The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 17, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00245

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t A Hate Bombers Hit

Atlanta School

r n' I Karly Monday, a shattering neighboring Negro home and Mayor William D. Hartsfield
explosion In Atlanta. Ga.. blait. J parked ears with flying atones I I I beamed "political dmarogue
w t3 1 a Negro school, extensively Tand debris, and tearing a and Indifferent civic leader for
i'r damaging the auditorium and foot-deep crater near the the racial outburst.

[ two tla" rooms, showering wa,. t.O-I Negroes had mass prayer

I I, __ __ meetings and a downtown marchIn
CUfi Atlanta on Sunday protest .
Ing; segregation.; It Is old that
Insurance Man Heldin the dynamiters may hare sought
I to counter this demonstrationand
the Negro lunchroom all-
t' downs and picketing. No one wa

'ieBc k Fake Death Injured.
., Mayor Hartsfleld said:
"Practically all of the rabble-
rousing, cross.burnlng. a bee t_
IMES I On Tuesday a Miami Insurance the $..000 policy on a West Ito!. flapping end dynamiting U done

offk'al' was Identified .. one of I{ Ijnrood womaa. by people who do not live inside
three men who were present Ina The charge said, that Stanleyand the limits of Atlanta They aft
I Ilal'andale funeral home whena two other had made arrangement commonly! known aa the outhouse
death certifIcate was filled' out to bury another wo crowd.**
for a "dead" woman who U very reward
who In
Washington former Mist Page One calls atieflflwo tp the much alive.11'ar4 County man hospital and Identify her Estimated at from three to It
bundle of dynamite was
New March of Dimes. This campaign prondts funds forTWtkmal Wa .. the policy holder.Police .tl'h. a
hurled: at the side entrance
Foundatioa't for birth directs, arthritis and sn a II. Stanley, superintendent
program of the Independent Insur.aaee << .said the "dead" woman the 1.(00 pupil) English Avenue
patients;;aids the training of professional or an urpo { company is charged with turned up In a search for wit. Elementary School: from a mo.
tific research. conspiracy to defraud the firm of nesses In another case. Ing auto, apparently


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Dawson Nixes Cabinet PostMan

Fame and glory may IH all
right but with a politician It'a

I ; Assailant Held power Rep that William count Dawson D.111.

Dies After Beating; mad this clear Thursday when

h* turned general down ths offered job of him po.t.mul..r by.

Presidentelect .
- on
A :I..r old truck driver was
charged with first degree murder titi4)' M'sa'c'TtU: : .
last Friday as one of four Tic.tlms has 1C years seniorityIn

son Memorial'In a squabble Il&epltalClld. died In Jack 'Holmes School Death Driver Gets Hearing the, CoiigreM powerful and House.I* chairman OovernmeatM of

M. Bttfl went into a I ,)| >ratlnns Committee.
drinking! party a week before and i Damaged by FireThe Jacob J) MrCray 27.of. Home lie I also represent the. ant
argued over a MO government etrad was given a preliminary r..ncrt WIFE SLAYER I II Prate Jus
Check IIwaMde D4ee4ie A C eafeiartuin of sinew fie aranng Thursday > the state's wealthiest and economically
Melonl Mid He fought four ", ..tar, ; laoel. I17 NW <7tbm I Ii I lice Hylvncter. P Adair oncharge. most Important b.-
men at 6*2 :';W !th st and ,left was damaged by ire early I HELD IN MURDER of manslaughterOn cause it Include Chleafo'a loop.
'them ail unconscious. Saturday.ffnwite. November 20. McCray Dawsoii would hue to resign
Dead Is Herbert W. Moody. ST. i Metro Mtwlel4e detective Mon I crashed his car into the home of the* potts to accept a cabinet
*of 1XS1 NW SCtb ..... whose eMMi.g from the tottdlag tv Jl.-! Walter !.*. Jr. 21. on Airman Joseph McCoy, killingthe position.The .
kill wa fractured. The otft.fcer was !pelted by a passerby IrM degree murder charges la airman's eight.month.old preMeatelect told
*. Walter N. Co. S:. and An who tuned la the alarm. .". shottf* tat hU wife. Sunday sleeping daughter Vlckl. and In. he accepted the 74.year.old reporters
fdrew J. Raanel. ,.. both of 62NW lnetat..rs **M the blase alibi They sid Lee shot bUwife. jurist; McCoy's wife seriously IUw.on*. decision but eipectedto
,. Ith .t.. and Robert E. hat eau+ed more than $1.&** da.** RMta. '5. with a shotgun MrCray was In a traffic acct consult the
,t ton. St. of 244 NW Cth St.. were and may Have been been arson. after a* arfttBteat> over her quit. dent and was trying to outrun a problems of government congressman In the on
held a* witnesses. j The fire will be lnve tiated. ting Wai. police carTRINITY conduct of his administration.

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CHURCH SUNDAY iliAiro .latlon WMOM will bee
sin Sunday at I.20 to pick uj
Found on UM's CampusA Sunday afternoon at 2 p mhe Messenger Wljah Muhamma4'a
( IU th:hem amid Chattier weekly natton.wld program Itwas
will share with the members of announced this week by th.
....tber.bf'at..a skeleton be. Trinity CUE C'.urch In aI-I'* loral Temple The weekly pro.
llev.d to be that of a middle ; view of the recently t.urrhased tram will h* heard U snore than
aged Negro woman Us bones High Slams Church on the corner t>f NW Ith 75 major cities.
scattered by animals was foundon st at 6th ave This '0".1, edlfi The 1fM'.. Temple also reveal
'I' .
the caaapws of Miami Ualver.ilty ,. will be the horn of Trinityas --4 that the highly controversial
I of January 1 Malcolm X. minister of the New
on Saturday. His FNIen Tailor wi I M th. York T..mp'.m speak here on
i New OrleansNew matron of the day for th. aftern Sunday at the Miami Tempi.
medical eiaal.ner
According to on services and n" pastor will <21. NW 2nd av.. at 2 oVJock.
J.*e .. Davy the hoses had
Let and
render one
...tat.. the program, The meeting I I. open to the pub
been ta.ural Or:>ans' ant integration -- all> com and share with us in tic. but the local' Tempi will admit
boy who ..erelatb.na I shoot taws were given a set. these great programsrKcember no whites.Mr .
Two teenage 'onHOIM It4 a.**.1. aM court II will be EasternStar
back Monday when the Supreme
<< pine cones for Christ Court declared them ail uoeoastUutional. said bl..*t"y that the objection Day at Trinity During the Muhammad has his h.*dquarter -
the skeinton I
ma decorations found raised hjr I.nnssiana. against tb. morning worship the Star of tat.F.ul In Chicago.' II. |* th.
near Southwest 141th at. aotJ.. .f the lower wurt were Chapter No 72 will worship spiritual :leader of the largmtMoqae

and 122nd Iv.'CUSS Th'court, In an unsigned but '........t ...,t.II .1- at the Old Trinity on 6th court .roup''la America. 1(.
I uaaalnaous pinion.. turned down Bis Charlotte r Hark .Is the has oftea ben attuk4 as aatl.
PLEASE! I the .....'* request tht tAMp& Di.Nau 4 tk>e **..rtn.: .. MOpe Worthy Matron and Dro. O C white, aatt Christian and a
tans In New art.M toe bold ft.P .f tJM ena..ni.nt. and the ba. Clark 1s the Worthy Patron of staunch. ....nutloD.... Im the
1Iti t page of ynor !Miami ..a4n. an appeal from a lower sis .. which ta.., were found la Chapter The Masonic' Family of w.*ks ahead Mlamlans will bar
Time. have been printed with three judge """ral Co.rt. oMftlot with the CooMMution Greater Miami Is Invited to at. *a oMM rtualty to bear this maa -
Ut iek. date (I>,ec. 10). We I of trod Mess serv4cs which. will d..t"ed his views and tell about
taught the error before oar last I L While tn. dec'aton does not the shad H.is aM not mat. ha at 11 am. Her W. V. hU economic program for th..
retina. WM |irinted. We goofrd! Ie:... the door for the state to I ..*. e-f do U.w Geary will' be the speaker advancement of the Nsgro.1berae .


United Fund Drivein Northwestern Choir to

Present "The Messiah"The

Final Stages 200-volce choir of theNorthwestern
Senior High School
will present "The Messiah" byO..or NoticeMrs.

'The I'nlted Fund drive torale t" F Handel Tuesday. Dec.
< $1.225.445 ends on Dec 19.regar 20 at 8 plm.: in the auditorium.This Louise Donner. proprietorof
' lles l of failure, THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA Loulne's Beauty Shop, 490 NW
success or that the
the first
ts year nth It.. Is now back on duty at
Vihalrman'according Arthur to general J. Gueker.campaign PAGE 2 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 students are performing the solo I her hop Other operators at this
I part They are Shirley Wallace. hop are Mr*. Toes Grace and
Central Dade area chairman I Aurora Griffin and Veunda Ref Mm. Ruby Williams All type of

n. Hiram Dlakey. reported that II I Fund last year.M Classic Crowd Gives Harris, sopranos; Shlrlt"Y"all and, beauty culture service can b,
total donations from Central contralto; Unwell Roberts had at this shop at anytime
"Some of those bene- Hutehlnson. tenors;
Dade County amount to $568.351 persons William
with less than a week remaining ting were members of our families YMCA $1,895.40The Milton Wright bass. I
for the 1961 campaign our sons In the Boy Scouts In previous years the choir
and the Boys Clubs, our daughters Washington Car. has been heard In a performanceof I News From Cox'sKindergarten
lllakey will that the UF drive In the Girl Scouts. Many of George Men's Christian 'The Gloria )Ia..". 'TheChristmas I
ranch Young
bad us received aid from the Red Messiah
throughout; the entire county today Story and "The
Association annouces
only re.fed $1 911.S U. a far Cross during Hurricane Donna. that $1.89540 was collected: ."

cry from the goal. "The I'nlted Fund through Its during the halftime at the Orange addition U> the program Mrs. Beatrice Elaine Coi sup.errior .
As an
The volunteer Central Dade 54 affiliated agencies helps us In tUossom Classic last Saturday the chorus will perform a NR-d.l of Cox's Kindergarten
chairman urged the citizens' of our time of need. for the capital<< development of 'ght| processional and a fw and Mrs' Vivian White, a teacher
his area to participate In a crash "It II now up to us to help the the Carver firanch. The solicitorswere and anlherne.Setting there, attended a dinner sty
program to raise, their area's United Fund In Its Ume of students from Hooker T. raro.s accompanists are ..n by the Greater Miami Urban
total contributions need" Halter said. Washington, members of t h as Marsha league. on Nor. 29. This dinnercetehrated
Northwestern High Chorus and nerthenla White. orjranW. I Equal Opportunity
"We can meet the challenge" Heurged all South Dade Coun. YMCA younrwters from branches : Melver. Gloria. Ilkhardson.Herbert Day. Both ladles are members of
niakey said, "a challenge of come tlans who have not yet contribu.ted throughout Miami. Charter Wll. Sands, and Jac ntelyn l.arue. They were guests at
munlty obligations Our purpose to fill out the coupon below hams principal of I1TW. serves Ferguson, pianists.The I'I't".. press table of the Miami
become even more vital when and attach It to a check and mall an Chairman under the direction Herald the Dally News, and the
we think that 275.029 ("nDn'l It to United Fund. 395 NW lit 'I press and social secretaries of
dlrect.y; beflted from the United Are., Miami Fla.M1. The Carver branch wishes to of Arthur I.vans. Ghana
for his contra The public t I invite to
_ _._--.Y-- .-._...._.,____.___..b_ thank button each person )Ir'. Cot has recently been
AppreciationTo .1..tC"tt president of the IndepeoPre.Sehool

A GOOD CITIZEN'S CONTRIBUTION Christmas Dinner our many friend sadneighbors dent and with Operators the cooperation As.wwtat4on ..

for th,- many lovely of the members they hope
I want to help put oar Vnlleil Fund over" tIMt. .
For The BlindTh gifts wr rwHvinl We ar'> very to be able to make many 1m.prnvements
for the beneft of our
Jonclc..1 I. ni) omlribullon for f_.".....",,,.,..,.". Christmas dinner for theHnd grateful)Ir.and. to you Mrs Robert nynOt' .-hlldren

laU to: sponsored annually by = 1.
Cliff Baker will h* given Fun
u. lnu: KVM> OF 1t.\I).: .'tU\TY lav. OC1 at 2-30 p.m at the Guess What? CARTOON-0-RAMA ha come to the
MIAMI< i/mm\ rj.htMHi<>e for the mind office
53 6 NW Cth ave A delicious<<
FIl 7.2.101 menu of turkey with all the fAIULOUS/ AFRO.AMECAN, MR
trimmlnes is In store, a'onrwith
11 L..tLI 11 -- !Wi a well planned program ofrhr..tma of entertainmentwill
tilgncul music and carol This magnificent arrangement light

Mhis Geneva Harrison formerly j t I
truly add to drinking pleasureMake
of the 1.I< Mrs L M Harrtnnn. who I.ttr..ntly Is !
Addrr* in shine there, will this ultramodern bar, your drinking bar I
b.> here for the occasion Ml*..
J. Harrison Is a senior at I.el Phi 719 N.W. 62nd Street
Ihon+ ro'e.e, New York. where she Is I
studying for her master's In so.



