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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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I 1 Cop Quits, 1 Fired in Yates ='e AN I960 I:4 jftto,-ttfhway t control a speeding prison 27 Thursday of work her woman car gang and on. motorist plowed killing U. S. J


one and injuring three.
Archie Lankicrd. 30, of 1755 Thro of the inored were reported
NW 55th it., was dismissed from In serious condition at
the Miami Police Force by a 3.2 FEMALE IMPERSONATOR KuhIIF I Jackson Memorial Hospital.
vote of the Civil Service Board i Killed instantly was William
effective' Dec. 1, the date of his Smith whose body was hurled
suspension after a nine hour through the windshield of the
hearing this -week. He was charged Marion Sheffield a widely sailant of Flossie was. There was to have any known enemies. He auto driven by Mo-ll Pendle-
,with conspiring to transport a known Miami female Impersonatr. always plenty of traffic between was a native of Tacoma Wash ton Austin white. 701 Westward
felon witness out cf town. Hli who was popularly known u Flossie's apartment and the Sir ington. Drive Miami Springs.
lawyer Henry Arrington. said Flossie, was found shot to death John hotel directly across' the Up to late Thursday morning The accident occured when Mrs.
the case will probably be about 330: Wednesday morning street the body bad not been released Austin, driving south lost control
to Circuit Court. appealed at his home. 263 NW 6th st, according Several leads were being Investigated to any of the local funeral of her 1 S M Buick convertible as
James H. Albury second to the Homicide: Bureau by police but nothing home The body ws* still at the she sought to avoid a truck In .
a
policeman In the case, resigned of the police department. FltKsto of significance had been turned County's Medical Examiner front of her headed In the Arne
before the board made the !investigation was found in a pool of blood on it? as of noon Thursday. Detective Morgue pending further Investigation direction.'
but rearceared in the HOOT of his apartment. Death C M. Shellman has been as* by police. The truck apparently had j
tense session as a board witness* was contributed to cimshot" signed to the case. The murder mad a total of slowed abruptly when the driver
The board found Lankford wounds In the head and chest. I,|I Flossie was well known In this seven' among Negroes" In Dade saw the 13 miles an hour tem-

guilty en a second count of Up to noon Thursday, police community and was not believed" since Christen Eva. porary signs posted to protect tb*

carrying an unauthorized person had made no arrest in the ease ) workers who were cutting grass. ,
in a police car, and gave him a and were admittedly at a lost in Instead of slowing herself witnesses 4
60-day suspension. Should the trying to determine who the a'-I Uncle Kills Niece in said Mrs. Austin apparently
Circuit Court or the city manager tried to pass the truck but
reinstate Lankford this penalty I saw she could not get pat It and
wit be Imposed, it was explained Patrick caught a bus from then drove off the road to the left .
Lankford and Patrolman Albury and went' to his home Montezuma The other injured" men taken to
were accused of persuading David Ga. He later surrendered to Family Fracas Jackson Ho-pital. were: ,
Patrick to leave Miami in orderto the authorities and was sent Jamey MaCrknmrri* paralyzedfrom
avoid witnessing against Henry back to Miami to testify against the waist down; Eddie Lat- ,
Lee Yates a racketeer, who Yates. Charlene William, granddaughter tires Metro IFcmicMe. Detective tknere. possible fractured' skull I
was afterward convicted! for conceattng Yates was sentenced to one of Mrs. Mamie Williams Morton Bromley said about paying and Harvey Howe, not seriously \
stolen foods. year in prison and Patrick to six SW 218th at., Goulds died In for repairing a dented' fen hurt. II+I
The board was told by wit months in the same case Jackscn Memorial Hospital two der. During the squabble, he fired
nesses that Lankford picked up Albury..... accused of lying hours after she was shot on Sunday two shots In the room, pointed
Patrick the Bfcfct of Dec. 9 and, "an along the' line.** After conferring by her uncle William James his .32 pistol at the rear door and entered the house.
turned him ever later to Albury with Atty Arrtocten. heapologized Williams, 22. fired again.The Wiltl.m was held In the County -
wfco drove Mm In Lankford' far misleading the The child's uncle argued' withI bullet tore into the headof I I Jail en a charge of second' degree -
private ear to Fort Lauderdale. board. I I his mother and two other rela the five-year-old girl as she murder.









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TCMPORA MUTANTUR IT NO8 MUTAMUR IN ILI.lt ... .

The time are tan4 and we are ckaftaed with tehesa


37TH YEAR, NO. 20 MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY JANUARY 0, 1WO TEN CENTS 16 PAGES ;



Inquest in Butler's Murder FridayA i II



combined- coroner* toque ---1': -

cut preiim.nary: hearing Into the
k_:n* of Everett' Butler, guidance
c-uiuellor at Don y Junior Be a Good Neighbor f

h.gh school' which orcured earlyon I
Christmas' morning will be
9 held today (Friday) at 2 pm. InJustice
Sq of Peace Francis J, on Sundau
Christie's: Court 46 NW 1st St.
Willie James Holland Jr. It of .,
Coconut Grcve and Johnnie Fifteen thousand parsons -

: Parms Jr, 30 have ben Initialj) 2 KILLED BY enough V> make up an army la
charged with first degree murder some countries, or the populationof
in the killing of Butler. Both arebeing YOUNG DRAG many a fairs4ied" city In the
held in Jail without bond. United Slates watched television
: T$1 Assistant State Attorney IrwinJ ; RACERS W<<"nMd., in various location
: Block! mill handle the case for througout the area to receive
the state. Up>> to late Thursday no final Instructions before-
defense attorney had been an- starting out Sunday afternoonJan
n uncrd for the two men. 10. Good Neighbor Da,. to
.0. Butler's funeral on last Satur call on their neighbors In behalf
.e day proved to be the largest, ever e of the United Fund. This same
.he'd in Coconut Grove Christ number of peupl. will pound
2 7" e1 Cp'scopal: Church was crowded to pavement' and ring doorbells on J
r xf r standing room only and hundreds SundayMr
f
11.:<*i on the oueadde during the Eucene Kemp 2940 NW MU
services More than 200 cars were (Continued on pee 4) ruapleten

'!'n the funeral cortege from theehleh ._
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to Lincoln Memorial I
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Cemetery to Brownsville. :. of manslaughter.
Smith and Field were recta" *
FEDERAL JURY on NW 59th at and ran a stop
sign at 14th ave., just as the Cll-
HEARING PARKER grist ccvpe was crossing; the to*
ten< LYNCH CASEA
big Bulck mashed into the
federal grand Jury of 22 coic one after the other. The
white; men and a Negro was called smaller car careened into a vacant
in Shoal Miss by Judge Sid. house on the southwest ear
ney Mae this week to Investigatethe '
lynching of Mack Charles Der.One Buick Parker Six witnesses mere the coupe and the other rammed
scheduled' to appear """ _.._ -.r __ a telephone pole a few feet away.
The purpose of the Investigation PAUL OltCMRItT One toflc.. otrdng scream was
said Mire is to determine if Died Ia CraahFour heard, and that was the end tat
Park ". civil right were violated the Gikhrists.
In the pocsiblHty that be was hours before the end of Their pulses were very weak
Ruby C Dunbar Cementary School. Miss I carried across slat lines. Mississippi IMS, tragedy struck at fttth at when I reached th...." .*H B.
Miss
ENGAGED of Mr. and Mrs. Howeil is also a member of the. laws cover murder b* and 14th .... whan two drag- M. buckle a citv 'lather who
Ifenrell. daughter nea NW 75th lou Alpha Theta Service Sorer said but federal law would have racers crashed: broadside Into another lives In the D.tbborhood.rbaa
Reubto whose Howell engagement<* to Fran ity and other community organizations. jurisdiction In Interstate abduc ear, kffllA* the couple instantly they .stopped breathing. It was
at., awful.
tion.
Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. J'' The victim to the bloody accident Th 29-year-old GO-
NW la Mr, Baker Is also a graduate of Two days before the tarn set body
16SOO
Lenzy Baker of announced Dorsey High School an ex-Navy far his trial they.ar-old Negro were Paul Gikhrist and his Christ was thrown from the car
aye. Opa Locka U being her -- nun lad U now attending Howard truck driver charged with wife, Betty Jean, of 1283 NW and pinned to the house. His
week
this by pagwhwte
University to Washington, raping a white woman. was dragged 71st terr. wife. 29, wa* lying behind a
rents.A farmer Dor- OX.. ma) riag in Political fdenca: from the PopUrrCle laD last +Randolph Smith 24. of 1287 shrub.
of ta* his bul- NW Mth st and Johnny Field, Detective B. said the
Mia HoceU also The wedding will be In June of April Several days later rqu4t racinf -
SendS School.Florida A and M Usiversity this year the exact date to beI Iet-rlddid body was found ta the 24. of IMS NW fXKh st, wereheld cars were going at about 4J
i> on miles bour.RUNAWAY .
Pearl River i by accident limtcttgators an
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA i
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PACE 2SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1960 .

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Tropical Boule in Miami : 1

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Sigma -Gamma Rho Boule ac- member Reba DcShlelda! ; Central 1j r
tivitie were clmaxed! by the I region board member Grace
Doule Banquet The theme was Washington;; Northeast boardmember
"Yuletld Tr >p.caJ: Florida holly, Alma Hawkins; Far { ,
palmetto and crotons set an atm West board member Mrs Whit- vl .
here <%f lush tropical beauty more Far West board member, r r i h
Engraved crange CUTS and Jan of! Mrs Crossland, South*et and
fruit Jelly were, given as souvenir chairman cf the board, Elizabeth :
to each soror. Hamilton; Southwest region, Cal-
The results of the voting for donla Young; Central regional
new officers were announced at Syntaktes Magakne Thomas,
the time OJF first lady of Sienaor Southeastern region board member
the grand btslleus is Dr. Lorraine Alta ffnlnl. Southeastern
Williams, a member of region beard member! Ruby Ta-
Upward University' faculty Dr. tum; Southwestern' Syntaktes.
WllHams has served as a representative Arthur O. Davis; Northwestern
to the American Council Syntaktes Annie Lee Neville;
on Human Ri.hts .Is an affiliate Far Western Syntaktes Llllle
of the National Council of Wilkes; member-at-targe. Dorothy
Negro Women, Inc. a member' of Alexander.
Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society, Approximately 230
sores attended
f
American >
Assentation of University this boule, the member' ,
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Women, American Historical
excludes friends and family whoa
Association.
Iso came along foe the vacation.
Other officers are The boule was highly successful
First anti-grand baslleus Cleo In accomplishing' its aims and ob- I
Higgins: grand <Effle jectives, impressed by the warm :it i\ .
Allen; anti-grand grammateus, hand of hospitality extended brother '
Eunice Atkinson; grand tamao- organizations and enjoyeda ar.
thus Hattie Redford; editor and wealth of entertainment and
chief of the Aurora, Ruby w.pleasure provided in the Magic .r.---ii t rp
Hall. I' City, Miami The Boule ended e
Central rrgkn board member, with keyed determination for
Oases Bailey Northeast board
Greater Sf'nknt'ltft'' prayers i

Top of the page is the official photo of delegates tr

the :2Cth! National Boule of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority

which closed out one of its largest and most successful
meeting! in history. .a '

Second picture shows the new slate of national offi.cers k E
board members and regional directors. N

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Third picture from top is a scene from the luncheon ''k

given for the visiting delegates by Delta Sigma Theta e Y a

Sorority, one of the many social functions tendered the / : .

guest sorors. 1 1

Next picture shows Sigma women attending their : :
closed banquet at the Bayfront Park Auditorium. 1

Bottom photo shows the national officers being enter.
tamped at a luncheon In the home cf local baslleus Allen

Taylor.-All photos by Johnson of Miami. l ... .: -

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Phyllis WheatlevArt Aliens' Reports
{ ''Ythi
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and Social ClubThe
Due This Month I" < ;
Phyllis Wheatlev Art and .
Social Club members terminated .
the holidays with, Its annual Aliens required bv law to make t."
Christmas Party on New Year their annual address report! durln -
nlrht at the home of Mrs Cleat January to the U. S. Immigration
1090 NW th.t Each member Service may be wired' .
had two guests and the. home wa. the H_ta furnished will remain! I'I'r
filledwith member and guests l in confidential said Edward P. Ah- ,
holiday spirits' The Christmas rens' district Immtrration direc(
tree was laden with wvsents for tor forms for submission of the"Tts
Members and ni-N The bounti are available any post
ful table wa filled with good office -w
things to eat and members" and e11.k
friends f'n'l'yrd' fame and eon- Nurses to MeetThe i
Yf'f''IItlf'n' until a late. hour Manv Licensed
Practical Vurses
.out-of-town fiiest' were' rresent' Club will meet ,q
Rqnrfav
Jan. 10 C
and enjoyed the occasion( ah.
,t the '
YMCA 5770 NW
15fh
The ave.
next meeting rail be at
th- home of Mt. A Clinch. J445 'phase snce. attend Business of ImfW'l'.......,..
NW 15 tft St.. Ona Leeks Memo- .
Mrs t Fve. president
rust Irf"'it'faf'r"\ the. late Mrs. Virginia .
Mrs. L
Perpall.
Franklin will be held at reporter
that time. *.
Mrs Mine Price, presidentM. !
I Daniels reporter Join The NAACP I



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NEGRO EDITORS THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA


SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1960 PAGE 3


EDUCATE FOR FREEDOMW. .

Unlike most newspaper a see old. f
utrvsa Mr. I Mr. Dejote's hobb11 golf
command In heedtorialdepart., golf and more gelf. He constant.
O. Walker'sAccomplishments 1932 C. DeJoie, ment. And on numerous occasions ly' dreams of the day when he
fug ),{. E. substitutes as 1ftaftllJ'rc edi- will get out of the high 80s and

and started Profile of tor. reads copy' makes pe layouts : move Into the select' 70s.

