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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: December 12, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00680
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
isbn - 0739-0319

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Classic' Win Gives Florida \


Rattlers Nat I Grid Title ;I

Jake Gaither unleashed a 180- after the crowd had enjoyed, the
pound j jet-propelled( halfback in fabulous FAMU band and a too
GETS 15 YEARS Clarence Childs Saturday night Jn long halftime, A&M put the game
Miami's fanned Orange Bowl and out of reach. Texas fumbled seven 'I
FOR HOLDUPA the results were amazing. times and lost five, and ended up
20-year-old man last Fridaywas with a minus five yards rushing
sentenced to 15 years in prison The speedy Junior, who is definitely for the
for the $50 holdup of a I pro material, went on to:
L neighborhood grocery rack u; 22 points ((102 for the' Childs contributed three touch'
r Willie James Thomas of 133 NW season) in leading his Fla. A&M down runs and two 2- 4 , St., was sentenced\ by Criminate Rattler teammates to a 28-7 win ,. lie rushed 53 yards in 14 carries,
Court Judge Gene Williams over a good but out-gunned Prai- caught a ,pass for six yards and
after witnesses testified he rob rie View team for the national returned a punt 30 yards.

: ...; '" bed !Bert> Wyngarden of the Jordan grid championship.

,..... ,:.: "..:. Grocery, 5331 NW 17th ave. A record crciwd: of 43,645 (second Bill of Rights
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< at gunpoint.
ave., best In the Bowl this year)
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watched the Panthers Meeting NightThe
Roy Campanella' arrives in Miami to receive the LEGION KICKS battle the (Rattlers on even terms

"Most Courageous Athlete of The Year" award from OUT 40 & 87INDIANAPOLIS for the first half which ended Fla Civil Liberties Union
with Florjda on top 8-1?. But will celebrate Dill of Rights Day
Florida A|&M University! During the Orange Blossom
: Tnd. The with a public meeting Tuesday,
Classic. Shown above from left to right are Ed Cook of 40&8 Society- was kicked out of I Pee. 15 when the main speaker
WFEC, Mrs. Campanella, Roy Campanella and Blanche the American Legion Friday for McKneally revoked the right of Will be Edward J. Ennis at Bay-
.. continuing to restrict its membership the and frcnt' Park Auditorium. Mr. En-
Calloway of WFEC. Campy's trip to Miami was made: the 40&8( to use name
to members of the white omiblem! of the Legion in a letterto nls' speech: will be followed by a
possible by Radio Station WFEC who air ,his radio show race only. John Hobble, Liberal, Kan, question and answer period Nc
Monday: through Friday at 5 p.m. National Commander Martin B head of the fun-making organi- charge for admission Come and
I zation, bring your friends.


I Boat Sinks, 3 Swim 12 Hours to Shore -

Three crow members of a ,
freight beat which sank] Sunday,
swam ashore ,at West End, Grand I- 1'1
Commission to Probe Bahamas, on Monday morning.

I The Coast Guard at West Palm
Beach reported that the three

.. Abuses Justice ; men swam' approximately 18 milesto
of roach land after 'the Lillian :
Brcn Hilda sank west of the Ba

NEW YORK The U< S, Civil hamas. j ; :
I'Rights Commission will expandthe "That's an endurance record it 4k ;
scope of Its Inquiries to probe I ever heard" commented a
shocking' abuses In the administration Coast' Guard officer. The men ,
of Justice, Commission reached shone about 10 miles y l1
Chairman John A. Hannah said southeast of West End about 4 :
Sunday. ajn. Monday They (were swimming .
He added however, that the In the cold water for 10 or
rwould 12 hours aiV rently.
group ' continue to devote H.1
the majority of Its efforts to voting David Cooper, Mlllage Smith
eduoatkn end housing. and Hubert Rolle, the crew, are
''Hannah, who also Is presidentof all residents of Grand Bahama,
Michigan State University, I the Palm Beach ,Steamship Agency I The pretty 13-year-old Fultz quadruplets of Milton,
told the Anti-Defamation Leagueof reported.
Mr B'nal B'rith that he was encouraged I the 31-ton N.C. who graced the Pet Milk float in the Classic parade
by America1 "lively, freight'Radio boat contact enroute with to the port took time out during their Miami stay to visit the new

8 y. national conscience." cf Palm Beach, was lost at 6.50: Christian Hospital as guest' of Dr. Dbzelle Simpson It's' -
"In time our people that will when come a pjn. Sunday. The last message',impossible ,to tell them apart, so not necessarily: in order'

., ,1' to synagogue believe is as bombed one no Chris- said the, boat and was expected"taking to sink on of appearance above are Mary Alice, Mary Catherine,
tian church is sate; when one water Dr. Simpson, Mary Louise and Mary Ann-Johnson photo
school Is bombed, no school is any
steady on its foundations; when The freighter did not have a
one man Is lynched, the security, cargo but was enroute to Palm
of each of us is diminished by so Beach to pick up a shipment to
much; 'when one man I is denied the Bahamas. Search planes and
the right to vote, our own freedom ' ships were Joined by two tank-
His Eminence. the Must Rev. of decision is compromised : ers, but neither the crow nor the
T Francis Wilkie, D.D., DJC.L.I ," be said. wreckage was seen

\,% OSB., has been elected Archbishop -
Metropolitan Primate of 3t
,;.. the, American Cat hoi I: Chu :h.
The announcement was made by
ti the Chancellor after a twodaym '
-etinr of the Consistory Dec. 1
4-5. The Primate's first act' was Wi
t* appoint Rer. FT. Richard E. r, .
Deveaux Jr. local tenura priest .
In charge c<( the Cathedral. ;IJ. i >: : ,. .... 1
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.,,' and carried the operator to, his .. .' .. i'i: f
death. The body of J, C. MitchelL : : J

28, of 2627' NW 48th St., was ,. :;
found at the bottom of the rock- !I

pit on Tuesday. Fellow employestold

police that Mitchell'was Leroy Hardee, right 1958 All American halfbacks Miss FArIU-and attendant look pretty for the people

drilling hole, for dynamiting at for.the Florida A&M Rattlers Is shown receivIng as they are presented to the record 43,645 Orange Blossom ,

the edge of the rocfcplt when the the Miami Times "most valuable '68 ,Orange ,Blossom Classic fans during halftime. Left to right, Annette ..

rig fell Into the depths it of about the pit 4, Classic player award" from Times managing editor GarthC. Madison, Delores Wilma Levy (Miss FAMU) and Norraa
NW ,
located on
mile west of Mllam Dairy & Reeves during halftime ceremonlts.-Johnson photo. Hoffman.-Johnson photo. ,

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MIAMI f IMES-" 'he 'eop ea' 1 Newspaper" I Curci Versus I
4-2085 Free Consultation
PAGE 2 SATURDAY:, DECEMBFR 12, 1959Teen's Caldwell in North-

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of Miami's All-American
quarterback will be opposing Hour: 10-4 2847 CORAL WAY

I Conference Army's famed passer and quar- Eve. by Apt. (Near 27th Ave.)
terback Joe Caldwell in the
Shrine North-South college All-, Closed Wed. Bus 'No.4 to door

With HAROLD, ANTHONY -- Star football game' here Dec. 26
f in the Orange Bowl has started a
big rush fcr tickets. .
The conference this is
week Fultz
QuadsEnter.tained 'The Curci-Caldwell rivalryhas
not strictly for teen timers. It is created the greatest interestin TV SALE
for adults teen-timers and
the since it was founded -
game ONLY $1.00 DOWN
'fldddies. tit is for all! The confer- "
''back in the middle forties,
ence is heard everywhere (becauseit Bill Brown chairman of DAVID JEWELERS
reports ,
is a conference about Christ I I On Thursday evening, Dec. 3,
the' Fultz quadruplets cf Milton, I I the game 1188 'N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522 '
Fans chairman
mas.The are urged by
Christmas Season' is here N.C. (!the only identical quads In "
Bonded Collection :
Brown Agency
if Opposite
to purchase seats now
again. I will make this confer- the world) were delightfully entertained -
ence (and the next) short and to I I| at the home of Mr. and they the Curci-Caldwell want choice seats. "The way Weekly Hours: ,

the point. I have Joined the crusade Mrs. Samuel Stewart by their in: duel has skyrocketed quarterback-interestin 8:30: a.m. to 12:30: p.m.-3 to 7 p.m.'r :. '
to "Put Christ daughter, Rose-Marie. I
back into
I I the game has started a mad
Christmas Teenage guests attending the
rush for tickets we should 'bring
this modern informal party were the honorees
During age, many
more than 50,000 fans: into the
af have Mary .Alice, Mary Catherine,
us really ignored the real Mary "
I I Orange Bowl for the
true meaning of Christmas. 1 1 Louise and Mary Ann Fultz, Faye Brown. said.Already game LIBERTY LODGE PRESENTSThe
asked a little !kid, "What' is Williams, Barbara Walker, Venda three AU-Americans
Christmas?" He Joyously replied, Rei Harris, ReTina Jcllivette,
have been signed up for the clash Greatest Show in Town
"Christmas is the day you wakeu William Bush, Phillip Rahming, while
I more are sought by
and find a lot of new toys." Charles Smith, Sidney Hunter, Game Director Andy Gustafsen.I .
This led to another question, Andrew Davis, Henry Simmons, I I Many of the college players who Friday and Saturday Nights, Dec. 11-12
"Why dn you get toys for Christ- Walter Pierce, William Adams, have been In the spotlight this
mas?" With much excitment, he Freddie Gadson and Carver Gabriel -
fall are slaved to come to Miamito
replied, "Santa Claus brings you I I play in the annual game. The La.TrocaderoSTARRING
toys if you have been a good The young. ,people played cards,
boy." danced, listened to records and

For the benefit of the little boy chatted. The ,pretty Fultz quads TUESDAY NITE5c PATRICIA LYNN RINGER
and many adults too, Christmasis expressed themselves as having YOGI CORTEZ CONTORTIONISTTHE
had a relaxing and -
the birthday of" Christ, our enjoyable
Lord. Indeed, it is a Joyous time! evening of fun BEER BARONS AND EXOTIC DANCING AND
Does a ,birthday have so much! Adults ...present were Mr. and SINGING STARS
Importance to you? To, some of Mrs. Sayler, ,parents of the quads, 6 p.m. 8 p.m.
us, some birthdays are very Mrs. Louise Protho, home economist DON'T MISS THIS WONDERFUL SHOW '
special. So (much so until we do for the Pet Milk 00., Mrs. DOC'S BAR
not iforget to mention them in I' McLaurin a mcrt.'cian!' from Milton LIBERTY ELKS CLUB
the papers, buy special gifts fora I'I and Eugene Morse. They, as
I well as the folk 761 N.W. 62nd St.
loved one or" even attend a young enjoyed I 6525 N.W.18th
party honoring one who is having,I the delightful repast and eveningof Next to Fla. Dept. Store
rather' celebrating a birthday. relaxation I I
Don't some cf our proud fathers,
pass out clears in honor of the, NSH School Chorus
new born? How are you going' to
honor the most loved Balbe of I to Perform I y S
all, the .Hioly Babe? Are you goIng I I
to help him celebrate his
b'rthday although it happened "Messiah"The
centuries ago? Ask yourself. "How I I %
can I heVChrist( celebrate His Northwestern Senior High xr s4
blnthdav T. myself can think of Schrol presents its concert choir
many ways. However, there are Va performance of "The Mes-
only two that I will mention and siah" in the school auditorium ..
hope that you accept them as mere Wednesday night, Dec 16 at 8
,:eesticns: (1)) Thank Him for Soosts! !' are from the; Choirs "f 1varius f -

hetoing you, (because without His local churches. They arc V ?rs
help we are helpless, and ((2)) Let soprano, Harolean Storr, organist -
us not he in, such Q hur v as to -at the Mt. Sinai Baptist 5+ '5
write the day c way, meaning, XMAS. Let iw put St Agnes Episcopal Cfiurc'11;
HIS' name back into the day Jerome Smith, tens, choral director !- 2 J
CTRRTFTMAS. home adults say at Mays Junior High i .k ,
Christmas is for children School; and Dr. Carl Yeager, Y ,
baritone, local physcian.:
once thought it meant
Christmas was a day that children The chorus is composed cf over -
were allowed to do all of 150 voices some being former S
the things they wanted to do. In students end kcal choral stomps. k5 \ )

other words, have a bang up good The accompanists are Berthenla S :
time (with toys, that is). Today, White Iver organist and Marsha Mc- : .
pianist. .
I think it still I; a day for child- .
ren; but at this age 1 thlnlki, it is The Dorsey Junior High Chorus
a day for all children of Christ.A under the direction of William : 1
Johnson will sing familiar carols :
day for them to rejoice in a .
Christian-like. manner for Joy has and Christmas anthems on the .:
come to the world. program The choir is under the p.
direction of Arthur L. Evans.
So let us prepare to receiveour I
KlnglYMC.A! A donation of $1.00 is required, '!


new approach to treat.
George Washington Carver ment and medication bated
branch YMCA will hold election on specialized blood and : :
of officers and board members laboratory te t.. .
Thursday, Dec. 17, 8 p.m. in the DR. H. W. HAAG
board room, 5770 NW 15th ave. ,.. PL 9-8562 TO HER STUDENTS at Morgan State College, Mrs. Winder-Gilkes
All members are invited. points out that Carnation is the safest form of milk for baby's bottle.

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College child-development teacher tells why doctors

See j a, y.. Recommend Carnation for baby feeding. I

Professionally, Mrs. Winder-Gilkes is cause Carnation is double-rich, it is I

DISCOUNT CENTER known as Dr. T. Vivian Winder. She ideal for coffee and cooking, too." Dr.

teaches nutrition and child develop. Winder says no other form of milk

1210 N.W. 62nd Street 'went at Morgan State College in Baltimore will do for the smooth, lump-free

CLOTHING FOR Md. "Carnation is the most cream sauce below. Carnation in the

digestible form of milk for infant for red-and-white can is the world's lead.

THE FAMILY AT ,LOWEST mulas," Dr. Winder states. "And be ing brand of evaporated milk.

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]Between The Lines. Montgomery for Atlanta MAKE Call DEPOSIT OX 6-0231 TODAY '.

time has come for a broad, bold ,,
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advance of the Southern cam- ,
paign .for equality," declared Dr "o\\
Martin Luther Kin? as he announced I
that he is shifting his
From its Inception, I have tak- base of operation from Montgomery I
en seriously the Old South's Ala. to Atlanta, Ga. I
propaganda campaign: to discredit .
the U. S. Supreme Court, andI Dr. King is resigning as pastorof a "*
have taken Just as seriously the Montgomery's historic Dextex
Negroes' apparent indifference to Avenue Baptist Church and mov-
it. i .. inj his family to Atlanta, wherehe
will become co-pastor with his
So far as Negroes are concerned father
In the 4,000 member
this up-and-coming movement -
Ebenezer Baptist Church. This
constitutes one of the great I new pest will give the "American -
dangers tothe future of the I *
Gandhi" more time and a
American Nejroes, and nothing ti I If
much better location to direct II
could be more dangerous than the : t; the southwide/ campaign of the f
Negroes' current unconcern, with \ Southern Christian Leadership ::

its ultimate implications Our Conference of which he is head. ..
current: preoccupation with fine r Dr King will remain associated -
,, cars and fine homes, cocktail with the Montgomery Improve-
parties and good times in general 4? tan tanta I. Hancock ment Association, which launched -
I is not the answer to the questions < I and directed the world-famous
serious questions which (Ibus boycott. He has assured its

the current propaganda campaign the 14th Amendment,, Mays said members that he wll be in and to
poses. by the reversal of its position out of Montgomery "almost as ..Z4j" ,.
must not be lulled to
Negroes "
much as ever.
by the Supreme Court Itself, or
sleep by the fact that few Ne- by action of Congress and orderly For the past year the Southern '
groes are elbowing their way into amendment. Christian Leadership Conferencehas M
higher echelons of economic I I been pleading with Dr. King .
well-toeing. The teaching profes-I 'The first seems out of the to give it the maximum of his.
sion is currently enjoying a roundof question, since the court has invaluable leadership Dr. King
higher salaries but the masses adopted the policy( of committingnew emphasized his change of residence -
of: Negroes are still marginal and Justices to the rule laid was a painful decision, but
sufo-lmalrginal in their economic down In the school cases, as they came in response to the appeal] ,
lives. take' their places on the bench. of the SCLC that time was right '
Of course this writer as usual, The remedy therefore, is in the for expan'ded, militant action :!
Is morally and Intellectually hands of Congress alone .across the south, and for which r'I;

weeping and gnashing" his teeth; hi.. ,presence.. closer to headquarters -
and it mljht be highly profitable 'The pamphlet} was put out by vas indispensable.
If he were joined bv a larger and the commission's public relations
larger increment cf committee, headed by the NewsLeader's
: Negroes who Letter to The EditorI
editor, James J. Kllpat-
are supposed to be in the know.
Some weeks this rick. It Is beinij mailed to some .
ago column
aim taking opportunity to
20000 public officials, schools,
attempted to pinpoint an answerto cnd yoU best wishes for the holiday ElegMtcs
libraries and similar interested
the question Imposed,) by the \ season and to renew our
current propaganda campaign. It persons on" the commission'smailing subscription to. the Times which!
wa surgested that "rebuttal I suspect is somewhat overdue!
clubs" be organized to argue our The foregoing sets forth what If there has been an increase in
case in the columns of the white the state rIghters are doing and' the yearly subscription rate, IF YOU WISH THEM THE ?3EST-
pass throughout the nation. plann'ng.'! They are carrying their I !lene let us know

Of course, If our plan was re- fight to Congress and I amy add, We continue to find our weekly WHY NOT GIVE IT?
jected, we had hoped other plans with the remote prospects of copy of the Times most inter-
would be forthcoming. To reject winning their ipolnt, thus contravening esting the current news ci the
even a 'poor plan without replacing the decisions of the U, S. civil rights issues in Florida and
it with another does not Supreme court. Miami/ in ,particular and Ruth
str'k' us as meeting head-on a Perrv's excellent column to &henlcq
problem that lies With southerners In the congressional mention a few.
as an axe at )
the root of the Neyro'a tree of; saddle these states We wish you well.
life. renters hare a fighting chance. Helen and Alvin Berckmann

Th Negro may as well wake There are 15 or 20 millions of us Phoenix, Arizona .

un now, as too late, to the fact Negroes In this country; what are PlMWAlJAvtf In t/le&ecattM cf 9(1tl
that the Old South is on its way! we proposing to do about the curt -
The Richmond News Leader D rent threat? I, LADIES SLIM DOWN IN

rent date carried the following This column's suggestion Your gift speaks eloquentlyof i
crla? reference to the propaganda not have been foolproof, and it I YOUR HOME your desire to give the
campaign: I
I may not have answered every best when your choice is
"Dk!' ribution of the second in question but it is far better than I ST AUFFERHOME in
a series, of pubHctions. stressing doing nothing but /wishful/ hoping, the Whisky Elegance ,
\!/' rl hts under the Federal 1 PLAN the Decanter of Elegance
Constitutionwas I The Old South Is busy with a s
begun this Graceful in its flared
week (Nov. 26)) by the Virginia constructive program. The Negro Offers in
Commission rn Constitutional had better bestir himself or else I you beauty, this smart Decantergiftwrapped -
Govorrnmcnt. The current he will wake up sorrowfully to your own home. Free dem- in V ,'
pamphlet -
Is' the stern fact that Ocngress has Bch
entitled 'A
question of onstration. Call FR 3-6977 y
rich foil-contains a full
+ Intent' and comprises the text of undone all that the Supreme court
r a statement made May 14 by has done. I Indf fifth of incomparable V
commission Chairman It can happen here-and to us!
David J I Schenley . all at no extra
Mays before a Senate .vubocm- -
mittee on constitutional' amend- cost.Just remove the cello-

ment. phane sleeve, and it's readyto
"Mays urged the Congress to, give.
initiate an amendment,
out in specific language, that spelling the Regular quarts pints and half pints are also giftwrappedin

stot-si and never have surrendered the same beautiful foil.
thus retain the right to
operate racially separate
canal: public schools . but You Gn IUKDED WHISKY M foot',M# CrI.I""rallI"" h.nln Oliillhn &, .. t. 6.