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. 1"1l"O'OOO O OC ..GO'Ot 6 Have You Paid For THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA N- ";

Around Miami Your Christmas I I

Serentjr-flT thousand reminder
letters will to In the malls I
=-- ftf DAVE ftONOU this WHir to that many Dade

..... 1.. .. ... .. ... ... .. ___. b960 Yicandidate Countlans who have not yet re.pond..d .
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with a contribution to
niB CLASSIC IS OVEU and I the annual TO Christmas Seal
for one like many others, am Campaign now In rolUf'."
Just glad It's OTer. I'm sorry to Th. amount contributed to
say I didn't enjoy the half time date Is "'.115"
how much Darns Jr. chairman of
a as my previous for nn.offlelal Sepia Paul
FAMU has had the mo Christmas Seal appeal
years always aandUnr Mayor of Miami. So far Charles
: theme but this year. It Hadley has a head start of ten reported that more than 42,400
was awfully: dull. When FAMU votes. Send your post cards hare responded so far to their
began to form the map of Africa marked TO Christmas Seal letter The
Mayor Poll care of The
everybody thought It was the Miami Time. '?40 NW 15th ave 19(50( goal Is $170.000
the map of Florida. When the

annouacef said, Africa the TO TIIK PRRftOX who wroteme "':-.-
crowd hooped. As for the Lana a letter about the King Of I .

t6d band. It JUit ran all Hearts Remember during Classic ..
dyer FAMU with their precision time things get mixed up ,

marching. Good thing FAMUwon and I'm sure the owner of the
the game! King of Hearts wilt be glad to 0. ,

honor your next visit I shall
The best part of the program,
turn your letter over to him, and
I thought waa the presentationby he will contact you
Dr. (lore, GOT LeRoy Collins.
He received a standing ovation
My personal thanks to Miami
and he spoke of Coach Jake Herald Staff Writer JnanltaOreen
Galther as "my lone time for the nice compliment
friend" After Collins poke Dr he paid Your Truly, regardingour J
Gore Introduced th. president of
last column on the Cuban r
Lan ton. Dr William Hale, a situation Till next week Live x ee'e : ; .
personal friend of mine for many '.If... Every Golden Minute of It t 7
years Dr Hate ha always been Peace
holed for his One voice, and In
terettlnr forum He at on. time h }
"rover Wore .ntl Here*." Uhave > S
conducted' while In Atlanta
In. all heard It at least onceYou
iplte of th. dull half time show, remember rewdlnr or hear.

everybody had a swinging time ''R It toM that when the lanky a sIn
and Is waiting for the Classic .
care worn man made his s'mr"?
3f 'C1. Hall to }'.''' You're remark at the dedication of theHattlefleM

still by hoss. If you never win a that was about to h*

raH eome a National Cemeterv not
many p.ote felt he had made. For the best in hair weev
f COT .* TICKKT fnr makfnc much of a speech" Tint Mr tin : mil or call the Modernistic Gift Whiskey. .
A legal left turn at 3 Rth st and i
coin mad. himself quite a speechat I ,
nth ave a week bark and at GeftTfthnrg on Hat tone ate Beauty Salon. II a I r wrev
th.. same tlm. tome fellow was SOY 19 day He pate so much inn I covers bold spots, thickensand FLEISCHMANN'Sis

making an Illegal 'left turn on few worit that thl. nation t* lengthens the hair and
I7th ave. The policeman who till fumbling to Une to the
up the hair beau. BIG
be styled :
can !
rave m a ticket the
teemed to he fall: meanlnr And the Oett- any
tOY rldlnr with some other po. burr Address Itself. I. often the tifully. x
llcewen and rave m. th. ticket tint sometme* the only thing
a. a rar The Jadre. I believe that people who have never seenAmerica We give permanents on
hl_ name !I. Jndre Marks |n Hla.e know about this coun.
| ah. listened nd after I er.iiladiM try We're tempted to reproduceIt any type hair 90 PROOF is why!
that I did not Jump a here Maybe It would be that
lrM h elln.. i stopped and lit much better If we humbly sur. 826 N.W. 3rd Are.
h .M- the officers' ear and when rest that TOM read It Aloud If
the UrM chanted I mad. my left i 1o"elhe TKAUrhtfullr' who elf* FR 4.9944
turn legal and properNow 1 do we hope will read It*
what chance bave the elf Welt the new rf'Htet."t..IHt HUJ.IK ('OrI.I%M. Technician THE rLCISCHMANN DISTILLING CO"PO AtlON. NCW YORK CITY

liens rot If every time a cop set end the man he defeated the ii.MVU\: I'. PAXKIK, lrop.tIII4 .
eon did eoaaetMnr yon did even Mayor of our City and the down.
If U', not true The cop's word I. own merchants the for of Fla. '
.. r && A ._
}JII'NJiClIDt:':: r;';:;err err r+ rr
last Me ran do HO wronr he I* the members of the State Legls
always rirht tf Metro needs :store. our !Senators and n.. ,..
men"v that baet!Y'. then they are sentatlves. the members of Flor.Ida's .
we'come to mv IIS but some Tnwlllnr| In short all
County CnmmlsHnners should those people l In .ho.- ba.dIt Lincoln Estates
took 'Into this traffic ticket hue rest or deHde whetherM... This
ness, and set some sort of Stand. form of government ".".n) not
aM flne I pleaded rullty and perish from the earth
without the Jadre telllnr 'm- I -- MIAMI'S ONLY EXCLUSIVE HOMES FOR COLORED
was ruHtv he Jntt fined me with. onrK \(m: KIT. OT

out telling me what I was bHnrflnd IOfU'lUnI
for Somebody has rot to WISHES ITS MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDSJMolftay
put a stop to this ticket racket IIK III TIII.I.: that ltrr.tnl
Jesse James was a stickup artist Star RufiM Fteecham red. a two I 4 ,
with a run. thee Metro Judres rear Jell .-nh'n.0...... was the ,
are last nlain rofivletlon This column wlHsvndleate hipp
stickup men with !!
traffic tickets. In January I'll be con.nected C
with the Thlcaro TMender. '
and In New York I'll.... I
RWi nlXn OI.FKR: 'A'ft\nWr 'I
back writing for "On The &ll" (a And urges them to
Carter from Akron. Ohio Is
ro.f: m.r' In Miami anew 1ocal
for th. season King Col.man.flew .
In for the elastic AreMeLanr macatlne that.cnmes ont
once a month. and of eoare The OWN YOUR HOME
ford broke his leg playing Miami' Time "Around Mtamt,"
will spoon he read In Atlanta
Norfolk Hall I more. Chleano. and PER MONTH
film of the We.kc New York 47 97

Ar'..na Williams Policemanof I Only PRINCIPAL AND INT.ONLY
th. WeekSgt Leroy Smith

Man About Town Robert
Phillips TarUng Salesman I 5 Different Models-With or Without Pools
Teacher of the Week: Helen Augusta Corp.
BloM Public. servant of SALE DOWN
the w..Ir'I.a.. Gaul Royal OOsfl
Drlve.Inn. ISth ave 1itolaly Office: $9300 PRICE 3>j TO ANYONE

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al.b his apartment to look tike 111.\ "S' 'r. :221 to > wr nseMtleaserae.r
the Eden Roc and that. why furnished or unfurnish.
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.1.1..1 .orr. t 30 .err n.mort.
Phil Harris hasn't got a chance
rd, reasonable r.nt, =. rrrl
a.-o nasrsutonal
.-. with that certain cslrktc that
both of them are shooting over f al1alde.11.L.
Comment from Phi! next week Call FR 4-0364

Now's the time to start sendlnr 3.U.I UOU\I "UT..u. \" i
In vote for favorite
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17! 1960 I Adult Education CenterThe NOTICEAll

-- bell of opportunity rings at your door. Will you members of ilL Olin
Court No. tI, Heroine of Jericho
answer It? are asked to be out oft Wed.
There Is a plenty of unemployed people to be found nedar night at S p.m. for r ralar .
not only in Dade County but in the state, and the nation. meeting at 1741 NW 3rdare.
covered dish
minx with
Yet there are many jobs or positions open that are for Christmas party. you
hot easy to fill. Why is this so? The answer is there I is not Rebecca' Johnson U. A. ),I.
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 18th Avlftu.-l'hone OX 1-0411 enough qualified persons to fill them.
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave.. Miami. Florida-Phont FR 12236 Herein lies your opportunity. If you are trained the Poitier Nursery

u..t.. ... tb...., M4n gittg Editor ana bw.nfse Manager chances are you will land a job. Unskilled, you may landa and Kindergarten
ri. t SlGlbMUNO. REEVES, Editor job.The roH1f'f'S Nartery School and
Board of Public Instruction of Dade Countyrings Kindergarten la still baring rer.fotratinn. .
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK the bell. Won't you answer It? I I transportation Indnded
Crime The Northwestern Adult Education Center will be hot meals. Parents are free to
1480 NW
visit anytime filth it
Crime i in on the increase In Miami, and greater Miami offering you next semester certain technical courses involving I'I rail PL 1.2(59 after S p.m.
seems to be heading for the same position held in the finance, stocks, bonds and securities, etc. I _
nation last! year: when she rated No. 1 in crimes per capita. Naturally there will have to be a sufficient numberof I I
The Crime Prevention Bureau release! on Tuesday gave persons enrolled to begin the classes. I JOIN THE NAACP!

Miami 1.033 more major crimes in the first nine monthsof
1960 than in the same period last. That I is not encouraging -
Police Chief Walter Headley I is making plans to bet- THE UNVEILING OF AN OIL PAINTINGOF
ter our crime condition. He has created a Crime Prevention -
Bureau hoping to make the public more active in the MY BELOVED HUSBAND AND OUR DEAR FATHER

fight again crime. Headley has appointed detective William OSCAR LEE RANGE SR.
McClure head of the new bureau. ,
Followine the pattern of traffic and fire preventionunits AND THE DEDICATION OF ADDITIONAL FACILITES OF THE
there will be four major objectives:
1. Enlisting public cooperation in searching for loca'' RANGE FUNERAL HOME
2. Publication of weekly bulletin on crime problems. WILL TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1960

3. Focusing! attention on how public carelessness i is AT FOUR P.M.
responsible for a considerable percentage of the crime
rate and how ,'t can be reduced. AT 5727 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
4. Meetings with business! organizations.If .
the plan of Chief Headley I is put into action and ,
he receives: proper support there should be some worth

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Emperor Selassie OustedThe .

Bible tells us that in the last days there shall be
wars and rumors of wars: parents against children and
children against parents.
The news from Ethiopia Wednesday reminded me
of thi passage of the Scripture.In I 4
Ethiopia Crown Prince Asfa Wossen, "-'-'ear-olel ?'
a ax
son of Emperor Haile Selassie. King of Kings the Lion of
the Trim of Judah. took control of the government, while
his father was making a state visit to Brazil. II
The aim o*" the Crown Prince's regime proclaimed ina
broadcast is .to reform social customs dating back from '
prc-Chri tian times.ending! :3.000 years of injustice.
Haile Sela sie I is not taking his ouster calmly. He is ,4 t
reported to be preparing for a showdown.The .
Crown Prince has been proclaimed King and a
new Prime Minister has been appointed. I
Fighting has broken out in Addis Ababa. I
Looking around the world, surely there is reason to j
believe we are living in the last days: although it is well
4o remember thit the Psalmist said : "A thousand years in
thy sight are but as yesterday when it is past, and as! a
watch in the night. --_._...

A.M.E. Conference In NassauMore

.than 200 clergymen and lay delegates of the ,MASTFM OF CF.RF.MOMF.S .-.. Il,.... J. II. lllacknelt
African Methodist Episcopal Church will attend the an I'/lII."'"": Mrt. Sadie Johnson

nual conferenc' at Nassau Bahamas, most of them leaving O&VACm.V-" ,tl Christian Solcl;,,." .,?_ Audience

Friday evening by the s-s. Florida, others travellingby i.vroc.ino.v __ _ _ Il,.... E. I' Brown
airplane. This is the first time this body has held a SUII7,1I:
conference in the Bahamas. Rev. P. /). BrmtltyMrt.
Bishop S. I. Greene of the 11th Episcopal District SOLOanny Boy ?. Itorrlhtt Payne
will preside. The Rev. S. A. Cousin pastor of Bethel OCC.IS/OA Mrt. ,iniliam Stirrup
A ME Church. Miami, is chairman of arrangements and SOLO -"", IttulJyLTROmcTIO ." Mitt "'"ldr: Murray

North's Travel Bureau, official agent for the conventionThe .\ OF SPEAKER _ Krr. A. D. llmll
choir from Edward Waters College will render SI'.I I\F.R Ilt.... E. T. Graham
music during the convention.The SI.fCT/O.-"JIIJI .f i1'eanin Deltaires
Hev. I). James, pastor of Mt. Sinai AME Church. IM! 'UU\G OF 1\7/(; .
/(?. II. .UrAVo/ horn,
the host, and civic and religious organizations
to entertain the conference. are preparIng .VIMr h .No Secn'f That (;.",1 Can />,.." l/fi. Bertha Jackson
1."TRO/UL7/0. OF STIFF Mr. Charles /. ,itliama

Tourist City IIF.r..EIIICT/O. ._ __..____ Il..... II. ,;. S. Reeves
Nassau i is one of the greatest tourist resort known l'OST/.lllf lint, abelle. Wu, and Ret' I f .Uose//
and the Development Board does a good job in advertising
the colony.
The board has recently appointed the well-known
Moss Kendrick public relations organizations of Washington
D.C., through Hill and Knowlton, Inc., for a twelvemonth 8i
period in order to attract more Negro travellers to
the Bahamas. Kendrick has made two trips to Nassau to
study the colony's potentials for Negro tourists.

Cuban RefugeesCuban

refugee are pouring into Miami at the rate of
1300 a week and we now have more than 30,000 according
to Mark Foster, member of !the Cuban Center. The
center houses organizations engaged in caring for the un.
fortunate refugees. The federal government has made
available one million dollars for relief of Castro's refugees.
With quite bit of unemployment in Dade County I
resettlement of the Cubans here might bring about hard- THE PUBLC IS
ship among Dade Countians seeking employment. CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
The center' staff would like some of them to move
from this area. They will still receive help.

: ,.- : \ Broward SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1960 PAGE 5

., County
Veteran Police leer Lee has merited the titleof
News Policeman First Clan. a.
Officer Retires weal aa a respected member of

:," i.iF' njWalter department fVte.
I Lee was Injured somyears
;. \:; IWme ago In an altercation withan
:j '''' '. alleged "hopped up** Inmate
fB \ w.jo: pounced upon him In a jailcela
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., knocking his teeth out andSadly
., "'.,. .. '. Carver Ranches PTA Is spcnlng Injuring the officer.
.,r't.. .. 'I". ...... "" a Street Dance on Dec 30 .
,11;. .,... ... .. .. v L e In a big property owner a
5 .........<''..j't" .'-'f.,, H.f.... ... on 21st It. and 48th are from member of the Police Ilenerolent
.. .'''I'. .:;: & p." until Admission SOc Re \.oclatlon.: a member of Mount
,- : ., 'rr ;jments on *.le'' Ticket on b, rS Z.on Baptist Church where he
... sale at the following place. 4440 once srrred a* assistant IUPf'rID.
.;. .. ',.''1 .. -TO ::nd st. and 3900 SW 28tht ndt-nt of the Suday School and
member of the trustee board.
'! He*, married to the former
The Republican Club of Carter (Glady Milton of Macon. Oa., and
Ranches Is sponorin a F the. couple lire at 3100 NW
Christmas Party for the chl.drenon 48th Terrace in nrowntrllle.

