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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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38TH YEAR NO. 16 MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY DECEMBER 10, 1960 TEN CENTS EIGHTEEN PAGES

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I Shotgun Used in Jacksonville Given 30 Days





Gory Killings To Desegregate FacilitiesThe

Early Wednesday morning the I I I
Jilted boy friend of a maid blew MITCHELL HERE
her bead off with a shotgun IDa I _
palatial borne on Miami Death desegregation of city.
and later committed suicide br TO PREP FOR owned recreational facilities In
patting the shotgun In bit mouth Jacksonville will become effective
and putting the trigger. GOLF TOURNEY on January !. Federal Judge
The servant quarters of the Rryan $tmp'on announced' this I

home of Mr, Sally Slrkln. termet Bar Mitchell, the nation'snumber week ,,
wife of Leon Slrkln. motion one golf tournament dl. The 3 million dollar.: 12.000- t
acre developer. 2144 Flamingo rertor. arrived here this week. to seat colfseura. completed just y 1
Drive, was the eene of the set the. wheel In motion for bla three week lIfO will probably
hooting.ttatel. sixth annual "Snrth- outh Golf hare the most effect
Caroline Smiley :C. was Tournament", played over the The order applies to all public
taking a hath about 1 pm. championship course nf the Miami facilities Including the Gator :
when the wan kll'ed Metro Detective 5priaa Golf and CountrrClub now swimming.. pool I., play
Set rtruee Kerry said the annual sport event at grounds etc

Jobn Elmer Mills, U. of 220NW tracts he met outstanding professional Last year eHr otnclala ordered
18th Terr., was Identified and amateur golfer' of municipal. golf: rourve Mid to
aa the killer. both sex For th* last three years Private operator when they weredeeegrefrated r'1
The woman broke oft her three It ha ben Integrated with whit They have not In.dlrated .
Tear friendship with Mills about players coming' In from all sea what. action. they will
three week am and he waa ap. tloa Af the ceuatrrThe take under the new order
parent jealoaa.fteaeath The. directive. applies whether
the bathroom window upcoming golf $aute will the faellltle are operated br the
Mill. stood on a garbage can and be the moat outstanding ever city or br other, under any
fired- from a 12-gauge shot gun prevented br Mitchell and hla other. form of le.*.. rental 11.|
one shot which lilt aide of the board of director To attract eenee or concession front the
woman's fare tearing her bead player sad followers from allover city I II
off the couatrrtra dar
Mills was seen br a neighbor i of play hag teen added plus aeveral BRITAIN
who rerognlted him aa he ...anr.I new social, evonta. On the
ed away with the gun. A des. I strength of an open Invitation I Kvrrrane hen tern tr-ln.T! Into Tt,.R.> t nr ) f':7: J H r-.
n-lpUol of Mill was broadcast from the governor of the Dana. NIXES BIASA I help! the t'nJtrd Fund campaign and row Veti :.a Pr.cau: ; .l
br police. maa It i* likely that the event will bill Including: this croup of Venda Rrl Harris.
making It Illegal to dlsertminate i
teenager from llnly Hedrrmrr
rer. special
to Nassau
Peres
Patro'man Otto ipottedUllla move ,
I against any person because I and Northwestern Schools, Thecroup Other workers In tgrout
.. carnival week Thl affair la being
In bU ear about 2'U I
p.m..t ,
of race, religion or color worked under the direction not shown artI' U. '< .Hop ms.Gwendolyn .
th.t..m..nt
for
arranged
NW 105th at and 7th specially
are. was given Its flrH Calfeway. $: odrahand.
approval br ,
of
I) W "Prof Wilson.ara .
and forced" the ear to the curb. and visitor aa arood.will Britain' House of Commonsthis ler.chalrman for North .. J..lla tl'le. I.........
Mllla pat the muzzle of the gaa gesture on the part of week It would prohibit ra. I.Ilwrty City.Volunteer MeKI....'. $Mny HWUM. Ml.ehael .
to bla mouth pulled the trigger the official of this l Island para. eta discrimination In licensed Hands. W..*..* __ ....
His head was blown off. dicece hoarding' House, restaurants, workers shown aboveare Hodcy T..fI1R. OaexlfaItcuith.
- -- --- bar dance ball and all publltplace I Mr Wilson.. Redfta Jo1H.vette .. .
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.. Carol liaison. nOM Maria
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fiorld* AAM Tnlversltr* Hat --.- -.--I JI.
firm the fittest scoring team I.tb. In
Mstory of the National Aasoctatlon ST. PETE JUDGE MIAMI CARVER

J:1 of Inter rellenute Alb.lettc I
r : I *. and the I.an.ste a Tnlveritv HALTS NAACP WINS STATE
Uoa stated
are to meet 'In
the :lIlt Orange IlbMsom ( Ins
sic football. game Saturday Of : PICKETSA PREP TITLE

10 before an anticipated crowd temporary Injunction halting
er r ut some SO.000 fan*. I! the o4ekHlng of Wehb'a D |>*rt- 1 Tlf MUml. Carver High gdw..l
AAM will carry a record of i mint more In M Ie..f.B>ur. ... Ha>...*.... won the ....$... Ittle''.e
1.1 Into the fray against the I ..,...f.-d this week by Circuit peep foethel' ehsmpiat-tom..
WI I.fl)'". winner of nine game In I, Judge Jack F WMte T.........' atilt whMataww ... rs.r. kmalt
1 CO and a string of 1C straight Dr. Ralph. Wlmbnsh loealjn OtvWH of Js**.*..*M.
I victories over a .two year period. ....sdent ef the NAACP was I; IS." In MtnanlQwrir ...........
The nattier have won 17 of II served with. legal. and
starts over a two.year period.In the pickets that have papeft been at. *>Mk Hr..s4 Hart ts>r.w
'Is) ,.,... tIBait FrsslsMi J....
Print Clifford Edwards and birthday were during August their last outing the Jake tempting to boycott several. ben. fc the Inrt" e..re a4 Half-
Princes Sbeba PeUraon &*d. a September and October worn ) .. downtown .tare. beean.e of MHTrelated
Gslk r-e >s'K 4 Rattlers tro ue. .....4 Andy Cnn a>rMc. went ft*.r
krfptrllf pictarw as Ihrn I feted with a surprise celebration I ed a stubborn Tens Soouthesteam withdrawn luortt counter, were var4 for the ........ TI). Cambrpdee -
reigned over the LJHIt C. Evans lat week Tt.'. new members are from Houston. 30.1 to ruQIh..r NAATp ......... agoa 13.yd.aes.ers .
Day activities. Th. ruaner.ups Ms! Gloria Smith, Miss JuanltaGabriel season scoring total to 471 dar leaders were given JO I plat .ad Hart aeoF4talrr
Pamela Drrll and An' Charles. Rogers. Mrs.Ias4r to answer the eemp' tat
were point and a fantastic nine game before Wye JaaJ from ere yards
thong Htndrti. | Parker and Miss Carolyn scoring average of 52 7 per I a besting on a plea for apermanent I apt
New teachers of LitHe C. Stub.*. Mr*. I. Lomas aDd Mrs. game injunction.Attorser. ,
Evans and other teacher whoseTallahassee MoCa.l are our new a..retariea.at for the store complained I --- --
In 27 classic gamin played to that the pickets blocked t,I
date the host Rattlers have won the store etra..+.* and atte.". Gaither Named to
Pickets It. dropped JJ, the ItSO Wll.berforc ed to dl eoi r..e customers from I
ent Hng the .tare*. I
fracas ended In a tla.
I (flee star? on gate 8) leaders are studvlng tb. next NAIA 'Hall of Fame'
by PolicePickets step to take after the Injunction. I
Dispersed
SOUTH AFRICA W P"t.eeteurg TW National '
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A* Aei |... of late
at a downtown variety White lunch couatera. promised Alh4.Ue* ...*...ft'd
store la Tallabaaaco were dispersed The Rev C K Steele. mtUtant GOES BACKWARD There are 10 m4H1oa Negroes seleethsn M'" nripaalsallon'aHall
br pollen two days eon. leader la the fight against aeg.relation and 1 mtnfofl white in that oftMrt ra-e"
secutlvelr this week to avert said poHee hd reject" Fouth Artea's S00.000 coloreds country This move will post .
George Taff said people of ml ted South Afrloa reUI. oHseHntlna.tto d by an )I.U..at.
trouble Mayor rd he See...*' rA.est for protection race -I tee for these eJMHrlhnrtnn t. ...
,, a hit) further and add
Their right to pKket peaceful.lr eventually| IHt given autonomy to the
and refused to Weak" up Mil. a. soeh wee. ftaHhor and
la being violated said one of 'In their own areas wader a Mialetrr already lol 4erhl" eondtUoaa
their leaders. They are demontitrating fans of white youths heokMng of Colored. Affairs Prim. I under which. |&. blacks arc fore. girl LPiss.. >>> Merrttt. former
against discrimination I aad shoving them. Minister Heedrik '..rw .rd baa Ml to live coach at '''.0&&. CaNf CeU...




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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA Job Opportunities

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 SEE THE WORLD'S
Department of Promotion and
GREAT
SPIRITUAL
Publicity Greater Miami Urban
>v------ ------g ------ --- League IIS NW First 8U H. LEADER
Allan Jr., vocational
services Whsatley secretary Phone FH AND rilYCHIC READER

Between The Lines. 1-6471. BISHOP HUNTERIf


_.-.--By GORDON HANCOCK for ANP Court Police Clerk Officer, A1
yen are sick or worried 4en1
4uawujiJ__uaA "uut4va_iA''' 1 uau3uiAL..ua______ .:.. Life GuardEngineering fall to eee me to-lay. Offlee k..n

Draftsman Straighten your hairat dally 1 p.m. te 9 p.M. Thii.....,
OUR THREE SUPER TASKS r.rkln'olatlon' Checker S
1 p.m. to p.m. Sunday 11 &.M.
-- (female) HOME In oneea.y te S .......
In our Master's treat lesson of
the Tine and the branches be Automotive Bqulpf ent OperatorTheatment application.N. I
Plant Maintenance
*eta forth the Interdependence of E'ectrlcan yea ... bars ....... READINGS
nations and race and men. It la melts. ....W.style seratf at SUMP
true the branches cannot UT Tree Trimmer bear taut wvst |* ink rem as .
without the Tine, but It Is Just as Stores Clerk ..... ...,.....
true that the vine cannot lire Toll Collector ,... dlrssMsaa, sss...y.--Wsk
without the branches. When the Public Works Foreman "...... a sewy ps'...... S417 SW 1TBL.< :.:.., i
Tine Is In trouble the branchesare SILKY STRATCOlffTLM
WESTHOLLYWOOD .
In trouble; and when the Recreation Center' Olrf't'tnrCommunl..atLon. RTOULAX "
sr ttrmj
branches are In trouble the Tine Technician
Big Economy Jar 'LA. .
Is In trouble. Engineering Aide snl ....... '1M

PolicemanTMayrround ..,..,.
c-.w.r W n'1. S MAT PROF. HUNTER
of nation
"Minority rroupn a areits Instructor
All COSMETIC COUNTUS
branches and their health Is / male. and female) ..
'ar ..I, a measure of the health
of the nation. When the Negroesof situation In the no longer "Dark -

this nation are In trouble the Continent" Is so delicately pots U1Ul
nation Is In trouble and Tlcewema. ed that nn one an tell what a .M 11J'C.aJnUrU ')Ul" .1IC

day may bring forth Whether

Today our great nation Is In graTe Africa matter goes and Communist Is a THE
what the Old BAHAMA
'erlouM trouble and that trouble South Is currently carrying on Is ROYAL |
involves Its surrUal. There arethree not helping matters. Already ges.
crest tasks Immediatelyhefnr' tures are being made toward

tint l le the us as retrieving a nation of our and lost the .Communism nabubu's recent and' UN In spite victory of Ka.the 519 PEMBROKE ROAD C L U R :

prestlre. There can be tittle doubt fact v w
remains
Lumumba-Urn'
U HALLANDALE FLORIDA
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that our 14 the most unpopular not dead In the Congo. When a !
nation In the world In spite of man must be Imprisoned to keep :
the rattlfons" and billions we baredrSTWfd people from following him, our il Presents-Classic EntertainmentFEATURING II
to th" hard-press.d ways and means of fighting Com
reentries of the world.At munlsm seem specious and In. :
effect I Te
the rtoxe. of Wor'd War 1.
the t'nft'd State* was easily the The generation of great moral
moot! popular nation of the earth effective strength' sterns to he our most QUEENIE'S TRIO
hHt Httle by little our prestire weapon and our llTetlest .
hope of 1
hat deteriorated until It hasreadied stemming the tide
low that of Communism. When the Tines DYNAMIC LADY ON THE DRUMS
a Is alarming < In trouble the branches are In THE ti

When the United States popular trouble Our precious 'Tine the
!* "d the sloran to make the I'nlted States of Am..rt.... Is cur. I' Friday, Saturday, Sunday Show
worM "sf for democracy andTaHed rently In great trouble.:

to make It safe for its Ne. Ii FEATURING AL BANKS AND SNAGS, EMCEE

crn ctlcens. It lost a world onportunlty Book Review at i "

a world' "'amnrln to tale full for charge the light of Dade FederalThe THE MISSILITES, Song Stylists g

That one great blunder has
haunted nw and out quest for Sneakers Dade Federal Ravings PRINCESS MARIE, "SHAKE T A.T AU
wnrl J leadership like a hundred bureau cordially In.
gMists of Tltes you to attend a honk review fe
nanquo That blunder ; COUNT ALFED "THE GREAT FIRE EATER"
by Mrs
!>.. Worn a stumbllnr block In Prank Kerdyk of ,

the Mruvg'.lne pathway: eagerly of oar nation to retrieve that II'a'\I{' The Ellen IAnl Chase, Ambition"Edison by Center Mary TABLES FREE-Except by Reservation '!J

lo. Community Room. Dade Federal The JACK CORBITT '
t prestige that bereares usnorely. Savings And Hear Singing Manager-
and Loan Association.
SHOO NW 7th are Tuesday. Dc We cater to lodges and frat miite.. Special arrangements for fc

Our lost prestige must be re.trelTed 20 at 1030. Coffee 10 to 10 30 charitable organizations II*
If we are to survive as a.m Admission' free by. reserratlon -
a first rlass nation If we are to only. Mrs Eium. PI. 7.3441 Monday and Tuesday Visit our Lounge-All Drinks 35
survive at all.

Again this nation must beN1'M TB SEAL SALES ...... 1U.:=r mr rjgjgjrrjguGysgJoysyES EVg '

from the. Old South which HITS 'A--. -. .V8"ii**aij&'s&AA'A"A"tfjitrAVfc'iAvv' .*.s-.vvu"iiva..;a.-A/'v *iia? Is bleedng It to death with Ita $85,522 _:r.--....-5? 'gy5y'g' 'g'-g| ..&..vSf.vv.T.vfifg. . .. .- _g'TTr, i'tT jrr Jtfgtiggrr'JniyyMgS |-

race prejudice' and Its **way of r
Mfen The way of life for the Contributions receded In thefirst AFTER THE CAME BE SURE TO ATTEND jj
Old South Is the. way of death two and one.half weeks of r i|fit!:

for the n_tin" ''hut "..", _"..., the annual Tubercutouls Christmae .
Sal reached MS'
at I.lttle. Rock a** what Is hap.penlne 522 throuKh Campalrn this mid-weekSs # THE ORIGINAL p!
at New Or'-ans and
what
(22 through th4s mid week'sto
wit) happen elsewhere, will olt1mter Paul Darns 19CO Christ !
Jr.

and branch.ThM| destroy country. our l t.. not nation wealthyfftm root County mas More Seal than Tuberculosis chairman 21.000: of Dade Association the bun Dade' I= 1

*h now nor will It ever hf" tiaras haTe responded to date F1 Classic Dance
eelthr enough to buy up public Goal for this year. !. "10.000 i, I I
oMftlon such a. t Is being destroy. to support the year round pro. \!
.M In Mttle Rock and New Or. gram of the Tuhercu1o l .'''OC'.. '
leans Communist' Russia and latlon. which. Include TH dft r. I Ij
Communist' j tlon by It. Christmas Seal mobile I II '
China need .. !
er al'l' ,.. than t*'" III no great X ray unit: and .. .
In the Old South These cropping Com out I public education effort 'trn.1 1 !;1 IN ?i SAT r.
DEC.
munlfts do not need an atomic vices to TR patients and their' J 10
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war tmln th.up..maf'7 of families. The local Tuberculosis' i$ Mi\ 11;
Assoclaton also supports fellowships i
the world All f v haTe to do Is i
to sit tlcht and wait, and the and. Tit research at the S Ift l l 10 P.M. p
N....rophohes of the Old South University of Miami School ofMedicine : to 5 A.M. '::

rtirrentlr operating In Little 1 ,y 7 Continuous Hour of Dancing and Entertainment j";
J
Rork and New Dr. T. E Cato. director of the s tt
Orleans will hand .
them this nation as It were, on Dad. County Health Department M; At The =M1
a platter. urged every Dade Countlan to '
respond quickly and generously) Palace
What happened at tJttle Rock to his Christmas' Seal letter.Eightyone | flm I/Bffiiy/ CITY 1
and what .It currently happening cents of every TH k
to New. Orleans Is tike unto Christmas Seal dollar remains In ,
ring I at the root of the an tree.ax Dade County. 13 cents goes to 4 N.W. 17th Avenue and 70th Street ,r.:

