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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 16, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Teacher Killed in Hit-Ran Collision \..J.:1_ M'MNil900 v ..:


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1 DEATH RIDERS Brown had left his teaching 'driving at the time. He identifieda He is survived by a wife r..I I :
: : I job in the evening program at man named ".Rc>berr as the Noral, two daughters Brenda,' \ ,11
FLEE SCENEJohn Northwestern about 1030. He was driver. and Valencia. 4; and a one-year-
enroute to his home in Richmond Brown was a native of Jack old son, ReynaulL
Lee Brown. 43, radio and Heights at 14215 Madison St. sonville. He graduated from Fla. i''
it television Instructor at Northwestern I Berquist said Lathum's car, A and M in 1940 and began The House of Albert is in chargeof
killed in Senior High School was ncrthbouad: on NW 6th court rana teaching in Dade County in 1950. funeral arrangements. f'
an automobile collision stop sign at 17th st and crash-
about 11 o'clock Wednesday night. ed '
into Brown's westbound car,
He was dead on arrival at Jack- leaving 71 feet of skid marks.
son Memorial Hospital, only four Brown was thrown from his car 1
blocks from the scene of the accident as it spun around, cutting down Daddv Grace Dies at 75

a fire dydraat and rede up on
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E. E. Berqulst Miami accident The sidawalk. I 6
t investigator, said that Brown Charles Manuel (Daddy Grace cities. Their devotion and loyalty
car was struck by an automobile The tank Brown's
gas on car i
died on Tuesday in Los. Angeles. brought him great personal
owned by Willie Lathum 28, of, was torn loose and gasoline spread
551 NW 7th St. Lathum. being across the intersection but the He was about 75. wealth and enabled him to live +alike

held for investigation denied I torrent of water from the broken Daddy Grace founded his first a prince.
driving the car at the time of the hydrant washed it away before
accident Three other occupants' I firemen arrived. louse of Prayer For All 1'e JOHN LEE BROWN
of Lath urn's car fled the scene, Lathum admitted ownership' of In 1926. His followers are estimated at NW 15th Ave. and Mth terr.
I Accident Victim witnesses told police. !I the car but denied that be was at three million In 17 In Liberty City.


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37TH YEAR, NO. MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANURY 16, 1960 TEN CENTS 16 PAGES
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I Parker's r r, r Lynchers-- to Go Unpunished 'I Ir ,


WHATI! NO INDICTMENTS The decision apparently means .._..
the slayers of the young Negro ./
BILOXI, Miss A Federal \
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will eceape punishment and remain :
Grand Jury Thursday refused to
I anonymous. State action :tn
'ndlet: anyone In the lynching of the ease was virtually ruled- out E:
Mack Charles Parker.
_:i __ The Jury reported to Judge two menthe ago when the Pearl
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_____ Sidney M.lze l that it had "consld River County Grand Jury did not 1
end: all evidence and was unable return., indictments in the

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A. Flossie's MurderUp


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to Thursday afternoon police
S. j. : -were still without any signJicant .
leads In their efforts towards p rr
salving the mysterious
murder of Marion Sheffield, wide .1.1r
""y: kn +vn Miami female imperr -
nator: who was known u
"Flossie," and who was found
siTT' thot to death Last Wednesday at
!lit home 263 NW ftfe st Impre cve ceremonies held in tra-jre Sept 1, 1939. Sgt CUntoa
r".:sale! was found In a pool of Henderson Park's auditorium W m: and Ps'rclmsn James
: bx! on the flocr of hit apartment Thursday morning at 8.30 high War. 'n '.on and AJcx McDowell
Death ws* caused by gun- S lighted the awarding of service who / .nod the department' Oct.
hot: wounds in the head and p.ns and certificates to personnelof 20, 1944 ended their 15-year tenure -
c:eat the City of Miami October in October last year.
Several susnects were arrested The auditorium located' at NW Set Lurie F Bowen, who join
ste last week far Investigation, 3rd st and 9th ave.. aceom dated ed the d.. artment in Oct 1949.
but were later released when dozens of NeRo and White employees proceeded lt("nkrWe Det. Kenneth
police were unable to connect including members of Jonn by two weeks.
1 them with the case. Police however the "Dig' I Draw" division, who PatrtimaR: R B. Kirkland who
are continuing' an extensive assembled, some to present, scene Joined the force on Dec I, 1949.otfnpUMvd ,
s Investigation( Into the kUlinr. to receive' and others to witness his 10 years of service
An ( rchld corsage' is pinned on Flossie's body has been released -I I the arwards.I Dec 6. 19M.
to the Richardson Funeral I I Miami's precinct station had City Manager Ira F WHlard
the new bas.lcus:: of Sigma Gamma Home where funeral members of Its
arrangements seven personnel made the prcatatfcms of certi-
Rh:>.Sorority. Mrs. Lorraine up to Thursday. afternoon on hand to receive' service' awards. ftaato and piss.Frw .
W "urns faculty member at.were still incomplete.' I MARION "ilesale"l SHEFFIELD. I I Bailiff Clyde Lee and Juvenile rr. Det White, Sgt
Howard Un.veriity' was elected Police found a long list of telephone I I Bureau Del Ralph White who Itowen. D4. Jones. Back row:
d-r.ng; Ute\11 National Boule numbers in Flossie's apartment each number f ere last rooetai.Jehnson photo. and are cross-checking I for a possible led. +I Sept 1, mi. ended their 19-year mm Washington and Kitkland.I .

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cr' cd coroner's Inquest F Carlson and Larry Willis. autopsy en l.>.e body of Butler' his home about 5:30: that morningand '1, that he and )Hc'; :: nd went at But- I
and r' :m',**** tearing into thek Asst State Atty Irwin J. Dr Just? testified: that Sutler that Parms gave him a gun I kr !n order to get some money
... ;ng cf Everett Butler, guidance Block is andUng the cue for the bled to dca") from a wound in to keep for them until they returned that he (Parma) mugged Butler
ccunselor at Dorsey Junior state.A I the upper thigh caused by a bukt. )- MeLeod said that his wifeis and when "'Jtn; wrestled loose ".
School, who was shot and long list of witnesses have The doctor explained that related to Parms He added that I and ran. Holland shot him.
Nigh Christmas morning been subpoenaed to testify In the there were no Lust powder marks. he kept the gun until the following Nathan! Kemp followed
kir.ed: early case on Butler's body Monday when the police: Guilford. to the stand. Kemp tes
opened last Friday afternoon InJustice came to his home and got it salted that he spoke with Butler
of the Peace Francis. J. DORSEY PRINCIPAL FIRST Officer Alexander: R. Sampson shortly tofere tae. incident and
Chtistie's'; Ce rt Following a WITNESS CALLED cf the local police force followedDr Also testifying last Friday were that Butler toW him that he had
Homicide Detective C. M.
three hear sesse*, the hearing Justy to the stand Officer Shep ..
The first witness called by the pard. Officer C. Andersen and th* ffe for $100 on his person.
Sampson testified that be and his I
and wm eenUnue
was adjourned state wu Principal E. K. Lock- Homidde Officer B. J GuiUord. Theodore Kemp>> of 900 2nd ct
today Friday) at 2 pan. In the hart who lives at 1444 NW 4th t partner, Officer C. Anderson arrived i N sad Richard HoHen of 3321 FU.
same court ave Lockhart Identified pictures,. at the scene' of the shooting. Officer Guilford testified thatIt Ave. sUe testified that Butler p
of Butler which mere made In the about 5:10 that morning after receiving was he who got the fun from "said he had change for $100 oahU
Wife James Holland Jr. SO of County Morgue shortly after the a raIL Officer Sampsonsaid MeLeod and that Parms signed person
J290 T'w'mI' Ave. Coconut Groves killing. Lockhart said he was they found Butler in the car,, two statements certifying that H mlride Officer Kenneth
H J knnv Psrmt Jr.. JO ef 717 first informed of the incident by slumped over to the right and Holland had shot sod trilled Butler Jones also Ustlliwl bvfvrw. the
NW 2'Bd' ave. hive been Initially Henry J. Martin, a teacher at that a puddle of blood was found Guilford had the fatal IUD in hearing WM adjcurned. Jones
door Butler
the ear's
clwf-d with first degree murder Dorsey. dead near when the oilcan arrived was>iUndsly > his possession at the hesring. Attorney said he was assigned to the cue
in the rase. Lockhart was followed to the Carr questioned Guilford on Chrfamas Day.
jini'.M aM Psmt" are being! stand by Dr. Ramon A. lusty apathtIG&u MeLeod of 224 NW 12t" very extensively during his stay Fallowing Joees testimony
Her" dfd bY Criminal Atty Henry \ at Jackson Memorial sU. fallowed. MeLeod testified on the witness stand.: Guttferd Judge Christie adjourned the
Carr, assisted by Attys. Arthu Hospital who performed so that Parma and HolUad came tol 4 also a 44 that Parma told him. hearing.I .


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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA i
100 Per Cent Wrong Club
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1960




Personal MentionMiss Announces WinnersAtlanta


.. .. Ca Eleven individuals and the U S Olympic Assoda- annual sponsor of the A11- porta
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""" !I- "" "' "" Jamboree held each January
I and 11 groups have been I I ti n. by
Jenn.e Roberts, public queline in Detroit. They report' an selected the outstanding contrib- In support of its annual recof- the 100 Petuentefa.
school teacher of 207 NW 16th enjoyable visit. liters to sports during the past nihon to persons excelling In varies The Coca-Cbla Q).. Atlanta, is
tern, spent the ho.idayswith: her quarter of a century by The aspects of sports the dub sponsor of the W A, Scott II
cousins Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Mrs. Dorothy Edwards spent 100 Per Cf'fttVron, Club, a I has named Joe Brown lightweight. Uemorial Trophy, which ts
Stirrup and son .< Eat Elmhurst : the holidays with hrr mother, sports croup which is ponscred champion Ernie Banks Chicago' awarded annually to the inter-
NY and an uncle Ralh Stirrupof Mrs. John Wright, in Jackson by the apcrts department of the Cubs J. D. Smith San Francisco teJtoobn dIata.. .,
Sah ave. NY. Miss Roberts ville. Atlanta Daily World. 49ers, and Louie Bing, Atlan I team from Negro coUeces. This
also visited Mr. and Mrs. Alexander The listing of the individualsand ta's Morris Brown College' senior" trophy was initiated in 1983 tomemory
Williams of Washington Visiting her parents in Nas- comes' as a feature of guard "Athletes of the Year. of the founder of the
DC. In Washington she attendedthe sau for the holidays was Miss the croups nationally known sports Earle Clanton, director' of sports, Atlanta Daily World end Scott
big dance sponsored by Phi auretta Ingraham.Miss I club's twenty-fifth anniversary to publicity Tennessee' A and II N".pH Syndicate.
Beta State University will receive the
Sigma fraternity.
be observed in Atlanta on Jan.
Mae of writer's honors.A -
Bertha Mackey 29. The organization alto has sports
Mfes Anna Ghee Sweeting I Chicago is visiting relatives and jchedufde honors to five S. "Jake" Jaither.. director PRIVATE
celebrated her birthday with a friends' in Miami. athletics and head football
"Athletes of t he Year two outstanding of INVESTIGATIONS
gala house party at the home of football coaches' a college coach. Florida A and M University -
her grandmother. Mrs. HenriettaSAeeiing Dr. Samuel Thorpe of Cleveland publicity man and Florida Tallahassee, gets a special Result or you don't pay
en Thursday night December Ohio has been renewing
of the Decade.
A and M- University Tallahassee, citation a "Coach
31. Several I of MSweeting's Miami beforeproceeding
in
acquaintances Coach ALL STATES
whose Rattlers are 1559 Ne -ointercollegiate -while Head Football
friends and coworkers on a Carribean tour.
football champion.Eleven Tim Crisp. Langston University, DETECTIVE BUREAU
with relatives sharedin
along
Oklahoma
whose, team won the 1959
the celebration. Dancing Mrs. W. 11. Jamison dean of of 23-100": awards, Collegiate Conference football 24 Hour Service
games, music, singing and frivolity girls at BTW high school is back have been designated to Jesse' has been
prevailed throughout the at her post after four months Owens, track; Joe Louis, boxing;' championship of the, Year" 46 N.W. lat St
named "Coach
evening. A menu consisting' ofa absence recuperating' from Injuries Branch Rickey baseball manage
the
variety of niceties decorated' the sustained in an autcmoblle ment. Jackie' Itcbinson. baseball; The citations being given FR 3 769
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party table, with net souse a fa- accident. I, James A Farley, boxing development I I 11 individuals. honor founder the memoryof and
verile di.h among' the party ; Paul Drown" football A F Herndon JJO
guests. The group departed at a Mr. and Mrs Oliver Street and coaching and management; B. T. first president,.. of the Atlanta Life
late hour but not before each son, Oliver Jr. along with Mr. Harvey, development of intercollegiate ,. Insurance C for whom the 100 Your Vote is Needed
Percenters have designated a aeries
member there'J had expressed and Mrs Oral Lott and two athletics; Althea Gib-
feMcHatfcm to the honoree daughter' '. Oralyn and Ketcla of of Pioneer Awards. The Aa-
upon
con tennis' ; Charles Stlford. golf' ; Register to Vote!
the significant rccaston, with the Austin. Texas were holiday Abe Ssperstcin' basketball coaching -I I lanta. Ga. insurance firm Is an
prearntetten of gift following. house guests of Mrs. Oliver's and management"' and Marion
mother.' Mrs. Sarah Smalley'
Motley, football. I
Mrs Ernestine Hambrick. 1704 While here they made a trip to -Silver Certificateswill be l' Highland 4-JC85 reel CenaultaUen
NW 69th ,,"f.. manager of Variety Nassau.Mr awarded to C&c.St"'A"rU,1" I
Record' Shop. 1112 NW 3rd Gillette's Cavalcade of Sports,1 I SOUTHERN CLINIC
ave., returned' last Monday ajn. and Mrs Witeert Stevenson .
from a weekend spent in Nas and children. Maxlne. Dennis National Athlettes Association, National Interccllelate *- | Urinary and Chronic Diseases
sau. The flight was made to bring and Wllbert Jr. and their grand-I Newspaper
Publishers Association Orange Hours 10.4 247 CORAL WAY
bat'k.... son (){Hot1, who hadbeen mMher. Mrs. Mattie Sawyer all Incase Chock Committee,,
s'ending' the school holidays r* MiamI. motored down to Kev Sporting News.. Spats Illustrated. ave by Apt. (Near tTth Ava.)
with relatives. West last week to spend
during
the New' Year holidays with relatives Tennessee State A and I Univer Clestd Wttf. Bus N*. 4 U d....
ally The Pi 'kin Club of Washington -
Dorothy Ellen Jenkins celebrated
The family reported a
( D. C., Tuskegce Institute
her 17th birthday Thurs pleasant' visit (In the Island City ,
day 0<<. 31 with a formal dan-
sante at the Carver Branch of Mm Llama G. frets has returned
the YMCA. Thirty-two friends' to the helped to celebrate her natal day. an exenive vacation In New
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York City .
Mrs. Lucille J Shmwhire. a retired -
teaeher of Jacksonville Hum "Bftmw. Payne took anMMner
visited Mrs Annie Glass Ander Raj back to New York:
son, farmer classmate at FAMU '.ti Tuesday nVfit after ? *nH.n .
also retired teacher of Dade two weeks in Miami with his
County.' : ,.

Mrs. 9hrapMre spent two
The' In Neer 'rl.
new woerittlnr -
weeks as house guest of Mrs.
elevators at Hlrhard
Andenwi which included Christmas .
Mnk real chic In their uniforms
and '
the new year holidays.
She met with. many of her f r""rnt
friends and somrity sisters while

here and reports shell always $300 DOWNBuys
have man merry memories of
Miami. She returned Jan. 2 to
Jacksonville.Mrs. .
NEW CBS HOMESin
M. C. Flipper of Thomas-
vile c... a lone time friend oi
Mrs. Annie M Edwards.is the Carver Ranches
house went rf Mrs. Edwards and
her ehiMren Mr and Mrs S. L MANY EXTRAS
MeNeal and Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
bie Wrilht. TOTAL PRICE

$12.800Hurry
Mrs. Eva BoMniway of Jamai

ca. N.Y. who formerly lived In Only 2 Left 4 sl.k .
Miami. is here shaking hands with r
old friend* and a.i tf'Irst of
the MeXeals at 1730 NW 57th st Valek Valek

REAL ESTATE
The Rule Wrights with their
home fue is. Mr and Mrs J. II. 1097 N.W. 119th St.
Lewis of Favettrvitle N C. pent k j
the ChriMma in Nassau After MU 5-1322
returning to Miami they' put in i.
quite a bit cf time ffehlng.

Mrs. Gne T>a wr. a teacher at
Carver lUeh is at home convalescing For The Highest in Se
after. a serious operationat
Mt. Sinai 11..1. COSMETICS ;

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Dent throwaway' those beautiful .,111ft v
Christmas cards The enrichment i.
classes at Dorser Jr. High Miami Times Newspaper

School can use them Call OX
1-1061 er OX 12114. bring or Call YUkon 356S1Advertise a ELIMINATE '
send toMrs IIeboot MR'NDM"
FUSE:-POPPINO
Then (dr visited her
daughter Evudnev of Detroit daring
the Christmas holidays. OCTO PLUGS !
It Pays! i1P
Mr. and Mrs Leo Albert were This pluf-ugly can mea up yur entire house H. plagues
'visitors to their daughter Jac homes that have low Hom pow r. II. .,...toe your electrical

appliances, choke off the full flow of currant shrinks your TV
picture and make lights flicker.

Don't try to get by with stenaioa cords when you really need

YALE S. LUNIN CLINIC mar outlets and branch circuit* to gt top efficiency and
peak economy from your electrical"servant"

Hours 10 turn. 1 p.m. Stop living with Octoplugv For a wiring cbeck-up, without

obligation call your Electrical Contractor. now. V,1,
Evenings 5 p.m. 8 p.m--Closed Tuesday
"HOUSEPOWER Wta you enjoy aU the benefit,

Take bus No. 14 of modern Honda living-Better Living Electrically.