Malcolm X (lefti ralnUtrr of ti>> liar::m, rccrlng Dr Mahmoud Friday. Dec. 23 from 8 p.m The first Negro policeman to
Muhammad's Mosque No .In 1 cusp::J awarbl Dr ShawarblIs to 11 at the park. Refreshments rrtlre Lee was among the Ant
New York City will be the a Cairo University professor, .served. eve sworn In to the department.And .
speaker at a public meeting of oirmlu of the Supreme Councilor as his comrade referred to
the Miami Temple on SundayShown Uiamic \tfasr. and currentlyan The CWH Chamber of Com.merce Mm, "Papa Lee wl.I be mle aed
here at a recent Moslemsponsored .d'iaor J to the Yeman de..ga.lion will meet Monday. Dee by all those who admired joked
African.Asian Bazaar of the I'nltrd Nation 19 All member are asked to be with and respected him

I present. I
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*Zf&Zi*;.&&&& **!*&* "". """"'''''''''''''''''''''''' '''' '''''''''''''''''/''' The Veterans of Foreign War H' Try us

Chapter ha been. organized In "lly "Picnic> ("*......) Ntte.Ling We Hare It
Freedom's Road "''arrer Ranche Veteran who
served overseas are eligible for Clde lee. S1. a veteran po. PHIL AND WINE'S
membership. ,iceman with the Miami Police
8y RUTH PERRY Department, received disabilityretirtment FOOD STORE

"' _. __ _______ ==___,_ -A I, Jnhn Hultard of ST10 S\V Uth on Dee 10 after lit Phone OX 1.9618
-';; -'" 1 Court died Dec 10 at his home rears of satisfactory service
There hare been many books Hall::::th : Report I feel that 1In, Wet llo'lywood The eddy I..... a natlte Georgian was 6968 N.W. 17th Are.NORTHS1DE .
and magazine articles written ..very .American who Is concern. II was taken to Wet Palm Reach one of the flrrt Ate Negro patrol
within the past two years about tl about our country future br the Steven Funeral Home and men in join fir department on FOOD STORE
the apathy of the American pub. ahftu.d red either the Life Mag. centres<< were held on oPe1. 4 dept I. 1944 titmice that time he
He at large. Its complacency<< lathe ..toe artiefe or the complete has vertrd a* patrolman, pre 1486 N.W. 71st St.
Hi.ri Mil of ..... ...... .
face of a world In rapid Mik sleet these. challenging Krance.Ut' Rose Collier of the supervisor booking --- -
change and Its uncertainties and goal*. Mt 7.ion AMK Church Holly fleer and court bailiff the later .
Indecision! about what the Atner. wood will sal) Friday. Dec U he held for the past 10 fOD.ruU. CBS Down
Iran national goals should be a'Itl.. lIIe llT'! on the s.. Florida to attend the ..- ... year $450
The Report tak up many first Uahama Conference. andw See 1910 NW 50th Street
OIK NATIONAL Doll house furnished
... .*..I.c import: our econo. he Has ttrol.ed various be ita on partly
Last February. President M,. freed em of the ladlrldual. ww INK n patrol car and In t.atrolwavons 2 bedrooms, Florida room
I GUeahower named a Com mi. irtNin r> n...al programs, foreign In September, )U0. he More in today
, Ion on National Goal to report ,on""'. the arts. h........ ..pleul.tit ?it*)"**<) hi. IS.year service pina Low
tack to him on where the Tatted ,.., education, scfenre distinction held by only Payment
State. should be headed in the i'. .-.i ,..fur.. and etrll. govern rights / even Negro polite officer 3 bedrooms, 3 baths Open
, nest ten year. Some of the other being Ralph White, down
the Com While all.....* s4tbj-cts<< are of payment Excellent
: nrissfon members .were: Dr, *rat .Importance sad concern to It Alexander Melfciwell. James1Varhington. (or income. Has 2 kitchensSee
James Amos I trunks. Ja.
R. Klliian Jr.. efcalrrnan &.1 of u.. pvefcap. the Comml
mb Prinks and H Wll. 250 NW 24th Streetor
. of the Massachusetts Institute of Ion. ihiHklac en Ned right .t Clinton
I Technology; Brwln: D Canham hold the greatest. interest for llama ,/... 4.101 MV sell .genus
I editor of the Christian Science easy of .... It wa thethlnkln 4tfliuon (o hli distinguished ('AI I owner PL I.:s.a::1
Monitor and president of the f .f the fommlMton that the U.8 suttee record a, a pollee of

S. Chamber of Commerce; Gee. >a* no more rttal coal. than to --- -- -
era) A'f red M, Gruenther. pre..U .Tf up to the statement In therVclaratkHi
dent of the American Red Cro. of Independence' that
and Dr. James U. Conant. farmer t I Mrs are created equal, Want A Good Buy !

president of Harvard Unlrcr- Equal. opportunities should N
slty.One .t.* <.n alt efttsen. re....ect for te SEE
of the most interesting 'flvMiMl" m_aa* revH'et for a'''I
facts about this report I* that It a other w..rds. errry man and 1O42 N.W. 76th St.3 bedrooms 2 baths, only
was requested by PresidentIMteahower. waataa MM.| hare equal fights
$13,000 with low down payment
I and yet it U In I'hu mean an N.v-a. opportunityo ,
keeping with President-elect cote and ho'd office. to.... a
Kennedy'. views Another fact oh and He promoted wlicn quailed 1063 N.W. 76th St.-2 bedrooms, 1 bath, hardwood
that emerge Is the rigor and ,lauret tA l.e f"d ....t fI-d. to buy a floors, tile roof, tile bath, garage, Fla. room, city
with which people ,r..... >fHMe. and to partteipae fully lam PICTURE
ed this report talked about it .<... ....lty affair water. Well pump and sprinkler system
wrote letter about U, and debated Th MHm4iM Report gAe you wait All this for only 12,500

the issue of what our aa.tlvaal 'a t9'" .'IH.cHm4aa
goals should be Short.I Morally wrong eeoaomleallyatrfu' DAVID JEWELERS 1150 N.W. 76th St. A beauty and only $10,000
after Irc1deat K4aa... r sod la a.say r..pee4s
named this Coiaml. 4e... Ufr r..* Vat lac I* a baser 1188 N.W 3rd Avenue MANY OTHERS ALSO .
raagaslae began ..........., an *4rfc' sad the federal avorera.m Phone FR 4.1522
"'rbt.pan series on the National ..at .a...IcJ...e to It that no For Information Call
Purpose. Many dt..thMritee4Americans j I private pn>s* discussed what tKes i I 'o ..*.....nc.. |iiN ..le fr Hii tot Pierce Realty WI 7-8761
country's goal should be. In ". j I I .*, sod 4leHa ...W.M in admin
sue of Life magatlne from May ....".. rrttrll law hou d
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through August 19CO. I'sHlmiaated Further ivcom 1u. I Iwrr
.. r- .. ---
i ndauoa. the denial of ----
A UOIU.I) |V IIKVOLITIOV: '....n. ftta4 to eatp'oyer or I
The Commission's report rep, .'ee} MMi which dlM>rimlBate no'' BY CHARLES NOW UNDER NEW OWNER
resents a bringing together etmany / '.... Reels ef rae. and the asser 'I' .
and varied alma; of coursethere tine that "...** Mate must make
were dissents and protest :tr...:r.-.. in gi*> d faith towardreaattoa
as well a. approval but la tfce ...... of put Hely sup.
final aaa'ysls the Report embod. sorted *cbe.l. I urge all of t STRAND Cleaners
led a consensus of oltla"l *.* oa < NI tA read ..er.. about our nat
what should constitute the a.al. o.al p.' *.. and think about I Ia
of je United States in a "...rUlIn *' ,, of tMplemeatlag the reeom. I|
(MlUliral. . reroluttoa" The 'un i on VatkHMil Goal r 2108 N.W. 7th Avenue
next ten year ao.d dangers A* -_. I
well a. opportunities and the
Xavier's Smoker
I goal set forth by the Cow ml.. I I OFFERING
I sioa should help to Haut the December 18
course Americans should follow M a.Yrs
: in the neit decade. T>.. Holt Same Society of The Best Cleaning
t In the December U. 19CO U- q'. Francfs Xavier Catholic
sue of LJfe magazine, there is avery f '>rn '-ordlally Inrlte you to
1 laterestlnc article on 'tie 4tend a Smoker. Sunday Deeemt. .
,, Commissioner's Report A book. .. I s from 4 lOp m at the PossibleSPECIAL
entitled Goals for Americans wrhoot aud'torlum NW 13th ter .
1 has also been published .t. rare and 4th avenue Everything ".r
nominal cost by Prentice. n,.''".'. d in the admlfsloa '
very .
! "Sorry, w* |'wst ain t got **ttk. -: 3 FOR

open st !slit"

Take* A gender at our ....k to. PANTS BEAUTIFULLY
BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOWAt .lay I '.0.'" ranter r..t |uurOUiTRY eyes
ura tinier bu J.. CLEANED j
IG t 99
$50 Per Space


, There Are no Lots Cheaper In PRESSEDOPEN

} Southern Florida ? i FliH


3065 N.W. 4Ut Street Phone NE 44242 f tSM OA.tY Hour Cleaning Done on Premises


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high-priced homes at low selling prices.

1111 111111111 FEATURES IN THESE


I I Terrazzo floors. I I II

I I Plumbing fixtures in color. I I
Glass tub enclosures.
Tiled bathrooms in color.
s I : Built-in electric oven and range.

illlIllhltlllhlllllU1! III CLOSETS CLOSETS aOSETS
I li All closets with sliding louvred doors.
Sliding glass doors leading to dining room.
t lItllllhIllIOIllOhtI Awning type windows.
llhLIllhIllIllllllhIlhIII All inside walls painted.
IfflMIVIIIllhII Gas room heater, recessed in wall.
IllhIOIllllIllIllllllHI landscaping.
Paved streets sidewalks.
City water.
LOTS-75 ft. x 100 ft (at least)

laundry connections ..
Close to schools, churches and shopping center.

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L: nh"' Y2 ('\'- "

CuLOIll AZ btdfooms, 1 bath VIIMiI.MA bedroorm, 1 both
with ovtnilt garogt (\%\IKOLE bedroonrt, 1 both tcoiitifut carport

$350* down $350* ijawnm $350* down
I 58.B9- I / M4i.vs&MMtli : ;
in nth pint I tut tnly tli pr*K t Int. *!/ prifH. i int. tniv

.._ F.II.A. finanrlnit available.
t\. r.'' -.. -" i-i: ::-t 10 vrar iuorlUu. &c. (for dUplaredprrtont
so. 4( ;: r't) o, &w. ... ;i -.., ).
t h J = r .'10 ,rar ntorl4a| r% applied for.
Jo. '4V .x-1 ;. <'oii>rational financing available
L ..: z:. ..:- 1!.i z 1, wllli selling,. prices same IUJ F...'.

Y y ,Z
U.S. 1- Drive south, U.S.I 1- Drive south to
turn left it Old Cutler Allipittih Bold,left 01
PAT lilt 113 bedfotm,. 1 both IUC! 4 jbtdfjimv iVr boihsTnily
Road, then turn right AllapattabtoOldCutler
with Oftniit garagt Q mognifictnt homt
$400. Idown it S.W. Wtb Avenue Road, then turn right
ind follow the sites. ind follow the ticaLf


N c. Builders i !! a 0

3 6N.WrI10I 1Sth10A STREET .
fI 9-4267 :

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I Our Past This Week.: On 15th Ave.Mrs. I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10,. 1960. PAGE TALL

_. ..
Mabel Daniels has been FORMS OFINSURANCE - --- -- -

I AN ANP FEATURE appointed a registration I Let your boy blow hit horn
clerk to register new voters for
I I 0 --'LLI ILIMR.A. !: .iuIAJ.IJIJJ.IJJJIIJIIJIJ.JJ-f-r-. the city of Miami. Registrationfor For KrerjonoU at our Fine Arts Consent*
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j Dee. IS. ISfiS The-1-J seceded from the Union, giving resident who hare not prer.lousiy "llf""laJl( In awilgned rtAb. tory band class. Thursdays
registered to rote and for
with 93O down Ktn
i Amendment abolishing slarery rise to the Civil Wa. nclng Arrang
those who hare changed tbf'lr.dd.f'a 4 p.m. Registration Saturday -
In the U. S. ratified.
was ed.Altman
and names freeholder .
JDee. 21. 160 Insurance Agency 10 a.m. Caner YMCA
rilgrlms land at
Dee. status affiliation
18. 1115 The Battle of or party since
Plymouth Rock. ?OM \\\' ftnl KU rn l.fttJt I .
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New they last .
Orleans had over SOO free registered.Precinct _
Negroes a* Midlers.Dee. I Dee 23.: 1157 Madam C. J. 74 Is at 6S20 NW ---

Walker business woman and IStb are. (upstairs 62nd st.
15. 1175 --- Dr. Carter O.Woodson. beauty culturitt. was born at street to 71st street NW 12th

historian and Delta La. She died In 1919.Dee. are. to 18th are.
der of the AtROclatlon foun'l You may register Dec. 13. 14.
Study of Negro History, vat 21. mi Her II. II. Gar 15. 16. 17. 9 to 5 p.m. gas/ee
born. He established Negro nett. who preached a sermon

History Week., before the U. S. House of Representatlrea New Club is FormedIn ..
Dee. 20. 195S Harry Wllli August of this. year ten la.
boxer died. Dee. 21. iRS Bishop B. T. dies of greater Miami met at open
Tanner of the AME church was the home of Mr*. Bertha Lewis. .
Dee. 20. 1852 Mo, heh of the born in Pittsburgh. Pa. and formed the Jolly FriendsSocial
Basuta nation In Southern Africa Club The purpose of the the holidays ,vitllGordon's.
defeated the British Bo Ih t:4.. 1SU1 l1f'nlmlnap. club being for social entertain
ers.Dee. Singleton led great exodus of meat of the members and charitable
RO 000 Negroes .
from South work .
in the
20. 1860 South Carolina Carolina to Arkanus.i community.
Mrs Ethel Garrln
will entertainthe
club on Dee. 19. at her home the gin that's

'" ..," ',...'.,." ,,',.." 1U NW Seth st The membersare
Greetings From currently planning community 191 old!
PHIL OSSOFER: i project to be announced years
]I Across The Ocean later and a Christmas party to be -.
SAYS heed January 21. at the home of 1I
: To a'l my friends. Mrs Frankle Clover t-:
... ,.',.......' ." ...,." The Wttlf'If'n Traveling from Mrs Bertha Lewis, U presi i.... .. '
afar beheld the glowing Christ dent. Mrs.. Km! ma Ward ''It'fI' fM
t see by The Miami. Time that tan Star Oh may the bleated president; financial' secretary. '.
Dr. Robert Stolar of Washington. joy they knew ""1.1 your hearts Mrs. Mildred Deviant treasur.er. .
D. C claims to bare an ointment the .hn'. year through' I Mrs 1 K Sidney chaplain
which will make a Negro's skin KtletU )I. Williams fIaul... \"IIIIAml. recording

white, and a white person's skin Munich. GermanyChristmas secretary. Mrs Ml. Danfri. .
black. -- '- chairman Sunshine Committee '
Mr Ethel I Garrln
My. first reaction to this wa Films at Members
Mesdames Fran MeGlorer a
to say 'Now. there's a wonderful .
Main Ma a
Library Clayton. Beatrice
way to end our color prob.
Durham Pinkie I..
owe. iLie Tuc
lem. After bit of meditation.however. .
a Miami's' gift program from the ker. Alto Screens
I lost my enthusiasm M'aml Public Library this

for this solution. rhrMma will be special Christ. r 3''

The ointment we need to noire mi. fume on Pc 22 at land at LOW COST VITAMINS ;.

this problem mutt be one wttlehpenetrate P mThe e RUPTURE SUPPORTS

the skin and works Its film will Include The Na e FOOT APPLIANCES
way Into man's spiritual heart t'rttr of Jesus Christ as told in e MEDICATED COSMETICS ;
causing him. to look upon his the world's ....alln..: The e IMPORTED HERB TEASe
fellowmen with lore and understanding .Ite..t .\"... A Christmas fan CATALOGUE 2V
Thus he will be able to ta.r shout a :onely" little ant'" SUPER POTENCY
enjoy God's beautiful varicolored and hi* humble gift the
garden of humanity. I Christ rhfltt. Rarly One Morn TABLETS

Inc. an actual' Christmas celebraMow 100 $4.95
This mar lea I formula Is nt in Sweden and The Twelfth
new but has bern within man' 0.., of ''''hn'''", ,,. Cecil Beaton's Moor. Health Equipment
grasp since Cod first spoke to amusing version of thl famous t 3440 S.W. 104th Ct. I
him through His Divine Teaeh.ers. a
I'hriMnum r'Or1l _. I _:
Because man has failed to Free tickets sang are available at 'I MIAMI 65. FLORIDA' i .U.O) PROOF./GOAOtn OWY' WM DRY 1..4 GIN h .lI C7. heed God and has turned from
'h.' Main.
Library on Dec<< 19 at
Him to pursue ills own rain df'. 6. o'clock .nd.. long as they --.......... .i: --- .b 4..A ."..- ".
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sire, he Has leaned on physical .......
remedies which cure not his soul
nor pacify his Ingrained longing! For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
for peace.

