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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 19, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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I Miamians: Balk at Ne '-< Co"eg" i

Announcement of plans for a j decision has been made as yet rci 'ated,
public:: junior college for NegroesIn by Dr. Davis! or Judge Thomas, Gibson added:
Miami was blasted by local but close friends 'of the judge "I cannot see how the school
vw Ixp Negroes!; and the president of the feel he (will not go along with the board in good conscience can afford -
Miami NAACP this week. ( idea. to ask responstble Negro \
The sparks began to fly when leadership to perpetuate this kind
the Dade County School Board i Mr. Mays accepted his appointment of action upon their c wn people.
named a five-man "advisory I I feeling he was being The underlying plan of the
board" for establishment of the of service to the community, and board seems to be an effort to'
Junior college.Th It is rcprted that Mr. Williamson keep Negroes out of the new
looks upon his appointmentas Junior College at NW 17th ave.
,"se named were Judge L. E. an honor. and 95th st. for which taxpayershave
Thomas Dr. Ira P. Davis, Neal NAACP ,president, the Rev. shelled out $2,000,000 for
Adams, Arthur Mays of Goulds Theodore Gibson called the plan j ere ton of the buildings.
and Marshall Williamson of a "creation cf a new pattern) of The Board plans to set up the
,South Miami. segrep Uon." I Negro collate in the already
I militant Brownsville He questioned the board's good crowded Northwestern Senior
/(1c1viljighta fighter and commun- faith, ,pointing to the board's argument High Schcol with no additional
ity leader has already turned! in Federal Court that outlay of funds for a physical
I Sown the invitation to- serve. No Dade schools are not racially seg- plant.Hiqhwav ,
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vLArA Car Leaves ; Kills 2" it I

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ILo' Drunk Driver through the (wall of the tiny du- smoke After kicking' out a window -
C'lex; house shoved against the and Jumping to safety, be
i Charged on 2 CountsA I window' of the 'front bedroom in ran to another: window and found
A r the other half of the house. h's badly burned wife and.
speeding car careened offSouth Their neighbors in the duplex dragged her out. She is near
Dixie (Highway early Fri- were more fortunate, Neal Tukes, death in Jackson Hospital.
47 said he awakened' the
was by
day, killing two and Injuringf
screech f the car's tires second ;lilt mother-In-law
c< a Mrs. Mary
:ur others as it tore like a bomb
4 f r through a small frame house. before it plowed through the Green, 68, her legs burned and
huse. hnr night clothes in shreds was
Three of the Injured fled the
house moments after a resultinggas Thrown trOll1his bed, Tulces' he'iprd: out the front door of the
explosion turned it Into a ijroped for his wife, Dora Mae, duplex by Officer DeKorte and
fiery; torch. 38, but was blinded .by murky an unidentified Negro.ATHLANTA .

Coral Gables Policeman Rob-
ert DeKorte, who satv the crashat
2:53 a.m., was credited with COURT TELLS GEORGIAIntegrate .
. dragging the car's unconscious h
: white driver from the flaming ' '

The Pan American World AIr- -congratulated her three lovely house. 1))
ways Social Club, led by Presi-I attendants First attendant, Miss The driver, Harold Guthrie, 26, or
dent Roosevelt WInfield! held its 'Betty Clark, second, Mrs. 'Doro- cf 3453 SW 23rd Ter., :was charged '
annual "Miss Pan American" C. Hardy; third, Miss Barbara with two counts of man- .. .
contest at 1'730NW 68th st, home Webb. slaughter due to drunken driving.He :: :;
of Mr. Winfleld. The new queen, dressed exquisitely was jailed alter being treatedfor Close Schools
The four charming young ladles in a long, flowing white a broken arm and minor lace I
who vied for the title of "Miss gown, long white gloves and cuts.The .
Pan American" were Mrs. Doro- carrying a sweet bouquet of flow dead whose charred bodiesremained The people of '
thy G. Hardy; Miss Betty Clark ers and wearing her symbolic {n the blazing house Georgia, through their Legislature -
Mi's! Barbara Webb and Miss crown, together with last year's : more than a hur before police must decide whether they
Barbara, String queen and her lovely attendants, could enter were identified as shall have integrated school or
Mrs Eddie Mae Royal, Miss graced the beautiful Pan Amer Lee (Bombry, 50, and his commonlorw nn schools, a federal judge said
Pan American of 1958-50, crown-i lean float to give the 27th Orange wife Ekna Gibson, 40, Monday.
ed Miss Barbara Stringer the' Blossom Classic Parade, a both of 201 S. Dixie Hwy Judge Frank A. Hooper said
new Miss Pan American, and I most appealing ,attraction. Their bed was rammed failure of the Legislature to
adopt a school desegregationplan
such ns local action, would
compel him to order integration.

Fired in Cab He said ,this would' mean even-
Cop tual clcslnf of all Georgia public '
schools because integration is not
possible under present Georgia

law.1[DOper'. comments came duringa
Driver Bribe CasePatrolman hearing on objections by Negroes -
to a Pinil( placement:' plan
offered' by the Atlanta Board of
Education. The udge had ordered -
Archie Lanrford, 30, the board to draft a plan for
was suspended last 'Week by Assistant ending racial discrimination.
J, A. Youell for refusing lie said he would decide ,as
to testify in an investigation ,Child Killed on TrailJohnnie l lI "soon ai possible" on whether
against Harry Lee Yates, a white the plan conforms with his order.
.J "racketeer. The plan is based on the Alabama
Youell said, according to official I Graham of 3440 Grand Miss (Pastern Airlines was the Pupil Placement L.:.
pc lice reports, Langford approached which has been'uoheld bY theUjS.
Ave., Coconut Grove, was fish- BOTHERED BY CONSCIENCE Vera
title upon .
David Patrick a 40- Supreme Court. It authorizes
year old cab driver and told him in; with his grandparents in Ta- Thompson as she became their the school superintends
to leave t rwn.) nlami Canal on the Trail about VA. eighth queen to reign In the 27th to asskm pupils, considering sucfe-
Youell said another patrolmantook 22 miles west of Miami at 1230: Orange Blossom Classic. Howevershe matters as classroom availability,
) him to Fen Lauderdale, paid p.m. Sunday when he was struck SEEK SCHOOL was unable to participate transportation, proximity to* 1
nim off and put him on a bus for by a car.PolJce She also received congratulatoryhonors schools, psychological I factors
hi* home in Montezuma.' Ga. lAt- FOR NEGROESRICHMOND for having accumulatedmore and effect of rice-mixing.
said the child's
grandfather -
er; according to security detectives funds than any of the previous
the other patrolman droveto was playfully teasing the
Georgia in a car said to b, boy because he refused to pick up Va. A private I contestants. ,
owned by Yates, and paid Pat. the fishing worms. Then' the organization was chartered by She is the daughter of Mrs ;.
ride raln. child ran towards his grandmother white citizens Tuesday to provide Marion Cooper and is noted for DAISY BATESSHAKE .
Patrick, a six-foot-four, 230 across the road. schooling for Negro children in her religious and civic (work.
pouf der, Is key witness in a case The driver, Clifton Eugene Prince Edward County. HANDS ..\
against Yates. Four months ago :Garrett, of 310 NW 60th it, Hialeah All public schools in that rural !Her attire was of white with I ? .*'
he was attacked by five men win .I was traveling east about 55 area have been closed by royal buejfashioaed! and tailored Little Rock,- Sane! of the anjmoslty -
tried to lam a car door on his miles an; hour, well -within the county officials this year rather by Maltese King !well known of the past was craaed, this ,
hand, (police reported. He was speed limit.He than submit to court ordered ins designer and sesmtress and James week when Gov. Orval Tautest of
treated at Jackson Hospital for tegratka. Silva, noted tailor of MlamL Mr*. Arkansas was paid a social call
multiple face cats and a bruisedwrist. saw th4 boy and jammed Thompson plans to retain her by Mrs. Daisy Bates, leader of
the brakes. Trooper W. H. Hil- The organization: chartered by title. the school integration fight '
Yates was arrested with three t-n said! he kidded 92 (feet before the state corporation commission LlttW' Rode. ; JTMr ,
Negroes In Julr. A detective ,eifd' hitting the child. Is Southside Schools, Inc., a *. Date visited the gteno !.'
that at that tim two mn >vfcnfe non-stcck non-profit organization. private segregated schools. Until 's office to present William
M to rteajlns 28 new $2'15 "t Tuesday's action, there had beenno Richardson, a federal information
air conditioners from a refrigerator working with the police In the I White children in the county, prevision made for educating officer: from Trinidad. Mr*. Bata
ec noany, and ncr fo'',r case. He said Yates bought thorn I about 60 miles southwest of the approximately 1,700 Negro Is conducting the British Wee' !

of tbcnuto.C&&tTO. : .who ....
l children. -In..,.the county IncH6 I. on a. tour of LWlan ..........

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is December. The Spirit of Christmas is In the "lair .

Bundle laden shoppers hurry home. There are trees to Howard Pinder, white kingpin Wounds 3. .; j
be dinners t' number operator whose bolita em-
be decorated, wreaths to hung, planned, I
pire is estimated to gross 1% .
and parties to attend.
million dollars Internal
a year steeped
David Fullmore, 33,
is essential to the Revenue officials, pleaded guiltyto
And yet there is a stillness. It deep deep in booze went on a rampage
significance of this time. The Christmas Hymns remindus a charge pi conspiring to vio- and ether evidence. through the streets of Tam-
late the Federal Gambling Tax
that "the world in solemn stillness lay to hear the an. Stamp Act on Monday in a Miami Eight others caught in the raid pa 'with a gun last Thursday

gels sing," a memory of the calmness and brilliance of that Federal Court. were Assistant freed of U.charges S. Attorney on motionof LloydG. night wounded and three killed others one person'before and be i

silent night, holy night.In Two (carriers Fredi! H. Clarke Bates Jr.December. was shot to death. '
the homes where Christmas is celebrated, after and Susie Barnhill, along withPinder's I
28, 10( a.m. is the Pc lice said Fullmore shot indiscriminately I
the rush of preparation, calm takes the place of excitement son, Howard Jr., also time set by visiting Judge William at anyone who '
We look into the pages of memory and think of .pleaded iguilty. C. Mathes for sentencingthe crossed his path and probably
past Christmases and meditate upon the real meaning of The case was the oincome of a two Pinders and Clark) and know none of thorn. He was kill.
the day. quiet raid by Internal Revenue Barnhill. ed by one of his wounded victims I
agents made on a
Let there be music and rejoicing at Christmas, let cottage owned by Finder's cousin Pinder's offense, a felony, calls Frank Pardo, 38, white, was
Ida Finder NW 32nd ave. for a maximum (penalty of killed as he walked down a street
there be the fun of sharing gifts and happiness, but ''also on I outside tavern. The three
let us ,pause for the giving of thanks and peace and good- where they seized more than $10,000 fine and five years in wounded were Negroes.
$23,000 in cash, several cars, three
prison. The others, charged with
will towards all
men. adding machines, lottery tickets

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JUST BROWSIN'PAUL ; basdb: l lt: .Cincinnati' traded
second baseman .Johnny Templeto
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r -- l' Billy Martin and first baseman
--- - ,- Gordon Coleman., Also sold outfielder

-- -- -. -- -- -- -- \tThe Dade County School Board Charlotte Ford, ..principal. Johnny Powers to the Orioles -
wanW-a Nero Juniofc-): College in The children sang Christmas
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Office at 1112 NW Third Ave.:; Miami, Florida-Phone FR 8-2238 Dade County To this end they Carols and enjoyed Santa, gilts, The San Francisco Giants
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX ..0421H. have asked five Negroes to serve etc.' The school is at 4th ave. and traded Infielder Daryl Spencerand
in an advisory ce...acity. Named 12th St.. quite near to the furniture outfielder Leon Wagner to
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor are. Or I, P. Davis,,Arthur Mays com;any. the St. Louis Cardinals for second
Garth C. Reeve. Managing Editor and Business Manager Marshall Williamson, L. E. : baseman Don ingarne.
Thomas and Neal Adams. Two ''Howard Finder Sr., and How
Member of the Associated Nt'1tJ'OJ"t"8A of these men have nct as yet ard Jr., well known bolita operators Pittsburgh Pirates has sold
consented to serve. Put .a ? -to pleaded ,guilty to gambling! Hank Foiles to. the Kansas City
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association another. tax conspiracy on Tuesday. Athletics. - others en lesser charges
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS The Rev. Theodore Gibson, were dismissed. District Judge K...... t C tK I QK+t CKKKtt
president of the NAACP, has already Mathes postponed sen
"The Times Are Changed .*m1 We Are Changed With Them" registered objection to this tencing William.the Pinders to Dec. 28. Season's Greetings to our

Entered as N>('on,1 Tin** :\Intt'f. Aiiinnf O, 1027, at the Post Office move caldng it a new pattern of friends
nr Ml;mil. I...orldft. under the act of March 8, 1876 segregation. Gibson/ said he could The Carver branch of the good
not understand the talk of rvc YMCA picked!' up $2,022 at the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: segregation in 'public schools and ). ange Blo s!cm: Classic'. which
ONE YEAR $4.90 SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.70 the action to establish yet an- was mighty good considering it
other segregated school pattern. was not well advertised. This I
"CREDO OF TUB NEGRO PRESS" amount 'will certainly help the
'IMK NEGRO PIIK8S believe thAt America can best lead the world Eastern Airlines employees for 'try it
from racial and national antagonisms when It acconls to every man the 10th year won the statewide I ., ,
regardless of race color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating giving title ''from .the United Funds) The City has( cleaning up .ta. .'
no man fentin no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man They contributed $124,140. The most oi the streets in liberty City ; .
in the firm belief that 'all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held mney was given to Fund offi- This will j at least help the appearance '
btu-k. c'als.' last Wednesday. : durinj Christmastide. < 60"
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The Golden Age Club had its Robinson "!: r.. \ rdI ...
SPORTW1SE: Sugar Ray .; '
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKWE annual Christmas tree and pro- boxed less than two rounds 1 r, i'ti,..!'... .. '' 'J.. 4
Wednesday afternoon' It ,1. "" .'f.r
gram on with Bob Young in a non-title
WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMASThe .A awell attended' and enjoyed bout at Biston on Tuesday night ....\)
I o all present. .sending Bob to the floor five
Christmas Gospel gives joyous meaning to the times ,when the referee stoppedthe '-jo
The Census Bureau Monday
10-round bout. It took placein
sacred season. God, our Father, reveals Himself in the ; reported the population cf the Boston.
birth: of His own Son. The coming of the Christ Child United States as of Nov. 1, to be
brings the fulfillment of all hope. 178,780,000 an !increase of 3,655- Sugar must have been disap-
OCO over 1958 pointed as he was tuning up for i
In Him we have the peace of forgiveness, the strengthof the defense of his two, titles- on
courage, and the vision of eternity. Congratulations to Bethune- Jan. 22 with Challenger Paul!
Ocokman College 'and Dr Richard Pen er.
May His Spirit abide with our readers and friends Moore for having received
during Christmas and also throughout the coming! year. |the substantial: gift. oi $600,000 In, Camden, N.J. on Wednesday ,I
from the estate of Harrison night Ace Armstrong Won HOUSE OF
And it came to pass in those days, that there went outa I Rhodes. over Chicago's middleweightRay I II
decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should Ellis The bout was 'seen on I BEAUTY I
be taxed. ,Friday ,afternoon the Atlantic channel 10 6971 N.W. 18th Ave. !
Furniture. Co was host' to 1,700 Next Wednesday there will be I
2 (And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was I Mrs Bertha M. .
children and 82 teachers from the | a big one at Miami Beach when Brooks Prop.precUtire
governor of Syria.) Douglas Primary School, Mrs. I Prrmoter Chris Dundee presentsA
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3 And all went to be taxed,. every one into his. own ___. "_00-_ ..__

city. Federal Grand Jury on Tuesdlav indicted two of. nU "' ccc e

4 And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the ficers and 12 guards at Raiford State Prison for. abusing
city of Nazareth, into Judea, unto the oCit'y of David, whichis prisoners The jury examined 60 convicts and found that: ., rem

called Bethlehem; (because he was,of the house and prisoners civil rights were violated. Some of them were
lineage of David :) chained to cell bars naked and starved for 1-10 days.

5 To be taxed with Mary his espoused wife, being Governor Collins and his cabinet did not make
great with child. known such treatment when they investigated, altho

6 And so it was, that, while they were there, the some improvements at Raiford wer reported. .' ,p
days were accomplished that she should be delivered.
7 And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrap- Not loner ago a New York Cify Judge wrote to the
New York Times saying that in the 17 years he had ,beenon
ped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger; ,
because there was no room for them in the i inn. the bench not one Chinese teen-ager had been brought With. 1m ail' .
before him on a juvenile delinquent charge.P. .
8 And there were in the same country shepherds thunL for
abiding in the field keeping wtetch over their flock by H. Chang, Chinese Consul-General Kew York, '
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favors" we ;
night. was asked to comment. He said, "I ,have heard this story part .
many time from many judges. I will tell you why I think sutr sincere \,ii lic. to. .:. ;,. -.
9 And, lo, the angel of the Lord ,came upon them, and this is so. Filial piety is a cardinal virtue my people have and *. "
the glory of the Lord shone round about them :' and they-. brought over from the China that was free. A Chinese you your

were sore afraid. child, no matter where he lives, is brought up,to recopnirthlat Fary Bell .1avne'and
10 And the angel said unto them, Fear not; for, behold he cannot shame his parents. Before a Chinese child .
I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be makes a move, he stops to think what the reaction of his Lula F. K'?kland

to all people. parents will be. Will they be proud, or will they be 1720 N.W. 70th St. .

11 For unto you is born this day in the city of ,Davida ashiamed? Above all other things, the Chinese teen-ager THE PALACE
Saviour' which is Christ the Lord. is anxious to please his parents." .
12 And this shall be a sign unto you ; Ye shall find The amazing record of the Chinese children and "_ >us> sw>Imxastis+>ax> .

the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger young people shows that it i is in the home that the cure
13 And suddenly there was with the angel a ''multi- for juvenile delinquency will be found-and in no other Register to Vote!

tude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, place. Your Vote is Needed
14 Glory to God .in the highest, and on earth peace, ,
goodwill toward men.-St. Luke 2:114.Metro's .

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Commissioner Edwin Lee Mason whose term '
expires on January 1, 1960, resigned on Dec. 8 to. accept Per Insertion Per Line"'--+ Figure 5 Are rage Words to The Line
appointment 'on the State Railroad and Public Utilities No. of Lines 1 11me' 2 Times

Commission. The remaining ten members, not knowing 3 .111..11.11.1.. . ..1./1..i. ...... $1.00.- .....................,............ $2.00
whether to fill the position or not, referred the matter to 4 ..1111.,11..1..1........'"........ $1.40111111H.IH; ... $2.80
Governor Collins who asked the Supreme Court whetherhe 5 ............................. j.............. $1.75 ....... .tI!.... .....................,. $3.50
could fill the position or not. He found out that although < '

he could fill the vacancies in the other 36 'coun- CLASSIFICATION ..11,1...... ................ (THREE LINE MINIMUM. .) .
(For Rent For Salt, Wanted, Eta) ....
it is Metro
ties, he could not do so in Dade, since
'The commissioners could fill the position, or call a special
election for that purpose. The commission has wisely decided '; .. .

to appoint the 11th member of the board.

The appointment will be made at the next meeting. '. .. .

One of our recently elected City .Commissioners, ,- r. -._r' '. ,.,..' .:.
Joseph DnMont1nt:8: City Manager Ira Willard to .
designate areas for urban renewal and to include parts of .. ,

Miami's .business are, using Federal urban renewal funds. Name ........"... .................t..,.Y..;.a.;:*.;....... .....1..11, ;:..'...,1... Phone .... ,......;. ..........
Willard believes Miami should turn over its blue- "

prints to :Metro Address .....1..1..1.1..1.,. ...1............................. ". .,1.11.. Q.rorr.r :
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It6 good news that the Housing Authority has the :! : T"Hl E MIAMI 'TIMES
site for a housing project for our Senior Citizens The site

is on a five-acre tract at '63rd and 64th streets between 6740 N.W,15th Aye.

24th and 25th avenues. Appraisals 'And surveys will bemade I Miami 47, Florida. .

;.11t e project lisa-expected- to cp1st700,000. .'_ 'r.iPAGE -'" .. '. _,..... .

