does not owe thema at the college level, The Miami project, sponsored rapidly as community programs
living." the first phase of the project by Economic opportunity are developed.
Dowd said, "we are living will be in-service for Dade Program, Inc.,will provide on- "These projects are
for tailored to meet the needs of
the-job training unem-
I today in a'world too complex teachers.
ployed workers of all ages in people in depressed city areas
lie said that such
too complicated for routine a programis
require assistance -
I several occupations. Federal who desperately
educational approaches." already started at the Uni- "
funds totaling $176,865 have to gain employment,
Children need to learn to versity of Miami, and that in
been allocated to the Miami Wirtz said.
cope effectively with economic -March a two-week institute for
problems at the family, some 600 teachers and guid-
community, state and national ance counselors will be held Rev. Mozell Joins Hanker! I
levels, he said. jointly by the school system
His project will be carriedon and guidance division and the Rev. Alfonza C. Mozell, will also serve as chaplainand
in cooperation with the university.Dr. well known personality of Mi- counselor to families. The
Joint Council on Economic Ed- Seymour Wolfbein, assistant Presented by the Pepsi-Cola Co., the 1965 Willie ami's Radio Station WAME. appointment is effective im-
cation a non-profit organization to the secretary of labor has been appointed business
Galimore Memorial Scholarship Award is being received mediately.
in New York, which sup who will examine such manager of Manker's Funeral
of the Freshman Class who .. .
by Benny Johnson -
plies literature and consul- topics as labor economics, Home in Miami. Rev Mozell
tant service for schools, he manpower problems and cur- is a native of Hallandale, Fla. The 6'2" 210 pound son will continue to serve in the ,
said.No rent employment, will conduct of Mr and Mrs. John Brown graduated from Crispus capacity as gospel DJ at
new courses will be ad- the institute, Dowd said. Attucks High at Dania where he won varsity letters in WAME and pastor of St. Mark REDUCELose

both football and basketball, was president of the Stu- Primitive Baptist Church. up to 6 pounds

:,:r' Post Office Exams For 0' ,p'' dent Council and honor student. and William funeral E.director Manker,of owner the WEEKLY
Standing on the 50 yard line during the pre-game
;, firm stated that the appoint- 1545 S. W. 1st Street I
: with him Willie Galimore widowof
ceremonies Mrs.
< are ment of Rev. Mozell as business FR 3-2748 '
Clerks and CarriersPostmaster the late grid star and Pepsi-Cola New York repre- manager of the firm will \

sentative, Chris Conner. add to the staff a well quali-
E. M. Dunlap Office 300 NE 1st Ave., Mi- _. ___.__ DR. LONG'S CLINIC
o ---- fied in the field offuneral
announced today that applica- ami, Fla. or from the Postal person
home management. He ##'####.
Board of the Civil Service Examiners Igl&IIII
tions would be received until
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further notice for examinationfor Room 804, 51 SW 1st I--------------l
substitute Postal Clerk and Ave. The application form
Substitute City Carrier. A list must be either mailed to or delivered I : QPR CLASSIFIED "ADS : t I'' B& B EMPLOYMENT
will be .established to the Postal Board of \ .
of eligibles .' .
U. S. Civil Service Examiners. ; BRING RESULTS : 'IU I I
from entrance this examination.The salary startsat Applicants must actually I, j : >, t. 1336 & 38 NW 3rd Ave.

$2.57 per hour with periodic reside within the delivery area J I! Established 15
: years
increases up to $3.50 per hour; of the Miami Post Office or be -- - -
annual rate $5,181 per year bona fide patrons of this of FR 3-2106
with increases to $7,062 per fice. All qualified applicantswill
year. Substitute' employees are receive consideration for
paid on an hourly basis and employment without regard to AI's 27th Ave. JOBS JOBS JOBS
regular employees are paid on race, creed, color, sex or national -
an annual basis.Application origin.A Available NOW!!!
forms may be written test is requiredand Fish & Poultry Mkt
obtained from the Main Post will be held in Miami. Service Station' Maids Pvt. Home

Home of U'Buy'Em, We.Fry.'Em Truck Drivers Hotel Maids

Hotel Porters ,Cooks Pvt. Home
I Shevin to Run For Senate BOX LUNCHES TC GO Cook Rest. Cooks -

FREE DELIVERY CALL 633.,9491 Dish Washers Dav'Workers -->
; Representative Robert L. County delegation can now, '1:ire Changers x J l Laundry >** .
Shevin, voted the OutstandingFirst under are-apportionment legis- : + .
Term member of the leg lature, assume a new vital 4518 N.W. 27th Ave. 'MANy"'M'HY MORE {
islature, announced today that and aggressive role of impor-
tance in Tallahassee. AL FARRINGTON, PROP. 1 1I
he will run for reelection to :
Florida Senate under the I feel deeply that during the .. I:
the --- ---'- --- ----
proposed new reapportionmentplan last session of the legislature
in the 44th District rep I truly helped make Dade's
resenting all of Dade and Mon- voice be heard in the state 18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLEBUILDING
roe counties. Capitol, and around the state THE COMMUNITY PROfILE OF 1Al
I'm proud to tell you the S
6 Shevin was encouraged to I
I Dade Coun people of Dade County, that Wken BUYING BUILDING
seek this seat by or

George ty's two Holland outstanding and Senators Robert others award share as in the this outstandingFirst opinion.My ( CALL--- STANLEY BONDED RENTALI(1i(( )

Haverfield and by Dade's Senior Term legislator was bas- -
Member of the House, Rep. ,. : PL 1-3604'
ed on a vote of my fellow legislators 0
I Carev Mathews. and the St Peters Beautiful Hornet AGENCY INC.
I Rep. Shevin stated emphatically burg Times poll named me one Built on Your Lotor ,
that, "the time for leadership of the ten most valuable legislators ti rY IAttractive
t is here. Your Dade of the 1965 Session. A Iteration
I eLe' U. Demolish -

Lovely New Home
Coll UI for Fact. About THAN 10,000 :HOUSING UNITS THE HON. L. L. BROOKS, I
, Boy Building

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday, December 10, 1965 .

MORE EXAMINERS WANTE1The South DadeSunday Carver

r Civil Rights Commission believes Attorney School at Mt. Mo-

General Nicholas Katzenbach is moving too slowly riah began at 9:45 with James Ranches
under the 1965 voting rights act. Candidate, superintendent, in Ii

The commission wants more federal voter examiners charge. The morning servicewas Hews
wE. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher 1 in the South. Examiners should be assigned to all in charge of the pastor,

GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor fl counties which reject voting applicants because of Rev. W. C. Edcar, who is back 1--' -&y Wolttr Bow.'--:
be on
M.mber. of the Notional Newspapers Publishers Association either illiteracy or inadequate registration facilities. from .vBcationin&.l.et's hear him Sunday. The trustees of
This could be double the total of 32 counties with time to Bethlehem Star of
$6.00 examiners, said a commission spokesman. cordially invitedto Pembroke Road will
OHg YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN You are sponsor
at the marriage a program Sunday
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post be present afternoon
of Stephen W., McLane to Miss Dec. 12, Rev. I. W. Hepburn'pastor.
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 '
Cure Dec. 12 .
Mae on
Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Av.nu. Phone OX) 10421 PUN PHUN for it,would the Protestants take only two and the entitles at 2 o'clock at Mt. Moriah. ***South**.***Broward s
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"CREDO OP THE NEGRO PRESS" Catholics, to find the common will hold its
and Mrs. Alfred Walker nextregular
An interesting article titled Mr. meet.
The NEGRO PRESS bellev.it that America can best lead ground upon which to unite. thank all ihgDec. 19 at 5:30: p.m.
tfo world from racial and national antagonism when It accords "The Town With Too Many The story of the four chur- and family wish to
'to every man regardless of roc., creed or .color his Churches" in the November ches in Redbook is proof thatit for kindness during their hour The Florida stars
are kick
fwman and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no -non-the Redbook Magazine pointed out can be done. I fear, though, of bereavement and Alert ing the pins pretty hard
fegro! Prese strives to h.lp every man In the firm belief that how a small town of 288 per- that as mentioned in the article thanks to the House of Lauderdale at Ft.
.Jl men: sr* hurt'as longas any*. S Is held 1 back. sons with four churches merged take the Funeral Home and staff. lanes. Come out
it will pres-
fans and root for
your favorite
into one church after much sure of economic conditions *+eewwwow.-+ team.

SHELF CLEARINGThe difficulty The final, of course.success of this rather than spiritual inspira- Walter Romer and mother ----
tion, to force men to enter the attend the The Gay Ladies
Atlanta to
project, in my mind, was a went to Social
Office of Civil Defense is getting rid of victory for Christ, because one fold of which the beloved funeral of his uncle Dec. 7. Club would like to thank all

$22.5 million in drugs and supplies from its stand-by these Christians sacrificed de- Jesus spoke. ----- who helped to make their pre-
hospitals. Said to be unfit for human use, they will be nominational and personality Ritual often separates bro- Mrs. Emma P. Brown is the Christmas dance a success.
ther from brother. If we only
dumped. The amount they say might total $50,000 worth.In prejudice as well as some realize that most ritual was nota house guest of Mrs. Rosie Lee wishing a Merry Christmasand
the of Arnold ritual in order to get togetheras Thomas of Hibiscus St. a Happy New Year. Mil.
announcing cost shelf-cleaning
part of our religions at the dred James, president.Mrs. .
one fold. They found that ------
Dodge, chief of Health Mobilization, said the public time of their inception we
members of otherdenominationswere Noah Williams, wife, sister
might as well get used to it, because so long as thereis just as human as they might not cling to it so ten- brother and sister-in-law wentto
For example: priestsin Callie Parker wish to
a civil defense program the millions ot dollars ot were. As one member, a Pres- Ocala to attend their aunt's
of thank the R. R. Moton School
the Chjistiani-
early days
drugs in stock will lose their effectivenessand "I worshippedwith Da-
eventually byterian, said ty were allowed to marry. funeral, Bishop Angeline for the beauti ful ThanksgIvingbaskets.
have to be thrown out. folks I hadn't talked to Prayer beads which I have vis. The funeral was Sunday. .

Some of the waste could be charged to education.We in years. Let's face it, we always always associated with Catholic -_... ...

did not know much about long term storage of drugs Methodists thought were Lutherans different and- Faith, were previouslyused Ur18lIlulUIIUUIIIUIUUiIIIUIIUIiIiiIlllUlu1UIIIlUl1lIUI0111' UlIpIl1101I111111Ui1

when we started out, but we are learning. wrong somehow. But when you by the so-called "infi-
Now, then, you can cut down on your storage sup- sit next to them in church, del" Moslems and were the Do You NeedMoney
brought back to Europe by .
plies, can't you Mr. Dodge? you see they're pretty much
the same as you. after all." returning Crusaders.
HISTORY! YES, HISTORY! Another said "After we I have no quarrel with ritual ?
started to meet in the same and would even advocateit .
News from Alabama that in Montgomery a federal building you went home feel- for those who feel they *'''* ,
jury, after two days' deliberation had returned a verdict ing you had really been in need it, but I do feel that 1. FOR YOUR CHURCH
of guilty for three KKK, was received .vith sur- touch with the Lord." when its end result is to keep

prise, and yet it was pleasing. We wish no one harm, How true this is! For the brothers from worshipping together 2. FOR YOUR SCHOOL'S BAND
closer it is to the P.T.A.
in ,
only way one can get contrary
hideous are com-
and ones
but when crime especially
touch with God is to get in teachings of Jesus as I under- ATHLETIC TEAMI! 1-
mitted, those found guilty should pay the penalty. touch with one's fellowmen, stand them and is postponing -
Alabama has made history. It is the first time a despite their outward differences. i the day when His Prayer,
white man was convicted in a state court for murderinga This is true, not only of (The Lord's Prayer) will be 3. FOR YOUR LODGE, SOCIAL OR CIVIC

Negro. An all-white jury in Anniston gave the verdict differences of creed, but of answered. on earth. CLUB! .
sentenced to 10 color and nationality as well. S
and 25-year-old Herbert Strange was
The Lord is our Shepherd and
years imprisonment for killing Willie Brewster, a foundry the work of a shepherd is to CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN 4. FOR THE BOY SCOUTS GIRL SCOUTS, I

worker. gather His flocks, not scatter YMCA, YWCA, ETC. |
Strange's attorney called the jury "12 white nig-
gers." them.Since the beginning of the 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE

The convictions prove that the times have changed, Ecumenical Councils of the CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT a Then-Call Mr. Haller ,

and for the better, even in Alabama.A Catholic Church, I have won-
dered if the Christian unity LUNCHES

NEW TRIAL? herein strived for could not be PICK-UP SERVICE AT ,
brought to fruition more rapid. g CANDIEII
Thomas M. D'Andrea, accused of stealing $7,500 ly by the protestant churches. REGISTER NOW

worth of copper wire from telephone poles alongthe Ta- After all, there is much more 691-7796 OR 696-3802 3610 N.W. 19TH ST., MIAMI i
found not guilty by similarity in these denomina-
Collier was
Miami Trail in County,
an all-Negro jury, said to be the first in Florida since tions. If this could be accomplished Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. And let him tell you how "sweet" it is to

Reconstruction days. However, D'Andrea might haveto the job would be easier sell Laura Lee Candies for profits for your B

face another jury since the foreman is reported assaying group.

that they thought they were voting to find him ....P&.Ad.. I i
guilty.The Call Mr. Haller-696-3600

Second District Court of Appeal in Lakeland, IIlIlUlIllllIIIliIUIIllIIUIIIUIIIIIIIII1fh lit111NIII1l1NRRRNilHhllnhtlIQiulluliulllllillllIUIIlf\
has directed ;Judge Smith to show cause by Dec. 15

why Dade he man.should' not be barred from retrying the South r THANK YOU LONGHORN!