'Th are only two ways of d Ty c c.n
restoring: the original meaning of sew


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Christmas Recital Guaranteed... ............................ $4.75 y

Your Portrait- JOnly ................ $1.00
'Hie public Js cordially ,)Invited
to attend the annual Christmas Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios

Recital ington High given Booker The T.85 Wash-voice Guaranteed Watches ........ from $6.95 ,

chcral society will- be featured
Tuesday, Dec. 15 at 8 pan in the DAVID /
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auditorium. N.W. 3rd
Office at 1112 N.W. Third. Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3.2236 Special guest artists will appear -
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 .
on the prairam.A
will be;taken.Among .
silver offering
SIOISMUND REEVES, Editor r,7o7> a oA >
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E. numbers to be presented aaaaaa?lOmDoX?a?aaaaaaaa>aftDrla aa ala9 i hxA
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager

-- Member of the Associated Negro Press -' Cantique are: ,De Noel ((0 :Holy JINGLE BELLS, JINGLE BELLS
Night) Adams.
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Member of.the National Newspaper Publishers Association Scene,11 Troratore) Verdi. (from the Prison i JINGLE ,ALL THE WAY K KTO

TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS And the traditional "Saint Ce- nr4
"The Time* Are Than And We Are Changed With celia Mass." .
Mrs. Leila R. Williams is directress.
Edna Nelson; is presi- R
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK dent of the Choral Society. fc

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the Orange Blossom Classic over, its 43,645 ElectionThe i 601 N.W. 2nd Ave.MiamiPHONE

fans lare now getting ready for the Christmas holidaysand the 2-10 .
Miami branch of FRanklin 1.2771 p.m.i
do you realize it's but 12 days away? Better hurry NAACP will hold its annual elc- .
with your shopping, and if a commercial fits in here, just tion meeting on Thursday even- i .
don't forget to*patronize your Miami Times' advertisers ing, Dec. 17 at 8:15: t'( .m. in the CHRISTMAS SPECIALS x
crfflce 809 NW 3rd
NAACP ave.
In case you forget during these busy days,scan the Because of Christmas the regular e Massages Whirlpool Baths Spot Reducing a ai
following and read carefully our Christmas issue, Decem- mting date has been advancedone w :
ber 19, for all of them. I week All members are requested Colonic Irrigations Mechanical Gym and all other S
to be present as this is i
Grandway at 54th St. and 12th Ave.; Star Meat one of the mist<< important meet- services at reduced prices with this coupon "
Market, 62nd St. near 15th Avenue. Ings of the year.
The ........ !..!Ml III...UK, =
Community Drug Store 15th Ave. 68th St.
Barkley's Cut-Rate Drugs, 12th St. and 3rd Ave.;. Sue's I I entitles bearer to CHRISTMAS a ai
Writer of Rock of Ages coupon
Health Service, 6th st. land' 2nd Ave.; Brownsville Drug i
Store, 46th St. land 27th Ave. Everything Everything in for Gospel the Music. Church. i SPECIALS at''SUE'S HEALTH, AND REDUCING =

Baker's, Miami Avenue; Leonard's 2nd Ave. and '8th Hymnals;, Furniture. Mail orders CENTER 601 N.W..2nd, Ave.
St.; Booker T, Shoe Store, 1190 N.W. 3rd Ave.; Apparel fJ'OJTWtly! filled. 936 N.W. Third "
Ave., 1. FR 4-8904 Miami,
Apt ,
Wholesalers, 127 NW 2nd.St.; Goodyear Service Store, Fla. Get your 1960 commentary. i BLANCHE CALLOWAY PUBLIC RELATIONS =
900 Biscayne Boulevard'Seejay Discount Center; Orlins to
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ments, Lowrie Realty, Summons (Coconut Grove), Baron, ChristmasCall I ," ji""" 'Cf. '

Gold Coast Realty, Bright's Realty, Bonded Collection NA 1.0470 OX 1.9710
Agency, Rathblott and Sons, Philadelphia; Killian Homes,
D&H Construction Co., Stanley Builders, Orchard Villa Easy. Methed_ School Opa Locka's Largest

Apartments, H. Davis (mortgage broker), American of Charm and

Homes, J. R/Taylor, Miami National Mortgage, Miami ReducingEDISON f ApartmentsMAGNOLIA
Plaster Products, Armstrong Manor, Inc., Blackstone.Is I
your TV working alright? If not, see Vets Radio

and TV; or Rudy's Radio Center, American Phono TV, - GARDENAPARTMENTS
Sootins. _

Insurance: Central Life, Metropolitan Life, Service CENTERSee ,,
First Insurance Agency. 5561 N.W. 7th Ct,

The Movies: Lib-City Drive-in, Bunche, Ritz and Cap- $590 Cash
itol Theatres.
Florida Power and Light Company' Houston Gas $79 Month
Corp. Balance 7400. Two bedrooms, Free Stoves and RefrigeratorsFree

Places Oarver Dining Room, Sir John's Golden oarporte. Will be 'open Saturday
Eating :
and Sunday frcm 1 to 6' p.m.
Water Rates
Embers, Tucker's Famous Restaurant (Opa Locka), Cheapest

Dot's Chop Suey, 64th St. and 15th Ave. RARE GEM
Furnished Unfurnished
Carnation Milk. Open 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday or ,

Electric Service:, J. B. Smith. I .
See 3042 NW 57th St.
Beauticians: Sunlight Beauty School, Ceasor's Uni RENTAL OFFICE LOCATED AT
versity, Modernistic Beauty Salon. Completely
Super Speed Launderette, The Jamaica Candle ,Shop, FurnishedMove 14255 N.W..22nd Avenue : ,
David Jewelers and others. And let us not forget our clas ,in Today
sified ads, small in size, but big in results. (Opposite The Magnolia Hospital)
$300 Cash
Metro Commissioners have decided to erect signal Spotless Ideal for small family OR SEE SUPT. ANYTIME IN APT. 2
Good terms. Owner
on premises
lights near 72 public schools. The contract was given to Call Mr. Richard or visit . .
the Elder Electric Company at a cost of 15950. ,Call ,Mr. Lentin
This means there will be 72 school guards seeking Gold, ;Coast Realty
employment elsewhere. REALTORS WI 7-2420
4301 NW 2nd Av. PL
of Miami to name a 1.2446
Metro also ''asked the University .
liason committee to work with the commissioners.The L .. "1

Julia Tuttle Causeway at 36th street that ,joins :' "ok.'I .J;
Miami to Miami Beach has been completed and will be .

open to traffic following dedicatory service o'n Saturday FR 9.6265 Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

morning at 11 a.m.'The new causeway was b.uUt'at'. a, cost
of $4,000,000. It is named after one of Miami's pioneer

citizens, Mrs.: Julia Tuttle who did much in Influencingthe WHY NOT BE' HAPPY ?
late Henry" M. Flagler to extend the railroad i l'. from
Palm, Beach to Miami some 62 years ago.

Another dedication service will take place dn Sunday See BISHOP W. J. DA VIS
when the new Mt. Sinai Hospital at Miami Beach, erect-
ed at a cost of $10 million will be dedicated.BY .
Teacher of Metaphysics and Spiritual Advisor :

Will help solve your problems, will tell you how to be cured of things
REQUESTThe you were not born with, you can bs made happy, successful and get out
Original 12th Street Valet of trouble. If you have love problems, marriage problems, money prob-
Formerly located at 1151 N.W. 3rd Avenue lems, why not consult Bishop Davis today. .

Has reopened in its new location All Information Given Strictly Confidential

710 N.W. 3rd AvenueFOR

BETTER WORK AND SERVICENATHAN'S You will be surpirled at the results you can lee in 7 hours after the
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Fashion Show' I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bray

By __ORA. __0_.__TAlYORCASTOR (_________--_-_-_-.--...-...,...,.... : A*"Christmas Fashion Show twill 1160 NW 55th terrace, Sunday,'' 1'1)
44444445 4Q44 444444 K75 :::II'I"; l'ii''ii' V''OY''XTY be presented by the Futurf Designers DC. 23 at 4 pjrt. No admission, ;

RETURNS ..mazd with the new development of Miami at the home, ... of, The public is inVite ,i>t '( ,
I In South Florida and Dade ,., .. ..._... .
Tae members and friends of .'" '1.
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GJb>bs Chapel! North Miami Beachare County '" .tll It".I'{II f
congratulating Rev. W. E. VETEIRANS AND FHA BUYERS {
Taylor for his return to Gibbs 511'11Ce'you have only one eligibility : ThoseI . ._ i !
(Jhj.-el: as progressive pastor for certificate, please see us
another year. Thanks to Senior before you Invest in a cheaper k '
: Bishop Sherman Green and Pre- type: home !for same certificate.We who :t1.
siding Elder Frank Allen of! the offtr oak and terrazzo floors, ,
,omn Miami District of the 11th bath and a half, built in kitchens
Episcopal District. Rev. Taylor and many' modern (features. These live in't' .
and friends are also 'congratulating fine veteran and FHA 'homes are i ,
your scribe. for having had dorately termed VA no .
the honors of Evangelist conferred down, $450 closing cost FHA ::
upon her by Bishop Green cn $300 down $450 closing. For this style. . )
i Sunday evening at Greater you have the spacious home you .
I Bethel AMS' Church at close 6.f desire: Call CE 5-424. ':.'+'
Mrs, Mamie Larrimore Wells, the annual conference. WELCOME NEWCOMERS I
proprietor of Wells Guest House, The Heights has many new-
MW/ 2nd ave., entertained a group comers. Among them the Will I
o'! local and out-of-town friends CHRISTMASThe ,Kiardys and the Samuel Claritysof
n tact Saturday Orange Blossom first: 11 families to, occupy Winter Park. Mr. Hardy is ,.
Classic Day. The group had been Alms tax ng Manor will move in purchasing a home on Madison \. '
invited to View the parade from for ,Christmas. These beautifully with your scribe, the broker. Mr..It... ."... 1101
the vantage point of the balcony designed homes are located on Claridy: is purchasing an Armstrong 'I
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at 1020 NW 2nd ave., and then to Llncv Boulevard near 117th :, Manor home. Mrs. Mamde,\ ...
enjoy a delicious and bountifu ave. A1p?l;,atkns on the next Young Ellis Williams Jr., Ellis
buffet luncheon. group' of Annttrong Homes to begin Williams Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Lculs I
Guests were received Into thef in January, are being taken 'mmons, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth II I
'eshly decorated lobby: and private and processed. now. Come to the Bethel Mir. and Mrs Council
: apartment of the hostess by I model. home across from Florida Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland II
her: sister, Mrs. W. C. Bracking- P uer & LLht plant as you enter Jones
t n. Mrs. B. Perry, long-time the Heights and see for yourself, I
friend assisted. with the luncheon. as these .first apTJicants;: have Winter SocialNorth I
G jests included Mesdames: done or call OE 5-4246 for information -
Biker Beatrice Brothers (Melbourne < < Dade Civic and Social .
),. Beatrice Burroughs, Club invites you tc be present at ..
Alice Butler, Alice Dean, BlancheD its Winter Social. Tickets are on
Roy Partridge, tusines
?:m. Carrie Evans, Chavis How- mana- sale In each community and aNew : I'I
ger cf Florida A and M University Liberty City Bar and Grill
a.d, Carrie Johnson Belle Jordan -
Vercnlca Job, Bertha Lewis was a pleasant visitor last Music! and dancing. Monday, Dec'I S .f Qr
E. K. Lockhart, Ida Sidney, Saturday Mr. Partridge was 14. Endell Martin, reporter, ,
G. Sands: Ella Smith G. R. Love,I ____ I'I'I
Lillian Mack, Edna Nottage I <
Ma Lewis King! (Jacksonville), Ernest
(T.mioa), Artie Richardson
mie Thom.Son; also Miss Willie and Rufus Dixon, Officer Edmund -
Parker, Miss Annie Roberts (Key Ra tclitte.McKinney, and Charles, P.j 307 N.W. 2nd Ave. GORDON GIN''i'iIf
Miss Singleton, demand
Mess West),Clara Russell Mary and Cathie Members of the younger set We copy and enlarge pictures of

Williams; also Rev. and Mrs. E. T present were the' Baker girls, the your loved ones at, half price.
Graham, Mr. and Mrs. George Nottae grandchildren, Sheryl Phone FR 4-3034
St'rriup' Dr. and Mrs Charles and Dclborah McKinney, (the Dil-I you have a taste for G... ,
Wl'llams: Mr. and Mrs Love] lard bays and Gracie Sidney the, finer things, always ask for
n' harc'son and Mr. and Mrs., ..!L '....... ...-.r:.. .._. ...._ i.--.1r-- Gordon's authentic London Dry Gin i4 t

J: hn Dlllard. So smooth and dry . ,11I s

s'y Also'ant! Mrs.principal Margaret Howard Blake as-W Miami Plaster Products of such delicate flavor. . ily;;",101

Bake Hl;'h School (Tampa). you can enjoy it STRAIGHTS lor 7f'WCOIIr"llftt s nm .
M.s. Ida ,,Ratcliffe, principal of IowoNGn
Bonsvire' Junior High School
, aid Dr. Bculah Carr, professor Corp. Tfitrt'i no Gin likt GORDON S .
Fngllih, Bethune Cookman College -
: (Daytona), Also Charles
4715 N.W. 36th
.''-nus, principal Matthew Gilbert Ave. NE 4.4539 K0> % KBTU KfUOTt WTIUIB nOV OUtM, M MOOT*GORDON'I air 6IX CO. uo. IINOU. N,t,

High School XJacksonville),
Robert Harris (Atlantic City), PREPARED SAND FINISH PLASTER rM"A''i. I9II': -

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Drape ,..-....}...c 79* A 996 ?'Register,- Bank 3.69 j PLASTIC COVERSPermanent
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Series I of 8 ................... 7ft. protection for furn erne
without hiding its beauty ae ONfrstise
b Gun A Holster Sets 69* up' Doll Carriages 3.49 A 6.9) J JA Jt

Infants' Gloss-Cleor, 8 gauge Dura Makes everything DUST- :
CLIFFORD "Baby" COMBS' Complete line of toys, tricycles, wagons, (men's wear, J vinyl plastic FREE, ALLERGY-FREI:, ;

PROPRIETOR wear, uniform., children's. wear, glassware, dishes, pots, pans, J 4 r t, ,; ". _<\ I n'OUr home MOTH-PROOF, DIRT- :' ". '
oil t PROOF, NON-Inflomrnobliti > ':" .t
hardware, 'houseware. towels, sheets, pillow cases, heaters
always featuring the ', Warranty (both Easily cleans with the r
Aa stoves gifts, .paints, bru.he., drugs, coemetlcs, hair-goods, costume j M... d Workmanship) "wipe of a cloth''
finest food at popularprices jewelry, wallets, buckets, palls, brooms mops and many j
A Individual zippered with
other Items too numerous to mention. we don't have It, we olr vents, Inch cushions
will get'It for you.