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thy and Michael ..Kines; MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper11 :'
cnanes D. Aranha. I .
DECEMBER 19 1959 PAGE 5'
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truly Merry! My wish Is that '

r happy season will find you b'lt! i ;,
p ed by the love and WINS I with as fast as I could."
,c (Meanwhile in Boston Matchmaker -
sh'ip and actual (presence' off t
your dear ones. May it be a L04GrM Sam Superman is attempting >
ur.gat .Ohristmas for you and II! to secure a,,'middleweighrilUeftght1 '
and ycu everywhere! ', 'between NBA World
uI've1ioi'f tot of. Champion Gene* Fullmer and the i
FRANCINE MOO LEY,. Doc's pianist with Erskine Hawkins "Uncle Bill" To :: do to get back" Sugar winner of the Sugar Ray Robin- *.
Bar barmaid, had, 'a little girt lied this week (he wrote "After said, Hbiit I'll be son-Paul. Pender bout.
uorn 1asL 4week. So did the Moses aours." Santa Claus to Kids for the title ,fight." I (Silverman said this week ha
*.i.tmdiu (Lucille) their filth who ha,*' held o ri1e offered Fuillmer's manager Marv
gin in a row . .&nid Turner is A CURSORY ex.mft. ilon William A. Hepburn, another of the world Jensen, $100,000 plus 25 percent -
tw"/..... in ;Jackson' Memorial juUof-town visitors of known/ as "Uncle Bill"" championship five of the live gate, for a title fightin
. Tne Samuel Paynes (who .evea eu that fans to came the Classic from h.s best .wishes fr a happy : just finished ,his first Boston in March.StyleO.Rama.
have a new son) are finishing otac. such distant points Detroit day .season to all of his m 10 months '-" a, second
.! faibUiOus ranch hcme. on a Mends and customers.A knocfccut of at
.Wash '
Chicago, High Wc4'
Pointt '
had well knaTi business Young.I 1 I ,.
acre of land at 20th ave. and
D.C. Rkhmotid Va.
ington, ,
77th st.EDITH. Nashville fraternal man in the Miami Young off hS{ feet-,on
; Atlanta, Montgomery for: a number of years, Mr. asiens in the 1 second Holmes TonightThe
PhiiadeX.hia, Pittsburgh. ,. Columbia burn has ,played Santa Claus night but was far
GLASS It In town S. C., Menvhis, Houston, manv kids of this area for with his first per- HoLmes Elementary iPTTA
cuddling a baby boy . Jknmie Dallas, New Orleans;Newark; ,: years. He has passed out since he regained the will present a Holiday Style-O-
lovers, who never misses a Clas- and Louisville. Chartered' buses dreds pounds\ / o f candies, from Carmen Baailio Rsma in the school auditorium tonight
sic down ,from came from Savannah, Ga. and : at eight o'clock.
was Washington, ies and other niceties to scores 1958.
ju c.: for the, 'big weekend . Leesbun, Fla. In addition 'practically I little boys and girls, who sed a lot, ,but I guess (Blanche Galloway WFEC disc
z\::'ost people 'whosaw' the game every city, hamlet and vil- his annual gifts. makes a differ- Jockey and commentator twill
think; ,that Clarence Childs is a sage in Florida and southern' This year's Christmas said. emcee the program which will
./", reaL halfback, but Child's team- Jeoigia' A as represented., .I which Uncle Bill will to go four or five feature the latest fashions, dis-
male, center Curtis Mirando made I will! ,be held on the Saturday give the people a .good played by students, parents and. ,
the Associated Press Little All- JOHN E. CANNON, a visitor ter Christmas Day at 4 p.m. old champion said. teachers
America second team . Bill (from Ashville, N.C., was here for his popular Bill's hurt me in the first Bit event on the program is'a1'
A..en is hone (from the hospital his second Classic. His stay at the Store, 2196 NW oth ave. he hit me )in the face $25 door prilbe being awarded to ,
alter his recent operation. jneuaua ,was enjoyou. Eddie I children are invited. changed my attitude the lucky patron Mrs C. Wright ,
Pearson popular photcman in the I I had to get it over is chairman of the affair. '

.ocal nice spots maae sure' that his ... .
Special Tutoring atJackson's - - - .
OR. ANDMRS.. E. A. Ward social happenings !were plentiful ., .. .
ruvc ;molout of their down- . Vacationing in Miami l, were ----- - .
XL. ?.. h..m: alter +many years for the William Hubbell's and, the Toddle ./," .
a new home- in the Edison Cen* Edward Taylors of New York Every SaturdayNE i ,4 ,
... area . Mercedes Toss and qily. They motored to Key West ;
i.-iciu rrancis (His oversea,.draft i ruebday, enjoyed the island}( city 4-4308 j.:; ,
L .ay ed. for) altar date is Dec ,and departed for New_ York on ,
N.. udwel taI Ust. Rlchmaikl J ,;Thursday. r""J, Ka re e t c e+stie ere ..c.guaY' { Auce Keynolds"Is .. .
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..wuo..", m uvuauni Valley .Host M .' .. ... ..'J JI
,..Mu ,(hurting school) in Dayton; DOC BROOKS tha-Mravellna I I'V.
ono p s Among tIle nicely deco-. horseman, returned to these parts humts Into Christinas will ''recently where he has made a
juie" waton 23rd til of 1ri:n..&.. Brooks turned '
: : t'in.eys on
JOAn an dyer to go out ,California fit ,
vt, u wxh anu at course
....' oi 7th at 12th wY. : way with the WheatKy. Stable
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)o come to Florida with:tye Odom
,r. OMlcr wny some organliaa :clan. Doc >
has handled of
.... ....era: i sponsor a Christmas\ I vhe ciiojdts1 some '*
....oiuu.u contest every year with : nis over 25 years great, We steed,: are durin cer- CHRISTMASGREETiriGS :1' .'i T.plVu T.
l I..AV.>>: u sure would Spur our I lny! glad to number Dec Brooks : : "{
!.,.'*. on 10 making this a more
itnong our but 'to help
'uw.-uu.iui community. at Yuletide. I
me if the Stud come
.cress with a hot one this season, : ':It
oAMMY DAVIS JR. won't bt I '11 'swipe him off my list! At this glad tune. UP + ,,' j ''I
hire his ex-wife, Lo-
out pretty
wish ,.'\41\
want to all .
r-j, o>tj ns unite. at the 79th St. our ,/

tubiiy", *"'Wdfs goud jazz Dci nbeat.singer too She's. a. I, Margaret DECEMBER Ben ton BIRTHDAYS, Arnica C. :McKinney 13-, customers a realh (i mo.

will be Barbara Rollins; 15, Sara
.1. idoluous Treniers
New Year.
I Vailver, Ruby. King Robert \
uaCK m lown on the 28th to open
Thompson;; '16, Elisha Clark III, '
e' nice
vidruid Ka> Ccpa City 'f
spot . Harry and Leroy Smith Millie Parker, Emerald Gardner Walker'sBeauty .
I Elaine:!: Adderly; 17th Marian Allen 'I
their down for
are expecting pop Fair
wife Mamon L Martin,' Mary fi"t"E
l.le hoiidayo. And Harry's ,
,.i.anita, has been entertainingher McKahn' ; 18th, Harriette E. Hart, 6706 N.W. 15th Ave. I
'beautltul sister Tressie Toote Lorraine Sawyer; 19th, Tony A. ;
Moss, Rubin Laughlin 1 Aida Maxine Walker and "r
CiOwuer, for the past two I weeks. .
Sae red over from California Welch (Herbeline Cody, Elry Tay Johnnie Mae Walker ; I IIJ It
lor, 20th Nellie Barr 21 Myron
, Avery Parrish, one time ; ,
Dawklns, Geraldine Smith, Dcro.JUIltki3MI trKgKKKKK KKKK r'iKKKKKK,, I

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newaptper" Returns ,From, Trip un74tf
PAGE 6 __ SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1959 Mrs. Anna Smith, the mothei -
j* Mesdames Ada Flanders, f
-.--.......-..---__......... ..-.....-... ..... .........V I Eloise Johnson, Maedon (Bullard LI8eITY"eA"
md Benjamin, (Hubert, Phil- ,
orooks Pembrocks, Smith, has ."""$ .... ,-"", .t
In Around The BahamasBy returned to the city after an extended -
I trip in New York City. I OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
''While in New York she resid-

____----__-_--__-.uUUunu_- .. .._-_A.- .H.NN McKENZIE N-N N-N_.N M\-N N W...N----_ in-law ed with Pern/brooks her/ son and and daughter-Margie

mother, Mrs. Laura Wilcks, 'twiho ? FRIDAY SATURDAY
The Immigration Departmenthas January criminal session of the is retxxted. to !be in fair condition -
repcrted that up/ to the closeof Supreme Court.BLONDE. 4 '

November 224,885 tourists Upon Mrs. Smith's arrival, she 1 ...ITS WHAT GOES ON WHEN THE LIGHTS GO O/vF/
visited the Bahamas. This is an .
PLEADS received a warm welcome, and N
all-time record for any 'year. ThE gala surprise, (planned by Mr. i I.
number for November alone was NOT GUILTY and (Mrs. Philbrootos' Smith, Mr. ,
16,380. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson, and
Mr. and Mrs. John Bullard.
Mrs. Catherine Tressler pleaded j
The Ranfurly Homes Car net guilty to first degree murder -
raffle netted more tan $9,670 besides charge Thursday and Circut !
: the (proceeds' from the box- Judge William A. Herln set her where Mrs. Hastings boarded an-
ing contest. (Mrs. Kenneth Rod-I trial for ,Fob 1, .2 and 3. The other plane on Friday for her return .-
gers conducted the drive which I white "bollta, queen"; was indicted trip to Los Angeles.
was one ofthe most successful ,for shooting Norman King, a
affairs of its kind for the year. Negro. She is held in county jail -'
pending: a hearing of her appeal For, Rent '
The now Prince George Wharf to District Court cif Appeal for X 1UNY RANDAllB 1HBMA mntR I .
extension and transit shed was bail bond on Jan. :19. Vacant Store

lency formally the cipened Governor by on His Dec.Excel-7 Personal Mention 1486 N.W. 71st Street -P USSUNDAY -

This addition was constructed: by I
Sir Robert McAlpine (Bahamas) Mrs. :Mildred Hastings of Los I Excellent location for doctoror I
Ltd., at a cost of $873,600. Angeles, Cal., flew to Miami last dentist barber shop I
Thursday in order to be at the or .
bedside of, her 'brother, Alvoid sundry store. Low rent. I Nr ttomxssMITCMIIM
Joseph Andrews was convictedin Merritt of 1718 NW 8th court in
the Magistrate's Court on Ft. ,Lauderdale. Mr. Merritt was Phone OX 1-3626 I JUUB
December 9 for stealing two ,bicycles injured seriously in an automo-
and !for unlawful possession bile accident, about two \weeks _
of bicycle parts. !He was sent ago in BroNard County: and is v "= fAIR -:'
to prison for 16 mcnths six now convalescing nicely at Provi- CONDITIONED
months for each cycle, and four I dent Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale. oJl DI RIl" lil ,
months for the parts. In the accident Mr. Merrit's face BUNCHE I
was badly cut. However, thanksto
the efficient service cf Dr. Von tHkATRE OPA LOG\A r
Statistics show that building
D. Mizell and members of the TECHNICOLORe
permits in Nassau for ten monthscf SUN. THRU THURS. '
staff at Provident Hospital, Mr.Merritt's I
this year soared to $1>1,816472.80 ,- '
face has been restored "GO l'
The increase over lastyear's
: to normal. Freed Chuck Berry I''
building figure was more
than a half million dollars. I Mrs. Callie Wallace of 1931 NW I I'PILLOW
6th court, an aunt of Mrs. Has- FROM MONDAY TUESDAY
Dona Willams, charged with the tinis and Mr. Merritt, also visit- GUN HILL" -
alleged murder of her brother, ed at the !bedside cf Mr. Merritt. .
Christopher on Nov. 22, was com- I Mrs. Wallace also accompaniedMrs. Kirk Douglas A. Quinn
mitted on Dec 9 tfcr trial In theN Hastings back to Miami, v It"" _..... TALK'PLUS


To Our Customers and Friends Air Conditioned

We Wish You a Very Merry Xmas And a CAPITOLTHEATRE -

Prosperous New Year

Dec. 20. 21 22

6851.53 N.W. 15th Avenue OX 1.9773 Clark Gable In Return Holiday Attraction

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Louise Carrie Martha "Stalag 17" Richard Burton, Jean Simmons, Victor Mature

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melt away your heart be _..ltiiyiff- ,
full of and |joy your l "." f}
spirit full peace of contentment T IIIGTJIfIIRMAW ' .' A i

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CHRISTMAS ,DAY Enjoy all the season's top pictures in the
For unlimited engagement
clean comfort of your car at your favorite -
Adults $1.25 Children 60 cents

Fresh Meat-Low Prices Feature Continuous starts Showing at 2 p.m. i theatre-Lib-City Drive-in.

5:30 p.m. and 9 p.m.

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KILLER OF TEEN- THE MIAMI TIMES"?'he Peopi..,,' Newspaper11 ..



GETS 20 YEARS fljj iI iIr 1
Virginia H. 'Henderson, 23,
6000 SW 66th Terr., South Miami I
who fatally shot 14yearoldMolly
Ernestine (Baxter last Aug.
13, was sentenced to CO years in
priscn Monday 'by Circuit Judge ,
John Kehoe. She pleaded guilty
to second decree murder }ust as I
a jury to'as about to start her
first degree murder trial. The girl I, I
was Wiled In front of her apartment I
6701 SW ,Gist ave., duringan !
argument sparked !toy Jealousyover tItdstMasBrownsville I II II I
JI a male friend. r
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Drug j jB

Mrs. Robert Days (center) local beautician, was recently TO SELL 1

chosen "Mrs. Nice" by the :Murray Tiger Insecticide
I The Miami: Times 4634 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 4-7233 }
Co. Shown on the left is Mrs Doris Curtiss and on
the right, Mrs. Frank! Legree. Apply 3128 NW 45th St. .AAf 7 i f f Af f fa a7 1Of AIaIv I I-f.f.-> .folof>tA1a>1liAI 1

I Honored on Birthday I Civic Club Brings S .
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Santa to Opa Locka : t I / i
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1A Well, Santa's time Is almost -
here and thanks to the Opa /e
Locka Civic Club, he will be \ fl
visiting with all the boys and I / > .. *-
girls in Ofa Lcka. Santa'a first II
stop will be at Rainbow Park t-
Elementary School, Dec. 17 when
the school presents its annual
Christmas program. Santa Claus
will also appear at various business .S !
establishments : in the Mag- .
nolia Gardens and Bunche Park .
:' areas. Gifts and goodies will be r ( :
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distributed on each occasion. I ; ;
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'.'( : Each year the club\ sets aside
a special fund to help the less S
fortunate people in the area. This
,.. : 'I year the club has appropriated 1 I IS
: $350 for the purchase of toys, ) HI
i groceries, clothing and other necessary -, S VI IVi, fl Ii IIIiIUUN I : y yJ
.J.'r: items to help people havea
:4r": Kn merrier Christmas Old toys
---- that can be repaired arc now being I.
The \Robert Lambkin ---I collected by the members. I
1542 NW 67th st., all
sisters, brothers, sistersinlawand ( i Li i

brothers-in-law gave a surprise Don't Fret Fight! $E...
,I birthday party for their
oldest sister, Mrs. Odessa Jamesat Joie The NAACP
the Lampkin residence SUn- + f I II ;
day, \.Dec. 13. tKKrkKKK KKr tKKKKKKKKKKr I

Mrs. Molessa Council took Mrs I I '
James to the Willing Workers : P '
Club of Mt. Tabor Baptist rUn ... .
Church, after the meeting they '
stopped by the family home and
there were scores of !friends waiting -
to sins Happy Birthday and : .
wish her many returns of the 't 1'..
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day.A. 'S ':
very delicious dinner wafc
served: Turkey, chicken and ham II III ''I t \ j
with the necessary trimmings !
After dinner everyone enjoyed the night beforeChtutmat S 'it
cake and other deserts. : ,
Mrs. James received many I li ie9Anc
lovely iglfta (from her church IP t'r, laying to you , 555 '
members, the Wiling Workers Merry Christmas To All- '. ; ,..,
Club and Sunshine Community .
Federated Club which she is a Nappy New Year, tool \ ti "1 i \,
member. I ,1 I. f,j + \
Sunset Barber Shop 'r ;
Mrs. James has always headed '1\, \
parties and surprises ifcr the 6915 N.W. 15th Ave. '
membens\ of her tamlly, but this IF YOU WISH THEM THE 'BEST- ,.
Barbers serving are
was the first time she had the I you ,
pleasure wants to of take enjoying this method one. She of Andrew Edward McPheeWe andGten WHY NOT QIVE IT ? ;t

thanking her family and ..friendsfor ,4
such a pleasant suryrise.rM I "


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G ; G to give the best when your choice is the ': :'

Whisky of Elegance in the Decanter of '' :t
with our many "

peace and merriment at Elegance. I ,
this Joyous holiday season, Graceful in its flared beauty, this smart p

with a happy New Year Decanter-gift-wrapped in rich foil-con S '

to come. tains a full fifth of incomparable Schcnley I' hesiry t .

THE STAFF OF . all at no extra cost. Just remove the " "'

cellophane sleeve and it's ready to give.
PRINTERY Regular quarts, pints and half-pints are

gift-wrapped in the same beautiful toil ;
JOHN H. DAVIS, Prop. 230 N.W. 14th St.
Phone FR 9-4922 :'.i" |ckMl y tlitlflm to!:L V.CL IIENOCO WHISKY OF KfiMCC M rnM* Gnu Iwtral Spirit*
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The Concert Choir of Northwestern Senior High

School will appear in concert at Mt. Zion Baptist Church THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper" 5
-corner 9th at. and 3rd ave., this Sunday, Dec. 20, 7:30: CNt t

The Concert Choir, which is under the direction of I Find ,
Arthur L. Evans will May Your Hearts Be
, render Handel's Messiah., The soloists I
Master Singers To Saints of Christ, from Norfolk, and Cheer I
will be Harotean+ Storr, soprano, Lenora Smith, con Val, Rev. Dean will lecture on With Happiness

tralto, Jerome Miller, tenor, and Dr. Carl Yaeger, Jr., Present Concert 'The Importance of a Community M& eLMay
bass. Mrs. Berthenia White will be at the console. Tho I I'NJ' Center." He is one of the hard- Gr..tngt! to you one I b. mtrry, I
public is cordially invited to attend. est workers of the community, especially your holiday Mason filled with wucfcHtppton.
; for boys and girls the coming year
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PrincipalHonored standing persons who have excelled : ,;
in the field of educationin ,, CORE Needs You MARY ELIZABETHHOTEL
the United States and Canada. :: ::" '"" '
In Who's Who .. .
Oiir honoree certainly deservesthe 'i ;: ;.. Join today and be
honor because of her out- i ."i', I 642 N.W. 2nd Avenue
standing record in the field of i Phone FR 48105IIII'I1C'IICICICIC'CICI4CC..II'C'
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Beta Tau Zeta, Zeta Phi Beta, ,;, .: Those T '
Greater Bethel AME Church, .
Principals' Council, National i ;){ S6f
Principals' Council, Florida State ; who :Yr .
Teachers' Association, and Elementary -
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Mrs. Fortson is well respectedin 1 live instyle.
her (profession for her achieve- i
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/il Ia Al fi>t.NaJt! Rev. Z. V. DEAN, Speaker ,

Help fight TB The Miami Master Singers will 'I". IL
render a benefit 'program MondayDec. fir.
f,;. Use Christmas Seals 21 at the Brownsville Community "J \ ,'
.\ Center, 2741 N.W. 4&th Bt. :' ,1' ,
I. Admission is tree Rev. Z, V.Dean 'f'
.\ .proprietor of Dean'a Laun- I(
M dry and Cleaning, 4701 NW
Mns. Rosa Leo Fortson beloved .. 27th ave., will be the main speaker. -
and dynamic principal of the .
Rainbow Park Elementary School
of Qpa Locka had another honor Evangelist cf the Southern District -
added to a growing list recently ....... .JI. of the Church of God andKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK
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thanks for May we extend our peronal greetings and best ""

extendour wishes to you and yours for a very Merry Christmasand If you haw a taste for rMlit i
past favors, we a highly prosperous 1960. the finer ,things, always ask for UVNN" JJ I IOcnfoat 8

sincere wishes to Winnie, Ricky Clarinda,. Rinaldo,. Clarence authtntk London Dry Gin. -.
and yours.Jackson's So smooth and y
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FR 1.1850 Conditioned and Heated .:Thanr'ono OL'rlibr GORDONS .
Mr..and Mrs. VyiJIlo Jackson',, N.W. 27th
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1 H. C. Samuels. pasto 514 NW 23rd Street

Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter Rev. I. Clayton, pastor
School... ...... 9:30: Sister Sadie Ellis, reporter
Sunday Morning service ...11.11..1................... 11:00 Sunday School...................... 93:0
.................. 11:30
BTU ... .... ......... 8:30: Morning service :
Evening.111111.11..1.1.worship -...11.111.1................... 7:30: BTU ............................................ 5:30:
Evening service ........................ 7:80

OucrcfiI BAHA'l ASSEMBLYMrs. are welcome.
Frances Baumgartner, FIRST UNITARIAN

me secretary of the Dade Chapter, "Tintinnabulation" will,be the
and Growers'
Florida Nurserymen sermon topic of the Rev. RobertW.
will discuss
Association! minister oif the First
Investigation of Sonen- ,
Independent Unitarian Church. Dec. 20, 11
The ruth" at ,the Baha'i Center,
- NEW BETHEL BAPTIST 137 NW 11th ave., 7 pjn. SUn- .

I 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace day, Dec. 20. Everyone is cordially I The entire congregation has
THE MIAMI ES-"The Peoples' Newlpaper"PAGE invited to particpate in
I Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor I been invited to attend the Child-

10 SATURDAY DECEMBER 19, 1959 Sunday School....................... 9:30: this discussion. I ren's Candlelight Service, led by
Morning worship ............*.. 11:00 I the Junior High Class at the
BTU ..1.1,11.111111,11.,11111111,11111..1.11.... 5:30: TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. church: at 6 ..m., and to stay for

worship .. .. 7:00I. : the party following.
Evening .N./.1N. L. A. Thompson, pastor
MT. AARON BAPTIST NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. B. Brown, reporter Sunday School........... .1.1111. 9:30 The Junior and Senior Liberal:

6410 N.W. 15th Avenue James E. Brown, pastor Morning worship ................... 11:00: Religious Youth group will have
Rev. C W. Scott, pastor Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporter ST. LUKE BAPTISTMrs. BTU 1.11..III..111.1./.1..1..11111 5:80 their Christmas Party that even-
Dea. Earl Golden clerk Morning Worship .;.-........... 11:00: I Evening worship .................... 7:00: ing at 7:30 at the (parsonage' located -

Sunday School ..._........... 9:30: Evening Worship .......-........... 7:00 Bunesba Green, reporterRev. out the spirit at 5113 Riviera Drive,
Morning Worship ................ 11:00 B. T. U..1./.............................. 5:30: P. W. Williams, pastor Services bringing Coral Gables. Their parents have
BTU ......_............................... 5:00 Sunday School ........................ 9130 of Christmas will be held Sun- also been invited for a separate
worship .............. 11:00 day. The messages and the sing-
Evening Worship .... ......._... 7:00 BAPTIST
Prayer meeting Tuesday .... 8:00 MT.. SINAi BYPU .....?.............................. 5:30 ing will blend in telling the old party at the parsonage.On .
D. B.. reporter Evening worship ................... 7:00Matthew story that is ever new. Tuesday, Dec. 22, 8 pm.
Rev t>. A. rnomas, pastor Christmas Eve the young people Rev. and Mrs. Sonen have invited

GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Sunday School.................... 13:0 Temple AMEZ will present their Christmas can- all college age members' and

William F. Savoy pastor Morning worship .............;..... 11:00: tata. The directors, Mrs. V. friends to ,a party at the parson-
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Strachan, Mrs. A. Newbold, MissD. age.
14th Ave. and 69th Street The auxiliaries of the churchare ... ...... ....... 93:0 M.
.... Sunday School... ? ? Hart and Mrs. Hepburn,
School....... .. ....... 9:30:
Sunday progressing very pleasingly, ......,.... ....... 11:0 hard with the
... Morning worship ? : have been working SALTER'S CHAPEL
Service ................. 11:00:
Morning Westminster Fellowship ...... 6:00: m attendance, finance and every of Evening worship .................... 7:00: youngsters, and an interesting Rev. H J. Benson, pastor
one seem to have the spirit program is premised. Parents and
Ruth Twiggs reporter

MT. ZION A. 'M. E. Christian FeUoSvship. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER ..their friends are invited. Sunday School..................... 9:30
The entire membership, while ------ Morning worship ............... ...11:00:
22nd Ave., Corner 152nd St the ,pastor has been absent on N.W. 4th Ave and 16th Terr. ST. PAUL A. M. E. ACE League 5:30
Phone FR 9-1424
Opa Locka account of illness, realize their Evening worship 11.1.11............. 7:00
MASSES Rev. J. D. Washington, pastor
Rev. C. J. Jenkins ,pastor their
) School..........,.......... 9:30: Cnratlan responsibility to Dally ................................. 8 aj& 19th St. and 4th Court The officers and members are
Morning Sunday: Worship .................. 11:00: church and God. Sunday...... 7 a.m. & 8:30 sun Sunday School ........................ 9:30: I thankful to have .the Rev. H. J.