Arqua1D writes headlines and works,
O. Payne a lace a ball of fire when pushedfor
Equal Paper'sby yes and time. He has an uncanny LADIES SUM DOWN IN
er, caused' By Marcus Nsettsolsr, Jr. knack for keeping a personal
Charley L ftandars himself and touch on the news as It develops YOUR HOME
publican. His With such a terrific demand besides .
offering
Impeccable
However history rates Negre Ills and suggestions
the part of the intelligent
Journalism it will almost certainIjr the Negro these days to know not to staff members STAUFFERHOME

record that, when the time of enough ) what Is happening but why NNPA Hoed PLAN
dying came for bias; bigotry aDd chase crude Is happening and how such
intolerance, the Negro Press was equipment .*;1rn and fits Into the gene A crowning achievement becoming
the power that thrust the rapier linotype political and social pattern it his years of devoted and Offers you reducing iD

that inflicted the mortal wound. Walker DO small wonder' why the untiring efforts to serve' his your own home. Free dem-
And rubbed salt into the sort own type, Weekly has withstood people well through the medium'
' did the Negro editor whose forms and challenge of a host of Negro>> of his press occurred" In June of onstration. Call FR 3-6977

writings were voices of conscience across: the and still remains the 1954 when he wu elected' IndlCOMES'
and warnings, virtually I printing circulating weekly in dent' of the National Negro PrHI-1,
thorns printing.In ushers Association. Ifs
in James' Cnnrflesh..
1940 The story of the Negro Press' elected for a second term In ... .... ..... C,.
formed a its Importance to the Negro's lOSS and ,presents serves u a
porated the particularly In the South member of the Association's Board
The many of the white-owned of Directors. I I

good one. of communications have Ole has been active In religious
increased, <1art'd a '"blat"out" on truth civic and social affairs of hiscommunity LUNCHEONETTE
;. ? account' the news concerning' Black for several Us
Post started lna. could be told through Is an active member of years.CentralCongregational
2nd Ave.
943 N.W.
slogan: activities of C. C. DeJole Jr, United Church of

aIII. Weekly." of The Louisiana Weekly Christ where be serves u a mem
Today Is published In New Or ber of the usher board. He Is a
houses ""I' member of the governing' boards
chanical of the Urban League of Greater
''
w production r '.. .*; New Orleans the New' Orleans .
paper. Branch of the National Assorts.
I
: lion for the Advancement of Colored -
$) People, the New Orleans

There are ".' Improvement League. He Is a
.
ease' about 30 ._. past vice chairman of the Boy
photograi t Scouts of America, the Community
payroll is .. Chest and served as a member of
ly. the New Orleans Mayor's Negro

Each week Advisory Committee. a
IlLWftlanu two editions
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: '''.' Merit Awards
one '. ,
O. Watk.rWftiam other for w .yt The Louisiana State Cbnfcr-

O Walker, editor and other n.-.. ,)t. ; epee for tAbor Education presented .
borhood N.. .. t, Mr. Dejoie with a "Certi-
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pubHthor of the Cleveland Call ..... .
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hoppers" .. Acate of Recognition In Human w
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and Poet has been a newspaperman .
for 40 years. In 1919 be markets. ." ... .. Rf'lationl.Other plaques and
turmd (in his first news story to William O. .j citations Include an Award of
achievements' Merit from the NAACP a plaque
Maftsging Editor Ira Lewis of the
I the success from Trinity Methodist Church
P1t Courier.
*burp
He has for Community Service, a citation -
Walker revered'
Tfewcoe a speech of the ..... "1 from the United Fund of CUFFORD '.n.b," COMBS
CenkMn Simmons at the
president of Greater New Orleans, and an PROPRIETORThe
Syria Moaque. An expert shorthand of the award by the Faculty and Students .
writer, the young reporter Cleveland Mr DeJoie. as editor of Louis of Clark Senior High School) Finest FoodsAt
wrote down every word the ora- president of '. largest circulating weekly, for Interest and efforts In the Popular Prices
ter said.The .
paper be considered" a composite' area of } unatt..n. He Is a Prince!
complete story enabledthe organization of Negro editors and Hall Mason a member of the Lunches SOc up
Courier to hit the streets Newspapers.He .'A1Q)8"c. .n who have dared te Studs Club Inc, and Alpha Phi Half price for children
with an "Extra" and scoop all was the truth In spits of Alpha Fraternity, Inc under 12
comprtHJon. For his night's work. arslnst their lives and
the Future
A devoted family Mr De Complete soda fountain
William Walker was promoted to .'* man
City Editor militant joie Is married to his collec' service

A year later he went to the for doors ftv... Father sweetheart, the former Miss JuliaS. Optn Dally seal Sunday
open .
Belden of Wilmington N C
city desk of the Norfolk Journal
and Guide. After working there Ohio Nf' For llm .t a quarter of a cen\. They have one child a boy, 7 a.m. t. 1t Mldatt.i .

for a year he fed up with: the Walker he has filled the post I Michael Charles who i* 12 years ... .. .. ....
editor He succeeds
a member'' a.nacin, O'i\
town and started to look for another Commission father C C. )
: job.
1946, he and organizer. The
Started Tribune three-man I)', as Louisiana's oldest I
Secretary of foremost weekly newspaper i I STAR MEAT MARKET
He went to Washington D. C. to seek! called by IU. many readers was
where, with the Murray Brothers Non against by senior Dote on Sep
Job printers be started' the evidence' 26. 1924, and recently i
Washington Tribune. The Tribune report was its 34th year anniver! 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
grew to be one of Ameri of the )' with the formal opening and
ca's largest Negro weeklies in made to aUon of Its newly renovated. I.
that era.After In the building at $40 South Ram

working as Tribune managing St. THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
editor for nine years. W. O. ". Ur DeJoie was born in New.

qvtt when one of the Mumybrothers He has October 15, 1911. II. a
died and subsequent Republican to Chicago. IU. where' he!I
the Wendell Phillips
family became
bickering Intoler He served I
able. ", High School and returned
bet or Louisiana to complete his high Fresh Meat-Low Prices
He> manager went" to work of Washington'sfamed as advertising and member since of ool training at Southern Uni I

The High School at Baton
Fair Department State Central .
Stereo a store that pieneered racial mittees. ,.. In 1937. he was graduat'
integration of its sales clerk. While fruit Talladega (Ala.) Colkge
later received his M. A. de
Walker rose rapidly and finally man. be the
In Journalism from
became manager of the Baltimore ful fight to .
of Michigan. While
branch store. on Cleveland be In TV SICK ?
at Michigan was
But the nwwvpaper"' bug had his vote to
Tau
bitten deeply W O. wanted toget dustries to Into Kappa Alpha a
hack Into }Journalism. H. He held journalistic fraternity
studied joined the staff of Tht Louis Then dial FR 4-2044-9 9
opportunities in several Cal I and Weekly In June, 1938."Vsks a.m. to p.m.
large cities and finally decided to gross

try Cleveland.In men of Psopfe"Under SAME DAY SERVICE
1932 he> ene to Clevelandas trolmen' and
Managing Editor of the Cleveland legislation In the dynamic and cou ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
Call and JUt newspaper 1 the editorial guidance of Mr.
If indeed it could be called a tions Board. the true story of the Ne
newMoaper In '32. Here is what he Ohio Fair has been told his religious y Picture Tube Special
found: Commission his political adventures his
The Call and Post was so Walker a world his underworld 17.IMh-t22.l5 21-inch-$29.35
deeply In debt to Its printers they tion : : his athletic achievements'
refused to work.Subscribers and OberUn his struggles for trst-dus w .- '
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bad not received and equality of op.
null conies of the newspaper in longs married to the has ) In the area of employ SERVICE CAIJ.S-D. or Night .............-..... $2.50 jNit. -

17 weeks.A t. Calls Our Specialty No Extra Charges \
farmer emoloyee had just A modest. man of few words \

won a court Judjpseat far ors Dejoki has wielded more
s paid wages.The For Th and Influence through his Jsit treaded ft&fpmsat of 45 RPM phonographRecords ,

corporation had lost its columns than any news All lato hits. Special-3 for 1.00

franchise because It had failed an on the New Orleans
to any state taxes. Many of his prize-winning
There was littte, if any on- 1a have won him high Vets Radio & TV Co.
encumbered real property" on thf Miami premises. ." he has displayed: sterling
Call In putting Into practice
R.b.lldlM0' Effort of the countless' theoretical 39 N.W. 3rd Ave.
h learned while at the
and Posfs -
Even though the Call *
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EXCURSION TO
JANUARY 9 1960
4 SATURDAY, ,
KEY WEST
"J.. J ..,.., .

Stop! Look! Listen! There aril
be an excursion by b us to Key
: West Sunday, Jan. 31. The bus
: y:4 leaves Ebenezer Church 1042 NW
3rd are. at2am.arriving in Key

., West 6:30 am. ,Leaving Key Westat
9 rn. antvinc in Miami at 1
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave, Miami FI.rtd8-Phoft. 'FR $.f2JI a-m. Monday.
Plant at S740 N.W. Wh Avenue-Phona OX 1.0421 This trip is sponsored by the
Associated Lay Leaders of the
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES. Editor South end of the Atlantic District
Garth C. Reeves, Managing' Editor and Business ManagtrMrmhrr Fla. Ocnft'rf""ce. All laymen ofEbenezer.

Kelly Chapel and St.
nl tIw A+nriatf'd Neon rr.o- John's Chorch. Perrine, are asked

Member of the SaJlonsJ" Newspaper' Pnbll.her. AssociationKnteml to attend. "Know your church."
AU friends are also invited. For
Mctaeta, which Wt' $d.o0 round
.4 Nrrnnd ClaMailer.. Ans*** D, 1O27 at th. Port Officeat
call Mrs. Syble Ramos, OX
Miami. Floriita, under the art of March !t. 11170 trip
1-H57J or Mrs. J. L. Dixon OX
y
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1-9213.
ONE YEAR $4.90 SIX MONTHS 12.75 THREE MONTHS 11.70 W L. White is district lay leaden
Pres. R. V. Moore" conferencelay
-rilKDO OK T1IH XF.ORO PR1'1W" leader; Rev. Frank Cambridge
TIIK XKfillO: IMtKSH hrllrvr* that Amerttti nut i.... lead tae world district superintendent and Mrs.
form racial .r*| national untaxtAnlmiM when'" It anon l. to every BUMrritnllrM '-- .. J L. Dixon associate lay leader.
pI race color or erred< his human and l.>cal riffhta. Hating All are welcome. J23
Williams shown above being given to
,
Alfonso
Craig
no men fmrlnc no ittn-4h* Xrjfro Prr. atoned to help every man
In the flan brlfrf flint all men Are bait M lone aid anyone. la held his mother, Mrs. Lucinda Williams, by a hospital nurse, Home Town Talent

hark. was the first baby born in the New Year at Christian Hos Parade

- -- -- pital. His mother, who resides! at 1212 NW 1st place, apt. r
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK"I
7, gave birth to the 61b. 2tfc ounce boy at 1:27: a.m. Jan See and hear your own home

was glad when they Mid unto mt, let zee ga Into the howe of 1. 1960. town talent at Carver High
the Lord.-Pulm 122:1. School auditorium 3 p.m. Jan. 24.
The sesscn's most attractive
musical. Youll hear the greatest'
OUR CHURCHES I'BEAGOOD and best South Florida has to offer .
Miami I is well supplied with churches and the religIous NEIGHBOR ON Great soloists and choruses

life in the community occupies. ,,a it should, top place I such' as the Miami Master Sinters
i
Almost! every denomination known may be found in SUNDAYContinued the Southland Singers Mrs.
Bessie Bethune Mrs Josephine
Dade County. Among them: ( from pace 1)st. I Malloy and many others.

The RaptfotA! have the largest membership. There are manager of Liberty! Spusr You have heard the rest now

over 20 churches in Miami. Mt ZIon, with a membershipof Homes and Mrs Mildred' Clarke. hear the best. Admission $1.00.

1800, being the largest 14810 Van Buren St. Richmond Tickets Oil sale by members of thesinging
Heights will be in chars- of the groups and soloists. Also
The African Methodist Episcopal number seven, United Good Neighbor division Pratt Cleaners Meal's Market,

Greater Bethel with 1865 members U the largest in this& area.Ministerr i also! Smith's Beauty Shop, 3523

There are four Episcopal Churches, St. Agnes with and rabbis will commend -I| Charles Aft.Sporworf'd,
the United Fund's Good by the Sihrertcne
1800 members
being the largest Neighbor Crusade from their pulpit ,, Sinking! Convention E. G. lAJdde.I .
.
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The Roman Catholics have four churches. The Churchof urging congregations to sup # '% president

God, ten or more; the American Catholics, two; theI'resb.terian port to the utmost this mammoth I

one ; and the Congregational (recently organized county-wide residential ,-- 4I
drive Real of which Is 1407,000 DEAL STUDIO
) one.There Tekvision and radio this weekend -I I ; ..,

are two African Orthodox Churches; two will salute the United Fund ." 307 N.W. 2nd Aye

Methodist Epfccopal; ; one C. M. E. Church two Wesleyan and what It stands for and explain "';t.. .. Ws epy and enlarge' pictures af
.
the aims and
factions of
Methodtats; two groups of Jeho'ahVltn es; two the 57 health and welfare agencies '........., your laved ants at half price.
I i ,
Primitive Baptist, three Churches of the Nazarene and who depend upon the United _: L.-

Fund for the vital work they do I Phone FR 4-3034
others.These Mrs Emma II Sweeting president
in this fut section of
growing
making their contributions
are to the uplift of Dade County Council ofPannts
Florida population of which Is'
the community. And in spite of criticism who would like expected" to reach a million with I and Teachers; program

to live in a city without the influence of the church? the 1966 census.A i chairman of the Florida Branch of
he National Congress of Colored
tntal of 228.0OO or
persons
Ihmnts and Teachers. DOLL HOUSE
FIND US A MANAGERThe cue out cf every four were served
Greetings and
Happy N.Yur
in some way by the more than
City of Miami has a $22,500 a year job vacant 300 different health and welfare Request is made for the names Completely

and i is searching the nation over for somebody to fill the service* provided by the United and addresses of officers of each Furnished
vacancy. Fund last year The need In 19(0 ITA unit in Dade County Please
is expected' to be greater. ,rant us the courtesy of a reply $250 Cash
The portion is that of City Manager.. Ira Willard.
Mrs. Madelin Ravlon, chairman hv mail before January 14. Mail One mortgage payment EZ terms.'
our city manager for the past 10 months, has resigned to of the G become president of the new City National Bank of Coral el' loins that while volunteers in Florida
Gables. the Cod Neighbor Crusade begin I We will have our regular
their round in behalf of'''I( county
meeting Thursday. Jan
The rommiriftiuners have accepted City Manager \VII.lard'lI Oad,,'* lew. forunate on Sunday.the j 114. 8 pjn at Orchard Villa Hementarv $590 DownOne
resignation with regret They tried to get him to lob wwnt end until their &!hool. sue NW 13th

reconsider it, but the best they could do was to have him g-al is reached.' ave We are expecting every PTA' .mortgage Clean, 2-4 payment>edro n. $79 car Smonth.
"United Fund begins with U.
hold on until a suitable replacement is available. and that mean 'you' each and {resident in Dade County to be pc:tie. Edison Center.FOR .

Willard evidently was doing a good job for the city everv citizen to Dade County present PrineisjaJ er send a representative.! I

and the commissioners expressed confidence in him. Is the message volunteers will Come prepared are invited also. RENT
to report fr
fve nn their rounds. When' your
However something big happened in October when a Unt and .
neighbor knock on the door PTA ta.s This U the ChildrenVelcome
the Rev. Theodore Gibson, president of the NAACP and after church services" Sunday, don tart meeting for the council be.I' $17.50 a Week
I
some others sought action to desegregate Dade County's .>' turn her away. is the plea at fore the Florida Conference In 5854 NW 13th Ave. Clean large

swimming pools and parks.Ira I. trr officiate? Neighbors helping February. 1-bedroom' porch Immediate occupancy -
neighbor is the and Miss Ruth Austin .is ,
h'ee"n pur- requested Ask for Mr Richard.
Willard. after consulting City Attorney W. Pallot, t'e of the Good Neighbor Drive to meet with us ss she is our rep.
found that there was no law segregating 4he parks and The monies you give makeerkpled resentative to the White House Gold Coast Realty

playground, and declared them desegregated children walk provida" Ontovnce in Washington In REALTORS
Eight I he ness motherless and fatherless March and April She will
or more Negroes peacefully bathed in the Manor rep.resent
babies, reunite Dade County Dade County 4301 NW 2nd AT. PL 1-2446
Park and Edison Park pools.
families, and buy health-restor- Sincerely! I
yours,
The commissioners were stunned. int medicine for lonely, bedridden :Mrs Emma If Sweeting I
invalids, it is pointed out by
The following day a meeting was called. The city !TF workers.

manager was blamed for issuing such an order, and was "-
Actual) the United Fund IS MMHBSBsssssiMa BHHIHHME BJI HmHBIHHB HMBIBBBHiHHIHBBBB B
ordered to cancel the non-segregated order lie did. you it'. what YOU make It

Hut Iana t Willard let the commissioners know and your rrneroaity will go a
'<*n* 1".Y towards reaching Dade Booker T. Shoe Store
that he felt he did what was right O-untv's needed' goal of $3.635.

Although he U quoted as saying: "Despite what the 7J9Everv

law said, the pools were segregated by custom, and it was corner of the Count is 1190 N.W. 3rd Avenue
up to the commissioners to alter the customs if they exrvcted to be covered on Good
Neighbor day United giving! Is
choose. mare Hr've< in line: it U hoped "Run-Rite to Booker T."

While Atty. Willard leaves the office by choice and each citizen will! remember this

with the bent wishes of the commissioners, it i is only nat and make his gift a generous one

ural that he, knowing the temper of the commissioners in Smeet o smile your and Good Neighborwith
a a gift when SALEON
October, would not miss the opportunity of accepting a United Fund comes calling on

position with more security. Sunday afternoon kick-off date

City Atty. Pallot's declaration that there was no law of the Good Neighbor Crusade.

segregating city pools and other facilities undoubtedly was Christmas Activitiesof WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'SSHOES

responsible for him being fired.

