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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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." 39TH YEAR, NO. 17 t MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 32 PAGES Price lOc ;

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Albany DemonstratorsFreed jllernj Pinder Faces I


: 5-Year Term I


; 60-Day Truce Set >, .Longtime numbers boss, How It "
and Piiuler was hit with anotherfederal t
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charge Thursday vlo- 'f
City officials of Albany da., Cjiristrns1t latlon of the probation that kept 'I i 4'
" agreed Monday to release 42? him out of prison and in contlnu- 1 -\

.!.v demonstrators from jail in time MERCURY ':: rlctlon ed circulation after a 1959 flea I ,

for Christmas. The Negroes
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CAPSULE ON A U. S. District Judge signed I
I :' agreed to a ,06 day trace in their1antl ,' t the order for the new pick-up. It I

"" -segregation demonstrations. EXHIBITDade follows Finder's arrest last Sat I (
urday In a raid on an alleged
A bl racial committee workedout
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will have numbers counting house at
residents a
p an agreement and the demonstrators Central Dint.JJerman .
chance to view a full..eized replica
e( were released ony C. Robson, chief fed1' ,I""{ .
their own signatures by Judge of the Mercury Capsule at .the eral probation officer here eharg'ed II
Museum of Science and Natural '
Abner Israel. : < that the recent arrest chow
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History for four days :beginning ed that Tinder "violated the

z ,It Is believed, that, the .cases Dec. 28, .. special conditions of the proba' I
':. may never be brought to trial tlon imposed in 11)50.) I

it the Negroes discontinue demonstrating There is no admission charge Grabbed with him at the time'In

I, lie had no plans for for the exhibit and special ,space what was described aa a

pushing for trial, "So long" as films which are being lent to $30,000 a week numbers opera- i :
everything runs smoothly, Pof' tlon were his nephew and Doris I
the Museum by the National ,
lice Chief Laurie Pritchett said. McDonald. ;
Aeroautlca and Space Administration :: 1 .1 i
Saturday more than 230"marchers" 1I Only an added $1,000 bond
\. Including was demanded after Saturday ar
were arrested. J I
s rest as Pinder Is already under ; :
Dr. Martin Luther King The 25 foot high capsule the
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the Rev. Ralph Abernathy and actual size of the historic craftof a 110,000 bond on his apn<*nl' I'

",M. Dr. W. G. Anderson, president' Astronauts. Alan Shephard, from the probation lu the 1919 '
*" of the, Albany Movement. The Virgil Griseoin and Enos, the case.A.
\,. chief of police took the three chimp, will be housed In a conviction on the probation
I leaders into his office "for an special tent on museum groundsat charge could force Pinder into : i.
-v-. Interview and for their own 3280 South Miami Ave. Let us oil remember the bjetsed story end serving all of the five years ot
,>' safety." II I I the 1959 sentence,
1 r.' m It will be open from 10 a.m. Its lessons. Let us kee faith and love In
f. :Shortly afterward the three to 5 p.m., Dec. 28; 9 a.m. to 6 1 .

men, guarded by three, detectives p.m Dec. 2930 and from 1 to 6 tour hearts for all mans 11'' j and this will bea NAT'L BAPTIST :
one of whom carried a p.m. Dec. 31.
:
machine hurriedly car- PRESIDENT'i"
gun, were
ried away to an unnamed desti The capsule will how the ac truly Joyous NoellRATTLERS' .
nation. tual couch inside the craft whicha .. ; SEES POPE' :
life-sized mannikin dressed ina : I, '
Chrill -
Although more than 700 were space eult.. Also In the tent with .. _.. VATICAN CITY The Rev
arrested during the week Sun- Mercury will be a series of pan I ... -1-\. J, H. Jackson of Chicago, Baptist
day the Shiloh Church was els graphically portraying the I dent of the National Baptist
crowded to hear the next move pre-orbital flight of man in the I MIRANDA GETS RUDOLPH IS TOP Convention had a half hours private
ft in their campaign to "break the capsule, and the orbital flight I audience with Pope John "
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...* $12,000 GIANTCONTRACT
back of segregation proposed for January 1962. '
{ I WOMAN ATHLETE Wednesday. The ;meeting was in ..
the Pontiff's library in tbo Vati

Wilma Randolph, the tall can palace.It .
Tallahassee Curtis Miranda second visIt
was the courtesy i i
star center for the Florida A and willowy girl who doean't be within two months by an

M University Rattlers, receiveda lieve in hurrying unless she' .American Protestant leader. Tho

m $4,000 bonus and signed a .wearing track shoes easily outdistanced Rt. Rev. Arthur C, Llchtenberger -
f $12,000 contract with the New all opposition In win presiding bishop of the Epls- i .'
: York Giants of the National ning the Associated Pres' awardas copal Church, called on Pope i t
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,, Football League the female athlete of the John Nov. 11, '
Six other members of the '61 year for 1961.It 'I
Rattler grid squad signed to play ERNIE DAVIS /
professional football next sea was the second straight year
I son Coach Jake Gaither now Miss Rudolph finished on top in SIGNS FOR $80,000
$ has 15 former Rattlers under the annual Associated.Press yearend -
Cl..EVI'LANDThe; Cleveland ,
professional contracts.
poll.
Drowns annunced Thursday night <
v'T' I Rattlers signing contracts recently ,:I>
that American Halfback J<:r-
250
: In addition to Miranda In the 1961 voting by
aretackle
I bports writer and broadcast nle Davis of Syracuse agreed to
Willie Clarlngton, New
named first sign a Cleveland contract.
; York Olantu balfbaok Eugene I ers, Wilma was on
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White Oakland Raiders halfback 178 ballot. Mickey Wright, the Arthur Model!, board chairmanand
; queen of women's professionalgolf chief executive officer of the
Nathaniel
Tucker Pittsburgh
was second and Darlene Drowns, said Daviti agreed for
1'r Steelers end Eddie
Simmons
a 9 A. ; Hard, the U, M, tennis titleholder $65,000 for the period and will
Dallas Texas tackle Tom
.
II'i' third. receive $15,000 bonus.
''W was ,
my Chandler, Boston Patriots} ti I
and end Bernie Cam, Buffalo
Bills. A

Rattler halfback Clarence "

Chllds of the SCO squad Is sitting
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out a year of ineligibility i
with the Giants Halfback Willie
fri Galimore 1$ with the Chicago \
Bears Other pro players are
tackle Willie I.ee, the Bears;
halfback Ay Frailer, Denver
t Broncos. ; tackle Willie McClung, I
Detroit Lions; center Willie
Taylor, Hamilton Tiger-Cats; : I
tac le Riley Morrfo, Oakland : ; Vr r'
Raiders and Willie Barber, Calgary .
Stampeders of the Can. _
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dlan League. _

Miranda will play In the an
nual All-American Bowl game in ,
Tucson, Arizona Dec. 30.
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The Pan American World Airways Miss Pan American for last year.
Employees Social Club held Runner-up was Miss Grace MAN 104 DIES
its annual Miss Pan American Moore, third attendant was Miss '
contest at Jhe home of the pres Ira Johnson fourth Miss Barbara Johnson Alexander, 104 years :r.
ident Roosevelt Wlnfleld, 1730 I Webb and fifth Miss Joan old died at his home in Lebanon,

NW 68th at. Adderley.The Va., this week after a long ill ,. .
ness. ---- --- --
Six very lovely) young ladle new queen and her attendants
competed for the title. They graced the prizewinningPan Alexander was born on a farm IN SHRINE GAME At left, Nolan Jones, 170 lb. 'I

were Joan Adder),.. Lottie Gray, American float in the near Lebanon in 1857 and his halfback from Arizona State University, and Bennie Me- ; ,
parentAl were owned by a family
Grace Ira Johnson Moore,and Bvplyn Barbara Webb Lewis, Orange the Blossom Orange Bowl.Classic paradeand named Alexander Twenty years Rae, 168 Ib. halfback from the University of Michigan

The charming Miss Lottie The queen wore an exquisite ago he retired from farming are two of the stars that will be seen in the annual Mahi 'f'

Gray was winner. She was long white gown, long white His survivors are three sons, Shrine Temple College All-Star football game, Christmas I'

crowned queen for 1961.62 by gloves and carried a beautiful IS grandchildren grandchildren and one 60 great great night In Miami's Orange Bowl Both boys are expected to t

11LNs Barbara Webb, the former bouquet of red carnations great.grandchild. see plenty of action. 1 j

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NORTH DADE Gladys McKenzie as Ruth; Abigail Walter Younger. He gave the
Thompkins and Betty Tucker role the kind of characterizationthat
RATES HIGH as Beneatha Franklin Miss Hansberry wrote in
Knowles and Willie Wilson as the script. His performance was
WITH "A RAISIN IN Travis! Curt Murchison, Willie superb.
THE SUN"The Sims as Abigail and Fred Fordas Gladys Perry did an excellentJob
Bomo. as Mama. Her acting duringthe
Others in the cast were William highly emotional scenes APTS. LOW RATES
North, Dade Thespians'first Mears and Emerson Miller. brought tears to the eyes of the
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IlMt'in' In the Sun," was a huge Gladys McKenzie received the EFFICIENCIES and 1 & 2 BEDROOMS
success and wa magnificently "Best Supporting Actress Award" I I Abigail Thompkins and Betty
tended, on Dec 12, 13 and 14 for her portrayal of Ruth in the Tucker! who shared the role of
In Opa Lock, play at the annual South Flori Beneatha gave outstanding par- Furnished or Unfurnished
There warp tremendous applause da Thespian Conference held at mances of the college girl type.
for the cast, which lasted Southwest ST. High School on North Dade has received several
thru six curtain calls. The play Saturday. This is the first time congratulatory letter* from
by Lorra'ne Hansb rry won the that a Negro student In this persons who attended the per FREE GAS CTRICITY. '
Drama Circle Critics Award In state has received this honor. formances. All feel that thev
19R9. Her performance a* Ruth was saw a movIng performance" of WATER ,. .'I ,
Chicago's Southslde Is 'the set excellent. a truly outstanding pray. Fred '. ',(. ,
ting of the story. It is a story Beautiful performances weree Ford and Patsy Ferguson were a j" l'
of a young man and his family given also by John Pryor as stage managers.
who fight to maintain their dignity
and respect.!!, The mother inherited -,> 222 NW 22nd Street
$10,000 from her deceased ""
husband. Her son, Walter THE MIAMI TIM& MIAMI, FLORIDA
'trle to FO Into .business for himself Call Mr. Myers 377-4149
: to that he can pit his Job PAGE .2 SASfe>AY, DECEMBER 23, 1961
'as a chauffeur. He feels'that the Bus 5 Stops at corner near building
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"'sslf Is to stop working for the

'white man.Although. For 'Sale- must these
it's against her will see new
the mother gives him some of
the money to invest in this business -

home, but for uses the part family of in it to an buya all- 3 And 4 Bedroom 2 Bath Homes A

white neighborhood. In the mean-
time, the white home owners Corner 8th Ave. at 56th St.
fend a representative to buy the '
house back from Mama at al I' lit
most double the value of the $1,500 CASH ROUTIN'JODIIN'
home EO that the neighborhood
could remain white. Dut Mama Open Sun. 3 to 5 or call JE 1-5973
doesn't sell: and they move into
the neighborhood.The lad
play Is a powerful piece: oftterature.
; Sidney Poltler, Claudia T r
McNeal and .Huby Dee starred in
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the Award.New York Drama Critics Own Your Own Home In 1962 1j'

The North Dade cast for this WINE
drama included: John Pryor aa :
Walter} Gladys Perry as Mama;
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High School of Cosmetology, has
completed her internship in hairstyling Mctlicholas
under the guidance of Realty
Mrs. Beatrice Moore and Mrs. I GOLDER SPUR
Sallie Collins. For that ;youthful
look, let Delores style your hair. 7927 N.W. 27th Ave.
She is also Mrs. Collns assistantat
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II,. >JI lamA THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA .

Eugenia Thomas Chargedin JOYOUS .SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 PAGE"3 .

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CHRISTMAS .. '
Murder Conspiracy DRAPE SP i ,. ': \'


BRUCE DECORATORS
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Released on $2,500 a supposed bolita counting I .
house. FREE ESTIMATES :
I Bond Mrs. Eugenia Thomas was ar- -1
reeled Tuesday and released on PRE.XMAS SALE \s
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with "conspiracy to commit a i"ft\ DHAPES CARPETING SLIP COVERS REUPHOLSTERINfl
felony resulting In first degree \ 1 .i"
4 murder." s Phone for decorator to help you in your home I

Police said Mrs. Thomas plan-
ned the robbery I to which AubreyW. True., Christmas Joy comer Phone NA 4.5738 I II

; Henry, 27, of 1322 NW 5th from within the h..rt- I Terms Arranged ;1
aj4 c court and Clarence Simpson, 28, ffI1.d with h ppiiness this 'I I .
shot Mrs. Beatrice "Tny" 'I
Dunaway to death. Chrlitmai-m.y the New DRAPES
e Henry and Simpson have been Year b. bright and full of ..,.,
charged with first degree mur accomplishment. ...... "- -. ...ro............... ..++ +k"dY rerr+rwt. :. IC7BARKIEY'S /
R der, Joe Millings Sr., 37, of 1322 MYERS' SUNDRY

NW 5th court, a third man, Is 569 N.W. 20th St. CUT-RATE STOREThe
{ mM.S&? be'ng:: held for questioning.
Police quoted Mrs. Thomas as Mr. and Mrs Fred Myersl :
saying in a written confeslon FR 94662GREETINGS Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome ; .ii

"I advice.was Just She giving admitted them ,motherly police 'JlJI IoafafoAA JlaJlJlJlJlJlJI fa9oDleKKKK I 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 !'I 'Iy'+I

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plan the of the al- ,
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Scott's Emulsion Hair Cream 2.50 I I
leg I'd bolita counting house. & Glow Cream ........ 75 I ,
Police said Mrs. Thomas ad. Lxtone ................................ .*..7sBleach plus tax j I

vised the bandit trio, "If you 7.20 ...............,,......,.......... 1.75 old 07 HerRamont L j : (
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EUGENIA THOMAS loz. Free Dolls 1.08 to 12.08 ,
Charged in Slajlng I '
Gifts of all descriptions. Use our layaway i
A socially prominent Miami
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. !
accused
woman was Wednesdayof
.being the master-mind Jn JOHN A. McMINN Owner i
plotting a robbery that resultedIn
a cold.blooded murder on Oct. J ._'" ........ '
28, when three bandits held up I s {

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GETS CHAIR FOR ''

WOMANDaniel SLAYING OF OUR TO FRIENDS ALL Christmas at St. Agnes' :


Mr. and Mrs Calong wltm
Grant 31, of 3201 ;. S.
Douglas Road. Was+ sentenced to the faculty and staff of Cox's

death on Tuesday after a Circuit KIM)EUGA11TEN GARTEN
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Court jury found him guilty of LF1 take tills time to wish one and .
the murder of Mrs. Rebecca Mu all n. -
del In the upholstery shop she
MERRY CHRISTMAS and a I
and her husband
2623 SW 37th ave.,operated and where at ---- -------_._--- HAPPY NEW YEAH The public is cordially invited to join the ever swell. .. .

Grant was porter. MR$. HCATIUCK RUNAWAY D>l i AAAltlifofrlrAl AA>wli7rlrhKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK ing throng wending their way to the big, beautiful I
Judge Ha! P. Dekle was emo Died In Robberyhave dKKKKKKG5 church with a warm welcome, to salute the new- .

tlonally sentence touched on aa Grant he Imposedthe who Is to shoot shoot low." born King at the solemn midnight (Christmas) Mass, ,.

a father. of five children. The The bandits ued her front T Sunday night, Christmas Eve at. 10:40 o'clock.
defense attorney. Ray Munson porch as a lookout for the house Christmas will mean more to you if you worship at I
wept; but Grant was calm. across the street at 1661 NW
Throughout the three-day trial 5th place police said. 1With St. Agnes Episcopal Church
he said "I still Bay I am not Mrs. Thomas Is the wife of
guilty." Judge L. E. Thomas Miami's 1750 Northwest Third Avenue
Since the Jury did not recom- first Negro Judge and the firstIn "
mend mercy the death sentencewas the South In this century. I
mandatory.In Judge Thomas Is highly es THE SCENERY: An illuminated Manger- of
passim! sentence, Judge teemed in law enforcement Cradle with the Christ-Child nettled
Dekle said to Grant: circles and In the community in the arms of his blessed Virgin
"As you and I face each otherI "generally. He was shocked and.
want to digress a little and distressed at the arrest of his we hope *h.t Mother, the quaking Shepherds, the
ask you If you have a religion." wife and did not hold court this you will Star of Bethlehem and the Wise Men
holiday season
The prisoner replied that he Is Wednesday mark the beginning of a presenting their costly gifts of gold, .'
a Baptist. Continued the Judge Judge Thomas has said he will It
"Well, then you have learned stick by his wife all the way. lasting era of peace on frankincense and myrrh. All against a

through your religion that you The story took an Ironic twist earth, good will to men. background of three altars banked
have eternal life and that there when It was learned the police Merry Christmas! with seasonal flowers and multicolored ;
Is a God whose birth we are who did moft to crack the mur- MR. AND MRS. lights.
about to recognize and who
was der case was, Mrs. Thomas'
about your age when He died on brother, Officer Willie (Dig BEN 'NIXON and FAMILY PAGEANTRY AND 'DRAMA Rich Christmas pageantry -
the cross. Nick) Nicholson. Ills Investigations 15900 N.W. 22nd Ave.
"I trust you will look to Him led to the arrest of the Locka 'Fla. accetuate the drama of the Holy Mass parti (
Opa
and pray to Him and may God three men. They eventually Implicated cipated in by scores of acolytes, servers and sacred "
have mercy on your soul." who turned Oil r> "JI.JlJlJlJlJI..JI."
a woman ministers moving in service with soldierly precisionand
It was the first murder casA out to be his sister '
all the celestial
to
for both Judge and mathematical accuracy -
attorney, and A Lf >AAIoADoti".JI..JIJIJIJIJIJIJI"
Judge Dekle: preliminary hearing for of Moller Pipe Organ and
praised Munson for the three defendents has been accompaniment a grand
the defense. set for January 5 before Peace featuring St. Agnes' seraphic choir.
With tears streaming down his Justice Ralph Ferguson.
cheeks, Munson said he will appeal Yes, Christmas means more when you hail the j
the case to the Florida Su newborn King at St. Agnes'.
preme Court.tKK'tKKKKKKK. Streets to be Closed 1 May the holl I