League ........................................ 5:00: (The Junior Church! members, Morning worship .111.1..1.1..111...1 11:0U: Benson for another year. We feel
Evening Worship .................... 7:00: led en by Mesdames D. People, FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. ACE League ..1..1..11..1..1....... 5:30: that through his efficient leader-
C. Owens M. Doster and MissE. Evening! worship 1.11.1,111.1.111..1. 7:00 ship that our church will go on
INCARNATION Peterson gave the directress, C. J. Burney, pastor to higher heights.
THE Mrs. 1... E. Thomas< a beautiful Claudia Wilson, reporter New Testament, Nazarene
1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr. surprise ,birthday party. As the Sunday School......?........,..... 9:30: Tuesday night, Dec. 7 the clubs
S. Clark Jr. vicar directress entered, "Haippy Birthday" Morning worship 111..1..1......... 11:00: 1645 N.W. 1st Court and departments of the church
E. Beautiful cards Evening ,worship ..................... 7:00: Lawrence Reddick, pastor were organized for, the year.
Susan Butler, reporter was sung. Mazella Reddick associate

Special Christmas-tide services with lovely expressions were Sunday School.....................? 10:00 The pastor is asking the coop
of ice and ,... Bethel TempleDoris
Thursday. given. A repast cream Apostolic Morning worship ...,....11..1.. 11:00: eration of all members and
Carol Service 10:30: p.m. cake were served. With well chosen R. Akins, pastor Evangelistic Service ........ 8:00: friends to help make this a suc-
Solemn High Mass, sermon, words, the directress expressed and- J. Lafluer, assistant Wed.-Prayer and Bible .... 8:00., cessful year.
procession and blessing of the thanks to the leaders
Sis. T. Wallace reporter
Manger, 11 am.GREATER members.
58th Street
2310 N.W.
God will strengthen us if we
Sunday School .................._... 10:00:
NEW BETHELRev. will give Him a chance. Morning worship ............... 11:45: t r r

Evening worship .....1.11........... 730Mt.
W. K. Smith, pastor TRINITY C. M. E.
Mrs. R. Conley, Clerk
Morning Worship. ............... 11:00 2014 N.W. 5th CourtW. Pleasant Methodist ', fIMfP 11PJKf/Y twin* oiitf )(PCP* fn& -V.
Sunday School.... ........ 9:30B. V. Geary, minister
T. U..1..1..1.....-.11..11.11.....1.1111-....... 5:30: Church School...................... 9:30 2170 Washington Street
Worship ....... ........... 7:00 Morning worship .............. 11:0( Opa Locka t
Evening Evening worship .................... 7:0C: Sunday School............... 9:30 am -; .
Morning worship .....1...... 11 ajn -=
ST. JAMES BAPTIST Trinity has just completed her Evening!: service 7:36: -==-... -
in the new church
first quarter
N.W. 14th Street I
We are happy to report II
Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor and financiallythis I
Sunday School....................... 9:30: that spiritually
Morning Worship .......111...... 11:00B. quarter was a great success Prince H. Mobley, pastor

T. U.-............................... 5:30: Trinity has several omtstandinfi next few Sis. C. McKinney, reporter 1
for the ............... 10:00
events planned School of Wisdom LESTER C. ALBERT. Funtral Director
................... 7:30:
Evening weeks. On Saturday afternoon Evening service ...................... 8:00
Visitors are always; welcome Stewardess Board No 1 will sell Y. P. E. Band .................1.......... 6:30 6942 NW 15th AVMIU OX 1-7661

dinners at the church. Sunday Tuesday and Friday ........... 8:00:
ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E. evening at 6 pan there, will be
an old-time Christmas tree at
Rev. E. M. Blocker, pastor the church, the three choirs together : BETHANY BAPTIST

Cloe Sweeting, reporter with >the Sunday School 3078 N.W. 45th >St
:Sunday: School....................... 9:30: will present a play. There will be Rev. Keaton
Morning Worship ................ 11:0 gifts for all. Santa will be hereto Rudy pastor

A. C. E. League ...........r....... 6:00: fulfill te wishes of the ''kiddles.} Sunday Marjorie School Shelby........,...reporter............. 9:30 r
Evening Worship .................... 7:00: January 17, 196011
Remember, Morning worship ................... 11:00
All members are asked to attend BTU ...........................-............... 5:30:
GREATER BETHEL A.M.E.Rev. church Sunday for the Christmas Evening worship ................ 7:00KELLY'S
message from the pastor.
S. A. Cousin, pastor
Mrs. Jenette Faison, reporter f. MARY'S W. M. II CHAPEL
Sunday School..-.................. 9:30: S Esther McNeil reporter
Morning Worship .................... 11:00: Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor Rev. Leroy Dell, pastor

Evening Worship ................... 7:00 Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter Sunday School....................... 9:45:

Sunday School .................._... ISO Morning worsrip .................. 11:00
Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal Morning worship ................ 11:00 M. Y. F. .......-........................... 6:00
Evening worship .................. 7:30 Evening worship ................ 7:30 lM:11: ia
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2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. Sunday School was opened by ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. N.W. ITtfc AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA e PIIOft,., OX Mill OX MM
Vent John E. Culmer the superintendent, Mrs. M. Inn

priest In charge Worthy and devotional prayer 0. W. Foster, pastorA. ... ......
Culmer. OMW M*Alkali Ran**,.. .. Rant, Llcmatd EnfelnwfBMral Dtrwtor
Stanley Sweeting, reporter offered by Mrs. M. E. L. Johnson reporter

Services every Sunday Classes took their respective Sunday School ..................... 9:45 I
Morning Worhlp k.................. 9:30 places with their teachers. The Morning Service ................. 11:00
Sunday School...........*... 10:30 lesson was reviewed by Mr. W. BTU ........................................... 5:30
Sounders who had been sick for evening worship ................ 7:06:

TRINITY WESLEYANRev. a long time, but the Lord has restored It U our aim to render a conscientious service.
his health. We were hap! Zion Hope M. Baptist
Gecrge E. Johnson, pastor py to hear, his voice again. Also Reasonable in price and satisfactory in every detail
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter present was Bernard Johnson, 1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave.

Sunday School.11..1..1. 9:00 one of the outstanding young Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship ..........j.... 11:00:: men of our Sunday School. Morning Service 11:00
Young People's Meeting ........ 5:00: I BTU 8.-00
The pastor preached during the : Evening Service 7:00

Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist 11 a.m. service. His text was taken (Tuesday night)
from Exodus 2:9. One infant 8K>0
2nd Ave. Prayer Meeting
402 N.W. was baptized-( dlh
Hallandale Florida
Rev. Bonjamln Franklin pastor The 7 pan. devotion was led MARTIN MEMORIAL AME'nichm

Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter by the pastor. The service was nd Heights
Bv minjf Service 8 pjn. then turned over to Mrs. E. De-

Su1I4ay School ....................... 9:30Morning voe, president of the Pastor's Aid Rev AlbertTonev pastor
service ................... 11 Oft Club which celebrated its 13th I Mllma Harris, reporter
................. 9:30
Evening service ..?................ 7:00: anniversary. Mrs. M. E. Cutener, Sunday School ..
........... 11:00
BTU .........._............................... 6tfO: mistress .. ...... 4:30
Bain, CuJmer the president ACE League ''............... ... : h
Yvonne wish' Evening worship .................. 7:00: 1/
ST. JAMES A. M. E. officers and members
to thank all who' participated on ..rL LLQ !
Rev. H. McNeal HarrispastorMrs. the program. METROPOLITAN AME MORTICIANS
Sadie P. Dean, reporter
School .................... 9:30 Sunday at 8 pjn. our Sunday Rev. H. M. Salmon pastor
Sunday Worship ............... 11:00A. School la having its Christmas Sunday School ...................... 93:0 334 N.W. 10th Street Phone FR 1-7679

Morning. C. E. League ................... 15:30: ( play. All of the children and parents Worn, wwrahtp' .................. 11:00 Miami, Florida L. L. RICHARDSON. JR. OWNER

Evening Worship .................. 7:0 ) are asked to come out. Evening worship ......... W..... 7:00: -...;,;

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MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Rev. Pridgen New Year as he will spend the THE; MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper'1-

holidays at home in Wilmington, .
Rev. E.
M. Thomas
Phyllis Myers reporter, pastor I Returns FromConference ".C. with his family. l SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1959 PAGE 11, .

Sunday School.................."... 9:30: The pastor extends hearty
Morning Worship. ".............. 11:00: thanks to all for their courtesy.

B. T. U .......:............"............... 5:30: Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor of The members of St. Matthew'sare I
Evening Worshio' ................ 7:00: Matthew's Temple AME Zion hat py to have their pastor Housing Authority OKs
Congratulations to Miss Le- I Church recently returned from back with them for another year. I .
vonia Brown the ex-director of attending the South Florida annual Pauline Ferguson, reporter
the Junior church who is jetting conference ,which convenedin '
married on Dec. 17. We wish for Tampa, Nov. 24-29. I am happy BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST 66 Units for .
her a very happy marriage I to say it /Mess a wonderful session Aged
Sis. James Is still sick In Jack- !both spiritually and financially. 2749 N.W. 49th Street
son Hospital. We are asking that I am grateful to all the mem- Rev. E. D_ Richardscn, pastor .
you please visit her. bers for standing firmly by me, Annie Pratt, reporter Rent to be $25Last
working untiringly and helpingto Sunday School....................... 9:30: in this For further '
Morning .... ............ 11:00 building project
MT. HERMON A. M. E. make a round report to the worship : Thursday the :Miami expansion it would have to
conference. I also wish to express Evening .worship' .................... 7:30 Housing Authority approved a be authorized by the city or the
Ooa Locka my sincere thanks and appreciation $700,000 ,1 law rent project for elderly -
Sunday School....................... 9:30: : to all of my loyal CORINTH BAPTISTRev. Negroes, and started to county.
Evening. worship .................... 7:00: friends who So wonderfully helped W T. Thomas, pastor work on a plan to have private It is 'predicted that hundreds of
Rev Samuel flay pastor me in making my church pro- Phone NE 5-1518 homes .built for other dwellers In applicants: ,will \seek to live in the

Publicity Com.mitteeMorning gram a success, and Presiding Sunday School....................... 930: slum area. project. More than 330 applications
worship .. ............... 11:00 '
Bishop the Rt. Rev. Herbert are on file for the white
Morning worship ................. 11:00 The senior citizens twill
On Sunday, Dec. 20, during Bell Shaw, D.D., We thank the Evening worship .................... 7:30 be located somewhere project west of project 'for elderly people.
Lord for such,: a powerful and spi- \
the and and successful
morning evening servicesour
'ritual leader. pastor Liberty City and /twill have 66 efficiencies The Authority decided on
choirs will render Christmas Come and hear a gospel preacher
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and one-bedroom units. Thursday to press the FHA to
Carols under the direction of ------------ ----
It will be similar to a white pro- declare Miami a high cost area
Mrs. Mildred Brown. The Rev. HOLY REDEEMERMass and raise from ,
ject planned for All attah. $9,000 to $12,000the
S. A. Allen wit hold hLs first
conference 7 and 10 (Sundays) The average rent will be $25, amount cf! coverage on homes
quarterly the
Sunday: : A Christmas on Tree celebration 4th Novena 7:30: (Wed. night) Executive Director Haley Sofge built for displaced persons by the
will be at the church for Baptism by Appointment estimated The minimum will be Urban Renewal project.
Information Class 8 in $20. The authority will ''Use
the Junior church and all mem- p.m. up Under ,the
School. All the last (f its allotment of program persons
bers and friends who wish to asI :; are Invited unitsKKKKKKK'KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK
displaced can buy homes under
take a part in it. Si ce Ch ist- Redeemer Everyone Hor welcome inJbrmatt at Holy call 40-year, no down 'payment i
mas will arrive before another
PL 92369. mortgage. The Authority plans
weekly report Rev. Gay and CHRISTMASM.ANY working with the Home Builders
members of Mt. Hermon wish all Association and the city and
friends and well wishers a VerY
Metro to .get the guarantee rais
Merry Christmas. Richmond Heights ed.

Rev. L. R. Ross PastorI
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. I I Jean E. Scott, reporter Persons in the path of the ex- f

O. L. Hicks Associate Sunday School.........._........... 9:30: t Cressway (will be informed at a
T. pastorM. Morning service .N................. 11:00: clinic early next year, of their
Copeland, reporter BTU ..................... . chances to buy their homes.
Sunday Schocl ........................ 9:30 .. ... ............... 5:30: own
: .
Morning Worship ................ 11:00: (, Evening: service ........................ 7:00: .
B. T. U .......?..............*..*..>... 5-30: :: :: ;:;
Evening Worship ,1..1,1............ 7:00: Overcoming of the Nazarene Special Tutoring atJackson's

Sunday, Dec. 20 at ll ajn. the 12101 S.W. 219th St.
Deacons will be in charge of Goulds Fla. Toddle Inn
prayer services. The No. 2 choir Lawrence Reddick, paster thanks to our
will furnish music and the No. 2 Sunday School..N..1..... 10.06: Every SaturdayNE
usher board at their post cf duty; I. The Stewardess Boards No. 1and Morning worship: ................ 11:00: customers for your
The evening wonship, deacons in 2 of Mattheuv Temple, 1628 Evangelistic Service ............ 8:00: steady support duringthe 4-4308
charge of prayer service. The No. I NW 5th ave., will render a program Fri.-Prayer and Bible ........ 8:00: t: -...........,,........ :;;
1 choir will furnish music with Dec. 20. Presiding will be past year, and many
the No. 1 usher board in charge.We I Mrs. Pauline Ferguson M.C. .
sincere wishes of the t't't'tKKK'KKK
season f
The Rev.
L. C. Allen 'will be the
wish to thank
our pulpit
guests morning and evening. The guest speaker, accompanied by to all Be seeing
Rev. Brown from Hallandale, his choir and usher board. I I -s c4cM40
Rev. Smith, Mt. Carmel, Rev. W. I Evening service 7:30.: The An- soon!1EDDIE'S
M. Daniels from Jacksonville, gelic Singers will render music H I
for the occasion. IT YOU HAVE OUT 5ftrTTLC HAIR. DANDRUr?. .
the speaker for the day who delivered I I TCTTCR.ECZEMA.RINCWORM.Ok OTHCR HUM DRUGS
two inspiring sermons. oa SCALP WIIITATIONS. FCRSULAM WILL A*.
The Invited
public cordially
Presentations were given the BEAUTICIAN OR BAABCR ABOUT PCMULAM.., r
Rev. Aaron D Hall pastor pastor in honor, love and respect >nlwri>olala>a >am la>a>,.......>
Ernestine L. from the momfbers and ffI "
Ham/brick reporter friends { t b.C'.CCICIICIC.tCICIC..1CC.'CII.c.A! > : z
Sunday School....................... 9:30: wishing him a very Merry Christmas jj Mair IN* fell:UP """ ,
Morning service .......-........... 11:00: and a happy' and prosperous .............,..,..lICe l*.l.*.M .+.-rir........ -
Evening service ..N.-NN...... 7:0:

".)jf we were half as merciful to

one another as God is to us, $ Z95 Down
Heaven would be on Earth."
The Poinciana Circle will have
charge of class meeting Tuesday $79 Month TO ALL OF YOU

night.The Wcsleyn Service Guild will 2-bedrooms plus carporte and barbecuepit. White Horse Barber

meet tonight Dec. 18 at the home Move in No closing cost to
of Mrs. Geneva Murray, 1000 NW now. you. Shop

65th st. All members are askedto Located near our office. 6414 N.W. 15th Ave. :
be present. I.I
YCU are urged to pray for and TRIO REAL ESTATE CO. o s EDWARD RHODES j
visit the sick and shut-ins. Theyare
: Sisters Lenora Lewis 16010 PI 9.8372 801 N.W. 54th St. C C ROBER JOHN 8TATEN
Bunche Drive; Helen C. Branche, best wishes for FLORENCE a
U the .
1460 NW 5th place; Gertrude Mc- ALBERT SMITH JR. ,.

Intosh, 1959 NW :59th st.; Serena Real Christmas cheer tJIJI..JlUdI.Jlb. Allf.u.M t'( 1
Smith, 5700 NW 18th ave.; Flor- .

ida cola Butler Thomson, 152 ,NW 19666 8th st.NW; Pres-5th DO YOU HAVE AN EMPTY LOT? And the happiest kind of J 1II">A>Ml JIJaNdI"II"> JtJtIIM +!

court.; M'nnIe' RollTSon 2780 OR RUNDOWN HOUSE? New Year
A bright
NW 43rd terr., apt. 10. I

Let me show you how you can make money
St. John's of The Nazarene
Make It an Income Bearing Property
1476 N.W. 58th Terrace
Lawrence Reddick, pastor Will Build New Private Homes, Apartment Houses 832 N.W., 2nd Ave.s9sufly1 .
Frank Bryant, Associate Additions and Renovations, Write:

Sunday School 9:45: AMON BUILDERS 1500 N.W. 7th Avenue .1701I171y11.iylllalsl.lslflf1I1) .lII I111I1
Morning worship 11:00:
NYPS 6:30 Miami, Florida I::1C.1C1I1CIC'CIC.1C'CII1C'C1C1CII'CICfCICIC1 .

Evangelistic Service 7:41: Call FR 4.1875 (day) PL 4-8423 (night)
Tues.-Prayer and Bible 8:00:

The Crusade for Souls revival '
o. a.. alghs h/." :
closed Sunday after the 3 p.m.
service. The Rev. Warren A. a Ch4si st 'I

Rogers district superintendent of Win Hyng" /. /.. '.ur
the Gulf Central District of the MAGNOLIA GARDENAPARTMENTS
Nazarene Church was at his best. A Miry CknttmatTfur T. all.. ij':

Many visiting Nazarene and oth- Hql' N_ 'HI ;
er friendswere present. Souls
were saved and added to the .

church.The morning service was en- Midway (if
I oyed by many and the Sunday

, School, under the direction of Furnished or Unfurnished Apts. Barber Shop t '
Frank Bryant Jr., was interesting -

Visiting during the morningwere STOVES AND REFRIGERATORS CHEAP RATES May your every froabtt
: Cox and his "
Rer. Rutfcn
6709 N.W. 15th Are.
children. melt' away, your .Kwt b.

.lovely The evening service was also 14255 N.W. 22nd Avenue luG of pe.c and Joy your a
filled with the Holy Spirit. The spirit fuO of lontsntmtnt
visitors were the Rev. and Mrs. WI 7.2420 on' Christmas. 54
William Savoy of Grace Presby- GARLAND DARRELL f
terian Church. (Across the Street From Magnolia Hospital) Lula LeonardClub
The baby daughter of Mr. :3nd
Mrs. Robert Mason was christened See Super. anytime in Apt. 2 Roy ale Barmaid
and dedicated to the Lord. 2275 N.W. 62nd St WM. THURSTON, Prop.

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Joseph A. Brelf, editor of the CLEVELAND UNIVERSE-BULLETIN

CHRISTMAS is like an iceberg. no earthly power had the slightest
Most of it is hidden. The change right to transgress. "
Johnny Williams, 26-year-old
Christ about is much too which Christ:
brought The human dignity
member of a local rcbber gang
was sentenced, to 25 years in large to be clearly seen. In fact, taught has spread from the cave at.
Florida' State Prison by Criminal the world has turned almost upside Bethlehem into the most remote'areas
Court. Judge Gene Williams He down but because it has turned of the earth. This total reversal -
was convicted of participating I slowly and we have turned with it, of values, which little by
with five others In the $6,000 we hardly realize what has hap little is turning the world right'side
safe robbery at Consumers Supermarket pened. up, is not confined to the Christian
2201 NW 62nd St. Sept. Even the man who never entersa parts of the earth. Today Christian
18. Edward Lerop Taylor, driverof church, who teaching i about the inalienable
the' get-away car in, the same seldom or never rights of man is spreading into'areas
robbery was sentenced to eight prays, who is where the name of Christ is hardly

1 wrapped in selfishness : .:P known.
JIM BROWNLEADS\ and behaves ,2 MOREOVER, man's thirst for the
as if there recognition of his dignity and rightsas
\Have ,property and: buildings FOR RENT NFLPhiladelphia were no God-I i a creature of God cannot be
slaked with compromises, with
suitable for Medical Clinic. Ex- or at least as if
Jimmy Brownof soothing words and with sellingsout. -
cellent location. Shown by ap- APT. for rent. Fur God's existencedid .
1-BEDROOM : Cleveland won_ his third The full rights of each per-
pointment. Call owner, phone nished. For nice couple. Phone. straight National Football League nevertheless not matteris -afar son, the living wage of the worker,
NE 52888. F6 OX 12864.FURNISHED. jTound-gainlrtg title Sunday ands better man, Breiff and the dignity of the family, can-
1-BEDROOM APT t a league. record for rushing objectively viewed, than he would not be traded for a paternalisticpat
TIPPIE attempts.The have been had not Christianity on the head.Christmas .
1225 NW 56th street. Near buses 228-pound fullback carried
HOME CLEANING SERVICE and shopping. Adults only. NE the ball 33 times against Philadelphia changed the very air he breathes, it's true, is a time of
Windows Screens Bunds 56779. making his total for the the very climate of human societyin children, of carols, of colored lights,
Floor waxing any kind. Phone season 290. Ed Price of the New which he lives. He is uncon- of stockings hung by the fireside
NA 1-0310. J2 FURNISHED efficiency apartment York Giants set the old season sciously not as wicked as he might- and of happy talk about good will
1027 NW 55th st. Conven- reocrd cf 271, in 1951. have been. to men. But much much deeperis
WANTED ient to 3 bus lines Call PI 8-3817. Brown scored twice and gain- IT IS little realized that twenty the gigantic bulk of Christmas
ed 152 yards In Cleveland's 28-21 centuries ago, injustice was. enthroned which i can be expressed in the
SALESMAN-COLLECTOR want- FURNISHED ROOMS. Nice, victory. This gave him a season over civilization. Evil sat phrase, men of good will.
ed for established route. Must clean and comifrtable. By :week ot groundnyainlng total of 1,329 in high places and made the world's IT IS GOOD that Christmas
have excellent references. Pref- month. $8.00 $10.00 $12.00 yards. great decisions. The slaves who should be a time of happiness for
erably home owner. Nedbor's, 654 N.W. 13th St., Mrs. E. Taylcr made up two-thirds of the popu- children It's much better that it's
1210 NW 62nd. st. Bet. 10 and 7. lation of the Roman Empire, ai I becoming a time for adults to re-
APARTMENTS 2415 NW 50th were treated as mere conveniences, dedicate themselves to the manful
A NO. 1 SALESLADY wants po- St.. very large. $15 a week| 3- STORESPartly accepted their fate dumbly because work of restorating all things in
sition. Call FR 4-8904. rocm apt $7.50 a week. Call after they did not know they had rights Christ.T .
6, HI 4-41154 or MO 1-1283. Openall as men and women-rights which FralUt r lur.Service,Wuhlnfto IT,J).C
HOUSEKEEPER wanted.! God day. EquippedFor
home, plain cooking, care of
children, sleep in or balby sit two Job OpportunitiesThe \ '
nights a week. Call JE 8-0113.
Greater Miami ,
League announces Job opportunities O SANDWICH SHOP For 'Rent DowntownLarge
FOR SALEDry for the following! positions:
and Laundry I For further Information regardingthese o BARBECUE SHOP
Cleaning contact H. Allen private home five bedrooms living
544 NW job room,
good location,
business, ( o FISH AND POULTRYOR
Wheatley of th'e Urban League or
14th st. After 2:30 pjn. Indt call FR 1.6478.Communications. dining room, kitchen, front and rear jalousied}