One moral eadershlp of the the State Tuberculosis Association Featuring
THOSE
FABULOUS ;:
world has suffered. to the point and slv cents to the National Vn ;
where It Is almo non-eilstent Til Association which earmarks : :
What :>ader.hlp ire haTe left' Is one cent of that for research. | FAMU COLLEGIANS
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..om..hownnftf'f'tf"d with oar The Christmas Seal Campaign
purse.sirinffs When this ends on Christmas Day. i j
coun.
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try...... to hand out It will

hand. oTer Its leadership to oth Preparationlly I n Plus Preston "Ghost" |
. ,.. Marshall// and his Orch.
lly \\, Henry Huff for .AM lt
The Old South will The future U for those
ultimately y
!
be the damnation of our nation Who for It now .'r'rMn'iThis PLUS-Sen.ational All-Star Entertainment i i3I ;:Y:
Finn our great nation cannot worUt forever" owe *
bear the burdens the Old South Each raw an equal. share. ._-.... .....-. t":::
1s 'Imposing upon It Some way Hut each nitiM haTe the wit N 9

must United be States devised from to the saTe Old the To In sisal claim, trriiarr and get for his It own: p; Adm. $1.50 (tax incl-Reservations: OX 1-6723 $:;;{j

South. The ways of the Old South I Or oleo hi. chancy t. gnne !
are not the ways of national lug Adv ticket on sale: Palace & North's
prestige and surrlral. Future Designers U Travel Bureau
; The P.tll'amt .. .
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And finally one of our great The Future Designers of Miami I M; ; their : : NO-Tov: tr.-: \'- ? nw nM'mbf'n of I.un'. f. :::
tasks Is to find more effortreways large you to attend their third i Queens AlMI other key IIPf"tftl' aNu. 9larching ,.X.'t
11..1
.I' at this Stellar
and means of foiling the I annual Fashion Sip Dec 11. I M1q I,+ .1...tal 1ttWaC..t this lane.. :
advance of Communism In the from 4 to f p m at the J E .21: attrsctlun. ;=X
world. Africa It seething ..ltbun..t Scott' Auditorium 72:; NW 22nd t'L

and with possibKUes. Toe are No admission ..: ....i:-....".;i c. e. : ._ _1.;:..* ..* ... ...-t: ... ... -.l... ........ -s- :-
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CIIAHLKS Dlo Classic has become enchantment and enjoyment with an additional' 15 to 20 floats, and
117 3. ftMirn ni da A and M t'nlrersltr. la unique ange !M>m
In the annals of American I unique In the annals of American numerous parties, dances and some 1 A high school bands from
lade )Miami in all Its splendor From a modest .poru.1 sports." very conceivable type of enjoy'ment throughout the state. and a
and colorful outdoor en 1944 which attracted being made available to famed mw4eal I aicresmtton from
I ehantment awaits the thousand fans to a great American sports The '60 classic and festival. the visitors The Maml Chapterof Nassau In the. D'...... .. will be
of out-of-town visitors who are spectacle which drew a record wit; begin formally on Friday. I FAMU Alumni Association has ee.n by an anticipated 7S.OOO to>
expected to converge upon this 44.C4S paid admissions In 11. Dec. 9 with an "abbreTiated parade" a full calendar of sodal events *fl.* tropical paradise for the fabu. has been the story of the classic. through downtown Miami. scheduled that run the gamut
The famed 132.piece marching i from dance to breakfast nrtng the Interim betweenthe
lout 2Sth< annual Orange blossom And throughout Its colorful history pre-claslc
Classic and Festival scheduledfor since Its inception the class band of the university, long a I: party to pre-game and post end of the parade and the beginning -
Dec f-10. ale has remained the "child" of favorite of Miami parade Tlewcrs. !game dance They are all slated' of the pre game show In
Florida A and M Unrenltrconceited will be featured. Other units Mary Bllsabeth lintel :Umg a the Orange Howl the fans will
Highlight of this truly treat as such nurtured in scheduled to participate Include tand mark of this fabled' city once again take advantate of
festive extravaganta will be the the same rein-and ,now fully ma. the university. float with Miss the time available. tn pursue the"recreational"
football game between the once lured as the fifth largest promotional FAMU and her court and the At six o'clock Saturday mornIng I p nmlt, of thin
beaten Florida A and M University game In football and Miami Coca-Cola Bottling ('0. the special Orange niowom favorite towriM city.
Rattler, defending nationalNegro the only one entirely sponsoredby float that will carry queens of Classic train Is scheduled to arrive .
The FAXir Marching 100"has
grid champions, and the an Institution of higher learning the fire local high schools and bringing hundreds of visitors .
unbeaten who decided to "take the ones again uswlrr the dirce'inn
and untied Langston the tAn .ton band.
Unlrer,. Lions. The two grid. Friday evening Is slated to classic special the ,.....r." The of Its famed drector. Dr.
Ito titans are scheduled to clash One well known sports editor bring the first big surge of out train .Is scheduled. to bring fans WIHIam P. }Footer planned a
before an anticipated record-' recently: wrote The 'classic as of.town visitors who are expect from throughout the Northern.Western superb It"-nm. show. .\ spec
breaking crowd of 10.000 at 8 many people label It, Is the ed to come via plane, boat (from flastern and Central tacttlar half-time show Is siated.

p.m. Saturday night, Dec 10 on mnM-attend. mu.t......, onr.ln-a. Nassau. chartered buses, and sectors of the state.Saturday .
the emerald green turf of the lifetime spectacle of our American auto (and maybe a few enterprising
wortd.famed Orange Howl Stadi heritage" Another out college': males will resort to at 12:30: p.m. the ma. The lAne ton Uon art ft.
um. standing sports scribe asserted that time worn and proven U) Jor parade and an outstanding 1.1| tn nrrhe In Miami onnfteriMMm.
'. For the exuberant comb? great American tradition hitch feature of the two day event, TTmnllay IVc. S) viarhiniered
The Orange blossom Classic nation which accompanies the liking). will get underway. Again theclassic nlrlln.T fur their' iVc

once a dream envisioned by J. ft pagrntry of marrying feet colorful With the famed "Moon Over committee' off Ida.*. A and In Issuer lll.Mi.
E. Lee Jr.. then business mana. floats, beautiful women and.pinetlnallnr Miami" theme the city will become M and Lanton bands Miss tcrntenl with I be Flr H get now vice president of Florl- football the Or. one gay festive place of FAMT and her court, joined by ",..I.I1 nhrr..ltrII ltattlf-....

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SIR JOHN PLANS SATURDAY DECEMBER to, 1960 PACE 3 t


BIG CLASSIC MAN KILLS SON I !
I MAN SLAIN IN ,

WEEKENDA I 4!
ATTEJ1PTSSUICIDE GUN BATTLE II \\1

Jam-packed.... din of fun I ,

and entertainment have been I OVER WOMANA
planned for the nio' ..om Cn...'le A lob|... laborer took revenue '..

at the fftbulott Sir I Jnhn Hotel on h1. tfcr...e.vear old son when 4f-....ar nld farm worker .
bv the Miami I chanter nr th. Fla "e choked Wm to death when hltlun who apparently tried to nut
A."" M University Alumni Association. to kill hU wife Ml tbrotith.omtclde draw a shotgnn leveled at his r f
defective said Satnr.:
stomach wa killed Instantly Sat

Edwin T.m*rttt.. and !Ssm STRon. unlay. detectives said
M 1.ratfnn Jr of
llahtn..wn.rmanar.r of the Sir: The dead man. Jeff Clark of
ISIS NW SUh st was found
22210 SW lath court still hada
John lolntlv d'IW"nef'd the I'um.DI'
i dead on. dl.earded bed In a .Anger the trigger of 3*
.calen%r of events and oth. on a
weed rown tot at'W SSth Ter
revolver In his pocket when
., entertainments panned f rthe
..'.....t at the official headquarters. end 17th ave. Metro Dectectlve Jain..ltum. I\
The father. S9.vesrotd! Ronald
bert arrived
'
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'..H'"'' Patton admitted the slay I I i1
Arthur I.e. WUson. 22 of
Thn"<1av nlrhtNassau Junk +nr after a rro p of bor. fonndhe I DAI. Farms Quarters Princeton ;:. I ....-
II. -- --
anon D nce 10 n m. In !Studio 2. chl'd's hrfviv ald.' The chid '. where the shooting occurred was
FrM.TPreC's..lc Dtnc In 1.4 been dead since about noon held for Investigation. I Til.i: MIIKT: : ,\(MI.r.lh, IllMk, lather lillHMMi .....1It""t.

the Knight nut Club from tSO Thursday I Humbert ,*td the men were I. .. TtMtHl.rf> (illnMtn .*)* In-tut .... Imrk "Mr Ultnia llul
p m oneS ITomlrMe Detective C M argutnr Wilson's dkt..... fir I.IKIO IKTMMI. nllrfMl .
.
over common .l|"li,, father .iII iS. | rrl lrtit
Shepherd said Patton was book.d law wife. Wllla Mae Iraq rim nil A.MM..! I*! llN "|irr,.
.t",...... Ttrenkfast In the for first derre. murder They armed for a Kelly.half hour. ,..U|>k* %.\.'(.,' FrrrvliMii I'liinlIMnnrr of tier \|Un.l N.\ \ri' IWAIK",
Kn eht best herfnntnr at 10 !,.m. Detectives said Patton took his Then Clark tried to draw the betel this Kirk. In Sew f..._ .1\ .......,... Jail fur .fu.h.at
and crtntlnntnr Ill dawn on Into the dense nnderbrnth revolver and Wilson rut him llurtlr. AI h......,.<**. l>r. ,\lfirriM I' lu ri.1....... Iwaiw h nirtnlMrliliII..H.U let
and left him on the bed where dnwn with a single shot 1'swi'" flly. ,'".... left an !X.IM I Ilk IA?..
Holsum Bakers to Patton himself had slept daring .
the six weeks he was separated --- --

from his wife I..nra.
Have Clank Float He then met his wife and
planned' to kill her police said I 4c1.

Holsnm' TUkew will snnnr a hut was frightened away when
fV\at In It.e Or."re blossom he became suspicions lie man ito 0
f'1asai. Psrtde which taken plae* the lot where the ..htlet-
at noon S tnrdav. Pr.."..., T''. dresed up to go to the store (.s
dean fast announced" Colorfulr was asleep He choked the boy. 28th ANNUAL

deorte he lenrttv float wt'l e rrr "\fsIndl | ting .Ms wFt.... the poHce af'.
.n River rn."h" and a count continued
nnmker of ot''.r tovelr belles
-- -- --
trnm the Vero Reach area f ORANGE

When Th- T m.. w.M to tt.-s t/
a number of TMI** TTI-r a_.
rids had b*... nonfnstMl for the .'?
n'.... as "Ml. Indian Rlvrf
r""t." and hsltnan. will d. I
t.rmlne h.. tA4av 'rrAa., which t/

*>' the attractive ,fete trill h.re : t l IL
the osltlon of prominence on the I
f'oat PLUS r


pr...M.nt rash? .sIA. a f** nrof The Famous
the Host will He a sqpplr of 132-PIece 4r.t; NATIONAL i NEGRO I CHAMPIONS i
*''0 1ndl.n Ttlv.e orsn._ which 1.

the Itr..tt.. rlrU will tot. to FAMU __ FLORIDA I 1 AaM J YS.
.n..r fors .'''''1' the route of the
4T
parade. I MARCHING S Undefeatedspectacular

BAND In two Langston
PLENTY HOTEL "

p ;T4 University

SPACE FOR shows
Langston, Ok.


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I "t'h. plenty of hotel '.pac.avsllahla FOR THE NATIONAL CHAMPiCHSHilMBMBB

ark a* tsaulaab:.
rst.a r'.."1-- P '?A'th ..h." For the best in hair we v

of t..e Oran.e TVo.*om (lassie visit or call the Modernistic LAKE WORTH
hoo"' CHOICE
Beauty Salon. Hair i wee ftroifft HAVIN
.. the 21'h annntl event
ef HIALEAH
".h. n'.'' for TV' It.'" On !Sat covers bold spots, thickensand MIAMI NOUtl IU .eh A.., L.h WNt"
ATHliTIC
nrdsr nleht the Rattier meet : lengthens the hair and
DOWNTOWN
U MIAMI say .NUl.h Delve ALSO
the I irton r f)oni In the Or the hair can be styled beau. TtCXIf OfllClan
anfe bowl Stadlam.Peront N. MIAMI BEACH HNt" Tr1I04N.W.. .
drtlrlnr honlnr fnr tifully. I M. nn w. el 4 Ana
GOODS
aoaiiwo
the fl...lr land this 'n.tud. hotel CORAL CABLES iMttiTf c.....," aw s..r.
We give permanents on 1140 HO. hard '1.
snare on fhnloaa Miami OUT aurur votf SHOP .7 o ".W. ISlli Av*.

Bearh should contact North si hair ..... HOLLYWOODOITM IA4Irt IIUk.tli Htl
any type 2162'.... 4.""
follow- North's Travel n ire n 441 N.W. 14 A.*.
..... Miami nis K MOat SHOP
.
1101 NW ant BEACH
phone Is FR ,.ITT! 826 N.W. 3rd Ave. MIAMI MIICAN1HJ lANK JHQ n.ltr..t.d W... s Or..4 Me Cud Oewgs Ars.N .

In addition to North othermembers FR 4.9944 II.'.'. Ie& r;...e. A... FORT LAUDERDALE wt ,.. M.L 5.rtr14lA1t10N'S .
".,64. A&M uaJ..,.."
of the hoalnr' commit 5501, lItor
&
tM include Dr. Ira P Dtrl SU.I.IR COI.LIX8. TechnicianKLMVIU : a en.4 lasts u.M a 10128th I-L 2.4'". ..n......... ,a..

Karl: nuhosrle nr Ment niihon $1... W kKM/.d .
tie Ore.ne. Flelden. Ine. and I:. FAXXI.V, Prop s s : s1'I
Sultan Cole partner Venn Cole' I IAHOdatta.
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 PAYOLA FUNERAL

Washington a House Investigating Committee said HOME TO BEMEMORIALIZED

that Florida State Road employees who accepted cash

r gifts from highway contractors face scrutiny of Federal
Unique In funeral enree I b .
prosecutors. remodeled Oscar L. Range Pan.ml .

!! Complete transcripts of the hearings will be turned that Home will b@, at memorallxed S727 NW 17th In hon.a..

-: over to the Department of Justice. or of Itt founder Oscar nan '
The hearings have shown that thousands of dollars, Sunday. Dec 18 at 4 o'clock
1-0421
Main Office 4t 1740 N.W. 18th Avtnue-Phone OX
jobs for state During the ienrlee an ..
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave, Miami, Florida-Phon* FR J-22U I easy loans, case of whiskey and part-time painting of the late Mr. Ranr.
employees supervising road jobs. wlU: be nnrelled. The addr. -.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Fourteen employees have been discharged from the wl 1'1 be dellrered by the R. -
ONE YEAR $4.50 SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.71 to light. Edward T. Graham mlnlMer ..'
road department since the payoff was brought Mt. Zion Dtptlit Church. Soloist-

Gartn C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Buslrt. ..* Mana0 will be Mr*. Doretha Payne, and
lln Valdez Murray. A selection
... E. SIGISMUND REEVES. Editor
I will be given by the D Itllt.
.a..1 N% *-*m.t t 1... M ttrr. ,.up", 0. 1V27. at the Pout Office WARNING FOR TEENAGE BOYS II Organ pottlude will be rend* r.
at Mutni. llortita. under the act of March 8. IA7O the Juvenile ed by Mrs. Isabelle Blue an..*.
Judge W. E. Culbreath, presiding over Mr. Sadie Johnson.
t ItKPO OF TIIK.: NKCmo: PItI*-4" Court Wednesday). i issued a warning to juvenile gangs. Featured In the remodc.. d
Tin: >K mo ..It..."vt better* that Ainrnra can be4 *..| the world The warning came after he had sentenced a 16. home I Is the new reception room
from rectal MM! national anlact ol rare, to'or or erred. hU human and IreI right Mating year-old boy to the State Industrial School for an indefinite selection room reposing tooM:

no man tearing IMI niar-ihrgro lre,+,. riven to hHp eterjr mar period. and Infant's chapel.
An the Ann belief hat all men are hart a. long M anyone U beta' I The boy was convicted of killing Josea Maxwell, 25, The public Is Invited to attrn.l

back. in a street fight. The boy was thought to be the leader the new serrice facilities and at to nan Inspect fI. T'tv-

THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKCordial of a gang known as the 20th St. Sharks. building was remodeled nn i .
the direction of architect Kes. -
relations exist between President Eisenhower Addressing a group of witnesses suspected of gang Avery with Stanley Ilulldr
and President-elect John F. Kennedy. Following a activity Judge Culbreath said : Inc, as the contractors.

three hour conference on Tuesday the president-elect reported 'I've had a bellyful of gangs and violence and threats SIT-IN ENDS IN

that President Eisenhower assured him he wouldbe of violence.
glad to be of future service to the country if asked to "From now on if I can prove A boy belongs to a gang SCUFFLE IN JAXAs

serve in the new administration after he leaves the White I'll have him picked up whether he has done anything or a result of a.. brief IIf'U"

house on January 20. not and if I find one with a gun or a switch blade knife. NAACP Inrolrlnr leader twohit.herauw men of and N .a--

The President-elect is selecting his Cabinet one by I'm going to send him away for a long time. It.In demonetratlon. **." .
one. lie now has Governor Luther Hodges of North Carolina downtown rarletr stores In Jack
"1'11 fill up Youth Hall and I'll fill up the Industrial fwrnrllle Honed their lunch cou
as Secretary of Commerce; Governor Abraham Hibi- School and if I have to .I'll fill up the County Jail but ten on Wednesday.
coff of Connecticut as Secretary of Health and Welfare; I'm not going to tolerate any more of this. P.aln clothes detective I. >
Stewart L*. Udall of Arizona as Secretary of the Interior, O Crew halted the pair a, .*
former It's I warning boys, better take heed. cursed and shoved C. oTouehfttone. -
Gov. Adlai Stevenson, Ambassador to the United a timely the demonntra-

Nations and Atty. Stewart secretary -- --- and threw his hat on the floor
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I North Dade Choral "