To the entire Ma onle family
No. Indeed' Ilse solution In not
to change ...',... workln under the protection. of
I' but our H>y Jelly I tV Worshipful, Pnlon Grand BONDED'-
; to so transform our heartswith
Lodes of Free and accepted Masons
; the potency of the btve of .
of Florida. Ill C II Hen.j
God that we will mingle with allpeoples
j fl Ml0. R FM rkAnrte|
with Jand fragrance'
Notice Is hereby given that StJn'sn's
Prejudice divides u.. not only | Day will be celebrated on j >.
by color but by religious beWefand COLLECTION
De it t pm or the third
by land of birth. Thus a Sunday In December at Mt n'
change in the rotor" & of the skin .P
..tte .***.I.c Church, 1410 NW
would be inadequate. lot court Her I C Mkkl" P .

.....fnrII defurtments are roc
"Ob. Children of Men
Since we hart created you all. ding Issued to take part Con. AGENCY Inc. r
from one same mbtanee it.. legate at New Prorldence Hall
9th *t ad 3rd are at 1 pm
Incumbent upon you to be ey.eas ,
Hilton Brown Dit J) P
one soul; to walk with tb.
I. H Bode. DI7
same feet eat with the same
movth. and dwell in the MM I The largest collection and rental d.

land that from feyr lamot be s
Ing. by your deeds and action MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T agency in the South; operating in
the of and the
signs oneness essence
of detachment be
may I Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
made manifest Tbe Hidden I CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
Worda Baha'u'Kah: s

Housing areas
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1.-n-i. r r-" THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA Contestant -! : u r

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1960 r_ .' I TV Service Calls '!*>




LOW DOWN PAYMENT 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024

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Richmond Hts. ModelCOR. 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATH NEW HOME


OPEN SUN. 2 TO 6 P.M. 5441 S.W. 20th StreetIN

Ora D. Taylor, agent CE 5-4246

Phone OX 1-6341 or NA 1-6953

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The James E Scott Community
Association ha* a d.fl- U In fl. -
You Mvsf See 'If Tt Relieve "If nance for Its operation b *ane
of the shortar> In failed 'uad
allocations therefore we must
NEW CUSTOM BUILT make up this deftHt.
1915 N.W. 49th Street
We are asking the public to
LUXURY HOME help us The board members' and
department are having a babycontest $9,500 full price-$650 down
on I>foc. 22.

1260 N. W. 55th St. This young lady little BlalDeurrar. Three large bedrooms, large living room, dinette
age J. Is sponsored by
Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. th. board of directors. Will TIKI kitchen, city water
please help her to win the bead?
1 mortgage $80 month till paid no 2nd mortgage
3.bedrooms, 2 baths, large Florida room She Is the daughter of )Ir. anMu. d

Wood floor, tile roof, enclosed garage Spencer Murray. sad Mrs, no balloon. Large lot
J L Dison I. In charge
Built oven and range, vanities Call FR 1-1493

HARMAR, Inc. MO 5.3592 SAY GOODBYE TO -.--.-.,....... --



Large cheerful and airy bedroom apt*. with stove

1 and refrigerator. Vj block to shopping buses stop at
door. $15 to $18 per week



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health and hu..liM*... rill Influence of all kind. hltel

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1249 NVV 51st Street ''I :., Avis) kite affair I will tell jou Julio t what jou wmni toknow I

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Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS I hu..l.ul. wife" or sweetheart U true or faW. how to gain the
only in this section by Large Florida room 1 k.te of one" >ua IIM.M oWlre. omlrol or Influence the action>> of
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THE MIAMI_ _TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA I Christian Aid success,
I '
Rer. Adam Kelly chaplain
! SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 SUNLIGHT Bible ClassThe and agent

1 CHATTER BOX Sister Geraldine financial Burns,
president and members of secretary
"" J.-- -J7.w-.g-- _- Mrs E. Stereo. Pres.
.74\ ,/ ------ ----- the Christian Aid Bible Class M.
wish to thank who made
THIS and Sunlight school hid a fully their 20th anniversary observance .
parked week along with the Or. ,
ante IHossom Classic festivities.Many successful
Special' appreciation l. extended Attention All Vets
new and Interesting activities to Mr. and ),I.... Ounlher.
-y tr hare been added to the decorator and florist who sent The American Legion William
THAT curriculum to further stimulate a basket of bf'autUui flowers to Henry Bethel Post No. 211
and motivate the students. the president Mrs. M. E. Ster.ens. ts urging all veterans to Join as
Among them are* Lire performances founder and organizer on In Richmond Heights and left
By RUTH N. POLITE wherein each student la the occasion; to the Rer. Adam make this a strong community.We .
linn a chance to hia talent Kelly chaplain of the class, for are still working and baring I
i .&. -----..-..-.. -------------------- display
--- -
our Saturday night affairs either
In staging modeling hairstyling his timely message on "Women I
: Till CHRISTMAS or some of the fine arts Itullders for God." to the organ. In the Center or at the home ofa
j here at last In and creatlrltr Int. Mrs. Ruth Gay the' mistress Legionnaire Also we are askIng I'
! around are gaily decorated of ceremony Mrs. Elsie Baker each and everyone to come
I and homes. The air U Our program a;>o Includes films and the committee who prevented out to our tournament which
I the sweet familiar and l lectures by authoritative the president with a purse. will be each Friday night at 1:00
music foretelling and personnel.Our at the home of Joseph Steward
I The clans has made wonderfulsuccess
old story we know and projects for the year In. pot commander 14C60 Fllmor
I In Its efforts to lay a
well. Of all the music. dude a Christmas party and our I
I rntiMatton for the future genera
I "MESSIAH" i* acclaimed annual prom for which tentative tlOft.I For further Information contact .
number one selection plans are being made by the I
Thanks again to the committeewho Joseph Stewart Edward
class.The worked so arduously to Hanna Jr., or Murray James Jr.,
WOULD YOU LIKE to I make this 20th anniversary chairman of INDFDRIVER'S
rendition ofrb Well) you can The Concert under the able leadershipof
)fr. and )Ir.. D. A. Julius and -
of Northwestern High
presenting a rendition ... ,! Mrs. }ilia Monrur. Remember tosee
ly for you. This your Miami Time news boy LICENSE !
take place Tuesday night ; and for other further Important Sunlight
*0 at eight o'clock In the I events
torlum of the school. This 1 Mildred Burns reporter BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
wi'l help to underwrite Fund : I I II GIVE A DRIVER'S LICENSE OR LESSONS
plenish "the Robe
Concert Choir." Arthur FOR CHRISTMASO'BERRY'S
musical director. Samuel I|I II
ner Cohen Is principal I au


room will be the setting I I 6262 N.W. 15th AVENUE OX 1.5283

"December Dock t ; I !l lopo lw
project<< co-sponsored by : li''
adut: and senior citizens I I
raltte of the James K.
Community Association

Housing Miami. On Authority Friday.of Dec the Open 'til 8 P.M.TUES.

4:30 In the afternoon the .
)lr. W. V Gary pastor of
ity CM}: Church will u.
-The Other WI. Man" by I. WED. FRI.
Van Dyke. Other features "O'I.

program will be Christmas IIHI ran kink In on the flneMnj FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
and ee*nes from the Holy ; Isws..l .- ..)at U TV ins rue r1ltnewel .
will be sfeown. TKe cH b I then you hase MMITIX'KTV.
located at '104 NW 14th ; I
:KIV 3n1t"., keep Jour
eeffe* hour will tM had all In I.oferl ,..,..1 r. For Its. fin
end of the proar.ss .Do rM rrtirr.. call Tit II\nM: ,
time to ..*..e Ht "\. r
"tad you did." I ;
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will monorails tale ;lair I ir
and ruowa. OlIN I.er : ="
tlr.. by unveiling an oil ...
of him and formally
the new addition The <<
will take place at the ..*. r
ment. 5727 NW 17th I
Sunday afternoon at four
This la a tribute to a
be'oved husband and .
a highly respected ciUten APARTMENTS STORES HOUSES
fare much of his time and !

ey ofHamunlty.CWHBT to the. development 1301 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 7-3745

you need for a CBS home

Dean was "plndi.hHter"CLUII Mrs. price range. Also FHA. lilllsnnCentalL 4 11

to the group Tuesday ,,
I Project cbalrtady. fiddle home at :
and her coaaalttee
,.*... for Holiday Season OX 1.9372
lets presenting gifts
dts in the Para Villa" ( HOMES
BUBU at the Hollywood
pital Members pr...t I Market
Mesdames Mesa Jackson / I l For Your Holiday Enjoyment

dent: Bemle Hlater t Naomi I Sunday indf
Lucille Klou Carole VISIT THE
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r'AHAMAS"g ClassicThe For only $16.60 Down At


I entertaining pa't weeUend one: especially was quitean for SERVICE fIRST/ INSURANCE AGENCY

By A. H. McKENZIE a croup of young Mlamlans I 3497 N.W. 7th Are. NE S-6355
:= which has bee typed as the
-t ", And 16300 N.W. 27th Awe. NA 4-6612
mart set.
Selected to represent the Bahamas published In the Herald Is to be On classic ere Miss Verna IF YOU CAN QUALIFYNo
In the Orange Blossom heard by a special JUIT."olltf'man I Lew1.t was an elegant hostess at
Classic In Miami: Mrs. E.olie her home In Brownsville dressedIn appointent necessary
Awards. Emily Young Vivians Charles Riley al. silver and white brocade witha loth office open' Mon. thru Sat. 9 sum. to A pm.Ii .
sawyer Ernestine Sands Ann most lost his life on Dec 5 matching duster.Verna's .
Stevens and Andrea Pratt. when his boat capsized and .aank
off Paradise Death Hog Island pink champagne was -
Others were Clarence Ilaln, He was taken from the choppysea all neatly. lined off around the
Wlllrf'd flows Winston Darts and given artificial respiration room In nine Iced filled silver;
Addlngton Cambridge and Tony by Dr. Gilbert Dayne of bucqets. A week earlier severalof I I V
Philadelphia. the facu'ty members at FAXIT
and out of town ruests. were therecipients I _
with the Junkanoo '
the Bahamas was represented by Moss It. Kendrick of the MOM of orange and three floats In the parade. The Kendrick Corporation of Washington Invitations for the af
fair. The
floats were sponsored by Eagles D. C.. has been appointed Mlamlans attending the
party were: Mr. and Mrs. Del.
Negro public relations -
as consultant
Airways Hums House and An-
lens Smith Mr. and Mrs.
W. B.
dros Development by the Deveiopment;
Co with
nine KnterprUes.; will feature Hoard to Hill and Knowlton. Inc.general Tanner. Mr. and Mrs. R. Nichols
Emanuel Kryar, Mlas
Ha ha man models.Itermls public relations counsel.loo AntlonetteSplcer. or
to the board. Thlrlee Smith II. Hoiil<
-- -
Deveaut, 26-y-Hrold The decision was made. on Dec Miss flush Miss Lull Thomuson and
fVpolleeman. escaped from the I 9 after Mr. Kendrlx. gave the Odessa Suilth.
Fot Hill Prison on Nor. 2#. He i board a broad outline for the Along with pink champagne,
was captured In a home on )It. foundation of a safe plan to In. coktall sandwiches and caviar
Cullough Corner on Nor. %8. He crease the number of high.In i were served
is doing an 1"+ .month sentence come bracket Negro travellers to On Saturday afternoon Miss
for stealing.Mrs. Nassau. Ills appointment Is fora Doris Farmer and Mrs. Gloria
period of one year, and his or Farmer Lavarity hosted their
Clara Thompson. '77. of ganlsatinn" will work In cooperation out of town guests and close
\\VfliyM. Lone>> Island died at with and under the supervision friends at a "catered affair" on
the I'rlnceM<< Margaret Hospital of Hill and Knowlton. Inc I classic strip.

on Nor. 2*. Her survivors are a New York City. I After the game, the smart set
brother. Edwin Knowles; a son, gathered at the Sir John's to be
Theo; three Maters. Mr.. Lucy The Tnlted Bahamian Party ntrrtalned by the Conch Shell's
Smith. )frs. Angelina Fox, Mrs. meeting at the Jungle Club obi band of Nassau. Miss EvelynMoss.
Mary Jones. the (Montague Beach Hotel Wednesday Miss Peggy Thompson and
night. I>f'f'. 7, voted (3.2 William Mackey were In charge ear h Ub1 tawt ateory yas IStAYtNO 0 If DE 'CC.
The body of Edwin Gilbert. /3. hat. "leglstlatlon to give rotes tcvornen of arrangements. 3.L/r. PA. Bea 3457.F2 Savannah Ga
was found floating In Nassau should Introduced dur. Twas nice to know younger
harbor near the Crown Land Of ng the next session of the legit iflamlan too can be hospitable
flee Thursday night. Nor. 24. The lature.'* The resolution was Intro. respectable and responsible eltl. ( --
police are making In..UI.Uon.1 I(I duced by G .A. D. Johnstone, tens as they.. qulped Mrs. Pearl :
--- chairman I of the party. S. Gore as she was being given I
Wilbert Russell of Grand Da the happenings of the younger :
Mamas was found not guilty of Hiram Clifford Carey accompanied Mlamlans. LIBERTY
by his nephews. Michael
mans'aughter by negligence bya -
Supreme Court jury on Nor.Jt. and Robert Carey, are visiting Job OpportunitiesDepartment :
Kussell was Involved In a relatives. In Nassau. Mr Carey
traffic accident on the road between lives at Vero. Beach. Fla. wherehe .f Prm tl... and TELEVISION CORP
Nest End and Freeport. is In the grocery bulne Ai Publicity, Creator Miami Urban
Grand Hahama. on August :s. i native of TariHim nl,. EleuI League, IffS NW First SL, H. i
hen a truck he was driving col. 'I them he ,left the Bahama 44yers Allen Whsatley Jr. vocational
Tided with a van driven by Sam.uel agoCleveland. ..er"'cncreta,.,. ........ FR1M7S. PRESENTS
Hepburn Irving Rolle. apassenger --- j
In the. II. Reeves, president .
ran was 1961
Key Punch
<< of the Bahamas Brother Operator
The home of Dorothy Hopkins hood has recently been electeda Itecreation Supervisor (male orfemale Slimline
In Gambia member of the Victoria League I I )
was complete des
London.>> Mr. Reeves Is a memberof Kl-ctrlcal l Inspector
troped by fire on Nor. 23. The I
Sign PainterYouth
the Royal Common Wealth -
four-room frame house built In I
July was not Insured. Mrs. Hop- the BrltUh Overseas League, andthe Hall OfficerLegal I .
kln. mother of West India Committee. loOn Records Clerk I II
1.in.hUd.n.<< don. Life. Guard II I
was In the farm I
at the time of Police Officer
the fire.Cedrlc. I
Court ClerkEngineering I

