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Title: Miami Times
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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 26, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00682
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
isbn - 0739-0319

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I I Chicago' Whites Vote Hubby Chases Wife; 2 )::,'>:.::; :

,Down Integrated Housing Cars Go Into Canal ,/\;}. .,:.>. ':,<, .

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DEEKFTELD HI. an> all- Rosle Lee Horne, 48, of 1580 the first ,oar that hit ,the canal '
white Chicago rubnrb; has flatly NE 154th St., and her husband, and that her hUSband was I ipumu" i5.:. : '
dents. The builders would fight
turned down by a referendumvote condemnation proceedings, they Louis, 48, were rescued from lug them Iri the second: car. They "POOL" GETS. '- ; :,.: .. ,
of more than 2 to 1, a planto Snapper Creek Canal Saturday said it is possible that the man : . .
build racially Integrated I morning, after two cars plunged swam ashore'unnoticed. DAY SUSPENSION;jr-.X:: : ,'
bouses.Tha'villagers. The village has 4,500 registered into the stream at NE 18th ave. Two other men were found '

voted 85.9 voters, and a total of 2,635 votedto and 164th st. They swam ashore drowned on Saturday. The bodyof OWNER DIES ; :;;: '.
per approve a proposal to Issue and were treated at a North Shore I an unidentified Negro w" 's j .. .
Cent strong In referendum
.whether the village a should cOn-on' $550,000 in bonds to "enlarge the hospital where their conditionswere found in t the Miaroi River near Murray Blaine, 50, osf 1770 '.: ,' ',,
demn land which Includes :51 park system" in order to acquirethe not considered serious NW! 7th st, and llth' ave. The Meridian Ave., Miami Beach; died\ : .
acres owned by tho builders. land of the corporation. The body Of Rexford B Roberts, 61, of a prolonged' heart condition in :, v
Metro police dragged the canal
a white man, was sighted by the Miami Heart Insttute on MJon- ,.
The Progressive Development minority vote was 1,208. unsuccessfully for the body of dock workers floating at 243 NW day. ", : '
Corporation had announced another man, identified as Ivor South River Drive. Police said he Blana'i death" ,'
The Park Board would have to At the ttmo &! ,'
plans to build homes In tho $3,000 to Murray, who was missing. after had (been drinking and his death I the state Beverage Department ..
file condemnation
class and sell 10 or 12 to Negroes proceedings the car plunged. Police said thatIt was listed as accidental c own- had Just banded down Its second "
"of an equal economic and edu- I acquire the land specified !in the apeared that 'Mrs. Home was Int. I' 15-day'' suspension% against'bis'% ::
cational level" as Decrfidd resi referendum. riding with the missing man In dub in three months I.
The body
of a manfloating
Negro found
< le was one oif the operatorso<* :
in Snapper Creek Canal the ** '
Amusement Park
Liberty City
I was day tentatively the victim identified Tues totter known as "Tho J\x>l" at . ,/ .
as of a two-car
Notables Gather for Sigma Boule accident. 1730 NW 70th st. .'
Pending further Investigation, Ho was associated ""withthe ,. .
police said the body appeared to dance and bat club, which w af a -' '
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority's United States. d be that of Ivor Murray 48, of quite ;popular:: a few years ago, for, . '. '. .
National Boule convenes in Miami Since its organization, Sigma v 1425 NE 152nd St., North Miami IS years, and had repeatedly ., '
Dee' 2631. The theme of this Gamma Rho has worked nationally q4T ri ..;R Beach, fougbt gambling charge against ' '

26th annual Bottle Is "Mobilization towards curbing Juvenile delinquency Murray, was the driver of one I hiimscU and The Pool rlfh/wic:* .
of Our Youth For The Space, and raising the stand- car which plunged Into the can- ecu. 11'19 'Z the law caught: up .
Age" The host chapter, Gamma ards of I scholarship. They are in ,al at NE 18th ave.. and 164th st. with the place% and charges'' were I'
Delta Sigma, has prepared exten- constant pursuit of excellence in Another body, found floating In filed against It for selling whi*. i
sively for approximately 300 visIting youth.At '99V the Miami River near the NW key to take out and drinking on I
sorors. 9 %. 12th ave. bridge Saturday was the premises, during prohibited '
A public will held the helm of the sorority In n identified hours Sunday ..
meeting be as that of Sammy Gilbert { I en morning
Sunday, 330: pm. at Greater Grand Basileus, Edna Douglas 36, whose last known address I Ire U survived by his Wife two .* .
Bethel AME Church at which from Little Rock, Arkansas. Other was 1113 NW 6th ave. sons and two rfstars ', .. I.

time the visitors will be officially notables wll Include Dr. Lorraine +9 k --,.-_..-_-.-_.-.--...-__-.--- ---- _- . ., .
welcomed to the city. Guest Williams of Howard University, ---- - --- .,

speaker. Qn the program will be Beatrice Fox Cleo Higgens, for-
Dr. HUliard A, Bowen, supenn- merly of Bethune Cookman, and
tendent'of Area 1 of Kappa, Alpha Alta Bennings of Birmingham,' Discrimination. Removal '. ::' :

!'sl fraternity Ala. ,. .. .
'Music will be rendered by the The motto which guides the
Booker Tf, Washington High sorors of Sigma is "Greater Ser- .
School Chorus and the Greater vice; Greater Progress. Headquarters Nation's Biggest Problem {i
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Bethel Gospel Choir. I will be located in Greater -
The sorority was organized by' Bethel AME Church, 245 NW '
seven school teachers and Us first 8th st. The opening session will bea The removal: of racial dlscrfml* . I J .
charter was granted at Butler public meeting at Greater nation In both tho North and .'t
University, Indlanpolls.; Ind. The Bethel- on Sunday, Dec. 27, at South' Is the most "pressing un. .. ,-
group Is composed predominantlyof 3:30 p.m. The speaker will be Dr. finished business facfng the na. . '
teachers from all regions of the Hlllard O. Bowcns of Atlanta MRS. EDNA DOUGLAS $2,500 DOPE HAULTwo ttcn, (.afd Executive Director ; ., If
Patrick Murphy Malln of the
men and a woman were American Civil Liberties Union f
jailed Tuesday on narcotics in his %Introduction to the union' ;-
changes after Metro, detectives 30th annual report. i

raided a Northwest section house. He said that the CivU. Rights .
Arrested at 1160 NW 58th St. Corrvmlislon1! recent "admirable" I '
were Rosa Lee Singleton Darby report was chiefly remarkable I
33, who lives at that address, andEdward f&r showing how little had been I
W. Taylor 'of the MIami aocoTTvpHshiv! by the Civil Right , : i.1.::
Carver Hotel ago NW 3rd Division of the Justice Department t. ,
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man James H. Melvin, I Republicans and Northern
37, was arrested at the Carver Democrats are likely to be pre- ,.
r Hotel. 't -vented from producing in the .
s . , The Darby woman> was charged WOO congressional session 114K
with possession! and sale of more than a lot of talk said Mar ,
narcotics.: Detective) said they tin because of the exigencies of
found 29 capsules !and two 1- presidential politic*, '
ounce packager of what They be- He said that the "biggest
llev to be heroin in her and
posieistan. best now," was the continuing
change of opinion
among white
charged with transporting
Taylor was -
Southerners on the issue
of school
the narcotics, and Melvin
integration, and cited
when detectives found 62 capsules where
massive resistance( has
was charged with possessionand crumbled."Alabama.
a 1-ounce package as they :
t and ,
arrested him. Mitslsslppl wfll 1 I
soon be alone In. futile
defiance r
Total value of the confiscated
r narcotics! estimated atmore, than at the Jrn.fstEbIe.tide.."
S2.SOO. Malin Is cautiously optimistic
,about the outlook of civil liber-
tie generally He said that discrimination
in employment, hota.
., ; : AND SPECIALS In*: and public faculties oonttoa f
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, to exist in the South and other '
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Top: Sara Cherry'; Gwendolyn Sawyer Hurd,: Evelyn W. Mincy. CHRISTMAS SAY ;

Barnett, Eunice W. Liberty ,AUene Taylor Bottom: Grace P. Smith, Dorothy :Davis Miami mail carriers already delivery mall dllivercd '
special will be
Rubye Thomas, Hazel Lucas; Grant Caritha W.Bawl Menibers not shown: ,burdened with a record Chrbtmas on Christmas Dry Tftflr*- '* "

Vera B. Austin. s Hazel Troy, Elizabeth'' F py, Jane Lewis, : load are not stopping even for will bno regular delivery- of .* ,

:Middle: Iris K Johnson, Roberta Ivey K. Davis,' Sadie Johnson and W. Y. I Christmas. While mott, tit the mail by pity or rural carrier* and ;
normal voatalj rvk 'will bt.ahut collection
Thompson. Naomi! Ct ( o0ding,.- e1pia l i Robinson. l don Pec,\I' a _t *'.*'") ii and street. Sunday lChqSu1e.A service. will' tttoo ;

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By ALICE A. DUNNI'GANf' f\\ . A Great But Hopeless Mission

Washington>. C ....: CA&FV- '. .THE. '. \ Ml {TIMES-lrlhe Peoples' Newspaper" Nobody with humane instincts saddle, when it comes to handl-
The V. S. Supreme ckurt.dedar- '* 26 1959 would: wish for President Eisenhower ing interracial matters.
ed Monday that the proclamation LACE; I5AUIRD'AYDECEMBER! anything but the best, as Its current campaign to propagandize -
Issued by Governor Faulbiw! ot .. J' he launches out on one of the this country to the point
Arkansas to closa certain: Mgh. greatest peace missions ''known to I where the will of the Old South
schools Ot lAltte nOde was Void. history; as he attempts to retrievethe will be the law of the land, is

hght In a court onor soatepca'.tleclstoir aftirmexi.'thfi-Jadge tha* 3 White(Cops:, Indicted America name and fame of our great signs easily of"one the of times.the most dangerous

ment of the lower tcourl which >( (He deserves the prayers and Little by little newspapers and
declared that the ser nd'-etra:* : good wishes of the people o* all Influential persons are going ov-
otdtnaty session*.Ot tha 6isfgeaeral ': for ;Rape; of 'Woman the nations. On the other hand er to the Old South's way of
assembly t .tt.. State of nobody but the most naive, wouldbe thinking. One of the latest of the
Arkansas: l95V was Un>con. too hqpeful of great success northern newspapers to fall for
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stttuUonal and invalid Aid itrrtber ZFn1 ORlEANS tAS P) when our President's handicapsare propaganda line of the Old
der=ating-'ttty fcrocjamatfoaoJ htee whito' peUceanea wore Indicted .. public relation* 1 ts. considered. South was the Syracuse (N.Y.)
the Governor Ol the Stat calls fcy the Orleans ParJsbGsaa According to a s-poltfesman for Eisenhower is terribly, if not Herald American, which changed
ing tor the osingbt'cei3a 'Mgb < ? schools &r being void tap of ft :3- ar.o1d Negro was mado In the form of adventure to many lands in the the Negroes who migratedfrom
. woman, a divorced' mother wbo tetters trailed to the companies.lit Interest of world peace and our the South.
UPHotiDS! LOWEn OOU1'The was taturntiTg to her home< Jnhw laid tho companies wrote own survival. Happily the Pittsburgh Courier
Decision Ol'the Dtsfifct antomftbUrom, a baiby-tt-; mar ilraa $M saQlioa policiesto When I was a lad in South soundly and convincingly rebut-
Court ot the Eastern isUfct at &g' Job when she was stopped Negroes in 1958. Carolina the chain gang system ted this Northern newspaper, recently -
Arkansas declared thai "11\4 twlo fcy the 1'>oUcomon nd impe& !*&<) organtzalloa> plans" to take of imprisonment flourished. AU gone Southern in its sen-
State Arkansas hat er ertatp- the. fesond. ttcrvo attar having inrthor aatlorx U toa companies pt the< prisoners, trustees excepted timents. The Old South is prose-
w at % stato tonctloa to pxgYSde hew &IvGA to ta Isolated spot reiect Its request worQ chains in such fashionas cuting its propaganda camlpalgn
a system o\ !roe cmlbHa schools ire the beam of 4O town view to hobble the prisoner in case with studied abandon and that is
fior too aducaticn tot all pexsoc Vrlea4=, there was an effort of escape. but the beginning.
beVweet the agw o1 #2* a&& 21 .t. polto&1H tentesed. Ibm SKIN DISEASES Many wire chains with large 'But since the Old South's position -
YQ1\rs." ft1d Che/ had xiolhlns! to do tiviththe CONSULTATION Iron ball attached, and as the is. anti-democratic, anti-
versa On laid he went to A new approach to beat. prison moved from place to Christian, anti.''Negro and anti-
And l&. dtawiJwaal t>as e special session pi the jegisjatnxa and left her atone. They o. .pubItze brood and would hay, to pick up his ball ing more and more distasteful to
which authorized schools too ctosfng VithJioldin of axe cowimittoed! to jail wlt aut &orator/ tests and carry I it along wherever he the peoples of the earth.
public high a&4 bond all bean fixed. tfU H. W. KAAQ rent.
t and have
revival of
<: fund iron ILwa b use The Old South's
la the at being CQ death ptually is mend PEe 9.6d6Z ( the to dynamite,
they ww prOGSs Those ball and Chains were lynching; appeal
desegregated nocoidtog to k>ry in sack cases unless the 'Wlaska T l Impediments which i made it easy its denunciation of the Supreme
1.U'or4er Jt tncmwtttutlonal. It tOt toe cy. All CIT Q nugr be Court's mandate its scandalous
for a few white guards to handle I ;
Is violation .t the gffu th a deathp 3alty 1 althocutvuo ; to disqualify Negroes for
% rights pxlvi- 1ar2rn'bil"* o{ prisoners the : attempts
loges and IcirryunlUej guaranteed of ttem say th y dM tot lad- LOTS FOR SALE greater &\unb r of whom were the suffrage and its custom of
to Ugh. obool students tty the dtjWVWsf Sect tLo woa n. Corner 110 110 Nerrou.'rha 1 Impediment tf those : rushing Its Negro citizens to the
and equai protection I X I front in time of war and to the
prisoners reminds one of the
chum st the 14tb hn dn tLt !o Ask White Firms Guild on you> Jot I moral tnvp' dn) nt which i Presl- rear In times of peace these
th. Constitution : or nine cS,1')( Etscniwv m1itaka with all are so many balls and chains"
Insuring Negroes To
him to many lauds io Ws I attemptto that President Eisenhower must
urns ROOK '9aHOot.B :Hire Raco Agents We tatift cat. of Itnajictng recoup the foUraaUonal good carry about with him.!
Our nobly intentioned President -
Kilt and
respect that we have
I deserves a better international -
J Ass *o In'lQCiou.s1y wlthfo the Jast
.MON4'GroMEIZY Alan Z ) I
The Curee-foJgfe fiOsrt & Cash paid for you lot or few y arj. atmosphere in which to work I
u. In an effort to Gash the dg1d for this country's survival and
fore, ordered Oovemol' Falbbtls I color. bay !in too tnsiurafr 42. Our mtlon Rat emerged from
- and hit sticce&son Ja eflk to tftVenmaj : ,Montgomery HestoratSott a&dAmetoration I It homeSEYMOUR World War I M the hero nation world peace.
,&tly en3o teed aroma tf the salons bu ThQ Old South has our Presi-
en.Eagirtg t ASocaUQ., bat ask- suddenly fallen -
in atnr a.ta which e4ll, td |3 white SMiQiwa InWapcoccmpanies BARON from &racQ and U D1. most dent on the defensive and evena
r IndlrecQy, Impede; doing nllltwis s t dolIat JE &1340 hated: '4l Batten These nations moral by a Hercules fighting-mad can be Old disarmed South-,
a. 3ay *r Xrustjate the in'' businessNegro have spent ot Millions which! the
the Licensed arid Jwtffetf Builder United still grouchy over the loss of the
aipprove4 ap I eifcyholders, to sire Negroes as State taxpayers have
War of Rebellion Before theffxjaca
for the gjadaal ln4egraUea ei tbe agents and in administrative and .1 Celled out vltbttit regard to the
schools o>t LttU Rook, aid et'tectuation I fiscal pal appertaS \ber" w* are currently championing
cheietofora whlsb bat been can prevail among other
comrAnwdeA 10' tb, la our attest 1o v2a Iriends nations it must prevail right
orders of the court.M BERKLEY'S CUT-RATE STORE by our tIferoatt."NQ hav. utterly here in these United States. even
: fatted. Tb luUons save; received In the Old South A great but
Thfs |s the Anal J'IIietneAt our largftis w4 are ready hopeless I1' ssion.
which \va. affirmed b7 thf fefgh 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 U> spit' tipoa Vi, 1C seed be, to
court with only Associate TusVct rfiorvtheir coaUnnpl for us. Ther
W)1ittaker dissenting, FALL MEDINCINE must be & uawa why we are J. B. SMITH
Dolls ........_... 3.98 to 8.98 Skillets No. !. tfo. 6, No.I 7 hated sad citt? Qt & among tbs s
I Brownie Starflash 6.95-10.95 King's Men After nations of the earth .aM nj bet.. ELECTRICSERVICE 1
Countess Marti 1.50 2.00 Shave bottosrI.DO.1.50 ter b
LADIES SLIM reason wa Q found than in
DOWN. IN Ladles Wallets .98 1,00 Old Spice 1.00 : the current Ubavlor rf the old
YOUR HOME Men's Wallets 1.30. 2.50 Holster Set %50 .4,50Men's South In ibelr! attempt to temal- Electrical Contractor '
Cuff Links 1.25Girl's Christmas Cards I
it. the atrbtartivn et the Negroes
School Bags 1.00FURNITURE Men Stretch Socks 69, of the South. HOUSEWIRING"Don't
Also Have a Lay-Away Plan ten that there I* a Now South
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY- 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. emerttfug. with c vni ngn ur and PHONE OX L3625

