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: January 7, 1961
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: UF00028321:00248

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-- -- CITY COURTIS and members of the council Of

I transporting without a city passengers license by for oper.hire

Weaver'sAppointment Gov't HighestThe REVERSEDThe atlng a car-pool in the for boycott.the participants They

21 Negroes convicted on were fined $11,000.
historic appointment of place the housing agency into a primarily important because Dr. charges of operating an illegal
Robert, C. Weaver to head the new department of cabinet rank Weave? I if a gifted and experienced car pool during the 1966 Tal The carpool had not violated!
rousing and Home Finance the Times stated: man in this field. His book, the city ordinance, Judge Taylor
agency by President-elect JohnF. "If Mr. Kennedy's plan for a 'The Negro Ghetto," published lahassee bus boycott, have been ruled. He explained that the or-
Kennedy Saturday has won Department of Urban Affairs is 12 yea"s ago, showed that he exonerated by Circuit Judge dinance required a license for
nationwide acclaim from both I carried, Dr. Weaver will have was already thinking wisely: and I Hugh Taylor. vehicles operated for hire as a
Negro, and white groups. and deserve ca'mlv' about of the
theprestige that goes one out :
Led the Inter Civic Council
One of the most significant with by business "That is, o& a meansof
Cabinet rank.
r'anding problems of housing. In the by
boycott was
tributes to Weaver and the Pres livelihood for act
The Times also pointed out or profit
this city Dr. Weaver is favorably Negroes demanding Fed 1 to ..
ident-elect came from the New. that "President-elect Kennedy's anticipated."
York Times in an editorial Sat. designation of Dr. Robert 0. known as vice chairman of the seating
urday. Recalling the fact that Weaver to be his Housing and Housing and Redevelopment City Judge John Rud ttorne E. Graves of Mi.Eiti .
Mr.' 'Kennedy has proposed to Home Finance Administrator IsI Board." convicted some of tb 1 resents the defendants.
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I "Mrs.Secretary"Dade County Dope"" Peddler 'Nab:bed with 3 Pounds I IA

dope peddler was pinched on ana to a buyer, said Eugene J.-
Marshall, federal agent.
Wednesday when narcotics undercover
agents found in his Pinder's. 1960 Nash was confiscated If
Patterson Wins Fighterof possession marijuana. three' pounds of $26,000 and bond he was jailed under !

Eugene T Pinder, 33, of 1232 Tho marijuana wholesales!! for
the Year AwardHeavyweight NW 1st place, was in the park $600, Marshal; paid "But a Rood
ing lot of the City Auditorium at pusher can roll 75 rlgarettoi I
from single ounce. This could
Dayfront Park minding his own a
arrested at have made 3,375 clijarets and
Patterson business. lie was
L. Patterson won a Champion unanimous Floyd de. I Listen in the yearly runner rankings up to 12:45 as he handed the marlju. they sell for a dollar each. ",'to

cUlon last Thursday as I960'*' 'Y.Teenage

"Fighter Doth the of National the Year.Boxing" As. Scientist is One of 'The

sociation and Ring Magazine
( awarded Patterson the "title" as
i rr they each re.eased: their new

ring ratings. Ten Young Women of the Year"Mademoiselle

4. Patterson had previously been
,i %_ :_. named winner of the Edward J.

Mrs. Et'nc.t Me Sands sccre.tarn Neil Memorial boxing plaque. 4 ,
at Oo'TfeoV, Carver High
School In Coconut drove, wall The NDA selected! Sugar Ray
crowned 'l\lrs. DCS" at the s c.refar'es Robinson as its "boxer of the
BM1 hid In the Fiesta month" for December. '
Room of the Mary Elizabeth Ho
tel. Mm. Bund graduated from' Ring Magazine cited Oulllo Rlnildl .
Lincoln Ilith School In (Gaine of Italy as the winner of
sub and FlorMn A and M Uni Its "progress award" and named
versify, Tallahassee. heavyweight contender Sonnj, \

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Three HoldupGunmen

I CaughtMetro r Ai

police this week captured I I Metro officer said. -Shots were 9R
three dangerous bandits one fired in etch case and a man was hasp,
x>f whom had shot a NortLweit'' shot in the shoulder and beatenat

section Albert grocer Clark.In 23,the of head.163% NW the furniture store _--_ _____u.- __ ____ .,

llth St., contcMtd after he was 'SWEET RICHARD'
arrested 'on New Year's Eve
and the trio was taken to city magazine's 1960 Merit Award winners honored for signal achievement

jail assault and charged with Intent with .to robberyand com. GOES TO COURT during the past year: ((1)) Patricia Bath, scientist; ((2) Lynn Seymour, dancer; ((3)) Jane

mil murder. Richard Dean "Sweet* Rich Powell Rosenthal, archaeologist; (4)) Elizabeth Seal,actress;((5))Wilma Rudolph, athlete;

Livingston Implicated/ (Winkle with )Clark Pinder.were 25, ard" In limbo court king1 on Tuesday.A "told. tbetruth" ((6)) Susan Greenburg, photographer; ((7)) Lee P' nt'ic"II. -"s'"' *'."i,,v ((11\ IMII: I Isles' ,

of 2S79 NW 60th It., and Hartman large silver: earring dsnnr. fashion designer; ((9) Elaine May, critic; ((10) Heien Jean hu&u*, tejetfuiuu! ,,iuuuccL,
(Country Llghtbourn, 80, ling from one ear, and garbed In '
of 1810 NW 3rd ave. leopard skin shirt and tie the NEW YORK Patricia Bath tricla Bath's field when she was Wilma Rudolph, who sprintedher
Clark named Llghtbourn ai Bahamian dancer appeared be. a Hunter College freshman, who chosen while still In high schoolto way through the 1960 Olympics
the one wbo shot Ben Hel'.man: fore Criminal Court Judge Gene has been absorbed in science participate in a summer scl. to become not only the first
on Dee. 30, said Lt. L. J. Van. William as a witness In a grand jrince chi'dbood! is the youngestof ence training' program at Harlem American woman ever to win
buskirk of Metro robbery squadIn larceny case. today's winners of a 1960 Hoipltal. There she studied three gold medals but the only
a holdup of Ben's Little Super Merit Award from Mademoiselle the effects of streptomycin residue track or field athlete of either
Market 4(11 NW 26th Ave He said that Eugene Barrstt, magazine she has just turned on bacteria. The results, In. In to earn that many in Rome.
a former employee of the Rock 18. Crippled until she was seven, she
Fifty-three-year-old Hellman ing MB Loung.., had given hima dicatlng. that cancer Is a general took up basketball to strengthenher f
down rather than local
attempted to run out of the diamond ring in exchange for For the 18th successive year tearing r legs and had become a high
store, but Llghtbourn pursuedand a *300 loan, but took the ring awards were presented to ten building-up process, were corre. school star before It was plain
with studies another
:fated by
shot him In the back of the back after repaying the loan. young women under 30, w b o that she was an incredibly
bead and through an ear lobe. The ring "was taken from the have already distinguished them. teen-ager, Arnold Lentnek and speedy runner. Now at Tennessee
Re Is still in serious condition In apartment of Mr. and Mrs. Fred selves: in their fields and are ex presented last fall to the Fifth A and I, planning to teach she
Jackson Memorial Hospital.The Barnes 2230 Part Ave. on Dee, ',peeled to achieve evcp, greater International' Congress of Nutri keeps up an interest In crippled
three also have been 9, said Miami Beach .Detective honors.. according to Betsy Talbot tion. Her work has opened up children. Her dignity poise and
Identified in the holdups of the \ Joseph Caputo. Barrett admittedthe BUekwell, 'Mademoiselle's new and potentially fruitful ave. fine sportsmanship have earned
American Furniture Co., and the theft, and will be sentenced editor.in.chlef. nuts to the understanding and her worldwide affection and re.
Central Park grocery store, they on Jan.' 19. Cancer research became Pa treatment of cancer. Ipeet.Negroes ,

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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA tttltlt ttttOl! >I reported
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Lester George. Munroe, 37, a invoked and some measure of Questions And ing? !
Jamaican welder, and Hazel clemency approved, a date for
Carey were charged with being execution will be set. Answers on the I
"in possession of Improperly Imported ; f
drug, to wit cannlbls saliva Nurse Birdie Tyler, 75, better Social SecurityQuestion expenses .
on Dec. 28. The Criminal known as "Mother Tyler," diedat in July.
Investigation Dept. seized an estimated the Princess Margaret Hos : My mother, who Was Will 1
retail value of $2,8000 pital on Dec. 17. Funeral ser drawing benefits on my father's will she
worth of what Is alleged to be vices were held at the Evangelistic social security account, died l last
marijuana that was in their pos Temple. She came to the week Can the person who paid her .
session. Doth are In custody Bahamas from the United States her burial bill get a death settle same
more than 30 years ago and men from social security? they
The $70,000 libel suit of Ran. made valuable contributions to Answer: Not If your' motherwas sum will
dol Fawkps vs. Cyril Stevenson, the civic and religious life of the drawing only on your fath :
editor of the Nassau Herald, has community er' record. At his death there ing my
had several days' hearing in the would be a lump-sum payment. I I years. I
Do I
Court. At this writingthe Question: Can a child who Is
end was not in sight and getting social security work and. II'i curlty
sUl> draw benefits? I I :
more witnesses were: being call- AGAINSTEVICTION either
'ed. Mr. Fawkes alleged that lie Answer: Possibly he works
OF he or the person who receives I you e<
libelled in article
was an appear.
over $$
Ing: in The Herald on Dec. 24, payment on his behalf must re. like
1958. NEGROESMemphis port if the earnings will go over
$1,200 for the year. However, he : tell
In separate deci might still get some payments. I you
Arlington Munroe was shot
accidentally Dec. 24 at Duncan sions, federal courts here and In Question: Do I have to prove ity law.
Town, Ragged Island: Detective Cincinnati have ruled that land. my age when I put In for social
owners In two West Tennessee security?
Inspector Maurice Smith and
counties could not use voting Answer: Yes, and the social
Detective Sgt. Paul R. Thomp.son .
rights as a reason to discharge security office will be glad to
who flew to the scene from
Negro help .
Nassau, reported that the accident sharecroppers.The you.Question
: I am waitress. Do
occurred early that day. Justice Department con.
tended that tho threatened evictions the tips I get from customers Job

Seventy. ne Haitians, men and of 700 Negroes in Fayetteand count as wakes and have to be I by

women, were rounded up Wed.nEcday Haywood counties were the ing
morning, Dec 21 as they result of Negro voter registration
waited at the door of the officeof drives. The landlord denied It, County landowners and then For
Ralph Roberts on East Bay St. claiming they no longer need the postponed a hearing on the
to buy tickets to po to Abaco In sharecroppers because their Fayette case, which Is almost
search of work. Taken to the farms are mechanized.The identical.
Magistrate's Court they were rulings mean the londlords
sent to prison for six months for will have to show that voting
1'legal entry.A rights have nothing to do with

35-piece band, drawn from their The discharging evictions were farm timed employees.for : Miami's Most

the senior classes In Board of Jan. 1.The j
Education schools in New Providence I I
first decision was handed ,
gave a public concert on down by the U. S. Court of Appeals .
the grounds of the Southern ,
Sixth Circuit, in Cincinnati.The .
Senior School on Dec. 16 I
three-judge court granted a1
George Moxey A. T. C. L., was
Justice Dept. plea for a temporary
the conductor and the affair was
injunction against 37 Hay. ,
well attended.
County landowners ill'I

Benjamin Memorial AME Based on that decision, District Completely furnished,
Judge Marion S, Boyd late
Church, the Rev E. E. Benjamin area beautifully
Friday signed temporary restraining ,
to the
pastor, was host
order In Memphis to
52nd session of the Bahamas An cious rooms. All ground
null Conference of the 11th prevent Fayette County land : .
from '
Episcopal District of the AME owners :
Church on Dec. 1718. Three "Intimidating threatening,
hundred American and Bahamian coercing their Negro share. Corner Apts. $ .
tenants for the
members were in attendance. cropper purpose
Bishop S. L. Greene and his wife of interfering with the right of .
and the 31-member Edward au h persons to vote." I Inside Apts. $20
Waters College: choir of Jackson Doyd's action was a reversal
of his previous stand. i ;,
yule were among the 200 per 00 Dec. 22 -
sons from the United States to he refused to enjoin the Haywood 2 Children
attend the confab
The two.day session!! was held I
nt the Royal Eagle Masonic JOIN --o-
Temple. The six churches In the
Bahamas! three in Nassau and QATODAY
three at E'euthera became
affiliated with the 11th Eplsco. FLORAL PARK

pal District last Mav. They were I
trict.formerly a part of the 16th Dis

2474 N.W. 58th Street
The objective of the confer
ence is to build a large central I
church In Nassau and to expandthe '
work of the denomination In
the Bahamas. .

Those appearing/ on the welcome
program Saturday were C. Men
and Women
II. Reeves representing the Ba \
hamas Brotherhood. : Rev.
ter Albury, Rev. Edwin wal-I Train for Civil
and Spurgeon Bethel, M. H.
Service Positions SPECIAL
Bll'y' Wayne Sees and Alvin
Table Jr., were convicted in the GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Supreme Court on Dec. 16 for EDUCATIONSUFFICIENT CHURCHES & '
the murder of Angus Boatwright t
at Elbow Cay, April 24. The SEND NAME, ADDRESS \
Chief Justice pronounced the PHONE NUMBER
sentence, which is mandatory.The carry the largest selection
P.O. Box 4712
case lasted three days.
The sentences will be reviewedby Miami 1, Florida Indf sleeve uniforms in Miami. Our

the Governor-ln-Councll,, and
come to your church-No obligati
unless the Royal Prerogative la .