ABOLISH METRO? Presents Christmas !
l
Metro Commissioner John 31. McLeod, who will soon Program LIBERTYt

be ofT the commission is much displeased with the Metropolitan The rhnral' ortt of North
government and would like to see it abolished.On Dade Junlnr-Etrnlnr hlah lI..hnnl
Tuesday he tried to get the commission to havean will i.rnt 'fa anntia: rhrtttma
TELEVISION CORP. I
ThiriwIaT nltht. !>-
nrnrram nn
election in order to change the charter, but failed. <.Mla'r 111i at I5 p m ." t1"r ,
Commissioner McLeod said he would set up an office ****} auditoriumTH I'
and hire someone to run it. lie wants to get 10,000 qualified "rnr.i,i HtHlr tt e tl. PRESENTSSYLVAN1A
-*.fl Ift" of fHarl- Jot... willfeature
electors to sign petitions If he succeeds his proposal. nativity 'erne" a vUlonof '
would he placed on the ballot in a special election on rhrfitma* avid nmt. from 1961 Model
March 2. Uandr''s hoauilfnl Me*.lah The
Qxlety. whleh has rerHred rreat Slimline)
Commissioner' McLeod would like to all municipalities
see
*eealm from meal and state.wMe \.
except Miami abolished and extend the Miami erltte present Mh a pM. (\'
City limits to embrace the entire county. lie also favors (tram each rear to eel 4>rate the \
cutting the number of commissioners back to five. rul thl..a.nn. __
The nera1 rmMIr U Invited
Metro U now three years old. Undoubtedly mistakes 'n attend thin. pro r ram Then
have been made ; but they must be used as stepping. will he no adml..lon rharrd
stones. The chances Cnme out hrlnc yo"r friends and
for
making a change to suit Commissioner
ct 'In the spirit. of th. PhrlMma Ii
McLeod is hardly I possible. ...anon with the North Dado !
Choral' floefetv next Thurndav ate L l
15 p m In the vehooi auditor lI 1 I!
JAX TO DESEGREGATE him
I

Jacksonville will have to desegregate its public fa-

duties, according to an injunction (issued by United
StaU District Judge Ilyron Simpson last week. .k

The suit ra'ling' for desegregation of the city's recre .
ational facilitiei, was brought by Atty. Earnest Jackson

repreen4ing Charles: Brown. Frank Hampton. 1<:. J. Norman
and Ke\ :*. S. Johnson. Judge Simpnon's injunction

ordered the city to stop segregation in any and all recre-

ational facilities within 30 days.In !
a previous suit filed in the District Court by Negro A

golfers seeking to use the golf courses, the city lost H
the suit. They sold the courses to private interests for use wm 1
of whito only.I model 23T13

Judge Simpson indicated that when the injunction \1:

is tiled, his order will be broadened and apply to any city The Dreyfus Fund is a mutual investment $199.95
owned facility opened to the
general .public.
fund in which the management
\\Vdnrday the new Chamber of Commerce Com L\AMA space-saver 23"liblc TV. Big wide
munitRt.Iatlor.s Committee was in conference discus hopes to make your screen his squared corner safety screen with bomk .
sing the racial situation in Jacksonville. money crow and takes what shield. Convenient top-of set tuninj. Excellent trim .
it considers sensible risks area reception. Durable metal cabinet, enamel finish-.
tt in decorative ebony tone. 23*overall diagonal m.urcment. (
CITY GARBAGE TAX In that direction. 277 sq. in viewing area.

r+. ...VM CM tomt......., M s !1
CitIana.er Melvin! Reese has recommended to the DPIYFUS LfYBTMWT PROGRAM Fully Reconditioned TV SetaE
City Commission a $16 tit tM s,...... ccMM t...
a year garbage tax and collection
..
.
M
f. d waa.w a 1tyw 1au/
to be made on a biweekly schedule. Manager Reese said t yr t.ar. s/. M.aao, s.1.Fwrsa -Z CREDIT ;
there was $190.000 in a revolving! fund to buy equipment \\,
for the operation. 1 Ir..Ir...

Our garbage collection is outstanding and gets many J. D. Mayor and Co. $39.95 up j 1
compliments but
we are not spending enough on other
things said the manager. WI 1.74458 or WI 5.2225 $10
down
Well all of our taxes have been increased this year, I*. n. Ibu 4| virta HnuKh.Miami. delivers to your home
however another $1.34 a month won't pauperize us. Cleanliness 1 Year (;iMtmntrr on !
pane ant labor
is next to godliness. IT.. I...... (;UANhl..1
reform on all m Jke. of IrlcrUion.

I .... .: "......... !... I Shop from
GARBAGE DEBT '' home. Call ua and and have our sales
Metro will collect due _':: :==: : ,. _.....f.fi representative come out to
over garbage tax. There are i ,.... ..+x kaa......i r. J..... .....?. see you
15,000 property owners who have not paid the tax. the Open 9:15 a.m. to 9,15

amount due Is 385000. On Wednesday charges were .. -.... ......-......-- p.m.
filed n era ins t 50 delinquent tax payers by the state attor- j 915 HW 62nd'St.; '
When they ney. appear court they will face a penaltyor I ti

$1,000 or 30 days in jail. That b the law. i c.." 1 1Wa.._ -----1 i t,



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rUE MIAMI TIME4 MIAMI FLORIDA
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eTHIS and I o SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 PAGE 5




THAT -- I!i shopping weeks left I GRAND ACE GRILL OPENING_



By !RUTH N. POLITE I USE CHRISTMAS SEALS

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MAKING FRIENDS. Many Would you like to "walk away" FIGHT IB & COFFEE SHOPFeaturing
people delude themselves with c cc
with a beautiful 4
.bat as
a prlietYou
the Idea that they hare a host of might be. the lucky person jnistla GCfttn19b0
friends because they are apparently Do
come out. Members and offl
popular. cers will be pleased as "pie" to tQ STEAK AND ONIONS WITH POTATO SALAD

Hut being popular and making greet you. Mrs. Muriel WilliamsIs i'
blends are two totally different president." : GW. 6856 N.W.15th Avenue

proportions. Anybody with a -_ "*
Mttte tact a Ittle intelligence, 4, 1960A
OPEN
ALL NIGHT
and an ordinarily developed capacity PERSONALS. Dade County
for lying can manufac School Secretaries Associationgave D21
ture popularity; and when a a Pre-Classlc Dance at the
man spends money recklessly, or famous Fiesta Club on Thursday nllEWE
gives the Impression. that be Is evening. The affair was well at. CACTUS CAIK "' AMtC
doing so, It Is ridiculously easy. tended. Everyone had a glort.
ously good time. Officers of the
The man who starts out with a group are: Bernice Hunt president WELCOME! VISITORSTO
determination to be popular may ; Rutha Adams, secretary
gather to himself some cheap Edna Clarke, treasurer Marga.ret .
honors. perhaps some wealth; but Reynolds, public relations THE CLASSIC

real friends and real honor are chairman Two charming la.
likely to be denied him.
dies have delivered addresses of
SAVOYSATELLITE
How are we going to make note within the ?ast week or so.
friends! Perfectly simple just They are Mia tiarnette Walker
be yourself, making yourself ai and Mrs. E:. B. Thomas. Mils
decent as possible and really Walker spoke: to a gathering In
worthwhile which U one of the Opa Lock area and Mrs BARMIAMI'S

the most difficult things In the Thomas spoke In Tampa Retired !
world.Tin. principal Frances S. Turk I II

? man who has the most real er left Wednesday morning to I
NEWEST
AND MOST
BEAUTIFUL BAR
spend a few weeks with her !IJounK..r
friends l 1s he who helps the other j I II
fellow; not for anything he daughter Doris and her I
family The Lundys are popular 1
des to gain for himself but .
statHf because it gives him sat with the young social set la the : ,
District On the ahuUln list "'
Popular prices the bottles
Maetlon. I I on
are two amiable girls who shouldbe ......

lie Un't conscious' of makingKMrtfie out and around again soon dale, thick
I
tar teievte t
a
*.*. He tent looking for They are Mesdames Vera Austin II h. had a head!" I All drinks 35c, including scotches
ajtory or honor lie doesn't think and Mrs Earl Wells The
nether be Is selfish or unself Zeta Cleffs created quite a stir
..... He is natural, because It isthereat with their renditions" of When I .MH| rnjoitMti *| Its |"_Ule- .
with him or be hasCtfMtvated You'r Sailing and Thank God tickling beet It'"i.two "1', feign
and acquired' a nature for a Garden Dr A W. Henry fawn our kltcl.ro. VUlt u. |IM|.). SAME MANAGEMENT AS THE NEW LOUNGE

.i manner. was called out of town to bury r
his mother 8he was funerallsedla 1327 N.W. 3rd AVENUE
There fc. only one way to make Ft Myers on Wednesday a.m.
It .u. KUIHNUc. sad the way Ispffe Friends who knew "Jlnkcby"
tly .am....... DC ONE Leroy MrCullouth, mourned his ..iw rfev/w6 Come out and get acquainted

passing He was quite a jolty "
good natured fellow If you

MtiMOKAHILLIA.OHANiiC ULOiSOM Haturday.CLASSIC Dec.la. staged mlliHdrutb.by the Brthune." In Elernrn Action boob N.N( U Art, 6222 N. W. 7th Ave.NEXT

time i
to Clause Time a tary M'hoolahaDIII on you The MIAMI, fufP. .
o4! memories.ataioel.s ,
which stirs up talent
on parade was astounding
oi those- who were en. ,
The
strongest Madison Line this
4*.>.i with Indomitable; courage side of Baltimore was truly' Inaction DOOR TO JACKSON'S STORE
"
wit paved .... proverbial FAMU I
Itt_..., to this day of all days. JOIN THE NAACP! -
Birthday Greetings with Best w
ttrt la th* paaaroma of mem.
Wishes for Lasting happiness
,. .... THOMAS ANN
.**.. ? are sent to Joseph Gre.ne. Hhar
Giftifc. o.e of the founders Hei mayne L Thomas E C Thomas
.tffe4iH'l in the Fla. Leglsla
Judge J D. Johnson. Jeanette
tar a Mil that provided for thetMtlmet Goa. Cedilla Willie P Wit .

s+. of FAMU. We llama, lona Cook. Mabel L Wll.
tht.fc et I>r. NATHAN HENJA- lams Anthony Simon. klattieMcI'iaul
illS YOVNO who was president Kay II MrGhow Vlvi
for ZZ tr.ac years. Standing ora Galn y W Eugene Dun Open.lxou.se.: .
.... in bold relief is
..-.J and romb" Jr. Thelma McDonald.Haiel .
Dr. J K. K l.Gt: 8R presidenttura Owens. Lee Etta Tbo....

the transitory period oftrwrtfc Helen Trot man. Patricia Aar.a. ... .
la long
whose strategy Holmes.Van .
Martha Jaekson. Thelma
rae.*.t planning. mingled with Jlo....... Jeffrey Rutherford.
... Mae art el eiemplifying good
Sydney Trot man. MJ'*ryl MlkrtiLJIIle ..
aM latrprsoaal rela.
r-fWNMkl : )I. Green Pauline WIIHs.
......... k dlrt-et.y responsible "
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el Ui. concrete pro
for MNMrt
Thought for The Week Wn
today Thre stand
ar-M w' see
III of thee. live
nfn speak so aslobody
lag tMi4 him Is his. loyal and .
tr..4.*t fHMKi J .... 1IKAUO Sit may believe them. Open: '

rrr. pr..i l...<. one time coach -
u4 head of the athMlc depart.

M<..t Thenapiwara. Iiaa4masterr Orchard VillaPreaent."Night
r wtJ.< the band eemposdw
21 w !..* members Dean of MAN N'SSO
IM.w Itofefcs was the only' drum FLEISCH
!per Neat we see some of thefeoibali Stars"The
greats of the early 20'sIUdo .
..rtec A. J. White. Orchard Vllta IHemeatary
beef. Hilt Utok Smith. Sleepy School presents Its Night of Star
&f........ Kugene Hradferd.Half I production .hi..h.11I feature SMART
.,. --JuMe Hracx the I lutsfandlnc artists sueli a. the
AH Amrwa immortals. Christacraham. rarribhan Crowns with Lord TO SERVE
SralMtry. uhbfOr" H'fnkv Ltaabo Kin* It InHw. ).
JMl.,.*.. MaaUy. 14t.ra.aD Leroy Lang combo featuring 60 SMART xTIO
..4 a host ut other made dim by NT Wallace Oft organ The 1
Ute amring years Mlacld, with ,la4ln. M C vocalist Prank BUY !
ts>. flttter and gory of the *.e srM> Gattha Parkins from the
.HW4> Hi Saturday evening will& r>on trmchan Revue Miami
.* lh. ...4rita of those wo have Reach comics and other' o"'.
... o. to tee final ",rI4'roa.' fsndlH artist from Tt...*-
Ti 9'I> *". there puiunr for thera and screen. will be held Wed
. ... .ad ."en They'll be a.*.da. Dee 14 at I p.m. la the
t.... urciM the RATTLERS TO rhool eafetoriMm 'located at 5720 a .
8TKIKB' AND STRIKE AGAIN NW 13th ave \ $

... _4 L "-l t21 rmu.I VI'
Orchard ''I'am h- r .r > f .I IN
Designers of Mismi D1.?
TtiFuture seated In the Orange Rloseam EIStNMAN
the i ? '
devoted
a group to riassif Parade on Saturday
atiMy of high fashion through Little Lillian. Laden will reign as"Mlas 11r; ..._
MxHMMur I. staaiac their third Orchard Villa. Her atteodants .
MKHMi' fashloa sfce* and sip. OBg4ay. are Dolores Raker. Phyl.
lHoc. 11 at James I:. Us Mosley and Shirley LatlmoreOur
441 awltarlvw located at 722NV <

and ave The rorram b*. monthly' ITA meetingwas a
cE e.ID
held: NOT A
glam at four o'eloek.Pfwtured Wednesday U.I / .
7 p.m In the rafetorium Will 1 .
will be such artists Puller. divisional' ) hay Scout ..>.
..* JOHN CALl )WAY. ARTIU'R scythe' was our guest speaker fir.
'P"HALDWIS HEPBURN.ad 5J
MKW JOHNNIE PATTON. Every Monday we will observe
1'1IIMI will he amazed aid delight JH. ry Uay for the purpose of .lS* a
t4 at the m's wear made under giving students the opportunityto
tk ""tift'". .f Northwestern's put the4r training Into prae.
LEWIS tee by buying U. 3. Saving JOe" 10 PlOOf' IRTLIA FIWti@
KI eI4ng lastruetor. fUlMl/ulU1/ tEFUIi'IUI.O nUIf 10 f"ill HK fAg.EITUL SNITS rlLSCllu.n+ I
y'T9KU Stamp Ah1 M1L&Mlit.LU.
!
.tUH IIEIlitIIBW GU.I Jolt( F\DIIIly.
f.&t IfttUL V 110ft.FUtaGtuw I II to ilt3GI'




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Sit-in Demonstrators Experience Mixed Reactions I III




). The ,\*!M cl.l...l .Nrfcro Press Hartsflold 80 two CORE American HapUit Tbeologeal filed notice of appeal and potted I touched off racial violence last
Sit in demonstrators last week members were convicted of dts.trtbutlng seminary* said about 14 students $200 appeal bond for them. summer closed their lunch
.sperteneed mixed reactions to leaflets without a license attempted to enter )flckf)'.. The Recorder Schwartz told a recent counter "In the Interest of public .
their effort to end discrimination In Hartsfleld Recorders few who got by the door were meeting of the White C1U- safety, last week when IS
of Sumter that the Negro youth sought service.
at lunch counters and other Court. pushed out again Immediately lent Council I
bee aid. Citizens Council should hare ......
public places....... The two. Robert. Williams and At the D&W. Devel .said a been started not fire years ago,
Horace Watts, were fined $100 small group was refused admit but 20 rears ago. Austin Texas, a bomb exploded .
Bat St. Louis. 111. CORE mem.b by Judge Williams. Atty. Earnest tance by a guard at the door. outside a room where a group
b. were served at Olll's Orlll .\. Flnney has Indicated that he They stood outside for about 30 Fire others arrested while they of university students were discussing
where only the week before! 22 will appeal I the case.Nashville. minutes before leaving. tat-In at lunch counters earlier racial Integration and
hd been arrested while on a already hare been convicted andgiven police started a search for
...... ..... thebom
sit-In demonstration. 30 day prison terms or ben.
Mayor Alvin O. Fields. of EastSt. Sumter. S. C.. six CORK mem. fines of $100. They, too b.n.pptoal.d
Louis Intervened after the Tenn.. Negro stu. bens from Morris College were and the cases may all The blast occurred a few' feet
arrests and told the owner. 0111 dents attempted'sit-Ins last week fined $100 by Recorder Ramon be heard together In February. from the room In which the naj.vertity .
again at )1I b, restaurant and ......
nt f''', that under Illinois law a Schwartz for picketing an 8. II. religious; council was discussing
the D&W Cafeteria.
reMaHrant cannot refuse to serve Kress company store. Ernest A. Jacksonville Fla.. officials of Integration of caapnjrestaurants.
N'esroes.' James Bevel a student at Flnnf'), attorney Immediately a Woolworth store where sit-ins .



THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA Attention Ladies
I

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 t BARRETT'S SHOE KLINIC

.' I
f. EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING


I17 / SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
Marcia
Grand Opening

Henry C. Davis, Owner


Cartwright Swetiny, Shoe Cleaner
lane Homes In Goulds '-


tardy is there. a blending of -- -

price and quality In home build. / (,.. ,..,- ., ....,..., I
tag sueh as can be seen In the Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE

Ma ret* Jane Homes coast meted
Broward k\ }, ALSO CONTRACT
Market Industries Inc.. well
by known builders In this area. r,. PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES

of these County Licensed and Insured
The grand opening;
Home built In the buttlingClmi'ds News t Colors Mixed Free Free Estimation end Consultation

: area k this Sunday. Dee Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St

11.Thee jMHne can be reachedby IvyWalter .s Time payment plan availablePhdna PL 9-3231

drlvfnc soath on 1T S 1 Ibiwe .1
turning left on Od! Cutler Road

and then turning right on R. W. ._-,- -- -- ntantae --,<_r-<..... i a n i,.--.C""". --
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118th ."fl'. or from' the Coconut For distinctive hair styling
grove aria south on Old Cutler The C.W.H Chamber of Com hair coloring and or hair weev-
Road across<< Allapattah Drive to merre will meet Monday night. Ing to fit your personality seeMiss TV Service Calls $1 so
8W 118th ave. and turn left. l>ec. 12 at the Chamber UuCdlng: Mary Frances Dixon at her
log; at 1:0 p.m. Al. members are new' location of employment
The* maffntfieent model are asked to be present. Miss Dunn has been for more ( ALL MAKES ALL MODELS PLUS PARTILARRY'S
.loeated within snort walking; die.anee than 10 years one of Miami'soutstanding
( of sehnol churches and
and qualified beau T.V.
... The 1'1'of Carver Ranches
IIIhDftptft ar.
tlrians.
To be abreast with themodern
Five model are being offered Elementary School will bold It.
do's and don't of hair WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
with three form of financingavailable. regular meeting Wednesday. IV.erntber .
dressing she has attended work.
LilA mortgage loans 14 at ft p.m. In the school
shops at Florida Agricultural and
are available on this project. 40 eafetortum Mrs Hu.i* Daniels.
rear BMtrtgag for displaced: president.Many Mechanical University Recently 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
she was a participant In a hair.

p had.roivs Immediately under Title; In addition 221 may ap.be students from FAMU I I, style Atlanta.show Oa. held In the city of -.U..Q 1,;;,";' L-.OI"'L ,.-

location has been made for 30 will |M> home 'in 1)reward County
Let Miss Dlion help look
year KHA mort PI"".. There are thl. weekend for the Orange you
more glamorous visit her
also 20 year conventional inert.gaie II HHHMI Classic. to help root forth atVogue
Fair
; Heauty" 233 NW 9thst.
available. Rattlers Saturday' at the Or. FR .
9.CC10.Attention
These home exhibit a numberof ange Howl. $800
luxury feature seldom" found CashFor
In mucfl more t"I pen"he homes
The barbers at Howe's Modern. All Vets
Market Industries .has been ..tk"wis ao get 'em Rattlers. your lot in En glen ton, Nassau N.P.
speetallsJag In colored property .." are HiKing: for you." The American Legion. William
with the combined eiperlenee" of
( Henry Dethel Post No. 211 Write tot
Harry Markovlts. prWeat and
Is urging all
Morris' ......a.kln seerrtary veterans to Join u'l I
UNITY
treasurer fur over t5; year In U..... it. Luke Royal Arch Chapter In make Richmond this Heights and -. LIFE INSURANCE CO., Ltd.
will met Sunday afternoon" Del a strong community.
area. |I eeiwfcer 11 at I p.m. All mew We are still working and having I Box 698 Nassau Bahamas

They have built ...*... apartmet :: .,." are asked to be present at our Saturday night affairs either ,
*. awsfttate<< a4 many otherkhMls the Ma**..1e Temple on IJ..m.It..k. In the Center or at the home ofa
ef property! tor e lead Road. Legionnaire. Also we are ask

prop(. In Dade and IlrowardCounties. tog each and everyone. to com --- _.
,I out to our tournament which -- ---- -

I II. J....... I* Mack of Tort Laud. will; be each Friday night at S::00at
Mr ewMkia sM "Were thUlafri the home of Joseph Steward
erdate eelebrate his 21st birth 'r. lrluc
to tw purchased on today's
post commander 14CO FtlmoreSt. lr"'IOP. J1TJltLi'Y '
ivc.
day 10 at hU bow. wltbfrl..Rd.
market we could not offer these .
h....... at their ..'I.*.. Ute*< and relatives.
t<.rna and thee down payments.. For further Information contact
Pert u sate',. we were able to "'. Joseph Stewart. Edward
,cur* approval on thee. 40 year ho_.'. Harber .hop on Pern Hanna Jr.. or Murray James Jr
luurtnaice which payment that broke Road will be open all day chairman of publicity INDF
you can all afford to pay" Monday.
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Bus Drivers .eit COANEw 1 101h..Y4' '-:. : .. -t:

HAROLD JOLLIVETTE, Mana8sr


JArKSOKVILLC Nine Negro
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bus drbers were hired here
this week according to It u b y r
Hurley. NAACP southeast regional STAR MEAT MARKET
director. Men and Women

They will not W n .irlded to The r...1..lr c1C"IIIIU'tDlf"bl" at .
drh'nlUhln the Negro com Train for Civil MNiTI\'t: T\'. :fcV :c" Itr. 1520
mUDU), Mr*. Hurley HI"' HlU enable jou to alt down before N.W. 62nd Street
Service Positions the shgwt. picture jour tired .
This employment break.taru eli elrr rrr rnjoe. Fur top ---- .
stemmed from NAACI' youth GRAMMAR SCHOOL notch re|"'ir, fall I'll .I IM9.
council activities. The coyndl I EDUCATIONSUFFICIENT THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE

has also agreed to lutet with a
committee. of the Chamber of I SEND NAME. ADDRESS TVfr I *

Commerce In.n effort to iron PHONE NUMBER


out Meanwhile;lunch counter sit-1n bias dew**
lions are continuing with a "No, Miami t, Florida Indf I
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Christmas flit DU1In, with r r r I
boding! campaign against the

entire downtown shopping dis.trict. Advertise! It I
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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA Lucky Willie
lit ct. rot a fractured
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 JUST BROWSIN' night, but saved his I
By PAUL HENRY Son was working on
Oa. Corporation "
high The steel
COMPLETE FOOD STORE cutting with an '
A G 27th Ave. S4th Si. New Integration Orleans remind in two one schools of the In swung In his dlrf'C
if I Little Itock incident and aov.I'aubus" I'Jackson his leg Memorial He was
battle to prevent Inte. I
NEVER CLOSEDU. _
xratlon In Little Hock's schools. -
Fauhus lost his battle and did II
S. STANDARD LB. his state of Arkansas no Koot!.
The serre! .atlonUts. In New Orleans AIU /' \ '
SIRLOIN STEAK 49c behaved very badly and I ITlllaTU.
certainly got some unfavorable
publicity.The .
S. STANDARD LB. courts declared their 39
59c I laws to preserve segregation; Illegal .,
BONE or PORTERHOUSE Ml .N. MO*
; Token Integration
!goes on .
I/F.1': \ II :
i In spite of their behaviour
'
SIMMV "\\ Dragon"e
U. S. CHOICE FIRST CUT LB. In Miami Dr. John Drown and anal KHANK P .\
three members of CORE at.
CHUCK ROAST 37c tempted to get tickets for down "Oceans
town movie houses. They were Plus.
refused.' Reason given there are
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FRESH PORK LB. no separate toilet facilities avail.BUNCHE I
abll. : !;
RIB ENDS 19c |

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SMOKED LB. J '

HAM HOCKS 25c RIT ,
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My Epitaph"Burl
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James Darin, Ricardo Montalban 'H !IL11111. i. ,ter

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yx CLARA JAY-Queen of the BluesW.
C. BAKER'S BAND-Featuring Happy
Rote, the man with the Horn

I i'7' a .' I WELCOME OPEN HOUSE I

-o ,... .COKUMU...Ivacuas.a.eara MATINEE SATURDAY, DEC. 10

---A/01,1M & O-IWII CI T1I-=:::':':'=w-rs.ar. Fish Ray, The Sand Man, and his Calypsonians

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I THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDACGG Err [ ( = 2? see?= = := : l KDUCATION IS HOB ANSWERIt

I Freedom's RoadBy la not aa easy task to educate .
Along the public at large on matters
of prejudice and discrimi
nation According to the Presi
RUTH PIRRY dent's Committee on Civil Rights
# "' ...> I";' .. ..;. ...;..,. __-r2 (formed In Truman's admlnts.
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Perhaps the most distressingand wise normal people la shown I tration.) a great many major la.

BY tragic aspect of the desegregation here In all ta prejudice and In. bore business church veterans
troubles' In New Orleans justice. Dlgotry has so clouded and ruth groups have gradually
has been the treatment given a the minds and hearts of these made the flght against discrimination
Methodist minister there who t I I an integral part of their
CLASSIC PAIIAPB TO 1 prejudiced groups that even a
has brand the rabble-rousers to I'minister suffers Indlgnltes when programs. Newspapers mar a.
IIRST YET
take his little girl to one of the he walks out of hi home to take lines motion pictures, radio, TV
The annual Orange desegregated elementary schools.TIIUK his little girl to school. Dut perhaps -the mass media which reach
Claude Parade cornea the overwhelming bulk of theAmerican
the most tragic thing of allIs
Saturday afternoon CIIUISTIAXITYT people' likewise coop.
the fact that the rabble
This year's parade Is e erate In trying to combat dlscrlm.
be the greatest In the The abuse given the white rousera themselves are shown up inatlon.In .
so clearly la their disrespect. for
the event Some 20 Methodist minister Is not the
eluding the first Instance of course, of prejudice law and order; their disregardfor communities, a wide assort
Marching Band the and blind bigotry In ace religion as shown by their ment of organizations have been
University Dand a tion. This particular aspect of treatment of the minister and developed ranging from offglal
bugle corp a special the desegregation process has their utter Haunting of the bask Intergroup relations commissions
band, and the given me perhaps the most distress precepts of brotherly love and operating out of the mayor's of
anoos from Nassau and caused me to reevalnate human dignity; and their jeeringand flee or set up by the city council
In action In the the no-called "religion- abuse heaped upon four to citizens groups and local civic
dltlon to the musical many fanatical segregationistsand small Negro girls who are only asaocationa. There are committees .
will be eight marching bigots. It Is a physical Impossibility trying to do what other little against discrimination In
eluding the famous for me to conceive of girls want to do get a good employment la education: In
nalrea from the JlA>> anyone professing to be a true education at a school near their housing all working toward
Force Date and some Christian and then acting with homes. eliminating this obstacle to the
Including 20 major almost fanatical hatred and prejudice Desegregation Is coming. But full enjoyment of American citl.senship. .
about 40 floats of a against not only Negroesbut the Immediate path that must betaken Working together all of
ard. All things being against Whites who try to to reach that goal these resources have created In
the parade this year, obey the law of the land regard. those who believe In democracy by America: a consciousness about
sent one of the tag the Supreme Court decsion la still blocked high with prejudice civil rights that la making pos
taclea In the history on segregation. and Injustice. To those tble tremendous advance. And

Classic.PAflADK. Many white ministers through who believe In the Ideals of freedom for the future this community
flOUTK out the South have acted la true I and justice, the New Or. teamwork la perhaps the most
The parade will Christian spirit u they hare leans story Is a aad commentaryon Important factor In the advancement
\W 8th tried to get their congregationsto the extent and power of pr.JudJtt" of continued progress In
aye between
eli 11 rights for all citizens la the
and UCla lit. and on 1 react to the edict on aegrega. But aa the Liberty Bell United State
to nth awl' The ant tlon !In education la a fair just once pealed out Us message" proclaiming
parade will and democratic manner. Many liberty throughout tat
move off
and will more east White ministers have shown thee land, so In the not too distant MIAMI TIMES ADS
at ADd 5th ave I way to gas as for example the future true democratic ideals
DONT COST THEY PAY
to lint are. Method" minister In New Orleana.
at... eat on}61 wroth h to 2nd on I ( nut It would appear that will far overshadow what vestiges CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
on 2nd to llth Terr. what religions feelings the of prejudce remain
llth ......... to first .. groups of jeering abusive and
,
'
on first place" to 14th fanatical people have, are secure.
14th to 6th < ly locked up within the confines
ave. wad ...
lo Bookie T. .. s of their churches, for ther sure.
School where It ly do not show any tolerance
will
All bnd finals forebearaace or brotherly loses YOUR OLD FRIEND. .

unit. thai will be In la public

are reqoewted to be IIIGOTK SHOW TlimitTTIUK

a.m.emblv ftaturday.SPECIAL arm not. later COLORS

The tragic wrong being done D &HConstruction
REQUEST h against human being by other.
The cooperation of
Ion along the parade s
especlaJly. requested by



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By 1862 N.W. 50th St. IS NOW BACK WITH YOU

.... Open House Sunday
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: $795 Down $75 Month
ItRK.. D. WHITE Ready to Offer You
Furnished 34x>droom CBSon
The Rev K. D. large landscaped lot.
ed from
the annual .
ference whlob was awning, upstate dining .
landale Jut week. room, oak floor Total price
Members and friend only $10,700.
THE
happy to hare him and FINEST IN:
returned to them
Let us pray that
better aid a successful ltd 1430 N.W. 53rd St. Alteration

r Open House Sunday
Her( .\. Franklin
tor of Cornish $895 Down $73 Month Additions
)I t"mo
Custom
Zion Church and his built bedroom
been reappolnUd aj CBS, beautiful Florida
Hooper and family are room oak floors, 75x100 Florida Rooms

py Hooper's to be tth back.year This lot, tile roof, furnished kitchen .

Cornish church. The aa : central air condition Extra Bedrooms and
was held In ed.


Ulrthday Greetings Baths, Carports
her: Mrs. MaIns
Idatene Cleare." Cheryl : 1798 N.W. Slit St.

(lams, Miss Judith } I Open House Sunday Plus Many Other Improvements i
Verlean Knowle Beautiful bedroom CBS 1
(Clear. Samuel
with extra large Florida
Johnnie Mae Oalla .. ...-.- .
Van Dyke and Mrs room on lovely corner lot.

Van Dyke. No qualifying small down I

John Gallagher- -;: ---, ds payment. This home must i LOW DOWN PAYMENTS

Mr* Ilernlce<< Gallagher I be aeen to appreciate. I
home In Mltkea's Lane.Mrs I
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Easy' Mnthiy Terms
Lula rotten Drive by 1469 NW
tlent at Monroe .. II
pital. rlt'ndl1..11 her 51st Terr. .. --..--...
re Home and Income
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hKATI IS $995 Down $80 Month FHA AND CONVENTIONAL FINANCING

Large 4-bedroom with two I
(
Allen ftr..
day. Nor 26 at..Ws. large Florida rooms, also ALL WORK GUARANTEED
209 Olltia St. after aa an extra home for rental.
.Illness. i Both homea air conditioned

Sunday.Service' Dec.were 4 from coad 8t. No qualifying, no closing D & H CONSTRUCTION CO.

Alf Church. Ih'J.. J I costs, one mortgage Why

officiating. pay rent, lire rent free. 647 Palermo Avenue

Survivors If.a '
three daughter Mrs CASH FOR YOUR LOT

and RobJnlOli.Miss 'gerdel fn. Julia 1 1 Coral Gables Phone HI 8-1119

David c.. J r.. a sister ) PL 7-8456 283 NW 79th St
ale A. White of
IraDdtblldren. The K .






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MARCIA. JANE HOMES



high-priced homes at low selling prices.