-Lewis.--.21--. and Basil TUB NOTICEWILL next of kin of the Recreation Center Draftsman Director I i I Iy
ed 22. suspend late Edward N. Johnson and Communications Technician' II
police" constables, were con Charles Engineering. Aide II
rlcted by a Supreme Ramsey please write to:
Court Jury
Unity Life Policeman
in u..cInd Insurance Co., Ltd.. I
sent to do II
PO Box EngineersSEE
91. Nassau. Bahamas.D24.
months in prison for stealing. t II I
The two were charged with visit j .
tog the home of two Haitians. ,.. a. ",- I
George Francis and his sweet II I
heart Joycelyn Joseph on Sept. NEED MONEY THE SOUTH'S I

2. and "taking" money from FOR THEHOLIDAYS LEADING COLORED I I
Francis by extortion. The officers
were off-duty when the crime.WM t ? PSYCHIC READERLet j j I
$25 to $600

Cyril St. John Stevenson edl.
or of the Nassau Herald Is defendant Call PL 8-3653

In the Supreme Court on N
Otot15.. In a $70,000 libel suit IDEAL LOAN
Died against him by RandolFawke
*. president of the Itaha.
6105 N.W. 7th Aye.
was Federation of Labor Thesuit
growing out of two artlc.e; + I model 23T13

13th WEEK her year of experience guide
get and protect you throughout life I s\ t \ VMA space*saver 23"table TV. Bile wide :.
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Integrate School Hook Week was observed at
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, LOGO Rainbow Park Nov 10-14 with
I dally thoughts given by the Jun
lot Librarians at the close of

DUNBAR ELEMENTARYAn Dade Junior College UM Paper Urges each annual morning's Book Review devotions.Tea The was

overflow audience ,of parents held Nov. 15 in the cafetorlura
teachers and community The Northwestern Center of with Rev. Thedford Johnson as
friends attended the last PTA Dade County Junior Co'iege': will The University of Miami's student speaker
meeting of 1960 In our cafetor present to the public Its first newspaper Friday came out "Funds for construction of the
mm .Ist Monday night Christ ram of the scan and the first editorially for integration of the I new student union and new dor.mltories J. R. E. LEE ELEMENTARYThe
basketball team of the Instl.tutloa. school.
ma music and the presentationof new are coming largely from
The Three Great Religions dl. The Hurricane editorial written federal loans. That U the economic PTA met last Monday
reeled by .Mrs. Boyer were wellrPH'hf'd A fourteen name schedule com. by Editor Bernie Weiner side of the question. I present night with a very large attendance
as treats to both ear posed of Junior Colleges and lo. pointed out the University needs this distinct possibility of under the supervision and
and eye. During the brief bust. cal team of the established Recreational public as well as private funds in loss of federal building revenue leadership of our manic teacher
ne wwtion. a report was given League offer rather order to continue Its building for those who pretend not to see Mrs. Hlggs; and with the aid of
of return from the Annual Fall stiff competition to. fledging program. a moral Issue Involved." our sixth grade teachers Mrs.
Festival held last Saturday af. team which makes up In spirit executive I I. Bacon and Mrs.Scavella.. A won.
ternoon. whit It lacks In number. Dr. Robert Johns There are more Important derful musical program was pre.
The first jam of Dec. 17 Tire president of the University practical considerations Weiner rented to us which was composed ,
I)tin bar was represented In the promise quit. an evening of exeltement. said he had no comment person wrote. of sixth graders.Our .
Orange DIoMotn Classic Paradeby I The Miami Warriors ally on the editorial content. I'I
our newly organized drum of Liberty City will furnish the I I "He (the editor) Is privilegedto "One is can the U.M remainIn president read her report
the of the world particularly brought back from the
which was ;
oft whatever he wants sol eyes
and drill corps under the superVi opposition with quite an array write .
.1B it' Mr Sally Ot-. runs. l'ntcdrrw; L'e HP 4 Albert has l as h- et"rcla*a good Judge I Latin America Asia IOth District Parent and Teach.rs
IceonauItaat.tumphreyMason Stirrup of St. Augustine! College.:' meat and Integrity. I don't think I I and Africa a segregated institution Asuoclaton which met inDeerfleld.
and still hold their respectas Plans were also: made
and Karl nnl..y, both for. Raleigh. N C.. James )fltth..U.Colleee thls'll be any more controversialthan I
In the a progressive dynamic school for the Christmas party for the
tner 1Rflt1.of the FA1IU of 'Sequoia. Cal. Hotly other stories news
I The answer Is obviously We want thank Mr.
Children. to
Marching Hand Instruct in instrumental Drown. Central State Zenla. Ohio; paper.
chairman of the beau
music" after school.! Reuben Thorns. Army Air' Bowman
"Student don't run uni
papers tlflcatlon committee for the lovely
AIM a.Unl are Mrs. RoslynIlethel. Force, and Eugene Laurie, and versities. Dr. Johns added. and flowers that hepurchased
Ilragg Turner and Rich William Cox local high schools. plants
"Needless to the Unlver.
say MIAMI TIMES ADS for the PTA and was
ard Smith of the physical educa. Game time 8 p.m Northwest sity of Miami could be affectedby planted around our school whichIs
lion D.-pt. Snare drums will be Senior III a federal law prohibiting the
Freddie rn urn gym. DON'T COST THEY PAY one of our main projects this
played' by Clarence Cobb SCHEDULE: government from releasing build. '
Edwards and Charlie ),Miles Dec. 17 Warriors her I Ing funds to segregated institution CALL OX 14421 TODAY year W. C. Bawl principal
Ix>reeso Drown were bass drum Ian. 7 Roosevelt Jr. Col. there !," the editorial read. Sarah 'Andemon.' president

81"". Seme 2ft Ilrownles ride from in Jan. 10-The Spotsmen here .............";I, .:: ....... _._......-- ...
Troop 30S and 359 will Jan. 14 OW Carver Roosters .. .lI.'Y'..,.....,. -e.J.------a.... ;M. ........ .... ...-- M.d... EAST OPA LOCKADo
the parade with their leaders here
Ml** Amandah Franklin and Jan. 18 riTW Boosters here realize that Christmasis
Mrs. Evelyn Lake Jan. 27 Ilooaeveit hereFeb. 1J1nr (llliriiitiuao! ((gifts! "just around the corner" and

family extends Us 4 Roosevelt here that you, too, before ;ionr (if
The Danbar: Mrs laden Me- Feb. 8 Open you aren't already will be hum
sympathy to Peb 11-The Spotunen here minx your favorite Onrittmas
CuHowth Nealy her and oldest her family broth ".b. 1ft IITW Roosters here See our selection of Cot,'., Evening in Paris, Carol Why not eeme out and
over the low fun. Peb. 25 Dixie Park hereFeb. hear your favorite earol sung by
or. Leroy Item who died St. John and was Baptist I 27 Glbbs Jr. College and other Perfume various choirs of the Bait Opa
tentative here Lock community?
Wednesday. .
Church last March 2 Opa Lock here
We wish to thank parents and I March, 4 Roosevelt there Also Jewelry, Dolls, and other suitable gifts Whether your Chri4ms *plr.It .
Is high low will have
their or we
oommunUy friend for generous for Christmas and the New YearA fun galore.
support' ot our various proJects Message of Thanks
"here at Diinbar. We really Come out and Join us at our
appreciate Jour continued later I wish to take this method of Beautiful Line of Christmas Cards on display Red and Green Christmas Sip.
est. thanking my son Rev. Quintan at the school. 2470 NW 143rd
Davis and daughter-in-law for t. Dec. 18 at 3 p.m Tie a string
The Christmas spirit perradesituui the kind way of taking care of Store
20thairtft Community Drug around your finger to be sure
tekeol. Although the me during my recent Illness while you don't min this affair.
classroom windows pre. there In Miami with them.
lent a uniform appearance creative May, God's blessing ever abide Cor. 15th Are. & 68th St. Phone OX 1.7515HAROLD Josephine, Jenkins Mackey., reporter principalMary
work of children are seen with you and the many friend .
Inside the rooand In the cor.ridors for their kindness Thanks for JOLLIVKTTE )Ianavr -

Of special interest thru your donation card and flower Advertise! It Pays
out the school year has been the Mrs, Ada ), '*- ;s- .. -w.&. ".
Moore :i-:7'A3: : --.U
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work done on the general bulletin L'" e:<-:: 97.., .
board by members of the ......,

Uullt-tin Hoard Committee.... and: Clara Mes- a I *
dames 1t+'wander Roabn, K'rl Ilethel..1., Flowfrs. 9LS ?

Hawkins and Littles. The Christ
Hoard for the library .
Ends lluUetln r
on the upper corridor was
arranged by llarbara McGrtff as.
skied by Mae Carolyn Godfreyand
Eugene Clear i
Holsum BakersWISH
The public is Invited to attend
and enjoy a comp.tmentaryrhi1 i
+..tmas program directed by
Kyr4tard Cook twice Delta Jab-
berwock Hr -t prize winner on
this Monday, I)-e. 19 at 7 P.m.
In the eafetorlum. Pupils from
grade. 4.C are participating to YOU A. !f.
the dane*. songs and narrations
involved in the Nativity scene
and In the parody of the Nut.
cracker The faculty<< chorus of 20 MERRY CHRISTMASAnd
rolce will: make its debut singing
a medley of popular Christ
mas songs. The Dunbar Family
takes this method of thanking And HAPPY NEW YEAR
our parent and friends for their
generous support of our various i
projects.J. Hokum wishes to thank you for your loyalty in buying

its Premium Quality Products. Holsum Bakery shares

F. DEAL STUDIO progress with its employees through these benefits Old Age Retirement Plan

Phone FR 4-3034 Hospitalization Plan

307 N.W. 2nd ATS. :; h

We copy and enlarge pictures of R Job Advancement ,

your loved ones at half price. We

make alf kinds of
pictures. f Seniority Ratings }(I

9 Free Hospitality Room at the plant for

". > employees without distinction to race,

MANSIONFOR MY creed or color.

SALE O Free Cake and Coffee at HospitalityRoom


2 BATH .- Christmas Cash Bonuses and Prizes

SCREENED PORCH Free Christmas Dinner Party


2 CARPORTE All-Round Happy Working Conditions
All Holsum employees enjoy free cake and coffee duringworking
100 LOT
80 x in the American democratic tradition
hours and lunch periods in the Hospitality Roomat .

$3,000 cash downCor. Holsum's Plant.

9th Ave. and Serve Holsum Bread and Cake For Their Finer Taste and Quality ,

61st St.

Open Sat. & Sun. 3-6 c

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Personal Mention with Mr. Sands' parent. Mr. and
Mr. John Sands of 14S1 NW

Publisher Balm L. Leavell of Sth place. The Sands reported avery
Crusader""* enjoyable stay In Miami.
The New
Also enjoying: the Sand visit
paper visited Miami and was the
wa Tyrone Sand. on of Roland
guest of Don and Joyce Strachan.
Sand, who Urea with his
; The Crusader granted the grandparent In Miami.
three: lovely wiener of the Cru
cador Court Queen Popularity
Contest. round trip from the Mr iClet of 11IINW
tropical city to Chicago by way '6th are I* visiting In Syrm-
of Jet Electra. cute, N.Y. with her lter. Mrs.
I Ruth Morris of that city. Mr*.
Mrs, Gwendolyn Cooper and Culmer says she I I. enjoying her
sister. Mlllleent God.... of Nat.sau lay In New York and plan to
are visiting relative and return to Miami toon
friend In Miami.

Calander Roberta of Nassau
arrived on Tuesday on a business
and pleasure trip. lie U guest oft TOOTHACHE
i :* lttrr.. Mr*. M. Johnson, 1:31NV I II r::
F lit court. .W p. Me .... era./...
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I Roland Sand and daughter .s.. pee w
Sandra, who now live In New .. .....
York City returned to Miami to ... ...... ....
upend the Thanksgiving holiday ORA4EL'I



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llrtnm are trpi.entatitrs itulMandlna: ptajrr on the win. U \\MIIM trophy and Felt ...
of the winner and loner In the nine team, the lluttcrhall of .wnl<.M| a tn>1'ihy for brinK tnt. & COFFEE SHOPFeaturing
rerent TtiAnkftglttnff high school \VMIIM, iwvwentlnff trophy to e<| the most outstanding 'dater
football clajwUc between the Felt, Patricia Talor.M3II__ on the winning team. j
Northwestern ItulU and the im\V ami Hometown" Hanna of
Ibioker T. Washington Tnrna.lor WMIIM.The lint In haUnrr the .wnl..UI4" I
*. They are, left to tight ram.twc.. ....... the two Hal of the two trams Mia Tailor KMi STEAK AND ONIONS WITH POTATO SALAD
Head i OuAch James Wanca of ) trams wan pVijrtl at Mlm| aknl i to Marx In the |lrtiire asa
Vorthwenteriv IJIl")ui Ailanvs"MbM Statllum and was won hj \orlhwewlern I I'I'J'I"'M"nl.lh.- the Imlngi 6856 N.W. 15th Avenue
NorthweMernIlohtv. l.t.H. rW winning the i i tewn-Photo by Johnson of Ml.
!>!(., who wan voted the mot ,;....... she IliilU wrre |.re mted ami. OPEN ALL NIGHT

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Holsum's Christmas

Display OpensRated Care enough :+:

a* the largest anlma'ed S i blaM* on two flanks'
Chrlstmadtsplay In South Florida of the 4ti4y. i
HoUum: Datu)"'. huge sane \-.ar the sidewalk. In the cenl '
In front of Its plant at South Ml. o ." of Santa's e.*..rtyard. sparta GIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY
ami baa been completed and I* j inm .1 I find a etHuttant y flow.
now on view to the public. I IRK r Mmt&4n sod a wishing well Choo.e modem gift for modem
Planning and actual conMructlon t.f wh.eh ,...-q may "., coin' This Christmas be thoughtful giver.
all the
of the gigantic display btotuan Minev" eoetd| from the wish.Ing Florida living-Better Living Elcctricallyl An electrical gift aaya
w.tl will, be broad over to a the
u tar back a* August. JlBI.uaa It keep on giving all through year.
President Jodean Cub said w Hi rh r for n' 1v fireflies. .election. In all price and for every age and interest
Carrying out the theme "A i i No Ann ha. H en spared to There are marvelous
Medieval Christmas" the three make t h.> s.*.... most dra.
dimensional spectacular. Cash I matte and color! la llolsum'
pointed out consist of a reaps hl4ory." Cash. emphaslied M For ,
tie ejutle with stained glass win. lavtaaee. behind Santa's throne ,
daw. battlement and turret. a brilliant red canopy will have ('.
air\ festooned by lavish Chrlstma myriads of Hirhts thrown upon It
decoration and complete with by an Illuminated revolving ball

Santa on a tbron covered with mirror Other fea.
Spectator visiting the colorful: lure iaelvde ee4erful animated
scene will find two rastle waits'' I plastic!<< soldiers atop the eattte.wAmplifier
extending from the! front and i will provide bark
converging Into a drawbridgeand ground musk day and night and r 1
castle entrance at the rear. he. aeene wl.l) be brlittantly ti.
Her, flanked by tall plastic sol. ruminated during evening Cash
dler whose gay color will be Nld. t
accented by lights within will In site' the display follow the r
stand by Santa' throne and aeat.M Velum tradition' of b*.ness with s
upon It a Jol.y Santa Clan width of SO feet, depth of 20 feet 1
who will move his head approv. and portions of the display eK.o .
Ingly l to the crowd.During. day. : tending upward 6S feet La' t }
time period. Cash said a live Tear's dUplay drew over 17.000 'il' fl' '
Santa will greet youngster who p.rtatora This year'* displaywill ( :.iM/l
wish ta enter the display remain on view through j
Entrance from the sidewalk Monday Jan. 2. '


Miami Merchantsand CUP THIS (pear usT..