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EDITORS- 2nd in Series THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA.
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1960 PACE 3

EDUCATE FOR FREEDOM ,

away, but My words' will not pass
g PHIL OSSOFER away" (Matt. 2-4=U.) Since III

words are truth, they shall endure *
Savannah Ga. I SAYS: and prevail, and Ills prophesies *
i I will all be fulfilled.
Has Last One
-- Endeavoring with all its followers

And there shall be one to bring into fruition this
Woman PaperThe fold and one ah s> erd.." (John prophesy of the beloved Jesus,
10:18.) Thus spoke Jesus nearly and believing that the age of fulfillment
Savannah Tribune was established 2000 yean ago prophetically is dawning the National
in 1873 by Cot John peklng of the time when man Spiritual Assembly of the Babe
II. DeVeaux. In 1_. Sot C. Johnson shall recognize the oneness of re of the U S in 1950 Instituted
was appointed managing editor .:' ligion.In World Religion Day That event
and In 1909 upon the deathof :-:,"," which will. be celebrated Sunday

Cot. DeVeaux Mr. Jotmsons ,,ii'. this are all religions arree Jan 17, calls attention to this
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became e owner serving as edi """ that they worship the same God. statement by Abdul Balsa, Persian
tor and publisher until his death :'f.." Since there is one God there' can prophet and son of the
in 1954. Mrs. Willa Mae Ayers be only one religion a fact we founder of the Daha'l Faith: The
Johnson served. Assistant touaW do not fully recognize' or accept gift of God to this' enllchtened
the Publisher from 1943 Investigation will prove this to age is the knowledge of the oneness
March I, 1934. the date of the be true. Unless we accept this. of mankind and the fundamental
death of Sol C. Johnson. Upon truth and are thus inspired to oneness of religion/*
Mr. J became sole Jesus we will fail in our God-
owner, publisher '
and editor of The Savannah given earthly work. Advertise It Pays! 'II
Tribune. "Heaven and earth shall paw
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Mrs. Johnson 1s a graduate ofTalladaga
College and has attended -
RUSSELL A, JACKSON Columbia MRS. WILLA JOHNSON
University (NT
City) and the Atlanta Unrrerstty

Ohio Editor School of Social+ Work. She Tribune. Dy SeyUiidbor 1943 she STAR MEAT MARKET
taught music at Talladeo for
... authorixed' to sign all checks
Delights InCrusading three years and was employedeight and given full responsibility of
years as a caseworker' for
the Chatham County Dapartmerrt the newspaper In April 1949 she 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
Mras given warranty deed In :4.
of Public Welfare in Savannah k *., '
eluding ownership of the Savannah !::
Ga.Mrs. Tribune with a life estate
by Ted Caltman Johnson baa had no formal .I held by Sol C. Johnson. Upon Mr.Jonson's .t THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
newspaper training. Every death on March I, 1934.'I
U you have ever read the editorials thing has been learned by experience. Mrs Johnson purchased thenewrpaper.
of the award winning : She writes a weekly .
Oren Sentinel you hare an Idea column -II"" and There edits
of what makes it tick and why it all copy, mate* front page. lay I ),Irs. Johnson attended the Na- I \
has cupped' so many Journalistic' out. reeds' proofs corrects galleys tknal Newspaper Publishers Association -
honors. makes up forms assists the pressmen for the first time In Fresh Meat-Low Prkes

Editor-in-Chief of the young and serve' as chief bookkeeper 1944, -Kerr she learned about the I
publication founded In 149. ts She Is perhaps the last of Audit Bureau of Circulations.
40 year old Russell Alexander one woman Journalists. The Savannah Tribune brcame a"
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member' << of ABC in 1944.
Jackson
a tenacious' stubborn
It was a case of helping an
veteran of 23 years in the business elderly' friend that Mrs.. Johnson Mrs. Johnson
been
ha
who dotes on the theory entered the field. She presented
newspaper citizenship awards by the West
the only good now-paper Is a actually began as an office helper Hroad Stm-t YMCA the Beach TV SICK ?
newspaper with Integrity" to the late Sol C Johnson Adult Education Center and Nu
"Jaclral he 1s affectionately Grand Secretary of the Prince Chapter of the Iota Phi LambdaKorority
known In and out of the trade, Hall) Grand Lndre of Maons of Then dial FR 4-2044-9 to 9
had an Idea when be w.s a kid- Georgia, on Afrrll 11. 1943. Mr a.m. p.m.

help the underdog .because be Johnson's .Masonic_office. was on. The Savannah Tribune holds
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IUJQWW wna 11 means to come up I the second none or use sarannan a certificate) of membership dated
the hard way In life. Tribune Building) January 1, 1937 from the American -
When Jade tackles a civic prob, On April la. 1943. Mr John Press Century Club showing ALL MAKES ALL MODELS

If'nor a crusade" as he Is doing,, seen introduced Mrs. Johnson (no continuous publication for more
most of the time he doesn't gtve relation) t<> every 1 phase of theprinting than fifty years An Accolade of Picture Tube Special '
L a hoot who gets In the way-40- plant and sliced her to Application from the Georgia
r coal er rift big-wigs, mayor, observe carefully all operations State Chamber of Commerce was
ctHef of poHce. rovernor. patter fihe wa given a desk In (he received in est for contributions 17-lDcb-$22.95 21.lnch-$29.15
church front office and In a few weeks" made to Georgia's progress since
or president of the United >_ ___ A____
states.:; received" the title of Assistant to 1873.

When he thinks a person" ororrsnirstkn the Publisher of the Savannah SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night ................... $2.50
has stepped oat of
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tine If It meant his own broth. Nit. Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges
er's rkln. he boom. away and The rotrlt of adventure hit RlliftWtftMMMHISJrPSUFFERERS
him 1942 and Jack Jut received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph
dent let up until he gets some In bled off to ''w '
action.Snmetfenes. Chin,," where he landed a Job Recorda All late hits. Special-3 for $1.00
with the American Council on to a.vs sat sins... was.:
his associates have! venn ew.ti L.4...L4.".__scar
t* art in for hours with him to Race Relation as assistant public a IG.&s.tan.esaa e...s...a wag.....
ese him off after he has won relations director He worked .spa.. .-..+.wat ..... e1. tr soon Vets Radio & TV Co.
:! a battle.. He ts so imbued with there tor two years until t hprinter's .nca.a.w rat aaaaa yews saa.wrtav
the rtrH of the fight that. Ink In It blond began to
admlttedlv.) he rich It wit In Chtrar, that he net .
vometHtes does
net re4tte when his battle U his attractive wit Natalie They 939 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Hf that's won. were married in October, 194, ... -.... .... ..... ..--
a shortcoming" then A trip bac to Columbus 'nit r--.....aew..earerAr.1,.,
make the '
mot of it, he obi< "" ** him in contact with some of his
es.
oM n-w-nen-r cronies and bf. .
The record of the Ohio Senti-

yet 'In fTifHa$ civic! crusades' re- for Man the l .
ryes Jacketi's n l saint
leavfnr. anln' In 147 to twrrme
and wnreJmttn IUD OI1 of the fitcdKor of te Cleveland Cali.PMt LAST FOUR DAYSTHURSFRISATSUN
VPdf"nte.<<

Jw4wn's fanny moved to Detwt ft.way en hU return to tSe .
S3 wean see from Ashvflle. OMa St.t. Nfl in **rfv 1949 .,
NC. x hen he was born thena that se-it for the Ohio Sentinel
f-w rr Itt..r to Columbus wee. wnDurine
where J.ck rnk wad his. eduratrn J8I1r' .Nf'N"f'. the ernso4 r TO SEE AND HEAR

in the public seheolaWhen had bn"f'd with mina(.. .
m-tt env "w rk1n- conditions, CHuCKlE/ HOME
.
h was IS. he became p
When Jack rrtfnd they 1rtkef ,
(Int re+ff'd In and
1W"WtOaPS"J t<. him to help set thing s
wr''e a youth column for the old strwlrhtTS 4 Special Bon Voyage Party Sunday Nit. 4P
C JmtNt A tvoe te This e .
f'f'n.nf'f' rested him for a repr b..l the News ended' alone with nnt..tnv
with
+*rs and later ensnaring edl- I ohr emr 1/rv*.i. who throw several 4."I
t.rt* ***** cm te OU State News, In 'heir' v t with hhn.

then a thriving miblicaiion with With tH. aM rf a small! groin i CLUB ;
a rf"H ,Hon for Its mWUinev and nf ntr-eia ttUftN'rt.- rave k Mil
rHeee .fu! cruade. PubJicher of birth .- the Ohio Sentinel In
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the Years wit TJirrellrn A. 111... 1949

tJwotc\ CWes whme rjidance left There was talk In the rommunl. I
lof' marV on Jark't future a* a n that the nnr wntiM not stir- '
,} tr+..rh and tomb, Journalistic in- yfy. with "rh. a rw *Itfnn| st the I 1900 N.W. 75th St.
flrhter ot4 aNt ..taf W"* *1 V.w.. R n t I

\ Jack gives! credit to Coles and th- -the" we"ree met-%.n Not I' Last Chance to Hear The .
nnly ftlff the
n o.r'vtye, but
a STOUD of*>f the other enerreUcrx'w t"'f..... tnlAMt f'ft 1932It I {a ; ,n King of Liar .
iman en Including
t ,
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J. .
wit rr*>n tenarftv t*
J Pamper A T>SV '"' MM on that trot his rtaff and fLIP WILSON/
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and Lucius E. Ir* for thinolratfan I
which helmed to mold trnnrntrv plurrlnf toward their' 'vr.

hm into a fluid and competented anal." I Held Over
Under J.rtrvon the Ohio Ren-
$orfsl writer and reporter I Cvi1:
tin! U hlcMv tpertfd bv bntttrolored
t The enPl'fttJcnfllWW'nln worked and white for Its erusad'nr j Song Stylist ,,
for the Ohio State New from '' ant mnttaM pmciain for etrVmrc L Little Clara Jay Dave Bondu M. C.
1937 to 1939 when he quit and ic --4..t> and equal opportiii j
b tor* a )m with te Wart Vlrdnla >IH*. fur alt I Dance to the music of W. C; Baker ;3,,'

Digest! as editor He worked about Asked what h* thourfct about t Call PL 15351 for Reservation. Adm. SOc
a volt there and witched to theCetambos .H,. future of th* Nero Ants. :w
Advocate under Las Jctnon stat..d.. "AI long as I!: Social clubs, organization1, fraternities-Club MI ia available for your .

Hus E. Lee where he did t stint there .Is a dlffrrence In the element I dance or banquet. Reasonable prices. All new Show Next Week :wNEGRO
for the same I""ctb of time Then nf man's *tn. there will be

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__ PLANS FOR NAT'L
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;4 a" YMCA WEEK

.. r Special events will be held tt
the Carver Branch YMCA. 5770
NW 15th ave each afternoon and

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Samuel O. Cohen
principal
Plant at 8740 N.W. 15th Avftu.-Ph. OX 1.0421 of
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H. E. 8IOISMUND REEVES Editor I y I Vr and chairman of YMCA Week

Garth C. Reeves Managing Editor and Business Manager activities.The .
schedule Includes:
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Mnnher of the A..n4atel" Seen* Vrr* Monday Jan." 18 8 pin. -
Breezeway "Northwestern
Member of the XatlonaJ X0wpper Pnbll:her' -. elan Players" present. "A Glance at

1959" ,fashion Show
Knteml *. S.rnm1 nM 1-.tt-; ; : Aamt P. 1927.-at-the -PoMt (UT... from: two forthcoming plays.scenes Directed

velum. .Klnrfct under the art of stand H. tats by I* B. Simmons.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Breezeway Music on Parade.
ONE YEAR ".!O SIX MONTHS. W.TS THREE MONTHS .70 Conducted by Arthur L. Evans;
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TIIKIX1 OF TIIH XKOIIO s"- IrrI and members of music depart

Tilt XKiJItO PRKHS hrllrrr* that Aim-rim run he.t lead the world ment.
from rrll amt| national antajrtonlmn" when It Armnl to every mar Wednesday. Jan. 20 7 pjn.
nfrrKii" of rue, rotor or erred, hi* human and lrf l right Hating Basketball Court Rotler-skat-
Jamboree. Mr. Thomas R.
Ing
no man. fearing no mart-the Xccro Pn- ."1,,.* to help every man
Papino and members of In.y
In the irm brlfrf that all men are hart aa lone a* Anyone la held
Club, serving as supervisor,
h. -k.
<< v ,. .,, ... ...ra Thursday Jan. 21 8 p.m.
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YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKOur Activities Mix-
en Square Dancing Social Dancing -
Metropolitan Government officials and our Dade and Party Games under

County School Hoard loggerhead over street paving aroundnew +' leadership of the physical education -
departmentFriday.
chool1'Wl'!'. Jan. 22 8 pm. -

In thM case the school board believes Metro should Breezeway "Thespians Special"

foot the bill of $3.GG5: for paving at the Mango Clemen- The Storm" Humanities Club
Thomas R Paplno. director.
141")' School. IfiOth St. and 79th ave. .w Saturday. Jan. 23 8 p.m. -
Be smart learn to sew and Classes in plain! tearing ad*
Metro thinks otherwise and threatens to block construction noforf"W'ly. Teenage' Dance Sponsor
cave These loeijr ladies are mod vanced sewing, basic women's
Mr Paschal and Dance Band.
of new public schools until the school board eLng: the latest In fashions they tailoring, short cuts jn meal preparation All members and friends are
agrees for paving such sites. deigned in the Adult Sewing and home decorations cordially' Invited.
O ;asses at Northwestern Senior drapes, bedspreads and clip
To this end the Metro Commission will at its meeting
Hth School. Reading left to
right rovers) are being offered In 13
next Tuesday, consider a resolution which would place are Mrs Ray Moore, Miss Maglia : centers throughout the city. For Dr. Green Elected
the school board under the same regulations as subdivision Smith. Miss Soslyn. Bethel, further information '
de.elopel't'lih building permits for new schools the modeling fur stole made from a concerning Democrats PrexyBy
fur coat bv Mrs Johnnie King, these classes" call Northwestern
board would have to post bonds to cover paving of streets and Mrs Ella Jones. Scn.--r Hib School. PL 4-5491 I Stanley (twttts) twtttlng

and sidewalks.A : :yc yC > 'rC'.C ... K Boasting a representative groupof
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teacher in the Orange County public school system the organizations the Dade

has filed a suit in the Orange County Circuit Court JUST BROWWPAUL County Democratic Associationheld

against signing a loyalty oath (to the United States Con its first meeting of the )"earMend.y
night on the premises of
titution.) R. HENRY the Sir John hut<<

He fears his refusal will bring about his discharge. Q rC- 7ti Foremost among other Items oa
Jr. has been employed for nine the agenda was the election of
Walton Cramp ,
have difficulty I United Fund if not do so. They officers. The new year being an
years ht' said if he is dismissed he would Isn't H great b in Miami?' will be calling on you. important one to the organizationnow

petting another )job. Everybody knew that That's I' boasting its 15th year of
he why people keep coming to Miami 't.. time to be thinking about
asks the signer to swear that I operation plans are all ready
The oath in part. and U'UVve of
me. a plenty the March of Dimes They are afoot anent a membership drive
will support the Constitution of the United States and the them remain here. a.kRI $300.000 this year. and countywide registration.

State of Florida that he is not a member of the Communist Elected president was Dr. O.
advice or Ye, it's winter, but while The robbers ,re still going
lend and aid support H Green prominent
will chiropodist
i Party and he not
scribbling ...... lines it is so hat atfOfC"tam they it
appear of 828 NW 3rd ave Dr. Green
the Communist Party. I have fan turned It's 83degrecs.
Influence to my on. court er ccnvleted. they shouldbe retired' Dr John O. Brown.
He claims that he supports the Constitution of the removed" from society for long Farsighted Demos are predicting

United States and Skate of Florida. Is not a member of A* we b* in 1960 I am promising terms" of tent:rfeenmentThe a banner year for the organization

the Communist Party or any other organization which to browse as usual and I German swastika is being the with the new president at
helm. Dr.
would o\erhmw the government he could truthfully sub- hope you and yeur. friends will painted on Synagogues, apart- figure among his Green associates a popular Is
violation of be going' along with me. mewl .hou.N and other pUcrs"Vv Mt,
scribe to the oath but "to do so would be a deeply interested and concerned"

his ritfht a a free, loyal American citizen and guaranteed Pretrw. is brunt made with the Prance.in United Germany States, in and England sever-, about registration and It Is the

by the first and 14th amendments. sway HV en SHi ave. from *' other countries and also In hope of all concerned that he wUl
79th st to 36th at Miami! inject' new life Into the slowfading
political org.
Last Sunday a new research laboratory built at a cost A Preferal ftMfcfjc tn Atlanta Un, The United States Seth Con- Other officers elected Include!

of 33.000 at the Variety Children's Hospital was dedi- Tuesday ordered the Atlanta air- cress cosivertrd on Jan 6. Demo. Charles A. Hlgfs. lit vice president -

cated. The building wan named for Jack Bell, popular .port restaurant to step segregatng ".,tic, to'hhave trfedjrd action Mrs : Mrs. Addle Pierce 2nd vice;
Negroes. Tucker 3rd vice Mrs. Anna
;
nn Civil Rirhts, shoal aid
columnkrt for the Miami Herald.Mr. A screen is used to divide the and metal 1'f"C.JattOft! Thy being Ward executive secretary' :: Mrs.

