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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 23, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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"' "' TCMPORA MUTANTUR ET NO8 MUTAMUR IN ILLIS

The times art changed and we arc changed with them
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37TH YEAR, NO. 22 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1960 TEN. CENTS 6 PAGES j




I -School Board Hedges on Integration Request -I I0





TO SEND PUPIL LETTERSON LAWThe Keys Fishermen Missing ''II. I IC


Dade County School Boardon
Wednesday voted V> postpone
a decision<< on the request by six:
Negroes last September to attend C/ennon King Wants to
wh'te schools 1

Mrs.-"he Anna on'y dissenting Brenner rtte Meyerscast Be President of U. S.

6-1 She protested against the unnecessary -
delay, and said in part -
'; "Jus;ce dcteyrd is }ustioe denied (Controversial
These : to In
peep came us I
,cod IJ.th and they are entitled Minister Settles Here
9, tj a dec ion" .
e fa The' beard also vrted 1o send .
letters de-crlbing the 'puH as- r
rnmcnl taw to parents of a*'
pupils; 5n an effort to comply w'th I I ." ,AY t
a federal" court's decision for de
cr:n*_aticn

The bc..rd111 check with the r t
'rk
':"('11 Federal District Court to "
tee if this action will meet its re-

Torments, before sending the I. .. ,
'f't t eon.
The board hopes to satisfy a I
Crcu't' Court et Appeals suggesn t
'" that It rjtmit a plan to fire -
N 'dcut' ; opportunity to ar r>ly fcr
admission! to any ehooU A promlnrct: M.3r.J druggUt:
without: retard to their race or a thc:::.*-t" manager, and a memberof I
o ecor by sending out these the. Ink Spots quartet were stillm.st.ng Rev Clrnncn King formercollege
'fit tf1"S. Friday morning after professor and part UmAME
It is part of a seven-polnt plan leaving Miami one .'c. odt Wed- minister has turned' up In
4 that the boar! Intends U apolyo iMday<< for a fishing trip to the Miami with the idea of runningfor
Y. the working< of the Pupil As- Florida Keys.C Iresident Ills choke of run. '"
t'cnmcnt Law withmit retard ),(. Joilivette, 40, owner of flint! mate is Vice President JUch-
for or color" and to explain the Community Drug Store, and I and Nixon.
.. -' r a [- .... .......-_ I"? parents vac their rights. .I Continued. on pace 4 I JAMES tTRACHAN Continued on page 4

Recently' crowned "Miss Haiti 4
yt 19W. pert Claudinctte Fou-

coveted chard to her has collection title added"Queen by another winning of crown the the Thousands View Flossie's Body I

:Srjnr Cane. In Call, Colombia. .
Mademriselle Pouched, who
measure a stunning! M-24-34, Impersonator Buried
CTrvetcd atalnst 42 beauties fromHnraii.
Cubs Mexico Puerto From Chapel
R'co ror"a Louisiana, Domini

e+n. Republic, Panama and Cokmbla Marion FkiSc"' Sheffield

Educa'ed at the Sorbonne in widely known female tmpersctutor. -
Par and George Washington i WM WM sliot and killed
University in Washington, D. C .1 his home, MS NW Wh ft. earb'I
the 21 year' od'! Haitian stunner kcrliC on the morning .f Jan. 6, was
specks French EnrH, Spanishand :
bu: .td on Thursday morning iaLincoln .
Gerran This will be of great
adantare to her as a representative : M.n ortai Cmlry, fol.vAn .
<-f all the sugar Industries of C ; g fuAerai. s rvie.. held in
this continent ':e. .K....*r4s.a Mortuary with
t* 1(". O. E TufffMC ottkialsAg.TJ .

WMBM DROPS P say Bowie's Anal. rhea were
k Cjlofful. w diid lie putting it mttd'y -
"KING" COLEMAN FA Never m Ibo hiM ry ef Srpla
M ami teas the deal tf one per
con rfcfWetod sues an kstpaet up.
on the community as was the
case of the death of Flossie.'

The Uo4y was pUetd io reposeat
-- 'fM funeral: horn shortly be.
tr : f re i p.m Wednesday and from
that time up to. On time of the
e funeral officials at the MartuaryesLmnaUd
that some 30,000 to
40.DUO |wfs.As ef both races gassed -
throw the funeral chapel U
t. take a la,. ,t look at Flosaic. Th
t body was not opened fir reviewIng -
d during the funeral senrk

w
4 MURDERERS STILL AT
LARGE
''''
1.--
+ In the meantime poke report..
Car' ca "K::"gC lemaa. pep
ed that up to Thursday night no
ular d'sc Jockey at radio station s.gmficant leads had been de.
WMBM' for the past 18 months ve.oped: in the search for the
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dro peel this week over
was of WFEC occasion was the "kick off" of the Adver person or persons who murdered
what Insiders say was a salary Bert Noble, general manager Flossie Police admit that they
haisle of Northwestern thing (Iub'. annual high school con
(center) with representatives essay have very little to work on and
The suave goateed to Baltimore record Booker Washington, George test. The subject this year is, "What I are at a disadvantage la attemptIng -
Thursday spinner! Uok to a plane discs contract Washington Carver North Dade and Mays Think of Advertising." The contest is to solve the ease, bents ofa
number ol peculiar circumstances
terms with station WITH on ana High Schools at a recent meeting of the open to all high school students and all surrounding' Flossie's Ufe

to 12 Continued nlM show on there.page WITH 4 111 j I Advertising Club of Gre>titer Miami. The are urged to participate. The Investigation hi continuing.