D'Andrea's lawyer, Atty. Ernest Gocom of Miami, The campaign was

asked the Appelate to stop the attempt for a retrial.
great fun and I am HOME OWNERS LIBERTY
BOLITA Consolidate Bills
forever grateful to the
Bolita operators are finding it mighty hard to car- Reduce your Payments HOMES

ry on under recent pressures from several quarters. Not fine who Lower your Interest
many people NW 27th Ave. at 211th St.
only are arrests being made and material confiscated SI,000

but the Grand Jury is on the march. worked so hard on my Pay Back $20 Monthly Call Claire 642-4071 Romano:



Last Saturday 250 Miamians were present at the back the old $3,000 Terrazzo Floors
to drug Solid Sodded Lots
Pay Back $40 Monthly
James E. Scott Community Association's 40th anniver- 75 Ft.xlOO Ft.
sary dinner given in the Mount Olympus Room of the store! PHONES: Minimum Lot Size

Everglades Hotel. M8-2775 G88-2T75 City Water and

Serving as M.C. was Garth C. Reeves, presidentof Sewage system
the association. Father Nicholas A. Derrick of the Sliding Patio Doors and
Choice of Exterior
JESCA Golden Age Club gave the invocation and the Interior Colors

Rev. Howard Huntzicker, of the First CongregationalChurch ACE EMPLOYMENT Close to Shopping and
the benediction. Expressways

The speofcer of the evening was Swotor Claude SERVICE
Pepper, who was introduced by Mrs. M. Athalie Range. I' 324 $11,700 TO $13,400As

Solos were rendered by Miss Mary Raymond and I High School Boys 18 little as $1$ a mo.
Mrs. Harolean S. Storr, with Miss Jessie Roberts at Dishwashers Porters VA and FHA FINANCING

the piano. 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. $50.00 NEW YEAR'S

Two pioneers in the Welfare Services in Dade SPECIALGood

County-Mrs. Elizabeth King, a charter member of the until Jan 15, 1966

James E. Scott Association and Miss Mary Raymond, Outstanding

first executive secretary of the Community Chest of M M n START WORK TODAY! !! 2 Bedroom J Bath Home
Dade County, interested the audience with reminis- 1 A Public Service Over
20 Years
cences of J. E. S. Association from its beginning, pay- $11,500 _

ing tribute to the late Capt. James E. Scott, first mana- JERRY Cook Live In Maids who hot
Bus Boys Any man or woman
ger of the Liberty City Project and co-founder of the Dishwashers Porters served In the armed force
J. E. S. C. Association and to Miss Olive Alexander, STERN Gas Station Drivers for at least 90 days j.
>> now executive secretary of the association. ...'..s z Hotel & Home Maids eligible to buy a home for
Full-time We Appreciate Your for as little as
, Awards were presented these worthy pioneers in

I '. Welfare Work by the Rev. Theodore Gibson, rector of druggist. Business $200 DOWN"Liberty

Christ Church, Coconut Grove. A \ Homes
Henry A. McGinnis, Ph.D., ACSW, Dean of Barry OWNER ROBERTS ALL NITE DRUG STORE6th : xT, F R 9.3382 EstatesBuilt

College of. Social Work, spoke on "Future Challengesand St. & Flagler Uill\ by the

Goals.1'' \. SDlt7t'J1 H.E. 5th Street I JANIS CORPORATION...........



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 10. 1965 5
Alphas Close
s P "e 1 lei wtrN 'TICKIT.. a '

Regional Meet

Leadership does not dwellin 4 4 ,
any ivory tower, nor does it t tr1 q
Athalie Range has been elected temporary chair- develop through the printed
man of the newly formed Florida Summit Leadership page, Dr. Gilbert L. Porter
Conference about five told a group of Alpha Phi Alpha
leaders. government-oriented Fraternity men and Alpha,
wives here last week.
Speaking before the delegates -
The George Engrams (Joyce) of Daytona and their and guests at a conven-
daughter Carol of New Jersey were guests at the Foun- tion-closing banquet at the
tainbleau last weekend for the frolics of the Classic Biscayne Terrace Hotel, he
weekend. Joyce is the sister of Rubie Mizell. said, "We do not exert leader-
ship by telling people. We
exert it only as a result of
Madelle Nealy, teacher at Dunbar Elementary is sitting with a group, thinking
recuperating at home after having undergone surgery problems through to their final
at Cedars of Lebanon. We are happy to know the recovery soul tion."
is. going A-ok. Dr. Porter, assistant super-
intendent f Dade County
Schools, told the group,' "The
Mr. and Mrs.John (Myrna)Lee are cuddling a 7 lb. fNC4J.
1 oz. boy, Vincent Errol. succeeds is .t .
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not broad. It is immediate and I
exerted inside small groups of Dawn and Toni Guinyard present flowers to pioneer Miss Mary Raymond on
Here from Daytona Beach is Maude L. Stone, sis 10 tp 15 people who interacy her arrival at International Airport from New Orleans. Miss Raymond one of the \
ter of Ruth Rogers. Ruth met with an accident last Wed- frequently." two pioneers in the work of the James E. Scott Community Association was honored -
nesday and is at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. He added that if an ideais at the Fortieth Anniversary Dinner held at the Everglades Hotel. The other was
to gain wide acceptance- Mrs. Elizabeth Cooley King. Dawn and Toni, daughters of Mr. & Mrs. Harold Guin
Another accident victim is Josephine Carr who is small groups, group by group, yard attend the Day Care Center at Liberty Square Housing Project.
also a patient at Cedars. will have to accept it. adoPt
it, and spread it. Jox Attorney Visits Miami luuniuuummulltfriafiamlammaaarllu. ,
Wedding bells will ring on December 18 for Gloria Dr. Porter urged his Alpha ,:> :" ,
Brownlee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brownleeand "brothers" to begin showingmore Attorney and Mrs. Ernest 0. Avon Chris'tmasB
leadership in walk Jackson Sr., visited in the -:
Herman Lee Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miles of life through a "unified every action city over the weekend with ;
Howard. The ceremony will take place at the Bethe program." He said that Mr. and Mrs. PercyA Styles, u is Closer
Apostolic Temple.Mrs. "this must happen in every 1100 NW 41st St. y ng
area of this great nation in Attorney J a c k son, who
Myrtle Burnside of Nassau is the weekend which we live." practices in Jacksonville, is Than You Think
guest of Mrs. Glorie R. Woodward. presently working in the office :,,
of Gov. Haydon Bums as
,a program consultant in the :
Birthday greetings to Carolyn Johnson ana Ed- division of Economic Oppor-
ward Moxie. tunity. He attended a local
meeting involving Negro lead- ONLY A FEW AVON'TERRITORIES STILL

The first of the traditional Christmas practices ers throughout the state who OPEN. REPRESENTATIVES CAN EARN 40%
were planning to organize a
have begun. Last Saturday the Dade County Retired r statewide organization.
Teachers Christmas Party and Luncheon at the Miami Y Mrs. Jackson is a cousin of COMMISSION. WHY CAN'T YOU ENJOY
Woman's Club. Mrs. Styles.

The Girl Scout Adult Volunteers of Ixora Neigh-
borhood chose Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. SUPPORT ,
-P'''''''' ''''''' ''' (-'' ''
William Littles for their party. II,t' : '- '" <
tf, .: \' tl.for..tJol.r:

Get well wishes go out to retired teacher, Leona YOUR ; '

Adams.i, ( V C1IVi" '371-5614' V-" '
t 1 ;\
Attending the 59th annual American Vocational ,
Association at the Deauville Hotel this week are Mr. .
and Mrs. Leon Farbes of Tennessee A&I. The Farbesare
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Aldin Everett and were their

dinner Sincere guests sympathy on Wednesday.to the Carey-Saunders Johnson BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?

Moore-Culmer, Hudson-Murphy, StewartGlassMurray, r t
Allen-Poitier-White, Butler and Huff families.Mrs. .
tl 111

Monte C. Martin Jr. (formerly Marcia Johnson
) and her daughter Tanya will be living here while \
her husband, Lt. Martin, serves an arym overseas tour
of duty which is to begin after the holidays.

Sharon Stevenson was home from FAMU visiting

her parerts Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Stevenson Sr. of Opa Barbara Adams, an 18-yenr A
Locka. old freshman at BethuneCookman SAVE
College. takes time out
Mr. Samuel Carey, an old citizen died at the Jackson between classes to "smile for
Memorial Hospital on December 2nd. His son Bax- the photographer" A native of
ter and two daughters: Mrs. Eloise Robinson and Miss Leesburg. Fla., she is "Miss '
Sphinx" and runnerup for 66 Car with Our
Ethel of New York Finance Your
Carey are in the city for the funeral. "Miss Homecomin g." She
They are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erskine Forbes, 1810 plans to become a social

NW 63rd St. worker. AUTO LOAN!

Dr. Edwin S. Shirley, a member of the Medical Ad-
visory Committee of the Dade-Monroe Tuberculosis and
Respiratory Disease Association attended the Florida
Board of Directors' Meeting at the Landmark Resort 1F 1. Shop around for the car you want. Bring us the '

Hotel and Spa, in Lido Beach, Sarasota on Dec. 4. make, model and price
urSmiling C
2. We will okay your loan quickly and with no red

tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we want

Prince Cafe 41; to make loans.

r 3. Interest can bas low ne /'/% on a new car, and

Is always thinking of you, and all the good payments for as long __ ...w months the lowestpaymentspossible.

things you would enjoy eating. Try our T-Bone, l..J t We also make loans on used
broil Steaks. lb. with '
DelmonicoCharcoal Vi cars up to 5 years old.
all the trimmings. It's mouth watering! Also Eddie Lee Pitt-
man popular local businessman -
try our Chitterlings Oysters, and Fried I Is the new own,.
Chicken. We specialize in Grilled Pork Chops. er J 1772 c'NW the 79th Dive-Inn St. Phone Bar : 4: LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF

PS, Charcoal Broiled Steaks from 6 p.m.9p.m. (31-9431. He invite* all MIAMI

Try our Breakfast Special with hot butter- and his old meet friends new to friends.come First fully Integrated bank in the entire Southeast
milk biscuits served with apple jelly and Everyone welcome. Indf( right here in the Edison Financial Center
pure butter. I 6013 N.W. 7th Avtnu Phone 759-4431

Meet all your friends in Prince's! the '' .t?' ,- "'f}
fastest little growing business I in town! t"L4'to" ig1horn Monday Tuotdoy Wodnoidoy, Thursday 9:30 o* to 2 pm; Friday. 9i30, om to 2 pm .

Mrs. Elease Prince, Prop. t ,,,,, I IJ and 5 pnt to 8 pm. Drlvo-ln Window opon Monday thru Friday 2 to 5 pm; Saturday to
>>" : ; h" ( noon.

338 NW 14 St. 1 1JI .. w ,:.:" 6 t"4, Mombon F.d.rol Ro..rvo System and F.d.rol Popotlt Iniufonco Corporation

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 10, 1965 7

I Air Patrol Cadet Sauadron. Doing.., Good Job 'aIn

every community there ron of the Civio Air Patrol. Wherever' disaster strikes nationwide communications!

are some organizations who On 1st December, the Civil Civil Air patrol is in the vanguard network of 14,900 radio sta-
work earnestly and devotedly Air Patrol, official auxiliary of those bringin g succor tions has become a vital ele-
toward the betterment of com- of the United States Air Force and relief. Whether the disaster ment in Civil Defense planning
marked its 24'th anniversaryand be a roaring tornado or a for survival 1 and recovery in
life and
munity for the general
we take this opportunityto raging hurricane, a blizzard or the event of national disaster
welfare of their fellow citi- and its fleet of
a flood victimizing thousandsor 4,300 light air-
salute the members of the
I ({ S )I/ BY DAVE BONDU I IThe |I zens. They work without great local CAP units. just a lost hiker or hunteror craft is an integral! part of the
,. I fanfare and breast' thumpingand little child, no call for helpis nation's Civil Defense's recovery -
often, the good that they too small or too great for plans.
Classic is over and we wait another 51 weeks do is overlooked and taken for They belong to an organization volunteer band of dedicated Cadet members of Central|

for the next one. The parade was fabulous, the granted. In Miami, such an organization which has established a citizens.i Cooperating with Miami i often serve on ground
was good, and the rest of the game is the Central Miami proud and enviable record of emergency agencies at all lev- rescue teams,radio operations,
a public service to the nation els first-aid attendants field
from of government from the fed at
People Cadet and
ever' Squadron the
whichaway crowded the hotels and to the community and to the eral to the smallest townshipsand hospitals, flight-line atten-
nite spots Between John F. Kennedy Cadet SquadHlaleah -
Clyde Killens Bo Anderson with other civilian agencies
youth of America.Dr. dants, etc. on many of these
Jack Corbett and Milton Hardwick, there was entertainment such as American Red emergency missions.We .

galore. Booze flowed like water! and there was a Cross, CAP taday is an assetto complement CAP on its
big head on shoulders the community. Its trained 24th anniversary and say to all
many on Sunday morning. and competent pilots stand the members of the local units
And speaking of Sunday After the balling was ,Club Sued ready to fly search and rescue that we are proud to have CAPin

over and the Sandman caught up to the ballers, the missions on instant notice, its our community.
streets and homes and hotels and bars -
were as if the
Pied Piper had come and gone. Another Orange Blos- for Refusing ServiceJoyce m--ejfL
som Classic is now history and we all sit back and

wait for the next one. A question was raised about BLACK & WHITE AND COLOR.
the football teams playing. Since integration of the Bradshaw, 21, is su- John 0. Brown said ij
school system and white schools ing Miles Whigham, owner of that he was given an application -
playing with
Miles Private Club, Inc., at form and was refused ser VET/ TV
Negro schools it is
possible that FAMU will invite 325 E. 25th St., Hialeah, for vice.
the white contender college to play in the next .
Orange refusing her
service in his Attorney Drake contendedthat :
Blossom Classic, or will FAMU play the part of a segregationist restaurant because of her race. Miles was using the mem- 379-7735 ::
? I do this bership device as ,
hope gets to the proper ears. It is the first "private a screen
Needless to say-let's all hope next year's O.B.C. club" lawsuit under the 1964 contrary to the Civil Rights

will be as great as this one was. Civil Rights Act, and a bearing Act of 1964. 84$ N.W. 2ND AVENUE
The case is to resume Fri
******************** was held Wednesday before day.
Judge William 0. Mehrtens in
With Xmas starring you in the face, and jobs are U. S. District Court without a

just waiting for someone to come along and lust take jury. '

them. At our EOPI office at 2741 NW 49th St.:, I've got The white witnesses 2 Great Bands
more jobs than I know what to do with. Most of the they had no trouble whatsoever

jobs are for men. Those of you who are women read obtaining "membership" cards .

ing this column, whose husband or boyfriend or brother for "10 cents for 99 years," DON'T MISS THIS
AT 500
tell you "there ain't no jobs to be had" just send him and they were served promptly EXCITING FUNC CLUB,

down 'to any one of the EOPI offices located in your Dan Chappell, the defense
area. lawyer argued "that black and
white is not an issue at all.
Here is a note to young men, ages 19 to 26: The "About 90 per cent of the '
f :
city of Miami needs young men. The young fellows business is from families," a j/ '

from 19 to 21 can go to police Cadet School, and be he said. The owners instigateda Frank IT'S
t .
paid while they learn. The requirements are a high membership regulation "be- ; ; "SENSATIONAL "
cause drunks, whores, pimps, : G')
school education and having a clean record (does not o "

include traffic violations). City Manager M. L. Reese and other in the disreputable neighborhood characters 'f GUEST STARS :
has been on my neck about getting some men on the trying to make it headquarters. ... DuBOIS'E"I GALORENIGHTLY pa

force. Any of you fellows interested contact me at ." < and his .: '"
2741 NW 49th St. Economic Opportunity Program office, Robert M. Brake and Tobias '

and I'll help pave the way for you. Simon, attorneys for the plain- :.:!.A _':.____ (i:< ;'.& Chicken Scratchers?< : ': ,.0 W
tiff, put seven witnesses nn ) .
******************** I a
the stand. Miss Bradshaw testified -
QUICK QUOTE.DEPT. Today is my birth- she was given a member- \'' ADDED ATTRACTIONS f

day, and I am spending it on the golf course at the ship application when she I N qfv Loa

Lucayan Country Club in Freeport, Grand Bahama. went to the restaurant on ,,

And tonight I'll have dinner with Mayme and Phyllis informed March 17 and the that she was rnACAMERON11

Branch, at a place called Mitch's Steak House. They "would let me know.management" ON MONDAY NIGHT AMATEUR
have the best baby back ribs in the whole Bahama CASH PRIZES

islands. After dinner, I'll have a ringside table at SON THURSDAY NIGHT LADIES NIGHT BEAUTIFUL GIFTS

Mayme's Club, the Pirates Den, located in the plushall LONGHORN!
new Oceanus Hotel, and I'll be diggin' the world's ON SUNDAY NIGHT TWILIGHT SESSION STARTING 8 P.M.

greatest female vocalist, Miss Phyllis Branch. Then CONTINUOUS
my birthday will have been completed at least for the ,. ., ..

time being Mildred Hodges, better known as BigM
has added another first. She is the first Negro hos- THE IDEAL SCHOOL FOR NW 36 St. at 27 Ave

tess employed by Juniors on Miami Beach at 30th and -

To all my friends and everybody that know me: 2380 West Flogl.r Street

Send me a post card with just your name, c/o Miami Colt for information and for r

Times, 6740 NW 15th Ave., and I'll have a Xmas sur- brochure 443.9741 4444637
prise for you. ..