.Offer you reducing in JOHN A. MoMINN, Owner mdlne the f&ct"a rem U !let o ton tht \1\Q N gro O go I ;d" Night or Day

your own home. Free deim South Is, tm V,rjwu<*\ in th,

onttration. Call FR 3:6977 ...
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Beautiful Home cm JJ LET HIM GO"

Your Lot Alfred Tennyson (1809-1862)

z( a & 3 COMPLETE ROOMS. Soon said the old year will be CtOnl. It was an

year. We till have peace, prosper
and the health of our nation.. continues to

I In our pharmacy we look forward to the

BEDROOMDINETTE ng year with great confidence. Many

Complete building! ,"erylee drugs ,will be available that offer great

PLANNING- SET. for the sick We have arranged' for
BUILDING one to be sent to us .s lOOn ae proved
e -FINANCING .. 'for use. Your physician can prescribe

Your New Home ; END TABLES e F particular! medicine he thinks best for


RENOVATINGOver need a' medicine. Pltte up your prescrip
If shopping nearby, or we will deliver

Twenty Yea re" of NO MONEY DOWN without extra charge. A great many
Construction Experience entrust us with their prescriptions.

Guaranteed ftatosfactlon we compound yours?

91l aaaQ I Service Drug Store

American Phono & TV 1240 N.W. 3rd AVE.
.[gmv ((1)(3( FR 32912 MIAMI, FLORIDA


1121 N.W. 29th Street 2300 N.W. 62nd Street OX 6-0919

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THE MIAMI TIMES-."The People Newtpnper"-r'

. 5 Miamians Make Who's Who at FANU SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1959 PAGE 3'

Tallahassee Listed in the I
1959-60 edition of Who's Who Missionary ,Guilty in of the blows, it was testified.
Among Students in American Belknap, 44, came to Japan*In
Universities and Colleges are 22 Boy's Death I July '1952 and reared four, boys
0 seniors :from Florida A and M of Japanese-Negro blood 'atfhis
University, who will graduate in KOBE, Japan American ,
I home to prepare them for pos-
June. These students who
were missionary Herbert Kelknap Tues
Bcgr Ltxrxre recommended by the University's day was convicted by a Kobe sible adoption by American tam-.
Committee on Who Who Among district court on charges of fatally W...
Students in American Universities beating an 8-year-old boy of I
WITH A HEART full of the 1 cup of kindness to yet (Aside to and Colleges will be honored at Nesgro-Japanese blood. He was I
Christmas spirit and a ,feeling of Fred: I've gotten in a couple good the annual Who's Who banquetin sentenced to three years in pri-
good cheer toward all men with licks on the pool table and I'm February! RINGWORM..a._"" !
peace oa earth we take this opportunity ready for you!). son.The
to sincerely wish our Among Miamians are: Raymond court, however, suspendedthe SUFFERERS"
many friends and acquaintances a TO DOC HADLEY, Prof. Chat Aranha, Merltta Cowart, Katie sentence in consideration ol '
Joyful and (bountiful Christmas. Wyche, Doc Hogan, Chas. North, Davis, Clifford McDuffy and Kelknaip's services in taking care 'V TOO HAVE.CCtCMA.DaY HUTTLJt UNCTVOKM.MAO.TCTTEA. .OTKXB IWfllavn.BUM'}':
Don't let us forget the real mean- and other Keys fishing acquain- Agnes, Relic.Streets of children of mixed blood. OR SCALP: 0UUT ATOMS, BMVLAM WflUU At.|,,1
ing of Christmas during our rev tances A Snapper returns 01 I fORD TKANStTORT ftUJBT 9f TIM IC4LIIIe]
elry and celebration. It's no needto the day! To the Cats,along second According to the court Uenishi; Kel- AND rrcKwo.OA ASK ftXUE TOOK UOVT DOCTOR 1iReYYWL., mooowfcMAUTICUM : .
say here the definition of this and third avenues: Blessings on to beBarricaded knap struck Hitoshi on ,
most festive occasion The storyof thee little guys and gals and a the head after the boy ran away
the Christ Child has been told Merry Christmas to ye. And to frm the missionary's home for I I M.IzPsuklCMdIcAIM ::_
many times in many tongues. you, too, Champ, a Joyous yuletide as I the fifth time. The boy died of a :
Whatever your idea about cele- cerebral hemorrhage as a result Iuq WI'IA""i u.s?wdw A./...wd. wN:

brating the birth of Christ do it Skating AreasThe -- -
with modesty and with a feeling A JOYOUS SEASON to the
of humility to the Lord Christ. fellows at Shadd I e's, Baker's, following streets have been
Mikes, Club Royale, etc., etc, chosen as skating areas duringthe
MAY WE EXTEND to our holt May your holiday season be one holidays Barricades will be a
of relatives, immediate, near and round after another of cheer. We placed in the area Christmas eve
second removed, a peaceful and just know Santa will be real nice day and placed in the positionson
joyous time. May hearts be light to our old thorn in the side, Hen- the streets Christmas morning
and full of good cheer. and to ry McKinney and his charming The arrangements were completed -
YOU, TOO a Joyous Yuletide! wife, Cora, up In West Palm with the cooperation of You
Beach. A good and happy Xmasto the Miami Police Departmentand Si li c itOX
TO THE AT The Office: "Mama" Rowena Pinder in Charles Hadley.DOWNTOWN .
We hope this year found you bet- Key West. We sincerely hope you
ter have a real Island holiday!!! And AREA I
off than last If
year you are
7th St., between 4th and 5th ave
still in the Happy Holiday to you, too sweetie -
same rut-Heck, shrug
15th st., between 4th and 5th ave
if off until next year and have 22nd st., between 4th and 5th ave.

one helluva good time. OUR "FRIENDS" are legion, 5th pl., between 17th st. and 19th
We hope Archie "The Press
Box" latch our memory short; the space is LIBERTY CITY I.U21r
can onto a double as
limited, but to all we wish a ding
a Christmas present; we hope 61st st., between 13th ave. and
done', Christmas and
: a
William "De 14th ave. t w
and his
per- NOEL, NOel, no . AND TO
sonable Madam's present will bea 65th st., between 13th ave. and
boy. It'll keep Uncle Sam at 14th ave.Coconut.

bay. A grand ole-tlnie Yule to 26 Years Grove: Oak ave. between
"Rev." of Service
We hope your !blessingswill
Douglas and Hibiscus.of .
be heaped upon you in the UNIFORMS
coming year.

We hope Santa will (be very Almighty God be with you always .
nice to Pieze and Sweets, execu- and hasten the day of universal -
tives in the downtown office. Brotherhood. $1.00 to $3.00VALUES

We put thorn down on our padas II
some of our best :friends. TO $9.00
Our choicest wish for a Merry -
Christmas go to our 'boss"' Duplex
Garth and "Chief." It's time for
4 Spacious Bedroom
peace- on earth and ,goodwill toward -
all men, and employer-em a 2 Tile Baths
ployee goodwill. We can begin '2 Utility Room
our hassles again after the New City Water $1.00 to $5.00
Year. You ever heard of a Cea-
sar without a Mark Anthony? 1480 N.W. 59th St. VALUES TO $35.00 NATIONALLY FAMOUS

(And Whoops to !) MERRY CHRISTMAS! Use your land AlIA| down Children' and Men's ,Clothing
Charlie, our proficient --
makeup man, who designs these i I payment. Lot or home APPAREL WHOLESALERS
pages, a Merry Christmas
and BaronJE
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! And to a I 127 N.W. 2nd St. (Take elevator to 2nd floor)

you, too, a cup of kindness yet! 8-1340 Open 3.5 p.m. Phone FR 7.2943 FASHION MART BUILDING . J
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fellows along 15th Avenue, our --v1 f.qf.q tq1f.1 f.\\ 1.\1t.,, 1.t.\11.\\1.\t f.q a
Liberty City hangout. A
served the Masonictaml1Y' e
time even to the cigarette (poachers Having t
for 26 Labon G.
the wild tatters, winos who years
always need 15 cents Gode Sr., deemed it a pleasureto .
more on a
"hair of white port, "Bake The serve. May We Wish For You A j
Cake" Guina Gang, Paint Brush I am grateful for this oppor-
Shortie, Friday, Slim, and all the tunity of thanking the many
rest. And a happy and Joyous friends from the fraternity of .
Holiday to you, too, Sweetie! Masons for making my anniver- I Ifcry; (EljrifitmajBAND ,
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GOOD CHEER to our baby Sis, thanks are given the Atlanta Life
Helen and "Bro" Smitty up in Insurance Co. and Mrs. Georgia : !
cold Denver, Colo. We hope San- Lee Jones who services the A >>
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visits our Niece Julita and son's Greetings and felicitations
Fred of the Pompey Clan in the to all my fraternal brethren and '1 'rn New 'tar 'I
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"Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace,
goodwill toward men."

As. we are about to celebrate Christmas President :-
Eisenhower returns from his peace mission bringing hope I .

for a better understanding not only among the nations he Soror Veronica O'Berry was the gracious ian Harris, Juliet Porter, Gloria Clark,
visited :but among ,all nations of the world. hostess for the impressive and Ormetta Brown, Veronica O'Berry, Catherine

Let us join with the president and pray that his ef solemn Acceptance Dinner honoring the Green, Eloise Kemp, Lorene Gay,

forts bring-peaceful results, Rushees of Alpha Ghmma Chi Sorority. Lottie Rolle, and Beverly Grant.

We wish for you a Merry Christmas. This occasion made the seven Rushees, The new pledges, rush captain, presi-

Pledges for the forthcoming fiscal year. dent and co-rush captain pictured are

A NEGRO JUNIOR COLLEGE? from left to right: Lela Boone, Vialdes

.,. The Dade County School Board plans a" Negro Junior Sorors present for the Acceptance Din- :Murray, Christine Speights, Delores Bank-
! College, for Dade County. If we have been correctly ner for new pledges were as follows: ston, Peggy Bringier, Doris :Martin, Rosa

informed, it is to be set up at Northwestern'Senior High Peggy Bringier, Delores Bankston, Claudia Fannin, Christine Hammock, Helen Dean
School. Jasper, Doris Martin, Helen Wiley, Viv- and Mary Generett.the .