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1st Degree Murder Charged in Butler's KillingS



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eke to try to revive him with JABBERWOCK
rubs some limburcer cheese
Membership Storyof acres the drunk's upper lip. The MONDAY, JAN. 29
drunk staggers out in the street
B. T. W.
then returns to the bar, stands Auditorium
still and turns and goes out ajjain.
the Carver YMCA He comes back Into flhe bar after

about four trips outside, for a

minute or so, and see The whole
A WORLDWIDE FELLOWSHIPOF world stinks. Uke always, Live
PERSON- Ufe Every Golden Minute of it. LOVELYHONES
I STRENGTHENING THEIR THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Peace.


CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1960 Rev. Clennon King


To End Preaching S

: :-, ..:! --
V MissionThis I I


.. weekend winds up a spirited -
Around MiamiBy educational and spiritual

preaching mission held by Rev FOR SALELow

Clennrn King young persecuted '

DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU- 1 minister and educator Fran
Mrss1 !pp1.
{
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-- - -
=d-= .
= The preaching mission Is sponsored

by the Non-denominational
BECAUSE of last week's articlein -a. ]\fi.w.on! of Deliverance' Cer. NW

H 1 which I talked about Introducing I 3rd ave. at 10th at. Bfehp A. L. e, wbt
the Sullivan Law in DadeC
and whatever eke can be had. Hall overseer.
unty and the state of Florida,
This adds to quite a roll with
1 proud to that the plan up Jan.
em say Beginning Saturday night
big but he has a ba'.l: Thereare
taps
his 100 percent cooperation of hsfipy. waitresses! clap happy i, the mission got under way and
our civic minded! cit HNI Theyare has been going in top form each:
v AJ'a getting! behind thfe jw"'jeci entertainers leased h a n dwringingo nit there after. The meetings' 1!II Down Payments
and that is what we need for It ; party-foers a are held nightly at 730: with the!
wcnderfal l wife who helps him to
the rate it is g'lng. even if the Sunday services moved up to 3 : Easy Monthly Terms
and of satisfaction
enjoy giving, a glow
manufacturers of cot all has been
guns in the afternoon It a !
his face. Man that'sliving.
of their money trying in defeat on 2-week movement ending this
_. .. .- ,-- this plan, tofether me coned win weekend. .

MRS. ATHALIE RANGE this law for ourselves. The wayit Theme of Rnr King's mission
stands now a life is wrrth ELIZABETH LAND'S I. a i.'Godo.. Plan for the Negro
Chairman Cemmltttt only the price of a bullet, which a MW you'll be hearng plenty of. Pe'pe.? You are urged to attend Only 1 Mortgage

Your YMCA it a dynamic lay k< 10c. Gins, particularly, must Ur, M she ta called is appearing every meeting of this "significant
association of voluntary members be done away with as far a. the at the Palace and is tbrttltn* movement for Nerro unity and
cooperating' to provide for general public Is concerned.' I am evtfrne that hears her Last liberation;:: under God"NOTICE .
themselves!' and others clubs, no politician and I dent know Sundry 'MInd- her tamO"Hhu.M. I

camps, athletics, intermt groups it all but who needs to be a politician Little Tommy Brown
Informal education spats. lead- or kno' it at 1 to know with Joe Erskin Harold Rollins I

ers for youth, and opportunities!' how bad they are or Just Bil) Robinnm. and the Quail. Third Ave.Realty
Hour Art
The Idle Club
for service. dont give a dam about a life Retch Robinscn (star of the Club presentsIts .
Last year the FBI rated Miami MI this week) and Little Clara aftMJaJ l rainbow tea Sunday
YOM YMCA is operated by it* M second in the USA for crime. Jay wtM""It"ft
members, wit ekct the board and We are a growing city, hitting Sixteen" l. far better than B DKine Liberty Square Auditorium. 6304
serve on committees. It k financed the million mark and guns are '' (some say B B made !NW 14Th ave Everyone- is invited.
by dues of members fees of Just as much out of place as the Sheet Sixteen as a test record D-nation: 50 cents" L. Miller

participants, and contributions' ole bore and bugry. for Little Clan Jay) back to reporterRUPTUREEASER
from the United Fund of Dade the show: B bby Brown, Curt .
County The 1960 Membership Just stop ana trunk how many Harmon, a new voice in the area'I 742 NW 3rd Ave.
Enrolment is co-chaired by the at-rc.. shops, service' stations II
finance companies, bars and what owned by Jackie Daniels (and i I
T brother' he can wall Flip WU-
have you would not have been
held if had 'on. W C Baker and band. Jim .ji....e a......ear iAftobM.*MB
up la year gun not FR 4-3297
my Bepeham and I give up. There
been permitted Sure. there would
<<
were so many *T came to say eM) rwtt
Mvo been ome, but nothing like AND
the hundred that harmed' and bon vryace tA Ch-kle Home and g
to wish him m a*'4i success' on his 1&flL.
the death that were Involved. 8week. at the Trvpfcana Club In W'ayte ; :" NE 4-0394
There are a thousand reasons why $45
.
citizens shouldn't carry weapons Nassau The show as a stopper :.
and the beautiful
young lady a
and you can think of plenty L.C Land, stole the entire affair A ...... acs....... ..+..... wra'i S. Hutchcson Jr.
I so *'hen the jwtltfon reaches" .. ....... ,
I with her odd. thri lint "Yma Su- (
your door pT.-a'e SIGN IT. SEAL .....wi.aa..q t s1.l .. ::i
,"-rto of votee Hear her r.
Z rr and Save a 1.1 f.' Let's call type on w .1..i : h.sIb p .. 1..U M R..latend
r I Mercury' I label, and remember' the -. --. ...- ... .... ....
this petition orjr S S S Insurance.Sign -.... ...... ..
Seal and Save-a life. Murder name; for she's going places. .... .....'.*a.. M. .... ....ef..w R.*| Estate Broker
I II I
In our city must stop If you I HARLEM DRUG CO.