******************** Morning Clones: .
I 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT Walter Dennis, Evening Classes ." .
7 to 10
better known as. Palsey, and Delores Cuffee, better
known as "Dee" were married last Tuesday. Best of CLASSES .

luck to both of you. .

After opening the Pirates Den in Freeport, dyna- .. .. ,. .

mic, soul-moving Jeff Addams is to return for an inde- / .

finite period, starting Dec. 17. Jeff's unusual voice SEWING MACHINE \ Look

has been called the most pleasing sound an ear could REPAIR SPECIALS i. Absolutely

listen to. The Dave Akins Iris will join Jeff Addamson S ned and oiled J. : 'r -::- Glowing. .
the 20th of Dec. for the four to 12-week stint at Adjust all tensions J 'ir' : in T.ory's new holifaihionv { ,

some nitery. Check motor and ControlS ,._,___1 c... I They couldn't
Congrats to ex-Sgt. Leroy Smith. He is now Lt. Check all wiring ATM, % f c"' %i ,+ .." -. lilYI' arrived on the
S # erne .lit
o i more
Smith, the first Negro to get this post in the city of Change needleChange'b-lt i/ tu Miami Police Department. Annie Campbell is now * Work done in your home. '% e .
and you'll need
employed at the Lincoln National Bank. She formerlywas Total cost '. . ..$3. holiday fa at the Carver Branch of the YMCA. Beautifuland the*?' to tarry ynu
All work '
shapely Cora Kinsey is the new receptionist at ,. c ? through the evenings:
Domestic Sewing Center P.- .head..
the Brownsville EOPI center.If ,
y'all had gotten out to vote on the last election CALL 634-6242 : ,r?.' c2.,,, t (Ilhutmted: )

day, and not worry about losing a day's pay- 'r' Freeing regal plumapc the ncik
have been different. But because '
things might you "
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING line urvcd forimpression
were lax in getting to the polls you have slashed your gala : *.
At Reasonable
own throat by not getting Athalie Range on that City Prices : 39.99
Quality it our trade mark
Commission seat. Needless to say, best of luck to r :
Irwin Christie. We wish him j1
well.PRETTY Shoe Craft expert to recover'your
shoes with tjie fabric of
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Arthur King, EOPI of your dress. ;dyeing of __...
WEEK : Bernice Stevens MUSICIAN OF THE leather ahd fabric shoes tZi $ i' : -)

(Chennel) WEEK: Freddie Scott, drums HEELS HALF SOLES

Till next week, live life every golden minute of it. WHOLE SOLES ,: z ; G;
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WHAT: IS LONGHORN? .: (Opposite Lincoln' Nat'l Bank)
< ,'. .;. ... .,... '..: .'J> '_ AL WILLIAMS. OWNER 6112. NW 7th AVENUE EDISON CENTER OPEN WHY EVENING

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Friendliest Bar In
"A Nice Place for Nice'

Whew! What a week! Fun and work!) Our friends celebrated e 1t.'QD7N// !. i
the Classic all week with us. We enjoyed meeting so
many new friends. Hope to see all of you again real soon. '

Thanks, Billy, for bringing Hubert Cralgg in to see us.
Hubert Is a prison Instructor from Nassau. He's having a
month's vacation and promised to visit us often during his i
stay in the states. I've promised myself a vacation In Nassau L "i .
in the Spring. I'm keeping r"/ fingers crossed and hopeto
make It. Jimmy Williams (Dr. Soul) dug the scene here .4' 1'I"- /t1 k
last week. Jimmy sings at the Continental Club. Say helloto : .t
him when you visit the Continental.So A
t. :
many nice, nice people In this week. Hello from all .
of us to Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Robinson, Vince Edwards, Geneva '.l ; ,
Hall, Ruby, LeRoy Nolan, Charles, Roger Louis, Ro- tI4.
bert Thomas, Bernice Johnson, Voter Rodgers, Ruth Brown, _
Sylvia, Sidney Crews, George and B.rt, Liz, Florence, Joyce, .. ...r..M .=... .!. -e. .ima-.- ,.,.4-.... -- '
all of Iva's brothers and sisters, Finley and to all the other
top cats and their kittens. More than 200 families were made happy with Gene Williams, Constable John Gilbert and Commis-

turkey and all the trimmings by the CommunityWideCitizens sioner Dave Kennedy.
Everyone is talking about our good good barbecue ribs. Committee, Charles Hadley, chairman, on Shown left to right front row are: F. .Hadley, 'Mrs
Papa Foots and Bill have our outside barbecue pit really
smoking on Friday and Saturday nights. Every night Is bar Thanksgiving Day. Viva Coleman served as cochairman M. Henry, Mrs. E. Spencer, Little Miss Hardy, Little
becue night at the Note. So come make the set-nice place, and Fletcher Paschal was coordinator.The Miss Spencer, Mrs. A. Gary, Lewis Blake, Charles
cold cold beer and wines, delicious barbecue, pretty barbecue baskets were made possible by friends of Hadley, Mrs. V. Coleman, Viva Coleman, Sheriff T. A.

pretty barmaids, courteous service. the committee: Congressman Claude Pepper, Sheriff T. Buchanan, Mrs. A. McCoy, Metro Judge Art McGinnis.

Love and kisses to all of you from Foots, Bill, Louise, A. Buchanan, George Milhet, Judge Frances Knuck, Second row left to right: Wimberly, James Bowman,
Iva, Mary, Betty, Jerome, Sugar, Buddy and Chubby. Look Public Defender Robert Poppell, Judge Art McGinnis, Ike Withers, Director of DCPW Youth Home, Wilson,
for me next week In the Times. I'll see this week In the
you Director DCPW Knuck
Note. ELINOR The Miami Times, School Board Member Jack Gordon, James Furjon, Asst. Judge ,
Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, Cleveland Turner, Public Defender Robert Popell,

Rep. Louis Wolfson, Wometco Enterprises, Judge Fletcher Paschal and Ray Goode.ONGHORN.

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the individual or the 1

:WHITE $9 ,95 GAL. .' organization an appropriate that is Christmas stymiedfor 1 1ORIVE

r COLORS TA (ONE WEEK)' ': charity, the Carver Branch
YMCA will offer an opportunity -
cif r 4339 NW 7th Ave. for them to light the Yule ih THEATRE
Log in some happy youngster'slife.

10088 NW 27th Ave. J The. Membership committee TONIGHT THRU TUES

ilihIBfllileiimnnnniillnunnniln0illaiuiunuilamiuullll"' j under the leadership of Leon
Earles is establishing a Yule
-- Log Donor list. A three dollar
The Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Butterworth of Reevey- THE WONDER MAN OF GOD IS BACK. donation will buy completelya

_. town, N. J., AME Zion Church, were guests of Mr. and one year membership in the : ua
Mrs. Thomas O. Leid of 5707 NW 31st Avenue, who Carver YMCA for some deserv- A
were members of Rev. Butterworth's church to six ing named or un-named under
up !
the age of 15. Contributionswill
years before coming to Miami. ] [:d I be accepted; in any amount

.. over $1.00 in this scholarship
-------------1 membership fund. Names of all
I v donors, of individuals or organizations -
I I IL will be displayedon EDO BYRNES
the Yule Log and all recipients -
I BRING RESULTS will have their cards in CHRIS NOEL
time for Christmas. Give the

I L-J ___ gift year that this Christmas.lasts through Give the a tniRIOHTIOUS TM< FOUR SEASONS iROS.

youngster YMCA Membership. HONDmS'WUKlViROS.THE ..
: >A>a>a >a m sa>ase>a>K>ulu
The man with prayer who can move your stumbling SUCCESSThe
blocks. And folks you've never heard a man who 10th Annual Musical SUPREMES
speaks the truth like this man. This man is not a Soiree, sponsored by the Car-
fortune teller. He is not a palm reader. He is not a ver Branch YMCA presentedthe rrnKYtYtrtYtYtrtYtrtwwwrsrrww+'+W wys.
Miami public a high cali-
root man either. He is God
just a sent man waking
bre program last Sunday. The .
I through the scripture of God's Holy Bible. Come nite program consultant, Linton
or day. No hour is too late. Call him now at Tel: Berrien, presented some out- t
751-3978 or drive by 827 NW 48th St., Miami. Remember standing talent. Appearing on
it cost you nothing to talk to this wonder man the program were: Flute solos,
Which REV. SHEPHERD BOEGATERS. Timothy Savage, Baritone solos
merrier .
cast a Timmy Terry; violin solos
John Dillard,piano solos. Miss
glow 18th Marsha McIver; soprano solo,
over an - --
century < Miss Nina Tepedine; tenor solos
- -
---l Baldwin Hepburn; trumpet
English Christmas : solos, Earl Finley; choral
selections, Mrs. Mabel Glover

r The Yule Logor I FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE I II chorus.and Booker T. Washington

The arrangement committee
Gordon's? composed of Miss Helen Dor- .
I JOHNSON I sett, Arlington Sands and Mrs.
Jefford Smith and Mrs. Amos
Fludd served in a very prettytea
rllIn OF MIAMI following the program. The
While Yule Logs warmed I .1 auditorium was tastifully dec-
fireplaces, Gordon's warmed orated with crisp blue curtains
friendships. Such a brilliant, a I properly spaced palms and
cheering gin. The Englishhave h DINNERS PARTIES WEDDINGS center pieces for the two refreshment -
been devoted to it for I BABY PICTURES A SPECIALTY white and blue YMCA and the colors'red .

195 Christmases.The 196th The tea sandwiches and cake DANA ANDREWS
coming up. It's still EngGORDOH I were also in the YMCA colorsto
land's biggest-seller. Amer- match the bowls of red
ica's too. In I fact, the whole 4 I 'ID' frappe.' One hundred guests
joyful world's. This ChristDiST IONDONDRT u.D 51 SCHOOL PICTURES I were TENNIS in attendance.CLASS

mas, join the world-wide GIN 2 FOR 50 Second call for persons between -
festivities. Keep spirits high .''WN/INYO N.N/NNLSI N..1:r N. I. the ages of 12 and 14
with Gordon's. And don't _...._,_ f I
who want to learn to play ten- /i 2
forget New Year's. It's an .f nis from a professional. Reg-
inspiring accompaniment to istrations are bein g acceptedon
"Auld Lang Syne." I 1186 NW 38th St. I basis.the first Commissioner come, first Kennedyis served

ready to start the class as
635-4748 soon as ten are registered.The .
1 J first class is sche: Died
1IIrOJ.J for Saturday, Dec. 18. Sign up TOWN TAMER


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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Fri4ay, De ember 10, 1965I

Take your problems to enure

millions teave them IherelHatther

Bishop Makes AttE Aaoointments .

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i At the 75th Annual Sessionof Rev. L. Holmes, Greater Mt. Rev. Leroy Washington. lIermon, Opa-locka, Rev. S. L.

1 Conference the South Florida Annual Zion, Homestead, Rev. W. H. North Miami' District: The Gay, host of the' 74th session; I It
of the Eleventh Zanders; Hurst Chapel, Per- Rev. J. A. Roberst, host presiding Mt. Zion, Opa-locka, Rev. Mil I
Episcoapl District of the AME rine, Rev. W. J. Allen; Martin elder of the 196 -1965, ton Fayson; Metropolitan, Miami
BAHA'I FAITH OF MIAMI Church, Bishop E. C. Hatcher Memorial, Richmond Heights. 1966 annual session of the Rev. J. J. Williams; Mt. t WILSON
made the CHURCH
The Baha'is of North Dade appointments following pastorial Rev. R. H. Johnson; St. John, Soutg Florida Annual Confer Zion, Miami, Rev. L. R.

will observe Human Rights Miami or St. Paul, South Miami, ence.St. Paul Brown; Mt. Zion, West hollywood .
Day Miami District Rev. Rev. J. R. Rev. T. C. Rev. W. C. grant; AI-
Sunday, Dec. 12, with a : F. A. Campbell; Bethel, Kelley, host for the
program to be held at the North 1 Allen, presiding elder. Hialeah, Rev. Henry Evans; sion) Mt. 1966 sea ten Chapel Miami, Rev F. D. 2241 NW 49th Street
; Herman
Dade Fellowship of the Uni- Greater Bethel, Miami, Rev. St. Paul, Marathon, Rev. Hester derdale Rev. Fort Lau Wright; Mt. Pleasant, Hollywood Rev. Wilson, pastor

tarian Church, 16800 NW 22nd Sylvester A. Cousin; St. Paul, Smith; St. Luke, Rev. W. (builder,, host of F. E. Sneed Rev. J. M. Aikens: Mrs. Iva Smith, reporter
Ave. at 2:30 p.m. Coconut Grove, Rev. T. E. C. Curry; St. Stephens: Rev. anon) St. the 75th Ses- Gibbs Chapel, North Holly The Liberty Choir Union

Mrs. Allyne Guinyard, librarian Wright; Bethel, Key West, Rev. A. Gallon; Allen Chapel, Rev. J. B.; Blacknell James,Ward's Miami Rev. wood, Rev. A. J. Beard; St. will convene at the above

at Holmes Elementary B. L. Davis; Bethel Goulds. Luther Lee: Leroy's Mission. Rev. G. M. Champion, Chapel St. James, Ft. Lauderdale, address on Sunday.. Dec. 12
School ; Mt. Rev. Richard
will speak Thiepen.
on "Work-
at 3 p.m. with the choral
ing Together For Human FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST group as host. Everyone is in

Rights." The public is invitedto fFiorida AME MT. CARMEL BAPTIST vited. The choirs of the Unionare
attend. Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor Laymen bt planning a great programfor

Ruby Lee Csrr, reporter 225 NW 14th Terrace your enjoyment. This is

ZION HOPE BAPTIST Sunday services were won- Hold ARNVO! M"lillk4s" .' < Rev. D. A, Bradley, pastor the last union fo the year.