QKK'r rCKrRCK tKrp days be filled Calendar of Services

For Skating ,a with happiness Joy and for Sunday, December 24th, the 4th Sunday in Advent

The following streets have you and your (Christmas Eve) ,

bepn chosen as skating areas 'family.SATELLITE Low Mass 7:00 a.m. \
i.....:. during the Christmas Eve and
New Year's Day. Barricade will c Sy Solemn Sung Mass, Procession and /

be placed In the area on Christ ; Sermon .... 8:45 a.m.

f..... ,. mas Eve days and placed In the NOTIJj-JThJw rh :
position on the streets Christ
t1'- the the regular 10H5: to Bjlfl ",.m. 'in done to make
-V'' man morning through cour-
tesy of the City Commissioners, It IMMMIM for all KpiMCoMtllans| to tiow on TV
tiiemj I the Miami Police Dept. and Sepia Station WTVJ Cluuiiwl 4, the recent consecra
Christmas.It
Mayor Charles Hadley.DOWNTOWN .
tion of the lit. Ilev. June L. Duncan, and the

hIS always' beta AREA LOUNGE Itt. Her. WlllUm L. Hargrove to tho Uplsco-
Fourth Ave. between 14th and 6222 N.W. 7th Are. Jete on WodnetMlajr and Thursday, respectively. '
our pfcisuro fo prs- 17th Sts.
Rosetta Clem Hattie
serve the spirit and LIBERTY CITY AREA Wilbur Brassfield, Mgr. Solemn Vespers .... ........".......... .. ........ 6:30 p.m.
good will of the holt 57th St. between 13th and
14th aves. 65th St. between 12th 1C1C'C1C1C1C1C1C1C1CIC Christmas Eve-Carol Singing ................ 10:45 p.m.
day season and and 14th aves.
fo each of Solemn High Mass and Communion 11:40 p.m.
our
COCONUT GROVE MONROE MUSIC HOUSE

friends wy, "Marry Plaza St. between Day ave. Christmas Day-Low Mass ."......... ........ 9:30 a.m.
and Fla avtl.Support. & Church Furniture Supply
Christmas; and
a Everything In Gospel Music A BLESSED CHRISTMAS TO ALL OUR :
Happy Hew Year!'
Phone 374-7565 PARISHIONERS AND FRIENDS
GRANT the Fight for .
DRIVE INN
820 NW 3rd AvenueGet
15055 N.W. 22nd Ave. Freedom ...tlC'ClC'CIC'tl(" "IC" CIClC'CIC'( II CICC'CIC1C'C1CICI! KKa't ,+.o f.
1002 Commentaries
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4 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 Bishop of South Carolina. :
t Attending Presbyters were: The Rev. Samuel Fleming Greetingsall
of Ft. Lauderdale and the Rev. Charles F. Langlandof
St. Peters berg. The Rev. Warren Densmore was masster f

of ceremonies. .,
Readers of Testimonials were as follows: Certificate jt ,.'
ef evidence of election, Rev. Richard Brown; Canonical} Wlj .\

testimonial, Mr.\ Arthur S. Gibson, secretary of the stand ITo
ing committee certificate of ordination of Deacon and
Main Ofriie at GT4O N.W. 13th Av ine-Phono OX 1-O421 ;
Itranrh at 1112 N." ". Third Ave., Miami Florid*-.Phone Fit 32230H. Priest, the Very Rev. George M. Alexander, D.D. Deanof
the Theological School, University of the South, Se-:
J:. SIGISMVXD REEVES Editor and Publisher the Rev.
Tenn. Consent of standing committees-
CURTI C. REEVES Managing Editor wanee, ;
George Paul Reeves of Sarasota ; Consent of the Bishops,
Entered SM Second Class Matter August, 1D27, at the Post Office the Rt. Rev. Charles Carpenter, D.D., Bishop of Alabama.A of you-out
at )Miami Florida, under the act of March 3, 1870 inspiring
congregation of more than 3,000 enjoyed this and patroni
Member of the Associated Negro Frees service. Music by the organ and trumpets was en- we wish a very merri
Member>> of the National Newspaper Publishers Association
chanting.On est of merry Christ
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Thursday morning at the St. Luke's Cathedral mases.
ONE YEAR $.'5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $O.OO Orlando, the consecration service and music were again

enjoyed when the Rev. William Lofton Hargrave, who MENDEZ CUBAN MIT'
"CREDO OF TIm NEGRO PRESS" served as Executive Secretary and actuary of the Diocesefor
THE NEGRO PRESS beUerm that America,ran best lead the world 380 N.W. 17th Sh
from racial and national antagonism when It accordn to every man many years was consecrated a Suffragan Bishop.
regardless of race color or creed hU human and legal rights Hatingno Presiding Bishop Lichtenberger, consecrator, was also tams aa +tjJlJl )dCharles
man fearing no man-the Negro Press strirtt* to help every man celebrant at the Holy Communion. Co-consecrators: Bishop
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long a* anyone Is held
back. Henry I. Louttit, D.D., and the Rt. Rev. Walter Gray,
D.D. S.T.D., D.C.L, Bishop of Connecticut, Sermon by

"For unto you h born this day in the city of David a Savior Rt. Rev. Thomas Henry Wright D.D., Bishop of East
which !Is Christ the Lord Duke 211. Carolina, Litany, Rt. Rev. James Duncan, M.A., Suffra- :_
gan Bishop of Florida.

CHRISTMASThis Presenting Bishops: Rt. Rev. William Marmion, ;' t

Bishop of Southwestern Virginia Rt. Rev. Edward Ham-
year Christmas comes on :Monday. Sunday, ;
Christmas Eve, should make this day even more eventful, ilton West, D.D., Bishop of Florida; Presbyters, Rev. I v fS
as Christians celebrate the birthday of our Lord on the Richard Brown of Lake Wales secretary of the Diocese: Y

day we commemorate as our Lord's Day. This day shouldbe Rev. Canon LeRoy Lawson, D.D., of Deland.

and we are sure it will be, brimful with Christmas Master of ceremonies, Very Rev. Frances Gray, Deanof
festivities St. Luke, Orlando.
Ministers of the Consecration The Rev. Alexander !
We realize there will be worldly activities, but after :
Rodger, secretary of the House of Bishops; Registrar, _
all, let there be first things first. No one should want the
Rev. James Stout-Senberger of Boca Raton.
celebration of the birth of Our Lord who was born to
save mankind, relegated to second place. Each bishop had an attending chaplain. Reading testi- I
monials: Very Rev. Sydney Browne, the Hon. Sydney H.
There time when generally I
Sunday was pretty _
was a
Taylor. The Ven. John E. Culmer LL.D.. _
D.D, the Rev, _
regarded as, and treated as the Lord's Day. Paul Reeves.
Businesses had every respect for the day. Now opening -
Consent of the
The
Bishops Rt.
: Rev. Harewood
is headway. It is becoming
on Sundays gaining a com- _
thing. Sturtevant, D.C.L., L.D., Bishop of Fond du Lac, retired.
mon
Some claim it is a convenience, and may be it is, but A capacity congregation, very interest sermon. R. HadleySepia

in the old days when business was closed down, people Eighteen bishops were present.Ye "Mayor"of
seemed to have gotten along all right. Editor would like to thank Fr. and Mrs. Samuel Miami, Florida
Browne at whose home he
lived in St. Petersburg for
In the entertainment world, there was a time when Extends
kindnesses shown during his stay in their city and Fr. and
dances
began after midnight on Sundays. We are more Mrs Nelson
modern today.In Pinder of Orlando. Season's GreetingsTO

this respect we could join in the singing of "Giveme ALL OF HIS FRIENDS
that old time religion: It's good enough for me".
Let's think about this. We have six days for ourselves I Merry Christmas I AND WELL WISHERS

The Seventh is The Lord's. Should we envy Him -
having it?
AREAS RESERVEDFOR
ABOVE ALL ELSE is the caption of the following holidays \
the -
May
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story on Christmas by the Rt. Rev. Arthur Lichtenberger, SKATING
D.D., S.T.D., presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church: ?I be filled. ( 1 During Holidays

ABOVE ALL ELSE I with joy and 1. DOWNTOWN AREA

Christmas means that God is at hand. He is with us r happiness for 4th ave. between 14th and

Christmas is not simply one day out of three hundred and | you and your 17th sts.

sixty-five. It is true, of course, that the day after Christ family. 2. LIBERTY CITY AREA
mas we all go back to work, some weary and heavyhearted 57th st. between 13th and
We read the statistics of the dead and injured on 14th aves. 65th st. between

our highways; we are aware again, after a brief respite, 12th and 14th aves.
of how precarious the world's is glance '
peace ; we anx- ESTER'S MARKET 3. COCONUT
iously up at the sky to see what new thing is circling GROVE
there. The. tree begins to' droop, the wreaths to fade. It 1710 NW 151st Street Plaza st. between Day and

will be a long time until December twenty-fifth comes .Opa.,.Locka MU 1-9114 i Florida aves.
nirain. But once we have made room for Christ in our UvesI I .a a a. a samAaa wmar -asaxaaam lAkMOiMfe- ----- -I ana-.Aaaas-aa--axxE

the fact of Christmas is with us every day the fact E#{l9bl HKft? KH !ik ?tlillklk lk lk? ?lkirKriiX !

God so loves the world that He comes Into it. And having

come He does not go away. X

This f Is what Christmas means to Christians. Jesusof & fct! 31tHljes fur aty !
Nazareth, a first-'century man who lived in Palestine: Sjnlifcagaufo tUiUU

was nevertheless "God of God who for us men and
for our salvation was made man." This is what God wIlt l NPUI :Ipar
did in Christ. When He came, it was not to inaugurate an
annual celebration when good will and a spirit of gener- XZ

osity might abound for a time. God came into the world 9

to lead as out of our frustration and helplessness and des .
pair. He comes now, as He came that first Christmas. "He Ii
comes, and loves, and saves, and frees us." ;


YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe VI .

Editor attended the Consecration of two Bishops .VI iiiujihrnthJ II'I
of the Episcopal Church this week and it was a history- Jn
making occasion not only in the Diocese, but in the whole ,

church.Wednesday morning at St. Peter's Church, St. ;;

Petersburg, the Rev. James J. Duncan, rector of St.
Peters was elevated to the Bishopric (Suffraoran) by the i

Most Rev. Arthur C. Lichtenberger D.D., S.T.D., Presid- AFRO AMERICAN LIFE
ing Bishop of the Episcopal Church. INSURANCE CO.

Co-consecrators were : the Rt. Rev. John Vander- P ,JACKSONVILLE

horst, D.D.. Bishop of Tennessee and the Rt. Rev.Henry ''VI it FLORIDA .._... 2?
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I. Louttit D.D., Bishop of the Diocese of South Florida. ; r Dr. James
H.
The Rt. Rev. Albert Stuart, D.D.. Bishop of Georgia delivered VI Lewis, chairman.president!

the sermon; the Rt. Rev. Charles Avery Mason, Mr. O. D. James. ii
D.D., Bishop of Dallas read the Litany, and presenting y manager Miami District and Awt. Agency Director
The Rt. Rev. Iverson Noland D.D.
bishops were: Bishop VI
Coadjutor of Louisiana, and the Rt. Rev. Gray Temple 4\) 2. ?
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Brazilian Attache Christmas season in Brazil.
THANK YOU This address was the first in a ,
Please allow me the opportunity SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 PAGE 5 Speaks at Liberty I series which will ,bring to Liberty "
to thank my many friends 7q? faA lsfa >Iio m9 3 7 A1p .>a>.h m o >rf B JllJt>alv Dola wolsASia tllL City Elementary a number of
who so kindly and generously City ElementaryLaban outstanding personalities.
assisted and encouraged me during C. Conner. nud,tbl1 mem Following, the address the
my recent illness. bers of his 4th ,grade class were guest was eecorUd by ,Mrs..; Mary
I particularly mention my hosts on Monday to'ftafael Ifalra, P. William, principal, and Mr.
priest the, Rev. Fr. John & Calmer of the physical
Cultural Attache of Hhe Brazil* Conner on a tour
and the guilds of St. 'Agnea ian Consulate Office bore In Miami I plant. Mr. Neira expressed a
Episcopal Church, the Friend Speaking .fro&rjnhe theme, i delight in having been a guest I
ship Garden and Civic ClubJand' "Chrlt. tmas In. Brazil*' Mr Ne- of the school and his visit was i
the ladies of Chi Eta Phi Sorority ira gave a vivid,;plgfure At them highly enjoyed.

Miss Grace Hlggs, baslleus, ___F __
9 1 11r>tOkAAAfo7 lo7rAlof]o i7paa--faAmm9ibT
also the nurses, nurses aides and -- --
orderlies of east wing second M
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floor of Jackson Hospital; and
last but not least my thanks to
Fr. Gibson of Christ Episcopal I
Church who found time to visit
me. Also a thought of appreciation h
goes to my co-workers of w
the USPO Biscayne Annex. ,
My confinement has been
quite an experience for me, andI Plu..nt t mtmorif wondtrful) friendships. .. promiiing f.,."",. .. .
truthfully cay that I now havea
keener and more genuine con this are just a few of the |joys wt with for .fl of our friends -.; .
cept of what kindness and en w
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couragement om really mean. .nd patron .t this Yulttidt St ior and very' Happy N.w Yttrl
Again thank you, each and 'REFLECTS GAY WISHES i;
everyone and may God abundantly -

b'ess Gratefully you. George K. Sands, D.D.S. May the warmth' of Alt I \\

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notified that on Sunday Dec. 24 I ."
Edwin
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Post No. 8195 will hold Its regular *
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8:30 p.m. at the Chamber of tP,1, t'i
Commerce Building.I .

I The Chamber of Commerce of .
West Hollywood: will hold Jw! '. ,, i
regular meeting on January 8. : ;,, "

All members, please be present / J ) : d i
at this Important meetingIn -; "
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lywood left last Friday, Dec. IB is an imposing building. It has was supplied by Atlantic: Equip
for Nassau to attend the AME wooden frame structure ment Co. Cal's opens from 6
replaced
Church Conference. Mrs. Abbie to 1 a.m.
which sometime ago made news a.m.
Days was a delegate from Mt. it burned down. Shown ,on the photo: Bessie
after was
Zion AME Church. Rev. Joshua that Fenell, Nellie Mae Youngblood
The name of the place
: Scipio also attended.Dowe's James Youngblood owner, Ea-
----- burned down was Cal's Restaurant
Barber Shop and Eleanor's and that is the only similarity dine Benton Elizabeth Baker
'": buildIng not shown.
between the present -
Beauty Salon and Its personnel -
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and the place that burned:
wish each and everyone
.,j down. ,Everything else: has tin-
and
a Merry Christmas a Happy
.. r1.E gone a change except the
,ur 4A New Year. Fight TB
nr) of food and beer wines and ser

The Sunday School of New vice.On
Macedonia Baptist Church, Rev. the night of the grand
N. H. Phillips, pastor, will render opening of Cal's Lounge and rostaurant -
Its Christmas play Tuesday with plenty ,of free park-
night, Dec. 26. ing and lounging area the place i
was BO over crowded that a man
The St. Luke Primitive Baptist had to be placed at the door toIlet
4 Church, 4205 SW 18th St., West I the folks in and out! The
Hollywood, will hold all night 'popular owner and hi* attr.ictlve
Christmas service. Various ministers ,wife and staff have been labelled
of our city will preach.All the king and queen of Browns
( "1M fI{;t---...wI are. Invited. Rev. Ellis ville restaurant business. There 1

"There's no ''business like show I Classic In Miami. Miss Calloway King, pastor. were too many persona presentto hi
business! I I now makes her home In Miami name them all:, Annie Lou
Current top song stylist Arthur and is Community Relations Director RlCICtClClClCICICICIC1C'ClC1ClCtC"lClCeclC' Davis, Donnie Peters, Darnell
Prysock is warmly greeted by of Radio Station WMBM. Meadows, 'Ernest Thomas Jr.,
former great entertainer Blanche Prysock was featured in a Miami Mitchell Robins Jr.
Calloway during Orange Blossom 1 Nltery.I GreetingsTO The staff, consists of Ruby Use Christmas Seals
__ L __.___ Youngblood, Bessie Fennell, Ea-
i& & &&&& dine Benton, Elizabeth Baker,

PEOPLES DRUG STORE -- BARBECUEAND Eddie Youngblood, plus a day
crew. Southern Construction Co.
Join Your NAACP
LUNCHEONETTE is responsible for the building

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A lovely, lovely 2 bedroom made In the past and look forward too
with Fla. room, partly furnished i

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land 12th Ave. An unusual I

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'be yours throughout the New Year ALL "John" Murray "Kay" Marsh"Manny"

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THE MIAMI TIMES l MIAMI, FLORIDA Announcement

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 PAGE 1I Mr. and MM. Desmond!! Josephof

the West Indies are happy to
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announce the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Malvlna:
ALONG FREEDOM'S ROAD\ Joseph to Sgt. Nathaniel Eugene
I Dennett Jr. Miss Joseph is. an
SRN and a licensed midwife.
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The completed her schooling at .