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CITY HOSPITALFrom Hits $127,302 I 16 ADULT -Monday evenings. I\

W. Johnson (Hialeah) 1J. 1\
( City N. C. H., St. Louis) CENTERS TO
Dr. Roy DORBTS; Chief Anesthesiologist. Over 55,000 Dade Countalns Wednesday evenings.
Dr. Bosrps attended Mbre- have contributed $127,302 to the ST. PETENEGROES OFFER CLASSESThe Bethel AME Church (Hialeah)
house' Colleee in Atlanta, Ga., 1960 TB Christmas Seal Campaign -Wednesday evenings.
) Meharrv Medical College In this midweek (Wednesday I RIOT Dade County Public Orchard Villa. Monday, 'I
Nashville, Tenn. and took his In- Jan. 4)), according to Paul Barns Schools division of Adult Home Thursday evenings.J.
ternshlp at Homer G. Phillips Jr.. chairman 5f the 1960 county. St. Petersburg A two-hour Economics Education announces E. Scott Homes. Mondayl,
riot in which than 300 I
Hospital here In St. Louis. He wide Christmas Seal effort. I more courses offered for the third Thursday evenings. \\
then took his Residency' at the Negroes hurled rocks and bottlesat quarter, beginning Jan. 3 in Beginning Liberty Square Project-Wed \
University of Illinois Researchand Thirty thousand five hundred a score of police officers was and Advanced Clothing i nesday, Thursday evenings. j
Education Hospital, Chicago. reminders went in the mall last set off here with the arrest a Ne. 'Construction, Tailoring Se'ectlon : .J
weekend to that many Dade gro couple on a disorderly conduct and Care of Clothes for the In addition, the Northwestern
Upon completion of his Residency Countlans who have not yet re charge. Family and Home Decoration. Senior High School Center offers
he attended Hammersmith sponded Police arrested 14 men and 12
to their Tuberculosis The location of classes throughout courses days and evenings Mon
College, London, England, for Christmas Seal appeal letter. : were sentenced to terms ranging the county which will be day through Thursday.
post-graduate work. Dr. Boggs Is from 10 to 40 days as a result of
also a Certified Diplomate, Christmas Seal contributions' the fracas in which many of the taught evenings include: Registration will be acceptedat
Brownsville: Jr. HI eh Monday -
American Board of Anesthesiology received through March 31, 1961 police officers suffered bruises all centers. The fee for each
and a Fellow of the American apply on the 1960 campaign. I and torn uniforms."Cinderfella". Thursday evenings. course Is $2.00 which Is payable
College: of Anesthesiologists. Dorsev Jr. High Tuesday.. upon entrance. For further in.
i I In the meantime, Dr. T. E. Wednesday evenings. formation call PL 45491.
Dr. Dopes has been employedat Cato, director of the Dade Health At, Dook'er Tuesday I I
T. Washington
City Hospital for two and a Dept., reported that 268 cases ofT Ritz
Sunday Wednesday Thursday even
half :vears and in that time has were ;detected In Dade County S LOW COST VITAMINS
successfully organized Wherever Anna Maria Alber. ings.North
an approved during 1960. These patients Dade Monday, Tuesday e RUPTURE SUPPORTS
Anesthesia Residency Pro. receive treatment In one of For; Rhetti went on the set of "Cln'der e FOOT APPLIANCES
Wednesday, Thursday even
gram. ida's three Fella, the star was
TD hospitals at Lan accompanied e MEDICATED COSMETICS
tana, and by bodyguards. For her ings.Mays '
Tampa Tallahassee.The IMPORTED HERB TEAS
He is a congenial person to role of the beautiful Princess opposite High (Goulds Tues CATALOGUE 2'
work with and Is extremely easy local TB mobile X.ray Jerry Lewis the modern day evenings.
to get along with. He always unit too'r! 58,819 chest X-rays In version of the fairy tale starting R. R. Moton (Perrine) Monday SUPER POTENCY
tries to Improve the O. R. and I Dade during 1960, According to Sunday at the Capitol Theatre, evenings. TABLETS
Anesthesiology Department, andIs the Tuberculosis Association's Miss Alberhgettl had to wear Frank C Martin (Richmond :.
on call 24 hours a day If he Is! I yearend report. Year-round operating diamonds valued at more than Heights) Wednesday evenings 100 $4.95
needed. I YJ costs of the unit are paid $60,000. During the star1 lunch A. L. Lewis (Homestead Moore Health Equipment
from the proceeds of hour and after work the Jewels Monday evenings.
for entirely
J. R. E. Lee South 3440 S.W. 104th Ct.
with ( Miami
We salute Dr. Boggs a were locked ) -
the TB Christmas Seal Sale. away in the studio
carnation this month for the fine vault. Monday evenings. MIAMI 65, FLORIDA
job he is doing.He "CinderFella. Technicolor I O W. Carver (Coconut Grove) I It

Is a very active family man. I farce-wtth.mustc, also stars Ed ---
He devotes much time to his WHITE STUDENT Wynn, Judith Anderson, Henry: j!
three boys, and is affiliated with Silva, Robert Hutton and Count ,r.
the YMCA 'Indian Guides.' ThisIs Basle and his Band, featuring
a father-son organization ,' singer Joe Wlllams. r.i
sponsored !by the "Y" to bring
about closer family relationships.: Tallahassee Florida; :State- A University white studentat said 3 BANDITS GET i

His hobby Is the study of the here he had been advised that $250 AT HOTELA 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
Civil War, and he has many old refused: him permission to take a .
maps, books and other printed the State Board of Control had holdup early Saturday net.
material pertaining to this. sociology course at Florida A and ted three bandits $250 from the
His other Interests include M University here. cash drawer of the Cadillac Hotel THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE If
at Miami Beach.
tennis, reading, music and dramatic
John Jefferson Poland of For'
The three entered the hotel at t
arts. He Is avid theater
an Lauderdale said he advisedby
was 3:15 a.m. and demanded that
goer and tries to attend all the letter from Dr. J. Broward night clerk William Kinsbury
plays and musicals shown In St. Culpepper, executive director of open the safe Just then a guejstwalked .
Louis. I'
the Board of Control, that his from the elevator, Fresh Meat-Low Prices
Dr. Boggs is the son of Clarence application could not be considered screamed and leaped back inside.
Boggs ant 'Mrs. Evelyn because Poland was on proba. The bandits fled after scoop
Boggs Evans of Miami. tion at FSU. ing the contents of the drawer.



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Meeting at New TrhIitYPJ55j' h"

The College of Bishops of the
Christian Methodist Episcopal I .
Church will meet with the tritu .
Main Office at 8740 N.W. 16th Av mi6-Phor 6 OX 1.0421 Ity CME Church fan 10 afltl 1J.. '
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, FlorIda-Phone FR 8-2238 The opening B&sslbn will be rosREV.
Tuesday Morning at 10:00. Allof
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business ManagerH th@ Bishop's will assist In the
Service, Bishop W.
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor Communion
W Bell, Senior Bishop from
Member of the Associated Negro Press South Boston, Va. will preside.
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher Association There will be an afternoon and
an evening service and the pubic
HCntered> as Bernnd Class Matter, August 0, 1827, at the Post Office! 14 Invited to attend these! services -
nt !Miami l Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 On Tuesday night there
will be a gala banquet given in
SUBSCRIPTION RATES hohdr of ,the College of Bishopsand
ONE YEAR $4.50 SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTH $1.71 Charles Williams, principalof
-- B. T. Washington High School
"( ii1DU OF THE NEGRO PRESS" will be the master of ceremonies. Lwz
'''TUB NEGRO TRESS believes that America can be A lead' the world i Several well known personalities
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man I of Greater Miami will appear on .
regardless of race color or creed his human and legal righto. Hating the program.
no man. fearing no nmn-the Negro Press strives to help every man The entire roster of Bishops' _
in the firm belief that all men are hurt as Hong AS anyone is held will be here beginnlcf Sunday,
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bank officers and u--
Jan. 8. All general
many outstanding ministers and RT. REV E. P. MUIICHINSO.V T. W. WELLS I
If men be 4;*wA il, government' cannot be bad.-Penn laymen from throughout the U. S. Host Bishop Host Presiding Elder
will be present.

THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK The pastor and members of
Trinity are overjoyed in this Ma!
FLORIDA'S 34TH GOVERNOR tory making event, because this
Is the first time in CME Circles
Tuesday was inauguration day in Florida. At 11:16: that a Connectional meeting has er 'b +b ,Nth ?
.a.m. Governor LeRoy Collins, after six years of service, been held In the Sunshine State

turned over the reins of government to our new governor, The church Is located on the
Farris Bryant. corner of NW 6th ave at 4th at.

Governor Bryant's acceptance speech was listenedto ,The fifth district is host Episcopal .
and read by many with much interest. His administration District

will be 'watched with even more interest. r......4 Yr..r. ++ .... ; '
The governor is an experienced legislator and from ;SNi' t tIV d4a A, k w

what he says, should fill this high office with credit. ANfr

Governor Bryant has promised to preserve States .

Rights, to investigate the State Road Department,
to erase the blot of the payola scandals and to seek unity.
He does not plan to recognize the "Pork Chop" or the

"Lamp Chop Gang" in the Legislature.He .
wants Floridians to "contribute to a standard of $ \ ,

excellence in the administration never before achieved, S F \, _

a standard of morality that is not only above reproachbut T. H Q. U C H T
above suspicion. }
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It is no secret (that the governor is a segregationist, 1 .
:but we are not so concerned about that. We believe that TODAY ii'1"HOPI'
now that Gov. Bryant occupies the highest position in _

the state, he will at least do nothing progress made during the administration of his predecessor. ;
We look forward to a fair and just administrationfor Hope is good company at any time and tinder most circum.

all the people of Florida, regardless to race, color or stances. It is comforting and holds out certain promise which
creed. kindles small warm fires of expectation. However, we mightbe
nEVi WESLEY V. GEARY wise not to regularly hope for things which common sense
Host Pastor tells us are Impossibly beyond reach. Hope can lose Its lustre
GOVERNOR COLLINS SAYS GOODBYE when it is constantly placed In the position of attempting to

When Governor Collins held his last Cabinet meeting produce the Impos lble.
It is impossible) \ course, to completely erase the pain and
last week he was presented with a silver plate inscribed -
anguish of sudden bereavement reliance service that
on a
with the state seal as a tribute for his services
attends to all necessary details, is of great comfort. Such services
while being governor. .
r1 are available at HOUSE OF ALBERT 0042 NW lath
One of Gov. Collins' last acts was to appoint 20 new
Ave-"The Light That Never Falls." Phone'OX 17661.
Circuit Judges whose terms will expire in 1962.

In his farewell address on Tuesday he thanked Floridians _

for their support in his efforts while in office and n Wi .
wished success for Gov. Bryant. a Y \N 'f. --J
Gov. Collins has filled his office with credit, and has
been a governor; of all the people. On occasions when ra- w
cial matters. came before him he was frank and unbiased ; '., Central Life Insurance Co.

in spite of adverse! criticism.His .
idea of having interracial committees has borne IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR


On January 3, the governor left for Washington,
D. C. where he will serve as president of the Association New Family Group PlanFather
of National Broadcasters. The salary to this position i is I
Children-All Under One Premium
) Mother
$ annually
iuuuuy Lackand: AFB, Texas Air
Governor Collins carries with him best wishes from man 3-C Johnny L. Ethridge, New-horns Automatically Insured at Birth
thousands of Floridians. son of Mrs. Qussle L. Ethridgeof > AT NO I CREASE IN PREMIUM
540 NW 7th St., Apt. 52, Miami 't
has been assigned to a unit Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount
NEW METRO COMMISSIONERS of the Strategic Air Command at From
Lincoln AFB, Neb., for duty and
Metropolitan Miami's six training as an administrative
new took
clerk. lie completed basic train.
$2,000.00 to $50,000.00The
their oath of office on Tuesday. ing here.
Their first duty was to elect a chairman to succeed
Airman Ethrldge attended Company Also Offers Other Attractive And
Commissioner Ben McGahey who held that office for 17 Booker T.
months Commissioner Robert; Harverfield was elected Washington Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs

and Commissioner Alex Gordon, vice chairman. Others Airmen assigned directly to a
duty station from basic trainingat ," ..
taking office were .Tack Beckwith, Frank Pruitt, Harold Lackland will receive on-
Spaet, Winston Wynne, Charles Hall and James Allen. the-}ob training under highly- I Consult Our District Offices The Home Office
Under Metro's Charter the County Manager appointsthe qualified technical specialists f or.

sheriff. Manager O. W. Campbell appointed Thomas Airmen are on selected the basis for these of their assignments 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.

Kelly, present sheriff, to continue in that office at a salaryof interests, aptitudes, and the ,
$16,000. needs of the Air Force ; OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST

176 N.W. 14th St WEST PALM BEACH

NEW BOARD CHAIRMANMrs. Begining January 22 MIAMI 602 N. Rosemary Avo.

Jane Roberts, former vice president of the Dade FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE
County School Board was elected as president of the THE FAMILY FORUM 700 N.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighth StII
Board at Tuesday's meeting Mrs. Roberts succeeds Dr.

