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jt 9 jk - ,gSPL. »„,?_ E M l"ff |^^fflßHWUffH^M^BLj^BffllrTKf*' Jr iy fc» «—^4MKte L. +tmHmm w iMMP [~ §•*" tjH b * -V^---rs^ < 3§£—- ~Tempora Mutantur et Noa fc.'utamnr in Ellu - 35th Y*A«TSW«r 18, ritoMj , V-’■ft'•,'■<* •- 11 i»^jifißM ■ jp \ - B -< aijk \ - \ •»•« & .• iflSS'S* • :jSH-, •', i]££, jPYIB ■ \ B, Blr M 9*. «| Sk \ 1 881 fl| a a£s \*- • M Ji&tun m . l BBL iflm jB 4 -.18 I ■■ v H 7 iff ™~ "* ’•• ? A dinner for the 30 colored meirfbers of the Lighthouse for the blind was sponsored by Cliff Baker and Conrad Fanner, owner and manager of Baker’s Famous Corner, Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Edward T. Graham, prom inent Miami minister, gave the opening address. * Mrs. Harris, who is affiliated with the Light house, saw that the affair went 2-Tear Old Killed by Stray Bullet Two-year-old Samuel Bright Jr., was killed Christmas Day while sitting on his tricycle in front of his home at 15931 NW 17th , place. Sammy was struck in the chest by a stray bullet. He died 20 minutes later in the Magnolia Cfiinic. John Tyler, chief of the Sher iffs Criminal Bureau of Inves tigation, said the shot “apparent ly came from some distance, but I don’t know how far.” gammy’s uncle, Nathaniel Mack, a Miami policeman withs Whom he stayed, said he thought MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DEc'EMBER 28, 1957 off beautifully. The guests really enjoyed the complete turkey dinner which was prepared by Buster Collie who has the kitchen concession at this Miami land mark. After the meal an entertain ment program, which included singing and music, was put on by the blind guests which was en joyed by all. he heard what sounded like a shot just before he heard Sammy scream outside. Mack said he ran out to his nephew and found him whimp-j ering and huddled over his bike! with blood streaming down his side. Sammy and his sister, Sandra, % who have lived with Mack lor a year, were going to be adopt ed by their uncle within a few I weeks. 1 So much impressed with the af fair and the convivality enjoyed by the guests Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Baker, and Mr. and Mrs. Conjrad Farmer have decided to make the event an annual one to be ex pected as long as Baker’s Famous Corner maintains its present management. Mrs, Marie Minni* | Killed in Auto Accident Mrs. Marie Minnis, wile of 'James Minnis of 4>15 NW 17th ft. was killed when the car which she was driving crashed into one driven by R. A. Jarrell, a 35- year-old White man of 1396 NW 79th st., about 6:30 Tuesday evening at the corner of v NW • 25th arve. end 33rd si. Police said Continued on page 9 3 . c : *.' 1 12 PAGES lO CENTS fp'-''' W' * MM' '\ At*'&&■' 4- AMfi SfSgt. H. Rollins of Miami's own '‘Flamingo Wing”, the 435th Troop Carrier Wing, has just re turned from Gunter Air Force Base., Ala. He successfully com pleted an aero-medical technic ian course at the Air University. ENDORSE DIMES DRIVE w—m—M—l I I ( ** ?: *# L* v ~ ■% . y '4ti i H 'Sssli 4'eMte -a ■ SX tjff I R|o ' 1 ■ |||Hh Warn Hk |g| r J' I —*' (Left to right): Dr. A. M. Townsend. Jr.. St Uiit, Mo., pres* ident National Medical Association; Mr* ttielurd Wooden, I-ynch burg, Vsl, president The links, Ine.; and William O. Walker, Cleveland. Ohio, president National Newspaper sociatlon endorse the March of Dimos for. funds peeded lot policy patients, research, and professional and public* education. ‘Mem bers of national organizations ore urged work in their drives, to make personatdonation% and to secure treasury c . local fojjfaef fho |Ss| JUry-t .. V pbnducted Jan* Wi» Fonnd Dead io Bedroom ?!r “ 1 I w§'- : '* ■ . W® i. "'rW' ‘ I r • -uB iw Powell Named Coach of the Year .By Stanley (Sweets) Sweeting