The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00196

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GUNNED DOWNCHRISTMAS sey Junior High &booI early lung Hotel Lounge 719 NW iI i,
Christmas morning.Butler. { 2nd ave. about four o'clock .
35, of 3M2 Grand ave, Christmas morninc. Farms 1101-
In Coconut Grove was shot and land Holton and another ua-
Police Tuesday obtained alp killed between' four and five I, identifled man played' cards In
td' confessions from two hoodlums am on NW 9th it between 2nd one of the hotel's rooms. Duller
for the murder of Everett L. ave. and 1st ccurt A single was not In the game.
Butler, widely! known and po Q- let pierced his upper left but-I Parmj and Holland tart what
lar guidance counselor at DarI and severed an artery, money they had to the unidentified
him to bleed to death. man and the game soon r
After being shot Butler staggered broke up with the men leaving
M feet to his parked car the hoteL
I He collapsed over the steering On his way to his parked car
wheel with the Ignition keys in Butler! stopped in the Rockland
his right hand. I, Palace and made a purchase.::
At the corner of 9th and 2nd
Johnnie farms Jr. 30. of 717
Parma and Holland Intercepted+
NW 2nd are, and Willie James I
Butler and asked to borrow 15.00.When
Holland Jr. 19. of 3290 Thomas Butler refused Holland
Are, Cccenut Grove told Miami I
grabbed Butler around the neck
homicide detectives the shooting'occurred
J and shoved his gun into his side.
when they attempted
Parrot took the victim's billfold
I forcibly to '"borT'O'Wthe'
money from his pocket' and removed
from, Butler, whom they knew. about 110.Butler .J
Detectives' said Holland admit- finally wrestled loose
I ted firing the shot when Duller and nIL Holland fired several --- .Ar- 1
I P I ran from them after they took Urn.... one bullet hitting him.
I about *30 from him. He said he "
Police' found Butler's billfold
Find Fatal Ballet .
dtdnt know he had hit Butler. Cempanlen In Murder
near the cene.' with only a dkne
An Interracial detective team who had been seen with Butler in It A large stream of blood was and Florida A and M University.He .
of Kenneth Jones and C. 1C.
I earlier ata found, and a larger quan- received a master's degree
She;pard broke the case. The
tity near the door of his car from A and M
case locked' toujh at first because DETECTIVES STORY in August
there were no witnesses.but Detectives cave this account' FAMU GRAD He was a member of Alpha
a check of Butler's move after their investigation. A native of Coconut Grove Phi Alpha fraternity and a
meets early that mooning sent out Butler and Richard Holton of Butler was a graduate of George Shriner.
I EVERETT L. BUTLER a pickup can for several' men' 1521 Florida Ave. were at the Washington Carver High School Huller is survived' by his moth
er', Mrs. lean Duller a sister
Mrs. Juanita Jones, an aunt Mm.Vera .
Wilson, an uncle, Rule tJofIMnn.

I' Pinder Fined $10,000 Gets SuspensionHoward I FUNERAL. SATURDAY
; I Funeral' services for Duller
I will be held Saturday at 3 PA.
I at Christ Episcopal Church InOuconut
Pinder, biggest name I citing to defeat the government's,I II pay most of the fines with money Of this, $13.000 and a truck In Grove: under the direction .
In Miami's lucrative numbers I tax on bolita receipts. Howard seizvd by tax agents In the I which it war found will be turned of the M. R. Allen Funeral
business <*U1 quit the racket !Jr. his son drew a one-year suspended raid on their bouts counting back to the Pinders. Aa additional Home, with Fr Theodore R. Olb-
next year At least that's what sentence and $3.000 'fine house. In the raid some son officiating. The body will lie

he toW U. S. District. Judge WU- for failure to pay the $$0 gambling $23,000 was picked up In various $8.000 of the seized money in repose' at the funeral home
Ham C. Mathcs In federal court stamp tax. hiding places. will be kept by the government from 12 nocn on Friday until 7 .
Monday. Fredl It Clarke and Susie -- o'clock Saturday morning. The
This startling announcement Barnhill were placed on probation body will then be taken to the
by the local numbers boss and fined $1.500 each. church.
prompted Judge Mathes to give Judge Mathes told Pinter if he Miami lobe in
Ptader and three of his employee thought he could stay out of the Key City ASSAILANTS CHARGED
suspended sentences under strict I'lottery I business, the sentence Both IfeUand and Parma have
conditions of five years proba- would be suspended If not he'd been Initially. charged with first
Won. |''go I to JalL Pinder resolved he'd degree murder and armed robbery
Pinder drew a five-year sentence quit. Voter Registration Drive They are being held in jail
and 10.000 fine for COD.';I The Pinders may be able to without' bend pending a combined
coroner's inquest and preliminary
NAACP Executive Secretary hearing to be held in Justice -
a Roy Wilkins and boycott leader' of the Peace Francis J.
Christie's court' at 46 NW Firstst
+ fn Rev Martin L. King reveal this
on Friday, Jan. S at 2 pja.
week that Miami would be one at which time a formal charge
of the key cities in the South is expected to be flied

where intensified campaigns will
be conducted to Increase Negro CHURCH FORMS

voter registration. RACIAL UNITY

Other areas brought in for Immediate GROUP
campaign activity include -
L RALEIGH, N.C. An Interracial
Duval County in Florida,
group of about 100 clergy
a as well as in the Louisiana cities men and laymen in the Protestant
of Shreveport and New Orleans Efc Ucopal Church began to
lay the groundwork here Men-
Wilkins and the Rev. Mr. King day for the establishment of the
were among the 23 delegate at church's Ant Society far Racial
an NAACP meeting in Atlanta to Unity
help organize a campalfQ to intensify Convinced that Christianity is
facing its most crucial test in history -
s'r Negro voter registration. in the area of race relations

Wilkins said Negroes were not the group will spend the next
two days organizing the society
voting in the South "partly from on a national basis.It .

apathy, but mostly because of .is meeting en the campus of
the jungle regulations set up toke St Augustine's College, one of
a ..p him from voting. the four Negro educational tnUtuUoos -
J supported by the Zfels-
tti -We're shooting for 1,500,000 awl' l Church.

registered Negro voter in the! A s:oksman for the group
South." Wilkins aaid. I IHe emphasized that the formation of
h'r the society cornea' "strictly from
-a.....r-'"' _.ar.- _--... w.Shown. said there are at present I| the grass roots and that It willoperate

The public meeting sponsored by left to right are two unidentified 1.400.000 registered" Negro voters National independtly of thechurch's
in the South and said the Council the
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority at Greater national officers Grand Basileus Edna NAACP and the Southern Christian administrative arm of the Epls-
Douglas of Little Rock, Local Basileus Leaden Conference, headed cool Church in this country.
Bethel AME Church on Sunday broughtout Allene Taylor, City Commissioner Henry br the Rev' Mr. King had setout The now organization would

a large crowd to hear Dr. Milliard A. Balaban Charles Had ley. Dr. Bowen, to get 1,100,000 more voters. work cooperatively' official! agencies with "but thechurch's

Bowen of Atlanta. This event kicked off Mrs. Eunice Uberty, Mrs. Walton Robin. Wilkins said 41.000 Nefroes tnMlsst'stari. would be free to affirm policy

the 26th Annual Boule which proved one Ion and Rev. S. A. Cousin.-Johnson distinguished by and drvefcp program in a way
PopIanIDekept trom vot-l that official attacks are DOt always -

the held. photo.
of largest ever inf. I able." '

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Digest Announces 66 Scholarships Northwestern Practical Nursing Offers r New BEAUTY Duplex .J

New York The creation of I Attention high school graduates. 4 Spacious Bedrooms
M scholarships for Negro college! An Invitation is extended to
students during the next three I high school graduates who mar
announced' this week 2 Utility Room
years was be Interested in practical nursingand
2 by the Reader's Digest Foundation. do not plan to go to college.! City Water
They will be provided
through a grant to the United I .Registration is open now. Applicants 1480 N.W. 59th St.
Negro College Fund which will may go to Northwestern
I / administer the scholarships. Senior High School at 7007 NW Us your land aa as down
STARSe= I I 2th ave. on Thursday from 9- payment Lot or home
The Digest Foundation annrsaneed 12 noon and 1-3 pm. for per- Baron
that two schotanihJps II sonal interviews.The .
year will be awarded in each of I JE 81340 Open 3-5 p.m.
11 monger colleges of the UNCF. next nursing class will begin -
New York City (CNS) picked a priceless gem h re.
Nat King Cole hat come a long Thus In the three-year cycle of I Feb. 15.
way. from a poor little Chicago Dorothy Dandridge, who madea the grant all of the Fund's 33!
boy to rubbing elbows guest shot on Ed Sullivan' member colleges' will be covered.
with king and high society-.and shew, with such a plain hairdo Individual recipients of the ENROLL NOW IN '
we were proud to see him so at there were many. complaints scholarships will be selected by
ease at the fabulous debutante from the men has opened In the executive staff of the UNCF SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL
party Henry Ford 2nd. the auto Miami at the Americana, headlining from recommendation made by
mobile king threw for his shy the show but she'll be : the colleges.The For a Life Long ProfessionFlorida's
daughter Charlotte Just turned away from hubby for Christmas t United Negro College
18 Nat was the guest entertainer They've gone and lined up s was founded In 1944 by Dr. Frederick Oldest Reliable and Complete School
and reigned in true styleas terrific itinerary for Ella Fitzgerald D. Patterson then president It- : !
he cooed to the audience with and she's so excited over being of uskegee Institute.
seeks S2.2 50,000 annually for ap 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-3998
his sonis. Always Q hit with theyounger the best and on top of the ;
and alder crowd Nat world portionment among private
he can't get used' to such
was a much-sought after man fancy living. After all it wasn't accredited Negro alleles located i

during the evening and enjoyed too many. years ago she used to largest in the Negro 12 population states having JohnD the
meeting some of the most play cards with
the bays between"
Rockefeller! 3rd i< chairman' of
Influent! men in America-and shows in the basement at the
Notion! Council
In the world The deb's gown Apollo Theatre now the star to I i the Fund's
w s created by Yves St Laurent Just too busy with all her TV The Reader's Digest Foundation
cut" essor U Dtor and her Parisian dates ccncerts' and collate was established in 1949
interior decorator who dates and the like to think about Arms ;;ts .!att'd objectives is "to
turned the Detroit Country Club much except" a busy year atx.d. help youth make the mist of ttseHucati a.'A11 .
into a replie" of an 18th century nal opp rtunitkw" !
French palace where Charlotte 13 Adult CentersTo
we the princes' made many ONLY 20 NEGROES
trips back and Perth from France I
Jut tn ">,et the feel of the thing- Offer ClassesThe
Over 1,000 erf the world's top>> i LIVE IN RUSSIA
social register attended which Adult Homemaking Education I
cost her father a pretty penny Division of the Dade County CHICAGO Although there is
about $100,000.Sarah D:ard of Public Instruction' I no public display cf ractel discritninatiofl -
offering to all adults 12 i'l against Neftroos in FREE DELIVERY G
Vaughn who's been courses in plain sewing<<" advanced Russia "RttMian women are .

e'irnbing much higher since she sowing, basic women's tailoring sometime taunted and made the .. coxxERxtK, lod t [4+ ZSSg n vxBHCM.Mli
changed her personal manager short cuts in meal I preparation butt of j kes when they .have Negro
from feigner husband George home decorations (drapes. (MMbofHia and boyfriend," a ..tto.ftc. lisp
Tread well to C. D Atkins of Progressive beda-reads. and slip covers) former U. s. IVk4t" at the trade
Talent in New York .I Itoma-naldng<< dam will be fair in Mooeww. rites i tft the
Now they're building her as a held in the followlnj centers: January edition of Forty Magazines -
legend .and rightly. so for I
anyone can c mmand an audienceat Booker T. Washington High,
Monday-Thursday Writing on the topic "U w Negroes ;
the Empire Room of the Wal evenings. E
Uve in He..., William R
dorf Astoria Hotel where Lena Dorsey Jr Wffl. Tuesday and .
Home has scored many times Wedn' dav evenings. Ijvk. htmaelf a Never, and a \.
they deserve the biggest banner North Dade High Monday- U. S. Treasury AOHH. saidhow- ,
there about 91 ettitens \
find Thursday ever are
*e can She's added
acmethlnf new: singing spirituals m.f R Ue Elementary (South in Rueeia today f American \
... Aithout accompaniment Mhkh Miami). Monday evenin**, Negro extraction, who enjoy the .
is terrific, and Maya Mme 'r..m of other eiticens -,,
capitalizing oahu Hift School (Goulds.) I \
110*ever, freedom cf all ritteens (
face and features as a "truly Monday and Tuoxiay evenings.
great Negro singer" In other I I I R. R. Moton (Perrine) Mondayand in Russia is limited.Davis said, j j ;

words our Sarah is going more Wednesday. evenings For example; he printed out.every i .ico I5 (
towards an ever lasting appeal.In James E. Scott Homes Mondayand citizen must: carry a POM I
his wry first week' that Thursday port for identWicoUon If he byes fTa
dynamic Harry Delafonte did Liberty Square Project Wednesday in Monmw lAd wants to Co to I ; -
sellout performances which Is and Thursday evenings Leningrad see friends for any \ NIL I-W27
$43,000 for six shows plainalto Bethel AME Church (HJalcoJi), Mason he must have a p 'port .oo
a grateful audience who adored Wednesday morning. and pen nioon to travH It would .,
him and paid an upped price Orchard Villa School Monday be difficult fir any American to
of *9.M for best ...ta. For the 8 and Thursday evenings' even think of 'Unr a p Mport 1112 N.W. THIRD AVENUEALL
week run. the box office has Dunbar Elementary School to travel from Chicago to Detroit -
much in advance about $200,000 Thursday. evenlr s. THE LATEST RECORDS
worth surely the management Frank C Martin (Richmond
Most American Negroes Hvingin Complete Selection of Records
Russia have been there for 25

or 30 years. Many hove married POPULAR RELIGIOUS CLASSICAL
Rusnosn unn and reared fa

I APPEALING 70 YOU mil.... Davis remarked Almost 45fa EP LP Stereo
all are eMisem Ant their off.

.. .?riAv fey Mte Ruooian: womenare Radios Record Players Transistors
I.. k. still e noMered Negro "even
bv the Huostef. themaelves' "

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lit" .....t. Wi.dn..i.iiaySr. "t"fttftll
Northwestern HiflSt Se e>ool.
Moods) thnuugii Friday. (Da>
and 'eoing t'.......
Cto.*os will btngin Monday
Jan. 4. Rtt tetratscn. will be h Id THE YEAR IS GOING
at the above ce ""*r.-' R*p.trs- LET HIM GO"
Viet fee for each c& urr M $:00
b For further .infomMtson call Alfred Tennyson (1809-1862)
PL 4-5491 said

Soon the old year will b* ,.n" It was an

Letter to EditorEditor tvontful year. Wo atlll have Mac. 0roopor

iPfftL Miami Tirana Ity and the health of our nation ontlnMO to

I want to coAjraaiVete JudgeL 'Improvo.In .
'. ,d ,i eflgf E Thomas for his refusal to our pharmacy wo look forward to the
t,? 6f'I'on an adviecry board to
..Et form plan to butld a Junior Negro coming year with Snit confidonco. Many
w college! in Miami I think it ntw drugs Mill I be available that offer grist

a pu')r M*' and any man who hope for theIe.. Wo have arranged for
wants the Noro public to tettaj
each ono to be ant U us .a ooon a* prov.d
him and would' ar'pt somethingike
th's.: I have no respect for safe for u... Your pnyofelan can proscribe
.; : c him Anyone of ti-se men who the particular medicine ho thinks boat for
t i v accept the sppatatone&t to throw-

nv up a fence' around the ad. you.YOUR
vanct' nent of his people In other DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when

word fencing them in. I trust you need a m..dkl. Pick up your preacrip

they act wisely. tion if shopping nearby, or wo will deliver

tlOt 1 r Samuel A. Cutmer Sr. promptly without extra cha,.... A great many

P x, people entrust ua with their prescription

For The Highest in May wo compound yours?