Last week the school board named five Negroes as

an advisory board. Those selected were-iA" Judge L. E seat as llth. Metro Commissioner on the third ballot. V. S. A. ;Club
Thomas, Neal Adams, Dr. Ira Davis, Arthur Mays and He was sworn in following his election. '
Marshall Williamson. The for Commissioner Business Mgr. Feted
salary Kittel is $6,000 a year. [
*" Of the five three have refused to serve, one bias the ,. ,1u ti w ,,i"x C
matter under consideration, one has accepted. President Eisenhower returned to Washington Tues-

In refusing Judge L. E. Thomas said: "I find myselfin day night ending his 19-day trip to 11 nations covering a
total disagreement with a program which would increase distance of 22,370 miles.

the amount of segregated facilities we already On Tuesday he visited Spain where Generalissimo

have.' Franco and the Spanish people gave him a rousing wel-
"It would be dishonest to sit on such a board know

ing that I was not in sympathy with the job it was tryingto come.On his last stop in Morroco, King Mohammed and

perform." his people received him enthusiatically. The president'speace
Others declining were Dr. I. P. Davis and Neal Adams mission should bring some favorable results, at

The' Rev. Theodore Gibson, president of the NAACP, least the countries visited should now have a better understanding
lost no time in questioning the school board's good faith, of the position and purpose of the United
and called the plan a "creation of a new pattern. of segregation. States.:

He could not see how the school board, in good con.

science, can afford to ask responsible Negro leadershipto
perpetuate this kind of action upon their own people. JUST BROWSIN'PAUL

The board had argued in Federal Court that Dade'

.schools are not rtacially segregated. R. HENRY

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matter.There It's good news that the Miami Marian Anderson Mrs. Theoda Flowers open li
was eighth I
some who will junior college
are see a as a
: Housing Authority has selectedthe
on the list ef ten far 1968. I her Season's Greetings from the
convenience and a help, economically. site for a housing project for I I" Vacation Social Aid Club la a
Others see this differently. It is just more segregation. our senior citizens The site Is a \ fThe Senate sUlb- gmmfttee Is'I meeting Sunday at the home o{
True it is that there are Negro junior colleges in live acre tract at 63rd and 64th planning hearings In the Miami Mrs. Kitty Thompson 1233 NW
streets between 24th and 25th ,area
on migrant out
1 t farm labor
56th st. And she pulled
other parts of the state, however, in this city there has avenues. AppraTsals and surveys problems.! The committee will "Lincoln's l tettuca" which left her:
been a token effort at integrating the schools. will be made.. The project will : spend two days visiting fields In1':, quite surprised.The .
In Dade County two elementary schools have been cost $700,000.One the area.Many ]I gifts were for her honesty
and faithful! service she gave to
integrated. of our recently fleeted I
.juayestions ,have been the club for the past year.
The board will spend $2,000,000 for a junior col- commissioners wants Miami i Qty Joseph Manager DuMond Ira, heard a.bouFlorlda's Senator 'Mrs. Flowers spoke' highly!
lege at 95th street and 17th avenue for Whites.' Willard to designate areas for Geo.-se Smathers being chosen about her wonderful gifts and
We see no necessity for a junior college for Negroes. urban renewal and to include for "a. favorite son" at the 196 I Dom)eratc presidential best wishes the club. Refreshments -
v it in parts of Miami's business area, convention to
If seeking integration, even fighting for .
are hostess
you using federal urban renewal 1Thb \!f were served by the ,
the',courts, does it,seem reasonable to help segregation? funds. wok comes news that Mr*. Thompson.
; The chances are that Negroes will 'want to attendther former Senator Claude Pepper Mrs. Flowers Is proprietor at
Willard believes Miami should has Invited three ethers the Nelson Beauty Salon, 6151
junior college at 95th at. Will the one at Northwesternhelp to enter
turn over its blueprints to Metro the 'rrimary.: !. They are Senators NW 15th Ave.Officers .
or hinder? Metro is thinking about a down- Hubert Humphrey. John Kennedy cf the V. S. A. Club
Dade County has made a start at integration. She has town governmental center. Five and Lyndon Johnson. I are Mrs. Kitty Thompson, president -
locations have been evaluated. I Mrs. Mattie Harris secretary -
forward not ;
been commended; she should keep going ,
More about this later on. Although Na av is reached by I ; Mrs. Maggie Sales treasurer -
backward. air In 55 minutes, the 188-tnile ; Mrs. Mildred Wright, financial
The Carver Branch of the flight will be made In 40 minutes I secretary; Mrs. L. A. Spear
11TH COMMISSIONER ELECTEDAt YMCA picked up a collection of I bojinning January 2. The an- chaplain: ; Mrs. Maggie Davis I
commission $2,022 at the Orange Blossom .nourcement was made by Pan- 'vice; Mrs. Mattie Lunery, assistant :
a meeting on Tuesday Metro's ten-man Classic which was pretty food I
American Airways Jets will be secretary; Mrs. Corean Lot I
selected the eleventh member. At Monday's meeting the and will certainly help the pro. on the route. mis, sick committee; Mrs. Bobble
following persons were nominated gram. I t I Harris, sccial:: committee; Mrs-

Harry. K. Hurst; insurance broker; Hugh Lalor, flop Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt remainsthe Avenue R. G. Love business, well man known is recover Second| committee Mary Jordan; Mrs. chairman Theoda Flowers sodal.'

ist; Vernon Ashley, director of the Dade League of Municipalities most admired woman in the ing from an operation at the business manager.T00THACYE.
; Johnson Davis, president of the Junior Chamber world today. Mrs. Mamie Eisen- Jaokscn Memorial Hospital.
A. C. Kittel Jr. of CrystalSprings hower comes second and Queen
,of Commerce ; manager Elizabeth third. This is the
results Felix Taylor 1887 NW
Water Co.; Paul. Marks, president of Flagler ;of the 1959. Gallup. Poll was taken to the hospital last St.
Federal Savings and Loan Association; Thomas Sasso, I It's the 11th time that Mrs. week. !SU\::' _
former mayor of North Miami; Harry tweeting former. Roosevelt has been voted the . .. /f. .....

Nitro Budget Director; William M. Thomas. Jr., presidentof most admired woman. In the
.the Miami 'Board of Realtors. 11958 poll Queen Elizabeth had Advertise It' Pays! .
second place and Mrs. Eisenhower
," The' Crystal Spring... manager' A. C. Kittel Jr., won fourth place.
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Promise" Watch SATURDAY, (DECEMBER 26, 1959 PAGE/,' r

Night'Sermon ".. .;o;. .
If y.u are old enough to remember eo ...- ...--__ ___ -
Ball Returns
: or young enough to have Bishop .
been told about. the "old fash- .,,- "-" '
From Africa :
ioned" watch night servkes on Broward I t'.u:: :
New Year's Eve, then, this invi-
tation is for ycu.! Greater Bethel County The Rt. ReV''W. F. BalC presld w
4 cH AME Church, 243 NW 8th st., is fag bishop .of the 17th dnd1Episcopal ..\
planning Just that type of servicein News Districts of th CAMK...
two ,parts beginning at 8 pjn Church returned to Miami last
o and at 1 pjn. Dec 31. "Dry BarWalter Wednesday afternoon from Bula'' *
tir' Bones" has been the sermon by wao, Central Africa, where hi,
many ministers, but Rev. S. A Bow ) presided. Bishop Ball was accompanied
Cooisin will tell 'a packed church by his ,congenial wife>

about "God',3 Great Promise." .... -.. ...- ...- .....o: ._, Mrs. Agnes Ball. _
: The combined choirs oi the A welcome home social gathering : .-
church, the combined usher Mother Ely and Rose.ittpburn was held for Bishop and
boards and the entire membershiy jf SW 18th St., West .H! wood, Mrs. Ball last Wednesday evenIng C
will again return to serveat left on Dec. 24 by Pa n Vkm er1- at their palatial residence;
the church in this big! revival can Airways for NassauV"': ,Baha- 1274 NW Wth Terrace where a,
of the old fashioned watch night mas where they will>sPeid the large number of friends attended,
Christmas holidays visiting Mrs. and extended best
services. Lovefeast will take place wishes.'j
during the first part ttf the service Seymour and other relatives, ,: '

The members and boards of Bakers Entertain

the church are preparing refresh- Students from Tennessee State i -
ments for all who are in atten- College enjoying the holidays at Blind ;h'Ih.
dance. Many visiting ministers
home Freddie and
Gee a gift for me Santa? (Tony Davis.) Yes John. are expected to be on hand to assist Jacquelin are Cooper of West Hollywood !Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Baker and.

ny Carmichael. We the children of Cox's Kindergartenwish : in the meeting.Don't ; Herbert Ingraham, Sonny Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Farmer'
to thank you for the songs we requested you to play fail to be on your kneesas Clark of Hallendale. Gwendolyn proprietors of Baker's Famous
the watchman in the east, west,
Miami and Liberty
from Florida A and M Corners in
for us on WFEC program (Johnny Come Lately) after north and .south stand guard with Ls visiting her parents at 420 City, were hosts on Dec. 22 to

your visit with us Dec. 16. synchronized watches, in a dark- SW 20th st.. West Hollywood. members of the Lighthouse for
ened church, amid chants of old the Blind.A .
Note : After January 1, the St. John Tot's Center will fashioned hymns, Inform. you at delicious dinner was served

not be supervised by Mrs, B. E. Cox. All personal business minute Intervals that the troubled A Christmas pageant, will be and several guest speaker appeared .

will be forwarded to 1768 NW 4th Court, FR 1-8488, year of 1959 This is about will be to pass presented at the. Chnrch oX God on the program to extend I
into eternity. yom at Prophecy SW 19th st. and
of the The I
greetings season. group
Cox's Kindergarten. Mrs. B. E. Cox, supervisor, W. 0 chance to make your promise to 54th ave., Dec 28 at 8 pm. Mrs was happy and appreciative
Cox, manager. God that 1960 will find you serving Olive McKenzfa Is In charge of the event ot'I I

Him more and doing unto the program Brother Manuel Mrs. M C Harrison, directorof
others as you would have them Pratt, pastor. the 'branch, served as mistress
do unto you. All are urged to ceremonies C
come early for good seats. II I I I I ,130WIC'd Modernistic Barbel t 'I :'.

', Shop and E1es or's Salon oi
g Because One King is Beauty wish aU their friends avery NORTH-SOUTH '':".l'.
Happy Holiday Season and' ,'
r'Aaca Black Memphis I'I a Happy Jiawf Year. GAME TO BE ''

Censors Wise Men ,
i taalalalalJAlll+lalO1 ....... kIiI.dIJ WIDE OPENHead \

How ridiculous can! one got? the South and Dale Hall of the
That question might well basked Ncrth are letting it be known in:< '
HANDSOME Johnny Mathli the holidays . Ditto EldrIdge of Miss Lala Stephens, no uncertain manner that they are
will set hearts a-throbbing whenhe Grant . Also home are Phylll public school music supervisor going to cut loose with the wildest .
opens Saturday nite at beautiful and Jean Peterson. Phyllis Is in football .
here who. I It Is reported censored passing game ever seen -
Cafe Pompeii In the Eden a sophomore and Jean a freshman an ocra of the Biblical when the North and South
Roc hotel . And beautiful Dot at Morris Brown.
Three Wise Men bccau ono oi iy. clash Saturday night in the Orange -
Dandridge will be Just across the Bowl.
them Is
way for fcur. ninths only in the BIRTHDAYS: Dec. 25, ,Lorenza The Is "AmsU and the :Hall of Army said: "We have
Bal Masque Room at the Ameri- Frazier, Ila Jordan, Anthony Jen- Night opera Visitors! and is to be y. pw JJ w''a ,1 without doubt two of.the greatest
cana , Jamaica Sam is sport, nings, Barbara C. Williams; 26, segregated white schools passers In the United Statesin
staged at
ing a new white Caddie. Very Janice Jones; 27, Edna McCray;; Glan- -Joe Oaldiwell and Pete hail
. 28, Arnold Finley, Sharon Ash- here. A religious open by On tit aill t be/ore
pretty to have S 1 1 nj Menotll! the play is basedon We have three All-American
Bannister back home from Ha ley, Ann Ashley; 29 Hazel Owens,, Carlo the three kips, from the east Chfbttaalt'rt ends to throw to and to protectour
vana. He's convalescing at home Alice Martin, Helen W. Walker;; God I passers we have a giant line,
of to
angel wjrl
who. notlAcd by an r you
, . Charles Kelly is here from 30, Susie Gresham, Cynthia Marie Bethlehem: that's as tough as a lot of pro
made the Journey to All
New Jones. Congrats you on Mary Ckrittmat To "
York . Nathaniel "Mussolini" teams have.
Ono ot
the Christ Child. .
Cleare is ditto from your anniversary Dec. 25th, Mr. to see Year 1001 .
the New ,
big city for the holidays. and Mrs. Mack Barklcy; 26 The them King Balthazar i* black. Nappy Coach Walker of the Rebels
Dewey Knight; the Traz Powells:; According to Mr*. Fred Nlcll said: "We know the North has
MAYOR CHARLIE HADLEY Judge and Mrs. L. E. Thomas; 29 director of the Memphis Opera Tracy's Groceries great passers, but we have threewe
did his Job for the kids: by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mitchell. Theater production, Miss Stephens, feel that can stand up with I .
Ing with the police dept. to arrang-block I objected to the black king and And Sundries the best of them in Fran CUrd,
off certain streets for the kids wants the person playing the partto : Jack Cummings and Joe Tran-
skate during the holidays .to,. Jolly Club Celebrates case oil the blac&aca makeup. 5010 tf.W. 32nd Ave. chin!
Many of teachers Why? The South also has an Ail-
our enjoyed the
premiere showing of Ben Hut Christmas PartyFriends She fear the KAAC might JAMES TRACY American end in Al Goldstein of
at the Lincoln Theatre on Miami use It at an argument In favor CLOUtSC TRACY North Carolina, and an ace receiver -
Beach Tuesday night . Th Joined In with the', t>f in terra; tlan in the schools. Mrs. JAM AND MORRIS from Baylor named Al
Delta's will host the visiting Sigma Jolly Social Club when they celebrated Nlcll said Mfu Stephens told her Witcher, who rates among the top {
f the NAACP "could gay that they receivers in the Southwest
Gamma Rho Sorors at breakfast its 2nd Christmas Party. KrKKKKKK eKKKKKKKKKr iK he pass
Monday in the Fiesta Room last Sunday at the beautiful and had an oeta down hero In which I" Conference.
. I' one of the high kings was" black I (North All-American pass receivers -
. Chas North Gilbert Styles. spacious home of Mr. and Mrs.
and Garth Reeves leave Christmas Albert Smith on 49th st. GUts; so why coukJat\ sane of the students Register to Vote! are CUrt Men of Iowa, .
night for Nassau to see the were distributed. Many were be Kogroc" Bill Carpenter, the famous Army
Junkanoo Parade beginning at 5 present and a very delicious re- However, Miss Stephen had f Your Vote is Needed lonely end, and Jim Lee of Cincinnati. -
am. Saturday morning. all. Officers no objection to another Negro I
past was enjoyed by role of parcboy In tho opera. |, ____ _______ ___ _ II I
of the club as toI10v.Mn..
Ulllo M. Mike, president; Mrs. Pointing U Mils Stephcns'p3ndox1
officers will "meet thecrcss" Dora Green secretary: ; Mr*. R. Ken Carter, tho basso
U Dean treasurer. who sings Uu role of Kin* Bali
: Saturday noon at the Sir thazar, remarked: "What docs she
John hotel . Billy Rowe, ex-
want to do? Docs she want the
Pittsburgh Courier columnist, anda tin "Oflo ot thorn Is light
to :,
of New Yorlo CHRISTMAS
group Register Today! tan: ?"
and travel agents stopped over r -
Wednesday cnroute to Havana to .. I t
line up a package tour deal . .
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Sonny William is drlvfn a now I -- '

blue and white Cadilly . I
Christian Hospital had a Christ- 1 "ftGreetings

mas ,party for their staff on Tues. .
nigh at Jackson Toddle Inn . .. ,h
Biggest formal during the holidays Seejay .
will be the Sigma Gamma ;
Rho Conclave Ball at Bayfront ' ." ;t

auditorium Tuesday nlte . John I .. }
Hanna Sr. and grand daughterleft I .e .". ,
for Nassau this week . The I . ., :"

Charlie Oilmen of 68th terr. will' 1210 N.W. 62nd Streetladies' '" ." '.',,
leave Friday. '
HOLLY [CURT I S3 and wife art .. f..

down from New York for a . I .
month's vacation in the sun . t an aa .
Gus Love Is in the hospital mend- ladies'SUITS 'J' .. ..."
ing the surgeon's scalpel . And 199DRESSES .'''
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"Banker" Brown of Shaddie's 7'lew too ', i
Tavern is doing nicely after his ear .
appointment with the surgeon in

Jackson. II I I One of The Joys of (Yuletide

THE FORMER Sylvia Reynolds Is The Opportunity to Put Aside The Routine

Espv Espy ((local local music music teacher teacher)) and andC. Seejay gives you a FREE coke every time you buy Of Every Day Business and Sincerely Wish You

Gaylord Rolle' (Jet rep) were A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS
quietly married last Friday . c AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR : '
Mozell Turner will see a, white
Christmas in Pennsylvania the LAYAWAYS ALWAYS WELCOME RANGE FUNERAL HOME "',' .
for Jacquelln Sargent. She ,
same "
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and Salutation! 1163, N.W. Third Avenue Miami, Florida "May The New Year BrIng You
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Around Miami Christmas Seals $ $ received Christmas through, Seal March contributions 30, 1960 Have You a ,* .,1,'/>""r,.,

apply against the 1059 Tuberculosis Drinking Problem? t,
Dade Countians are deliveringan Christmas Seal Sale.