This week the Miami Times' sports department begins a new annual feature in the mmli o' local high school football the naming of the Miami high schoo “Football Coach of the Year.” Coaches eligible for this dis tinction are those affiliated with the three high schools in th Greater Miami area, namely, George W. Carver, Booker 7 Washington and Northwestern However, during neat year's se lection Mays and North Dade o Goulds and Ope Locka will b> Included, when the selection of Miss Naomi Clark, 27, was found dead Christmas night in the bedroom of her home at 412 NW 13th st. Miss Clark was pro nounced dead on arrival at Jack son Memorial Hospital. Foilow !’ >g a post mortem on her body, •li&s Clark’s death was declared lue to natural causes. A ** Miss Clark is survived by her 1 rather, John, a step mother, Mrs. ’-dirgaret Clark; two brothers, John Jr., of New York, and Leo, a step brother, Alfred Brad shaw, a step sister, Shirley Brad shaw King. Funeral arrangements are in harge of Francis Funeral Home. m NATHANIEL POWELL ‘•all-county” football team and “ail-county" coach-of-the-year will be made on a county-wide basis. Following a series of confer ences the Times* sports writer** aided by a sports conunittoe, unanimously selected heed coach Nathaniel “Trar” Powell of Car ver high hi Coconut Grove, as “weehof the year” for the 105 V [season. During the past tea»en the Hornets, und«T the direction of Q0»lh Fowell, had their first un defeated, untied season In the history of their sehool. The Hor net? giso won the city's cham* phuMhip M well as the champion ship of the Big I South Confer- H 'J \ ' * ' v r rt 4 ■>'’ J 1 *' /; » ;v v I '' a'' ' r "■/ . 'l\ ■-/, - 1 ' / • . 7> -•//;' lV»r -; *‘-'-V r "V, ■* '/ Y'YY HSj BgbMg&j&y S W - : ■ . • St, 1 Among those present at the 11th Anniversary of the Sugar Ray Robinson’s Case Celebration, was famous New /ork columnist and TV panelist, Miss Dorothy Kilgallen, vho, along with Sugar Ray, and in the absence, due to illness, of Mr. Hamilton Poorer, president of 1. Posner 30., presented a gold wrisr* watch to charming Ramona as part of the firsft prize winning as New York’s meat beautiful girl in the Miss New Yorker contest held recently. Miss Pasos also won an all-expense vacation to Hamilton, Bermuda.— Foto by Bill Keno. Marion Anderson Sings on "See It Nov" "A voice ouch as Marta* Ander son’s comes once ia a hundred years" . M Arturo Toscanini, “See It Now" viewers wfß have the opportunity to hear Miss Anderson’s great artistry in a wide range of numbers on "The Lady Prom Philadelphia,” Mon day. Dee. 10 on the CBS TV network (It to 11 pm.) The is an inspiring filmed record of the world famous con tralto's recent sell-out tour for the State Department through Korea, the Philippines, Vietnam, Burma, Thailand, Malaya and India, O* the broadcast Mias Ander son will sing; “He’s Got the Vpwle World in hia Rands,” "Tramping,” “Hea ven, Heaven," "There’s No Hidin’ Place Down There,” "Go Down Mow*s.” "Homo, Sweet Home,” “Comln Through The Rye,” "Ploughboy ” Avt Marta,” "Serenade,” "Mon (Sampson and Delilah), "Der Schmtad.” ” ' ' ■ ■ UU" ■ TIT'" "I.HMMWNMI - JIM BROWN WINS ROOKIE OF YEAR TITLE New York Jim Brown, Cleveland Browns fullback Tues day was named the National Football League's outstanding 196? rookie in the annual United Press poll. Brown’s 942 rushing yards gave him the league ball-carrying championship by 248 yards. He finished evgn farther ahead of his rivals in the voting lor rookHC* i honors. • i The former Syracuse All-Am ’ eriosn player received 28 «2 the i 32 votes cast by sports writer* ‘ who covered the campaign in i the l l-league cities. Former Uni ' versity of Miami star Don Boee > ler, Redskins fuU , bph, A i*4L*int seodfcd with two votes. *'