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MR"KENNEDY AIRS VIEWS by 5, Duke won, by 1}.,Utah over ", S1 i
ON, NATION'S PHYSICAL New Mexico by .3,..Utah. won jby R &
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In an article, edited for .one' of ::: :;;:;
the country's moat popular The climax to a great football
sports magazines, "Sports Illustrated
season in Miami comes Saturday, .
," President-elect John F. January 7 when the pro runner.
Kennedy, showed his great versatility $12.95POP
up 'bowl game will be', played at
and the keen Interest he the Orange Bowl. ,, This first
has in all phases of his eoun.try' .. game to match the runner-up
welfare. teams of the professional ranks,

This article, the Cleveland Drowns 'and De ,,-r.
captioned, "The troit Lions should prove Interesting -{{
Soft American", as there will be a good opportunity E
Is what the new to see what calibre of "I'll be late, dear, I'm sitting up.
president feelsis football Just missed. being cham with a friend who's
the standardof pions. homesick!!"
physical fitness SPEED COURSE A NOVELTY
of today's t Every item this week is priced to
athlete on his N Golfers who frequent the Miami go. Try us for unbeatable: quality V Vvalues.
self-styled New! Springs Course found that M
Frontier.: 1 something new has been addedto
M .... the already difficult terrainso
Fi:: ...". ,
\; e v -.a.points y-----
LEO ,as keep it in pace'with the
out that jet age, a new 'speed course,
there has been a general decline
whjch: needs
a navigator, not a
in the physical fitness that of all caddy, to get around on it. It la M &KFRE5K
Americans and states a
designed for playing 18 holes of
healthy body is necessary to con. golf in half the normal time It POP rJAZZ SPIRITUAL ROCK FISH PAltV
tain a healthy mind. really works; but to far of those

Ills proposals are that a White who have given their opinion, I HIT RECORDS' (Special this week) 69c
the majority likes the
House Committee be established long way
home. ,
and Fitness this committee
In Health ;
to be directed under varlous .. STANDING OF" EXCELSIOR 1112 NW 3rd Avenue FR
departments of Health, Education HOWLING LEAGUE 3-22361
and Welfare working In It '
; Advertise
coordlation with all states -..-......................................-.-........................- Fays'I I
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the committee will make' an. W L Av. .. ? /
nual reports cumulated from re Sir John Hotel 30 12 824
search reports on health and 'l Wilson Rental 30 12 774
welfare, thus making federal aid Fenderson Olympics 28 14 732 : !! Pltl'43
available to the needs of the state Robert's Drugs 26 16 763 .'. .
for its physical fitness program. Liberty Bar 20 22. 726 I

'.Mr.In'Kennedy summoning stated up, his"All article of us:. Our Am.Sheehan Food Furn.Buick Store&: TV ,17 17 20 25 22624 26 689,621 ICtng IrariB (Club

must consider our own responelbllltles
Cecil's Radio & TV 13 29 647
for the physical vigorof
Shoppe IQ 32 669
our children and of the young THE NEWEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL IN MIAMI
men and women of our com I
munity. We do not want our ..
6000 N.W. 7th AVENUEFRI.
children to become a generation
of epectators. Rather, we want HOMES FOR SALE
*ach of them to be a participantin '
life." SAT. SUN. JAN. 6-7-8
the vigorous ,
Be, the
proud owner of this
GRANDEUR OF BOWL OAME8 large home 3 bedroom

FANTASTIC. : bath, Florida room. Well All Girls .ShoM
The stadiums that were a few landscaped lot. Fruit trees. !
days ago busting at the .seams Flexible terms to meet your
and as busy as a queen bee'aparty
are now desolate! and bare. budget. See what your dollar i

The hundreds of thousands of can buy when you deal Starring
spectators, committee, partici with .
pants who have been Instrumental ,
In. making these great spectacles ACTION REALTY
E. Lois Foreman & Clara
were the are mammoth now relieved success of they the Phone NOW, TU 7-1S36.

hustle and bustle for another
year; to them much praise tor This one won't last. Act
making a Happy New Year real. quickly. Out of state owner
ly happy for so many. Two BandsCONTINUOUS
says sell at once. 2-becfroom!

HOW WE' PICKED WHAT screened porch, furnished .
THEY DID completely. Large home.

As long as there are events of $950 down, $75 month. ENTERTAINMENT

evenly ,matched competitionthere This is the place, now is the
will be prognostication as time. Beat Homestead dead VV. C. BAKERFEATURING
to the outcome, and as long as (
there are prognosticates there line. HAPPY ROSE ON TRUMPET
will be predictions. Yours
Truly Is no exception to this Call Action Realty. Now
natural way of life. Last week TU 7.1536 LEROY LANG -
we stuck our pen out and predicted .
the outcome of the bow) Owner leaving town. Wants BERT WALLACE AT THE ORGAN
and the outcome, although
quick sale 3-bedroom
it does not make us '
per cent pleased with our abilityto bath furnished Move rightin. EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION

pick correctly we had a lot of FHA terms or make ..
fun, In conjunction with being offer. This won't last. Call at ,
able to enjoy some well played :. PHIL "Untouchable" HARRIS
football; four out six were all
we could master. We picked Mis.eouri once.ACTIO'N' .
over Navy by 8 points. REALTY Moore & Dave Prater
Missouri won by 7; Florida over ,Phone TU 7.1536 Sammy
Baylor by 14, Florida won by 2;
Mississippi over Rice by 14, Ole Admission $1.00
Miss won by 7; Minnesota over
won by 10; Arkansas over Duke

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MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA ways been enjoyed by club-going Marian Anderson ten were Queen Elizabeth U,
patrons and is being brought Miss Helen Keller, Mrs.
I PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1961 back by popular demand. Chlckie Again Listed Among Boothe Luce, Patricia Nixon and
will be the King 0' Hearts for
at "10 Most AdmiredWomen" Senator Margaret Chase Smith.
six weeks, and from there I send the
"f This was 12th time Eleanor .
"'"', him .to Nassau for 12 week
Roosevelt was the
-----------------------------------1, where "Her Highness" will ap first choice. The annual popular public's; ,
(ANP) -
am pear at Peanut Taylor's; Goombay WASHINGTON 'contest is judged
: ity
: Miss Marian Anderson, famous reporters
I =. Club. concert singer, was listed among assigned to Poll.make the survey. by
of the Gallup
BONDU the ten most admired women
By DAVE ,. Dobby PHIL HARRIS Marshall's is boiling statement over 1960. Miss Anderson was also The surveyers put this question

I 001a.. OOOO OOO voted the top ten in 1958. to a cross.section of the
- among
about his Eden Roclsh
American public: "What
WITH.. THIS BEING the beginning -% 0"i i aparmtent. Phil said, "I knew Along with this distinguishedsoloist have heard woman
j that you or
of a new year, I was sit I 1 that wench when he didn't havea were three "First Ladles about, living today In
and future. Mrs. any part
ting here wondering how our j "pot or a window." -past, present First of the world, do you admire
people will do for 1961. Here in Eleanor Roosevelt, past "
Miami, some Negroes try to pull BY NOW, everybody for miles THAT DOES IT for this week. Lady, ranked number one. Mrs. most*
around are aware that WMBM Is Mamie Eisenhopwer, present
one another down or back. Our Hope your New Year celebration
releasing all of their Sepia disc First Lady, made second place,
brethren and sisters should try was a "ball" and that your com.plete MIAMI TIMES ADS
to help each other. I've never Jockeys and replacing them with year will be as happy as while the future First Lady, Mrs.
heard so many wagging tonguesin ofay DJ's I don't know the rea you want it. Till next week Jacqueline Kennedy, was pshed DON'T COST THEY PAY

all my life. Gossip in this son for this, but I do know that Live Life, Every Golden Minute Jacqueline Kennedy, was pushed
town isn't only spread by women guys like Butterball, Hannah, of it. Peace! down to eighth place. CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY

but men as well even Hargrove, Pleze and the rest
won't be able to find another Job
i spread gossip. They are
in radio in South Florida for
; taught to spread gossip. They
1 hear their parents talk about loaded with personnel.
i somebody and the child takes it They may be able to use one or V a>s rL?
; to another child then that child two, but what will await the rest By PHIL OSSO '.ER
of the
j takes it home. At home, mother ..,
: and dad get it and the telephone are about 11 other sta.
wires begin to burn. tions which will hire a white DJ What? Chess without kind,
I but not a Negro. queens, bishops and knights?
I An old saying Is "Negroes get" I believe it Just might help It Yep in Russia, that isl! This
before God gets it.
the news you, the readers, send in post mark a great change in chess.
Every time you say to someone, cards to the owner, Bob Rouns- It's enough to make one pawn
awful how people spread
avllle his set.
asking them to keep the
gossip and lies" and they answer"ain't
station all
Negro and If
it the truth, I sho' am done? Well
not, at least keep some of the What have they
g'ad I don't spread gossip, boys, then you would put your they've changed the king into a
don't tell them anything e se because choice for the DJ that you would worker and the queen into a
they are the very ones
like most to see remain there. It ;woman scientist. The bishop is
that are most active in the Gossip I would act almost like a popular. now a relay runner. This is symbolic FREE DELIVERY DRUG

Department. Let's all try to ity poll. I do not know if this since the Reds have been
attend to our own business in : would to religion out of
I help, but maybe with ten trying run
1961. Don't what the other
worry or 15,000 cards sent in by their domain for years.
fellow is doing, because if
you spend that time trying to mind.Rounsaville There is will change his The knight has been changed HAROLD JOLLIVETTE, Manager
better yourslf, maybe you will an saying that into a prancing show horse.
get somewhere or have something ure."nothing" beats a trial but a fall Shades of King Arthur! Maybethe I- iiL-

yourself for 1962. i Commies figure this is no
The station went "all Negro"Jan. day for knights.

I NOW WITH the holidays over 15, 1953 with Jockey Jack, 6-months' auto liability insuranceFor
Ed Cook, June McRae is to
I presume the next step
and should be getting
back everyone to normal, we'll continueour The Bronze Voice and Mr. and shuffle the card deck The king only $16.60 Down At

unofficial mayor poll. Our Mrs. Swing. We had the swing will still be "K", representingMr.
ingest station in all Florida. We Khrushchev himself. The
present mayor, Charles Hadley, SERVICE FIRST
who has held the post for two I opened the doors in radio so that queen will undoubtedly be liquidated INSURANCE AGENCY
other Negroes could have Jobs. and the Jack, with a beard
years is running tor his third 3497 NW. 7th Ave.
Since that time quite few Negroes He NE 5-6355
term. At present no one has placed a added, will represent Castro. (
another nomination, yet went in radio and worked appears to be making a jackass And 16300 N.W. 27th Ave. NA 4-6612

sending in cards with for practically nothing, whereas out of himself.) IF YOU CAN QUALIFYNo
people are
If he had been white, he would
votes for Mr. Hadley. He has 32 have had a starting salary of I All the cards will be red. The appointent
vote lead and this Election by less diamond will be replaced by the necessary
no than $100 a week. Ne Both offices
Post Card is quite young. The groes receive about one-half that I hammer and sickle, and the deck open Mon. thru Sat 0 a.m. to B p.m.

poll ends February 15, end the and some took as low as $36 a like the Commie regime, will be
winner is announced Feb. 27. week because they wanted to ben heart-less. The heart will be replaced .

Send all votes and nominationsto *! radio. A Negro is doing goodrhen by the Red star. Clubs

me care Mayor Poll, 6740 NW he receives $126 weekly, and spades will stay, to symbolize
15th ave., Miami Times. the tools with which they
t out a white DJ can go as high as
$250-300 a week. Even tho we hope to beat and bury us capitalistic .
PRETTY GIRL of the Week: have two stations to listen to Imperialists.

Roberta Clemons (Midway Drug that play blues rock 'n' roll
Store, 62nd and 22nd ave.) gressive Jazz, ,spirituals pro With this deck they will play
for the highest stakes the
Doy of the Week: Johnny
Pretty going to be a lot worse with
LaMello, owner of King of only: one station to listen to for world itself I II

Hearts Man About Town these programs. Now is the time I
Sonny Armbrister, Nat and Son- to help someone and benefit by

ny's Barber Shop Policemenof It yourself. Send a post card to Attention All Vets aM
the Week: Shellman, Wilson, WMBM, McArthur Causeway

Brooks, Duty and Trimble Miami Beach Just think that if The American Legion, William
Teacher of the Week: Mrs. Ira each one of us send one card Henry Bethel Post No. 281is

P. Davis Public Servant of NOW by January 14 there should urging all veterans to Join us''
the Week: Louise Walker be at' least 25,000 cards in. in Richmond Heights and let's

Bob's Restaurant, 18th ave. and Please stand up and act like make this a strong community.

68th terr. citizens with pride and let We are still working and having

WMBM, know at we want our our Saturday night affairs eitherin
DAVE MARKS, Miami's Idea station to remain Negro staffed, the Center or at the home ofa
: Man, is back at the home front or at l least that we care whetherour Legionnaire. Also we are ask.

I -the Home Front being the. boys are thrown out of jobs ing each and everyone to come
NAACP on 3rd ave. Dave is planning that will not be replaced becauof out to our tournament which
I a Nile of Stars, and is hoping the lack of Negro staffed stations. will be each Friday night at 8:00at

j to pull} off the biggest show Come to think of It, if the home of Joseph Steward,

yet: If he is given some cooperation they".only keep a few of the fellows post commander, 14660 Fllmore
by the NAACP wheels, he'llmake St.
like Butterball, it would be
some money for them. the first Integrated station on
For further information
Dave plans to get on the show Miami Beach. Send your cards in tact Joseph Stewart Edward con yregght uuot wpply" yas SHAVINO d YDEA" 0.

for this year Sammy Davis Jr., now. Even If you don't listen to Hanna Jr., or Murray James Jr., SCNOn fMM* HACK TLUI mm 1' 0. box 3467.F2 Savennsh. Ga
Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, the station, it is a matter of chairman of publicity; INDF
j Peter Lawford, Cookie Byrnes, i principle to fight for what benefits .

Damita Jo, Billy Daniels, Lena our community.

Horne, Mahalia Jackson, Count
Basle and his band and some CHICKIK HORNK will returnto
other big stars. I hope this comes Miami comes Feb. 3 at the i GREYHOUND RACING

off, and it will come off if offl. King 0' Hearts. Chickle, more .
clals will permit a man to do a commonly known as "Madam

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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JANUARY) 7, 1961 The Fine Arts Conservatory
will resume Its classes this week, .
Jan 5 for woodwinds and Jan. 7 Y"

for piano, ballet: violin and art '. .
Ask Generous March qf Dimes Support students. New students are welcome ;' .RIll's .110911aAtOt. .
to register on Thursday, '
Jan. 5 at 4:30: p.m. or Jan. .7 at OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. &;; 691b'St.t .
10 a.m. Start the New Year right '' .;
with the arts at the Fine Arts .' ..,
o"b -
&V Conservatory, Carver YMCA. ..

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f -
Sportsmen 20thAnniversary '

BallThe ;u _MO r .ru. _.VMOC NI

Square Circle' SportsmenClub
will; entertain friends and COI1EGECONFIDENIIAL
guests at their 20th anniversary

ball on Thursday, Jan. 19 at I .,...-.- .... .
I Declaring Dimes Drive waged successful fight against polio and is Bayfront Park auditorium The \____ 1 P f '- --.4 .