I Service was spiritually high derful all day with our pastor > : 'i", Louise .Me Griff. rennrtr r The president, Deacon D. W.
all preaching out of his soul. *" n -.1' The Lord has truly I blessed Smith; vice president
day last Sunday. Our pastor By Bcrnice S. Henderson" out actions. 'Too much" caretherefore Mrs.
preached out of his soul. Tuesday Dec 14 ar 8 p.m. Ft. Lauderdale The South l cannot be taken in and brought us from 'a mighty Rose Canada and the entire
The superintendent of the, St. Paul and congregation will Florida AME LaymenEleventh forming our principles. lie long way and has spared us to union at large wish to thank

I Sunday School is urging all be here in behalf tof the Male Episcopal District, Held their spoke of equal opportunities see the last first Sunday i in their many friends for their

parents to please send your ChoriB > with Rev. T. C. Kelley annual meeting Saturday, Nov. being offered our youth, but the year. aupport. They will also like to
children to Sunday School on preaching and on Dec. 17 27 during the 75th session of preparedness is a prerequisiteto 'Ve had a wonderful time all thank the various churches for
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and 19 the Male Chorus will the South Florida Annual Con- these. lie emphasized day Sunday. The choirs sang their cooperation.;

Don't forget to pray for the have its anniversary. The fefence at Mt. Hermon AME growth in character. .Actions out of their souls and the pastor -

sick, shutins and bereaved -president. Deacon A. Blakelyand hurch with the ,R. Rev. E. looks, words, steps, form the preacnea stirring messages During this Christmas sea
family. members extend a cordial C. Hatcher, presiding bishop; alphabet by which you may son let it teach us anew the
invitation at this time. Mrs. Irene L. We had a
Taylor, confer- spell character. Everyone was successful Wo- greatness of Christ's
We wish redemption
visitors to say to all our Our get well wishes are ex ence lay president; Rev. J. A. loud in praise for this renowned man's Day. We were blessed Let it also remind
that us
welcome they are always tended to all of our sick: Sis. Roberts, presiding elder and gentleman. It isn't to reaise $1,859.50. We thank that he calls all men and seals
to worship with us Josephine Carr in Cedars Rev. F. E. Sneed the'Lord for
and please of host pastor. often that our race can find a it. Remember the them by His blood in the one
The come again. Lebanon; Sis. Leola Rogers in Promptly at 2 p.m., E J. character like Mr. Davis, one sick and shutins in your pray cobenant of fellowship to be
pastor asking all 'Jackson and Bro. Robert Lowery White conference chairman, on which we can thoroughly ers. the
members to please attend one people of God from
in Magnolia. opened the Session depend. hich know
waft a fer-' we to be the
-- beginning of the
weekly meetings. ages until
Our deepest sympathy is vent devotion. based on principle and on the
extended 1 to Rev. Nathan Mrs Taylor, in well chosen fear of God. CHURCH OF CHRIST the end of time. Amen.

TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH Streeter in the loss of his words, presented Bishop Hat (SCIENTIST),

Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor uncle in Shillman, Ga. and to cher. The bishop expressed Other dignataries visitingwere
Sis. Elizabeth Doughtery in his appreciation to the laymen Mrs. Davis, mother of "He tha i'dwelleth in the ST. AGNES CHURCHThe
The Missionary Society, the loss for their Mrs. Taylor Felix secret place of the
of her niece in Tam- cooperative* support N. White, most High Calendar Tea by the
Mrs. Florence Hepburn, presi and servi f>fl to him and__._ the.___' state lay president: F. J. McIntosh shall abide under the shadowof church
dent will celebrate its anni pa.ST. first lady, Mrs. Hatcher.un He executive vice, and the Almighty" This verse was quite on Sunday a success., Nov. The 21,

versary with a program Sundayat JAMES AME CHURCH called in all the elders and Miss Isa M. Hunter, state recording from the 91st Psalm will open amount raised was $3,550.

has 3:30:been p.m. A spicy program Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor ministers and admonished them: secretary. All !Rave the Bible Lesson-Dermon this First prize went to Mrs.
casion. prepared for the oc- Bert Cooper, reporterAll to work with the laymen in the expressions of praise for the Sunday at all Christian Sci Mildred Johnson, second to
Friends are invited. members of the Hospi expansion of the lay programs. work being done by the South ence Churches. The subject Mrs. Lena Heastie and thirdto
The senior ushers' board tality Club are reminded of The bishop led in lifting a Florida Laymen. will be "God The Presence of Mrs. Nettie Bethel

will the sponsor a tea at the homeof the monthly meeting ThursdayDec. 1 liberal offering of $107 for the Following this session Man." We are indebtel (to the Rev.

presidentDeacon Alfred 9 at 8 p.m. in the parish laymen. Bishop and Mrs. Hat- Bishop and Mrs. Hatcher invited The readings from the Bible Ira McCall for the help over
Dean, Sunday at 3 p.m. An hall. Please attend. Mrs. Mir, cher were honored for their the lay officers, the presiding and the Christian Science -the air waves. Our rector, Fr.'
interesting program is anticipated iam Martin, president.The generosity and superb leader- elcers, their wives and textbook will explore somo'of Sands and the committee are
February-ites will ership sine becoming the presiding all visitors to be their guestsat the ways in which the "secret well please, and appreciatewhat
Mrs. Susan Hepburn, presi- meet at the ho>; e of Mr. and i prelate of Florida. a* lovely dinner given in-place" is discovered by man. was accomplished.
dent of the deaconess' board, Mrs. Willie Nicholson at 8 Highlighting the assembly then honor by the membership 'Services are held at 11 a.m. The committee: Mrs. Veronica -

was present Sunday morning to p.m. Mrs. Nicholson is askingall was the keynote address delivered of Ward Chapel, Hallandale Sundays and 8 p.m. Wednes- Bynoe, Mrs. Marjorie Wake
the delight of the church fam- persons born in Februaryto by L. V. Favis, recently Rev. G. L. Champion, pastor days. and Shedrach Gilbert. '
ily. She has been confined to please meet with her. appointed Equal Opportunity Due to the lateness of the
her home for several moo the. "Your thoughtfulness and I Coordinator fof the state hour, Mrs. Taylor dispensedwith

Herout Also present and were Mrs. Jane kindness meant more than of Florida by Gov. Haydon all business and stated: Mt.
Mrs. Rose Light- words can say and this brings Burns. The conference was that it would be resumed and Women to

burn.The executive board of the everyone of you a word of highly honored with the presence concluded the fifth Sunday i in

Atlantic Coast Baptist Assoc thanks today!" That's th eon of Mr. Davis as he spoke January at Salters Chapel i in Present Moses
iation meets at Temple this method that the Rev. and Mrs. principles as the springs of Miami. PerryThe

Saturday at 10 a.m. for the Blacknell express their thanksto
of all who were so kind to SALTERS Business and Profes
purpose arranging the CHAPEL AME
for the forthcoming program an- them during Appreciation Night McGHANEY SPEAKS sional Women's Circle of Mt. r t.i .

nual meeting. All members are held recently when they received Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor Looking for the glorious Zion Baptist Church invite
urged to be present and on many tokens and gifts. Flossie Marshall, reporter appearing Titus 2:13.: you to an afternoon festivalof
time. Everyone was happy for the 'All true children of God a E fashions and music, Sun-
return of our pastor and his looking for that blessed hooe day, Dec. 12, from 4 to 6 p.m.

SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST MINISTERS' :lovelyc wife to serve with us and the glorious appearing. In at Bonded Rental Agency, 4150

COUNCILThe for another year. Rev. Benson the early church it was probably NW 7th Ave. Guest speaker
Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor has planned a wonderful program -, the most common topic of for the occasion will be' Mr. i

Sis. C. M. Myles reporter Council held its week for the year which will I conversation.. It should be so Moses L. Perry YMCA World '
The Youth department will ly meeting Wednesday at 11 help in the growth of Salters today. Those who are looking Service Fraternal Secretary.
celebrate its annual Youth Day a. m. at the St. luke Baptist Chapel. for the appearin should proveit He brings with him a first-

Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. Hicks, Church. The devotion was led A Missionary meeting will in their prayers by living person account of pioneering
pastor of Welcome Baptist and by the chaplain, the Rev. W. be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at soberly, righteously and Godly YMCA work in Uganda. Mr. i
congregation of"Ojus will be O. Mundy. the home of Sister Willie in this present world. We can Perry arrived in Uganda in i

in charge of the service. The lesson for the week Thorpe. She is a shutin and accomplish this only with 1962, the same year this Afri I

There will be a pie sale was taught very interestingly) will enjoy your presence. All faith filled prayers every day. can nation gained its inde-
Saturday, Dec. 11 at the home by the instructor, the Rev. P. missionaries are asked to a! So until a later date if pendence. Like pioneer U sec
t of Sis. Woodson, 2136 NW W. Williams. tend. Sister Claudia Dixon is God's will, thanks fo reading cretaries the world ,over, Perry MOSES PERRY
75th St. Dr. Bellamy from Oklahoma the president. started with no buildings
and God bless all of you. no Moses, Jr.; and three daugh-
A dinner sale in behalf of was a visitor. lie is making a( iDon't forget the birth month equipment and no staff. Within ters, Mozella, Katherine and
'Men's Day will be held at the great contribution in race relations rally for each month. Sister GRACE PRESBYTERIAN"Behold a few months a temporary Shirley. This sharing of ex

home of Sis. C. Bryant, 1200 over the country. lieu i NW 63rd St. I stand at the been donated
ged the brethren in the center of
to work
together first that will
quarterly conference door and knock: If bring to reality the
On our sick list are Deacon with the Lord. lie was will be held any town and an active program
Friday night hear voice and true meaning of Missions
my the ,
Major Summersett at Jackson presented by Dr. Julius Ii. open started. Today, Jinja's YMCA
before door
the third Sunday. All I will come into' him, World Service and above all J
Hospital, room 1408 and Sis. Avery, an associate.Rev. boards and clubs serves as the center for comi ,
are to reoprt. and will with him. Christian
sup amd h
i I
Bird at home. Plan to visit and Thedford' Johnson,, munity activity. Make
pray for them and others. president; Kev. Harold Brown, GREATER NEW MACEDONIA me, Rev. 3:20. "This Mr. Perry brought to his a must on your calendar
P. R.MT.. cup is the New Testament in World Service assignment in (of events for Sunday afternoon -
Rev. Roscoe Jackson my blood; "This do December
pastor ye as oft Uganda, ten years experienceas 12.
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Willie J, Beard, reporter as ye drink it, in remembranceof Executive Secretary of the
Services on the last me; for as often as ye eat Carver
first Branch of the YMCA NEW PROVIDENCE
6895 NW 14th Avenue CALVARY BAPTIST Sunday in the year were ex this bread and drink this cup,> in Miami, Florida. He also BAPTIST

Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Rev. S. Aitchison, pastor tremely high all day. We have ye show the" Lord's death till served for a short time as Exe- Rev. C. J. Bumey, pastir
After the Sunday morning Constance Carter, been extremely blessed all lie come. I Cor. 112526. cutive Secretary with thee Sis. Claudia Wilson,
reporter reporter
service we will have a congregational Sunday will be the last day through the year and we are These foundation verses will lay th > YMCA in LexingtonKentucky. "Go therefore and make

meeting for the fo fthe juniors to perform their truly thankful to God that He for our combina- A native of Florida, Mr. Perry 'disciples of all nations bap
purpose of electing our church: duties this year. Let us come has brought us safe and together message. this Sunday was first introduced to the Y tizing them in the name of the

officers for the coming year, 'out and give them our hearty this far. morning.This as a youngster, and was active Father, Son and Holy Ghost."
and also to discuss any other support so that they may continue The pastor, both choirs and Sunday evening at 7 in Hi-Y, serving as State Baptism services Sunday in
we have
appropriate business.At to do the wo 1 of the both usher boards were in our monthly President. At Florida A and 'the morning services. All can
7 p.m. 'Sunday we will charge. The pastor's text was Christian education workshop, M University where he re- 'didates are asked to be
Lord.We which all members and present
have our Candlelight Communion urge you to rememberthe centered around the Crucifixion invited to attend.Condolences ceived his B.A. degree, he at 10 a.m. Bring a change
service for the season of i sick and shutins : in your of our Lord and Savior to the was also president of the Student .'of garment You are invited.
Lent. Let us keep the light of |prayers. May we also say a Jesus Christ. bereaved YMCA.
family the late
Christmas in our hearts, in word for those who are less Let us tarry one for the Mary Johnson whose funeralwas Mrs. Mr. Perry is married to the TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
prayer anc goodwill. I fortunate than ourselves. other. We may not be here this former Johnnie Lee Johnson.
time next held last Monday after- Their CHURCH SUNDAY
year. noon at Grace. are: a son, } .