1798 NW 79th street. Refrigerator I Operator porches, landscaped yard, patio and fruit trees.

$35; gas stove, $25; electric: : (female) WHATEVER YOU WANT
1813 N.W. 3rd Ave.
.*tove, $35. PL 4-8012. indl Typist' Clerk

SACRIFICE: Singer sewing ma- Medical Police Officer Secretary 632 636 NW 3rd Av. Shown by appointment only. Call

chine. PL 4-5538. Stock Clerk
Tree Trimmer: FR 14554 Luther O. Carey FR 4-8398
MUST SELL. 1953 4-door V-8 Court Clerk
Ford Sedan, standard shift. Four Staff Nurse (Medicine and
new' tires. Excellent motor good Surgery) hfh fhfhfh fhfh f fhfh fh fhfh f: fhfh fh fh n\on\o n\on\on\o --nonononofa
body and very clean. Phone NE Engineering Draftsman fa ra fa fa ra4 fa fa ra 4 4 fa fa fa fa fa ra fa fa fa 4 4 r. t. 4 i, i, i, i, 4 i, ia i, 4 4q
42768. Tabulating Machine Operator

GIRL' BICYCLE Good condition _
Cheap. Phone OX 1-5905..

condition. $10.00. For girl age 0 NAME LAW ,
to 8. Can see after 8 ''Pm.. Call Notice is hereby given that the
FR 45530.CcaCola undersigned, desiring to engage J
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in business under the fictitious vt l ...t't.,..,f.'>::.. e;I
:: softdrink box with name of COX'S KINDERGARTENat .,t "ijI
blower almost new $125. Variety number 1753 NW 4th Court, TO
Record Shop, 6400 NW: 15th ave Miami, Florida, intends to regis- ALL
ter the said name with the Clerkof
SACRIFICE: Electrolux vacuum the Circuit Court of Dade
cleaner. PL 8-4737. County Fla.
Will O. Cox and
Beatrice E. Cox I'

room house and 1-room apt.
Near bus line and school. Phon* Notice Under Fictitious
OX 60509. INDI Name Miami's Newest and Most Beautiful Nite Club j ,
Notice is hereby given that the w ,
ROOM with modern conveniences undersigned desiring to engagein
including telephone. PL 7- 172.1032..A ,business under the fictitious I 1720 N.W. 70th StreetPRESENTS
NW 69th St. name of:
FURNISHED (ROOMS. Near at 1028 N dOlW'ntown'conveni s. Working Miami, Fla. intend to registerthe
adults only. Phone FIR 3-i93i27 said name with the Clerk of i
(Saturday only.) the Florida.Circuit Court of Dade County, Sparkling All-Star Stage Revue 29 29

3-BEDROOM( HOUSE. ,Living (Rlclbert Randolph and I
room dining ream kitchen, bath I Allen Gaines, owners EVERY FRIDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY 29
and Florida room. Large yard. 29
Call PL 4-8852. IN. Harris. I i

FURNISHED ROOM at 1376 'NW Drive

70th st, PL 8-0737. Carefully I Frank Royal And The 5 Breezers 29ev

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Friday Saturday- p.m., 1 a.m., 3 ;a.m.,

w I 2 Shows Sunday-10 p.m. & 12 Midnite .( &9


Thursday Nite-Admission FREE
now on sale at the "Y" Grounds

5110 N.W. 15th Avenue I .AII-Star Semi-Pro Boxing ShowEVERY &&&


. : PRICES TO FIT YOUR POCKETBOOK Admission Only 50 Cents ?

Buy a Tree-Build a Boy ( For Reservations and Information Phone OX '1.6723

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I I $ Center at NW 54th at. and
12th ave. has become a one-stop
: ; r ChrIstmas shopping center during .
this bustling Yuletide season. .

's r., y eta This super-duper last word in ;'
: stores has l been a beehive of 'activity
since its recent opening I
? and the holiday rush of custo l
mers for Its many Christmas I
!specials has kept the efficient I
help Jumping\ from 9 a.m. to 10 I I ,1 I
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$ The store features almost I
(everything one might need-groceries -
k'J meats, clothing, hardware,
5- electrical appliances and what
have you.
+ Down to earth prices on these
.> 1 < ccmmcdities has ,been oqe of the j
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successes of Grand-Way. But i '
their biggest asset has been their ;
customer-employee relationship.
A large staff of courteous workers .
are never taD busy to. lend a
3 Q helpng hand In aiding the custo-
SS, mer In selecting just what is de- I I
Jt"4 sired. The staff Is liberally, !
sprinkled 'with Negro help and I
has caused favorable, comment
from Its many colored customers;
t!, many who live within walking
distance from their Edison Center
: home and apartments.If .

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som BEFORE Classic at AND Miami AFTER witnessed- The recent Orange Bios Co., fake christening of the Lee trophies, with witness .
the I
establishment of a Coach William Nicks, Prairie View, standing by. Gren-
new Aeries of ''awards known
which were created for the as The J. R. E Lee Trophies, ham, Texas, Coca-cola Bottling Co. sponsors trophies i in CAMPY'Sd
outstanding playersofthegame cooperation with Mr. Reaves' Florida
in honor of J. R, E: Lee, Jr., vice president of Flor Prairie View 28-7. company. CORNERBy
ida A and M University and
founder of the 27-year old
classic event. The awards will go annually to the out- Roy Campanella

standing players of the game, which features Florida A SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1959 PAGE 13
and Mand its opponent, as selected Mon. -
the Thru
by working press THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Fri.
and radio at the game. In lower shot, Mr. Lee is flanker! Newspaper"Memphis 5 p.m. :

by winners of trophies after the game No. 45, Florida's !

fleet halfback, Clarence Childs, and No. 77, Prairie View's 0 '

Rufus Granderson, tackle, with Marion E. Jackson, left, Tenn. Balksat .

sports editor, Atlanta Daily World and coordinator of ,

The, 100 Per Cent Wrong Club, and Moss If.I Kendrix,_ 1220

right, 'the CocoColia Company, as onlookers, Above, left
to right, Dr. George W. Gore, Jr., FAMU president, Bid )

Charles B. Bottoms Jr., The Coco-Cola Company, and Mr. On Your Dial

Lee watch Sidney J. Reaves, Miami Coco-Cola Bottling MEMUHIIS A demand for milled last fall after a long legal I '
quick racial integration of pub-' fight. ,1,111"11111111111 ,,,,#
lic schools has been rejected by
s the city board of education.The ( (KKK KKr KKKKK KK rK KKKKeLKtRKKRKK tA
board wrote the NAACP
(hat It does not deal with "spec
ialized Interest" and
Phillips' Brooks
1835-1893)) said: therefore dces not recognize the


Dr. Varco A. Smith Jr., chair-
MEN ON EARTH"Each man of the Memphis NAACP's _
education committee, said the
year, during the Christmas/ and New entire committee would considerthe
Year hoiMvwe' welcome/ the opportunityto board's letter before decidingn

extend o'tr sncere:; greetings./ future action. "
All city schools are segregated.
During the" year we are kept busy attendIng The only integrated classes are
r at Memphis' State University, .f
to the many details of operating our .1
where eight Negroe were ad-
pharmacy, but we never really forget that al
your frlendrhlp/ rid goodwill are our most .II i WPIKWWBWBWBiaw_*B HBMHMi" frrt ,

Important treasure. We are glad the medicines HOUSEKEEPINGROOMS 'It

health-alds and attentive service we P
supply/ contrlt/ > j to your peace and health. 1

I Orce again It ,Is our happy privilege to with i f.U
WITHREFRIGERATOR A linear hop that the cheer of the holld.Y'I
you yours

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ANDRANGE part of our Wish to you. May our friendshipgrow . .:/

stronger at we serve you throughoutthe

Service Drug Store $11.50 WEEK I coming year

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MIAMI TIMES'The Peoples Newspaper" IN MEMORIAMIn Myers. I final rites:-'

I Hollls of 107 SW 8th Andrew Brown aI 1600 NW
loving cf dear
memory our
ave., Delray Beach, died Dec. 11 154th St., Opa Locka, died in
husband. : and father, I in County Hcspital, West Palm Jackson Hospital on Dec. 14. He
Beach. Funeral services will be is survived by his widow, Cath-
who departed this life, Dec. 17, at Webb and other
1957. conducted Thursday, Dec. 17 erine relatives.
I Olive Baptist Chapel Services will be conducted
"Servant cf God well donel! 2 van at Mt. -
Thy glorious warfare's past Chuurch, Delray, with Rev. N. A. at 1 'p.m. on Saturday, Dec.
---- The battle fought ; Jenkins officiating. Survivors are 19. Rev. I. C. Mickens of Mt. Oil-
three daughters 2 sons 2 brothers vett Baptist Church will officiate..
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe The race is won, ; ;
And thou art crowned at last." ; three sisters. neon
family of the late, family of the late, The Family Willie C. 275 N.W.
MILTON LATIMOREwish MRS. ALBERTHA WILLIAMStake Mrs. Anna Smith, wife William Marieo of Hainlin Dr., llth terrace, died in Paravilla
to thank. their many friends this method of expressing Gculds, was hit by an automobileand Convalescent Home on Sunday,
and neighbors for cards, floral thanks to their many friends and IN MEMORIAMIn died instantly, ,Dec. 11. He Dec. 13. He Is survived by his
pieces, telegrams and other kInd- neighbors for cards, telegrams, is survived by a daughter and a widow, his mother and other rel-
nesses during their bereavement. floral pieces and wcrds of sym- son of Camden, N.J. Arrange- atives. (He was sent to Chicagofor
Special thanks to Rev. O. E. pathy during their bereavement. loving memory of our darl- ments are incomplete. final rites.CORE .
ing wife, mother, sister and
Turner, and the Richardson Mor- Special thanks to the Range
tuary for the wonderful service Funeral Home, and the members'I daughter, J Range . .
rendered. May God bless each of Antioch Baptist Church and Needs You
and everyone of you. Again we the pastor, Rev. O. W. Foster.
say thanks :for everything. Broward Bonivy, brother Join today and be

Mary, K. Latimore, wife The Family Free Tomorrow
Lorena Dennis, sister
John H. Dennis, nephew CARD OF THANKSThe
C(K c e c ea Mark Barns, nephew
Helen Coleman, sisterinlawJames family of the late, I
brother-in-law Deerfield Beach, Fla., wish to
thank everyone for their kind

service, cards, flcral pieces, tele-
CARD OF THANKSThe grams, and prayers. Special)

family of the deceased thank to the many friends
neighbors and other-churches for

tR their kind and untiring service g
It's so nice to have many won- ', .
derful friends. May God bless : [
each and everyone of you. Againwe _
thank you from the bottomof ,
our hearts. b


sad but loving memory of

who departed this life Dec. 8,

Sx years have gone since you departed this life on Dec. 17, Mrs. Elsalda Gardner of 5000
have gone to rest. 1956. NW 24th ave., died at Mt. Sinai
You ,will never be forgotten by Gone, but not forgotten. Ho ;ital on Dec. 11. Mrs. Gard-
the ones who love you best There's an cpen! door at the end ner was a well 'known Miamian, Grove Phillip 66
We do not need a special day to of the road having come here from her homein Service Station
1 ? /bring you to our mind Through which each must go the Bahamas more than 40 3685 Douglas Road

the day that we do not think of alone; years ago. Shortly following her Mr. and Mr Laura and
you is very hard to find. And there in a light we cannotsee arrival she !placed her member-
Mrs E. Wromas, foster Dght. ship In the Bethany Seventh Day Daisy Brown, Props.
and GrandchildrenIN Our Father claims His own. Adventist Church where she has
aA>b7alal JI.JlJlJlJIJI hiv? I
Ernest Bellamy
served faithfully througout the

MEMORIAMWherein years. She was employed by the
Central Life .Insurance Coo for
it has pleased Almighty Priced For Quick
several Survivors includea
God take THS
wishes to thank our many friends midst my beloved to husband from ,our IDEA daughter, (Mrs.. Vivian Long,
and acquaintances for their expression WILLIAM B. ROBERTS four sistens, four brothers' six Sale
of sympathy and condo- who departed this life Dec. 19, grandchildren.
lences by cards, telegrams and 1950, may the perpetual light House of Albert . . Funeral services were conducted 2-bedroom completely fur-

verbal. In hour of grief and sorrow shine upon him, and may he rest on Thursday, Dec. 17 at the nished, ready to move in,
such widespread friendliness in peace Amen. Beverly Jane Ford, the 4yearold Bethany S. D. A. Church of near school and shopping
and Christian fellowship has Sadly missed by his dear wife 'who was struck by a car Brownsville. Burial /was held at center. $700 down balance
helped to lighten our burden and ,
and relatives which ran into the building as Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
give us strength to refill the lives Louise Roberts, wife she played just outside of her like rent. $75 per month.
and fill the gap as best we could. And Family Daniel We also have other houses
December Scott
home at 3330 NW 48th terr., Payne, a groomsman : -
God Albert being G our Bain helper 6, died in Jackson /Memo at Hialeah Race Track died' for sale with low down pay
IN MEMORIAMIn rial Hcspital, Dec. 7. Chapel ser- enroute to Miami on Dec. 14. He
And Family ment Call . .
loving of the late vices were held Dec. 10, 4:30 p.m., is survived by his widow, Clara'
memory of Beth- Belle several sisters and brothers
Rev. R. Keaton, pastor -
CARD OF THANKSThe any (Baptist Church officiated all of Baltimore. He will'
who departed this life world Into
family of the late, I I eternity, Dec. 19, 1958. She was then taken to Delray i lie in repose at the chapel beginning 2688 N.W. 62nd St.
I Beach where final rites took at noon on Friday, and
!MRS. ELLA LOUISE CLARKE One year has passed since you
place at 2 Deco. 11. Survivors will be shipped to Maryland for
who died on November 22 and left us. Sweet memories still linger -
was laid to rest on November 30 in the hearts of those who are her parents, grandparents.Mrs. I

takes this method of expressing (were so close to us. There are
thanks and appreciation to the vacant places in our homes which Mollle Overton of 551 NW "
many friends (who were so kind can never be filled. 7th st., died at her hcme Dec. 7. How To Wish lhomas" I
during its hours of bereavement. Sadly missed by your loved Funeral services were conductedin
Thanks for your cards, letters, ones. the chapel, Dec. 12 at 2:30: I By Bkhard Cardinal Cushing,
telegrams, flowers, cars and all !Mrs. Lylla Gary, p.m., Rev. Alexander Allen officiated -
other kind gestures of sympathy. grand daughter She is survived by a sis- WHAT' make the difference: be- moved by faith and love. Yet w*
Again, thanks to everyone for I Mrs. Althmeaise Brown, ter, Mrs. Fannie Edwards of tween a world In which men rushto often find it hard to make a choice
everything.The grand daughterAnd Vidalia, Ga., six nieces and !four their destruction and a worldIn between the rewards of time, whichlie
Clarke Family Family nephews.Mr. which God gives men hope and within our grasp, and the promises -
happiness Christ makes the "difference of eternity, so elusive in ou0

IN .MEMORIAM 1N MEMORIAMIn Earlie Lee Dwight of because He-the Son of everyday life.
1133-A NW 5th ave., died in God-"was made flesh and dwelt Still, we do not belong completelyto
In sad but loving memory of loving memory of our dearly Jackson Hospital Dec. 6. He 'Was amonc11.." Christ unless we steadily follow
our dear sister, beloved husband and father, sent to Kathleen, Ga., Dec. 11 It is Christ who lights up the way the paths He marked for us in His
_____-_u.>_. _. .' :..... m_ for funeral services and burial. which 1 is darkened by human selfJshness obscure birth, in His dedicated life
His survivors are, mother, daughter and .. of Self-sacrifice, and in His painful
,. "" sister, two brothers and a It is sreed'i death by which He conquered sin
, .. host of other relatives. remains the same and eternal.death.

k '. 1t ." while all else ASK YOURSELF, "Am I truly a
.. ." Mrs. Helen Childs who lived at teems to change.It follower of Christ according to the
w 1818% NW '1st ave., died suddenly I is He who gives pattern which He has designed for
at her home December 8. She hope to those whore me?" This is the question which
"j was taken to Key West, Dec. 11 confused and all of us may well! put to ourselves
where funeral! services and burIal discouraged. as we exchange the greetings of
were held Dec. 13. She is It is Christ who Christ's season.If .
survived by her husband, Eugene, Is the true joy of
we want to wish one another a
three daughters, i four sons, her Christmas joy Gushing
III h t mother, brother and two sisters. that came from heaven to earth Happy Christmas, we must restore;
Christmas to Christ We must confess -
the night He born.
be God. We must
Christ to
Mrs. Jessie Mae Evans
cf 2167
_ NW THE SHEPHERDS who watched open our souls to the saving powerof
70th terr., died at her home
their flocks that first Christmas
God's grace which comes to us.
Dec. 8. She is survived by her
night had little in common with through Christ who 'was born on
husband Willie
elfht children, a
the throngs who then and seek
F 1 now Christmas day.
mother of Keysville Ga. sister
a -
only to revel In selfish amusements.
; two !brothers. Funeral services FALL on your knees today before -
Yet it was theohepherds who found Infant God. Ask Him to
were conducted Dec. 14 at your
joy. For it was they who found
2 p.m. at the Church of Christ, revive in your memory the truths
Coconut Grove, Rev. F. L. the Infant King-God Himself. which He came to teach. Ask Him

Thompson officiated. Burial in We cannot understand the meanIng to help you once more to live, even
-----".;,..... Lincoln Memorial. of Christmas unless we, too, Vi a sWiful world, as the child of

CHERRIE MORNINGwho BISHOP THEOPHILUS HUNTER withdraw from the glamor of lights God which you became through.

MISS this life Dec. 18, whn departed this life Dec. 18, J. C. Mitchell who lived at and tinsel, from the exciting exchange baptism.
1953. 1958. 2021 NW 64th at., and who was of presents, the joyous thrillof Then truly, we may say Happy
In Jesus far from thee There's an open gate at the end the victim of drowning while renewed greetings from friends. Christmas to one another. For
"Asleo kindred and their graves of the road working at a rock' pit Dec. 7, was All theM things have their place. then we shall have found the only
Thy be Through which each must go funeralized Dec. 12 at First Baptist But too often they distract our true source of happiness. May God
But may there Is; still a blessed sleep, alone Church in Brownsville. Rev. minds from the great truth which strengthen our faith on this Christ
From which none ever wakes to And there In a light we cannotsee *.. P. Bmvn officiated. He was originally prompted them the mas. "For to as many u received
sent to Fayette. Miss., Dec. 13 mystery of God made man. Him, He gave the power to be mad.
weep.Rosa Lee Johnson, sister Our Father claims HLs own. for final rites. He is survived by m LOU to think that we areIuutm4y the sons' of God."
!4 Letishi Hunter, hue his parents and one sister' of New t ....
Margaret <'JbleL..llt.r rtUctou the we In MMIMTHE l
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Amicae Win - ...... - FRANK C. MARTINThe THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

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Broward ,,H. ,.. .",0 "\ PTA held ItS regular meet- I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1959 PAGE 15
; First Prize in Crafts "
.. ," ing Monday, Dec 7, 8 p.m. Mrs.
,. Florence RalI way, PTA president -
Miami Amicae returned with County ", """f" \ : presided.Mr. .
'! flnst prize trophy for art and ', !i \ Smith reported that the DelightfulettesShare 1KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKSI
crafts and citations for excellencein NewsBy : : ':,rf.. ".... Bcok fair held in November wasa '\ \ .'
community service. The occasion I ',. ( success. Savings
was the annual Regional of Approximately 14 Thanksgiving ,
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority held in Walter Bowe :b" '" boxes were distributed to "OS.
Charleston, S. C. during the : special families in the Heightsarea. Give Xmas PartyThe ,].
The articles donatedby "
Thanksgiving holidays. Miami . .. were -
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representatives were Amicae Susan Delightfulettes Social and 6 <
Harris, Regional executive, The C. W H. Chamber of Com mond Heights* Savings Club of Opa Locka, held ..
secretary and Maydell Braynon. merce meets Monday Dec. 21 at Mr. White and his committeeare its first annual Christmas partyin ,
the Carver Lounge Motel at 9 p.m. working on the PTA Talent the inviting confines! of Lib-
.. >Arts and crafts ranging from All members are asked to be Shaw to be held In the spring. erty Lodge and Temple Elks''
"b hats to ceramics were displayed present. The PTA is having a Christmas Rest, NW 18th ave at 6th st. The
\ by Amicae Braynon, who capturedthe party f.cthe children Friday gala affair, sponsored Monday
first prize trca>hy. A scrap- I The M. A. M. of Court No. 9, night, Dec 18, 7 pjm. night brought out many friendsof With an appreciative -
book analyzing the theme Heroines of Jericho, is requesting The next PTA meeting will be the group. A delicious menu of .
"Strengthening the Cultural, I all members to be present Sat- January. 4, 8 pjn. baked turkey, ham,, potato salad, thank for ,
Civic and Moral Values" submitted urday at 7 pm. at her home, Let us reflect the true Christ- baked beans, macaroni. salad hot' extend
mas spirit. Best wishes for a rolls and mixed beverages grac- put farort, we
toy Amicae Harris won first 4621 SW 21st st. Mrs. H. E.
prize ribbon. Amicae Braynonand Brown, M.A.M.; Mrs Clayton meaningful Christmas ed the heavily-laden festal our sincere wishes to
M. Aathalle Range (in absentia Smith, secretary Mrs. E. Holloway, president board, which was surroundedwith
) received citations for out- Walter White, principal frolicking guests. you and J ure.Chick'n .
E. J. Cole Pub Chairman
standing civic service
Another, sale will be given at Christmas presents were presented -
the home of Mrs. M. Turnquest, In exchange among the Skillet
RECEIVE RIBBON 857 NW 10th st., Hallandale. on RAINBOW PARK membership, together with pres- 1454 N.W. 62nd St.
Twenty !Miami high school Dec. 18. The proceeds are for the ents to those sharing birthdays
Rainbow Park's family is all in Music and dancing: were featuredthrougout OX 1-8631
girls under the direction of theirdyn8'l11f.c new organ at St. Ann's Episcopal -
: (president, Dorothy Ellen Church. Everyone is askedto I smiles that our because principal it was was honored learned the evening and many 1IdIIdI .. ....".-
J come out and give a helping gracious expressions were expounded -
Jenkins rewired first prize ribbons
Who's Who American Education
by In
for their musical Christina hand Mrs. Faye Cleare. from frolicking
crowd in evidence for lovely ( 'I\C1&1&IIClCtClCtClClCII.
tree.plastlc' art work and paint- I a .....
Since becoming appointed
> as evening spent with the Delight l '
IHr., These Alettes were given rA1e Carver Inches Elemen- principal of Rainbow Park, the fulettes 'k'i-t P '1YA
many encomium for their versatility tary, the Lanier Junior High school! has grown .from a 12 portable R 11Ir
Charlestonian Zetas spon- of Hallandale the Attuckfe High 500 enrollment to a 28 Stanley Sweeting served a?
sored an annual Art Show and and Dillard High of Fort Lauderdale I classroom' school with some 830 master of ceremonies, Introducedthe
Jud"' for the Regional included and the Walker's Elementary pupls. She has stressed the importance membership and made the
visitors from the local Art Insti- will close on Friday for of a meaningful: curricu- presentations. "
tute there. the Christmas ..holidays. lum that i would help our pupils I'
A week prior to the club'sChristmas
become good and useful citizens.
Zeta Soror Ruth N Polite is party, the group shared -
The and staff
Florida director of Amicae Af- faculty were very in the yearly. savings of funds,
to welcome Mrs.
fairs and Zeta Soror Eugenia B $2,000 Collected back. during which time electin of officers ton
Thomas Is local Amicae sponsor. was held. All officers of sssaas
Our PTA met' on Monday night;
Miami Amicette sponsors are 1959 wore returned to their posts
At Classic
with our president presiding before
Zeta Sorors Marian H. Shannonand for 1960. Mrs. Marie Kelly Miller the night
Jessie Crews We wish to thank
Dorothy McKellar. The urn of $2,022,39 was col- the many parents and friends for is president of the club. Chf'utmat
lected during the half time of the being present. Were toying to you
Orange Blossom Classic for the Christmas To All-
TARGET G. W. Carver branch YMCA and here again, and the Christmas Merry
the deceased football player's II atmcaphcre'' is all around the SEASON'S Happy New Year, tool
During the IPre-Xmas
( holiday, mother. One half of the funds school.
Amlcettes will meet to make and going to the YMCA will be used I The faculty and staff of Rain- GREETINGSFrom Johnson & Sons' '. .
wrap gifts for the TB patients. A for Capitol Development of bow Park wishes you and yoursa
special pilgrimage Is ,being arranged I'Building and Outdoor Recreational Merry Christmas and a Happy SHOE SHOP
to carry the gifts duringthe Facilities New Year.
Yuletide Season.Advertise Mrs. R. L. Fortson, principal People's '''Drug Store 6570 N.W. 15th Ave.
The Carver Branch YMCA Recorder Clara WilcoxDON'T YI...A>wfch>M>. >p7 ..>Miefa>af Afat