Hell ts well known for his keen interest In Mi race St..UOf.W the Judge e'.e"on ear It will be interest. Mary Lou Brown recording secretary.
.
d:* r I I..Ueft. !.. what Mrs. Billy Pitts chaplain
ami's, or rather. Dade County's welfare. The Variety o *e )ut will happen ;
The Vey vote will have quite a James Collie, parllsmentariao
Children's hospital seems to be nearest his heart and he Count Manager O W Campbell n". 'n deriding who's who in the

was Wimely responsible for raising the money for this I i. pTtirartne a long range W "t.. Hcttse after President III. Gibson to Visit
building. It couldn't have been named for a more worthy program for Metro's consideration Etenhewrer! hthU! roodbre!
I! w-.ll Dade ,
coat taxpayers H. of J. Courts
person. a cool $fro million bucks But The CMiblicans" might not ro
'here will be mere park sites alit< with two rvmocrats on this Ill E.
more hospita: facilities, incinerators (''v;1 RiffhU 'teffiriatkn) they hare D Gibson 33 degree, of
more
Samuel T. llaMa real estate Investor, died recentlyIn more public buildings idea. <%t two'rn! At least President Daytona Beach Grand Venerable
Cleveland. Ohio the of 72. Hassa left great Patron. Most Worshipful Union
at age a etc. of count we will have to vote Bts+nhrwer has.
deal of hi* wealth to worthwhile causes. To the Salvation on a bond issueThere Grand Court Heroines of Jerl .bo.

Army gos $l';OOOO : the interracial Center $50.000 : ThePh.Uk W'efn be the next president and International' Past Grand Heroines' Joshua of the
of Jericho
is a shortage of farm of He Untied States
WheiUley Association $10.000 ; the American labor in South Dade and calls 'win! it be Senator Kennedy. working under the protection of
Red Cross $10.000 and the NAACP 10000. are being made' to other Southern Senate Hubert ITirrtArey Senaor Most Worshipful Union Grand
states to ruh laborers here The Stuart !Svminrten. Senator Lodge Ill C H. Henry. 33 degree

Ye Editor was in Orlando last Saturday attending grower say prices are good and T r 4rtj. Jnhn.w.n Richard Nixon Grand Master Prince Hall Affiliat -
things look briffet for the season. Vv Ve'.on' Rockefeller' Ad. : n, will make his official visit
the Ordination of the Rev. Wardell Pinder.' son of Mr. ..1. Sevensony or to District No. 15 on Jan. 29.

and Mrs. George Pinder of Miami. Made the trip with Fr. Dade Count Schcot Board at Your Bro.'H'ran't buth Courts to be visited Include!

Elisha Clark in his Rambler. We returned during theevening. "ts Januag < meeting agreed .. will i! gar 'It's going answer to be a Nos 305 Eatella Beason. MAM;
to make a study of the advisability 129. Johnnie Hill MAM: It%.
of operating It'heok1% -- -.-- SybJe Jolu MAM; 338 Serena
The Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist at Orlando months nine months and ten Green. MAM; 44. Rosetta
months. Tuskegee Club MeetsTHe Sullivan MAM; 24. Lillian Smith
the
was scene of a very Impressive service last MAM
; 6. Mildred Rofle. MAM 5.
;
Saturday when the Rev. Nelson Wardell Finder was ordained January 20 has been set as the Mianni-Tuskegee Alumni Lillian Dean, MAM; 91, Mary S.
to the Sacred' office of tore Priesthood. The Sacrament meeting date to decide whetherto nuh will hold its reruter meeting Dean, MAM; 57, Vlnna Hargrett.
was administered by the Rt Rev. William F. )Moses admit six students who aped Saturday Jan 16 at 7:30 ate MAM; 31. Carrie L. Arnold
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for assignment to while school, hf'1W'' rl Mrs Ra Lee Brady MAM: 36. Harriett Bentley. MAM;
D.D., Suffrairan Bishop of the Diocese of South Florida. Orchard Villa Eiementarv' willet *#T WV llth st Business of vital! 73 Mattie Johnson MAM; 72,

who was also celebrant. a 16-reom addltien In the not 'tw>-rUnce :. on the agenda AU Myrtle Rcss. MAM; 61. Roslyn!

The sermon and charge to the Ordinand was delivered d-.staat: future. mere ers are urged' to be present Sennour. MAM; 61. Syble Me-
and on brae J Carl Cavern, pres Phee. MAM: 333, Ethel Johnson
by t he Rev. Lambert L. & nd!.rector of St Patrick's Have you subscribed to the ident: Mrs I. C. Micklns, Sec MAM; 79 MaRie Johnson, MAM;
Church West Palm Beach : the Preface by the Rev. "\ Theo Claire.

J Campbell Gray; the Rev. Elisha Clarke vicar of the served as master of ceremonies. JohnnJeIae Hilt DJ.

fJ 1 Church of the Incarnation presented the Candidate : the Following the service Zeke Brady deputy at-large
a reception was given In the
Rev. James Hall vicar of St. Timothy's Church
Daytona
spacious Parish
It Hall. Twenty-! members
of the
Beach, was LJtanfet' : the Rev. Fr. Duston, O. S. F. read were present at the ordination service. clergy mighty task to beat Vice President
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. the Epistle and the Rev Samuel Browne read the Gospel. This Saturday the Rev. Samuel Jonathan Nixen. In spite of Senator Ken

Rev. John Dickman was Bishop's chaplain and the vicar of the Church of St. AUJrn1rtlne.ill be ordained Browne, MdnrtaiDb".
In
Rev. John Recce, rector of St. Peter's Church Key West, St. Petersburg by the Rt Rev. William F. Moses, Did you know that there were
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Around MiamiBy .t) I TALENT PARADE SATURDAY JANUARY 16, 1960 PAGE S /(


ap See and hear your own home
-.er tiwn talent at Carver High ,

DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU- School auditorium, 3 pjn. Jan. 24.
/ The seasonal most attractive M I
musical. You'll hear the greatestand II
I best South Florida has to I
WAS SITTING thinking II.. offer. Great soloists and choruses %
Everett Butler and Marion Sheffield I uch as the Miami Master Singers'
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and how they died. Both the Southland Singers. Mrs. Bes-
were shot to death, u hare been grant 1 will push this for results: *>: Bethune Mrs. Josephine Mailey -
quite a few of our citizens In the U you will alSO do yjur part AU and many others. ;tiaw wry
last year. We begin to wonder of us must get together on this You have beard the rest now
how we the people can atop thing. Think now! You already hear the best Admission 100.
these murders. Not just becausea have the Miami Times in your Tickets on sale by member of W* WERE QUITE pleased last Palace Inn. at 2711 NW 41st at.
person is a Negro or a personal hand ,ca four cent stamp the singing groups and soloists. week when we heard a housewife it's what Murray claims" to be
friend, because bullets dont know and Icr a total of 14 cents! you Also Pratt Cleaners Neal's Market praising Grand Way, the giant "v'here nice people meet .
about integration or segregation. can save or help to save a life. ( also Smith's Beauty Shop, super market on 54th It. Naturally -I'I AH is set for the Square Circle
Everyone: can benefit this we would b about Club's 19th Anniversary
A trigger is squeezed and a bullet by 3523 Charles Ave. pleased Sportsmen; -
move. Ifwe can this anything nice said about this I'I Dance Park
rips into flesh the blood is put over, Sponsored by the Silvertone. in Bayfront
theme color when it fk' ue death rate by gunshot wounds Singing Convention E. G. Luckie. itore. The market carries a page audit. This popular group is noted
and causes death. w will be reduced 74 percent, and president ad with the Times weekly and for its outstanding affairs .
array let's get this straight, you are not hires a good number of Colored That Ha.r Style and Parade of
This baa to be curbed and we doing this fcr Mi, You are doing help. States affair is a tour of the USAin

can help. There are a lot of you it tar everybody including you Roberta Martin This housewife was laughingly 120 minutes, Sunday, Jan. 31
who will read this and agree and your family. 1is hardly Warning the store for her overspending at Club 111 It's fir the scholarship
with me that something can be sale to walk the street or ride Singers to Appear last week Seems that fund of Sipna OmicronChapter
done, and others of you who will down the avenue for anyone with she made her first visit there for of Alpha Chi Pi Omega
say I'm nuts but just as soon as a gun ","uldaJk out of a building Here just "a few Items" before continuing Sorority, the sponsor.SHIRLEY .
someone in your family or some and fire a gun and there on to her favorite mar

of your friend is a victim of a you are. Under tae sublet: of the Mt ket to do her shopping. "Honey DEXTER and llttto
bullet then we'll all open oureyes -hen I got in there and saw all
Tab.r
to thU situation. I'm sure many of you nave: Baptist Church the Ro- son are visiting daddy in El
said ana thought the same thin:. bviia Martin Singers of Chicagoare the bargain and fond meats I lasso Texas Ruby Oliver is
The most logical solution to but aont nave the opportunity beta pr'&vfited' in concert at just loot my head I even bought down frvm Ja ck eavlH visitingson
this problem is that the citizens to get ft over, so let's not let tm ihr Dade Oaunty Auditorium a new pair of shoes It's a good and du..hter. Clarence. Edward
of Dad aunty should press for tttputtuniiy sap uuvuga our 29agl the Sullivan Law. This would fingers. I'm sure that our Septa M at 3 o'clock pmAdvance to two bus line, or I woulda "Fanto> in Color Delta Sigma

mean that no one is allowed to Major. Caaries tUrtiey, wilt help adnussma %IJ&. $130 brace my back lugging thattuff' Theta Sorority's yearly presentation
carry any sort of fire arms other us.. Twenty thousand names on apetition at the door. Tickets can be pur- ,is anticipated yearly about
than law enforcement officer wul sou. taj BuUer aad chased at the Vowing places I goes! Grand Way has pleased this time You can bet" It's jeing

and persons who are licensed to aneifieki's death were too muchto Thorn** Blue (Council for the another customerl. to be good Local Republicans.
carry same. Remove all the pUtts take WC: MLA BUSLNK&! windat: the Negro Precinct' LUCAS new wrr* carded to meet Vie I.,.*.
from the pawn shops and Police SUtton 470 NW 11th st JIM M IE o rva the dent Nixon at an informal reception

gun shova that are available. to PRETTY GIRL *f the Wtttc Mo-use<< No 1 window at the Little River Sat. Jan. 16 at Miami _web
a Defth the price. Sure Sarah Gaines Pretty Iky of : PtKit Office He's the first Negro audit Is It true Chart La.lit .-
these business people are goingto the Week: William Stirrup 3tMb st, West Hollywoud. Mrs. clerk at this installation.. Won the << ha plaid engagement ringon
kick up a fuss but wouldn'tyou PoUcvman of the Week: C. M. Corrtha 1'h41lp+. 1U210 S.W 13UIt. Job on merit Wilbur Ilrassflrtd that chick' finer prior to hi*
rather hear them raising the Sb vrd Secretary of the .. iVrrifte. Frank C. Martin .is no longer with Srhenk-y April date with the Army 7 ? 7
devil than to see someone g e t Week: Muriel Vaughn. E.enumary School, Richmond after doing a bangup jab for five Joe Williams! IH\ out cigars
killed? Heights phone CE 50771. years Jimrnie Reeve, the ex- Thursday It's a boy fw Barbara
beauty sutt4y salesman and now
THIS IS YOUR (McKinney' ) In Chri tan hotp.'
last :
chance t*
With the: Sullivan Law, a person s.. Chkkie Horn at the Club The Martin Singers. are teye ,n railroad fireman, has taken unto
: the tW-kl of awl 1 singers. Don't htomrlf a new wife Ruthie Dan.
carrying. a gun without a U- Ml lie take off Monday for HOUSING Authority Commie
erfise is arrested, must face a Nassau and the Club Trupicana. I m..a hearing. them. 11'1& timer Henry Arrtaffi rtH.)rts
Tn., event u f>r the bcnrnt of
judge and charged' with the violWn Next week's show will be a College that no *in ''Ktt "n* have been"
ou ,t na funds mew chureh> GIBES In St I
of the Sullivan Act. The
spank brand new one. Up to received to fr &* Ute M Jew
M:3 A L 1'nve J chairman Pete has theonl, fencing linen
sentence is three c .
years DO press time, I bayen'bec tow I 0.' rental unit for scoter eHiWt
fines bail and af rasa and mans cr nm.tt tnong Negro e-lUfes In theSouth
no no appeal who wui headline It, but C. K. h'ftI Ix bain tear the James
.nJ Kcv IS lima, pastor Dr John J Skinner, a
but three
straight years. Smith the manager, has an ace K Soirtt Hum** Ttw project far
Dammit, I'll bet w11 save a lot up his sleeve. This week, let's *.h,1t" l nK''n. I* the InstructorTh Ka been" (Yt'f Vfwith
Trnilrn will be at Holy
of lives. How can we get the say Bon Voyage to Chickie. Y'll I.'h.- ...... but we are acting
Redeemer Srhonl Hall Smturday.Jan .
Sullivan Law in Dad County cum. iO Cents.OVERHEARD. "'t like w* An't need
6 30 This
16 4:30: to pm.
Do ytu think some county' official then M unit when pie actually
would try to block this plan on*leg telling rar: bfO.n:, presentation outstanding has event provenea atl j I need ((04 Get bury and see that r

Not if me get behind it My suggestion another: Said the first dog ").Ian nrrfener Knowing the Trmlers the oM folk. aft ly nuw.
is that we should let our this is a jAinging pad, I've gM k4 't U better each C.j I
.+Hy cfliciaU know that we are a bed god food a kind word :;' 'rd Rolle' celebrated" his, M""th" U rnmkferia" a tough
,toN nr against these sbootif s. TV. itervo and sane nice" kids. Lir.hiiay: Tuesday. Jan 12 T h .1 new TV note k tfy and prevent
Cut this column out and put It Sex the cund: dog "Try not ta :fssl.t n was timely for double bilking e ti et*.toM.... (and we
in an envelop and mail it to bow; that gig. Just do Uke Dave r.crats-hl recent marriage to haw plenty nf !thai) bv atwNJyrrftair

Mayer Robert King High. City sea and live life, every gulden 'ho former Sylvia Reynolds, was ooffWjnir* Bonded.
IL.!!. Miami, Fla. Or send a tele minute of it"-I'tace.I :'_") three: weeks old. Collection manager, L. L. Brooks

I .. net Hvern: nrcly! at Jo<>k-.*m
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; t 3 popular! Tiger" Spray Is the pit bW up in his far Saturday

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....... ------ CHARLES' POULTRYAND
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Mr and Mrs Alfredo L. Sands Welters of Key Wet,,+ ....rr; ? FISH MARKETThe
principal of Douglass High Mrs Rowena' Pin4er. Key Wot, .
Sclwo; sprat two weeks vacation Mrs LUlian Rutert, HeUywwd.t ,,
vUJUfig ha sister and brother- Fla, eight grandchildren, ten Finest Uv and Dressed Poultry

tn...w. Mr and Mrs. Alvin great graadotuidrva, np.......
Walker: and family of Cincinnati. niece; and cousin FRESH FISH DAILY

1'A'as reaJy reunion time lot MRS ETHEL T. JOHNSON Groceries Meats Fruits Vegetables
the family, aa Sandra, their Among tfee out of t...rnts attending ItluttrUut Commander
daughter, a student of St. Fran- the tuners were Dr ark. I BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT
eu Ia+Sales High. Rock Castle Mrs, Warren Welters and cMM-. it .. .ndrrd' pleasure to greet
Virginia joined them too. It was ref, Mr, and ).!s,. Raymond He- yaw' Our heart are lifted in Free Delivery Service as Near .* Your Phone
the bt Christmas they have tie. Mrs. Yvonne Sawyer and ...ray--rtul' thanks to God far His
peat together in many y ars. daughters Mrs Audrey Mar it. .*f ,fuudiMM' and. HMMvy to us individual 340 N.W. 16th Terr. FR 4-1345

West palm Beach aad Mrs V *naDudley :) and. a* a body. so -Sat t Sun. 1 .
Open Dally : I."' to S "' to p.m.- to "'
Archer lender Jr. cf Miami of Coconut Grove. We moat innu. ...r our pact
spent the holidays here visiting M: C's.4nmandvr B Louise Rote.! CHARLES BUTLERM Proprietor'

his grandmother. Mrs. RowenaPhsder Thomas J IV Id* died at the wise hat'OFktld untiringly
210 Olivia St. and friends. Veteran Huapital. Coral G>bl... throughout the pat years.
...
Funeral *ervtcs were .hid on ..
l1.I'
Kaaaa Court 117 Daughter cfUis _
709 ,
Whitefeead
Mrs BUwl of Sunday. 3 pin Jan. 10 from the
WAit Hd St. has returned to the Presbyterian Church with the hy iU ekcttea 1 D c. 8, over I
u-hie.i Imfterta! Deputy Dt'B
our
two anC If. Richmond
crty bareuwending and south' officiating. w*' W Healer pr..id.d. OftlWI'n' -
wrtto He leaves to mourn. a ....i1..
elected felfews Dt
:
Mrs. Jatnea Whit er a*
law Mr. and FOR SALE
daughter. Gail in NwJersey. Susan a step daughter Cyntn.a Ethel I T Juhn.u i. IU. C xn mandeer I ;
and grand
Sands, a sister Miss Rotate ; Dt Johr i* Hill lt Lieut;!
Fields and a father, Floyd Natu [)t. B.MMP rnhune. Ind Lieut; i
Edward Dunn of Greens ,oro. N. C. The Key Dt Mattie Wi...... High Pri..t- I
)(r. and Mrs of San Diego Cal. Undertaking Co had charge of sea. Dr tons H Stemon*. orl"-I
and eaOdren! NEW 3 BEDROOM
arrangements Ellen treasurer -
the holidays there visiting. tal; Dt Taylor ;
spent [)t.
Dt Alice Cash rrocrder.
Woods
her mother. Mrs. Came ,
Mrs. Lorraine Rd of 2 KILLED IN RoM>bud Bjrrd. aiUnt r <>ord aunt
and Dt Hattte Jrkn. lit Ceremonial

Gabriel apis.DEATH ._ HEAD-ON CRASHTwo ; Dt Call Sekan, 2nd Cere- 2 BATH HOMEIN

t;.nu resident: a 28yearold muii:!'I l l.; Dt Catherine Cooks, Inside -
wttnan and a 36..roJd -t SPy; Dt Ann Turk. Outride
Mrs. Martha Sand Welters. man were killed early Saturday Spy: \ b'.e: Mflvin Jackson advisor *

died at her residence, Jan. 2, 409 in a head-on collision! on CARVER RANCHES
SmKh ave. after' an extended 111nes. State Road 7, nine miles west of
Funeral services were held Boynton Beach.
on Thursday morning Jae 7 Killed were' Bernice Beilone If you should b. mlM.tf In !d

with a Requiem Mass from at. Brownie. 6660 SW 63rd si, the Untttd Good Neighbor

Peter's Episcopal Church with South Miami sod Arthur Lee House to House Campaign LOW DOWN PAYMENTOr
Fr. John Henry Reese officiating. Cutler of 5950 SW 67th at. .
directly
Burial was held in the family The accident: occurred when a you may mail your gift
plot to the Catholic Cemetery track hcadlog north on SiR 7 to the United Fund.S9S will take your lot for down payment

Tau Key West Undertaking Co. crossed the center line and NW First St Remember,
bad chart of arrangement Survivors crashed into a car beading sou:*,3 gift must cover 300
are two sons Joseph M. I I knocking the car 102 feet your Phone TU 5-1785
Welfare Services
Wetter Dr. Warren W Weltersof Health and

Miami; three daughters Mrs.i I Give A hoartfulll

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a ta New Duplex
Dark McCoy 58 s laborer of
16584 NW 6th (court was shot 4 Spacious Bedrooms
and killed st his home Friday, 2 Tile Baths
k police said.Detectives. 2 Utility Rooms
arrested his wife
Water
Essie Mae, 53, who was standing City
a .n over him with s smoking 1480 N.W. 59th St.
e 22-cmiiber pistol In her hand. He
ti. was shot in the left chest dur- Use your land as a down
ic( a quarrel police said. Lot home
: : payment or
BaronJE

4 r T' 35, 5r HARLEM SQUARE 8-1340 Open 35 p.m.