are one of the few persons who I ALL THE CITIZENS In this 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave.. Mia", Fla. ,- ..
dn not get a chance to sign the city are not asleep. Two weeks I

petition, please call or send aterram I g tarn our mayor, Charles Hadley
to your representative!I arranged a conference" with
r>r Mayor Hlffi' asking for the State's Attorney Ge stein's office<<
Sullivan Law In ew area. !Sitting! In on the session wereHadley
I Sam Crtnen. E. K. Les*:- YALE S. LUNIN CLINIC

PRETTY BOY of the Week hart Tom Jones Garth C Reewf

George Hepburn Policemanof and James Simmons. They met Hours 110 a.m. 1 p.m.
the Week: Jamey' Washinftenr w:th Irwin Blcck and Charles

Seere4.arv --f the Week? FdnrClarke I Hut toe of Geretein's staff These Evenings 5 8
p.m. p.m--Clo.ed TuesdayTake
REV. HENRY C. McDOWELLRev men were concerned about the
che pnem of life /in our common-
Henr C -Dowell.. minis TONGUES ARE waoolng like it* and insisted{ that -the runisn- bus No. 14

ter. Church of tleo: Open' Door mad all over tnwn. The main ment should fit the crime" in allcases
and news! r'ected member of the too'c! is Jack Bethel. M km Jan. and mat Everett Butler's 2237 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.1801

Board of Mans:ement, and Mrs. who left our area a long time ago murderers: be punished to the
M. AthaHe RIR'owner of for N.Y. Ci'v and took the city : fullest extent elt the law. Duringthe

the Range Funeral Home and by storm. nut Jack makes :t meeting Reeves and Block

chairman Af the YMCA camp back home to tee old friends and had a hot exchange of words .
e*T nukes. The enrollment begins' throw fatrjlous) parties at least I over some policies of the State's -- -- -- -- .-- --
Feb. I.Depen4ing. -nee a year When the local Attorney's cffice. but the meeting --
.viitre!ses see Jack walk In ended on a cordial note with RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
: on your Interacts Mom. the panic In on caute they I everybody shaking hands. We
and need you may be a general knew Brother Bethel Is rood for! need more meetings' like this to I Rectal Diseases 0 Varicose Veins

(sustaining) member or a privilege $20 or J50 tip. Entertainers be.a'n I let the officials down town" know [".ct.. '.. airless, non-aurglcal
memSer. In either ease office treatments at low cootno -
you
working like )k. MetroGoldwvn that we do care about what goes' loss rime
may participate serve, rive leaderhlgt Mayer the or Incomo. Avoid surgery and hoopltallutlon. Why
wa in house on In our city and are willing to :
cr Ja.t be a partner *M due
through your Christmas tree when Jack place for everybody.THIS I CONSULTATION
FREE
You amt YOU fellow! membersIn brines in a part of 15 or 20)) Special medication -
the. YMCA will, through' your twxole The order Is something TELLS the story of a treatments. diets for arthrltTa, neuritis ul-
memberstiio, strengthen the Y "\t". "five fiftis of this, five rtmnk !a\frf on a barroom Pror<< I **". Blood pressure. kinu.. anemla' lost vigor chronic' gtaMM
program build charter contribute fifth of that a case of chasers and a customer having nothingUNIFORMS g of non and women

to inter-faith understanding .
-
coooerate with the DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING I

church the home the reboot I! Jl S.W. 13th Ave, FR J.J74i A General Health Ser tcsQARKLEY'S
help maintain our Amricn ideals
and speed' world brotherhood.Join !(.

In the forces to provide

wholesome activities" youth by 1.00 to $3.00VALUES
Joining! the Carver YMCA Feb. 'I

I-IS. TO $12.00 CUWWf STOW


NATIONALLY FAMOUSDRESSES 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

PRIVATE

INVESTIGATIONSResult WINTER MEDICINES

don't SSS Tonic .. ..... 2JS A MS
or you pay I 0,. Plcrct's Lydia Plnkham's 140 A 1.00
Favorite Scott's Emulsion 1.7t A bat
STATESDETECTIVE $1.00 to $5.00 P,. rfptlo".1.1S l.tO
ALL I Super Anahlot 2.00 A 1.00 I
BUREAU New 2yron 7 plus' .... tJI Super Anahlct Nasal

VALUES TO $35.00 NATIONALLY FAMOUS Fattier John'sMtdlcino Spray IB*
........ MMMMMMm
145 A 79.
24 Hour Service Children' and Men's Clothing Super Anahlot
t Swamp ...... .
Root .
US A 7Sf Tabltta ........._ tt' A IS*
46 N.W. lat Sty APPAREL WHOLESALERS
OPEN DAILY A SUNDAYS A.... U 10 P....