Businessmen I VIStTYOUl UmtC UPUUtt DUUIc

.u.r ;':::- -:
i Staot* a rood aualt
MTI ,J roia lootsAOIO
U twit
Send your Christmas Greeting and say D CJCANOttNUIOCtOCKt coat, O4U WAIIMHQ Q J: hUTM ttMfU fAS C O *accono: runneriutmc .
0 itt C.usNR
"Thank You" to customers and a ICC CtAM fJlUlU U s.woeut ants
your Q corncD GRIN 0 STUM.*., I NUHlfl [)IAWU'AMD
q "AYU'n
during the cORN: roftlt D NCI tAtpacses C teAt-'U
friends for their patronage D tlMAarNIR
U'lAT rTa MAtrtAG5/VII5AT.R C ."u l.oet
year, in the Christmas Edition of and for that Special Gift AILOXCTWC KITCHEN '

5' ; frnboolUtf o"p
will W: trtur .,.
4 '".Wry *f Christmas Ms14
work and brighten rout htAJ/.Iris at

i..tlrtW pPtfMe dealers.
g: .

fkvIiif8mrdOA'/iiJ6 !J
CALL OX 1.0421 ,
A i i
'LOlli'I 1 aWEI
And our representative will call on you HELPING BUILD ftOIDA



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MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA sitters Mesdames. Dorothy Boyd
Lenora Denefleld. Margaret,

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1960 Richards Evelyn Byron and a ,
brother, Richard Dame Friends
may call at the chapel until the c
hour of the service. s

I CARDS-MEMORIALS John L. Slaughter of 249 NW I

14th Terr., died Deo. 12 at the

----.......--- Veterans Hospital In Coral
Gable Us Is survived by his
In Appreciation IN MEMORIAM wife Carrie and an aunt, Mrs. t
Harrison Services will be held
Mr and Mrs Willie D. Young In nd but loving memory of Dee. 17 at 12 noon at a place to
146:i Harrison St.. Richmond my dear husband and father, be announced. Burial la Paradise
Hftffhu, wish. to thank their Cemetery.
many friends for their eipre

km of sympathy In the death of Infant Boy Outlaw the still Roofing and House repair, no FOR RENTBEAUTIFUL
his mother )Ir.. Viola Young bona son .of fro, and Mrs. Sam job too large or small

and his. .. ter. Mrs. Ruth Deen Outlaw, of Opa Locka. was burled D and D ROOF REPAIRHI ROOM IB private
Curry, on Dt-c. 6. In Tlfton. Ga. In Lincoln Cemetery Dec. 1C. 4.IOU-Da
home home.llke atmosphere,
OX 7151 Night 1126 NW 55th .t.. phone NE

memory of the late. Manker . COMPLETE hairdo Including FURNISHED rooms In private
REV E. S. HENRYI treatments free. For appoint
Mrs. Janet Kitchens of 1191 home. OX 1877.. 1529 NW nth
can't forget the 13th of December. went can OX 1-10C2 or PL 8t.C .
NW COlh st. died Dee. 2 In Jackson .
11:15: p.m., 1954 when you 7.917. Rankin Beauty Shop r
Hospital. The body was shipped -
left me.Goae.. to Dawson, Oa. for final FURNISHED Rooms. Very
but not forgotten MONROE MUSIC HOUSE
2 rites. Survivors are a husband I reasonable, downtown call PL
Vioitt Henry, wife 120 N.W. 3rd Avenue 4.C40I.
Willie, a SOB Jams
-- Writer of -Rock of Ages. Get

IN MEMORIAMIn Baby boy Washington of 1212 your sheet and record of this FURNISHED ApartmentNW 775
favorite number, also "Look at C9th st. PL 4.90C9.
NW C7th .1.. died Dee. 4. Services "
IM< mory of our dear mother.and Dec. 9. Survivors are his The People. Christmas music
grandmother mother, Ella Mae, father Tyrone now available. BEDROOM furnished home
ANNIE CHASE near Grand way. Reasonable. 1270

who departed this life on Dec. Julius Wise nit NW 2nd ct. FREE! FREE! FREE! NW 55th st.

13. 1954.A1sy tied Dee. 4. The body was teat 1 boys or girls' bicycle with each
she ret In peace and may to Tampa for final rite Survlv. new refrigerator or TV sold be. 1 FURNISHED aparmtent. 2 furnished
light prtN tual shine upon her. or Is a dicer Cleo Oates of Tam fore Dec 21. Call OX 1.1421. rooms on NW 52nd' St
Avis Stewart daughter I pa. and 18th ave. CINe to bus and
nmmlf' Grant daughter who departed this life JIUNTER December rEX PAL WANTEDA Jltn,.,. Call OX 1-355. D24
Juaaita BrnnetU daughter Services for Little Ronald Patton young girl from Finland
18. mi. Jr.. 1625 NW 58th Terr, who wishes to correspond with Amert h __ ...

IN MEMORIAM His life Is a beautiful memory died Dee. 2 were held Dee. 10 at can man are 21.45 year. Answerair
Ills absence I. a silent grief 2 pm. from Peaceful Zion mail: Miss Maria Sten. post Let your boy blow his horn

Wherein it has pleased AI.m..ht' He sleeps In God' lovely gardenIn Church Survivors Include his "'... Oergmanig 1. Helrinford, at our Fine Arta Conservatory .
parents )lr. and Mrs. Ronald
sunshine and perfect
trod to take from our band class. Thursdays
Sadly missed by: Pattoa.
midst my beloved husband
William .;. Roberts who depart.ed Letchla Hunter wife WAVTKDL.IVB1N 4 p.m. Registration Saturday
Gray Oedsoa Butler Jr. of manager for fully fur. '
Children .
this life DMT. 19 1950.
nlshed Carver
15955 NW 22nd court died Dee. rooming house, new a.m. YMCA
May the perpetual Ught shine 12 at his home. Services were I building. N\V 5th ave and 16th
upon him may be rest In peace. held Dec 14. Survivors Include Ht JE 2114 or CA 1-4122.
his mother Mrs. Willie Mae But.
$* and relatives.Le .er. bra father Oedsoa Butler

i''' Roberts wife FOR SALEFOR

!N MEMORIAMIn House of Albert. that Florida THAT DREAM thorn, extra HOME bed.or LR

room or bath. Remodeling of M ft, +: rTtiNaM
..a our dear father and grandfather. Mabel Davis of 21CO NW 48thTerr for all your building needs, all
PHILHUOOKS SMITH SR. who died Nov. 24 In MtUna aldltions r remodeling can be
who irted this life. December I Hospital were conducted done with no money down up to
17. 1957. Dec. 1 In the cba f'd. Rev I* W years to pa,. Licensed and Insured ..r!
May be rvet in peace and may Williams officiated Survivors tndf
JlMt fM-rtwtu-al shine upon him."There's :are a sister Mrs Lillian Davis
1862 N.W. 50th St.
a foster ..bt.r.Ira.. Hortense ONE- red boy's bicycle. English
an often door at the end Caldwell; an aunt, three uncles. Open House Sunday and well equipped Including
of the road, --- .uneh.
bag. home at 4:20: p.m.
Thrmigh which each must go Mrs. Vernetl Morris of 225 NTS' $795 Down every evening and all day Saturdays -

alone 11th .t.. died Nov. 20. She was $75 Month it you like to see It. Price
And the rr .is a ligfct wo cannotsee New York
sent to City 0.'or Furnished bedroom CBSon 125 Miss Klatch 271 N\V 10th
final rites She Is survived by I. t 202.
Our father claims his own; her mother. Mrs. Beatrice Morris large landscaped lot. -
Beyond the. Rate. my loved one and several sisters. awning dining ,
saparate I \\1. 1954 Buick Super' two
land oak floors. Total price '.>or bard top. excellent buy !
lIapl"{ .... and rest and there Is Mrs Margaret Haynes of C124 room M9t 1941 Ford excellent: car. lt J
comfort RW CCth St.. South Miami died only $10,700. I ">5 1(291 DUcayno Blvd.

In the thoucht that loving Ood D**. 4. Sb. Is survived by three .. .. -- ---_
;;;&;; ;;; ---a;
knows best : daughters Mesdames J E. Murray FRIOIDAIRE. PL .UU after
The FamilyPrmtirnoks. Magnolia Miller and AlleneItaity. $895 Down 4 p.m 1011 NW- Cist St. Our r I'Mlbrooks. Jr., a son Rubin of NYC. four a Mint bit In any k-ague.
Il<>""r (ln. sons grandchildren. Services were $73 Month FURNISHED HOUSE with two

Mrs Ada L. FlandersMrs. conducted at Mt. Olive: Baptist I Custom built 2-bedroom bedrooms living room dining

Ktelse Johnson Church Rev E. P Brown, pas. CBS beautiful Florida room, Florida room bath with
Mrs. Msedon JJu:lard. ,
tor. shower, plus carporte See It at
daughters room oak floors, 75x100 790 NW- CCth st Adults only I wen rfwlYc?

And grand children Range lot, tile roof furnished kitchen must be experienced In taking 6PFi 'j lS'l lVA't N v A2'Q
central air condition. care of good home. PL S.0792,
IN MEMORIAMIn Melanie Llghtbourn. 2.year ed. -- --- ))1;;;

daughter of Mrs. I't>arllne Light t 22 AYE

lovlnjc memory of our darling bourn died Dee I at Jackson .. FOR RENT MlAhtl, fU19 ,
wife mother, sister and Memorial Hospital. Services
Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS UNFURNISHED APT. and furnished
daughterNEVELYN;;: conducted In the chapel Wednea.
room. 1574 MV 58th St
day Burial was In Lincoln Memorial with extra large Florida
OX 1-5820. S. A. rtierrv Indf
Cemetery.Mrs. room on lovely lot. .
iter corner -- Beautiful Home
No qualifying small down BEDROOM APT. with refrigerator on
Rebecca Foster of 15770 and stove only SI 4 per Your Lot
NW- 18th place died Dec 9 In payment. This home must week. 144 NW- 70th at. Manageron
I Jackson Memorial Hospital Mrs. be seen to appreciate. premises. OX 1-1241.
Foster was a native of Valdoata 2ta'Sts

Oa.,, and had lived In Miami for l LAnGE 'noyr.1 bdn mn. la."
a number of year She Is survived rated at C12 NW 21st Ten OX -
Drive By 1469 TJW ? rREnJ
toy four daughters Mesdames 1-C341 days NA 1-1152 even y
Laura Cummings, hazel Inn.
Crawford Mary King and hues Terr. I

Hllas and four sons. Rufus, Char Home and Income HOl'SES bedroom, centrally
le, Eddie and EarL The' remains located" Partly furnished 117
$995 Down CemplrU Strvlo
r were sent to Valdosta for final NW- Ith st FR 1-4CJO. D17

rites. $&0 Month PLANNING
I Large 4-bedroom with two nnl( -.'.nlur RUMMAGE Truce
Joicph P. Wilson Jr. *f e BUILDING
1M7H Shop. we well new and used
NW 3rd court died Dee. 10 at large Florida rooms, also ; c1Mhe. 78-0 XW Tth Ave' PIT a FINANCING

Jackson Memorial Hospital. II* an extra home for rental. Your New Hems
came to Miami 20 years ago Both homes air conditioned.No ,WE h AVE SOME Choice l.bed.
from Valdosta. Services will beheld room apartments for
rent at 2945
Saturday. Dec. 17 at 4 p.m. qualifying no closing NW 4ith St. at 524 NW 22nd St. No Down

1 In the chapel. He Is survived by costs, one mortgage. Why Phone FR 9.257C.

three sisters, Mesdames Leola pay,rent. Ifre, rent fre*.. PaymentOver
1 Marshall. Lucy Rodd,. Buelah Quiet
.. person or couple In ,
-- Davis, and t-.::.-
a brother Henry private home with kitchen privi Twenty Years ef
BELLAMYwho Friends may call at the chapel CASH FOR YOUR LOT 1 leges. Harris. 2122 \'V.' C2rd st. Construction EapeHtnce
departed this life on Dee. beginning at 1 p.m. Friday. In.
17. 1956. terment will be 1n Lincoln Me. LARGE 2.bedroom apt In small Satisfaction

mortal. PL 7-S4S4J JW3 NW nth St bul'dlng. Cheap rat... In Opa 9
Gone, but not forgotten. Locka. Call NE- 4.0500 or OX l r l1
There's an open door at the end Mrs. Ruth Farrington of 7102 1-5452.
of the road NW 14th ave.. apt. 2. died Dee, Indf OCLEiLL{ { 9'

Through which each mut fo 10 at her r tdence. Services MIAMI TIMES ADS TWO Bedroom apt. New 22CO
alone; will be held Friday Dee. 1.. at NW CCth st PL 1-3604
And there In a llfht we cannot 2 p.m. In the chapel. Burial will DON'T COST THEY PAY 888 N.E. 79th St.
be In Lincoln. She la survived
see by LOOKING FOR A clean furnish.
Our Father claims His own her husband. Thomas her MlamTHE
moth CALL OX 1.0421 TODAY ed room with kitchen and bath
Ernest Bellamy ere Mrs. Virginia Dames, four In a quiet place call OX 4144..