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tOS N.W. 10th Str*" LOTS FOR SALE

'loa 1:0.._ Corner110 x 110

Build on your lot

kr' J. B. SMITH or mine

ELECTRICSERVICE We take care of financing

NO MONEY DOWN

Electric Contractor Cash paid for your lots or

HOUSEWIRING homeSEYMOUR
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Monday mcrn:.n& Dec 28 from "Don't cuss Call us" BARON
8JO; to 12:JO, Gamma Zeta MIAMI FLORIDA
Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa THE MIAMI TIMES PHONE OX 1-3625 JE 8.1340

Alpha Sorority entertained 180 PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1960 Night or Day Lktfiatd and Insured Builds
seniors from the city's five hlh I
schools with 'its Fourth Annual -- --- I
Christmas Breakfast Dan nte.
CITY POOL SUIT Winter Homecoming
This affair wa held in the
beautifully decorated cat etorlutn FILED AGAINST Planned at
erf Northwet Senior HJh
School ""Mrebe pink and green WRONG MAN Florida Normal ,, i-
motif was carried" out with evergreen -
brandies, pink pine cones' u. S. District. Judge Eroett C. s:_ Augustine The First annual -
and green fatiape. Choale ordered last Tuesday t hat winter Homecoming Day i t t
the City of Miami must file Its CeJebratko' at Florida Normal ..wrstt
A captivating: pink Christmas answer. to a lawsuit to and Industrial Manorial CoUere
tree bald sver aad fold identification .ntegrate the Manor Park swimming will be held Feb 6.
bracelets which were liven pool but only when the
to the young M.dme. as a me* City has been properly served Some 50 or more members of
memo of the festive occasion. x ith court process. the college'' alumni' association
the as well as friends of the institution
of The judge held that papers
Everyone enjoyed a variety
the are expected to attend and
should have been served on
dances the deUfMful music' of
V> participate in tfeis day long affair,
the North Dade High School or- mayor instead of City ManagerIra
chestra.: Equally enjoyable was F Willard. lie said the sr- Retired teachers who are graduates
the Continental Breakfast lavishly v.ce is invalid of the college as well as all DtLIVtZT DRUG
arranged around a centerpiece former winners of athletic letters
of aparkHnc pink poinsettias and TUSKEGEEGETS will be honored during a special
green Chrfaitmas ornaments.' banquet scheduled to take place
JIM CROW MOVIETU'SKF.GEE. ,ft this occasion. C M.J. U..nt..& Pr.,.
Sondra Johnson. Alpha KappaApba'a
Ala. A theaUt
) 1W9 scholarship winner
a freshman at Howard University, with separate screens and seating NO RACE
wa. presented V> the croup during facilities: for White and Negro UNIFORMS I
Intermission. Saturday patrons u scheduled to open here PROBLEM IN

Prior to the Damante: an orientation The Macon Theater in down
meeting and Charm Clink town Tuskegee has been dosed 2,000 YEARS I
were. held; the latter of which since 1957 shortly' after Negroes $1.00 to $3.00VALUES
jrai very capably directed by began a boycott against White CHICAGO In 2.000 yr.rsi
Mrs., Cverrreen Murphy. home merchants in protest against! a there will be no problem of race f TO $12.00
teacher at North Dade in America in the of
economics local law which changed the city opinion a NATIONALLY FAMOUSDRESSES
and Car! Rhetta. coordinator of Baltimore geneticist ,
boundaries and excluded moat
the Adult Academic program at Dr. Bentley Glass of Johns
North A BJ tern. The entire projectwas Negro voters Hopkins University says the
chaired by Mrs Edna J. WIN I The building provides Identical genes of white and non-white
liams. Mrs Rubie Mixell u basiteus facilities lot both races. It has will be so mixed through Intermarriage -
of the local chapter of Alpha I aspirate ticket office, entrances in the population that
KAppa Alpha Sorority. 1! and concession stands.A aU persons will have about the $1.00 to $5.00
I ceiling to floor partition same color.
down the center ct the building He apoke to the American As
Bus IntegrationPlea i segregates the audience t Kdation for the Advancement oi VALUES TO $35.00 NATIONALLY FAMOUS
The Negro side has 336 seats Science here. Children's and Mens Clothing
Denied | and the White aide 334 I
I' The Macon Theater Is the only APPAREL WHOLESALERS

MOBILE Ala. A federal order white movie in Macon. County A Negroes, who outnumber whitesIn 127 N.W. 2nd St. (Take elevator to 2nd floor)
refused Tuesday to
judge drive-in theater is operated for the county.'
Mobile buM dee-Te'at d with Phone FR 7-2943 FASHION MART BUILDING
out a hearing on the merits of
the case
U S District Judge Daniel H.
Thomas denied a petition bytwo NIGHTINGALE COLLEGEAnnounces
Negroes asking a summary
Judgement The judge had taken
the motion under consideration SUE'SHealth
lait November. New Winter Classes For
Charles, F Wilson of nsa-
cola, FU.. and Clarence E. Moses I
of Mobile' attorneys for the
petitioners had requested the Physicians AssistantsJANUARY
summary Judgwnent on {rounds Reducing Center
the defendants faded "to admitor
deny requests' for admissionsand 12, 1960
affidavits.-
The Judgement gave no reason 601 N. W. 2nd Ave.
for the denial o> his verdict ENROLL NOW

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Thurgood Marshall's 1959
SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1960 PAGE 7't





Report on Deseoreoation


""a* a.,
against segregated facilities we end the litigation
In an abbreviated' '
report (
the or are vetting' more support from the We have," more ea year 1969. Thurfood Alar-
general public than ever bfof rc. today than ever before. We are
shall director-counsel at the Each it becomes clearer to for aid
year j recc.vjng more requests
NAACP Legal Defense
and Educational the average American in the I I than ever before: and. with the
Fund summed up theyear's South that delay' is 'proving too rented assurance cf more Integration -
activities as a marked step costly that desegregation is inevItable and team governmentally
fonAard toward ending enforced and that this is something
racial segregation. Of primary he can work out rather than to I Imposed segregation year by year
importance is the fact that despitethe fellow will-o'-the-wisp schemes I 'Ae are fortunate In being able to rNM
best combined efforts of the in the hope for some miracle to continue at the heightened terftpa
southern states the year showed
the end of the program of "mas

live acceptance resistance of at least and a token reluctant com Foster Mother's Christmas Meeting .1

piiance in the more obstinate

state J
In Little Rootsae! saw the federal ::
courts declare unconstitutional ,
the latest efforts of Governor
Faubas to keep' public schools
ttlcko to integra v- I, ais
demonstrated
that the religious and business'
leaden of the city when pushedto
the wall and faced with the
choice integration or no schools e
would themselves choose .token r
integration and iiulst that the r rk

schools ibe reopened,, Likewise in
areas of Virginia and other southern
states religious and business
leaders have taken heart and are l
now planning to keep theft
scnooU open even in the face ofintegration.
This significant movement -
seems to insure at least token
integration in practically: .. at ,?tom r
every southern within the
next yearMarshall. % I


that neither pointed Negro parents out further nor In Fine Whiskey. .

tncir lawyers would settle lot

mere token integration. They arc The Children Service liar; tau t:::-: ( ': r: :r.,' (; c-I-jpt-vv! FLEISCHMANN'S
determined that the southern Foster Mother's Club held' its tartxa IIcard ,) was for these
states must comvJy with the Supreme Christmas Party on Dec 2V at ( ,t cnjlhcta g.ve them up,
Court's decision which the Community Services Uu AIn &JUT ( ur) l"f taping up nights
means integration in good faith at 395 NW 1st It t'cxnfurt.ng thin and giving, then is the BIG buy!

throughout. the school system. Shown in the picture reading the extra warmth and aM,xrtton ....e.,.
Therefore the year of I960 should from left to right are Me dam.. 'that WM so badly netted!
see an increase in the tempo of Rater, Slater, Albury UaiUou.
school both the Dcbrow Stewart Robinson Thee Joter motners prvvtdean
litigation costing Curry
itair-step plan of integrating and Anderson. Not shown amftlecdamcs tndisyynsatole part uf the 90 PROOF is why !
grade and the pupil assignmentplan Albert Davis, James Cniidnn's Service Bureau's.
aimed at keeping integration Dillard Charles Walton and Joe plaeetnent program and more
at the barest minimum. t Howard. homes like theirs are needed.
We also can expect that dying For maD11f"An. this group has An> Me. iMre* struggle in the truly recalcitrant shared their homos:: with children their .feme* plee call PR 43166 riClSOMMANN DISTIL LINO CORPORATION NEW YORK OilY
areas to prevent any integration. needing! foster care until a more f r further' < information.Chudrcns .
.
permanent' f4an could be workedout Stn-x Bureau is
Marshall also noted the efforts
for them. sup, oiled' by he Ln.ed Fund
of state legislative bodies, governors During this. period. 104 N>gro and your c *- ,bu". :n helps 'opuw :
attorneystenetai and even children were transferred from de < _.i r::1r; 'ter c.".. drC"ft." Our Classified Columns Get Fast Result
same state bar associations
to prevent the NAACP Legal Defense ..
and Educaiionai Fund from
continuing to render financial aid EASTER SEAL
and legal services to Negro parent
reeking to obtain their lights VOLUNTEERSNEEDED YOUR CREDIT IS O.K. ATBAKER'S
The record during the got year
shows almost conclusively' that,
despite the tame' and money need
ed to defend against suca actionswe
have been able to do that and R B, Rub<<1a I III. prcftieVnt of dept.
at the same' time continue to render the local Crippled: Children
aid to the Negro parents and Society. Issued' a special I aPP<<'U;
others tang their rights, today for volunteers both. mm store
and umcn, to assist m the preparation
Marshal pointed out the litigation -
uf the annual 1 mass. ma..
during the' past aim
year
tot of Easter Seals scheduled O
ed recreational at raiKVinf facilities segregation, eating fa-In go in the mail to Dade CounUaru 137 North Miami Avenue
March 17Organised
ctlitK tn bus terminals train
stations and airports as well all groups' seeking a
cases such as the one in Green- service project or interested tn
vine S. C., to remove segregated helping, with typing' stuffing and
waiting rooms in airports These' sorting the mail may arrange t. NO MONEY' DOWN r
kinds of ca-es 'will, of course be work evenings at te Society's Rehabilitation
of continued interest in the forthcoming Center 1475 NW
year' 14th ave OrgaAizaUonai leaden

It iaas also stressed that the may get full details by contact
year 1969 sa* a resurgence ofrequests ing toe Society in person or by ;;- v ;|

for legal help in ending. phone. I I I :>?ypi >v>:'.V .' k'::': '-. '.'" ""'"V" !' '"" V "'.-*'"'' ."/" > .. ; : -Vr'* ,;"*;"''.?l'//-X/-v: .' /
segregation in northern areas and The Barter Seal Sale ope-a1:
it fe expected in the year 1MO March' 1? and closes April 17
that there will be a itopped- p Mrs. Raybond M. Jenkins. is servIng :bujpii| :jjifj lpttrn0( % FiirtiliiiJireiAppliances
program to eliminate' segregationin her third term as chairmanof
housing. education and other the 1MO Easter Seal Sale appeal
yoMflffl
facilities in the North u well as s r 1

the South. ."" '' .'' .'' 1I
signifieaat -. : : :. I
Ali in all. the most '

because factor during of the the fst sustained year U drive that Join The NAACP shop with conf/c/ence In 0nc pjf f ',,


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v.V"' _-. ,.".J.J7 ".. ,_. .;r 'Tt'J7 .AfJ TA County Newsy ,! !!"!J!


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------- -- -- -- -- Waiter Bows OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
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A Jtt'W book. -I ls e Seared Focttoei. brochure on siege cell anemia: -- -- r

America." .* iiaaaMMt'taf- **)**- primed u a ?ubiic service: !byis
Tile S* rih' U'dje N* $U
It :is tiuipui+ b? 14 artllee A.piaa KJpy. Aphsa; c extty a
ties Mwee" at .wtim are )1... ramie t' ter peree '',. will at sat tVday 8...*&L Jaa. 15 FRI.. SAT., SUN., MON.TrYE.
DHMI'.u $.r arr. 1I secs OCHU. .-.riLel'Stl :at th* MamMUc Twapi oe Perad -
oat far
mass of tfe* c.*...S CIIIMC.h :...a.. aewoaaU el aeeaey lave beteraa.t : hens sro asked w be prtrwm aadW

"'- presents :M vae Jar s.cregatsae bsse.t I- .e .erector Wand se tIIIM. Ymndo
Clare kh.m. M.. JAr.I :
eee
; and Ma ryAslMswre' 2esca'ce c< t4tas seeded
fomer enoftJ1.;" eat e( the dry a'rttt .#it3 we loss sv na As& aresesaty. this yCAIrBiL1v1j

Arkansas GHt" e. .a. wr.tes oa ..itte.Caacuaet. i
racial harma&y. Cons-en big picture

Tae introduction l'tTeralIbAt i ro.w:: eut Its sekkeee I Iu :: '
the prob.em: is discussed in three a 'd "......noc't'IU4-c'It.y a", at tie Carver Lounae Motel at

charters, rather than cne cartel -mec Ifeeir distfeg.thed: LH11. members are asked
cause America's feeoags be--I daughter at iateraatecal faaae: +: V> be prtxnt, J T Dwna is presI I GABY fOOPEftHltA HAY WORrB1VANUEFLIN

nation differ so pointedly &n the was in anew3anee of the -:3': '
Boule AlpUI The Catate ealled a specialmeetiag 1 TABHI TW -
race prob.em that a single chap of Alpha Kappa
I :UMC T ****?r coaeerning!
ter would. not Include enough Sorority She was First Soprerae
salient facet This book is indeed vice president far four terms.Newspapers tie co
challenging and enlightening.The local and national The permit has beenrenewed
about aSMl ...... a*4e between I
tremendous
coverage
gave
evening cf Jan. 24, Carnegie acccanpiishmenU and activities. he mttfiMgt eenytete the THEYCAME TO CORDOBA

Hall in New York City, One of the most delightful affairs buurfin Work h** already been

will be the scene of a star stud .was a party ,given in her started. IDlU ccniI1QIlt tWJI
ded t Umoaiai given in honor bcnor at the Women's Clubbouse.AKAt ... ') ,-- DIG UII "--t:- i ..
Roland: Bttirowa" rvtttrned to
of A. Phiulp Ranooiph. This respected e I __poocRT ROSStN
.., .
Hallaadate from Connecticut --- -------
American leader has tie new national officers
en intelligent leadership in the are; }Dma Brinkley. Pnlladel- where he spent the past summer ,
He is speiMttfuc time in HaOan-
ail embracing cause of "equal opportuiuly ton Mass, second supreme vice
ttr ail people." He isrounding dent Joycdyn Whitehead Boston dale with Alfred Anderveo.Rusvoe -pws-

out 70 years and cost Mass, second supreme tee Parson
will
of these years have been givento president; Sally McClatchay. .. manageD
the cause of the labor movement graduate member at large.
of at 5432 SW 17th it Oen daily
He is vice president
AFLr-CIO and j-rewdent of the Many hearts are heavy with except" Monday, from 9 sjn. to I
International motherhood 01 grief because of the sudden death 9 pm. Friday sad Saturday from I Day and Jack Lemmon

Sleeping Car Porters.Mr. of Maude Brown Porter (vice 9 am to 10 ...1ft. Walter !:

Randolph, has many "fam principal of Central High School, proprietor. kN'f'.j

ily-friends" in this area, two. of Louisville Ky) past supreme!
them are Mrs. A. D (TiU) Hubert prudent of AKA. Her last service The Beauticians Guild of West

owner uf Theresa Fk *rr to the sorority was in the Hollywood and Ial andale Invite STARTS TUESDAYALL
and Mrs. Madge IOitler preparation and conduction' of you to attend a coffee hour sun-I'
Shop
of arithmetic in theelementary the National Memorial Service day Jan. 31 at the home ef
supervisor schools of DadeOeuaty. during the boule. Olra C<.:pt'r' at 9 p.m. at 811W
and ... ..S 2nd ave Hailandalc: Come and THE ANGER IN THIS MAN
Many organjzaucas
Mends are sending eungratua- The Annual Holiday Season enjoy this sip after churcto. ...ALL THE SUSPENSE THE W

for the occasion. Breakfast given by the Chapman. I
tory message SCREEN CAN HOLD...TOGETHER
Board of Greater Bethel AME THere will be an open Rouse

The retnara&c Lorraine Hans- Church Rev S. A. Cousin, pas at the butte of Ernest Smith, I THEY MAKE THE GREATNESS OFHARRY
S317 SW 24th si. sponsored by tat
author of the Urtadway tor. was attended by 129 people.
berry.
smash "A Kainin' in The The breakfast -was served at the! Voters League cf Wet !Hollywood -
BIt tt A
Refreshment served
Son** has garnered anothes acme cf; Mrs. Daisy W11*n. I .