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I THE'MIAMI; TIMES, Friday;; December 10, 1965 11 :;

t.; News From in and Around the BahamasDedicatory year-old robbery-murder David Moncur of Grover in the

,\ Y Eardley Moss on Sept. 11.
d services were coverv at 5:30: am. The elderly sister's hand as they walked The Crown dropped the attempted -
held at the new school when she was run murder charge
,, I. Transfiguration woman who lived with her son- from
.v Baptist Church, Sunday, in-law and daughter, Mr. and down by a scooter ridden by against him after it was stat-
..,d > r* NOT. 28. Promptly at 11 the Mrs. C. Stubbs, was missingfor Moss. ed that Coley did not know
""' robed choir took the stand and 4444444444 that Moncur had a gun and
a two days. A post mortem
h 1fr / His Excellency the Governor, showed that she died from a Leroy Coley was sentenced intended to use it. The
Sir Ralph Grey, and his party heart condition. to two years' imprisonment charges changed to breakingand
were escorted to the rostrum entering and stealing. It
4444444444 on Nov. 12 at the closing -
by Pastor C. II. Thompson and reported that 18-year-old
V two of his guest ministers.The 'Dr.Doris Johnson is doing, a session of the Supreme Coley was the fourth of a
_ one-hour service was term as lecturer at Southern Court. He was charged with family of 11 and could not
impressive and was attendedby University, Baton Rogue, La. being an accomplice of 17- read or write.When .
about 800 worshippers including *.. She has been invited to ad-
members of the House dress The Louisiana Education
of Assembly and Senate. The Association. Dr. Johnson
you buy .57 st. CBS Duplex
first lesson was read by Gov served as executive secretaryof Live free while buying
} ernor Grey; the second b* the the Jordan Memorial High your $450 down, FHA. 2 bed.
: J. ;l Rev. Enoch Backford; the message -, School in Nassau before accep- M room opt but. col Id.
: ;
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: I I was delivered by the ting the post at Southern. home, 1851 NW 91 St.
Rev. L. A. of Miami 4444444444
Thompson -
Fully furn. CBS. $11,500.
; and the dedicatory prayer Everette Pearce, 30yearold this ( \
h $350 down. FHM72 month
was offered by the Rev. S. of the Kennedy s
: __... ______ Sands. Street manager branch of the seal is 1.IJ ly. Oak floor, control heater .
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tile roof
ONGENIAL COWPOKES .E 11 a Fitzgerald and The church is an imposing Bank of Canada, was shot in & the Investor
structure on the corner of Mar- the head during a holdup at your i4r For
ordon McRae j join Dean for a musical tour of the
ket and bedroom 2 bath, $7,000
Vesey Streets. It hasa 2 ,
the bank die
Nov. 17. He
West "The Dean Martin Show" on best
merican on Thursday, seating capacity, includingthe each.
Dec. 16 in color (10-11 p.m. EST & PST; 9-10 p.m. balcony, of over 600, and that afternoon at Princess M-\!- 729 NW 47 Ter
Samuel James
the NBC Television Network. The threesome is modern in every appoint- garet assurance
) on
Thompson of Fresh Creek, 3 bedroom, CBS, $300 down,
,vill sing a medley of Western ballads, including "Red, ment.Others AndroS that tile roof,
comin from Floridato | is being held in con- lyouwon'tpoytoomuchFHA; Flo room,
iver Valley," Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie," participate in the occasionwere tion with the murder. Missing 2) you won't waste days looking at the oak floors. $81.44 month.

md "Tumbling Tumbleweed." the Rev. H. M. G. McDonald was $13,400. ''wrong" real estate; 3) you'll get ac- 4yj n" 4I St.
curate facts; 4) you'll get skilled, professional -
Thompson, 32-year-old car-
Rev. H. W. Moss who
pentar who lived in Nassau advice; 5) you'll **e property3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $10,50
preached the evening sernon that fits your needs and budget 6)i
chartered a plane for the 39- sources0''m' '/'ni"'mui1!
Mrs. A. Clark and Deacon you'll receive help In finding
CHOICE NW AREA George HepburnMrs. minute flight after the alleged of financing. As Realtors,we'rereadysidin9' J35 eoh FMA*
shooting. Thomas Williams, a to serve you. Call us any time. 6949 NW 6th Ct.
Dolly H. Butler, 78,
truck driver, gave I police the
HOME FOR SALE was found dead Friday morn- description of a man who had HOMES FOR CBS Beauty, $11,500. No
ing, Nov. 26 on East Street flagged him down and tipped CHRISTMAS qualifying or closing costs
South between the Cutting and extra large lot. Will paint
him to take him to an oil stat -
TIRED BEING A TAXI? color scheme.
to buyer's
1351 N.W. 88 Street Fountain of Youth. Samuel t tion "just up the street." Fol-

of Soldier Road made the dis- lowing the clue, the police 141 NW 50 St. Put your money to work.
flew to Fresh Creek and arrested Across street from Shadow- 3 bedroom home plus 3 In-

3 large bedrooms, 2 vanity baths, wall to A WARNING MESSAGE Thompson. He was lawn School and around corcome units. 12000.
from Junior and High
charged with the murder and ner HANDY MAN SPECIAL
wall carpet, modem built-in kitchen, large re- with having an unlicensed gun school.
7013 NW 6th Avenue
; ; in his possession. Prelimi

frigerator, air conditioner, fenced yard & fl: : nary hearing is set for Dec. 21. 10 Exceptional room, 2ft both custom-built, CBS, residence $5900 1H baths.total.Large 3 lot.bedrooms.

patio, on beautiful i l lake. Full price only 444444444444 tor tolKs who wantto
Eugene Moss, 24, was fined entertain In style.
$21,500 FHA. $14,000 down. Shown by ap- $420 in the Magistrate's Courton Chas.S.FontanoREALTOR

Nov. 18 for the killing of a
pointment only. Call now to see. six-year-old school girl, Rhon- FOR THE INVESTOR Licensed Since 1937
1460 NW 41 St.
da McPhee in the course of
r y dangerous driving on August 2 bedroom, 2 baths, large 6016 N.W. 7TH AVENUErooms.

E. HARRY DENNY REALTOR I 28. The child was holding her $7,000 cash. 751-7511-Evei 751.7111

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 10. 1965

Murlinda Jane Lee of 1020
Allen of Levi Stephens, 7698 NW
Arementha Mae
I NW 2nd Ave. apt. 10, died at
CARDS MEMORIALSDEATHS 6230 NW 14th Court passed at 17th Place, died Noy. 19. Ser home Dec. 5. The remains will
Allen vices were conducted from the
home on Dec. 2. Mrs. be Arlington
shipped to
Liberty City chapel Friday.
was a pioneer Miamian having Friday for final rites.
come from Nassau, Bahamas Survivors are wife, Annie,
CARD OF THAHKS CARD OF THANKS( IN MEMORIAMIn many years ago. She is sur- three and 13 sons grandchildren., a sister, a brother Mrs. Sybil Murphy of 2120
I vived by two sons, James A.
NW 71st St. died Dec. 6. She
We. the family of the late Servant of God well done, loving memory of our Porter and George H. Allen is survived by a son, Shephard
dear mother and sister, two daughters, Dorothy Whitt Mrs. Vivian Wooden. 791
Rest from thy love employ Hudson, a step-son, Samuel
and Ernestine 'Davis; three NW 55th Terr died Nov. 24.
The battle fought, the victorywon. Services held Murphy, a sister, Mrs. Viola
sisters Elizabeth Clark Nat- were Monday
I from the Glass. Services will be heldin
Liberty City chapel.
Enter thy Master's joy. thalie Johnson and Faustina Survivors the chapel Saturday at 2 p.m
The family of the late, I Lloyd; 11 grandchildren; 11 are husband, John,

Ps ." _._.u. ._. 'great-grandchildren several six sons, four daughters, five
t r brothers. Arthur Butler of 1058 NW
'jsRJ nieces nephews and other 50th Ct. died Dec. 7. Survivors -
.c' r relatives.I Services were heldat ----
'.' of include his wife, Opheliaand
John Henry Jossie, 240 NW
the Mt. Zion Baptist Church
a brother Charles Butler.
.. died Nov. ,
Thursday at 3:30 p.m. 21st St., apt. 19,
Ar 25. Services were conducted

John Henry Jackson, 2941 Tuesday from the Liberty City CARD OF THANKS

i f NW 69th St., died Friday, Dec. chapel. Survivors are wife,

; 3. He is survived by his wife, Elease, two daughters, two The family of
brothers two sisters grandmother MRS. FLORA THOMPSON
I ,.. I Eloise; two sons, Albet and
three stepdaughters. gratefully acknowledge and
: : J, .f John Henry Jr., a daughter,
.t thank the
Range Funeral Home
: .. Gussie Mae, a brother, William -
EDITH M. INGRAHAM \c Jackson many nieces and i Charles Henry Sapp, 1515 and friends and neighbors for
who departed this life Novem- : \l"" f '. '. : nephews. Services were heldon NW 62nd St., died Nov. 25. Re- your kind expressions of sympathy

ber 9, wish to express our ,. ....: ',y in the mains were sent to Midway, during their bereavement -
., i Wednesday at 2 p.m.
heartfelt thanks to our many ) yq' ; ... p + 2k chapel. I'Ga. for final rites. Survivors .

friends and neighbors for the 1\ "-;.' i."r" .;; .,;. ---- are wife, five children, mother The Family

beautiful flowers, cards, tele- r< !;: Albert Thompson of 2525 and cousins
'.. ,, 'hPllMR.
grams and donations duringour i." to -
NW 159th St., died Dec. 2. He
bereavement. ELLIOTT DRAKE is survived by three brothers, RubinHarris, 2120 AH Baba DTS. OF CHARITY CANDLELIGHT

Special( thanks to our pastor -'1 who passed away November LILLIAN E. JOHNSONwho Louis Thompson, A. C. Ave. died Nov. 27. Durvivors

the Rev. H. V. Stuart, who 14, 1965, wish to thank our departed tthis life Decem- Thompson and Lonnie Ingra,!are wife, Rosetta, a daughter, SERVICEThe

delivered the eulogy that was many friends tor so many kind in '',seven grandchildren, three
ber 13, 1961. May she rest ham two sisters, Ann P. Tay Daughters of CharityNo.
most consoling to us; also acts in our hours of sorrow. peace. lor and Mary Crawford; two stepdaughters, a stepson. Services 17 and Joshua Lodge No.

thanks to the officers and Special thanks to the neigh- Mrs. Delia B. Carey step-sons, Cleveland and were heb"Thursday( from 1 of Universal Masonic Broth-

members of St. Mary's W. M. bors of NW 22nd Lane; Mr. and And Family George Smith. Services will be the Opa-locka chapel. erhood is sponsoring their an
Church for their donations. Mrs. R. D. Hollowell, Mr. F. -----
at the Greater Bethel
Thanks the choir and A. Graves, Mrs. R. T. Anderson Lonnie Boles 4621 SW nual Candle Light Service on
to the Francis Funeral Home Baptist Church Saturday, Dec. Dec. 12 at 4 p.m. at Jordan
Mrs. J. Jorgensen, Mrs. 27th St., West Hollywood,
CARD OF THANKS 11 at 1 p.m. He will be in repose Grove Baptist Church, 5946
for their excellent service Ruth Hysmith, Mr. James Nov. 27. Services Saturday 2
at the church beginningat NW 12th Ave., Rev. C. H.
May God bless you. Paul, Mrs. Willie Powell, Rev. p.m. from the Christian Com-
Mrs. Ida Ingraham, mother and Mrs. Solomom, Rev. and I The family and friends of 8 a.m. Saturday. munity Temple. Survivors are Smith, pastor. The public is
And FamilyIN and Mrs. W. E. Sims, Young the late Infant Clara Yvonne Ander- wife, Fannie, three sons, Er- invited.liams, W.M.Sis.. Bro.Madeline Cleveland Wil-

Women of New Hope M. B. skine Elijah Lonnie Jr. a
: son of 5300 NW26th Ave., apt. RobinsonW. M.
Church Union Grove Baptist daughter, Miss Mary Paulette
26 died Dec. 4. She was the
MEMO AM Church of Hendersonville, N. :I. ji ..' two month old daughter of Wal Boles, a brother, Amos Boles,

C., Young Women Young Matrons .. ter and Yvonne Anderson. Survivors a niece, 19 grandchildren, six NEW MT. MORiAH BAPTIST

In sad but loving memory of Home Mission, choir, .' c\ stepchildren Mr. Boles is a

our dear wife, mother, grandmother and curt pastor, Rev. J. E. ..j, .: ": i ... P. 'I ,. are, Mr.her and parents Mrs., 'George grandparents relative to one of Miami's old 6700 NW 14th Avenue
'' .
and great-grandmother, Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Walter \ 'i .i/.ifi. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Jona- pioneer family. Rev. A. L. Shipp pastor
: '
t.\ .: .
Allman, Mr. and Mrs. Gengle ....,' .1...,. .... ..:. The No. 1 choir is havinga
,: ... than Simmons sister and
r Brewster, "'. and Mrs. James .,., .:... ...:..:;'". .':" ,; a Infant girl Oxford daughterof musical program Friday,
brother. Services held
Pilgrim, Mrs. Myrle Thompson ; were on and Mrs. Early James Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. All membersand
} ; # ; mr.
ij i\ in the
the Bertha Davis family. 'i\t. .. ,. ..'.... : ". Tuesday chapel. Oxford. Graveside services on friends are urged '!to come
.... ,. ;'::... .. !: out and let's have time
,, .. .. ",.../:":. ., '.. a good
Mrs Julia Carr Drake wife Tuesday at Evergreen.
Mrs. Mary Ali Johnson of
", .. ce in the name of the Lord. Also

xT And FamilyIN :; "...., 2176 NW 51st St. died at home survived by his widow, Mad e, No. 3 choir is having a program

6 Dec. 5. Survivors are a father, Sunday afternoon at 3
iY a daughter, Almatha, two sis-
1 MEMORIAM Jim Johnson, mother, Myma L. ters Beaulah Hall and Flora p.m.

Johnson five brothers and Remember the sick and
.... Thomas, a brother.Eddie Huff.
II P seven sisters. Services will shutins in your prayers because -

t be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Arrangements are incomplete. you don't know whenwe

in the chapel. will ne next.
t I Lee Deliford of 1631 NW
n L R -----
154th St. died Dec. '7. He is
Mrs. Evelyn Angelina Miller
SISTER MARIE JOHNSONwho survived bv his widow, Naomi t w.__
of 1859 NW 59th St. died
N departed this life on November Dec. 5. She is survived by her three daughters, Sharon, Con-

13 at 11:51 p.m. in the husband Nathaniel two stance and Margo, his parents, TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO

Jackson Memorial Hospital daughters, Mrs. Iva Dell Hep- Mr. and Mrs. Junior Deliford. CHURCH SUNDAY

wish to express our appreciation ''burn and Mrs. Julia Wright six Services at First Faith Ca-

to the pastor, officers brothers, Levi lfredJoseph"Nathaniel thedral at a time to announced. .
I and all the members of the
Phillip and the
church which she served as
1. Rev. Edmond Monroe 17 I
u president of the Willing Work-
/ grand children three great-
ers Club until the end. grand children. Services will Ufaroitt .rmortal
MRS. ETHEL THOMPSONwho Special thanks to the 'ark
be held Saturday at the New'
Workers of Provi-
Willing New
departed this life Decem- Bethel Baptist Church HAS Preinterment
at 3:30 of
dence Baptist Church for many : plots 8 grave spaces or less
ber 11, 1962. May she rest in
peace. J deeds of kindness and to all p.m. ALSO Immediate. I single grave space interment

f' Willing Workers of the city to Boxes and voultj
The Thompson Family Louis permitted
Solomon of 526 NW
all her friends and neighbors
'li and churches and clubs for 5th Ave. died at the Southern Gates open 7 days for your convenience

beautiful flowers, cards and Convalescent Home Dec. 6. 3001 NW 46TH STREET NE 4-4197
.. ''He is
IN MEMORMM by his wife
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telegrams, and all deeds'of E. Johnson Manage Horn phenol OX 19199
Luella; a son, Louis Jr., a
In memory of our dear mother Special thanks to Sister daughter Hilda Holden and
I grandmother and sister, Four years have passed dear three step children. Services
Jessie whc stood
Charlie since God has called will be held Dec. 10 at 4 p.m.

you home to live with him in close by and helped me carry at the Church of Christ. j r'
out the request of Sister Johnson -
Heaven around the snow white -----------
; also her next door neigh-
throne. Abraham Bartholomew Dan- w.