COSMETICS Service Drug Store

f ACCENT ON NEW. Count Basic a perennial mat amour Also 1240 N.W. Srd AVE.
American musicians, appeals to you.to join the New March of PHONE .
FR 3 2IU
Dimes. New research new patient aid and a new program of Miami Times NewspaperCall MIAMI FLORIDA
education for the health professions by>> The National. i'ounda* PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS
goon make aa all-ont attack ea three treat cripplers, arthritis. YUkon 3-5681
birth defects and polio. Your contrite to. the New March of
Dime helps to prevent at.P Join the New AUrcaf "tl1\DI"
ali Dimes Jan. taL -

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Fireworks End Bowl Festival I SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1960 PAGE 3 ,I

The 1960 Oraase Bowl Festival I
f J will come V a radiant cifanav Sinatra Wins
Saturday night Jan. 2, in the
Orange Bowl with a spectaculat

Around MiamiBy fireworks" show. BoutBy

The Grand Finale fireworks Palace :
? r Pageant, beginning at 7:30 pm

DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU- will repeat' the New Year's Era Elllatt J. Pine nan, Ga, in the opening 3-round- I
King Orange Jamboree Parade, Jack Sinatra. 1M s. of New I,I er
[ : ::: the pre tame and half-tkne extraraganzas York won a unanimous decision j]i I Frank Sweet 124 Miami ko'd
: from the Jan. I Or orrr Sonny Tellechea In the 4- ''Jesse Jones 122 Miami in 1:31d
CHRISTMAS is gona, and thin ante Bowl football classic and round main attraction on the the second" round of a 3-rvunder.
Is the last column for the year. ".. I will feature a 30-roinute pyrotechnics weekly boxing show at the Palace .
A* for me. It was the best Chnstn. -I display. Arena Monday night. The Pancho Tellechea' 158 knockedout '
.. I hare ever seen or had. It you did.WITH. Staging the firework will tArt bout was closely contested all the Cliff Walker 155. Jackson-
was almost perfect' except the Brt.... one of the world way with Sinatra gaining the vile in 1:48 of the 3rd round.
bad news of the death of our THE SOUND ef Jlngla leading artists in his field. Sine' edge in the closing round. Herman Ponce, 113, San Juan
L friend Everett Butler, which I Bells and White Christmas tragedy last years Orange Bowl spec Hard punching Joe Lawyer Puerto Rico, scored a TKO over
will tell you about as this column' unfolded the early Yuletide tacks. Brtoe has pruenttd bisspectacular 150. knocked out James Sellers, Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1:17 of j
continues. There were many happy morning. A pistol shot ring out display to nearly 162. In 1:16: of the second roundof the first round of a 3-roun faces on Christmas morning through<< the merriment' a bullet million Americans. the 4-round aeml-flnal bout. Ray Smith won a unanimous
and although there were many make Its way into a man's hip. In other bouts the followingwere decision over Mariano Vega 132, i
empty pndcetMoks. It was worth his pockets. are turned' InsMeoutand The paceant with its three-ln- the results: I I I Iin the 3rd round. '
it to throe kids i Matures" Dab Baldwin '1 Eddie Ludlow. 132 won over
see and adults he drags! himself to his car one preaeotation more 143. Apopka. won
hapnr becauxe they rot some of but is unable' to get' It started before than 100 beautiful girls atop over Johnny Carving 147. Saran-1'i Bobby Tiger Allen 133.
the thing they wanted if not all. he blacks out He lay there floats accompanied by nearly as -
Mr bovs. Dare. Jr and Bill Inn and dies from ks of blond. This many bands' and marching units I r
me a box of Spauldlnr coif balls makes: one nf the saddest holiday
with a card saying, **N< Special lighting effect' haw
nr maybe ftea.nra in all of Sepia Miami
rtHill' be able to beat Duke JMI- The rictim ,is a* best loved been... added to the New Year'spre
and hatfttme show to
; me
kips, we hope This week
we popular, civic worker and edu
hare another ruff holidarw catrr Everett L. Butler age 3*, heighten the production. I I I
HATTY NEW YEAR toy'all' of Commit Curve
The news of I Tickets for the Grand final
Butler's death or I should say.i Fireworks Pageant will" be on tale
"uncalled for murder" !spread j all day Saturday on the south
PRETTY GIRL of the WetktrHrneH through the countr like wild fire J side of the bowl Prices are 73
Ward Pretty Boy of In Miami two thirds of the pop|rents $1. $1.30. tl 73 and $2 with
The WeekClrde Kitlens Pe.eremtn utation are very hurt about this f] all seats reserred.
nf th. Week Gerald event The shooting took place!
r.r n n Secretary of the Christmas morning' at 3-30: am i
Week- Florence IfoHowayAA at NW 91h *t and 2nd are and I
74 hours later two men John I Top Team i
MALT YOU kwaw by Parma and WllHe James Holland l.
by nnw I 'hit re been |In the rental went' to Hlee' headquarter* Henry Levin and Pat Boone
h.4ne... nt" a. a collector, but and turned themselves. In as together are becoming as synonymous
!"" beln Terrfe find apartments allaH Butter's assailants Dets C. M as fish and ('tand
rarer t""wn It Is a nice' Sheppard and Kenny Jones got most important team, a complete'
t,4.> and I Mke H but since Pre signed confessions front these success with top box office ...lu...
f>*en **i O I harent had the rp- men In the sUrinr' Ther must The : air h.tnlk'tWlfulb' I
.rtHniir ff' team *n much more hare felt that the Irate citlrens of wetted as director and star ,
-Mat nr fMk wont gn Into Miami' would not re' .t until they respectively on "Bernadme
thee H *erer this tnb gay me hid been fund for that Is the Donne's initial motion picture and
"h.n*'* fft halo I our people to eo".etiiut rf opinion. "April Lore." which paired' Boone
f._ heater fh'n.on>e of these Even with sadness In my heart and Shirley Jones
n'i.. her were Urine. In Swn I it'M flY Ur life every golden
''n- | erww in'- contact"" with a minute of |It Peace Now' Levin had handled the
f.*nflr. th-t kI-f doe' nt want any directorial" chores on still another
ttMnt hotter I recall" one wrman Pat Boone starrer. "Journey to
.h't..... mored' curt of a slum the Center of the Earth" a Clne-
apartment and transferred to a Alpha Kappa Alpha maScope De Luxe color production
nW-er r!... and she told me "1wire starring Pat Boone. James
n.*e t.. lear mr nice holmeTV Sorority Donates Mason Arlene Dahl and Diane
been here for erht re rs"Thfc Baker opening Sunday at the NITELYEXCEPT
rtjlr, ene* to move" that there Gifts Capitol Theatre
Ie a ertln rroun, of rerMe who
!.... *f*"nt want anrthinr' better
Veedle*. to say this renting ofs.n.rtmnta Gamma Zeta Onega cnafter of SUNDAY
h a nleann, ta*. and Alpha Kappa Aloha Sorority, Incooperation Happy New Year THRU APRIL 18
If ..ou nr ene of your friend are with the Mental
u tor-klnr for a nW apartment cal Hoalth SoHetr of Greater Miami. To All -
r,* at OX; 1-443 and HI be more sent a shower. of cards to |ndl*
than happy to help you : riduals at the rarVmji mental POST TIME 8:15
VwvMal In the slate Enrloned In '
CHICK I R nip Wllaan.I earn card was mete dollar wnkh CLYDE RAIN OR CLEAR
I. Oara Jar W r Baker and milt e tftle' a patient to 20 trips KILLENS '
Rand aV Y a with Frank Royal for refrenhmenrt at the canteen"
and his band upwtt,.. town
The Mental
Health Sorietr
over the O>Hna! hAHdaw at Greater of
Miami Red feather
a "
the rNh Ml Reerratl
rewHnjr In Ilk* md for the V are*. A eencr. awel con rfrwt bens of Proudly The Of Queens
rift. Sport
'''>e* t> ant in he sue Enjoy
Y*>*r' Fre c-f"h'l11An Therew4H e-fu' PresentsAt
nf the
b* n 'lnn "e In admission' tally ill men r At Florida's Finest Track
'ft that affair Im croud to II'AAWn
M" fomw Kr-rm. efisirrnsn The
of the special I ,,""t.-) ,.
If yew ar* far Mnf sore" and tired ..... aVn I'-tttt' Mrs Guai.Ik4tiM ied'rerted
fiyi i The hiHtle, and bustle of this c'' mrnonitrervi. Fiesta Club
th- h *4d.v. to' br the Sir John ., Mr RuMe Mlrell I?",.*H CHnV l and let Clarencerffp host.... the loral ehar.er of
gire row a cowl rub down. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
Clarence l- ca'led the man with Fri. Sat., Sun.
th. m.re h-1,44. It will do won-
a Pa!' FR J-S81 for ..
Am f"r .nt i
Your Vote is Need..r1
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4 SATURDAY JANUARY 2, 1960 New PotentateAt
Dr. Bowen Addresses Work

26th Nat'l Boule OpeningThe

six-day convention hosted for the space ae' How do w,
by Gamma Delta Sigma Chapterwas launch the principles of hon $ty?
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave, Miami. Florida''Phane FK I-22JI officiary: : opened with a public How may we erase the doubts in
Plant at 740 N.W. 1IUt Avenue Ph.t..* OX '..0421H. meeting on Dee. 27 at Greater our youth in their fundamental
Bethel AME Church. The ruest beliefs with respect to the dignity
E. SIGISMUND REEVES Idltar speaker f-r the occasion: was, Dr. and worth of the individual
Garth C. Reeves Managing Editor and Business Manager These are an problems we face
- today as teachers, mobilizing our
Member of the Awwrtated' JCecroTrr. young people for tomorrow" Dr.
-- Bowen was witty, factual, and
;;ember; of the National JfewwpaprT" r.bU.hen AeaorUtloaKntcntJ I : 1 Dnlistic In his approach to thes
: httlon of these problems. Spec .
*. H.rond Claim 5f ttr. Aac *t t. 127. at tb. Pant Offlr the
... of Marrb 1K7A lal emphasis was placed upon
at Miami.$ 'nrt. under lh Mt R. 1.1
I fct that if youth is to accept the
'"" of the he
cha'.lenre dace are
rust be told the truth about his
i- \ ,, :, own performance. He must not
"t'ItFM10F' T1IH XKOIIOTIIK i'Ri'1A- b? deceived into believing he is
:XKfJHO: PRESS brllrrr that AtwHoi can br* kcal the worM better than he actually is by
from sera ami national antaxtonlmiM wtivn It nrrorrt* to rrrrr ma.rrganllrM :tivn grades for personality and
of "'"'. rolor or erred, his lawman and lel HchU. llatmr fam'lv: acquaintances rather than
no man. frarlnc no n..n- the firm brlfrf that all men" are hart a* lone JM anrnne l- heMba F'nV'T.! he concluded that youth .Treasurer Zazah Temple 14t
that no with the freedoms which I The Nobles of Kazan Temple:
149 took time Christmas
on Day
accorded' him his
Jnve been on
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThis to help others enjoy Christina
c'tizenshJp: rights. Illus4rioi43 Itrtentate Samuel
New Year's Sweeting and Nobles visited Jackson
year Day comes on our publicationday
Memorial and
Friday, consequently! as was the case at Christmas, LUCILLESDressmaking ,uo.a. Also on Sunday. De-
we publish the Miami Times on Thursday.At MillineryAlteratlana comber 26 the 111. Potentate presented
the first of the year it is our custom to take a restropectivc a diamond Shrine Pin to
glance of during the Kulard: A Bowen, supcr'.ntcn-1! f Noble Laban G. Dcde for 29 yearsof
occuranc.es past year.
All Work Guaranteed service to Prince Hail Masons
dent cf area one of the Atlanta ;,
To follow custom here are some of the events of 1959: -MbIJc: K'hc':") system. Dr Bowens, 620 N.W. 8th SL, Apt 5 and named him "Mr Shrine of
In January Arthur Ashe Jr., from Richmond,.. Va. mrjje tied: (In beau'ifuHywith 59.
was first of his race to play in the Orange Bowl Tennis the s'lffir'jr. : theme. Mobilization I I Phone FR 1-9378 ." ........,., ." ..
"f Our Youth For The SpaceAge"
MeetWho's Hew can we orbit youth Happy New Year
Who of American Women lists Mrs. Irene

Straughter and Mrs. 11 ay me Williams, both MIamI edu-
cators, among 117 Miamians selected. \\'. P. It. appeal suit asks immediate Integration.Two .

January 18: Carver Branch of the YMCA dedicates Negroe on Grand Jury-Dennis Smith, Jesse

its new home at 6770 N.W. 15th Avenue. Miles.Two

Homestead Sheriff, S. R. DeWitt is fired for brutality young girls burn to death.
and for killing a Negro.In Governor Collins signs death warrant for two mur- p

Pittsburgh, a Negro physician Dr. James Brown i dcrcrs.
leaves 1500,000 to his White friend Doctor and Mortician jailed in insurance swindle. y

Georgia halts school registrations. I June: Segregation bill killed in Florida Senate. ".. f

Duane V. Palmer, white Floridian, leaves $100,000 to Senate vote $500.000 for race propaganda. r
a Negro woman who once treated his ulcers and a had Seven seized in dope raid. ,r

leg. i NAACP to set up Credit Union In Florida.

Cleveland's Jim Brown named National Football I Integrated" golf course revenue up $30,000.
League's Player of the Year by the Associated Press. I
Julys Four White youths get life for raping FAMU
Rev. Theodore Gibson appeals Federal Judge Joseph coed.
LJeb's decision on the Florida Pupil Assignment law. 4
I City laborers win equal pay fight
Uttle Rock asks to reopen schools. Southern-born Harry H. Kendall leaves one-third of

Grand Jury Flays Homestead Police Department. hip $11.000,000$ estate to provide hospital care for Negro
F.bruaryzVork begins on new $300,000 Christian children and aged Whiten and Negroes.

Memorial Hospital. Police officers get $GOO salary increase
Charles Hadley named unofficial mayor of Miami
Cops Nab three in $15,000 holdup grab.U. August Georgia youth takes medicine to Africa. Ora D. Taylor

S. Supreme Court halts probe on NAACP. ami. Railway Employee: hold national convention in MI Realtyand

March $50,000 fire at Bethune-Cookman College.A .
Circuit Court Jury awards $17,500 to Dennis Cars- Mystery explosion! rips N.W. store.
Four thousand attend open house at Christian Memorial Armstrong Manor
well 50 for a snake bite while working on the Seaboard
Airline hallway Hospital. Homes

Roosevelt Estates at West Palm Beach opens. ton, Seven Delaware.whites arrested for bombing home In Wilming 14601 Lincoln Dlrd.