Lunches Half price for children USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN-NOW Co/// NOW PI 15841QRUN'S

Complete under service soda 12 fountain lAX CUT RATE 5 & 10 j Ia 759 N.E. 79lh' ST,

Dally and Sunday .
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," 2749 N.W. 49th Street Richmond Heights
I Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor

Annie Pratt, reporter Jean E. Scott, reporter

I Sunday School....................... 9:30: Sunday School ..........._........... 9:30:
: Morning worship( ................... 11:00: : Morning service .................... 11:00:
: Evening worship .................... 7:30: BTU ...................-....................... 5:30:
Evening service ........................ 7:00:
O An inspiring sermon was .delivered I

to turcij by the Castor Sunday a* THE INCARNATION
3 pjm. and was enjoyed by all,
me at the organization of the 1835 N.W, 54th Street

Brownsville .Baptist Church. Fr. E. S, Clarke Jr., vicar. .
Susan Rutl"r. r"I"'rt.|
We wish to thank all the good

ministers for cooperating in i Sunday, Dec. 13 at 7:30: p.m.
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss carrying cut the services, which there will be Sclemn Evensong
was a thrilling experience for all. I with a program of Sacred Music.
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Olive Alexander, execu Those officiating were Rev. Randolph : Mrs. Berthenia White, M.S.M.,
I tive director of JESCA, iwill lead Thompson, superintendent I will be the 'Bluest organist. The
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 12,1959 the discussion at the Baha'i Cen- cd Missions for the F.E.C. Association public is cordially invited.
ter, 137 NW 11th ave., Sunday, ; Rev. P W. Williams, 2nd
Dec. 13, 7 !p.m. Her subject will vice moderator; Rev. E, P. Brown, I Christ Episcopal Church and
HOLY REDEEMER METROPOLITAN AME be "The Oneness of Mankind." Rev. B. T. Brawn, Rev. C. P the ,Church of the Incarnation
I Everyone is cordially invited to Preston and Rev. J. W. Watson are presenting Bernard Hunter,
Mass 7 and 10 (Sundays) Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor participate in this discussion. lou! are always welcome at M. Mus., concert organist, in an

Novena 7:30: (Wed. night) Sunday School....................... 93:0 Brownsville Baptist Organ Recital en Sunday, Dec.
Baptism by Appointment Morning worship .................... 11:00: MT. ZION A. M. E. 20 at the church at 5 p.m. Sub-
Information Class 8 p.m. in Evening:! worship .................... 7:00: TEMPLE BAPTIST scription $1.00. ickets are on sale
School. All are invited :22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. I Contact any of the church mem- .
Everyone is welcome at Holy CORINTH BAPTIST Opa Locka Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor bers.

Redeemer. HOT information call Rev. C. J. Jemcuii, pastor Sunday School ............ ........ 9:30 -
PL 92369. Rev. W T. Thomas, pastor aunaay; Scnooi ................ ,::5U a.m Alcrning worship .................... 11:1)0: ) - -.
Phone NE 5-1518 Morning worship ............ 11 a.m I BTU ............................................ 5:31): \ '
Holy Redeemer School Is still Sunday School....................... 930: A.eague ................................ 5 pjnwofsnio Evening worship ...............?... 7:00 LOTS FOR SALE
offering a religious correspon- Morning worship ......._......... 11:00 eNenuig ................ i pj& I /
dence course for any inquirers; Evening worship .................... 7:30 Sunday is Home Coming Dayat
this is a (free service of the school Ctme and hear a gospel preacherand TRIUMPH'CHURCH Temple. Members who have Corner 110 x 110
aimed at keeping adults inform successful pastor been "resting" during the warm Build on your lot

ed on religious topics. A book is trince H. Mobiey, pastor summer months are expected to i I mine
sent and then the person can send Sis. C. McKinney, reporter be present. or

in reports on what he or she has GRACL PRESBYTERIAN: School of Wisdom ................ 10:00 Members elf the choirs are ask- We take care of financingNO

read. These reports are standard Rev. William F. Savoy pastor Evening service ........................ 8:00: ed to attend rehearsals on Thurs- I
and so they can be corrected and 14 th Ave. and 69th Street V. P. E. Band ............................ 8:30: day and 'Friday evenings in preparation MONEY DOWN

the mark sent back: to the writer be; Sunday School ............ 9:30 sire Tuesday and Friday.......... 8:00 tors are for anxious Christmas.that there The direc-be no 'Cash paid for your lots or
and misunderstanding can
pointed out by this method. The Awning Service ............ 11:00: a.m All roads will lead to TriumphThe "silent voices" in the group.
Westminster Fellowship 6:00MARTIN : homeSEYMOUR
general public is encouraged to Church and Kingdom of God
take advantage of this free edu- in Christ December 9 thru 12,
cational program.The MEMORIAL AMt. when the annual meeting of 1959. Have You a BARON
parents of the schoolchildren will conve e. The church is located -
Richmond JE
are urged to attend the Rwv Heights at 1752 NW First court, Drinking Problem? 8-1340
free information class given in Aioeri pastor Prince H, Williams is the ,pastor Licensed and I Insured Builder

room 201 of the school. Catholic Sunday Milma School Harris.....,...reporter............... 9:30 I and Bishop Earl L. Simpson of Call OX 1.1278

doctrine and discipline is discus- Morning worship .................... 11:00: I Buffalo, New York, presiding J-----,-. .
sed by the lecturer. There is no ACE League ........................... 4:30: oishcp' of the 5th district.

obligation incurred by attending Evening wolship .................... 7:00: The first session of the meet- I
these sessions. Special appointments ing began at 12 noon on Wed- RIVER'S'LICENSEL
will be given to anyone !
nesday and there will be a won-
who desires a more derful program on that night.
time. If you desire more information 3078 N.W. 45th >St. Many groups and persons from
please call OBTAINING ONE
,about the Catholic Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor greater Miami 'participated on the
Marjorie Shelby, reporter program.All .
Faith will be given gladly over Sunday School ........................ 9:30 our friends are invited to O'BEftftVS
the phone for those who preset Morning worship .................... 11:00 come out and enjoy our Bishop

such. BTU ............................................ 5:30 with us.
Evening. worship .................... '1:00KELLY'S MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
FIRST UNITARIAN St. John's of The Nazarene ' '
FR 4.7756 :;: ;
"Ecclesiastical Fuss and Feath-
1476 N.W. 58th Terrace
ers" will be the sermon topic of Esther 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
McNeil Lawrence Reddick
reporterRev. pastor . .
the Rev. Robert W. Sonen, -minister .
Leroy Dell, pastor Frank Bryant, Associate
of the First Unitarian Sunday School....................... 9:43: Sunday School 9:45:
Church, Dixie Highway at SW Morning worship .................... 11:00 Morning worship 11:00
29th Road on Sunday. Dec. 13, M. Y. F. .................................... 6:00 NYPS 6:30: RUPTURE
11 ajm. Following the service, the Evening worship .................... 7:30 Evangelistic Service 7:45Tues. : o PILES PROSTATE
Unitarian Church School sponsors -
will hold a luncheonmeeting. .-Prayer and Bible 8:00: Rectal Diseases 0 Varicose Veins

The program will include a Church of The Open DoorDr. The Crusade for Souls opened Effects painless, non.surgical office treatments at low cost-
demonstration of the of filmstrips
in the church use school pro- H. C. McDoweH, pastorA. with an encouraging crowd at no loss time or Income. Avoid surgery and hospltatlzatlon. Why
E. McNeal, reporter the St. John Church of! the wear truss Why suffer, delay and get worse?
gram. rene Monday night, Dec. 7 Naza-I
The choir will sponsor a Rev. McDowell, Earnest Crow- guest singer, musician and O CONSULTATION FREE 0
Christmas Thursday
party, on der and D. A. Julius attended an Special medication, treatments, diets for arthritis, neuritis ulcers >
Dec. 17, 8:15 pjn., at the parson-
age, 5133 Riviera Drive, Cora] International; Seminar for Lay- blood pressure, sinus, anemia, lost vigor, chronic disease
men at Avon Park. After the of
Gables. men and women.
Community Group No. 1 have meeting Rev. McDowell went to
invited members oaf other groupsto Talladega College where he gave DR. LONG'S CLINIC a REDUCING
a series of talks to the students.
their meeting un Friday, Dec. President Arthur of Tal- 21 S.W. 13th Ave., FR 32743 e A General Health Service
18' 815 pan at the home of Mr. Gray
and Mrs. ,Ron Miller, 19541 NW ladega will be cur speaker Sun- }
7th court. Wayne Farriss, new a day, Dec. 27 while he is in /the . .. ... .. -
director of WCK-TV will show city attending the Talladega
colored slides and talk on his Southeastern Regional meeting.A .
recent trip to Russia with agroup hearty welcome to visitors
and friends, worship with us often -i
of U. S. (governors. Central Life Insurance Co.
at 11 ajm. in the auditoriumof :

EBENEZER METHODISTRev. the Seventh Day Adventist
School, NW 50th st. and 24th ave. IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR

Ernestine ,L. Hamforick, reporter I Overcoming of the Nazarene

Sunday School ........................ 9:3:
Morning service .......-........... 11:00: 12101 S.W. 219th St. New PlanFather
Evening!) service ......._........... 7KXJ: Goulds, Fla.
Lawrence Reddick, pastor
"To know the Bible is to Love Sunday School.................. 10:0t:; Mother, Children-All Under One Premium
it, to love it is to accept it, to accept Morning 'Worship ................ 1'1:00'' : New-born Automatically Insured at Birth
it means life eternal." Evangelistic Service ............ 8:00: \
Sunday during the morning Fri.-Prayer and \Bible ........ 8:00: er In the !person of (Rev. WarrenA. AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM I

service wil' be infant baptism.The Rogers of Detroit, /was at his Economical
Dozens Circle will have New Testament, Nazarene >... Very Family Protection in Any Amount

charge of class meeting on Tuesday best.The public is invited to attend From
1645 N.W. 1st Court
night. these special meetings each night
Choir No.1 is sponsoring a Pie Lawrence Reddlck, pastor 7:45: 'ipjn. at 1476 NW 58th rI'er.
Walk Saturday night, Dec. 12 Mazella Reddick, associate Dec. 13. $2,000.00 to $50,000.00The
on School....... ..... through:
hall of the church Sunday .... ....... 10:00:
the social At 3 Rev the
in Morning worship ............... 11:00 pjn. Rogers,,
The time ia
The public is invited. radio, TV and recording artist, Company Also Offers Other Attractive And .
Evangelistic Service ................ 8:00:
-8 The'p.m. Golden Glee Circle will Wed.-Prayer and Bible .... 8:00: will (present featuring an his all musical electric program igui- Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs

hold it* 'meeting at the parsonageDec. tar, bongo, trombone, common
18 at 8 p.m. All membersare ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. hand saw, sacred /poems and .will 0

asked to be present, 2110 NW 0. W. Foster pastor sing duets with himself.
60th st.Z9ne . A. L. Johnson reporter Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office

public is Invited to attend Sunday School ................-...? fc43 Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist
the Pastor's Tea on 'Sunday afternoon Morning Service .................... 11:00 402 N.W. 2nd Ave. 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
from 4 to 6 'p.m. in the BTU .............:....._................,w 5:30 Hallandale Florida
social hall of the church. 'Eyenlng worship ................. 7:06 Rev. Franklin,
Our sick and shut-ins are: Benjamin pastor OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
Rev. C. E. reporter
Sisters Lenora Drive Lewis Helen, 16010 C Zion Hope ,M. Baptist Evening: Service i pjn. MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH I

Bundle Park: ; Gertrude 1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave. Sunday School ....................... :30 176 N.W. 14th St
602 N.
Branch: Jadfcson Hospital NW; 59th Sunday School Morning service .................... 11 Of: Rosemary Ave.
McIntosh, 1959 18th Service fcjo Evening: service ........................ 7:10: FT. LAUDERDALE
St.; Serena Smith, 5700 NW Morning 11:00 BTU ............................................ 6>00 FORT PIERCE
ave. BTU 8:00 700 N.W. 2nd St 304 N. Eighth St.
Evening Service 7:00

(Tuesday night)
Drive Carefully Prayer Meeting 80 Join The NAACP

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1571 N.W. 68th Terrace I Rev E. M. Blocker minister
Rev Ernest Williams pastor Cioe Sweeunj, reporter SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1959 PAGE 11'

Sunday School %...................... 9:30 Sunday bcnooi ..................... 8I
Morning worship ................ 11:00: MUIDI1g worship ............ li.v/v
BfTU .1.1..111..11./1.1..11.... 5:30 t\. League ....................... _:\1" Christmas! Oh HowI Thousands of Kids to Grow Up .
Evening worship ...?..........?... 7:00I. : evening worship .................. 7uu ' at I Healthy and Hat py. The trees
B. Brown reporterOn are of Canada's finest fir and will
GREATER: BLlHLL; A.M.L Love Christmas! arrive at the YMCA on Dec. 15.
last Sunday the
and Rev. Williams was Rev S. A. Cousin . If ycu have not purchased a picket r '
high preached pastor
All over the world the Christ- ($100 deposit) from one of ,
.out of his soul. The text Mrs. Jeneite i'oison! ,
was reporter
mas Season is marked by relljl- '
"Have You Tried Him." SunuIil1 bCnwl ..............-_.- Y:3uwiurtung ;. '>us service, exchanging of gifts the Y's Men, call the YMCA, OX .
Memorial service for the Elks wureasp ................ 11;"" md merrymaking. 6-0231, and place your order fox I
Family will be held Sunday afternoon mverunY worsrup .................. l.ov. Trimming! and lighting a Build a Christmas a boy! Tree Buy a tree -
at 3 pjn. Please be pres- '' Christmas Tree is an important
ent and on time. Church of iraiutigurationl .
Christmas custom in the United IV\ M Iyyry
All members are asked to report tL'plauu d1J !tates and countries of Northern
their 'barrels en. Sunday ;8371 1'.W. toiuu : rr. ':urope. To children, the Christms WATCH FOR
Dec. 13 as we will terminate our veu. joan a. Luunerytirat Tree stands for all the excitement I
Barrel's and color of the holiday STYLE :' I II
Meal Contest. W cu 4J. eteWey : 0 RAMA"
Our reporter is back after being )wretuia, reporter reason.
ill for some time, also Sister 1 viuc. rVA7 auuuay:: This year, the Y's Men's Clubof Holmes Elementary PTA
Gibson Sister Green and Sister ..J.U1'U.U6 huiaarw .................... tf.O: *. the Carver Branch YMCA is
Brown. May God continue to : aNUUdy .)Cl1UV1 ...................... IUJ\ - selling Christmas Trees to "Help I
strengthten them. I
Brother Butler is on the sick MT. CALVARY Ati'ClS1.w. r
list. Don't forget to pray shut-ins. .. .... ..... ......u...+. .1W/ui the guest organist at the Solemn I I ii
..,1 ad'iJU.1".+, "C"V1 cl Evensong with a ,program of Sacred -
GREATER NEW BETHEL .) nuay llW1 ........................ 9"Jh. Music on Sunday Dec. 13 at' Magic City Cabs
.,.tau4 OliUlp ................. il.u. 7:30: at the Church of the Incarnation II
1h:v. W K bumti, "a.ator BTU ...................................... 530tuveuuiM pjn. Mrs. White will accompany -
Mrs. K. Cooley. Clerk i wuiau' ................ 7:00 the choir and also play 24-HOUR SERVICEALSO
Morning worship ................ 11:00 Last bunoay me Willing Workers several organ compositions by J.
Sunday School........................ 9:30BTU gave a :iogram at the home I S. Bach and Max Reger. The SERVING LIBERTY CITY BROWN SUB AND
................................._.._.. .5:30 01 Sister Wucox where Sister public is cordially invited to this COCONUT GROVE AREAS
livening worship .................. ,:eo AtcLmaon gave a (wonderful demonstration service and to hear this great
of flowers. organist. Phones: FR 3-0539 and FR 3.7004

ST. PAUL A. M. E. Mrs. White is a graduate of
I Sister Ada Ross, who has been
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Rev. J. D. Washington pastor very ill, is now up and getting Fisk University with an M.SM. N.W. 16th Terrace Miami, Fla.
line. She the church degree She's presently music in.
19th St. and 4th Court along sent a
Sunday School ..................._... 9:30 wonaertul thank you card which structor at Dorsey Junior High
Morning worship .................... 11:00: read: 'lAll\ of you have been so School and a member of tht
ACE Leatgue! .......-................. 5:30 nice in such a thoughtful way, Church ol the Incarnation
Evening worship ................. 7:00 it's hard to find the proper words I Yes The
ANTIOCH BAPTIST Best People Live at
to thank each one today ,and yet, k . .

::; 1. JAivlha BAPTIST perhaps this special card will I Sunday School....................... 9:30: I
titrv J. i... Jonaion ** >rauucuy snow/ at least in part, the many, Morning worship .................... 11:00: ATLANTIC MANOR GARDENAPARTMENTS
del vice* many grateful thoughts this BTU ............................................ 5:30:
from "
brings straight the heart.
auuudy:: Cl1W.. ............ tf.3U: am
\HJIUIUi Worship ........ ii:00: am Our sick and shut-ins are: Sis. SALTER'S CHAPEL
d'1't, ................................ o.du you Minnie James, Rev. Stephens and Rev. 11 J. Benson pastor *
bveuiug: VVOMujp ............ 7.30 pjn Sis. Florence. Please go and visit Huth Twiggs, reporter
vi.uors always welcome the sick. Sunday School....................... 9:30:
J a N.W. 14th :)L Morning worship ................ ...11:00: 32nd Ave. and 42nd St., Northwest
TRINITY WESLhYANSJCWi ACE League ............................ 5:30:
MORNING STAR BAPTIST Evening worship .................... 7:00:
.ICY. -'t l.. JOUU4UU, ydr+tu.\
514 NW 23rd Street ...u. l"'Ujua Andrews: reportertf NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCHRev.
Rev. I. Clayton, pastor ,> i) 44U8 ............._ tf a.mAU1'UWi
Sister Sadie Ellis, reporter wur.up .................... .1..", H. C. Samuels pasto
Sunday School.................... 93:0: ......u' reupitf MfttUD 0 p.Qt Mrs. Evelyn Granger reporterS
Morning service ................ 11:30 School ...................... 9JO
BTU ...........................-.......-1- 5:30 .... Bethel Apostolic Temple Morning service .................... 11:00 r i'
Evening service ........................ 7:30: BTU .......................-................... 5:30
are welcome. Doris R. Akin, pastorJ. Evening worship ................... 7:30 . II NI kKIfI fi ilu fllNf NfMl1 N/f '
Lalluer, assistant
ST. LUKE BAPTISTMrs. Sis. T. Wallaee, reporter MT. SINAI BAPTIST
2310 N.W. 64th Street =-
Buneaba Green reporterRev. Sunday School....................... 10:00 D O, reporter -..
P. W. WllHame, pastor Morning worship! ............. 11:45: Rev S. A. Thomas, pastor .
Sunday School .................. 9:30 Evening worship .................... 730 Sunday School....................... 13:0: .
Morning worship ............. 11:00 Morning worship .................... 11:00
BYPU .......................:............ 5:30 : NEW HOPE BAPTIST Evening worship .................... 7:30
Evening; worship ................. 7:00:
HtjY. James E. brown pastor
hi. JAMES A.M.E.
MT. HERMON A. M. E. uiu Vitudeil Bovan, reporter
Morning worship ............... 11:00 Rev H McNeal Harris, pastor LESTER C. ALBERT. funnel Dlr.clor
Opa Locka I Evening worship .................. 7:00 Mrs Sadie F. Dean, reporter 6942 NW ISih Avwiu. OX 1.7661
Sunday School .......-.-..-. .030. BTU .1.1.........-........../............. 530 Sunday School............... .... 9430
Evening worship ................. 7:00 I' The Woman's Day program of Morning worship .................... 11:00:
ttev. Samuel Gay pastor New Hope Missionary Baptist ACE League ............................ 6:30: ,
Publicity Committee Church was a great success Evening worship, .................... 7:00:
Morning worship ............... 11:01In spiritually and financially. We
the recent conference heldat wish to thank all captains, co- -
Greater Bethel AME, Miami, captains, groups and choirs foz Hurry for ChriatMaaBLESSINGS .: Y
Rev. Gay was reappointed to 'Mt. their support. A special thanks
Hermon. The members of the to Rev. W. C. Edcar and his con-

biggest little church !in town were gregation.Mrs. .. JOHN STARR
glad to have him back. In one Beatrice Waldron, the
year, under his leadership, 100''morning speaker and Mrs. Linnie 1 to 3 DAY BLESSING
members were taken into the(I Mitchell, the evening speaker, $25.00OTHER
church. We have paid off our I will long be remembered in the '
mortgage, installed new pews and hearts and minds of the members BLESSINGS
pulpit sets. and friends of New Hope. $5.00 to $20.00P.