By DAVE (Mr. wind) BONDU especially generous Merry Call OX 1-1278
Christmas this year to their fel- Drive Carefully!
_.___.... u...._...... I_. JI low citizens, who are victims of sae ..J&JtNtJa>>+wrsasDRIVER'S > JJ;
Tuberculosis I .. ,
about the ,best to start this Through this mid-week (Dec u
week's column. way This Christmas I 23)), more than 65,000 Dade County LICENSE !r
homes and business have
greeting is extended to all at you ......u uaza_ con-
tributed $123,722 to the 1959
from the entire Bondu family,
Throddbottom, stars at the Club
Dave Sr., Mayme, Dave Jr.. !and Mi Dec. 24 through Jan. 3. Noth- Tuberculosis Christmas' Seal Sale, BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONEO'BERR'Y'S. \
William. Dave Jr. and Williamare which opened Nov. 12.
ing more to be said just'be sure
as you have gathered, our you dig his show . oops. I Results to date represent 75
two sons, bless their little pointed mean her show. percent of the $165,000 foal for "
heads. Most 61 all, I would 1959 to support the yearroundwork
like to take""this opportunity. to OFFICER, (Archie Lankford who of the county-wide Tuber- MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL

say thanks to each and everyoneof has busted many a dope peddler culosis association :t'f, _.
you who have made this col- and being credited with curbing More than 100,000 remindersare FR 4.7756
limn so 'widely read, because a certain amount of narcotic now in the mail to Dade 1453 N.W., 6th Avenue ', '
without you, there would be no traffic in Miami is under investigation Countians, who have not yet answered
column. Thanks, also to those of and has been suspended their Christmas Seal ap- ..:
you who read the Times, and until it is proven whether he is !i\rc. (hhQ 1
send, it on to friends in other guilty or not guilty on chargesof 4 4 4'4 4 fa 4 fa 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ra ra 4 r. 4 4 fa 4 4 '
parts of the world. And for you getting someone to leave town
advertisers who have given me I've always found him to be a
ads throughout the year, a spec- ,pretty good cop, and he did his : MERRY XMAS Y'AIITHE I
ial thank you, like: : Metropolitan duty as a cop should. I sincerely .
Motors, The Sir John Hotel, The hope that everything will turn
Golden Embers Restaurant Studio out for the (better.
Two, Sir John Health Clinic, *** ALL NEW :ti'I
The Miami Carver, The Celebrity DURING 'THE ,LAST couple of
Lounge, TV Joe, Wright's LandO'Nod weeks Dr. Edwin (Sweet Slum-
Beautyrama, Mildred ber) Shirley's wife presented him I
Holmes, Hair Weev, Williams with a baby boy. Attention
Shell Service Station Cafe ,Society golfers: It is about time you stop
Club Mi, Super Launderette playing and get in some practice.It CLUBMI I
Nos. 1 and 2; Mrs. Chris won't be long before Ray Mit
Jenkins inventor of Hair Weeve, chell's North-South golf tourna- ; I
Charlie Holmes H. Markowitz, ment will be here. And since I'm ;
and the Band Box Barber Shop. on the subject of golf, is it possible -
From the entire staff of the Mi- that ewe will have some of 1900 N. W. 75TH STREET "
ami Times . may your Christmas our women to represent Miami?
be a pleasant one. Even if they don't win a trophy I
it would be nice to hear anno,nc-
JOHNNY MOORE, formerly of er say' Miss So and So of Mi-
the .Drifters Quartet is now do- ami.
ing a single since being discharged I ClIChE HORNE DAVE BONDD I IW
from the Army. Johnnyis TV HAS LOST another viewer.
now appearing' at Clyde Kil- Urial Burrows (Sir John Nite
len's Fiesta Room, and is wow Mgr) wife will present him witha At Madame Effle Throckbottom Column! "Mr. Swing", M. C.Iff.IiDEC' .
ing the patrons with his solid new citizen oome May.
renditions of every tune he has
lecorded. With Johnny in the Fiesta OVERHEARD DEPT.: Sez Ida ,
Roan it is ,getting- o-you .ffijlllams Moore, 1put a drink on x-
can't get in the ,place . He i/ his check before you close it." '
really attracting a huge cr 'wd. Sez Barmaid Audry Whitemore, '
As most folks know, Johnny "his check 'was closed before he ;
came td Miami with the Drifter opened it." Quinten North trying
some 3 or 4 years ago, met a cut to spell his name out to a tele- FP1II
little chick (Ida Williams)? fell phone operator sez, "No operator 24 M
In live and married her. Both are "Q" like in Cufba. , Well have '
as happy as a you know /what ina some, happy holidays and see you I
YMCA. Aside from that, John- next weeks Till then, live life, I ar
ny is cooling his heels. But from every golden minute of it. Peace.
ail Indications, I believe that >>
Clyde will keep him there for the Negro's R kI thru ft. I \
." .
If haven't
season. you r.
Goes to Kiddies ____ ..
caught Johnny, remember you'llhave
time during the 10 day holiday Del Massey, only Negr in : :i' >>
period. Marshneld, Mo., left most of his
estate to the children of the .
PRtTTY GIRO 0 the W..k Southwest. Missouri Community.
Mrs. Gwendolyn B. Sawyer . Under terms of his will, it was : 'JJAN /
Christmas Special Pretty Girl of disclosed, a full block of land was
The Week: Audrey Whitmore willed to the city to be used by .
(Sir John Bar Maid) . Pretty the children of the 2,000-jpopula-<<
Boy of the Week: Bill Brown tion town for recreational or educational >>
(Budweiser Rep) . Christmas purposes. e
Special Pretty Boy of the Week: Massey, who died Nov. 6 was 3
McVlcker Coleman . Police the 59-year-old grandson of a
man of the Week: Prince Farrington slave and had served as a gardener -
. Secretary of the Week and handyman for several
Mrs. Patricia Aligood. Marshneld families He frequently U/ a 1 >>
referred to himself as "the last >>
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last two weeks. This outburstof .../7* WHAT GOES ON Wffftf THE liGHTS 00 OFF/
crime has been blamed on the PAGE 8 SATURDAY, -DECEMBER 26, 1959
holiday season. In one robbery &
busman was shot in the stomachand ___L--. 1 a $ ,
robbEd of $10.

Saturday Bandits

Get $400A To Aid Voteless Negroesin

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clothes cleaner and a discount ( rft
house were victims Satur- I i '
day of Negro bandits who looted
cash regsters for a total of closeto the South
$400. M wMR
The first holdup (police said, TwRANDAU, .
was by a lone gunman who ask- WASHENGrPON, D. c.-ANP) ,
ed for trousers under a fictitious Pour of the leading integration possible that some national PLUS -
name at Kent ,Cleaners, 5410 NW groups of the South will be rep- church groups will Join in spon
12th ave. and flashed a silver- resented at a meeting here in sorship. "MAN FROM GOD'S COUNTRY"GEORGE
looking revolver in the face of Washington on Jan. 31, object of These organizations will bringto
Clerk Wionia Nunn when she returned which is to stimulate passage of Washington a number ol Ne- MONTGOMERYIn
from looking for the civil rights legislation and to groes barred from voting in Deep, Color
clothes. hear testimony fay Negroes who I South states, including several I
The man escaped with $35 to have been dcpdrcd of the rightto frown Louisiana who were even
$40 from the register police said. register and Tofte, deprived of the right to tell their SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
Saturday evening, two Negroes According" to praeat plans a story to the U. S. Commission on
-each carrying a sawed-oft shot- panel of six paac neat citizens Civil Rigthts last summer
gun barged into Franklin Discount from various pouts of the coun-
House, 7800 NW Seventhave. try, wiU hear the stories. of Negroes r I ''I
.. and ordered Cashier Louise in the Deep South:>> who AIR CONDITIONED
Ratliff to "open up the register, have been Jim Crowed at the
and not your mouth." polls. The panel of six will con BUNCHETHEATRE CURT JURGENS .
She told Officer John Czerenda stitute a Volunteer Civil Rights
she handed the men $350. Commission taking the place of OPA LOC r the regular Commission because: SUNDAY Thru TUESDAY il :
Robbers Get $10 in it is barred from holding. ,, hear THB ':' !"
ings on voting restrictions. 'INSIDE THE MAFIA'Wilh OFINTRUiUE : 2
Holdup-Shooting Under this arrangement vote- Cameron Mitchell --- '. $-'. ,.....f.'j"
: "
less Negroes can tell their storiesto "
Congress, even though it will I Plus '
A South Dade bus driver the :
'That Kind of Woman'With : ; ,
victim of a ruthless robbery not be before an official body. '
was listed in fair condition at The Shreveport, La., Jim Crow I Sophia Loren \ Print by TECHNICOLOR'i ..;,::j
Doctors Hospital today. registration case will come up'for Tab. Hunter m CINEMASCOPE?
Investigators and Angelo In- hearing before the U. S. Supreme
fantillno of 12500 SW 84th ave., Court on Jan. 18. I AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURED lllmu
Sponsors of the proposed meet- _
rd., was shot once in the stomachby
bus late Ing include the Tuskegee Civic PLUSThey're
two Negroes at a stop -
Air Conditioned
Saturday.The Association, headed by Dr. Chas
who made good, G. Gomillion; the Southern
tear'em apart
nothing can
their escape, took $10 from the Christian Leadership Conference,I togethefand !
driver's casWbox. of which Dr. Martin L. King Jr.,'
Metro police said Infantllino Is president; the United Christian JOHN WAYNE DEAN MARTI(
was driving an empty South Mi- Movement of northern Louisiana SAT. MIDNITESun.
ami Coast Lines bus along Euch- headed ,by Dr. C. O. Simpkins,I ., Mon., Tuer, Wed.
anon Road when he noticed the and the Southern Conference Ed- "HARLEM GLOBETROITERS" RICKY NELSON HAWK?'RIIIRAV
W. Williams is president. It is
Negroes !waiting at the stop at
Coral Reef Drive ucational Fund of which Aubrey; TECHNICOLOR rom WARNER BROS.) i iI

When he stopped to pick them With Dorothy Dandrldge .:.
up, police said, one Negro shot "This Earth is Mine"
him without warning with a .22 bandits jumped in a car and sped
south. Rock Hudson
calibre pistol a
The officers lost the :getawaycar
Toy 'Store Loses after a high-speed: chase pf
about one mile.'Strike' .

$3,323 to (Bandit Trio
!Metro police are seeking three Holdup 'Men
Negroes who held up a toy store
and made off with $3,323 last Two holdup men hauled off a
Thursday night. 60-pound safe with $1,900 early A gfonfjnoMon'! pldurw drama STARTS WEDNESDAY
''David Vengel manager of To- Monday-frorn-a"North-Dade-bowl about a gland among men...
by's Toyland, 7450 NW 27th ave., ing alley after they tied up six
told police the three men, each people, including the manager. SIMON "
called 'I was a
carrying a pistol, held him up at and three customers. ?
9 ,pan when he was closing the The bandits, one masked and PETER l' rJj
store armed with a shotgun, walked of GaWeelmm f. Teenage-
As the three ran out of the into the all-niifht: Cloverleaf
store with the loot, officers in a Bawling Alleys\ 17601 NW 2nd '
Metro patrol car saw them. The ave. at :5 a.m.

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crowd jumping: in their seats. senior class of Cornell Universityat f
In the semi-final, Pancho Tel- Ithaca, N.Y., this week placedits ?
le-chea, 158, Miami, knocked out stamp of approval on the prac- KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK i I 'I'IICICIC'C'CtCII.C1C'CtI(_. ,
Jonathan Gaitor, H7, Miami in tical religious: project of the Rev. sI
1:24: of the second round of a 4- William L. Bentley and his con- I

rounder.In gregation at Philadelphia's Eman- -#' .;.
uel Institutional Baptist Church, Dr, I. Gregory Newton, professor -
other bouts the followingwere when the Cornell student body of political science at North
the results: placed an order with the church's Carolina College, Durham, leadsa
delegation of some 400 members -
Bob McCrea, 151, Charleston, garment factory for 1,900 gradu-
ation robes for the June commencement of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity -
S.C. won a unanimous decisionover : at its 46th conclave at the
Eddie Harris, 152, of De- next year. Hotel New Yorker In New York C I
land, Fla. in the opening 3 rounder LARGEST ORDER TO DATE City Dec. 27-50. A lieutenant-
Acting for the Cornell Senior colonel in the U. S. Army Reserve -

Willie James, 140, Greenvile, Class council, Susan M. Phelps, attached to National Selective -i
Fla., knocked out Ashley Carter, specified the order as follows:' Service, Dr. Newton holds
138, Miami in 1:55: of the first Black gowns, motorboards, white master's and doctoral degrees 1 1I
round a 3-rounder. collars and tassels. The church's from the University of Pennsyl-: '
practical religious programs, directed vania. He is vice president for the
Fred Burton, 155, Miami, wona by Dr. Bentley, has attracted Southern Region of the Central
unanimous decision over Buddy wide attention and functions Intercollegiate Athletic Associa-
Hodges, 159, Miami In the third on a 24-hour, seven-day-- tion. The Omegas' leader hold I
round. week basis. The pastor said the membership in some of the coun-

Willie 'Taylor, 174, Miami scored Cornell order is the largest the try's outstanding learned societies. 1
a TKO over Roosevelt Brooker church has received to date and
179, Miami In 1:22 of the 3rd reminded his aides thot no large 1 .
round. Negro group had ever given such Up From SlumsBy
I a large order.
Moses Shaw, 147, Miami, wona The church otters various typesof
unanimous decision over Elijah community services, ranging William iHenry Huff for ANP % )J'I (tJ') May the New .