Congressman Charles Dlggs guest speaker for local CE 5-4246
NAACP. Principals told to fare integration
September Negro from Orlando ..,........... .... .
Rev. J. N. Byrd, pastor of Mt Tabor Baptist Church, : to enter Universityof
dies. Florida Medical School.

Justice Department asked to Investigate race-baiting Lore and Charity holds 10th annual session at Nassau -
in Teamsters Union. Bahamas. HOMES FOR SALE
Two Miami schools integrated
April Jacksonville closes golf courses to prevent Reginald Johnson, Miamian. receives Ph.D. degree Th... art the bat buy In the
mixing in new Orchard Villa art.. Prices
psychology from Ohio
Althea Gibson University. and reduced far I a..
tennis star, on Ed Murrow's Person Leaders. terms you
to Person TV Show. In fight for equality. time ta get your Homestead Cx-

Racists march on Richmond. October: Miami's 450 Longshoremen strike 'ptl.ft-CALL NOW.

Daisy Bates, spark-plug Little Rock integrationist, to Racists plot to stymie CORE I BEAUTIFUL CORNER HOME
address NAACP Florida branches.Dr. President! Brown threatened. I. Near Orchard Villa Scaal. 1-bed- 1I
Shirley heads Christian Hospital gift committee.Use Three hundred seventy-nine students assigned to roam, carpart and a yard like a
park. Law dawn payment on
Orchard Villa
of White pools on fringe areas urged by Garth Elementary School. FHA t.,,,,..
Reeves, managing editor of the Miami Times. Mrs. flora M. Pcarsall, principal.
Slum owners warned to demolish 10 sub-standard Negroes demand Park desegregation. NEWLY DECORATED CDS
buildings. U. S. Supreme Court upholds Civil Rights Commis 140 N.W. S7th St. Open Satur.day -
slon. and Sunday. Sea this nice
Dr. Ira Davis awarded citation by Conference of home. Last one In this nice aatlon -
Christian and Jews. White numbers queen held for shooting Negro to S bedroom, on corner lot
Rev. Theodore Gibson low FHA tarma.
featured speaker for Young death.White
Democrats Calender Tea. students ordered to attend Orchard Villa DAY NURSERY N.W.Klftd..rt. .

Florida Elks Hold State Annual Meet in Clearwater. school .". Price reduced.
Roosevelt Estates, West Palm Beach, hold opening NAACP says pool segregation must end in Miami. i Owner wants .".... Must be sold
ceremonies. November new, call me an this far a good
Longshoreman killed In 11th street gun-
G. E. Graves Atty. for NAACP, honored by Rho battle.NAACP I deal ready new ta make Fully money.equipped and

Sigma Chapter, Phi Beta Fraternity.W. officials cited for contempt -
O. Perry elected president of Florida Elks. Integration of County facilities asked. ONLY ttfS DOWN

Five Dade County principals shifted. Ida Ra tc litre, South Florida Conference AME Church holds con. nice New N.W.2 bedroom Mth, St.with area.Florida Very

Samuel Cohen Nelson Bethel, Zola Sullivan, E. J. Lock- ference in Miami. room. Could be used aa third
hart. Atty. General Ervin tells Dade County to integrate bedroom. Near bus and schoola.

Bishop A. M. Cohen dies (17th). slowly. 2 Nka Late In Lincoln City. Alee
Cornerstone laid for Christian Hospital. Negroes integrate Crandon Park. one nice lot In Carver Ranches
May Four gunmen get $16,000 in bold daylight Primate Ernest L. Petersen dies suddenly. Law prke

holdup of Miami Laundry. Negro vote decisive in DuMond victory Call E.
Florida Senate extends, NAACP Investigation December Orange Blossom Classic is biggest yet. Harry Denny

Grand Jury Indicts four In co-ed assault Judge L. E. Thomas returns to Municipal bench. PLaza .S230

Miami ,convict drowns in escape: attempt. Following. these reminders Ye Editor wishes one and Lowrie Realty TU 71MPACE .
Road patrolman fired for accepting bribe. all a Happy New Year.




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THOUGHTS FOR THE day greetings to all. I
NEW YEAR: _e Registered. Real Estate BrokerIN

The sun is just Everyone still talking about
rising on the LIBERTY
the Egellocs party. More than .1 CITYS.B.droom
morning of another
day, the first
day of a now yeaf. What can 1 hundred guests converged on the "0"''. All CBS. Pull
home of
Mr. and Mrs. Rashford"SXmJ'
with that this day this year, may prle t11,2SO. Down payment
bring to me? Nothing that shall Jennings to enjoy the tt.OOO. Per month $100. It"
make the the world or othenpoorer planned tames dances and general NW 61th St
fun. Mrs. Pauline IL Smith,
nothing at the
expense mother
men; but just those few president was kept quite busy Duple' All CBS. 741 NW 85th
aivund from
thing which In their coming do getting that group evel'7one'togroup 8L Pall prtco t1S. OQ. Down pay
not stop with me, but touch me sure mtnt 11,500 Per month $100.
was having a gay time. .
rather as they pass and gather y Lie, rk
strength: 2'Btdroom trims homo, c.......

A few friends who understand share The of Opa Christmas Locka scene gaiety had also.its 7151 NW 15th court. Pull pHco

me and yet reouOn $7,500. Down payment $500. Psimonth
my friends. The McDonald, Fosters' home was
A work to do which has real the place and the "Social Graces".a $75. .

valuewithout which the world bridge dub was the group.I
would feel the poorer. A return This unique group which operates .
fer such work small enough not without a president is composed 2"Bodroom frame homo, JTtO
to tax unduly anyone who pays.A of married couples and Oak Av. Pull price $7,500. Down

mind unafraid to travel, even meets every other' Friday even I payment" $500. .Per. month $75.

though the trail be not blazed. ing. The members are the James
An understanding heart. Robinsons. Riaben Donaldsons, IN RICHMOND HEIGHTS

A sight of t* vernal hills and Willie Petersons Ted Piguses, '+ $ 4t71 tt 1ie i__ Bedroom Down CBS homo. Prieettl.tOO
1000. Per month
unresting set, s nd of something Calvin Mapps and the Edward $05.
beautiful the hand of man has Johnsons. Their friends enjoyed .

made.A the evening with them. fir these specials' call Summon

cense of humor and the power Future. I Day or Night I
to laugh.A The Designers cf Miami, .
Phoneo HI 4-2441 .r HI $.0'"$
whose motto Is -High Fashion .
Utile leisure with nothing to !
With Economy," staged' a br..-
do.A few moments of quiet silent liant fjunion show at the weliappointed I .................. ..HCOMIS'
medi tten. The sense of the pres- home' of the Edward i
svnce of God. Braynons located in 55th terr
The models featured' childrens
And tAe patience to wait lor /
daytime and sleepy' time wear as
the ceaun,; of these things, with
well as bats and furs AU items
the wisdom to know them when
and garments were made In the --Jn-- MI LUNCHEONETTE
tae, come.
Adult Education Classes of mil -
It is my hope that in the weeks ,
nery and dre *makin< located in bit of Christmas cheer 1943
to come we'll share many. to flprcnd, a during the N.W. 2nd Ave.
various centers throughout tne
tnoughts. county Mrs. Mary Lou Belcher u holidays wen member of the Miami Chapter of the I

o the instructor in charge and Mrs Frontiers of America. Frontiers president, Henry Arrinjr-

fui. C"Aaf'a.uaUoN a.o.stus to Gamma and Delta a betutl Sigma Maude Reid is the supervisor. ton i i" shown prvenin a king size basket of groceries to
Mrs Ruth: N. Mite served' as Mm Bonnie Pearl Miles 2785
of NW
Cftapter of Sigma Gamma 42nd St Mr. and
mistress of ceremonies (er-
Hub Servrity. Int, for the man formed at the piano during thenodal :Mrs. Mile and their seven children lost everything they

nee in which the Boule was car hour owned 1 when fire leveled their home at 4818 NW 25th
tied oil, and for bringing such a I
to fair S Ave. on for 28.-Johnson of :Miami photo..
disUAAUuhed gruop our It is lth profound grief that _
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crt One highlight of the
> program
we record the death ot a Oear tty ,
heal at Has Greater the public Bethel meeting AMJC, friend., **a great guy" with: a big | Expression of Thank
heart a colorful' personality) miter' rl estate'
Cautd1, Dr. Milliard A. Dowen I take this mehtod of expressing
Everette L. Butler. To the mir -
auerantenticnt cl schools (area broker and driving seAmi owner thanks and appreciation to
sing family, the Dorsey HighSchool
1) of AUaata was. in rare loan especially the of I ndoii.. Fktflnd is here visitin i the many friends and members
as he! sftuke, on the 'fOft'a1bem4t family ( uf MZkm' lloapt tit C'ho' fth. and .
cafeteria staff to wtam he was his brother and family in thDfceTtv
el the IfeuteMuoiliiation: of mrfor the Rev Edward T I 4r
so kind I two grieve' with you. CHv ape*. Mr. Jeftntnft Graham for their kindness durIng
la hit
YotHto fur The Space Age.
remarks be suggested that ".. May the memory" of him keep! us nose entered man sods] courtesies my bereavement t. caused ty

put yvuta in orbit in order. for strong in the faith that no and life whilr here He leaves after the death of my daughter.. Mrs I ,
In Its
aa to. Uke full advantage of strong may be In pure its strife and purpose our life the holiday raon for Kingston, Bmma. Bethel Majr God bbeajrcu. 4

this: space age by providing better not be purer and stronger thereby : I Jamaica: to visit with his mother I with J t
education,, stimulating aiur- you a Happy New Year
May be rest in peace Il t*rorc returning to England. Mrs Elizabeth Ilrown
age and by launching the provex&ai .

rockets" of fair play, decency Francis Carter will be ml.SKd

and honesty., at BTW High. She was an ardent

worker, a teacher of great ability For Rent DowntownLarge CLIFFORD -B byM COMBS
Delegates who attended nation
a product of the local school system PROPRIETOR'
al cenvvntkns during the Christmas 'I
and a member of one of ),11-
season were Edward Moray ami i'* finest families. The famity private home, five bedrooms, living room' The Finest FoodsAt

and local Charles chapter L.of WUUams Alpha Phi from Alpha the has. .this- corner's e sympathy. dining room, kitchen, front and rear jalousied Popular Prices

Fraternity. J.t,.. Aurora Craw- This corner extends a beautiful porches, landscaped yard, patio and fruit trees. Lunch. SOc up
fort, MIM Paula William, hibiscus to PriDe bel Elisabeth Half price for children

and Mrs Mayme Williams were Johnson and her staff of 1813 N.W. 3rd Ave. under 12

sent trust the local chapter of the Phyllis Wheatky School fur Complete aodax fountain
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority all the parties arranged aad Shown
by only. Call
B-th group met in Cincinnati staged' far The Exceptional.
Ohio Phi Beta Sigma Fraternitysent Children Mrs Alice Evans claw Op.. Dally and Sunday
Julia Dillard and James L. Luther O. Carey FR 4-8398
was sponsored' by one of her pa 7 ajn. te It MI4nateJl.
Cherry a< their representative' to Mrs Tcmezeta Stan. The
Waonington. DC As this goes to Rltteohouse tram family of Coral _. ....... ..

press all delegates should be Gables and others sponsored Mrs rZi V h'ob'h'1'II! 1'II'h'h'h' 'h h'h fl ,.rr. ,. f'J\t,.,.,.I" .r. f.f.r'n.
trek on the local scene and deep WWle-Mae Murray's, claw The 4 4 4 4 . 4 4 .. 4 .4 ... ...... ..4.4..4.4...

in the throw of structuring reports. Cwest Club and Phi Beta Sigma

Fraternity sponsored the party YEAR IS'
l. for the llomrbound' children. Mrs.
THe medal and civic scene was Ruth N Polite i* the teacher

tutffeJy charged with. festive par- Phi Beta SUma's funds were .

a tie*. used to purchase a film viewer ; RING OUT THE OLD, RING IN THE flEW %p
In the beautiful setting of the machine.

he*****' home. Mrs. Stanley At The All NewCLUB .
HubiSttOfi. the Kon-Pariel Study Many friends' and visitors shared :.

Club, put ac ide its regular agenda in the festivities. Some of
and engaged in the festive them were Father and Mrs.. John
S seaeea of changing gilts and Culmer. Mrs. Harriet Vemlck,

rosufUsciRg Guests of the evening director of special education Mrs. I $
were Miss Johnnie Patton Helen Miller, and Miss Dorothy Mil

and Luc.1 If Riou. Mrs, Edward Oaburn, coordinators.
(VickO Wetto was hooter iS
to the Paiasettia Bridge Club in The charming and distinguished -
her gaily decorated home locatedin lady seen during the holiday
Mrs.I season with Mrs., Annlemae Twine ,
Gables area.
the Coral .
Jessie Adger. 1900 N.W. 75th St.
Hubert II GUI was guest of Is her sister
honor and Mrs. Alma T Brooks from' St. Augustine. She Is one of .

president extended special holi leading citizens of her commuiu- FEATURING.

May The dew Year BriDe You Better Health and .

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Burley who wrote the "Hand
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-Difgeth Thou" a collection of
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for beatnik consumption.' of insurance:
CHARLOTTE, N.C Kelly M. Burley veteran newspapermanand
Alexander chairman of the voterft',1strauon THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA one time managing editor of UFE
committee of the Na- PAGE 6 SATURDAY JANUARY 2, 1960 the Amsterdam News, claims tbs
tional Association for th e Advancement beatniks borrowed' their picturesque HOSPITAUZATION
of Colored People language from his jive dictionary INCOME PROTECTIONAll
this week announced an intensification v Nw published In 1944.
during 1960, of the As WOMEN WHOSNITCHED The stories are around a number policies available' an monthly
sociation's drive to expand measurably PHIL OSSOFER ON of colorful characters and are
the Negro vote. Illustrated by Frank Lee. basis