FR 3.5769 127 N.W. 2nd St. (Take elevator to 2nd floor) JOHN A. McMINN OwntrThe

J30 Phone FR 7.2943 FASHION MART BUILDINGS .

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NEGRO EDITORS MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA


SATURDAY JANUARY 23, 1960 PAGE 3

EDUCATE FOR FREEDOMVersatility

YMCA Holds Mrs. Jones was guest at a tea
given in her honor by the committee -

Versatility And which has been published twice a the fast, grazing West. Annual Meeting of administration of the
"'
week since 1941. Gene Rhodes is I| The passage c< a non serrega* I Murren Branch. YWCA to which
Service Describe another sterling example of a,I lion ordinance afffctlnf public Miami Younf Women1 Chris members as well u community
LawyerPublisherATTORNEY Journalist dedicated to the cause I housing in 1949 the adoption tian Association held Its 4CWj annual *. leaders had been invited.
of human decency. I I of a Fair Employment Practices meeting last week. Toe dinaer This affair was given at the
I I Commission for the City of meeting' was held at the Everglades home of Mrs. Annie Llndsley, Jan. I
3 Degrees AndProfessions San Francisco In 1958 symbollz Hotel Jan. 18, 7 pjn. IS. I
I ed fruition of part of the publisher's I I
I The streaker for the occasion
Propel dr eam"t ohe 1pm yo wnti .
I hrr's dream *to help my own was Bin. Paul McClellan Jonesof JABBERWOCK
Carlton Goodlett race." I White Plains N. Y. She is cur-
rently serving as vice president
The Sun-Rpparter h.. kept as of the Natkoal Board of the MONDAY, JAN. 29
on of its major obJectivesWalr Young Women Christian Association
rcsentati'n rf Negries in po-j, of the U. S. A. and a form B. T. W. Auditorium
)ideal life. Within the lifetime of' er chairman of its public attain
<'.? SunR por1n. San Francisco I ccmmittee.
1ft end the Bar Area have seen' Negroes -,| I
elected and appointed to The program consisted of the
1'4 rrs;)cns.Ve: positions! In local annual report made In the form
.:?.. "... .. )' state and nttknal: government of color slides of wofk of the Y CONSOLIDATE YOUR
..;.." t j"Hie j presented by Miss Gladys Panton. BILLSw.
; mMto on the masthead executive director assisted by RcflnaiK Yaur I
epitomizes Dr. Goodlett's personal staff members and volunteers M.rtoI"N. .
t :J) as well as the guiding spiritof The Invocation was given by Payments Until March 1
t the Sin-Reasrter. "Dedicatedto Rev. W Mainline of St. Simons N. Balls**-or a. law M
the cause ef the Pf'OPJe-that Episcopal' Church and the bene* 11,000 115 Menu
t:3 good came hall lack a cham- diction by Dr. Fred Cole. Coral $2.000 SfS M."t"
: :cn and evil shall net thrive un- Gables Ccn(relational Church U.OOO 10 Month
a cpposed." Mrs. Nelda Derend soprano solo MIAMI NATIONAL
RHODES I IOR. lat will provide special music accompanied MORTGAGEFR
by Mrs Wikna Spratline. -
One cf the three lawyerpubI'.stxr director ofmudc., Coat 3-5446 JC 22622Membtr
cf l.:- Negro press is y;. NOTICEEvery Gable oncrefstional Church. Chamber ef
WHtLnrt n Rhodes of the Philadelphia Senator Harry Cain brought. CmmtrcDon't .
Tribune "Gene' was born Thursday !is bargain greetings from the United Fund
October 39. 189$. In Camden GOOOLCTT hair-do day at Loge Beauty c4 Miami of which the YWCA Is
S. C He was graduated firm" hon: 490 NW' fMh St. Phone FR an active member. Mayor Robert
Carton: B, Gcod'.ett: had already! Fret Fight!
Lincoln' University. Pa, 1921 cum 90165. King high was a special guest
prjven himself: a success in two Fhori lIar-'so: I
tu4e. and amended the Law
Join The NAACP
Soh.et of the University cf professions; by the time he became Medium )nairsa.OO Aside from the dinner meeting
Prnnvlvnia.! .nterestcd in the publication of a 1.4 nl Hair-$. OC01lBS' I
weekly .
.He actively edited! the Philade newspaper.Upon
MOil. from UowudUnlvfl'Jt
If "
Ma T'ltome from 192241.
He attended the Laver School ofTemple in 193. Dr Goodlett ... .
iaa ,
decided to continue his studies In i ,
University fern 1923 to
the flield of psychology" and entered -
19M.He.
the graduate schcol a* the /
ww admitted to the PhiladeJMa
University of California at Berkley
Bar February 1926. In 1938. he was awarded the LUNCHEONETTE