FEATURES IN THESE


DELUXE HOMES it itr

Terrazzo floors.
SII'i Plumbing fixtures in color.
Gloss tub enclosures.
Tiled bathrooms in color.
I Built-in electric oven and range.
aosm aosm aosm
All closets with sliding louvred doors.
t ti Sliding glass doors leading to dining room.
Awning type windows.
I All inside walls painted.
Gas room heater, recessed in wall.
landscaping.
Paved streets sidewalks.
Gty water.
LITS-75 fl. X 111 ft. (at last)
Laundry connections in garage.
Close to schools, churches and shopping center



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d 1 1-Drift south, U.S.1 1-Drive south to
turn left it Old Cutler Allipjltib load,left on
4 btd/ooms. 1'' ; both* Road, then
turn right Allipittih to Old Cutler
Truly Tnognifuenl bomiS400
a it S.W. tilth Avenue Road,then turn right
I > down and lollow the siBt. lad follow the tins.
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TilE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA NOTICETo
I NOW YOU CAN BUY

PAGE 8 SATURDAYDECEMBER 10, 1960 I the entire Mnonlc! family 6.months' auto liability insurance
work In r tinder th* protection of
the Wornhlpfn Union Grand For only $16.60 Down At
Lodres of Free and accepted' Maon -
of Florida, 111. C. II. Hen.ry. .
(i. M. 410 n. St. JackwnTille.. SERVICE HAST INSURANCE AGENCY
Notice It hereby given that St.
1 John' Day will be celebrated on 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. NE 5-6355
Dec IS 3 p.m or the third And 16300 N.W. 27th Are. NA 4-6612
_q Sunday In December at Mt. CV.Irett : IF lOU CAN QUALIFYNo
-- PaptlBt Church 1450 NW
h rs. tat court. ReT. I, C. Mlcklna. appointent necessary

w pastor All departments are car. Roth offlm oprn Mon thru Sat. O a.m. to 5 pan.
t dla'l, Invited to take: part. Con.rrerate
at New Providence Hall
10th lit. and 3rd are at 1 p.m.
Hilton Drown, Dl-t. D. P.
a' a r i L. O Bode, reporter D17
I GRAND OPENINGCECIL'S

DKF.r SKA .SIIXO-Tbto Sir Ikrr. Personal Mention Award PrizesSt.
a no ft. drill Kiting Mat 1ornlr.
DRY CLEANINGAND
.) at the CnntttFerry Ihaks Matthew Lod Re No. S70 F.
..... IjtmlrnlAle, Ie n >w iitnlUMrfor We are pleased to bare rlsltlns and A. )(. ).(UOM awarded ca! deep l .sea fiohlnc The new our fair city the Her. Lewis Pinder. *. The winner are as follows LAUNDRY
|HMI|. 'inmrml by dle*el. rtiulppnlullh pastor of St. Stephens Dap- : : Paul n. Darin first prize
hlp to shore" Irleplionr, InM'Mlllon list Church at Hatchet flay ISO: Bob Tallry. 2nd prise. $20: Custom Tailoring and Alterations
Albert Ho'mes. 3rd prize $5.
to rah flmlcr U man. Kleutheara. Bahama
twit l by r4aln Joe< How And The officers and members SPECIAL ON SHIRTS
Mnlr llolwrt Clark a newt ""'1'. I On Sunday night he will be thank all who participated In
tc"e, .IM| li"!)fiil ..,...... They the guest speaker at St. James our first effort to have a better
frr 41auc111|, a4*14tance to the nf'j Itaptitt Church on 14th St.. near lodge, and wish. all a Merry 2239 N.W. 62nd Street
ill-* anal. nmlcr .fUliernirn. Thrrrlrlw 3rd are., the Her. J. L. Johnson Christmas and a Prosperous
air" run cl.II", lt rlii"hi of$1tunlay !. the pastor. New Year Alexander Lucas W.
.n t SItu..l''j'': Mnrn.Ina. M.; George Farrtnjtton.. Sec.
., H In 12: flrrmti.n, I to :\; nf'.... nro. Pinder Is doing a
amt nlnliln. 7 t.. II The jiHrr I* fine job In his pastoral work atM
only *.L?.\. wblrh .....'u.l,.. mils native settlement In the Da. Advertise! It Pays!
nU, anal IlIA I'. hamaa. Guess What? CARTOON-O-RAMA has come to the
I',.r furlhrr In formal km mil I
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IS IT. The Orange Illtx. Q R
Pont Classic This one event It j I.
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considered better than any other [ I
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affair presented. I rememberlast -. ,
classic, people' from of
year'
everywhere came to Miami, and That "others' must mean us. I I
I've been keeping up with Juan.
had helluva time.
usual one
a*
Ita Greene Miami Herald staff
walked down :1 t..t,
As we writer' and she has done a fine i
visited the hotels' we will
and Job of reporting the Cuban refugee I
mot likely see some ole faces
and his seeking a better life
Ward Bill Nunn Jr.. ,
like: Dud In America. Most of all. the
i of tha Courier). Cal Adams Cuban Is as happy to get away
Ken Knight of URHC In Jack from Castro
as our Negroes were
sonrllle (and he has his own happy to get away from Senator
public relations firm). Marlon Bilbo of Mississippi. Do you
Jackson (of the Atlanta Dally think for one moment that It
World). Frankle Dee (Schenley 100 Negroes went to Cuba the '
Super Representative), MOM Cuban government (Castro or no
Kendrick (Coca-Cola and Car- Castro) would allow the United
nation Milk). This mutt be m.n. States'egro to even look for a

tinned everytlme someone saysMoss Job Of course I've got to admit, '
Kendrick D. A. Willis, national there are a heap of Negroes who
rep for Cartings, lemme Just don't want to work and :
see there will be our top citl. won't work. Yet when an ad Is )
tens playing host< to our Classic put In the paper for a Negro' Job
visitors, and Just who Is constd offering It's for porter work or
ered our top citizens' ? Well kitchen duty or some kind of
there's Dr. and Mrs. I. P. Davis labor you know the kind. Strong '
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Patterson Jr.. back and weak mind.
Dr. and Mrs E. S. Shirley Dr
O. W. Hawkins. Mrs. Ann Lind. How about the telephone Co.
soy Mr. and Mrs. Melvin (Dut. hiring Negro operators Out of
terball) Smith. Atty. Arrlngton. the 120.000 Negroes In Dade
Dr. J. O. Drown Dr. Howard County at last ".000 have tele
lUdley, Publisher Garth Reeves.Mr phones.' We've got some qualified !
and Mrs. Ira Blossom Mayorltadley girls and with experience too
and wife' Ed Cook. Slim (the Sir John switchboard was a
nannlster. Clyde Kll'ens. Ed good tutor). How about some of
Williams (of the Miami Carver' our men working for the Florida ("
Hotel). Samuel O. Cohen principal Power and Light Co. as meterr : I
of Northwest; Char'." I. > ad r.* flow about some of our
Williams, principal of BTW. Re\ ."..n ."d women as bus drivers I
Theodore Gibson Rev Edwar I flow about some of our m n as I
T. Graham and CORE presidentA. toll *">o lrior l Wh ha.., nt we '
D. Moore. We have man \.'srw: in the fire department? .
more top citltens. but Just too There are Negro and Whit po.
to mention. However' lie 'tr-mri working tecetlH-r as atrpm.
sure many President. Gore, and V... .. PO why haven't some. of a .
J. R. E. Lee will be quite salt- tur MI called leaders approachedany
fled with our handling of the of those companies and tried .
thousands of visitors that com 'n iwfc employment for deserr
to Miami to see this wonderful' Inc Negroes

pageant "The Orange Blostom '., .. "f'aC"o'I
\\ r bo i, f *!It 11'r noth
Classic. SV-ro ci.t ..
Hag s a< i- sow
.. ., ,
> hw h'" picketin
Tin HONOIUUI.K I"!o| arHt..4 3* oittkra Dell \
Collins governor of the Slate T. .phnttp Co or the Miami
will be attending the Classic this T'a'+.'t r8.. nr I He IV MIy per.
year, and this la the first time la IM.a..1 Uff...... ..r t*"> HIV Depart ,
Florida's history that a statesmanas meet* There |I. i*. mm fi to be
high as Oov. Collins has ,.*.-r don... .H. there ton't anybody '
paid a visit to our Classic. with esMMHCt sju* 'o I ad the
wsvV r.e ef all no1.dy has
I've II. nInformed '..
about seating. *
New tli- gets to f&lo# W.'ff'
sit .u> ., '
tb.t. can .. UK a rn 'n .ell withIt
where we pl.. .. In fact, therewere at:. M the (rn>. take all the
quite a few of the brcthra ,t..i.. ?. | .. ,.,.. rn do with
on- the south side last year and nit' W o rares ..'... it us?
with the city owning the stadlutuIt's The an-1. u o don't eveacare I
Just like the golf courses. \\e for o"r.'H" To sum this
are not telling you to sit on the all up either. stand up on our two
South side Just because most or feet as proud American Negroes
u* have never sat there before, with our heads high and put
but buy your ticket and select l t fort an effort to stand by each I

any seat on any side you choose other, or Just crawl In a hole and I
ftp It over you We must. by all
tie standards try to elevate ourselres
reHn<< about
I-VK IlKKX
and to better employment, so that we
Cuban refugees In Miami also all must live a better<< life toe ,
hew they are seeking work ,
fcow the United States Govern -- -- --
went is kicking in a mutton I'IUT'Tfintl: nl itw" weekLorvet :
tucks to help them How about ).fa,.. newcomer to Miami
Uncle Sugar klekln' In about 20 Pretty Boy of the Week
mtiiton bucks to help his own Robert SeMen Man About
sallves. the Negroes! What I Town dais Wll.lams Miami(
can't seem to understand I.. how Parver Mgr ) Teacher of the
somebody else, from another Week: Jo Kershaw Police
country en come here. get 01- man of t:*>e Week : George Adams i
ter Job live In better homes eat Public Servant of the Week'
In all te restaurants go to all or Irene Gaul (Royal Drlvt.in. 15th.1r

the schools, and do anything I Beach.'M
they want.
--
Funniest thing Is. and this HI HOWLING has proven that :
I've seen, a black Cuban, goes Southern Negroes. are sports
into a restaurant any restaurant minded A young attractive lady :
alt" sets .*rved. Then uses Arleaa Williams, started bowl
"'a..k Ne.ro. American, and sits InK about three months ago and
at the next table, and guess Is now as high as 227 I believe
wat he's told? H* CANT be 'his )'OUDCadr would make a
served How come! What's the line lady golfer Anytime you are
d'ffereace! Oh. yes 1'1'8 been at the HI' Bowling, ask the clerkto
,**d. my man eaa't speak Span. point out Arlene. then watch
l..*. Same thing goes for the her bowl. I
movies, "They" can go but we
ena't I'". even heard "you're a C AHt SO'S Black Label w.r. t ti
Negro (and that's not tie word 4r1",!*.. ...maa. Jimmy Jones
,
used), I'm a Cuban. rot revenge and ftrf'4. 27 on i
Yours Truly and a4 on te back 1 1I
Are we so low that we who do "dat"* The 27
and bow you
have fought for a free America I mean Swinging Harriett :
must give way to people of othercountries James plans to make It to Hous. I .
that share In the Texas for the holidays.
wealth of this land and enjoy ton\aybody motoring that way ? ?
the fruits of our land that we Shirley Turnquest slipped up onFiwl I
have fought and died for? Right aad has come back Just in
now GOT-elect Farris Bryant li the Clack Some saythat
over In Latin American countriessitting time M for C Pttl Harris and M C, \
down eating, talking Bobby Marshall, have eyes for
wooing the Latins over there .. ehkkea aad are on the II
S m. of those same people: are the .amm of not speaking to each II'I
Mack yet he would spit on a other verge On this CaHk: Eve, ''I 1.
Negro here In Florida I remember I say "We< the saying of a Great Man. may we hope you enjoy I
who should be Governor of Fla.I .. city" Andvisitors for all of our s I '
won't mention his name, but our do -as the people In Ml I C-S'-UO'lONOOH DtfV e.el tOOl *( IfcAl .-'u. i i It U FHQU&AAM.
he baa always said "If I must amt do, and that U. Uvs LifeEvery M WOO. GOftOOM DRV CM CO. LID, U0U hEAt JUStY
live a better life others must live GoMea Minute of It. Peace.
a better Ute too."



Member of the jrrsxloatlnucUm '
of ID6O of the Sunlight

!School of Hrmily Culture, who w ..1r
recently, received this diploma
from that Institution. The icrad
nation cicniws the 24th annual -
of the school were held
In Ml. final lUptUt Church on
Xov. 19.Mr .

*. ftomthr l,!'ltranl., dean of
girl of Northwestern lilt: h t
School WM the speaker for the
orr..Inn.l The sermon cram ilellv.ered .
the Her. ...1f
hjr S. \ Thomas,
pn tor of the" rhnrrh.

.\ number of well known MlAmlart
were presented. citation
and plft tne* on the CW'f'A-lon for
ontvtftndlng nrrrlrr*. not only to
the M-hool. hit to the" community .
In general.

D. .\. Jiillu U the president,,
and I,.,.. Lttrcl Julio, Y'te pre*.
Ident of the iichool. Photo by JM

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I THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA Bethune Granted Membership in SASC I

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'.\K KXCKLL Daytona Beach At the 65th I
I
University of Miami annual meeting of the Southern
Association of Colleges and Secondary .
MIAMI ZETAS I to Present Portlock Schools at )Memphis Tenn. I NOW UNDER NEW OWNER. .
on Dee 1. Bethune-Cookman'
TAKE REGIONAL PageantThe College of Daytona Beach was
one of the seven colleges grantedfull
Wesley Foundation of the In the
membership highestregional
HONORSWhen t'nlverslty of Miami wl'.l: presenta accrediting agency Dr STRAND Cleaners

the final session for theSoutheastrrn Christmas pageant. "The Birth Richard V. Moore, president of
lleglonal ended Ml of Saltation" on Sunday. Dec 11 Bethune-Cookman College and
ami Zetas found their chapter at K p.m. The script written bya Dr. W. A. )McMillan dean of the
former state MSM officer Incorporates In attendance. I IThere
recipient of two outstanding college were
the traditional Christmas P
awards. The Miami chapter re. 2108 N.W. 7th Avenue
story Into a larger treatmentof are C3 Negro collegesand
ceired first place' In scrapbook
the events' surrounding the universities approved by the
written and
oral
competition for
birth of Christ. Southern Association of College OFFERING
visual accounts of chapter accowf
.. Joining with the Wesley Faun and Secondary Schools 41 hold
llshB eflts. The Zeta Amlcae
datlon choir will he the chorus full membership" 10 are approve '
tKriends' of Zeta, sininsored by of Dorsey Junior High School without notation 8 are approved The Best
the Miami reeeired" Ant Cleaning
croup under the direction of Billy John. with notatons and four
honor for their arts and
place I son. Bach choir will perform are on probation. All approved I
I
crafts. separately and will form a com. colleges must gain full member. !
Beta Tau Chapter was well blood choir for several numbers. ship by Dee. l. at the annual In I PossibleSPECIAL
represented at the Regional by The pageant uses a cast of 22 Miami Beach.College .
the baeHeut. Marguerite Mil.er.anUbestleut. ; ; In addition to the combined.
choirs. At one point the approved by the
Kugenla: II Thomas congregation I
Southern Association of Col. -: 3 FOR
and Misses Betty Christian and becomes part of the cast
Catherine Hutchlnson. Mesdames moving with the shepherds as leggy and Secondary Schools on
they go to Bethlehem seekingthe Thursday. J>-.e. 1 were: BethuneWIleyA
Evelyn' S. Williami. Doris Carey .
Christ child. South Carolina State. PANTS BEAUTIFULLY
Smith Lydia K. IUI I. WilheU C
mesa Page Miller. Marian 11. 'The Birth of Salratlon" will Grambling. Le Moyne. WinstonSalem
be directed and Feyettevllle College CLEANED
Shannon and Ruth Polite. by Its author Carver i

Mrs. Shannon associate director Portlock. under tb. supervisionof The approval of the e colleges AND
Miss
with Jurisdiction over thestate Lynne Crusan. muale brings the total of Negro col.
of Florida, presided over chairman datlon for the Wesley Foun. legea having full membership In i PRESSEDOPEN
the Friday afternoon and Saturday the Southern Association of Col. (
afternoon plenary sessions.Mrs. Christmas refreshments will leges and Secondary Schools to
Ruth N. 1'oUte. associate be served Immediately followingthe 41.
director of AmiNe for the Heiclon. performance In the Moon j DAILY 7 A.M. TO 7 P.M.
coordinated the activities Drawing Room. You are cordial
of the Aralcae Conference Spec. ., Invited to attend this eveningof
lal gratuities were accorded to music and drama as w. celebrate MIAMI TIMES ADS 1-Hour Cleaning Done on PremisesGive

them during the meeting. and at 'The Birth of JhatloD"tll. DON'T r
COST THEY PAY
the closed banquet. coming of Christ. ..

Meeting. for both groups were CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
held In the wet appointed Greek UNITED FUND ...
House operated by Greeks Inc. .
,
---- NERVES the
-- much
of the Tampa Day area. TOTAL $1,844,667The your needed treatment

('I.i:1'1':1 IIKI:,:I\'.: OVATION I'nlled l'uad. last week T RELAX Evenings at the FabulousAfroAmerican

had collected .
I1.S44.CC7 tfr
The recently organized Zeta
Cults of Ucla Tau Zeta Chapterrendered words its un campaign goal of .1 J \
I3.22S.4U. It was announced bygeneral BarYou
appropriate music for
the Nor. campaign chairman Arthur
public program 25. Gucker.Gucker .
They received resounding orations wC
said the amount col. will find the ATMOSPHERE
for their rendition of lected Pleasantly
thus
far is 57 of
"\\'h.D.ou'r.. Smiling" and "The percent
the total needed to support Ui". Congenial
Green Cathedral Members of
54 affiliated
health and welfareservices
the "Clefts" are: Sorors 1U..
which last year directly I 719 N.W. 62nd
Street
Thomas, leader; Betty Christian I benefited 275.029 residents of
Catherine Hutchlnson. W. Page
Dade County or one out of every
Miller. Marguerite Miller EvelynS. three persons.The """" .
Williams and Lydie H nIC I. I --
organist new money report shows -
an Increase of $219.559 since
hirr ixm l'II.GIt111AGhMrmbera the last report of monies collect
ed on Nor 11. Gucker said collections .
are preparing for the should continue at the
Dc. 30 pilgrimage to the newsy' rate of approximately fSOO.OOO
established national beadquar. a week of the money needs of the
ten la Washington D. C. United Fund are to be met. y uil.

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and other Perfumes I lour*: 0 A.III. to 6 |'-"". and

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Community Drug StoreCor. others, past, present or
futureThen see 1 teal 0n jtst sissst M11y JIll 6 uLLVW0"PdWDEACC.
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the Sports NEGROES CAN MAKE I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 PAGE 11


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Washington (CN3 With

World Over 16 cases to prove his point Dr. HMftOUND THE IAHAMAS
By LEG Do ARMBRI8TERInuking Robert fitolar of Washington. brr"I I
D.C. claims he can turn a Ne.

gro'a skin completely white' lit By A. H. McKINZIE
The can also turn a white person's
Spnrta World iOLFI.MJ PICKS UPFAST
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L-1 L-1
> and ltd reader skin completely dark. Dr. Stolar
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hearty" welcome to the Orange spoke before the 14th annual A Supreme' Court Jury unanl. family until 19S2 when the late
iIhws )m Clamlc and IU thou Gclflng fans are readying clinical session of the American mouly convcted Daniel Scott on Miss Mary M ."lt,. MDC editor
aamis of fans themselves to see the top pro. Medical Association. lie himself three counts of fraudery by pretences for more than SO years, sold to anew
fesslonals who ''II an associate professor of medicine .
roam the thou. on Nov. 18. lie was sen company.
I'.ml': CHAMPIONSHIP sands of courses over the noun In dermatology at tbeOeorc..towa fenced to 18 months Imprison

TO UK I)(;(' DED DEC H try. The occasion U the' Coral University Seboo; of meat on each count, the sentenceto Naomi Kemp. 41. was chargedIn

Gables Open Tournament to be Medicine. run concurretly. Scott was the Supreme Court on Nor. 27
Carver High Hornets and Mat. held at Dr. Stolar says he's worked
the famed Dtltmore
charged with selling real estate with the murder of Henry
hew Gilbert of Jacksonvlle wlliO Greens the week of December 12. with a total of 300 patients. He .
without having the authority of (Alvin) McDonald 73. The woman
D a weekend package of foot I was treating the disease vitlllgo I
the do
to
ball In the Miami Stadium Dec. At the West Palm Beach Open whch produces white blotches on owners so. threw kerosene on McDonald .