Special effort, he said wouldbe SAYS: BOYCOTTERPUT Phone Charles Vonselc ats

made to. 6teJl,) up the work ____ OUT OF Register to Vote! TU 80140for
among churches. &.me 1,700 clergymen Informaton and
leaders in community affairs Man is diverse and man U one; CHURCH Your Vote is Needed app""t""tSOOTIN'S
throughout the South are one in creation, and diverse in
bring encouraged to take active physical attributes. We all recognise Birmingham. Ala. (ANP) -
roles in th e campaign. the surface differences, Six Negro women whose testimony
'The church Mr Alexander but only slowly discover the against a young Baptist
pointed out "is one of the most basic oneness of mankind. This minister resulted in his conviction TV
potent influences in the community comes as we awaken spiritually: for alleged violation of Birmingham
and w ON ANY
is citizenship responsi strand rf Godliness
a < Instilled (and law, were expelled from the
bility" which should be of concern too often stilled) within our souls.
East End Baptist Church, ANP Radio, TV or Phono brought into our shop
to religious leaden. "If half Unless -we take a mature atti- learned.
the church members registered tude towards the diversities" of
The names of the six, describedby 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589
we would have more than 3.000- men. We cannot truly understandhis
000 Negro voters In the South" basic oneness. Science sees the pastor as aged and More than 25 year of reliable service
he said. both aspects of man and wisely disgruntled ", were not Immediately
recognizes the greater important available but It w a s
The campaign envisions the establishment of this oneness.Or. I learned they were kicked out -by
within churches of N. J. unanimous vote of the (congrega
OerrilU professor at
voter registration clinics designed McGill University Montreal la tion. The congregation evidentlyfelt
to instruct church members in the had UNIFORMSS1.00 I
his book 'You and the Universe women brought
registration procedures, roadblocks ," ably states the problem shame upon their church com
and tts. though he does not offer a solution munity and race.The i
One roadblock to increased Ne- for It He says "We see a
gtu voting, he declared' is the fear different face in every" human expulsion came after the to 53.00VALUES
among election officials and other being yet behind them aU wes Rev Calvin W. Woods 26 won
white perans "that Negroes < the same person wtMththt'y an appeal to the Alabama State TO $9.00
want to take over. This Is not out I be men or women. The diversity Court of Appeals of a six-month NATIONALLY FAMOUSDRESSES
aim We simply want all qualified is there without a doubt, jail sentence and $500 fine. The
citizens to be registered to but so is the essential oneness. sentences were imposed last January
vote. Nutxdy seriously questions the by Judge Frances Thompson
of Birmingham County Criminal
family of man or the fundamental
The drive is more less Court for
or a reportedly urging
In fact the
stimulation of an already established present his the
corurrgatlon to boycott
Air. Alexander campaign by asserted.the NAACP."Al-" no means human the problem only one, though Is bow by to city's Jkncnwr buses. I $1.00: to $5.00
act and adjust to the all
though the vote drive is nationwide pre- At the trial, t he six women
the major emphtsis will be vading diversity in such a Bray testified the pastor urged his congregation VALUES TO $35.00 NATIONALLY FAMOUS
in t he South where the smallest that the "underlying unity pre In a sermon not to rid Children' and Men' Clothing
proportion of Negroes is registered dominates. the buM-.. Rev. Woods denied the -
This .U an Important election The answer to. this problem Is charge but admitted he mentioned APPAREL WHOLESALERS
year and we think w will get as old as the problem Itself. segregation in the sermon.
result*.- Every Pnvhet: of God hat spoken The appeals court held that the 127 N.W. 2nd St. (Take elevator to 2nd floor)
of it Moses said, "Love thy law under which Rev. Woods was Phone FR 7-2943 FASHION MART BUILDING
Ghana Building 26 neighbor as thyself," (Lev. 19-11) convicted was obsolete.
and Jesus said. "Love your enemies -
Secondary Schools bless them that curse --
you ," (Matt. 3:44)). Thus
Accara -of (ANP Ghana) -Is The rapidly government are admonished to accept unity For The Finest Apartments at Moderate RatesCallBONDED
despite our diversities.The .
building 24 secondary' schools u
a part of Its second five-year- important thing 1* this
Loving service not lip service,
plan. Most of the schools are expected
to be completed and in problem.will enable us to solve this vita) COLLECTION
use within the next 12 months.

School TV in

Central Africa .
Salisbury. Southern Rhoxtorla r.
- (ANP Introduction of television ,
in the schools of the Cen STAUFFERHOME ,
tral African federation '
conUtlng PLAN
. of Nyasuland and South "May the Happiness of This Holiday
ern Northern Rhodesia' 1s
being studied by the federation'sministry Offer you reducing in Season Remain Throughout The '
of education, The decision your own ,tome. Free deraontration. ,
to ue TV In schools will
rest u on a report of a minis

official in use who overseas is studying the system I) lAd I With All of The Tenant, Friend And All r

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Virginia Still Trying to"Muzzle" I SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1960 PAGE 7

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requested by the NAACP and the

conference, was to "fet an Interpret
*UonT of the statute. lie SALE
the NAACP Minted out the commission" has

no eDfol"C'ft'lW'ftpow.r.. After Comer 110 :x 110

Catterall announced the commit- Build on your lot
.&en'. decision. Hill asked for a
L By VICTOR CALVERTONRtctmond. star but Catterall replied: or mine
I Va. AMP) -
Die-hard segregationists here aresuit -There IS nothing to stay. We take care of financingNO
Between The Lines. tWe added certain material already
trying by every
imaginable to make the Virginia has commonwealth's been sent to the attorneywho Richmond MONEY DOWN

By GORDON HANCOCK far AMP Conference of NAACP Branches has responsibility for enforcement Cash paid for your lota "or
list to
turn over it* membership
In the case.
the Stele Corporation Commission. homeSEYMOUR
The cotnmiMka wants to
The Populational Explosion InterpretedIn inpoct the association's records' NewsboysWANTED BARON

and ut of tubers.Vuglnia .
17M' there appeared on the sojrefationlsts have JE 81340
he men of economic literature An been smarting under gains made
}say on t he Principle of Population by Nefroe through court battles to sell Lktnstd and Insured Bulld.e

by one Rev. Thomas RIalthus. ever since the school desegregation The Miami Times -
) an English clergyman, derision of the U. S. Supreme -
M.hose close contact' with the hun Court on May 17 19M. Apply 3128 NW 45th St. Join The NAACP

gry masses led him to the serious They are hot after the NAACP
study of population. spearheading. the victories ..
Ilia work has become a classic wh.eh habn n won in the past
and its fundamental thesis that ten years.
population tends to out-run t he Virginia Negro haters have re-
food supply has never been successfully s.. rtcti to various: hole to break up TELEVISIONSNO
controverted. Because r the NAACP scfavne to frighten

his outlook was pessimistic there VAACP members with the hopeof

have amen many economistswho breaking up the organization,
sought to discredit his findIngs If the list U released, |It is cer-"
and conclusion, but without tan that mmtbers of the NAACP MONEY DOWN
success. would be subjected to economic

The current talk about population 4 ton CtrfM .. Hancock reprisals and harassment Oliver
4pfc ion is but the vindication VY loll NAACP council told the
of this economist who I cwnfvuswon not to require the '
wrote more than a hundred. and Improve the lot of the massesto disclosure: of the nam* and ad- ; ;;; ;

fist, years ago Aa a student at a stage of decent uvin and ... of NAACP m nbcra and arnca. ,
economic, this writer has been the population automatically eftmsbutor but he sold the ,
Mahfcutlan in his populational checks itself. so the question NAACP was willing to provide .In* '

tutteek but has always looked ulna why use do nut apply this formation and its financial ac" . rJss>ru 'RADIOS'
asknee at the birth-control rtrned method of checking the p>vta- CMMttS.
prupofted as an answer to tion Instead uf going dirvcUy at I The only. thug ate dent want,
the qurtons population -0;>10- matter of disteraiaatien birth tn ri veal' are the name and ad-
stee" raise control propaganda and teaching? I claws 01 put.l* who give us

Many the Hearst When .c *o in fur birth: control i i money." .sole Hilt
years ago
before conctustnn of
we are tampering' with, to* Sfccrtiy
had celebrated columntot
ne* papers, the late a Arthur Brisbane- biological balance instead uf adjusting ih.. hearse.. Hill uv.ed that tat
NAACP not U forced to dfectescthi
the matter of wealth distribution
who once wrote that all of the
the world could be hieh is the real hUH inturtnatKm until tine court
people tn of our present pupulattonal 1 uneasiness hM'e handed cI.IWtI deslllums! ift
placed< on Long Island and
ye.i.tteg Malta challenging the
enough' food raised In the tate TV REPAIRSALL
cf the aikdNAACP
The late Dr Norman Ittso.s uf C'OMtlwt..Ut'' so
6f Texas to feed them Colgate University was lecturing i law .'*ct...1 in 1546
That was another way of saying Hill that t he comtnis*
before my cla**.. ia exn- argued
that there was room In the ics at Virginia Union and wa sum If It heM the statute required WORK GUARANTEED
world for billions and billions of
1tW.. the meeeherslip. -
advocating the dUsemmatioti of tf'r of
reupie then unborn viiwM "be MnpimgIo on
birth control int l"maUen.
The real" ) trouble then 1s not We differed harpy on whether the rigfsta "f ...... ,...., .It'
that the the world U American TV
present Mono
C nMri Hapfc T Cattrr- Corp.
we ap roacn the mallet trim <* *K ftrr
over-populated. but that the .
said the > of Tues
the indirect .-., of finding au- all ** ptstynne
meant cf subsistence are not ether ratio of wealth cttcfetbutioa, day's fciiartstc. .****. had been
l distributed. If It were
preperly or go In r>r the spread of birth i --.- 2300 N.W. 62nd Street OX 6-0919
>*sttrie to distribute more equitably
p the means of aubtlstenctavailable control' informs tien. the din
the populations would tnJ is ab. the hoe of the plutocrats
He admitted that the chancv
not be in a state of "explosion."
of getting another ratio of wealth
It i* explosive. because some
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distrtbutien were Ie remote tint
are getting too much and some"
the direct" approach would bt
getting too tittle!' Moreover this I Imore I
nation has. made a fetish of the hopeful My opinion thens
now U that we ought to dea)

Main We standard haw made of living.obsolescent the with the cause and not the vftVct YOUR CREDIT IS O.K. AT
It matters little whether we
"dossl of plain' living and high
have three' billion people in the
{Making and have ideaHted the
world as of ROW or ten billion as
nation of plain thinking and high i'i1"d
and have commended' such of tomofTw. we run none the
living same trouble unto*) men b.eume '
Ideals. to me world through our .
the and let
,brother with live
.x.-ol.. S
live spirit of the Gulden M sue ut BAKER

The have high set living before standard the whichwe world the lowly Naxsrent.Moreover (. ::

I if we study the _
deer not answer the deeper question
birth control' mavumeot sod itsadvocates
tfee nouns of men haft ask I
we find that at its
ed. are asktag now and will ever heart is the hite supremacy.
ask. 137 North Miami Avenue
Ideal rhe sy r tmcu.-
of mankind U not
The misery know that the muHit>M iaUci of
macfe a matter of overpapulatt the colored st'Oplet with their
a* a matter of inequitable
dittrtbuftstn. of "'Hh Tht ratio low livtfig standard will in time

at wfcicfc tM to world's the crux wealth of the itdtttntovted take go unchecked over' the world as if against altowvd the tv NO MONEY 'DOWN

sfeuttoa and if this could be whites with their higher living
could standards and loser barth-rate
the world
I adjusted
With the white supremacists it
feed billions more
cfeifce I recommend birth
is far easier to
than now live up on the earth control than to rvdust the ratio
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THE MIAMI TIMES MiAMI, FLORIDA 11,643 Kids Swarm .' '. '. '.

PACE 8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1960 Over Crandon

Park ZooAn ..i. ITY1t01t

; all-time record for Cran
don Park Zoo attendance was .Ib '-"T"IA7"a
chalked up Sunday as Dade
Countians poured 11,643 strong OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
through the turnstiles to see the
nearly enlarged children's zoo
which opened Christmas Dar
Bob Mattlin. zoo director reported SATURDAY
"terrific Interest In the newly FRIDAY -
landscaped' children's zoo area
with its large cut concrete ant
mals" which were the delight of.
children throughout the bl" Sunday was
'I a
turnout largest single day onrecord I .
since the zoo opened 11
1 years ago. Teenage.-
The zoo's 28 attendants plus
a I. two girl guides at the kiddie's zoo
ware pressed to the full limit In II toyOG
handling the large, fun-loving
.1 crowd which poured through the
gates to witness what Is one of
the finest children's zoos In
America. .
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I Found that one world and .
qt: me as If I were
one color was not enough I
I Filmed In Cofer"Warpath" ".
I his first love I
J Patsy floats and Alexander wore dres-e similar to that of the
Samson' were married in adcuble.ring I I maid of honor, An apron-like with Edmund O'Brlon
... not
ceremony on the I front drake waa added to the design t .s'l
evenln: of the 22nd at St. Iraneia : of the maids' dresses. Headdresses .
Xavier Roman Catholic accessories and flowers I latest"a t
Church. White tapers marked the were Identical with those of the Air Conditioned I
pew and formed a antsy lighted maid of bona
bridal path to the altar where Melody Johnson and Zcna Wal CAPITOLTHEATRE .1;
FT Marring read the aenrice.WIIHe lace wearing fu11-* 1rUd white, '
William was the vocal crganza frocks were the flower
iol4/st.. firU Henry Hott, resplendent In SAT MIDNITE e { 4I
-tails" served bearer.
The bride who. was given in as ring SUN THRU THURS. ,

marriage by her Godfather Felton Sampson was his broth "Journey to The Center I I ,., ..
Gregory Howard wore. a formal er's best man. Ushers included
wedding sown cf white Chantilly' Charles Clark Raymond Cole of The Earth .
lace The fitted bodke featured a and Charles Singletary. All wore With Pat Boons
Qjeen Ann collar and long tapered dinner clothes.A I .t.
sleeves The bouffant skirt reception nraa held Immediately Elephant Walk
fell into a chapel train. The bri- following the wedding ceremony Elisabeth Taylor ,
dal veil was held by a pearl ti at the home of the bride, I
ara. The bride carried a white tnt NW 4th ave. The bride's
Prayer IVx>k surmounted by A attendants served as hostesses for
white. orchid. this affair.
Miss I Pency Thompson, maid of
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accentuating the dipping back sons of 13th court entered the eboW.pfoal among.* ...
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arm bouquet of red carnations. four yean of service he
Her accessories were white. returned home and Is now a eI G.LI..t
The bridesmaids, Mrs. Ralph member of the Miami Police Ii:4iki:: -
Cohen, Mrs Georgia Sampson, force. The Sampsons are at home
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Named a notch Saturday when be officially -
African ascended to the chief justice -
Chief Justice : of the Supreme Court of the
Eastern region. He stepped Into
Eastern Nigerian the post made vacant by the ai>-
pointtnent of Sir I to
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Tuskegee Reports Dropof




non has cut the number Negro

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1960DelayATaxjfrial voters in Macon county by 04
according to t he annual report
of the Tuskegee' Civic Association. -
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W. P. Mitchell, executive secretary I
of of the organization was reelected -
for. the 10th time, explained -
that there were 1,110
Noro voters in the county a year
Adam Clayton[Powell ago and only 1,044 today.