Harris, 146, Cleveland, in the 5th from the garment factory, in "'ve Mid before and say againI
3-rounder. which 30 women, trained by expert I I once lived ,In the slum l Year bring you lack,
designers and craftmen, are To try to hide It would be vain
Herman Ponce, 1'12. San Juan now active; to mimeographingand 've feasted ion the crumbs success and happiness
Puerto Rico, won a 2 to 1 deci- \
typing service, music and ,
That from the big house table
sion over Mariano Vega, 117, of photographic studios; tutoring for fell
San Juan In the sixth 3-rounder. J. A. SUMMONS .
all age groups; a baby clinic, And they kept me alive t
Next Monday night, another nursery and social service, and Of course, this was living hell Registered Real Estate Broker
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Sports and Scholastic ChatterWe 'Golf" Tournament .

compiled statistics every Leonard Hughey, Jones 56 Willie Goldsmith, Roosevelt 32 Here February 15-28
week during the recent football Bernard Clarke Howard 55 Cleveland Barrett, Attucks 30
season from the member schools Louie Rogers, North Dade 51 Fred Miller, Carver 30
of the Big Nine South Football James Floyd, North Dade 51 Robert Jones, Howard 26, I I Ray Mitchell, nationally known
Conference. This conference is Marian Patterson, NHS 49 Willie Collins, Roosevelt 25 golf pro and former caddy-with-
composed of 13 schools situatedin Bob Cunningham, Mays 48 Bobbie Felts, Northwestern 25 B.-C.C. COACH a-dream-come-true, has announced -
the southern half of the state. James Kirby, Dillard 48 that his 1960 Miami North-
Multimore BTW 24
The imaginary line crosses the Jacob Knight, Howard 47 James SUFFERS HEART South Winter golf tournamentwill
state Just north of the city of Frank. Woods, Mays 45 Israel Lang, Middleton 24 be held February 15-18 over
Orlando and goes south. Eddie Crowell, Jones 36 Furman Gatetwood, Mays 24 ATTACKDAYTONA the beautiful championship Miami -
The schools of this conferenceare Bernard Bullard, Gibbs 34 Richord Baxter, Carver 24 Springs Golf Course
classified by the Florida Interscholastic .
Athletic Associationas BEACH Rudolph This will be Mitchell's 7th edition -
'Bunky" Matthews, head football of his winter golf tournamentand
Class 'A' schools. They are THE MIAMI. TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper" coach at Bethune-Cookman Col- related social activities which
Jones High Orlando Howard
; lege since 1945 Is In Halifax
Blake and Middleton, Tampa; SATURDAY, ,DECEMBER 26, 1959 PAGE 7 Hospital as the result, of a heart will include a bathing and swim-
ming contest and water show
Gibbs, St. Petersburg; Roosevelt, ,
suffered last
attack Tuesday
fashion show buffet dinner and
West Palm Beach; Blanche Ely, ,
Pompano; Attucks, Dania; North night. trophy awards ball. Several ho-
A Bethune-Cookman spokesman -
Dade, Opa Locka; Dillard, Fort I said this Week Coach Mat- tels, motels guest houses and rec-
: Bowl Festival reational facilities in the Miami
Lauderdale; Northwestern High, Orange. thews will be confined in the
. Booker T. Washington, Carver hospital for "about three weeks area are cooperating in the an-
Miami and Mays, Goulds. nual week of golf.It .
and must be off his feet for from
Howard Blake of Tampa was three four months"
to is that
expected defending
declared champions in football Gets
for the 1959 season by the' UnderwayBeach. Matthews' B. C, Wildcats end- champions from 1959 Miss
I Elizabeth "Rice, Washington, D.C.,
coaches and officials in their annual ed one of their most successful
meeting at Miami on Dec. 4. The 26th annual Orange Bowl) ern Conference champions, takea seasons last month" with an over- women, Joe Roach, Los Angeles,
At this meeting members selected Festival, offering an exciting 11- nine-game winning streak into all record o{ six wins and two men, and Army Sargeant Clifton
Harrington, pro, Fort Campbell,
Big "Jim" Williams of the How- day /program of! events, gets underway the Bowl Jan. 1 against Missouri' losses.A
Ky., will be present to defend
ard Blake as The Coach of The .
this week with the opening Tigers, Big Eight Conference
native of! Neeses, S. C., Bun- their titles.
Year. Coach Williams offered
a of the International Junior representative.The .
ky was a star tackle at Bethune-
proposal .to the conference that Tennis Tournament Thursday Jan. 2 fireworks pageant Cookirnan and Morehouse Collegein
every year ,in the future the Dec. 24 at Flamingo Park. MiamI will repeat the Now Year's EVe Atlanta. After serving over-
championship game for Class A I Parade and New Year's Day extravaganza -! seas in the Army during World CORE Needs You
schools in football be played in'' Net stars from some two dozen and, in addition will,. War II, Matthews became head
the city of Tampa. This will bea foreign nations will compete foi offer a spectacular pyrotechnics coach at Bethune in 1945. tie has Join today and be
growing thing in the future the individual titles in the near- demonstration as the climax to an directed the athletic program and
and with the Big Nine North est thing to the world championship evening of fun for the entire fam- done an outstanding job despitea
Football Conference and ,the Big of Junior' tennis. Countries crippling small budget. Free Tomorrow
Nine South co-sponsoring the< represented include, in additionto ily.Bethune College
event interest from all sections of the United States, Belgium,
the state in this game is certainto Holland, Israel, Sweden, Spain, Gets Motel Units

grow. Tampa' Phillip Field Brazil, Portugal, Argentina, Chile, DAYTONA BEACH Bethune OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
will accomodate 15,000 fans plus Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Cookman College last week
acquired -
the fact that it is almost centralJy Canada and Japan.
14 small for
cottages fac-
located in the, state. Coach THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
Williams was asked to go to the Ronnie Barnes, of Brazil's Cup ulty members and visiting pa-
annual meeting of the Big Nine team, will return to defend his rents. PSYCHIC READERLet
The college bought the build-
OB Junior tennis title.
North Conference and present
ings from Green Acres Motel
the (proposal. Other colorful Festival features ,
Now' back to statistics for the include the New Year's Eve King 1830 Ridgewood Ave., South
Daytona, which sold them to make
1959 football season. of the Bijg= Orange Jamboree Parade through for the
way widening of U. S. 1.
downtown Miami the
Nine South football conference, pre-game .
They are one bedroom frame cottages
we discovered that Cecil Young, and half-time extravaganzas accompanying and have been moved to
5 foot nine, 165 pound senior at the Jan. 1 grid en- the campus by truck.
Mays High tops all players in the counter and the spectacular LeRoy
a trustee of
Grand Finale Fireworks
conference for total points made
the college said the
units are being -
the Bowl Jan. 2.
Orange on
this season. Young scored 16 set up on the southwest cor-
touchdowns this season. We be- Gaily-bedecked floats, march- ner of the campus where two old
lieve that this is a record for R ing units and bands from all wartime barracks buildings have
high school player. Following are (parts of the country will move been torn down.
the name of players who made down Flagler Street starting a1 He said some (;professors who
the points this season in the Big 7 p.m. New Year's Eve in a "Fan- nave had to live in dormitories
Nine: tasy of Olympus" parade depict- because of shortage of space e
Name-School Total Pis ing gods and goddesses of ancient would move into them, and those
Cecil Young, Mays 105 mythology; not used for faculty would be
Lavern Hart, Roosevelt 63 Georgia's Bulldogs, Southeast- available for visiting parents.YOUR .
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the troubled seas of life. Let not him that is blind lead you or

you stumble with him.

t Ice months Do you doubt the exisUnce.: of things because yon cannot see
<3 many to pay!
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What do you think of the Invisiblewaves and sounds that

'tMifalt't make Wireless, Telephone. Radio and Television' possible?
S / s
A seed before U sprouts lies concealed secret, silent in thedark

earth or womb of Nature. TIIKRB IS AN "UNSEEN
yoi| s s s POWER '

teV6V'.A'-. : V'i"v''v: ' h> &l$ / Therefore acquaint <\>'
; : : vv : ; ;* v }> Touri':
; "' shop 1wtbftttcfOisouli's ;: self with the, one who is an t; y

authority. Whose private jI ,

oldest crecJif deporfriient 5fb |s3lI | consultation,I will evolve' you f '
to state 01 mind t
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I NAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '0' . .: All Information is .

1 ADDRESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : Strictly Confidential i

PHONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : ' Office, Hours 0 a.m8 p.m. '
Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
1 How Long In MiamiEMPLOYER . . . . . .. .. . . .. . .. . .. . .1
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ADDRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; .
1 1 List 2 Places Where You Hoye CredIt

1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MADAM HUNTER

12. :. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : : 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami

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I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" '

Tenn. Gets $51,600 Grant I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1959 PAGE 11,

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NASHVILLE Forty high provisions of the original Act
school chemistry and physics SOCIAL SECURITY and sufficient to maintain a self-
around the world. An excellent supporting
teachers will be given an oppor- program.
portunity to extend their educa- PHIL OSSOFER example is the spreading of The self-supportng principle in
Christianity. The few disciples ol social security program financ-
tion through the sponsorship! of a
National Science Foundation SAYS: Jesus were so steamed up! that ing has been sustained throughthe
eventually this steam, although increasing -
$51,600 grant to Tennessee State years by periodically
University. rejected at first, finally permeated I social security tax rates to.
"Eighty percent of all medical the entire world.If take care of higher benefit pay
patients heed psychiatric treat- w-ws w a- ments extended and
According to Dr. Rutherford B. we can all get steamed up' coverage,
Adkins, Tennessee State's head of ment. Thus spoke my cousin, a about: God's will for us today, we other program Improvements.
the physics\ and mathematics department medical doctor of 15 years stand- I surely will fulfill that scripture Social Securityis The now increased social security -
ing. (He's been too busy to sit
the National Science
wherein Jesus promised (John contribution rates maintainthe
down!) He was speaking of
Foundation sponsored "Summer condition a 14:12), "Verily, verily I say unto Self-Supporting self-supporting feature of the
general wherein most
Institute for high school teachersof you, he that believeth on me, the program and by its actuarial
physics and chemistry" will of us are doing things we are not Starting January 1, the social I soundness
works that I do shall he also do, assures future payments
for 8 suited for, or do not desire to do. security tax rate will be increased
meet weeks, !beginning on and greater works than these to all eligible beneficiaries
June Applications for admis- He did not mean we are crazy, shall he do, because I go unto My/ from the present 2% percent of .... '
sion to the Institute should be but that we are frustrated because Father." wages, paid by employees .And
received by Feb. 15, 1960. we are unable to express employers to 3 percent by em-
ourselves fully in our present oc- ployees and a like amount by em-
The forty high school teachers upations. We cannot develop our Kappa Alpha Psi ployers.

will each receive 'basic stipends personality traits and thus"have Conclave To MeetIn The present rate of 3 and three
8f $75 per week plus $15 per.veQk become "misplaced persons. quarter percent of net earnings

-. for each dependent Tuition Although I am not under med- Philadelphia paid by the self-employed will
will be be increased to 4V4 percent of
/laid by the foundation. ical care, I recognize his state-
Boarding and housing facilities ments as truth. I have a strong PHILADELPHIA (ANP) net earnings.
will be available on the campus feeling of oneness with all Kappa. Alpha Psl fraternity dele- Since its inception in 1935 the
and travel funds up to 4 cents a :peoples, and would like to par- gates and visitors will converge social security program has
mil a to $80 for one round trip tcipate in human relations or here, on Dec. 27-30 for their 49th grown phenomenally, both In
are also available. personnel work, but am instead, annual grand chapter meeting by coverage, beneficiary categories,
There are no geographical limitations working in a small office where C. Roger Wilson of Chicago and the amount of benefit pay-
contacts are few. grand polemarch. ments. Starting as a retirement
fer Tennessee
State's Institute 1WNK
students. Features will be a public meet- program for the protection of t
that whenever X
I have found
ing on Sunday, Dec. 27 when U. the aged wage earner, it has now .
make contact with others,
JDr. Rutherford B. Adkins, director can S. Senator Jos S. Clark of Penn- become a family Insurance pro-
this feeling of oneness, I
of the summer institute, express of well and sylvania, will speak in the main gram protecting not only the
get a sense being
will be assisted by Tennessee ballroom of the Sheraton Hotel wage earner, but the self-em-
Stat4 faculty members, Mrs. Mary earth.justification for my existence on where all meetings will be held. ployed as well, in old-age in total mi

Hill, Miss Sadie Gasaway, Lonnla Also sharing the spotlight for the disability, and the family in case
Haynes and Dr. Carl M. Hill. The saving grace for me has meeting will be Judge Scovel! of the worker's death.In .
come through writing about what Richardson of tHe U. S. Customs 1937 the social security tax COMMUNITY DRUGS
Chicago Credit Union I feel and believe. I am fortunateto Court, who will be awarded the rate was 1 percent by employeesand
I have an outlet whereby I mayexpress Hamilton-Kappa Alpha PsI; one ,percent by employers.This 0750 N.W. 15th Are
what is within low tax rate adequate
me. award for distinguished commun- was
Mulcted of $36,000In (thanks, Garth!) ity service. under the restricted retirement
The closed for :to.
banquet fraternity -
We humans are like steam
Deposits wll be addressed
men by
boilers. If we work up a lot oi
Rev. Dr. Gardner C. Taylor, TV SALE :
steam within us, it must be re-
CHICAGO (ANP) Following Brooklyn, N.Y,. and the Hon.
leased or we explode. Most of
an audit by Federal authorities in where Richard L. Jones, former Am- ONLY $1.00 DOWN
us are not a position we
members of the Cor- can release this steam constructively bassador to the Republic of Liberia DAVID JEWELERS
pus Christie Catholic Church or freely. will speak to a closed .
credit union were informed this meeting on "Opportunities in the 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522
week that more than $36,000 ol The steam of the oneness of Foreign Service." Opposite Bonded Collection Agency \,_
the oiuanlzation's funds had been mankind has been building up in *G
mishandled.The me. and must be released to others. n Weekly Hour: r ,

shortage was announced Is not the oneness-of the HARLEM SQUARE 8:30: a.m. to 12:30 p.m.-3 to 7 p.m. r' /
by Dennis DuPart, president of human race a most importantgoal ,
the credit union, who also stated in this day? Without it, universal SWEET SHOPA '

that the union assistant treasurer peace is impossible.I FULL LINE OP GROCERIES
Mrs. 'Henryne T. Brown, had believe the Creator uses this j
been suspended by the board of method to get His work done on COLD CUTS COSMETICS

directors after the shortage was earth. He gets some people so 208 N.W. 10th Street
discovered. "steamed up" about Him and His
will that they spread word
Father Alexis, priest-in-charge
at Corpus Christ!, advised the
members to keep the credit union -

had in promised operation to as make Mrs.arrange-Brown YOU ASKED FOR IT!

ments for restitution of the So here it is-A full ONE YEAR
shortage. It was understood that
the union's funds were insuredby AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

the government, and that half Policy for most people with only
of the money embezled would be
ixjpald by the Federal agency. $15 DOWN PAYMENT 8ALLIE MARY

a>uvaaaaaaaa"' > M a Mr. Sallie Collins and Miss Mary F. Dixon of the
SEASON'S GREETINGS Modernistic Beauty Salon are licensed hair weev

645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave Farmers' MarketPL technicians They can weave hair on your head to

t MBS' :ULUNCHEONETTE 9.5284 NA 4-1811 add length, fullness and cover bald spots. Their work

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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" IN MEMORIAM Seniors, . 511 SW 7th ave., will be held

I Tuesday' Dec. 29 in St. Paul Bap-
PAGE 12 SATURDAY DECEMBER 26 1959 I In remembrance of our mother, Funeral services for the late ,
,... . tist Church in. Homestead with .
------- - -- ------ -
Helen Wright of 210 SW 3rd ct. the Rev. McQueen officiating

Y were Held Thursday at the chapel
with the Rev. C. W. Scott offi
S ciating. She is survived by her Mrs. Leola Sparrow of 420 NW
8th st. died in her sleep Dec' 21.
v'J husband, Mike, a daughter.
CARDS MEMORIALS 1 : She is survived by a son. Funeral

arrangements are incomplete.
Services for Roosevelt Jacksonof

1626% NW 3rd ave. will be
held Sunday in Dawson, Ga. He the infant -
I CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn Is survived by his parents. son otf: Mr. and Mrs. George

+ rrrrrServices Turner of Goulds
A were conducted -
family of the late loving memory of our dear for Emma Williams of Dec. 21.

r_ husband and father,

who departed this life Dec. 25, .
1948. Y

There's an open door at the end ; ,,. .

of the road. ,,',
Through which each must go e

alone ?