I now using the experience gained to meet needs of victims of birth affair Is invitational and sports PLUS
defects and arthritis, national leaders ask your support of the 1961 wear will be the dress of the ev
New March of Dimes. Above left to right: Randall C. Morgan, Gary, enlng. Subscription is 150., fed
eral tax 5c and state tax 7c, total "ONE OF'THE YEAR'S, MOST INTRIGUING FILMS!"
Ind., president, Frontiers of America; Mrs. W. R. Bell, Jackson, J14 -fOWSWZEKet
Tenn., president, Ladies Auxiliary of the National Dental Association

; Mrs. A. M. Norris, Montgomery, Ala., president, Alabama
Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers, and Dr. John H. Hester, Personal MentionAmong

Atlantic City, N. J., Imperial High Priest and Prophet, Order of MIamians spending the 0 t A
the March of Dimes with dollars. to
Nobles of Mystic Shrine. Support holidays In Nassau were Gilbert

Styles, Carlton Finley", Mrs. Ma.
rie Wareham Mr.: and Mrs. Chas
Culmer and Miss Cynthia Bethel. ,
Mr. and Mrs. William DeVeaux,
Mrs,, Caroline Richardson, Mrs.
Frances Jolllvette. gr4
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I 'Mrs. Carl Saunders Nassau, A RANK OMOAMIAATIOM FftMCMTATtON
was a pleasant visitor to the A UHIV AV4HTtlUiATIONAU KBLBA !
Times ,office this week.

Returning from the holidays:
Mrs. Ellen Wallace, Mrs. Florence SUNDAY: MONDAY TUESDAY
I Hepburn and Mrs. Marian
i II : wA'tJ1a Atwell. Each of them had been .
I from the Colony for more 'than r aI
I I 30 years.
I tR
Mrs. Learllne Williams, for*"
Miamlan, in Philadelphia '
mer was'now house living guest of. ......... -or

I Mrs. Winifred Brooks and l'
daughter for'Christmas holidays. ,
i She was entertained by her hostesses '.l
with "a lovely New Year's
' party at which many of her old I
friends were present. She reports .lJ
I' a pleasant stay in the Magic i.

I City.

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: Mrs. Sill Ho Mae Eddlngtoncuddles .-
I ,her 7 Ib.. 4 oz. boy at V
Clirlstitut Hospital where he be. Zeta Amicae YP. ,
Help Wanted
crone the first baby born during 1 1ItantII
1001. The baby is Mrs. Eddlng- The president of Zeta Amloae Driver -. salesmen to oper-
ton's fifth child and,was born at Is asking all members to be present ate Peter Plenty Mobile JEFF"RICDAkwa
7:40 a.m. Jan Johnson photo. at the regular monthly meet. Unit .
Ing to be held Jan. 9. Unusually high earn MARGIA DEAN
The meeting will be held at ings. $70 to $85 weekly. No
Fashion Art and the home of Mrs. Bernice Woolen experience necessary. PETER FALl .:

Shown 7500 NW 14th court. I .. f a
Style } m* ttf ky CWC COMUHOlradW
Mrs. Maydell Braynon, Pres. Call PL 4-1885 ky MLUAM II.WtTNCr
League: No. 42 Mrs. E. B. Thomas, sponsor .........,M HMOlD r, nnscrtsrbtfltad '
220 N.E. 59th St.
Mrs. Ruth Polite, Assoc. Dir. $ / ENrllnsIEktl acr.COlI COlIN
will present: a Fashion Art and
Style Show January 16 at Youth Mr. Richard Anderson satin :
w t i CIriNatt
Center, 340 NW 13th St., from Attention!
4 to 6 p..m. Admission fee: 60c.
Willie Wood program Chrm. All former members of the
Mrs. Dlllie Pitts, presIdentGREETINGS Fordhamalres Choral group are Starting the latent Negro acting sensation.
requested to be present at a Ant CONDITIONED Robert Earl

special meeting on Monday, Jan. .
9 at the Easy Method School of CAPITOL PLUSr "'

This Is our means of thankingour Charm, 1540 NW 62nd at. at 8p.xn.
...--....staru wrz
many friends and customers THEATRE
for tholr patronage. We wish Pans: are being made for a. reunion SAT. MIDNITE RIcHARD BASEH1IRT11K
recital Dr F. Fordham, I
them, one and all, a Merry as SUN., MON., TUES. 'j
Christmas and New who conducted a music work.
a Happy ,
Year. shop In Miami, la expected to be JAN 8.0 10- _
We solicit and appreciate your In the city In the very near fu Count Basle ''ri
continued ture. Please inform all Ford Jerry :Lewis in
hamalrea of this very Important "CmderFella" ...
S. L. McNEAL announcement. For Informationcall .
Bookkeeping: and Tax Service Mrs. Davis UN 6.2813 or "Ice Palace" -, ..
1730 NW 57th St. Mrs.. Tynea NA 1-0470 OX Robert Ryan 1. I '1 hi.
OX 1-2114 1.1768.,

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See the three bedroom model at
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and teachers NEED MONEY t
Pupils returnedto
school, refreshed from the Last Band Drive: $25 to $600 The Liberty City NAACP ..'
holidays. All are anxious to con Effort Branch will hold its annual. election
tinue with the work at hand .- Call PL 8-3653 Sunday, Jan. 8, '3 p.:. .aC Mt.

completing the last three weeks IF"I'': .. .fOOI'V""AlL '__'__u___ M Tabor Baptist Church, 1701,. NW "
of the third grading period or t .w IDEAL LOAN 66th st. All members ares urged
the end of the first semester of s-1 "BOY, "1'vt SURE BEN 6105 N.W. 7th Avo. to<< be present. i
school. MTY Richard Powell, president' ;. ,
Looking Hire new money and e PL'TS' LATELY Rosa Garvin, secretary t. l
beaming over her two sons, Mrs. I
Mary, B. Hence returned to her .

ternity fourth grade leave. class after a ma. 50% WholesaleTo Notice

Dunbar "children" returningto all businesses, service, Wllmith Goodmond wishes to \
colleges' include Scevia Adamsto clubs, theatrical and notify her friendrf and customers j
Tuskegee; Lizzie Alexander, PoliticalWe that she is back to work at
Howard University; Willie Mae 4J Olarnourama Beauty Salon, 6920
Alexander, Meharry; Origen carry a complete line of NW 15th ave. OX 1.9549. Thank
Colebrook, rambling; Eloise business printing and advertising you. -
McAllister, Bethune HjfCookmap,,, specialities, samples and catalog
and Cherrye Ann Mill*. to Paul? are available for )'ou'to' see.We ST. P&UL A.. ML. E.
Quinn where she is alfull echo 1 present a few special, every
arshlp student. Item with your Imprint and ad Rev Bff.%. ,..,..... pastor

Visiting away from Miami M. .*4. vertisement. Mrs. Le Cray reports
were James Klrnes Phi Beta ) Lowest Prices Anywhere Sunday School ...,..a. fcM
Sigma delegate to the national' Salesbooks ........ $0.50 100 books Morning Service NU..N.-, ... 11:00
convention in New York City, FOUOU spoRToows'EACH Noteheada ...............,. 5.45 a 1000 I Evening Service ...N.-.M... -, t1
rushed home to visit briefly with Envelopes ................ 0.45 a 1000 I
his family: in Webster Hum. 11 WEEK IN THE Justness Cards ......... 8.85 1000 New Testament Nazarene
phrejr_ Mason spent part of the ? ADS RUN BY color Statements .... 5.25 1000 ,
holidays in Tampa .. The Shipping Tags .......?..: 6.10 1000 Sunday School....................... 10:00:
Moses Kendriclts! motored to Birmingham Ash trays ball pens bill folds Morning worshipIN.INNN.... 11:00:
and visit with his Don't forfeit points by bowling on l Pencils>> change purses change evangelistic Service ................ 8:00
brothers' Richard Cook'' to ill.kept, alleys. Our ABC sanctioned holders cigarette case ... combs 1045 N.W. lit Court
Chicago for-armedlcal checkup lanes are as smooth as a banks key cases .. money folds .. Lawrence Reddick' pastor.Maxell
and. visit ,. AmnndK. Franklin Fred, Astalro dance'step;: Duza.ua .lighter' .'. sewing kit ,. .rain hoods a Rf'drtlC'It.Issodate- }
to Aberdeen Miss:, to seer1 her 4 reservatiozw.r .. 'window' display U bumper adv r..
ailing mother. Mrs. Eddie' B.' Usement all styles to choose
Bryant called to Jacksonville to 1"tr from. Plus over 500 Items. Bethel Apostolic TempleDoris

the funeral of her oldest cousin, I Catalogs and Prices R. Akin, pastor
Mrs. Crispin then to Gainesville \
Are available at J. Lafluer. ..assistantSis.
to visit with part of the large T. Wallace reporter
Blye family The David Flem. request 2310 N.W. Nth Street I
inga and their chl'dren enjoyed s For details or interview Sunday School tftOO I
te holidays with their family in
Morning worship 11:4S:
Call FR 3.4355
Perry, Ga. Evening worship Tdll:
Mrs. Inez McKinney Johnsonand r Sammy
Trying to cover a $1,300.defi
the McKinney c'an enjoyedthe
clt for the band uniforms don. Mt. Pleasant Methodlit
holiday visit of their sister,
ned by the school band, students
Eftte M. Davis who teaches in 2010 Lincoln Ave.
and faculty members of Booker
Winchester, Va. Mrs. Davis -
left Opa L cka, Fla.
for her home Jan. 1. Washington High School have Sunday School.................... 10:00:
Plans for the Valentine Fash- I set aside Jan 9-15 for an all. Morning worship ............... 11:00:

isn Tea, Feb. 12 in the cafetor- : out Included financial. In'effort.the many activities 1961 Auto Tags Now On Sale Evening worship .................... 7:30
lum of the Dunbar School are be.
set up for the week are: I
ing worked out by Mrs. Boyer
and her committee. You will be 1. Sock Matinee Dance in the Get your tags now and avoid the crowds NEW HOPE BAPTIST

hearing more about the project gym from 4.5 p.m. Admission Rev James E. Brown, pastor
which we hope will beef fab.ulousi I ISc.. Jan. 9. Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporter

naturtv ,a. 2:15 p.m. show January 12. Sunday School ..._.-..... ....... ..so
The Dunbar Family ertenda'tts 2. Community entertainers- Morning Worship .......M...... 11:00
sympathy to the Risk family upon J.: Special sale in homerooms. KEEN AUTO TAG AGENCY Evening Worship ......._....._.. 7:00
the death of. Mr. Rink longtime 4, Hully Gully contest dance
grocer located opposite-oar* with faculty and .student groups
2688 N.W. 62nd Street
school. participating, Saturday night, MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev.
The Jan 14 in the gj>zri. Admission
January PTA meeting is E. P. Drown pastorSunday
scheduled: for next Monday, Jan. 36 cents. School ....................... f:4l:
9 at 7:30: pan.Beginmg 6. Special athletic contests be. Morning worship ................ 11:00:
tween faculty groups and com Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off Evening worship ..............._. 7:3fRIDING
munlty groups. _
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Appeal to All community GOOOoooocooo oo-o b oooo ooooooooooo oas .fJOOO g g g 00.0''III".vv
January 22 churches on Jan 15.

All patrons, parents! and well
THE FAMILY FORUMAt wishers of the school band and
school are asked to Join In the
activities and help the J; : ,; .. -
The YMCA group ; .4 h4t11 ,,
raise the amount due.

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Episcopal) Rev: George E. Johnson, pastor
1838 N.W. Mth St Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter
Father E. S. Clarke Jr.. vicar Sunday School....................... 9:00
"''' '. .,' \ Morning Worship .............. 11:00)
Special Epiphany Services Young People's Meeting ........ 5:00:
Church School 9:30:
ciot'THE Solemn High Mass, Procession
and Christmas Pageant METROPOLITAN AME
10:45 a.m.
toI and Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor
me Solemn Evensong Sunday School ..................... .. 83:0:
Traditional Feast of Lights Morning worship .................... 11:00:
Service with candlelight Evening worship .................... 7:00
procession 7
__ p.m.

MT. CALVARY BAPTIST .Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor. 2014 N.W. 5th Court
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter W. V. minister
MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA Rev E. M. Thomas pastor Geary,
Sunday School 9:30 Church School....................... 9:3U
Phyllis Myers, reporter
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1961 Sunday School . . 9:30: Morning worship 11:00 Morning worship ................ 11:00
Morning Service . . 11:00 Evening worship 7:00 Evening worship ................... 7:00DRIVER'S

thA3ttADtmlo3a3 1A3e3AA1o3a3ahAi ADo >>a >>a
Church of The Open Door MT. AARON BAPTIST Year's Sunday morning the speaker was Rev.for C.New C. ; --

(Congregational) 6340 N.W. 11th AV. McCrary. His subject was "The I cENSE
Name of Jesus" taken from Matthew .,
Rev. H. C. McDowell pastor Rev. C. W. Scott, pastor
A. E. McNeal, reporter Dea. Earl Colden, clerk 1:25.
Sunday School....................... 9&C: Sunday at 6:30: p.m. we had
Last Sunday was indeed a won. Morning Worship ................ 11:0 BTU with the chairman In charge.
ful day for the members of the BTU ......................................... 8:00 I \ BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
Church of the Open Door, be- evening Worship .... ............ 7:00 Once again Sunday night an.
cause we were able to worship Praiper{ meeting Tuesday... 8:00: other wonderful message was
rendered by Rev. Bucannon. His
In our own sanctuary on 8th ave.
and 61st st. There will be a more GRACE PRESBYTERIAN topic was "Illegal Indictment of
formal observance when all is Jesus," taken from John 19:7. City Driving School {
completed, but even as it is our 6895 N.W. 14th Ave. We are happy to say that our
hearts were made blad. Rev W. F. Savoy, pastor pastor has recovered somewhat
Sunday School 9:30 and is home doing fairly well. 6262 N.W. 15th AVENUE OX 1-5283 J:

The parsonage on the cornerof Morning Service 11:00 *******x* f
8th ave. and 60th st. is com. acac cat caetarececatac xacx x. cmn c cuSPLIT
Youth Fellowship . 6:00: MARTIN MEMORIAL AME -
pleted and following worship Evening Service . . 7:30: I
service Rev. and Mrs. McDowell Wed. Night Study . 8:16: Richmond Height
invited everybody to open houseat Wilma Harris, reporterRev.
the parsonage where the la. dies of the church assisted Mrs. our congregation Is privileged to Sunday School ...................... 9:30:
McDowell in serving coffee and worship with the congregation. of :Morning worship ..........._ 11:0
cookies. This was the first In a Trinity CME Church, Rev. W. V. ACE League M_____..__ fcM LIKE RENT
series of acquainted affairswe Geary pastor. We commend the Evening worship N. M-.AN.... 7:30
will be having.A host fellowship for its outstanding
work, which has led to the ST. MARK P. L CHURCH LOW DOWN .,.P A YMENT'30EDROOMS,2
hearty welcome Is always
realization of its new church I
given to our many friends at our home. May God continue to make 5154 N.W. 2rd Ave. BATHS, ENCLOSED GARAGE
11 o'clock services. Rememberwe your efforts fruitful. Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor
are now located in our 'own Our members have done wonderfully Sarah Pool, reporter AWNING WINDOWS, LARGE CLOSETS
church home at NW 61st st. and in using a good deal of Sunday School ..._.....44.44..... 9:30
8th ave. their holiday time to visit the Morning Worship ........_ 11:00
sick and shut-ins. Close to Christis Evening Worship _._....... 7:30. Richmond Hts. ModelCOR.
SMYRNA BAPTIST the church that expresses this B. T. U. ... ...... -....44... 0:30MONROE

1772 N.W. 62nd St. concern. ;; FILLMORE ST. and CORAL REEF DR.
Morning worship . 11:00: On the Sunday mornings of! HOUSE
Evening worship . . 7:30: Jan. 8 and 15, at 7:15: a.m. the And Church Furniture OPEN SUN. 2 TO 6 P.M.
Rev. J. A. Swain, pastor pastor will offer meditations on. Supply
and "When God Changes His
The National Sons of Thunder Mind. 820 Phone N.W.FR 3rd 4.4391 Avenue Ora D. Taylor, agent CE 5-4246
and the Choral Group of Miami
Writer of "!tock of Ages." Get
will appear in a program Sun. MT. HERMON A. M. E. sheet and
day evening. You should hear record of this i w i H M wnH B HI BnBBBIBHBHI HBiHHIHHl
Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor favorite number. Get your 1961
them. Advertising in TW
Sunday School . . .9:30: Commentary. Miami Times Pays Off
Morning Worship . 11:00: .
TEMPLE BAPTIST ------------- -- -
Evening Worship . . 7:00 '
Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor Publicity Committee
Sunday School 9:30: For The Finest Apartments at Moderate RatesCallBONDED
Morning worship 11:00: Hello and Happy New Year to
BTU 5:30: all of our wonderful friends. Yes
Evening worship 7:00: our little column has been absent -
from this paper for a little
The Interdenominational Choir while. We have had so many nice
Union, the Rev. Allan Ferguson, experiences that it would be impossible ti '
president, will hold its monthly to tell you about all of
program Monday night at them but we must say that we _
Temple. The number two choir, at Mt Hermon are all happy and
Bro. Charles Ambrose, director are looking forward to a most COLLECTION UJLf
and Mrs. Miriam Hepburn, press magnificent 1961. If you had
dent, will be the host. been with us on last Sunday, I

The Missionary Society, Mrs. am sure that you would agree
Florence Hepburn, president, with me when I say that we are
will sponsor its annual New off to a great start, spiritually I AGENCY Inc
Year's Dinner on Friday evening, morally and financially. Yif

Jan. 13 at the church. There are many great event ,

already planned for the near future
\NEW BETHEL BAPTIST by our pastor. These! we a.
will give The largest'collection and rentals s+ _
1571 N. W. 68th Terrace I you more information ,
about later.
its,. Ernest Williams, pastor i '
Fred Williams, reporter To the staff of this paper we agency in the South; operating in

Sinday School . . 9:30 want to extend our heartfelt
Morning worship . 11:00: thanks for all of the nice things Dade and Broward Counties'
it has done for us. We also ap
Each Thursday after the predate the interest of its readers .
prayer meeting there is a spec- who have asked about our Negro Housing areas ..
la: meeting for the members of weekly news. May God bless us L. L. BROOKS, President
the church. all and we do look forward to
'Wednesday and Friday of each I
week the choir director Is askingall ASSEMBLYMrs. I 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
the members to attend the
choir practice at the church. Alice Evans teacher of BROWARD COUNTIES
The public Is always welcome to exceptional children at Phyllis
attend all of our services. Wheatley School, will be guest \: 1. 4... ."
speaker at the regular weekly v ,.
public meeting to be held 8 p.m. .
TRIUMPH CHURCH : Sunday, Jan. 8 at the Center, 137 .,
NV7 11th ave. Her subject will
Prince 0. Mobley, pastorSis. be:: 'Portals to Freedom."
C. McKinney, reporter
School of Wisdom . 10:00Y. : Everyone is cordially invitedto ,
P. E. Band . . 6:30: attend. Phone Miss Solomon, ..
Evening worship . . 8:00: secretary Information., FR 1.5420 for further _. ,

January 1-31 is consecration 4 II CONVENIENT LOCATIONS .'

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SSSS8838S838888S3S83838888S33883883S83SS838388838 Sunshine Club Has MAY BRITT IS MIGRANT PASTORIS

Key W est America BrunchThe EXPECTINGNew SANTA TO

Southernmost York ANP) May. SOUTH DADEC.HILDREN
City Sunshine Community BrUt, the blonde wife of Sammy
By FRANCES Club closed Its year's work on Davis Jr., is expecting the stork
Dec. 26 at the home of the presIdent
, Mrs. Ruby Simms. Insteadof next August, it was revealed Henderson,
'I:;<:;<;;<:;"' <;;""-"'<:;""" <:;<:;<::-<::<:: .e:;<"'- e"e'.a -2'q.2'2' I here last week. The Rev Isaac
a breakfast, the club gave to of the Christian Ministry
Usher's Board No. 2 of Bethel The disclosure the pastor
its friends this came as
a brunch. Dade wa
Portlock year in South ,
Elected to migrants
AME Church celebrated its first The house was beautifully deco- diminutive entertainer opened a Santa to hundreds of children In
Christmas party Dec. 17 at the Chairman of rated for the occasion with all stand at the Copacabana club in labor this Christmas.
home of Mrs. Cleora S. Lopez, type of Christmas decorations.The grand fashion.
820 Windsor Lane. Each mem. "Y" Board Sammy, also laughing made Called "Mr. Preacher," he has
ber brought a friend and ex. brunch was served by another disclosure. He said he been taking good cheer on
changed beautiful gifts. members of the club and consisted had talked to President-elect Christmas Day and every other
The menu served consisted of of baked glazed ham, botrors John F. Kennedy and learned day for the past four years to
roast turkey, potato salad, beets, a ;.t peas and carrots with cof that his close friend Frank Si the South Dade Labor Camp,
pickles, cranberry sauce, green fee cake. Our president gave the natra will be the next Ambassodor Saunders Camp near Homestead,
peas, hot rolls, assorted candy, club a beautiful baked turkey to Italy.: the B. and L. Camp and the Peterson .
cake and drinks. with all the trimming and bev He also did a little speculationfor and the Malcolm Brother

Everyone present enjoyed this erage. Everyone :eft praising Mr. himself, quipping: "I haven'tgot Camps in Goulds.
affair. and Mrs. Simms for such a love any' news yet on being Ambassador
;ik Qtq ly morning. to Israel." Sammy and Most of the new toys came
The president, Mrs. from churches In Miami and
Our annual Christmas his wife, a movie actress, recent
wishes to thank all members who party Homestead
was held at the lovely home of ly embraced the Jewish faith
helped to make this
grand success. Mrs Georgia Rollins, 1823 NW Some of the gifts to migrant
67th St. This was a most un children were donated by school

The W. II. Zanders Club of usual affair. Mrs. Rollins gaveus children under the agency of the
Bethel AME Church held Its an the traditional Christmas but prepared in a Hebrew
nual Christmas party at the home setting. The Many of the teenagers. trainedby
food was delicious
of Mrs. Muriel Gates, Dec. 17. Rev. Henderson presented
and SALE
was served In buffet style;
Members Invited friends and ex. short Christmas plays in the recreation .
changed gifts. The house was beautifully dec. hall and a group went
orated with live poinsettia as DELUXE NEW from house to house singing
A very fine menu of roast tur.
key was served. lovely as if they were in the gar 3.BEDROOM 2 BATH carols.
den. For an evening of real enjoyment
Attending this affair were spend it with Mrs. Rol FLORIDA ROOM


Earl McGee, Mr. and Mrs. Tho. Our president, Mrs. Simms, ex OAK FLOORS
mas Barnes, Mesdames Vera Louis II. Portlock Jr., district tends to all our friends and well 2 CARPORTE
Barnes, Ste'la Pedlcan, Dora manager of the Atlanta Life Insurance wishers For Everyone
a Happy and ProsperousNew 80 x, 100 LOT We specialize In aligned" risk,
Wilson, Cleora Lopez, Viola Co., has been elected to Year.
Thurston, Nannie B. Sawyer, i serve as chairman of the Board with $30 down. Financing arrang
Frances E. Palmer Malinda Far.I of Management of the Carver $3,000 cash down ed.'

rington, Ruby Davis Clara Austin Branch Young Men's Christian Altman Insurance Agency

Elizabeth Sawyer, Idalene' Association Don't Fret Fight'! Cor. 9th Ave. and 70S NW 8nl BU Fit 1.0421
OMver Sarah Farrlngton Mar. Other officers elected to serve 61st St.
jorle Butler Muriel Gates. Al- Edward T. Graham,
were: Rev.
Sat. & Sun. 3-6
bprtha Harris, Patsy Albury vice chairman and Miss Helen M. Join The NAACP
Mtzpah Kemp, Blanch Sawyer Dorsett secretary. New members SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADINC

Mary Roberts and Lurlene Ad- elected to serve were: Mrs. CloraM. COLORED

derley. Pearsall, Rev. W. V. Geary,
Dr. H. Melton White (serving a SAY GOODBYE TO PSYCHIC READER
The Ladles Auxiliary of Walter three-year term), and Benny CLOCK REPAIRS
Mlckens Post 6021 also celebrated O'Berry (serving a one-year SHORT HAIR
Its annual Christmas party of term). Members reelected were Andrews' Jewelers

the Post Home, the VFW hallon Mrs. M. Athalle Range. Arlington ;303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Dec. 3 O. Gifts were also exchanged ton Sands, Dr. George A. Simpson
Tht menu consisted of Farley B. Neasman (servinga All work guaranteed
baked ham and other delicacies. three-year term), and Willie 40 Years In Business
The Parker (serving a one-year term). '' FR S.0152 _:: : ::::: : I II
president Mrs. Juanita
Bennet thanked the members and Moses L. Perry U the executive i;: \

friends attending this affair and I secretary of the branch -

wished them a Happy New Year. I

birthdays in 9 MIAMIANS TO SEE THE WORLD'S Let her years ef ..,.rl.nee .,14e
January -
are Mrs. Vernell Smith, ATTEND MEET GREAT SPIRITUAL and protest you throughout life
guide the ships "Ifs
as a lighthouse
Grace Mrs. Everllna McGowan Mrs. ON AGINGNine I LEADER storm. For success In ".In..
Bellamy, Miss Yvonne
Conner, Joseph Walters, Robert M'amlann' will be among 4ND, PHYCHIC READER and love,

Sawyer and Erskene Sawyer. the 4,000 delegates: from 63 CONSULT HER-
-- states and territories attendingthe BISHOP HUNTERIf STOPTHINNING DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. CIT
Mrs. Yvonne Sawyer and child- White House Conference on OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF

ren of West Palm Beach spent Aging In Washington Jan. 8.12. yen are sick er werrlerf ....... GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
New Year's Day with her mother Florlda'a de'egatlon will be fall te see me today. Offlee bears HAIR
Mrs. Rowena Plnder. Accom headed by former Sen. Harry P. dally 1 sun. te t p.m. Tnnretfsy Office' Hour:

panying them were Perry Mitchell Cain, head of the United Fund 1 p.m. to S p.m. Sunday 11 ..... 9 a.m. 9 p.m.

also Mrs. Beaulah Pinder of Dade County and chairman of to I p.M. ,:J ITCHING SCALP .. 9 a.m. t*
and chl'dren of Miami spent the the Governor's Citizens Advisory
day visiting their grandmother. Committee. v H DANDRUFFIN 7 p.m.Sunday.