... I During that time there hasbeen
NEW YORK (ANP) The no public registration of.
income tax trial of Rp. Adam voters because the registrars resigned -
Clayton Powell scheduled to begin U. of Nigeria To following an inquiry Into
Jan. 7 will be delayed at1+: the voting situation by the fed-

least another 30 days. t Open in September eral government. last December yiMontgomery. Lee ny ,ears of Kiperteetca guide sad protect you tJarvu.cb

The trial wa set over after life a* a Ughthouee guidee UK ehip la a MoraWHEX
Edward Bennett Williams who Is NSUKKA. Nigeria (ANP) PROPOSE NEW BOUNDARIES
representing the Harlem con- The first session of the University OTHERS FAIL YOU 8KK MM
crewman, charged that the cow of Nigeria will begin on Sept. Negroes in the county eligibleto For Success in Business And Love
etranent had amended 1U" bill of 12, I960, according' to an announcement vote outnumber by far the
particulars to such an extent. made by Dr. NnamdiAzikiwc whites and bills are pending In CONSULT HER -
that more time would be needed premier Eastern Nigeria the state legislature praposinthat You can now have your home made happy
last, week during new boundaries! be established -
a speech
to his defense.
repare Get and Hold the position so long wanted
made at OniUha. The campus of that would render the Negro
Since the return of the Powell the new university will measure vote ineffective. Don't Stay in th. rut, pt out now
indictment in May 1958 the case 14 square miles and will boast By the help of God she can help you
has been adjourned many times. a 3O.000.lHt stadium gymnasium Such a gerrymander was car
The last postmonwnent. was swimming four football ried out in the town of Tuskegee Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
wellluu which is the county seat and Negroes -
granted on Powell's request that field as staff buildings trouble
he be excused because he had to dormitories, classrooms and in retaliation instituted a '
U wtU to call sad eee tads Gifted Medluui Pint
undergo a hernia operation. libraries. boycott of the town that wiped pay fOCI
out a number of businesses. Where tbaueaixfe cams yearly for IM'lp.I dflcw, fOCI too can

While hospitalized, doctors discovered Dr. C. G. G *nllllon head of be toothed by tab etraag. mysterteua pow-
that he had growth on
the social science department at
the ecphagus which required ChristmasBy Tiukegee institute who has been WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY
immediate sunjrry" lie still has president of the association for The MOW God who drUiered Maeee and the hlld,... of Israel
not bad the hernia
operation. William H nry Huff for ANP H years, was also reelected. of old is still allre today ASM! will open a way for Jduoada

Hold Christmas There Is no time Ilk, Christmastime TU8KEQEE INFLUENCE FELT tae troubled area of life. Let rot htaa that la blind lead you or
you stamhU with him.
Party For'Displaced' There's something It deee to you The educational' level of Ne- Do JOG doubt the ..w... of things beraaa yoa eaaaot see
The very atmosphere's sublime tToeh in the county also exceeds
Children theat?
And. Oh. what. thrills run thru that of the whites because of theInfluence
you of Tuskegee institute. What do yoa think of the iarUtble wave* sad aooade that
FARMVILLE.. (ANP) You see a merry Christmas *mllOn 1, saake wsm.RAdIo aad TelerUloa possible
The Christmas Party, held in the Whites have failed in efforts to .
State Armory here for the And everyone it Is not who put en meets or guile you institute economic reprisals A eeed before It sprouts, lies coaeealed. eerrrt, silent In the
1,7000 Negro children locked out Tls Just the way they greet you. against the Negroes because most dark earth or womb of Katore. THERE IS AN! "UNHKBNPOWIR
from local schools since September are employed by Tuskegee institute *
was featured by the appear or the Veterans. hospital
ance on program of MahallaJackvn neither of which could be expected Therefore, acquaint your
noted gospel singer I ; Roy HARLEM SQUARE to Join in a conspiracy against self with the one who U an ".-
Wilkins NAACP executive secretary Negroes. authority. Whose private .;, -
; Buddy Young, former Bal SWEET SHOPA
consultation will evolve
timore Colts' football ace, who Others elected were F. J. To- you
played Santa for the kiddies; Rep. PULL LINS OF GROCERIES land first vice president; C. G. to a higher state of mind. ,
Charles C. Diar of Detroit and COLD CUTS Dusby, Revs. K. L. Buford andS.
Maxine Sullivan famed song T. Martin vice presidents; L. All Information is i
I stress. tOt N.W. 10th Street B. Jeffries, treasurer, and Miss!
iUttie Q. Johnson recording Strictly Confidential
r secretary,
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I FAMU Closes Tremendous Decade Pr.,.", Omtffs

Would you Ilk. to have all

50' Saw A&M Jessie Bennet Suns, the author of -- your bill combined Into one

-White Mother. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA mall payment and still
Double SizeTaUahasaee "As a fitting summary of the hare tome left? If
decade, 1959 has been most fruitfuL
will help
The enrollment figures for $1,500 or $3,000
Florida A&M 195S-69 and 1960-90 have been time like this let
-- --- ---- you at a ,
University closes out "a momentous the highest in the history of the
decade" the nineteen fifties, institution despite the fad that .........,............. me fet It for you.
when the year 1959 fades out and are being SOCIAL SECURITY "May be of Today is not a day too soon
the nearly 4,000 students and raised annum your year one if
and seven community to phone you want to ap
faculty members look forward to junior colleges are In op e e Harmony, Melody And ply for the sixties. eration. For the present, students e .. Rhythm 'at The
Speaking before the FAMU are enrolled from 62 counties in FIRST AND SECOND
family during the annual Christmas Florida, 19 state and the Distract
Convocation' Dr. George W. of Columbia and four foreign Fine Arts MORTGAGESAVAILABLE
Core Jr., told t he faculty and countries.
students that "we are witnessing The 1959 Orange Blossom r eyes.e+. t..r.ww. ConservatoryLiberty

ttw close of a momentous decade Classic hat surpassed all previous
the nineteen fifties. A resume of ones in attendance records Retirement Test City YMCA and H. DAVIS
the highlights of the past ten and again saw FAMU declaredthe Tot's Town Richmond Hits.
years indicate that many earthshaking undisputed national football MORTGAGE BROKER
social beneficiaries
"Many security
event have transpired. champions. Other Important
events include the establishmentof can work during the holiday Phone FR 9-8531
"In addition projections into a Placement Bureau a thorotghgotng season without loss of benefits Registration on January 9
cuter svace.; many events of tre- program of student ativtties ," Edward Btonston, manager 10 2 p.m. Eves. NE 3-6754
of the Miami North social security
mrndous importance have taken under the direction of the
place in the world in the United Student Union Board the reaceredltaUon office explained today. Rtstlve t. put your talents
Mate, in the South and In of the University by "The 72 year old person knows child in her rightful plies
.'lor da. In truth we have witnessed the earnic s don't limit his benefits,
Association and the Advertise It I
a bluudiess revolution. American Council on Pharmaceutical but the person under 72 is scme- ..--- ...... N Pays

-Here at home, Tallahassee has Education and most recently tkne slow to consider part-time
literally doubled itself in size; so the addition of FAMU to the or temporary employment, Manager -
hs FAMU. Since 1950, we have list of approved institutions by Blonston pointed out. -Even
erected on the campus 23 buildings the American Association of University though he needs ChrUtmas money -
valued at over 10 million Wornrt1.POWELL. he Is afraid it will cause him MAGNOLIA GARDENAPARTMENTS
dollars Fran the enrollment of to low his monthly checks."
approximately 1600 student in Many beneficiaries misunderstand -
the rules. Earnings of $1200or
IttO. we have expanded to over I
2800 in 1W9-60. Whereas the leas a year have no effect on
fetal budget in 1949-50 wu HULANJACK social security payments. Investment -
1600.000, m 19&9.60 the budgetis income 1s not counted.
3,400tuoo. Whereas the total New York (A.NP) Con "Suppose a social security' beneficiary
number ut employees in 1949-5(1 crecsman Adam Clayton Powell has earned $toO alreadythis Furnished or Unfurnished Apts.
was b3 including the hospital Jr, joined with bit key leaders year," Manager Blonston
personnel, in 19S9-CO It is 734 exclusive to give support to the currently I said "he could earn u much as STOVES AND REFRIGERATORS CHEAP RATES
of hospital employee bde gued' Hulan E. Jack, Manhattan $300 in December and still be
within the 11200 for the
Borough President year
CHANGES STATUS Mr Powell gave his support to I Regardless of the amount of earnings 14255 N.W. 22nd AvenueWI
Jack vat telephone from Puerto for other months a person
"In 1953 the institution was Ricowhere he Is convalescing can receive social security benefits 7.2420
changed !run a State College from a recent operation. for any month In which his
with wnphajis on land-.;rant and earnings are $100 or leu." (Across the> Street From Magnolia Hospital)
techer education to a State J Raymond Jones one of Social I security beneficiarieswho
University with: professional PUW U'. key lieutenants. issued' wish further information See Super. anytime In Apt. 2
ichuuk !In 1957 it was admittedinto the following statement. about how holiday earnings affect
full membership into the "We have worked' with Borough their benefits should phone
Southern AuociaUon of Collegesand President for many years. or visit their local social securIty
Sveindary Schools. Internsttixtal "We have complete confidence' office at 234 NE 79th it.f .
aspect of the institution's m his integrity. I
contacts were accentuated by the "During the years of his service n l5I.
staff members on special governemptoymeat in t he (State) Assembly CORE Needs You
of graduates and and as leader of the 14th Assembly
mental projects in Liberia. Indonesia District be continued to work Join today and be

EUvkspta, Ghana and Iraq at the lob he had prior to his entrance Free Tomorrow liI/1 M/IMI M1IN1Md /.rV$ ,
The president was sent as a representative Into politics."In .
of the University &0'' all these years be has been
Eurupe and the Brussels World's a diligent worker and a God
Fair. fearing family man. "We are Beautiful Home oaI
firmly confident that venality is
Your Lot
CLASSIC CROWS not a part of Is character'With I

The Orange Blossom Classic reference t o the current'
became a national event rankina difficulties of Mr. Jack, the 7ta' CI4l4C14 XiSt
statement termed' him the victim l
fifth tn the nation U. bowl
game The Florida Classic became of "poor JudftDentaDd d3y r
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game in Jacksonville. Four times from the city's leading Negro M4J N W IS* A.....-OX 1tm -""
during Ow deride FAMlTs gnd- clergymen is expected shortly.

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SERVICES I ikT1 .4 _-

By Rtv. Robert DtQrandla" ftSJ
Holy Redeemer Church I

Question: It It not intolerant on
the part of the Catholic Churchto
forbid its own people to attend :
services in a Protestant Church,
while at the same time it urges' w 1R dF ..1 V
Uxn to Invite non-Catholics to'I
attend Catholic services U I, asa
Protestant, accent an invitation ; :
from a Catholic to go to a
Catholic Church on Sunday, I
feel that it is only fair that my
Cathclk friend should be permitted -
to attend my church .with
me on another Sunday.

Answer It is an obligation of I I
every human being to be true to 1
his convictions of what is right
and wrong in matters of religion.
In the above question, the Catholic -
who does not accept an Invitation -
to attend Protestant church
service is being true to his convicticns -'
about religion. At the I
same time he is not asking a
non-Catholic to be false to the
principles of his religion if he
urges him to attend Catholic services. -
That is because the principle
underlying the Catholic re-
listen and those that Protestants Pictured Is the St. John Tot center that took a part and operated by the St. John Baptist Church, Miami's progressive -
upaold are entirely different. (in the recent Orange Blossom Classic Parade. It was downtown Church. For information call the nur-

the The principles Catholic that Church there rats can on be .unique in ita presentation of that famous Bible quotation; sery FR 1-3212, Mrs. Sara Gaines principal. Rev. T.

oaijr one true religion; that this "The Lord is my Shepherd." Why not place your preschool Johnson, minister. Located at 1328 NW 3rd ave.
one true religion can be known child in a descretely supervised atmosphere whereall
and understoti as such by the of its activities are set in a Godly surrounding. The
human mind; that it possesses around like a young colt seeking I
fuu authority to direct people towards only nursery completely air-cooled and air conditioned in Rfctmation. He was always jovial I
heaven; that once it is ita sleeping quarters. Your child will sleep in ita own bed short and stumpy-he loved
known and understood one may and watch TV when kiddies programs are showing. Hear lie! Bring in The .

not not in the c.nsdence one true act religion u if it were(tor ty amounts of juices are served each child aa well as milk To describe the emotional shock

exanvlt* by attending the servicesof and warm lunches. We feel that the best is none too good and feeling of vengeance of the NEW YEAR
another religious sect). It is. for your pre-school child. This spacious nursery is owned community for the shooting of :
not merely law of the Catholic this well-Uked educator can be
Church that Catholics. may not summed' up by the feelings of one I I i
/ attend Protestant services; it is a THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA of his former It.udmtarboM At
reasonable conclusion that even two fellow should have a stick ,,
ino.mvd Catholic draws from his PAGE 12 SATURDAY JANUARY of dynamite in each hip pocket
2, 1960 fuse lighted and start 'era ,
o*n understanding of true 1'1- runint.
..aloa.The. The whole community I CLUBPALACE
Protestant churches rest thinks slightly different the''
OB the principles that every man tend any but Catholic services. ALAS POOR two robbers should be electro-
It is also important to note I ,
has his cuted.
a right to use own private 1 I
that non-Catholics bold that all
judgiment in matters of religion -
; that there is no authorityin religions are equally true. Therefore BUTLER! I KNEW We don't remember under what I
his church or in any other it is proper for a Protestantto circumstances: we met Everettwe J
church that can bind him in a..religious attend Catholic sevkes since HIM WELL have known him for 7un-
way; that he may go to this is just another religion. The and he was one darn swell guy.
the churches ol different re- QUholiq Church proves that it By BERT COOPER I guess when you gotta go. you
iig&us way; that he may go to alone is old enough to be the religion gotta got N.W. 17th A ft. & 70th St. I
the churches of different religious of Jesus Christ and hence "Have you ever heard the I
organizations without doing the other religions which were phrase 'Let George do it' every Thank You !I,1 j The Show Place I
wrong because he is free to decie started by men in the sixteenth lime there is something. extra to of Miami
on the meaning of religion century and later are divorced be done after working hours? Many thanks to all my friends
fox himself. According to these from Jesus and therefore not Ills Well I'm one who doot go in for who were so good to me at SPECIALNEW t
pr.nclpiti, which are basic to al religion. Henceforth they are not that. My philosophy is Let Butler Christmas by sending cards. They
pjoies.amun. a Protestant does the true religion and all Catholics do itl! liesauce one day when you I are so numerous I cannot caU YEAR'S
no wrong by attending Catholic are forbidden to attend the get to work George will be ybosh" o them all by name. Thanks agitn. CELEBRATION
services he is merely using his services cl these fall organza- I wish you all a Prosperous New
tlons. "lie that is not with Me Year
Protestant principle of private 111
judgement in so doing. Thus it against Me." There shall bONE ,I! Those words were that of Ev T. Bonlvy I,, THUR., DEC. 31
flock and ONE erett L. Duller, teacher and
cannct be wrong for a Catholicto Shepherd.- assistant
ask him to carry his principles For more free information to Principal: Lockhart at Christmas Activities I I 3 Sparkling Shows ,
into action. At the same time it about the Catholic Church write:: Doney Junior High School They I i First Show 10 p.m. Ir
would be contrary to a Catholic's Information, Box 47-757, Miami, were uttered during a conversa- of the Sunshine

principles! and conscience. to at- or call PLL 9-2368. I'I several Uon between oter fellows.him and It may me give and Community Club j r Featuring I

you the impression that when his
"bun" be would be Mrs Dufthia Howell was hostess
Your Watch Cleaned Oiled Adjusted says Jump
the Ant to to break leg to the Sunshine Community
Guaranteed .... ............................ $4.75 lie was conscientious try about a the Club at its lajt meeting for the SOLOMONBURKE j

Your Portrait-Only ................ $1.00 i profession he had chosen: and labored year with a Christmas party.
so hard to be successful In.. The members aang carols,
Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios w played' games and exchanged I IflIts.