And there in a light we cannotsee S,

Our Father claims His own.

Beyond the gate where loved
si. t

Find happiness and rest; MAUD wILCox

And there is comfort in the who departed this life Dec. 16,,

thought 1957. May she rest In, peace.
That a loving God knows best. Isaiah Wilcox, husband
Ruth Dalmes, wife
Isaiah Wilcox Jr. son
Naomi Newton, daughter George Wilcox, son, (Have ,property and buildings FOR RENT
Mary Ferguson, daughter Lawrenson Wilcox suitable for Medical Clinic. Ex-
FURNISHED front room In pri-
Catherine cellent location. Shown
Smith daughter by ap-
Merline Matthew
vate house. Inquire 790 NW 66th
Marie OTBrien
daughter pointment. Call owner, phone St. Edison Center
Minnie Dames, daughter NE 5-2888. F8 ,
Elsie Mae Dames, daughter IN MEMORIAMIn
ROOM. 1553 NW 69th St. OXford
-Ruth Lee Jones, daughter sad but loving memory oi TIPPIE 16335.
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Sadie Berry, daughter our dear departed mother and HOME CLEANING SERVICE '

ALMA SANDS CLEARE 16 grandchildren grandmother, Windows Screens Blinds I FURNISHED ROOM. Man only.
who this life Nov. 2
7 great grandchildren
Floor waxing kind. Phone Nice
wish to extend thanks and any I clean and comfortable. Call
NA 10310. J2' NE 5-5283. J2
preciation to our many friends tN MEMORIAM 9 .
and neighbors for their kind ex- e -
pression of sympathy. A special I. '.. r WANTED LEGAL NOTICE
In of the late ;
thanks to Vent John E. Culmer of memory ,SS

St. Agnes Church and the Richardson .I LICENSED Beautician Wanted. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

Mortuary.Mr. Call NE 433337.SALESMANCOLLEcroR. NAME LAW
S Notice is hereby given that the

Maxwell Cleare, son *$ want- undersigned, desiring to engage'
Mrs. Violet Cleare, t .4% ,r in business under the fictitious
ed for established route. Must
daughter-in-law % tf name of COX'S KINDERGARTENat
have excellent references. Pref-
Mrs. Agatha Howard, sister k Ix number 1753 NW 4th Court,
erably home Nedbor's
Mrs. Nellie sister owner. Miami Florida intends
Thompson to
register -
1210 NW 62nd st. Bet. 10 and 7
Mrs. Maggie Jackson, sister P > the said name with the Clerk
Five !stand daughters and of the Circuit Court of Dade
other relatives > FOR SALEDry County, Fla.

1" w Will O. Cox and
Cleaning and Laundrj Beatrice E. Cox

IN MEMORIAMIn business, good location, 544 NW Sole Owners J9
R at' S 14th at. After 2:30: !p.m ladf ,
sad .but loving memory of
our dear wh'e, mother and grand 1''I 1798 NW 79th street. Refrigerator Notice Under Fictitious

mother, (: q . $35; gas stove, $25; electric:
S stove, 35. PL 48012. Indf Name

.. .. Notice is hereby given that the

::;; I GIRL'S BICYCLE. Good condition undersigned desiring to engagein
\ Cheap. Phone OX 1-5905. business under the fictitious

o MRS. LULA MARSHALLwho name of:

:'i departed this life Dec. 25, Occa-Cola softdrink box with AIL AND BOB'S LUNCHEONETTE -

. . '*' R (Christmas) 1958. blower, almost new, 125. Variety at 1028 N.W. 3rd Avenue

;' \ .'; : +.jh;. :. :t Gone, but not fongotten. Record Shop, 6400 NW 15th ave Miami, Fla. intend to registerthe
"What though in lonely grief we : said name with the Clerk of

MRS. OPHELIA McKINNEY: sigh FOR RENT the Circuit Court of Dade County,
:' who departed this life Dec. 25, For you dear one no longer nigh Florida.

1955. Submissive still we would reply, [Robert! Randolph and

4 I tN "Your memory as dear today as God's will be done!" PARTLY FURNISHED S-btd- Allen Gaines, owners .
house tad 1-nma aptN
in the hour Mrs. Lila Phillips, daughterJoe room :
you passed away.
ar bu line and school. >FbooM
y. The happiness, love and under- L. Marshall, son OX 6-0509. DID: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
1 standing that you so aptly shar- John E. Marshall, son
ed Deloria Marshall, NAME LAW
with all
'who came to know
1-bedroom Newly
you Is still remembered evenso Deloris Marshall Duplex aipt. Notice is hereby given that the

long after your departure from grand daughter twate18fumsh week.. 2260 Light NW undersigned desiring to engageIn
our mist"Your Naomi McKennon, ; the business of distributing
64th st. MU 1-5407 or TU 8-6985.
loving daughter! grand daughter Negro publications under the fic-
titious name of COMMUNITY:
Frances A.
McKinney, R.N. Looking' for a clean room with
Thank You MessageWe NEWS CO. at 1616 NW 57th
private bath and kitchen? Call
Terrace, Miami, :Florida, intendsto
. IN MEMORIAMIn the family of the late, OX 1-4864. J3 register the said name with

.. the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
't. DWELLING. : Zoned .for business
sad but loving memory of Dade County, Fla.
2201 NW 3rd court 22nd
our dear husband father C. Gaylord Rolle'
Terr. week. Stone
$20 Perry
per ,
: grandfather Sylvia E. Rolle', Owners
departed this life: Dec. 22, xxwtY agent. FR 43437.1BEDROOM .
1954. May she rest In peace. 1 _____,____________ D26. J 2, 9, 19

"Beyond the blue, God knows } y Afct. Children welcome ,

our heartache, ... Near bus, school. Good

He understands and sees our tenant only. 4190 NW 32nd ave.{. FOR SALE

1 & 2 BEDROOM APT. Furnished
Beyond the blue
He knows our, sorrow 5 .w ve1 or unfurnished. All modern. SUMMONS
Adults. Phone MU 1-0825. 729
And Me can take fears
away our ;;, NW 55th Terr.
Beyond the blue the sun is "G.
Registered Real Estate Broker
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And Y Now available, a choice, bed- .
there alone the plan Is
known, room apartment with stove and IN LIBERTY CITY

RI refrigerator. Bus No. 24 passes B.droom home. All
Beyond the blue, CB8. Full
door. 2945 NW 46th street. FR
Our price 13250. Down
loved one's resting, 3 ? 9-3576. payment
Safe in the peace that's God's !f 1000. Per month $100. 2929.
alone NW 66th St.
FURNISHED Efficiency. None .
With our love, better. All utilities. Near bus
Duplex. All
CBS, 741 NW both
The Walton
Family shopping, 4190 NW 32nd
1 i 'M ave. St. Full price $15,900. Down payment .
I $1,500. Per month $100. .
HALF OF DUPLEX. 1 bedroom .
IN MEMORIAMIn apt with bath. Water and
I Bedroom
frame home
I clean.
furnished. $16.50,per week., Call
7151 NW 15th court. Full
memory of our darling mother wish to express our sincere MU 1-5740 or U 8-6985. 7500. Down price
and grandmother thanks to all who were so niceto payment $500. Per

MARIE SCOTT MINNIS ._ a us during our ""period of bei month, $75. .

who departed this life Dec. 24 I reavement. A special thanks to ,
on i
Rev. Edward T. Graham and
1957. Gone but not For Rent r
who departed this life Dec. .. Bedroom frame .'
"May family members of the Chi Eta home. 3790
flshe rest in and -
may light peace shine, 21, ,1957.T. 7 PhI' Sorority, her co-workers at Oak A..... Full price $7,500. Down f. '
her.. upon His soul has gone to God Variety Hospital, and persons Vacant Store payment $500. Per month $75.

The earth has claimed Its own who participated on the program. e .
Wilhelmina Robinson 1486 N.W. 71st
Dtr. Street
Robert Minnis And now he's shouting 'round Your thoughtfulness will alwaysbe IN RICHMOND HEIGHTS
sonEujene the throne 3 Bedroom CBS home. Price
and grandchildrenJain Scott, son While we; are left to mourn. A pleasure to recall Excellent location for doctoror $13,900. Down $1,000. Per month.

Some day we'll meet 'again And so this comes with wannest dentist, barber shop or $65. .
Our loved ones gone before thoughts '
Same day we'll reach that happy To thank you one and. all. sundry store. Low rent. For these epeclal, call Summons

The NAACP sandWhere Sincerely yours Day or Night

parting Is no more. The Bethel and Roberts. Phone OX 1-9026 Phones HI 4.2448 or !HI 60173THE

f The Wright Family family "

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Catholics_ Make of the devil can be resisted and In AppreciationMrs. THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper! ,
new graces can be won for the .
The Sign of< The soul. I ,
Mary Armbrister and her 26, 1959 PAGE
CrossBy One booklet we have at hand children wish to take this meth- "
calls the sign of the cross "a use- od of thanking the officers and
FR. ROBERT DeGRANDIS less invention of Romanism." It members of New Providence Ushers Union at Demand For "' ::1 I'**
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church is not useless if it helps a single Court No. 129, Heroines of Jeri- up
1301 NW. list St. soul to think more often of the chat Mrs. Johnny Mae Hill, Matron Mt. Tabor Practical Nurses
cross; and it is no more an inven- I for the basket''of groceries SundayAll Persons between the ages of 17
The sign of the cross is that tion of the Catholic Church than given her on Thanksgiving Day and 45 register for the Feb.
human Thanks also to the officers and members of the may
action whereby a Catholic either nature Itself, which can Rev. James class in Practical Nursingat
traces a small cross on his fore- not exist without adopting signs Poltier for his donation to Grace Junior and Senior Ushers Union ruary Northwestern Senior Higb
head,.lips and breast, or touches, to manifest its beliefs. Our smile Presbyterian Church and its pas- Association are urged to be pres- School.
with ,the tips of the fingers, first is an indication of our interior tor for a basket of groceries; the ent at its monthly program Sun There is an Increasing demand
his forehead, then his breast, then joy' ; the sign of the cross is an Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor, of St. day, Dec. 27, at 3 p.m. sharp. for well trained practical nurses
his left shoulder and his cross is an indication of our interior Mary's W. M. Church for his do-
right. al
The to help give nursing care to U
sentiments. nation, and the Stewardess and program, a musical treat,
Many Protestants consider this Laughter is an of citizens and
our visitors
will be held between the Junior
exterior Missionary Boards of St. Mary's
action to be valueless manifestation of in
and an
superstitious The program at Northwesternis
Board of
W. Mt. Calvary
M. Church
for flowers
but In reality it is : terior recognition of a humorous gro
very situation. ceries and their timely visits. tist Church and the Usher Board by the Florida State
ancient in origin, veiy natural in : of Mt. Talbor Baptist Church with Board of Nursing, and graduates
meaning, and very,3rudtful for Fo or more information about The children are ;praying to the activities being held at Mt. Ta- of the program are eligible to
those who use it reverently. the\belief and practice of Catholics Lord to keep their mother under bor, NW 66th st. at 17th ave., become licensed Practical Nurses.
Clear records prove that the write to: Information, Box the shelter of Is arms. She Ls Liberty City Applicants will be Interviewedon
tracing of a small cross on fore- 47-757, Miami, Miami, Fla. growing old in age, but getting Thanks Is extended to Thursdays, between 9-12 noon
head or breast, and even on ob- stronger in the Lord. Again, in advance for their everyone and 1.3 pan Applications for the
jects to be used, was very common thanks to everyone for every- The Union: cooperation February class will be closed
in the second century, i.e., less wishes all of its Jan. 15. For further information
thing.Mrs. friends
than 100 years after the first New Potentate Mary ArmbristerAnd Happy New a Merry Year.Christmas and e call PL 45491. .
apostle died. The practice spread her children
Dea David
both through the east and the Y N. o Hudson, Pros.
Tommle Lee Ellison Have You ''Read?
west, and easily developed into KKKKKK KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKI
the making ofa larger cross on MKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKno The dramatic story of the Mont
the forehead, breast and shoulders. The Manager and Staff wish gomery Bus Boycott, "Stride Toward
Thus from the very begin- To Extend Season's Freedom," by Dr. MartinLuther
ning of Christianity the belief King, Jr., ($3.95)), ,and
that all redemption came throughthe "Crusader Without Violence", by
cross of Christ was Dr. L. D. Reddlck ($3.05.).
ed by the signing of a cross. Books) may be ordered from
Southern Christian Leadership
.''Even if there had been no such Conference 208 Auburn Avenue,
solid historical background for N.E.. Atlanta, Ga.
the sign of the cross, it is hard to .
see how it could be wrong or
foolish even if someone inventedit l
in modern times. It is natural!
for human being to use signs to .. Ed CookOF
express loyalties and ideals. Dur- I -
ing the last war the V-sign, Samuel Sweeting, 33 degree, Vogue Beauty Fair WFEC
formed by two fingers, was am the new Illustrious Potentate of 233 N.W. 9th St. WtaLfllg a Christmas I
expression: of confidence in vic- Kazah Temple 149 O. E. A. O. you
FR 9-6610 bright? with holly laver, ..* Bertha
tory. People shake hands as 0 Nobles of the Mystic Shrine of
sign of friendliness. One who believes North and South America and its N+IKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKa die RoV, f fffemfltMU/ ptemnttheer
that the cross saved him Jurisdictions, Inc.. The new officers Md !ioyi that hitikrotgti
from hell will feel (perfectly natural are Andrew Roberts, chief PLKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKr fht.ynrlEmmer's
in tracing that sign on his raJbban; Ezekiel Wallace, assis- Sammy .Goldberg
body to remind himself of Christ tant rabban; John Taylor, treasurer Self Service
and to accept' His cross unto sal- ; Melvin R. Jackson, record SEASON'SqREEliNqS'
vation. er. The Temple holds regular MarketMARK PROUDLY PRESENT
The sign of the cross, made meetings on the 2nd and 4th
with faith and devotion, brings Tuesdays at 941 NW 3rd ave' at EMMER, Prop

acme of the fruits of Christ's 8:30: pjm.Watch ,1342 N.W. 62nd St.
cross into one's life. It is strange RIFFRUFFIN ((
this week PL 1.9532
that anyone doubt this, strangestof apace every

all that Protestants, who be- for more Shriner news. ...>tAAA...Afof I JlJI JlJlJlJlJlJlJlJa1
lieve that only through faith in
Christ's redemptive death can FOR SALEOwner
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they be saved, should scoff at it.
Since through His cross Christ will finance 2-toedroom
conquered Satan and merited home on 2 lots, zoned RU3-B for M11 a j .
grace for all who seek it, it is churches duplex or apartments fffsYy d
natural that through a pious act $3,000 down, $75 month. 2785 "HIT TUNES ALL THE WAY"
of faith in the cross the power NW 59th st. Open Thursday.