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School In the West Indies and
Nearly coinciding with the end Moore case; I found out that he her nursing at Popler Hospital In
of the year 1961, it is both Inter- had been a relentless ,fighter for :England Sgt. Dennett Is the son
esting and encouraging to hear freedom and civil rights; at the of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Bennett -
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about the determination and time of his death he had been Sr., of 314 Amelia St. Key I
courage shown by so many Albany working throughout the state to West. Sgt. Dennett completedhis
Georgia citizens. get better salaries for Negro schooling at Douglas High
teachers. School In 1965. Presently he Is J
THE ALBANY PROTESTThat
serving In the Air Force In Eng I
HARRY T. MOORE LIVES ON ,
land. The date will be
wedding
*o many Negroes (plus: a '
few whites) show such continu It can sertalnly be said that announced later.
ing determination in the face of Harry T. Moore lives on in the
repeated arrests and Jalltogs, is memories of those who knew Ushers Union Meets
a welcome fact at the close of him and his family; his fearless 1
a troubled, restless year in the spirit lives on in those who have The Ufher's Union Association
P f l. south. This past year has seen continued to work for freedom fourth Sunday program will
much of Negro protest, arrests and human rights in Florida': meet at Friendship Baptist
and jail sentences because Negroes and his ,memory continue to bean Church on 6th ave. between 13th :: ;
i all over the south are inspiration to all who might and 14th sts. : 4
i more and more aware that then falter on the road to freedom. It I
( The will) be'
time is now for freedom and not Is a fitting and wonderful thlntto program between ,
Friendship Seniors and the Union
some nebulous, far-off time in hold memorial services witha _
the dim future. pilgrimage to the grave site of Association seniors. Time 3 p.m. \? 1 4i .;
The president Is asking that all
r Harry T. Moore and his wife
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The racial cljmaate Is I chang where a monument will ing in the south; fortitude is be- ed by the Florida State Confer; The Usher's Union officers and i ti.r I i iIn (
members take this method 4
in : ; i
ing .strengthened How else can by one determination. explainthe ence of NAACP branches. wishing one and all a Merry :: $ ,

arresting of 560 people in There I? no doubt but that{ Christmas and a Prosperous New a
Albany, Georgia Too much time Harry T. Moore's work over the Year.
has already gone past In tryingto years ago was greatly instrumental I Dorothy Major, reporter
maintain the status quo; too in making possible the great David Hudson, presidentRev.
many protests of "let time take strides taken in better race relations Simms, pastor r
care of things," and "The south here in Florida. lie laid Gift Whlskeu. .
knows best how to handle its the groundwork for freedom, and
problems." It is obvious to all gave his life that it might become FOR SALE FLEISCHMAHN
except the 'most prejudiced In a reality for all Florida Open 1-5
matters of racial cooperation and citizens. In the joy and happiness 1399 N.W. 51st St.
understanding, that the patienceof of the Christmas season, all of
BIG
Negroes has grown very thin. ua should take time to remember Come today, get Home- is the buy!
Negroes will not resort to violence Harry T. Moore, and his supreme stead exemption. Large
to obtain their desired sacrifices for freedom. fenced corner. Barbecue, pStNMiNN "

aims, but Negroes will use every darling 2-bedroom sunken will ,
,
I I extend to my friend greetings r M "YJy0uw44
legal method within their of bus mean and for a very Merry Christmasand living room, large dining I 7Ite nrsf
to get desegregation '
New Year with fur-
Happy
train stations, library facilities, ther a along Freedom'sRoad. room, all furnished, reduc- !
parks, hospitals and buses, bet- progress ed. $500 handles. 1 FHA I
ter jobs on municipal payrolls,
mortgage.
better living end housing conditions .
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We Wish 9-2647 BLENDED WHISKEY DO PROOF 80% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
THE PLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
HARRY T. MOORK You

I was very much interested in ::3:..-:-.:-'::- =---Y" -. r :: _":':1.j :1..
a recent news article in this I II
paper concerning a monumentthe NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGHADULT
NAACP will place on the j
grave of Harry T. Moore. In
1951, Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. EDUCATION CENTER ;
Moore of Mlms, Fla., were killed I ,
by a bomb as they were sleepingIn I I
their ,home on Christmas DA'DE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS I
night. The person or persons re-
spmslble for this terrible crime f.S1tuSC 7007 Northwest Twelfth Avenue Miami 38, Florida !

were never apprehended, and to

that many the observers assassinators, it was were obvious not It JOY ANNOUNCES REGISTRATION for the Spring Semester I

hunted down very thoroughly.
was another unsolved crime In the I
annals of the struggle for freedom Hasps of III Food, gifts! January 2 April 30, 1962 II
in the south. rove end (r.u9ht.r-oll the I
things I It faUi to mat' Telephone PL 4.5491 between 2:00 and 1000* p.m. Mon. thru Fri
It was about this time that I Christmas the day of (am.
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PAGE 8 r .. SATURDAY DECEMBER 23, 1961 Crash 'Agency1' and Patrol Service
Goes
to
White
Attorney O. E. Graves Jr., was Injured early Sunday when he LICK CHIEF" FERGUSON
Raiders dozed at the wheel and his car on-,: LIEUTENANT HARRISON
*MiMiMilMll dUltll9iaiMi>li crashed Into a banyan tree'
JENKINS
_PI r ;J ,rand OAKLAND, Calif. The Oak NW 12th ave., north of the, Std ;," O'BKRRY
land Raiders Wednesday signed Municipal Justice Building lawn Office: OX 1-1234
Florida A and M Halfback Eu- lie was taken to Jackson Horf-1: Home: OX 1.0070
gane White, a 197-pounder who pltal where he was treated fora
runs the 100 In 9.5 seconds. broken bone in the right arm, D3ViMVVWfraOOe'O'
The 22-year-old White was the cuts and bruises. : ..S*
American Football League club's
second "red shirt" draft choice -
last year. A "red shirt" Is defined
In this case, a college player HOMES
with one more year of eligi DREAM

a Happy Nerd Year! bility.White al'o was the 14th draft IChristmas Weekend-Free gift for every family

The carolers And the bell chime choice of the New York Giants
out the happy sing tidings of Christmas of the National Football League.Season' 22nd Ave. N.W. 154th St.

day. To which we add our own sin
cere good wishes for the merriest of a GreetingsTo f AAmmAAr7pAllAlsD 9oD Af+AxAAAAIiAAA7aAAi7AAAAAAAAhAAI Ahf 2t'aBnhl'LI
Yuletide seasons! the membership and staff a 2
of the Christian Aid Class of .
LOWERY'S SERVICE STATION Liberty City, wishing you all a I (! rrrtiug -, .' i
very Merry Christmas and a
516 N.W. 20th Street Phone FR 9-0177 Prosperous New Year.

CLIFFORD E. LOWERY, OWNER Mrs. Geraldine financial Durns secretaryMrs. And Best Wishes. 9
ROOSEVELT HOLLINCER J. W. WALKER Pres. I
Elsie Baker vice R
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Singers t 1 r- TO ALL Ibr.u4h.ut cemime' ,
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If you live In Liberty Cityor I .t"4.'t.,
l/1 k< Brownsville, we will repair SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 PGI 9
on credit Pay weekly. Rowlnc
TV. 6962: NW 18th Ave. OX ,-:,: <,.;{
Around MIamI 19426. IndfKKKKKKKKKKK many,, >aat >a>s .stn t>">ttautautst tr EKK< CI(1ttCICICCIC'CICTCICICtCtC'C1CIC1G! ,' ,
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4d9'v May the holidays

'D b*.filled. sw:
andhapplntss
.i with Joy
HEHE IS ANOTHER Christinas station was going all Negro, but i f l lIII for #
and next week la the beginning ;it is now doubtful. I wonder I lh l you and your -
of another year. Same of us hada I what made Mr. Eaton changehis family.LIBERTY .
good year and some of us have, mind? We do need another III '"
had a bad one, but good or bad: station with good programing. I
we all look forward to Christmasand I! Next year, I'm going to our i r m & fe-
the New Year. I had planned ;City Commissioners for Negro
to get down to brass tacks 'motorcycle policemen and find I ar / k t + of eqt

and tell you a story about my I,out, too, why we haven't any 1
h t.t segregated city but since Negro firemen I already know DANIELS
the Yule Tide season Is here, I'll I what the answer, will be, and ,;tt a{ '1 MRS. MABLE I. "I
hold off until after the holiday.In I I that is that no one has applied ;

stead, we'll Just tell you 'or that they are not qualfed. From us to you-end you. Notary Public ;
about people like Phyllis Branch I I've got news for them, we'llapply SERVICE
who is a vocalist appearing at the won't we ? -and you.May this holiday STATION
Thunderbird Hotel on the Beach. I i season ba a truly wonderful 1400 N.W. 62nd St. 6820 N.W. 15th Ave.i. '
I've known : NOW AS A special courtesy to
Phyllis for over 20
some of our advertisers who anal Lloyd Smith, Prop.
and she
years wa/j walling whenI rwtfzKKlgaegKatKKajKlgKa: >;egKKKKKK
want to wish, our readers a MR. AND MRS. ALBERT
met her. She
has what you I Aa:.tIJtJtJlaJtJa It t7t>gD17AA1h I ltlalff'
p r would call a "once in a million Merry Christmas, this wish AND DOROTHY SMITH
years voice." When comes from: The Glass ClydeKlllens ; ICf<<'C1ItCI.CCICClC1C1CIC'CIC'C'C'CCICICCIItQ1la1
; she sings Advertise It Pays!
Connie and Caroyln 1tKK RKKKKtiLKrKKKKKK 1C1
you forget there La a world :
1 :Farmer, The Sharper of Sharpe I y
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'Cities Service, Sam Cohen of i
In my opinion, she is the one' '
goodwill trips on the trouble !National Wines and Golden May happiness bt with
spots of the world ,Spur, West Flagler Dog Track r
:officials, Mr and Mrs Cortez and yours el 11-111 I
the United States needs for these of Public TranomlsMon Service; ?;; you I IcivI. N ( iHe
Besides appearing at the K. C. Smith and Charlie Hayekof ................. It a
Thunderbird until May, she has Ml Bowling, Mr. and Mrs. 4 :.
bookings at the Fontalnebleu, Harry Markowltz and staff of : TO ALL Hwughowt the teming'
Barcelona, Cactaways, Monte Cat the Hampton House, Johnny Lo I .
to and many other Beach spots. melo of the King of 0' Hearts, FRIENDS- Newyearl a Won- .;,.;
The Ed Sullivan Show wants her Commissioners Dave Kennedyand OUR

and Jack Paar has invited her Alice Wainwright, Henry derCulClarletma. ,
on his program before he goes Balaban: and our Mayor, Robert 1 .
off the air in March. Steve; Allen King High. 'fJ .

wants her on his show and Din- From out City Publicity office j Cor You I
ah Shore has asked her to do a : Lew Price and James Hll-
spot. I assume her manager tone( director of public welfare)
Finis; Henderson, will make these Sheriff Tom Kelly and our Sepia THOMAS GROCERY / FATHER'S SUNDRIES
arrangements coon. If, and when From
Charles Hadley.
Mayor 6330 N.W. 15th Ave.
you hear the name Phyllis the Bondus, may we wish all of 2387 N.W. 7Gth Street OX 1.9769
Branch run quickly: to the nearest friends, readers, co worker ft Phone OX 1.9594
you Reginald and Agnes Thomas, Props.1K14KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKrKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKICKKKg. ,
TV and listen to one of the
and all, a happy holiday season,
finest voices in America End of } taarKKaKtcKKsf CKKKKKK I
Mr, and Mrs. Charles WHUamn; ,
commercial. June and Jerry Sands, Arthur KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKI4KKI .ICCIC KKa :EKKtttt11EKKKKKKKl.%
Jones and Family. Mr. and Mrs.
I'HKTTY C'lHIj or'' tho Week: "!Ozell Dunn and family l The Calvin -

Maggie Cartel Pretty Boy of \ Mapps, faculty and staffs of I RYcEIRdISTM.A.
ME:
the Week: Frank DuBolse -. .' ri. T. Washington, Dorsey, ,
Man About Town: Finis Hender- Northwestern, Brownsville and
(on. '. Policeman of the Week: the other schools in the area : : : .
Mike Wells.A Rutha Adams and family, f
I Dave and Mable Marks, Leo and I

CHRISTMAS inrwtRfl<< from I Vashtl Armbrlster! Mr. and Mrs. .
the Glass sez, "Tell all mah Jimmy Jones and daughters,
friends that I've got one of the David Ivey, Glenn Ho'inM! Mrs.
bos t chowa in town and I'm Hazel Simons, The Blossom,
bringing in for the holidays, Including The Earnest Hayes, The '0. M.
Christmas Monday fill Marshalls; and George' and Kevin, <,
Robin ton and his Qualls, plus Curt and Flo )Harmon and boys, easovi'sGREETINGS
our regular show. .Merry 'Christ- I I Dinah Washington, Phyllis '" ,
mas Y'all." Branch and Finis Henderson, e of':
I Ieoxxn
II 1 I the Harold Kemps, Napoleon and
: mid Carolyn Farmer I Ruth Reed, Slim and Portia

at Baker's Famous Corner I!Bannister, Sammy Davis Jr., TO ALL
will have a special Christmas I Nat King Cole family Joe Louis,
how for their customers Lemmle Carter, the Duke Jenkins OUR FRIENDS
breakfast get.together the Par and Birdie Club
plus a I;I I From .
Christmas morning. Everybody Is members and thousands of other 1 toFENSTER
welcome. : friends, neighbors and acquain- REALTY
tances here, there 'and yon. And 'td. '
I 1260 'N.W. 62nd St.
special to Mr. and Mr f p fs
\AI'OJEAX IlEKD and Mjrr. oh yes, a ,
Harold: Kemp will throw one of L. L. Brooks, L. L. Greene family,. ? DlA>ItlAyhAAAA A>a)Ah3tAAAAmtAltRKK'LrtKKKtKKKKKKK
the finest rhows for the Chrht- the !staff!, of the Miami Time. ; ; I
{ Garth and Chief and had a card Il 't
and New Year period.Napoltan /
mas
1 e (KKK tst
will do a swinging versionof from Louise FIncher and daughter C j -:

Christmas tunes", backed by May the Day ,
Myrtle Jones and her band. The Chrtstma.
called Holi- Well, till next ., let's'all '
how Is "Swinging
be !
living- life, Merry.
day of 1961," featuring' our Paul keep on every
i golden minute of It. PEACE! ; ,
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Masson Pink Champagne Lady, I .
Vanilla! Williams, and Don and (I I
Francine. So there you are. rxmAx ,xzwyx>ak>ax>. ,A>astxrtmx : '
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QUICK ;NOTE DEPT: Famous I hieM. s
Hand Leader Cootie Williams Is A JOYOUS

In town working on the Boa"h .
with Den Barth It was told CURISTMASrr r
to me that Mona Lisa put a few I S'
lump on Little Willie John (U f r
thought they were tight). NowI q Pa :
tried to check this out but no ,
one seems to know about it. / (
Really I don't know If It It trueor

not Another rumor getsto "'I

Fernie me Johnson that Deputy was arrested Constable for i In the spirit of brotherhood expressed by

petty larceny (swiping a radio) lf't'j\ M Y .
This Is the same as the /
I and of all .
the itself the hopes
Willie John story and let's hope ; Day prayers ,
that It Is not true In both cases I True Chriitmai Joy tomes

Drummer ,Man, Eddie Piper. from within the h.art- mankind are for peace on earth to ? f
and his wife. Doris, have had another : may yours .ba light and &r
blessed event. This time It filled with happiness this ,. .
was a girl, born Nov. 29, and Chriitmai-may the New which we would like to odd our wishes for
named Kimberly Cecil's Bar Year ba bright and full of }
across from the Mary Elizabeth, ..ccomplishm.nt.BANNISTER'S.
is now being managed by an a very Merry Christmas and for tho coming OUR entire person

ofay chick. She Is leading the .. joins in ex-
GROCERY o
from Cecil and Just mightbe "
place quite successful.! ;Her name is 6290 N.W. 15th Ave. year may wo say "Happy Now Yedr! ; tending you the warmest -

Ann Brooks of Christmas
has been elck (he's Convenient '
Grocery
Yale
Since ',
0 greetings. \
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SHARPE SERVICE
the Club STATION ; '
the general manager of 5804 N.W. 22nd Ave. }
Royale and F'-ti1'! the "pay *"' .. .. DOWNTOWN
load" has dropptil on Carlos 1501 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.9714 BARBER SHOP6..
handling It like a K'IKKKKKKK; "1nr'( who h '
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ORANGE BLOSSOM STARS Willie packed 14-8 win over the stubborn, invad- !" 9
Richardson ((89)), Jackson State Collegeend ing Tigers from Mississippi. The two jun-

and Florida's quarterback, James ior-year players, both All-Americans, were f i' ,
y ,
Tullis ((42)), were named recipients of the selected to receive the MVP awards by > 4 I
J.R.E. Lee Jr. Trophies honoring them as approximately 150 members of the work-
the outstanding players of recent 29th an- ingress and radio-TV corps, who cover- 1
annual Orange Blossom Classic in Miami. ed the record-breaking 47,791 paid at-
Above the two stars flank Mr. Lee, left, tendance game. The trophies, which honor -
Orange Blossom Classic founder and Mr. Lee, were donated by Bottlers of \ :
FAMU vice president, and David Zachry, Coca-Cola at Tallahassee, and Jackson, \\
Miami Coca-Cola Battling Co., during Miss, who also furnish beautiful Bulova \\\
ceremonies following Florida's thrill- watches for the opposing coaches SDENNIS




I 'Negro- in Minnesota' Story By Spangler SMITH

"The Negro In Minnesota," by
Earl Spangler, T, S. Denteon and
REAL
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Co., Inc., Minneapolis, 214 pages.