decree of doctor of phie. seven the ace (1 33. 943 N.W. 2nd Ave. !U49
tilt United Slate* Attorney far He launched his first career asa
the Eater District! M Pennsylvania prtfewor" in tfce Detriment ofPftcholocy Phone FR 3-9368
on th' re-wnmen'iaHen of at West Vlr.ln.a
Hon Gerefe Wharton Perrer.! State here he became a favortetewher :
Hit r errd!! In this, offce shows << and sts-jneh friend t)
that he wa active! bath in Trial many ef the students who were '
and Aaaelate wwrk. I his c temporaries in ace I.w I.
In IBM he received the Senate Perhaps was a f..f'1ln-c mat :
A "*rd of the Northeast Hifh he was not fitlf'llinc' his deepest
SchoolLlie I desires that impelled' him to rcsicn > 4
was president of the Natkml from the colec! and enter 4 PriI
B.r ociation hem 1933in Mrhsmr Medina! School To understand : ,
1915 ant was a number of the' Carlton's restvene! !. it 4 l
Ttwird+ nf Trustees. of Lincoln' I' hems to Inow has parents MInd .' lI I *v
Urrfversttv! f-ren 1W9 to 1941. Mrs A R Goorllett came Aar' '
Frm 19V to 1949 be was representative Omaha Vebracka a few vrwt ,
In the General' AsftnVv after CarHon was tern in Cbb 4

'-''r.tt. 8Ha Ut'Matfver 'ey. Fla.When. d .
>!.rtrtet of Philadelphia. eounty I .
NriT .a
'
the thoneandh <"f M .
lie, wn chairman! ef the State t n m' rar1nc tc Cal'forn in i .+ad'
O.m..f't to su1r condttlons he World War II years. Dr I .
.
of t... it-b-n er'O'I'ttt'M G'ocIrt! .... thts ar..a be 'Y1I. i .
ef TVffHv'v" .n'a 1919 to 1944 t 1W"W frontfer, for America's m'n'rie'
He hu two a m mbr of the froir" fn' 194S heMs on.n.4 1CLIFFOKD I I k 1laa.
co'intv n-.ard f Law Esamlners' medieal offiee In San Fran
e'seo' tHe third Negro d'Ctt '"r
from 1947 tft the r>reent He also -
has h-."" a nwnV* nf the B*.rtef to -tiee In this. citv W
Trs.t.e, o' he Philadelphia 00'9 th' Nrrt:. tarn wr.k't .
Sa'e! Brtneb Vstk"ns1' As eeia.tfen tc-.tOIM! The Sun and THe Baby" COMBS
fr'he Art.nvetn-nt ef Co!- R.Per'.r wee br.vety trying PROPRIETORThe I'
ored Pe' .e and hw bn a mem-" L, m r"vle a votee tar the ne- Finest FoodsAt ..
br f ie' b".rd of Hpretors! since Ca'tferrd.ns'!
194t. If.. 's a member of the In 1948. these. +*<* nepers were Popular Prices
PMa! .M h's Urban I..srue and m.rfed with TV G.dlett and Dr Lunches 50c up Q. )What do
h" srv1 as Its MHter from Daniel A. Co iH M. a rtentM.' as Half for children .i/ou ,
195+1 t? ter n""nt. H.. I' bf-n I I M-tMib'' It1f'n ef The SunRefor- price
a mr Kf nt the PhlUdelohla ter.With under 12 mean CLKAN...
C'.." Un rv Wo. Paint Uo Corn- the newsoaper as a merthm Complete soda fountain .J
miteI far fve pears. and was a of cmBmunieatlen, Dr.G.nndlet service CLEAN..CLKAN t ? '
m-tn'-r f"f the r.n-er CrusadeConm't'ee was able to make more
*T Philadelphia In and mire people aware of the Open Dally and Sunday
19 and 1953.tp prob'ems that the Negro and olh. 7 '."'. to 12 Mldnlts A.
} ... >It metiSer of the Cenerul er minority croups were facing In WE MEAN THAT THE aMr-t t
Com-n ''ee of the 15>th An- CRISPEST, DRIEST MARTINI u"
n'-''' r".ftt,... "t the PhP-
,'-"''''''. fhr A. o !'t'1'1' In 1152. UNDER THE SUN IS MADE
of w*>'"h a.* .tlc" h* I Is a mem- "TV SICK ? WITH CIEAN TASTING
b-r lfl Heneranr Defreen In- FLEISCHMANN'S GIN
r'''''- o". f-"t MsrHs Co1e! e,
LLD !tn 104R and w* from
TP '"e'n ""'YfI' . +52. If. Is fnMt.r and t1"f"smrer
of the PhPadelohla Tribune SAME DAY SERVICE tram FIN tmmu CUll .>n nwi ,M fUJ:caauar Wfumc at w r nu m
Cha ittet. Jr..nd has been
chHrm ef he barn of directors ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
ef the DownfnrfOTrn' Indus.
trial M Mt"Ultun1! School Tube
Picture Special
frrr 1941!! to the present
I He was a m.nnbr of the '
. Pnn.vv n't parole! Read from 17.ncb-$22.95( 21-inch--$29.15 STAR MEAT MARKET
Oc"*> r II 1951 to Fine 195. t
He i. are i >*r of the bsrd of .-

rf'rec**** r>t the C'tlrens' andSouthern SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50
Bank and Trust Com-
1520 N.W. 62nd Street
pIP)'. Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges I
H. is a m-"nb-r of the BtotlstCr !

irr" Oth. affHatlons mclu'te Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph .
the 1:')[.. )'h srn*. John W. THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
Records All late hits. Speclal-3 for $1.00
Law C'u"N.tlonaJ-
L nr' rn I
Ba. A'4'' '' and Citizens Rep -