It seems a pity, in all of Dade County the commissioner Younv Women i

cannot find a man capable of managing tho city'c Progressive ClubThe

business.
Georgette Tea Room was
the lovely setting of t he YWPC 20% OFF ON
A big thank you to all who sent us Christmas and Christmas party. The members

New Year greetings and presents. played games' and exchanged LADIES' WHITE UNIFORMSOpen
gift*. A
lovely Christmas
dinnerwas
Special thanks to Kelsey Pharr who sent us such a served with all the trim-
beautiful centerpiece for our family dinner. Kelsey never mines. Everyone enjoyed it It is M.... Thru Thurs S ...... to 1 ,.....

forget this occasion. This year the dinner was served at an annual affair of the club Friday til t .m.turd.y til 10 pjn.-Sun. ill 1 p.m.PAGE .
Mrs Helen Steward' fc president
daughter Clarice Littles home.
sod Mrs. Louise McDrw, reporter'



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--By DAVE (Mr. Swlngl) BONOUJANUARY -

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2. 1160 was .*. .f cr-.
saddest days of my life. It day that a great number of us
wUl remember for w* walked by PRETTY GIRL of The Week: r
Mrs, Janie Reeves :
the remain of our mood friend, Pretty N
Everett Butler for the last time.! Bay of tne Week: James Reese
We stood In the church noticed (Carbogs Black Label Kq,.) .
the beautiful floral pieces to a frUceman of the Week: Kenny
grand guy The cfauroh JWBS lull Jones Secretary of the Work;
and so ;were the streets; the AN! Juanita Tbonvetn.
phas were there and so were most i
of the faculty of Dorsey Junior JIMMY, (Salt Perk) Reeves,
High and representatives from who is also known as .Air Cafe
Northwestern. B T. W. and the Society, and his show are still
other schools. It makes us won. tops. I dropped in to see his
der how It works. Are you In amateur show last Monday. night I
the wrong place at the -arrong and the place ass. so crowded
time? The right place at wrong you couldn't' get a seat Jimmy, II
time, cr the wrong place at the believe, has teen in the Cafe
right time Only the Man up.stair Society longer than Nfcpscy Russell *
: knows and when He decides has been in t he Daby Grand. 1
It is time for vacation we I guess that makes him t he record .j ;
must "o Yes, December 25, 1939 holder cause Nipsey has wen
and January 2. 1MO are days in the Baby Grand since nineteen
that will be remembered' In Miami hundred and nothing.
for many years to come. &ly, since about 194? and J.Ree.-j f d )
has been here since t he
-1" and he is still of the
OFFICERS Arch'It Lanafortf Is one top
no" police officer Lanaxrfrd. emcees in our area. I
lie -was fired from the force by

helping the Civil a Service State Witness Commission. David for wall THE. .HANDWRITING the axe is gonna Is an fall the I For the 18th year members of the day, Jan, 21 at the Hay front I'ark Audi

Patrick to leave the state. Patrick again and there will be a few Square Circle Sportsmen Club played San torlum.
now is serving a six months granges One change that I Hxmat ta ClauA to underprivileged families a? Shown in the picture are : top, Ed
that is wtli
coming please just
sentence testify against and was theory. supposed Lee Yates.to about everybody (especially me). they distributed more than 40 basket of Bogie, lrpJ'ldent'Ulle K. DavitFred

Langtard, a long time patrolman In the past 30 day, however, groceries in the Greater Miami *rea on Nooks, Cleveland Sampson and George
wa* e can..i ln against dopepushers three people have gotten' their Christmas E\e. The club, one of Miami' Simmons Hottorn. Claude Thomas, Israel I

ushers and marketeers, the walking beabcy.' tapers then: Itt Walter, Oliver"Dennis Davis,, most popular, is now making plans for 1U Armstrong, rt'cordlnrr.tar)' : James

"nun.mane a It rep was for Langford himself who as put the the all around man an d Audrey 19th Anniversary Dance to be held Thur' Hoy kin, financial secretary ; and Alex Hall

five million dollars behind bars Whitmore, barmaid. The next top ,
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That 'five million" being the is just you wait and see
talented George Kirby, Ray that's why I always say: Live THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Dortey PTA to Meet
Plane, a member of Duke Elling-1 I(I life, every golden minute of it.
ton's. band; and a group of local Peace. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1960 PAGE 5! AH parent of children attend
personafetk lie did his job as .1' log IX>re* Junior Hifh are .*.k.t'd .
ci%> should, but what happened Spirituals of Joy in to pJca"* be present Monday,
MO d0 not know. I still think. he'sa j Songfest Sunday Liberia Plana A BEAUTY I Jan II at S t jn 'In the auditor-
nice guy, and r*' hope that his I turn f f .)ur regular scheduledmeeting.
appeal will win his Job back. I The Spirituals of Jay, one of National Bank New Duplex .
MUnu'j. popular singing groups t
CHICKIC HORNE, Flip Wilson, celebrate its Second Anniversary 4 Spacious Bedrooms I Mrs, Giur ;j FcrlU-<.of\. Pres.
LHUe Clara J ay, W. C Baker Sunday Jan 10. with a Songfest Ubenan ITntdmt WtD1amTl6tJnyn 2 TiU Baths
and Yours Truly are being held *t St. Matthew free Will Baptist Monday outlined plans 2 Utility Rooms
over tor two more weeks at the for the furtH economic devcfepmecit -
Church 408 NW 21st St The
Ck4 Ml Owner Charlie Hayek group managed by Johnnie will of Liberia through the creation -; City Water CLYDE KILLENS
and K. C. Smith threw a party be gin its program at 3 pm. at of a new national development 1 1480 N.W. 59tli St.
fir the employees last Monday which: time they are asking all. bank.Liberiam. I Use land rfown PROUDLY PRESENTS
u a
your
nvjht to cho* their appreciation
their friends
of many to tune
will be called
fer the way everyone has M'W'k-j out and enjoy an afternoon ofgospel .. invest their savings in it upont and I payment. Lot or home
ed' BO bard to make the
and spiritual music. the government 'will invest part BaronJE
successful on its second opening
jf its irvn ore royalties.In &1340 3.5
after having been elated for mere Open
NAACP To InstallThe
than six months Al the chef, his iMaugaral I address, after P.m.1,
prepared fried chicken, potato NAACP cordially invites being sworn in fw a fourth term
salad lettuce and tomato salad, you to attend its installation pro irf four years N president' of the
and J kick, a poo ,tube schotch to tram Sunday Jan. 10 at Mt 112-year-old Wet African rep -
y'sll) Wben FUp got up from rabor Baptist Church. 1701 NW ..felir. he called on African governments .
the table he didn't say Mpard 66th st at SJO; p.m. to create regional) bod.
me" he said -forgive me" He Richard PoweU. presidentRev I Des fir MHHterrWc ceeperation asA
ate bake there was no tomorrow, P S Brown, pastor ell as for keaUaa purpwesLHj.

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I tion, move right in. EZ terms !

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Th. Miami Fisk Club entertained stu. of the Miami Flak Club are, seated, Gwen. home today. EZ terms to

dente matriculating at Fisk University who dolyn Harriett and daughter, Mary, Ber you. See this today. ., Sat., Sun.

were home for the holiday The New thins White Clifford Matthews, president
Year's Eve party was given! at the elegant and Arnett Counts. Standing: Edward NOTE If you don't have all

and beautiful home of Dr. and Mrs, Ira P Cook. William Johnson, Mrs. Marie of be the -down payment, may Fiesta Club
help Don'tpay
w.can
Thlrlee Smith you.
table
the : ,
Davia. Seated at
and Brown, Mrs. Eolyn Kimbro, Mrs. Ma rent. Call us.
Bentley
Iral Harold Davis.Culmer.Standing Gwendolyn: Sarah Williams, Charles Brown, and William Sawyer.Johnsonphoto. .- BRIGHT REALTYPL BOBBY MARSHALL, M.C.

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going back u far u history is
PHIL OSSOFER recorded. Those of darker skins
have been honored for their ability -

and Scholastics j SAYS: all, ages.sagacity An and Interesting perseverance exampleis in

Balai. an Ethiopian, who recognized
Muhammad u a prophet
last In columnI meantime rye ,had aevtra" ] -in
before
Week my I Negro history disproves the theory of God.
named the players In the Bill quiries reminding me ,,of ,the "Porgy. and Bess". of white supremacy In ail
Nine South Football Conference promke thaI made.the weak : Talent to Watch: Frank London fields of endeavor. To me this is The enemies of his faith, fearful
who scored the point during the before. With this rrptanaUoo.: I Brown author. easily understandable because of killing Muhammad because it
past season and promised to name wish for all ,of you A Profltable Sleeper of The Yean 'Room at there is no such thing as "Negro would cause a vicil war tortured
the players who did the tackling and PleasantNew Year.,,:. The' Tap, movie; Trumbull Park &k>odor "White blood." There his disciples instead. Balal was
and blocking to make It possible novel. is only human blood the types of exposed: day after day, to the hot
for the other fellow to make Following are the players in the which are prevalent under all sun in the desert stretched out
these points. conference who made. IS or mora Best Television Shaw: "Even colon of skin.Audubon with a rock on his breast. They
Last week I did not write the tackles during the pIII1. season lag With Belafonta" and Gene told him he must renounce Mu-
column because of the preparation and all Dade County players who Kelly's specacular. the famous naturalist hammad or die, and he answered
for the holidays in the made 30 or mora. Com April and the Academy had a colored mother. Alex- "There is only one God only one
.Blocks Awards James Stewart probably. ander Dumas who wrote "The Gcd." He lived' to become the
Name School Tackka Key will walk oft with an Oscar for Three Musketeers," had a colored first meurrin the one who calls
Ernest Gamble. Roosevelt High 153 1* his performance "Anatomy ofa grandmother. Undoubtedly that the Muslims to prayer. When ODe
Jerome Bullard. Roosevelt 133 Murder but Frederick March such men should be so "tainted" considers that more people worship
121 (Middle of The Night) and Sina would seem unbelievable to God through Muhammad
James Williams. Rocaevett tra (Some Came Running) will white supremists who can see than any other prophet the
Walter Boston Roosevelt 10o\..* 50 give him plenty of competition. only white. They cannot see their honor of becoming the first to
Sylvester FGrdham Middleten High 87 30 own black hearts. These can be make that call is evident And it
81 1 Audrey Hepburn might get seen cnly with spiritual eyes, belongs to one of dark skin.
Robert Mcntyre. B. T. Washington Oscar No. 11 for her portrayal of which do not appear under the
Henry Killens. Howard Blake Inch *0 23 Sister ke1D "The Nun's same skin with black hearts
James Howard B. T. Washington '78 4 Story." Advertise It Pays!
13 Best Supporting actors: Tony Negro history Is world history,
77
Tan Hill. Howard Blake High
I Randall u Jonathan Forbes in
Donald Lett. Howard Blake"I'" %0I I "Pillow Talk" Joseph N Welch
Carleton Oats Middleten: "78 20' u Judge Weaver "Anatomy of aMurder
I' ."
Tom NwAtokl, BT Washington 1$
Grady Jones, Northwestern High 59 24 i Best Supporting Actresses: Susan
Jasper Lewis North Dade High 59 10: Kohner. "Imitation of Life".
Best Juvenile Actor (Actress):
Willie Jordan Mays 59 Sandra Dee. "Imitation of Life".
Sam Miller. Mays 58 Best Screenplay: "But Not For
Bob Cunningham, Mays 50 Me".
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The following backs In the conference made 20 or more tackles Costume Designing: Jean Louis.
besides lugging the ball for numerous' yards during the season: Jas. "Pillow Talk." p

Kirk. DiUard IHgfe; James Multimore. B. T. Washington. :; Jacob "North Best by Photographed rthWftt.n pictures rd

Knight, Howard Blake; Bernard Clark Howard Blake; Leonard Man on The Mountain."
Hughey. Jones High; Israel Lang Middleton; John Stackhouse. Car Outstanding Director Otto Pre-
ver. mlnc r, "Anatomy of a Murder
and Fred Zlnnemann, "The Nun's
Story."
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I PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, I960 Your Vote is Needed I

Register to Vote!


I I DATA N' CHATTER Property OwnersWould


By Daisy DtMlllt (ANP) you Ilk. to have all

From Hollywood to Harlem curtain calls. your bills combined Into one
Well its that tune of year again i Before you know It. it will be small payment mad still
But before we ay fioodeye far- awards tin* again so just for the
have left? If
n"0 '$e. uhxb caly hours age' heck of it, I'd like to go on record some money
settled down in a special puce la making a few predictions, naming 11,500 or $3,000 will help
history let us review' scene of my favorite* to see bow they you at a time like this, let NITELYEXCEPT
the happenings. I stack up with the 1989 all time me get It for you.
Dakota and Dandridge roamed greats:
Nat King Cole became the father: ', find of the Year Nina SSmcoc., Today U not a day too soon
of a son via the adoption route, :' Book of The Year. Ada Dallas I I'I to phone If you want to apply SUNDAY
and Lorraine Ilansberry parlayed by Win William. : for a loan THRU APRIL 18
a Tallin" Into a fortune. I'I Movie of Th Yean Anatomy d
Sammy Davis Jr. divorced hi a Murder. But For Me, and Some FIRST AND SECOND -
wife and bream enved0 a Like it Hot.
Canadian beauty after viewing I Song of The Yean But Not For MORTGAGESAVAILABLE POST TIME 8:15
that Canadian Sunset Ruth Me Ella Fitzgerald's rendition.)
Brown and Sarah Vaugian shed I Best Play: "Raisin in he Sun. RAIN OR CLEARS
theIr mates and were promptly M I Actress of The Year. Diana
attached by cupid so they agreed, Sands (Raisin The Sun) and SU. H. DAVIS
to have another ride on the mar. san Kohner Imitation of Life).
riaie-go-round. Actor of The Yean Charlton MORTGAGE BROKER
Sidney Poiuer made quite a He ton BenlfcirDean Martin
name for himeif on Broadwayand (Same Came Running.) Phone FR 9-8531 se.
a definite place for himself i Headed For Stardom: EroestiM.
In Hollywood, while Errol Flynn'Anderson, singer; Tent Springer Eves. NE 3-6754
Mario Lento, Kay Kenda11.and model. 4 a ere St
Wayne Morris made their final, Disjcointment of The Yean

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A Darling Snot I SON CONTESTS WIDOW'S PLEA




Tycoon Left $379,592 Estate j




MEMPHIS- (ANP) Dr J The late Dr. Walker was 'shot since been committed to a hospital -

E. Walker, late president of Universal to death July 28. 1930, by Wash. for the criminally insane at I
Life Insurance Co. and I ington Hamilton, 78, who ha, Nashville.
Tri-State bank who was killed in I
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hs office lat July, left an es-
Ute cX $379.592 it was disclosed' THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
bitweek after an inventory was

completed.It SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1960 PAGE 7UNIFORMS

a :t. came after Dr. Walker see- ___ _u __ ____
end wife, nowIrs.. Louise
a O'Reilly Walker TarpJey. tiled a
c'.alm: : for one year's widow's support .
through Atty. Wallace Lopez .
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However, the claim was
e -
contested by Dr. Walker's son, A.
Macro Walker who contendedthat
)Irs. Walker was not legally
married to Dr. Walker at his
death. A hearing has been set for
Jan, 5 by Probate Court Judje
Po',k. ,
\-

Meanwhile, Mrs. Tarpley is
a Mf c n'.on lating announcement cf a
rece Lion for her third marriage.
Included among Invites is the
late banker's son. Memphians are

watching developments In the iREt DQ.iVLRT O U GCKhtbweswM.
R
case with rrrat interest because
? of the confuted IMUCS Involvedand '
because a 11 concerned in the
Lovely Chris Darling blast another Martian inradcr cut I case are prominent residents here. Pr.
of this world." Science Jlction? Not really. Chris is Just

demonstrating fun that shoots fiberglas material. Used to

build or strengthen swimming pools and boats, new machine Hospital IntegrationSuit

also enables sprayer to waterproof basements, line storms ; I
tanks and fabricate lawn furniture.
Filed
Manufactured by the Spray-Bill Corporation the vtrstt&ft

gun will soon be marketed throughout the world.A .
brochure describing the product is available free by TAMPA suit- The In the first state hmpitaltntaeratfen was; $1.00 to $3.00

writing.to_the company at S609+ X. 10th CourLjIialeah, Jla. filed on Christmas Eve by Miami VALUES TO $9.00

attorney O E. Graves on behalf I
of four Negro residents of Lake-j NATIONALLY FAMOUtDRESSES

maw by labor, constantly increasing land. '
and dispncertienate The federal suit filed in U. S.
'CAL DAPOF motor fuel taxes and various District Court seeks to Integratethe

forms of governmental interference new Lakeland General IIospH -
0 ?" l.