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ST. PAUL A. M. E. recital of Christmas Music. Those
., . . . :" 4r \ who were not present missed one
'}:.I.l- "., ,"...,. .... .. .. ,: r." Rev. J D. Washington, pastor of the most outstanding cultural
19th St. and 4th Court events of the year. Bernard.. is a
.' r." Sunday School ........................ 8:30 great organist. We are proud of
Morning worship .................... 11:00 him. It is good to know that he
ACE League. ............................ 5:30: played all of his compositions,
." Evening worship .................... 7:00 which was a hour long program

.' from memory. Do hear him next
,.. :, . Cttttreij THE INCARNATION
. .,. .' I. year in December. Bernard
) be the guest organist at the Midnight -
1835 N.W. 54th Street
:. ; Fr. E. S. Clark Jr., vicar Solemn sung Mass on
f \ 31 at 11
: Thursday, Dec. pjn
i .. Susan Butler, reporter
r .
," The Saints Ann and Margaret
.' Christmas-tide services
: Special
. .
; : ; .
: Chapter of the E. C. W. I. and
. . ... Thursday.
..'! ..', .... . .t Carol Service 1030 pm. the St. Peter's Guild of the E. C.
T : ; '. TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. Solemn High Mass, sermon, M. I, are sponsoring a Russan
; and blessing: of the Party at the parish house after
THE MIAM1.TIMts-.f'n ''J'eopl Newspaper" L. A. Thompson, pastor procession the midnight Mass, Jan. 1. We
I Sunday School.......... ........ 930; Manger, 11 am. have something in store for
PAGE 14 1SA iu DAY: DECEBER 2'8,.19S9 Morning worship ...>............ 11:00 Saturday Dec.. 26 the Feast of What? Come and see. you.
BTU ......................._.._............... 830: St.: Stephen the Martyr Low
Evening worship ..............-... 7:00: 6:30

BAHA'I ASSEMBLY SALTER'S CHAPEL TTie Sunday School will pre- Sunday, Dec. 27 the first SUn- Writer of Rock of Ages

He. Norman BetheL XrteJ 1to1'. Il. J sett, paitorUtttb sent its Christmas exercise tonight day after, Chrstmas and the feast Everything in Gospel Music.
: Vwtgg reporter beginning at 8 o'clock. of St. John the Evangelist. Solemn
technician stationed tit Doa 1 Everything for the Church.
School 9'.30UO services will be held at High Mass and sermon with procession -
y in nn mi ir i rntf Worship ,
Army Hospital, n Paso, *'sea; l! O8bpACS 1r -.... N ....11:00 1030. All are invited. at 10:45 ajm. The St. Ce- Hymnals, Furniture. Mail orders
will lead the discussion atBaha'i trw Third
filled. 936 NW
5:30 Choir will The Missade promptly
Laagoa Sunday night the Joint choir cilia's sing
Center 137 TTVF fltth &e.. 7(00 of Angelis Mass at this service.At Ave., Apt 1. FR 4-S904, Miami
bp II r II II I Will render a special program
7 Sunday Dec.'27. Ins tt>* Fla. Get 1960
pju. and anthems 7:30 there will be your commentary.
honoredcd Christmas carols pjm.
Ject vUl be ''Caa 3u Zce3 W. weN %to2t
Really be EU.mDawU"lEvefYOl1e Vld*t&ft t ieSen00 OX thestatest under the direction of Mr. R. Solemn Evensong with a program -
EW. J. W. Dam Hepburn, with Mrs. Vernell of Sacred Music and Bene-
& cordtaltIcfttteg, to Wvfcfr tfelvet |IujDttftyjttHtf meswge Strachan at the organ. A feature diction of the Blessed Sacrament. Look, 'Prayer
participate In thIs dZ ttsd.MORNING sad t rffft of the service will be a picture! The choir will ,give a short can-
At ttila O'dOcJc C6tsUT tstetn ''The Nativity," with Miss D. tata of Christmas music. Changes ThingsAre

STAR BAPTIST *oeTfi2cateil t& ir (Hfilvsr* Hart as projectionist. Added to Monday, Dec. 27, Holy; Simo- You Lucky? Happy? Successful
tax/ DM clhttrca K&J ffllart to ibis will be the candle light procession cents Day Solemn sung Mass and ? '''Send ,$1.00 IBIII For CROSS
514 NW 23z& Sftod oei>., 'cit7. Oa Con 4 r, Deo. 27 ttiaI sermonette with procession. 10 Wear or Carry In Purse. Send
Rev. I. Crayon, pasta ch> &Qa"m Lev. !helz Ch:1st. {Monday evening the ushers a.m. The Mass will be sung by addressed stamped envelope to:
Sister Sad!. Ellis, pepfluct t 3 pzogtsm at a o4or* Yo p board elected the following officers the St. Michael's Junior choir. CROSS, Dept. AM
Sunday School . 93$ I sr* In'vitttS tv tttftP this *ilair>. : Alfred Dean, president; All of the church children are 244 ,Mcintyre Street
Morning service ..,.,,...... ii&O first vice Savannah
.m w. , d o Dwcol 'tJth Ole Alexander Nottage. be along with Ga.
urged to present
BTU . _., ..._ =a '
Louise Moss
? -.7w.7--a7w. pr tf43ro tl fs2)09 W. A. BaH president; Mrs. sec- their parents.
Evening! service ,-.w..H..wM.NS, fig *.ho fat |tKt xeroxnei stab Sdc; ond vice president; Mr. M. Hall, At 8 pjm. .the church school
an welcome. also QUI' Wtipasla, Wi R tv. financial secretary; Mrs. A. New- I Christmas Pageant and Tree at For The Highest in

1 a>4 Mrs. 3. S. Busks.. bold, treasurer; Mrs. Daisy War II the Parish Hall, 1701 NW 6&th
NEW HOPE PJ3 CHURCH r 1 ner, chief usher; Mrs. Louise Mil St. COSMETICS
BAPTIST recording _secretary Mrs.i
4NTLOCU ler ;
Hev. K c. Samuels; pasts Clotilda Rolle, chaplain' ; Vincent Thursday, Dec. 31 the Eve of Also I
Mrs. Evelyn Granger, xeportaf tteT. 0. w. ;loafer. pa4orA. Sturrup assistant chief usher. the Circumcision. Solemn Sung
Sunday School -....III 9:30 L. Jebaaoa, tePottos&mAa Mass and sermon with proces- Miami Times NewspaperCall
Morning service ...,'III .... 1:00 BCh04V945 sion, 11 pm.
BTU __. 820 t eentse .... r...V .... MUOO On Sunday Dec. 20 V Bernard YUkon 3-5681
Evening! : worship .At 7i30 PNJ t WOMEXBOBOUTA3I Rev. E. A. Culmer pastor Hunter, assistant professor and "SANDS"
I *Wu tag tflOD16p __..r :; 1 06 Mrs S. Dawklns, reporter University organist at Florida A

New Testament, Nast Sunday School ........................_ 9:30 and M University, gave an organ
AM8sane I Morning worship ................ lltOO ____n' _"
1645 N.T7.1st OomtLawieoco Evening worship .................... 7:30:
Heddicl: } jastc: sz-t' 12. tt Calmoa. pastor
MazoJla] Reddlck; .ssod t. 6c ci1 ... 93:0 1 tIbe Sunday School was calledto RUPTURE o PILES o PROSTATE

Sunday School ,.. 109)0) I 11I.1J 0un order by the superintendent Rectal Disease Varicose Veins
Morning worship .. lUOQ I : ,I............ ...7:00 Mrs. M. Worthy. Classes took 0 0
Evangelistic Service ........?..... 8(00Wed. their respective places with their Effective palnleu, non'surgical office treatments at low torino -
Prayer .nd Bible -1. 800 ST. JAMES A. M. .& classes The lesson was reviewedby loss time or Income. Avoid surgery and hospltallzatlon. Why
John Bullard. Mrs. Carol acted
I f dtET.IL HcNtal TTarrt% pastor as secretary. wear truss Why suffer delay and get worse?

NEW BETHEL RAPIST Sin. s a b 1'. Dean, reporter Morning worship was led by CONSULTATION FREE *

1571 ir.w. es'to TQtr501 I tn4V: fidtooi t--. --I 930 Rev H. V. Stuart. He preached Special medication, treatments diets for arthritis, neuritis, ulcers
Manning Wocshlp 11:00 from the theme "Jesus the Light
Rev. Ernest W1111ams, pastor I A. C. A,LoagTo I,,-, .-,, 530 01 the World. He was at his best blood pressure sinus anemia. lost vigor, chronic diseases
Sunday' School %..-..,,.,.. -. MO I*: __..i 7100D'OWN5VILL and everyone was spiritually of men and women.
Morning worship ?-...,.... 900 blessed. No. 1 choir furnished
BTU _,._. -_: J I Aj3Q BAPTIST music with their organist, Mrs. DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING
Evening worship ....,-,.,,..,, ZOO G. McFord, and No. 2 ushers 21 S.W. 13th Ave, FR 3-2748 A General Health Service
I. $. Brown, reporter __118"21.Cfta L1net served
l I pastctlePQlter The evening devotion was led
5T. LUKE BAPTIST aid. 1 % by the pastor. With Mrs. M. E.
I 9w301t Culmer mistress of ,
as ceremony
Mrs. 23tme4>* Orecrv repodeitRev. r = I JilOO the Sunday School presented its
P. W. WiUfams, VatSunday kea n __.___. 1:30 Christmas play entitled, "The
School mmim.. .. I" 9tO Place. Harold Stuart
Morning worship' ...___ 11:01BWU' cQALV Y BAPTIST: and Patrick Kllby played their 0 sFIIEE

I LA UQ .... Sf. part very beautifully along with ;
Evening worship .... .'lOQ
-- posit
other The superintendent
1 Lla M3ac rq participants. -
9:,30 I and teachers wish to
Mattftetr Temple AMES ; its 1k ,. _-.-,11:00p.'z. I bank all who took a part, especially -
v. ... es Q I Mrs. U. Hugs, our organist -
1628 JRW. Mb Art. Wets w.....,... '7OC I and the visitors and
Sunday School I .....,--...I' friends. Special mention is made
Morning worship ----- ---.i I 11)1 c 1M. IT, .SU ae Lueyon!a ot Freddie Dean who did the
Evening worship ,- l r A.T. Bxitton Iron I beautiful decoration for the occasion.
Deed maoiagt! .
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER INW. MI o t tyteremony 0ttJ.ut4tt Visitors are always welcome. w
-'. h th t Let us pray for the sick. DELIVERY DRUG
4th Ave. as* led Tzr. :; .' u n*41, v3ez. the r
PhOPft m 8-1431 . ..W "' far thIe4U en.
MASSES i M s..
Vote I
Register to CM.Jolllr ,Sr. Prop.
i TT 6b Is stm'teq m. WRi ..
Sunday _+ 7 a, n, 830H 1iP' list,
= .I.13% 1t4 10& 10 < Your Vote is Needed

Bethel ApostoIIo Tenjfels

Doris It. AUnt, pare
J. Lather tsslstaflt a
Sis T. WaHaoa. lepwg Y
88th Street jl
2310 N.W. .....
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Sunday School -_-I.VIU ,
Morning worship I M' Uet5 t I
Evening worship 1.0 ; \! ';;; s7 !; Ir
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KELLY'S CHA* 2. : i"1..,.. . .'.'. ... ..'"... '....".. .... . \
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Rev. I>eroy J5eH pastor .t. .p < ) '
Sunday School ....p.rQ...... A. 1f1\ ,' i ji j j"It"
MornlnR worsrlp __II..._ .. J, a h thJl (
M. Y. F. .._._..__.... fSPC] 'r" .
Evening'' worshipTRIUMPH'CHORCH'.......-........ 11C > : !,\'!';' '/ INL '9827


Prince' H. Mobley, t> sf01t .., ; ... . .
.., 1112' N.W. THIRD AVENUE 1
Sis. CJMcKlnney, report?. -. '1".'.' '>, .,Ji' .,': -- ..
School ot Wisdom _, ,.-.-. 20K> . .' ; -
FJreninj service .-........t8X) .11 ALL THE LATEST RECORDS
Y. P. E.Band _..._..__ 8StTuesday l .
and, FridayBETHANY ..._ Or01 . Complete Selection of Christmas Record 1.

BAPTIST 'the Sooth i>Xlorida Conference, new life. Shown in the picture is -

,1 c''' 9078 N.W. 45th st. AYG ZIon Church, which met in Public Alexander Relations Barnes, Mrs.director AlphaeusC. of 45', EP LP Stereo fL

Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Tampa, last week had as vlsi- Rolle, wife of the pastor Radios Record Player Transistors
Uirjorie Shtlby reporter tort thf pastor of St. Joseph Bishop H. B. Shaw, Rev. AlphaeusC. -
............._.. D:30 .
Sunday fthool Church Nassau. Ba- Rolle, pastor of the church '
AXE Zi Moraine worship _....._...... 11:00 church was founded his daughter and an unnamed ,
.DTTT ....,,...,.......__..........__.._ "11:30:00 la K& recently took over; delegate. '4t ..cIC...,''', Ii&".,' ,. ;C!', ,,'OIt
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Takes Slap at Mrs..Jenette S. A. Cousin Faison,, reporter pastor I.SATURDAY, DECEMBER. 26, 1959 PAGE 16.