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and gifts are given to the poor.IN I carols to the i
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THE NETHERLANDS left), director of the Agriculture
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School, and ROTC
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The children set out their grant. I
flowers :
wooden shoes instead of hanging paper ,
chains and cotton
up their stocking. Some fill them
with straw and then go to church. '
When they return the reindeer YOUTH 'I
have eaten the straw and Saint
Nicholas has placed gilts Instead. CONCERT
Carolers stand beside the native i (I)
ity creche while they sing. Saint The All- Miami I
Nicholas rides through the streets tra and Coral ( )
and distributes nuts and sweetsto Choir :will present :
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Christ Child, bunt ineach home pearance in the Unlt 9O
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nine days before Christmas the play Beethoven's
altar is lighted and the. people Concerto. I x A REE DELIVERY ( IA"DRUG
proclaim their devotion. Carolsare Traditional .
sung in the, home, while in tions from Handel's
the church strolling musicians will be performed CORNER
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Althmeana Coachman .
Organ RecitalChrist I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1959 PAGE.. 17 :


Weds Louis R. Sample the Church Bpiscqal of the Incarnation Church and are Y's MEN'S CLUB f

sponcortng Bernard Hunter, M. Christmas Tree Sales FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY
Mus., concert organist in an organ -.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Robert School, is the younger daughterof recital at the Church of the I Helps YOUthMake
Sample were married at 4 o'clock Mrs. Ella Coachman and the Incarnation on Sunday, Dec. 20 I
last Saturday at St. Paul AME late Isiah Coachman. Educated in at 5 pjm. Subscription $1.00. Deposit Today LIBERTY CITY YMCA

Church, Miami. Rev. James Wash- local schools she is a Booker T. Mr. Hunter is the son of Mrs.j Call OXford 6-0231
ington, pastor, officiated at the Washington graduate. Mrs. Iva Hunter of this city, a 5770 N.W. 15th Avenue
double ring ceremony, read be- Sample was a cum laude gradu- I ate of Booker T. Washington ,
fore an arch of greenery decorated ate of Southern University, Scot- High School Oberlin Conservatory I Offers beat instruction
with white satin bows and land Neck La., where she was of MusIc, Syracuse Univer- NewsboysWANTED Piano Voice Woodwind
white doves. The Rev. William elected Kappa Delta PI, education sity and a member of the Church' Ballet Music Theory and
Coachman of Wildwood, uncle of honor society and was Iniat- of the Incarnation. Presently he's
the bride gave his niece In mar- ed into Delta Sigma Theta sorority assistant professor of music and TO SELL Special Modern DancingFor
riage. She Is a member of the local university organist at Florida A Adults Only
The bride "*'as comely in a for- chapter of Charmettes, Inc. and M University, Tallahassee The Miami Times I Each Wednesday at 8 'p.m.Here' .
mal wedding gown of white peau #' Apply 3128 NW 45th St.
Mr. Sample Is the of Mrs.
son .
de sole and Chantilly lace. The your chance, ladle and
Ama! Baker of Locka I
fitted bodice, fastened down the the late Otis Sample Opa Sr., a Dorsey and HARLEM SQUARE: JtIddtJa lir>Allfr lhf JtJtJtJlJtJtJtJlbUiTINb gents, to keep trim and relax
back with
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He served while developing modern dance
graduate. three SWEET
tons, featured a Sabrain neckline years SHOP
with the Navy and attended the techniques.
outlined with lace reembroidered
Naval School of Music. He is A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
with seed pearls and crystal
beads. The long sleeves of lace currently doing further study. at COLD CUTS COSMETICS
the Miami Conservatory of Miami f/ sb
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veil was held by a half-hat of black suede ,pumps( and gloves .

white embroidered satin decorated with re- when she and her husband left "" ,,,,,,.;i'I)
medallions of lace.I for their honeymoon spent In 4 tI :
The bride's only Jewelry was a Bermuda and Jamaica. They are :
pair of tiny pearl earrings. She presently at home on NW 70th str _. !' ; \'I 1n -
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Robert Leroy Miller ortranza made In a surplice style
(Hazel Coachman) of Leesburg, and trimmed with appliques of : On the night before
sister of the bride, was the ma- pearls and rhinestones. She wore Christ matIV
i white satin half hat with
tron of Honor. Bridesmaids were crystal -
Mrs. Alphonso Ervin, Miss Mar.. bead embroidery and decorated With ere saying to you I
tha Lee Jackson and Mrs. Milton with a white velvet bow. an appreciative For o healthy, happy ChrW- Merry Christmas To All- I

Hall Flcwer girls were Catherine She were dyed to match satin thanks for mote happy New Year too!
McKahm and Patrice Lacey D'mros.' Mrs. Baker, mother of mat . and many
All attendants wore identical the groom wore a light fuschla past favors, we extend comet! From oil Davis' Beauty Shop
, gowns of aqua organzine taffeta I colored] satin dress which featured our sincere wishes to for years to
6500 N.W. 15th Ave.
styled with fitted bodice featur- an overskirt of fusohla chlff to all .f you.
ing sweetheart neckline, short n brund In satin. Her acces- you and yours.Emmer's of us here JUANITA WILEY ,
sleeves and balloon type street- sories were white. Both mothers Turner'sKindergarten BARBARA CARTER
length skirts Hemline interestwas wore white orchid corsages. Self Service WILLIE MAE CARSWELL
focused on the double bow ELLENDER SIMON, Prop.Register .
centered with .self mater- The Charmettes, Inc. held a MarketMARK
roses of
miscellaneous' ] shower for the 7168 N.W. 16th Ave. ...JtJt Isor slslslslrn aaslaaslslslslsa
ial with which the skirt was EMMER, prop.
bride en the 13th of
caught-up at intervals. Circular November. Rev. and Mrs. O. E. Turner
The rehearsal dinner to
aqua head veils were held by was given 1342 N.W. 62nd St. 'I
]large flat bows of aqua taffeta. bv the groom's mother at the And Staff ...
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Charles Rcgers was the organ- More than 25 years of reliable service .
ist; Mrs. Wilbert McKahn and a
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Miami for 26th Boule My dear friends, I sincerely tcaacacaatecxecaalarxacat t c cec ICICICt

wjsh that I could personally Christ-wish
each' of you a Very Merry
mas! That being impossible, mayI
NATIONAL MEET wish you one through this
I thank you each so. very
HERE DEC. 26-30 .18 much for having participated
this "Conference" and do honestly .. .
Miamians and members of THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"accomplishments hope that it has been of interest .
have enjoyed :
Gamma Delta Sigma to you. If you -:
Chapter of confer-
of these
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority will in the field ofeducatia1. I L.rogram.' We must succeed for ences, just'would one you be so kind as
Iwelcome approximately 300 visi- we are staunch believers in our by card or
I to let me
tors from the breadth of the "Greater Service, Greater
United Highlighting our opening pro- motto, Christmas card addressed to the
Dec. 26.These. Stales, .come Saturday, gram will be the presence of our I Progress." Miami Times, 6740 NW 15th ave.
dynamic and 'personable National In doing this, you would let me
persons will convene in Grand Basileus, Miss Edna I Christmas Festival know Jjst: about how many read
our city for four days in atten- Douglas, of Little Rock, Ark. this column. I could appreciate
dance of the 26th National Bouleof Miss Douglas anticipates witnessing At Dorsey LibraryThe s"me suggestions or criticisms.
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority one of Sigma's most successful -I Memorial Branchof That means a lot to a writer."Teart's .
Inc. Boules. She is noted nationally Dorsey Cortference", might not
The public meeting en Dec. 27 for her outstanding workin I the Miami Public Christmas Library festivalon will be back again. It's all up to you TO ALL OF YOU'
at 3:45: p.m. at Greater Bethel Greekdom, educational and hold its the readers.
AME Church will begin the Boule civic work. Dec. 20 from 5 to 6 p.m.,
officially The program, planned for the Well let's get back to Christ Mr. and Mrs. James Outler
The theme this year is "Mobili: entire family, will include movies mas. Christmas, a time for 'Joy
I zation of Youth For The Space I storytelling, games and carol and happiness . Christmas, a Fish and Paultry Market
Age." in keeping with the demands .- singing. time'! for giving/ and forgettingthat
: of our times. There will be treats for all you gave . Christmas, the 6964 N.W. 15th Ave.
The local' Philos affiliate of the children attending the festival hairiest time of the year! The JlJtJllJlJlJlJdraJdra AI iai JdraJatlCtClCtClClClCC'ClCClClClCIClCIClCIClClClClClI ia>a
sorority, are assisting the sorors and special prizes for the three time for parties; the biggest 'par-
very capably. They will sponsor I largest family groups. tv 'f the year. The birthday
sfS the "Get Acquainted Hour" and I This program is free and open party of our Christ. Everyone is ;

serve wherever they are needed AxDs>axXAi....)ahA?.h1a...A?....AA...klp ... invited and your gift is a gift of / I
These women are to be commended I : I. Christian like love. The ste.?
for their cooperative at. Every aje. .0. ..
titudes. (
So for the party, I am extendin .
an invitation to everybody
but please give Christ your giftrf --':;J.

HgfJfvr love. .
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; to the public. For an hour of
I r w I. family fun and enjoyment Join
I IC II ; the gang at the Dorsey Branch.
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< yi H<5gjftgj The library is located at 100 With an ap-

Ca i&* night bejrort NW 17th st. preciative thanks for

CkfutmatWt'rt I MI _MMM.Special.J< _---.-... -- past favors, we extend

toying to you Tutoring at our sincere wishes to
t Local Baslleus Merry Christmas To Att- you and yours.
Nappy New Year, tool Jackson's Toddle Inn
Mrs Allene V. Taylor baisi- C f
leus of the local chapter, extendsIn i J. & J. Drug Store
invitatiwi to all friends of Lunch Every Saturday
Valencia's N.W. 62nd St.
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Sigma to attend and to help to
convey warm Miami greetings to 6317 N.W. 18th Ave. d> NE 4-4308 PL 77954aJlJlJlJlJlJlJlJlJlJlJlJlJlJla
all visiting s rors. '
'tICIC'.c IC'CtC'CIC x's t!('{! aaa.
Our guest speaker, Dr. Hilliard _
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Area I, Beard of Education, At- -- .
lanta, Ga. is noted for his sundry MRS. WALTON ROBINSON For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
. Boule Co-calrman
Mmes. King and Liberty and
Aaron Robinson are the Boule
chairman and co-chairman. Mrs. ONDED COLLECTIONAGENCY
Liberty, a teacher at L. C. Evans
Elementary, School, Is noted for
her organizational qualities. Mrs
Rdbinscn, newly appointed prin- -
cipal at A. L. Lewis Elementary
.j School is Indeed a capable worker -Inc. i
Together they have planned :: .
what promises to be an inspira- ;. /;
tional and successful Boule.
Members of the local chapter Vi 'i .1
include: t.- <:

Sorors Sarah Anderson, Mabel "There is always courteous and efficient k
Barlow, Gwendolyn S. Barnett,
Caretha Bawl, Inez K. Davis, I ... \
Naomi Ooodinj, Hazel Grant, service awaiting you a. . .. .
Velma Hurd, 'I. K. Johnson, Sadie I !. \
Johnson, J, D. Ldwis, E. W. 'Y y )
Liberty, Evelyn Mincy, W. Y. BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY V'j1.: .
Ross, .,
Robinson, Mallie Hunter 8_ ,
Grace Smith. Allene V. Taylor, .,
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Ruby Thomas, Roberta Thompson Johnson '\ '''r.J\ ,ic,
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MRS. EUNICE LIBERTY I To "Friends of Sigma" we say
. . Boule Chairman "let all cars lead to our opening MRS BEATRICE JOHNSON
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,r, Hshes :phonograph-record language THE MiAMI TIMES-"the People.* Newspaper11! 5 ,
courses for children has come
out iwith a set on Russian. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1959 PAGE :10 ;. '
A midwestern company manu- 1

.a facturing nails pays Its workers generally assumed that intensifi (KKKKKKKKKKKKKK'C CKKbCeC *
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$2.90 hcur and sells Its ""
.an pro- cation or spread of that conflict .. duct at $9.90 100 pounds.
t Similar: nails from per a German would have sharply boosted S. ,these Season's Greetings } ;Jj, '
plant, with wale costs of 90 centsan ratios.
hour, can: be purchased In .ltl To Everyone :' \
America for about 15 per cent ,' ,
less. America now imports about SLIM DOWN } r. .
'50 times 'morc nails that it exp -
For ,
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ChristmasCall HARLEM DRUG CO., Inc.;,
Even during the Korean War, *
when competing modes of trans- NA 1-0470 OXJ;)710 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave.
port were not hampered by rationing -
j i of. fuel and scarce ma- Easy Methed Schoolof Phone FR 3-7631

i trials: as in World War II, the Charm andReducing
railroads were called upon tc
transport 72 percent of all military -
freight, and 64 percent of
military passenger volume It is I CORE Needs Your

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crowning of Kindergarten the King and held Queenon its I 8.: MERRY XMAS Y'AII

Nov 24 Lovely Debbie Co- .
rinda Richardson, daughter of ACAi DAR OF
Mr and Mrs Willie Richardsonof ; r' -
327 NW 14th terrace, was F8cf nd ;} THE ALL NEW
crowned Queen Debbie by last _
year's Queen Debbie Miller.
Donald Stephen Hopkins, son of Opinion
Mr and Mrs. Joel Hopkins of
620 NW 22nd street, was crowned -- CLUB MI '
King Donald by last year's
King Danny Jordan Ie
tIps for a safe and sound holiday -
Runner-ups for queen were trip Don't try to cover too e
dainty Harolean Williams, daughter many miles; be prepared for
of Mr. ands Mm. Harold Wil- heavy holiday traffic; get an 1900 N. W. 75TH STREET 'fii
liams and Little Yvonne' Byrd, early start and pause to rest occasionally :
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack ; don't speed; don't
Byrd. Runners-up for King were drink before driving; and be
Alvls Darby, son of Mrs Gloria courteous on the road.

Matthews when photo(who was was made not present) and Arthur S. Flemmlng, Secretary i ClIChE BORNE sw DAVE HONDU I

George Oopeland Jr., son of Mr. uf Health, Education and Wel-
and Mrs George Copeland Sr. fare, pledged an all-out effort to
back up the Food and Drug Ad- ee1 As Madame Effle Throckbottom Columnist 11M r. Swing", M, C. Qe
The king, queen and court ministration's campaign to pro- I
reigned during the recent Orange tect consumers from "the fradu-
Blossom Classic parade. lent products and schemes being I
foisted. upon the public as weight
Shown In the picture are: left reducers," I eI DEC .
t. right: Yvonne Byrd, second "There is no such article," ho I Q
Nnllllr-up for queen; Donald told a news conference, "as a e
n..pkil1la.. the king (rear) George simple, safe and sane food drug ,
Cop.lal'iM Jr seoand runner-up : or device which will bring about I
king; ptftbie Corinda Rich- I less of body weight without exercise II I 24
..Ids'fh.. qwen, and Harolean1Wjetlame : of the will to cut down the R "I
Ursi .unn r-up for*, feod intake." ,'
cj een eVe> show* is Alvis Dar- r I .

II- Ant runnfjT- for king. Did you know that 98 percent I pS + QT

. Mc'.. AiM k. Br.*kft .* sup<) I .f petroleum research funds "
""r-.h.t. y J''Ulson.!' I tom% from within the industry < .
*Tb4 f.Mmgovernment !oot S :. thru ': .. .S ,
a 'ntvv* percent .< the' belt, the
SpeciI': ;:ing' j lowtst af In1 .' : . ,...\. ,. .'.
''U\t Hattanal Scttntt! F.andatien. !:I b I.l.Q .
The fciduttrspfMb about $31 O / '
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mflKn annvaRJf aearckMr "l.
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Jar* 10. 411 aou\ pourmall ag. *r eswfII, aomevni's l home e 'a
l problem NE 4-4308. In a VnHed t States ctjr. There J:3
I were nearer 3 Arc reported M VA* 1J. S. during.
,1956 to m-nuiifbies: rf 2,50U( 3 1ls f'f'e.
Fashion ShowA pclptJP.1"-n, an* .vr, 4 '
Christmas FashlBh Show will Some 10 million Russians arc e ,
be 'presented: by the Future Designers learnfti Englisl; an estimated &
of Miami at the home of 15,000 Americans study Russian. & ,\
Mr and Mrs. Edward Braynon, The government and educational THE QUEEN AND I" .
1160 NW 55th terr., Sunday, Dec. institutions are working to helpus &
20 at 4 pro. No admission. The catch up in the linguistic race, With Songs by Little Clara Jay t
public is *vited, I and now a company that .pub- -

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PAGE 20 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1959 /f', A f// /// 4/ / I f Iai

/ Police Officer Replaces ,s'.r/

1 105 Pints of Blood

Mr. Pnnce: Farringtcn Jr. your fellow officers in the CityI
...41 NW 43rd Terrace i I I \ Miami Police Dept. /were nol
Miami Florida ,I only willing and able but they II I I
immediately DID replace all 91 .
'.-. supplied so many blocd ,pints of blcod. In fact they had II : ;. ;':" ,
\r3J1... usc>\, for the Sate, Mrs. provided for Just itch emsrgenc.cs W 4f. ". ,
Ida by donating the blood IN t; 4 h; '
May Farriniton, we had acquired "
a special interest in hetcase. ADVANCE. :
Although we issued the blood r/'
Although it has been several 'tI '
without question as to how it !: } _
: months since she expired, we '/ ;; _
wcu.d be replaced I am sure you
take this occasion of extending . _
that 'I' '
were comforted and proud "! A
sincere :
While: the less of a loved one this obligation to your community ..::1". ;':?:; t, i:,
is seldocn: attended by anythingbut could be fully repaid so ..;i-l< '" ,' 'j" JftJfr ,
sorrow it occurs to us that ,romptly. j I '4' .-. ,. ''{(,'' f.1J "
We too are proud of the Police '
you had at least one incidence of : :': 2'f \
Department and hundreds of, "
o exceptional good fortune in the n
in Dade,
midst of this. unhappy event j jI i County other which organizations maintain blood re-I Teamsters Union Democracy In

refer to the fact that you'' serve accounts at our bany. This Action is graphically shown hereas
were able to obtain replacements'' wise precaution not only protects Negro Business Agent Sam
for every one of the 105 pints olj their members against emergencies -! Baptist of Memphis Tenn., Local
blood which your wife received j I like yours but actually 984 gives information and a fra-
There could be no more eloquent makes possible the life-saving ternal farewell to "OverTheRoadDriver" -
;rcof of true friendship t function. : of this Blood Bank. Walter Madkins at
than .vas tendered by the 14 I' *f your experience in finding he departs on his run between
personal friends and relatives'' replacements for 105 pints of Memphis and Franklin Kentucky. You Can
who donated blood to your wife's!t blood should become kaoxn to Madkins has been driving semi's Call
recount: during her illness. But! others I think it might prompt and trailers for more than a decade 1 A UWtthox
Mrs. Farnngton had received' many people to consider and for the Southern Forward stiyv"
105 pints of blood. No matter ( repare for similar emergencies :I
how xaa.v friends and relatives in their own families. 'ing Company, contrary to the lies
anyone might have the task Very truly yours, told the nation by Senator John
f"* finding 91 more who were Al Bkxrningdale McClelland's investigation committee I
only:: willing but physically able Business Manager that Jimmy Hoffa barred
t ) donate blood would have Dade County Blood Blank s-aas
Negroes as 'over-road driver In
i zeroed nearly beyond ope of ac-
the teamsters Union.-ANP.
cmplichment Fortunately fen I
; ou and the Blocd Bank '$01 W

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Proper repormg
social security credit for reure-' RUPTURE o PILES o PROSTATEI

mtct, .urv.vots and disability insurance I i
:, i ih' benefits f.r the house- Rectal Diseases Q Varicose Veins
4 y+ r w r w a a bold worker and: her dependents. Effect) '. oiinless. non-surgical office treatments at low cost-
fot turner information
4 contact no (lOS *Mme or Income. Avoid surgery and hospltallzatlon. Why
1 the sciaj; security office at 234
Good Records Mean NE 79th st. wear truss Why suffer delay and get worse?
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Domestics Special medication, treatments, diets for arthritis, neuritis, ulcers
; ; : i "e r. Men' Club blood pressure sinus, anemia lost vigor chronic disease.
Toe Miami North Social Security -:I CHRISTMAS TREE SALES I of men and women.
office reported today that
.' many housewives in Miami are Helps YOUthBUY DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING
not reporting household help fox '
social security purposes. YOUR TREE TODAY 21 SW. 13th Ave.. FR 32743 A General Health Service