The Junior church will have a Orchids to Mrs. Willie Mao O. Box 1922

sale on the church ground Dec. Deiwon who raised the highest Cleveland 6 Ohio I
12. Please come and give them amount of $438.97. She was t1 n(
your support. Sunday, Dec. 13, crowned Miss New Hope of 1960 SW 11600BLESSINGS

Rev. A. Smith will be the speaker and Miss Drusella Perrin who was 6737 K.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI.FLORIDA .DMM*! OX 14111. 011443
at the 11 o'clock service. crowned Miss Junior New Hopeof You are never helped

Friends are always welcome. 1900, raising the highest Unless You Try D12 0..,wrf AUwB RM...0...,. Oscar sap, ........ ImMmtn...... DUwM,
Don't -fcmjet to visit the lICk amount of the juniors $63.05.
and shut-ins. The general chairman, Mrs. I IIt
Annie ,L. Stephens and cochairman -
Matthew Tempi AMEZ Mr. Ruth Scott, wish to I
thank everyone. Without your I
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. support our day would not have render con.cie-tlqu. sic.. ;
Sunday School .............-._ 93:0 been success. We were blessedto U our aim to a .
Morning worship ................ HOC raise a $3,139.00. Although we Reasonable in price and satisfactory In every detail
Evening worship ................ 7:00: bow to the men this year we
give three cheers to the women
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER who put their shoulders to the

N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. wheel working so faithfully making -
Phone FR 0-1434 our Woman's Day of 1959 a
MASSES great success.

Daily ...-....._...--N...._.. 8 am Mrs. Annie I* Stephens
Sunday...... 7 am, & 8.30: am General Chairman.

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Mt. Pleasant Metho Il t wttr4

Rev. C. J. Barney, pastor' 2170 Washington Street
Claudia Wilson, reporter Opa Locks
Sunday School ---.w.-w--- JJJ Sunday School ._....... -_ tJI a.m
Mtrning worship 11:00} Morning worship .._...... 11 UL
Evening worship J---...---. 1:00 Evening: ferric 7:lG

Ili -ft _it nItq

Rev. E. A. Culmer, Patter 2020 N.W. 5th CourtW. COMMUNITY DRUGS MORTICIANS

Mrs. S. Dawklns report O. Geary, minister Phone FR 1-7679 '
..... . 930 334 N.W.10th Street
Sunday School .. >:** Church School r 1.-- 6780 N.W. 15th Ave
.w.--- .. ... .. 11:00 RICHARDSON. JR.
Morning worship 11Ot Morning worship --A. T Miami, Florida L. L. OWNER
Croning. worship _J___.- 7:00M Evening worship .--.--.-. 7:00


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MIAMI TIMES The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Mrs,' Cuiolyn Bain of, 1923 NW NHS PTA to' Meet**

e OW* M., tucu iii tJ acxson Hos- I '
12 1959 The PTA of NorUestern' ,High
na-ve : School will hold its"monthly meet. ,

---- --- Ing Wednesday, Dec 16 at "8 >,
-- w M**., u. .uhl'y oo years ago, bite pun
W *.> vu: allluul' { IU'ih oS" IndInoer.s Mr. Evans, choir director, .willpresent
I CA1iJiV1EMfiIAL 5 'Uouis' Aliphcnso Gabriel ,pio- 01: &C.uaiuin. A.ld.'i.) tiVeseyti; 1Vl.;:tnual5 I, "The Messiah." .

neer Key WEst leader,' age 83, u"" yiKA 'paceu ner moms This program will take' the'

I died at DePoo >Hospital Thursday u...."..."' "U I: Uj, .1'm'iH.lgn I irui4 place of the regular monthly

........ Nov. 19. ,U\: jwcu*_ aau up to tine time 011 'meeting which is held the third
IN MEMORIAMIn Mr. Gabriel, a fonmer, custoan'sinspector tier ''ff>inn& jwie was actively en- Monday in each month; General
IN MEMORIAMIn served in that department gugeu in' every Cuo ana auxiliary I I admission ,price, for this grogram,'

sad but loving memory of sad but loving ememory Qf from 1924 through 1941, and vi uie C U.'Cll. in auumon to ntrr will be $1.00.A. .

my husband, the late, our dear mother and .,grandmother took an active/ part in the civic ciiuicu activities, &n** also hexdinuiiueicnjp I S. Simons, president
REV. E. S. HENRY life of the community.The / in tOO mouser old of S. O. Cohen, principal

why departed this life five years MRS. SYLVIA MACON deceased: is survived by ivuiM, au utipartmenis ot: the,I
ago today, Dec. 13. who departed this life Dec 12, Mrs. Bernlce Gabriel, wife; Mrs. Grand uniteu Older of OddteiiOwft NoticeAll

On Jordan's stormy bank I stand 1957. Edith Waterman, sister, Tampa; iiie easier: : star, Hercmeson
And cast a wishful eye, Two years have gone since you Alpn us Dean, nephew; three eiw.uo' and tne Daughters ot members of Pride of Miami
To Caanan's fair and happy land, walked the last mile of the way. stetpchildren, and a host of grandchildren ,udW11!. one: is survived by her Chapter No 102, OES, are asked ,

Where my possessions lie. Slet-: on and take your rest we grand nqphews and nuywna, etlbcrt, tnree sons, Ld-: to be 'present Tuesday night, De-
Sleep on and take your rest Loved you but Jesus loved you nieces. I.CK, ol: Vision; Lionel of New cember 15 at 8 o'clock at the Ma-

Violet Henry, wife iuneral services were conducted xiuit ttau fi&rrid: oa Miami; two sonic Temple, 1742 NW 3rd ave.

best.Stella Veareance, daughter Sunday, Nov. 29 at 2:30 p.m. ,uaugAters, juwuise arrnuton: and Mrs. Virginia Foxx, W. M. '

IN MEMORIAMIn Johnny Brown, grandson at Newman Methodist Church, ,.eoid ovvctHiu, bwth.; on Miami; .
Leroy Brown and wife the Rev. G. W. Bethel, pastor of tnree sisters, two brothers, grand- Dade County Cemetery

loving memory of Nephew and niece me church, officiated. i I cauurtn.. She will lie in repcse at ,

SYBIL S. HOGAN Funeral arrangements were uie cnapei' oeginning, at noon on Queenie Beacham, 6 months old

,.A ho passed away Dec. 11, 1954. IN MEMORIAMIn under the direction of the. Allen jiiuay, wn re she will remain daughter of Rufus and Evelyn
NO one knows how much we Funeral Home. inr-ugjiout tne afternoon and Beacham of 1530 NE 151st St.,
miss ycu. No one knows the bit- remembrance of our mother, \-v-vcmiii,, aaturaay morning she died on Dec. 3 at the home of her

have suffered sincewe ANNIE CHASE win *>e pxa,ed in ramose;; at the parents. Services were on Dec. 5
ter pain we who departed this life Dec. 13, Range. .
lost you. Life has never been en men, wneie funeral services in the chapel with interment in

the same. In our hearts your I I *954.May she rest in peace Frank Marsh of 751 NE 168thSt. wiu oe oonaucted at 2:30 p.m. Lincoln.
lingers sweetly, tender, Beach died stti trdiernal and club rituals will "
memory North Miami on
Avis Stewart daughter
:RIO Dennard of 654 NW 13th
our I tw conuucted at the funeral )
fond and true. No day passes Emmie Grant daughter Nov. 27. He is survived by his
that we do not thinkof cnapei! on away! evening, Dec. 11. st., apt 3 died In "Jackson; Hospital -
dear cne, widow Mary. Final rites and
Juanita Bennett, grand Dght ,
unai in Lincoln Cemetery. I. The body was shipped to
,'you. burial were conducted in Pulaski, Dawson Ga. 7 for services
Sadly missed by sisters and Dec
brothers IN MEMORIAMIn Tenn. Henry W. tirannon cf 1215% Mr. Dennard is survived by his

Sands 'NW bin ave., died at Veterans mother and other close] kin.
memcry of our dear hus- Mrs. Shirley Anderson Daniels,
Louise Roberts band and son, former Miamian who died inSan Auminisuauon Hospital on Dec.
Elsaidie Meredith a 9. He came to Miami from his Zack Johnson, 1838 NW 6th
I Antcnio, Texas, was funer- ct died Dec 6. A resident here
Wilfred B. Duncombe njine in bastmon, Ga., 15 years ,
aiized here Dec. 2. Services
on fcr the 52 Mr. Johnson
';, ago, and was better known as past years, -
conducted at Holy Redeemer -
Acre uack Survivors include his was very wel1! known in' many
IN MEMORIAMIn Catholic Church and burial widow, Madie, a son, Oscar W fraternal and civic! circles. Surviving -

memory of our: beloved son 11 :f:" > was at City Cemetery. Mrs. Dan- ana tour grandchildren. Final] I'. his wire, Mrs. Mar-
leis is survived by her husband, tha Jtohnfcon. Arrangements are
and brother, arrangements are incomplete
Sgt. William Daniels, a son, parents lucoCrrt'jlete.lJ .
and several sisters and
Iu brothers. WFAMT DEATHS = = .................... _.... '......_....,;::
;,.. r Daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Timothy -
Jackson of 1470 NW 4th pi. BEAUTY
j Mrs Albertha Williams of 2055 did. in Christian: Memorial Hospital -
,NW Bird St:, apt. 10, died at the; on Dec. 4. New Duplex
___ Paraviila Convalescent) Borne on 4 Spacious Bedrooms
)ec. 2. Mis. Williams, a native
S.n of Mr. and Mrs. Leal 2 Tile Baths
cf Key West, has lived in Miami 6969
Powell of NW 17th ave., died
for more than :aO years. She is in Jackson, Dec. 6. 2 Utility Rooms
survived by two daughters, Mes- City Water

dames Lillian London, and Eva Son of Mr. and Mrs Ryland of
1480 N.W. 59th St
Maxwell, a son Henry London, a
627 NW 9th st., died in Jackson.
rII step daughter, Mrs. Agnes Cooper Use your land a.s 'a down
a brother Broward Bonivy, 8
Seniors payment. Lot or home
granacniidren and, two igreatgrandcnildren. . .
Funeral services were BaronJE
Funeral services for Albert W.
conducted at Antioch Baptist
Green of 2761 NW 45th st. were 8.1340 Open 3.5 p.m. .,
Church of Liberty City on Tues-
_._ held Saturday at the First Baptist ;.::; ':; ::;:: ::: _-1
Dec. 8 at 8 Rev. O. W.
--- day, pan
Church in Brownsville with the
Foster will officiate. Burial will L JU-3., '='''' OJ-...
Rev. E. P. Brown officiating, !
who died Nov. 26, 1958. be conducted at City Cemetery I CONSOLIDATE YOUR

vVhtn a dear one heeds His call, cd Services for Jim Carpenter of BILLS
Our hearts should be at rest, William Barton 2359 NW Princetcnwere held Sunday, We Refinance YourMortgages
For there beyond the rainbow'send 63rd St., died at JacksOn Memo-
Dec. 6 at Indianola, Miss. Mr. ,
rial Hospital on Dec. 2. Mr. Bar
Carpenter was the victim of an
No Payments Until March 1
A loving God knows best. ton has lived in Miami since the auto mishap.
PERCY CLARK Myrtle McCall, wife early 1920's, and was' employed, No Balloons-or as low as

who died Dec. 13, 1958. Gone but Rickey McCall son as fireman for the Fla East' Coast, Graveside services for infantson $1,000 $15 Month
not forgotten. And The Family Railroad for 28 years. He retired $2,000 $25 Month
of Mr. and MM. A. Hasty of
$3.000 $30 Month
Clcthilda mother about five He was a
Mackey. years ago.
held Mon-
3318 NW 50th st. were
Ethel Clark sister CARD OF THANKSThe member of St. John Baptist day, Nov. 30. MIAMI NATIONAL
Mabel Mackey, sister Church where services will be MORTGAGEFR

James Clark brother family of the late, conducted. He is survived by his' services for Infant 3.5446 JE 2-2622
Kirk Clark, brother CHARLES A. BENEBY widow Jessie. /
and Mrs. Albert
daughter of Mr Member Chamber of
Harold Clark brother wish to thank their many: friends
Davis of Homestead held
A boat of relatives and and neighbors for cards, flowers, Willie James Guyton, 4 month were Commerce

friend telegram and donations of cars old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dec. 2. ... \ :-- -.......
during their recent bereavement. Guyton tf 2756 NW 48th St., died
IN MEMORIAM Special thanks to Rev. I. C. at his home on Dec. 3. ,Besides George Kitchel of Naranja,
Funeral services
Nov{ 3Ci were
Alt. Olivette Baptist
Murkins and his survived five
parents he is by
held at Garth Ga. He is FOR RENT
to :IvrSaff: :::: mtx&fry A fhurch and Richardson Funeral and Sunday ,
sisters brothers.
i survived by his wife and three ,

Y ,! Home.Mrs. Charles A. Beneby, wife Gloria Peter-kin, 4 month old brothers.
v Lucille Benoby, daughter I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William 2-room apt. down to $7.00

NW 154th St. Francis . .
Peterkin of 2350 per week. BIscayne Park,
CARD OF THANKSThe 'Qpa Locka, died at her home on Funeral services fcr Elder J. T

Dec. 3.Gus Thompson family of the late who ,died Die. 3
|In the Jackson
JONES of East Coast Railroad.See
r* GEORGIANNA I Keener, 2705 NW 48th St., Hospital, will be held Saturday, .
who died Nov. 10 and was burled was pronounced dead on arrivalat Dec. 12 at 1 p-rn. at the Churchof Rufus WashintonApt.

a Monday: Nov. 16, wish to thank Jackson Hospital on Dec. 4.1 G:d
the many friends and neighbors Survivors Include ,"Q1u'\brothers, Eldcf( Thompson was the 16 D12.
for cards, letters, telegrams and Henry, G. Uly, Lesley .and Law- topular: pastor of the Church of
floral \pieces. Special thanks to son; three sisters, Mesdames Christ Written in Heaven and
the pastor, Rev. J. A. Finlaysonand j .. -.
J ma Keener, Gussie 'Lawson AI-I II was a resident cf this area for ''''
L Lt officers and members of
,r Thelrrra Hollom-an. Chapel many years. He Is survived by awife
rt. # Macedonia Baptist Church, Coconut OVERNITE
( Y vices were conducted on ; ten children 50 grand-
J7wCHERYL Grove. We appreciate nesday and burial was held at children, 44 "great grand children.
s efficient ana courteous service Richm.nd:: Heights, Paradise Me- Interment will be at Paradise ROOMS
given to us by the Bethel Wil- morial Cemetery.Mrs. Memorial Cemetery.
liams Funeral Home. Aialn we DOWNTOWN

thank you. Hortense Sharke of 1711 Huyler of 6530 NW 12th place .
Mr, John Thompson, son NW 67th st., died at Paravilla Funeral services for James LOCATION

Mrs. Druscllla Rutledge, Convalescent Home on Dec. 4. who died Nov. 26 was held Dec. PRIVATE
daughter She Is survived by several sisters. 4, 2:30: part at the United House6f ...,
Mrs1. Pinkey Kitchen, Services will be conducted Prayer' In
on Liberty City. Mr. Call FR 1.0653
grandaughterqARD '
-....... vnr.. -. ._ __ Dec. 12 at 1 p.rm''at the Churchof Huyler is survived by his wife,
Christ, located In the, Lyric threcr daughters, two sons and D12
VONCIA CLARK QF THANKS; Theatre building bn NW ', 2nd several I grandchildren. Intermentwas ue..... .
who this life Dec. 13
1954. departed The family of 'the late; ave. near 8th st. Bro. 'H. Law will in Lincoln.