Sadly missed by your mother bor, Mrs. Williams. dy of 2323 NW 52nd St. died :

Mrs. Laura Wilson Many thanks to the Range Dec. 7. He is survived by his
Funeral Home for its wonderful I'
And Family wife, Mahalia; three daughters
M aI services and all the staffat
Betty Jean Jones, Alice Dan- :
t ,. the Jackson Memorial Hos dy Reid and Delores Deshaz- ;
+a CARD OF THANKS pital.
ior, a son, Eugene Dandy; a 'j"
The family of the late June White Hurst, cousin mother Mrs. Rebecca Brooks

rJ ... And other relatives Tucker step father, Conie

s P Deacon and Mrs. Joe White, Tucker a step sister, Mary

requested friends Smith and a step brother, Her WE OFFER YOU

t yWl bert Tucker, and nine grand OUR FRIENDLY HELPAt

FRANCIS. children. Arrangements are
4 incomplete.Mrs. .
Mrs. Lillian Davis Smithof any hour of the day or
1435 NW 60th St. died December

2. Funeral serviceswere Rosa Mae Hardnett of night, we are here to

held Tuesday, Dec. 7, 3 1201 NW 6th St. died Dec. 7. ? serve needs in
p.m. in the chapel with Rev. She is survived by her husband your an

I YYiIY Aaron Hall, pastor of Ebene- Ralph a daughter, Do- understanding manner. No

xer Methodist Church, officiating nella Turner four sons, Ernest one has ever been deniedour

HLLJS JAMES Survivors include three James, Larry and Alton; j

MRS. CHARLOTTE L. wish to thank the many friends daughters, Mrs. Jennie John five sisters, Bertha Rogers, services. OX 1-4343

LJGHTBURN and neighbors for flowers, son, Mrs. Vera Adams and Beaulah Houser, Laney Hard- I' x

who departed this life December Mrs. Rita nett, Louise Johnson and
telegrams and cards sent during Scott three sons,
12, 1962. May she rest in their bereavement. Edward Charles, Arnold H. and Dorothy Ruth Johnson; two "

and light perpetual Ronald brothers, Willie Hill and Allen "My Father in Heaven
peace Special thanks to the Rev. a brother, Vincent help
shine upon her. S. A. Thomas, Mrs. Lula H. Davis; 18 grandchildren and Hill; a son-in-law, Willie A. G', me never to forget Thy Love

Mrs. Cynthia Troutman, Beryan and Mrs. Love and the other relatives. Turner and a grandson, Ray- it looks up- to me in the

daughter Range Funeral Home also mond Turner. Services will be ,, beauty of the flower ,"
for everything. We at the First Baptist Church of
Mrs Gloria Lightburn, everyone vS John Henry Jowett
daughterMr. thank you from the bottom of Brownsville at a time and day

Earl Llghtbum, son our hearts. LONGHORN to be announced. Oscar L. RaigaFmni
Dr. 0. B. Strachan, brother The family of Mannings,
Deshays Heards James and Phearse Huff of 1722 NW F
And Grandchildren l I Iw
Randy. 50th St. died Dec.. 7. He is Hem

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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday, December 10. 1965


1- (urn $15 wk. 4 persons or Society Cab Office 269

'&15 WORDS OR LESS.$1:25.: K FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. / less Agent on premises. Sat. 21st Street.
- --
102. 4160 NW 22nd Ct. One
MOOM .. .17'fr n
block west of 22nd Ave. Call "
L ,( '. :k:" .:iII I :
2217735. Jack's MEN'S
FOR SALE --- -
Lovely room for Jingle man or .
TO ; ,. SEE "MR. JACK"
BEACH Beautiful .
In 2
story 3 bedroom woman. Privileges. NA 1-0482. ,1 ,
NO Custom built home in 2Vi bath home. Air cond. 1620 NW 17th Place. ,' s' y6K
bath CBS, on Washington 1 '
2 '' .
4 bedroom, Park. Furnished. heating. Large grounds, patio. ---- : ::) STYLES FOR ALL ACES

N.W. 45th St. windows Fla room, ,2 carport kitchens -- floors, tile roof, move Hardwood in UN Parkview Island, Miami Bch. Furn. Apt. Free utilities. .:.." ,' ',,. ,b."Vef7'LAtat', : M. '. F.....'.
jalousie in and rent while 5-8863. Reasonable. 652-650 NW 27th '
with 2 stoves, 2 refriaerators. fied. $100 will handle Owner quail- --- St. FR 7-4175 or JE 8-3981. 1 ,, SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

Can be used for 2lamllles. 373-3304. Home Good Buy --- 1t'f : : ITALIAN 'SHOE ,

A bardown and$11,000with $87 126 NW 47th Street Room in private home. 691-7056*, 944 NW.2nd.Arc.. Miami,,Florid*:
$ CARVER RANCHES! Open Sun. 15. 2 bedrooms, __
month pays all. Life Realty, West Hollywood, just west of with Fla room, CBS, barrell 2 bedroom. .$18 per wk. 1817r
Broker, 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. U.S. 441. 3 bedrooms, 2 full tile roof, hardwood floors, NW 59th St. Inquire 1331 NW '

PL 9-437h-Open Sundayeves. baths, Fla room, separate din- carport, 2 air conds., stove & 84th St.

On busy <*""l7 th Ave at 4769 in ing and and living buy like room. Move right beautiful refrigerator wall-wall, storm capretlng awnings,, Apt. Downtown area. 1 bed *II TOWI
2 bath, CBS, va- rent. FR 3- .
Large iriTS
3 bedrooms 3441. Owner FrR 33304.On living room & dining room. $10.50 unfurn. 1 bed- 4.. .- .. <
Phone: 885- .n
cant. Call owner room. Many extras. Total price room furn. all utilities $18.
3805. 47th Street $13.000 with $400 down. No Call Mickins Rental Agency, '< HOMES NO CLOSING COSTS
-- Right I n No qualifying on this four closing costs. Call Mr. Chris 374-6506. Indef bedrooms Fla
No Qualifying-Move bedroorr. and he will show CBS Beauty.3 room, dining room, utility
Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, car garage.and 2 Full bath price CBS with 2 easy it is to own this you lovely 2 porch rooms. Good for retired room, garage. $12,000 total. $400 down.

CBS carport, terrazzo floors, Check with for $10,500. home. R. M. Brooks, Realtor. persons. Only $6 wkly. > ********************
us details Ifyou'll
large modem kitchen, colored 688t6638 nites 681-7740. NW 536V4 6th St. Rear.
fixtures in both bathrooms, work with us, we'll ----- --- Large CBS, 3 bedroom, dining room, utility room, many
awning windows, extra largelot. work 0262. with you. hone OX 1- $50 Month Furn. effcy. '$15 wk. Includes. extras. $11,000 total. $250 down.

bargain at $16,500 with Broker Biscayne Realty, inc. No qualify, 3 bedroom, CBS. light, gas, water & waste re- ********************
9635 NW
$1500 down and $120 month 22nd Ave. Real clean. What can you pay moval. Call 688-3225 after 5 pm,
pays all.\ Must be seen! Keysat --- down. Total price under --- Neat CBS, 3 bedroom, utility room, appliances, fenced

Life Realty, Broker, 4932 No On 45th Street 8000. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Room. Private home. PL 89717or $9,500 total. $200 down.
N.W. 7th Ave. PL 94371. bedroom qualifying home on this four 612 NW 60th St., anytime 751- NE 3-0604. ********************
with carport and 2243.
----- Fla room. $500 down and move ---- -2-bedroom-duplex. 1110 NW Lovely CBS, 2 bedroom, 1'both plus guest house.

PAGE APTS. Sacrifice for in. Near schools and buses. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath 77th St. 1 bedroom ($13 wk), Utility room, garage. $12,000 total. $300 down.

good down payment or cash. Check with us for details. Luxury living with private bed 1152 NW 77th St. effcy ( $8 : ********************
owner at 233 N.W. 63 St. work with
See you'll us we'll work
room quarters. Edison area. wk), 1152 NW 77th St. rear.
10 furn. units on city block. with you. Phone OX 1-0262. $450 down. FHA. A. Ben-Kori, 633-2891. CBS, 2 bedroom, dining room, utility room, carport..

Richmond Heights beauty. Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker, Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. any- ----- Appliances, extras. S10,200total. $250 down.
9635 NW 22nd Ave.
14900 Harrison St. 3 bedroom, time 751-2243. Five rooms in new building. ********************
---- ---- Hot water, telephone, good
CBS 250 down, $65 month. $200 down no qualifying for 2 $68 Month location.}.' -No fear of movingfor NO QUALIFYING ON THE FOLLOW{ NG

Marvin.1 mortgage.Nights Hurry&on this. Mr. bedroom CBS. $16.50 wk pays Pays all for this cute 2 bed- three to' five years. $8 a CBS, 5 bedroom, 2 bath, appliances, RC air cond.
Sundays: everything. Appliances are
room, CBS carport, fenced, wk. Call FR 15384. Cec.
2352748. Greater Miami Realty included. If you'll work withus reduced $500 to $10,000 total. Dec. 17 Fenced. $15,000 total. Reasonable down.
HI 46133. we'll work with For ********************
$250 down. FHA. No closing -----

-, ------ more details phone OX 10262. costs. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Clean rooms. $8-10. Brown- Fully furn. 2 bedroom, near schools, buses, only
7753 NW 10th Ave. GorgeousCBS Biscayne Realty, Inc. Broker, 612 NW 60th St. anytime 751- sub or Miami,Phone 634-3177.
total. down. month.
$8,500 $700 $75
9635 NW 22nd Ave.
2 story duplex. Complete- 2243. ----
walled in and private; a little --- ----- 3 nicely furn. 1 bedroom apts.

mansion. $795 -down. Reasonable $250 Down Live, Free? Free water. $15 wk. 551 NW Very neat, 1 bedroom, dining room, appliances. Many

payments. Total $15,900. 3 Lovely bedroom like, CBS new condition.on 17th Ave.No Yes, if you buy this lovely 2 27th St. Call Carey's Rental extras. Only $5,400 total. $600 down. $60 month.
Only one like this. Good for 2 bedroom, CBS,and rent out the Agency. 3713622.
closing costs this is an FHA
families or rent out one side. extra cottage, carport, all --
bargain and we are experts at fenced. $450 down. FHA. WE HAVE MANY MORE
Move right in. Mr. Marvin. Only 617 NW 8th St. Individual cot-
Nights & Sundays 235-2748. FHA qualifying. If you'll work No costs. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, tages. Call Mrs. Donovan at ONLY $100 DOWN ON FHA HOMES FOR VETS

Greater Miami Realty. HI 4- with for more us we'll information work with phon you. 612 2243.NW 60th St. anytime 751- FR 1-4620. Dec. 17 _,.__ AND DISPLACED PERSONS_. ". .. ,'
6133 OX 10262. Biscayne Realty, .
----- ---
---- 9635 NW 22nd Ave. Good Incomes 2 Duplexes66th Room in private home. A nice

Large family? Mother-in-law? ------ St. & NW 25th Ave. 61stSt. quiet gentleman preferred. SHELL'REALTYSNJKE
Just right for all. 4 bedroom, 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath & NW 22nd Ave. $16,500, Call 634-9654.
2 bath. 1045 NW 58th Ter. $350 down, clos- ----- --
owner pays each. Special, sell both or one .
4600 down. No qualifying. ing costs. This is a real beau- Call 866-1495. Wallis FOR SALE OR RENT 4160 NW 7lk v_. 758:5551EDISON .
$10,000 total price. Call Mr. tiful home. J8.50 wk pays .
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Chris at MU 8-6638 or nightMU principal and interest. To see Good Money MakersI 3 bedroom house. Small l down I r

17740. R. '.4. Brooks, call OX 10262. If you'll work have 3 duplexes for $15,000at payment. Call 754-0977.
Realtor. with us we'll work with you. 33rd Ave & NW 51st St. -----
Broker. 2 bedroom house. $18 per wk.
Biscayne Realty, Inc.
----- Will sell all or separate. Call
1817 NW 59th St. Inquire at
9635 NW 22nd Ave.Salesman .
No Closing Costs Wallace. 1331 NW 84th St.LOVELY .
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Lovely 3 bedroom home on 2 Wanted "MISCELLANEOUS I SpecialsBUY

lots, fenced, enclosed front Experienced preferred, but will
porch carport, large tiled kit- train licensed beginner. Best Mae's Draperies. Custom-made HOMES
chen, central heat, appliances. and bed
full Slip covers
listing commissions and draperies.
Price only $12,350, $350 do. office cooperation. Biscayne spreads. Festoon work of all alIt On Your Lot or Ours' YOUR WIFE A HOME FOR CHRISTMAS. YOU

Realty and $71, Broker month, FHA. Life Realty, Inc. OX 1-0262. 9635 kinds. Phone 987.7990 or OX To "Please' You CAN'T GIVE HER ANYTHING NICER
4932 N.W. 7th NW 22nd Ave. 1-3850. 5000 Pembroke Rd.
PL 9-4371.0pen Sundaysand ----- W. Hollywood, Fla. .LOTS FOR SALE 275 NW 57TH STREET
eves. '
Fine Home-Priced jRight -----
Open Sun after 1 p.m.'N
$250 down, $9,200 total. 1475 DOG FOR SALE .
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, carport NW 83rd St. Open 2-5 Sunday. German Shepherd Male. 18 55J35-H.W.40HbTtrr. i Ice CBS, 2 bedrooms, tile roof, near all, Edison

jalousie windows, awn- $60 month pays everything. 2 Well trained. No papers. 50105-H.W.55lliSi. schools. $250 down. FHA. $79 month pays everything.
ings, 2 air conds., appliances, bedroom, CBS, Fla room, per mos.
heat, enclosed front and back fect condition. Spitzer Realty, $35. Vince 6878 NW 14th Ave. :100x100.. *.51 T tn.& 17 Av*, 431 NW 58TH STREET

porches, separate CBS storage 8201 Biscavne Blvd. PI 9- ----- :50x10MUt St.' Open Sun after 1 p.m.
A wonderful buy at 8741. INCOME PROPERTY ;

M0.500. $350 down, $72 mo. ------ Completely furn. Nine bed- ,5014
FHA. Key at Life Realty, 7025 NW 28th Av,.,uc room, good location. 6341365LONGHORNI less than the FHA valuation. Tile baths. Convenientto
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL Cash Fold For Lot,
Move in for Xmas. 3 bedroom, v. everything. Live rent free.
94371.- Open Sundays.No l'/j' bath, direct from owns, -n A 1 11\ Horn**,: Acreage \.
----- lovely like new CBS home, 335 NW URD STREET
Closing Costs
oak floors huee kitchen I III
Fully furn., 2 bedroom, separate 75 ft. lot. $1000 down. CALL BARON JE 8-1340 Open Sun. after 1 p.m.

garage Fla room, enclosed front porch, Move right in. Call owner now 3 bedroom, 2 baths, enclosed garage, extra large liv-
immaculate inside
and out. Almost new stove 7588749. --J J ing area. If you like to entertain, this is it. $12,000

and refrig. Located on NW 37th No-Qualifying.----- Move Right In total. $300 cash. FHA. No closing costs.