-As little as $4 per week In 57TH STREET A 15th AVE.
cash earnings totals more than
$50 a quarter and should be reported -
to the Director of Internal -I
Revenue," :Manager Edward
Blooston said.BICDston '
explained reporting is YOUR CREDIT$
.. easier than many housewives .
think. Uon request Internal
Revenue Service mails a report
Roscce Mack of 1730 NW Third
from each calendar quarter as a !
Ave.. who recently returned to reminder. The report has the depf
this city lollowin a four month form of an envelope. The house- BAKER'S
vacation trip. During his trie? Mr. wife enters the worker's name
Mack visited Benedict College at scial security number and total store
Columbia: S. Cn where he met cash earnings. She puts a checkor
the following students: Misses Al- money order in the pocket to
bertha Ferguson, Lillian Clare cover the soda security tax and
Pamelia Strachan Leonie Moul- mails the sealed envelope to the 137NO
trie and Leroy Thompson. All of address already printed-on It. / a
these students are from the Ba The tax rate fcr 1959 is 2%<%<
hama Islands and everyone seemsto far employee and 2%% for employer -.
be doing fine and in the best his rate will increase to
of spirit 3% each on Jan. 1, 1960. I
Mr. Mack takes this method of NO detailed bookkeping is re MONEY DOWN,
informing his many friends than : quired. The fact that a household -
he is now back home and that h. worker is also reported by
enjoyed a very pleasant and nether employer makes no dif-
stimulating trip. I I terence I in reporting responsibil-

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.Catholics I EASTERN AIR : The Royal Twenty I I I .:
Believe in PurgatoryBy LINES CIVIC CLUBThe Women's ClubThe i:I: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1959 PAGE 21. '

Rev. Robert DeQrandlt
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church Royal Twenty Women'sC .
Eastern Air Lines Social -,b oi Coconut Grove held it? Mrs. Carrie Bryant for such\. lovely HAIR FROMGOING
If you were to die this instant, and Civic Clulb's Annual Classic regular ,fcrthnlijhtly meeting( attn and delicious delectables served KEEP
are you so perfect that you :would Contest was n Nov. 29. We se- beautiful home of Mrs. Ma- during the after meeting social BACK
be fit at once to enter Heaven? cted Mrs Vera hcmpson as our Inder: Hippard. of 1320 NW 71st\ sessi:n. The club members were tIC..MOLL OOIMO aACIC"IAO.LLM.I.LALAN
8th Queen to participate in the St. this session. their .1.\oIAIo'.IICn.All LCtI A.OMOUIVV
Or are you so wicked that you joined during by WLU.b t ..t1Y.LAlrtI U OIL
deserve to 'be forever excluded 27th Orange Blossom Classic. : Final reports were receivedfor many invited friends. f r K.A.tu>...Y I MA*AUTTIM AMO$ r OL. =.
from the Kingdom of God? To Mrs. Lily Bell Singleton was the annual drive and the club Mrs. Ada Belle Dunn, Pres. C'ii.l Alr VATtA PG IIAT..A1.LI WILL pfT*?I.Lt1.P AM.IIOT 0/L oa&A8' CCo9AlMa.
both of these questions you prob- awarded second prize i I members expressed their thanksfor Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter ftAft* MtWM..AIL TOV ii A HCUU lilt
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We wish to state that the offi- mUCOUTI I II.H"
ably an:ewer "no" and in all the many friends who helledm ..
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year was a very --- - --- --- -- -
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likelihood you are correct. A vast a --'SU/an..
We also want to consider our
one. The next regular meeting
number of neither
many friends and relatives 'who will be held at the home of Mrs Have You a r .itEIIINe OIL
for heaven immedi-
ately enough nor bad enough for hell. helped to make this a very Important Carrie Bryant of 1060 NW 64th Drinking Problem? .....1A.r.n..lL...c......,.- -./MM1
"Without helpIt --- ---
What then becomes of them? year your st. All members- were urged to

. They depart this life with slight" to wasn't the highest.possible. We appreciateIt I to be present. byl| Call OX 1.1278 Join The NAACP
I I The hostess was thanked
stains on their souls so they can- '
not go directly to God. | We are trying very much to' .6..6......"""" ... ........ ...... ....... I', I'" I.... ....... ....... _._.--------------------____I"I.......I".6....... ..-_
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The Catholic Church answers we have made ccntrLbutions !
with Purgatory. This is a middle to such places as the Home for
state between heaven and hell the Aged Bunche Park, Opa I |
where souls who have died with Lrcka; Gibbs Chanel of North .
small sins must undergo purifi Miami Beach for building funds; r.g;
cation. Just as in our prisons Eastern Air Lines Christmas Par- ;
there are people who we not ty for the onphans; Bunche Park : a
worthy of the death sentence but .FI!men"'f.y Sahool Christmas' 1i
still must suffer for slight crimes. Party, and the Brownsville Community 'I a 1i
They must suffer some slight Association Building a
penalty for their misdeeds before Fund. G
they. will be freed. In all efforts we are trying tp

It is very Interesting to note help the community which we
that the early Christians prayedfor believe is for a worthy cause.
their dead detained in Pur- Tn regards to the holiday, we i
gatory. This evidence is gathered .wish you all a Merry Christmas:
from the insertions on the and a Happy New Year, and Peaceon
walls of the catacombs. Catholics earth and goodwill to all men. V 1Many
from the very time of the Thomas O. Wright, president C
Apostles have believed in the Willie G, Franklin, Fin. Sec.
existence of Purgatory. It iwas William Lynch, treasurer a, ,
not denied until the time of the Chester Coachman Rec. Sec
Protestant Revolt in the 16th Alex Gaines, Bus, Mgr.
Century.In Eric Dennison,*. e
the historical book of Mach- parliamentarian
abees, we_read that: Judas Mach- Dave Rankin, chaplain
abeus had secrifices offered *j I
._ the souls of his fallen soldiers I
(II Mach. 12, 43-46)). He thought tain situations. When someone is r
that the souls of these men were working on his auto or in the
detained' in score place for purification arden and then goes to dinner, e
because of their slight ''here is always a washing of
sins but by his supplication for hands and face before the meal. & :s
thorn, they would be released. Cleanliness is sought by every e, j ,
We read, "It is a holy and human before eating. Which of ft .
wholesome thought to pray for us would go to a wedding or asocial
the dead, that they may be loosed affair in our old dirty #, 1
from sins." Catholics likewise clothes: ? No, we would put on the e '
believe that they help the souls best garments we owned. Then
being purified by their prayer shall we deny that we must be a 1
and good works. This is certainly clean and pure to appear before &
a comforting and consoling the face df God? There is only
dctrine-that we can aid our deceased one way to be clean and pure ol J
relatives and friends who scul after death and that is by
suffer for their slight faultsl! the purification of Purgatory; fta
this that have big
supposes we no
Aflen-vajnlng his hearers to sins on our conscience. Commonsense Happy Returns 39
beware lest they should be sud- forces us into the conclu-
denly delivered to the judge and sion that our small sins are paid e of the Day!
cast into prison, Jesus adds: "I for before we see God for noth- 'ur &
says to thee, thou shalt not come ing defiled shall enter Heaven. It Christmas 39
cut thence, till thou hast paid 'is also fitting that God's wisdom ., not be complete
the last farthing." (Math. 5, 25- provides some kind of middle w for us if we failed to extend our "
26)). Here Christ speaks of a pri- pace: where we can ",pay our .
son in the other world, In which punishment" for slight sins e sincerest best wishes to our many
souls are detained until divine For further free information l7 friends and customers! II' 1
Justice has been fully satisfiedNo write to Box 47-757 Miami, andit w t
one will "come out" of hell Will be sent free of charge.WATCH r11 '
heaven is not a pritscn. Hence n,
there must be an intermediaryplace i 1 -- yr
where the penalty of sin is FOR--I .. ,
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paid after death;; that Is Purga I STYLE 0 I \''' "\1 !"- ..
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Refresher mount. See the wonderful mir-
acles of healing the sick and the*
Cookman 1'1 blind. Your heart Stnd soul wllr.
College Course OfferedIn be moved to new heights when I
) you see "The Big Fisherman"
response to many requeststhe opening Christmas Day for an
adult evening business school unlimited engagement. There
will offer a Secretarial Refresher fflll be continuous shows daily .-
Receives Gift of $600,000THE course to all who are interested. with features starting at 2 pjm.,
Class meetings and registration 5:30: p.m. and 9 p.m,.
will begin Jan. 4., The purpose -
of the class is to strengthen -
Dr. Richard V. Moore, president skills in the secretarial area Special Tutoring latJackson's
of Bethune-Gocikiman! Col- 'as well as !prepare students for "
MIAMI TIMES- The Peopf Newspaper"PAGE lege announces a gift of $600,000 job .placement examinations with Toddle Inn

to the college. many federal civil service posi- Every Saturday
22 SATURDAY, DECEMBER. 19, 1959 tions available currently, one will
The money comes from the estate in this NE 4.4308CONSOLIDATE
... ka1' .. do well to invest time
--- NNN.M.NN.INNN.rIn Harrison Rhodes '
of an author -class. Registration fee for the
who had a home in Daytona class will be $2.00 and meetingswill
Around Bahamas Beach and was a trustee of the be on Mondays. and Wednes- YOUR
The college for many years. days from 5:30: to 8:30: p.m. BILLS

I Since Rhodes' death In 1929, We Refinance Your
By A. H. McKENZIE the money has been in stocks and "Big Fisherman" At Mortgages

-.........--.-..--....-...-.---.-----.....---.- securities under the direction ofa No Payments Until March 1
trust. The income from the investments Ritz TheatreThe No Balloons--or as low as
A coroner's judy Investigatingthe Dec. 1, an unmarried expectant went to his sster, Mar- $1,000 $15 Month
death of Idell Williams on mother was awarded $280 in a garet, until her death last July. Ritz Theatre is proud to $2,000 $25 Month
November 17, told the staff of the breach of promise suit against announce starting Christmas Day $3,000 $30 Month
Out Patients Department of the Harold Wilson who also had to The trust was dissolved at a .the showing of the magnificant, -
Process Margaret Hospital that 'pay court costs and fees amount nearing yesterday in West Palm soil-stirring picture "The Big MIAMI NATIONAL
they should pay closer attentionto ing to $25. Agnes Darling said Beach and the ,principal was released Fiserman." This i Is the story of MORTGAGEFR
accident patients. J that Wilson !promised to marry to the oolle West Atlantic' Simon Peter of Galilee in the 3-5446 e JE 2-2822
"The fact that such patientsmay I her, then married someone else National B&mk of Palm,.,days o. hist. Yos\ e $mea Member Chamber of
be under the influence of last month. Wilson admitted Hfcach was cue of the trustees. I Peter as a two-fisted blustering Commerce
alcohol should be no excuse for I ternity but denied the pa-j I giant become a humble follower
negligence on the hogpital'sxpart," II About $50,000 from the estate of Christ. Hear the sermoOon the
said the jury.Williams I twill go to other charities includ- ...._ .
Twenty Haitians were arrested ing Harvard University. -KKsCKK KKt stepped in the way ofa I and charged with over staying
car driven by Bruce Johnson I their time and 20, including three Thomas T. Cobb, attorney for
on the night of Nov. 7 and Bethune-Cookman
was women, were charged -with entering yesterdaysaid
knocked down. She was taken to I the Bahamas twithfut per- he e&pec9bd the money by
the hcspital twice and was twice mission. The cases of the women I the first of the year.
discharged as being drunk and were adjourned for two weeks
I "Not less than will be
incapable. When she was taken and they were allowed bail ol $500,000
tfw th% third time she was examined ,$280 each -wart! ,}, one surety. The added to the l< and was found to have a were sentenced to three fund. The exqcutiv committeewill
(fractured pelvis and a ruptured months' imprisonment or until!> formulate/ a plan for expen-
bladder. Th% autopsy showed that the :Immigration Department deports diture of such funds as are necessary -
shy died from congestion of the them to Haiti. to pui the physical plantof
lungs. the C*leg9 TO prom condi- .
I tion," Cobb sad I
Ulris Ferguson Win- Kenneth Bodie found out in< I
Most! of tfi is in ltklI .- t r
ter, Victor Gibs n. Noel Symon- the Magistrate's Court on Nov. % morj
Qtto and Gone Toote were charged 28 that he did not do himself; I grade stocks. The collet boardof <<
with alleged gambling at much good by knocking out two trustees made tae* puns for
Dt r's Rest Club on Dec. 2, and of Leo Fe zusonts teeth in a] the imftiey at ,its last $iofflhjfc"he
of aiding. and abetting the owner, f4trht. Ferguson owed Bodie $1.4, said. .
Roland Curry to permit gamb- When he drew his pay check Te Rhodes family came to
Bridie asked for the money; a,
ling. Thsy all pleaded not guilty
:Daytona BJn the .aj, 1880V
quarrell developed, then blows!
and the case will be heard in the and owned a hlu" on South
In court Bodie had to Ferguson :
Magistrate's Court on Dec. 22. pay -
I I I $28.DEAL. Beaeh Stre (T. Harrison Rhodeswas BOB'S RES1)AURANT't
an author and playwrigh
A -' fishing sloop sank in
Neither he rA his sister ever
rough seas at the Market Range
married. 6838 N.W. 18th Avenue
Sunday afterncon, Nov. 29. It is STUDIO --*... i
reported that Captain Milton
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Martin freed the boat from its I 307 N.W.2nd' Ave. Today .>o xaaAAlal AAAAAfa Af>IhIoAD lafala h7 I I I kfo i faA A ifcftMtMfla
mooring and anchored at sunset,
and went to attend the funeralof We copy and enlarge pictures of *

his wife. It is believed that It your loved one at half price.
was a Cat Island sloop, owned by !
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'':WIDE OPEN THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peonies* Newspaper',! '
Jet Service to Nassau' I ;


in 40 MinutesNassau's . FOR NORTH 'MI

I SOUTH GAMEA 14=" B-CC Students . .

sensational ,growth as
a tourist resort has been given wide 'open game of real] ,
another boost, this time from $105,199 ReceivedFor razle-dazzle football featuring a
I Selected for Who's Who
Pan American World Airways, wcrld of passing as seen in pro :
which 31 years ago gave the Ba- Christmas SealsThe football is almost certain to result [ ,
hamas the first link with the the night of Dec. 26 in the
outside world. Orange Bowl as the North-South II DAYTONA BEACH These ,. ...
sum of $105,199 has been I students were nominated by the .....-- -.
Now Pan Am's 575-mile an received through this mid-week's. College All-Stars battle in the faculty committee on honors and

hour 121npassenger Jet Clippers count in the 1959 Tuberculosis annual Shrine charity game. awards, using for .its criteria, PUN PHUN : ,
- the big Boeing 707's' and the Christmas Seal Sale, according to I The scholarship, citizenship, partici- ,}
game this year has some ,
even bigger Intercontinental Paul'Berns Jr., this year's Christ- of the pation and leadership In extra- liy PHIL 08801211DEFINITIONS '.
mas Seal chairman for the Dade most colorful, passing ,.. .:
have assigned to the New quarterbacks in the curricula activities, general prom- ----- .
York-Nassau route. They are County Tuberculosis Association.I I I The South has Miami's country All- ise of future usefulness to the ,..
flying the 1,082 mile over ocean Total contributions have American field general Fran college and to others, and must be
course in 2 hours 35 minutes come Curci North in the upper-level of the educational disc -'A'
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55,000 Dade Coun- great' Payola jockey; micro.. *
southbound and 2 hours 25 minutes tians in the all-mail Tuberculosis passer Jack Cummins, and Navy's program. Among the 14 phony v s'
!no.rUlbounlcStarting with Joe Tranchinl. students. selected ten are seniors '*...... '
Christmas Seal Sale, which open- Christmas:: hat time of year
service on Saturdays, Sundaysand I and four are juniors. They are
ed Nov. 12 and continues through when the future is forgotten fox
Mondays, two additional Christmas Day. Results represent So far the North has Army' as follows. the resent..
flights Wednesdays and Fri- almost 64 (percent of the $165,000. Joe Caldwell, who not too long Mildred Jackson Bennett, San- Square A fellow who does
days will be added on Jan. 1. goal. ago was hailed by Bud Wilkinson ford; Garlon Davis, Pensacola; not get 'round.
Also, as a New Years gift to the I of Oklahoma another Bi'bby' Roscella Arnlta Davis, Miami; Quack doctor A doc you r
attractive resort colony, Pan Am Te Dade County Tuberculosis Layne. Ear** Rod Bfcrtk also Ruth Tyson Dunmore, Philadel- should duck,. ,
will start weekend Jet service' Association is Joining with the hailed: him Amwia's gr test phi Pa.; Charles Lee Evans Jr.,
between Miami and Nassau on State/ and National' tuberculosis passer. St Petersburg; Oftavia Belle APT-GAMS
Jan. 2 the 31st anniversary of bodies in designating Dec. 17-24 Gulnyard: Onlando; Richard My dentist says, "If you don't .
first as "Do it This Week" Week and .KCa the flight. On Jan 2, 1929 KKaj | mane Harvey ; your they'll
Pan Am inaugurated S-38 Clip- urges everyone to send in his' trid Kardna Mack, Daytona give you the brush." .
per service from Miami, flying Tuberculosis Christmas Sea) Beach; Marie Mallory, Daytona Since my literary taste leans to
money during te next seven dais flO6LL. Matthew John Meadows the and 1
the course in two ours or more Beach;; spiritual scientific,
Now it will take 40 minutes."In Fort Pbrce; SWTrley Rebecca look upon those pocket edition
Completes Course ; Pain* MTamr, Elliott John Sea- book racks as diamond mines .
cur first year of srv ice to VftUa. Mramt; Samuel Eugene i mostly dirt with a few sparklers .
Nassau we transported 260 passengers FORT G RDOfJ.: Ga.-.1 Itrr!, I Sharper, Dayfona Beach, and here and there.
"an offacfel of the air*>Rf ruJt Qarrttl &.; I..'Buchanan Afyta Jfy SIT p, Jacksonville.
:tne saicla 11'w we at% prsvWThfa 1958 gtadutU 4 Hortfa I Major areas III concentration THE MIAMI SCENE
4nat pa.cing/r' Uefrusto a+<* sin e: >MJ, ltIMl f{ TA3ss students are: Must, 2; There is a Ukranian Church on
week, ,4 6 .4 film 11\ scleAu4sdgts Mrs. Benjamin J5. 13anBl\. i !%nci. 4? e'emtn.tary education 57th ave. What's so unusual
. an.I1t ..." t1\ the extraMotions t arcphted V s stgtt..vs l s ar1ttnL 4* ilgia i/enct 2; and mathe- about that It's a Russian Church
vtfijcli ate aal<*l "ita. ations osnt.r Q Ii' at The I IWiaM"i a1aUcs;.. 2.Md. en Red Road!
,vu thtf ar% "Mdtd SOutbsactplxa Stgjwl 4xX here . ... One of our employees, S. J,
the Peatejfut Bittnui r4 ntff ,10117.ltuJmanaa. King, has some gold teeth. Imagine
called *VH mMltn entrtubSed a King with a crown in his
& te Chas 1"mss Advertise -- It Pays mouth)
sy.1 tits lItI .ad 4v4 bet t. Nat aan. tevaffttis 10" a I
P'pats tie ylay A/tt t. 31\060 "Iv, ,p.4COj and Pitar w.esUICi bight >*1l holly "evtl, cendl. .
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Use Christmas Seals was gradat film Bker '1'.
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Booker T. Washington High School** Friendship Baptist Choir Nos. 1 and 2 r'...

_ _.L George Washington Carver.: Hlghrjf,: School New Hope Primitive Baptist Choir No. 1 'r"
May. High SChool.$ !c. r Miss Edna Davis ""Songbird (the South ;

y" Dillard High School Bethlehem Baptist Senior A. Junior Choirs ,f 445"

Greater Bethel Baptist Choir No.1" New Mt. Morlah Choir No. 2 e '

Greater Bethel Baptist Choir No. 2 St. nsaF' r I" S
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School LunchPersonnel.Meets American Education Week
Our program' began on Monday
night, dong with the PTA. We '
had Twilight School. This gave
each parent the opportunity to E' r
The Dade County School participate and observe the class
Lunch Personnel Association held room teacher in action. A sample '
its last meeting for the year of lesson was taught.
1969 at the beautiful Bethune
Elementary School on Dec. 2. Tuesday, Mrs. Blecher, adult
The meeting was called to order education instructor in home eco
by the president, Mrs. J. noanics, gave an address, "Your .
Giles Personnel, with Lunch the group Meeting'singing; song.the Health." Her. speech was very enlightening .

Pi yer and responsive readingby
the chaplain, Mrs. Bessie M. Wednesday 'was Veteran's Day.
The theme was "America Needs e .
Williams. The minutes of the last -
teacher stressed theimportance
Me. Each
read. The roll
meeting was was 29
of effective citizen-
called and will be called at the
opening of the meeting insteadof ship. 29
at the closing of the meeting, Thursday being Equal Oppor- 29
so workers, please !if you want to tunity Day, Rev. Ira Fayson, pas- 29
win the plaque for your school, tor of Bethel AME Church. Hia- I We the
please ,be on time which is five leah, gave an impressive Speech, I Employees ofO'NEALHELMLY'S 29 .
o'clock. "Praise Your School." 29

The ,plaque was won by North- 29
On Friday Solomon Barrett,
western for the month of Decem-
our PTA president, spoke on 29
ber.Master Good Citizenship as it relates to I
Joseph Davis, a member the Education Week theme 29
of the Bethune Elementary
Mrs. Primus, the principal and &
family, welcomed the associationto
their school. Solo by little faculty were very pleased with I 29
the cooperation of the community -
Miss Clara Sands, Autumn 29
In helping us carry out the
Leaves. A short skit was givenby
theme, 'Praise And
the workers of Bethune, sub- EXTEND &
Your School. "
ject "Health and Food. 29 ';
May I Have This Waltz With ,In keeping: with Thanksgivingthe I 29 "
You, was sung by Ernestine third and fourth grades pre- '
Campbell.Mr. sented a parade of Thanksgivingsongs I -
Cogdell, principal of Be- and poems enjoyed throughthe I
thune, gave a short talk to the years, directed by Mrs. Ar-
Personnel Association nold, the third grade teacher. a 04fa 29
The president asked that each Mrs. E. G. Primus, principal a
member.bring a gift to the next | Miss S A, Osborne, reporter 29i
meeting which will be held at I
Bunche Park Elementary Schoolon Sta a l
Jan. 6 for the Christmas par I 'rW 29
ty due to the fact that Browns- Property OwnersWould '
ville High School may not be 29
ready in time.; I e 29
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Mrs. Mazie Sinclair of Booker you like to have all R 29
T. Washington is reported on sick your bills combined into one q ,
leave. small payment, and still ti> 29
All personnel that wishes to e 29
attend the State Executive Meet- have some money left? If
ing at Pensacola on Jan. 23, $1,500 or $3,000 will help 29
please contact Mrs. Moore at PL you at a time like this, let a 29
4-5491. me get it for you. 29
The Dade County School Today is not a day too soon .. 1>f 15'Y 29
Lunch Personnel Association ki 1 '
to phone if want to
wishes' all of the readers a Merry you apply -
Christmas and a Very Happy for a loan. a 1
New Year.
Jessie Giles, president FIRST AND SECOND S 29
Mary Ray, reporterJ. MORTGAGESAVAILABLE 29

W. JOHNSON ELEM. a 1tL : -9M 29 29

American Education. week has H. DAVIS
come and gone but the enrichingexperiences 29
it has left with our 29
pupils, faculty and the total com MORTGAGE BROKER J 29
munity of Hialeah is indefeasible.In Phone FR 9.8531 1a
keeping with the theme, 29
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Personal Mention THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People. Newspaper" .