$3.95.This ibook, like mat others on PAGE 10 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 1295 N.W. 67th Street PL 1.1766

that subject in this country, is a ... .. .. .... .. ..... .m.. .<.. comprehensive record of the ---'---- .. .. .. .. "'iIII.. "'4
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struggle of the Negro to gain a Rowan, deputy assistant secre- I;
foothold for himself in the American tary of State Department of
way of life, and to throwoff State, Washington, D. C., said i"
designed the shackles to keep which him have in an been in "Any group that has produced .. : A Holiday Wish for You from Your <'.
minister :
a state legislator a
ferlor position. to Liberia, a nationally : a Sunshine Service friends and neighbors. .
There are nine chapters deal- ed newspaper publisher,recognl-I'
ing with various phases of Negro sistant Secretary of .o 0 S
life from the early migration Pulitzer Prize winner, a member .
during the 1780's up to 1961. of "Who's Who in America", a I
Discrimination in employment, national officer of the NAACP,
education, housing and the bal one of the founders of the
lot has always been among the NAACP, a world's champion
major problems affecting the Negro baseball team, some out- Myiiir
race all over this country, and standing lawyers and social
Minnesota was no exception to workers deserves the recognition
the rule. Dut through such or which this study attempts to
ganizations as the NAACP, the give"
Urban League and kindred local From the blblography, this
groups, this book reveals vast im- book must have required tre-
provements.The mendous painstaking research. It airisimas
author, Earl Spangler, should find ready acceptance .
Ph.D., is associate professor of among all readers, especially
history at Macalester College, St.
those who are Interested In the
Paul, Minn., and holds member fight for Negro progress. .
ship in several learned fraternities

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A MERRY CHRISTMASTO THANKING YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE a

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Elsa Barrow Clerk Third Court Office : Amos George, Clerk and Custodian ", 'a
Shirley Smith, Clerk, Main Office Charles A. Lockhart, Public Relations Director..
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When we make room & Church Furniture
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Dade Falcons Beat And she brought forth the true inn.that" 820 NW 3rd AvenueGet
her first born eon and wrappedhim
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Junior College Falcons defeatedthe In rebounds were Everette Mon I again and again. As we listen, I
Roosevelt Junior College Hornets cur 19, and Joseph Poitler 11, our Joy turns to sadness at the i
96-73 In the Northwestern ii
both of Dade County. words "there was no room In the
high school gym. The victory I "
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enabled the Falcons to bring i
their preseason record to 2-2. I CORRECTION I No room In the Innl! No room

Dade was paced by Ererette I In the engagement announc- for the Most Holy one to enter 2 2w'c
Moncur with 24 points and Into His Mission on earth, HeI
meat of Mercelee Harlena
Joseph Peltier with 21. Roosevelt i I who was not to have a place to
Jumped out to an early lead, Woods 2.of last which week's appeared issue on of page the lay His head! How we sorrowat fi iy.. FI
but neither team was effective the plight of Him who came ti > '
Times Miss Woods' first
with its shooting until late In the name to bring salvation to mankind.And .
was Incorrectly carried as Mar-
flirt half. After six minutes had cella. The Times regrets this who
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elapsed score ror. outwardly at the Injustices suffered I ,; 3 tGY
Roosevelt's favor Herman Williams ,:.
by Jesus, and who condemn
then sank a 35 foot jump
those who shunned Him,
shot to put the Falcons ahead ,
c are the people who shun their
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fellowmen through racial segregation
half time the score was 43- How strange that they
37 In Dade's favor with both do not see their paradoxicalways
teams showing a scoring burst !
Jiwt prior to halt time.In I
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the second half the Falcons for making a comparison be.
jumped off with 12 successive tween the Holiest of the Holy!
points and led 5537. The West and the most degraded of out would like to take
Palm Beach team never got closer citizens, let them read the this opportunity to
after that. Scriptures, where the last judge. 'I' \ t',., thank all. of our cusp

Dade built up a 26 point leadat ment Is revealed in Matthew 25; J tomers for their pa
and Coach Raymond "Inasmuch as ye did It not unto
one time in this
Thornton eptled his bench and the least of these, ye did it not k. tronagc past
they held the margin until the unto me" year ,

final whistle. I No room in the inn! No room
Other scorers were Herman In the restaurant, the hotel, the
Williams with 18 points; Henry bus depot! Heart rending is the BAKER'S FAMOUS CORNER
Cheever 10; George Cowart 10;
rejection imposed by the spiritually
Stanley McKan 8; and David
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Top scorer for Roosevelt was the blind of Isis day.
L. C, Drown with 30 points. Tops Conrad Farmer, Manager
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In Christ, for whom funeral services warmth of God's Love for man.
were held last Thursday, at He wants us to love one another.
Mason Temple, Memphis Tenn. Let us pray long and earnestly
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church In 1887 In a Lexington, ones may venture into the
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MACK'S CLEANERS Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year i iI
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; Baton Rouge CORE, told
ARRESTED dienco? "Some eOPI'
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA CORE MEMBERS who'' teach us say, "Wait vn
Rally to AidI-I you're educated to Join Il
;:P'A9.16 SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 1961 3.500 Students for civil rights. We cay V' fight b e
-,- CORE members time Is now. If we walt well
jailed be
Baton Rouge, La. 3,500 atu'l CORE group of members was led by Da- Just like you" and never fight for
of Mrs. Trotman, mother rally I CORE field secretary, our rights.
DUNBAR ELEMENTARY recovery dents attended a mass vld Dennis,
Rev, B. Elton Cox,
of Mrs. Hannah Edwards, and University campus fret at $1,500 on the CORE fell
Bond was
Five people attended the lec- of Herman Williams, father of the Southern 23 COREmembers "picketing and blocking traftlc"charge secretary, said "ThU i not ,
ture Riven (by Dr. Delta, reading Mrs. Hazel Doreett. protesting the arrest of but all have pledged to passing fancy. We are grOwing
research director of the U. of M. Regina Jolllvette, home from while picketing down- bond stronger every day. Join the
at the Shanandoah Jr. High Howard; Doris McAllister, from town merchants for Jobs and refuse RonnieI.oore: chairman of march and give segregation hell"bML
School Mrs. Love, librarian, Clark; and Eloise (McAllister equal lunch counter service. The

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made the report of same at the holidays: as well as ScevlaAdam3 :. !J atJa1
the arithmetic practicum for 3rd neophlte Delta and Miss 1I 1\\
grad teachers In the three central Sophomore from ,Tuskegee. '"
district schools met at Dun These make our families com- '

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this season "
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Ben Sheppard as guests, used Merry Christmas to all We I .,{ I P\
our facilities Thursday, Paul will greet you next In 1962 ( II'5!
"t Joseph, bul'dlnsr representative, : ./!!" $;.

Amanda ''Franklin and MesdamesC. Carl T. Rowan to a
C. Drown and D. S. Love attended -
the annual dinner meetIng -
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a?-embly at Phyllis Wheatley I
elementary school. Philadelphia An address by
Friday, the children of the Carl T. Rowan, deputy assistant LOUNGE AND
Dunbar ,Day Nursery enjoyed a secretary for public affairs for
Christmas party given by the the U. S. State Department and
association of Women Studentsof the ,presentation of honorary life '
the University of Miami. Members memberships to Ghana Prime
who worked 'with us were Minister Kwame Nkrumah, I
RESTAURANT
Anna Mae .Ashton, Dede Padzen- I Nnamdl Azlklwe, Governor Gen '
s'cy' and >ninny Ryan assisted by eral of the Nigerian Federation,
Kent Evans also of the' Univer- |and William V. S. Tubman, presi-
sity. The trimmed tree, refreshments dent of the Republic of Liberia,
entertainment and games will highlight the International
were provided by ''funds securedby Night program, a feature of the Extends an invitation to all who missed our grand
the AWS ,from dues paid by annual conclave of Phi Sigma
each woman student. Our Fraternity here during the
party was only one of many such Christmas holidays. The public reopening to come visit us ,,
projects throuhout: the county. meeting Is scheduled for Wed
Fifteen Tenderfoot Girl Scoutsof nesday, Dec. 27 In the main
Intermediate Troop 377 were ballroom of the Sheraton Hotel, DINNER,
SERVING BREAKFAST LUNCH 1
entertained by 15 older Troop which will serve as headquarters "
members with a Sleep.out and for the entire conclave.
Cook-out over, ,the weekend at BARBECUE RIBS & CHICKEN
!1 According to E. Rhudolphus FOOD AT ITS BEST AND :
1441 NW 53rd at., iproperty owned
Clemons, president of Pioneer
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by Mrs. McMillan of our
Business School and general
In addition to the assistant
nursery chairman of the 1961 conclave, 6339'316I.
leader, (Mrs. Laura Bethel, ambassadors and consuls of !eev 6010 N.W. 22nd Avenue Phone
Sarah Miller and Mesdames Ed-
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die Bryant and Maybelle Wilson expected to attend the cultural MR. AND MRS. YOUNGBLOOD, PROPS. -
assisted with the Saturday Cookout -
Parents who helped were program. I. :

Mr. and Mrs. Murray and Leon .. ._ a.---._
Kelly ah: active PTA members. I
The latter, president of the Dun I Greetings
bar PTA provided the extra treatsof
ice cream and cake a* well as Southern Const. Atlantic I
orange Juice. Mrs. Myrtle Bul-
lard is Troop leader I

for Room 2:30: parties on Tuesday were scheduled and the I & Building Co.
Corp.Wishes
Principal's Party nor the facultyat Equpment o
4 o'clock on Wednesday.Best .
wishes go to 'Clara Alex

ander whose wedding will: ibe an I Cal's} Lounge and 1323 N. Miami Ave, I
event of Dec 31 at Salters Chap

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pratulatlons go to the Dewey Phone FR '3-0316

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marriage was solemnized six all of you-our I
years ago on Dec. 26. '1962 may To
find only one lone bachelor and and patronswe Licensed and insured general contractors "Salutes CaPs New

three bachelor girls left on our wish a very merriest *
Expert remodelling and
faculty of Christ. Lounge and Restaurant
We pray for the recovery of merry additions, Florida rooms. New

Mrs Josephine White, who with mases. constructions, store fronts, kit
her family wan Involved In an
accident on Orange Blossom SMITH'S POULTRY: chen, family rooms, bathrooms, i

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PACE 18 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 UNITED FUND CLOSED WITH x:" : '>'l1





King Answers Southern 97 PERCENT OF GOAL ;? :. ,:


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United Fund has officially' ': '
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Editor E.D. Ball BlastsMartin closed Dade its County'most successful history with driven a Give yourself a life long Christmas present ).,:.,,""'..'.:
total of 92,711,952 representing
For low down '
a of "
$20 .
payment ;. ..
96.9 per cent of goal.It ; :, .>J
L. King, president of Is hoped that the $87,000 SUNLIGHT SCHOOL OF BEAUTY' f' :,'',::,'
BCLC in an unprecedented action ,
deficit will be met by the time ( ., ',
this week answered the MISS. WHITES of the annual United Fund meet CULTURE ,, )-
criticism of Edward D.
public ing in January, according to Edward '
Ball, editor of the Nashville BOYCOTT MIXEDLUNCHROOM F. Swenson Jr., general The South's Leading School of Cosmetology .,;:'

Tennessean. campaign chairman.The 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue Phone FR 49998,1 I -
Ball, in an editorial titled: amount raised represents :" \ ,:
"Dr. King Does His Cause a a 151 per cent increase over D21Norton's : b..,,)
Disservice" asserted that Dr. announced at last year'
pledges
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'iMCCOMB, Mtes. The restau -- <
advocated the Negro's turning .,.,
King
final report meeting. .. ,.
rant In the recently integrated "'l".r--.r--""' '''''''''''''''''' :'
to a new Ideology with the in- Greyhound bUll terminal here has "The thousands of volunteer '
ferance being Communism or workers and the contributorshave "itfJ'' ')"
been closed because of lack of
Black Nationalism. business, its operators said Sat. helped ,to mark a rebirthof <
Dr. Religious Supplies
Interviewed in Atlanta, urday. confidence in our United )
King revealed that In his letterhe Fund," said Swenson.
included the exact text of Mrs. A. P. McGehee, who with!: .
chair
Final division reports 'f'
her husband had operated this 4421 NW 17th Avenue
his answer to a question posed men, and per cent of goal were: 't
on a Cleveland television show, restaurant for five years said Advance Corporation Gifts,
they forced to close Ibecaus
"Open Circuit. were William D. Singer (96.6)) ; Pub PHONE 635.7913 '
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patrons no longer ate
"One of the questions that lie Employees, Irving G. Me-

came not receive in was: freedom'If the Negro within does a there."If there were a few whites in Nayr Moss ((103.8)(103.6));; Individual Firms, Hunter Gifts, (former location 4500 NW 12th Ave.) :,;;" .'::

here and a Negro walked in,"
certain perlor, will be turnto
Jr. (87.8))
James F. McKilllps ;
she said --. "
"they would and
Communism or some other get up William ,
United Good Neighbors,
walk out. We tried to .
stay
movement similar to the MusUmMOTe.menU' open Fair
My answer was but nobody would come in." Share C.Division Lantaff, McGregor(94.6) ; Smith BIBLES, BOOKS, CHURCH SUPPLIES '.f.

simply this: 'There can foe no Several weeks ago a federal (97.4.
doubt that if ,the problem of court ordered the terminal inte '
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of the
In the closing day cam MASONIC AND EASTERN STAR SUPPLIES '
racial discrimination is not solved grated. Shortly thereafter, a paign, the Miami Building and ;
In the not too distant future group of Negroes tested the or Construction Trades Union, composed D23
some Negroes out of frustra der and were beaten by angry rN
25 different
of building
tion, discontent and despair will white men. trades. pledged to contribute at JJ-4J_ turn to some other ideology. "We have about $7,000 of
least $20,000 to help meet thisyear's ,
However, it Is amazing and com equipment in the restaurant and !
mendable that eo few have turn. goal. Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong! : "
/ five years of hard work," Mc- I i This pledge put UF's Building ::
ed to the Communist movement Gehee said, "Now with the res- and Contruction Division, headed S. R. 22' Written While You Walt ,-; I
of
in spite extreme proselythlz-
taurant closed I all of
guess by Cal Kovene, at 211 per
ing on the port of the Communists. that is down the :
drain.
gone cent of goal, the campaign's lead :
I think this be attributed Service First
can "I wonder if our senators and ing division. as low as
to the fact that the vast maJoriy -
congressmen are going to sit idly The United Fund support the $5.40
of Negroes have found a by and the white : ,
see
man open prgorams of 39 health, welfare
ray of hope in the framework" of ly discriminated against as my and character building agencies. InsuranceAgency Deposit ''r:

American democracy. wife and I have been." Allocations to these agencies Starts your in ,' :;
"How anyone can take this ', .
analysis of an actual situation," will be determined 'by Jan. 1, ceimmed1Miami '
continued Dr. King "and iter- BOAT STEALER Swenson said.Support. ately. ;

pret it as advocacy of turning toa ,
new ideology la a mystery to SHOT AT SEARECOVERING the Fight for Opa Locke 4; .
me. Certainly I would not be "
3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave.
Freedom '
true to the facts if I gave the
that NE 5-6355 NA 4-6612 ."' :
impression some Negroes Join Your NAACP ,
:would not turn to new ideologysuch 1
The boat hijacker who was ;
as the Muslim Movementand ': '
even Communism If the shot by a Miami Beach police ,
Jem of racial discrimination prob Is man in a sea chase was reportedIn fi fi 7 7 7 7 fi fi 7 7 fi 7 fi 7 7 7 fi 7 7 7 7 fi 7 7 7 fi fi 7 7 7 7 fi 7 7 7 7 7 ,..;;; '

not solved. But this does not "good condition at Jackson '. 451
mean that I advocate turning to Memorial Hospital. ::;; '

such movements." Dr. King reflected ',." :
'William
Stoner
a 19- -
his views on Commun- old Negro from year .., .',",
Mercersberg, Pa.
lam "I can see no greater faces I '
charges of
larceny of
a
tragedy befalling the Negro than boat. A possible federal, kidnap I .":{.
turn to either Communism or
charge also is being investigated '
Black Nationalism as a way out Stoner was shot by Miami ,
of the present dllemna It Is Beach Patrolman Michael Leary
my firm conviction that Com
Friday
during a chase by police
munism is based
on an ethical
and
Coast Guard boat and helicopter
relativism, a metaphysical materialism which ended a mile! off
a crippling totalitarian. Cape Florida Light. i
ism and a denial of freedom
which I could never accept." "I ,
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Everyone knows that I advo 'h>b >M>pA>N l>MIo711 DaIo>N__.aJ

cate to an ideology as old as the

Insights of Jesus of Nazareth andas The family' of the .
meaningful as the techniques -
of Mohandas K. Gandhi.REDUCE "
NEEP-U4UEAT CLEANERSwish
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Lose 2-0 pounds weekly. ; li t
for their
Effective medication. Injections. everyone patronage

Physician 8peC1a11z1q. during the year 1961.

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FR 3.2748 We wish you and your

1545 SW 1st St. family a Merry Christmasand

a most Prosperous New

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Sometime

: Mr and Mrs. Levi Johnson .
BABY NEEDS A and Sons .

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For writ 40 ytars mother Nft .w
>Ifei MI ftatU-BABY EASE." Plea Miami 36, Fla.