St. A bargain at $8.400 with bedroom ,
1608 NW 51st
$300down and $68 month, FHA all 2210 NW 81TH STREET
Fla room, fenced, awnings RENT
Keys at Life Realty, Broker, around. $85 month. $750 down. FOR Open Sat. & Sun. after 1 p.m.

4932 Open NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Phone owner 3716546. 3 bedrooms, CBS, Fla room, tile roof, city water. Near
evenings and Sundays. 3274 SW 68th Street
schools and
Shopping. Only $11,500
9001 NW 16th Ave. Open 11-4
Outstanding Home Sundays. Tile roof, carport, 1 Bedroom Home. $18 Weekly. price. Make your terms.

Very beautiful home on large awnings, well sprinklers, FHA ********************
lot' landscaped. Shalomith DRIVE BY THEN CALL EDISON
Large attached financing. Morris 3511 NW 206th Street -
garage, large Fla room, tile broker, 7543535.
r", appliances, air conditioner ------ 3 Bedroom CBS, $22 Weekly. 339 NW 39 ST. CBS, FHA terms, $10,500.

carpeting, fire, etc.place Price, is wall-wall$13,500 POOL 1214 O 33 ST. CBS, furn., $5500 total.

$450 down and $77 month. By owner, CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 1534 NW 44th Street 239 NW 43 ST. CBS, on corner

Life\ Realty Broker, 4932 NW baths large Fla room, fenced, 2 Baths Frame $25 Weekly. 5001 3 bedrooms
7th Ave. PL 9-4371. 167 ft. lot, air cond., refrig., 3' Bedrooms, NWS AVE. CBS, 2 baths.

------ stove, washing machine, 296 NW 51 I ST. Nice corner property
No Closing Costs $16,000.400 NW lllth St. Call FOR SALENO
Lovely corner CBS, 2 bedrooms 751.1038 for appointment. 6515 NW 2 AVE. $1,000 down. No qualifying. $85

2 baths --.---- month. 1 mortgage
carport, red
tIle roof CBS, 2 bedrooms with 3 room
air conditioner, jalousie windows Houses cottage by owner, 1340 NW 3228 NW 68 ST. No qualifying, $65 month

spotless and, range.2nd bedroo m 53rd St. HI 3-3729. $6800 for 1534 NW 44th StreetAS 8000 NW 12 CT. Beautiful CBS, duplex, 5 years
has Dec. 17Richmond old 2 bedrooms each side.
its own outside door. equity. Week All. ,
IS. $25 Pays
is $11,000 with $350 -- ; Heights

down and $68 month. Key at 14721 Filmore St. 2 bedrooms, WE ARE OPEN All DAY SAT. AND SUN. -

Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW stove, awnings, blinds, 3274 NW 68th Street
7'hve.. carport,
$300 down. Move All
Week Pays
IS. $18
'" AS
---- qualifying. Also 2 other good ARE YOU A VETERAN? $100 DOWN
enclosed in N* section. CALL
buys., : .
NO QUALIFYING R. E. Marx, Inc. Realtor \'

love: in today. Extra large, 4 6611661. :
bedruont. two bath tile roof, d"o"w'n7"$56 Washington FORD REALTYINC. Broker ,
month. ,
comer lot. Close\ in, near $300 i (

e\:\H r\'tbI71g.9Slt h tal.Woo$110 a down.month. st. Corner Park lovely 1457 2 NF bedroom 152nd, 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 171" NE 6M' SI;, :1514441i : '

::1<1\, ,' FHA terms. Rose-
erylhing. Call owner, only $9800 -
-'q. I.U 1. man Realty. Hroker HI 66211.

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 10, 1965
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Learn Commercial Cookingand 1 oooooooooooooooooooooc to

I YYVVteen's"

Get Paid '

pot pourriBy

EARN WHILE YOU LEARN period the enrollee I are paidan
Enroll now for the Manpower allowance of $28 to $58 per
Development Training program : Bethjheba JE. DeanOOOOOOOOOOOG
is starting a course to the Florida State Em- I IN IY Ia Ie '..
train commercial cooks on De- ployment Service-377-2411,

cember 13. Classes are held or go to the Hotel and Res-,
from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. daily taurant Office of the Florida
? You
Have considered yourself being outstanding
Monday through Friday. The State Employment Service at themselves
be among those who consider being out-
length of the course is 20 46 SW First Street in down- may standing because you have made A's and B's in your
weeks and during the training town Miami.
i- grades. However, you are only outstanding Inyourgrades.
"! '. To be considered an all around outstanding student you
; must be outstanding all around. There are many other factors -

Anthony McPhee reporter During the months of Octo-. i. Are you outstanding In your community? Haveyou been

Northwestern's PTA is der and November there have,ii" i ....,., recognized by others because you have done outstandingwork
been many interesting projects f -t, ? When you participate In organizations as the Tuber-
making plans for the annual launched at Liberty City Elementary culosis Association, Ccbreal Palsy, March of Dimes, etc,
..:. Jit Art
Musical 6.
Extravaganza to be
School. We feel that you have given your time to helping others who need your
presented early in February. he change in one institutional YOUTH FOR RANGE- rallies, door to door distribu- help. You might have not made a contribution, but your
tion of literature and
program from graded to the bumper service Is just as Important as the money you contribute.
Mr. Clarence Patterson, coordinator non-graded elementary schoolis WHAT ABOUT YOU? strips, telephone calls to vot- These organizations have saved money because the work

of the sanitation department a giant step forward. In get- This was the slogan used ers and poll watches. This that you have done, would have cost them money If some-

has agreed to serveas ting ahead start with our new by the Coconut Grove Youth group also composed and led one had been paid to do the job.

chairman of this fund rais- program we were very fortunate Council as they campaigned the pep yells at the Range Another way to be considered as being outstanding Is

ing project. to have Mr. Cato, curric- untiringly for Mrs. Athalie Roundup.The your participation in organizations. When you participateIn
.t.r...t.r.. ulum of the school and community organizations, you are demon-
specialslt, meet with us Range, candidate for City sponsor Coconut
Seniors received their Sen- and help formulate plans. At Grove Youth Council are: Mrs. strating your leadership abilities. You will give others the
Commissioner. Shown abovein
this time he chance to know that work when the
ior Placement emphasized the you can ever oppor-
Test scores on the photo are members of Vemeka Silva, Mr. and Mrs.
true essence of the Non-graded tunity arrives, because you work In organizations Being
Monday in an all-senior assembly William Cooper and Mrs. Dol-
Elementary School. Mr. Gato the council with Mrs. Range a member of the organization does not make you out-
held in the auditorium. lie Whitehead. I
************ further stated that the Non- just before the Coconut Grove standing. Your service In the organization Is important! If
first graded Elementary School is a motorcade. Some of the many you are one of the persons who sit down or one of those
The dramatical pre- waY of looking at the cur- activities of this youth group who Is a member of the organization to carry Its name, you
sentation, "Craig's Wife," riculum to meet the needs of for Mrs. Range's campaignwere are still not considered outstanding.

was held by Thespian Troupe boys and girls. The curriculumis : Youth reception honor- Outstanding in your behavior. If you want others recognize I

1880. Michelle Tremble along the key to the whole situa. ing Mrs. Range, motorcade, you and appreciate you, your personality is very important -
with Peter Seymour starred in tion.Determine that the child's church visitationsfinancial If you know how to act at all times others will respect -

the leading roles. needs are and prescribe in you at all times. When you are loquacious, ill-man-
************ nered and others will not If
scope and sequential I order. respect you even
The first annual Charter American Education Week a. you have made some great achievements In other ways. Being

Day was held Dec. 3 in the was observed Nov. 7 through cheerful at all times is important also.
auditorium. Student Council 13. Many things were done. Your grades are also Important In being outstanding.When .

president, Wilbert Holloway, We began our observance witha you are among the top students in your class, then
presented charters to presi- series of lectures by some others will always notice you. You will be among the students -
dents of organizations. of our outstanding citizens. who are given scholarships or good Jobs. You will
Among those who spoke to the those who will be into
be among accepted a good college.
faculty and student body were You will probably not receive pay for your outstanding
Northwestern cagers were Rev. I. C. Mickins of Mt. Oli accomplishments now. However, the future will beyourpay

defeated 77-51 by Lincoln vette Baptist Church; Mrs. M. for your outstanding achievements.Curing school.YOU'LL .
Park Academy. Ralph Silas led Gill, social worker and Mr.
Harry Reid, 39, of 560 NW
the Bulls in scoring with ten Mack of Lincoln National
points. The Bulls will meet Bank. Mrs. Emma Wells who 7th St. is a parts countermanat
Vic Pot amkin I Chevrolet. LOVE LONGHORN!
the North Dade Thunderbirds acted as chairman of the
tomorrow for the first home group would like to thank all Reid is married and the father
of our friends and citizens who of two children.
game of the season. All home
-- ---- I
helped to make this week
games begin at 7 p.m. glorious one.National a YOUNG LADY WITHA
Children's Book AT WEST
Orick Johnson and FUTURE UM STUDENT

linebacker Lawrence Wilcox Week was celebrated with a POINT CONFERENCEWillie CHRISTMAS PRESENT IN BEAUTY
were placed on the Miami gala Book Fair. The kick-off Michelle Moss, a 4th grader 1\.
News All-Star Football Team event for the celebration was School Generette, student at

Four other Bulls received hon- the showing of the film, "And proven that even the very the University of Miami, was Special Low Down PaymentSUNIGHr
orable mention- Something More. young can be active citizens.In recommended by his history
************ As part of our school health the recent campaign for teacher to represent the schoolat
Some program we were very fortunateto city commission Michelle used '
seniors were adminis- West Point New York at the ;
tered the secure the services of the her free time after school to
Scholastic Aptitude 17th annual Student Confer- : BEAUTY SCHOOL
Dental Mobile Unit pass out cards reading ma-
through the
Test Saturday at Dade-Junior ence on U. S. Affairs, Dec. 1
College, Barry College and Dade County Public Health teriaks in a door to door drive through Dec. 4 in the U. S. .
Miami Edison. Department.A marched in parades and very Military Academy. 1111 NW 3 Ave FR 4-9998

..........,._... branch of the North Cen- actively participated in the Topic: National Security ,

The Marching 100 marcheda tral Reading Clinic is now in getting out to vote.Michelleshows Policies of the U. S. and roundtable

double header last Saturday. progress in our school to accommodate great poten- areas from North Atlantic -
tial as a civic worker me USSRS Eastern Europe
They marched 'in the annual boys and girls ,
whose placard which she wore around China Southeast Asia Africa
Coral Gables Christmas Pa- parents are not ,to
provide her neck in the campaign she south of the Sahara and Latin
transportation to the
rade and the 33rd Orange Blos-
main Branch. made herself very aptly read America. Mr. Generette is well
som Classic Parade in down- "Won't you please vote? I
Dora Patterson reporter versed on current affairs of to- '.*
town Miami. Can't I'm too Young." ).
day. He is the son of Mrf:.
Many people will remember Mzry Lee Generette 2911 NW '.

Income Tax CENTERVILLA seeing her at Shell City and 46th St., a teacher at Allapattah -
Grand Way. Elementary.

Class at BTWThe PROGRAMWhat

an enjoyable eveningit Inmululiiuimiuiiummuuluuiuul8lamiuiuuuuiumoaiuiiiaaa0uiuuu ullUllaluuu

was on Tuesday Nov. 23 at
Booker T. Washington the ''Centervilla KindergartenThere i I
Community School is offeringfree was an overflowingcrowd Apply Now for
classes in filing income
that witnessed a well

taxes.help Classes individuals are designedto under- executed. PreThanksgivingprogram. I Winter Term I

stand how to figure out their
The parents were indeed
own taxes. There will be three
different classes, one in filIng proud to see their tint tots MiamiDadeJunior
the short form, the long perform so well. Hats off to I

form and a special class fort Mrs. Copeland, Mrs, Brooks
those who operate businesses. and Mrs. Judson for the splen-
If you are seriously interestedcall did training of these young CollegeWRITE I VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS

FR 7-2536 BTW ask foi i minds. More power to them. ANNOUNCES NEW STAFF MEMBERCharles
Clifford R, Matthews, the Com- To climax the affair, an

munity School director, after elaborate Thanksgiving dinner .CALL VISIT T Rogers has |lust joined the soles staff of Victor Pianos& Organs 300 N W
2:30 p.m. til 10 p.m. for more was served and enjoyed by all. 54th Street

information.Adult education classesare There are many more activities ADMISSIONS OFFICE He is eminently qualified having a unique background of training and expenence in
bei g planned for the radio TV symphony concerts choral accompanying organ and piano-Mr Rogers
in and is
progress a remiander of the school term. SCOTT HALL NORTH CAMPUSOpen appearances hove been world wide
great need for more adults in
Thanks for the wonderful
these classes. Now is the cooperation shown the 8 am.8 p.m. Mon-Thurs; 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Fri. Graduating from Bethune Cookmon College he went on for further study at the
time to complete the educa- by pa- until Dec. 23 when office closes 4:30: Closed for University ofWisconsin, Private study in organ continued In Munich Germany and ot
rents and friends. p.m. the of Miami His radio work included
University a 2 year Saturday MusIC Series on
tion that you have always Mrs. Clora Harris Pres. holidays Dec. 2427. Open 8 o.m.-4:30 p.m. Dec. 2831. WBBB. Burlington N C
wished for. More informationupon '
request. Mrs.D. Copeland, reporter Full-Time Fee $75 During his Service tour he was Chaplain's Assistant ot Ft Jackson S C.,presiding at
the Chapel) organ While overseas he was Organist Pianist for the U S. 43rd Winged
Part-Time $8 per credit hour Victory Chorus and Band, appearing in concerts ot the Deutches Museum Munich,
t oermony. Soljberg festival House Solzberg Austria TV and Municipal concerts in
\Dugies Guest HousThe .APPLY NOW IN ORDER TO COMPLETE: Amsterdam Holland other concerts in Vienna. Austria East Berlin Pisa Italy and o
pmt concert with the Munich Symphony Orchestra
house of unusual rooms = The Holland engagement was broadcast over o notion wide hookup of the five molar
"Keep In mind"A networks The 31 man chorus song to on estimated four million people Their
us Winter Term Jan. 3-5
Registration oblechve to get money for the flood stricken people of Holland.

better place, we challenge you to find Classes Begin, All Centers .Jan. 7
Seeing ,is believing Since 1960 Mr Rogers has served as Minister of MusIC: at Mt Zion Baptist Church,
The accommodations you receive' I North Campus, 11380 NW 27th Ave., Miami Organists 30)) NW 9th Street He is a member of the Miami Chapter American Guild of.