Tha Rsv. H. W. Brown, pastorof SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1959 PAGE 25
Bethel Baptist Church, Nas-
au, Bahamas was visiting here
representing the Bahamas Baptist -
Convention to confer with
the officials of the Foreign Mis-
!sions Board of the National Bap- F

tist Convention, USA, Inc. at
Philadelphia Dr. Brown was .
guest preacher on Sunday morn-
ing at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. __
He left during the afternoon to
be present for the evening ser-
vice at his church In Nassau.

1 M.
Basil Sands d son Robert of
i Nassau were visiting our city
,, t They attended S .
1r the Orange Blossom .ct f ,
Classic and returned to Nassau -
on Sunday.

Teddy North is also a visitor
from Nassau.

The Rev. Charles ,Thompson,
pastor of Transfiguration Baptist
Church, Nassau who has been ,
spending three months vacation -

H with relatives in Tampa and MI- Theodore Hagans, left, president lations firm The late Mr. Jackson -
ami, returned to Nassau on Fri- of the Nationwide Hotel As-
with whose firm Mr. Ward
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sociation and manager of the New
Ghana craftwork In wood Dunbar Hotel, Washington, D.C. was associated, originated GA, a
Ivory and doth, attracted wide Calander ''Roberts arrived from presents NHA Life Membership< travelgulde magazine, and founded
scale attention during the recent Nassau on Tuesday to visit his Certificates to two District of NHA.
International Handicraft and Do PHIL OSSOFER brother, Benjamin, whose wife is Columbia business personalities
It Yourself exhibition held In critically ill in Deerfleld. While Mrs. Marion H. Jackson, nationally
London. A pretty "salesgirl" Miss SAYS: in Miami he is the house guestof known business leader, GO SKIN DISEASESFREE
Fltnat Mograbl (right) shows an his sister, Mrs. M. Johnson, magazine publisher and widow of CONSULTATIONA
elght-year-old "shopper" the 1531 NW 1st st. the late Andrew F. Jackson, new approach to treat..
latest Ghana has to offer. Note public relations man, is shown ment and medication based
the hand carved figures In Ivory, "Sweet are the uses of adver ,I Mrs. Dorothy Johnson Edwards' receiving her certificate with on specialized blood aid
ebony and mahogany In the sity.;" This 'great wisdom ol 1 daughter of Rev. and Mrs. P. J. James "Bud" Ward, right, account I laboratory tests
background.-ANP. I Shakespeare didn't register until Johnson of Ncrth Miami, is visiting -I associate for Carnation
II I I suffered two misfortunes which in the city from Tacoma Milk Company, The Moss I DR. H. W. HAAG
proved its truth. These misfortunes -, Washington. She will spend a Kendrix Ol'ganizationpublic/ H-t PL 9.6562
led me to God, and to thai t tI month here.MAGNOLIA. -
Santa, Too! peace which Is beyond all un I I .........
derstanding." HOSPITALA

The first, my entry into the
change in staff at Magnolia OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
!. >. service in World War 2, took me Hospital has been announced by,
from a lifelong family bushiest Harvey Strauss '
which had to be sold. The seconda Dr. C. D. Farrow Jr, has been THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

fractured' finger (incurred while replaced by pro Duaine Tudker, PSYCHIC READER
hauling concrete blocks), gave as staff dorctor. Dr. Harry N
me the opportunity to attend asohool Pope remains in his original ca-
I of salesmanship, since ] pacity. Clinic office hours are
could net; work. The psychology from 10 ajn to 8 pan
aV and positive thinking taught in Dr!. Albert Feldman and Mor
this course opened new areas ol ton Terry advise that they may

.,, Ltx y ( thought to me, leading me into be seen by appointment' on Sat-
G b. the study of philosophy and re urdays. 1k +

V c, ligion. it

Had I not been drafted I would
now be earning about $10,000 a wardly H is light and mercy. Has-
year, besides escaping from many ten thereunto that thou mayest
miserable experiences. My present become an eternal light and an
reaction to all this is: So Immortal spirit.
what? . If I were able to return -
to my .past+ status, giving up
lost to make sure he's healthy
that has
the spiritual knowledge
enough to carry on his big Job been endowed to me, I would LOTS FOR SALE

and to protect the children be refuse to go \back Corner 110 x 110

visits against Infection, Santa He A dull (knife must be pressed Build on your lot Let my ynars of Experience guide and protect' you through
Claus has a chest X-rar.
against a grindstone in order thatit Life M A Lighthouse guide tht ship In A storm
urges support of the fight against may foe made sharp enough to or mine
TB through Christina Seal oeD fulfill its true ,purpose. God putsus WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SICK ME'
We of financingNO
tributlons. on the grindstone of life to care ,.
For Success in Business And Love
sharpen us for our true destiny, MONEY DOWN
which is to become fit to do His CONSULT HER -
LADIES SLIM DOWN IN earthly works. Cash paid for your lot or ''il
home made
0 You can now have your happy" l
YOUR HOME Yes, sweet are the uses of ad homeSEYMOUR Get and Hold the position you so long wantedDon't
versity if we understand our unhappy -
0 Stay in the rut, get out now
experiencesBaha'u'11ah: ,
STAUFFER Founder of the Baha'i Faith, mad BARON 0 By the help of God she can help you

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PAGE ,26 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1959 I I 4y ,

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1L Charles Hadley be held on the Sweeting Estate, ial Christmas gift for all attending served.-
will be
Lauder- and breakifast
2148 NW 48th St., Fort
Sepia. Mayor of Miami dale Christmas morning at 6:30. After the morning service will
music 'by the Dillard High be the annual Sweeting's motor-
r ; Extends Schcol chorus. Christmas messageby cade 'Where thousands of bags of
Season's _GreetingsTo the Rev. J. H Everette, pastorof candy will be given to the children -
all of his friends the Mt. Bethel Baptist Church all over town. Dr. Sweetingwill
visit the hospital, and
Guest soloists are Mrs. Eloise B. also
And well wishers Kemp 'of St. Agnes Church and the city and county Jail wherehe
of the Open Door will give a Christmas gift to
With the help of our many I Davis, president; Daisy Miller,II hcaK KatKK cK.KKarKa friends and the Food Fair, Stev-1 vice president; Mrs. Francis
ens Markets, Consumers, and Associated I Brahms, secretary; Mrs. L. Col-
Grocery stores, we( were lins, Jessie Cambridge, Julia Beale Season's Greetings IC[K tK tCllC tKK CKK L tltClC K tCtCtC !CII((KK K SK'RdC!C K 4KKK LK
able to share} food baskets (with i and Merian Smith Other officers F
57 famimss anB give fruit 8 WII Itt Ufa. Lnnrt Farquharson, W. Anti Best Wishes i
flowers to five{ shuit-Ins. I P. Faniel, Grace Smith and Mrs. The Season's Greetings I
Persons on photo: Mrs. Fred Marie Bethel For The

And Best Wishes For The New YearLenny's
''New Year

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Improved Education of all my

Patients and Friends
Pawn Shop

the Negro "Must"Louisville -

a Dr. G. W. Hawkins 903 N.W. 2nd Avenue.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsammmmmmmmmm

Ky. Negro educa- Dentist .
tors heard several warnings here The retiring association presi-
recently that "We come perilously A. Colston, 1018 N.W. 2nd Ave. ((tC K K L tK(KKKKKK
dent, Dr. James president YK tKK CK tC tCtCtCtCtCltC K IKKK I 4KK LK t RKK
clcse to sacrificing all equalities -
of the Knoxville College,
and all freedoms" unless
told the conference "time is run-
something is done to improve the I[r cmcr t txsnt tct t cscxxx ac taKKKKK
ning out on us" in the drive to
education of Negro youth. get Negro colleges admitted to I KKK IKK R CK IKK (4K t IK Polite's Cafe
Addressing the 26th annual membership to the Southern As-
conference of UA Association of sociation cif Colleges and Secondary SEASON'SqREETiNqS'
Colleges and Secondary Schoolsat Schools.A .

Central High School, Dr. Hor- total of 34 Negro' colleges 1038 N.W. Second Avenue
ace Mann Bond, dean of the
have been to
School of Education, Atlanta three dur-
in the past'
University, declared, "Indeed, all ing which time a special committee Extends Best Wishes For a Very
lines, not only for ourselves. but has worked to evaluate Negro

fir whether the universe"the educational may depend perfor-on schools applying for member- '<:!Itrtftt1naLIAnd
ship.! The committee will be dis- Ierry: }
is Improved
of Negro -
solved at the end of 1961 j
and with immediacy. there are presently 31 collegesyet a

Nearly 200 educators. from 18 to gain acceptance.

states heard the former LincolnPa. Meanwhile Dr. Carl F. Hanson,
( .) University president score the superintendent of Washington, :In.nt 1rLui41r1ntth Nau 't ar
inadequate education, setting D.C., public schools, told the
tone for several 'other eminent
the academic performance
speakers. of Washignton students has The Finest.Foods at Common Sense Prices .
Quoting from a report to the since
shown marked improvement
Association. by Dr. J. St. Clair
desegregation: of schools. .
Price, retired Howard Universitydean

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By ELLIOTT .J, PIEZE Fred Burton, Miami won over .

'Carrying the tight all the way Jafle Biggins, WPB.

and defending himself well in, Jack Sinatra, NYC, won
the pinches: Jack Sinatra, 156, Moses Shaw!' over
Now, York, won a unanimous, decision .'
over Sonny Tellechea, 163 Sonny Telechea, Miami, knocked -
of Miami, in the 4-round main out Bob McCray, Charleston,
attraction -Monday night on the SAC
weekly boxing show at the Pal
ace: Arena. Sinatra was in com Holy Redeemer .,
mand, all the way over Tellechea.I "
Cagers Play
In the other feature bout of .
the evening Eddie Ludlow, 133,I St. Michael's
Miami,_.won a TKO_ over Jona- The Holy Redeemer Hawks
tnan jua uaiior, 139, Miami, at ,played the Saint Michael
the I beginning elf the third roundof saders in Catholic .
a scheduled 4rounder.In competition last Thursday: afternoon ... and
other bouts the following In the first half Holy Re- .
were the results: Davie Fleming, deemer scored 18 to St. Michael's
135, Atlanta, won a TKO over 5. Eighteen more" points were ]
Jim Dixon at the beginning of scored in the third period for
the 3rd round of 3rounder.. Holy Redeemer. St. Michael 1.\11tt
6 to make the score 3611.
Willie James, 141, Greenvile, In the final period Holy Re-
Fla. 'won a TKO over Artie Bell, deemer tallied only 8 and St.
137, Fargo, Ga. In 1:11: % of the Michael 3. The final score 44-14,
first round of a 3-rounder. Holy Redeemer.The .
players of the A team are:
Pancho Tellechea, 158, Miami, Carroll Williams, captain; James
knocked out Darrell Morrence, Bullard, co-captain; Wilbur Cole-
160 of Cleveland, In 1:24: of the man, Cornelius James and Don- CONVENTION
2nd round of a 3rounder. old Raye. the National .
The B team Albert will discuss his
John Morgan, 142 Jacksonville Doyle, Paul boule of
Wyche, Anthonk Alpha
won a TKO over Bryant James and Gray, Ralph association of
Linder, 135, Miami at the begin- The C Stuart. Sinton Hotel, Dec.
Elmore "
ning of the 2nd round of a 3-, Robert Teems : Phlpot, Fund will be
rounder. Wayne Rollins, Basileus. An
Herman Jenkins and William ships during AKA's
Davie Bejack, 161, Cut-And- Richardson.
Shoot, Ga. won a TKO over Eegf Carroll Williams tallied 24!
Saunders In 1:3: of the third. points; in the game to be the high' I Post Office

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scared a TKO ever Willis Kirkland --------------------- r Christmas
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TKO over Emi Kirkland '
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by Dennis Mc6enty4 Executive Director National
.e.* .a.'
o et>mmltte on Alcoholism Inc. \ oak

With four and a half rnilftm!! alcoholics protects hfm against the physical 1 bUETINb
the Ur led States has the [I third of Ms fllness.I .
largest alcohoftm rate 1n the world. I Nut he must learn to disciplinehfs
Only twelve per cent of these peo-, em.lons and intellect. This '
pie, however, are found 1h cktd s i implies a whole re-education of happy
row. 88 per cent of our ohoRcs I(TthfnkTng an4i l emotional reactions, For a .
are hidden sufferers t mring next' order to treat the second third . and many bath
door to you, in the apartment above I fIn' h'?. $lneM.the psychological mas
you, the house down the street.'' .. for years to come l
One out of every five and a half!I r' TO DO these things, he must ac-
of them is a ;(cept'Jflnself $1 hunfflity as he is of us here to oil of
man. Is it through what AA calls a "personal
wonder then w..1 t I inventory" of ift" adequacies andlnadequacle.s. Eureka
Js considered I and he must walk
major j national with his hand in the hand of God. Barber Shop
health problem! a.1 j s I Thus he treats the last third of his 6888 N.W. 15th
ALCOHOLISM 1 ; I illness.If '
.a triple disease: however, 200,000 alcoholics in I st ._.I Is1w7 .Afi > .

physical, mental the world have recovered, why in st7KKKKKKKrKKKKK ',
and hit L rctJ.rfi
'p u'a America alone are four and a half
tragedy of million of them still hidden away
alcoholism has baffled our think-
in tragedy-haunted homes
ing for over two thousand years
because we have never treated the IT IS because the social sterna
alcoholic patient as a whole. We attached to the alcoholic has blinded 82
have treated only one-third of his most people to the full threefold
nature of the disease. In far/t, the
illness at a time, and so, two-
thirds unhealed, he has relapsed saddest offenders are most often -
again and again. the family, even those who want
Defeated and despaired of, the desperately to do the right thing. built-
alcoholic Victim himself, with his Although the alcoholic's core illnessis wall
fellow outcasts, only two decades a deep sense of inadequacy, insecurity *
ago distilled from his own bitter' and self-depreciation, the
experience a remedy which finally family's attitudes toward him or
treats the patient. a whole. This her are often so wrong, to defeat-
Is the way of life prescribed by Ing, that they perpetuate the very
Alcoholics Anonymous in its Twelve need-to-escape which drives the
Suggested Steps to Recovery.TO alcoholic to drink. t
BEGIN, the sobered alcoholic Alcoholics Anonymous help those
must avoid, not the second or tenth, alcoholics who knowledge, their ,A.
but the very- first drink: -one day problem and wrmt to do something ow
at a time U For, sooneror about it AA Family Groups
later, it Is the first drink that throughout the world help the members -
sets Into gear the inevitable physiological of families- who recognit and
craving for more and more. accept the problem by htlpmc 6840
TJhis twenty-four hour resistance ,them to help themaelres.. 1

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MIAMI nMr..s'f"ts' N 'W\' "rer" I Book MonthCtilabration month.A .
o fitting climax to Boot Week I Have You a
PAGE 28Between SCt11) V.4 \} 'M\\ 1? 1 1>>l'n i ip I at was held on Nov. 30 In the auditorium .

....... __ when an overflow of parents Drinking Problem?
= u --=---- .. __ ... ___ou I if Hour
skit "An
Bunchc the
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,ANttae thu &ttti Uj\ manf activities related physical education department.
The Lines \a b*ofc' tea tttq and education Over 50 children's bocks were IKKxK CKKKKKKKKKKK(K[KK RKO
'MH *>Uy' :* Ue remembered cs- read by the children in preparation -
C"b 1V _ wedA\l\ ? those held &t the BunchoPMk for this skit which consisted -
x--81)' 'HX'tttffifc'fc fttfr/'Np-o ''' h-' -
Elementary\ School of dances and dramatization.
.... ...... .......... ..........., .... ... ..., .... ..... ......... "' .... \ the hvcnth: A month celebration during This was a beautiful example of 1I 1\
THE GREAT DESTfcftYKfe hAl which\ Included many varied physical education department.Mrs .
-- -- - --- 't and Interesting programs:: Fannie Crosby and Harold I
AI trta conclusion of thaa.. Jn keying<< with tho theme, Mitchell .are physical education,
W -\mU!C3nQr., tIft e et OOt, "Go >Explore With Books,' many Instructors, Delorese Harts is librarian -
great naval herees lticltmtd 1ftbse,7 \ types of programs were plannedto Anti Mrs Sylvia Lambertis
} wrote a brochure etttttlt t
moot< the needs of this com- principal
*Th$ Great Destroyer" It way a munity which has no library facilities ......
vtvid portrayal of alcohol as theE.cny for adults : CHRISTMAS .. ..
No. One of our Tat On Nov. 7, a special faculty Hurry for ChristmasBLESSINGS .
American heritage. Of course he meeting was devoted to books GREETInGS
was speaking the lanjuafie of the with emphasis on science books.
avowed prohibitionist and his Students, parents and faculty
position placed him squarely in members combined their talents JOHN STARR At this glad time, we
the forefront of world attention with the librarian and
along reviewed ,
1 to 3 DAY BLESSING wish all our
If Hobson lived today he would over 150 science books want to
have to concede that not alcohol, r which are found In the library. $25.00OTHER' really fine
but race prejudice is the Great Other activities held during BLESSINGS customers a

Destroyer of the American ideal, the month were: A Storytelling $5.00 to $20.00P. New Year.Poitier's .
the ideal that made our nation w. Festival, and puppet show, and
great -and our civilization splen- all teachers used some characters O. Box 1922
did.With Dean Gordon/ B. Hancock from bookland to decorate Day Nurseryand
Cleveland 6 Ohio
our vaunted democracy their picture window during the Kindergarten
gainsaid in the uttermost put SW 19600BLESSINGS
of the earth and with communism JJor (superiority but (being born IrKroKKKKKKK KKKKKKVL7iKKK11 1480 N.W. 69th 'St.

battering at our very doors in Ahite, is an axe laid at the roots You are never helped PL 1-2659
the current Cuban situation we Cf( the moral tree of life. Such Unless You Try
are decidedly on the defensive in spurious teachings on race super- tKKKK KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKta
the world of today. Castro withth iority can easily explain the ram-
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!: page now taken by the Juvenile
his! belt and his procommunist delinquents and vandals that are
leanings flaunted to the threatening to overthrow our so-
world presents America a studyin ciety. .
communist-Democratic rela- The wonder is not that they HopeMissionary
tions that should stir this nationto are currently bad but that they '
its depths. I are not worse with such hideous CHRISTMAS
With its race prejudice and the examples of the massive resisters Baptist .
vagaries thereof, we Americans against the laws of the land. Negroes GREETinGS
have lived to see out vaunted are being taught that in order -
democracy despised in the hin- to achieve in the world, one Church
terlands of the earth. What was must have something, know At this glad time, we
at the conclusion of World WarI something or be something.
tha desire of all nations! has want to wish all our
become a bv-word and a mock- Theyoung whites are taught I 3 6600 N.W. 15th Avenue .
erv among the nation I that having something! and know- customers a really fine
Tf we trace the tragic changein ing something and being some- New
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vaunted democracy, we can find damental thing is being born
the explanation in the behaviorof with a white skin. This is to teach CommunityShoe
our great nation in obeisance the white youth the past of the Shine Parlor
to the dictates of race orejudlce.' least resistance which has never
Race prejudice has all but des- led, does not now, and never will 6662 N.W. 15th Ave. Dea. Vandell Bovan, Rec. Sec To you and to those near
trrwed OUT bcasted democracyand lead anywhere but to national and'dear to you we wish .
destruction. George (Ham) Cunningham J Dea. Ernest L. Scott, Fin. Sec.
when it I is! finally dead we the joy and peace

can it. say that race prejudice killed_ The white youth cf the land t'tKxKKK' K+RKKKKKKKKKKKKKKQ 1 Dea. Henry L. Jefferson only Christmastime canbring.
deserves a better fate than that : KKK CK CKKKK CKKKKKKKKKKKM the happiness
With the laws of our lands which will befall if race prejudice f Chairman .Deacon Board May
cruclfVd on the cross of race is carried to its lo prejudice and our Suoreme Court clusion, that white/ skin' is the pi.r ( Rev. James E. Brown, Pastor youall the
smeared and besmirched and highest good. Sn"h teanh'nas year.
abused and disparaged becauseits contravene the teachings of Moses << \\t

ruling were against the dic- and the Prophets and the life .
tates of color ""prejudice' we have and teachings< cf Jesus Christ. ---.. $-'
presented to the world a pictureof When race nreliH'r' tiks A>as? 1aIaAAIaAD. 7o7aT ;?+ >akf.x.7ol ml k Afaf A7alofil laliKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK
national hvprocrisv that! makes precedence of the teachings of ..
the heart sick to contem-olate. JPSUS Christ, well mav the nations ,
The current wave of crime and mourn, for the destruction
vandalism and juvenile delinquency of mankind Is only a matter of
Is but the reflection of a time. The great destroyer is nit
state of mind And morals con- alcohol, as bad as it may bnocordnr -
ceived in unmitigated race pre- to the late 'Richmond With an ap.
judice. P. Hob cn of St>anl h-American
The current flagrant atroeal' to war, fame but race prejudice' preciative
race prHiHHfp to stem the tide with its dire moral destruction.It past favors, we extendour
of moral is ..,.,. 'Wl
a new awakening / \b "
forgotten that
must not be sincere wishes to .
sickening Far more damage that Neigroes! as! well ai whites have a .1
will be done to Negroes is thedama2'e stake, in the moral breakdown of you and yours.Beautyrama. M:ERRY CHRISTMAS .
done to the younger generations the natkn.
of whites who are tn- TO ALL! We
nrvent sufferers from a situa- V

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To nni!on the fountain of life.
of white youth i is the Trent tragedy -i COSMETICSAlso YVONNE CAMPBELL f tell you what we would

of the current tragic situation.To MARY FAUST e like to say to you i indi
nuke a young white person HELEN STRACHAN i
feel that there 1 Is only one great GRACE WESTMORELANDEMMA vidually-with a warm
crime and that Is the crime of Miami Times NewspaperCall RODRIQUEZ, Prop. / handclasp. We
being born black is conceivablyone
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and /
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MIAMI TIMES-"Th Peopl' Newspaper" Book MonthCelebration month.
I A fitting climax to Book Week Have You a
PAGE 28 SATURDAY: DECEMBER 19, 1959 at was held on Nov. 30 in the auditorium .
I when an overflow of ca- Drinking Problem?