Guaranteed Watches ........ from $6.95 Everett L. Butler was killed A tovely Christmas turkey
during a robbery on CbriaUJalm dinner was served with all the
DAVID JEWELLERS by a youthful band t Uimmtn i
I who shot him after he had taken Christmas morning friends were
1188 WAV. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 ,# his money. invited to the lame of Mrs. Mary
Ellen Sews, the club president, "No
As far u we can remember
they enjoyed a bye.ly
'a%' %' :' a a a *'a:. there untimely hasnt death been of a this more nature sad and in affair breakfast of the which dub.Perlonal is very an annual Miiiipehj

our community. Butler was
known over the state from Tal-
lahasMre to Miami, by big men Mention
and small men to the hundredsof
students be has taught-to the Sandra White, former Miamlan,
I common man on the street. In 59 graduate. of Commerce High
SeejayDISCOUNT I either company he knew bowcarry to School cf New York City visited RUFFIN \
himself and be respected. her grandparents Mr. and Mrs
That, no doubt, was what made William Gibson and Mr. and Mrs.
Everett so tremendously pope Samuel White this Christmas \,"
lar. after having been gone' three
years. Her trip
was a most enjoyable -
Butler was in the prime of life one.
STORE Having only recently received his HIS ORGAN COMBO
i S M. A. degree after many winters Mrs. Mary Sears and two grand
of skimping and saving to go to daughters, long time Miamians, And His Sensational
summer school. He was ambitious are visiting her mother, Mrs.
1210 N.W. 62nd Street uocess was staring him in the Rhoda Thompscn. a brother and VARIETY I-JOW
sister! of .4:3 SW ltt.h st. West
'. eye.But Hollywood. Mrs. Sears
now resides Plua Tb
4 Butler human he
was m Detroit. .i
wasn't all work. and no play. He

Wishes You All may bad his say lighter he was moments.a "down Some cat* bile Buelah Lawrence of New 5 Breezed

because he greets you with ark New Jersey Miss Ruth Knoxof Also FRI. SAT. SUN.
Arlington Mrs. Maurint ,
-Whatta Daddy what
ya s
A Very the happenings, man?" Blsckshear and Mr. Ed Knox Jr. JAN 1 2.3
of New York City art la the dry
Or you may see him at a visiting with relative and friends. 3 Shows Nitely
Happy New Year dance clowning like a college boy. First Show 10 p.m.
1 Or you may have heard him Jes
like a Jitterbug "How you like Don't Fret Fight! Popular Adm. Prices
my new threads. Daddy Only Tables FREE

f% %%%% % % % %%%% I seen like a him$125"at Or the you races may hustling have Join The NAACP

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vial was held in Lincoln Memo THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
rial Cemetery.

Rev.' Arthur Thomas of 2370
NW 87th st, was pronounced
dead en arrival at Jackson Hospital -
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn on Dec 27. He was stricken
during the morning services
family of the late. loving memory of our dear which be was conducting at Un-
JULIA SANDS wife mother and grandmohter ion Grove Baptist Church of

aho departed' this life on Saturday MRS. IDA GIBSON which he 'was the pastor. Survivors -
night. Dec. 13 at 10 o'clock who departed this life January 5, Include his widow. Geneva
1937. May she rest In and
Irish to express their thanks to peace three children. Local services
each and everyone who render may light perpetual shin upon will be< held at Union Grove on
ed' their services and sympathy her.Albert Thursday at 4:30 pjtn. Final rites I
during their bereavement Gibson, husband and burial will be conducted laPeiham
Naomi Jenkins daughter Ga.Stepbfne .
Special thanks to ail of the Karma MeNerton, daughter 4I \
Elders. Bishops! and the Her.' Ar Harcourt Gibson, son Jackson the 7-year- I
nold Demeritt the pastor of the Myrtle Gibson, daughter old daughter of Mrs. Ann Jaak-
"Church of God of Prophecy" and grand children ton of 1738 NW 2nd court died
of which she was a member. in Jackson Ifotpital on Dec.* 24,
Also special thanks to the CARD OF THANKS 2 days following her admission.I FOR LEASE Have property and buildings
Church of Gcd of Hollywood Mis. Besides her mother she Is survived ,suitable for Medical Clinic Excellent -
Thh family of the late
sionary Band. E. R. Marshall MR ZACK by a sister and brother COMPLETE EQUIPPED modern l location. Shown by appointment
leader. Bishop M. Cooper, pastor. JOHNSON grandmother. Chapel services restaurant doing xood business in Call
Popularly known as "Uncle Zac:1t"who : were conducted on Tuesday at 11 good location.' Call OX 13874. I owner
There were 89 cards 10 floral sassed away on 1><<. 6 and ajn. 5-2888. F8
pieces 3 telegrams. The Benton was laid to rest on Dec. 14. takes I
Funeral Nome was In charge of this method of expressing thanks FOR SALE TIP II
the buriaL and appreciation to the many Dry Cleaning and Lauadr> HOME CLEANING SERVICE
Willie Sands husband" friends who were *o kind during business, good location, Itt NW Windows Screens Blinds
Patricia Miner daughter Its hours of bereavement Thanksfor 14th it. After 230 pja. tad Floor waxing any kind. Phone
Gloria and Willie B. Miner your cards letters telegrams, I NA 10310. J2
niece and husband. flowers, cars and all other kind 1798 NW 79th street Refrigerator. -
Erne Dames, niece I gestures of svmpathy. Special $33; gas stove $35; electric WANTEDSALESMA.1f.COu.F.CTOR
Maxle Sands, son thanks to the Yen. John E. Culmer store $35. PL 4-8012. lad
and 59 grand children rector' of St Agnes Episcopal want
Church for his fine and sympathetic Coca-Cola softdrink box with ed for established route. Mutt
CARD OF THANKSThe service and the neighbors e blower almost new $123. Variety have excellent' references. Preferably
of NW 8th court and vicinity for' Record Shop 6400 NW 15th ave home owner. Nedbors,
their many kindnesses. Again I' 1210 NW 62nd ft Bet 10 and 7
family cf the late Mrs.
Mary Prances' Reddlck. who died thanks to everyone for every ELECTRIC STOVE. $:0. 3124 NW

Dc 20. was laid tn rest Sunday, thing. The Family 43th at DEAL STUDIO
Dec 27 with to thank afl the !
friend who sent flowers, cards I FOR RENTPAK1'L 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.

and telegrams Special mention T FURNISHED. 3-bed- YVs espy and enlarge' pictures af
should be m Kfe of Elder Frank :
DEATHSRichardson I
room house sad 1-rvoea aptNear
Bryant and Dark Smith .
of .
bus Un and acbaoL Phone your lived ante at half price.Phone
who so
generously donated
their cars Monday for funeral FR 4-3034

arrangements and again Sunday I I 2-nEDROOM apartment In modern
during the funeral period.
duplex, near school bus line
Mrs. Carrie Bell Brown" who
The late Mrs. Reddlck. an old died at her home 1758 NW 2nd and shopping center. 1841 NW lit BEAUTY OPERATORS
pfemeer of Key West was a lifetime court on Drc 24. will be held at court. Can Bonded Collection WANTED
member of Newman Meth- 2 fjm Wednesday from Israel Caesar A, Adger. a former Miamlan. Agency FR 3-4418.
twist Church cf whkh R.... G. W.Bethel Baptist Church Rev. Brantley, who for the past several 3 experienced beauty opera-
is yastor.Funeral pastor She leaves to mourn five years resided In Pittsburgh Pa-, Looking for a clean room with
daughters a son five sisters two died at the residence of his sis private bath and kitchen Call tors wanted at Spry'a Beauty
ervires were rendered brothers, 21 nieces, ten grand t..,. Ml bv the Kea West Undertaking children. t>foc21 Mr Adger. along with Salon.
I IMrs.
Co. of which F. A. Johnson is the II I his wife. Albertha. arrived In the 1-BEDROOM Apt Children wel-

director.' SadieJones of 1987H I city on Christmas morning! to nine Near bus school Good 1403 N.W. 3rd Ave.

She leaves to mourn her death NW 4th court died at her home spend the holiday season with tenant only. 4190 NW 32nd ave.
two son*. Rev Lawrence Red- on Dec. 27. Services will be heldon his family Betide his wife he Is Phone FR 4.5913 or
Hick of Mlam!: Harrr Reddle of Saturday at 2 pm. fromIbenreer survived by five children, three 2-BEDROOM, modern private WI 7-3009
Goulds; four daughters Mrs. M. E. Church with Rev. tt.trFS. Willie Mae, Lenore and apt. "with gas stove. Reasonableto
Lorraine Saunders and Mrs. Naomi Aaron Hall officiating She !Is Elizabeth Strong a brother. Ellis reliable, tenant. Phone OX
Sawyer of Key West; Mrs. survived by a daughter Marie Adger. an Instructor at Northwestern 14332. 1410 NW 69th terr.
Ruth Carter of Ft Myers: Mrs. Gilmore a sister. Maggie Thomas, High School, a stepfather -
Mercedes Plttman of San Diem' two brothers Joseph Thomas.John Tom Strong. Chapel 1 services : St 2 BEDROOM APT. Furnishedor IBedroomAPARTMENT
Cal; a sister Mn. Fesher Ache Thomas, a grandchild, and will be conducted' at I P-m. unfurnished. All modern.
on Thursday Rev. S. McNeal Adults. Phone MU 1-O323. 729
of Richmond nieces and nephews.
Heights; a brother j
Julius Vleentv' of Coconut Grove; I I Harris nf St James AME Church NW 53th Terr.
24 rend children and 23 rest.rind Mrs. Annie Edwards who livedat will officiate. Burial will be conducted
ehJMren! and a host of 1803 NW 2nd court, apt No. 7, In Evergreen. Now available, a choice 2 bedroom Quiet Building
relatives and friends. died! Dee. %e. Services will be apartment with stove and
conducted" at 1 pm. In II"" ... ;: Gabriel Falrley of IMS NW refrigerator. Bus No. 24 passes No Children
stead. Rev. McWesley officiating. 2nd Ave. died at 1s residence on door 2943 NW 46th street FR
IN MEMORIAM She. leaves a host of relatives and Dec 2S. He U survived" by his 9-3378.
friends. ,i mother. Mrs LJela. Stark. a Good Tenant Only

In levin t memory of our dear ,'( brother. Samuel of rttttbu Pa, FURNISHED Efficiency.' None
wife and mether. James Byrd who lived at 7220 a ttter. Mrs Rosa Lee McKln- better All utilities. Near bus. 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.
MRS FLORENCE HANNA NW Slit st, died Dec. 24. The men of Ome.. Ga. Funeral arrangement stropping 4190 NW 32nd ave. I

who depute this life Jan. 2, body will be shipped to are incomplete
1JM7. Ga. Jtm.uI./I HALF OF DUPIJOC. 1 bedroom
May the rest In peace. Mrs Willie Mae Witchard of apt with bath. Water and light LEGAL NOTICE
We left you but God loved Little Rosa Marie R.I" who 1031 SW 8th st.. Ifnmestead, ded furnUhed. $18.50r week Cau NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
you best died Dec. 28 at Kendall Hospital I rn' Jackson HerpKal on Dee. %to MU I-I no or U 8-6985. NAME LAW

Alfred J Hanna, husband service will be conducted on She |I. survived' by an adopted I Notice- .Is hereby given that theundersigned
Carl L. Hanna. son I Saturday at 10 am Graveside| nether Mrs Minnie Teasley. FURNISHED ROOM. Man only. desiring to engage
Mrs. Mary Owen daughter services at Richmond Heights. Funeral services are Incomplete. Nice clean and comt rt..bSe. Call in business under the fictitious
John Hanna. son !. I NE 55283. J2 name of COX'S KINDERGARTENat
Harry Hanna, son Mrs Viola Thomas who died ion Frances R. Carter, number 1733 NW 4th Court.
Dec: 22 in Princeton services f 3-BEDROOM HOUSE
partly Miami Florida Intends to register
IN MEMORIAMIn are Incomplete.Mrs. Teacher DiesMrs famished good' surroundings: the said name with the Clerkof
Frances Russell. Carter of hot and cola water. $%5 fer the Circuit Court of Dade
towing' memory of our dear Edith Edgfcombe who 813 NW 21st terrace, a -well week. 1934 NW 58th it. NE County. FT*.
lived at Toe SW 4th ave In knwn. teacher at Booker T S-491S. Will O. Cox and
son lion Ntea d. Services will be heldon Washington High School died I Beatrice E Ox
Tuesday In Homestead. early Christmas morning In DWELLING and business tone.Cot. Sole Owners Jl
''I Jackson Memorial Ifcwpltal after 22nd terrace 2261 NW 3rd .
Rantre a I long Illness. court. Perry Stone Apt FR -- - -
Mrs Carter Is survived" by her 43437. Notice Under Fictitious
I Mrs. Madelm Flowers of 1S49 hu4>and. Willie? two daughters I
NW 15th at. died at her residenceon Margaret and Marsha; her mother ROOM with modern conveniences Name
rL I Dec, 23. Mrs. Flowers was a Mrs Effie Russell: her father including telephone OX 11336. I Notice 'ts hereby given that the
I native of Bbnlni. Bahamas and William Russell Sr : three broth- underlined desiring to engageIn
: came to this city over' 40 years ers.' Rev Theodore R. Gibson HOUSES low rental, call NE business under the flctiti'Mjs
ago. Survivors' / Include three< sons rector of Christ Episcopal 5-3747. Mrs. Thompson. J9 of:
. I Banjamin. Ralpha and Bertram: Church; Atty William Russell of name AL AND non LUNCHEONETTE
four daughters Mesdames Ro- St Louis and Harry RuseL one THANKS iI | at 1028 PI W 3rd Avenue.
Ys wena Adderley, Bertha Roll., sister Mrs. Veronica Williams. Miami Fla. intend to registerthe
Ruby Woodside and Elizabeth Funeral' services were held on wish to take this method ct said name with the Clerk of
Saunders 20 grandchildren 41 at 1030 at thanks and .
; Wednesday mornlnr. expressing appreciation the Circuit Court of Dade County,
treat grandchildren" a brother, St Acres Episcopal Church: under to my many friends who Florida.
Rev, James Smith of Blmlnl. a the direction of the M S. were so kind to me during ray and
R+bert Randolph
sister Mrs. Eliza dear and other Allen Funeral ffcme with the recent period of illness and confinrment | Allen Gaines, owners'
relatives. Funeral services Ven. John E Culvert of1 ...t1nl. to Mt Sinai Hospital al
were held at Ebenezer Methodist Miami Beach. --- -- -- -

Church on Dec. 23. Burial was Thanks for your get-well cards NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
held In Lincoln! Manorial Ceme House For Sale beautiful flowers, timely visits
tery. and all other acts of kindness. NAME LAW
Special thanks to the Ven. Notice U hereby given that the
Miss Gwendolyn Jarvis of 1233 3058 N.W. 59th S. John E. Culmer, rector of St un4.rigned. desirinj to engage
NW 62nd Lane was pronounced' e Arnes Episcopal Church and Fr In the business of distributing
PAUL WILSON dead on arrival at Jackson Me- Lambert Sands, vicar of St Negro publications! < under the fictitious
.*-> departed this life Jan. S, morial Hospital on Dee 23. Miss Small down payment Patrick Episcopal Church West name of COMMUNITY
Jarvis was a member of the 10th palm Beach I NEWS AGENCY at 1818 NW 37lh
18U.Your rrade class at Northwestern Sr. Very good deal I'm happy to say that Im h.m. Terrace Miami. Florida Intendsto
memory win always be High School She Is survived by again and remunerating' nicely I reclster the said name with
dear to us. In the midst of sadness her mother, Mrs. Alice Jarris. 2 Call Mr. Allen Again I thank everyone fernen1hD the Ork of the Circuit Court of
and grief ve inUit considerthat sisters her grandmother Mrs. Dade County, Fla.
God loves and He knows Muriel, Valentine. Services were FR 3.S446-J E 2.2622 Mrs. Vera Nabbla I. C Gaylord Rolls'
betLovicg conducted on. Tuesday at the 2601 NW 133rd St. Sylvia E. Rollr. Owners'
Family Church of fhc!:! ;Incarnation, Bu Opa Locka D28. J 2. 9, II