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Enjoy Christmas I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 ,PAGE 19


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Surgical Palnleea NEED MONEY

PartyN.W. Office Treatment, Low $25 to $600

I t..* rki1P FOUTII AVKNUKTRAFFIC Free Examination Coat Call PL 8-3653

ri a. TO BE CLOSED DR. LONG'S CLINIC IDEAL LOAN

1545 SW 1st St. 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
All boys and girls of the local FR 3.2748 M.NNN..NN..NNN.N.N.NM..M..NN.3Give
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Through the untiring efforts ofa
special Action Committee For
Miami City Commission, a special ;
_LlU Youth Fitness, and the timely finer-tasting :: ::;
and valuable
Attorney Cary D. Jacobs, Indianapolis, Grand BasUeos, Omega Pel Phi Christmas operation of the *
Fraternity Mrs. Velma Jeter, Orange, Texas, president Ladles Auxiliary Skating party will be '
of the National Dental Association; and Theodore A. Jones, Chicago held in NW 4th ave., between Schenley in 61.tIt ::
HL,president National:prance Association,endorse The National Foundation 14th and 17th at., on Christmas
-March of Dimes.,Funds raised In the campaign are used to sop from 9 o'clock until 5 o'clock. \ bJ"t
:ort medical care program, professional education program and researcn. Fourth ave. will be closed to 1 t a:1ll
traffic during these hours and !!If"I
will ,be used exclusively for skatIng I, j t,..', .,
and the party in general.All .. \
Friendship Garden < Migrant Workers .
boys and girls who live In
the Washington Heights' area,
ClubThe With
Charged that is from fifth st. to 23rd st.
and from the Florida East Coast
Friendship Garden and MurderA Railroad to 7th ave., are invited -
Civic Club Is still making pro- to come to join in the fun.
gress. Among prospects recently farm worker and his wife Everything will be free and
completed, are plants for J W. were charged with first degree there will be plenty of tasty refreshments
Johnson Eelementary Schoolin ,murder Monday In the fatal stabbing for all. However,
Hialeah, thanksgiving basketsfor and beating of John Ellington [everyone must bring his own L 1FflI .i
the needy Christmas presents 30, also a South Dade farm 'skatEs in order to participate in t
for the Sun-Land training cen laborer. I i the activities which will be a
ter, Fort Myers Florida, and the }series of skating events. Remem' a
Aged at Lincoln Memorial Homeat Metro police said Kassle May'|I ber, come out on Christmas Dayto : 4
Goulds. These are only a few 51, of the Mexico City Labor the skating area. : t
of the many things that have Camp west of Perrine, stabbed'
been done to date. Ellington and May'e wife, Lotta, General skating will begin at
30, hit him with a bottle. 9 a.m. and will run until 12 noon
We are now planning a special Special contest evdnta (will be
Christmas party for some of our The slaying took place Saturday gin at 1 p.m. and will run until
many friends to enjoy. We closed night at Ellington's quartersin 4 p.m. Refreshments will be $
for this year at the spacious I I the Campbell Labor Camp, east served at 4 p.m. n
home of Mrs. Lucille Reed, 6890 of Terrine, after an argument.
NW 13th are. The special contest events will j*% N ?

Include a number of special ,, _,
JMerry Christmas to all. Bombings Rock races, between small and larger ,YN
boys and girls, with special
Iona Dukes, president the winners. The ,
to
prizes going
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Eartha Styles, reporter South Africa prizes are all valuable and you iw #

5V'Q;: : :. :.:wws: : "' .... will certainly want to win some J
Johannesburg South Africa of them.
Liberty City Detective A series of explosions rocked
Refreshments for the day will ,
South Africa late Saturday night
Agency and Patrol Service and early Sunday shortly after Include: tangerines, cookies, ire i

NICK "CHIEF" FERGUSON handbills appeared calling for cream, cakes and many other : : .

LIEUTENANT HARRISON "sabotage installations.against" government' niceties.ANDREWS'. ; :'


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Office: OX 1-1234 ? 6
work of a new African under she n/ w
Home: OX 1.0070 ground organization fighting racial JEWELERS
D30 segregation Among the KXPKRT WATCH AND ,

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office, several native affairs offices ;} r
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and an electric power stat i
81kl1.17171II11ia1flm ,D1AAI1Dt lmI II tion, mainly around Johannesburg All work guaranteed : ,
and Port Elizabeth. 0 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. .
GreetingsnpO 1\ Iq.11iC
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WeM like to pause ter gift than Schenley-the whisky the years have

TO ALL May your Christmas be calm and peaceful: been good to. Every drop of whisky' in Schenley

OUR FRIENDS i and your New Year bright and gay! aged over 8 years (100 months, to be exact), then' ',,'
wisely blended with choice grain neu. :
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6915 N.W. 15th Ave. I 6610 N.W. 15th Avenue ."!Hr
McPhee David j gift-wrapped at no extra cost. I .. 'AJlf> i.KNINIIY ,
George and Glen Walter Cartledge SnyderJ
I Harry Smith .. 5131.Co.N.r.c..I41N0le WHIJIY' ,l..MOO...*OIAIMMUmi INIItfENDORSE '1 ,
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; ...'. L.:':, t '1j' aj .w.. ..". I Mrs. Emily Bethel chairmanof 6895 N.W.. 14lh Ave.
the Baha'l Faith of Miami, Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor

... will discuss a portion of the bookon Sunday School . . ,9:20
,prophesy and fulfillment, Morning service . T lljOO
: Thief in the Night," 8 p.m. Evening service . ... 700 i;
l Sunday; Dec. 24 at the Baha'i Wed. night study . . 8tl6
Center. Her subject will be, "A Youth Fellowship Friday 7 ,p.m.
: : Sign in the Heavens."
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Our events for this
1trer The public is Invited to attend. coming'
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meta Phone secretary FR 15420, for Sunday;

further'' information. 7:00: a.m-a sermon: by the pas-
,[ tor on radio station WMBM.

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST 9:30: a.m. Sunday School'
11:00 a.m.Visiting in our
Sunday School ... . 10:00: I community will be choir No. 2 of

ST.PAULA.M.E. .: v ,w' Morning worship .... 11:00 the New Providence Baptist
B. T. U. . . .. . 6:30: Church. The guest choir' has
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
Rev M. J. Fayson pastor ; Evening worship . . 7:00: been wonderful. in its fellowshipwith

Sunday Mrs.School Lee Cray. .reporter. . 9:30: PAGE 20 SATURDAY, .DECEMBER 23; '1961 Rev.. Ernest 1571 NW Williams 68th St., pastor us, and will render musical
selections at the close of the
11:00
Morning worship .
Evening worship . . 7:30: Deacon Fred Williams reporterThe regular service. This will be followed -

BAPTIST : BAPTIST Sunday School plans its by a beautiful and brief
MT. SINAI .ST. LUKE
Our service was well attended v annual Christmas play. This ceremony in which Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday with choir No. 2 fur- Rev. S. A. Thomas pastor Rev. P, W. Williams, pastor we plan a Christmas cantata.Please year. Edward Roberts will renew their
nishing the music. Service was at Mrs Burnesta Green, reporter marriage vows as they celebrate
Mrs. J. S. Walker, {reporter come out and support
I it's' (best. The pastor attendingthe Sunday School : . 9:30 Sunday School . . 9:30: your Sunday School. We have an their 25th wedding anniversary.
conference in Nassau. Our Morning worship . 11:00: Morning Worship .-. 11:00 outstanding prftgrdm plannedfor 4 p.m. -A reception given by

assistant pastor Rev. 3. Mat BTU . . . . 6:00: BTU . . . . 6:a 0Evening' you. Remember Sunday, Dec. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts at 6711
thews conducted the service fort Evening worship . . 7:00: Worship . . 7:00: 24. NW 29th ave. Church members
e day. Evening Service . . 7:30: and friends invited.
The world. has always beemfull Last Sunday morning Rev.
;'Mrs. A. Once is still conva of news, some of it bad but, There will ,be sunrise services Williams delivered a mos t inspiring 7:30: p.m. Children's and
leecing at home. The SundayS one night, in the midst of held at St. Luke Christmas morn- and uplifting message and youth's Christmas program with
:hool will be expecting 'you to many evils, there broke upon: ing at 6 o'clock.. Both choirs will was enjoyed by all. Sunday night pastor's sermonette. Come out
Join them in their Christmas pro mankind good news of great 'Joy., sing and both usher boards will Rev. Thomas brought us the and spend an enjoyable day

gram Sunday afternoon at T. This great news was the brth! of be on duty. message. with us.Last .
There will also be a Christmas Sunday No. 1 and 2 choirs will
who is Christ the Lord.
'Please visit, ,the sick and shut a savior Brother Sears is Sunday evening smiled
To celebrate the coming of our program Sunday at 4:30: p.m. All take the stand.
ins and bring someone to church Butler upon an enoyable musical festival !-
savior we should extol and participants, ;please be on time. still in the hospital. Bro.
with you Sunday. praise his Mrs. A. L. Collins in charge. You is still on the sick list. and coffee hour at the homeof
name.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold
and yours are Invited. Higgs.
TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. In keeping with this meaningful MATTHEW TEMPLE Heartfelt thanks is expressed to
tradition, the choirs of Mt. THE INCARNATION all who helped to make the
L. A. Thompson pastor SInal! will candle light Rev. Daniel Pridgen pastor program a success.
Sunday School....................... 9:31: service Sunday present a Dec. 24. 1835 NW 64th St. Ruth R. Lucas, reporter
Morning Worship ................ 11:01 The night also Father Elisha Clarke Jr., vicar I
Evening Worship .................... 7:31 young people are busy Winter Schedule Sunday I We wish to thank all officers

B. T. U ................................... 6:31' preparing program for a splendid all members Christmas and Low mass . . . 7:30 and members for the very timely SEE THE SOUTH'S
Church School, Bible Class 9:30 Appreciation Idea for our pastorin LEADING COLORED
fAll services on Sunday will be friends. Let us make It our business -
Solemn Sung Mass . 10:46Jr. : a program on Dec. 12 We were
centered around the Christmas to (attend and join in these PSYCHIC DEADER
tl The choirs will joint. services EYC . . . 6 p.m. entertained by our singing group
lyi tme.The young people)SIng will pre.sent Sr. EYC ..... . . 6 p.m. Bro. Willie 'Williams, leader and 'CONSULT HER-
their cantata at 6:30 Solemn Evensong ..... . 7:00 chairman of the occasion. Bro.
p.m. Mt. Tabor Choir John Chiles presided.
j a
under the direction of Mrs. Augusta p.m.
Newibold and Mrs. Vern&llSt Presents "TheChristmas WEDNESDAYLOW -' i Total donation presented' Sun fl.t..: t,
achan, assisted by Miss L. Mass . .," . 6:30: day a.m. by Bro. William was 1
e. Story"Choir Christmastide. Services $36 with our blessing for him
Rb Christmas Eve Midnight Mass and family for a Merry Christ- MAkt \} z'

'(The Christmas /IEve worship No. 1 of Mt. Tabor Baptist Carol Service . 10:30: p.m. mas and a Happy New Year.
wfll 1 'begin at 9 when the choir Church will present the Solemn high mass, procession and May we invite all members and

will have the usual candle light "Christmas Story," a musical sermon . 11:00: p.m. friends to worship with us in all
procession. You are Invited to pageant centered around the Dec. 26, St. Stephen's Day three services Dec. 24 beginningat

spend the day at Temple. Scriptures of the Holy Dible on Low Mass . . .6:30 a.m. 11 a.m. One of our visiting
Sunday night, Dec. 24 at 7:16 Dec. 27, St. John. Evangelist.Low bishops of the 6th Episcopal District
Church of The Open Door o'clock. Mass . . 6:30:. a.m. Bishop D. C, Pope. will be Let her year of experience guide
Dec. 28, Holy Innocents Day our guest speaker and protect you throughout life
(Congregational) Guest for this presentation is Solemn Sung Mass . 10 a.m. I Our Sunday School Christmnstree as a lighthouse guide the .hlo In
Rev. H. C. McDowell pastor the Brownsville Junior High 'will follow the a.m< service. a storm For success In business
This is the traditional Mass for
A. E. McNeal reporter School chorus. Several selections The Missionary officers will spun and love.DON'T .
Morning worship . 11:00: all church school children. All
from Handel's "Meseiah" will
''Welcome to all ,.worshippers heard also. children to this, service Maggie Green of Greater Bethel OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
to atteud this presentation AME Church guest speaker. GOD SHE CAr HELP YOU.
vlstors, and members. 'There will Plan now
The Mass will be by the I
of the told, old story. sung Singing groups of the city will
be special Christmas worship I
St. Bernard's Junior Choir Mrs.
: is director of I appear in special selections at Office Hours:
Sunday Dec. 24. At the morn- Rosene Spence,,
Elisha Clarke, directress. .
7:30 ., Rev. Ira McCall speaker. B a.m. 9 p.rr.
Rev. P. S. Brown, : p.m.
ing (service the senior choir will both choruses; All good churchmen will have I Thurs. 9 a.m. t'
render special (Christmas music pastor. '
one motive in mind on this com 7
under the direction of William ing Christmas Eve, that is to attend p.m.
Johnson Sunday evening at 6 ST. JAMES A., M. E. midnight mass in his MT CARMEL M. B. DAILYSunday y<

o'dlock the Sunday School and Rev. M. McNeal Harris, minister church. Let us come and worshipthe Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor

Pilgrim Fellowship will (have Morning. worship ... .. 11:00: new born King and give Mrs. Christine Cherry, reporter :
their Christmas program and Sunday School . .'. + 9:80: thanks to God for being able to Sunday School . . ::30 10 a.m. 3 p.m .
candlelight eervice. All friendsare do Morning worship ... 11:00:
Invited to Attend these ser Sunday Dec 17 was indeed a so.St. IJTU . . . . 5:00: READINGI

vices. high day beginning" with' Sunday Matthew Freewill Evening worship . ... ., 700: ') I $1.00 UP
School with the superintendent,
Jan. 7, now members will betaken 2014 NW 6th Court We
Mrs. Margaret Reynolds .and her are happy to nave our pas
: in the /church.On rtaff of officers and teachers at. Rev; J. ,B.: Woodley pastor tor and wife back with 'i*. after 23 Years Experience

Dec. 17, Rev. 'McDowell was their posts of duty. The morning Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter attending the funeral of his Jib-! I
guest speaker at Lemoyne Col. service was one of admiration 'to Sunday School . . 9:30 ter. Many thanks to Rev. Hall MADAMHUNTER
lege, Memphis Tenn. behold with choir No 1 render Morning worship . 11:00 for that delightful sermon Sun
ing the music. Our great speak* YPCL . . . ...... 6:00: day morning..;
Night service . . '7:00 :
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. er was the Rev. H. L. Edmonds I 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.

pastor of St. Paul AME Church THE CHURCH MIAMI, FLA.Don't .
Rev. C. J. Durney, pastor Appalachlacola, Fla. His message The No. 2 choir welcome back
Sis. Claudia Wilson reporter was one of .power and in Miss Barbara I, Fisher who has (Undenominational) I Write-Call In Person

Sunday School . . 9:30: splratlon. been attending the National Bishop J. Robinson pastor
Morning Service . . 11:00: 'School of Business in Nashville, Lillie G. Hall, reporter
3TU . . . . I 6:00) At 6 p.m. the Silent Workersand Tenn. Miss Fisher played the ,Sunday School '. f. . 10:00 Don't be a Freeloader!
Evening, service . . 700 S Pulpit Aid Boards met with piano very beautifully in the past Morning Worship . 11:30

the pastor and much was accom- year for the No. 2 choir. We I YPCW .01...4.\.4..H.. 6:00 Support the Fight for
To all. of friends and visitors !
our plished. Both presidents Mrs. hope she will enjoy her stay here Evening Worship . . 730
remember will In.
we move Martha Nicholson and Mrs. Bessie for the holidays. Freedom
in rhurhh Dec. 31 ,
our..pew on ,
Smith, were happy duo the Stop! Look! Listen. There will
fifth Sunday morning. Address
7th court and NW 63rd st. fine spirit of cooperation manl-! be an honorable musical program Advertise It Join Your NAACP
; Pays
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At ,,7 p.m. choir No. 2 was at given In the behalf of Nathaniel .. ....
Continue to for the sick.
pray fested by the members. Thomas at St. Matthews the sec .. _
V'J> .A roo 1 TlIl 1.1 _
ita best with beautiful renditions and Sunday in January at 3 p.m. 1

Zion Hope to of Christmas music. sponsored by the No. 2 choir 'Living Service for the Living"
'I' The message was delivered by

be DedicatedThe Rev. C. H, Parry. .,: ,TRINITY C. M. E.

On Sunday Dec. 24, Youth
pastor, officers an members c 611 NW 4th St.
.of Zion Hope M. D. Church Day will be observed with "the ReV. E. A. Brown minister
.of the Junior Church
Rev,
pastor
,
request the honor of your pros Sis. Julia Hammond, reporter
ence: at the dedication service of Allen Turner and his officers in Sunday School . 9:30
{ the spew Zion Hope on SundayDec. charge. Music for the 11 a.m. Morning worship . 11:00:
x 24 at 3 p.m. service will be rendered by the Evening worship . 7:00:
direction
'junior choir under the
Members and friends are ask. of Mrs. Ann Smith. The Gospel The youth of the church ex

ed to meet at v2 p.m. at the old Chorus, singing songs appropriate tends a special invitation to their
church 1710 NW 69th St. to for the season will furnish Christmas program. Sunday, Dec.
march In a body to the n p w music for the evening worship. 24 at 7 p.m. Our devoted and untiring -
church 6129 NW 17th Ave. You are invited to attend St. minister is asking everyoneto
Mrs. Vera Johnson, clerk James the "Friendly Church" remember our special prayer
Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor at ,all times. service at 11:16 a.m. every Sun.

a celebration.Don't forget the Homecoming day Remember morning. the sick and the 1 Oscar L Range Funeral Home

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE less fortunate in your prayers.