AUgHff1 SHOP LEOPOLD. officiate. Burial will be held in
Death is heartache none can
healMemories'a" PETERSEN, D.D. Evergreen Cemetery. Sam Smith of 1823 NW 65th FOR RENT

are treasuries none can who departed this life Nov. 26, St. who died Nov. 29, 'was burled
stealAlthough and was laid' to rest Dec. 3, wishto Willie Kimball, 1721 NW 6th on Dec. 3 at 2 p.m from the COTTAGES1BEDROOM

It have gone away extend our thanks and appreciation court ,was: pronounced dead on chapel. A resident here for the
you arrival at Jackson Hospital 20 he had beccme !
and left us. to all those who expressedtheir on years, very
Dec. 5. He is survived by his well known. Surviving sister UNITS .
Love for -you still lingers In our sympathy by acts of kind- are a '
hearts. ness, donations, cards, floral mother, Mrs Irene Jackson, two and brother-in-law, Johnnieand Completely Furnished '

Samuel E. Clark, ,father tributes, service and telegrams. : brothers, Robert Kimball and Sadie Oneal. Interment was

,Estella L. Cark,, mother Special thanks to the visiting I Isaac Jackson, six 'sisters, Lucy in Lincoln. APPLY

Samuel K. Clark, grand. Reverend Clergy, those of the I Mae Rembert, Cessie Mae Green,
father American Catholic Church and Rosa Lee Brown, Lucy Patterson'l John S. Tufts, 2119 W. 7th 617 N.W. 8th St.

Marie L. Clark, grandmother congregation of St. Peters Ca- I Inez and Mozell Lane Hialeah, died Nov. 30 en-
Clotilda Mackey, thedral and the director and staff services will be conducted on route to the Hialeah Hospital. FR 1-4620 '

great grandmotherend of Richardson Mortuary, I Dec. 12 at 4 pm. Burial will beconducted Burial will be conducted Thursday D12

other relatives Mrs. E. Petersen !In Lincoln Cemetery ;,iDee,.. 10 with Interment in



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LIBCITy clean A-l condition. Will 6ellH5n4 '
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DAIV."IA".& I r 1MOTHERS buyer. Open owner. 3059 TOW
61st st. J9

OX. 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. ONE-BEDROOM APT. Furnish5?

ed. Call OX 1-4514. .ft
NICE ROOM .for nice man who

WOMEN...AT THE MERCY OF A PLEASURE- '1 St.wants.Phone good PL home.80792.836 NW. 65thj ,


ii; 20. out, room and board. I have six
.- 2 beautiful living room: .
= small children, one goes to school. PARTLY FURNISHED. 3-bed- .
'1 w 1 x;.d Ages can be from 1920. I canpay room house and 1-roozn apt. chairs, gas stove. 3128 NW-r
4j $40, $50 monthly. 5238 NW Near bus line and school. Phon
t. . Hw' i 24th court apt. B. Miss Martha OX 6-0509. 1NDF 45th street.
i I),, j j0 Booker Perry.
w \
mY \ : I 1-BEDROOM Bungalow. Four
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151'dI Li .... ,..' TIPPIE rooms and bath. Newly ,painted
I ...'f.\ '*' ... j jI HOME ((CLEANING SERVICE. $16.50 week Lights, water fur Brownsville .
;1':= l.I .'. j Windows Screens Blinds nished. 2260 NW 64th St., phone r
A Ii.Pft 'V S is .: Floor waxing any kind. Phone TU 8-6985. Newsboys .,
: 'l : .j ,; ; NA 10310. J2 M
I '. "" . ROOMS. Two beautiful and spacious WANTED :
i : "' '\ WANTED rooms available in nice, J '. ,
fl' TO ": ; quiet h-cone. Convenient location TO SELL
. : ; WANTED TO BUY 'Close to everything. 5700 NW
:: HOUSE with 2 or more bedrooms.: 9th ave. Call PL 11290. Mrs. The Miami Times
Small down payment; Private. Edwards.
4ELLP j TUxedo' 74592.SALESGIRL .
Apply 3128 NW 45th St.

-," : j FURNISHED efficiency. All conveniences MnaoBBB>a _B__ __ _____ __ __ 10LEG4L
for drugstore, 2206 $17.50 weekly. Utilities t
r'W 62nd St.SALESMANCOLLECTOR. included. Adults 1235 NW


KEN SCOTT n CHEN PAM01// ed for established route. Must ROOM with modern conveniences NAME LAW
I have excellent reteren es. Preferably including telephone. PL 7-5172, Notice is hereby given that the .
home owner. Nedbor's,i 1032-A NW 69th St. undersigned, desiring to engagein :
I J 1210 NW 62nd st. Bet. 10 and 7. business under the fictitious
rHE ROU611.i ......\ ....w. 14IL FURNISHED ROOM for quiet name. of COX'S KINDERGARTENat
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority ecuple.:: 1454 NW 71st St. OXford number 1753 NW 4th Court,
+ A MAN EVER E RCDE: . would like to have rooms in private 1-2133. Miami, Florida, intends to regis
homes gor their guest at the ter the said name with the Clerkof
26th National Boule, Dec. 26-30. ROOM in private home. Cooking the Circuit Court of Dade
Call OX 1-3565, NE 4-5163. D12 privileges Single or couple. Ph. County, Fla.
NE 5-5752 after 5. Will O. Cox and
GALS AND GUYS! Earn Christ- Beatrice E. Ccx
mas cash at 2765 NW 49th St. ROOM. Furnished. 1553 NW 69th Sole Owners JTFOR
Miss Johnson. D12 St. Phone OX 1-6335. Call even-
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1 ings.

7. ROOM. Nice room in quiet, private -

\ AUDlOHURPHYTERRY MOORE i business Dry Cleaning good location and, 544 Laundrj NW f House hcone.located Single in man beautiful or woman Orchard 2 living room chairs, 1 bed

. ..._ 14th st. Villa 1251 NW 57th St.
1 t IrLififcr1** *** 4 After 2:30: p.m. Indt room. suite,.. 2 comodes, 1
Call FR 1-3215.
LARGE DUPLEX and 4 rooms I wrought iron table, 6 chairs,
l' SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY and both bugalows In rear on WE HAVE A CHOICE 2-bedroom I
All in good condition and
large fenced in lot. No mortgage, apt. for rent with stove and refrigerator. -j ,
all .for $9,000. Terms if desired. Bus 24 passes door, .at bargain.
He bought he?. 00; 2260*62-64 NW 64th St. TUxedo 2945 NW 46th St. FR 9-3576. I.

sheW S I -' CLARK 8-6985 or MU 15740. I j NICE LADY want to' keep children Call UN 6-1925

Portable RCA TV, lamps,I for ,working mothers!', 836 NW
GABLE 65th St. Phone PL 80792. -
hiS! tables and 'pictures, dry shaver,
(new), mattre'6 and springs,
YVONNE' j heater, valence, footballs, beach
2rA i4\
I bills, bat, paint set, 20-inch bicycle '.
I I rocking chair, lazy susan,

ladder, door grill, work
bench, dolly nails (kegs), pipe
fittings, pipe, racks, Jacks tools,
screen door 20-inch bicycle! tool ,
box door PL 9-0755. c
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:: i Special Return Showing : ;

Sidney Poltler In I Ia
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The PTA held Its regular SWEET SHOPA

monthly meeting Nov. 9, supported POLL LINE OF QROOIRIIS
by a very large crowd. The
members presented an educational COLD CUTS COSMETICS
program, carrying out the
theme, Praise and Appraise( 208 N.W. 10th Street

c Your School The participantswere ... .... 't
Linnle Hobbs, Thelma Fun-
t t, t ches, Gaither Perkins and Ellen :

Bethel. FOR SALE ,
The membership committee'swork

proved fruitful because 1798 NW 79th St.
several new memlbens have been ,
added enrollment.' The
to our
sale of tags went very /well with REFRIGERATOR $35
Mrs. Starkey using 10 togs to report -
$11.50. Congratulations. GAS STOVE ,$25
The nighit's activities were culminated -
with a very successful ELECTRIC STOVE $35
pie walk led by Mr. Brown, our
S ways and means
Support your PTA at our next PRICES
S"S meeting, Monday, Dec. 14 at 8
p.m. in the school's auditorium.
(Roy Bently, 'president
Inma Anderson. reporter
Priced For Quick

amount of canned supplies and Sale
committee assembled to preparethe

. Mt. Carmel Baptist Church Queens ContestThe I WEST HOMESTEADTeachers tifully baskets decorated which had by Mr.been Henry beau- 2-bedroom completely fur

Bell, the art teacher. nished, ready to move in,
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church i Goldiwine; Lucille Miller as at the West Home- near school and shopping
Benefit Club ended its March of Esther; Artis Sheffield, and Mary stead Elementary are happy I down balance
center. $700
Queens Contest Sunday, Nov. 29 Johnson as Jethro, Ceasar Lewis.. about the enthusiasm which is Have You ,
and quite successfully.The As they marched the pastor evident among students In learn- a like rent. $75'per'month.
program was Impro-otu, but, read scriptures identifying each ing Spanish. The varied methods, Drinking Problem? We also have other houses
very entertaining. The March of queen. After marching the win- songs, and games for stimulatingthe for sale with ;)low down payment
Queens Contest Sunday, Nov. 29, ning queen, Mary Gaines, Re- pupils are really facilitating Call OX 1-1278
and quite successfully.The becca, and king were seated on comprehension of the language. Call 10 .
program was impromptu, the throne and crowned by Sis- Mr. James Francis McKenna,
but very entertaining The March ters Thetona Bradley and Vir- special reading teacher for: zone OX 1.0380
ginia Thomas. 7, visited our school on Mondayof
of Queens with escorts of KIngs
2688 N.W. 62nd St.
each week to work with ;pupils
be and bow
proved to fascinating Losers gave a courteous FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY
beautiful.' Each queen adorrted and were all presented gifts. who are having difficulty :n
to read. There 23
th of outstanding Biblical The president thanks learning are
name an
pupils enrolled in. the class, and ...:..... .
character and marched to their cooperation in helpingto -- -- - -- -
scr o+up and music. They are, make, an exceptional and successful they through are six.taken The from teachers grades have three-a LIBERTY CITY YMCA - - - -
left t.* right: : affair. The proceeds will
weekly conference with Mr. Mc- 5770 N.W. 15th Avenue
.Tames Johnson! De. ore* Mv- be used :for the stoic and needy.
Kenna to discuss follow-up plans
ruk M Rs'chA'ex' Gaines. Cora Sis Eartha Goldware, Pres. for the children, also meet among Offers best instruction NEW HOMES
Wry+en as Ruth: (renter back) Rev: D. A. Bradley, pastorSis. themselves for exchange ideas by
Piano Voice Woodwind
Mary Gaines as Rebecca; Jessie Maggie Carswell, reporterthe which the children might be help- -
ed. These ,pupils have already begun Ballet Music Theory and
to show 'progress Mrs. (Special Modern DancingFor
THE.MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Maudie M. McHenry is in chargeof Adults Only
the reading program.
I PAGE 14 ,SATURDAY, ,DECEMBER 12, 1959 Faculty members! and students Each Wednesday at 8 p.m.
at our school experienced the Joy Here's your. chance, ladle and Cocenut Grove
of "giving" when we Joined together -
gents, to keep trim and relax
In bringing in food supplies -
PINE VILLA ELEM. constant growth of the Pine to be distributed to needy while developing modern dance -e-

Pine Villa will take on a new i Villa family. families in the com 11unitY'1 tech nlques.I 3311 Florida Avenue
Maude L. Chandler, principal Everyone was amazed at the '
look In the verY near future, as
shrubberY is added to its already Glorida M Clark, reporter other foods gathered when the 3-bedrooms, .2 baths, builtin -

n'cturesque and spacious setting. ----- kitchen, terrazzo floor,
The shrubbery which Include
lot Landscaped.
and shade trees donated corner -
palms was -
bv the school board. YOUR MORTGAGE,
The PTA sponsored Cub Scout PAYMENTSAre -e-
pacto held its organizational MODERNAPARTMENTS 3331 Florida Avenue
meeting on Monday evening at 8 Too High!
p.m. in the library. There werea 3-bedroom, 1 bath, oak
gathering of eager Cub pros- floors and wash
pects and interested parents in You are getting behind, you carporte

attendance. need some extra cash now! room.
Robert C. Gordon, the field director -
talked with us about how TAYLOR can get you lower
to organize our Cub Scouts. He 3341 Florida Avenue
showed us two film strips. The payments, cash now, and

first one pointed: out that Cub help make your payments 2-bedroom, 1 bath, oak
Scouting is a family affair. It floor, large lot -'Landscaped
showed how mothers and fathers for you., \
can wcrk with boys in puttingover
the program. Phone FR 9-1703 Liberty City Area
The second film strip showedus 3373 Charles Avenue
how the Cub Scouts could be J. R. TAYLORLicensed
financed. The transactions were Large 4-bedroom, 2 bath
enovable as well as fruitful. Mortgage Broker. houe. Terrazzo floors.
With the addition of Mrs. Eula
H. Bacon a fourth grade teacher, COpen '
the faculty now numbers 25. This 60th STREET
Register to Vote!
addition" was made to relieve All Day
over-icrowded: conditions in the Your Vote is Needed 61st STREET
fourth grade group and reflects Sat. & Sun.

62nd ,STREET, e -

I Booker T. Shoe Store r 71.t STREET ',J NEW HOMES


1190 N.W. 3rd Avenue IN PERR1NE

14th PLACE
"Run-Rite to Booker T." -e-
14th AVENUE S 10370 72 -' 80 and'82

QUALITY W. 173rd St.
LOW PRICES Brand new deluxe 2-bed
room, 1 bath homes, builtin -
Rent of oven and store, wall

Ladies' Stockings Pocket Books heater, water softener.For .

*; Ladies' White Uniforms Children's Cowboy Boots $11 to $15 Per Week -e .

,. '. Information' Call

: .)i.' .} AND WOMEN'S SHOES Inquire at 1361 KW'' 61st -Street D&HCONSTRUCTIoN

.': ';' :,,' \/i Agency For
I '1".". .f' APARTMENT flO. 43

1 Ladies' Easy Walker Shoes And Nurses' and

Waitresses' Oxfords SEE MR. BONDUOn CO.

Open ,Men. Thru Thure. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. premise Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday ; | Phone HI 8-1119
Friday tit 9 p.m.-sturdy.tll: 10 tll| 1 p.m.

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THE MIAMI TIMES The People. Newspaper"
1.E I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1959 PAGE 15. '
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United Fund Agency
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s S py ? J St. Alban's Nursery is :'J.:: : .

r It Community Cog ,
a 5 r

?+ I A grandmother was called to and that such: a day nursery 1
s; t. SS Alabama to get her four little could not be self supporting.For t
grandchildren because the mother many years St. Alban's
: had 'been hospitalized. She was depended upon donations from
M sure that after a few months of individuals who realized the valueof I
care she would be able to return such Important work. It was
the children to their mother. | a long, hard struggle. Tuitions I
provided only one-third of the
But late wasn't so kind. The
yl mother never recovered. \ operating cast I
After her death the father, who In 1957 the nursery became affiliated I
had left the family a few years wits United Fund and it
'previous could not be found was through this affiliation that I
and this grandmother had to ad- standards were raised by hiring? I
just to lour little motherless qualified personnel and by providing r
children on a salary of, $35 per better recreational and
week. educational facilities 4
What was she to do? How could Hot nutritious lunches are provided I
care be provided: for the two for the children, individual \
little boys who were pre-9 hool cots fop naps and many other I
are? needed facilities to help these I
little boys and girls gravy into responsible -
St. Alban's\ Day Nursery was , capable citizens and '
recommended When she came secure and effective: individuals.All .
with her story, St. Alban's extended -. of these things arc possible
Its services. The two boys when you "Give a Hcartful"
were given temporary scholar- your United Fund.
ships and the best ' Remtrl I -- -- -
5r It Is because of its affliation
with United Fund that St. Al- I
ban's is able to care for many I METROPOLITANLife
similar cases in the Coconut Grove

area. Insurance Co.
St. Alban's Day Nursery, a non-
profit, non-sectarian, charitable,
and educational organization foi THE LARGEST INSURANCE
the care of pre-school children of
working parents had its begin- COMPANY IN THE WORLD +

ning ten years years ago when a now offers you a complete ,

Top picture shows part of the 250 ser, chairman of the dinner; guest speaker Negro Grove area minister brcuyht in the to the Coconut attention line of insurance: '

guests who attended the Greater Miami James C. Evans, assistant to the Secre- of. the Coconut Grove Cit- O LIFE
'Urban League's Equal Opportunity Day tary of Defense ; and Karl/ Bishopric, izens Committee for Slum Clearance HOSPITALIZATION
dinner at the Hotel Everglades on Nov. president of the Greater Miami Urban the need for a day nursery e
to care for preschool children INCOME PROTECTIONAll
19. Bottom picture shows Mrs. Louis Glas- League. while their parents worked. I o

This need was realized and St. policies available on monthly
Alans' ,was created.
40 & 8 TO GET It was realized that the child / bails
sS ren most in need of this care were I
Phone Charles Vorisek ate:
1 COURT TESTThe from families of small incomes
1 TU 8-140

1 American Legion's 40 and for Informaton and appointment t tDon't
8 fun-making and charity affiliate gpces. National commander of the .. .I\ \
fell short on charity in Indianapolis Legion, Martin D. McKneally,
Indiana, Monday Immediately ordered a court test Fret -- Fight !
night, when the 'group refused to of the whites only" clause In the Join The NAACP
let down its barrier against Ne- 40 and 8 constitution,
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Dr. E. A. Ward, J. E. Preston, Mrs Lloma G. Green :
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and Karl Bishopric accept Equal Opportunity Procla-

mation from Mayor Robert King High



So here it is-A full ONE YEAR

i" : Policy for most people with only -many. , .-*.-.;. ..;..,... :.L Jii ...: ,;.;.'.;. .,;pay...: .. ;

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645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL
9-5284 NA 4-1811

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STORES, PEDDLERS AND INDIVIDUALS ADDRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I . .
.;. Big Assortment of Wearing Apparel at all Times I s .
. PHONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i . . ; eavnt Wl/f/ .
Thousands of beautiful NEW Dresses

I How U0 In MiamiEMPLOYER .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . ... ..1. for youf; list
$laOO to $5.00VALUES 1 i is ;
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ADDRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ;
Men's Suits Value to $50 ............ ........ .. ........ $7.50
Children Dresses .... .......................... ............ $1.00 tit 2 ".en Whet Y.SJ HOT Cre4lts ; I I s