You.find only In this brother phone: 685-4441

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Palmetto Center, 11801 SW 74th Ave., Miami Mr and organ Rogers will be available os consultant salesman for all musical needs pono

2941 N.W. 47TH STREET 634-3851 phone: 238.4774

I Beach Center, 1410 Drexel Ave., Miami Bch

Always a friend
i lnlllllllllllllllllllllUlllUllmlllllllll11lmunn WflhIllllNfllllhIllUhIIlflIluvuwu N.W. 54th St. & NW. 3rd Ave. PH. PL 8-8795

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 10, 1965 15
tJTI.M'n:; -- _r .

$ Baring with......,... 1 : Bears# Blast RofffferslSTTn'OII, ClassicJames l

r -._-, ; _. '
The Florida A&M Rattlers to Morgan. George Nock took
l : found the going rough in Mi- the punt at the A&M 45 and
'i b I" .. ami's Orange Bowl as they ran it back for the score.Johnson -
went down to defeat at the added his third PAT of
I V. I-! hands of the Morgan State Col- the game that made it 21-7,
\ lege Bears, 36-7 in the 33rd Morgan, with 12:53 remainingin
t' third .
the quarter.On
\\ Annual Orange Blossom Clas-
'I 1* ,; the first play from
tii- BY HARRY SPEAR ... sic played Saturday night.A .
Andrew Greene,
noisy crowd of 35,638saw scrimmage,
Rattler fullback, fumbled the
FAMU go down to its second -
BOXING NOTES handoff and Morgan's defensive -
worse defeat in the Clas-
r and the first time in 20 center( Carl Davis re-
Neal Composto, Little River Promoter, is trying to sic
the FAMU 25.
that the Rattlers have covere: t on
,set up a non-title bout between Lightweight Champion years finished off the season with Eight plays later QB Russ

. Carlos Qrtiz and Henry Dominguez. r three losses. They ended the Jolivet went over the middleof

Miami Boxing Commission has dropped Marty Kap- season with a disappointing the A&M line from one yard
writer thinks this is bad record while the of out for the score. Daryl John-
lan. This a move, as do others, 7-3 Bears
converted make
again to
such as 10 c a I. and the newly formed 4Ii Morgan State went nine games
L s
Veterans Boxing Commission Ring 31 of South Florida. without a defeat. score 28-7.
Both teams went to their With four minutes to go in
Marty, a former fighter, and a local boy, knows as running games in the first the fourth quarter, A&M sub-
much about boxing as the next one does. He knew all quarter. After an exchange of stitute quarterback Alonzo

the answers and never missed a show. punts, the Bears started driv- Gilbert was tackled in his own
ing on the A&M 47 yard line end zone by Bear: defensiveend
The South Florida Vets Boxing Association has In 11 ground plays, the Bears Jeffrey Green for a safety.
1 moved to the A&M three, Full The score registered at
issued a statement of concern over a recent presen- t tc tf +
back Clarence Scott bulled 30-7, Morgan, which was the
tation to the World Heavyweight Champion Cassius
over right tackle for the TD final score two years ago
Clay by the national body of veteran boxers. The Na- I with 2:19 remaining in the when these teams played in

tional organization presented to Clay a plaque which first quarter. Daryl Johnson the Classic. Only then it was

stated that Clay was an inspiration to the youth of kicked the extra point.On FAMU's 30 points, not Mor-
America. The South Florida Chapter's statement the kick off to FAMU gan's.
saysit I kick return speciali! st Joe Williams With 7:05 remaining in the
does not with the of the
agree wording plaque and
in the ball
pulled on Clarence Scott
withdraw from the national body if the W. Hilton, City of Miami Parks and Recre-
may wording is the A&M 17 and raced 83 yards intercepted his third pass of
not changed. The statement says Clay has been harm- ation director, center, presents trophies to winners of for the score. Eugene Hayes the game when he picked off

ful to the game of boxing and that he is "unstable, illiterate the Grove Golf Association Tournament. Charles evened up the tally at 7-7 by Willie Powell's nA..q nn the
a braggat and a buffon." Stepps, left, of Coconut Grove, carded a 70ft net score kicking the extra point. FAMU 38 and went all the way
under the Calloway handicap system, to place first. Bear quarterback Russell for the score. Johnson's kick
Jolivet voted most valuable
Gabriel (Flash) Elo rde scored consistently in the Professional golfer Lee E.lder of Washington, D. C., player for, Morgan State, pass- was FAMU head coach Jake

early rounds Saturday night to retain his junior light- shot a gross 34-35-69 to win the guest division titlein ed three times for 53 yards Gaither used a total of four
title 15-round decision the 18-hole tournament played at the City of Miami and a touchdown in cappingoff
weight on a over South Korea'sSuh quarterbacks in the game, but
Kang II. Suh rallied late in the fight, but could not Lejeune course. a 72 yard drive. Jolivet could only muster 35 throughthe
The scores: First flight-Charles Stepps, 70ft; tossed the TD pass to half- air all night. They com-
pile up enough points to dethrone the champ from the back Daryl Johnson, good for
James Everett, 71 (playoff for second); Robert Jackson pleted seven of 14, with four
Phillippines. A crowd of 30,000, doubtful of the out- 25 yards and the score. Johnson -
71 Second flight-Sidney Wynne, 72 (playoff for being intercepted. The usually -
come until the official's scoreboards were read over also added the extra point.
the loud speaker, screamed approval. first); Percy Rolle, 72; George Sands, 73-Third flight- Neither team could move the powerful Rattlers rushing just did game not ma-of
Booker T. Hayes, 73; Willie Evans, 75 (playoff for. the rest of the second period. terialize. A&M's rushing and

DOLPHINS SIGN TOP PUNTERThe second); Alfred Simonette, 75; Fourth flight-J. K.O'- The half ended 14-7, Mor- passing yardage figured out to

Connor, 75ft; Harold Scott, 76ft; Ralph Floyd, 77; Wo- gan State. an unimpressive 00 yards. It
Miami Dolphins signed three more draft choices men's DivisionRose Elder,77; Mary Bowe, 83.Me- At the opening of the sec- was a night that the Rattlers
ond half, the Rattlers could
Sunday, including the most productive college punterin tro News Ihoto. not move the ball and punted would sooner forget.
the nation this season. Phil Scoggin of Texas A&M
14th on the Miami draft list. He was the Southwest Con- .. .. ..t j- ---------7"--
I Office
ference punting champion with 43.6 yard average for Non-Surgical |
88 opportunities. No other collegian was, called on to AUTO .

kick more often. Also secured by Joe Thomas, personnel Join theNAACP : RUPTUREPILES : Check on/ new, lower rte and easy financing

director, were Don Lorenz of Stephen F. Austin I Rectal Diseases, YariJ 1 "' IMMEDIATE SR:22 FILING ,,

College in Nacogdoches, Texas, and John Tooker of J cose Veins, Prostate No I Briar this ad to our office and receive a free lift
Adams State College in Alamosa, Colo. Lorenz was the J 'lost time Discard Truss 1I
J Upon Correction of Rupture. : D. Goodman and Son, Inc.
16th Tooker the choice
20th of Thomas.Sunday's .
.s . I Low cost. 1 "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage''
the Miami American Foot-
signing bring Democratic Club
| DR. LONG'S CLINIC 1 Business member AH People
ball League roster to 14, including six draftees. Already TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO j 11545 SW 1st St.-FR 3-27481 2688. .NW. 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380

under contract are tackle Grady Bolton ofJ! Mississippi CHURCH SUNDAY ,. -----_.._----_!
State tackel Jerry Oliver from Southwest Texas
and halfback Sam Price of Illinois.

Also signing contracts were John alien Johnson, the NAACP r Xmas Home Bargain***
250-pound guard from Benedict College in Columbia, Join

North S. C. and Carolina Bob Ferguson College. 235-pound place-kicker from FREE Extra Lot |

tf CBS, 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH ft
W $300 DOWN $62 MONTH ftt i
Thomas Carr 6-4, 255-pound tackle 23 years of
age drafted and Ken Duke 6 ft. 220-pound fullback. 22 Hurry for this. Own a huge double corner ;

years of age. These two players looked real impressive piece of property at these fantastic terms. Mu .
against Florida A&M last Saturday. Owner ready now! See: n I

W (Plus corner lot)
Not too many football tackles make basketball FREE t DELIVERY DRUG Owner 1588749b
players but Northwestern has one in 6-X 196pound _L n
Tyrone Westcote. 6750 NW I5lh A V" SU1.; Hnoll il Jolllvottf, !Manager : fJ


Jorge the sensational Panamanian ..
Velasquez, lJll||| III IB J. ,
reinsman, has more than lived up to his advance bIl-

ling at Tropical Park. The 18-year old has jumped

away t0 a long lead in the race for riding honors at ETHICAL INSURANCE AGENCY

the Tropical Park meeting. In five days of racing he

has notched two triples and has nine victories to his

credit. Curiously, Velasquez has been involved in 3432 N.W. 7th AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA 33127

both of the dead-heats already on record at the current

meeting. Growing almost daily, the colony of trainers SR22B
who have already registered their stock in the racingsecretary's '
Filed Same
office now numbers 266 and is expected to

pass the 300 mark within the next 10 days. Trainer Joe We Can Help You Save Your License. r,
Pierce, Jr. Checked in Tuesday with 11 head. Toppinghis

list is Suspicious, winner of the Tropical Park Financial Responsibility Experts

Handicap last January. Newest additions among the Payments To Suit Your Budget '
trainers at Tropical Park are Larry Geiger who brought

in six head from Aqueduct and the veteran conditioner Lowest, Rates Available.
Herold Young who registered 11 headed by Selari, the i
three-year-old colt. LOW. LOW DOWN PAYMENT


- Easy Credit for Everyone

Mme. Edna Gallmon Cooke (the Sweetheart of the Tiara /A6CMT TO THEPUBLIC

Gospel Singers), Sons of Faith, Rev. Julius Cheeksand ?rv.$ Y.v Protect Your Driver's License! Ralph E. Ridoin

the Four Knights will appear at the Longshore- Phone 633-1438
man's Hall, 816 NW 2nd Ave., Friday, Dec. 10, at 8:30.: i Office Manager

Tickets on sale at North's Travel Bureau, Tobacks
Grove Pharmacy, and Earnest Record Shop. That's P ICS WH ZEACH'

Friday, December 10.

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PHONE 759-8422 4400 N.W. 1TH AVE.

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...,,- .... .- ._. ....-, ._--,...-_.". _. _.--.."._._ _. .-- ._._-- -,,--,,-- -- --_.._-- Xmas Home Specials M
The attendance drive of Brownsville Junior High room, 7-10 was second; and Mrs. Pauline Austin's
School is continuing to stimulate student interest in homeroom, 8-7, was third. i 880 NW 14 AVENUE
perfect attendance and punctuality. The student or- The winning homeroom pictured above will be
ganization, Squad on Attendances has worked diligently honored by the school with refreshments and entertainment. CBS, corner 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, tile' ] T

to devise methods of influencing total school par- All three winning classes received attractive M roof. oak floors, carpet, much more. FHA |J
o banners to be displayed in their classrooms. W
S13POp.: Only $400 down. '$74.39 monthly.
the second sixth week period ending Novem- Miss Florence Griffin, sponsor of the SOA, and
ber 29, three homerooms were successful in. winningthe Mr. Charles Gray, Assistant Principal for Administration Wrape it upll'!! r.

attendance competition. Miss Joy Bryon's home- have urged the parents in the Brownsville Com- / *
room, 9-3 was the first in the running with the greatest munity to support and cooperate with this drive to keepour t
number of perfect days; Mrs. Enid Johnson's home- students in school. r A neat corner package with custom. features. ."

FHA valued at $15,500. Owner must go, this'r.

L can be had below the FHA value. 'Must be:

LIBERTY 1 FBEB N,:seen. This,.Is a real holiday present!! ,
2430 NW 91 STREET
I ;

27th Ave at 211th St. To Be, Given Away Friday,, ,December. JZAth, 1965, ''ff CBS, like' new' 2 bedroom, tile ,roof, oak
Call Claire Romano
: S?:floors, FHA, $10,800 down payment $350

642-4071 Come Into Store Just Fill In Drawing Card \1:;_monthly I $62.J 2.A real package for your freely .!{

Terrazzo Floors Name Address Phone Number Is All That: 1801. NW 90 STREET '
Solid Sodded Lots

Minimum 75 Ft.xlOO Lot Ft.Size Is Required.We Jj ,CBS, corner. Fla room, 2 large bedrooms!

City Water and IT carport. no qualifying. '$12,800 total price.

Sewage system do our own Financing Open every n ite 'til 9 '$ $87 monthly pays everything. Make an offer
Patio Doors
Sliding '
Interior Colors
Close to Shopping and We Are Looking Forward To See You In Our Store '

$11,700 TO $13,400 757-5724 fI
As little as $18 a mo- EDISON FURNITURE EXCHANGE Inc.

SPECIALGood Ooen Saturday & SundtI

until Jan 15, 1966
2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Home

man$11,500Any or woman who has I
served in the armed forces i
for at least 90 days Is
eligible to buy a home for
for as little as

S200'DOWNLiberty v:.
: HomesEstates

6483 TAFT ST. I PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.1N. 27th AVE. PERRINE 9843 Bird Rd
Built by the 1375 W.49th st SHOPPING CENTER
W. M'aml Pia.
Hollywood ,
JANIS CORPORATIONMy Hialeah, Fla. MIAMI, FLA. Perrine, Fla.
945.0381 3x6.5631
821.1761 635-0736 635-0736 231-2901

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t MIAMI,Public FLA. Appraiser

On Sept 3,1 Ttt',1y,4:,
1965, Grand! 'T. i ,
Central FreightFurniture b L

1636 N.W.Sales 7th 7yRRR a ) ( :' -! ,, ,

Ave., Miami!'
adopted a reso-| .
lution to continue ;
giving the
people of Dade,
Broword " other counties
the best furniture I-
and bedding bargains In
the state. This Is in spite I of
rising furniture and labor costs.
Carloads of famous brand .
bedroom, dining room and living
room suites sectionals,
sofas, chairs, rockers, In every
style (Including French, Italian
Duncan, odernEarly
American, and'new
Mediterranean) will be offered
at a great sacrifice. DRESSER
Also featured at unusuallylow MIRROR .
j prices are odd desks, $ cQ
dressers, china chests break. CHEST
fronts, dinettes and patio PANEL HEADBOARD
t Remember, you can buy all 3 THROW PILLOWS COMPARE
this gorgeous furniture cheap. 3
er for cash or have all the cre- WALL PICTURES $119

dit you want. Deliveries any. ,
where In the world. Open today -
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