SUNRISE M. B. CHURCH M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range
Christian Science Society, NW ROCK OF AGES M. B. Mgr
43 Miami holds Its services every 3087 N.W. 60th St.
1 ; Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T. Rev. H. DeLaughter pastor 67th St. and 18th Ave. 5727 N.W. 17th Ave.
Washington School. Testimonial Sis. Clara Carter secretary Rev. J. W. King pastor

held once a month, Sunday School . . 9:30: Morning service . . 11:00 OX 1-0131 OX
;, nestings are Wednesday In each Morning service . . 11(00 Sunday School . . 10:00 .. ., 14343't

::"month the last at 8 p.m. Indt Evening service . . 7:30 I i Evening service . . 7:30: I


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Citizens Enjoy Spend with Snorts SATURDAY DECEMBER 23, 1961' \ GE 21

Spearing ,
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'fhe club room for Senior 81tl- HARRY 8PKA1 ----. ,
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scene of activity and fun Wednesday Virgil Alkens showed age does' Freddy Butts TV Service Calls s (
spend ,the ttec.day 13 party at a sewing for mem- not mean Young a thing Vince when Bonomo he defeated :-:;blasted his way to, a 143 third, Tampa round; :: i :.5(1,:

of the Golden Age Club. A the, 9 technical knockout over Bobby
bers to 5 favorite by stopping Allen, 137, Virgin Islands Mon ALL PLUS PARTS '
light lunch was enjoyed at 1 him in four rounds last weeek. MAKES-ALL MODELS YLARRY'S ,
day ;
night at the Little River
those who attended.The .
p:nl. for Experience means a good deal 'Auditorium.
conversation ,piece was also T.V.
keeping In shape. In the six-round
semifinal
their tb ffullt have which quilted they in art the planning Clubroom cannot Virgil !sell is! a type short of fighter and Chris'Dundee you Nino Marti decision!, 124 to, Carmen lost a unanimous Ace- WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

with an old fashion quiltIng quickly sighed him to vedo, 126, Puerto, Rico. RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRS 1
bee fight Rd.ph: pupas Oil :Bee. 29 at Heavyweight John Gould? 190, We Sell Used TVs on Credit : '
in this friendly atmosphere Miami fceach, This should turn Miami, also pounded out unanimous t
the members discussed becoming, out to be an Interesting bout ix-rovnd> decision over 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
organized into a regular sewing with speed against power. Roosevelt Jolla, 186, Atlanta.
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Wednesday Activity, ,on the spot .
.While sitting around the ring Joe Costella, 142, Tampa, won a H. ,. rAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAArAAAAAAAAAAAAA
they were organized into. the ride at the fight, there was a split four-round decision O".et .
Busy Dees. They also called the lady who had never eeen! a bout Tony Marino, 130,' Brownsville, :
club their newest baby, born oil before in hey life, screaming her .Texas.' i
Dec. 13 after the Golden Age lungs, out for Alklns.. Her name, ,I In another four-rounder prollmltiary -* 4'rawu',3
Club was 13 years old having a VanI Lake-Maris. NO relation to Herman Ponce, 124, k
birthday in April. I Roger, the home run king, buta was beaten in a split decision by
Senior ladies present were friend of Virgil's trainer and Butch Mays 129. I
Mrs. Arabella Foster, program I co-manager, Forrety Tuci.I I' I am taking the opportunity < Irrtiug !
chairman; Mesdames Ella, Williams have mentioned before about ''in my sports coumn: to mentionthe .
membership ; chairman ,I over matching great work done by the Ml
Mary E. Williams, former preal- These young fighters. ami Showman's Club for their '.
dent; Pearl Houston, Elizabeth I I youngsters who are Just distribution of 700 packages 6f \
coming up with an Impressive We wish to express our thanks for your confidence
Houston, Janie Henderson, Ma- record, thrown in with toys to underprivileged children
a good
mie Woodard, Emma Wilson. ,fighter and getting annihilated last Friday and this Thursday
Alma Outlaw, Christine Garvin, Take the last TV show, Dick 600 baskets of food and fruit. in us during the past year and may we
Elsie Gilchirst and Mamie M. Quite a number of Negro child.
Tiger and Billy Pickett, Fullmer
ren attended and made
Gill were
I(I and Paret and Bobby Allen, a
happy. now extend to the best wishes of our \ i
During the day the program last minute substitute who wag' you .
committee was able to put the TKO'd at the Little: River arenaby I There was no segregation and .'
.I think they deserve a deal
great
finishing the Christmas touches on the plansfor Dec. Freddy Butts of praise. It took time and labor directors, officers and staff for good health,
party
on Why Is' the
boxing commission
'(I for this. My best wishes for ail
21 in the auditorium.
allowing this to go on? la. the
readers and good luck.TOOTHACHE.
The December 7 meeting wasa public getting its money'a worth my happiness and prosperity in 1962.
red letter day with the club I should say not. This is what
room full of members and keeps them away. There are over
friends. The Pldpeer Club had ,,75 boys who are training dally
sent representation to the Gold. and in good shape who could he
en Age Club to work out plans used. No, the manager's pick .tort.. front throDblfti, .... .saUGef pooinachs CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. ,
for a joint program in the their spots and then wonder .... fait acting OM-JEL. rain
spring Mrs Mamie Strother, Mrs. why boxing is getting a black KM ta Mtondi. Cuarintetdv OF FLORIDA ;
Let's wake ** Me*.All drvaitoru. .iriNTJ'
and
Scott Etheridge were also on eye. up M ,
the committee. The club was A good heavyweight fight for '- I;
pleased with having these members I Chris Dundee which should TAMPA FLORIDAKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKriKKKKKKKKKKKK
iOf the Pioneer Club pr4l1l' draw. Prentice Snipes and Al ,
put and are looking forward to 'amore I Owens, two hard punchers This
fruitful program year with I should be a real humdinger for
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the cooperation of this club. a semi final.

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Hariett Gordon ARTHUR COLEMAN, Manager
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WITH THE OLD WISH closed Christmas No. 2-276 NW Fifth Street FR 90118LOXNJE I
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PAGE' 22 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 FURNITURE DEPARTMENT STORE




GHANA GETS $133




MILLION U.S. LOANNEW


YORK The United On that trip Nkrumah called
States has decided to lend Ghana Soviet Premier Khrushchev a
133 million dollars for construc 'champion of the African cause I
tion of a huge hydroelectric pro- end a true friend of the oppressed -
ject on the Volta River. peoples of the world."
The decision la designed to President Kennedy decided the
spur the Industrialization of potential advantages of aidingthe r
West Africa and tie the economyof West African republic out-
if

Much hana to pressure the West.had built up weighed Two projects the risks.areinvolved in i We the Employees of'NEALHELMLY' a?

against U. S. support of the proj the Volta River development.One ,
ect since President Kwame Kkru- Is a 196 million dollar dam i
mah of Ghana visited Moscow and the other a 123 million dol t
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One of the many varied activi-I' He was ably assisted by long &
tie that, make Orange Blossom time Schlitz representative John asas
_ Classic weekend in Miami a glU Harris and local supervisor ,' m
occasion and attracts visitors ,Elywn Barnes with three attractive asas err a?
from all over the nation is the ,,! and charming hostesses, .
time honored custom of extend I I Miss Blanche Calloway, Ms- >>
ing "hospitality" to the visitors dames Lola Harvey and Gay rit1h

and their friends. I Lamb. 'S _, ,. )
manufacturers and disc '
Many ''
As an indication of the wide 'I\\
tributors of consumer goods and ctas .
acceptance and appreciation of .
services seeking to enhance the .
the hospitality room guests' I
of their products in
acceptance from 17 states and the Districtof
the Negro Market are more and
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Columbia and from 27 cities
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more using this method at Ne- ,.t1 :;
visited the Old Milwaukee beer t
gro conventions and special wf '::::1 y
Hospitality Room to enjoy the asas .Jo/j Ia
events. Some of these Companies gracious hospitality and partake
have hired Negro Representatives I of the food and refreshments
whose function is to expose i '
provided to one and all without ?
their products to the delegatesand qualification. 111 IIt
visitors on these occasions, ,.
with the result that both the rep '
resentatives and the oroducts C ( K KK C R IK XK 4KK IK. LK asa .
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very high acceptance in this ; Mw
Special Market. GREETINGS
On the Convention Circuit noneis "I' ..':
better known than the success- IJfJ"" I:''I,' "I ., I !
team of MOBS H. Kendrix: and IJfJ' J I; '
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Coca<:5ola, whose presence and IJfJ"" 'I "I"' 'ti "
participation Is nationally knownad UI (:: ,, II'." ..
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whose publicizing of these oc '' )" kIJfJ \
casions, with the result that as"" ")o"-"::\MI, t. _
casions have contributed immea- My
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and such their nationally respective known companieswere figures w \,. : !J Jp ", k\

represented, many of whom
have become permanent fixtures asas
and it is assumed that they will May you enjoy peace .I, A sincere. hop. that the cheer, of the' holidays ,". !" ,
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Marketing Wright Specialist, high with ranking the the coming New Year I, s1 a f.Q( eta .: of our wish to you.,May" our fritndthTp f '

Philip Morris Co., Herb Gaines asa
We '*>>tq miw A' grow stronger as we serve you throughout ,: !
and Roosevelt Rivera with An. sincerely hope you have :
heuser-Busch, George Brown _
and Julian Nicholas with the a truly happy, healthful w the coming ytar .,
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Pepsi-Cola Co., Joo "Scoop" New Year, and Merry k\
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Jones with Jos. E. Seagrams and '
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Sons, Jim Reese with Carling Christmas. "
Brewing Co., Dave Bondu with and
"Body"Paul Masson Builder"Wines Williams, Macon with HEASTIE a Very Happy and

the Ballantlne Brewery and
others. TRANSFERPhone as i
The Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co.'
participated In Classic Festivities NE 4-5910 asas Prosperous New: Year
for the first time with a 'ho' pl.tallty I
room' to boost their popu 3000 N.W. 49th St. .
lar price Old Milwaukee beer re _
cently introduced In the South &JaJtJlJlJlaJa JddI)
Florida market and brought to TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS j
the scene a well known marketIng : It has been proven '
consultant; Norman E.
( Jones to host the affair. Advertising pays off]! I 1

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,/ NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMES Mr. E. Maddox .

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Sold 35 alreadY-Demand so great I Mrs. J. H. O'Neal ;' Mr. Elmer Binz i

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more ; 3?

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Dailies Give .; Richmond Heights THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Youth Council SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 PAGE 23


Classic Top Coverage Orgfiiiteed

The Richmond Heights Youth To enjoy your favorite drinks ina

Miami mass media continued Council got well on Its Way' ota pleasant and distinguished atmosphere J
their established tradition of Oct. 23. At that meeting oUr Officers .
"treating" the Orange Blossom Busness Firm Names were elected by secret, '. ,
Classic as one of the clty'i top ballot. The results were: President "1
athletic events with their pre- Jackie Robinson Achie Pinder; vice, Barbara VISIT THE _
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gatne and post-same( coverage of Hankeraon; secretary
the recently held 29th, ODO. The Rosetta Troup; corresponding
1 Florida A and M Rattlers defeated DirectorNew secretary; Artie Armstrong, SAVOY
the Jackson State Tigers treasurer; Sandra Williams, financial SATELLITE"MIAMI'S
14-8. York Jackie Robinson secretary; Leaale Hayne,
former baseball great and a business. manager; Harole Smith,
Both local dailies The News member of the NAACP's board of chaplain: LaLeatrlce Jones and MOST BEAUTIFUL LOUNGE"
and The Herald and the two Miami directors since 1958, was last sergeant-at-arms, Wallace Bates.
Enjoy the Melodic Baldwin Music
Beach dallies, The Times Organ
week elected a director of the At that meeting it was also
and The Sun, gave complete coY Chock Full O'Nuts Corp. decided that. membership fee will Mr-Conditioned
erage to the event. In addition, Mr. Robinson has served be 50 cents and dues 15 cents a Cut-rate Package Goods
radio and television stations vice president in charge of per as ,meeting.The Yea, we deliver, 4-8 p.m. Call PL 99400
similar service with Coach
pave sonnel for the past five yean in WILBUR J. BRASSFIELD MANAGER
,
John Merritt of Jackson State the firm which first official business was
Appearing on TV Station WOKT taUrants and markets operates coffee 37 ros-in held on Dec. 11, 19 61. At that BARMAIDS] ROSETTA CLEM HAITI)
the night before the game 17 states meeting various committees and PLENTY OF PARKING IN TUB REAR
chairmen were appointed, whichare
made of the Itattlert lie served as chairman, and
cochairman -
A film : Committee, chairman Lee
6222 N.W. 7th Ave. (In Jackson's Store
Bldg.)
practicing in Tallahassee was of the association's i Miller Brown hospitality; com
shown over TV station WTVJ major fund-raising effort, the mittee chairman, Charon Green,
and the station covered the Fight for Freedom Fund, in sick] committee chairman, Mona
Friday practice session of the 1957 and 195961. Cochairmanwith Bethel, budget; committee chair-
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two teams. Complete television him this year is Floyd Pat man, Sherrell Simmons, mem
coverage of the Friday "classic" terson, heavyweight champion. bership; committee chairman,
promotional events showed activities He was responsible for selling Anthony Corneal, program; committee Season's
in the streets of downtown 300 NAACP life memberships at chairman, Michella Jones
Miami and pictures were $500 each during a crosscountrytour ways and means. -: GreetingsFrom
televised later' in the evening in 1957. Not content, Mr. There will be a "Get acqualn- 'r
Robinson became cochairman of be held on Dec. 29 beginning at
The News, for the second consecutive I the NAACP's life membership ted Christmas ,
Party" which is to the Staff of
devoted the first
,
year campaign In 1958.
8 p.m. in the Martin Memorial
page of its five-star final on the He has served in this capacity Youth Center. At this party the I
day of the game to the two ever since, along with Klvte officers will be installed. THE DAVIS
teams. The complete roster of Kaplan Boston Induetrallst and
the clubs, starting lineups, clas- Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, presidentof The parents of all of the
sic record, and pictures of the Morehouse College, Atlanta. Youth Council members are In-
Rattlers' quarterback Jim TullU vited out to this special Christmas PRINTERY
and half back Robert Paramore i f>a 7o.lr>pf Am sa.o1>VAriI*AA AaI get attainted party to en-
appeared on the page. poy this affair with their teen
I agers. *
The front page of Sunday' II I I There will be a "Get a quaintot -
News carried an action shot of 35 cents! for single and 60
the A and M band made duringth slon, or rather, a contributioncents l "May the joys of the
halftime performance.Game for couples. The reason
coverage per ee la both for this is to aid the treasure of holiday go with you

The News and The Herald, which the council. throughout the
New
was given front page sports sec- Their execptlxe beads met on
tion treatment included sequent Saturday, Dec. 16 at 7 p.m.That' Year."
photographs. Crack writers from all the news for now
The Herald and The News a.8 from the Youth Council. We
well as from the Associated would like to have all
boys and JOIN II. DAVIS, Proprietor
Press covered the game. In addition
girls who are in the junior or
AP and UPI assigned senior high school to join us.
staff photographers.On Living in Richmond Heights, 230 N.W. 14th Street Phone FR 9-4922
that Is. !
Sunday, A and M's public Arlie I ItMtCTK'M'CTPPPPPMg'CW "" IC'IICfCICICICICIICICII_ 'a".".
relations director, Charles J. Armstrong, reporter
From ui to you-And you. .. ...
Smith III, appeared on an hour .. ..". .. r. !!I.I!! !I.II.r .Ao.-
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long television show along with nd you.May this holiday

sportscaster Tommy Devine over Miton b* a truly wondtrfcl Moderate Rates-Call
Finest at
TV WLBW. The two com For The Apartments
mented on the game film aired 1 enl
over the station.
Radio station WMDM taped an BLANCHE'S LITTLE
hour long interview at the kick DEPT. STORE I BONDEDRENTAL

off luncheon as well as 30 minutes 6711 N.W. 16th Ave. ,
of interviews on Thursday -' -
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Gregg Mission Just a Crumb ",.--< 'S... ....., ., -i/i-------_....___ .' t iiI
From Your Table Christmas
V 1 Club We can use donations Barbara Ann Davis, three- ,A search was. in progress but"no..''
food, fruits' ''and clothlngr'for;' yearold daughter of Mr. and result was reported. *; **
under prlvlledged, poor,\needy, Mrs. Oral Davis of Rupert Dean
children. i/ Lane, was killed in ,an auto accident I Patrick Album 17, son of Mr:
The Christmas party will be on Dec. 5, The accident and Mrs. Paul Albury of ,Fort "
Monday, Dec. 25 6 p.m. until 10 occurred on John Street. West Flncaetle, was offered:.* two '.
p.m., 1643 NW 1st court, FR when Basil Brice, 20; driver of a scholarships valued at $280 eacn ",,
4-3959 The public Is invited .. truck put the vehjcle In "reverse by the Bahamas Electricity Corp '
and knocked the child down. to outstanding students at Go*
KICKI4lfatslr'stRiC CKKrR CriKliKtt cKltsD"PEACE Preliminary hearing was set for eminent High School. Heh a s'

January 9, and Brlce Is out on ,already obtained hie Cambridge
$280 bond. 'School Certificate and 10 ordinary
level passes in the ,General

Mrs. Euterple Fox, 70, of Certificate of Education. He Is
now studying physics, chemistryand
Claridge Road was seriously injured -
mathematics for the Ad-
on Dec. 9 when she was
vanced level of the General Certificate
> down driven by
r run by a car
Cecil P, Wallace. Mrs Fox, whois of Education.The .
nearsighted and hard of hear-
ing, attempted to cross Wulff Lord Bishop of Nassau
and the Bahamas, the Rev.
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knocked
Road and was: unconscious. -
on Spence Burton, after serving -as
Her condition at Princess!
; Earth, GOOD Margaret Hospital was consider Bishop for 19 years, bade farewell
t
sN ;w ed critical. on Dec 8. A large numberof
WILL to Men Anglican clergymen and other
well wishers were at tlio In tor-
WE extend the heart Miss JuanIta Butler, daughter\ national Airport to say bon
Christmas wishesto of the Hon Milo Butler, MHA., voyage. Bishop Burton went to .
one and all of our and Mrs. Butler, lectured to
Cincinnati, Ohio, and will go to
friends and customers.BEAUTYRAMA members of the St. John's Col-
Cambridge, Mass., where he will
lege Alumni Association Sun enter the Monastery of St. John
6221 N.W. 15th Ave. day'evening, Dec. 8 on "Life InGhana" the Evangelist. He was the fiat
. Miss Butler is a gradu- American Bishop of Anglicans In
Mrs. E. R. Summcrsett, Prop. ,
ate of St. John's. She obtained the Bahamas.
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1 1 liI)i lzl,l' ; 17h91 tJa.Jifu 1M191zAl (versity, and has been teaching Miss Edith Roker, daughter of
English, Latin and mathematics Mr. and Mrs. Elkin Roker of
at a girls' secondary school In Delectable Ray, Acklins, has .
Ghana for 13 monhs.
completed a course in nursingand
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Photograph Covrttty Carnation She Is visiting her parents dur has been awarded the degrees -
Company I ,, ing the Christmas holidays, of S. R. M. and S. C. M. at
DOT FUDOF AND
:POLKA SQUARES FUDGE NUT DROPS -
S Peppermints, Chocolate Chips and Nuts, combined with evapor- ,l ""m '\\ West Cornwall Hospital In Eng
,,,ated milk's better-blending qualities, make creamy-smooth candles. ) i\-.I 1 a41 ; Basil Williams, 20, was win land. She was treasurer of the
"" '.7 net of the annual Mr. Nassau Students-Nursing: Association fora
Contest, Dec. 8 at the Dundas year. Miss Roker visited New