Negro ft"Ikt4'ftel Lakeland $1.00 to $5.00
menth railroad retirement -
In a recent broom* Ineemed when the new
payments crossed' tae and mottortMciic hotpHel.. wa recently I VALUES TO $35.00 NATIONALLY 'AMOUIChildren'
$7$ million mark for the first e'* npte4 time since the system was estab the oW heiittk. for their and Men'a Clothing
lished. Of the total 77 per cent use -
APPAREL WHOLESALERS
went V> retired employes and
Frank Chodorov writes in National wives'and the remainder to The plaintiff asked the court
their 127 N.W. 2nd St. (Take elevator to 2nd floor)
Review "What the steel!) survivors of deceased empleycs. fw a deeiaratoy judfmtrnt anda
Phone FR 7.2943 FASHION MART BUILDING
companies want is permission to permanent Injuncikn ending

ran t heir plants efficiently. Under Although Amrica's economy segregation at the hospitaL

the contract in force previous - -- ----- ..._ -
grew during the past century at -uJunnJLnrnLrJU1rJL -- ---- 11'
to the strike any change Inoperational thllp.IC'e
a rate unparalled in history,
practice which mananent has slowed during the Il&9's
Moderate Rates-Call
wanted to introducewas to the point where the United For The Finest Apartments at

subject upon a grievance State stands almost at the bottom -
being filed by the union with the of the list of major nation*

industry's board of arbitration: to in terms of economic growth, BONDED COLLECTION
review and adjudication. Management -
That statement was agreed upon
obliged) its
was to Justify
by a panel of 11 distinguished
the had
union equal
action. an
economist*, meeting at a forum
and sometimes dominant, hand in conducted' by the National Industrial I
the running of the plant. That a Conference Board neAmKk'.n
proposed' chante was economically I
preference for more
I justified was of secondary' importance AGENCY Inc.
leisure was mentioned as a factor
to
tt was objectionable
I contributing to stowed growth
the because it the ,
union upset In 1913, the Tax Foundation i
t.lnf order Thus the work
tell us, federal government tax
rules' because deterrent to eflcent
a
collections to about $34
came
management They made million, bieb was collected at "May the Happiness of This HolidayS ,

tor rigidity and high coc"a"According the rate of N1 a mbntte In 1MB
Remain Throughout TK
tax collections amounted to a&out ason

to U. S. News and $59 button collected at the: rate I
YEAR
NEW
World Report, a borrowing spreeis of $111,012 a minute

on In this country" We one t With All of The Tenants, Friends And All
$80 billion: In public and privatedebt "
Writing on labor problems. David
and it ts t increasing at the
Lawrence' says The basic Others atBONDED
rate ("t SIl8! billion a year. So a
collusion and
point is conspiracy.'
tnllkm-doUar ot-bt U in tliht.
Workers have the right to join a COLLECTION AGENCY"Mr.
union in their own plant and to
A short-time ago the residents strike if they cannot agree with Brooks
of Mount Vernon Missouri voted the employer through collective L L. BROOKS. Prtsidtnt
bond Issue designed to
on a bargaining, but have they a right
funds fer transmission
prcvide a
line tying the town to the and to monopolize by coJluskm' an throughout entire Industry the MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

Southwestern The measure Power was Administration defeatedby country conspire to bring on an 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
Industry-stride striker This is the
substantial ma rein, and I
a : BROWARD COUNTIESt(6J
real Issue that the congress' will
Mount Vernon will continue far
have to face at its next session
more tan U years.S 1 and it may also be one of themost

important controversies in
President Nsylor
1or'k'e
the 1960 congressional 1 campaign" I
of Gulf Oil Co.. asks a question:
"What ends are f'A'e serving when --- - -- -
management and technology -
capital
CY INC.
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY JANUARY 9, 1960 Southland Singers wish -
I you all a very Happy New Year.
New Year's activities L:. .C.TY
__________________________ i I i To start our our first program of the I
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year rain be Sunday night Jan. 'Aaw..$ ../ "..A"AfIOX
: 10 at St. Matthew Baptist Church
I- THIS and THAT .e Rev. N. F. Clark pastor. 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

We want to thank all the many
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w- -_- WWUWNUWWUVWIn .-- ,friends, groups and choirs that

the midst of New Year eelebratioru turn to the religious AekL His appeared on our 15th anniversary FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
many families were re rapnt aBxzn of "Itojr Hamilton for coming out and helpingus
united. Mr and Mrs. Frank Smith Slogs Spirituals" a must make the program a success.
c4 Bungle Park owners of have-itent IA any collection of Rosa Le Pinkston reporter

Frank. Shoe Repair motored to a1buc .

Arcadia for the first family The reunion He resides in the Liberty Why be Out of Style?
held in
many years. City area His home is one of $U6"-
affair took place in the palatial Let us convert your double- '
shcrsr and is designedfor
home of Mrs. Addle Bowles a the comfort places and gracious living. breast suit to a single breasted I ( INTO TNtUMC ACTION

prominent teacher of that city. His wife u the former Vera narrow lapeL $18 up. wI IttOLNm-aYu Pmrrbr
Other family members present Adams granddaughter of the Your Smiling Tailors 937 NW r .Hubert Nicole
Mrs. Addie Gardiner Mrs. Prop. \ tcutp
were late Mrs. Eliza Micfcent of Key 3rd Ave. Reuben Hepburn,
Edith Dailey. Robert Owens Leon Indf TAYLORMAUREYMOOTS
West and Miami. i iThe
Barks, who u a member of the I I I Iwy .............. flu"
of Tuskegee Institute;
faculty
who
Mr. and Mrs Irvine Griffith Mrs. made "After gifted Hours"Avery Pants one of thenuvt of life, and fewer on gravesat 7NlHOUSE c' TIll ter
Griffith is a registered nurse who memorable during the end of the strife"Thank sturrut
songs
finds time work in volunteer \SEVEN//
many
to Little World War I, because of his meticulous you Mrs. Ellen Pierce, 1KS.
agencies in Arcadia. performance on the piano librarian at Floral Heights Elementary aka
Darryl Fletcher: was on hand to died and was buried in New York School. LINDA CHRISTIAN
of
the last generation
represent City. He was with the Erskine \ DONALD WO/IT
his maternal line. 1
Hawkins band for many years.The .
u
Alter the reunion the enure family has this corner's sym -- -
family motored to Miami u house pathy. d RITZTHEATRE VICTOR YVONNE

guests of the Frank Smiths. I DECARLO
While here they were royally entertained At the recent Boule held hereby MATURE ,
by many friends of long Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, NOW SHOWING"THE
standing. Mr. and Mrs. George Inc the followiac officers were
Tinker, mere hosts to the group at elected: Grand President, Dr.
ji supper party.. Lorraine Williams urofesaof ofl I BIGFISHERMAN"
social < The delightful children of Dr. city; first anti grand president, .
and Mrs. Ira P Davis came home Mrs, Cleo Higgins Palatka; grand 1 '4. THE SAHARXS o
for a semi-family reunion. They secretary Mrs. Easit Allen In- 1
Story of Simon Peter In the A 1i r
were Mr. and Mrs. William C. diarwx4is; grand assistant secretary
Oates and their baby daughter, Mrs. Hattie Redford, Indianapolis day of Christ \7 d
who looks like a living dolL The grand treasurer, Mrs.. .4ARYENTURCI I !
Gates are living in Tallahassee Ruby Watts Hall, editor-ln-chiei srs '
and attending FAMU Miss Iral of the national organ, Aurora
Davis a Junior at Fisk Univ. was re-elected; Mrs. Ruby Watts Air Conditioned
came also. Their house guest was of St Louis Mo.

the polished Dave Porter a graduate Gamma Delta Sigma Chapter of CAPITOLTHEATRE
student at Fisk. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. SUNDAY AND MONDAY
.
did a splendid piece of work In
Mr. and Mrs Edwin Rogers, formulating the souvenir ROOM AT THE TOP"
program
SUN, MON.. TOES, WED."Career" .
ardent supporters of the Episcopal spearheaded by Ruby Thomu
Church in the Opa Locka area and Gwendolyn Barnett. T h e
sere leased no end to be reunited lance committee. Jane D. Lewis,
with members of their Evelyn Mincey, Claret Grant, and With Dean Martin t
family from Philadelphia. The Grace Smith are to be congratu
group consisted of Mrs. Lillian lated. Lovely hibiscuses to all of Plus .w'
Rogers, their aunt; MM. Lillian
Jenkins. Mr and Mrs Kenneth you. "North by Northwest"With

Melton cousins; Little Janice Mesdames Katheryn Cavern, Gary Grant
Metton and their.dog -flash. Rubye Roach and Ethel Cyrus ,
teachers in Cleveland, and Bouldelegates s9
The affable Bobby Ford now
; were shown many
in the Armed Forces, and his courtesies by their friends of AIR CONDITIONED r*
brother Jimmy, came home to long standing Mrs. Mami
enjey the holiday season' with Thompson and the Charles Rat BUNCHE t
their mother Mrs Mary I. Williams cliff es.' F
principal of the Liberty .
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City Elementary School and their During the days and hours from THEATRE OPA LOCtA 4
Ford SUN THRU. TUES. 9
aunt. Principal Charlotte
now until we meet again next .
Clarke of the Dcuglas Elementary week remember; Tbe world Julius LaReoaRoy

School. needs a little more kindness anda I HamiltonDella
little less creed a little more, R.... In"Let's r
Recent' vwtora to Atlanta were giving and a little less greed' ; i Rock"Elizabeth
Principal Francis S. Tucker and little more smile and a little tear I Laurence Harvey, Heather Sears, Simone Signoret
her' daughter Ellen Thf'Y'Wt- frown; a little less kicking a max Taylor In
ed Mr. Tucker's niece, Mrs. Jose- when he Is down; a little mon "Elephant Walk"* (Shown only at 9 p.m.)
phine McCoy a social worker tn "we" and a little less "I": a little: In ColorTV
dental hygiene.henry .
and little less .
more laugh a cry:

and.Robert Young, students a few more flowers on the path CANT RESIST IT!

at Morehouse College and '
Hampton Institute pent the holiday
season with their father in SALE VPN

New York City. Their mother is ONLY $1.00 DOWN :
Mrs. Doreen RYoung, Instructor

at Northwestern.. I DAVID JEWELERS

Mrs. Vergie Mickens Pettis returned 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 ,
; home from New York' Oppoalte Bended Collection Agency
City en Tuesday She was fortunate HORRORS
.
to have missed the ill-fated. Weekly Hours: OF THE

plane. ISO a.m. t. 1MO p.....-J Ie 7 pm.S007WS. d .1.
.
r
The suave Stanley Robinson

prominent citizen tailor and Instructor C'NKMASCOPK H BtOOO CuHDi.
in tailoring in the Adult
program at Northwestern, enjoyed
seven days of rert In Nassau TVFREE
as the house guest c< hU cousin STARTS WEDNESDAY
Dr. C R. Walker REPAIR ESTIMATE
ON ANY

Miamians have reasons to be, Radio TV Phono
or brought into shop
proud of its Junior citizens. Five our tf ?WL THEY made

of them seniors, are now attend- 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1S89 2 this
int FAMU. are listed in the yearsbid
1090 edition of Who's Who More than 23 years of reliable service '
picturelTHEYCAME
Among Students in American
Universities and Colleges." They
are Raymond Aranha. Merita
Cowvrt. Katie Davis. Clifford i s i
(
McDuffie and Agnes Rolle.

Another product rminltx She :JUv. XeUon W.
Finder son of Mrs. Coleen Pin- -
der. IB20 Golden Glade' Drive 1201 N.W. 3rd.Ave. Phone FR 4.2376WINTER +rulNe,, -o
Opa Locka. Is being ordained to -
the Sacred Order of te Priest- MEDICINES TO CORDS
hood Saturday, Jan 'at the
Church: of Saint John the Baptist SSS Tonic ..... .. 4S A 1.4 Lydia Plnkharn's 1AO A 1.00 -
115 South Terry St. Orlando Dr. Plorce'o Favorite kin'o 1",1..en 1.71 A tt, -.. iiCEAD can 1XWlC1WJ .
The Rt. Rev, William F. Moses, Preo.rlptlo..1.11 1.10 Super Anahttt 2-00 A 1.00 KCI10UBoegrr :
DJ>. will perform the rite*. New Zyrono 7 plus -.. 1.U Super Anahict Nasal -- ROSSO*
Congratulations and the choicest Father John'sMtdlclnt Spray .._._.__ 131 "'-'!! ---
of hibiscus to the parents .._? US A 78* tup r Anahlst IULMaPLUS
the achcols, and other agencies. Swamp Root ......US A 7S' Tablet ._._ IN l ISf -
whose lives and programs have
touched Xhese Junior citizens. OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY S A.M. U 10 P.M. "IT HAPPENED TO JANE"Doria

This II most iratifyin JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
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Discard all hate and do their pert

Nineteen Sixty Beginning' at the very etart
Asks Ministers to By Wlllam Henry Huff for ANP And never falter never cease

Ah. Nineteen sixty here you are To pray for justice and for peace.

You know what we are praying Since you have come, since you

Spearhead Voters Drive for. are here,
We knew you'll be a happy yearIf
all the people, far and near Be thou to IK a happy year.
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RICHMOND VA. (ANP) -
The NAACP has launched drive
MIAMI FLORIDA t RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
TIMES
THE MIAMI for 3,000,000 registered Negro .

voters in Dixie and has asked Vein
Rectal Diseases Varicose
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1960 some 1,700 Southern Nerro ministers *

to help spearhead the move Effective painless, nen-surgical office treatments at low cost-
the Associated Negro Press learn no 'loss time or Inco", .. Avoid surgery and heepltallsatlen. Why

ed.According wear truss? Why suffer delay and get worse?
Between The Lines. to reports, Kelly M.
Alexander of Charlotte N.C.. CONSULTATION FREE 9

chairman of NAACP Voter Hegistraticn Special' medication, treatments, dlttt for arthritic, neuritis, ulcers *
-By GORDON HANCOCK for ANP has been distributing
Committee blood pressure, slnut' ,anemia lost vigor, chronic diseases
__ 1 promotional literature
here encouraging the pastors get of men and women.