Their stay was very enjoyable. Others from Miami who will READINGS ?

attend are Henry Arrl"gton, "140P r 10 a.m. S p.m. ,
That Convenient Scott Day Centers and Miami JUST 7 DAYS
Housing Authority: Mrs Helga DAILY

Way to Buy H. Eason, Miami Fassler Public Martin Library 417 W 17 i0. ?t, WITH READING
Mrs. Grace ;
Uy William Henry Huff for ANP ,Fine, Citizens Advisory Com wirrHOLLYWOOD' r K 1 11uchKURASOL $1.00 UP

Florence Fox, .
buys mlttee;
That convenient way to ,
Chamber of Commerce Golden LA. 23 Years ExptrUnee
and fool
Is a trap for dupes
Irvin Korach,
Which is but the why Age
Senior Citizens Division, Welfare MADAMHUNTER
Many! sit on pauper' stools. Satisfaction Guaranteed
Planning Council; the Rev. B. F.
Each day Borne are garnisheed Schumaker, Lutheran Senior Citizens Sold In most drug stores and beauty ,
What a pity! What a shame. If available
not localitysand
Village; and te Rev. thopi. your
How their loved ones' heart Catholic Wel $1.70 for s month's supply to: 10K7 N.W. 73rd ST.
must bleed Bryan C. Walsh, Beautiful Home on MIAMI, PLA.Don't .
Dear ones who are not to blame Your Lot
Write Call In P..nI
6175 Sta. B "'ami Fla. -
Fools like these have lots of woes ,
Sleepless nights and restless days A
lUll collectors oh their toe. MIAMI TIMES ADS 7tftv
Who would imitate their way I I I I J J I I .
Let ua learn to buy for cash DON'T COST THEY PAY 5 Unuyr
Lay the money on the wood FRanklin 4-3269

Then we will avoid the lash CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
Let these facts be understood. PR. JAMES R. UNDSEY

Complete Building Sorvloe
Foot and Leg Disorders

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MIAMI, TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA a son OpportunitiesI per week to right party.. Will

am leaving town, if you are sell $100 down, balance like. ren .
looking ,for an Investment, a big NE 55566.
Mrs. Barbara McKinney Rolle, return, On your' money, see my
of 1354A NW 4th ave., died on I house. Two bedroom home, two -PAINTING done by painters
January 3. Arrangements are in. efficiencies all furnished, one of some of Miami Beach's finest
CARDS MEMORIALSCARD complete. 'Survivors''" Include a : rented for $90. Potential income homes at low economy rate OX

eon; Harry:three' sisters; '.Mrs. $300 menthe Commitment $6,000 1.5880 evenings.
Adellr 'Gibson,1;Mrs. Ernestine first mortgage, price $13,000. LARGE 2-bedroom apt. In swal!
Rolle, MrsHattle Tootes, a Make- me a cash offer 1044 NW building. Cheap rates, In ''Opa
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMTIn brother, Edward Brown. 64th: st. Locka. Call NE 4-0500 or OX
15453. ndf
family of the late sad but loving memory of
MR. THOMAS McINTOSHwho our dear mother and sister,
died on December 23, and MRS. MARTHA SANDS Job OpportunitiesDepartment

was laid to rest on Dec. 29, WELTERSwho of Promotion and
1960, takes this method of ex departed this life January Publicity, Greater Miami Urban
pressing thanks and appreciation 3, 1960 at Key West. League: 395 NW First 8C, H
to its many friends for their There's an open door at the end a Allen Wheatley Jr., vocational'
cards, telegrams: flowers and all of the road services secretary. Phon. FR
other kind gestures of sympathy.A Through which each must go 1-6476.
heart full of thanks to the M. alone .
S. Allen Funeral Home and the And there is a light we cannot Incinerator High Pressure Boiler
neighbors of NW 8th st. and 1st see, OperatorGolf
ave. Again, thanks to all and Our Father calms: his own Course Starter
may. God bless you all. Beyond the gate my loved one) Police Complaint Clerk
,Ms. Annie McIntosh land, Clerk TypistAutomotive ,
And Family Happiness and rest; there Is Equipment Operator

comfort in the thought that .. Engineers _
MEMORIAMIn loving God knows best." Electrical Inspector
IN The Welters Family CHILD CARE ,FOR RENT Sign Painter

sad but loving memory of Mrs Rowena Pinder, sister NURSERY SCHOOL and kin LOVEIY two bedroom house e Legal Youth Records Hall Officer Clerk
Mrs. Lillian Roberts, sister
my husband, dergarten. Age, 26. Excellent with living room, fining room, Life Guard
JOHNNY LOVE : --)- meals, reasonable. NE 6-55283. Florida' room, kitchen, bath with Court ClerkEngineering
who passed January 3, 1956. shower, plus carporte. Adults Draftsman
He's gone but not forgotten.May $1,00 PER DAY. Experiencednurses only. Apply 6500 NW 8th aye., Police Officer
he rest in peace. aide. Call at 6824 NW PL 80792. Key Punch Operator
Annie Love and Family 7th court. Hot lunch, pick up Mosquito Control Inspector
and delivery LARGE) ROOM. Private entrance

IN MEMORIAMIn and shower, refrigerator, light,
cooking, utilities include. $40
sad but loving memory of .
monthly. 1046 NW 59th St. III !oa.hmlamkh. D a aloluan7a7axl
our mother, grandmother and Needed! Three operators for 86985.,
great grandmother, Sidney A. Barker of 4823 NW three booths. Contact Mrs. Blon. I IM Special !
MRS. ANNA CECELIA SMITH 25th ct., died Dec. 30, in Jack. eva Ritchie, 543$ SW 21st St. AUTIFUL ROOM In private ?
who departed this life on Janu- son Hospital Services were West Hollywood, Fla. home. Home-like P
ary 2, 1934. May she rest in held from the chapel Thursdayat 1826 NW 55th St. atmosvbere'l
peace, and may light perpetual noon with burial In Lincoln OPPORTUNITIES for men and PORTRAITWhile

shine, upon her. Memorial Cemetery. He Is survived women. We pay as you learn. ONE-BEDROOM, kitchen and,
The Turner and Kemp I by a very dear friend, Mrs. FR 4-1661. bath, 733 NW 69th St. Call PL] you wait
Families Albertha Davis There are no 8.1909. Of
--r immediate relatives. HELP WANTED I Including frame

IN MTMORIAM: Eddie Wright, an employee HOME for the aged, live in 'or dingle FURNISHED or couple.ROOM Early for morningor nice 90c

with the Fla. East Coast Rail out, call NA 18064. Prefer someone late afternoon, 2737 NW
In loving memory and grandmother.of our dear way for the past 30 years, died that lives in Opa Locka area. 59th et. NE, 51920..
wife, mother, Dec. 31 In Jackson hospital Mr.
MRS. IDA GIBSON Wright had lived in Miami A NICE RELIABLE person that WE HAVE SOME choice 1-bed.
who departed this life January since 1926. Friends may call at will like 'a home living with'me, room apartments for rent at 524 :i.
5, 1957. May .she rest In peace and my children, In exchange for .
the until
shine chapel 7 p.m. this NW 22nd St., and some at 2945
and may light perpetual evening. Final rites will be held room and board, for child care.O NW 46th at. Call FR 93576.
upon her. in Charleston, S. C. He 1 is sur 16905.
Albert Gibson, husband
vlved by two daughters, Mesdames FURNISHED room with kitchen
Earma Naomi Jenkins McNorton, daughter', daughter Viola Wright and Mary Help Wanted privilege, quiet couple or single
y Alexander, two sons, Alonza and man. NE 42828. 2986 NW 45th
v" Harcourt Gibson, son Sewing machine operator.
Johnnie, 15 grand children and street.
< Myrtle Gibson, daughter
six: great grand children.
:' ,-. And grandchildren Experienced on sportswear, o you live' in Liberty City or,

I Mrs. Ethel Adderley of 1060 section piecework, zipper Brownsville area, we will fix 1 TV
;a: IN MEMORIAMIn NW 62nd St., apt. 14, died Jan on credit. Free estimate. Pay
2 In Opa Locak. Services will be and waistband setters, ,collar weekly. Call OX 1-9426. Johnson of Miami
memory of the late, held January 7 at New Providence -
MRS. GERTRUDE DAVIS Baptist Church (Carver and pocket setters. UNFURNISHED APT. and fur- 409 N.W. 17th St.

who departed this life January Branch YMCA Building), Rev. C. FLAMINGO F nished room, 1574 NW 58th St.
19, 1957. J. Burney, officiating. Burial In FLORIDA OX 15820. S. A. r.h. mr.. Indf ,,7t fotNAla a9 alimmAf aloAl a 71
,The, grave itself a garden Is, Lincoln Cemetery She Is survived 170 N.W. 24th St. --------
Where loveliest flowers by her eon, Frank Pendavls, a
abound; grandson, Arthur Williams, and i
Since Christ, our never-fading two great grandsons. Friends I EXPERIENCED kindergarten For SaleNEW
life may call at the chapel 1 p.m I teacher. Age 2530. NE 6-5283.
Sprang from the holy ground. Friday.
Lord, through the grave and gate FOR SALE
William Brown, of 351 NW
May we, with hee, arise FOR THAT DREAM HOME
16th Terr., apt. 4, died January or
To an eternal Easter Day 2 in the ParaVilla Convalescent that Florida room, extra bed 1396 N.W. 71st Street

Of glory in the skies I Home. He had been a member of room or bath. Remodeling of 4925 N.W. 35th Avenue
.. John C, Davis, son St. John Baptist Church for 33 anykind, call Holmes, NE 4-6726
Jane D. Lewis, daughter years. Services will be held in alditions for all your building needs, all 2035 N.W. 68th Terrace
St. John January 7 at 1 p.m. or remodeling can be
IN MEMORIAM I Rev Thedford Johnson official done !rwith no money down, up to $1,000 Down
.. ing. Burial in Lincoln. He Is survived 5 years to pay. Licensed and In-
sured.2BEDROOM. MO 5-6870
In sad but loving memory of by his son, Joseph, and a tndt .
our husband, father and grand. nephew, John R. Capers. Friends CHOW PUPS
.' father, may call at the chapel 1 p.m. NW 32nd Ave. $35 and Up, 6158 v

Clarence Moss, a member of CBS home, corner, FOR SALE CHEAP
awnings, well
floor fur.
the class of '51 of BTW High porch ,
nlshed, oak floors
(School, died January 4 in Jack. ; fenced back

son Hospital. Mr. Moss of 1322 HI vard.6-0695.Coconut Grove. $13,500 2 bedrooms CBS home partly furnished.
NW 2nd court,. Is survived by

u his mother Mrs. Jenetta Moss anda SACRIFICE. One dining room I Fenced yard, awnings, quiet and friendly
4 .sister Miss Geneva Moss. Fin
set, table, five chairs. Will
al sacrifice I neighbors. In beautiful North Miami
are incomplete.
$50 10 ft. cabnotnr I .
125, one boy's bicycle $15. JE Beach:
Baby Boy Gray, and Baby Girl 8.1118, 4421 Nautilus Drive, Miami
Gray twins of Mr. and Mrs. Beach)
Johnnie Gray, of 1398 NW 61st 1501 N.E. 454th Terrace OK 1-1541
st., apt. 3, died Dec. 30 in Mt.
Sinai Hospital. Burial was In Indf
Lincoln. FOR RENT

12" x 32" storage room, bath
Infant Slayton, son of Mr. and room, 7506 NW 17th are. $30
Mrs, Henry Slayton of 329 NW month. FR 92110.
22nd st, died Jan. 1 In Jackson.
Graveside .services will' be held 2-BEDROOM HOUSE near ABC Mortgage Co.
today In Lincoln Cemetery. Grand-way. Electric kitchen,
t reasonable. 1270 NW 55th St.
703 Seybold Bldg. FR 1.1493

I r'GEORGE Francis Private BEAUTIFUL entrance furnished, private room.bath First and Second Mortgages

and wall to wall carpet. For nice
Mrs. Caroline Kemp of 1954 Home Improvement Loan Small
single person, 1859 NW 69th st. Monthly Payments
M. BROWNs NW 4th ave., died at home on ( '
who departed this life on January Dec 29. Services 'were held Jan. rear) No .Inspection Fee. .
8, 1958. uary 2 In St. Agnes Episcopal -
: ROOM IN Private home. Cook
-f-."" A home of peace and joy, no Church Survivors Include two ing privileges. OX 11877. Combine all your debt into one easy paid mortgage
; home on earth is like !it, nor daughters, a son, two sisters.
'"'can' with it for Phone FR l.t.a03-0ur rcprc enUtlve will call on you
compare, everyone LARGE ROOM. Quiet, clean. Kit.
d IB happy, nor could be hap- Mrs Mattie Simmons Govanof chen privilege. Reasonable NE immediatelyFree .
1 pier there. 916 NW 2nd ave., apt 3, died 55283.
Mrs. Lovlna. Brown, wife, two January 2 in Jackson Hospital. Consultation Regarding Your Mortgage Planning

"daughters, two sons-in-law, eight Arrangements are Incomplete. FURNISHED ROOM Linen and
sons, six daughters-in-law, 21 Survivors are her mother, Mrs. hot water. $7.50 weekly :2! to a .rm7lrlU'J"u.17171'lAdvertising! \ ywt7wyyytt ,
'grandchildren, two great grandchildren Jane Turner of Montgomery, room. $5.50. Men preferred. NE
Ala., her husband, Thomas and 48244.<< in The Miami Times Pays OffTHE

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Along Freedom's Road N SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1961 PAGERS

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I hays beefi,, ,tanking about"' ago. We were S'ts.QmeUme talking Dimes Fund Scholarship Winners .. :

g5ni thtn said to me aorietlpie about i the work of the NAACP, i
n&q;, when in the coup! ot ihbconversatjon and the apathy fch&wn by many Drive by these homes.J753NW49thSt. ..
the of liarsy .'
names Negroes regarding this ,'6rginUration. .
,T. MOore and Ennn tt Till: Th'ls.Negro niinister remarked
were mentioned. Someone in the : "tiy people talk and kii

group said, "it seems a. strange sing, all the time about puttingon $350 Ddtm; $79 monthBeautiful r.. I
and sad thing that it $
the golden, slippers .to walk; '2.bedroom CBS .m :. .
tragedy like the b6mbing} of the the heavenlystairs, 1i .' ,
but!? the thing !; .
T. Moore house with ,
Harry or the they must learn of all is oak floors, Florida t.,' 'IIi'J':., '.. "
of Emmett Till flat
murder to arouse how to room closing '
walk down road hereon no costs, one ,
the majority of Negroes into earth" r
some kind of determined action mortgage

about civil rights and their free THE FIRST RESOLVEThe ::.= .
first resolve of all of us 1765 ,
THE NECESSITY FOR for the New Year should be to NW'SOth.St. Money given to the March of Dimes appeal provides scholarships

ACTION determine to do something about $300 Down $59 Montn. for hundreds of qualified students preparing to become disease fight-