Boys Suits Value to $25 ............................ .... $5.00 ss 1 Is
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PAGE 16 ': SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, .1959 The Para Villa Convalescent
1 Home, 1910 NW 72nd *t. wishesto
express its sincere thanks

Along Freedom's' Road '
I donated fruit and foods duringthe
Thanksgiving holiday. Words
... '"t
---- '81 RUTH PERRY : cannot express our heartfelt
i Ii. : : .-;;. :"I thanks. May God bless ycu all.
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It is new; five years since the solve the race mixing problem. Earnest and Mary Anderson
Supreme Court of the, United These officials are allowed to adalbly prop.
States gave its decision against .as possible so as not to cre- D12
segregation in education.. The just as moderately and reason-
court held that segregated. pub- ate public unrest or inflame the IV
lic education violates that part people unneccessarily. The Supreme NoticeYou
of the Fourteenth Amendment ;Court decision apparently

which .rbids any state to "denyto adopted a gradual approach to and yours are invited to
any persons within its Jurisdic- Integra tkn as applied/ to the attend a Candle Light Tea, Dec.
ton the equal protection of ,the schools and I think the same is 13 from 4 to 6 pjm, 18th Psalm,
laws." This particular amendmentto true in other areas of racial segregation 28th verse, for thou wilt light
the United States Constitutionwas Thus' local officials are
my candle: the Lord my God will
adopted in 1868 to guarantee allowed to work out the :problem darkness
my a mes-
to the newly freed slaves the .without abruptly or prematurely sage will be given.
sam rights ,as ,other citizens bringing an end to present con-
PLESSY DECISIONYet I ditions and thereby causing community Sister Edna Fields, _,,___'''n_nnn_'_____._n n'_'___'__''_
discord and difficulty."i 343 NW 9th St., Apt 13* I Brooks' Kindergarten crowned last Saturday.

a few years after the end So says Mr., Ervin.. j -- - ---- -- its Kin! and Queen of 1959-00; I Uovely Little' Debbie Oorinda
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of the Civil War, in 1896 the When we read over the above last Tuesday night, following a Richardson, daughter of. Mr. and
Supreme Court again made his-1 statement, on the face of it, it For longer than five years, the t highly spirited contest for the Mrs. "Willie Richardson 'of 327
tory by giving the Plessy ruling; sounds very fine. We are alimbsl NAACP in Florida has earnestly coveted honors. The King, Queen NW 14th terrace, was crowned 1
facilities under the Fourteenth convinced that maybe things are desired to solve these matters by and Court reigned during the queen by last year's queen,
Amendment. Most ,people today really moving too fast. But then discussion and cooperation rather Orange/ Blossom Classic Parade Joanne Miller.SOOTIN'S .
feel that the Supreme Oourt wa' -'>cn second thought, there are than litigation When no coopera-,
wrorn: in Its Plessy vs Ferguson one or two questions we would tin has been forthcoming, when -----
derjsibn, and there can be no ,: like to ask Mr Ervin "about pre- the NAACP has been hounded,
doubt that even Lf the court fell maturely bringing/ an end tc. harassed, and attempts made to
its m'ndate at that time wouldbe present conditions. kill the effectiveness of this organization TVFREE
carried out in good faith and in Florida, when
god will by the southern states, THE VITAL QUESTIONS double talk and subterfuge has
the error in judgement was soon 1., .taken the place of 'hon st attempts ,
The, Supreme Court handed '
apparent.The down its.,.desegregation order in to meet issituation. in ,i Padio,TV or Phono brought i into our top '
"separate but equal" decision 1954 good will ho'N"; Mr. Ervin, can
( five
over years ago.' ) Hatf
readily became a mock- you talk of a gradual and moderate '
Florida' done anything about a 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589
ery of Justice, and Negroes in the *' approach. after five years of
south were again held in bond- segregation approach hi education to or'coone ending doing nothing? So I 'ask again, More than 25 years of reliable service"FOR

age, but this time window dressed up, with a plan to "moderately"take ,. how long is "gradual?" and how ... -'- ._, - .,. .
in a different guise segregation care of this situation? many years does it take the
What the Plessy decisiondid "people to adjustJto really,
not cover custom and south 2. Wasn't it rather the case, really interested in the answer-
ern heritage did. Negroes in the that the Pupil Assignment Law and so are a lot cf other people. ADULTS ONLY
was passed by the Florida
south entered thus upon, more -
in the hopes that the integration --- -- UnfurnishedOne
terrible years of virtual slavery, Extra Large DeLuxe
bound by the decision and the program in education, Bedroom ApartmentsOAK
would be rather than
prejudiced chains of racial make a plan' for a gradual( approach FLOORS SPACIOUS CLOSETS 2 PORCHES
crimination and the status

move to ocme up with a plan OR SCALP Jaan TIONS. PERSOLAM: WILL AT. 5815 N.W. 12th AvenueTHE
Perhaps my readers are asking for desegregation and FORD TRANSITORY RELIEF or fIlE SCALWO
h s.ory so. familiar to Negroes in suit, new, over three years old Open Daily-3 to 5 p.m.
the south. It is not for them it
and no Immediate signs of INCLUDING SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
-etffIf :
is for Florida Attorney settlement? ,
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Ervin, as he seems to -rWI
have ,forgotten ,part of his history 4. Isn't it 'also true that a golf / MNIATOU11 ICo,NII M I.dw.a..........
; suit was necessary to bring about
and several salient points regarding integration in this becauseof -- - ------- y ._ v r.. F ....-...- ..-.
desegregation in Florida..,:I area
I think one thing has caused unwillingness on the part of
more troub,/ in the past few yearsis the City of Miami, to come up For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call I
the fight for freedom than any.. with any sort of plan or pro-

thing else, and that is. the propa: gram? t 1;
ganda: war waged by southernersto 5. Isn't.. the same true about
retain the status quo. Since public 'transportation. in this BONDED COLLECTION
1954, southern politicians and area. ? ,
demagogues have waged a fierce: 6. And: the question m ;ht be
propaganda battle nance of the status quo by us. a "moderate length of time! '' : "
ing double-talk, quting out of I for the people to adjust Five :
context and ,making halftruthsout : years? (We've already gone past I II AGENCY Inc. ::
of the whole truth In this I that mark, without any proposal t
battle the NAACP has been I or gradual plan on the part of ,
painted "red," been accused of I any.,Florida official to end segregation -
waving the communist flag ,and In -education, or public .
violently recreational,JtacilUies.) Ten ? _. }. ,
acting as an years '
aggressive organization out to Twenty years?' Or does "gradual"mean "Courteous and efficient service, is the :;;

"a2itate" and cause disruption vto "never.?"

.peace-loving and law-abiding 7;'And isn't\ it true, that with- watchword atBONDED ,.. ... :
southerners. out the NAACP, pushing in a

legal manner through the courts COLLECTION AGENCY ..< h '
ATTORNEY EIRVIN for an end :to segregation in all ) .
this double- areas, that nothing would have )
talk As, let an us example take Attorney GeneralErvin's been done' by the state of Flori- The Boss demands it for all clients and -' ', : i iI.
,da? "r Y Y %
recent statemest regard-
ing integration of the recreational So lei's have an end to double I i iI I. tenants Working here is a pleasure" )

facilities in Dade County. "The talk and be honest with ourselves.
U. S. Supreme Court has allowed I I The NAACP has always tried to Mr. George
considerable' latitude in such cooperate and discuss these prob AMOS GEORGE
cases to local officials seeking to lems with local and state officials. I Chief Custodian



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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1959 THE MIAMI TIMES ."The f People fjew, 'paper*; PAGE f1<

Custom, Home AtSubdivision' Price ..:: : I

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\ Your Lot afiowesf Price Anywhere .1

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__ ___+ Pioneering in a new rend of tlon for a model home, Maniredlsaid : !-,

t h.mobullding and merchandising However, when you think
Is the Killian-Craft Corpf of Mi- in terms of a location where many
emi which offers a custambuilthome persons come and go constantly *:
at a subdivislcn p1ift1; it becomes a quite logical location !"
Police officials estimate,
According to Marc Manfred!, that approximately 277,000 people
'-. president! and Mark Casper, vice daily pass the Steven's Market;
president, the company's entire location. "'

homobuilding operations is based The "Neptune," a.s the model is.
cn the theory that there are many .
named, officially opened July 10-
individual vacant lots In the heartof
1.2With/ a gala celebration During
big city which a home
a on
those three days more than 5,000
could be built and serve the J
the house and
residence rental unitor
owner as a ,
talked with Killian personnel.
investment property.
I The John Adams family, :57
To take advantage of this virtually I NW 42nd St, where the 4,000th.
untapped market, Killian- visitors to the model home. They
Craft tffers two "constructed on were surprised with a shoppingCart
year lol' models Buyers have full of groceries presented'
their choice of a two-bedroom, to them by San Filippo. ,
one-bath home priced at $6,450or One highlight of the opening
'" a three-4>edroom,, one-toath activities was the delivery of the
Looking. trim and neat In Its landscaped surroundings the market-probably the first time a supermarket model costing $7,450. "world's largest telo ram" a

the Kllllan-Craft home surprise visitors to and a home-building organization have teamed up However, the company doesn't 7 lations by 5-foot to Manfredi message and of congratu-Killian-

the Stevens Market at 27th Avenue and 62nd St. In this manner. A a.bedroom model will be con slight' the potential buyer who Craft Co1from a Northern

face the house Is actually on the parking lot at strutted In the same area soon has no lot. Killian maintains homebuilder/ competitor
lot-listing service to bring home
and lot together for the custo. Western Union delivered the
i mammoth telegram by lashing it
mer. Heading this department,
the Lot Procurement and Acreage to a trailer pulled by a motor-
These Men Make the Killian Home Division, is Erwin Sharps, an scooter Macnow.driven by pretty Diane

_' h.'."...' ._A.MM."....A.. 'nicer, of the corporation.
The telegram attracted so much
Purchase:: terms simple and liberal attention that it appeared on five
Youth Drive and Vision are nothing down and $59 different television news shoijvs. '
monthly for the three-bedroom Viewers also chuckled at films uf
model l. Mr. Moke, tamed TV chimp, tour-
mark the Men of KillianA "Moreover," Manfredi explained ing the Killian model
handle Like Mr Moke, the thousandsof
"we are equipped to
y ? f home is only as good as the as the man wha sold them a financing on a conventional basis! people who Inspected the model'
men who build !it The builder, house. at bank rates Depending on the found it to be a well built, attractively -
the architect, the constructicn qualifications dour applicant.! designed home with
foreman, the sales manager, the ACREAGE PROCUREMENT we can arrange mortgages for 15 personality and distinctiveness
financing expert all contributeas OFFICER and corporation: mem- to 20 years" unusual tor a budget priced home..
much as the carpenters, masons ber Erwin Shar..s: has a fine Very shortly a threebedroommodel
w.p. and others who physically business background, and formerly TO handle:: the financial detailsof will be constructed adJa-
create the structure which becomes home purchasing, Morris Ep- cent to the "Noptunc"
owned "and operated the Dell Present tans call for ffl
your home.KilUanCratt stein of Killlan's Title Depart- & building
Kniting Mills of Pennsylvania ment, was named head of the in Dade and Droward counties
MARC MANFREDI homes are back- bifore; becoming ,one of the J'big nowly created Financing Division only but state-wide expansion is
President of Kllll-an-Craft Corp. ed by men who know the busi- four"of Killian lie is responsible a deflnte next step for the progressive -
ness (they build houses up to the Klllian-Craft's, rapid growth Killlan-Craft Corp.
...$BO.QOO .Class) and .who have a for !procuring acreage for Killian during the past months has, of
wftole-hearted interest in seeing building program lie is well course, been due to the tremen-
that the-buyer .sets the best deal known to realtors throughout the dous public axaptance: of their 3-Bedroom HomeDade
possible. city. "on your lot" h-dme,
N residents ,will soon b.
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.1 The .four officers of the firm Since the home was first offered -
able to inspect the threebedroommodel
All the Killian officers arc
are pictured at the left. Each is for sale last June, hundreds of the Kllllan-Craft homo
a Socialist. in his field, end, together y.ung;; men the oldest is only of applications have been ,processed According to Marc Manfredi,
with Morris Epstein, who:; 37 It is this combination of youth comany president, a threebedroom -

'handles the financing, they makean and experience that makes the "Most pleasing to us," says Pete one- >ath home will be constructed -

3 unbeatable combination company the pioneering organlza-. San Fillw-o, general manager. "is on the parking lot of the

PRESS DENT Marc Manfredi! is icn which it is. the fact that most of these purchasers Steven's Market at NW 27th ave
and 62nd st. 14 is
tell us that, cur home Is expected to be
a llkeato.e, easy-going man who,
FINANCE SECTION CHIEF is scimpleted by mid-December'
despite his unruffled manner, Just what they've wanted but
p K still gets things done in a hurry.A veteran lawyer Morris Epstein, were unable to buy previously Nalmed the "Mars," the hous

New Jerseylte, he went to high oho brlnis. 37 years -ofexperienceto In order that the public mightsee will be adjacent to the two-bed.
."., ....'.'H. _.A. , __ _.",..._ school there, then graduated from his job. A former Toledo, Ohio,I the Killian' home, a twobedrccm room model already on the lot,.
Columbia; College in 1949. His model furnished and open since last July. '
MARK CASPER resident, he came to Florida in fully
basic engineering knowledge was The model will be completely ,
constructed the
Officer of Kllllan.Craft Corp. refined \ and solidified by the 1958 to retire. However, inactionwas 'I'' decorated parking lot was of Steven's Marketat on decorated and furnished. It will
construction of some 300 to 400 not for Epstein-and he soon NW 27th Avenue and 62nd be den dally and Sunday from;
houses in the North. found Imself functioning as Killian's Street 9 am, to 10 p.m., with qualified
personnel on duty at all times to
and finan-
-1 IHowever, the pull oclf Florida's legal expediter I I Admittedly, the parking lot ofa answer questions and provide
tine weather was too much, So he Cxntinued: on page 20 supermarket is a unique loca- printed material.

moved, baj and baggage, down -.- ..--
here, and once more piun.,cd into
- ,,{ home building To date, he has
.- about 150 houses to his credit, all
with swimming pools, oddly ,,7 :1
) enough. In fact, he pioneered the :
moderate priced swimming pool

rich house. r : ? .Jji
He Joined forcw with MarkCaLLer r : :111
z about four years ago and,
with Erwin Sharpes and Peter
San .Filtppo, set ujx the Killian-
PETER SAN FILIPPO Craft Corporation. ",

Officer of Kllllan-Craft Corp. VICE> PRESIDENT Mark Cas-

'*( and General Managerrd per, the legal mind of the organi- lJ' ;

zation, has been an attorney in .
Florida .for 'the last seven years.

'For four years he has been associated I R; ) ., ,
with Killian-Craft, since ,
A he was Immediately aware, with I3 Stt
partner .Marc Manfredi, cf the .
tremendous"potential::' inherent Ina tt
small, well-built house which (

would sell. at a reasonable price ,, ,
Hfc' a graduate of Cornell University :' .$

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corporation cfflcer Peter San
Fttippo has received many awardsin r'
i the field of sales and manage- ; -:
ment. A Milwaukee boy, he was _u uAlthough

educated there and in California compact In construction, the Kllllan. area, II seen frog the dining area Note the use of
SHARPS Pete, as he is known to everycne
Officer IRWIN of Kllllan.Craft Corp. is a man of great personality Craft home has surprising l Interior vistas. Her beamed telling to mark the changed character of ,

and head Lot Procurement and Killian's clients come to than look the Florida room, sunken one step below the dining the rooms. Kitchen area la to be left of this view. *:.|H
Acreage Division upon him as a friend, rather I 1



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i. . .' I Is your empty lot "earning Its keep"' -or is it, each day, becomingmore @ We will build a Kllllan-Cratt Home on your present
'-'j 0. . .I' and more of a liability? Now, at last, every lot in South Floridacan
DADE COUNTY y . . . be a valuable asset- providing profit, income or low-cost housingfor homesite as a guest home or rental propertyYou
. . . . .0 its owners-instead of a financial burden with taxes and upkeep '
don't need a separate lot to profit from the KILLIAN-CRAFT
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into owners' A soundly.constructed
\ expenses steadily eating resources. plan. If your present homesite is large enough, we can build a full-size
LOT }KILLIAN-CRAFT Home can quickly, almost magically, bring new .
"WNERS' e KILLIAN.CRAFT Home behind or alongside your residence. You
( :At .' 'I'' value to your idle lot. can use it as a convenient, attractive guest house or as a source of
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\ .. /= : ;f'', ; ": ;:; ':.. < We will build'! a Kllllan-Craft Home on your lot . the value of your property- many times the low cost of the
.. : for to live In KILLIAN.CRAFT Home!
,. (# I\\ /IFE you
, : For absolutely NOTHING DOWN and just $$59 monthly, you can
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. to afford you and your family a lifetime of f contented, @ II your present Home Is out-of-date' we will

:/ ,.. .. : ,. .' comfortable living. And because of Florida's' homestead exemptionlaw remove It and replace It with a beautiful
you will, in all likelihood, pay no real estate taxes. Killian-Cralt home
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.; I. when for just $$59 a month you can have an
:' for you to rent out for IncomeAdd CBS KILLIAN-CRAFT Home. You can enjoy all the blessings of

' a Killian-Craft Home to your empty lot and you have a sound modern hurricane-proof construction in a home that offers every
,, investment, one that will provide you with month-in, month-out comfort and convenience right on your present homesite( withouteven
.. .".: t. ," income. With small Efficiency Apartments renting for $$85, $JOO, $$125 moving from your neighborhood! .-
.. .. and even more per month, just imagine how easily you can rent yourqualityconstructed (Note: There is a slight additional cost for removal' your present
., ., .. spacious, KILLIAN-CRAFT Home. Your rental home.. Estimates are given free upon request..)
income will cover all taxes, upkeep and will earn a generous perma.
.. nent monthly income for you!