Mademoiselle' Merit
award The initial meeting for 1960 t
Award. She now in the process -
is
was held at the home of UK
uf completing: : a novel, tier
president Mrs. Inez lUrdknon.
background and achievement 16311 NW IS th avein Opa
bring U. mind this story: A small
Uicka Officers of the board are r
Nt'gru buy SUMX watching the Mrs Hattle Banks, first vice' LOVELYHOMES 1
balloon man at the circus. Sud-
president Mrs. Albertha Greene,
red balloon broke lone I
deny, a
secretary; Miss Clarice Turner,
and soared. upward until it could
assistant Mrs. Marie
secretary;
scarcely be *,*.en. So many people Glenn treasurer.

were attracted by the incidentthat ._i o i
the vendor thought it might
Create }1H
in me a clean heart 0
be '.od basinets to let another y
God and '
renew a right: spirit
the string of a
6.0. So he slipped within me. Psalm 31:10.
bright yeltoA balloon, and latera '

white one. "When you are no longer p1. ,

Tae bLUe boy MoOd there, as criticized you have finished and FOR SALE H ; t ,

if W4iung for sumsthng. Finally the world will speedily forget a
he >>kfld. "Mister if you sent the you." __
black one up. would it go as high --.....
For the above quotations we are
&& the others?
indebted Mrs. Ellen V. BElAFOHIEROBERTRYAN'SHElLEyWlNTERJED
Tae bauoen man with an understanding to Woolen. ffr

smile, released the Northwestern Senior. High.This I "" BEOEf c 6UHA GRAHAHEXSZSZSX5?
i ; .
black: balloon as he said, "Sonny.It -- --
isn't the color It'he stuff corner' extends happy ;
inside that makes It rise." birthday wishes to Dorothy Me-
KeUar. Joseph A. Mackey Alberta PLUS -

NOERS'DAY Campbell. "Breeze" Brown,
Margaret Adams Minnie Reeves
January 16 is a day of great Frank 1 FOUR OFTODAVS MOST EXCITING STARS
Zen Phi Beta. Colon Verdelle Hcpkins, Low Down Payments t ,..
Sorority significance Inc.to Zeta women in the Annie Belle Adams, Hannah Edwards IN THE MOST SCORCHING DRAMA OF

United Stator, Cun.,e and Africa Dorothy. Helen Edwards Hlggs, Agnes Norfolk Hezeklah Va-. Easy Monthly Terms YOUNG PEOPLE TO IGNITE THE SCREEN IN YEARS!

wul pause to pay homage WIts
Fred Johnson i11kentW1t.on
founders Phi Beta bi roaftaivrnity. I HAIWAIUS1
Francis Clarke and to all ** : >a
their brothers, and
cf my loyal readers of this I
Arizona Summon: Myrtle Faithful -
column who were born between
Viola Goings, Fannie" Watts, Jan. 10 and 16. hope that your Only 1 Mortgage "career"w
Pearl Nee!. their "pearls.
birthday will start a wonderful
Miami and Ft Lauderdale
year" for each of
Zeus will be gut of Palm you .

Peach Zetas in a closed observance
ceremony This observance Treniers at Holy

marks the beginning of 40 yean

of perpetuating the phik Shy on Redeemer SaturdayThe Third Ave.Realty
which Zeta Phi Beta Sororitywas
.
established.' fabulous Treniers will entertain -
Dr. Deborah C Wolfe, pr 'n- at Holy Redeemer School

sot of education at Queens Col Hall. 1301 NW list at. Saturday
late Near York, u the nationalpresident. Jan. 16 Come and have fan with

Mrs Marguerite V. the Trenien. Bring your friends.
Miller instructor at North Dade
Time-< 4-6.30 pro. Refreshmenta.
Jr.-Sr. High School is president Admission by doaaUon.CONSOLIDATE .

-of the Miami.. chapter. 742 NW 3rd Ave.
I S.
Mere than 500 delegates attended YOUR b.

the 45th Conclave Phi BILLS I I

Beta. Sipna Fraternity in Wash W. Refinance. Your FR 4.3297
ington D. C. at the Wiilard Ho. M Mortoag.
tel. R. O. Sutton of Atlanta. Ga.. AND
was elected national presidentand No Payments' Until March 1 a, ks
No Ball on -or aa low as
P. 1. Moore of Baltimore.
NE 4.0394
I
The 46th 11,000 til Month
Mr- vice president
conclave, I960, will be held in 12.000 129 Month
$
,000
130 Month
New York City. MIAMI S. Hutcheson Jr.
On January 4. William V. S. NATIONAL ,

TiAxnan, an outstanding Sigma MORTGAGE
inaugurated. for the fourth; FR 3-5446 RegisteredReal / Mtsr..fs
wa JE 2-2822
time M president of the Repub- Estate Broker llJiKi'ilWWI.ITT MW0lt10N. AMHOsY.1AMU ttZ
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gee said a man slipped In the
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA FEDERAL SERVICE: Bartender Hit, side door of the station grabbed -
,,
I the machine and ran.

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1960 ENTRANCE Thief Takes $108


EXAMS OPEN A holdup man whacked a I
IN
SUM DOWN
bartender over the head with a LADIES

In-Around The BahamasBy beer bottle during a $108 stick-
accepted -
Applicants the are 1960 now Federal einf Ser- up last Monday night. YOUR HOME
for
67 of Ifarry'sBar
John C. Hifgs, ,
The
By A. H. McKENZIE vice Entrance examination. 5960 NW 27th ave.. uf- STAUFFERHOME
United States Civil Service Commission fered cuts and bruises when he

announced today. Mras hit with the bottle by' one I PLAN

.Jtussell was charged for sale, and for using obscene This .bt the examination, lint of three thugs. They took $100 1
<**<** utM.iing a live pound coun- language. Spence told the court announced in 1953, through whichpeojJe from the cash register and $4 Offer you reducing in
_.... i.u.e oa i> c. 17. ne U>*d that he was just having a Christmas of college caliber may be- firm each of two patrons. home. Free dem-
_. ..--*. u.a.De cud not kno* party for his friends. The gin a 'career' in the Federal Civil] Meanwhile, a thief ran off your own
...** war, uo gi, and nemrWM friends ran when the police arrived Service in one of some 60 differ with a $150 adding machine onstration. Call FR :3-6977
..... lie/ 104 Lt%:. dl. Kusseil. on the scene. Spence was sentenced ent occupational fields. The Jobs from the Save-Way gas station,. indf
._ .a awuo* wnen be bougnt to one year, in prison. to be filled' from the FSEE are in 10300 NW 7th ve.
o_ 1ua1be store of Lulat various Federal agencies and are) Fred' Hudson, 010, the mana
her with Fire completely' destroyed Kel- D. C and ,
.*u i-urucg and paid located in Washington ,
u..-a.u new noic. ly'a Bakery on Shirley Street throughout the United States. k
early Christmas morning. The
was charged
Mitten storms
Vk. mvuig rtwierial. for forging.c disaster has put the business out Examination is open to college'
c ia .c/ naves, engraving upon. of operation and about 40 personsout juniors seniors and graduates: MAGNOLIA GARDENAPARTMENTS
"...-u are noua supposing to be of work. The building was regardless of major study and
y..t i>*,.*jTii n oovwnment notes insured. persons who have had equivalent
..w v,.,ui ,oMte soa ot tnose note. experience Starting salaries will,
a. .. ***.rf 1 uuu Williams. aide. Carlisle Albury who contracted be either ...040 or $4,960 a year i
..., p.._ *nue ne AM doing to provide overland' transportation depending on the qualifications I!
tilt Prison. for the Bahamas Airways of the 'candidate. Management
uie *ox
-' a*
at Eleuthera and transportation 'internships trill also be filled

wi4T.es **. A-a. who returned b. boat from the airstrip to Harbor from this examination with starting Furnished or Unfurnished Apts.
.. in tae United Island found his ttatlon warm I salaries of SU 80 and $3,983
1." i we piojtct
*.*** rtcvnuy, was sentenced for under 10 feet of >water at the a year. STOVES AND REFRIGERATORS CHEAP RATES
Creek and the glass of his trust
p..astdu ol unlicensed' pistoL smashed' on Christmas morning., The first written test was held
roe tuut we CvUrt that someone Some persons at Eleuthera. it is on October 17, 1959 for those who 14255 N.W. 22nd AvenueWI
from him
two. tae *un and $22.40 applied by October 1939.
,
he said, think that they should be
W tuee be was curunx and that given the overland' business. Three other tests have also 7-2420
co-u not tend it. lie wu fined been scheduled under this .nr-

S140.llUwrt. Florida Branches to examination Dates are Fe4nu.i' (Across the Street From Magnolia Hospital)
sty 13, \April 9 and May' 14, 1960.
Young uf Laird Street Observe NAACP +' See Super. anytime in Apt. 2
was arrested and charged! with Acceptance of applications for
suuong AU wile, Monemary on Woman's Day Manafement Internships will be
!h, 21. She was taken to \h.l'r.ucda closed on January 28. For all
Margaret Hospital wheresae Mrs. Myrtle M. Davis, retired other poRition. the dosing date is
lemameu on the critical list school teacher and member ot I April 28 1960
a lew cu)s, but is improving the Florida State Conference of For further information/ call the
Branches executive' board announced Urban League. FR 1.6476 OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
IVicr lUchard-on Hall retired this week that the conference -
school Usactxx and Justice of the has set aside Sunday THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
Peace died at Limners, Middle Jan. 31 as NAACP Woman's Day Beautiful Home
Cameos, on IXt 27. lie was 82. in Florida. cm PSYCHIC READER
"Many NAACP branches are Your Lot
The term uf future appointment planning to have mass meetingsat
; to toe Legislative Council
which. prominent women are { +i L t
will be ten >ars instead of being invited to address the audiences -
Ule .. It has bean in previous ," Mrs. Davis said '")In.
years. Tees ts a sew constitutional Constance Baker Motley special
change mack by the Queen. It assistant to Mr Thurgood Mar
will not affect present members shall and one of the nation's top x
of tee Couacu.: Cad.be amend- women lawyers, will head the
meat a number may serve a second -
long list of speakers. Mrs. Motley
.. .
C.inpl.te b.lldhq ssrvla
ten <4 five years, and 111 will speak in Pencacola on that
spvcUi circumstances," a third day who is chairman. of the Committee PLANNING
Um of five years or less. on Woman's activities for BUILDING
the State Conference wrote: "Oneof
Jtonaki Dames, 16, son ct Cap- the untapped sources for helpIng FINANCING
tain Kuland Danx. had been in the work of NAACP in. Yarn New Hare
miMini Since Dec. 22 and was Florida has been our women.
truoaiy. downed at Clifton Pier. Many of them are willing and REPAIRINQREMODELING
The buy *as oa the sloop "Octavius" ready to work but .*. have notopenly .
with his father and Ivan
approached>> them.** She RENOVATING
McKinney, IS, on the way from urged' that aU branches cooperate LK ny lean of Kiprrtonc* guide and protrrt yfta throairfc

Nassau to Sandy Point, Abaco. in the -wtrk by promoting over Twenty Yr *f Life Y a lighthouse guide UM. ahip In a Cora
Tae seep: mast was broken .n
more activities in which women C.n.trvcties
a storm on the previous night and of Florida play an Important ExpoHtnc mii.t oniKioi FAIL YOU HUB MB
they drifted until Tuesday after- part. O.arant 4 Batofactlea.
For Success in Business And LOT.
B*-n to about three miles off
Cut urn Pier, where they anchored S l rrnC CONSULT HER -
toe vessel The two boys were J. F. DEAL STUDIO
snt in an outboard motor boatto 307 N.W. 2nd Ave. !: ( (!)(jHE 0 You can now have your home made happy
seek help iron Nassau ;, Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

Approaching Clifton, the dlngaieMB We apt and .nlarg. plcturv .f 54171 tl Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
McKinney awn back to By the help of God she can help you
the boat, but Ronald tried to reach your loved OHM at half prlc. 1121 N.W. 29th StreetM

tAe share. He has not been seen.I Phone FR 4- 034 laal. Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
trouble
The junkanooet came to town
It will pay you to call and see. this Gifted MIloi Fleet
b;g4 Uaxisg Day. Leonard Bartlett, W1 ere tbott sad. emu yearly for bp and odiIce, JOG too can

"Banana Tree." won first prize be torched by this truir n,......... power
al".n. $140. The second prize
went to. "Immigration Officer and TELEVISIONSNO WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

Haitian." $84. Thousands lined' Th Mine God who drttTrrwd M MW. and lk. rhlMrvn. of Israel

Day Street, some perched on ot old is UU afire today ami will open a way for yew UmxajcbUM
roofs and trees to see the -
spectacular t.r'uIIIbl..taa of Uf'. Let MC him that U blind lead JOG oryo
parade.
stumble with hta.
MONEY DOWN
Ralph a;ence did not have a Do yoa doubt tIM eiUtror of thine brrauaa yo. cannot see
haupy New Year. The court convicted tbMB

him on Dec. 29 for selling What do you think of she InvUlbU ...... and enaDlla that
tiquor without a license, possession aoak Wlrrl Ti.*pbone. Itadio and THrrUInn
a. 1..bIeT
& of 69 bottles of rum, gin
and brandy and 14 cases of beer A seed brfnre It sprouts, lie ronrealed' af
j tK tOaR, dark earth or womb of Xarmw. TIIKRK IA AX "CXIIESX


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lIOME with the one who Is an 1 ft

authority. Whose private .i t-
consultation will evolve you

t to a higher state of mind.
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''A Raisin in the Sun" Author Namedof I I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I

I SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1960 PAGE It



THE YMCALIGHTIN world. It operates on every eon
'The 10 Young Women of the Tear'Mademoiselle's A DARK major Unent city.Wherever and. In practically every

the YMCA goes- and.
WORLD
it goes almost everywhere' it
becomes a vital force in the life
Few International movements of the community. It's record' of
on behalf of peace understanding
achievement overseas, as set
and brotherhood among the 1 I forth In a recent surrey Is a
nations five promise of more enduring -
story of schools and Christian
worth than that of the living, sports and
Young Urn's Christian Association laughter
;
people of good will job and
Louis Port-
according to H.
health friendship love and understanding
lock Jr., central chairman of theprogram
across the line
committee. This
conceptof dividing nations and across those
the -yo, function may seem
even more Impregnable frontiers
novel to those who have thought
of race creed and social status.
of it only as a local or National
In the global field Mr. Port-
organization dedicated to welfare l-
the leek
joints out further ther
of boys and men. and women
Is engaged' In exporting good will
and girls. In addition to its .
fellowship and understanding.Attend
local activities at the Carver
YMCA activities at theCal'ftr
Branch Mr. Portico stated that
branch' each day during
the YMCA reaches out around the .
YMCA Week.JABBERWOCK
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School 7007 NW 12th ave. or call I
PL 4-5491 between the hours of I
2-10 pm. IS COMING!

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ENROLL NOW IN
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1959 Merit Award Winners, honored for signal achievement during the SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL

past yean (1) Teresa Derganza, opera singer (2) Lorraine Ilansberry, playwright (3) I g For a Uf Long Profession

Penny Fitou, skier t (4) Maya Plisetskaya, ballet dancer (5) Elizabeth Roetner, astrono |.
Florida's Oldest Reliable and School
inert (6) Mona Rosct, fashion designer} (7) Gael Greene, newspaperwoman| (8) Ingrid Complete

Timlin, actress} (9) Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, author (with one of her two children)| 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-3998

(10) Shirley O'. 'eil, special award winner "for heroism (seen here with two of her.

charges at a Catholic Youth Organization summer school)* ....... r"r r ..,d<-


I NEW YORK N.Y. Lorraine PUntaff. Art JUa. devotes' herIUnberry. FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE
jrrtty Chicago play- self to s program of observing Tax Classes
wrt ht. is today _the winner of.s faint comets. Income
119S9 Merit Award from Mademoiselle MONA ROSET, who was a 1MB
[ raaczrtae. scholarship& graduate the Par At Northwestern MIAMIDinners
Fu the seventeenth successive sons School, at Design The Department of Internal JOHNSON OF
I year awards were preseated' to ELIZABETH MARSHALL, Revenue will again offer elassos
ten young women in their twenties THOMAS, whowas born In Boa-, at the Nohtwestern Adult Center
and early thirties -who have ton, was at Radcllffe studyinganthropology I this semester.' The sessions will
already dicti&ruUhed themselvesin when her family be held! for three successive: Tuesdays Parties Weddings Passport
their field and are expectedto began to make expeditions to the Fees S. I, !' at 7 p.m.
achieve even greater honors" Kalahari Desert of South-West Ttie (enerat' public is cordially" Home Movies Baby Pictures a Specialty
according to Betsy Talbot Black Africa in order to film the llf. invited to partieapat in then
well MadcmoUeUe's. editor-la-' of the Kung Bushmen. chaises which have proved extremely
chief. IXGRTD THUUN. Swedish ac- helpful in the past Admission 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294
Her background is straight out tress, who like Carlo, has in bet U free.
the makings of a myth For further Information go to
of f&rtablc any bright Chicago young home life, two-* yeanat com the Nortnwwtern Senior II 1 g b -4 '4: "'Ii 1"' 1 r .. -t r u F""'< ...A......... .. ..' ::1:...