Sunday School.................... 9:30
Morning Worship .............*... 11:00
NAACP after Death ProbeTallahassee Evening Worship ................... 7:00 Mt. Pleasant' Methodist Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist

2170 Washington Street 402 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Gov. LeRoy GREATER NEW BETHELRev. Opa Locka Hallandale, Florida

Collins told the NAACP Fridayhe W. K. Smith, pastor Sunday School............... 9:30: am Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor
is satisfied the fatal shootingof FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Mrs. R. Conley, Clerk Morning worship ............ 11 am Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter
a Negro airman near Panama Morning Worship ................ 11:00 Evening service, 7:36: Evening Service 8 pjn
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Sunday School....................... 9:30
City was a suicide. Claudia Wilson Sunday School....................... 9:30:
reporter B. T. U. MARTIN MEMORIAL AME Morning service .................... 1100
Collins earlier had criticized Sunday School ..................... 9:30 5:30 Evening service ........................ 7:00:
Evening ,...................
Worship 7:00
state NAACP: President A. Leon Morning worship ,..............N... 11:00 Richmond Heights BTU........................................ ClOO
Lowry of Tampa, who had ask- Evening worship .................... 7:00 Zion Rev. Albert Jones, pastor
ed the governor to investigate."The The Sunday School Hope M. BaptistRev. Mllma Harris, reporter HOLY REDEEMERMass
Christmas Pawl Freeman Sunday School....................... 9:30: "
idea that this office should Tree and program will be heldon 1710 N.W. 69th St. and, pastor Morning worship .................... 11:00: 7 and 10 (Sundays)
17th Ave.
Investigate every circumstance Dec. 28. Let's all be present to ACE League ..........-............... 4:30: Novena 7:30 (Wed. night)
oeeuring in law enforcement involving encourage! our children. Continue Sunday School 9:30 ravening: wolshlp ...............?... 7:00 Baptism by Appointment
people of different racesis in prayer for our sick Morning Service 11:00 Information Class 8 pm. In
an absurd one," Collins said. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor BTU 6:00 ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. School. All are invited
Claudia Wilson, reporter Evening Service 7:00 Everyone is :welcome at Holy
Lowry had declared there was (Tuesday night) O. L. Hicks, Associate pastorM. Redeemer. For information call
reason to believe Airman RobertL. Prayer Meeting 8:00 T. Copeland, reporter PL 9-2369.
Humphrey of Tyndall Air Force SPIRITUAL BAPTIST Sunday School ........................ 9:30
Base did not kill himself. Terrine, Fla. MT. ZION A. M. E. Morning Worship ................ 11:00B. : BETHEL BAPTIST
T. U. ......................*..*..-... 5:30
Bay County Sheriff M, J. Daf- 10250 S.W. 176th Street 22nd Ave., Corner 152nd St. Evening Worship ... 7:00 Richmond Heights
fin said the Negro shot himself to Rev. Ernest Hutcheson Jr., pastor Opa Lock .111..1..1..1. Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor
death when a deputy stopped his Sunday morning the pastor Rev. C. J. Jenkins MT. HERMON Jean E. Scott, reporter
pastor A. M. E. Sunday School....................... 9:30
car. will deliver his Christmas message Sunday School........?............. 9:30: :
.............. ..
The will be taken Opa Locks Morning service .. 11:00
,......... 11:00
Collins igot a report from Datf- from Matthew message 2:10.: After the League Morning...Worship...................1..1................... 5:00: Sunday School....................... 9:30 BTU ......,11..11......w..N/................. 5:30
tin and a summary of the investi- service a treat will be given the Evening Worship /1..N....... 7:00: Evening worship .......?........... 7:00 Evening service .......*............... 7:00
tion by the Air Force, along with Sunday School children. At night Rev. Samuel Gay, pastor
the ballistics report from the there will be a Christmas Publicity Committee Overcoming of the Nazarene
Florida Sheriff's Bureau. pro- GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Morning worship ....... 11:00
gram presided over by Sister ? 12101 S.W. 219th St.
All show Humphrey committed Flossie Roundtree. Sister Mar- William F. Savoy pastor : Goulds, Fla.
suicide, Collins wrote ::Jwry.May.or garet Rolle will be the director 14th Ave. and 69th Street I CORINTH BAPTISTRev. Lawrence Reddick, pastor
of the {program. Sundav School ........ti.1..NN..N... 9:30: W T. Thomas, pastor Sunday School................... lOiOt:
Morning Service .................... 11:00 I
: Phone NE 5-1518 Morning :worship ................ 1'1:00' :
Wagner, We ore happy to see the fine Westminster Fellowship ....., 6:00: I Evangelistic Service ............ 8:00:
Sunday School.................... 930:
Borough President progress that Sister Elcena Gor- Morning worship! .......-......... 11K)0: .j Fri.-Prayer and Bible ........ 8:00:
don and Sister Viola Darling are MT. AARON BAPTIST Evening worship .................. 7:30:
Jack to Greet Omegas making' thank God, from their and successful
R410 N.W 15th! Avenue pastor Advertise
recent illness. Come and hear It Pays!
a (gospel preacher
New York Mayor Robert Rev. C. W. Scott, pastorDea
Wagner and The pastor wishes the officers, Earl Colden, clerk -
Hulan Jack Borough President members and friends, a blessed 5undav:: School ........................ 9:30:
welcome delegates Christmas, and a New Year fill Morning Worship ................ 11:00
attending the Omega Psi ed with contentment. nTU ...........................1..1.... 5:00 SOOTIN'S TVFREE
Phi fraternity's 46th Annual Kvenmg, Worship .... ............ 7:00
Conclave. at the Hotel New Yorker Prttjxr/ meeting Tuesday .... 8:00:
Dec. 27-30. Church of Transfiguration I REPAIR ESTIMATE ON ANY
Mr. Jack will greet the fraternity I
members at their plenary- (Episcopal) St. John's of The Nazarene Radio, TV or Phono brought into our shop

session at 2 pjm. on Dec. 27. Mayor 2571 N.W. 182nd Terr. 147R N W !Mth 5 Terrace' 321 ,N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589
Wagner will present the keysto Ven. John E. Culmer Lawrence" Reddlck. 'ator
the city to Dr. I. G. Newton, priest in charge Frank Bryant, Associate More than 25 years of reliable service
Grand Basileus. at 10:30: a.m. on Stanley Sweeting, reporter I
Tuesday, Dec. 29. Services every Sunday
The social.season begins Sunday Morning Worhip k................... 9:30: EBENEZER METHODIST
evening, Dec. 27 with a gay party Sunday School ................... 10:30 RPv A"*nn T) TTnll 1'I".tYm1p.tfnp (\"
at the Renaissance Casino. New T,. Ham/brick./ reporter
York inter-Greek groups haw TRINITY WESLEYANRev. C::'mdav cchnnl ..IN..N.NN.N.N... PSI1
planned a gala affair for Monday Morning iwvW ... 11:06:
evening.The George E. Johnson, pastor Rvenlns prvfr'<' ........ 7KM5 ', ; //fPIP JPIMfY' t(r fllJ Iilllr IIPYPI PIIIIJfp
annual Founders Dinner Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter
and formal will be held Dec. 29. Sunday School ..........,........N... 9:00:
One of the highlights of the Mornln Worship .............. lltrOO TRINITY C. M. E. I ''Iph _.
Young People's ........ .
Conclave will be the annual tal- Meeting 5:00 9014 NW. 5th Court
ent hunt scheduled for Sunday W. V Gpnrv, minister
afternoon between 5:30 and 8 p.m ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E. Phurch FrhonlMomfn ........................ flAO:
Tt is under the direction of Geo. wor"hfT I,> .......j......... I1:0fEvento :
Meares. Rev. E. M. Blocker, pastor worshtn .................... 7:0f:
Cloe Sweeting, reporter
Sunday School...................... 9:30:
Morning Worship ................ 11:00 NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. LESTER C ALBEHT. Funeral Dutctor
Don't Fret Fight! A. C. E. League ..?................. 8:00: .TnTiKM", E. Brown, pastor $ Eft V'CIS
.. ........ 6942 NW. ISih Avwiut OX 1-7681
Evening Worship .11 .. ..... 7:00: Bro. Vandell Bovan importer
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ST. JAMES BAPTIST Jiv'nine Worship ........ 7:00B.
T. .*. 5:30
323 N.W. 14th Street
Sunday School....................... 9:30:
PAYMENTSAre Womlnf Worship .............:.. 11:00 T) R "..nnrt.rRPv
n, T. U. ...w..I..N1...................... 850: c:: A Thomas, pastor
Too High! Evening Worship .................... 7:30: Slmflnv School ........ Sfl:
Visitors are always welcome Morning worship 11:00

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MIAMI TIMES-'The ,People Newspaper1' Adult Courses Liberty Square ,Project, Wed- Brown-Brittonf ff'
nesday and Thursday. I I
PAGE 16 'SATURDAY DECEMBER 26 1959 Nuptials k : ,T
Offered in Sewing Bethel AME Church (Hialeah); ('.
,Wednesday morning I
I I Mrs. Luevornnia Brown of 126
Foods DecoratingThe Orchard Villa: School, Monday NW 19th st.. became the bride,of
Law Aimedat and Thursday. I I the Rev, M. B. Britton of Bun-
Registration adult homemaking educa- Dunbar,' Thursday t t nell, In marriage ceremonies held,
tion division cxf the Dade County last Wednesday night at Mt. Calvary .
(Franto' C. Martin (Richmond
Board of Public Instrurtlon Is offering Baptist Church, with the
to all adults 12 weeks Heights) Wednesday. Rev. E. M. Thomas officiating.The .
Negroes Backfires courses in plain sewing, advanced Northwestern High, Monday'
sewing, basic women's tailoring, through, Friday (Day and even bride ,was attended by two
short cuts in meal ing classes. I of her long-time friends, Mrs.
Vivilora Pinkney Gainey and Mrs.
'NEW ORLEANS (ANP) -] and home decorations (drapes,
Classes will begin Jan. 4. Reg- Elouise Bennett. Odell Toney, a
The present form for use by applicants cediuxes. and the Orleans parish bedspreads and slip covers.) istration will be held at the above long-time friend of the bride-
desiring to register and Democratic executive committee. Homemaking, classes will be centers. Registration fee for each groom was the ,bestman, and
vote in Louisiana was admittedly The registrar of voters is the held in the following. centers: course is $2.00. For further infor- Velton Nichols, another friend,
designed to make It difficult, if sale person who decides'as to the Booker T. Washington High, I mation call PL 4-5491, I I was the usher.
not impossible for. Negroes to
( correctness or incorrectness of a Monday, Thursday evenings.
register and vote. It contains form. Many catch questions were Dorsey Jr High. Tuesday and
questions as to age of applicantin Wednesday evenings. Highland 42085 Free Consultation
: tmto trap applicants,
months and and
days, ,
years One of these North Dade High,
Negroes. was a ques- Monday and
asks who is the "householder. '
tion as to race. If a Negro answered ThursdayJ. SOUTHERN CLINIC
Many whites, attempting to "Negro," he could be R. E. Lee Elementary( South
register over the state in orderto called wrong. If he, on the other Miami), Monday evenings. Urinary and Chronic Diseases
vote in the sirited second primary hand answered "Colored", he Mays High (Goulds), Monday Hours: 10.4 2847 CORAL WAY
to be held on Jan. 9, were could also be called wrong. An- and 'Tuesday, evenings
refused registration mainly on other trap question was one ask- R. R. Moton (Perrine,) Mon- Eve by Apt. (Near 27th Ave.)
account of a faulty reckoning of ing who was the "householder" of day and Wednesday evenings.
Closed Wsd. But No. 4 to doorFair
age. the applicant.: James E Scott Homes, ,Monday .
and Thursday

The tumult caused by these Negroes are not as controversialin ... .. JI .. ... . .
citizens refused registration has registration as they were when [ &Vli'W li '< the form was first created and :ns- Koc : o: o: o5o! .. !
caused a storm of protests againstthe

white form asking citizens of for registration.and a revision organizationsare Leading of the I 1 makes the the ,presence Negro registration group of 130,000 of in Negroes voters the state not of ,] Realty is Easy ; Buy From; *1 1II

form making it easier for quail-: so difficult.

fled citizens to register. Amongthe 1 The late Huey P. ong, Louisiana II Its VISIT OR CALL TODAY; . PL 7-1645 e
organizations are the League "Kingflsh," was accused of t
of Women Voters, Legislature'sjoint using this form to keep his political drl
committee on election pro- enemies from registering. It I'
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Leila R. Williams, baslleus of t1
the local chapter of the National f
Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, left o ..
for Fort Worth, Texas where the f i it A Its
36th anniversary conclave will a 9 a''y f It,'
be in session from Dec. 27-30. .
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$795 DOWN ,,. : r It(sIt

Open Sat. &Sun 1 to 6 I wish to take this method of i" iUf
expressing my' deepest and eternal ) It
N.W. 152nd Ter.
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appreciation to all my friends, q
Gorgeous new 3bedroomCBS doctors nurses and staff of Jack-
home in Opa Locka. son Memorial Hospital, also senior . K.
Twilight Sewing Circle, I .
All built in features. Move
Faithful Few No, IT, and my
right in. ,Get Homestead ex Priest for cards, flowers, service, k 3t k
emption. EZ (terms. :You words of comfort and inspiration,
must see this today!II and other means of kindness:
shown to me during my recent I'
confinement and convalescence. ,
$295 DOWN $67 MONTH Thanfc! you ever so much. May WHY PAY RENT ?
Near Liberty City.' 2 bed God ever richly bless you.
Most Sincerely, R 1
room, part furnished. Why Leola Bethel Cambridge .
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N'C'IICICIIC" e in beautiful Rainbow Park in Opa Locka. jU.
$495 DOWN $75 MONTH I wish to express! my sincere appreciation See 41Sid" this Saturday and Sunday at li

Honeymoon bungalow, part "May your year be one of for all that you have 1717 1NW 152nd Terr., and ee for your-
done for me. furnished. Near Liberty City Harmony, Melody And | self this gorgeous 3-bedroom, brand new
my new home and I have to ,
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$695 DOWN$89 MONTH Fine:Arts ,m.of service 1770 w".you 152nd please. stn-call..' on..f I to .public and high schools, buses,. shop .n

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Then. dial FR 4-2044-9 9 p.m. See 1848 N.W. 57th Street Can You Afford a Mansion! 3
To settle estate this 2-bedroom CBS 3-bedrooms cgs
SAME DAY SERVICE 2 baths, hardwood floors,
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ALL MAKES ALL MODELS c. up.for,sale far: below appraised value. in both bath rooms,. city water, Kt

t Open Sunday. step down living room. Starting soon,
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