ENCOURAGING REBELLIONIn behind the move. The literature DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING
asked the ministers to encourage -
pasting on Walter Williams their church members to become 21 S.W. 11th Ave. FR 1-274S e A General' Health Service
registered voters during the
the last of the Confederate rebels
first half of 1960.
at an advanced age gathers to
The primary aim of the move
his
his comrades, ana neap to
.. is to improve the political lot of
ashes! lie fought at the behest of .. .
,- the Negro *ln the South, but It
his beloved South and for this no
soul will also aims at a better way of life I
sane and reasonable and for all Americans.The CtHtral life Insurance Co.
condemn him in death. He, literature declares:
all his comrades a re more to be
pitied than condemned.And -1 "If one-half of all the church IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
members of the South were to
certainly no nobly incline become registered voters, overnight CONSIDERATION THEIR
ed soul would want to see eternally we would have more than
perpetuated the breach in three million Negro voters In the
the nation, made by the War of South, The effect of this numberof New Family Group PlanFather
Rebeuion. Gestures of reconciliation :: Negro voters upon the political

should not come from the picture of the nation wouldbe Mother, Children-All Under One Premium
North alone, but from the North
tremendous. It would lead tc
and South. Of course there Is a a better way of life for every Newborns Automatically Insured at Birth

segment of the South trying bard 4 ferfct L laic" ,i segment of our population, black AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
to heal the breach. & II I and white.

But currently the Old South U I Very Economical Family Protection In Any Amount
rebellion holds up on a larger canvas the
in ail but open
again From
cherished traditions of liberty and
What
aainst the nation. means "
ail ibis display of confederateflags justice for all I
if Healed since when? As a pleasIng -
everywhere down south
$2,000.00 f* $50,000.00
it does not mean that the Old platitude what the Presidentsays .
sounds good; but as a
South is still in angry mood?
What means this abounding means of placating the South Th. Company Also Offers Other Attractive And
over Its loss of the War of Re
enthusiasm when the band plats Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needa
that hellion It Is a flat tire. The President
"D.xle" if it does not mean
does not know the South!
still -
at bean the Old South is in
The South is sill flgihUng the .
rebellious mood What means
war which studious historians
the current attempts to disparageand rM
discredit the Supreme Court of the South have succeeded In Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office
getting called the "War Between
it it does not mean that the Old I
The States" instead of the War' f 1416 N. Boulevard Fla.
South is still at war with thenation. Tampa,
Rebellion
of that it actually was.
awn
To be sure it is a cold war; but The point being made here Is
111 a war nevertheless. And there should be a difference between OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST

what is more, the Old South is a man who fights to save KaItIQI
MIAMI WEST PALM
winning its cold war. When our his country and the man m h o BEACH
President orders honors for the rights to destroy It. There should 176 N.W. 14th Si 602 N. Rosemary Ave.

fallen Confederate soldier be be a deference In t he honors
thereby acknowledges equality of paid them in their death or ", FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE
the rebel and the patriot; and be what else does patriotism mean? 700 N.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighth St.YOUR .
further admits that rebellion
against the nation Is not as dangerous Of course nobody could: blame COMMUNITY DRUGS
as it seems. the President for wanting to
make a fine gesture in the pre.. 6750 N.W. 18th Ave.
When who fights againsthis
a man mise, but just. whether or not his
receives equal honors
country words were well chosen will bea
with him who fights to save his
matter of dispute.
there is terribly grave
country something
Nobody would be more ready
wrong with our sense of than I to see the "hatchet buried
justice. Respecting the valor of In the tussle between the North CREDIT IS O.K. ATBAKER'S
the Confederate soldier and honoring
and the South but nobody Ie.mOl'e .
the rebel are two entirely
clearly than I that such
different things. gesture' as President Eisenhower

Most certainly. by honoring the made, is not changing. the South
rebel 11. mighty poor way to one Iota. dept.
encourage patriotism: and a
mighty effective way to encourage This nation In one way or another
rebellion.. When President has made many such gestures store
Eisenhower: orders the flags d as our President made, and
the nation to be swung at half- without a ny tangible success.
staff in honor of the passing., of the The Old South that fought at
last Confederate soldier be makesa Gettysburg is still fighting now
studious attempt to gesture la at Washington. against the Supreme ;:fiiNO

behalf of reorMiciIllation: among > Court and Constitution.One .
the divided elements of the na must be naive Indeed not
tion. But this writer holds that he to see t he connections between
could have made a less humiliating i the open rebellion against the nation
gesture than he really made. and the open rebellion I MONEY i DOWN

And if President Eisenhower against the Supreme Court which
thinks the South will In the least the Old South is prosecuting with

be placated by his soothing words such vigor at the present time. '*.
he does not know his stuff, and The Old South is still in rebellion -

be Mr.does Eisenhower not know the discloses South. a knows It whether or not.Mr. Eisenhower tqike many month* to pay! ...

supremely grave naivete when hesays
: Tbe wounds of the deep

and divided bitter our dispute nation which have once long Don't Fret Fight! iwygU''" '---'.:. '. / .',-. '. '" -_ -.'f ,- -. -. ;.;- ',. ; _].-w,:.,-"."::,; *- :/' -. -

since been healed and a united Join The NAACP *Qi4M": e
America In a divided world now | .



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Nursing,Class SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1960 PAGE 11

Birmingham Buses are The new Practical Nursing
...... .
class at Northwestern Senior High ''-' -4\ ,. r -4l {1 l r 'r'r r u u ,
School will begin Monday Feb.

19. FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE
Now Integrated The nursing program Is accredited
.,. by the Florida state Boardof
Nursing. Graduates of the
-- pro.
BU hW GHAhIi. Ala. (ANP) gram arc eligible to take the licensing
Uft'tnpN are la* examination those who JOHNSON OF MIAMI
DON'T ATTEND tecraunc public buses and encountering pass the examination successfullywill
PRIVATE no dtlicully, the Rer. become Licensed Practical
)'fd 1*. gtuiulesworta, presideni Nurses.
SCHOOLS PUPILS of the Alabama Cnnstian slOTt- A&plicants will be Interviewed Dinner Parties Weddings Passport
meat for Hunan Rights stated on Thursdays between 9-12 coon
aDd 1-= For further information
TOLD axis week. pjn.
Horn Movies Pictures
call PL 4-5491. Baby a Specialty

FARMV1LLE, Va. (ANP) Ills announcement was made
After Negro pupils shut out by after a mats meeunf oi AC Ma Chicago Writers To 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294DRIVER'SLICENSEI
teiregatioiusts in Prince Edward at wtucn man? XMcroes wAd otndloc
County were advised by the anjrwncce oa buses. in ail Honor Ernie
NAACP NOT to attend the private parts at the cu..,. Almost 600 per Banks FoxCHICAGO .---4.-4-.. .1 .//I 14t- "" ,. .. ,.-4t-o---<
schools being planned for ons presaot voted to 1Da'.M1Du&neCi ,
them by .whites a prominent local tnc riding. IWhicA loi-
(ANP Ernie
) -
owed a three-year campaign by
Negro minister expressed: the Banks the National League most
.aeu oraanlutioA..HANDa
new tnat the students will heed valuable player and RBI king
the advice of their own leaders. !
OFF ORDER head a list of baseball stars who
The advice against attending TO POLICE will be honored at the 20th annual -,
the schools came from Roy Wii- '
diamond dinner
of the Chicago

kin of New York executive secretary Son rvorts made at the Baseball Writer at the! BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
of the NAACP and Oliver meeting indicated that police Palmer House here Jan. 17. lie'
W. Hill of Richmond chief ooua- cave orders not to uterine wilfi.icgroea will be honored along with Nellie O'BERRY'SMAGIC
tel for the Virginia branch of the who sit in the front part Fox of the White Sox who
association at a Christmas party ol tae buMS. This makes it enarety won the MVP award in the
for the county's 1,700 schooless a matter bet A'eea the bus American League. CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
Negro children. company and the riders the Rev.
dhuiuesworth Mud lIe also notedthat The slugging Chicago Cubs FR 4-7756
The view wu expressed: by the signs designating segrccsted shortstop and Fox each will receive
1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
L. F. Griffin
Rev. of
ramvlllt
seats have been removed Irani an award u Chicago's
who said he thought the majority many buses.Heads player of t he year. They will be
of the Negro children In the among: six honored guests to be!,
county had decided not to gt> to cited at the dinner The ethers
the private schools even before Interracial are Robin Roberts Hank Bauer,
they were advised by the NAACP Glen Hobble and Jfanmie Dykes.
leaders. Said Rev Griffin: -Tv OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
been among people and they just Ministerial Alliance Banks is a two-time winner of
don't want private schools." the MVP sward having won It In
Wilkins and Hill told the GREENSBORO, N.C. (ANP) 19SS.May. SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
children they should continue The 160-macho Greensboro, PSYCHIC READER
thfouAcbt for Integrated public Ministerial Fellowship this week I ---------
installed Rev. C. W. Anderson "
schools. your yrr b. ODe of
Negro and White pupils were Negro pastor of United institutional
left without schools when the baptist Church as pret.idecL Harmony, Melody And

County Board of Supervisors decided The Fellowship comprised Rhythm at The,
to ckwe the public schools more than 190 white ministers ol
rather than bow to a federal all denominations and about 30
Fine Arts
court desegregation order. Negroes. Dr. Anderson is reportedly r
first of his race to be so
Jio
ever, later, a corporation ConservatoryLiberty
was formed to provide private honored.

schools for White children but Prior to coming: here Dr. Anderson CIty YMCA aDdTot' r
the Negro pupils were left
paitored ML Pleasant
Town Richmond tigta.
stranded Baptist Church, C, ,
But recently a chartered. corporation First Baptist Cb ugh. Dallas, N
of White residents announced C. and the First Baptist of Ashal
plans to set up privskchools born N.C. Registration on January 9
for the Negro pupils. 10 2 pas.Reaatve .
Ik was called to his Greensboro -
charge la IMf when the t. put your talented

METROPOLITANIfc church was worshipping. I in aramshackle s-114 In lie Hafttful' ,.... through
protn
frame building. witha IX mj you ol Kspwieac guide and ion
congregation: numbering slightly .--------..._-- ------- Ufa a* a Uftlhtfure gvidca* .w, la a scornW1UUC
over: 100 members. Under Dr.
/ /nsvrijce/ C. Anderson leadership the church OT11K1U FAIL YOU MICR ..IA

has erected aa edizic valued at J. B. SMITH For Success In Business And Lor
THE LARGEST INSURANCE more than $300.000, and the con-
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S You can now baY. your homo mad happyGet
now offers you a complete with building churches at Dallas S and Hold the position you so long wanted
and Asbeboro. The church recently
line of insurances built a new parish house Electrical Contractor a Don't Stay w the rut, get out now

.i LIFE at a cost of $50.000 and plans HOU3EWIR1NG By the help of God aho can help you
erection of a $100,000 Education
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA the victim of an automobile accident eiae.. Burial In Evergreen.Mr. .
lie is survived by his wife; Rowe was a member of the

PAGE 12 SATURDAY JANUARY 9, 1960 DEATHSFrancis three children mother, four sisters graduating class of Booker T.
I three brothers..Funeral services Washington High of 1954.Wfcriberly .
conducted Thursday Jan

7 at 1 pjn. at St. James AM : Johnson of 1305 NW

Church, Rev. Turner, assistant 70th st_ died In Jackson Hospital
CARDSMEMORIALSCARD -
< pastor officiating. Interment In on Jan. 6. He Is survived by his

Funeral services for Manos Lincoln. "' widow. Amy. He will lie in repose -
..-. William of 433 fiVf 7ta st, apt. at the chapel: on Friday,

THANKS CARD OF THANKS 5, who died Dec. 22 were held on Jan. 8,,beginning at noon and will
- OF Tuesday at 1 pan. in the chapelMr. Range be tent Friday night to Milan

Wuliams bad resided here Gi. where final rites will be conducted -
The family of the late. Mrs. Catherine Hall takes this Mrs. Mary Notable Goodman of .
for the 48 Interment
I MRS. JANE ROBERTS method of caressing thanks and (past years. 6132 NW 17th ave; died at her
in Lvergreen Cemet.ef7.ServicH
who died on Christmas Eve atC appreciation to her many friends was residence on Dec 31 following an INFANT DEATHS
Deerlieid Beach and was buriedon in Miami. for their courtesies and extended period of Illness. Mrs. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie J.
for Mrs. Jane Dean of
Jan. 3, wish to thank their sympathy' during her bereave- Goodman will be remembered Jenkins of 1070 NW 62nd it, died
12130 SW 218th Goulds who
many friends for telegrams, ment, caused by the death of her at. among the pioneer citizens of in Jackson Hospital. Chapel services
Dec. 25 Kendall
1 cards floral pieces and other tokens father, Mr. William Fernandez on ala en at the Liberty City, having lived in theimmediate were conducted on Jan. 6.
of sympathy during their Dec. 6 at West Palm Beach. Hospital, mere heed at 11 aon. on area for the pat 40 Burial In Lincoln.

bereavement. May the Lord bless and keep Tuesday in the chapel with Rev. years. She came here from her

Special thanks to Pastor Wells Aaron D. Hall otliciating. Surviving home In Eleuthera, Bahamas. She Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

a and members of the Church of you.Mrs.. Catherine Hall Dght are a sister, a niece, two became the mother of Mt. Tabor John H. Daniels of 1281 NW Slit

God and to the Puttier Funeral nephews. Interment in Evergreen. Baptist church and was actively st.. died at Mt. Sinai Hospital on

J H<.me. May the Lord bless you. IN MEMORIAMIn engaged until her illness. She is Jan. 1.. Graveside services were
Patrick Holmes who resided at
Benjamin Roberts, husband survived by a foster daughter, conducted' en Thursday.Son .
13V NW 14th st died on Dec. 28,
The Family Mrs. Ida Randolph two n pbewt
,
sad but loving of
memory was chirped to Guy ton, Ga. for
u James Goodman and Otis Higgs. of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
our dear father services and burial Survivors include
She Is now lying in repose at ber Jlodoson of 3365 NW 213th tart.
ath CARD OF THANKS his mother. home and services: will be con died at Variety Children's Hospital -

at ducted at Mt Tabor Baptist on Jan. 5. Chacl services
Services and burial for Johnnie
h The family of the late, Church this afternoon at 3 pm. Jan. 8. Burial In Lincoln.
Prizzie of 21 Chambers
Quarters,
EVERETT LUCENE BUTLER Burial in Lincoln.
SIO Princeton, who was killed on
take this method of
expressing
Dec. U in Princeton held
will be PRIVATEINVESTIGATIONS
a7) their sincere thanks to the many Mrs. Mary Ellen Potter of 1200
Jan. 7 with interment Dade
on at NW 66th st died in Jackson Hospital
P persons, organizations and friends
woo so graciously aided them County Cemetery.Funeral on Jan. 1. Survivors includeher
Results don't
during their bereavement. husband Thomas a daughter, or you pay

I. We extend special thanks to F services for Harry Almeda' McBride, a grand child,
& Walker of 355 NW 11th ALL STATES
at, apt.
the M. S. Allen Funeral Home four sisters five brothers.
t.I 1 mho died while
and staff the Rev. Father Theodore working on Funeral) services will be conducted DETECTIVE BUREAU
R 1 Dec 31 held Jan. 6 in
was the
Gibson, the Daughter Elks on Saturday, Jan. I 9 at 1
11 of Antlers Temple. Alpha Phi chapel lie is survived by his pm. at Mt Calvary Baptist 24 Hour Service
r wife and mother.
a Alpha fraternity. the Dorsey Jr <_. be held in Evergreen.Interment will Church with the pastor. Rev. G. 46 N.W. lat St.
. High faculty and the many others Tarpley officiating. Burial in
whose cards and flowers Ever given.Mrs. .
ti Funeral Alonxo Lee FR 3-5769
: for
served greatly in helping, to console
Allen of 1906 NW 6th who
these sorrowful times court Leola Cheever' of 204 NW J30
died Dec 29 in Ga.
a The Family Fitzgerald 2nd sU Collier City died at Provident

a Mrs EUean Butler, mother 2:30 were conducted Wednesday at ( Hospital, Ft Lauderdale, on I
at Ebenezer
a Mrs. Vera Wilson, aunt pjn Methodist Jan. 2. She it survived by her
Johnson uncle Church with Rev. A. D. Hall officiating. GRAY HAIR WANTEDMAN
Reginald father, Grant Lee of Nazarene.and .
j Survivors include lour
two sons Services will be
f children, three sisters, a brother, OR WOMAN
conducted at St. James AMZ
CARD OF THANKS an aunt and an uncle. New you can look 20 year
Church on Jan. I 9 at 3 pm. Rev.
e Interment was in Evergreen. IL Me.NVal Harris will officiate. younger
.. The family of the late, SAMUEL FOWLER Burial in Lincoln. With Science' Newest Discovery
a MILS. ELSAIDA I. GARDNER who departed this life Jan, 3,,
and 1968. he rest In House of Albert EGYPTIAN POMADE
r wish to thank each everyonefar May peace. John Allen of 4837 NW 26th ave.