'",.. L And If' you do not own a lot . .
. .. .J ,. : / Q) We will build a Kllllan-Craft Home on your'' I lot.t . I .
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. t.., for you to sell at a profitIf You can select a choice lot from our vast roster of selected residential
., = your lot has become a "white elephant" or if you've' been holdingit properties. If you are now renting, it will pay to build a home on one' I
.. of these desirable lots. Instead' of building value-less! collection of
; 3 awaiting a market rise that has not developed. you can now get up a
Lvzc ; : your price for it. Lot owners have found that their lot was more rent r receipts, you can build up a valuable equity in your own home.
desirable with a KILLIAN.CRAFT Home on it. They have not only And if you seek' a second income, renting out a highly desirable
made a profit on the lot, but-because of the low cost of the home- KILLIAN-CRAFT Home can provide it for you! Our salespeople will
.. have been able to make a substantial profit on it, too! be pleased to discuss available properties: with you..


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r: >> }'r >. ,.', : ., >, .' :MOhoganydoor&\ d $,. \:> \ ., ,, :..Kitchen'" i *' \ ,i.\. .;",-x i f.,' ," .'(:(''',"S', ,., ''xt'Jswj, k..-S very this construction knowledge 1., 6345 N.W. 27th Ave.
,. ; cqbfaefs \!: standards, superb
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20 THE MIAMI TIMES-"The 12 1959
S Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY. I r DECEMBER ,


Win Fine, aiin

K 'f ,Killian Home+ Contest f t \ ,

ywT i M's{ Simple ,$Siofe/nenf May Win ', Y.

Useful f/ecfrfc/ Gifts

: Twenty-five or fewer well. parking lot of Stevtns.Market, ,
chosen words may win for you I I'isW 27th ave. and 62nd street.
one of five beautiful prizes -'all' I 2. Clip and fill out the contest A4.!
useful General Electric appll" coupon on the bottom of this ,

i, antes In the Kljlian-Cr.aft ,iaAe., Be sure to print your name,
Corporation's contest which opens address and telephone number MORRIS EPSTEIN
today. clearly. Head of Financial Division '.
S 'Te ,J Killian-craft, the company 3. Take the contest coupon? Jb the: Kllllan-Craft Corp. 'I rTHESE t,
which custom builds homes'at', Killian-Cralt model homp |
low subdivision prices, would liketo 4. Deposit the contest coupon MEN .
iJJ :know why you would chooseto in the box marked "Contest En Continued from page 17 :,
/ > : live in one of their homes. tries" whichis placed just inside cing expert.; A world traveler and
:: Anyone Is eligible to enter the the house. The model home is civic-minded man, Epstein rounds f'
/ : ... :;;:: contest. Simply complete In 25 open daily and Sunday from 9 out the Killian group: and forms '.'
., ;
.<" '';::t. > f'; words or less the statement: "1 ajm. to 10 a vital part of the team.Taylor.Family .
":";<'< :.:.+ .:..:::;:::.i. ;;;'!' would like to live in a Killlan- The contest ends midnight,

Windows In the master bedroom provide cross ventilation 'lend Craft home because . Friday, December 18, 1959. The Buys
The first place: winner will winners will be announced on
I themselves to decorator treatment. Arrangement also provides fine carry oil a 14-inch portable tele- Wednesday< December 23, 1959. Killian Home

cross ventilation through house when hall doors are open vision set. The ether prizes are: Each winner will be personally

vacuum cleaner, second place, notified. .
coffee maker, third place; toaster, Enter this contest now. See and ,
fourth place, ; steam. and dry iron, inspect the beautiful and modestly i
fifth place. priced Killian-Cralt home. At
Here's all you do to enter the the same time you may give
contest: yourself a Christanas present by
1. Visit and inspect the Killian- winning one ol the five wonderful -
Craft model home located, on the prizes

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: :? '":: Home Decorating Advisor Klllian-Craft Corp. Newest Miami residents to move
into a Killian-Craft home are
\ We women kncuv that no mater shower-tub combination and all Deacon and Mrs. Luten Taylor
1 .\:.. I : r + how beautiful a home may be, plumbing is world famous Amer- and their six children.
.' ts charm diminishes when the ican Standard. The medicine cab- The Taylors new hcme Is at '
' > Jeslgn makes' for more work, inet has a facing mirror, and the 850 NW 67th st. They selectedthe
: fore steps, more care. walls are partially tiled. A choice Killian-Craft three bedroom :
'.' '..:, Consequently, the Killian-Cralt of several colors for the fixturesis home with carport.

.nome Js ideally suited to the busy offered. Deacon Taylor a Miami resi-
TTIf wife, mother or working gal .who The bedrooms comprise the dent for the past' 36 years is a."* ,
: wants a neat home, but can',only back iwall of the home, and win- teacher and ordained deacon ol
give limited time and effort to dows are so located that they give the House of God, The Church of

flnt rtSera}... ,awvxax2axeaY.aao, >v YRti4 its upkeep. cross ventilation. All window sills the Living God, The Pillar and.
I are ceramic tile attractive, and Ground of the Truth. His wife
The Kiiiian home was not only ,
Kitchen of the Killian. Craft home Is efficient, boasts of a fine arrayof clean easily with cne: wipe of a church.
with the in mina
designed woman
I cabinets The refrigerator, and electric range shown In photo! art with the1woman damp sponge. The Taylor children Include .",
it was designed
not For larger families, or those'who Luten Jr. 14 Shadrick 13 '
part of original equipment.. of the house as its central figure ; ; Jerry
desire more space in their 12; Larry Gene 10; Charles Tim-.'
.....;+.<:r .:...,..,.:,., ,.. .... .> . N ... ,"'" The two-bedroom one-bath bedrooms, Killian-Craft builderscan othy; 8; and Merial Linda, 5. i..
r t "Neptune" model which sells for move the back wall out two Deacon Taylor in private llle '
$6,450 is a marvel of compactness feet at only a slight extra cost. is head of a landscaping and
quality workmanship and mater- Just' off the dining area, which : gardening business. '/ .
ials, and tasteful design. has ample space for a large table .1

The home has a living room, and four cr more chairs, is the hurricane-proof CBS construction r f

dining area, kitchen, utility room, kitchen, a dream of abundant Other fine features include mahogany > .
and (an extraordinary' feature ina cabinets (by Wei-Built) and doers and more-than-. ." '
budget priced home) a Florida, counter space. The single compartment necessary electrical outlets.
\\J'\-S1. '. ,. '. room, sunk one step below the sink has a formica The interior layout of the house'.
) -, '," drainboard.One is such that there '
dining room area. are living areas ,
M"w.. ,:'ti Mt ,Yl'Slt.N; I I < '" The exterior cl the "Neptune"is step down from the kit rather than Individual rooms. ,
a ;RniYiYPettiioaei . } chen is the utility room, complete This makes.'
} decorating and fur-
,, t. .. 4\a' simple and attractive. A long,
.v with hot water heater included
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<< "" nishing Immensely ,because 1
simpler ,
roof and covered
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w.' tI""I'\'d.. ..,.1'eA ". ', ance to the house carried through room to room
PI". ,\MIs\U"' ...4""t.. > .,,,"" > ,. The entrance leads Into the living household equipment and similar without a break in mood and atmosphere -
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and is
'" room area, your eye "
1. "''','' ', automatically drawn along the The entire home is a sturdy, Youll love living in a Killian-, i.
.0:;.''\ '" w"t...' Maggie, is an instructor in the Craft home. . : ..
\111'1>.''-'" entire front through the diningarea .. .
.,,1'"I and the Florida room. Ceil- '""> "Iit<
ing to floor glass Jalousied win ?a 't :.
dows give the Florida room its

light, airy appearance and bringsthe .
green lushness of your out- ;,
door landscaping right' inside. J
The arrangements ol the three R Aw 1t4 v '!
rooms in a row not only provides '
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World's largest telegram was delivered to the Kllllan-Craft model down extra steps and>motions in '
vacuuming dusting and scrub- 1.r
home on the Stevens Market parking lot at N.W. 27th Avenue and bing.! I .

62nd Street; during the home's official opening. Looking at the gigantic From the living room a turn J \
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message of congratulations, from a Northern competitor, are, to the left leads Into the bed- '

left to right: Mark Casper, vice president; Peter San Filippo, general room-bath: area. A small hallway :."'' 1.;
insures privacy and sets off the ''";. '1}I
manager; Erwin Sharps, vice president; Diana Macnow, Western I bedroom-bath 'area from the remainder .,"J.'

Union' representative, and Mare Manfredi I, president. I vt the house. IR , I. ;& r'p }"1rtL .

1 The bathroom is equipped with .-' ';r rIl

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parking lot of Stevens Market at N.W. 27th Avenue and 2nd Street

THIS FORM MUST BE DEPOSITED 'IN THE BOX MARKED "CONTEST ENTRIES" WHICHIS were singled out for special recognition. They Were Mr. and Mrs

ON John Adams and children John Jr., and Debbl; 67 N.W. 42nd at.
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THE MIAMI TIMES The Peoples' Newspaper"! .

Gibson Case Ruling Seen I.SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1959 t PAcfclft' ::_. ,' "'u ,

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HOLSUM prior to Christmas. We'lmrit
children to follow a path Jnto the.
as Pupil Breakthrough CHRISTMAS display and greet Santa \ : '.* j:|

,DISPLAY OPENSDECEMBER 'This year's fantasy-type sc'eDe ,
will include such innovations :: ;.;
18 a jovial Santa's ,face j
An opinion of a United States tive duty rested upon the Board of the Fourteenth Amendment but from the sun in the fcy.: A :
Court of Aippeals reversing a of Public Instruction to corn'1y !i i'offered no further relief. This Rated as one of the largest Santa's sleigh won't be exactly!
loiter court ruling which upheldthe with the May 17, 1954 ruling of ruling went up on appeal. Meanwhile animated' Christmas displays in sleigh. It'll be a glittering; "sea- .
Florida Pupil Assignment law the Supreme Court." 'I|I in 1959, a single school ina South Florida, Holsum's huge sled, overflowing with ,cotorfugifts. ;
"ajrpears to be the first clear Upon' rehearing, the district changing area in Miami was scene in front of its plant on U.S. ." '-
breakthrough on these statutes," ccurt held that statutes violativeNIIINNNNNIIINNNNNNNNNNN j!i desegregated. Highway 1, South Miami, will be Following! annual custom Hot: .
4' ,
Wllkins said Executive last week.The Secretary. Roy N\II\NM\N\__u___\______________________ _____________ opened to the public at 5 p.m., sum will include a wishing well ,'.
Friday, Dec. 18, Jordean Cash in the display. Money tossed ,tn'
decision, handecb down in
New Orleans, on Nov. W sent the t.ln' Around The Bahamas Carrying president out announced.the theme, ties the well will go to local.*,;-v char-
case back to the federal district : "Christmas in Florida, the gigantic '\-IIt ,
court with instructions I # proceed three-dimensional spec- Nineteenth in a long' line of '
In' accordance with the Supreme By A. H. McKeNZIE tacular, Cash explained, is designed Holsum's Christmas scene;*'-work,
Court ,rulings, in. the school de- M-11//IIIIMM/NNI/N/N\N\\IN\I\/\INIIII\NNN\N\/N//NI/N\NN/1 1\I\\I\N\IN\N/N to depict Christmas gay- on this year's production'' betas .
segregation cases and with the ety in the warm, sun-lit tropics five months ao, Cash saidl In .l', II'
opinion of the C6urt of Appeals! Bel Saunders, 60, of Pete's St., "It takes a year to produce a rather than the North. size it follows the Holsum trdl-'J '
while retaining Jurisdiction dur-i died at Princess Margaret Hospital grapefruit and then you come tlons of bigness with width'Extending -
in? the period of'transition froma on Nov. 19 as a result of along and' steal! That is what "Instead of reindeer," Cash fifty feet, depth of 1wedJ'
segregated to 'a nonsegregatedschool injuries she sustained in a traf- Magistrate told J. Strachan as he said "four seahorses, colored in ty feet, and decorations ,at tbt.J:
system in Bade County. fic accident on Balllou Hill Road. sentenced him to do a month behind 'Shocking Pink', will draw San rear as high as fifty feet.
The Florida law together with She is reported to have walked in bars for, stealing five grape. ta's sleigh across a balmy, cloud-
the board's implementing reso- the path of a car driven by Win- fruit. filled sky. In their carefree mood I
lution, the court held, does not stcn Knowles. The accident occurred the animated seahorses will weat MAKE BIG MONEY! f
meet "the requirements of a planof at 3:30: ( pan and she diedat Twenty-tihree-year-old Erroll Christmas wreaths, Instead of
deserregation of the schools 01 6:45: : Neymour, alias "Mice", who escaped harness, around their necks. AGENTS WANTED
constitute a 'reasonable start toward from prison last July 1, is "Insead of snow, a warm, blue to sellJAMAICA
full com/oliance'/ with the Four hundred cases of beer still at lane. A reward of $280 'ocean' will be dotted with a col-f
Supreme Court's May 17, 1954, were lost at Grand Turk on Nov. has been offered for inf.ormatlollieading lorful tropical island where San I
ruling That law and resolution 13 with two lighters, Jane and to his capture. ta will loll beneath a palm tree. PRODUCTS '.
ci"no more than furnish the Alice. The boats, which were Our Santa, incidentally, will be Call OX 1.1541
legal machinery under which owned by the uks Island ;.Salt Co. Police Constable realized a live one during the evenings I
compliance may be started and capsized and sank The- eight in court on Nov. 26 that I and on Saturday and Sunday

effectuated. In deed,' there is chew members were rescued by even the 'law" ought to obey the I ..._........... --........ ---.................... ............. '
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nrvthln? in either the Pupil Assignment I the M.V. M nU1-on. '. law> Charged with occupying a .
Law or the Implementing car with Eurellne Strachan while ENROLL NOW IN
:resolution clearly inconsistent Treasure Cay, Abaco one of she was drlvisg without a license,
wfth a continuing policy of compulsory the places where time has almost he has been fined $56. The young SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
segregation. been standing still for more than woman got off '\It ith a $14 fine
200 years, is getting a modern a Life Long Profession
OPPORTUNITY FOR CHOICE face-lifting treatment. This week Euna Williams21 arrested -

I a real estate firm started work on on November 23 and charged Florida's Oldest Reliable and Complete School
The Dade County (Miami) brother ,
I a $260,000,000 resort project. The with the slaying of her ,
Board of Public Instruction, if it developments Include $3,000,000 Christopher, on the previous day.
chases "may submit for the consideration hotel with 212 rooms (clubhouse The victim was scabbed in the 1011 NW2nd Avenue FR 4-9998 J
of the district court a ), 800 homesltes to cost neck at Okra Hill A preliminary
plan whereby" Negroes are "af from $15000 to $50,000, and hearing is set for Doc, 14. ,
forded a reasonable and conscious other facilities -
rwrtunity to apply for admls-
strn to any schools for which
'they are 'eligible without regardto The Canassau Builders, Limited
their race or color, and to have have plans for a $3,000,000 bulld-
that choke fairly considered by 'ng project in Nassau. Accordng
the! enrolling authorities. In theevent to announcements, 300 home aro
of the submission and approval *o be built for people in the,
cf such a plan, the district mIddle' income bracket in Chip-
(court might properly wait a pingham! Englerston, and the
ro< sonab1e time for the necessary Eastern District. Arnold Cam-
mlnstrative! action before find- bridge, Bahamian architect, will
In* whether further proceedings do the blue print, and the homes ;
are necessary." will! be constructed on individual
Action was instituted on June 'ots. here will be a playground at
12. 1956 by Rev. Theodore Gibson each site. I ::4
president of the Miami
branch of the NAACP, on behalf The S. S. Bahama Star, an 810 Ii
-f his son, Theodore Jr., with passenger, 10,900 luxury cruise <. \ : ? w;
NAACP General Counsel RobertL. ship, will! start service between
Carter and G. E. Graves of assau and Miami! on Jasuary 1
MIami' handling the case. The The completely airconditionedvessel
wi't' brought a Judgement declaring l will leave Miami! on Mon
' the placement laws unconstitutional day and Friday evenings. j
and further asked: that
the Board "be ordered to deseg- Sampson Pierre learned the '
re'ate public schools of D a de hard way on Nov. 25, that it 'Was
County." not "nice" to discharge firearms QF'f z ff: :' i
The suit was dismissed; y the wantonly and to be in possessionof !
HUtriot court because the plaint a revolver: without- a license.
fs had not made application I! trying to twist the truth in
for admission to any particular court failed utterly, and Magistrate -
school. Thin ruling was reversed M, J. Thompson sentencedhim
bv the Court of Appeal ,which to six mosths' imprisonment
heed' "that the primary and posi without fine on the charge. I \



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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"PAGE before a group of more than 35
New persons, who beamed with enthusiasm -
22 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1959 Longshoremen Sign at his exceptional! memory -
and musical ability, John ia
-- instructed by Mrs. Bass Boyer,
Mrs Boyer and John preparedthis
Pay Contract unusual program in five parts
and some of the familiar tunes
,were: Drifting Sands, Reverie,
Win 40c An-Hour Spinning Song, What_a Friend,
Never Alone, Silent Night, N ar
1 John McMinn Jr.
A Raise The Cross, White Christmas: ,
< Scores in Musicale Seminole Parade, Hawaiian Lul-
laby, Tumble Weed and Chop
The International

Sticks. Frank Clifton and Raphu
Association agreed last
Williams played few
a selections
u Tuesday in New York to a new
;: between the various parts as a
contract, averting the threat of a rest for John.
,. renewed East and Gulf Coast dOCK
a 4 4x walkout 'when Taft-Hartley After his performance, he was
Injunction expires Dec. 27. presented a Timex watch from
f. I his parents and
a token from
Still unresolved the
was cru-
,, H cc cial issue of automation, but the s' .,., a friend of the
,; 70,000-mimlber unkn agreed to
submit the problem to binding arbitration Refreshments were enjoyed b>
if no solution Is reachedin all.
10 more days of negotiations
John and his parents wish to
+. i ; Pay increases granted by tho thank all persons who helped
three-year pact will be retroac- make this affair a success.
ratify the contract by Dec. 10.i '
a ., "'
Alexander Chopin, president of '
the New York Shipping! Associa i a ex J. B. SMITH
tion promised.The .
j .M ..\;. 40-tcent-'an-hour' {(} ,package
officially covers only Atlantic ;
a W. w..Mwwa.n M1+wJdYlvh:99nu1a.' : ; 'Ry / coast ports from Maine to Virginia ," Electrical Contractor
but other ports traditional ; ,,J a '.s
Sensational new singer-dancer, standing of the Seven Lively l ly follow the lead of the New -" j if).."..,,,,,. .III I HOUSEWIRING"Don't
Dottie Anderson, Joins artist Arts. York negotiations., It was reached Mr. and Mrs. John A. McMinn,
Michaelangelo Alocca In being The room features avant-garde with the aid of federal media Sr. presented their son, John, 7 cuss Call us"
raptly attentive during perfor- paintings ,poetry reading, music, tors and agreed on in a "memo years, in his first public Musicale PHONE OX 1.3625
mance of work and dance. of understanding" signed by the
jazz In the new Sunday, Nov. 29 at their home,
Studio II room of Miami Sir John Miss Anderson, who has been ILA and the shipping association 4867 ,NW 29th ave. Night or Day
Hotel. selling and breaking records all John performed miraculously
StudloII Is devoted to furtherIng summer in Miami, moves into
the highest Ideals and crea- Kingston, Jamaica for an exten- Father !!Divine
ting greater love and under- !sive theatre date.