"lrsn Ctob.n .. 'Vets Radi(& TV Co. .
u.. ""n -* 4 t*+ B-rth* ernr -
in 1923. They have no childs -

rr'+. Fresh Meat-Low Prkes
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939 N.W. 3rd Ave.
1 the. p'i i. .*y-h"t Tribune
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Am.n. eldest Bean.paper
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PACE 4 SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1960 King Coleman I BURGLARS STEAL NEW PRINCIPALS

Continued from page 1 I I SAFE; GET 52c NAMED HERE


reportedly the number one ita- Burglars broke into the Magic Th Dade County School Boardon
tion in Baltimore and King will
School. 1453 NW Wednesday promoted 19
be the first ef his race on the City Driving
I} staff. 6th aven early Sunday morning teal en to the 'ost of p claw.
will continue' In the
which
to Miami from a 'and stole a 300 lb. sate, They
King came
'
valuable room while awaiting
number of
contained a '
Tampa station three years ago. and fan most them
next of
Benny OTJerry, president : -
1 1WFBC papers
- --- He records for station
spun be assigned as head of schools.
Off'let at 1112 N.W. Third Ave, Miami Florida-Phone FR 33 far i,* months before morn of the school. uSeS the safe

Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phont OX 10421 WMBM. |I. j c.ntalned only 52 cents In cash Named among the new principals .
I I but also had a quantity of blank
-- ---- -- are: Mrs. Wilkrine C. Bawl
H. E. SIGI8MUND REEVES Editor King who called himself the drivers' licenses and other valuable education teacher at Dorsey Jr.

Garth C Reeves Managing Editor and Buslnet Manager "voodoo man" built up a tremendous records. HJih: Moselev Deles curriculum

M mher nf the AMnriated XeeroV rr.- lively Mowing Jive chatter.with His hU Mommio loud., I Police are Investigating t b e assistant at Douglas Elementary;
).f sixth
... Poppio and Sapphire are bywords I case but up to late Thursdayevening Isaac ans.. grade teacher
"'rr't"." r of the a"nftAJr..P"I':- Publisher AMorUtlon 'A-I.h local listeners. no arrest bad been made. at Bethune Qementarv: Manatee
Bannetnnn.' dean of boys at

Entered *. *""*..+n.l HAM Matter Ancvt B, 1Q27 at the Po-t Offle when King hIs hit recording the blgtime of last"Mashed year Anyone who may happen to North Dade mp'TEENAGER

liti, mil. Ptorfcla, ander the art of March A, 187(1 Potatces" with the Swans became see any person attempting to sell
-- a smash success. It now auto drivers' licenses In the *reais : GETS

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ranks 28th on the R&B top 50. asked to Inform Benny OBerry
ONE YEA M90 SIX MONTHS I2.7S THREE MONTHS $t.W at the school or call the police 8 YEARS FORROBBERY
-------- ------ King will be back in town next precinct.
-. Ut:()() or Tim xjxino rlC :\q" week to wind up his business
THK VrnitO pirKsH hellrreik that America an he.t lead th<- woH.tfmm affairs.
FISHERMEN
roe d anal ntillonJil antaginnkms when It arrnnU to every mar 3

n-tra"II. rvf mcr. f'tllnr nr crr'- t, hit human and l.*el Hetit llattnrno An 18-year-oM teenager this

n,*... f.-.*."! no nian-1h.> learn lira trlt.. to help every nuu Clennon King MISSING IN KEYS week was handed an 8-year

In the firm b"Kt'h"t all men ire hnrt a. lone all anjx>nr I* heM Continued from pare 1 term for te robbery' of a NW 69thst.

IMc k. The 39-year-oW native of Al. Continued frcm pqe 1 sundry store last Oct. 30.
-
-- bin,.. Ga.. arrived In Miami three James Strachan 6A manager of Criminal Court Judge Gene

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKFourteen wev .-0 from Tijuana Mexico the Liberty Theatre, accompanied Williams sentenced Lawrence
sttrhtlv broke and solicited financial Ink Spots second' tenor
by the Brown rf 6922 NW 10th ave.Brrn .
million women comprising 17 nationalwomen's aM from sympathetic E&ex Scott 38 of Chicago put was accused! nf the armed
f 'em* HN wife and five childen -
their 14-foot beat in the water hrlduo of Arthur Alfonso ownerAl'
organization are on the march to end jetfrejration were I left behind In Calif or- about three pm from: Indian Key .+ < Sundry Store, 700 NW

in public school. Their newly formed organization i h n'*- and haven't been beard from 69th stADAM
the National For the past two week King! .
Organization* of Women for Equality in +
been preaching nightly at a
.:Edueaton NOW. c. ff' front chureh on the corner' I II and Strachan regular- POWELL

According to Mrs. Thelma Richman of Philadelphia -f VW 3rd ave. and 10th st'f I 1\. went on weekly fishing trips

chairman of the planning committee a national confar-'f v He Tn race of women will be held in .
Washington on Feb 17.19 I .
I .thy Afternoon. I H E. S Reeves' The soup nor- DIG
"to focus tits jar attention on the psychological social and KIM told the Times! Thursday mallv departed' before dawn and

ethical cocHuemrefl! of segregation' and their effect on I ".? hIt *ttlT+t on 'heaw bsMtwruld returned about five pjn.. but de- Hep Adn Clayton Powell Jr.