8 This It reputed to be a came : last week, golfs wbo.is.who had the skin of Negroes. In one her sweetheart and set him
extraordinary for two reason; i occasion to raise their eyebrowswhen treatment, the blotches. may be Allloon Pratt of Governor's on fire June 19. at Alice TownKlcuthcara.
the state's high school champion an unknown. John Pott turned dark to match the original Harbor Elf uthera. was killed He died three dayslater

hip Is to be decided, and see.ond brushed aside Ita.wart. like Sam skin or the rest of the skin instantly Sunday mornng, Nov. at the Prince Margaret
Snead Arnold be 20. In an auto accident on the Hoipltat Kemp I la extremely
,. .A)1l' scouts will be on Palmer Art Wall. may turned white to match deaf
hand to take a look.see at the Jr. and others to pick up first the blotches. road between Governor's Harbor aDd the questions in court
and Savannah Sound. The driver were typed and handed to her to
cream of the state's crop In football prize money. He claims that the reason only
1C Negroes were turned while Gladstone Petty, was Injured her to write the answers. The
_U; Pott a Louisiana State studentIs was that his slightly when the car overturn. Jury brought a verdict of maa..lauJ.lJtPr .
parents only wanted
MKiLKS WIN CHAMPIONSHIP showing good form and drew to be darkened to their orig rd. He was treated at Prlncens and she was sentenced

.%FTI-:n II YEA IIS much attention before this event inal color. In Introducing a pa. Margaret Hospital. to five year.Christmas.
by rushing: himself up to the tltnt who bad been turned white I --- -- ------

Not to be outdone bjr its sister number two slot in his two pre all over he cited that It took this I 1lahtHn..r.old Pells WII. Cantata

city, Pittsburgh who won the bus tournaments woman three years to become i hams drowned In Hurricane Hole .
National League Baseball Cham IU"'* PKILsO.VU.ITY white. An ointment containing nn Nov ::. The youth, who wassaid tell The 'V JeweV Club of Wor
plonihlp after 23 years; Phi ladelphla IXMKS, TO FL'LLMKIl: several chemical compounds was to be a strong .swimmer the Branch YWCA will: present
Choral
came across under the used and It was spread over her felt from a dinghy as he was Society of Hooker T.
banner of the Philadelphia I Sugar Kay Hoblnson the fight entire body every day Now she stepping onto the yacht Travel U.He Washington School In MA Christ

Eagles with It. first football game greatest performer, was needs only to return to the doctor was taken from the water. mas IK at Cantata"5 In on Dixie Sunday. Dee.
championship In 11 years. The dealt a vicious defeat In his last every six months for a treat but was' already dead. p.m. Park audl-
Eagles jumped tbetr last hurdle ment. torura. 340 NW 13th st The
I outing against Gene Fullmer. public I. Invited to
to the championship when they After walloping the stubborn To make the white blotches Melvin Stuart of nimlnl was attend.

downed the St. Louis Cardinals. I Fullmer with all the sting his 21 darker the drag used is "8 me. found guilty of manslaughter: bya
20.1. 4 years could muster J.e was notable thoty poralen" with ultra violet Jury In the Supreme Court on Revival Services
: to get more than a decision radiation. To make the akin Nov 22, after 78 minutes of dellberaten. -
The &&11I'uat: wall Jfttil the I At Gregg MlMlon
of a draw. lighter the drug Is "mono- He was sentenced to Church U43
Baltimore Colts and the Green beesylether of hJdroqII 11k) ,." four years Imprisonment. Stuart NW 1st court Mother Viola
Day Packers decide who Is the TU! very uafmpu.ar decisionwas Dr. Stolar says he give patients was charged with the death of Williams. A prophetess, preach.
champ of the Western Dlvlslox speculated upon BMM so, the choice of whether they Kathleen Cash of AHce Town. Ing ten nights Public la invited
before they can go for the btprize. beeau in the O takHI of many, want re pigmentation or de.plg. nimlnl early last August whenhe
the title of ProfessionalFootball Ik** ";
Champions. taste of his arrogant pie. treat persons>> who Just want to fist and fractured her Jaw. The MIAMI TIMES ADS
change their coloring and do Dot
woman died six days later from
have the disease Mm....tH tnns. DON'T COST THEY PAY

After -- finger Marshall. "*lr lJurk.U. .H CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY

Sugar May Quit popular Msaphnne player with -- .
I the Freddie MunnlnM orchestra.
was killed In a traffic accident
IHI Nov 3. when he fell from
Draw With FullmerGENE the back of a track near the Golf Beautiful Home oa

Course on West Hay 8t The Your Lot
drier was Felix. 01...,.. Marshall
t. MtrvltiHl by his wife nine
WANTS r-MMrrn and a large" number of t4' anri4aax,
JR. COLLEGE ether relatives.
ARCHIE MOORE
---
CAGE TEAM III. Ktrcllency the Governor Sts jiwx
LOS ANGELES MIA recently presented medals for
middleweight champion Gene DEBUTSDade long service. and nod conduct" at r
Fullmer cocked his sights on the Itarrarks to Police Inspector
Archie Moore's light heavyweighttitle <'UUDt, Jttn ur College STOP ; Wlllon Ilayd. Inspector Fred Seymour
Cempltte Building $rvloe
Northwestern t'en1 i. "ill open
after turning back $uar Set Chilean Turner StItcirlaald
Ray Robinson's>> bid to recapturethe Its basketball MM>.i Saturday. Johnson Lane SetKuitace PLANNING
Dec ? THINNING HAIR
1 in Northwestern
ICO'pound chowd for the Ixwgley and Constable
lith time. U>iu **;4iu.i t. ..._rty City .:ward rod I.., e BUILDING
Warriors. T"e.rrlou bold .
e FINANCING
ITCHING SCALP --
"I've always wanted to try membership in the City Ilecrea
Miss Kthelya. Theffiponn. a na.live Your New Hem
Moore on for size and now it lion league of which the North ,
of Palmetto Ielot. IMeuThera
looks as if Fll get my chance.- western Falcon are also a memher. DANDRUFFIN
Joined the staff of the rlr.
No Down
Fullmer aald. a.. i
rulatloa department of The
Several prominent former eellege '
Moore tald. "After Fuller 'J..*... Guardian In October She Payment
all. basketball players comprisethe
JUST 7 DAYS .
graduate of Honker T. Was
.. should like to fight me He'dbe Warriors teeter Stirrup of ts a
C+ttleg a shot at a Really old St. Augustine' College and Mlt. WITH (niton Hlffh i ehoet l. Miami. Her Over Twenty Yeah ef
man." ....I. a .junior college graduate aunt. Mrs UHUn Nairn Mve. atVV
Isle Ilk eourt Censtrvctlen ..,.rl...e
from California are the out.
Moore FuHmer and Fullmer'. standing players The Falcons 1kcl1uck Guaranteed. tatlaractUn
manager met and tentatively The NaMtau Guardian refebratedtts
former
will
rely heavily on
agreed to terms.Matchmaker NortBwet high grads-Jlowe. KURASOLSatisfaction llfith anniversary on Nov 22 \r l LL!
I t 16-|..lie ,*...., Uvlhlr Illus.
and Cbeerer Carver Hlg-fc grad
George Parnassu (rated with of the staff
Guaranteed picture 0CJCLtvL
111**", and North Dade grad : 2ti
aid
he C
hopes to stage the Full and congratu.atAry. : advertise.
(Hall Professor Helen Jackson of Soil M mast m..r'lIoore battle, if plans workout tn> ats and stories of the pap..r.mark. .
be Junior College physical edu- Pct If act
In ara.a.tJe.'c..f fcuMy PL 1-3604
I
April outdoors In Meme .d the event
-
anon department wl.l: preaenihe Wed 11.10 fw s Mtwtii i w>",vu
! vial Coliseum. cheerleaders The Guardian founded In 1844 SS6 N.E. 79th SU
Junior College
i SABROSOL LABORATORIES fJ) Kdwlo Charles MosHey Is the Miami,
Robinson took the split de. r DS the game Box 6175. Sts. B, .. N1tl. Fl3. :1ct list ,ns ISahamlan news
Wn with a brave but weak C1;;"-' rrmaint-d smile in his dressing room, bui -C
slated that the Donnybrook may - -
have been his last fight."I ..,

doa't know if I'm Interest 1 s I
4d
*d In fightlnr any more. III

Make up my mind In the next few
4a'I." jl'4' g ; Jc


Davey Moore to NOW .


Fight in France tbro

'

PARIS fans here will get a chance to ;
ire world featherweight champion 1. I I i /l III ll It Uf ii

Davey Moore In action when be

meets Gracieui Lamport! of ,
France, the European champion
in a 10 round non title fight at ENJOYGREYHOUND

the Ua.als: des Sports on Jan 9 RACING
The Frenchman Is
expected to
make a strong bid for a title bout WE MAKE YOUR IN LUXURIOUS

In the encounter with Moore, NEGRO
who halls from Sprlac eld. O PICTURE ADMISSION
,... ACCOMMODATIONSGRANDSTAND
While you wait 50c

Only $1.00 1.

NOTICEWILL BOX
DAVID JEWELERS
60eLooking
TilE nest of kin of the. 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue SEATS r

late Edward N. Johnson and Phone FR 4-1522

Charles Ramsey please write to:
Unity Life Insurance Co.. Ltd. I Open dally 8:30 &.JII. 8:30 p.m.

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 1S71 N. W. nth Terrace Rev C. J. Bumey. pastor
L. at... S Jll9A Rev. Ernest Williams putor Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter
J Fred Williams reporter Sunday School ,_ -.-. 0:30

Sunday School . . 1:10 Morning Service ,,........ ... 11:00
CARDS MEMORIALSIN Morning worship . 11:00 Evening Services ",1u.J...--.... 7:30
ranCs* UTU .. . . . I:10 Let us continue In prayer for
the sick. Welcome to all of our
...... LL ..r ..... All children Interested la take friends and visitors.
JOlln..1. V.i )Miller known as
ing a part In the Christmas play,
Jim and Jia..uu Ml.ler of 411
MEMORIAMin CARD OF THANKSThe
please meet with Mrs. Ferguson
>W Mii si.. died Tuesday Dec. ST. MARY'S c. W. M.
and Mrs, 11.-P. Loran at 3:30
sad but loving memory of family of the ;ate ti at the Yt, taa'. Heepital after Saturday. Dee. 19. Rev E. A. Calmer, pallor
ilfn
1':4. will be
.1rlef; rvieM
our dear husband and father, J. Henry Cogwellvip't Our speaker Supnday morning Mrs S Dmrklns reporter
MR ZACK JOHNSON to evpreM their gratitude hi D t. 1., :2 p.m. at Trinity will be the Rev O. Pratt aaaoc. Sunday School ............_ 0:43
who died on December 6. 19S9! :nd d,*ep appreciation for kind. i t U,; u"<''.. with: the pastor late minister of MU Olivette Dap- Morning worship .. ..r.__ 11:04

Gone!, but not forftottrn Maybe u<*r$" hown us define our hour u '*'. W C.."> officiating. The list Church. Come out and hear Evening devotion .-.......... 7:38
rwt In peace and may light of grief Tuank for card, tele. :'v nl. v. ui v.ew In the chap. an outstanding young speaker.Our Morning service was led by

perpetual' sh.ne upon him. came. flowers, ears and s tetalli ..I 1 iu. ," moon.. Jtarvlvors sick members are Sister the pastor and a lively: testimonial .
Mrs. Martha V. Johnson .n.s; to the R.leCal1: and ue.ud J. v.i. France; two ..bertha Jones 1121 NW 73rd settle followed. Two

wife the Key We t Undertakng Co. east. r Li.sa; White of MI .t.. and Brother Victor Dutler. members were added to the
""'rt. Marlon. Stafford The Family and :. M.itvte. Me Gray of Christian family. No. 1 choir furnished
Hid red Harold sons .14)h...... r ;.1. bBLMLZLH METHODIST music with Mrs. Gladys

Naomi. Ruth daughters MeFord at the organ and No. 2
-- IN MEMORIAMIn ( Jam. Darts of :903 NWUtth Rrr. Aaron D. Hall Pastor others served.Evening .

t ed Itt hie home Tues. E. Ingram reporter devotion was led by
IN MEMORIAMIn rid but loving memory o-f' da>. l It t; Airangemenls art Sunday School 031 the pastor.. He preached a touch.

memory of my dear mother. our dear husband father and lat'O.H.Jort Include bl, Morning worship ll 01 Inf sermon' on the theme "Hold
crasdfathcr.UA wtl4'. i Ai 1 '. a stepdaughter Evening worship 7.0 Fast to Your Profession"
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JoI'I"' J\\\4.\ a brother Lt as pray for the sick and
.....,. t' >, of VaMotta: ; two The services were spiritually shut.Ins.
aleei'e Juia Hedge of ValM nigh Sunday. The Holy Com

II..... '.11! *. Hasel Young of munion was administered at the
Miami; morning and evening service. ST. JAMES A. M. E.Rev. .

There were four persons accepted .
R. UcNeal Harris pastor
LIt: \.1. a riewentlae Te the Invitation to Christian 9uadj School. ...,_........ fctf::
Fps art <>< I NW 5th court' died discipleship to become memo Mrs Sadie F. Dean reporter

.. NHI :. Graveside services t hers of the church. Create WcrsbH ___ ToICorefBf l
I ... Infant baptism will be held dor.
wer f r. 1 In Lincoln WorstUp IIM
i>ar, t. her parents Mr. ing the! worship service Sundayat The officers and members

an hm T art; seven 11 a.m.Members. welcomed the return of their
bro "> sfstera.ti who haven't been re. pastor and wife, from the annual
x 3 eel red Into the full membershipof I conference, for another

>t'lt> Murray, son of the church please be present year's work In kingdom building.
r 'a Mr WI'''.. Murray of Sunday 11 a.m. to accept the Sunday Dec. 11 during the 11

t r.1.'M 1T"1. M* "*t .f. 41..| Dec. 1. I membership vow.TtMPLE t a.m. service the $'.000 mortgage
strati; < '" n'ff'f's were held which was made during the
k' r>-e I rHoln. Ceaotery. BAPTISTRev. erection of the church pariah by
--- Dr. Albert J. Reddlck. will he
1. A. Tbompaoo, pastor
.1 burned
our present pastor with
I: .. T'.O.... .r 411 NWI Sunday School tJ the cooperation of the officers

r D-e.' 1. Graveside Morning worship ......., ...__.. 11:0 members and friends have work.
'I.al1lc I BTU IJ4 ed bard to liquidate said Indebtedness.

i I Evening worship T*1 We look forward to

J The number two choir will building parsonage and the
? < tea Sunday from 3:30 beautification of the church. A
ponsor a
MRS Fi I tt0.1 I GARDNER s
most cordial
who departed this life December p.m. to 5 at the home of the Invitation Is extended -
president Mrs. M. II.- bufD. 1SSO to members and friends to
11. 1959We e % .. Jawea Crump of
stlH: lore you and miss ,. "I irt It.. died.. Dec. 2 NW nth terrace. All arc Inrlt worship The with us will SUDda,.
pastor deliver the
PHILLIP R. HKROITwio I ed. This group: will also sponsors
you. May rout In pence HoffrftaL Services
morning m...."'. "The Unity of
Vivian Long daughter departed this life on !>.'*'."in rv.e It at 4 p.m. In talent program Menday even The Church." Matte
by choir No.
And Family tier b. 19S5.Gone i 'f' "i!: (ttr' .,tut Church Rev. 'tag S o'clock at the church. 1.
but not forgotten. I' "ffieUthMr. nurlal The young people are busy re.
Servant of God. well don. I I r ii h.. KhJ J t.* rvived by hearting for the Christmas canfata. '
IN MEMORIAM Krst from thy loved employ. !I. Willie and two Parents are asked to coop MT. CALVARY BAPTIST

In loving memory of Mrs Jane Herout. wK I "1 rr*. reloads may crate by sending them oat on
SYBIL S. HOGAN The Family .,) tit I .iiH'1 1 p.m. Friday. time. R... E If. Thomas" pastor

who panted away December 11 Phyllli Myers reporter
1954. Sunday School ____ .- 9:30

No one know how much we I IN MEMORIAMIn J..Ju: "-t' n.MM.r of 1731 I CARD OF THANKSThe Morning service ._...__.._.. 11 TO

miss you. No one knows the bit. \titi t. ; .1 led 1 Dec. S .la Jack. of DTTJ......._ 5.30Evvnlni :
ter pain we hare suffered tlneewe lorinj: mrmory of our dear +I. If UU rarvived by HHNRY family M the MOORE late.MR service ..........-......... 7:60:

lost you. Life! has never been mother and erandmother.MK.S 't.rta.: six: brothers withes to Its thank and Sunday morning: be< the ame. In our hearts your T u ..*..> was sent Appreciation express to the neighborsand first of a whole day back at our

memory (lingers sweetly, tender I. fur ...! rttea.4V. friends who were so kind and church.
fond and true No day passes our Sunday at 5-30: p.m we bad
thoughtful
during Its bereave
dear one that we do not think I" stillborn girl mf'nt. Your cards BTU with the chairman ftro.
telcram
of Smith la charge.
you. rr+ Henry Murray
flowers and other eipreasloas of
Sadly missed by titters. and c. T. Sunday night the church was.
sympathy
brothers were very consoling. filled. The pastor delivered themessage.
Special thanks to the Richmond
Gladys Sands r. ... e-f )Ir. and Heights Women's .
Louise. Roberts ,I Club the We thank everyone far the
L.e "'In.., diedOravelde Richmond IMcht
Meb's .
.
Club flowers
Bfewldle Meredith sent us. We forget to
.petal.
Wilfred.: D. Duncombe Funeral
Home for the fern they

',,, late MI.. V'er. for courteous service rendered gave U. We would like to teal;
A Again
accept
our heartfelt them thanks.
.'r NW 11th 81 thanks.
IN MEMORIAMIn Sister Katie
Mae
1 I on her job Nov The Family Hjrrd Is III
at home.
I .i !I', o ,. Perkinsi
sad but loving memory of i it* fl f S.'.r York was. --
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our dear mother and grandmother i
..
1 c"w. shipped
. .
.r. t M f ...... of Albert

-- --- ---- r { '. n'ns, Ic She
r In maiher. Mrs. BUY YOUR
CEMETERY
LOTS NOW
.' p. ofr ...... three ;.
c a
l elr"f. r-. Urotlter ef N e w At $S0 Per Space

.
I --
;
'
F ) $ M There Are no Lota Cheaper In

OI.A JONKt:. Southern Florida
W1o t-iMrt.tl.d lliu life Ih'cemb..t
9 19&9. EVERGREEN
MEMORIAL PARK
For Chrit se Hied for Christ

lie died. Sadly mussed by: 3065 N.W. 41st
k Street
; : i Mrs. 11.111.I... WitttaM.. .. Phon. NE 4-8242
i Mrs. Uiite Mae IJIWMMIMlM .
WKWe; Mae Jooe*.

daughters;
Wider J. W. Jones, sec.colt
/ vS and Denote )Morrow

grandsons =
And Fatally THOUGHT


r rape

IN MEMORIAM : f T 0 AY

r I .
In memory of our dear wife
and mother. I By LESTER C. ALBERT .