Atlanta Elbow, a 350-acre( "hea- SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
Adopts Pupil ven" of Father Divine in Pough-
I keepsie, NY, across the Hudson PSYCHIC READER
opposite the Hyde Park home of
the late President F. D. Roose
Placement LawThe velt, is being sold.
The price offered' Is $92,000, but a A A, ;
the real figure has not been disclosed :
School Board in Atlanta, A hardware merchant,I !
Ga., unanimously adopted a pro Walter R. Seaman of Highland,
posed pupil assignment plan that Mt. Tabor Sponsors NY, said he had signed a contract
would place 116,000 public school preliminary to closing the deal
children without "regard to race Boat Ridei He intends to develop the tractas '
or color." |i a site for :people 'over 65. M' '
The :flan is' the board's answerto Come ride with us on a mem- The Father Divine group boughtthe ; '
a federal court's Instructions oraJble Moonlight Cruise Friday property from Howland
to show means of desegregating night, Dec. '11 and see tho Spencer, a distant( relative and sir, nx .
the schools. It does not order Integration breathless beauty of Miami's and bitter political foe of President *1er
specifically. The Geor- Miami Beach's skyline at night, Roosevelt, ,in 1938. Durirk the .
gia legislature would have to pass a veritable cruise through dreamland thirties and forties it was alive
implementing statues before the This will be a night you with cries of "Peace !it is
plan can beccme effective, as un- will lonj remember. The boat wonderful," the salutation among .
der existing law, any school, that will leave from pier 1 at 8 o'clock Father Divine's followers Chicken Let my years of Experience>> guide and protect you through
is Integrated must be closed Im p.m. A two hour cruise through dinner with rice was sold fo; Life a* a Lighthouse guides the ship in a storm
mediately.Dr. I the sheltered waters of Biscayne 15 cents and the "angels" paid $2
Bay and Indian River. per week for rent. In recent years Wllti (OTHERS, 'A1L YOU BUB ME
Rufus Clement, president of the place has been 'on the Inac
Atlanta University, and only Ne- This cruise is being sponsored tive list.Father. For Success in Business And Love
gro member of the school board, by the Ways. and Means. Committee Divine, also known as CONSULT HER
explained his position as follows: "A civilized society can neither Church. For information or to secure given inter-national ,prominence You",can now have your home made happy
grow nor be sustained In a na- tickets you may call the during the depression years, and Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
Hon or a community which prefers following phones: PL 4-0956, PL was deified by his followers. In Don't Stay in the rut, get out now -
Ignorance to knowled;e." 1-6732 cr OX 13175. The price was Identified by his followers
I of tickets will be $2.00 for adults By the help of God she can help you
recent his star has lost
years its
"In spite of the reservationwith I and $1.00 for children under 12
which I began and in the years of age. lustre. Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

profound hope that we may peace-I' Mrs. A, L. Powell troubleIt
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N.-..........--..............-..a6Na......-.- n TIMES 'The Peoples' Newspaper" .
Small's -
Mo's Bar and a few other THE MIAMI -
.1 places brought in a small organ '..-
: combo or small musical SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1959 PAGErwith
Around Miami group with a name artist now and .
then. I don't believe that anyone
would kick about $1.00 with table keeping Charlie .Hadley as

By DAVE (Mr. Swlno) BONDU free, of course. Just let me show our representative. Cards have For The Highest in
what could happen: 1. Better entertainment "let's
-.................-..;...................--... I 2. Better environ- been coming" in saying!Several keep
; Hadley We had cards COSMETICS. ,
I" ment; 3. Better service; 4. Raisein suggesting Father Gibson. So ....
NOW THAT The Classic of 59
salary for the bartender; 5. remains Unofficial
I Charles Hadley our ALto
is over and everybody is getting o Raise for the waitresses 6. Improve
; for another
_. .}I.' Negro mayor
back to Earth, let's all pray thai ,1H
our social standards. It Miami Times NewspaperCall
year. He has a good job. ,
the Classic of 60 be just as
Cunt Basle Group. would help in a dozen ways to Until next week . Live life,
colorful and successful. This was Up in the Press Box were Jas. I make a better town. My hat is every golden minute of it. Peace.Don't YUkon 3r5681
classic in
about the happiest a
Martin, Samuel J. Counts Jr., off to Sam Rabin for a fine idea
long time, and it was presented
North MUton (Butterfoall) Fret Fight!
Charles -
nicely. The FAMU officials wentto
WMBM E. H. I PICKED UP on my Christmas
Smith of station ,
great expense to bring the very McLInn of the Florida Sentinel, record albums at Variety Record Join The NAACP
best to the public' and a record Tampa; Archie (Press Box) Pin- Shop in the Miami Times officeon
crowd of 43,645 attended the
3rd and they really have
der, W. J. Brassfield, Sohenley ave
to see the RattlerS take a
game Distillers, Herman' Walton, Miami some gassers Johnnie Mathis,
victory of 23-7 over prairie View Harry Belafonte Nat King Cole
Times, Joe Walker, stationWMBM ,
Panthers. The half-time show was
L. North Cur- Perry Como. All great
as usual, enjoyed (iby all, plus the Quentin ,
tis Wood of Prairie View A and M,
presentation of the "Most Co- RUMOR HE WEEK: Miami
Jacob Boyer of Priarie View, J.
rageous Athlete Award" to for- R. E. Lee, FAMU, A. D. Gaither, Citizen/ sez: "Hey Dave, did you i
mer Dodger Star, Roy Campa-
Hillsborough Public Schools, Tam- know Sgt. Clint Williams got e
nella, pa, Franklin Turner, FAMU, shot and died Saturday night?" w. r
Much credit is to be given the Samuel "Bid Whist" Wilson, of Sez I: "No, but I'll check on :
. Oranje Blossom Classic Committee FAMU; Sal Adams, St. Pete it." I dialed the phone, "Hello,
for their efforts to help make Times, B. T. Harvey, SLAG operator.give me the 11th Street
this Classic a memorable one. Montgomery, Ala.; Lawrence B. Precinct please. t \ # It
The North Travel Bureau is to Cooper of the Times. There were Precinct: Calhoun.
be commended for the way it many others reporters, white Me: Hey Calhoun, did Sgt.
handled the housing and sale of and Negro from all over sports Williams get shot Saturday ," +
tickts, as well as, the Sir John celebrities, like Chuck Dressen,I I I nirht?" r M
Hotp' staff in doing everything radio and TV personalities were I Calhoun: "Not that I know of. "SANDS"I
possible to make everyone's stay present at this Classic, both m Wanna talk to him?"
a ,plessint one. The, Miami Car- the sky-hlh press box and in Sgt Williams: "Sgt. Williams
ver and Mary Elizabeth hotel) the choice 50-yard line pews. Can I help you?"
staffs! d'd their .share, along with Highlight of the game was 'a Me: "Yeah. I heard you wuz
many others. Here and there werea scene featuring Ed Cook and dead." .
; few sore scots like some wanting King Coleman both popular Sat Williams: Not yet.
to over-cargo for certain DJ's . thought that FAMU Me: "OK. I wuz Just checking,
thins which was brought to my I would lore. Coleman changed his anyway, it's nice talking to a
fctitentlrn, otherwise everythingwas mind but not die-hard Ed. Then ghost. Bye."
OK. Well, some people have FAMU made another touchdown, Srt. Williams: "GoombyeJ'
to learn. I and Ed had to give in. Results: See that's how lies get out. .I' t5w
All bets were cancelled. _
PRETTY GIRL of the Week: Mrs.' HER E88,\Madam Effle
Louse.! Williams (wife of Carver SPEAKING) OF Ed Cook. Hit Throckbottom, will return to
Mgr., Eddie.) . Pretty Boy of wife Phyllis, is thataway. Ed thrill all of Miami on Dec. 24 at
The Week: Raphu Williams . d-esn't have a TV. The !blessed the New Club Mi. Madam I
Mceman cl the Week: Sam event is scheduled for early 1960 ThrcoWbottom, enjoyed by all
Gerald . Secretary of the Week: . Sam Baibin. finally came up who saw her, has been gone a Asa
Juanita B. Cole. with a good idea. That was to long time, appearing with Johnny -
charge $1.00 ccver in the lounge Mathis, Cab Galloway. Sallle
FACES FROM PLACES: Bud -urina the Classic. There have Blair and other stars In New
Ward from the Moss Kendrick been plenty of timer when he and York. Eifle's show will be with-
Organization! in Washington, D.C. t didn't see eye to eye on his out a doubt, one of the best dur-
former manager erf the Sir John) nollcles, but you have to give a ing the 10-day holiday period.
and Moss Kendrick, himself; msn credit where it is due. Let's Everyone knows Madam Throck-
fill Nunn of the Pittsburg Cour- look at it this wayl! He has Count bottem as Chicke! Home. The q
ler; Ruth Dunmore, daughter of Lewfo at the Hammcnd and Eric show will be called "The Queen
the Courier's former Florida Ed- Miller on guitar and vocals. These 'and I" with mush by W. C Ba-
Ito-, Al Dunmcre; Marion Jack- musicians cost money. Secondly, ker and his all star band, featuring '
!on. sports editor of the Atlanta he gets a chance to sell more songstress Little Clara. Man- E
Diiiy Wcrld; Coach B. T. Har- brinks and you can get faster ager K. C. Smith is going all out heG1&ccfG
v.y. formerly with Morehouse service yet enjoy the ocmpany of to make the Club Ml one of the II
O' liege, Atlanta and now in Bir- pour choice. The dollar keeps out south'j best known places of entertainment -
mingham. Ala.; Marie King and the undesirables and those who Be sure to put the
Juanita Saddler of Orlando; ire "Just walking through" and "Queen and I" en your list for !I
Sheriff Burney of West Palm not interested in seeing the showor your Christmas and New Year's T
Beach; Freddie Green of theCLYDE' drinking yet keep you from celebrations.
"njoyitny both.

1It Just suppose that all of the AS FAR AS our Unofficial!
better lounges such as the Sir Mayor poll Is concerned, it seems I
Tchn, the Mary Elizabeth, Carver, I as If the entire city is In accord

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24 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1959 I after the Christmas holidays "

.. Another sale will be at the SIR, JOHN : ;.., ; 1
--- -- - hrone cf Mrs. M. Tuurnquest, 857 t r
NW. 10th St., Hallandale
BRIGHT on Dec.
Broward 1 'a 18. The proceeds are for! the new
Weekly Specials M onran at St. Ann's Il)iscopal Health ClinicLicensed '
Church. Everyone is asked to ,
County ome out and give a helping hand. .
Down .
$395 1 bed $60 M*. \
Mrs. .
NewsBy Faye Cleare.JESCA's
and Registered Masseur ,

$495 Down 2 bed $70 Mo. ,Bazaar
Walter Bowe ThursdayGeorge '
$695 Down 2 bed CBS <
---..... -.-.................. --.- F. Williams, chairmanand BLIND BOY LOCATED IN SUITE 141 OF THE ,
members of the Dade Care .
$695 Dn. New Opa Locka Clarence Delancy of Carver Committee .of James E. Scott SIR JOHN HEALTH CLINIC :
Ranches left for Nassau Monday
Community Association are in the
Dec. 7 on the s.s Florida. He will of '
process completing plans for .
$995 Down Liberty City spend a month visiting his sister their Annual Bazaar which will .
Mrs.. Annis Allen and other
be held Friday,, Dec. 18
New 3 bed with 4 :p.m.
carport relatives and friends. at the James E. Scott Homes Call FR 3-3381 for an appointment

Auditorium.The .
Mrs.: Ida Seymour wife of Mel-
., LOT OWNERSWe vin Seymour, entered Memorial committee is asking all BODY MASSAGE SPOT REDUCING
need 10 lots to build Hospital in Hollywood on ,Dec. 8 members, and friends of JESCA
Cash to undergo a minor operation. bo( make this bazaar an enjoyableand SWEDISH MASSAGEFOR
or termscall Lots of luck to Mrs. Seymour. profitable one. It's not too
late ,fcr you to make a cntribu-
tion. Jiut mail BOTH MEN AND WOMEN .
or bring
now for price & terms The CWH'Ch'amber of:Com- item to. 1133 NW 66th st. your Plan '.-
merce meets Monday night, Dec. now to' attend. ..1.u..u..u..u.
14 at the Carver Lounge Motel at a...:.!.:..:..:..:.:.r...______.____ ..___.:... .......u..u._ _ ..._....u''U'. _...........u..u... ....... _
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Harold Carcwell and wife, Mrs. t N:t Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From |!
Eddie Carswell, are in Carver
Ranches from Gocoma, Washington fll
PL 7.8456 283 NW 79th St. Army Base visiting their in; VISIT OR CALL TODAY . PL 7-1645 OA
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17-inch -$22.95 21-lnch-$29.95 ;CIF See "Sid" at 1946 N.W. 152nd Terrace, Opa Locka, Sunday .- f ..;.. O 1 1Ui
No Closing Costs No Down I. =o=
-e- ; Qualifying Only $795 : :

SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 :n Built-in Oven and Range. e Large Closets 1 Je;
at t; Oversized Living Room 0 All Modern Bath Room .',' fc:
Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges =iU j All Screened Florida Room e All Jalousied Windows =1 1r

Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph 3t r* Separate Dining Room 0 Move Right In- 1 Mortgage =U t=

Records All I late hits. Special-3 for $1.00 .jt .*". .-.......
; ? Only ,$495 Down $495 Down ;y:

Vets Radio & TV Co. UJ Brand new 3-bedroom CBS. No closing For this bedroom home. Clean. Kitfit{] !
b costs. City water, near 163rd St. chen furnished with stove and re frigfj' n
:J t, shopping center. Utility room. Seer erator. Large: lot. One mortgage at &Jj

939 N.W. 3rd Ave. f'j r MMMMMMM George, Sunday MMMMHMHMMMMMVBVMHHiW 1570 N.E. 154th St. $60 per month.. M.It

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P\\ Only $995 Down sell fast? All cash? Call us. We have $

|K;= See "Ben" Sunday at 791 N.W. 55th builders who will buy. Best prices d

HOMES FOR SALE )iJ Terr. Newly painted inside and out. obtained. Do you, want a house built? 4fc*'
;iUi: side. Terrific location. Priced right. Put up deposit and build. >U

These are the best buys In the new Orchard Villa area. Prices a Make $3,000 iJ!(
Down profit. at once. Whep
+ oo and terms reduced for you In time to get your Homestead Exemption ,Only $995 you buy this 2-bedroom CBS. It is t
l -CALL:,NOW. N =a For this brand new 3-bedroom CBS priced that much below 'rt
home. See 3099 N.W. 58th St. Show.
(. BEAUTIFUL CORNER HOME dh value. Must sell fast to settle estate. .
.: er doors, Venetian blinds, utility room. See 1849 N.W. 57th St
carport a Buses, no closing costs. Move in.
#tj.i yard like.a park. Low down payment on FHA terms. u.U(e .Brand New Bedroom CBS Homes .SJ It
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Good Property
.;; NEWLY DECORATED CBS 2-bedrooms each side. Priced at $12,995 $695 down, $89 ,Jt
? A CBS duplex,
: ]U( monthly. Built-in and range.Ui
' 1490 N.W. 68TH STREET. Open Saturday and Sunday.. See this'nice : ? A 3-bedroom home, clean in and out oven
.': home. Last one In this nice section, 3 bedroom,. on- corner. ?1I J side. Must be sold together. Terrific! Rear screened Florida porch. 0 n e l t:

lot low FHA terms. 5 With only I $1,500 down. 1 Mortgage. mortgage only. ,
''Its Opa Locka. Deposit will holdt-

DAY NURSERY N.W. |u| Only $495 Down See Tracy. this Sunday 1.5 at Jti
KINDERGARTEN. Price reduced. Owner wants offer. Must bt p.m.
t! sold now, call me on ;this for a flood deal now. Fully equipped <](c3 2-bedrooms, large, separate living 7616 NW 12th Ave. 3-bedroom CBS. fn?
t.-f: and ready to make :W room, dining area, clean. Large deep 60x100 lot. Hardwood floors, one .>N
+ money. :IjjJ J lot. Only 1 mortgage at $75 per FHA mortgage, includes insurance '
: ONLY $895 DOWN ;ijj? month. Hurry!) and taxes. .:.

.,,N.EW N.W. 68TH STREET AREA. Very nice 2 bedroom with ;;
;Florida &om Could be used as third bedroom.. Near bus ana u; n

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