I their kindness shown to. us Nora Ferguson daughter died at his residence on Jan. 3. My good l' to gray hair, with
a during our bereavement Wet Leonard Fowler, son Service* fur Sarah Levurn Lee He Is survived by his widow ) )S. new fragrant pomade with la no.
want to especially thank the Kehrese Rahmlngs, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommie
Beatrice Allen a and daug- lln. Apply simply as your regular
S. D. A. Leona Jordon Lee uf 2235 NW 71st at. who son
! members of the Bethany daughter ter and other relative Chapel i> halrdreaaing. Cray hairs disappear
r: Church and Eider Rock for making Irena Williams, daughter died in Jackson Hospital. Dec. 27 '' gradually Leaves hair
ervtce were conducted' Wed- beautifully
our sad hour more comfoz1i Bertram Fowler, son were held Dec. 31 at 10.30 ass in on oft and
nesday. lustroua. Will not streak
ab,.. May God bless all of you Grandchildren and other the chapel with burial In Lin I, or rub off.
fer each I kind word that was said relatives coln.
Johnnie """::
e Lee Rowe of 6302 NW
A.tunithi
deed that done Special offer. ad with
or was
I Herbert Long, Dght George ngrah-arn of 441 NW 14th ct, died in Jackson 12M for full results
I And Family IN MEMORIAMIn 7th at. apt 16 died suddenly at nil hospital Jan 3 He Is JoIano-l I
f his hune Dec 30. lie is survived ed by his parents Mr EGYPTIAN PRODUCTS

L loving memory of our dear by his wife; a son, a daughter, Joseph Rowe three sisters a
} Thank You husband and father tour brothers a sister and uncle. brother and a grandmother. Su- 8163 N.E. 2nd Ave.
I
vices will be conducted at New
Funeral
services will be conducted
Miami
a The family of the late. Jan. I 9 at 10 am. in the chapel Hope Baptist Church on Jan. I 9 38, Florida

e MRS. MADELYN FLOWERS with Rev. Aaron Hall oUk1at1 at 4 p.m. Rev E. Brown will of

who departed this hie on Dec. 23, lie will lie in repose in the
t 1939, wish to express their thanks chapel from 1 p.m. Friday until
\ to their many friends and relatives funeral time. Interment will be THE ONLY TRUE DREAM BOOK
c for their kind deeds, can in Lincoln.

I J and condolences during their bereavement Gale Theresa of 2360 NW "He OH 'Mlm" Drum ink

Special thanks to Rev. Aaron 74th terrace, died in Jackson

I D. Hall and tits congregation fort Ika2::al Dec. 30. Graveside services THE POWER OF PRAYER

their fine service were held Jan. S at 11 am.
Also to Rev. E. A. Culmer and in Lincoln Park. Survivors are
I members of St Jda.rW Id.e her parvnU Mr. and Mrs. Clarence This little book tells you

Curd to the staff of the flanger June, two sisters and two what to do if you have

Funeral Home for their outstanding 11 brothers faith in the bible.
service.

; Benjamin Ralph Bertram Mrs Doru ar.PatJe y Nock a This book should be in
Flower, tuna visitor from Virginia and "ho
t
a Mrs. lUrna, Adderly, Dtfht was the victim 4 an automobile every home. Get this book \ i' (;

1 Mrs. Elizabeth Saunders DgtMm. accident on Doc 31, was seat to at your neighborhood drug i r'

S Bertha Rolle. Dght Wardtown. Va. Jan 3 where store eMail 13
I Mrs. Ruby WotxUide, Dght funeral trrvrcv and burial will
2 grandcnildren, 41 great !f be conducted.
I grandchildren Money Order tot

L c Rev. James It. Smith brother Funeral service for David Mc I THE "OLD INDIAN" PRODUCTSP.

I: Mrs. Eliza Clean sister Coy,, fopularly known as "Boy-
sic" who lived at 16584 NW 6th O. Box 47901 Miami Florida

IN MEMORIAM rout and who died on New Year'.
t GEORGE M. BROWN Day will be conducted Saturday,
t who departed this life Jan. 8, Jan. 9 at ::30 pjn. in the chapel ,
of dear
In our
t loving memory 1958.
Rev. P D Dnnt1
7. pastor of
t husband and father "When ou r heads are bowed with brad Bethel Church officiating
HOLTS
JOSEPH T.

a who departed this life January 7, When woe.our bitter tears overflow, assisted. lie by will Rev lie In Alone repose Standfield. in the-!

a 1959.a When we mourn the lost chapel from 12 noon Friday until I I FOR RENT or FOR SALE
There is a long and winding road The dear Jesus son of Mary funeral time. He is survived by

c Along which each must go hear." his wife, mother. Mrs. Sadie
a It leads beyond the ilills of Time Mrs. Lovina Brown wife Zanders; a sister. Mrs. Lucille

4 Into the sunset glow 2 daughters 7 daughters-in- Frailer a brother Burial in Lincoln. RAND HEW DUPLEX HOMES
But only for a little while law .

I Our loved ones leave our sight 8 sons, 2 sons-in-law. 17 -_

For wait Just beyond the hills they grand grandchildren children 2 great terrace Paul Gilchrist died on New of 1285.Years NW Eve.list 2-Bedroom, 1 bath in each side

In God's Eternal Light

The Loving Family Built-in Oven, Stove & Heating


IN MEMORIAM I
10370 &
10380 S.W. 173rd St.

In memory of our beloved

mother the late.GERTRUDE. DAVIS In Perrine -


who departed this life Jan. I,

1937. Open For Inspection at All Times
How can we cease to pray for
theefSomewhere --...-. i .. -
in Cora great universe ---a:. -
thou art today. For Information Call

O true brave heart! God bless
thee, wbereWer D. & H. CONSTRUCTION CO.

In God's great universe thou art

today! HI 8-1119

John Davis, SOD LCSTOI C A1KXT fui-rol Dtoccfev
Jane D. Lewis, daughter
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LEGAL'NOTICE I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA "

NOTICE UNDER NAME LAW FICTITITOU8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1960 PAGE 13

Notice Is hereby given that t he ,

undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious Gives Program For Do You Like
name of GRADVS SERVICE
STATION BODY AND FENDER Youth Hall InmatesThe Good Singing?
SHOP 541 N.W. 20th St.., Miami
Florid, intends to register t he Dade County Council for There will be a singing Gospel
I said name with the Clerk of the Youth presented a Christmas and song at the Church of God
t Circuit Court of Dade County. program for the children at Youth of Prophecy Tuesday night, Jan.
1U11wkh the
Fla. children
were 12. 11th Terrace and 5th ave. Thepublic
Grady V. Olp on. Owner greatly Inspired. The children received is cordially Invited AU
J30 gifts which made their
faces singing groups are Invited. The
light and
up withJ01' gladness visit will be returned
A nice lady roomer in nkLiberty Have property and buildings at by the
aty Jlom 5710 NW 19th suitable for Medical Clinic. Excellent Notice Under Ficttttou Highlights of the program were: sponsor any time you call him.
NE 4-8493. Miss Ruth Bishop Henry Curtis
ave. location Shown by appointment Name Bradley singing O District Overseer
"
Holy Night, accompanied by
FOR SALE Call owner, phone Notice Is hereby given that the Mrs. Rachel Pratt. Mrs. Vera Bishop R. B. Davis pastor
NE 52888. Fe
undersigned to
desiring engage Thompson beautifully told the
Dry Cleaning and Laundry In business under the fictitious story of Chrl.stml"In.. Josle Spry' Beauty
business. rood location H4 NW FOR LEASECOMR.ETE name oftALAND Roberts furnished music for the Salon
14th ft After 230 p-m. lad DOB'S LUNCHEONETTE occasion. Other participants were Offering
modern
EQUIPPED at 1028 N.W. 3rd Avenue Eugene Clapp, R. Marshall aDd
restaurant dolor shod business In Hair coloring, facial! manicuring
B. Taylor.
1798 NW 79th street Refrigerator MIami. Fla Intend to register
food location. Call OX 13874. The electric' treatment' for hair
committee activities for
on
$.15; gas stove $23; electric the said name with the Clerk of
stove $35. PL 48012. Indf the Circuit Court of Dade County the Dade County Children's In Its new Beauty Preparation
WANTEDHELP Florida. Hcme In Kendall headed by Mrs.R. Room of Operation.
Rrtoert Randolph and Pratt entertained the boys A reception room for men to
Coca-Cola softdrink box with WANTEDOPPORTUNITIES Allen Glln"WDf'I and girls with singing! recitingand alt. read relax and wait for their
bkrrer almost $123. for
new. Variety Negro men
mitfic. They left' cookies and wives.
Record Shop etOO NW 15th are and women' Y Christmas stockings with candy Mothers' bring your babies are
learn. Phone FR 41561. J16
for have for thorn to rest
NOTICE UNDER the children's Christmas a place
FICTITIOUS
ELECTRIC STOVE. $20. 3128 NW party through the courtesy of the while you are getting pretty.
45th st NAME LAW Mt. Calvary Jr. Matrons Societyof Three experienced" beauticians
Notice Is hereby given that the Miami Mrs. Clara Love, president wanted 1403 l'3nt' ave, phone
Two twin beds $10; complete Auto For Sale undersigned desiring to fftl'lrtIn and the Jr. Matrons Society FR 4.5913 or WI 70009.
headboard 2 burner oil store, the business of distributing of Antioch Baptist Church.
never used $5.00; 2 burner kerosene Negro publications under the fictitious Mrs. E. Espy Johnson Pres. Christmas Servicesat
heater $10. one hldeabedcastro 1950 Cadillac 4-door sedan. name of COMMUNITY Mrs Marie Price, chairman I
convertible $20; nags 9x12, NEWS AGENCY at 1618 NW 57th jirncraiii committee I Sweeting's Estate
In 1! ct e.p. 2331 NW Mth st, OX Doctor's car. One owner. Terrace Miami, Florida Intendsto Mrs. Trudy Donovan :
6-0738. I register the said name with chairman holiday committee Christmas morning service on
Excellent mechanical condi the Clerk of the Circuit Court of J. Simmons and Mrs. L. If the Sheeting's estate was largely'
2-BEDROOM HOUSE Can be Dade County Fla. PortJ<
wen an day Sunday or Tuesday tion. Good $400 C Gaylord Rolle .... ..... .., -I IBroward delivered by the Rer. A. W.
or call NE 3-8997 on these day appearance. Sylvia E. Rolle, OwnersD26. i Williams of Fort Lauderdale.
All other days call after 7
A nice buy. pjm. Phone UN 62584. 12, 9, It Music was rendered by the Oil-
lard High School chorus.
Before the dose of the service

FOR RENT Do You Have a County Dr tweeting appeared In the re-
Hglous procession to the rostrum
LUCILLE'S Drinking: Problem? Newsy with a special message. Ha appealed -

PARTLY FURNISHED i-4w4. Dresamaklno. for peace for our troubled
Millinery ALCOHOLICS
room nous* and 1-room apt needed.Dr .
world which is ao badly
Near bus line tad school Phone AKeratlene ANONYMOUSCAN
for all
is asking
Oxo5. DCDI All Work Guaranteed HELP YOU I Walter Btwa I- religious Swelling groups all over the

1 At 2 BEDROOM APT. furnishedor 620 N.W. 8th St., Apt. 5 No dues or fees .-.. world to pray far peace, unity
and strength.Dr. .
unfurnished. All modern.
Adult phone MU 1-0323. 729 Phone FR 1.9378 PHONE The CWH Chatnlwr' of Cnmmerce Sweeting I* known as one
NW 55th Terr. FR 9-0282 will meet Monday. Jan. 11. of the world's greatest reHf4ousteadvrs.
830 pm. at the Carver Lounge He went Into the city

Upper apartment Location 418 OX 1.1278 Motel All nwYnbcrs are asked top."l and county Jail, accompanied<< by
NW 8th st Furnished or unfurnished be J. T. Dunn president.A Rev A. W. Williams and others
and spoke to the Inmates of both
Mrs. E.
C. Bowman. 1-BedroomAPARTMENT dinner will be then by Mrs.FVwton jails and delivered religious literature -
and Mrs Harrison at the all He also went to
ONT: BEDROOM APT. Furnished to
home of Mrs, Hasten at I9lt st Provident with the
OX the Hospital
Call 14314. I
Jan. from 12
10
Ojus Sunday
Rev Williams' where he gave all
unt 19 Thl Is for the benefit of
FURNISIfED ROOMS. All modern the patients gifts and offered
Quiet Building St Ann's Organ Fund The pub-
conveniences near down. HONESFORSALE lie Is invited. prayer for the sick and shut-Ins.
ten*'n, parkin, call FR 3-9327 or Dr Sweeting takes this method .
apply 721 NW 8th ave. No Children Mr and Mrs. Frank Calhounand to say thanks to the City Police

grand daurhter were house and the sheriff departmentfor
NEWLY DECORATED duplexapt. Good Tenant Only guests of Mr and Mrs. Alfred handling the parade in sucha
.. furnbbed. 1 bedroom hot Bryant Mr Calhoun .is the father lovely way fly their cooperation
water wall heater yard call FR 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave. of Mrs Bryant and the trio we were able to help thousands
4-4234, after 7 NE 4-1087. live In Lakeland. They expresseda of children receive their
J16 1, very enjoyable stay during the Christmas gifts from Santa
holidays. Claus" that were carried aroundby
FURNISHED front roam fer rent the Rlverbond Vehmteer
In Coconut Grove Fee your new* Hems eH Walter
Private home In Edison Center Fire Fighters Department
Inquire 790 NW Nth st REDUCE! Bowe. YU '."13 or brine The gifts and the Santa Claus
Trim aft unwanted Incnee and them", to 4444 SW 17th ft.. West were furnished by Dr Swccttag,
NICE CLEAN ROOMS downtown. regal the youthful figure yawdtalre. I 3341 Fla. Avenue IfeMywond.Don't. founder of the Sweeting's Foundation

$7.00 and up. Call PL 4-6408 or ----- -- FuAd.HOMES.
PR 99310. WEIGHT CONTROL 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, oak

CHARM AND POISE Fret Fisht!
NICE ROOM Furnished. 2114 floors.
NW Seth .t, NE 5-2832. Call Mrs. Evelyn Tines Join Th NAACP FOR SALE

NA 1.0470 OX 1.9710
FURNISHED ROOM for rent in I eI i Th... art the beet buys In the
quiet home. 2161 NW Mth St.. EASY METHOD SCHOOLOF New Orchard Villa area. Primes
NE 4-5025. CHARM ANDREDUCING I 3331 Fla. Avenue FOR RENT and terms reduced' far yen intin.
ta gel your Hemestead Es.
Efficiency cot tare. ,Werkingccvple 13 Efficiency Apt. All frivate bath, 'ptlott-CALL NOW.
6888 N.W. 15th Ave. bedrooms, 1 bath, oakfloors.
or grog!. person. Can be kitchen entrance quiet far 1 or
Weft at 1120 NW Nth ages call J30 ..e 2 peotle Furnfched or unfurrvkh- BEAUTIFUL CORNER HOME
PL 1-9054. ed. Why board and watt to R' Naar Orchard'VIHa Sce.l! i.btd.

to the bathroom Hat water fur. room, carport and a yard like a
nfefeed $11 week park. Law dawn payment ...