NELLIE WILSONwho CAROLYN I1A1N I ".:\'J.U\' MAN IS IJKK Tin COMPANY UK W WONT TO

departed this life December who departed this life DecemberS w KKKP M Kortpidc.
5. 1952 19(9 :
May she ret In peace and may Want to let her know that we This U another way of saying, vie 1UJ'I1OMtbM "Urd* of a

light perpetual shine upon her Hold her .In memory feather flock together. People tend to graritata toward other .
Gone but not forgotten. nut we! wonder can site hearD who share
Rer. C. J. Durn.,. son i.e. her spirit linger near FunJohn :" e late rotumua aaibltiooa brlie/s and IJeaU. Wbat.eer .

L. C. nurn ,. son Can she with. a true tight II '. I v.-re held Majvianls an inditkhuJ may answer to. It U a rr.*...aabl.<

Moczella Cooper, daughter See and read our hearts. aright; undx.. 1 1St 1. l .' p m at I uni4lon that this |.erw>o will aMociat mainly with other
Hattle ).IeCutt,. daughterIris God of the living. : In whoe era J-tm : t'hurch. 314 .>f like mien and character.It .
Wilson, daughter Unveiled thy whole creation Pies tllivia tit : U < Rev A 11 I I.
Sam Walker grandson Thy word Is true thv will I. **" MrCali i. t.'iJ'-4 The Key West1'adrrt94 i more than an AMWDJJdoo that the bereaved will gain

Drunell Holland To thee we her Lord. In trust ? l'il... ,ia eaarneott. I much C'OIUfontwa a loved one Is lost by reliance on a com
granddaughter For we kaow where'er a** ol array *' Mr. C.*wetl Is 1stuvlulH I Jtlf'Ce Mrr1r such .. la
well the rule
Carolyn Taylor Mi MH....... 11.... Ida I I"M" C842 X\V at 1IOVKB OF AI-HKICT.
granddaughter She is tiring unto thee. '-J. t.* saar*. Mrs.d lath Aye.-'l'he Light That Never Fat....- Phone
Lillian June FuJ:.,. Albert O, Bain qtr rf ..... Mr*. Ploy OX 1.1Mt.THE .
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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI FLORIDA ..., .
i King: and (ViCox's nc I
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1966 PAGE 13
Kinder wriijr *ten I i ATTENTION U!

;Mr*. 11..1'- ", ..! ,! I

The Httl K'rs "r <' .nd '
their attend-tnf ..frarten ','r Miami Merchantsand
will h* -if'' .,.....- '
section "0:. K'nr In

the Orange HV*. r. I' Businessmen
rade on 9at8fdairTh I
I !. 'I
I flU"'Pft 'b-\':
.. I
I little nranham.Gall AM h 'r ". T t., l' /I'HI.r.' Send your Christmas Greeting and say

I little lV.llr IV I' c- '

Th. King l_ ." ., .- 0 '. I "Thank You" to your customers and
attendant t* A+'t t. a -t1. v I
I There will ho .,'
a *> I
I Inn their. Rdd!'.i, *< ,. i !.to' : friends for their patronage during the
parents and pa-t':4 "" ., '.1 ...,.I I
Reupholstering LARGE 2-bedroom apt. In small meet at Hookr f ',' .... "
nnehnol in the Christmas Edition of
.
year
'
building. Cheap ,
rates In OpaLocka. =
at i':2' am lIIaturda.
Rpupholsttrlog work, all kindsof Call NE 4-0500 or OX I
furniture recovered reason 1-5453. tndf .....- -
o"i Phone FR 4-2329. W. Bar-
"'onV pick up and deliver. 11-,1' WANTK11: 1!| Let your boy t,iW l'. horn

Male or femae to veil leading at our Fine Art.. rn..rv".

beauty products. Apply at Lena tory band d"*.. Th'tr"rlays ei i
FOR SALEFOR Home Cmmetks, 80 NW bt .
r.Mondaya II((4 I p.m. R r.i.tr"t' -. <'".ur. _
12 noon to 2
THAT DREAM HOME or p.m. I day 10 a.m. CarYMCA

that Florida room" extra bedroom i-osmox WAXTKD I CALL OX 1-0421
or bath. RenodtUnf of GIRL WITH College background I I I II

ar.ykind. call Holmes NE 4- 728 desires work as clerk reception. .I NEED M" 4TY.a And our representative will call on you
for all your buildlnj needs all
1st. waitress or barmaid. PreferLlbertr
a'dihons cr remodeling can be City area. Ellen. OX I.I FO" THE! : IIi'

done with no money down up to 1.3827. ;i HOUD\YS? .
S wars to P 7Licenced and In- +

ID4f Roofing and house repair ao $25 to I r "'1 i
Job too large or small HOUSE FOR SALE
.
MAKE ME AN OFFER. On aerount I II
of death In the family II and n 4.1074 ROOF REPAIRHI Call PL 8-::: r,3

i want to tell 5 room house 2 OX TIn -Day rightiFa I I 1915 N.W. 49th Street
&ota. all furnshd. always rnt- IDEAL LON
d IOU NW CUb St. -
$9,500 full price-$650 down
--- 6105 N.\% 7tH 1....

FOR RENT .............. I I IJ Three Urge bedrooms, large living room, dinette

rVFURNlSHED APT. and urn 8Y CHARLES kitchen
city water
room. C LOW COST VITA"* ';a
OX I- 820. S. A. rhmr Indf
C RUPTURE SUf- 1 mortgage $80 month till paid, no 2nd mortgageno

LOOKING FOR a clean furnish.d o FOOT APPU'\:
o MEDICATED C'( *t'1o balloon. Large lot
room with kitchen? Call OX -
'IMPORTED .P- a if A"
l 4fi 4.rHF.nnOOM.
o CATALOGUE 2'e Call FR 11493Harmar

CDS. Nice home. SUPER POT' NCY

finlotion.. 3011 NW 51st T rNR TABLFTX 1......... --. ....... .....,....., ...
,..,...". S-14CC. .
100 $4.5 !. tft .:

BK UTIFUt ROOM la print Moore Health Fquipmnt
horn.. with rooking prlrtler toearktng
woman or man 1I2CVW : 3440 S.W. 104IU Ct. Inc.

SSth at.. NE 2740 MIAMI %%, Fl' Rir.->A ,

un1'Q R 3094 NW list Terr..
jI' OFFERS
'eras NK 4.9I2S. )lr. Jordan.T .\ :W
-.,

."' I.-'no!:. clean rooms by FOR RFi.r! NEW CUSTOM BUILT
f'-.. or w.*k. reasoaabla. tAb of !
-."'n* im-A NW Ird a".. C CHOICE 1.8rnopM

-fc _for___Mint Martha. _______ CORNER AP"TSIn : LUXURY HOME

..
ttnt'Qt9. 1 thro bedrooms 1 0 FiftH i BtatlrtiincADULTS
'or" hdrnnm., CBS. FR 3-7110.
.) (jr.! '\ 1260 N. W. SSth St.
1
"'PORno" APT. with rcfrlic.
""'''f' ...4 .tn"-. only 114 Our tJur Itanlrr to heat
pr are 5815 N.W.12tt Ava.I Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
w..rr '
511W 70th M Manager lout A IIM fix* nat. Ilea( ( take
"" ""fOfftI IIH, OX 1.1341. crawl !,...! when the |-t n..to I i I SEE CARETAKER \ *<.> 7
2 BATHS
3 BEDROOMS -
.
no tnor* 0
I "**r>nomc norsE. m NW I .' ROOM
j .".'. T,.rr OX 1-C34I. NA _h.t 0 LARGE FLORIDA

o R"t7 .".enfnes.i w e WOOD FLOORS TILE ROOF

I BUILT-IN OVEN AND RANGE
,Inner. 1tr111F. *. Brooms In. POOlTRY FISH SEE TIIF c(\ rs 9 ENCLOSURES
".. a t et 1'Ct' .i.t T>rr OX a TUB AND SHOWER

ta#_111 Aare. SA 1.etU .yen MARKETFRESH LFADINCPSYCHIC t D ENCLOSED GARAGE

'r \ M RLst 53592Open
MO
--- v'-a Telephone

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et 1.4112.N'"mrrT' t4JjI
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...t.r nor.*!,RLA* littrhen nOOK pdvtt.g for n'H' .. 50% WholesaleTo ,

""JC pS.a:.53: J1tmntn111.. all businesses service I I Kites to 8 P.M.


"O'q 1.h"drnoni. c.ntnlivlt.d theatrically and -
clubs
Partly furnished 417'rat' .
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
.th .t. FR 1.4C20. D17 Political
her year, cf t'1 J'' Ie e
""' .rs SH.. rnn'lll fomtektiTito eda'"t %%> ,c*rrr a rn ..|4He Hit of and protect yo"' t t I I.fe I
., giitfp. IR4nIM and wirertl.lneerwrlII1M ,u+ In
.nt fir wV saoartmAnt as a tightt**ION 4p3.e
hftrnwt + nam,..... ant catalog F rand iNCCrs. .e'ws"t
fnrnl.hM a stsrm.
,.,. a.n NW 7th aYe.. apt. 1 ._ .rail.lar fnr i''f.sI fn .-..". lev. I
MM Cnrln attAnnPJ.JX \\. prw+tt a few 'IIf"f"IaI. 'errIlot
FCDON'T >
with u..r lmirlnt and .I CONSULT r
STAY IN TP; r GT
For altft pl'nna. 1112 vets l.etttent. OUT NOW. IV T. f P 0' i!;
'lW SOfh .t. Fnr .,
mow lnforma.ttpn Lowest Prices Anywhere COD SHE CAM ME I.d. I
ml] pt 4.0S17.
Q.I.. iww+ka &.r.n tOO bonks !
?-nRnROOM APT Hot ntehead A..aJnon Office HOuYE
water.
*'*rtr$(.. .t >T.. Nl** rarroaadlBra.' Pnvebrw 11.45 A 1 non t a.m. 9 p. s. i
3044 NW ,......... r...... A AZ ,0Nt I
list St NE 4-41 7tnfr.imr Tur. 9 a.m. t*
-- "!.f' "'r'rtnf'ft'' A.2.non Q
nr f'f.'r.F. Trot 'hI""+ning Taye 5.1rt 1000 7 p.m. '

"hon. Ke sell n.w and wed get. rrau hall pr Mil foldrlrmrHIc Sunday:
,loth..... ':'fUn NW Ilk A"t' PIT nrtW"t1. rh.np rant.,. rhantehoMerr 10 a.m. 3 p.M. l'

-l.nROnOOY- -HOUSE, furnished. hanks key ,...... rase money N1IftM foM DAILY J TUESDAY APARTMENTS

1ft the rear NE 5-1150 .......-r ...ring kit rata' hrwwlewn4ow READING ..- .. WEDNESDAY STORES
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dimlar "ttlfInf' .fI."' '
WE HAVE fV>ME choke' l.bed. tw..k&I.b hamper a.rt..rt' $1,00 UP .' I II FRIDAY HOUSES

ro... anartaenti for rent at 2145 I .,........ all **!_ lorer .. rhnae I
NW 4Mb Ft at 524 NW 22ad 8t.Fn from. PIne 5OO Itetn. M Y.*f. EP'!!' "L FR 7.3745
Phnn. t-3574. 1301 N.W. 3rd Ave.
4'1.10.. avert PMrea MADAMHUNTER

ROOM Quiet person or coup)* In Are available at your i

*artrate*..... Harrl home. with 2123 kitchen;NW 43rd prlTt-ftEAlTlFIrL request 1617! N.W. 7' "1. : nla! .4. CI.Inc.! >II<

For detail or interview MIAMI, r tOo&t 1J( D 1] .. ,! ,

furnished roo m. rI .. '
Wr.te # .
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PAGE 14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 t Barber Returns From

Phone OXford 10544 Hour U 1-* t* 7
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Canadian Pro Ball
WATCH FOR BLACK AND

PHIL OSSOFER WHITE HALLKAPPAS DR. ALMOND C. EDWARDS
William Barber ex-BTW and

SAYS: ELECT OPTOMETRIST FAMU end returned to tho city
on Wednesday from Calgary Al
OFFICERS FOR '61 berta Canada. *her* be prayed
ANNOUNCES THI OPENING OF
Hit OFFICE professional
football
with the
The Miami Alumni
The Battle of New Orleans In Chapter of Calrary Stampeders. during the
Kappa Alpha Pal has started the EYES
EXAMINED
our modern un-clrll war cone ball CONTACT LENSES recent season. Barber reports
rolling for the New Year
tinues to rage. Did you tea (on The that his team finished third lathe
scene of the
nett to the last
Ttbe segregationists, Canadian
wands Professional Foot-
fag; In the paths of delusion de. the meeting home of the Bro.year Leonard took place In 6823 N.W. 15th Arenu Miami, Florida ball League after playlnr a
and
fling the law of the land and Silhouette total of 24 frames. Barber plans
Sallle
the laws of God? 59th Walker. 1722NW T I ,I to spend a few weeks .In Miami
st. Bro George
Green
One carried a Bible, and stoodIn and then return to Florida AAM
was responsible for the delectable
front of the home of Rer. ...,....... where he will resume his studies.
repast that was enjoyed by the
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Fiord Freeman, whose child was --- .-
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one remaining of the In two the White school.children She follows The election present.results' were as RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE-- Disability Age 50
: Arthur (Corel-son pol.
thumbed
the Bible.through crying out.the taunting pages of march, reelected for another I 0 Rectal Diseases Varicose Vein About 125.000 disabled work.
ly "Jlererend, I don't term; C. Sulllran Culver Tlcepoltmarch ITS under age SO and their families
thln.In the Bible about aee any ; Eddie: J. Straehan. effective painless non>surglcat offke treatment at Uw ce t- are now eligible for social
Integration
!" keeper" of records; Oscar Edwards no less time or Income. Avoid surgery and hospltatlxation. Why social security disability ntur-

Poor soul! Spiritually blind, Sr. etchequer re-elected; wear truss Why suffer delay and get wo,...' nce benefits aceordng to E. P.
she could Kelly C. Wilson, strategus; Kennedy D'oniton. district manager of the
grasp no truth from the
Bible. As I watched her and the A. Mumford Lt strategus; CONSULTATION FREE Miami North Social Security Of.

others these words of Jesus fil. Henry W. Daniels, historian and : Special medication' treatments, diets' for arthritis. neuritis. ulcers .. fice. Before' recent changes In the
Herbert A. Ammons. ehap'aln blood taw only people between SO and
tered through mind pressure sinus' ,
my : "Father, anemia lost
vigor chronic'
dlseaeee
forrlre them for they know not All Kappa men are urged to of men and women. IS eonjd,} recelre disability pay
what they do." come out and get on the Kappa ment. B'.onston: said. People an.
Kara ran and plan for the fabn. ; der SO of could hare
On the brighter side of this I DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General l Health Service years age
ins Black and White Ball, yeas1qt. their earnlnr record frneen but
mother battle of Mrs.the Daisy other white Gabriel child:>. ; The last meeting of the i i 1545 $.W. tat St. FR 1-2741 o REDUCING ronld not collect benefits.Mr .

attending .etu>ol. grasped the year will take place In the bnrneof I __ Blons'on said today that
tnie Chrlttlan spirit with her Bro James E. Hart. 2009 NW j most persons under RO who *.dMd
!65tb Terr.Royal .
their nodal security recordsfrozen
.lumUIun..1 1f'lharrltle-lnl'____,.u_ ._ attitude._ In thus I bad been eoMnrfM b. "'.

ton while wa'klng vitutaiiwu through* n..r I'f'ae-the Twenty ClubThe nflce. and step taken to start
mob the payment of their benefits.
was. t felt at
nirself. You know. I'd peace rather with floral Twenty Wn." .n',, 'A rLEY'S CUT.IATE STORE If you hare hd yortr f*Htrnrltr
take a beating from a mob than r'nb of Coconut Grore held !Its .. record frozen, but bar
from my conscience." 'smlar meeting at the home of The Friendly Store With Th. Warm Walcom not yet reeelred a letter asking'
lent thin the attitude taken Mr*. Ethel t r, ". 31:1: $ Wash I you to !get In touch with your

tho early heroic fhri,tl by n in rt on Are Coconut (lent" 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 .oHal. security office, you should
martyrs as htey. faeed the lions In Many hutlln"ful Item of the do .o as soon U rn.lbV. If you
the arena of Rome? e'nb were dl-ru".ed and plans The finest products at Cut Rate Prices ire severely disabled, and 'work