Cooperative Club - --
college and rune years dabbling
in New York. The difference' is
her Broadway smash hit, "A Gives Party
at Moderate RateaCallBONDED
Raisin in he Sun* which won the For The Finest Apartments
New York Drama Critics' Circle The Women's Coop< ward for being last season's best' gave a cocktail party Ithe
American play Currently finishing beautiful Club Palace recently tocelebrate
a movie script of 'Raisin,' her their 11th anniversary.Since COLLECTION
future plans include an opera its inception this club has
libretto: a visit to West Africa contributed' to such organizstiona
eccnpleting a novel as the Hart Fund, the Home for -
the Aged The Hctne for DelinQuent -
The fields of the other Young
Children and the Christian ,
W tcnrn of the Year (who are I Inc.
Memorial Hospital AGENCY
.
featured' in January Mademoiselle ;
The officer of the dub are M
>)> axe. highly various one
fellows: Mrs. Bertha McKlver, ,
u a stargazer, another a movie
president; Mrs Kittyvia Thompson,
tar So are their backgrounds -
.
president and reporter; Mrs.LoUta
Sweden, Spain, the Soviet Union, Spears, secretary; Mrs.
fir .
example.Here Matti Harris, assistant secretary;
are the other winners: Mrs Sarah PuHom treasurer;
rental
and
TERESA BCRGANZA who baa Mrs Jesoerett Batten, assistanttreasurer. The largest collection .
been calkd "the most ex.dtiAll Mrs Nettle Merine,
new tinker in opera." chaplain Mrs Louise Fisher, sick agency in the South; operating in '
GAEL GRE&NE, reporter and cnnmiUee; Mrs. Zella Brown.jooLsl .

feature Post.. writer for the New York I 1 Tucker, oramttte past president. : Mrs Rose Dade and Broward Counties'

PENNY PTTOU who learned to Among the guests were Mrs.
ski on her family's New Hampshire Connie Saunders. president cJJoktteUe Negro Housing areas
farm a nd at 17 wax a member Club. Mrs Myrtle M.
of our 1956 Olympic team. Davis president of the Florida
MAYA PLISETSKAYA, of theDolbot State Association of Colored Women's L L BROOKS, Prtsldtnt
Theatre Ballet Clubs; also Mr. and Mrs
DR. ELIZABETH ROEMER. Aaron Jooes of Battle Creek
who. m her!' poet as astronomer at I Mich:! brother and siiter-inlawI oi i MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

the N S. Naval Observatory at I Mrs Thompson. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

BROWARD COUNTIES

TV SALE

ONLY $1.00 DOWN #

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1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 '1 -V CY, INC.

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Weekly Hoer (4 I .

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BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE 1171 N.W. t2fitf St. OX 1.442S
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.i MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA I Southland Singers r

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1960 The Southland Singers will appear I

in concert at Mt. Zion AME
Church. Rev. C. J. Jenkins

I pastor Sunday, Jan. 24.
CARDSMEMORIALS "I will sing of mercy and Justice !
unto thee 0 Lord, will slag
__ -9-....... praise."-101 Psalm. 1st verse.
Rosa L. Pinkstcn reporter
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn

We. the family! of the late LEGAL NOTICE
s MRS. LUCILLE EDGECOMDE memory of our darling sister NOTICE UNDER FICTITITOU

S take this method to express our NAME LAW
I
.
ELLA VICTORIA FIELDS
' sincere thanJu to the many persons Notice is hereby given that t he .
friends and associates who who passed away Jan. 13, 1959. undersigned desiring to engage UNBRIGHT UPHOLSTERY
. so greatfully aided and assisted May she rest in peace and light in business under the fictitious FOR LEASE WORK

s during their bereavement.We perpetual shine upon her. name of GRADVS SERVICE all of furniture.
Mrs. Clara Newbold sister COMPLETE EQUIPPED, modern We cover types
extend special thanks to Mrs Edna Culmer sister STATION, BODY AND FENDER restaurant ood 1449 NW 3rd Ave.. FR 71239.F8
Miami. 3314.
' the M. S. Allen Funeral Home SHOP 541 N.W. 20th St. location. Ci OX
' and staff the Rev. Father JohnE. Florida, Intends to register t he good
of St. said name with the Clerk of the
Culmer members Acnes WANTEDHELP FOR RENT
\ Episcopal Church and the many DEATHS Circuit Court of Dad County,

t others who donated cars sent Fla. WANTEDOPPORTUNITIES
ROOM for rent In
Grady V. GIpson, Owner FURNISHED
men
I flowers sent cards and telegrams for Negro
J30 quiet home. 2161 NW 56th st,
\ May Gad bless all of you. and women. You can earn u you
I Euctir Ertgiwmb" busband Range team. rhone FR 4-1581. J16 NE 4-5025.

Mrs. Hortcns Lucas. Dght. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS FURNISHED ROOMS. All modern
S Theodore Eustice Jr. Wimfaerley Johnson of Augusta BEAUTY OPERATORS downtown
conveniences near
, Richard William andChauncey Ga.. a visitor to the city during NAME LAW WANTED AT I call FR 3-9327 or
parking
diedin that tht Lilian's Beauty Shoppe, 115 ,
sons the Christmas holidays Notice is hereby given 721 NW 6th ave.
Sybil Boggle sister Jackson Hospital on Jan. 7. undersigned desiring to engage NW ard aw. phone FR 1-1111.1 apply

a Vera McKinney, sister He is survived by his widow in the business of distributing Good opportunity for right per- LOOKING FOR A clean room

I Ella Thomas sister Amy, who accompanied him on Negro publications under the fictitious sons. with private bath and kitchen?
I the trip his mother, several sisters name of COMMUNITY Call OX 14864.FURNISIiED .
: IN MEMORIAM and brothers. Final rites and NEWS AGENCY at 1616 NW 57th FOR SALE
burial were conducted In Milieu Terrace Miami Florida intendsto ROOM. Private
I In mem ry of my dear husband Ga. register the said name with Dry Cleaning and Laundry
home. Call PL 8-0737 or apply
c Circuit Court of 944 NW
the Clerk of the business good location 1376 NW 70th St
, Mrs. Mary McKelvery of 6289 Dade County, Fla. Mth It. Alter 2:30 pan. lad

3W 59th =lace, South Miami, diedat C. Gaylord Rolle FURNISHED ROOM in Liberty
her residence. She is survived Sylvia E. RoUe', Owners 1798 NW 79th street. Refrigerator -
City. 1454 NW 71s t It., OX
, by two daughters Mesdames D26. J 2, I, 11 $35; gas stove $U; electric 12133.FURNISHED.
t Mary 1. Butler and Rutha Tan stove $35. PL 48012. indf
JI ner a acn Roosevelt Jackson of
2 ROOMS with
Richmond Heights and eight Beauticians 2 sham
House For Sale Attcntkn :
1t Jm -bath and kitchen 1223 NW
grandchildren. poo chairs list $35 $15 cash each) 66th st NE 5-6779.
Funeral services will be conducted 3058 N.W. 59th St. 4 new Ullman jet blower dryers,
on Saturday. Jan. 16 at list $134.50. $75 cash each. Phone ROOMS FOR MEN ONLY. Hot

I p-m. at Mt Nebo Baptist Small down payment PL 7-5844. and cold water. Reasonable rate
s
Church of South Miami. Rev. J.
2009 NW 5th place.
J E Murray the pastor will off Medium sized print shop, letterpress -
t ciate. Burial in Evergreen.Walter Very good deal offset for sale or lease 2-BEDROOM HOUSE unfurnished.
Liberty City. F. J. North.
near
17.50 week, also one
M per
Call Mr. Allen TU 88636.LOVELY .
I Parker of 2130 Wilmington bedroom house $17. 2220: NW lilt
y
\ Rit : St. Opa Lccka was pro FR 3-5446-J 2.2622 3-bedrocm home for st. Phone MU 1-5740, TU 8-6985.
nounced dead arrival at Jackson
1 on -
sale. Near 10th and 60th st
ave.
) Hospital on Jan. 9. His survivors NICE CEAN ROOM. Kitchen
Corner lot 75 x 107. lox downpayment.
include his widow Mrs. privileges. House to yourself.
For further
information
, :1 S Carrie Parker, three sons Walter Gentleman only. $8 and $10 week.
contact' Mr. Johnacn. 1024 NW
Jr. Oxtli and Norman three NE 55283. J23
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I : daughters Mesdames Lucille Only $895 DownNew 60th *t, phone PL 40792.

( .. .. Howard. Mattie Brown and Ella NW 56th st area. Very nice 2-BEDROOM APT. Furnished
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s JaciuoiL three sisters Mesdames 2-brdroom home with Florida FOR RENT or unfurnished. All modern.
t GEORGE ROBINSON Ada Tyler Mamie King and Ev- room. Could be used as third Adults. Phone MU 1-0325. 729
who. departed on Jan. 18, 1959. erlena Chambers, a brother, bedroom extra utility room on PARTLY FURNISHED t-bcd- NW ISta Terr.
Beyond life's dim horizon Ivera Parker, three grandchild large lot near bus and schools. room house and 1-room apt
t Is a happy peaceful' land I ren. Funeral will be conducted on Call now. Near bus line and school. J'baDII ONE BEDROOM APT. Furnish
I Where travelers are welcomed Saturday. Jan. 16 at 1 pjn. at I OX 6-0509. XNDf, ed. Cau OX 14514.
i By a loving outstretched hand. New Bethel Baptist Church of Day Nursery I

7 Mrs Frances Robinson wife Opa Lock Rev. W. K. Smith will Now NW area. Fully equippedand 3- ROOM HOME at 4865 NW ROOMER WANTED. Phone NE
officiate. Burial in Lincoln Memorial 35th ave., no children, call NE 4-8495. In Liberty City.
ready to Two home and
[IN MEMORIAMn go. 4-7200< NE 3-9237
I Cemetery.Mrs. garage, 4 nice lots completely: night day.

1 lovIn, memory of, furnished Price and terms low
I DENNIS N. DANIELS Emma Odom of Daytona Call NOW. I NEWLY DECORATED duplex Do You Have
a who departed; this life Jan 18, Beach died at the residence of apt, furnished 1 bedroom hot a
t 1 US.I her daughter Mrs. Anna Nesbittof Orchard VillaI water wall beater yard, call FR Drinking Problem?
"tfelv. safely gathered In 1261 NW 70th st on Jan. 12. 4-4234. after 7 NE: 41087.
t. Fir from sorrow far from sin Besides Mrs. Nesbit she Is survived have three very nice home J16 ALCOHOLICS
near the new school. 2 and I
e R sting in the Savior's love; by another daughter Mrs. We have ANONYMOUSCAN
Lillie Mae bedrooms priced to sell on low choice CODe and twobedroom -
I Gary also of Miami
Jew grant that we may meet ; a terms. Call HELP YOU
t there, adoring at Thy feet sister Mrs. Sarah Asia, a brother now. apartments for rent
Mrs Mable I. Daniels wife Van Smith a Urge number of Call E. Some with stoves and refrigera No dues or fees
a And family grand and great grandchildren.Final Harry Denny torn Bus No. 24 passes door, 2945
L. rites will be conducted in PL 7-S250 NW 46th st FR 9-3576. PHONE

t IN MEMORIAMIn Daytona Beach on Jan. 15. FR 9-0282
LOWRIE REALTYTU ONLY 17.00 per week. Furnished -

sad but loving memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Nix of 1871 1-bedroom apartment. 844 NW OX M278JABBERWOCK
b our dear husband and father, Wilmington St. died In Dad. 7-1536 70th st. Phone TU 5-1785.

E.. ,eaomwsew County Hospital Jan. 12. She is TI
survived by her husband William BEAUTIFUL furnished room
nice location 334 NW -------
11th St
her father John Sampson. Chapel ,
aa services, will be conducted on apt $. Would prefer e nice man.

Saturday. Jan. 16 at 10.30 am. FOR RENT Call evening FR 14822.

D Rev. Samuel Gay of Mt Hermon
,.. AME Church officiating. Burial Efficiency Apt. AU rrivate bath ROOM Modern conveniences
4v will be conducted' in Evergreen.Mrs. kitchen entrance quiet for 1 or reasonable 1529 NW 67th st or IS COMING!
2 people Furnished or unfurnished. call OX 1-1690.

bh Lula Ellis of 1929 NW Why board and wait to go
48th It.. died at her residence on to the bathroom Hot water fur
Jan. 13. Her survivors include a nished. $11 week.

daughter Mrs. Elma CaldwelL 5238 N.W. 24th Court
1rat
v Funeral arrangements art incomplete.

IJ Bills Worry You ?

David Mumford Jr. the eight Bedroom House
month son of Mr and Mrs. David Hot water furnished. H block to
Mumford of 2684 NW 49th>> -it- school. No street crossing for the,
;I It died at Jackson Memorial Hospital children. CBS. newly painted.

on Jan. 8. Besides his parents 17.50 week. Refrigerator furnished. No need to. A wonderful earning oppor
he is survived by his grand .

l parents. Chapel l services' 'were 5238 N.W. 24th Court tunity be if reli-
neat
conducted on Jan. 13. Rev Fred can yours you are ,
t Hicks of Greater Bethel AME!
Church officiated. Burial was I able and ambitious. A few hours dailycan
I conducted in
BISHOP DANIEL NAIRN Lincoln. Bedroom Apt.

who departed this life on Jan. 17, Kitchen furnished. Screened mean $30 to $40 weekly income
1937. .J porch. $19 week. Newly! painted.

Death is a heartache 1BedroomAPARTMENT Hot water furnished. Commission Sales Work
None can heal 2345 N.W. 56th Street
Memories are treasuries none can

aWIIAlthoulh Apply Monday 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon to:
have
you gen away
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.and l left us. Quiet Building These are in quiet nefrhborhood.
Love for you still lingers in our No kids yelling, and messing up MRS. HARRIS
hearts place. AH! have yards and parking.No .
J Sadie Nairn wife No Children sleepiest days or nights. See
Juanita Nairn daughter them and then call 5770 N.W.1.5th Ave.

Good Tenant
Only
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YMCA Building
JABBERWOCKIS 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave. Ask for Mr. Jackson

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THE INCARNATIONThe MT. CALVARY BAPTIST BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I

Rt. Her. William T. Moses, Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor 2749 N.W. 49th Street I SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1960 PAGE 13
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PIX, Suffragan Bishop of the! Phyllis Myers reporter Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor

Diocese of South Florida, will Sunday School ....,,...,,.,...,... 0:45 Annie Pratt reporter'

administer the Sacrament of Conformation -: Morning Worship .,......... 11:00 Sunday School ...,. .......... 930 PINE VILLA ELEM. and Paradeof
on Sunday night at the B. T. U. 530 Morning worship ..i..i.-,. 11:00 |Hairstyle
Church of the Incarnation. You Evening Worship _........... 7.DO Mrs. Doris Martin a sixth Stara
Evening worship .,.....-. .... 7:00
are invited to witness this ser We are happy to report that Morning service was preached grade teacher became the proud
vice. there is no one sick. by our pastor. It was soul stir. mother of a baby boy on her We can't take you around the

Sunday mcmlnf following the ring. It is wonderful for all to be irtday Dee. %I. world In 80 days but we can take
service' four ..rstl''mmin be ST. MARY'S W. M. on one accord. Come and worship The PTA graciously' purchased yeu on a tour of the United
fruit for the students In an ef- States In 120 minutes. The tour
with
elected. us. You are welcome.
Sunday School was opened by fort to make their Christmas parties .
will
start at Club MI Sunday
The program of the Feast of the assistant
superintendent Mrs.
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. more enjoyable. Jan. 31 at 8 pjn. The tour takes
LJjehts and the Three Wise Men S. Dawkins. Alter the devotion,
with outdoor procejsten classes took their Mrs. Claudia T. Jasper, first about two hours and after the
was quite recective places .
O. L. Hicks, Associate pastorM. tour you can relax and dance to
with their grade teacher underwent' '
impressive. teachers. The lesson surgery
T. Copeland reporter the music of W. C. D.knor
Charles Weir was guest organ was reviewed by the Rev H. V, Sunday School _. ...._-- ., 930 In December- and she. Is convaescing chestra and enjoy his tar studded
1st at morning and evening services Stuart. Miss Carol Paul acted as Morning Worship ........ .- 11:00 at her home in Richmond show Models from our local
The Pine Villa
Thank you Mr Weir. lecretary.Mcrning. B. T. U. 530Evening eights. family beauty salons will represent the
worship was called to Worship ......... TOt earnestly awaits her return. It Is states.
The Rev FT. Elisha Clir .M
e the order by the pastor. lie preached a pleasure seeing' Mrs. Peggy This affair Is the
sponsored by
Rev H E. S. Reeves Mrs. Clarke. from First Samuel 3:4. theme "Services will follow the usuaJpI"O"t'du Iringier en the Job araln. She, Alpha Chi PI Omega Sorority for
Mrs Olive Barry and Robert "Samuel CalJed., Everyone was throughout the day. too was hospitalized during the the benefit of their scholarship
fTIre thow spiritually! blessed.' No. Thanks to the Rev and Mrs. F. hol1da ...
were attjon* attend- 2 choir W. World for their service fund. Donation '150.. For table
rendered
I in* the ordination service of rendered music with Mrs. Ida reservations call NE 4-9981.
McKinney at the and on the second' Sunday. It Mr. Clark and Mrs. Everett
Vei m Finder In Orlando on Saturday organ, No.
1 ushers served. was enjoyed by alL custodians, are to be commended
We wish to thank the manypu.n for the lovely Jtb Williams Beauty Shop
The! evening oVTrtti f!,n, irss led they are doing
FBENE7ER METHODIST by the pastor. He preached from firsts and our many to beautify the canrvs.: Flowers 2153 NW 54th Street
Hebrews 12. subject' The Chris friends for coming to visit us. and trees were donated to the

R- A.- n q.n "..._ tian's Race." No. 1 choir furnished The Smiling Jubilees of Anti. school by the School Board. and
r.n Mtta f T, TTa+nhtlelt. rpor+*tlive. music! with Mrs G McFord at och Is having a program on Saturday through the efforts of Mrs. Willie

c.,,,,,.. N\1 ...... H'u the organ and No. 2 ushers serv night Jan. 16. The publyic Jell JcfTcrson. a patron the

'nV .arle ..............._... HeN ed.Our Is In..itnt.ShuUns Stanberry Nursery' donated
rrstnt,, s.r.ke, ......-.-.... 7r'Tke pastor was greatly surprised are Rev Orange Sis. shrubbery' also.
b. the various auxiliaries of Dillard and Bro Starkes. Let us Gloria M, Clark reporter
.
tyrriT t" It is the the Church" Sunday nifht with visit them and pray for them.
sewn cal ste'ee s" We had four to connect with I
rifts He was taken off his feet! BETHUNE ELEMENTARYWe're
The p*** wJe AM Board fnvttewi It was his birthday and he watulft'p the church Sunday.
ff\ attend Ito tea on ?>mdarn when bat* from the holidaysand
they wcke him. May
.h. **.n frmi., 4 tft 6 o'clock IB you have ready to begin work with a
th" ocU, h-H of the rhurrh many more birthdays. I bang! s
Why be Out of ?
The T*,.M1', AM B ard will TEMPLE Style Last week's visitors: Mrs. POT- 4S
h+v ,.h-- of clan meeting' on I BAPTIST Let us convert your double- tier and Mrs. Troy were visitors
Tt,....u r+"ht. Rev L A Thomrsrn, pastorStmday breast suit to a single breasted .1 our school Of course. Mrs."toy .