5238 N.W. 24th Court PHA farms.

BIG REDUCTION! SALE 3311 Fla. Avenue NEWLY DECORATED COt

140 N.W. S7th .t Opa. Saturday
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, corner, 2-Bedroom House and Sunday. S.. this nka
lint water furnkhed H block to hone. Last *na In this nice .*..
Everything MUST be Sold landscaped lot.Terra..o. school. No street crossing fr the lion S badraam. an ,......, tot

Hdren. CBS. newly painted. low FHA terms.
30% to 50% offS floors 117.50 week.
DAY NURSERY N.W.
5238 N.W. 24th Court Price reduced.
Kindergarten.
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Owner wants .".r. Must ba said

now, call ma an lhlo far a jaad

So Come One Come Allcifr ALL OPEN FOR Bedroom Apt. daal "'.. Fully equipped and
Kitchen furnkhed Screened ready t. make money,
INSPECTIONSAT.
tvwrh SIS week Newly painted ONLY $ItS DOWN

& SUN. Ht water furnished. New N.W. fttth St. area. Vary
2345 N.W. 56th Street nice 2 bedroom with Florida

IAX RATE For Information Call room. Could ba used aa thirdb.d..o"
Near bus and achaala.

These are in quiet neighborhood
2 Nice Lots ,In Lincoln City. Alee
5 & 10 CENT STORE D. &H.Conttructlon. Ne kids yetting and messing up ana nice lot in Carver Raftd\...
place. All have yards ad parking Law prka.
Co. No sleefdea days or nlgfct See
911 N.W. 2nd Avenue them and then call Call E. Harry Denny


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Bethel! Apottollc Temple Rev. E. M. Thomas, patter
I Phyllis Myers, reporter
Mrs. Bime-fca Green reporter
It.?. P. W. Wmiama, pastorSunday .. Sunday School ................ 8:43
School .......- ,WJ Morals; Worship 11:00
Mornlnf worship 11GO 3. T. u. __-_-_--__-___---. WOCveninf
BYPUEvenlnf 1:10 Worship ............ 7o0

.. ..... Too
worship .M.
6U. M. James if IUD very ilL

y meta u'cc Matthew Temple AMEZ We fo are and asking see her.all the membersto

; 1828 N.W. 8th Ave.
Last Sunday as you know was
vgg fs$
Sunday School ..- :
the first Sunday in the and
Morning. worship ___-_.. .. 11:0( both year
preached
I Evenlnf worship ............ TOO our and pastor night and both sermons mornlnf

TRINITY C. M. E. were wonderfuL

I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 2014) N.W. 8th Coast ST. FRANCIS XAVIER _

W. V. Geary, minister MORNING STAR BAPTIST
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1960BAHA'I Church School ... 031tfornlnf N.W. 4th Ave. and "th Terr.

worship ........._ IIMEvening Phone FR ''-I at 314 NW 23rd Street

worship _______ ,: I Dally _, I LID Sister Sadie EUK reporter

ASSEMBLY GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. MT. ZION A. M. E. Sunday ...-r.. 7 ajn. & 130 an Sunday School .., .......-. 93:0

Irvlnf Goldstein former chairman William F. Savoy pastor Morning service .. ........... 1130
of public relations in Kings 14th Are. and 69th street 22nd Are. Corner 152nd St. BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST BTU .-- 5:30

t County, N.Y.. and Commander of lunday School ......... i .... MO Opa Locka Evening service 740
the Jewish" War Veterans fa Morning Service ... 11:00 Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor S74S N.W. 41th Street are welcome.

I Brooklyn, will lead the discussion Westminster Fellowship _... 6.-00 Sunday School ............... 93t: Rev. E. D. Richardson pastor
1 at the Bahal Center 137 NW llth Morning Worship ..........._. 11SXearue I Annie Pratt, reporter
s ST. JAMES A. M. E.
are. 7 pjn. Sunday, Jan. 10. His MT. AARON BAPTIST < _. SAC Sunday 'schoolr tHMomnt :
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subject will be -Equality Between freninf Worship .........-.. T worship 11:00 Rev. H. McNeal11aMa, pastor

a as Men and Women. Everyone 6410 N.W. ISth Avenue Evenlnf worship ...........,. 738 Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter
Is cordially Invited to participate Rev c. W. Scott pastor ST. MARY'S W. M. Sunday School _.r.._. 930

In this discussion. Dea. Carl Colden clerk KELLY'S CHAPEL .......... 11:00A.
I Sunday School ..,.....,.. ...... 940 Rev. E. A. Culmer. pastor Morning Worship
Morning Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter C. E. League .." 330
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Worship 11:00 5:00: Sunday School: .............. S34:: I Esther Rev Leroy McNeil Dell reporter pastor Evening Worship ........... 7:00

1s Her. C. J. Burney pastor Wining Worship _____ ,::00 Morning worship 11:00 I Sunday School t2!

t Claudia Wilson, reporter Taper meeting Tuesday 8:00: Evening wrsshlo ....r...... TlO Morning worsrlp ............ 11:00 ANTIOCH BAPTIST
1 Sunday School ........ ......, 930 I M. T. F. 400oMlpEreuing
Rev. O. W. Foster,
I Morning worship ........._... 11:00 SALTER'S CHAPELRev Sunday School was opened by paator
the rr ........... 730 A. L. Johnson, reporter
Supt, Mrs. 3(. Worthy. Devotional
i evening worship .. .... .... TOO II. J. Benson pastor
classes took their respective Sunday School .u 9:43
I We were blessed to hart tea Ruth Twits, reporter places with their teachers at TRIUMPH CHURCH i Morning Servkc ________ 11.00
a to connect with the church: SunI Sunday School -__ 840 their posts. A short review' of the Prince H. BTU! .. 1:30
day. There are members out of Morning worship ..., ,..11:00 lesson by the superintendent Mies Mobky. pastor Evening: worship ________ ,.
town ACE League .,....,.. ....... 830 Carol Paul! Sis. C. McKlnney, reporter
on various occasions and acting secretary.
I Evenlnf worship .... TOO School of Wisdom ....,....... IQcttEveninf
many are sick. Let us continue In ST. PAUL A. M. E.
1 Morning worship was led by service. ___-__ ...... S.-00
for them.CORINTH
I prayer Sunday was Holy Communion the pastor. Love Feast and testimonial YP.E.Band1:3, 0 Rev J D. Washington. pastor
f BAPTIST Day. Everybody teemed to be ina service. It eras e haUeJu- Tuesday and Friday _. 9M 11th SL and 4th Court
glorious mood with the spirit Jah spiritual and glorious time. Sunday School ,:3,

Rev. W T. Thomas pastor runninf! high thanking and prala- Everyone was on one accord.: It BETHANY BAPTIST Morning worship ....... 11**
Phone NE 11SJII tnr Cod for sparing their lives to was like in olden days songs 01 ACE League ... ...-..< 338Evenlnf
S07S N.W. 43th SL
Sunday School __________ WO see another year.The years ago. Both choirs rendered Rev. ) worship ......... 7:00
Rudy ICeaton.
Morning worship ........ L.. 1140Evealnc morning de- music. No. 1 Junior ushers served pastor
: ... ... .. estate was Marjorle Shelby, reporterSunday ------- -
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I worship 730 layered by the castor and was School .,.......... .., WOMornlnf
I and successful' pastor enjoyed by all. The Lard's Sup Evening devotion was led by worship 11:00
Come and
hear
a cospel preacher per was administered' by the the pastor. lie preached from Xzodus BTU 0 O LOTS FOR SALE

SPIRITUAL pastor and hU pulpit associates:: 14, theme "My Presence will Evealfwr worship ....... 7:00: Corner 110 x 110
MISSIONARY Rev. C. II. Wilson and Rev. A. fo with you and I will give yoj: Build lot
on
; 10250 S.W. 178th St. Gallon rest"' Holy Communion was administered TEMPLE BAPTIST jour

Perrtne, Florida At 7 pin the pastor delivered! blessed.and everyone was Rev, L. A. Thornpano. pastor or mine
spiritually No. 1 choir
We do hope that the year 1980 the messafe.' I No. 2 choir and male chorus furnished Sunday School ........ 1:2.: We take care of financingNO
Morning worship .._...... UOt
will brine for our members and We are hairy that Bro. Samuel music swath Mrs. McFord
BTU MONEY DOWN
friends happiness and prosperity! ; Glenn is much Improved and is at the organ. Both usher boards .1:3:
Evening worshio __________ 1109
and that the Lord reigns home served. The church
t supreme spin from the ML Sinai u a whole Cash paid for your Iota of
r ly In the hearts and souls of the hovitaL Is still praying for our side hereand The Rev J. A. Butler. DUT

human family. Choir No. I and when No. 1 elsewhere. tract Missionary of Atlantic Oe-st homeSEYMOUR

Next Sunday morning the pastor rendered service for the day. Baptist Association, win pay his
I
will deliver the message and official visit at BARON
Temple and will
at night' the sermon win be ST. JAMES BAPTIST Zion Hope M. BaptistRev. be the preacher at the 11 am.

I preached by Rev. Joseph Smith Paul Freeman pastor service. A resident' of Boynton, JE 8'1340
the senior 323 N.W. 14th
StJ"ft'tR"
J the district Missionary of J. I_ 1710 N.W. 69th SL and 17th An.SuDct.y the Rev Butler is an Inspiring LIceftM4 and 'Insured Builder
Atlantic Coast Brptlst>> As_ Johnson pastor
speaker with
sedation of which the Rev. Z_ A Sunday School ,................ "Q School 3Mornlnf 0 is invited.a raesaafe. The public

I Thomrfon is moderator. Rev, Morning Worship "______, 1 1:00 Service 116
Bro. Smith will be making his B. T. U. 830 BTU *: 0Evenlnf The number 2 choir. Mrs. Miriam KaP IIAla ....

official visit with us. Evening Worship ,.....,,,....,, 730 Service' + t:00 Hepburn, president and i'COINGACK'
Visitors are always welcome (Tuesday night) Brother Charles Ambrose director

Jehovah Prayer MoettntOvereoraing R'0will: celebrate' rts seventh anniversary w...--_-.-..
Witnesses .....- ..,...-K-.-....
Church of The Open DoorDr. with a musical and r YN1Y/1. .''r.KMerr"-IMF
Meet Jan. 8-10 err program Sunday at 3 ...---......---....
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H. C. of the N asmran e --.n--
In McDowell pastor All are invited I1tet'-1 ..........w.w.. -
I dlsrussinf final travel plans A. E. McNeal, reporter 12101 S W 10th St. ;E....erwra.r---
Mr. B.
Crump, cresldlnf minister
Goulds. ""a. )(a.n. Charles McOoud and
of the Miami West concregntlonat Last Sunday was Indeed a very Herbert Mc laIn returned from f
j Jehovah's Witnesses happy day for t he members of Lawrence Reddlek. pastor afi d&: *
"that this stated the church of t he FundAv Sehnol ........_-_.... 1 1CHw. Nassau last week after IPeDdtna'the '
assembly Open Door
of the best should be one for after reeerrlnf and felkrshlppinf Morning warship .... ,..._... 11FvanrelWIc : ChrUtmas holidays with relatives ( D..8 Ic
held. .. .
ever .
He members' Fwr.tr. ....__.. I'MrrlPra..r and friends. '- --- -
said the assembly thf'm.would t at the mornlnf
Bbl! 1:00
service and -- - - - - --
be we are happy to
"Do The Divine WILL announcewe
I and that the convention wool have passed the one hud red I I I
mark In New Testament Naiarene ENROLL NOW IN
commence on Friday Jan. 1 aw membership and with!
I last until Sunday Jan. 10. It is God' help "It does not yet appear >-Ii|I 1S43 N.W lit Court
being held at the Communit]. where shall reach. I J Lawrence ReHdlck, pastor SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
Center" Auditorium in Lakeland. 1 I'
I We are expecting to have Maretl Reddlck. associate
Friday eveninn prorram would t speaker this asue !m4av School .....__ 10i: a Life Long Profession
consist of the public Bible! sneak Faulkner of month Dr.I? Wornln worhloFv __ 11M: +
Chicago the data
Inc clsss and the mlnl try' development Florida'a Oldest Reliable and School
I will be announced through this elrstlc! ;Service ._ IH'tft Complete
J class -fUturdav would patter.Rerular. Wed/ Prayer' and Bible .... ScOO
have some special hlehllrhts. In services 1011 N.W. tad Avenue FR 43993Hlaalafttf
I the afternoon the will be held
baotidnc of
new ministers will)) take place. ium Sunday of the at 11 am. in the auditor St. John'a of Th. Nazarene
a The evening highlight Seventh Day Adventist
would b
*
I the showing of the Watchtower* School. Visitors are always wel 1478 N.W Seth Terrace

I educational film "Divine Wfl come. Lawrence Reddlck.' pastor 4.20SS Free Conauttatto
I International Assembly of Jeho The church twould like as the> Frank Bryant Associate
a vah's Witnesses. new year begins to dedicate this
show how This fiSra wit J poem' that was used on one ofnul' Sunday School 'U.......L--.., .. 10$0 SOUTHERN CLINIC

persons one quarter million church bulletins author un- Morning! worship .. ... .. 11:00 Urinary and Chronic Diseases
I famed Yankee assembled Stadium at New York1 known, to all Greater Miami Evanfelistic service .. ........ .. 3:00
and Polo
Grounds" for eight days. There churches and their members. Church of Transfiguration Haunt 10.4 ZS47 CORAL WAY

persons came from 123 countries THIS IS MY CHURCH Eva. !by Apt. (Hoar nUt Ava.)
and Winds. .. .
fb+iscr..,\
At 3 pin Sunday, Mr. James A This is my church. It is composed 2571 NW. lS2nd Terr. ClM' *. Wed Bus Na. 4 ta door
Thomson Jr, district snnerviso' of people like me. We make Ven. John E. CU'merrlHt
from New York will deliver thw it what It is. I want it to bea in charge
advertised nubile If't"tUff'when church that !sal.rre' to the pathof Stanlev Sweating reoortar

is God's. WIn to be Done on pllcrims. leading them toswlness. 5 erHe.,. every Sunday
Earth' truth and beautv. It M"rnln* Wrrhrp r-i- -Ti .--i t'tft:

This lecture Is free and the will be. It T am. It win be friend Sunday School ........,..... 10:30
public is invited to attend. Iv. if f am. Its news win be filled YALE S. LUNIN CLINIC
if I help fill thorn. It win NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
brine other rooe into its worship
Look, Prayer and fellowship if I brinf 1571 W W Ita..i T..rnf'IP Hours 10 a.m. 1 p.m.
thnn.' R.. F "....* Wrniams pasterI.