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..... .., ST. MARY'S W. M.
. ... ....;....... u. -- .-. ... ..-; -.....---. ..:
... .. ,;. Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor
Broward Mrs. S. Dsrwkins reporter

Sunday School ___________ 930
County Horning worship ..... ....... 11:00
Evening worship ..._......... 730

News netoc&tLTHE Sunday School was conducted
by John Bullard. The classes
ByWalter took their respective places with

Bow their teachers. The lesson was re
viewed by Br. Bullard. Miss Carol

Paul, acting as secretary.
.-.. ... -
Morning worship was called to
Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Clarke ......... order by the pastor. lie preachedon

take this method of thankingthe Editor of Christian the theme. "No Room in The'
associate ministers Hotel." Two members Joined the
and officers and members of Central MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA church. Everyone was aplrituaUy
Recorder Guest
for the Christ
very Merry
blessed. No. 1 choir furnished
mas they extended to them PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1960 Speaker at Bethel music with their organist Mrs. G.
through their cards rifts and do-
McFord and No. 2 ushers served.
nation You have made our
Christmas the best one ever had. Friends and visitors of the Miami Evening devotion was conduct
Mrs. Clark wishes to thank her area are cordially invited to ed by the Rev. II. V. Stuart lie

many friends and the members of C. J. Bume,. pastor E. M. Thomas putorPh'UiJ join the membership of Greater preached from the second chap.
Mt. OHvett Baptist Church for Bethel AME Church 243 NW 8th
Claudia Wilson reporter Myers reporter tie of St. Matthew thftneSt't'k.*
remembering her on Christmas. Sunday School __ 930 It., on Sunday morning Jan. 3 ing Jesus. He was at his best.
May God bless you and may we Morning worship ............. 11:00 Sunday School ..._...............-. fl:45 at the 11 o'clock service. At this The male chorus furnished music t
flY Happy New Year to you and Evening worship .. .. .... 7:00 Morning Worship .._ 11:00B. time they will have the rare opportunity with Albert Carey directing and
yours. T. U.-. ..1..JJ.--.._.?._ Sao to see and hear one of Mrs. U. lUggs, orrfvnlit No. 1
Funeral services for Sister Evening! Worship ...__ 7:00: the great preachers of African ushers served.
Ralph Clark the Miami Timex Eddie Mae Swain will he held Methodism Dr. B. J. Nolen olNashville.
carrier. 4814 SW 20th St. wishes Saturday at Friendship. Sh. is a Monday Dec. 28. we had our Tenn. Let us pray for our sick and
to thank his customers who re* member of the No. 1 choir Let us Christmas program with Mrs. M.MeLiadoa Dr. Nolen is editor of the SouthWestern others. Visitors are always welcome. l-
mrmbered him on Christmas. continue' in prayer for the sick. in charge. The program Christian Recorder and .
w** wonderfully carriedout is known nationally as a great:
We the West Holljnrood area I and I'm lUre everyone present figure In church affairs." If* has TEMPLE BAPTIST
wte+h to thank our reporter encored It. poured In several churches over
Walter Dowe for his efficient' service Church of The Open Door the country" including Scranton: Rev. L. A. Thome son. pastor

down through the years la Dr H. C McDowell, Our sick and shut-ins are Sis. Pa.. Jackson Mls&, and Atlanta, Sunday School ...___? ___ ..3.
helping to get our news to others. E ,.rcs,..... 'rerS. pastorA M James and Bro. Kendrick War Ga. Amen other organization, Morning worship ...?......?._.. 11:00
rr :
The churches are making great praying for them a speedyrecovery. he Is a member of the Kappa BTU .......-.._....._._._......, 5JO
progress through his effort tn Alpha Psi Fraternity Evening worship ..._.._._..,.._ 7:00:
getting our news over through .Rev S. A. Cousin the pastor
his prompt service to the com urges a large attendance' for the To night prayer meeting begins
munJty. Thanks. Hn' New TRINITY C. M. E. first Sunday In the new year. at 930: and Watch Night
services begin at 1030. '
Year to you and yours. combined *
2014 N.W. 5th Court REFRESHMENTS SERVED choir will furnish music.

Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Phillip W. V. Geary, minister WATCHNIGHTAgain First Sunday services will be

and Alma are Inviting you to Church School......-..-----." WO as usual. Covenant meeting will
patronize them at their new' store Morning worship _.n.-_...-, 11:0 the pastor and congregation be during the morning worship
out on Pembroke Road. They Evening worship ..._.._ 7C are urging their many' and the Lord's Supper will be
friends and the public at large
have everything to serve with
you administered at both services.
hist stop in and ask for what '00don" Calling all loyal CMEs. Trio* to come early for "watch-night
ace right off 48th ave. ity OlE has a great pramplanned services" in order to get a good Deacon A. J. IFaana chairmanof
Thank you. Happy New Year, for I960 Sunday. Jan 1 seat Thursday night The night the Deacon's board and director
there will be a lucky 11 drive for will be divided Into two service of the BTU was back at his
building funds. Our pastor will --4 and 1 o'clock with Lovefeast
Alvin Walker of Liberty City putt Sunday, after having spenta '
and physical>> education teacher at begin his 13th )'Nr.. a CME taking place during the first part week in Naau biting hU *...
Orchard Villa school, stopped In minister! on the first Sunday. "God's Great Promise" will be ter and other relatives and
at Howe's Modernistic BarberShop Final stages of the yearly program the text of the sermon for the friends.

Monday. Dec. 21 to say a will be completed' on Mon seccnd part. The pastor and family wish to
bit of hello to Yours Truly, John day night in Church Conference.' The combined choirs as well as thank the members and friendsfor

Sands and brother, who Is coworker All CMFs visiting In Miami l the combined usher boards will the many Christmas cards
with Alvin, Sands of Ft during the winter are Invited tc serve. Refreshments have been and present' including cash
Lauderlae and a member of the worship at Trinity and to participate donated by the members and will Thanks a million to all. and a
faculty at Carver Ranches Elementary. in all the services a* i i; be served free to all. Happy and Prosperous New Year.
.. a.cc.einmpM
er mentary.around accompanied the Ranches.Mr. Walk. Dr, Arthur Gray, president of you anxious' were to home.meet all Our_CMC's pastor livini ii: ,: ,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:e:

Talladega College was guest In oreaier Miami nu phone No.
The First Quarterly Conference speaker last Sunday morning. Dr. is FR 12144 and he resides at Greetings of the Seasonto
2021 NW 5th court' His office 11al.ay.
was held Friday night Dec. Gray was here attending the our patrons and friends
open counselling and
18 at Greater Ward's Chapel Talladega Alumni Grey Coast

AME Church, with the Rev.' D. A. Regional which met at the Carver guidance. the New Year bring
Russell as host pastor Rev.' F. A. YMCA Monday and Tuesday.The you

Allen presiding elder of the North women of the church organized luck, success and happiness t
Miami District presided. Each FIRST UNITARIAN
their first club, The Women' -
moment of the
meeting was carried -
Fellowship with Mrs. Mea
out with a spirit of divine "The Art of Contrary Think
grace We were highly honored Charles Brown as president ing will be the sermon topic of

with having our pastor and presiding Sandra Williams and Vaughn the Rev. Robert W. Sonen minister i
elder of the First Unitarian
return tn us. They Price
both: are delegates to the General are attending a Young Church 46 SW 29th road on :
Peoples: meeting at the Church
Sunday. Jan. 11
Conference In Los Anreles. am.
camp site. Avon Park.

That evening at 630 the Junior i
26 Years of ServiceLABAN Sunday member who have and Senior Liberal Relljious
signed the charter will be received
groups meet at the
Into the church. church building.

Friends and visitors are always New members and friends have
welcome to the 11 ajn. service been invited to an informal get 1I
In the auditorium of the Seventh together at the parsonage, 5133
Day Adventist School N.W 50:!! Riviera Drive Coral Gable. that
st and 25th ave same evening at 8:15UW .

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MARc i ; 1Z.Tjwjjj

G. BODE ifflM' :

Having served the Masonic :
family for 26 years Laban G
Bode Sr deemed it a pleasure \ y .. Yf I

to serve. I
1 am grateful I for this opportunity I
of thanking the many
friends from the fraternity of
Masons for making my anniversary i'sP'

program a success. Special
thanks are given the Atlanta Lift
Insurance Co. and Mrs. Georgia -
Lee Jones who serves the .
Brownsville area.
I also wish to extend the Sea- TIIEMJL Mm JaMuallaa Gotwffllg. assistant dlracier ., DENNIS
..n Greetings and felicitations Warna-fr Activities, and Mrs. norms WhltUd. National Program
fraternal brethren and chairman) of Jack and JLU af America bolding taa IKf poster REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
to all my ftHMil ta rott to help prevail crippling 'tt'lIY1 Birth defects
their familites. May the blessings and arthritis aa well as poU are new targets tot the New March 1295 N.W. 67th Street
of Almighty God be tbewithayofof of Dizsaf. Help prtraat crJtppltsgr Join Iha New March Gl Dimes PL 1-1756
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Zilpha Sawyer, secretary D. B, reporter 514 NW 23rd Street
of JI: CA. will lead the dbcusslon" : Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor Rev I. Clayton, pastor SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1960 PAGE 18

at the Bahal Center 1)7 Sunday School ............". 9M I Sister Sadie title, reporter
NW 11th are.. 7 pra. Sunday,, Morning worship ui--m-.ur... Ill I !Sunday School 93:0
Jan. 3. Her subject will beAr I Morning service 1130 NEW BETHEL BAPTIST WITNESSES TO
Science and Religion in Agreement GRACE PRESBYTERIAN BTU 530

?" j Evening service .............., 730 1571 N.W. 88th Terrace
Everyone is cordially invited to I Rev William F. Savoy pastor are welcome Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor HOLD ASSEMBLYIN
participate in this disunion.: 14th Ave. and 69th Street L. I Sunday School ...........,......, 930:
Sunday School ................... tic l'I Morning worship ..."....". 11:00
CORINTH BAPTIST Morning Service ._........,... 11:00 ST. JAMES A. M. E. BTU _-___________ _____. 530: LAKELAND
Westminster Fellowship 8:00'' Evening worship ._ 7:00
? -
Her. W T. Thomas pastor Rev If. McNeal Harris, pastor 1. B. Brown, reporter Jehovah Witnesses will hold
Phone NE 5-1518 MT. AARON I, Mrs. Sadie F. Dean reporter a three-day circuit assembly In
Sunday School ".............., nit BAPTIST Sunday School ....... .., .,._. 930 ....On last. Sunday Dec. 27. the Lakeland, Jan. 8-10. it was announced
Morning worship ........ .. 119EvesUng 8410 N.W. 15th Avenue Morning Worship ........, 11:00 Sunday School presented their officially at a recent
worship 733 Rev C. W. Scott pastor A. C E. League ..,....._.... 530: Christmas play entitled. "Oh. meeting. The IIJ'C'n-or of this assrtnblr .
and successful pastor Dea. Earl Cold en, clerk Evening Worship .... ....... 7.00 Come Let us Adore Him." The is The Watchtower Bible
Come and hear a gospel preacher Sunday School ...... ....... ISO I t & Burrows, Sis. Burns and Tract Society of New York.
Morning Worship ........ 11.-00 BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST and Silo Williams are to be commended -
MT. BTU for their fine The site of the assembly will
HERMON A. M. E. 5:00 I work along
Evening Worship .._.....* 7.:00 2749 N.W. 49th Street I I with the Supt. Silo Levant who be the Community Center Audi
Opa Loeb Prater meeting Tuesday .. 8.-00 Rev. E. D. Richardscn. pastor i worked so hard with the child- torium. Some 700 delegate representing
Sunday School ........... .. 938 Annie Pratt reporter' !|f r ten The children should also be 18 congregatiens are
Evening worship _____,..... 7.:00 St John's of The Nazarene Sunday School ....... ...... lUG I*, commended' for their excellent expected to attend the sessions.
Rn Samuel Osy. pastor Morning worship ______ 11:00' presentation. fif
Publicity Committee 1478 N.W. 58th Terrace Evening worship .........?.... 730 I The meeting Is designed for
Morning worship ..,_,.,..,, 11..M Lawrence Reddk*. pastor Sunday will be the first Sun- Florida from Circuit Plant No. 20 which extends -
Frank Bryant Associate day In the new year so let's start City, to Miami
ANTIOCH BAPTIST and Ft Myers to Vero Beach.
ANTIOCH BAPTIST right by attending church Let's

EBENEZER METHODIST n... O. W. Poster pastorA. not forget to pray for the sick Mr. Bennie Crump presiding
Rev O. L. Hicks, Associate pastor L. Johnson reporter and shut-Ins fur the family that minister of the Miami west unit
M. T. Copeland, reporter Rev Aaron D. Hall pastor School prays together, stays together. of Jehovah's Witnesses' stated
Sunday .......... ., 9:43
Sunday School ..... -....... 930 Ernestine L. Ilambrtak.: reporter Morning Service _______-_ 11:00 Won't you worship with us this that "much planning and hard
Morning Worship ,...,..... 11:00 Sunday School .............. 9JIMorning : 1 BTU .'ft"k'ALLEN work will go into making this
B T U .._........._. ...... 530
...... 530: service -----n, ,. 11.: Evening worship ..... 7.-0* assembly the best ever held."
Evening Worship ..."_.... ..,... 7.:00 Evening service .....- T-T.-- ,.-oc --T T.--.I CHAPEL A. M. E. I Approximately 15 departmentswill

ST. PAUL A. M. E. Rev E. M. Blocker, pastor be required to maintain the
Mt. Pleasant Methodist METROPOLITAN AME mblv
Doe a** They Include rooming

2170 Washington Street Rev H M. Salmon pastor Rev J D. Washington pastor Sunday School Sweeting.......?._reporter......_. 930: accnmodatfons. refreshments
Opa Locks Sunday School ..................,, q.i 19th St and 4th Court Morning Worship ...-...._.... 11:00A. music, first aid traffic and votsnteer -
Sunday School.......,.. ... service.
... 931: C. E. .... ..... ..
... League ._
Sunday School ...____ 40 ajn Morning worship ...w......, 11.00 Morning ......_ 8:00
Morning worship 11 sjn Evening worship .,. ---_-- ._ 7.NEW :00 ACE League worship_...,..-, _. 11:01 530: Evening Worship .......?...._.. 7.00 Some flights of the assemblyare '