THevT AktNct IUtW"rlntf'Mf'nt j School ...?_.. ...., MlMernlng narrow la pel $18 up. was here to begin our ht'e
Nh hay en GmAar nlrht for' worship .............- llrOf Your Smiling Tailors 997 NW Reading Workshop. Mrs. Portler
'. iris n"tarlerIv visit A busiI I rrru ...... ........_._.._.._._ ISO 3rd Are Reuben Hepburn Prop. worked with perils and teacherson
t,-. '. u'n win Sheld nn I IJ Evening worthlo .......?._.--. 70: Indf the 5th grade croup.
T'.4Air "..'it .n 18 at S o'clock The annual New Year's Dinner On Monday Miss PUimmer, P
V".".. e,... ...... ,., rar fnr and j sponsored by the Missionary So.ciety tone fl supervisor visited wi'''
...... .". .irk Thar srr SM.rsA will be given Friday even, us, givinr pertinent Informationon
.... c-I." hit Steer" /rn.11tal: In,. Jan 22 on the church grouping' and also other In.
".,tA. .ham 14A1 ''''W Ash Mtr. grounds Donation Is 100. ormation' concerning school In

.'... n-...." UM "W' 3h. "I The anniversary celebration of HONESFORSALE generalOn
TtIA. 7'$1. 152! ''W .. --- -
Rah ; No 2 choir on Sunday afternoonwas Thursday Jan. 14. the Paml

I'--t. Thnrnpw n. 1966 NW 5tMARTIN quite a success. The president Croup sponsored Its annual ADA MAE WLLlAMt.' Pr....
e v t director and members wishto Doll Show Prizes were awarded withes to thank an)) its customers
thank the choirs of St. Matthat's for the largest, smallest ugliest for the business It had .in ISIS
MEMORIAL AMFtt.eOA. Ebeneter and tM.C'hul"l"b' and prettiest dolls. We wi.h.ech cf you a Prosper-

..... .. .. of Gcd of Praphecy' and others On Friday Jan. 22. we are Mat Ne* Year ami we're leaking
,. .,-_ .._ who contributed' to the success" of having a big' surprise at Rethune forward to ee vow th-HTtut
D. t-
.NM'fits.
the affairAll Pt's a secret but we will let you he rear of 198. Many thinks.
tt.rt1. Mettere auxiliaries are retting backto knew; In our next Issue.If Operators::
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their weekly schedule, Tuesday you havent already noticed Sybil Chisolm
..-.... --",,, ........_ IlofVt evening Mrs. Pearl Ward In Coconut Grove our monthly window display at Doris Jones

t...-. .. .... 44flt. was added to the leaders of the Steven's and Orand Way Stores Phone NE 3-9235
"'--t". wJ.htm' ... .... ....._... 7ona. Red Circle and Sunshine Band. please do so Go 'In and see' what

r.,," 14"ad'n. un t "' Parent of this rmup are asked to 3341 Fla. Avenue our pupils' are doing!

_. c-e.. p..." c? "'...* trr h attend diea be on time -4 pm 2 bedrooms, 1 bath oak PTA for the year of 1MO on
"n....... n the d1./ t't"'Ifoa... ruesdar Jan 19 at S pjn In the THE TIME has come whanall
___ woe' tnerl. at Bethel AME: Floors. school rafetorium mankind' hall ba ""It."

T, C.wtAi R.ty Ttr.'iwn Mt' ems'! Walter C Coffdetl principal all rellI."s btcama

1 .""A 2 It"A .-,er-s''nn" will be Jacquelyn A. try ana religion and racial' and
sw r*>.- of .t.. sane -
rallfllaua bias' PM away .
A. wwt ktu+ r rw,r S1nn4a.
:..$--' ti.' h-a" '....n. aid 1* Fla. Baha'l Wrltlnga.
3331 Avenue
.'.....,. M '. 'w+nhered that. tha Bana'l Aa*.mB>ly af Miami'
c:"".... ct+"n' t. a 'sit Of ft* $595: Down Hay your year be one of
3 bedrooms 1 bath oak PL 7.7743REDUCE
t&I edtteslemat rf hrf .
s wram
harmon melody & rhythmat
Reautiful new CBS. 3.bed. ,
r"'lt'"f'h snA the s.Mbiwn snmin -
"'..-". t..Apq f# eh. twwrsm"" nI rnon horn* on lame OnnfvcV floora. the .
,..... .
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a wit"" "
tot. Anv".n bur.No .
true ... .itr e...ThrewHh Fine Arts
... rl'vain* Mat Only one -e- !
s-'l.'en tat.+''es e i +detthlo tr'"
..,nut_ eh.t. there are this.ws .nfssily nartn-f .5f Trim' elf unwanted inches and
." m4..t.. bed T'V to sit In ogra Small aeoostt w:11 bold till 3311 Fla. Avenue ConservatorySpecialists regain the y. thful figure y.w
HuH ..'It 4's but however it maybe dealt
move In. Don't rent In Music Dance
woes
wont vet erne out and take 3 bedrooms 2 baths, corner, WEIGHT CONTROL
a mi*" In our league andSchool. Sunday *._!! ... now. Art and Drama since 1953! CHARM AND POISE

landscaped lot.Terrazio. Call Mrs. Evelyn Tynea
On J.n 10 there' win be a I.JWtvCitv Liberty City YMCA and
rh','rs. e...f.r ene. ATI members' floor NA 1.0470 OX 1-710
a.. ..4.A M b* rMwnt.e M.w 3.n.Jroom. 2 n..". Tote Town Richmond Ills.

., c.4. ..... C.,Mar crhont Only OQS town on tM EASY MfTIIOD SCHOOL
weft h. .t. en .n "IV n1fo "' ....... new CR4t =3.lwAro.n. 2 hath -e- Registration; Jan. 16-10-2 OF CHARM ANDREDUCING

-... ...t and hole your Sunday wnw ....i". bt,Ht in lie heart FUaalva. ta put yaue taltnttd' childIn

School. of LJn.rtr City. EZ terms ALL OPEN FORINSPECTION Ms rightful' place" 6888 N.W. 15th Ave.
JJO
no rtn 4!nflr costs. Only one .
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T'n" Churches1VJ1I monthly payment. Don't -

wait. "an! SAT. & SUN.

r>.Te> *rate THE ONLY TRUE DREAM BOOK
-e-
Founder's Day Rrnwn tth

s445 DOWN For Rent Sale Book
Wedn.war Jan 20. The TMa lovely new 3>beifroon or 'Old Indian'Dream
.
Tr a"r" MtU-hM will e.lebrat'to '
CBS home ads on a large Homes
Brand New Duplex
( Founds* thy throughout the
nniverie! Th* rHurrhe 'n Diet e rorn r lot. No closing oet. bedroom, 1 bath In each.ide THE POWER OF PRAYERThis

CwmtT' and "'f'1".n" tt1U! mfntt and yOU can mov* right In. built-in oven, stove
wilt meet" at "TV**"'!'**' 'In Liberty FZ terma to yOU. Raise
your and heating
Cftr located' .t Wr5 VW 20th .....
Prince D WllMams. caster Th rKHrfren In their own home.. 10370 and 10380S. book should be in

crneral public Is Invited and the Call us. W. 173rd Street home.
orrf.r erf service Is as follows -.- .... __ z i _, every ,.
MomJrvr service 11 am to 230p Onn Lnrlra In Perrine Psalms 9 10' --And '.

JQQIC nnwN that know Thy. name i
e
rr. dinners{ w be served on
the rounds at 20. WATERFRONTCorrreous all put their trust in Thee.tbe'r{

A rirantk parade will follow Rainbow! like Open for inspection at Get this book at ,. 33
times
the feast new CBS 3-bedroomst tile neighborhood drug
FVenlng service will begin at
.1:30 pm. bath dining room, large For Information Call Old Indian Dream Book 6Se

A apicy program will start at living room, built-in oven Old Indian Clear Water $2.00Old
8 and In modern D. & H.Construction.
pm range kit. Indian Alleged Lucky Hand Rub 3.00Mail
chen. Glass sliding; doors

SAITTP CHAPFI and many other features. Co. Money Order tot
Fev H 3 Wen *>n.Wn nastor I
Only monthly
.*.. 'Meta. reoor1etr one oayment. HI 8-1119 THE "OLD INDIAN" PRODUCTSP.
right
to Ian Fehnnt" .........,,.,,, aleM'onint \ More In. Call!
'ers tt9>> ,,...__, _110M BRir.HT REALTY O. Boa 47901 Miami Florid

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2014 N.W. 5th CourtW. Rev. James E. Brown, pastor
V. Geary minister Bro. Vsndell Bonn reporter' '

Church School _. ____ --- ..sO Morning Worship ......... 110
Morning worship ,,.......... IM< Evening Worship .......,..,.. 70:
I Evening worship ,........... '7C B. T. U. 530

"kntoC&trc
MT. ZION A. M. E. MORNING STAR BAPTIST

I 22nd Ave Corner 152nd St 514 NW 23rd Street

JJentms Rev. I. ClaYton, pastor
\ I Rev. C. pastor Sister Sadie Ellis reporter

Sunday School ,_-.930 Sunday School .......:....,. 93:*
pr- Morning Worship ..........- IMg Morning service ... .....,.., 1130
1:00
League BTU 530
: Evening Worship ........ ,*o Evening service 730
Overcoming of the Nazarene are welcome. ?

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA ST. MARY'S W. M.
: 12101 S.W. 219th St.

Goulds, Fla. Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor GREATER BETHEL A.M.E.
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1960 Lawrence Reddick, pastor Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter
Sunday. School ............ 10C: Sunday School _______ 930 Rev. S. A. Cousin pastor
Morning worship ..... .... 11:00 ;Morning worship ____ 11:00 Mrs. Jenette Falson, reporter
ML Olive Miuionary Baptist MT. CALVERY BAPTIST Evangelistic Service ______ 80 i Evening worship ......-.... 730 Sunday School ,. ..30
FrU-Prayer and Bible __ 80: Morning Worship ............. 11:00
402 N.W. 2nd Ave. Rev W. P. arpley, pastor BETHANY BAPTIST Evening Worship ..,...,.,,..., ,:00
,
Hsllandale. Florida Sis. Edna E. Thompson, reporter New Testament, Nazarene
I Her. Benjamin Franklin pastor Sunday School ..,.,.-.......,. 1:30 3078 N.W. 45th St. GREATER NEW BETHEL
I ReT C. K. McO lary, reporters Morning Worship _..-..-.. 11:00 1645 N.W. 1st Court Rev Rudy Keaton pastor
Evening Service pjso Evening Worship _______ ':00 Lawrence Reddick pastor Marjorie Shelby, reporter Rev W. K. Smith, pastor
Sunday School ______ ..10 Mazella Reddick associate Sunday School ......-.... ... 930 Mrs., It. Conley. Clerk
Morning service _______ 1100 FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. Sunday School .......,.....,..,.,,, 100'I' !Morning worship .. 11:00 Morning Worship --.... 11:00
Evening service _ ,:00 Morning worship ............ 11:00: 1 BTU 530Cvtmnf Sunday School ____________ ..30
DTU 0300 C. J. Barney pastor Evangelistic Service .-...,... 80 worship .._.. ... 70 B. T. U. 530
Claudia Wilson reporter Wed. Prayer and Bible 8:00 Evening Worship __________ ,:00
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Sunday School ______ 930 Bethel Apostolic Temple
j Morning worship 11:00 St. John's of The Nazarene
World Religion Day Instituted Evening worship _________ 7:00 Mrs Buncsbs Green" reporterRev. TRINITY WESLEYANRev.
by the National Banal Assembly Ins N.W. 58th Terrace P. W. Williams pastor
I V> proclaim the fundamental oneness On the fourth Sunray In this Lawrence Reddick, pastor Sunday School _____ 9(30 Georre E. Johnson pastor
of religion, will be celebrated month the Rev. McCrary of Frank Bryant, Associate Morning worship ________ 110 Mrs Phyllis. Andre-rs, reporter
I at the Baha'i! Center 1ST NW Ocala will be our guest speakerfor 830 Sunday School 90:
11th ave. 7 p-m Sunday, Jan 17 our evening service one who Sunday School .. ... 100 Lamming worship ,....._...., ,:00 Morning Worship ..,,..._ HrOO
s has conduct our revival servicesfor Morning worship -___ 11:00 Young People Meeting 50
1 Mrs., Barbara George, 545 NW years. Evangelistic- service ._*._ 3:00 Matthew Tempi AMEZ
28th st, will discuss -Religion a Let us continue In prayer tor ST. JAMES A. M. E.
Unifying Force. Everyone is our sick at hone and hospital Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal 1828 NW. 5th Ave.
cordially' Invited to attend. bound. Sunday School ______ 93* Rev. H. McNesl Harris pastor
( J) Morning worship ., ..,.... -.,_. llf Mrs. Sadie F. Dean reporter'
II A Bahal World Religion book BETHEL BAPTIST 2571 N.W. 132nd Terr. Evening worship ,,.,,..._..,. 70 Sunday School ............. 930:
display may be seen In the win Vent John E. Culmer Morning Worship .........., 110
4 dows of the Florida rower' ands Rknanood Heigkts priest in charge: ST. FRANCIS XAVIER A. C. E. League 530
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Light Co. 25 SJL 2nd ave Jan. Rev L R. Ross, Pastor Stanley Sweeting. reporter Evening Worship ..,,...,...., ., 70:
Jean E. Scott., reporter Services every Sunday N.W 4th Ave. and 10th Terr.

1523.ML Sunday School ., ........._.. 1:30 Morning Worhlp .........,.,,. ..so Phone FR 91424MASSES
Pleasant MethodiatI Morning service .........,i.... 11:00 School
I Sunday 1030
BTU __________ 830 Dally 8 a.m MONROE MUSIC HOUSE
2170 Washlnfton Street Evening service ,..........._., 7:00 .
I Opa Locke Zion Hope M. BaptistRev. Sunday ___. 7 ajn. & 830 a.Don't Writer of Rock of Ages