children of all racer.Participating vcter rp-4stratl' iaed their departure Wednesdayto has aootafiz for a4nHng; out
-front Neatrncs. kf nothing else.
aecoenodtte Scott a boyhood
are the National Council of Women He was finding It aomewhat" dlf- chum 'f Jolllvette. Italian and Jews in a recent talk
In New York about .
t nited rhur-h: Women The Women's Division of theAm"M.a I I't! mt'n the state requlre- in Harlem. numbers rackets
," .,\tIIf, for placement on When the fishermen; failed to
Jf'
i nfoh Con grew, Hadassah, The National
he Mllel return bv midnight Wednesday,
The New York
con crewman
CoiH.cil; of Negro Women, The General Alliance of Unitarian K'n* roe" rritWreH the NAACP Mrs Jtflivette! alerted' the Florida 'ft"" h's r*'nfr*>ratf n, at the Abv-

Women and other liberal church women. The 'i M,'*V *, I which mt h'm Highway. Patrol and the CoastGuard simian, BHit Chu'rh a week

Asfloriiition of rnh.erMlbt'omen and Pioneer Women.Mrs. "-I''* ton A'eorn" Cotir) then The Highway Patrol discovered 'to <*' ,r...t in enroll at the University! I Jollivette's car and boat W m'lllmi dollars a 'rear on mrn-
Eleanor Roosevelt is the honorary chairman. .'. M'..'"mi landing Instead Inn trailer: at Indian Key. 90 hen n m s "to fwfoo'rt Rattan

Other are Fellowship of the Concerned, Delta Sigma ''n'ane asylum.c south of Miatnt. 'I and Jewish (numbf'nba kers"
Thrift National Association of Colored'omen's Clubs 1'ro"x'c+ n Hate King I
"Id he planned tn twin th- TnA A helicopter and a seaplane row-f"1 aki over the weekendin
The Nato"p| Women's Conference Ethical Union, The 4 +en'+,.nt f- .American Unit? from the Cot Guard Search and a te'evitkm interview"Musk'

National Woman's League of the United Synagogue of "" ."" Party Rir ;r branch scanned the keysar

America. The Women Society of the Seventh Day Baptist K'n**. platform is a mutually und lnd.an: Key all day Thursday I *n'hf> *fn T .eh\t9 rr +* o hare bankers aM that in
.s" with no sign of clue. In
a
setorv oHiton! to the racial "
General reference. The Women's Department of the ."....' Harlem are whites.
'''" "h'n a vest after his the afternoon the Air Force at i I
United Auto Workers, The Women's International a... c ",.n..tlon is Inaugurated, Heald Hofe-ted put fvo planes in the

for Peace and Freedom and the Union of Orthodox Jew. < u? there I* no satisfactory srtk air to make wide exploratory I

Ish Congregations\ of America.It '" h* iJll call" for a rote on sweeps of the expansive keys JABBERWOCK
'h- creation of '
a separate Negronation.
will be interesting to follow the activities of these! area.The Feb. 29thB.

14 mllion women. They will have not only the eyes of the Y'U take It firm there air search was called off Monday,
at du+k. but two Coast Guardeut'ers
nation urn them but the eyes of the whole world.
T. W. AuditoriumDon't
GAS STATION kept patrolling the treacherous .
We hope for their success In this venture. keys whites into the night

The bout wa* equipped' with
-- --- -- --- -- BANDITS CAUGHTt fW'hnr. life -re,ervers and oars.

....- .1. husband Strachan -a the only swimmer
ef Olin SteM who ((4 Fret Fkhtt
well!! knowft for her flht to help tad four bniltl nail 'h" i'*.rtv.
.1i'gT n"I/SIN. '5 M far -- ,"d -" 'It a "f'." Scot hat child and .
in'r rate the Little R8f'k.l+6,. i I one JeUivetle
... Join' Th. NAACP
t'elteols' vtee hf'ftn They tk the three. '
.. Aa'" R HENRY r,a""e'v M.k and tttQ In

..._- -.e vt ,euPv'dre The ccn man rtlll Beta by. In "..h 'f'.- ana ma.ie their eeap ,
Otitoafo lat 'opt lone .f!er the mw their
week
Loney Neal a
..I..hower'. budget Sl-year-oW. but driver drew -.'wav t""f"n" 'h'' Gulf sM MIAMI'S MOST DESIRABLE APARTMENTS
ine'" ('OftOt"f'I"" \ (fh FI-wMa' and MJ I a con man expecting to gave thare .* rv ,,,,--,,,,, "" ',-4 th.. Completely furnished, adequate parking area,
.
mil'IfIII t".. ..- Fe lord J bJUd.n ta aup aed SI0.000 Ilth! < M' T9tft stie feT this .1"""" ". .md'. T't4a "fl'eer.
: n n Al! he cotle ted far hU cash was r-- 8f'autilulllandacaped, large spacious rooms
b '-' ",, I. 2'h .- f It
down
t it bet'aeen13th craps of How .n+ nn at NW
asst I" ', ....... I '"''' nf -'h- "n-n In the car ant

G" fA '''.'-n Co. of which the YOUTH GRABS awed-nff shotgun and a pistol. $20 WEEKLY-2 CHILDREN ALLOWED