E Health and Happiness! Civic Center. Richard Demerltte York, Scotland, Ireland, Wales
won second place and Arthur and many parts of England
MAY I It be yours Eldon third. The trophies 'w re since she 'left Nassau.
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thout the :year, donated by the Nassau Yacht
.'. long succession: of joys, HaVen and presented by Mrs. T. The Belize Hurricane Relief
"nhrol, \:n by sorrow or A. Toote. Several others gave Fund in the Bahamas closed re
1 r r '..'1". :''', v&.p.h day filled exhibitions in the body building cently after collecting approximately t-
:. r."t.r.I\S. SplrltlSIMON'S contest. $11,500. The largest con.
tribution from tuud
came a
\ HOUSE OF A report' from the Commissioner opened at the Royal Bank of
BEAUTY at Ragged Island on Dec. Canada, the Red Cross and Lie
Ellender Simon, Prop. 8 stated that the sloop E. M. Methodist Church.
All new Quiniela Tote Curling, which left Haiti for 1
6500 'N.W. 15th Ave.
Hoard I' that\ island on Dec. 2, had been
j. GENERAL Strict Post Time will be Mrs. H., R. King missing. Aboard the boat were Support the Fight for
r I Observed Mrs. W. M. Carswell Capt. Raphael Lockhart, Napier
f Individual Seats OX 1.9543KiCKKx14KICIC Armibrihter, and Nelson ,Moxcy. Freedom

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A MERRY' CHRISTMASAND
A VERY
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MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW
)S FOR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR'S
}RESERVATIONS, CALL HAROLD KEMP
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FATHER-SON TEAMS Seenat drlx is a junior associate in his Hon counts among its clients the WE INVITE ORGANIZATIONS
recent Washington Small Business father's Washington, D. C. pub Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta; Carnation 4200 N.W. 27th, Ave. NEwton 3-0611
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Moss H. Kendrir, Sr, and Jr. The ington. The Kendrix OrganlzaIIC'CCIC8CICICICICICIIICIC'IICICICW-:1 New York City.8CCIIICIICIIIII.IICIII8C.II.
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PRESENTING AN teacher. Rev. J. J. Williams,

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PAGE 26 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 Clubs PTA, initiated Mother's into and its Daddies' pro- Brand New Homes !

gram a covered dinner. The dinner ':
and program was held in
I Pink Ladies to LOUISIANA BANSSTUDENT'S the cafetorium of the school on Save Money !
Tuesday Dec. 12.
Owner at 1430 N.W. 59th St.
Furnish Christian : The faculty and students were
I presented a Junior Fire Marshal Open Sunday 2-5 p.m.
ACTIONS Fire Prevention Achievemeut
Hospital Lobby .... Award for 1961. The presentation 2161 'N.W. 59th Street 1318 N.W. 72nd Street
--... -... already was made by a member of
Baton Rouge CORE,
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under court orders prohibiting the Hialeah Fire Dept. at an as Lots for sale Will build to order
desegregation demon sembly especially for that occa
strations, was the target of new sion. BARON JE 8.1340JE 2-4342

curbs by Louisiana state official The annual Christmas program ..'. ,
r.'t 'L'''' := at' a
The Louisiana State Board of sponsored by the school was held :"
Education which administers Monday at the New Mt. Zion ,
Southern University, the nation's Baptist Church of Hialeah. Student
largest Negro institution of higher s under the direction of
k. learning, ordered immediate Mrs. E. Dean and Miss W. John Home And Income
: expulsion from schools under its son presented a playlet, "Calling
_ Jurisdiction of any student arrested All Children Our mayor, Mr.
or Jailed. The board also Milander, gave his annual bedroom frame, in front and 3 room guest house
banned participation in unsanctioned Christmas talk to the children
k. demonstrations. Hun and parents. Several outstanding that could easily rent for $17.50 weekly. $400 cash,
: ; dreds of Southern students trav- guests were present. They were
; eled to New Orleans in chartered Mrs. Maxwell of the Welfare balance like rent.
buses provided by CORE to Board and Mrs. Harvey, a memo
participate in demonstrations ber of the Hlaleah- Miami-
against segregation there. Springs Chamber of Commerce.Our LEADER REALTYWI
community was representedby
TEAR GAS the Rev. Mundy of the New

I 4,000 The persons day before were the dispersed ban some by Johnson Mt. Zion of Baptist the AME Church.Church Rev.and ,,5-4234, _!.:-,.... Z,,,{"' =--.r.....
others from three churches
of
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Greetings from the DCCPTA in downtown Baton Rogue. ft
are happy to announce that
Inter-racial Mothers' Association, Most of the participants were the school
won third prize (ele
Pink Ladies and every good wish Southern University students.The mentary schools) in the Christ.
for your happiness during the mas display contest. This
coming New Year. demonstrations of 23 Negroes protestedhe In- test was. sponsored by the Miami con-
Jailing
Your contribution toward fur nishing the Christian Hospital David Dennis, on picketing Commerce. 1
.obby will be highly appreciatedby I charges the previous day. They Don't forget your PTA meeting .
the Pink Ladies group. We were picketing in protest againstthe .
plan to furnish it beautifully.With failure of downtown firms to E. 0. Primus, principalJ
our efforts and your helpwe provide equal Job opportunitieso II. Reddick, reporter
can do so. Negroes and to serve, them in
lunch counters. Fifty others were and a Happy New Year!

tribute Anyone to the that cause wishes, please to con.call riass ailed demonstration.for participating in the Advertise It Pays! The carolers sing end the bells chime

Mrs. Emma Sweeting, FR 4-1192; of Christmas
Mrs. Leona Call, FR 3-4198, Dr. out the happy tidings
W. A. Chapman Jr., FR 4.8364 day To which we add our own sin
or Miss Marie White. We will be cere good wishes for the merriest of
I more than glad to answer your Yuletide seasons!


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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 PAGE 27 March of Dimes

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Burster! McCormick, 38, Previously he had served two YULETIDE .L!
who has a long record for "tak.. 18 months' sentences and a one ,
ing things" would not be ableto year term In Jail WISHESTo _
do so for a long time. He was
Tuesday to life Im I "-ClCtCtClCClClClilClCtCtClClClCtCP.CfCtCICICQ!
sentenced an think you for the innumerable *
at hard labor because
prisonment he had four felony con Ring out the old times JOu-".

victions. favored us with your

After the state announced it SING in the new patronage, and to wish

had filed a new grand larceny you a multitude of Joy ,. 4yX R
case against McCormick and he Quality Teaching
thru all the .
served time seasons.BARKLEY'S
had already for four
FINE
felonies and had several convictions ARTSCONSERVATORY
on record. Criminal
Court Judge Ben C. "Willard Inv
posed the life term. 615 N.W. 60th St. -
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McCormick, also known asMuletraln Phone 757-1351
," formerly lived at i
1501 NW 3rd ave. His last comp
viction was on Oct. 11, 1960, !
when he was given 18 months
for breaking and entering. A few Merry Christmas CUT-RATE DRUGS Hokey Oray Jr., a fourth
grade teacher at Polnclana Park
months after he got out a new I
Elementary School, today was
filed.
case was 5 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 4.2376 named Central Division Chairman
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Employees: Hall, campaign chairman.In .
MERRY CHRISTMAS accepting the appointment
Mrs. Lillian Ambrose Miss Betty Shelton i Gray said, "I am Indeed honor
ed in being called upon by the
i Mr. John Oliff I National Foundation and Commissioner
Hall to head the Central
Division in this years' drive
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McMinn, Owners The March of Dimes has meant
much to the people In Dade
County and still continues
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Merry Christmas tho National Foundation In
the neglected fields of birth defects
and arthritis which are our
new targets."
A native Miamian Gray has
wish that we could convey to you been a volunteer worker: and
WE area captain in the March of
tI how sincere are our Dimes in Dade County for six
wishes for yogi deep enjoyment of this years lie Is scout master of the
nay Scout Troop at Poinciana
holiday in some more tangible way. But and a school patrol sponsor.
V we are happy to take this opportunity to A teacher in Dade County for
say_"A Very Merry Christmas." six years, he aleo taught In
i reward County one year.A .
AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR graduate of Booker T.
27th AVE. CLINICH. Washington High School, Gray
received his D. S. degree from
J. Holppner, Director Florida N and I in 1948, attended
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hearts for all mankind and this will be

Kindergarten Cooks' Kindergarten 1730 N.W. 57th St.
1753 NW 4th Court 1840 NW 152nd Terr. a truly Joyous Noell!

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Jackson's Todle Inn Turner's Kindergarten WORKSWe
Pre-Certified Grade School 7168 NW 16th Ave. upholster all kinds of

3038 ''NW 48th Terr. OX 1-6772 furniture at reasonable

NE 4-4308 Rev. and Mrs. O. Turner prices

Mrs. I. Jackson
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Laughlin's Kiddie Univ. Poitier's Kiddie Kollege i NOEL W. BARRON

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SEE THE WORLD'S
Christmas enter all our hearts GREAT SPIRITUALAND
Friendly Group Barrett's Land of Nod I PSYCHIC READER
1900 NW 4th Court Mrs. E. B. Kemp : now and throughout the com BISHOP HUNTER

Mrs. V. MoormanDebbie' !
ing year. If yon are sick or worried, don't

Little Folks PlaylandMrs. full to lee me today. Office hours
Playland DavisMumford's dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
Mrs. I. Perry D. 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 ..III.

ATLANTIC to 8 p.m.
KindergartenMrs.
Herring's
Kindergarten
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS Ronnie Jones 8, son of Mr.
I and Mrs. Thomas Jones of 6901
PAGE 28 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 I II I ,%/i of >TW 8th ave., was dead upon ar
I Rev. D. A Bradley, pastor ,
The family of the lat.
_. __ rival at Mt. Sinai Hospital on
"" u----- -- MR. EDWARD (ED) RILEY Mt. Carmel and Rev. Samuel
Dec, 18. Other survivors are a
wish to thank their many ; Dradley of Los Angeles ,Cal.
ulster and brother. Final rites
I I' friends for the kind deeds and other members of the\deceased a
I'I CARDSMUMEMORALSCARD many
I will be held Sunday and expressions during' their ;i. ; \ Methodist Church

-- .,.... hour of bereavement. ELDER :WILLIE G. WOODARDwish Greensville: Fla.
-- Special thanks to St. Luke t to 'thank their many ,

OF THANKSWe CARD OF THANKSThe Mt. Carmel and Rev. P. W. Williams friends for their telegrams
and many thanks to the cards and condolence during Francis
of the late of Albert and their staff. bereavement.DEATHS. .
the family of the late family House their hour of

MRS. MARGARET DIXON "'", -- W.. --"..... The Family Eugene S. Smith of 1145 NW
wish to give special thanks to p ," ', :,.$, 4th ave., died Dec. 12. Services
the Range Funeral Home for it> ; 't m IN MEMORIAMIn were held at St. Paul AME

kindness rendered unto the t ,,' Church on Dec.' 19 at 3 p.m.
family and the Rev. Charles I't' of the late
; ? : ; loving memory with Rev. M. J. Faison officiat-
Knbwlea and his congregation of MRS. MADELINE FLOWERSwho /..... t It' .. ... ... r..._ Ing. Survivors Include his wife
the Church of God of Prophecy, departed this life December Leona. a son Alfred, two daughters -
also thanks to the Astor and 23 1951. ; Mrs. Thelma Lewis and Ida
Carter families and to those who "God of the living in whose Smith; three sisters Mrs. Essie
sent cards, flower and tele rJ' eyes unveiled thy whole crea- .Wr Mae Mackey, Mr. Willie Bell

grams.The tion lies Upshaw[ and Mrs. Marie Grant;
Family ?' All souls are thine; we must I two brothers, Sylvester Smither
: not say that those are dead who I and Marcellus Wade.
CARD OF THANKSThe i' pass away from this our world of r
flesh set free FredMatthews of 10020 SW

family: of the late We know them living unto 182nd St., Perrine died at his

MRS. ELIZABETH ELLINGTONof thee. home on Dec. 14. Funeral services
229 NW 6th ave., Pompano ,; .., Mrs. Rowena Adderly were held at the First
Beach, Fla., takes this methodof ,;: .. daughterMrs. Baptist Church in Perrine on
thanking everyone for kind- Bertha Rolle daughterMrs. Dec. 20 at 3 p.m. Survivors are
ness shown during her Illness ;''>vt', I Ruby Woodslde Dght. five nieces, Mrs. Narvis Daw-
and death. Thanks for cards ," ,. Mrs. Elizabeth Saunders kins Mrs. Lucille Brooks, Miss

letters telegrams, flowers and \ i ... daughter .1 I Florine Cook and Miss Minnie\
donations of cars. May God's r', .'' 1"*I'; Benjamin .Flowers son Cook and Mrs. Rosa Tard; three
I
richest blessing rest upon each of .K, .1. ,,,' :-i Ralph Flowers, son Elder Willie Gus Woodard of nephews, Charlie Davis, Walt
I you. ::t.aPL =a.' .:. "l .: : Bertram Flowers son Decem Davis and Willie Matthews.
'ilt.J41 Sarasota, Fla., who died
Mrs. Florence Wilson I MR. WILLIAM SAUNDERS SR. I Mrs. Eliza Cleare sister ber 10, the last sister of the
Mrs. Lula WhIttaker wishes to express thanks and ap Rev. James R. Smith, devoted Christian leader and a William C. Pinkney of 18 NW
Miss Lillian Ellington I preciation to the many neighborsand I brother voted Christian leader, and a 6th street died Dec. 16. The
friends for the kind gesturesof 26 grand children minister as her two brothers body will be shipped to White
CARD OF THANKSThe sympathy cars and flowers 67 great grand children spreading the Gospel around un- Oak Ga. on Friday Dec. 22 at
during its hours of bereavement. til sic'.cnees: over taken her. 110 p.m. for final rites. Survivors
family of the late, And special thanks to the Francis IN MEMORIAM For.. here we have no contentedcity are his wife, Mary Alice
Funeral Home. mother, Mrs. Laura Pinkney,
Mrs. Mary Saunders In loving memory of our dear But we seek one to come. father, Ben; four sisters Mrs.
And Family husband, father and grandfather Hebrew 1314.Range : Lucy Mae Blue, Mrs. Eloise
I I ':- Johnson Mrs. Ida Mae Harris
ALFRED JAMES and Miss Laura Bell Pinkney,
IN MEMORIAM
who departed this life December four brothers J. C. Emery Edward
a, In sad but loving memoryof 26, 1948. and Ben, grandmother.
I our dear sister Darling we are so. lonely lookingat
.. 1,,", .., ..,. Mrs. Annie L. Lewis of 2316
your empty chair Bishop Thompson of 379 NW
NW 55th Terr dead
1 S a ,. ef Remembering all the happy was upon 14th St., died Dec. 18. Services
arrival at Jackson Hospital on
moments will be held in the chapel on
Dec 16. Mrs. Lewis .came to Mi
d We shared when you were here, Dec. 22 at 2 p.m. The body will
ami
You are still our ,guiding light. more than 15 years ago be on view in the chapel Friday
from Tallahassee and
Ruth Dames wife was a afternoon. Survivors are his
.w" member of Greater Bethel AME
Naomi Newton wife Mrs. Susie Thompson
Church. She Is survived
? by a
u
Mary Ferguson three brothers, William Dave
t Catherine Smith I'on. Roosevelt two daughters and Tom, two aunts, mine
Mesdames Willie Mae McDaniel
Maria Bryant nlces four nephews, grandson.
..-.'. Minnie Dames and Helen Ward two grand-
.
children three anda
great gramds
.. .. Elsie Dames Infant Luvenla Demise McIntosh -
sister Mrs. Janie Bates. Ser
tr .. Sadie Derry of 1900 NW 3rd court diedat
_. i:'I". ,. "t":.'. Ruthleen Jones vices were conducted from the her home on Dec. 16. Ser
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with
chapel Thursday Rev. S. A.
:JW''-,, ....- 'i.;..."r'. :. 16 grand children, Cousin officiating. vices were held in the chapel on
,,,""'" 10 great grandchildrenIN Dec. 20. Survivors include her
",.., I parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McIntosh -
MEMORIAMIn I (Mrs. Elizabeth Tyler of 6441 several sisters and
NW 21st court died Dec. 16 at brothers.