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limbs and body, that MUM you Concern and embarraeament.
Fast electronic method medically appr.vtd. Free MnsuttatUn

ELECTROLOGIST FR 3.2748 by appointment January It an Important month ..b GRAND OPENING

to aliens. They must rememberto
register. Last year more than CECIL'S DRY CLEANINGAND
: 545 S.W. First Street Miami Fla.rrrr' %,'00,000 filed address report
; cards. This year the authorities LAUNDRY
expect to register more than

-+---_ .. .. %."0.000. Falling to register Custom Tailoring and Alterations
'e < SO day sentence' and deportation.
In England a white couple

wants to. adopt a sixth Negro 2239 N.W. 62nd Street
child. They say It U the happl.
Unfurnished 742 NW 59th St. ness the first fire hare brought 'JIM ..m. to f ::3O p.m.&PP .
them that make them want ma-
half block from 7th Ave. Large bedroom, sleeping Isn't it a nice thing to dot

._ ..M..
porch, large living'room, kitchen, bath. $20 week. In Iluenos Aires, a stock ear
racer failed to make a Curve
slammed' Into a crowd watchingthe I
""''''-6 ; ; -,, ,;nr-4. !:I.
1. races and left 12 dead and .
__ F"S 20 critically; Injured. The drlr.er .
of the car backed It out rode
over ome of the dead and Injured ...". ... .....
SACRIFICE BARGAINLOOK bodies and headed. for the \
finish line. Cruel Isn't It? OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

AND COMPAREIN Gallnp Poll shows that Ne.
Kroes supported' PresidentelectJohn
F. Kennedy' not only from FRIDAY SATURDAY
RICHMOND HEIGHTS Northern big cities. but fromSouthern
Negro and Negro la
mailer cities and towns. Tea

Corner Boggs Drive X Monroe St. they did.Jiaslsslpp. 'ULSTARSFI AIFIFECISTOIY!

) ) and Alabama with

3-bedroom., 2 baths, awning windows 14 electoral rotes want Senator
hard of Virginia to hare their
Wood floors, enclosed garage rotes No Kennedy' for thtDl.n..r. stood on
Slid Row...
Built-in oven and vanities
range .
are more than 4,000.000 but lived
people In the United State with, eaOrtnStrectl
nut a job If you are not on that
'It I you should be thankful and
OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M. take rare of the Job you hare,

Ora D. Taylor, Agent CE 54246 In Tallahanw this week the.
cabinet board of education ap
-- .. proved the establishment of six ......
new Junior colleges at a cost of
I2.17C.OOO Three of the. arefor IWMSSilEirwiNIDiS.IttESDMRENIEJiNSEBERG.
Negroes and three for whites.The .
WATCH THIS PAPER Negro colleges are to serve !
student In L*+. Charlotte, Col
tier Itendry and Olades. The o DTALBAK-DlA nUGERAlD.L

NEXT WEEK Oceota whites la counties.Gorernor Orange.. Seminole and larlsttlREtiii !....,...,.....rrrlnalWPLUS. -__

FOR A FULL PAGE OF LeRoy Collins was
on the program at the Orange
nioMotn; Classic at the Orange iiCLCARj
Howl |st Saturday night.In j THC

Christmas Food Specials noon the Saturday mammoth was our parade mayor at *.WATr F9R." 3 1 1f

nob rt King High Wasn't that a
nice gesture?
s e eAT And the Interracial drill squad I
from the alrbat at Homestead
under the command of a Negro
YOURCOMPLETE cergeant. was real sharp

FOOD STORE The t'lHted Fund Is still short 'I Nlt'hl'_"M KKMUMirBKMKt I
or its goal l Those who hare not .
senos.a.e orb war
pledged or contributed should do 114'4nlaaaea.n ..-..-.vfl1r.$is =":':

A G 27th Ave. at 54th Sf. *when o. especially we are generally at Christmas more time liberal -


OPEN 24 HOURS NEVER CLOSED : Beauticians to Hold

.j Fashion Show THEtYOUNG _

;::_.- ... W
I If
Miami's fl"autlcians' League
So 42 I* presenting A FashionArt [ LOVE
and Style Show, on Sunday,
rw It at 4 pm at the CarTer ALL THEiIYOUNG t .
v\lr S7TO NW Hth are. The
SAVE $2.00I
$2.00 ,....]Mir<< i. /InrttedMr ;
Ilillle Pitu U president -
and Mrs W E Woods, program MEN'I
am worth $2.00, when presented to our ServiceMan
on completion of repairs on any Radio TV

Record Player, or any make Auto Radio. --

You may call us or bring your set in any day of the I s
week, or Sundays, between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. for on-

the-spot service. THIATMK

We have a Free Self-Service Tube Checker for your Now Playing

convenience.We .
Elvis Presley
located at 2537 S.W. 8th Street t
Trail" : "G. I. Blues"Pu.
"On -- ----- ----
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ONLY $2.95
-- aDd TUES. Tuesday Weld
Ol.Gc.uny: .. Bing Crosby -

On aU ......1 and labor. mrondlUnaal Oodatguuantre Silas Green
Tear on harts
.. 4rtarr totw. wbea .... .. PLUS -
.. ShowHarlem's
on the r 4 ofrriolm art euesd | Stage
for troui4r. nehrt" than tal....
A Poppin'a
(One ad per repair job)

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Southernmost City


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YULE PARTY FOR Tampa; )Ir. and Mrs Hubert
niSAHLEDThe Richards and children goad

Ladles and great grand children of Norfolk *
Auxiliary of the
VFW rout C021 held Its annual ; Elbrldire Curry Jr..
and .
atlas Hortense
.......... Disabled Veterani Christmasparty da A and Curry of Flor.
M University Rend
at the VFW American children Mrs. Coretba C.
; Stall.
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Legion hall SOS Emma St.
worth. Tampa; Mrs. Alice R.
THE MIAMI TIMES Bingo was played and useful Tenry and Allison Jones of New
I -MIAMI. FLORIDA Rer K. M. Thomas
Rifts were brought for the dis. York Mrs. Ira Pearls of Miami.
Phyllis Myers,
abled veterans
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1960 Sunday School . . 1:30 The menu served consisted of der father and 'In. Nelson W. Pin-
and Mrs. Coleeo
Morning Service . . 11:00
IHT . . . . 5:30 sandwiches potato chips, pickle. Plnder, Miami.
cakes and hot chocolate.
FIRST UNITARIANA Evening Service . . 7:00 bF.A nt
ST. JAMES AME CHURCH Mr*. Juanita Bennett president
special Christmas program NVxt Sunday at :3 p.m the Jr. of the Ladles Auxiliary of
presented by the Church School Rer. H McNeal Harris, pastor. Matrons will hare tb"lr'2nd annlrersary the VFW Post wishes to thank A'bert Curry died NOT. 17 at
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean Monroe Genera!
will be given at 5:45 p.m. on School reportertunday The public Is invited the many friends and members brief iUnrsa Hospital after a
Sunday Dec 11. a the First Unitarian 9:30 tat their" useful rifts that Requiem Mass was

Church U !tW,. 29th Road Moraine worship' 11:00 Rer. and Mrs. Drltton are 1 lea,- they brought for the veterans. held Friday morning 10 o'clock.
Evening worship 1:00 Ing to go back home sometime NOT :5.t Ft Peter' Church
The program will Include "The this week. We hare enjoyed The party was enjoyed by all with Father N W Plder of Or-
Seven Strands of Christmas Tra A special invitation Is extend who were present.tr lando offlctatlnrSunriTors .
their short visit
with us and
dition" which describes Hannu. d to you to worshp with us Sun. we
kah. Yule Log. Erergreens. San lay at which time the Commer hope they will come back vo .hers Board o 2 of HethelAMH are his wife. Amelia,
ta Claus Gift OIYln Dlrth of Mai Gardner's Association Inc soon We are praying that they Church met at the church a won Albert a daughter. Mrs.
Jesus and Our Common Donds. -|li be our guest at the 11 a.m. hare a safe trip home Monday. Dec, 12 at 8 p m. Almenus C Dean, two brothers

At the regular 11 a.m. service Trice. The me.tlnr was the ReT Robert W. Sonen will In keeping br 11,... Prance Palmer thepresident Rrooklyn two sinters Mrs (larHe .
preach on the topic. 'Don't De cur pastor will with the occasion I,..... ... __. V ttayland. the chap Johnson and Mrs ftosa Wale
use his
as tare
Afraid of Christmas." The Meaning of sermon', Uln. led the group In prayer A of Ttrooklrn four grand
"holts a Garden. FOR RENT Bible terse was said by each children fire great Brands.
number 1 and 2 will
Members and friends of the sing I
Mntly and will furnish member The openlne hymn was The Allen Funeral Home
church hare been Inrlted to a appro.prlat@ was
CHOICE "What Fried We Hare t In
carol sing on Tuesday. Dec. 20. music for this occasion I.BEDROOM Jesus" a In charge.

1:15: pm at the parsonage 6133 CORNER APARTMENTS
evening worship will begin After bu-ln"1II was transacted
Riviera Drlre. Coral Gables. oromptly at 7 p.m. and the usual In Finest Building the meetlnc was adjourned to
order of service will b* followed meet Monday nlRht. I>foto. 1' at

SPIRITUAL BAPTIST Member are urged to be preset ADULTS ONLY the church Members are a ked Men and Women

10250 S.W. 171 Street to meet and greet our rlil. I to be present

Rev, Ernest Hutchesno Sr., pastor ton and extend them a 5815 N.W. 12th Ave. Train for Civil
hand of welcome.FRIENDSHIP frl.ndl'l. Happy Illrthday greeting t*
On Sunday morning we will be I SEE CARETAKER APT. NO. 7 My brother James Van Dyke Service PositionsGRAMMAR
pleased to hare as our speaker who celebrated another natal 1
the Rer Lewis Plnder pastor of M. BAPTIST day Dee. It. SCHOOL

St. Stephen Baptist Church at Rer. W. E. Sims, pastor EDUCATIONSUFFICIENT
Hatetiet Da,. Eleuthera. Daha SU Ruby Lee Carr reporter Miss Von Reel of Nassau Is t In

mas.The Sunday School ...,?,,.?__ 1:30 the city to spend the holldav* SEND
pastor will preach at the Morning worship ___.. 11:00 SEE THE with her mother and family Mr NAME ADDRESS

night Ie"It'f'. Evening service _._,,?......?.., 7:00 WORLD'SGREAT and Mrs. William Johnson. N o. PHONE NUMBER
SPIRITUAL 3 Hutchlnson Lane.
P.O. Box 4712
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Our services were very high 1 In
-MHt last Sunday as our pastor LEADERND John Rand Is a patient f InMnnroe Miami 1. Florid 1"4'
Mrs. Ethel Holmes of South tlrerd the morning and eves \ PHYCHIC READER General Hospital
Miami wife of Prof Maurice InK messages. Our membership 1 Is
Holmes of the University of Ml. growing nicely through the help BISHOP Out of town re'atlrea attend
ami. will lead the regular die! of God. HUNTERIf !In* the funeral of Albert: Curry
cti.-lon at the Daha'l Center 137 Pr were James Curry, brother Drive Careful!
NW 11th are. S p.m. Sunday. On Sunday. IVe. 18 the Fast yew are skit er wecHed..--
IVc. 18 Her subject will be "The m Star and Masons will hare fall .. eee sue .....y. OffUe fcevre+
Succession of Rerelatlons. their turnout here Our pastor 4y\\ 1 .....*.. .. f ...... Tfcuretfay I

Everyone Is cordially invited to will deliver the sermon at :3 p.m. 1 aim .. t pjn. Sunday 11 .... IA KLEY'S CUT-RATE STORE
Registration te t
attend. Phone Miss Solomon, of all members on I -M-
Dec 4 Is still going on.
secretary. FRanklln
further Information 1.5420. for The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome


1171 N. W. Kith Terrace CLOCK REPAIRS ., finest products at Cut Rate Price

Andrews' 1417 tW '- -------
Jewelers 17 6C
Fred Williams, reporter < "
Sunday School . . fJO 303 N.W. 2nd Ave wirrHOLLYWOOD :&.. Tee Seta ..* upnut"1IUWI Polls ft.Oft ap
Morning worship . 11:00 All work Osrda Ac op8r4rcted 11.1dece Star Set ".D" epRA.

DTU . . . . 1:10 guaranteed0 -LA. Fruit ("aIL.. 1.00 apttirltntA
/ Va.,. In Buslneea' board randleeIJU
On this Sunday morning the FR 1-0152 op Tree
render the music for the morn. II oa Jar SOc: %ff M M... M K AM .4 f s m
Ing. Each one Is welcome: to at
I Ie'I I
church There will be a sale at the DR. YALES S. LUNIN CLINICHours
on Saturday. t>f'e. 17. T
Please come out and enjoy'
J'ourMIt. -
Our speaker for the morn 10 a.m. 1 p.m. I |

ing worship will be nf'''. T. Evenings 5 p.m. 8 p.m. -Closed Tuesday I
Rolle. associate minister of the

church aiM Kev. T. Taylor Take but No. 14
evening speaker.TRIUMPH. Central Life Insurance Co.

2237 N.W. 62nd St. OX 1.1801


Sister, C "..Klnn.,. reporter I 1

TW flnhool Erenlng dtr of*Serrtre Wisdom Friday 10:00.11:00:00 Phone OXford 1-0544 Hour f t. 1-1 te 7 New Family Group PlanFather

TPE Hand (.30 DR ALMOND C. EDWARDS Mother, Children-All Under On. Premium

NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. Newborns Automatically Insured at Birth
Her. C J Burner, pastor
Sis. ClntHfo! Wilson reporter ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OP HIS OPPICIEYES Very Economical Family Protection in
Sunday School ...,,.,..._......_._ Q30 Any
Morning Service ._._._..__ n-ofl EXAMINED From
Evening Services .... ........ 733 I CONTACT

the We are thankful to God for I 6823 N.W. 15th Avenue Miami! LINIII'' $2,000.00 to $50,000.00
many btenslnrs that He Is :
showing on us and for the mem. Th.
Company Also Offers Other
ben who are coming In We Attractive And
were blessed: to hare six to con. I "H- ,_ I Modem Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs
fleet themte'res to the
Sunday.possible.Let With God all things are RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE !
us continue In t Rectal Diseases Varicose Veina
prayer for 4 Consult Our District
our sick. To all of our rlsltors Effective. Dalnlesa.. non-eurplcal. office I Offices or Th. Home Office
treatments at low .
e t- '
and friends you are welcome at no lots time 1416 N. Boulevard
New Prorldence. er Income. Avoid surgery and hospltalkatton. Why I' Tampa, Fla.

wear truss? Why suffer, delay' and get ..,*.,


SS4O N.W. ISth Av*. Special. medication, treatments diets for arthritis, neuritis ul> 176 N.W. 14th St. WEST
Her C W Scott parlor I con blood pressure sinus, anemia, lost MIAMI PALM BEACH
vigor, chronic dli.....
Des. Ear} Golden clerk of men and women. 602 N. Rosemary Ar. ..