Evening service 73C Evening worship .-.. ,.",_,? 7:00 on Saturday. Jan 9, the ordaining -
HOPE BAPTISTRev MONROE MUSIC HOUSE ef new mtafeters. and
MARTIN Sunday the main 1f't1UfWh.n
ST. JAMES Writer of Rock of Ages
Brown pastor b Cod's Will to be Done on
Bro, Vandell Everything In Gospel I Music
Richmond Heights Bovan, reporter Erti-
323 !N.W 14th
........ Street Everything for the Church.
R. Albert tone pastor Morning Worship 11:00: Rev J. I This lecture" will be delivered
Evening ... .......... Johnson pastor 938 N\V Third Ave. Apt. 1
Mihna Worship 7.:00 bv James
Harris reporter .a. Sunday School ...........___ 930 A. Thomfwnn, Jr.. district
Sunday School..._ .. ___.._ 938 BTU 9 0NEW Morning Worship ............. 11:00 4-8904. Miami Pa superintendent from New
Morning worship _____ 11:00 BTU _......_.........__. 330 Get your IPfiO! commentary York.
ACE League .._.__ 430 HOPE P.B. CHURCHRev. i Evening Worship .._.....__ 730: All sessions are epee to the
Evening wolshlp .. .-- ':00 Visitors public and we extend a warm in-
H. C Samuels are always welcome
paste* Look Prayer citation for you to attend
BETHEL BAPTIST Mrs. Evelyn Granger reporter' ,
Sunday School __ WO! TRINITY Changes ThingsAre
Richmond tflctaRrv Morning service ..._....._ II.-00: WESLEYAN
L R RIM*. Pastor BTU ._............ .Sf Rev Gorffe E Johnson, pastor Yes Luckyf Nappy 8wec s. TOOTHACHE
Jean E Scott. rtporUr Evening worship ..?..._,, 7J9 Mrs, Phyllis Andrew, reporter fun lend It.00 Bill Fee CROSS ;
Sunday School ...,. 830Mnrning : Sunday School ... ...... 9:00 Wearr Carry I. Purse. Send jrnr; .;:?:
service __._ 11:00 Morning Worship ..... ....-... HrOOYoung addressed! stamped envelope tet I J are r? e.e [
. BTU .... ............._.._...-r. 1:30Evening Now Testament, Nazarene Peopled Meeting .. 500: I CROSS Df t AM I :1W,is eon/N &
service ..... ........... 1:00 184S N W Itt Court I 244 Mclntyre Street I I
Lawrence Rf'ddlrt, pastor SALTER'S CHAPELRev Savannah, Oa. I M ..MwJNr ORA-JELM
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Marella> Reddick. associate H J Benton pastor I

402 N.W. 2nd Me.Hatlandal. Sunday' School ........ ........__ lrOOMorning : Ruth Twiggs. reporter" +
.. Florida worship ...__ 11:00 Sunday School _......."... 938
Rev r>namln) Franklin Evangelistic Service ....._...... tWrd. : G Morning worship __ _II KM
Rev C C McClary .-Prsyrr and BIhle ... 800 ACE l+.rw .._ 530
Evening Service reporter S Evening worship ..._....__. ,:00
pj 1
Sunday School ..._.__ 930: ST. LUKE BAPTIST On Sunday we were happy to American HomesROOFS
Morning service .........__.... 11h.ning Mrs Bun'4b. Greets reporter here served< with: us during the
service ..._.....__._ ,.-GO Rev. P W Williama. mnrnln worship Bishop. W P
BTU..-. ....,.,.................. 9)00) !Sunday School _... -pastor MO Ball and hta wile We always
Morning worship ._ 11KX' feel highly' honored to have the
HOLY REDEEMER BYPU .._._._ 830 bWvnp with us ADDITIONS

Mars 7 and 10 (Sundays) Evening worship ........._.. t.:00 The morning message was delivered "
Novena ':30 (Wed.' night) ADD A ROOMS
by the pHt- r. "As Th+ -
Baotism by Appointment' Matthew Tempi. AMEZ Eagle SirrHh his Nest *o God
Information Class 8 It 1ft. In SHrreth His Per..e"
School All are Invited IOU NW 5th Are. Replace Old Windows Barbecue Pits
Everyone Is welcome' at Holy !Sunday School .__......_....... 13t rove Met was served' by theM ,
Redeemer" For Information call Morning worship .. ....,....._... HtitEvening : tor and hie associate, then
PL '.%39. worship ......._.._....... 7.:00 estimon4al: meeting was held PatiosALL

GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN The Sunday School presented.
its Christmas program as 4 p.m. WORK DONE FOR A HOME
Rev S. A. Cousin. pastor 4th Ave and lAth Tees with Miss. Pauletie Hopkins as
Mrs Jenette Falson mistress of ceremonies
reporter Phone FR 9-1424
Sunday !School .. -- -- -..-. 930 MASSES
Morning Worship ..._ '___. 11:00: Datlv ..... ...... .n.. fl a if* Church of Transfiguration
Evening Worship .... ..- ,: OiSunda* 7 s m fc 8SO am I
I I rEpiacopal n NO MONEY DOWN
M71 N W 152nd Terr.
GREATER NEW BETHEL .. Bethel Apostolic Temple Yen John )E. Culroer

Rev W K Smith, oactor Doris R Akins. pattorJ. priest In charge Call OXford 6-0927
Mrs. R Coaler. Clerk !A nun. assistant Stanley Sweeting, reporter
"Morning Worsht -._ 110 Sit, T Wallace reporter Services every Sunday
Sunday School ..........._ 9=*) 2310 N.W 58th Street Morning Wcrhtp 930

n T U .. ....?_...__ bas 0 Sunday School .. .... ...._._.. 10:00 Sunday School 1030
Evening Worship .......__...... t:00 Morning worship ..........,-... 11:43

Evening worship ....._........ OKEU.
Overcoming of the Naxaren*

12101 S i W }|*h St .Y'S CHAPEL FR 9-6265 Office Hours i 9 sum. to 8 p.m.

Ooulds. FlaLawrenee Esther McNeil reporter'

*imd.T Schnnl Redd.. ..irk.......pester. ... 1004Mornlnr Rrv [troy ..Dell.. pastor
? sunder School .....,....... f-45
worship .. ........... Jl:0fl Morninv worsrip ..._ IIGO WHY NOT BE HAPPY ?
"vanreliftle Service ... .. '00 M Y T ..__. ...__.. 100Eventnt
rrtPr..r and Blb1.8:00 worshipTRIUMPH ..... ._ 730

Zion Hop M. BaptistRev CHURCH See BISHOP W. J. DAVIS

Paul Freeman pastor prime IT Mobley. pastor
1710 N.W nth St and nib Ave
Sis. C. McKlnney, reporterS "
A Sunrise Srfconl 34Mnrntn !ltt-hftol Wisdom ...10:00 Teacher of Metaphysics and Spiritual Advisor

Service 110 Evening srrrtce .. ..._... BrOOT :
i RTTTSVefffne Hft P E. Band ..- ,....,.,.......,., saer00 : Will help solve your problems, will tell you how to be cured of things
't4f'. Tuesday and Friday ........ fcOO
ITtv ntrhtlp. you were not born with, you can be made happy, successful and get out

.._. U..e1M too BETHANY BAPTIST of trouble. If you have love problems, marriage problems, money problems

3078 N.W 45ft StRv why not consult Bishop Davis today.
Rud. Keston. pastorMarlorte
Information Given ConfidentialYou
.+.... a.. ,.-- tc.od ct Shelby, reporter Strictly
On* fp Sunday School ._ 930
r I T..noe ae1.. Morning worship ...,..,,....,. 11-OO will be aurpirsed at the results you can see in 7 hours after the
.,........ e.h wI .... ..... N.e. BTU ..,.._.__,_ 830Cvenlnr work is finished.
-.". w_,,'" ... ... ... "oM w*""r Vo! -_ ......-.... ,:On

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v....'.. .-..... .. 10MM 260 N.W. 8th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA

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Miami Ministers Fight Gains Mlamlans Main are Library Invited to come

Into the Miami Public Library
durint the holidays to see the

i Christmas decorations, displays
National Prominence
: and books about every phase of

the season. A lighted Christmas

l ft 1st AMENDMENT FIGHT AGAINST tree, the gift of the staff to the

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA citizens cf Miami stands In the
COMMITTEES CRUCIAL 1960 ISSUEWith lobby. A Nativity! scene Is displayed

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1960 directly In front of the
the growing use during 1959 of the investiga front of the library. The branch

tory powers of state legislative committees as a device to librarian will close at 5 p.",, on
destroy integration forces in the South, the fight which has wcrk In a shorter time and ,to school will be held at the Carver Dec 31, but tne Man Library
been waged by 34 Americans, two of whom are now in hold good jobs once they have Branch YMCA Tuesday Jan. 5 at will close at 3 o'clock so that the
been hired. Students will learn a pm. Another session will be be cleared
area fcr the Orange
'. jail, to preserve the First Amendment rights of free speech how to use the latest' In kitcbenaplJanoes held at St. Paul's Methodist may Bowl parade. The Main-
and association against encroachment by such commit- washing machines, Church In Ccconut Grove Thursday o Library will open at 10 am on
tees, will be merged in 1960 with the struggle to end seg- and the latest cleaning devices. Jan. 7 at 8 pm. Jan. 4. Call the branches or FTl
regation.Such These course of Instruction 1-7411 extension 5011 for their
will be open to all at a nominal Thank You MessageLiberty opening hours on Jan. 4.
a connection Is teen lathe cost of $1 JO per session this Is a
similarity of the cases of Dr. non profit school and Is operated Beauty Salon 6707
Willard Uphaus, 69 old School of Domestic in the Interest of the community NW 15th ave, wish to thank all please come back. Always extra
year by Radio Station WFEC and the of Its customers for the businessIt cperat6rs at Liberty Bauty Shop.
the theologian Merrlmack now County imprisoned Jail, Dos-in Services to Open Miami Association of Women's I had In 1959 and wish you all Phcne OX 1-7881, home Ox
Clubs. The first New Year. So 14394.
- session of the a Prosperous

cawen.cases of New three Hampshire Florida ,ministers and the Here .wnww.. .. --"""" ----n----- ----.....,-----,......:w:...=-.__....:e---_ .. :..--.....-.- --....-L-we:.:.. ... ...-.-.........-.-.......---:.::---:-:: :::..-.-:...::..-.-:..::---:.::..-.-.-....--..----..----
5 35M
recently threatened with jail sentences 4AN..N..K..K!c ; ;!A4LN..M..aR..K..N. Ki.N. i.N..N..K..Y..N..N..N. K7.N. .N. .N..N..K..K .NTN..N..N
for refusing to turn over Radio Station WFEC: in conjunction j
I membership lists cf the National with the Miami Association Fair
Realty Easy to BudFront
Association for the Advancementof of Colored Women's Clubs : S
Colored People to a Florida Is sponsoring a School of Domestic
state legislative committee. Services. The purpose of the 1111
school is to teach the latest meth.:I VISIT OR CALL TODAY PL 716452t.
Dr. Uphaus was imprisoned on ods of washing cleaning, cooking -
Dec. 14 fallowing his refusal for and in general to teach theca .. f
a final time at a unique *V rge interested in how to do better
hearin!" in Concord NIL to H s
surrender guest lists of an Inter-
faith inter-racial summer camp Hl
be directed' to a one-man "sub'
versive" hunting legislature com
mittee run by N. H Attorney
General Louis C. Wyman. His
refusal was based on First
Amendment grounds on is coo- : ii':
science and on the Biblical injunction ;l1 _ _ _ .
'I not to "bear false Wit- $495 DOWN i4 5 ,

neslo" Near Shell's Market _

Dr. Uphaus won a partial vie- Lovely 2-bedroom home,I ...11:
tory when an interminate sentence newly painted Inside and I iu
which would hare kept him in .
prison for life was reduced to one out. Only one monthly pay IL 4J 1 ,
year. The success of a growing ment. No closing cost. Move ; 1 I.x
movement for clemency, supported right In. Don't pay rent! 1i4 '
editorially by the New York ,: ;
Times, the Washington Post-Times .U"
Herald the St. Louis Post Dispatch -
the New York Post and I $495 DOWN ::
other leading newspapers would Near Liberty City
also be a victory for integration i 3-Bedrooms in quiet S
forces.' a new
I .,
f NfRW'
area. Only one monthly pay*
Dr. Uphaus. before he was Imprisoned ment. No closing cost. Anyone .* WHY PAY RENT ?
pointed out the importance can buy this for leas
of the New Hampshire
In his case to the Integra than rent. Hare key, will !:
lion fight mhen he said: show. Call!! now. I
I ___ A Happy New Year to All Our Friends! !
f -If the State of New Hampshire !4 Start The New Year off by Buying Your Own HomeS
can do this to me, that .is. compelme
to turn In the names of innocent $795 DOWN ONLY DOWN i
people it will encourage Opa Locka .. :... $795

inquisitorial to take similar groups action everywhere -. Last one of these gorgeoui See 1717 N.W. 152nd Terrace-Opa Locka Beauty

This is not just a legal matter new 3-bedroora "Rainbow" Open this Saturday and Sunday 1-6 p.nu-"Sid Allen" there
with me. It is a matter of mv homes. Small deposit will! Bedroom CBS Close Schools
heart beinr with my Negro and hold. Don't wait. to ,
Brand New
white brothers who are trying to No Closing Costa, 1 Mortgage '
build a decent society in the C. E. Oven and Range Move Right in
South especially for the Negro Utility. Room
All Jalousied
people ." $995 DOWN m
Liberty. City.
A pair of ladies beige stretch
gloves was lost on Saturday nightat Beautiful new 3-bedrooni I Only $295 Down See 1848 N.W. 57th Street
a party at the home of Mr. and CBS. Best location. Move i in, 3-Bedroom CBS home. 2.Bedroom CBS home. City water.
City water. No
Mrs. Carlton Flnle,. .
Perhaps EZ
to See i"
you. today Front and
someone may have picked up the closing coats. Move right in. North rear porches, hardwood
gloves through a mistake. Anyone Miami Beach. See 1573 N.E. 152nd floor, no closing costs. Has a 4/i
finding or having these gloves in BRIGHT REALTYPL S; a St. One payment each month. Shop. percent 1st mortgage wh.ac.h includes N:
their possession asked kindly
is -
pine insurance and
I. buses taxes. Terrific locahon.a .
call the downtown office of the 7-8456
283 NW 79th St
Priced lowI!I Must settle
Miami Times. FR 3-2238 and receive estate.
a liberal reward. Liberty City Area Brand New -

N Only $995 Down Only I $495 Down

Move right in. 3-Bedroom CBS. Sep See 1570 N.E. 154th St. in beautifularea

TV SICK ? 2( arate utility room, shower doors, venetian of North Miami Beach. City. :

j blinds, corner, quiet area water, buses, shopping center, close
ill; by. Open Sunday. 2-6 p.m.

Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. $Ii Open Sunday. Good Buy.! s
Brand New Luxury Home
Only $595 Down
i SAME DAY SERVICE )1l Now started, Opa Locka. 3-Bedrooms, ..-
a Bedroom CBS, Opa Locka. Kitchen circular drive built-in
way, carports,
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS t: furnished with stove and refrigerator oven and range. Only $795 down. 1
: Large 75x100 lot. Newly. painted in
First deposit takes off the market.
Picture Tube Special 'u and out See 2500 N.W. 160th St. $85 J
c11! month. 10 new homes to be built. Opa Locka r'i

17-inch-$22.95 21.inch-$29.95 fl t 4 new homes to be built. North Miami
; i
RENTAL!11 Beach.
.- Downstairs
apartment. Furnished 4 new home to be built, Liberty City I
SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 in;; duplex. $20 weekly. Couple, very. Starting Jan., 1960. Put up deposit
quiet area. City water. We have keys.
Nile Calls Pay weekly Pick your own colors.
Specialty-No Extra Charges .
-:: See 1402 N.W. 56th St. Pick
I your lot-Bu Your Own Home. j
Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph

Records All late hits. Special--3 for $1.00

::1 i Vets Radio & TV Co. I FAIR' REALTY I 1t

s u are open every day 9 to 6 p.m. including Sundays

j t 939 N.W. 3rd Ave 201 N.W. 62nd STREET PHONE PL 7.1645 P!

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