Bunche ,Park School rents saw the. skit, "An Hour
of Story Book Dreams" whichwas
November has come and gone held in cooperation with the Call OK 1-1278
but the many activities relatedto physical education department.Over .
Between The Lines. books, reading and educationwill 50 children's bocks were t xxa.aexxKKeee ea eatacA .
always be remembered especially read by the children in preparation -
I those held at the Bunche for this skit which consisted -
By HANCOCK for ANP- Park Elementary School duringthe of dances and dramatizaton.This .
month A month celebrationof was a beautiful example of
Book and Education Week integrating books along with the
THE ,GREAT DESTROYERAt held .which Included many vari- physical education department.
ed and interesting programs. Mrs Fannie Crosby and Harold
the conclusion of the Span- Jn keeping with the theme, Mitchell .are physical education
ish-American war, one of our "Go Explore With Books,' many instructors, Delorese Harte is librarian -
great naval heroes, Richmond P.Hctoson types of programs were plannedto and Mrs Sylvia Lambertis
wrote a brochure entitled meet the needs of this com- (principal:
"The Great Destroyer." It was a munity which has no library facilities .....
vivid 'portrayal of alcohol as the for adults. CHRISTMAS .. ..
Enemy No. One of our great On Nov. 7, a special faculty Hurry for ChristmasBLESSINGS
American heritage. Of course he meeting was devoted to books GREETin&S
was speaking the language of the with emphasis on science books.
avowed I prohibitionist and his Student-, parents and faculty
position :placed him squarely In members combined their talents JOHN STARR At this glad time, we
the forefront of world attention librarian! and
with the
along reviewed -
to wish our
If Hobson lived today he would I over 150 science books want to
have to concede that not alcohol, which are found In the library. $25.00OTHER' fine
but race prejudice Is the Great Other activities held during BLESSINGS customers a

Destroyer of the American ideal,i the month were: A Storytelling $5.00 to $20.00 New Year.Poitier's .
the ideal that made our' nation I wr I Festival, and puppet show, and
great 'and civilization P. O. Box 1922
our splen- --- all teachers used some characters -
did.With 4 Dean Gordon B. Hancock from bookland to decorate Day Nurseryand
Cleveland 6 Ohio
our vaunted democracy s their picture window during the Kindergarten
gainsaid in the uttermost part, 6\V 19600BLESSINGS
of the earth and with communism Jflor (superiority but being born( 1480 N.W. 69th St.

battering at our very doors In '. hate, is an axe laid at the roots t You are never helped 1-2659
the current Cuban situation we cif the moral tree of life. Such Unless You Try PL
are decidedly on the defensive in I spurious: teachings on race super- IKKKKKKK 4K..KDCK(K KK.KKKtdMKKK
the world' of today. Castro with iority can easily explain the ram-
tha Cubwi! counter-revolution t [ ( ( iKKKKKKKKK(K tK.K(C.KKKK
page now taken by the juvenile
updv his belt and his procommunist delinquents and vandals that are
leanings flaunted to the threatening to oyeithrouf our so-
world pr ents America a study ciety. .
in communist-Democratic rela- The wonder Is not that they New HopeMissionary
tions that should stirtthis nation are currently bad but that they .
to its depths. are not worse with such hideous CHRISTMASGREETIOGS
With its racy prejudice and the examples of the massive resisters Baptist -, '
vagaries thereof we Americans against the laws of the 1 land. Ne-
have lived tlslie out vaunted groes are being taught that in order -
democracy despised In the hinterlands to achieve in the world, one Church
of the aarth. What was must have something, know At this glad time, we
at the<< conclusion of World War something: or be something. rG'I
I th* desire of all nUons, has want to wish all our
Theyoung whites taught 6600 N.W. 15th Avenue
become a bv-wprd and a mockery are I
nation l hat having something and knowing customers a really fine
# ,Tf are trace the tratfic change something and being some-
In world oroinion concerning our thnj. are Incidental, but the fun- New Year. i Phone OX 1.8832
vaunted dean,"cracv' we can find djmntal thing is being born v$4 -T.
the explanation in the behaviorof with a white skin. This is to teach CommunityShoe ,
our prpat nation' in obeisance the white vouth the past of tho! Shine Parlor
to the<< dictates of race or ''udice. least resistance which has never
Race preludlce has all but destroyed -I, led, does not now, and never will 6662 N.W. 15th Ave. Dea. Vandell l| Bovan, Rec. Sec. To you and to those near
our bcasted: democracy lad anywhere but to national and dear to you we wish .
destruction.The George (Ham) Cunningham Des Ernest L. Scott, Fin. Sec.
and when It is;? finally dead we t and peace that
can say that race prejudice killed' t't K'RK' (KKKK.KKKKKKKKKOI
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deserves a better fate than that I xK rt K.KKrK(KKKKKrtK[.M
With the laws of our lands which will befall. if race prejudice ' ". Chairman .Deacon Board bring. May the happiness
cruc f'lf''>d on the cross of race is carried to Its loci I"al conclusion I \, 'i' of this.season remain withyouall
prejudice and our Supreme: Court that a !White skin' is the Rev James E. Brown, Pastor the
smeared and besmirched and highest good. S'"-"h tesch'n's' .0-4' year.
abused and disparaged because contravene the teachings of Moses .
its ruling were against the dic- and the Prophets!! and *h! life ... .
tates of color "prejudice, we have and teachings cf Jesus Christ. -1-,1-- :,
presented tn the world a picture When race nrelnH'f' takas Alol fal A AAAAAhTI k S AAof)ax lola>r>a >o1a>oh>ofof ?s>tesKKKKKKrKKKKKKKKKKK
of national hvprocrisv that makes (precedence of the teachings of .
the heart sick' to contp-nrolate.' Jesus Christ, well may the nations KK. L RKKKKKKKKKKK.K [ KKr'.c.

ThP current wave of crime and mourn, for the destruction"
vandalism and Juvenile delinquency of mankind Is only a matter of
Is but the reflection of a time. The great destroyer is nit
state of mind and morals conceived alcohol, as bad as it may bnocp'rdnir '! -
in unmitigated race pre- to the late Richmond' With an ap MHHIAOSM
judice. P. Hob cn of Soani ;h-American i thanks for
The current flagrant, appeal' to war, fame but race prejudice preciative
race prelwttrp to stem the tide with its dire moral destruction.It past favors, we extendour

of a new moral awakening: Is must not be forgotten tint sincere wishes to ## "1 WN !
sldrenlne' Far damage th* twill
mor .
Negroes! as well as whites have a .
bfr done to Negroes Is the stake' In the moral breakdown of you and yours.Beautyrama. .. .
damage! done to the younger generations the naticn.
of whites who are 'Innocent -
from a situation -

nrt of their' own rmkln For The Highest in 6821 N.W. 15th Ave. want this message to
To nol!on the fountain of Ute '
of wrote vouth Is the Treit tragedy COSMETICS YVONNE CAMPBELL t' tellyouwhatwewould

of the current tragic situation.To MARY FAUST like to say to you individually -
mike a young white person Also HELEN STRACHAN 6'III
feel that there Is only one great GRACE WESTMORELANDEMMA r -with a warm
crime and that Is the crime ofbeing Miami Times NewspaperCall RODRIQUEZ, Prop. I !
handclasp. We
born black. is conceivably appre
fa ?a>v9Olola7lAlallAf lila I f IoftK
of the worst moral
one blights ciate
that could befall the youth of the YUkon 3.5681 ; R RKKK (KKKKK KKK [KK[KKK1R your patronage
land. "SA 1\"DS" CIIRISTMAS1I during the past year 7/
To hold before the white youth i and
the ideal that nothing Is required our only hope is

that it will continue

ENROLL NOW IN I . that we will cometo

know you better, to
I serve you better.

a Life Long Profession

Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School .

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(Stephens q hnstmnsrecnngs. Elliott Roland

Amanda Thompson Eugene Moye
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Johnson Trapp, Jr -- Jane White
William Scavella '. ".1\,\
S Elois Kemp ,.
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B B Charles Storr : I Mary Lewis iJJ

B B Lydia Williams "' p Mary Arline i

B Alfred DeMeritt I Frank Cowan Jr. ,.,

B B Jack Monroe ,' I Carlton Cushion :P

i; James SarrottChristopher I ,o ,' Betty Dawsey 9
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Sawyer v Robert Dickson

Cajvin Spencer I j ''I, James Hyler /

B Ezell Sullivan", Willie Mitchell A

William LaRoda George Richards I ,

Emerald Wing Claude Solomon I

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B B: Lottie Holmes 1 i I it I Harold Wright 'i!

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d Mary Lewis ; LL"t" 11 Thomas Brown I

,;& Harry Daniels Willie Franklin

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Ruth Phillips .. Percy Williams Jr. Ie
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James Carey' .
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UfeU the human nee. Let us, In our joy. .
Inc that ever "'.11
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MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" .

Sunlight ChitChatBy
PAGE 30 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1959 Mrs. Bessie Cato # UNIFORMS .

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Dear With Friends.the coming of January, $1.00 to $3.00. .., ,.. .
Around MiamiBy 1960 Sunlight School of Beauty .
VALUES TO $9.00 ,
Culture will enter into its 24th* .

year of cosmetology. NATIONALLY FAMOUSDRESSES .;..
The graduating class of 1959
DAVE (Mr. Swing) OONDU.ML..N.HNN.MY..NN wish to extend a hearty congrat- ..

. -------- ulations to Mr. and Mrs. Julius
and staff.
' WITH THE CLASSIC gone Sunlight represents 'an Insti-
and now Christmas is upon us, I tution that everyone of this com- ,$1.00 to $5.00 .
it hardly gives a chance to get -- ---- munity and abroad can well be
back to earth. Everybody is hold. proud of and highly appreciate.On VALUES TO $35.00
ing on tight to the ole) Christmas presents and what Famous Corner -where Con- shown of our school and the MI- Children and Men Clothing
have you; then there !s another nie Farmer has Jimmie Hines ami Barbers' College May we
hectic weekend coining up. Yep I and his orchestra swinging with wish the &school continued suc APPAREL WHOLESALERS

New Year's Eve with the going Jimmy the organ on Is organ.the thing(Seems this year that) cess.On 127 N.W. 2nd St. (Take elevator to 2nd floor)
out of 1959, we move forward to Friday we are observingclass
another year and more progress Frank "Bkck Buster" LeGree day and a'Christmas party. Phone FR 7.2943 FASHION MART BUILDING
I hope that your troubles fox and Lady Regina are working Gifts will be given to, all stu- I
1959 were small ones, and for there also. This is a good show, dents. School will be closed Sat- .
1960 you will have nothing but with Frank doing the vocals and urday, Dec. 19 until January 4. KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK C.KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKMERRY
the best of health and success. Regina taking care of the hip- And may we wish everyone a CHRISTMAS TO ALL
tossing depart. Merry Christmas and a healthy,
AFTER HAVING been stricken Up the street there is the new prosperous and peaceful New
in Cuba. Thomas (Slim) Ban- Palace, which to me is very pret- Year.
nlister has come borne. I am proudto ty. They have a swinging band Until next, year, God bless you.' Booker T. Shoe Store
say that Slim was missed bya and a fair show, but they lack
and he customers. We feel that is because ,
whole lot of folk, has
many, many friends who inquired of the location. I think Y's Men's Club 1190 N.W. 3rd Avenue
of him daily. We are all gladto this is ally, for the owners put
this there, and it is not in CHRISTMAS TREE SALES
know that he is back on good place "Run-Rite to Booker T."
ole U. S. soil, and is recuperating the Pool. The Palace is in another Helps YOUth i
nicely. Slim has been more thana building and will seat approximately Headquarters For Fine
good friend to me, and in my 1,500 people with an BUY YOUR TREE TODAY
elevated band stand. The custo- S Christmas Gifts for Mama
small wav I say, "Welcome home,
B7TH. STREET & 15th AVE.
from the Pool will not put
Buddy Boy. foot in the Palace (it's too nice), tKKKKKKKKK i And The Kids

PRETTY of I the Week: and starting Jan. 18-, big name f
'Madge Wilson . Pretty Boy of bands are expected to be on the j Ladies Shoes and HandbagsChildren's
the Week: Al Miller (Sir John Palace bill Never condemn a f
Bartender) . Policeman of the place until you have given it a Cowboy Boots
Week: Sit Clint Williams (sincehe chance. Go by and look in sometime Stockings and Socks

ain't dead) . Secretary of ,
the Week: Doris Miller.QUESTIONAIRE The Clulb Mi is a little farther
' out and managed by K. C. Smith jeer CHA-CHA BOOTS IN MANY STYLES
DEPT. What with W. C. Baker's group holding ,
popular, well known doctor is their own. Little Clara Jay brings Infants Dress-up Shoes
known as "Sweet Slumber?" Will her song stylings, and for the CHRISTMAS'
Clvde Klllens present the Fe Christmas and New Year's 10- .
male Impersonators Show in day period, "Miss It" will return GREETinGS " : Open Christmas Day Til 1 p.m.
February? What public relations I in the "Queen and I", along ,
man at Ja local hotel digs calypso with Flip Wilson doing the gags. Open Christmas Week TII 9 p.m.
with gin and coconut water? Finally "Miss It", in case you don't knowis At I
the big question: What Chickle Home (Madame Effie this glad time, we Saturday Til 10 p.m.-Sunday Til 1 p.m. I"

m. kes Ch'rkie' Home run? An- Throckbottom) with yours trulyas want to wish all our f AA>sI AllkAhmAAf 7 AAAfail AmlakAAl x xhloDo A.AAAAmA AAIof.AIImfIloAlofpf
swer: Sailors. M. C. and pianist for Chlckie.
That's where the Queen and I customers a really fine 1al .lA71laA.tA7a7tmAAfa..:..AA1o.A..I.A.Bf l o2a
OVER leaf week-end, I acme in. I don't want in overdoit.
paid! a visit to some of the local but with Chickle at the Club New Year.May's Season's
Ml, will see one of the best Greetings . .
nl.(>"'(,5. Fiat:: the Sir John you
Lounw+ to dig Count Lewis on shows in town and ChJckle has Beauty 'Chest ..
. thA Hammond Organ along with added impersonations of Pearl 6833 NW. 15th Ave. To All Our Friends And Patrons
Erc! Miller! on guitar and vocals; Bailey, Dinah Washington, Billie OX 1.7271 r
en the other side in Studio 2, Holiday and others to his reper MRS. BERTHA SNEED
which' to me seems to be all toire. MRS. ELLEN DAYS AND '
mlveorl un, with a bunch of beat Hey; let's drive around the MRS. WILMITH GOODMOND
"nik"! :: *nrt calytwo; lovere. I'm still corner on 62nd st. to 23rd ave. Proprietors
In the dark. However, Fish Ray to hear Leroy Lang and his combo N
'any his! calypso group do a won- with Oliver Davis and EttaJones MlCeclCec .
r'offu1. Irb of bringing a little of on vocals Leroy and his
*f*.-*!t"7 to. Miami. One of the entertaining and swinging group
h' 'hMshts Is a battle between have been at the Club Royale for 44.1 a
Fl!!:h on wash; tub and Slide on quite a while new, and doing a I II
!roons; which T'm sure you will good business. CLYDE II II I
enlov. Later the trend in calypso Yes, indeed, there are plentyof KILLENS I
1 fee broken and Bahama Mama is places to go, so without me '.
brfusht forth to do some real being partial to any one place, +
torchy tunes. except the one I'm in (I can't I
help that) I say, let's visit all of I
Around the corner, Clyde Kil- the clubs and have a ball for the Proudly ,tie\ '' r 1
I lens' Fiesta Room Is swingingwith holidays. Feel the spirit of Christ- PresentsAt I
Davy Jones and his orchestra mas with Peace on Earth goodwill II
featuring Sammy Early on toward all men . be hap- MISII''A' Ii II I
ran; B'bby, Marshall is the py and loving during the holidays The rk I/ / i
MC. and he presents a wonderful toward each other and remember I
show. Seems that about that . Live life, every '
t'me you're hungry and a good golden minute of it. PEACE. I I
place for food is Baby Combs' I! Fiesta Club i
place cn 2nd ave. between 9th
and 10th streets. I had the gol- Have You a
darnest meal and ate like a pig. Fri Sat, Sun
Drinking Problem? ,
If. you dig "rib sticks," try I Ii
Combs' place Thev serve meals Call OX 1.1278 3fsSSOalES i
that really stick with you.MNMNN.NN.


ClinicLicensed .'f. MOORE "
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Sensational Singer and yA

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Amateur Show t'
Every "TuesdayThursday Through Service We Grow .

Call FR 3.3381 for an appointment Nite Coleman's Gulf Service StationsR.

Everything FREE C. Coleman, OwnerNo.

'" .: 1-1628 N.W. Third Avenue Phone FR 9=:8637 ';f : ,

SWEDISH MASSAGE.. .\ ? Bobby Marshall, M. C. ARTHUR COLEMAN, Manager .* Za If '.: -

.The Finest Entertainment at No. 2-276 N.W. Fifth Street Phone FR 9-0118
FOR BOTrfMEN.-AND-WOMEm I. Popular Prices

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11 "GOOD OLD THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"

Moslem Head World'sBiggest

NationLAGOS indicting these men," Roberts
Negro SUSPENDED said. '"If the state of Florida lets I Make Your Child's Gift
these men down, we (won't have
STARKE Eleven guards at any guards left and we /won't be Lasting
,, Nigeria A turbaned
Raiford Prison, charged with able to hire any" I
Moslem 'appeared Monday to have mistreatment of prisoners, !were En'roll on Saturday, Jan. 9
solidated his (position as premierof suspended Wednesday despite a
Miss Lula 10 to 2 p.m.
the world'sbiggest Negro nation -! M politician's 'plea that "they're
wtch becomes independent! good old Cracker boys." For New ClassesIn
m October. Bride of Morgan
ty All of thQ 11 were indicted bya .
Returns ifrom Saturday's election tfederal grand Jury Tuesday Music Art Drama Danceat
gave Premier Abubakar following an investigation! of riotsat Tharpe, Jr.Announcement .
Balewale's Northern People's Ralf&rd- between June and
Congress 101 of the 312 seats in October of 1958. has been made Liberty City YMCA ,
the new House of Representatives here byfro and Mrs. Yorick 6770 N.W. 1Bth Ave. .
to 88 (for the National Council cos.t II* C0 Cochran, state (prison Kemp of the marriage of their
and 54 (for the Acticn group. director, said the men will not daughter, Miss hula Kemp to Tot's Town '
Most of the districts in doubt bo permitted to return to theft Morgan Tharpe Jr., in (Brooklyn, .
were centers of Abubakar Jib until they have been cleared ff.Y. on Dec. 14. The Rev. Dr.Gerald Richmond Heights .
strength. of the charges. .. White performed the care-
mony. The bridegroom Is the son .'
Abubakar has !been (premier Th suspension and the indictments of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tharpe .' .
ever since the !post wais created in came under Immediate! I Sr. of Hawklnsvllle! Ga. A >vA.1aAAArAalalpIs.* .
1957, and the election results attack ,from Rep. Clarence! O. I Tho matron of Jionior was SEASON'S GREETING .
made it appear that he will continue -! y Roberts (,f Lake Butler a mem- Mrs. Lculs! Lowerand the best .
in office after Nigeria be- ber of the legislative prisons committee man. Emmett Youell, both of
comes independent. II I II whfch! also Investigated I Brooklyn. After a wedding trip COMBS' .
I I the riots. the couple will reside !In Brock-

NAACP TO Gordon Rich points t. sign "I I I He said h Q know most of them lyn. LUNCHEONETTE
A'tr-1 ,n under suspicion! and they
Want to Grow t.
APPEALVIRGINIA up to > an ark Just gourd old cracker (boys." 943 N.W. 2nd Ave.
line Pilot" during New York I Register to

CORE airline Mist "I object to the federal gov- _
:protest. major Your Vote is NeededKKKKKKKKKKKKKK _ _
RULING QrnanWl, ,r 'mTng dewq bore and S
airlines do net hire Negroesas
imomibers of flight crews. i ( (KKKKKKKKKKKKKK(tK tKKKKKKKKKKKKKKv _
RHQKIMOND' Va. The State I
Corporation Commission has rul- .
ed that the National. Association .
This is It
for the Advancement of Colored
People must open Its membership .
lists and records (for inspection The Nu Wave Beauty Salon!I

by the commission. specializing in tinting, cutting, :
waving and setting any style giv-
SBut\ Oliver W. Hill of Richmond
I e
en, located at 1775 NW 54th .
:an attorney :fcr the NAACP in.. e
'Virginia, says he will appeal the St. next to Suds! or Duds Wash
decision to the State Supreme Rack. Phone OX 1-2613. Carrie

Court within. the prescribed 60 Greene, PrQ)., operator, Olara
days. White.

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At Popular Prices
Lunches 50a up 1

May an Angel Chorus J4..tic Half price under for 12 children

Bring Your Heart a Complete soda fountain

T service
Song of Christmas Joy. Open Daily and Sunday

7 un. to 12 Mtdntte

Rolle's Barber Shop iKKKKKKKK'GK K tKKKKYKKKq''.

REV. HARRY ROLLE. PROP. .- -. .- .- -.
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The Rev J, Harvey Armstrong, &a a7 l A AAIom Z f I AA a r7aalaf> FOR SALE
member of the South Florida
Conference of the African Meth- r I'Cf !CKKKKKKXK CK'IKKKKK.
odist Episcopal Church, will be I
guest speaker, using ai his theme !
"The Great Expectancy of Advent I
." Sunday 11 a.m., Dec. 20 at
Bbenezer Methodist Church, located CAL'S BAR AND GRILL.
at 3rd ave. at 11th St., the
Rev. Aaron Douglas Hall, pastor 6006 N.W 22nd Avenue Move in For Christmas

tKKKKKK!'c KKKKrKKKKKKtlt4attLfrfl' NE 3-9105 e .

f Alofif l>t a tAl f A1 l ftA f a I a>of l *tA AI I>t>t a tAf *l+a.
Direct From Bulfder

And Save

These are the beet buys In the new Orchard Villa area. Prices

and terms reduced for you In time to get your Homestead Ex. TYPE HOME ,. .

emptlon-CALL NOW, I

,BEAUTIFUL CORNER HOME Carporte, tile bath, knotty V
NEAR ORCHARD VILLA SCHOOL. 3 bedroom, carport and a
pine electric kitchen tile
yard like a park. Low down payment on FHA ttrme. ,
roof built-in and .
oven range.

$ 1400 N.W. 57TH STREET. Open Saturday and Sunday. See this Connections for heat .
nice home. Last one In Mils nice section, 3 bedroom, on corner Near Burdine'sPlaygrounds .

lot, low FHA terms .
and buses
As you gather 'round DAY NURSERY, N.W.

your tree, may all May we lake this opportunity to KINDERGARTEN.' Price reduced Owner wants offer. Must be

trouble and Here'swishing worries sold now, call me on this ,for s good deal now Fully equipped $750 Down

disappear. and and ready to make money.
thank patronage
you the best you your
of everything for the ONLY $895 DOWN Monthly payments like rent

hoUdarle&lOl11 Christmas NEW N.W. 66TH STREET AREA. Very nice 2 bedroom, with
wish you a very Merry
Florida room. Could be used M third bedroom. Near bus an6echoola.
1545 N.E. 152nd Terr'

HEASTIE and a prosperous New Y..,.
2 NICE LOTS In Lincoln City. Also dna nice lot In Carver Washington Park

. TRANSFER Richond Heights Ranchee. Low price.GUI North Miami Beach

3000 N.W. 49th Street 14518 Lincoln Blvd. For Information callB.

Phone CEdar 5-2551 PLaza 7-8250 .
4-5910 JE 1-6928
Phone NE
Lowrie TU 7-108C
Olivia Edwards, pharmacist Realty ,
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