Chancres Thintrs It will be the church of loyal Rmd. &t1 ....,,.,......_, lied Evenings S p.m. 8 pjn-Closed Tuesday
Are Yea Lucky Happy' 8uece tv and love cf fearlessness an MIW'9\mr worshIp ........... 110M
suit Send ft4)0 Bill For faith: and church RTU Sic
CRO'a a with a noblesolrlt
Wear er Carry In Pur**. Send If I with rn,ke (it whatIt Evntatf .........to ,...........,, ,:Oft Take baa No. 14

addressed stamped envelope let K am fined with these. I. B. Brown reporter 2237 N.W.
Therefore" with 2nd Street OX MS01I
CROSS, Dpt AM the help of
244 McIntyre Street God. I Shan dedicate myself to
Savannah Ga. the task of being an these. things
Your
that X want my church to be. Vote is Needed

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Freedom's Road Epiphany, the Octave of The SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1960 PAGE 15


Church School .,.............. 930
By RUTH PERRY Solemn High Mass 10:43
..... Confirmation Instruction for MARTIN MEMORIAL AME MT. SINAI BAPTISTD.
----- children ...... Sao
At the end of one year, and tellers, cashiers and clerks in I EYe Meeting ,, 530 Richmond Heights B. reporter
the beginning ct another it is the I I banks. The Solemn Rav. Albert Jones, pastor Rev. S. A.Thomas, pastor
usual custom to review the hap telephone company, Evensong with a Mimi Harris reporter Sunday School ,.,...-....._.. 9J.O
major of sacred
penings in the past and evaluate other institutions department stores and and program the Feast of Ujhts music Sunday School ___________ 830 Morning worship ....,........ 11:00

them. When a decade has 'white employ Negro. ....... Morning worship ........... IWO
ended. collar waters: as tales pea.sonnel Service ... .-.,..,-..- 1:30 p.m.
and another is ACE League ......,........ 430 EBENEZER METHODIST
starting, it seems, and in other In
even more imperative to review I the entertainment capacities.world the The two special features at this Evening wolahip ........... i 7:00
Rev Aaron D. Hall
the and service will be the program ofSacred pastor
past speculate about the Negro hat attained new recognition. Ernestine L. Hambrick.

future. Sometimes when pecple I They play roles In films and as guest music organist with playing Charles several Weir BETHEL BAPTIST Sunday School ...........reporter... ..2.

are working hard and diligently' on the stage that in 1909 seemed organ compositions and the wonderful Morning service .... ...... 11:04
for something they wish to ac- unattainable. More than 100 cols presentation of The Mag.gT Rlcheond>> heights Evening service ,.... .,..,,.._.. '.- -
complish. the future goal seems ored men and women are now Rev. L. R. Roes Pastor
more real than teaching aide and the calling of the twelve Jean E. Scott
current achieve a range of subjects! reporter METROPOLITAN AME
ments. And so. I believe in the In predominantly white colleges. apostles. This will be an Impressive Sunday School ............"; 9JO
work of the NAACP we consider There are more than 400,000 service you must come and Morning service ______ 11:00 Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor

our future hopes and keep young colored' men and women witness It. BTU __-- _-_-_-______-__. 5JO Sunday School .... ............ 93:0
pre sing ahead so strongly that enrolled in the colleges and universities GUEST ORGANISTMr. Evening service ............... 7:00 Morning worship _______ ll.-OO

maybe we overlook our very real in the country. Evening worship ............, 7:00
achievements' in the present and Charles Weir will be the
past PROGRESS guest organist at the Solemn IfJgh ANTIOCH BAPTIST NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev.

In the Mass SUnday at 10:45 am. and Rev. O. L. Hkta Associate
past fifty years, the cultural pastor
THE PAST the Solemn Evensong with a pro- James E. Drown, pastor
and economic of M. T. Copeland, reporter"
progress
It could the Negro race has truly been gram of sacred music and the Sundu School ...._......... 1:30 Bro. Vandell Dora reporter
be. Morning ________ 11:00
though that out traditional Feast of Lights Service Worship
phenomenal Morning .. .._.. ll.-OO
thoughts erf the prevent, are coded in the light of con. at 730 pjn. Worship ?. Evening Worship ,.............. ,:00
diUons prevailing at the turn of B. T. U. __-__-_ _____- 830
deeply D. U.
very with T. 533
thoughts of the ..._.. ... 7.00Mt ;
the past as well as the future. In century. Colored men and At the evening service Mr. Weir Evening Worship .j .
the case of the battle for civil women have achieved international will play organ compositions by
rights and equality under the distinction In a wide rangeof Bach. PurcelL Frost Matthews Pleasant Methodist
law. it activities The earning power and Frescebaldl. MONROE MUSIC HOUSE
is hard
very for people 2170 Washington Street
of has
Negroes
expanded
who have a history of humiliation enormously Opa Locka Writer af Rack ef Agta
amounting to over" fifteenbillion You must hear thy great" organist.
Indignities and bitterness to see i dollars after taxes In 1456 Jr.', a graduate of FloridaA Sunday School _______ 830 aia Everything In Gospel M u a I e
anrthing more than the hoped according to a Fortune Magazine and M University and present Morning worship 11 era Everything fer the Church.
for rainbow at the 936 N.W Third AT 1
end of the Evening service 73C Apt.
Iv
estimate Despite Inadequate teaching at the A. L. Lewis
long journey The prevent path is FR 48904. Miami, Fla.
sometime' overlooked. schooling In a Jim Crow systsm. Elementary School.
And whenwe the educational To this. srecial service the
level of the race pub
MT.
consider the HERMON A. M. E.Opa
past fifty yean has been consistently raised. lie .Is Inyftf'd.CREATER. .
in the hfctery of the Nero, wecan Locka HARLEM SQUARE

ago understand the road ahead this. for Fifty years flak Inequalities remain, but BETHEL A.M.E. Sunday School ........ ......,. 930 SWEET SHOPA
Negroes unlike )", they are diminishing Evening worship ............. 7.-00
was a bleak
very outlook. In- net' Increasing, The NAACP can, Rev. S. A. Cousin pastor Rn fl'am..1 01', pastor FULL LINE OF OROCEftllS
deed Lvnehlng parties took place take pride in the roteIt hasplayed Mrs. Jenette Falcon, reporterSunday Publicity Committee

In soma areas almost semi.wek1v'men In achieving the follow i iInr j School .........._...., 930 Morning COLD CUTS COSMETICS
Il:0t
were shot down like results: revival nt Negro votIng -. Morning Worship ..........,., 11:00 worship
animal: furious mob hunted In the South: Passage of theCivil Evening Worship ............, .., 7:00 FIRST tO* N.W. OUt Street
UNITARIAN
down Negro men women and Rights Act of 1957. the first ..
children Bask cKieruhip rights, such measure enacted" by Congressin GREATER NEW BETHEL The Moral Implications
purrhard" |In blood by the Negroi 92 veari: enrollment of more Birth Control" will be the sermon
weir strfoped from Wm In the than 2.000 Negro students in Rev W K Smith, pastor subject of the Rev Robert W.
South The Negro was dlifranrhlted southern state universities" : afire Mrs R Cnnley, Clerk Cones minister of the First Unitarian FOR SALE
and the cast restrictions" of nation nf the right nf Negroes in Morning Worht> ..._.....__ 11:00Sunday Church 44 SW 29th Road
slavery had been legalized" thru- School ....... ..._._ ".JG
serve on Juries: exrwnded Negro on Sunday, Jan 10, 11 am.
out the South through revision of membership>> In the organized la. n T U -......-.-__ 830 By SUMMONS
state constitutions. Such was the I her movement" : enlarged employment Evening Worship. .......__.._ 7.:00 That evening at 8:15 t he Jefferson -
climate tt fifty years ago.' opportunities for Negroes; Club MriH. meet at the homeof Rtglstartd Raal Estate Beaker
ahntittan of segregation In the TRINITY WESLEYANRev Mr and Mrs. Ronald Platt a

THI NAACPIt armed' arrvim of the United Gerre T. Johnson pastor 2421 NW 15th St. IN LIBERTY CITY

is no tttHwVr that Negroes Slate: : recognition" of the Nf'CTG'1f1lrat II Mrs Phttlis Andre***, reporter" Slides and a talk on astronomy 1-Btdream horn*. All CBS. Full

have tens memories' Fifty years strength; development' ofa I Sunday hnnJ. ........... 9:OD will be the program of Community price I11.2&0. Dawn payment
ago the climate for the Negro was mere militant spirit among the i Morning Worship .. ..... 11=00 Group No. A following their 11.000 Per month $100. 2929
bad: today it I iii much better' but Neg+, mimes Imoroved' health Young People Meeting. ........ 5-00: 7 pm. covered dish supper" at the NW Situ 50.DYple. .
there are still many areas !in standards with enlarged facilitiesfr ----- home of Dr and Mrs. David M. a a
which the climate need tr> be improved and training for health' services ALLEN CHAPEL M. E. Morris 87)0 SW 114th St on .. All CBS 741 NW Iftth
Neither" the NAACP nor for treatment In health fa* Friday. Jan. IS St. Full price 1S.900. Dawn pay
any other force has been able to Hllties, and Invalidation of state Rev E. M niocker. pastor meet $1. 00. P.r month 1100
statues requiring racial segregation Cloe Sweeting, reporter
wipe out entirely the hate a a
race
which nurtures discrimination In education" transportation. Sunday School .. ... ..... 930Mornlnr NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH f-Badraam frame hems, claan.7la1 .
and segrtHvUon and I Inspires the housing and recreation' Worship ......... 110: NW Uth cawrt. Full price
.... Rev. II. C. Samuels, pastor
ACE League rOO
Ivnch tr.WO. Dawn fSOO. Par
been mobs But progress has Let us then at t he end of 1939 Evening' Worship ... .. .. 7.:00 Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter meth, $71. payment
made and much nf It made and the beginning of 1900. "
recog- --- Sunday School .,.__.... 9 JO
during the Jut half-centurr may nice the. achievements. Althoughthe HOLY REDEEMER Morning service ..........., 11:00 a aIN
be traced' dfnrctljr" to the activities! .. Fight for Freedom Is not BTU ISO COCONUT GROVE

of the NAACP ended and many basic inequalities Man 7 and tn fSund.yelNovena ) Evening worship _..,. ....,., 730 2Badraam frame h.m., S790
The .. still remain' U be gained' ,.!t) fWM night I Oak Ava. Full price I7.&OO. Dawn
states nf the
Negro In viewed t in the Hecht of conditions I A.,tl"m by ArwwulntmrntInf payment I&OO. Per month 17ft.
America KM advanced" signifl so the** II Mt Olive Missionary Baptist .
yeah am. achievements' +natlen Cln pm. In
cantty In the stare the Asaociatton
years IN RICHMOND
HEIGHTS
,
rexnt Impressive advance '
n very School All aye Invited
was ercaniard in 1W9 402 N.W. 2nd Av .
*
The" ahead should : Ie l-Bctfreem CBS Hama, Price
years Everyone' welcome at Hoi?
It I b now poa4ife for a Negrapaasrrtfer Hallandale. Florida
ffS.900. Dawn
$1,000. Per mantis
achievements' Redeemer" FV+r tofennatfon call
o-ring many more
te travel either Pullman Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor $!"
or C"fN<'h. from Washington with an organisation such as me, PL 9-2389 Rev C. >E. McClary, reporter

to New Orleans. and to eat In the NAACP to provide skilled" leaderhtp -- ---- Evening Service S p.m. Far thaaa specials call SummanaDay

diner without the Jim Crow cur and give guidance In therJ..t Sunday School _..,.._ ".30 ar Night
Lain, threatened. or ejected" from Advertise It Pays! Morning service ...r............ 1100 .
Phanca HI 4 >44S HI t.QUI
for Freedom. ar
the train Segregation on city Evening service .___-.._ ... 7::KDTU
__... ___ ___ __ _
L..u & .
PU *nri nrr-nc-arj: n'-.. 'IPT- -. ............ __ too:
been banned and Negroes and I

Wh t... Pkht" rther In public. i iC"nny..ftMft I

In more" than 30Southern
rill'sACHIEVEMENTS NIGHTINGALE COLLEGEAnnounces


SUE'SHealth

Cotored persons may now secure New Winter Classes For
aorommodattans in hotels In
some southern tittH. and In such
borrVr, ..atf M Washington, St.
Louis Oklahoma City and certain Physicians AssistantsJANUARY Reducing Center

Teas rit,". Tn the North and
West hate and restaurant discrimination I
12 1960
which was commonplace ,
SO rears ago. is now rare
The practice segregating Negroes ENROLL NOW 601 N. W. 2nd Ave.

In or executing them, from

theatre" In northern cities has Classes. We limit size of claw .
generally been abandoned. Day a nd Evening -


With the expanding Negro urban For FREE Consultation on:
population the number of
oMored persons holding! important
elective and appointive: public HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT
MORE
cfTice" has been greatly increased FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN EARN

In a core' of cities acroi: Call FR 1.27712 10
the country Negroes lit as munie4pa1 Get prestige by becoming a Nightingale Trained p.m.

state and federal Judges. .
Four Negroes represent conttitu Graduate-FREE PLACEMENT to all graduates

encies in the House of Representative JOIN THE MECHANICAL GYM

*. In the South where" Negroes -
were almost totally disfranchised AND STAY IN CONDITION

SO years ago 1.250.000
are now reg'stered' to vote. With
the aid of white voters" they have CALL MRS. BEN TODAY

elected Nerreef to councils" and SUE HARRIS, FUN. P.T MASSEUSE

local boards of education In several FR 3-1675 265 N.W. 5th St.
southern cities I YOGI CORTEZ GYM INSTRUCTOR

Emntovment opportunities in AIR CONDITIONED CLASSROOMS BLANCHE CALLOWAY PUBLIC RELATIONIAlong
private Industry and comgnerce .
have also been" vastly increased.In J23

New York. Chicago and etHt
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Now under construction in Beautiful Rainbow Gardens. Brand new bedroom CBS homes-With the

most modern


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SEPARATE UTILITY ROOM NO CLOSING COSTS
9 9 5
ALL JALOUSIED WINDOWS. Only Down CLOSE TO PUBLIC & HIGH SCHOOLS

A TRUE LUXURY HOME
TERRAZZO FLOORS
JOYFUL & COMFORTABLE LIVING
REAR ALL SCREENED FLA. ROOM SEE MODELS
1717 N.W. 152nd TERRACE FEATURES FOUND ONLY IN THE
CIRCULAR DRIVEWAY TO CARPORT MOST EXPENSIVE OF HOMES

Yes! You can own this mansion by putting up deposit now! Pay the balance when finished. 20 choice

lots to pick from. Your choice of colors.


NORTH MIAMI BEACH BEAUTIES!! Thousands of happy Miami families can testify to the

Brand new 3-bedrooma, 2 bath CBS homes. Pick yours quslity of the service rendered to them by Fair Realty,
PL 71645. Miami's original house of Low Down Payments
now. City water. Close to 163rd St. Shopping Center.
Only area of all CBS homes. No closing costs. One corner where it is our pleasure to make it possible for
with carporte available. Will .be ready soon. Put up depot YOU to own your own home at monthly costwhich inmany
!U Balance when completed. $895 down. cases it LESS THAN RENT. Fair Realty has a Urgeselection
of the finest homes of all sizes inall choice locations
new and used. With low down'p.yment... Near
all conveniences, buses. Come in, day. or night, and let us
Opa Locka-bedroom CBS Homes show you how we can satisfy your needs and find you
Starting soon. Put up deposit. Pick yours. 3 lots avaiable. your HOME.
Only $595 down, $82.50 monthly. See models. Why pay
rent? Buy now. SEE TRACY THIS SUNDAY AT

7616 N.W. 12th Ave.
3-bedroom CBS home. Kitchen fum ahed. 60x100 lot.
$995 Down. Liberty City Area ." FHA mortgage. BeautyII
Brand new bedroom CBS homes. Includes utility room,
shower doors, Venetian blinds. Several to choose from.
But hurry!1 $495 DOWN
Bedroom.. One monthly I payment of $80. Hardwood
floors. Close to buses, shopping. No closing costs. Move
Open Sun. only 1.6 p.m. See 1550 NW 55 St. right in. Large lot, clean.

This lowly bedroom home with tile roof. Furnished,
hardwood floors, city water. Close to 2 buses, close to $695 DOWN

school. Pay on one mortgage to owner. For this 2.bedrooiq CBS home. Stove and refrigerator in

cluded. Freshly painted. Tub and shower in bathroom.
Close to buses. Large rooms. Nice.RENTAL.
Special!! Terrific Buy Very Low!!

To settle estate we have been asked by. seller to ell for

$10,500. This bedroom CBS home. Tile roof, city water, We have a nice 1.bedroom downstairs Furnished
apartment.
buses near. Front and rear porches. Best location. Need in duplex. Nice for couple. Landscaped. $18.50-
$3,000 down, $73 monthly. See 1848 NW 57th St. weekly. 1402 N.W. 56th St.


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ARE OPEN EVERYDAY FAIR I REALTY LIST YOUR LOTS" WITH

FROM 9 A.M. TO 8 US
FOR QUICK CASH

P.M. INCLUDING SUN. 201 N.W. 62nd STREET
SALE. WE HAVE BUYERS.


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