Sunday School _____ MO axn JEHOVAH WITNESSES Paul Freeman, pastor Everything in Gospel Music,
Morning worship _____ 11 aja
Everything for the Church
1710 N.W.
69th St. and 17th Ave.
I Fret !
Evening service 731 Seven hundred sixty-two dele- Fight
Sunday School 830 936 N.W. Third Ave. Apt. 1
tat M represented 18 congrega-: Join The NAACP FR 4-8904. Miami. FU.LCSTTJI .
Morning Service 110
1 MT. HERMON A. M. E. Hong of Jehovah's Witnesses were
i thrilled over hearing the whole BTU t0::
Opa Locks earth will be affected by God'i Evening Service 70
t Sunday School 838 Will being done on earth. They (Tuesday night)
Co Evening worship! ______ 7.-00 heard this Information In he Prayer Meeting 80:
I Rer. Samuel Oa,. pastor stirring dt.counewbfll is God's
e Publicity Committee Will to be Done on Earth?" ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E.
1 Morning worship 111 They were told this by Mr.
1 James A. Thompson Jr. districtsupervisor Rev. E. M. Blocker pastor
NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH from New York. Mr. CJoe Sireetinc. reporter
Thompson went on. "the continued Sunday School ._. 930
t Rev. II. C. Samuels. paste,. living of every man woman Morning Worship .,........ 11:00 -it
I Mrs. Evelyn Granger reporter and child depends God's ACE. League ................ eoo -=-
Sunday School _- _ ..10 will and how every upon person reacts Evening Worship .._...-.... ... 70
1 Morning service -, r ,. 11:00 to the Will of God.
BTU -, 831 HOLY REDEEMER
I Evening worship ..-,..._. 730: Mr. Thompson pointed out to
r his audience who sat with rapt Mass 7 and 10 Sundays)
1 TRIUMPH CHURCH attention -the biff question for Novena 730 (Wed. night)
a you ceases to me. When is Gods Raotlsm by Appointment' C ALSCJIT r Mtai DwctorIM2
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Prince H Mob ley, pastor Win to be Done on Earth but Information Class 8 lUlL la
Sis. C. McKinney, reporterSchool becomes, why react favorably to School. All are InvitedLveryone NW IAvwwe OXsnr 1.611r
&
0 of Wisdom .... 1040 do the Will of God? Is welcome" at Holy
t Evening service -............, 80 The three-day meeting' war Redeemer For Information call
t T. P. E Band ________ 831 held at the Lakeland Community PL 9-2369
Tuesday and Friday __ 80 Auditorium' which was designed
I to stimulate the preaching methods MT. SINAI BAPTIST
The members and saints of Mea and employ them in our min--
Triumph Church of Opa Lock is Istry T) B r.por'er
u now enrafrd In a glorious sacri Rev !K A Thomas, pastor
t. flee and fast meeting for the Mr. B Crump presiding min. Sunday School .... ,......,. 931
strengthening of their souls and later of the West unit In Miami Morning worship lli r
bodies. The Lord is magnificently stated "I feel that much knowledge .
b blessing all that participate In was gained by all who attended CORINTH BAPTIST
14.. these services. This is a 3-day the assembly and that
meeting and there are service now we may be more efficientand Rev' W T. Thomas, pastor
a nightly at the church. Anyone that reliable servants of the Most. Phone NE 5.1518Sunday
a desire to be saved or their body ingh God. School ...,., .,.,., .........1 930:
II to be healed is invited to come Morning worship ..,,,......,., lt:*<
D and seek God for your deliver 'I There were 24 new ministerswho Bvemlnc worship _____ ,:so
symbol ii-d their dedicationto
11 f1 ance. do the Will of God by water Come and and successful hear a gospel paator preacher" H I J
Friends please remember each immersion, at this Circuit Assembly. -

h. Saturday groups of sinters night there at the are church two NEW BETHEL BAPTIST ...w. IT* AVSJCT MAM,ruMuxu a!*.._. ox win.ox i-tui

to render' the gospel in song for GRACE PRESBYTERIAN 1371 N W ftftth Terrace
v your listening pleasure Rev Ernest Williams pastor oast s A....a..e..o.-. O.w u.a.st+............ cad?
it Rev William F.
Savoy, pastor Sunday School ...........,... 930
M 14th Ave and nth Street
KELLY'S ., .. .... I IIt
as CHAPEL Sunday School ,..............., 930 Morning worship 110:
Morning Service UfO BTU 530
Esther McNeil reporter' Evening worship .,.......r-- ,:00
Rev. Leroy Dell, pastor Westminster Fellowship 6.00: I. B. Brown reporter'
Sunday School ..............., 9:45 U our aim to render a conscientious servke.Reasonable .
Morning worsrip ,....,.,,...., 1:00 MT. AARON BAPTIST I The pastor urges each and .
in pric and in detail
satisfactory
M. Y. F. every
8:00EwDtna 8410 every members of New Bethel to
N.W.
15t Avenue
worship -.--...... 730 Rev C W Scott<< >, pastorDea start the year off right by attending
church. Unless illness occursIt r
Earl Colden clerkSunday
ST. JAMES BAPTIST School ... ,._, 930: is needless to carry names on
323 N.W. 14th Street I Morning Worship ...,.._.., Uco the church roll that refuse to at*
Rev J L. Johnson pastor : BTU .. 1: O tend or support the church. If

Sunday School .--,,......... 030 Fventag Worship _,,, 7:00Pnreer illness fail to should occur' please don't
the church.
notify If
meeting Tuesday 80 you
Morning .
Worship 11:00
stand by New Bethel New Bethel .
B. T U. 830
will do the
same for Remember
METROPOLITAN AME you.
Evening Worship .. 730
It Is the Holy Temple of
Visitors are always welcome Rev. H M Salmon., pastor the ord. let us worship together

Sunday School ........,,...,. 93* in His name.. tiF
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev Morning worship 110 y

I D. W. Foster" patter Evening worship _________ 70) Let church us not makes ferret:one 7 days weak.'without

A. L. Job B too. reporter
Sunday. School ..... 943Mftrntag ST. PAUL A. M. E. 1

Service .... 11-00 Rev. M J Faction pastor
I BTU 130 10th !ct and 4th Court
Evening worship ............. Tt6 IIIt'M.T School .oil JABBERWOCKIS MORTICIANS

M", nlnr worship .________ 11-"fACE 334 N.W. 10th Street
Le.nr..r., ,,,.,,, SX0CvetUng Phone FR 1.7679
Drive Carefully COMING!
) worship ..,.. ........,,., 7* Miami. Florida L L RICHARDSON. JR- OWNER.






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Florida NAACP Leaders MIAMI OBSERVE FOUNDERS ZETAS DAY 40THANNIVERSARY Bertha Norman





Predict Prowess in 1960 Zeta Women of the Miami area ALL Presents STAR an


- --- --- ..... ..., ...,.. will join their Fort Lauderdaleand
West Palm Beech sisters in

"Despite efforts by extremists the 40th a&nirersarjr! Founders' STAGESHOW
and certain politicians to createa Day celebration' Jan. 1617.
condition of fear and to stymie MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA A
special program will be prevented
efforts by Negroes in Florida to
SATURDAY JANUARY 16 I960 PACE IS during regular jororitymeetlnf
end racial dtocrimlnatkQ and Jan. 16. Miami ZeUs will

segregation, 1959 saw proems rather at the home of Sorer' Pauline
being made by Negro leaders to Hira Smith. 1411 NW 68thst.
win the battle against enforced Plans for the motorcade to
acts of prejudice' the president LAWYER WINS PALACE West Palm Beach will be com
of the Florida State Conference' pleted.' Featuring
of branches the Rev Mr. A. Leon
Lowry stated that '' pore Negro Zeta is fortunate that the fire"pearls"

citizens In Florida are realizingthat : Pverle Neale, Fannie
first class citizenship can BOXING CHAMPIONSHIPBy Pettie Wats. Arizona Clearer 'SOLOMONBURKE

only! be obtained when all forms Stemons. Myrtle Tyler Faithfuland
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of racial segregation in public life Viola Tyler Faithful are still
Clllett J. '- alive and active participants in
ha* ended. In Florida. he said Pius -
there is a genuine reawakeningon the group they founded' in 1920.on .

the part of a larre number of Carrying .the fight all the way the campus of Howard Uni
and displaying a fine defence' versity.Lorall.
white citizens' and Negroes alike
that scgrcfation is a dead issue Joe Lawyer. 158 Ibs. of Miami I RITZTHEATRE the charter membersfor Sensational Vocalist

and that it cannot be enforced by won a 2 to 1 decision' over Jack Beta Tau Zeta Chapter were 'No Man Walks Alone'
law" Sinatra, 153 of New York City Eugenia'' Brooks Thomas Irma
In the 4-rcund championship NOW Martin Crooby Dorothy Johnson
SHOWING
There Is still a great deal of bout at the Palace Arena Monday McKellar.' Wllhelmena Rosa Page
fear In some' Florida Counties' night and thereby became "THE Pauline Styles' Willis., who are TOMMYBROWN
BIGFISHERMAN"
that if mores are made to ask the amteur' middleweight' champion still active Ethel Braynon Manning -,'
school and other elected.t officials of the Arena. The bout iwas and Lovely Roberts are ac-{
to comply with the law there' one of the most closely contested' I Ure participant In Chapters else'
will be ecctKgntc"' and other typesof matches ever staged at the arena. !where. Corinthia Wilson the first j
reprisals," the Simon In basileut' Is deceased Other
NAACP leader In the round semi-final attraction. Story of Peter the members
said. In include; Alma John.onCnrAford.
many counties Negroesare .
Curiey Allen 121. Miami
fearful of Joining NAACPand days af Christ Ellen Styles Thomas.Theodora .
SONG STYLIST
won a 2 to 1 decision overJesse :
-we hare had reports of Carey and GlendenaCarey
James 124. Peoria' Ill '
NAACP leaders having been aorroacbed Edwards.Lncal .
In other bouts on the evening'scard 'I
br White' citizens
their NAACP concernlng the fottewinc 'were the re- Basileus. Marguerite Miller
activities"'The
sukE Air' Conditioned and Founders' Day Committee Harold
Frank Sweet 121 Miami wona chairman. E. B. Thomas are i I
Federal Civil Rights Commfat unanimous decision over An- CAPITOLTHEATRE preparing local program highlights
n'. Inreftiration of voting drew Johnson! 128. Savannah. for this 40th year. Special M POP POP"Rollills
condition In Gadien County Ga.. in the opening 3 rounder citations will be given to Zetas
poJn rd tin the need for moripmitlve with 25-year service; and. reclamation
SAT. MIDNITE
action to encourage and Ronnie Chandler. 150. Jackson ia top priority for the sorority
prrtect these ritirem who are. tntf'f"Mtf'd viii,. Ala scored a KO over Jim SUN, MON. TUES. year.Members' .
in mctetering there he' Mazza in 1:39: of the second" '
aM "There hi *till no differencein round of a scheduled 3 rounder. "SUBWAY IN THE of the Zeta Amine And His Combo
v tinr condh4 ms in Gaden Thomas Maibenrer. 121 Dayton SKY" (friend of Zeta) and Amicetteahl

and IHr*. Count* as there was Ohio cored a TKO over WHHeThnmfMwn. With Van J oh neon ( h school girls exemplifyingIner
in IfrS when 11 Negrnr were lit Miami at the beginning nanhood) will accom- JOE
mtfmMatrd Into wttMrawtar. of the 3rd: round of a 3- Young Philadelphians'With any the group to the West Palm

their nines from the' voting rounder Paul Newman leach Founders' Day observance. ".Cuitar"ERSKINE
bocfcs of the latter
county"
Walter WHifcms, 158, Savan
nah. Ga., knocked out Bobby
-Tn 1W1n." the Rev Mr Ixwrrrsaid. Baldwin. lSd of Apcpka In US P"lferfy Owners
"Sre wilt continue to object of the 3rd round of a 3rounder.
to attm frt nf the Florida LM1.. AIR' CONDITIONED Plus
PNU+h Harris. 152 of ctf'Yf'land.Ohio. ,
Would like to have all
1"WO C'nmmt1t. v smear' the you
>
. ...rlr won a unanimous df'ldslonYf1' BUNCHETHEATRE bills combined into
w of hn wrt f'lHIf"ft1tin Harry IVlefente, 157 of your one
alnmly tt+\ to bring about a sy- MouHrie. Ga. small payment and still EUZABE7HMNDS
LOC OPA
tflm of democratic
principle in
have left? If
Inrct'nr with the Onttitution of Dab Burre, Its of )Marion Ala. SUN thru WED tome money
tb* UnH.'d States We In no war won a 2 to 1 derision over Charlie Frank Sinatra ....dEd..ref 1,500 or $3,000 will help
adhere to. nor dn we nipoort orcondone Mack: 191 of Houston. Texas you at a time !like this, let
0. Robinson In
the fcrtlvitfe of Comf in the fib 3rounderJames It for Mercury Recording
'n4 t *... o er t.ibv*' ive groups / "Dynamite" Kinnon 'A HOLE IN THE me fet you. ArtistAt
Ow only fight In Flerida I I. toe Eddie Rrkert and hub Anderson. HEAD" Today ia not a day too soon

v1 th**.. law f"1 tnrwi and rrae- Sr. mere the relieves' and EUtett to phone if you want to apply The Grand
t"tHM mk It Imons 4b4rfr J Piece was the announcer Joe Clark Cable ,In for a loan.
Veeme to lire as tint dawekfr Walker of Station WMIUI WM a "But Not For Me" Reopening of
.>n. and to acquire the typ hoot anno hoer far the sMN. FIRST AND SECOND
fit ........ edncfttfonat and economic final bof'PLACE
rtWMlltton wWeh ever"' MORTGACESAVAILABLE
American ettbm i. entitled to" AND TKLLECHEA ClubPalace

HEAD NEXT CARD

TM.. "Kid" Pa4 ce and PanchoTelerha COMI5'LUHCHEOHtm H. DAVIS
LUCILLEDreeematdng will be featured on

Mlfllnery. next. wr"rk's boxing show at the MORTGAGE BROKER I
Palace A double attraction will
Alteration. tic presented nrxt Monday nigh' Phone FR 9-8531
in adrfrtlon to the weekly boxing. 943 N.W. 2nd Ave.
All Work Guaranteed how there will also be an a9.!! Eves. NE 36754FOR

620 N.W. 8th St., Apt. 5 afar stage' shoA- prr mtrd with Phone FR 3.9368 N.W. 17th Ave. & 70th
no tncrea in admiMmn Thestace Street

Phone FR 1.9378 shrew will begin at 7 pm
and the boxing show at 8.30: The ----_,_ .
public U always invited

-- SALE Double
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RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE Attraction
Iy SUMMONS i MON. JAN. 18
a Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins ,

Eff* tl'C" painless nan-turgkal. affka trcatmanta at I.. .*- Registered Real Estate Brake' j
An All Star
... l.t.. *lm. or 'ftC.""+e. Av.ld surgery and HMpltalwtar ... ...... Why IN LIBERTY CITY

truest Why sufftr. delay, and gt worse f .,. STAGE SHOW
I 1 Bedro.m hem*. All CBt. Full

CONSULTATION FREE prtee 113250. Down payment ,! Plus

8, clal. ....dleatl..., treatments. dicta far arthrttla.ctra. awrttls. ul. "k.Ac .000. Per month 1100. 2ti '

bINd prvMure, sinus .f.....1.. lost vigor, cnronk 41.! ..... NW Sfth tt. .o I'!! The Regular Weekly

.f mew and w.fn.... I Duple All CBS 741 NW ISth I IIt. .

DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING. Full prka MOO.. Down pa,. jment j ALL STAR
I1.00. Per month 1100 ShowNo
I Boxing
21 f.W. nth Ave, FR S 274S A Central Health ervie* I ; I
e.dr..m frame home, clean. j
in admission
increase

7151 NW 11th c urt. Full price ,
---- -
,$00. Down payment fSOO. Per price. Stage show

month, f7ft. starts 7 p.m. Boxing

YOU ASKED FOR IT! CLIFFORD -Baby" COMBS IN COCONUT. GROVE \ show starts 830 p.m.
PROPRIETORThe
frame Menu I7tO .
2 Bedrom
So here it i ia-A full ONE YEAR
Finest FoodsAt Oak Ave. Full price 7MO.. Down
AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE Popular Price payment ISOO. P.r month I7B. STARTING TUES

Policy for moat poop!. with only Lunches 50c up IN RICHMOND' HCIQHTBBedrem JAN. 19

$15 DOWN PAYMENT Half price for children >. CBS ..."' .. Price, STAGE SHOWS
under 12 Ill.tOa Dews ft. OO. Per menthtftft.

SERVICE FIRST INS. Acc Complete service soda fountain Far. thee specials. Mil Summons Popular EVERY Adm.NITE Prices


645 N.W. 36th St. 27th A... Farmers MarketPL Open Dally and Sunday Day ... Night TABLES FREEF

9-S2S4 NA 4-1811 7M.. U 12 Mldnlta Phones HI 4.2441 cr HI t-QIM



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STARTING OUR 8th YEAR OF DEVOTED SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY





H FAIR REALTY



THE ORIGINAL HOME OF THE FAIR DEAL !II

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January 11, 1960 riJ1 ,\f!: ,. '

Fair Realty y '

Dear Mr. George Grefmans '.

Without your kind help my wife f .,
rootf T
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and myself would not hare been able r'. .: ,..W J JtM3Y

to buy our home this week at 2500 t'i: y '

NW 160th St. Many thanks from the a

both of us. t 1 ,
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Henry and Laverne Moore ,,"' .'' .. .
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-- 1 N B. 0 W W
Tt a-tf' ... ..... ...-*_ --... ... lt'tItI;!: :I" .__. ..:..iJI
I .
THIS GORGEOUS HOME CAN BE YOURS!!!

Now under construction in Beautiful Rainbow Gardens. Brand new 3-bedroom CBS homes-With the

most modern


O BUILT-IN G. E. OVEN" RANGE Move right into model See ONE PAYMENT EACH MONTH
1717 N.W. 152nd Terr.
e SEPARATE UTILITY ROOM This weekend NO CLOSING COSTS

O ALL JALOUSIED I WINDOWS CLOSE TO SCHOOLS

TERRAZZO FLOORS 795 LUXURY HOME

REAR ALL SCREENED FLA. ROOM Only Down JOYFUL LIVING

CIRCULAR DRIVEWAY TO CARPORT FINEST FEATURES
Open Sun. 1-6 p.m.

PUT UP DEPOSIT PICK YOUR LOT CHOICE OF COLORS BUY NOW!!!

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Move Right in Close to Buses
Finishing within 3 weeks -These North
Brand New Bedroom CBS
Miami Beach Beauties3Bedroom
ONLY DOWN
2 baths, built oven and range, 1 corner with $995
carport available, city water, close to 163rd St. shopping Venetian blinds. Also four under construction in Liberty
center. The only area of all CBS homes. Nice. Only $995 Venetian blinds. Aiso four under construction in Liberty
down. Beauty! City. Put up deposit now, pay balance. Down payment
when completed. Hurry 1

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To settle estate-we must sacrifice on price !! Our Special This Week !!

Hard to believe. This bedroom CBS home. Tile roof, 1 Year New 3-bedroom CBS
front and rear porches, stove and refrigerator. City ONLY $295 DOWN
water. See 1848 NW 57th St. We must get $2,500 down.
Only $10,500. One payment each month. No closing costs, no qualifying.Move .
in today.

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Buy now-only $495 down-Last one!! Now Under ConstructionOpa

SEE 1570 N.E. 154TH STREET Locka-bedroom CBS Home
3-Bedroom CBS, City water buses
shopping, separate
utility room. North Miami Beach. This is itl!! $11,795 $595 down. $82.50 monthly. No closing costs,
1
payment each month. Pick yours now. Put up deposit,
.. TT IT III. ""'''11 11111 .... I. I I" 111..11. 11. I ...._.. balance down payment when finished. Why pay rent?
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WHY PAY RENT? WHY DREAM!!
BUY NOW!! BEFORE YOU ARE TOO Opa Locka WaterfrontONLY
OLD $795 DOWN
Close to ehool-. 1 Payment each month. Move right
BUY NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE NOWII! in-

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ARE OPEN EVERYDAY FAIR I ..., REALTY LIST YOUR LOTS" WITH

FROM A.M. TO 8
US FOR QUICK CASH
P.M. INCLUDING SUN. 201 N.W. 62nd STREET
SALE. WE HAVE BUYERS.

DAYS. P L 7-T645 BEST PRICES PAID.