Sunday SchoolUnrnlng .....w..w-.. B3C FT. LAUDERDALE I
Worship II. .... W. JI-nt DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General Health' Service 700 FORT PIERCE
BTU _. 5' G 1S43 8.W. 1st 8L, FR 3-2741 e REDUCING 2nd St. 304( N. Eighth St.
EvTine| Worship 7.n"
Praper me*tin* Tuesday 8.-00 .-- I .
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I Looking the Sports During the regular PTA matins I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, I960 PAGE 15

; In tbe Prank C. Martin auditorium
on Nor. 7. Troop 73 of
Richmond Heights held lit first
investiture service for Second 1
World Ouer By LEO AAMBRISTER Class Scouts The candlelight Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE

ceremony vas both solemn and
beautiful embracing all of the ALSO CONTRACT

TO ItKW.MK CIlACIOrS HOHTMlamlans Inc. It was presided over by T. Licensed and Insured
Ronald Harris and the candle
are to be complimented A very significant part of a were lit by T. Isaac Hargrore Color Mixed Fret Pros Estimation and Consultation

on the most gracious football game Is played by the Scoutmaster Herbert Ammons Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St.
part they played as hosts to the band and It can be truly said presented the boys their new
Orange Blossom Classic extrava. that the bands of both PAMU badges. Time payment plan .iJ.ble-Phone PL 9-3231

gania. Thousands of gratifying and Langs ton played their part.
comments .@nh.ard from We are accustomed and proud of The six hardworking scouts to
guests who treked from near and our own PAMU aggregation, and reach thla goal were Columbus
far to be on hand to see this big are not hesitant to say there Is Urown. Clarence Brown Yerbjr
fOtlt of octal. and athletic event none better but we must take Webb Michael Crawford Samuel
of the season. We are happy that hats off to the Lagston unit McComb and Ishmael Williams.
we were able to so favorably Impress which gave as a new concept of Gary Brown reporter $800 CashFor
our many visitors and marching precision, and has potentials
friends and by so doing bear I of ringing with the best

out the facts that our neck of the of them. I IiOl. I 131 D McIntosh 1JH: C your lot in Engleraton, Nassau, N.P.

woods the is nation.really one of the best < ..' KXTIirsiASTH KAGKIl; : I I WrUht 12C D Bllllngsley 122;
I Write tot
ttW ACTION' I G.Everett 121 J Hawkins 121.
.. -
n.\ : WIt.UCI
It I* encouraging to see the UNITY LIFE INSURANCE CO. Ltd.
LA\(;STOS I.IOXf 4o.::e II I ,
I stimulated: Interest now being
The Rattlers uncoiled early to displayed by our local golf en } Box 698 Nassau BahamasFISHRAY
strike at the La nr si on Lions thuslaita This could very well
not four minute of the first I be because of the approaching
quarter had .laped after FAMU seanon and tb. annual visit of
received the kick off when they I a'1 the top flight golfers to these

were boasting a *-0 score. To parts. p IIIII1 lllt ..' f 11111.
further augment their scoring I Sometime ago. Yours Truly
habits left end Jlmmle Miller was jerked out of his slumber
qu'ckly! deflected the line of' concerning Miami's dormant at
pint point passing that was to I tltude toward golfing This tea. I
later make over forty thousand illation for the need of a good
pair of eve* follow the antics I functioning golf club of vocal I
nf the. brilliant quarter back of extract led to the formation of FUNDING
the LkHM. Donald Smith. the Par and Birdie Club of M h. I IamI.
This organliatlon. howevr?
Xftller's Interception was the never got from the first tee and And HisCALYPSO

signal for Miami's own Emory thus we are still without a It- Thi Dreyfus Fund h I mutual tomtment -
Collier to take over and he did so ..table. golf group; recently
masterfully, throwing a 35 yard I've been ('CDtattf'dlib propo. I fund 'II which the man-
hit U .*" after blng clob"red for sals for go'fer to get togetherand i U make
a lens of 11 yards; pulling tb..m. have real golfing activities, aliment hopit
.etve" out of this hole, the Rat. the Idea sounds as good to me money grow and takes what
t.ers went through the Lions line a. before, but let us do something
fangs bristling for the second T instead of merely talk It considers sensible

f) within 10 minute Richard All: Interested golfers may that drecticn.f. .
sHTs HIM to Wilson being good call OX 0421 leaving name
for 2 points and a score 14.0 for and address, or how to be con. .. ..CM**.t WMf MOR Returned to Studio II
the Rattler tasted YfU$ INYISTIOT PROGRAM
M ... M.K ..et..W.tn.M.n .
.'.\.1.' determined to keep their UOWUXU.nn.H: M,... swr 111 rt 1.....

Smith with his ,
pass.e4 the nwh which always I
and forced the Lions to kick accom.panlee h.......
an Orange Blotsom Clas. I
To'lier.pje Immedlate.y of artistry; took completed to the sic. had Its usual competitionlast J. D. Mayor & Co. I

air and a third touchdown Thursday night. The team STARTS FRIDAY
miss. landings are: WI 5.2225 or WI 74458 I
Ing the IMM conversion for the 2 I Sir John P. O. IU 41 1'1..." ItramliMUrnl.

this points beifMt h+itpe anticipated*lng l a 200 score. 2 Rattlers II.. DECEMBER 23RD
3 Roberts Drug Store
that' e e
tin Lion were no match for
,... Haulers.Thi 4 Olympics Clifford R. Matthews Sr.
5 Liberty Bar
defamation of character.howrvri' C American PurnHure and TV NE 4.3045 .
? Our Food Storefi' 1fM"aJ Ittgl.terrdItrl.rr.ratai
was too much for thel.1en.
to aerept and leaning on ,, She4tan Bulck h. DANCE THE LIMBO CHA CHA CHA CALYPSO
9 Ceetfs Radio and TV
the HroAC.sure arm of theiriuartef .. ....wp .
10 Hot .td.ad. w
.< ** ...t.r.,........
4:. 14. ad 9 yards, they showedthe one gamescore
fir* stgn of belligerence Cyril Miler: 242; Garry .
r1.M..s M..aMus ter rid sutra
Even to the minute' detail of a James Miller 231; Jame Terry t, ,....k"'T" 1 T J L I U .1f.. FryIII
fake extra point attempt andmtdt 22S
IhrH..... ..
High Individual r. tort
passing for 2 points. theywere
scoreCyril: Miller ill; M a r y
df'l4H..tf1-4114 to sow therewas
s4N* .....all left In them James C01.; Thomas Weir 51 l

Mtwt*y. making the score 20.1 Women's League Is bowl.
The ,
tr a wa.i ---- HOLLY GOLLY60UNCERAMA
for PAMU.KAMI' .
lag .10 down as a result the
are going up The ma
to be' convinced' averages
JorUy is averaging tOO and up Don't Fret Fi ht'
they were to be courteous host i
the 120 and up group
these are
o the rrttl.rell 'intercepted ano
F Morgan US \ W lams i Join The NAACP
tfcer of SmHh's passes deep In
J Tookoi
O Slater! t31
th.4r terHtory and turned theo
5410.4 > Hack Ktehardsoa... who piloted
them over the foa: line for ano
thr. to ei 8.D. score reading .

The remainder of the quarter
was spent with quarterbacks Opening
Smith and CoiNer of both teams
I slantingly. warming up their DISCOUNTS TO

t.....<< arm*; be cause several Friday Dec. 16
; long pares were thrown and CHURCHES & GROUP ORDERSWe ,
! each t4la1 had a couple of Inter.etk .
? )*. which halted. tbe scoring IN PERSONBUTTERBALL
until the Ant half
selection long and ahort t
carry the largest on ;
Tw third quarter found
MUmL Our repressntatires will i I
PA Ml' tags: <:< Use :oz; way sleeve uniform
home via the round route, how. ationa. of WMBM Radio Fame
ever getting there on time with come to your church-No obllf

a touchdown after ten minutes 7i30-10 P.M.
of grinding off yardage with the --.
score 34 8. Thla was shaping up I
to the skeptics expectations; bat :
Langtton. who seemingly were FREE Jumpsthru
only accustoming themselves. to Robins Uniform Center
the trance locale came alive
and Smith, who pretentiously Dec. 21
got an Inspiration charge threw
over the not>:e heads of the Rat 5900 Sunset Drive
tiers to the tune of 34.2. .
South Miami-MO 64501
The Rattlers, however did as
they have done so many times In Open Monday thru Friday, 3.11 p.m.
the pas, muelered the foil re. 1719 N.W. 10th AvenueOpp.

the sovrees seore.f Mt their of power reach and of pat the Jackson Hoap.-FR 4.1108 Saturday, Sunday & School Holidays 11 a.m.11 p..m

Lt... with a flea l touchdown
drive; tftm seeding the 42.010 2204 Collins Avenue
thrill.filled fan* awav from the N. W. 62ni St. of 11th Av.r .
Orange Blowom Classic for an Miami Bench-JE 8-7272

tester )'Mr.84 great expectatU .
.,;s of another great perfor- i

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MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA elety annual Christmas Ball la ........
I Dee 21 at I p.m.. Northwesternmosle
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1960 I hall Alpha Phi Alpha FRanklin 4-3239
fraternity will take their Teen.
age Holiday Formal Into Dade DR. JAMES R. LJNDSEY
County Armory Tnea. Dee. 2T at PODIATRIST
1:20 p.m.
w Foot and Lea Disorders

RE55 children Little Stanley of )fro: and and Mrs.Cathy Crispin Fife, 1 ...... to 2 ,..,..- 4 f..", to I ,.1ft.

Fife of 149CO Buchanan Street 712 N.W. 3rd Avenu. Miami, Flau
In Richmond Heights were
among the several persons who I .
i greeted and shook hands with -
for LeRoy Collins on Saturday

FINDER! DXNO afternoon try C'ub at at the Miami Diplomat Beach Coun.The WE BUILD NO MONEY DOWNLot

occasion was the annual dinner
of the Antl.Defamatlon League. 10 :x 110 Gad for 2 tmitt-$1,230

. MATTER where you to the third parties of that popular nite- Stanley Is 10 and Cathy la CASH PAID FOR LOTS OR HOUSES
hully-Kully. newest dance erase, I ryes efficient staff You may years old. Both are students at
hu mored In. Most, night spots say what you wish, but the moreI Martin School. Memorial Elementary BRAND NEWLorely 3-btdroom 2 bath and garage
feature every third dance number see and hear Sam and Dave
to thin popular dancing Prater at the King 0' Heart'sthe oak floor, tile roof, built-in electric kitchen
group. There's a lot of beauty to more I like them. Their sty!.
the gu.ly: when It'. done right I ng and arrangements are timely
and movement are In time I The show has plenty of tai. Christian Science Society NW SEYMOUR BARONJE
Recent visitors hers over the past eat backed by that fine singingof )Miami holds Its services every
weekend lost no time In gathering Eloise Forman. She continues Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T. 8-1340 JE 2-4343
the steps. Dy now Florida to gain recognition as the year's Washington School. Testimonial
should b.run over with the finest In these parts. meetings are held once a month
bully personnel Alpha Kappa the. last Wednesday In each
Alpha Sorority's annual Breakfast TIIK XATfOX.Ui HONOR So. month at I p.m. Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off
dance at Christmas time IsDec. ... .
- - -
30. S to 12 at Holmes cafetorlum -

Dade County Jr. Col.
basketball schedule has 11
leg home games. Contact any studentat Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
college for their colorful
schedule the card. A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTYThis

McKenzie Moor., and.. hU ii.
Etta Hudson Moore. were reP.
married after a -.month separation H
The George Mlllert
have granted their daughter
Martha Ann and Longworth
Johnson nuptial blessings. It's
Jan. A Petite Mildred O'Neal
and Henry Gumming exchanged
vows yesterday. Dec IS. COn-
Brats Ann Stephens Is recuperatlnr -
nicely. Her daughter.
Wl'll Mae was down from
FA MIT for the weekend events
and to see mom.

EAt 13! R IISSON. the recent
addition to Charlie Anderson's
White Horse Barber Shop Is Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours
planning a rill birthday t'f'1 fib ration
Spencer I II home. Her New York
star granted her a certificate asa MOVE RIGHT IN-
:laboratory tech The GoJohnsons

visit last and week son's was first very Miami much H Only $695 Down

lmpre.slv.>. He's postal super.
visor In Atlsnta's P.O. system .
That Fashion Show JesMe SmithIs SEE 1541 N.W. 154TH STREET

In In Nassau producing for I
merle Ferrnnnn. continental and'' BEDROOM NEW CBS-$85.00 MONTHLY
beebop sports wear will be the
starting of a string of fashion r ,
and what not In these parts.It.11'M .
Only $595 Down Only $595 DownMo..e t $595 Down

: ItrilNH.!' rrprrrnllUrfor bedroom IVt baths. Front
Lena Home Products In these right in. No closing coat
screened porch, rear jalousied
parts seeking personnel to distribute Very cute, clean, bedroom : Lovely bedroom home. City I
porch all fenced yard.
cosmetics In all local area home stove and I
patio, carport,
in and out.
water newly painted
. OeraldlneKinK., bowler of the See 1965 N.W. 53rd St. refrigerator. One mortgage. $20 : ,
week. She bowled 12$ along with week. 7753 N.W. 15th Ave. : One mortgage only, no closing
Jerry Fussel.'a 117. Barbara ....... I
Cambridge nlec of George 4 : coata. $78 month See 1739 N.W.

Cambrldre (a Key Wester and Only $795 Down : 59th SLCullom
Flora Flo Summers at Club Ml I. 5 bedrooms, 2 batha. Furnished

1 2-rwdroom CBS home. Move home, also has 2 kitchen with
I riht in. WitH stove? end r.friser- stoves and refrigeratora. Good

ator. sorinkler srstem. all fenced for large family, two families or
back yard. No closing cost a. rental income. built home. Beautiful!
One mortgage SEE 7800 N.W. 15th AVE. 3-bedroom, 2 baths, 2-car carport .
See 1270 N.W. 51st St. large Florida room. Corner
Only $995 Down

i _JI. A-- 80x100. Must aee.
Brand new 2-bedroom CBS,
hardwood floors built in oven $695 DownFor 6090 N.W. 9th Ave.

and range, custom built. See

3181 3185 Hibiscus St., Coco this nice, clean 2-bedroom wmw

nut Grove CBS home, tile roof, carport,

jalousied porch. No closing DUPLEX
$1,495 Down coata. Only one mortgage. Open

Sunday 1-6 p.m. See 1850 N.W.
I 53rd St. 5200 N.W. 10th Ave.
$995 Down

bedroom CBS home with sun $1,495 Down

you t.H m.who's going porch and sleeping; porch. Onlyone RENTAL

to win the Downs third at Churchill mortgage No closing costs. Lovely efficiency apt. Separate Large corner, 2 separate carports .

Large lot, hardwood floors. house, furnished. city water, buses, shop.
It's a pleasure to roll a strike on
topflight alley. Our AIM sane, See 1371 N.W. 52nd St. See 790 N.W. 60th St. ing, terrific purchase! Call usjTHE !
tiomxj equipment la the best
UruiuiMfck baa to offer. We .'110 .
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have plenty of tree parking space

i igas FAIR I REALTY PL7-1645H

We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m including Sundays

Lilt your lots with UI for quick cash a.I. Belt prices paid