HAROLD MOSS memory of our beloved the home of her daughter, Mrs.
of 7321 NW 17th court wish to daughter Joseph Hunter. Mrs. Tyler came
grand daughter and
thank the many friends for all sister, to Miami four years ago from Richardson .
the kindness shown them in their GWENDOLYN YVONNE JARVIS Tallahassee. Other survivors area

hour of bereavement. who departed this life December daughter Mrs. Blanch Harris Lentous( Farmer of 829 NW
Special thanks' to The House i .. 23, 1959 and a grandson. Services were 69th st., died on Dec. 9 at the
of Albert and the Rev. Ernest t,."" ,.."...,.", May the choir of the angels conducted Tuesday from the Veterans Hospital Services wero

Williams and members for such MISS CHERRY MORNINGwho receive thee; chapel. held Wednesday Dec. 13 at the

courteous service. passed away December 18, And with Lazarus once a baggar, I Stella chape with Rev. Jackson offi
The Family 1953 Mayest thou possess the everlast Mrs. Mills, of 816 NW ciating. The body was shipped to
May she rest in peace. ing rest. 3rd ave. died Dec. 16. Mrs. Mills Arlington National Cemetery Va.
CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Rosalie Johnson, sister I Mrs. Alice Jarvis mother was a native of Jacksonville and for interment. He leaves a wife
Mrs. Margaret Mobley, sister Sam Jarvis father I lived here for 35 years. She is t Bessie two sons: Conrad and
The family of the late, Mr. James Morning, brother Mrs. Muriel Valentine survived by seven sisters Mesdames Rudolph.
grandmotherMrs. Mema Felker Gertrude ,
Constance Pinkney George, Anna Hooker, Mary Graveside vice4 were held
IE IN MEMORIAMIn slater Dangle: Harriet Manuel MlriahBelvln for baby Girl McKay who died on

sad but loving memory of Mrs. Joyce Francis sister and Bernice Mills. Ser- Dec. 17 In Homestead. Serviceswere
our husband, father and grandfather I vices were conducted Friday in held In Evergreen Cemetery -
the chapel. .
,
IN MEMORIAMIn

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during their bereavement. Special
thanks to Rev. Isaac Clark tIVANDERBILT
-_ 1980 NW 47th ST. '
QUALITY HOME
and Rev Fred D. Wright and '--- --

members who made things so WRIGHT, SR.

comforting.The who departed this life Dec. 21, 16400 NW 22nd AVE. BUNCHE PARK BEAUTY
Johnson Family 1967.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Johnson No one knows how much we miss EVERETTE L. BUTLER
you who was stolen from us on Many Others AvailableSUPREME

IN MEMORIAM No one knows the bitter pain Christmas morning December 25,
We have suffered since we lost 1969.

i In loving memory of our darl you The blow was hard
ing wife, mother and grandmother i Life has never been the same The shock severe; REALTY
In our hearts your memory We little thought that death was
MRS. ANNA B. WALTONwho lingers near
departed this life on December Sweetly tender fond and true Only those who have tasted it

22, 1954. No day passes our dear one can tell Phone FR 48135THE
Gone but not forgotten. That we do not think of you. The pain of parting without fare

''May she rest in peace. Saly missed well
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THE MIAMI TIMES
MIAMI FLORIDA
Ora D. Taylor Realty"Nor ,

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 PAGE 29
Better, but Best Homes,
Business Property And Land"A

BEAUTIFUL INVESTMENT 'St. Peter's Cathedral ,JtaADtAAfgASt Jt

See 4701 NW 17th Ave. Fine American Catholic Church stores (CBS). Some
fixtures one 1811 NW 4th court
cottage in rear, furnished, two M
apartments Christmas Ughts'forever tihLJ
upstairs over one glisten
Btor Total price $65,000. Christmas flowers; forever bloom.
$20,000 down, balance $250 per I Sunday, Dec. 24, High Mass at
month: Large parking lot. A 9 a.m. '
real buy.UUSINESS.
Vigil of the Nativity

OHURCH PIANIST St. Janice t ZONES B 1-A PROPERTY 11:45: p.m. to 12 a.m. Carol

Baptist Church. (Immediately.: FOR SALE 12:01, Solemn
Corner midnight
Mass
NW 44th ,
Call Itev. J. L. Johnson 7127 Ave. St. and NW 7th Missal, Deangelio Pontificating
east side.
NW 16th ave., OX 1-2167. NEW HOME the Arch Bishop Most Rev. II,
5 stores. CDS building. Lot size Francis Wilkie. All are welcome.
LOST 100 x 95 ft.
Brown Peklngnesefldog, 4V Direct: from:builder 2 stores size approx. 20 x '60 a DtioA lololt>gatAm1tltAA t>b>rmhAAf Cl1nstmasA.nd
months old, In vicinity of 1652 1073 NW 64th St. each. 2 stores size approx. 20 x 95
NW 67th St. Reward. Call OX ft. each; 1 store
Open appox. 20 x 85.
after 6 'V Sunday 3-5
1 5134 p.m. p.tztCAI'1'ER ,
-- happy
Vacant lot. Size 70 x 70 ft.
COXST. COUP. facing 7th Ave. A 15 ft.
FOR RENT open holiday wishes
city aley: separating lot and

3-BEDROOM HOME. Enclosed adze building.170 Total ft. 7th Prevailing Ave. property value r to all of you

porch, hot and cold water. 7119 I approx. $200 per front ft.
NW 20th ave. OX 1* 576. Mr. FOR SALE :pprox.. land value $34,000. who have been

Dawkins. 1791 NW 53rd St. Price $45,000. Terms $20,000 "PEACE on our customers ,

3-ROOM cottages, stoves and Open 15 cash, balance $200 month. Earth ;
water furnished. $10 weekly GOOD HARLEM DRUG, INC. '
569 NW 8th St. FR 72902. Reduced. Beat buy in town. BKAUTIFUL HOMES YOU CAN WILL I
to Men..99
2-bedrooms, Fla. room, kitchen OWN FOR CHRISTMAS! 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave. ;

FURNISHED 1 bedroom apartment equipped with lovely See 7595221.1425 NW 41st St. ,by calling WE extend the heart! KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK'Q.KKKKK'
large rooms, stove, refrigerator stove and Two bedrooms, CDS Christmas wishes
4190 NW 82nd Ave. refrigerator. Low one tile bath, 5 full rooms. Well to one and all of oW'frlendl
down payment. 1 mortgage. kept home. FHA price $10,500. and customers. KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKYa

LOWEST RENT in town. J- Buy today, get homestead. $60.33 monthly. $350 cash p.us POLITE'S CAFE
bedroom apartment. $H. 3200 FINK small closing cost. See Inside by
NW 47th St. BROKERFR calling above phone or CE
9-2647 5-42 46. 1038 N.W. 2nd Ave.

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Rental Agency FIUKNDLY. NEIGHBORHOOD
Rental collections; property
See 744 NW 44th St., CBS lll
Management, real estate FOR tile ''lilil+
5fiO NW 8th St. FR 7.2902 SALE OR RENT roof, five rooms, enclosed Fla. ,
'oom, well kept lawn. ,
LOVELY 2 BEDROOM Apt. Furniture
across from Booker T. Washington See 1950 NW 47th St. optional. Total price $12,500,
High School. 1147 NW 6th $71.92 monthly. Owner pays clos a
"ye Call Mrs. Ware, CE 5-4608. Call owner HI 5.3524 ing cost. Give the kiddies this eraalp
Evenings home for Christmas.
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1 BEDROOM Cottage apt. $16.60 BEAUTIFUL 3-BBDROOM alt
Including lights and water. 1012 Fla. room front, hardwood HOME I
NW 75th St. PL 84925. floors. Clean 2-bedroom Enclosed garage, newly decor-

CBS, front. ated. CDS, 14821 Polk St. FHA Yr
BEAUTIFUL 2-bedrom From us to you-and
apt., financing, low down payment, you.
partly furnished, rugs, air con one mortgage $78 per month. -end you.May this holiday

ditioner Adults ,only.all 1384 electric NW 54th kitchen.St. Sunday MO 55004RUG Armstrong Manor and Harmar 'lI.on ba a truly wonderful
are now building again in Rich- enal'

VERY SMALL CBS 2-bedroom .... mond Ifoighto. Applications are .
-- now
being
house, received. FHA or
niture. real neat. Brand new fur- conventional. $600 down and A Very Merry
All
utilities paid. $26 a
closing Included.
week.! 2258 NW 58th St. NE CLEANERExpert Apply now to
be Included in these 16 Christmas and
4.3759.. No children. homes. fiWF" *"7 a
They are beautiful designs. 2
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rug and carpet and 1 baths, all 3 bedrooms, ,
LOVELY Prosperous New Yearto
FURNISHED room in CHRISTMASOnce
quiet home. Live,, in it same as cleaning in your home, at porqh designed( built-ins.

home. Call NE 3-6653. 6010 common sense rates. Workbeautifully OUA'I). !fcAYLOR REALTY Christmas all of from all
'again, ss you
NW 31st ave. done. 4208::NW 7th Are.Phohcft .
: 7305221" CE 0-1210 tomes, we remember the
of us .
spectable ROOM in private home for re Ike's Carpet Cleaning story of the Star of the East
working OX
person.
62421. Service Join Your NAACP that led the Three Wise Men

to the Manger pf the Christ
utilities 1"URNJSIlED included.efficiencies, all 1 364 NW 10th Et. Support the Fight for Child. May this same Star
$12.60
week 620 NW 8th st. FR 72902.per FR 9-2134 Freedom of Bethlehem guide you to s

Don't be a Freeloader! world, of happiness.
3-ROOM HOUSE. Unfurnished. _____ -........-.........',..."' 7"1"
.Call PR 72902.E. Picard Rental Agency. Manker Funeral Home PL7-8456 283 NW 79th st

6701 N.W. '15th Ave. .Jt> tlt f AAftk7aftltAftAAlollAStftlsesllAdvertise

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Christmas Eve Day (Dec. 24) ..'


I am NOW in your town. I have helped people throughout the ;Popular Prices at All Times ,', '
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ALL WORK GUARANTEED
If an old man loves a young woman, that's his business if a young
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in trouble, lonesome, business slow, husband or wife in trouble, wanta POP'S CLEANERS. .

home, car, companionship, a special blessing If you believe in 1412 NW 3rd Avenue .

God, believe also in me; for he said "Great things have I done, even "If'I I ,

greater things shall ye do, only believe"-that's my business, here, also. ',I :" '
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Now see me today and be blessed today. Make your appointmentnow ," ..w.l '

by telephoning NA 1-9840, 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.I 1047 NW 3rd Avenue 'I .,
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will) also make home calls for three or more. You have tried the rest ,'-" ',u .'.

come and see the best. May God bless you and STRAND CLEANERS. .
you.PROPHET
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA AIRPORT C

PAGE 30 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1961 EXPRESSWAY
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OPENS TODAY

Afro Has Money Metropolitan Miami motorists
will receive an early Christmas
presunt when the brand new
Airport Expressway stretchingsix
MiamiansThe miles between Miami Inter-
Awaiting national Airport and the Julia o
Tuttle Causeway Is dedicatedat

Afro-American Life In noon, Friday, Dec., 22
The six-lane superhighway will
surance Co., with home offices at
101-105 Union St., Jacksonville, J. C. Smith AlumniThe mllee permit per a maximum hour' and speed will of allow 66 r MerryChristmas'
has sent out a list of matured motorists to rulse from the airport e
policies that are past due. Policy alumni of Johnson C, to Miami Beach non-stop, e
holders are asked to contact Smith University, Charlotte, N, except for a toll plaza at NW
agent if they know the namesof C. ,met and organized a South
14th ave.
any of the Insured or their Florida chapter, the first in
relatives: and their address, or South Florida, Dec. 9. The group The new expressway, which
any information relatives to the met at the Hampton House, but runs almost adjacent and paral
insured. future meetings will be held in let to NW 36th St., also ties Into
Unless these maturities are paidin various cities throughout the the Nortlp-South Expressway at May your Christmas be merry and joyful
the next few months, the South Florida area. the 7th interchange,
ave. per- and your New Year filled with prosperity
money will be turned over to the mitting motorists to drive from
Mrs. Moses Belton, executive
State as unclaimed funds. secretary of the university, as the airport to 95th St. and NW and real happiueii
Following are the names :and
6th ave. without being stoppedby
slated In the organization of the
addresses of those living in MIami
red lights.
chapter while in the city on oflicial
when
policies were issued:
Ella L. Bethune, Moses Wtl- business.All The toll will be 10 cents per
kie, 360 NW 7th st.; Susie Bell alumni of the school are passenger. car and five cents per
Pitts, 153 NW 6th it,; Thomas urged to contact leaac Withers, axle for larger vehicles. Collected
Pitts, 163 NW 6th st.; Mamie J. 3276 NW 48th terrace. Mr. funds will go to the retirementof l v1
Taylor, 331 NW 16th at.: John Withers was elected president. a, $26,000,000 MetropolitanDade
H. Gardner, 345 NW 10th at.; County Bond Issue. The NOW SHOWING
Cora Lee Brown, 1603 NW 5th Friends of the university are expressway will be toll free until .
ave,; Raymond S. Sawyer, 1508 also eligible; to become members midnlte Dec. 22, ,
NW 3rd ave.; Hattie Lowrie, '
1422 NW 6th ave.; Isaac Trouth, -
1833 NW 4th court; Robert E. a
Jackson P. O. Box 4066; Tho- Starts MondayChristmas .
I RTZ, Gr...AAseoorioaaor 1
mas H. Reddick Jr., 422 NW LL' ( Day) ,'"a; ti of wxsE'
11th at,; John Hardie, 1927 NW .
5th place; Marie Hudson, 350 .
NW 10th st.; Monica J. Cooper, I
Mail Rd.; Ietta Virginia Jones,
6630 NW 12th ave.: David Mar
tin Nottage, 1427 NW 1st placer! a :.
Charlie McKinney; Eddie Chas.
Williams, 226B Grant Drive; .
Clarence Dawkins, 563 NW 14th 1

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Market Sts., West Palm Beach; way ithappenedthe PLUS -
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SAY. our community.
Special mention is made also Sunshine ClubThe THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
Richmond Heights of George Davidson one of the Sunshine Club of Dade SATURDAY
developers of Richmond Heights County, along with the Come DECEMBER 23, 1961 PAGE 31 \ .
Traffic Light a who, along with Mr. Marks back Club, annual Christmas
the two developers deserving are Party for the patients at the a. o>a?I1..ADoA7 aOAAI AA .... .._._._>At_.Ar1Ltiugo
BlessingThe credit for having helped to get South East Fla. State Hospital
residents of Richmond the light and other Improve. in Lantana were held Dec. 16. (
rejoicing over the menu, Not anyone individual or A bus left the association .
Seeded light at Highway 1 group ((9 due the honors but building, 83 SE 8th st. at 6 p.m.
It is with
great humility that
ltd Ctiral .Reef Drive. Matiy many individuals (:nd groups. loaded with gifts for Dade
and individuals haVe Best Of all; we have the lights ao County patients. Many went by we extend our sincerest
groUpS much heeded at Coral Reef and cars. A short thanks
rent !lh letters concerning program was ren and gratitude to our
Highway 1,
I tiered in the auditorium where
do not
However, tetters always wonderful customers and
ice
fast as personal cream and cookies were serv
reach g&als as friends. d
contact. Ghana's Ambassadorto ed.The '
during the! period afterstorm monthly meeting of the May we solicit your continued -
It was Donna that Sand Address Alphas club was held Dec. 17. Officers patronage with the r
Marksand elected
were : Israel Armstrong,
Armstrong ", Manor, Was promoted from vice presi solemn pledge that we will
Green Mar Builders, made a personal dent to forever strive to offer
b president; Mrs. Mamie D. you ;
Oolite Rock Co. NN,
visit assured to that they would a.o 7q L Copllti, vice} Mrs Frances High- the finest merchandise and
and was tower, recording "PAT"
secretary Mre.
cooperate with the county in re .llliad Holler, financial ;secretary service possible.
pairing the road which was done I n ; Mrs.. (Oldssie MoCray, treasurer. May we extend our personal greetings and best
later during Ora D.this Taylor same period.extendeda wishes to you and yours for a very Merry Christmasand
Mrs. After, the meeting the club'sannual
personal invitation to Walter Christmas dinner was a highly prosperous 1962.
Weiss, County Commissioner to eerved I : Roast turkey, fried
attend a meeting at her home chicken, dressing souffle sweet Winnie, Ricky, Clarinda, Rinaldo, James
with a small group of Richmond v potatoes,
string beans, limas, po
Heights citizens to discuss need tato salad. SPIC and SPAN
ing attention In Richmond This affair was held at the
Heights home of Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Among those present were Thomas with Mrs. Lillian Holley POULTRY & MEAT MARKETAir
Willie\ Redding, George Demer- 4 hostess.
and Mrs. Willie James
Itte, Mr.
Neal, Mrs Ruth L. Freeman, Don't be a Freeloader! Conditioned and Heated
Mrs Mamie Young and Mrs
Mary Taylor Support the Fight for 4801 N.W. 27th Avenue
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light and road Mr. Weiss ex I The Honorable William Harmon
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pressed his desire to help and Quao Balm, Ghanaian Am f fri. b fri. ti.n\o n\o n\o.no..no..I'"'- .no. ""'- ""'- ""'- '- ""'- '- ""'- ""'- ""'- ""'- ""'- ""'- ""'- '- ""'-
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assured the group the road bassador to the United States 4 q4
would receive first attention will address the
55th Anniversary
then the light He also suggesteda Convention of Alpha Phi i
question period and among the Alpha Fraternity in Louisville, at the BeatTHE I
question was,. "How do we get Ky. on Dec. 27 at 7:30: p.m. at Knight
street lights This was also 6th St. Baptist Church. Ambassador -
discussed and resolved to be a MaIm will ,be presentedthe
ommunlty problem Alpha Phi Alpha Award of
Circulation of a list was suggested Honor by the fraternity's national .
The people of Rockdale president, Dr. William H [Tt'/: /
also circulated a petition for the Hale, president of Langston Unlverslty I.
light which certainly helped. in Langston, Oklahoma
Much credit to Mr. Marks and I I The convention, which 1 Id headquartered -
Mis Taylor for making personal in the Sheraton Louis'
contacts long ago concerning vllle Hotel, will run from Dec, 1& .
these needs for our growing 2630. Highlighting the soda affair .
community Mr. Marks and Mrs. are: The Alpha Kappa Alpha
tayior have letters to verify Debutante Ball, The Delta Sigma
these improvements. Letters of Theta Cocktail.Reception, The
thanks and appreciation are be- Pan-Hellenic Dance, A Tour of
lag sent to the proper authorities Alpha Homes and the closed
for the services rendered Formal Danquet and DaU.I .

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