Thinking further about the equal rights, for ',all American Very nice 2-bedroom, on firs. Left to right above: Gloria Jean Rollison, New Orleans, La.,

many tragic events and manifestations citizens.may seem Because as long strange'as one'ias Amer: it large lot. Total price only studying nursing at Dillard University; Patricia Y. Williams, Orr-

of race hatred, that have ican's rights are threatened or $9,200. This must be seen viDe, Ala., attending Hampton Institute preparatory to attending I
taken place in the past, it would are in jeopardy, the rights of to appreciate. school of social work; Wilma Monteith, Columbia, S. C., at Howard
appear to me that this particular all Americans are Insecure and University-preparatory to medical social work training and Hester I
characteristic of becoming In- nnrll- .And .In wlowr- nt Via. Lewis, medical student research award winner at Meharry Medical I
aroused Into action when a world situation, even more at College. Give dollars in the March of Dimes to provide scholarships
spectacular or horrifying event the present time than in the 1248 NW 51st St. for worthy students.
takes place, is not primarily a past, all Americans need to t i
Negro trait it belongs to all strengthen and enlarge the ideals 4350 Down $71 Month
humans. All of us are likely to go of democracy and freedom.
along from day to day doing Lovely 2-bedroom CBS with MI Club
nothing or very :little about some For in a democracy, it is vital llarge Florida room, fenced :
things that need to be done but that all work for the' rights of yard, no closing costs. FOR SALE SI NTS
only getting around to doing all, because first'elass citizenship
them when we are suddenly Ls a two-way road. Equality I "THE AFTERNOON
shaken from our apathy Into ac Imposes duties and responsibilities Household furniture,
We have other. fine homesto wa.h-I
as well as giving us rights ing machine, gas BOWLING CLUB"
tion.While and privileges. When understand choose from for littleas
this trait belongs to all. we as tric stove. From
of us, I feel that Negroes that working for the $300 down with no extra private Are you looking for somethingto
laity should take some espec-I rights of all is really working charges. Just call day or home. A bargain. do And want to have fun
think about the necessity for action for our own rights we will have Why not bowl?
for them as a minority come a long way along freedom'sroad night. We!will help arrange : I For information call at Take it from TV winner Bob
group because action in their i Disinterest or apathy or all financing.CASH Kwolck, ")'011 will enjoy bowl-
case has. especially in the area an attitude of letting someone 2186 N.W. 7th Aye. Ing." Come and join tho club.
of civil rights, much more meaning else carry the load is not the No charge to join. Time i'2 p.m.
and challenge' than it would I way to clear the Obstacle*, from FOR YOUR LOT to 0 p.m. ;.Monday thru Saturday.
have to the majority of white I our path. There comes a time Free refreshment ,tuul free in
American citizens. At the beginning along the way when the help of ... .Mrmtlona.Hnnd .

of a new year it is always others can no longer do much PL 7-8456 283 NW 79th St. I rehearsals Imlted! organ--
good, uness:
we help ourselvesto
good to think about
goals for the future In terms our of gain our final! objective.. I Orchard Villa Special ration No charge.welcome to hold meetings

what has happened In the
past. If we are second-class I
And. taking this into consideration much of the fault Is our' own, 1230 NW 57th St.
It is obvious that concerted if
we are disinterested
or apathetic
full: time action on the part about the Ideals of our $650 Down $89 Month

of hoped Negroes,for goal will of bring equal about civil the country.this But if we determinethat Fiesta ClubProudly 2 bedroom CBS with porch
Job must be done with
rights Barrel tile roof
much quicker than sporadic concerted action we will be far hardwood
action taken only when along the path in securing equal floors. No other costs, one
Rome unfortunate racial Incident rights for all. The New Year Presents mortgage.
has taken
holds a tremendous challenge- if THE FIVE FAMOUS Move in today
THE NAACPIt we will accept it.

seems hard to realize but MILLER SISTERS TRIO REALTY

the plain fact is that the work 801 NW 54th St.
of the NAACP
during most of :
Its existence has been done in "i'j"I"rA'l,{nf PL 9-8372 OX 6.1740CALL
spite of a lot of people, not because Men!,Send for This" Handsome .'It ," J't \.
of any help from them SAMPLE CASE-FREE '.{ '( :;&; I
What gains, rights and privileges -,. ... .
you and I have now at this and I'll Show YouowtoMakoUp OX 1.0421 :Ins, JESSIE SMITH
very moment have not been 't .. dy ;;. Social llostenn'
given to us easily, but have been ,',' ., 72t to4O.OOInaD.y DON'T COST THEY PAY
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fought for the > ......: :J-j:; information call 1'h 1.5031, I
hard way, with r ,..;;; .;1l\t I.... ... c For
much hard work, many set. ,w.r...hl.d: r..r.=:.,.... 4' MIAMI TIMES ADS ask for K, C. Bmlth flen. Mgr.
w. N1w. -.1H.
backs and disappointments. This _...,......'!.rb-I..1".4..ellq_._. ..';bt':=..-J.::.
has been done, too, in spite of -1': I: .J. =:-:t.w:= s.. : ....".
opposition of diehard adherents F1M Iilp'UAK. NtiEED..lNI't'Q roO:'i, M ay Jt
of the status quo, and surprising 011l'itlRlltlvSS TAILORING CO. '
as it may seem, In many boO S. Throop St. 4 JM FOR SALEOPEN
cases in spite of the opposition Dept. ft.124 Chicago 7, Illinois ,
of many Negroes themselves The ..-- -.... .rM
price for advancement in the iPKOaftf ;TAItOHINO,.CO.. ,-.__ .
I 100 0.T-r**.ttTMt.CM 7.IL SUNDAY
area of civil rights for Negroeshas DMrMrtlWAMTAMADB-TO-MKAnmiaVITTO I ,, .. ....
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been high, and the price has I 1 ...."*..-4.HOW..&.II.,,mHI wM.l m\fmrfl,....M....I....M....,*4MkJ nsM.> I l '; '. r BEDROOM CBS
been paid mostly through the I **" I Ii 1I I II .. ,. '
efforts of a mere handful of I ... I < ," ". 2980 N.W. 59th Street

people. \MfiFJB L LI I I ..... _", *w. I II >> .,: ;..' .'. M Here is the home you have been looking for in very
am reminded here of a remark I I II)1 .' ; : .
1tI1a" and refrigera.tor
a friend of mine said to me LCItr t .._______:.J I '( good condition. Storm awnings, stove
en ; .. : :_ ...... :.. ,J nice yard, only $500 down and!! $75 per mont .

I Stars of the movie, 'Rockin' *

I The Blues", introducing the
new" Pony Dance 2-Bcdroom CBS

.' With large Florida room. Can be used as third bed

Surprises Galore Friday, Saturday, Sunday room stove and refrigerator. This is a custom built

January 6-7-8 house into $700 down balance like
Dancing PorpofiMt 3 nites only ready to move ,

Non-Stop Action First time in Miami rent

9 AM to Sundown o
Plus a new singing star
meet,tho dweller of the deepl
from 2-Bedroom House
You'll moot ftnttttle d..".'t.* creatures, CHILD RBMl Silvia Larrimore
ftC9-to-ftc9, without having dry ItndlGRQUflRIUfTl Und.r a Pr.. $300 down, $75 per month
singing her latest recording"I'll
1 O-14 Hftlf PriO Tell You Why" o- rnA
Phenol 11M 1.11471
CAUBBWAV and others real bargain, corner lot, $2,000 total price
(IO MINE .O,Of DOWNTOWN MIAMI) 7 Big Acts and Band Salesman will be at

c ----cc.w.- s .... .............. ....."."- ...--- Admission $1.00 2980 N.W. 59th Street

Sunday to show these houses, lots and rentals


NEW YEAR'S EVE AND Furnished House For Rent

ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS PLUS "'AnTSLARRY'S NITESaturday 1-bedroom! $60 per month. Beautiful furnished! Apt.

T.V. and Sunday for rent. $75 per month. We can finance all types of
SPECIAL FLOOR SHOW insurance including home and automobile insurance.

WE BUY featuring the
/ n's Real Estate & Insurance
; 2" shows each nits.
1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024i'2 'Admission $1.00 2688 "..W. 62nd Street OX 1.0380

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I : :x Christian HOspital Needs You


p We Need $72,000 NOW !


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We, the citizens of Dade County, as OWNERS of this nonprofit community owned $525,735 institution have a
moral obligation to meet this challenge.
This campaign for a New Christian Hospital teas begun in 1954 because YOU wanted and needed a first class,

modern hospital, which you now have. .

Only $34,000 of the $94,000 pledged by YOU has been paid. It's still not too late, but it's later than you think.

Christian Hospital is now paying its way on its present operation, but $72,000 of the $130,000 of equipment nec
essary to open the hospital still remains to be paid for.

Listed below are some of the items included in this $72,000 obligation. Won't you as an individual or an organization

accept just one of these responsibilities? .....


Item Cost Item Cost
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Floor Lamp _____________________________$ 18.70 Bassinet _________________'::______-_______ 95.69
Infant Scales ______-------'.---;------- ---_ 28.71 Instrument Wall Stand ____________________ 100.00
Bed Mattress ________ ____------------____ 33.00 Examination Light ________________________ 107.00
Nursery Rocking Chair __--___-- --_--______ 36.50 Operating Room Sponge Rack _______.______ 150.00
Pump Stand _______________________ _____ 37.13 Bassinet, Complete ________________;.______ 163.92
Narcotics Lockers _________-__-----__---___ 38.73 Hospital Bed .-----______________________ 179.00
Intravenous Standard _______--------______ 40.00 Sigmoidoscope Set ____?__________________ 185.85
Needle Cabinet ____-__----------------___ 40.00 Labor Bed, Complete ______________________ 314.50
Blood Pressure Instrument ___ -_____-_______ 41.85 Diathermy Machine _______________________ 475.00
Operating Room Foot Stool __--____________ 45.25 Portable Resuscitator ______________________ 500.00
Posture Chair ....._______________________ 53.81 Suction Ether Pump _______________________ 625.00
Bed Side Rails ___ _________________-______ 54.00 Premature Infant Incubator___________._____ 835.75
.. Steel Work Table ________________________ 67.95 Water Sterilizing Unit _____________________ 919.00
Wheel Chair ____________________________ 69.31 Infant Bassinet Resuscitator ________________ 950.00


Make All Checks Payable to Christian Hospital

4700 N. W. 32nd AVENUE MIAMI 47, FLORIDA

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Jenkins a combination birthday, THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA '
New Year's party out at their estate I SATURDAY JANUARY 7 1961 PAGE 111.
.. : :THIS and on Dee. SI. The evening -was .'
II spent in a jovial manner discus
'! \ sing happenings at rariona colleges 1.1

\.> : singing, dancing. At the SON SOUGHT IN 'tC.vil ,,
THAT' ) .4" I. ". stroke of 12 o'clock the croup Service .
-e ; ,; .. t. sang AuldLang Syne. Seen bar STABBING OF
: ,;. Exam Announced ; 1
;.t ing a general good time were: '
'tj'l. Ferris Rhodes Barbara Williams AIRMAN Frequently: !
By RUTH N. POUTfe r Ruth Austin Albertha Austin An airman was stabbed Fridayby Entrance salaries an high M :

.-------------------------- Ronald Smith Robert Reed. the 13-year-old son he had $377 month. You may qualify j I
._w'ww wv w_________. --'VM"" tDstnaetlon' I
I John Haddock Colbert Stuart allegedly abused. through spare time ,
THE NEW YEAR Is still In Its MILLER JAMES DAWKINS here Marie Alford. FAMU; MeVera Staff Sgt. Julius Claw of 11651 at horn** For information and i I
Infancy. What can I wish thla for the holiday. He hM been I Smith Dernard Tolllver Walter SW 138th Terr., was reported in personal Interview (confidential),
year may bring to met Nothing bedded In a Pacific Coast Ho Pierce, Eugene Duneombe Jr., fairly good condition at Home. : <
that shall make the world other p lal. lie !la now at the VA hosp Morehouse; Genetha Welsh stead Air Force Base Hospital. NATIONAL TRAINING
poorer nothing at the expense of tali in Tuskegee Mrs. Ly Spelman College; :Francis Hall He is attached to the base. Conn. j
other men; but just those few dla Higgs wife told Deputy William ,
brilliant music teach. Doris Harrell. Clark; Patricia Glass l *'"'
things which In their coming do er, is convalescing in her home. Worthy. Cynthia Ferguson Willie Dear that the father had_ argueda J18
rot stop with me. but touch me Her mother. Mrs. LUlle-ilell Richardson Williams, Knoxville; Calvin lot with the boy lately ana
rather as they pass and gather has been here for three Johnson. Barbara Squire Bren. mistreated him while drinking.As .
strength: weeks to be with her daughter. da Williams Thomas Houston Glass prepared to go to
A few friends who understand She returned to her home in Freddie Fllmore Bethune Cook- work Friday morning the boy
me, and yet remain my friends.A Douglas Ga. yesterday to attend man; Barbara Carnegay. Dlllard; Melvin lunged at him with a pen
work to do which has real the funeral of her father. Mrs. Martha Alford Bennett: Rocella knife and cut his right shoulderthe
value without which the world Lillie P. Haley has been smiling Fortson Garth Gohlng. Dad e mother told police. roGlb
would feel the poorer. A return very brightly because her one Jr. College. The boy then fled and police 8 +
for such work small enough not and only daughter Annie Mae a were seeking him in the Richmond *
to tax unduly anyone who pays. school teacher in Jacksonville Happy Birthday Greetings are Heights area.
A mind unafraid to gravel; even has spent the past few days here extended to Ellis Adger Ann ,
though the trail be not blazed. with her and son, William and Allen Jan. 1: Jen Ice Rogers Jan. 8 CHILDREN DIE
An understanding. ----- "u"ut.___., I his family. I 2; Rubye Jean Williams Detty
A sight of the eternal hills and Jenkins, Jan. 2: Rocctta Scott.
the resting sea, and of something I THE YOUNG COLLEGE set Fannie Thurston, Constance IN FIRE

beautiful the hand of man has was kept quite busy during the Sandlltands, Emma Thomas, Jan. Columbus, Ohio Eight child
made.A recent gala days. The Daniel 4; John Burley Marcia Peters. ren, aged seven months to 14
cense of humor and the Franclses entertained In honorof Tames Washington, Carrie J. years, died Sunday in an east Mustaches are the poster
power to laugh. their niece, Barbara Jacque. Tohnson Jan. 5{ Winifred Mar. side Columbus fire which swept doodle) but topnotch TV repairIs
A little leisure with nothing to Mne Jenkins of Philadelphia. Miss .'In. Alicia Williams, Jan, 6: Lola their two-story frame residence.The duck soup for SOOTIN'S TV
do.A Jenkins Is a case worker with Martin Jn. 7' Pamela Moore father and mother, JamesR. 3:1: XW anl Ave If you want the
few moments of quiet, silent the department of public welfare ,,"vonnpA In, Miriam Bain. OalAVft Cowan 36 and his wife, Fan. fluent service<< at low cost Call FR
meditation. The sense of the social services. She is a graduateof WP nit JA". 8: Christine nle. 28, were not hurt. 3.1580.
presence of God. Temple Univ. and a memberof Stv lhts, Eunice Liberty Jan. 9: The dead were Identified as
And the patience to wait for AKA Sorority. Guests attend. vnsnlts. Humes. James KIrnes James Jr., five, Drustlla. four
the coming of these things with 'ng the party were: Arthur Valencia William, Jan. 10: Robert, three Lawrence 18
the wisdom to know them when Higgs. Jerry Davis, Thlrley '1ethl\ Town, Jonenh Mackey, month and Judith seven month
they come.PEOPLE.. Smith, Elliott Scavella Patrick nn"nt"\p McKellar Ruby Ruren. and three children by Mrs. Co.
Range Myrna Range, Samuel Jan. 11. I IONORATULATlONSf wan.s three previous marriages:

Appearing in the Stewart III, Dr. Almond Ed. Reuben Johpson, eight, Frank
cast of Show Boat which is now ward Dorothy Kelley Iris Wtl- (? 1 WedAnniversaries. Steaple 12, and Cornell) Foster,
playing at the Coconut Grove Maras Beatrice Reynolds, Johnny ding Mr. and Mrs! 14. AU are Negroes.
Theatre, is Levern Ilutcherson of Clayton, Palm Beach: Vaughn Vathsnlel Bradwell. Jan. fi: Mr. I The blaze apparently resulted
etage and television fame Jacobs, Evadney Curlln, Shirley \nd Mrs John Boston Jan 9. from a gas heater In an upMairs
James B. Randolph: teacher of PaYne, Iral Davis, Gloria Smith bedroom.
dramatics at North Dade High Eddie Stracftan. THOUGHT-.FOR THE WEEK, I
School Is working wonders with I Happy New Year! From your

his pupils in the preparation of ROSE MARIE STEWART, the mast year select the love and HAIR REMOVED PERMANENTLY FROM FACE
Robinson kindly friendly deeds. Thrownut
Jeffer's version of daughter of the Samuel Stewart the disappointments and the and that and embarrassment
"Medea" a two-act jllrnb* body, cause you concern
play. The !eave a dinner party for her
play will be presented to the house, burrs and tangleweede, and only (Fast electronic method medically approved. Free consultation
guest! EUnore Williams of
public Feb. 1415. keep the best that grew, for1981'A
Miss LORRAINE I Memphis, Tenn. Thev met last
garden seeds.
ELECTROLOGIST FR 3.2748 appointmentDR.
FARRINGTON is assis summer while attending the $c1. by
tant director. CHARLES D. once Institute at Flsk University.
WYCHE is principal Vocational There to enjoy the food and festivities Dorsey PTA Meets LONG'S CLINIC BUILDING
guidance executive Theresa were Bobby Phillips, Tyrone ((1545! 8.W. First Street Miami, "a.I .
Gllbourne from Newark, N.J. Myric, William Adams, Wai.tor Monday niht, Jan. 9 the Dor
spent a gay holiday season with Pierce. Vaughn Price Henry sev Junior High PTA will hold
her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Douglasand Simmon. Phillip Rahmlnsr, Re. its meeting In the auditorium at
sisters! Arthesea D. Hubert mina Jolllvette. Barbara Walker 8 p.m. All parents are asked to ......... L .. IT T n II
and Madelene! Portier Mr. Venda Ref Harris. Gwendolyn be present. S. G. Clear f IB president .
and Mrs. FRITZ GREENE, long Galloway Frederlcka Smith, and E. K. Lockhart, prlnci. MODERN APARTMENTSLarge
time residents of New York City Paulette Hopkins and Mrs. Naomi pal.
are now making the Magic City Grant
their home. They have enhanced cheerful and airy bedroom apts. with stove
the neighborhood jn which they The J. D. McKellara gave their
Advertise! It
live by building a beautiful only daughter, Dorothy Ellen Pant and refrigerator Vi block to shopping, buses stop at
home. JOHN T. CLARK Sr.,
of Tampa died four o'clock Wednesday door. $15 to $18 per week
morning, Jan. 4. He will
ne funerallzed Saturday at St. Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE .

James Episcopal Church. The ALSO CONTRACT

charge Phughsley of iVneral arrangements.Home is Mr.In PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES MAGNOLIA GARDEN APTS.

Clark is survived by two prominent Licensed and Insured
sons in the Tampa school Colors Mixed Free Free Estimation and Consultation 14255 NW 22nd Ave. Opa Locka

system. They are John T. Jr., Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St.
and Charlft Mr and Mrs
WILLIE JAMES Sr., of Pelmet- Time payment plan available-Phone PL 9.3231 MU 8-9092

to and Mr. and Mrs! WILLIE -.-_,............... .I'.._.......__........"......... 'I...
JAMES Jr. of Phoenix, Ariz were
weekend house guests of the Mc t'o- -: u -

Donald Fosters Miss ROSE

WILKERSON birthday party had on Jan.a memorable 2. Many JUST COMPLETED!

relatives and friends. shared the $2.00 SAVE $2.00I
festivities and showered her with
gifts galore. 5 NEW HOMES

RINKYDINKS will become In I worth $2.00, when presented to our ServiceMan
ternational In character In April of Radio TV
on completion repairs on any -
when they establish a chapter in
Paris Rlnkeydlnk LILLIAN Record Player, or any make Auto Radio. 3-BEDROOM CBS
KAZARIAN of the Los Angeles You may call us or bring your set in any dky of the

chapter Is recuperating In hospital week, or Sundays, between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. for on-
after a bout with the sur the-spot service. In Hampton ParkMiami's
geon's knife The local Rinkeydlnks -
are planning a fabulous We have a Free Self-Service Tube Checker for your close-in subdivision
post season party Mrs. LOIS convenience new
HICKS, popular school teacher
has returned from a holiday We are located at 2537 S.W. 8th Street Right near the Palmetto Bypass

vacation with relatives In "On The Trail"
Shreveport, I,. A. While there Large Lots 50 x 120
many professional groups extended : .
courtesies The Shlb
Brown DOROTHY have CHESTER an their house of New guest Beacon Drive In TVHI Or we will build on your lot

SON, Olympic Decathlon champIon 8-7331 $150 Down $90 Month
was awarded the 1980 Sullivan :
Trophy. The prize Is In mem
ory of James! E. Sullivan, and is OUR HOME SERVICE CHARGE Directions to homes Go west on 36th St. to the dead-
awarded by the Amateur Ath. .
letic Union to the year's outstanding ONLY $2.95 end; turn right to 108th Ave.; then left to N.W.

amateur athlete.
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23rd! St.
Friends were delighted to see -
Dean James A. Espy and his tal. OUR GUARANTEE

ented wife In the city. Prof and One yw on all part used and labor. Unconditional DO-day -+-
Mrs. Purdue of Detroit along
guarantee on the ret of set except picture tube when set Is
with the Epy were house guests CHAS. H. PYKE REALTOR
of the Howard Wilkinsons. Mrs. Ff'P'JftIl for trouble other than tube. ,
B. M. McDonald of Ft. Pierce
was also a visitor at the Wllkln c TUxedo 51589.N'

BOM Mrs. McDonald In the (One ad per repair job) I
mother of Mrs Wilkinson (Ethel)
We were happy to have I ti: ""TTT1Tf71..1ta or

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.. .. THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA Tim, Stanley (Dolly) Sweet | l

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1961 I ings public(he's relations senior and partner promotionsfirm in the Begintng January 22

of Sweeting and Lamar and '
Associates) little six-year-old ,FAMILY FORUM
daughter, Gayle, expects a play*
,mate. sometime in March. 'Con At Th. YMCA ;
grats ". The Sportsmen' Club
RE55 was' Santa 'to over 15 famities : ... i
during the holidays Instead of '
distributing. their yearly baskets .
H 15 chec'cs were presentedto WE BUILD
the families Al Green, ,
ARCHIE Stan The Man, : Dullard and ton.'f, : NO MONEY \
PINDER OX Boprep will form the happeningsat Lots for Sale .,.
Ctub Royal Bahama this paid for lots or'hom t
weekend. Jackie Corbitt Is ex.
, tending New Year invites to all See 3 to 5 p.m. :
I II to Come up and be his guests. .
JOHNNY popular III A lady living near bus route new lovely 3 bedroom
King O' Hearts Club realty II
21 who has no husband or car bath, garage, oak floors,
the New Year with a
and caring for three childrenwas electric
bang; two bands Leroy Lang so thrilled over her transportation TIIAT SPECIAL news section roof, built-in
formerly with Club Royale and problem being solved, in the Key West Citizen, editedby ,, kitchen
W. C. Baker. The All-Girls she had to stop me :while in Mrs. Winnie Johnson, receives 1430N.W. 09th St.
how will get underway Grand.Way last weekend and the award for outstand Sfith Terr.
weekend and on Thursday. praised how she saves on so many' ing service in her community : 1428, n.W.
Frank Lagree will start his pro.fesslonal Is purchases. On one item she Her Sunday new articles have JE &1340 Baron
hour; Phil Harris was abe: to pay bus fare on the taken the place in many white JE 2-4343
mastering his popular Amateur saving alone, compared to other homes. The only source of happenings '
Hour as no one else but"Mother"
stores. So many others hove saved in the Negro communi. I .
can do. E. Lois Foreman ty was 'thru the maid, porter, M
and Clara Jay highlight the I transportation and saving at housekeeper or'other employees.Now : 11,000, 2 bedroom
All-Girls show so be there for this spacious one-stop super market its her most informed | room, '2-ear gartge.
this gala week of entertainmentand articles that are read and highly
top talent in these parts. "... -- .
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blacked out to patrons early

Tuesday staff's night evening.to celebrate It was and his Our 8th Year of Devoted Service; to:'the Community;

they tell me, he staged one for FOR A. .FAIR DEAL ;-SEE FAIR REALTY:
the books Sorry I was not
given Johnny's call to his em.
ployees party Tuesday evening.A ,'. I
grand time was enjoyed and .,, :T\ IV
3; K n ; I. .i L '
} Y'a ,4g7N
plenty of everything.; ar n k L ( ; L .'

CHARLES NORTH, managerof H. r :.:
North's Travel Bureau, spent
Christmas In Wash., DC., visiting .
with his 'sister,. Mrs; Edythe :
Wars Among the highlights of .
his trip was a Christmas dinnerat .'
the beautiful home of Mrs. :'
Wars at 3919 Illinois: Ave., NW.
In attendance were Mr. and Mrs.
Fred B. Reeves, Mr. and Mrs.
Burt Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. ..1- '.
Luther Boyd and, of course, H
North and the Wars. Also a vis.
it to the Pavllllon of Peace

where the embassies Christmas of the messages nations from of This Gorgeous Home Can Be' Yours

the world surrounded a giant
Christmas tree decorated with BRAND NEW BEDROOM CBS HOME i--= HURRY;I BROWN!ISUB.: :SEE 2991
more than 15,000 lights. The

,White the House surrounding In the backgroundand scenery of N.W. 43RD TERRACE. NO CLOSING COSTS., 1 -MORTGAGE |ONLY:. -,BUILTIN -

a week of snow made a beautiful .
picture for a truly white Christ OVEN AND RANGE, REAR SCREENED, ; FLORIDA ROOM. .
New Year's Mr and '
mas. eve 't.
r "
Mrs. North spent the day visiting I t, '1l', .. .. .f ;. .
old acquaintances In Havana and Only $795: .'Down '
re-evaluating the tourist market
since the new regime.
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Only $495 Down Custom built, brand new 3-bed. Only $595. Down
room 2 baths 2-car
SEE 1739 N.W. 59th STREET Brand new bedroom CBS
2-bedroom, newly decorated.' 1 80x100, corner, Florida room, '
homes. Close to NW 62nd St.
city water buses
mortgage, no closing costs. $75 shopping near
monthly.' I I. by. For the particular buyer. Buses, Iho pinr. See us to show

S = tt r r. r A.or

$595 Down f Only$495, Down BEAUTY OF A DUPLEX

Why pay rent when you can For this large 2-bedroom CBS
fUND INCThe move right into this brand. new home. Tremendous all rear jal I: See 5700; NW 10th Ave.

bedroom Locka. CBS home. Opa ousiedl! Florida room. Total. : And then see us
One mortgage.,, $85 I
Is mutual to-, month. $11,500. Priced low. Will not
Dreyfus Fund I last. Hurry 1 i Only;$1,495 Down
vestment fund in which t IN m.. See 1541 N.W. 154th St. I I JI

agement hopes to make your IT I I
money grow and takes whit :!:: !! : 3-bedroom, 2 ba\1is. Beauty I

it consider sensible risks 5-bedrooms 2 baths. Furnished, CBS, tile roof comer, Florida'
CLOSE BY ONLY $59'5 DOWN large family or rent one side! room, air,/conditioned, oven and
In that direction.
See 1088 N.W. 55th Ter. Terrific. range' carporte. one mortgage
...you cm Inmt montkly ,In. pnly. No closing costs. This is itl I
DREYFUS INVESTMENT PROGRAM 2-bedroom, newly painted. Only SEE 7800 N.W. 15TH AVENUE: ..
let Use .,.t..tI. I<<..rht1.. one mortgage. No closing costs.
M FttN wes.rU S &0-,....'.... Only $995 Down2bedroom J
C.III'''''''' If. ......... .,,,...&' $88 month.
p.ip.da'".."..M) -

,:J. D. Mayor & Co. .. doll house. Stove Only $395 DownOne
I WI 5-2225 or WI 7-4458 and refrigerator, carport, beautiful mortgage at $50 month.
P. O. Box 41 Uleta Branch N.W. 18th Ave., N.W. 154th St. yard. Move right In. No Total price only $5,495. Small
Brand new 3-bedroom CBS home closing costs. One.mortgage only. house, furnished, couple..
opposite school. $795 down. 1
Clifford R. Matthews Sr. mortgage only. See 7753 N.W. 15th Ave. See 7531 N.W. '15th Ave.
2292 N.W. 52nd St.

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