Another man'tlr"tttUon of thl.* wre formulated for the annual CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR ed under social security for at
ALL THE
FAMILY
r"
ri tma .
matnlflcent Chris tan spirit by "art, I leapt fire of the 10 years before
Mrs. Oabrlelle wan rerealed in I Mr William the head of the Tm Sets .OS Dolls St.Oft op von became disabled. von should

her renrt'on to a neighbor's ad. Children's' Department at Ken.1all. monition < rare a brief. but Cants Be up not done .
that she wan foolish to I Informa'r j I ix> DUahl'ltr: Insurance
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stand br her principles rather talk. Nrlrrfrtl I liotrd randlr I *. Fruit Oakee 1.00 op benefits may be payable to you.

than her friends. She said "I }frs. Pear bad ee hr hn".e II 1.33 up Cbrtstmaa Tree
thou ht to mr.elf'Neighbors' 'feet. a relatlre.: John Lee Jet I III Upta .DII O AST-W/ 0.1. a new leaflet
!tat
IN Varllne np
ettanre. Principles don't." non of D-trntt. who Is nailing explaining the recent changes In
God beM| this woman and the there for a few days. H oa jar 89c .Many other gifU the' Social Security Art is available .

true Chrlftlan Reverend Fore The next meeting will be held OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY S A.M to 10 P.M. at the Miami North office.
man' It is beautiful at the home of Mrs Ambry D*. Stop by ant pick up your copy
souls like the.** who will truth.betn&win *'.. 3441 Oak Are.. Dec. 11, with JOHN A. MeMINN. Owner Or If you are unable to do that
batt'... for the oneness of our I Mrs. Edna Mlnro entertalnlnr' write or phone the office and
kind and b'aie the trail man. The hostess was thanked b I they will be glad to send you a
to the Mrs Mlngo. 7 ropy The address Is
Kingdom of nunn !I 224 NT
on
earth. I Mrs. Ethel Peaty, 79th it and the phone 1 Is PL
reporter
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oak floors tile p.m.--
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I Holsum Co. Gives in Bonuses THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA

$4,370 I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 PAGE IS


ChrUtmas bonus totaling'

420 will Negro be employees handed HoltumIlaktrr at 4 Boy Scout Troop 73 Something New to be

p m. Dee. 10 at Dinner Key Restaurant The Troop's activities started Seen (And Heard)
when they will be guest
of President Jodean Cub at the Friday morning with nine boys Something completely new and UNIFORMSSPECIAL
Itakeryl's annual holiday dinner i attending a Junior Leadership different will be offered to the
Conference which was held at patron of the King 0 Heart
party. B MHMIM M Camp Rocky Pine. The boy Club this coming Thursday night
The dinner la from Troops U. 77 and 99 were on Dec 15. wh!'n the ChaUen DISCOUNTS TO
being held early, shown filmstrips on scouting. A gets of Songs styles and voices
discussion period folowed: then will compete against one anotherfor
Holsum's presl. he meeting was adjourned for the mythical title of the Best CHURCHES & GROUP ORDERSWe
dent explained lunch, Singing Group in 8o..t" r "r+..<
to permit em.ployees Each boy had to prepare and The Challengers listed for this

to attend took his meal In tin foil: over an first affair consist of The lire s.Cs the largest selection on long and abort
carry
the Granite Bios-: open fire and seemed to hare had of Ft Lauderdale the Inspirations
Horn Classic at a good time. One reworked of )Miami the Mls ettes of sleeve uniforms in Miami. Our representatives will
tie Orange Bowl know that I can cook as good as Miami and the Velvet Wheels of
Stadium that mother The boys returned to Pompano Deach
come to church-No obligations.Robins .
..".alnr.-- Fla A. d their discussion group after In addition to thin marrelous your
and M Unlrenlty. last ,ur'* national lunch The meeting ended at '-30 array of singing talent the popular '
champions and undefeated' host and mater of ceremon. .
LangRton Unlrerslty of Oklahoma p.m.Troop 73 pitched their tents by yes of the King '0 hearts Phil
will compete for this year starlight and cooked by the Harris will prevent the girl with
national football championship. moonlight: It was about 10 p.m. the mot talked about voice of
Attending the Ilolsum dinner when the boys got to bed. 1950 the senMtlona new plnr.Inr Uniform Center
find R Loin Foreman, slnr-
party will be more than 170 pereons. Saturday morning at C they
Including SI employees were up cooking their breakfastof Inr for you the songs you want
bacon and eggs. Breakfast be. to hear Other star act will be
of whom bring a truest.Ilosides .
earn may
President Cash, Ilolsumetecutlres Ing orer. they went for a drill In featured on the frame Mil. 5900 Sunset Drive
Advance ticket will be anll.AdnnC'f' !.
map study and
compass reading.
the dinner will In.
at South Miami-MO 6-8501
They broke camp at 12 noon ticket will be arall-
rlud. n. E. Chlrers rice presl-
and were back In Richmond able for this .ttn."lW'C"lal mnl.
dent: Frank Irw A. director ofsales I Heights at U.30 p.m.. tired but 1719 N.W.10th AvenueOpp.
R. J.
adn.II'ln
and <<: happy I ticket sale office and bjr the
Faut. secretary and treasurer: members of the mntiral group Jackson Ho p.-FR 4-1108
Arthur Prank advertising and entered In thh tinging' competition .
puMie relations manager: IT. L.nartf. Spend Less on Admission at the door will
*. wpt of bread production Parties be SI 50; advance $1.25. 2204 Collins Avenue
R r fttflgham. Supt of sweet More Music will be furnished for Miami Beach-JE 8.7272DRIVER'S
good production; L R Wright On NAACP the evening of oinging and dane |
.Tort and shipping manager tag by W. r.ala...,'* orchestra
and S..I Jeffrey, Supt of main. Wllberforre Ohio Th. pre. featuring the torrid trumpet
...n lItH.1tfd"nt. 'dent of Central State College styling of "TIappr" Hone". Come
Pr* Cafcj said plans for here has urged' collere studentsto i I out and ,,")nY an inning that
the entertainment program aremade spend "lees on parties and no- will be talked about and 'long re.wembered .
dais and more on the NAACP" for a long time to
committeeby
twin. by a
..d by Wllmer Floyd who Dr Charles Wetley peklngM i come
fm. been with the TToltnm or- a Freedom Fund rally, cited I LICENSE !
the NAACP for the "fine work
n M .Unn 25 rear Ployd. who
which It Is doing to make '
Amerl. APTS. FOR RENT
r-""" at 141 IS Jefferimn Pt .
can democracy real and m..anlnifut. BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
R .hneond Height Is supervisor ."
EfflcUneks
f..f TTft.u", '. larre flour unload. Herbert L. Wright. NAACP 1...dr.em GIVE A DRIVER'S LICENSE OR LESSONS
to" f>"d .torn re plan Twelve
youth FOR CHRISTMASO'BERRY'S
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secretary noted that Central 1 Bedrooms
,
h.n ta itr* a, tall a* Un.-tnrT State
College students had O* ..
V 'Mln.*. located alongsidethe already rt".non.ld"r&bI... fl. Rent Office
"nPft4tat Smithflaml.. .
u.e""o4a nanclal support to the AoHa. 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.
? 1.:00.000 pound oftlmtr. lon He il
reported that Central
MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
tudenta last year enrolled: $00 THE BEST IN TOWN
TV* Hlnm dinner' program members In their collere rhaft live money 6262 N.W. 15th AVENUE OX 1.5283
.'11 fnettide choral music hy theM I
ter and contributed tl.300 to the
Vehn TtantM rhnreb choir .,
NAACP
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"""..". 1l,ns 5W Ulth Terr ---. A&....
"'t'"" ", Fiord will a rve a* mat
,,.r of e r''mont|" Th* full rourved'nner MANSIONfOR /
with tnrVe will| be ferv. For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call I

..., h. Tranhoe Caterer
President cash said the Hoi SALE %
slim dinner' party Is staged each
'BONDEDCOLLECTION
rear hr the baking company In rpiI.J
amtreHnttnn of Its company DELUXE NEW3.BEDROOPtt.
member* The bonus total of
BATH
M ??'0 this year I. larger thwdnrlnc 2 ,
anr previous year FLORIDA ROOM
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SCREENED PORCH
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OAK FLOORS

EXPERT WATCH AND 2 CARPORTE

CLOCK REPAIRS 80 x 100 LOT

Andrfwa Jeweler $3,000 cash downCor. AGENCY Inc. I

303 N.W. 2nd A".. ,
9th Ave. and
All, >..rk guaranteed f Y

40 V..r. I. ......... 61 at St. ,. "
FR LOUS Open Sat & Sun. 3.6 The largest collection and rental
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agency in the South; operating in
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WE BUILD NO MONEY DOWNLot V. Negro Housing

&... BROOKS, Frs.ldtntMANAGING areas
K K 110 Good for 1 .nlt --Sl.HO

CASH PAID FOR LOTS OR HOUSES AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
BRAND NEW-Lont iu ha a I ath kitchen
BROWARD
ace oak floors the .Uctrle COUNTIES'I 4

CHARLES AVE. '
3528
1430 N.W. 59th STREET

SEYMOUR BARONJE : i

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o 2040 N.W. 75th IT. -- PL -IM7
FR 1.1493 10" N.W. 5th IT.
703 Seybold Bldg. JS01 GRAND AVE. __... HI $.1$1 Ft. Lauderdale' __ JA 4.55x7

First and Second Mortgages 4240 N.W. 27Ui AVE. NB I."" |St HAMMONOVILLE RD.

Porn,sac -.-..-. ...-.. WE. $.$Z$$
Home Improvement Loan. Small Monthly Payment H74 N.W. CZfid It. OX .4421

14440 N.W. Ural AVE.
No Inspection Fee 17S2S HOMESTEAD AVE 0,. Locks MU tMUCB

Coenble aft pour d.tu '"*. Oft. easy paid "mtr18a t P,rrte I.IUI

Phone FR 1-14IS-Our r r-ed..btlv.. will call ea l'tI< MAIN OFFICE I


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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA I
I Mt. Zion Holiness Church In Per.
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 I tine H. will; deliver the sermon

Ex-ITW Twiialf Grid --SPIRITUAL---- BAPTIST I of observing our church.the llth Elder anniversary Elizabeth SPLIT LEVEL HOMES

I Sunday morning we will hare Gray will give the history of the
as our guest speaker Rev. R. D. church.
Great Tams 'Pro1Mr. In n.bam. wbo is tbs pastor of Y'ALL COME

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.. DR. JAMES R. LINDSEY
.' PODIATRIST Richmond HeightsCOR.

{ a Foot and Leg Disorder FILLMORE ST. and CORAL REEF DR.

{ f a.m. to 2 p.m.-4 p.m. to S p.m. OPEN SUN. 2 TO 6 P.M.

;\ 712 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami, FU. 3-BEDROOMS, 2 TILED BATHS
GARAGE, BUILT-IN OVEN RANGE

AWNING WINDOWS LARGE CLOSETS

WHY PAY RENT?
HAIR REMOVED PERMANENTLY FROM FACE

limbs and body, that caws you concern and ombarraasmoni LOW DOWN PAYMENT

Fast electronic method medically approved. Free consultation LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTM.

ELECTROLOGIST FR 3.2748 by appointmentDR.
H. M.
Inc.
LONG'S CLINIC BUILDING

1M5 8.W. First Street Miami Fla. Ora D. Taylor, agent CE 5-4246

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High and Florida A & M University ,
gridder vi'ited the DTW High

campus A graduate Nov. 30.of the Class of '53 Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR

at BTW High. Mr. Barber is! homr A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
for a few weeks vacation before
returning to Canada in Februaryfor
next season's training.Mr. .
Barber plays the positionof
wing-back and fullback with H
the Football Western League.Canadian Professional H -

At FAMU. he was a star end on
Coach Jake Gaither's eleven for I
four year lie was outstandingin
the "Rattler's" victory over
Prairie View College last year in
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the Orange Blossom Classic in 1 t.
Miami

At present Mr. Barber has no
.
of discontinuing his foot- .
plans '"
ball career. However wheneverhe \ 'J...# ... ,- ... .
decides to call it quits he plansa :. ).;..
career in the field of Education. .

Alumnus Mr. Barber to play is the Professional first BTW This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

football. MOVE INTO YOUR OWN HOME BEFORE CHRISTMAS! !
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY

itta O'lre Alexander. exeen. Only $695 Down
tire director of JKSCA, was
,tlnn1,'",t.d n.ha'i an a )de'i Contention..ate tn the to Na.he MOVE RIGHT IN. NO CLOSING COS TS $20 WEEK PAYS ALL. SEE BEN

jinn held dftl1u In April n'ha'l at Ilnune th" thrw of Worship mil. AT 1955 1965 N.W. 53rd ST. CLOSE TO 2 BUS LINES. PRICED LOW. OPEN

on the nborwi of I..,e
Mlrhlrtn. XVIImette. 111. At the SUNDAY 12 TO 6 P.M.

fate canventlon herd: U-t Sun.. --v-_ ,..r-.r-..,... __# -rw... TW--- .,...., ril ...-" '"
day at the McAlllftrr Hotel, other
)MIWai HeHM e. (!.....-' 'c TERRIFIC PURCHASE Only $595 Down BRAND NEW CBS
Miss Ida Solomon and Mr.
were baths furnished
5 bedrooma, 2 ,
Of"Orlr Strltf M<.. A exand.*r bedroom, one mortgage, close
rerely 'd the hlht number of quiet area. Good for 2 families. See 1739 NW 59th St. schools Lock
to Opa area.
vote. of all MT dt*ratH. who I Rental income, hat 2 kitchens.

wHI represent the Florida Dsha'ls One mortgage, $78.50 monthly. Open Sunday 1-6 p.m.
at the national' ronvntlonThe $995 Down

Human *R'tht.. "mh1r flay will at Its observe reru. Newly painted in and out. City 1541 N.W. 154th St.

J.ar.t.|. public meeting at the See 7800 N.W. 15th Ave. water close to bus lines, deeplot
Center 8pm flee 11. (Oorr $595 Down
g..U. memHor of the Greater jalousJedL:
Miami Chapter \I:
American Assoe-
MOVE RIGHT IN
talon for tb. I'nlt'd
Nations, will
speak on "HumanFIRST RlghtL' bedroom CBS with stove and bedroom CBS with sun porch Custom Built Mansion

refrigerator. and sleeping porch. Total price For the particular buyer, 3*

UNITARIAN Only $795 DownSee $9,995 with $995 down $85 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 car
Dr John II-,11 Jnn.s local p...._ Tracy Sunday 1-6
chn'o.l.t IIInd former n mlfttter wit talk n.* ..Th. Then 1270 N.W. 51st St. closing costs. See 1371 NW 52ndSt. See
lortea' nt for Marrla fI" at Beauty. our Myrna Sunday,
th* 1A "M adult fnmm mt t-. .
1.& p.m. 6090 NW 9th Ave.
First ITnt-+rltn Church. 46 SW
29th ro*.| on Sitttdav D"'r 11 Under construction. Carver
This PundiT hu two.n deslr.nated Ranches. New 3-bedroom CBS DUPLEX BEAUTY
an M"nta! IT..ltb S'lnday See this 2-bedroom CBS home at
homes.
Drive 5200
N.W.
by 10th Ave.
Thf' RT n".rt Son.
W will
n
1850 NW
53rd St.
Tile
sneak n" "l ...l""" "nttf'd Re- $495 DownPut roof,
Only $1,495 Down
ll'fon Member* have been aik.df t carport, jalousied front porch,
I'd to hr'nt !Pi r.. "r mnn" tn. up deposit pick colors. One 2 carports, fumuhed. See us to clean, one mortgage only. No
trH>uMnn to patients. In mental
mortgage, no closing costs. closing costs.
hn*''tU thrn rh our local Mental : show Terms. City water, close
Health Society.FRIENDSHIP : to bus. $595 Down

M. BAPTISTRev COCONUT GROVE 'I! ngJ r j sg igyjygaM y ygytfyy

W R Slm' pn.tor Very cute 2-bedroom home, I EDISON CENTER
SU Ruby Lee Carr. reporter' Brand new 3-bedroom CBS patio, stove, refrigerator, one Open
Sunday .hnn' ...-..-*-."-... S'S9Mnrnlnr homes, Hardwood floors, built Sunday 1-5 p.m.Led.-
worship ................ 11 '00 I in oven and mortgage. No closing c room, carport, city water,
Evenlnr senrlce .........._....... 700 range. wood floor schools, buses.
Sunday the s rvlre were' very'
t"l
uplifting as the pastor preached $1,495 Down I SEE 7753 NW 15th Ave. $795 Down
both morolnc and evening 3181 3185 Hibiscus Street
sermons. Sunday. Dec. 4. was the $595 Down 1011 N.W. 66th St.
beginning of the church 'hlral! ...,. ..
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year. So the resitratlon of members .. .. ,riiIiiI Wi" ...."1I"fIII\I\
beran AM during the pert.od SEE US AT 201 #
of regi tratlon. You are always N.W.62ND STREET
welcome at Friendship.

NOTICE"Th FAIR REALTY PL 71645We

elaw of 1S51 of North
western Dorvevl P*"|or Hl-h
are asked to meet at Northwest are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Sundays
en:. Dte. IS 5 &. M. In n* .*i. List lots with
for cub
purpose room. All mf''Nori areurged i your ua quick ale. Beat prices paid '
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to be present Nellie Wile
Hams, chairman. Ij I
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