GranH W-v e'oat 54th at. bet .
> Trn '.*' aM 12th aVN. U apr I MONEY FLEES Th- $125 and the other two FLORAL PARK APARTMENTS
". "
11. lUll
wre at large this
ff"n r'1 a rot necme' of
$1 7"4 *A* f""- H .hree months Oeor. Duncan. 31. a milkman "',",k. 2474 N.W. 58th Street NE 5.7408

t'ndfftC Xcv 99. 199.' of 176t6 NW 38lh (court stood In Febll

roosts I lae with. $100 in band to buy YOUTH/ SWIMSAT
'the Pr+rMt pestaceHe money order at Ford Fair Store
r1...." .","+"vi. thinkt vrcTV 163'd ft and NW 27th ave about MATHESON _
e' ." i ta.,' em** for an or- 7 pm Tjedav A youth about
d'c .,". 1-'a' a'+4 a4' '''''t cents fer 15 or 16 crabbed the money and HAMMOCK
arn'p! _n, ..ee laow Cen- dashed out of the door which!. WHS
grtt feels """ut It. being held open bv a companion A teenage boy went swimming, Booker T. Shoe Store

at Matfeern Hammock Park Sun

Ti'. f-v C'-nnrn Kin of the SOUTH AFRICAN *iy the first Nerro to break !

\1.111 CH..1".*' ant' a former pro- the color' tine toll .-and there 1190 N.W. 3rd Avenue
1t'IOf' 'f ., "neov at A'eorn C. ll COLLEGES were "** 'fnc'dent *r' r+ting to t

It'... M*"'...<'...,. l Ie reoorted as SEPARATES R L. Penney park manafer. t "Run-Rite to Booker T."
ben! a ,".."*'.*.." fivr Prwldrnt Two months ago nine Nerroeaent "
.
.* .... ''"''''In.t at Ctandcn Park I .
of th .1M without Incident I
free n'v"try flM"< he hat the
nece-arv' otisMf'eaHon Ifa OK. education In South Penney said a few of the 17.000' i i CLEARANCE
SALE
out visitors complained about t
Africa!
has
been given a fatal 1 .*
"
blow e r'jth'a crenence. but """, -
The f'd.tMt'f'ft dpoartment of this year as the government CHA CHA BOOTS
thing! was peaceful. The youth,
the Ir'r+ t+v.'i A."nwnt PrMee. opens three ttate-c'ntroMed col.V1 w-.h. io** identity was not known Reg. 5.99-Now 4.99 Reg. 3.99-Now 3.59

tlve O"... "'f lTk cf the World Veroe* for.Nejroes will. be only.barred from '*!. th.. nark after .TAtarrrlng for
h's f"'M "''nenfO"1"lnf'nt" an hour i FUR SLIPPERS
Withwater! rand in Johannesburgand -Reg. 2.99, Now 1.99
+ John Atownlfa'1 !
/Irr#"'i".n. n the
the University of Cape Town
"f r--n- -rHI wW honor where EASY WALKERS SHOES Reg. 6.99 Now 5.99 "'
they were previously ac. ,
b,t'tl1'"t' in Wuhlnton. ,.
them at fit. cepted.I HOUSE FOR Save
on Boys' and Girls Shoes
D. C. en Jan. 28. SALEI'
I I
I Only Netrees will be allowedto Near N.W. MANY STYLES AT BARGAIN PRICESLadies'
..
Hilda S .."n **rll kno-wn aetre attend Alice In Cape Province
, s. return to Broadway on N oya In Natal and Turfloop In \. Uniforms-20 percent off
Feb. J5 ft.r..*nf In a unit role In sate bath in Liberty City. 1454 Houa with income. 3-be.d-

new 1'.1ay-' "Th* Cool Werld rate obese will be opened for! rooms,, 2 baths. Large cor : BUY NOW AND SAVE
I! Sur: -fricfM (Mulattos.'
)
L. C. 1t.tff'meT, oublkher 1 The Mea te net only to segregate ner lot. Easy terma I Open Man. Thru Thura. ...... to S p.m.

of the A**...,..* State Pre t his the un trbtte from the PL 8-0991 Owner Friday til t p.m.-Saturday tit 10 ......-Sun. til 1 p.m.
been anntd' to the NAACP white, tat to separate the 'various ,
national fleW taff. Bates I s the o-white racial groups.
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1st Degree Murder Chargedin I SATURDAY MIAMI, JANUARY TIMES 23-, MIAMI 1960 FLORIDA_PAGE_ 'H I






Everett Butler's Killing (


..,
r The confined coroner's inquestand
I preliminary bearing into trot
killing of Everett Butler. _-to.;,:.l N k WJ
F J .f>encd in Justice 01be Peace r
I*'rancU J. Christie's Court Friday .
afternoon Jan 8, was con-
united At 2:30 p.m last Friday,
PotloAtn the testimony of the ..
1* i'I cast state 'witness the defendants,y 'ra.
White James Holland Jr.. 19. and
I I Johnny Parma Jr. 30 were bcund
( over to the Dade County Grand
Jury on a ohar e of first decree .
II murder and a re being held withou .
: ; b;nd.
Li Holland and Puma are being;
defended by An,. Henry Carr .
I; assisted by Attys. Arthur F Carl- I
a and Harry Willis. I
Am. State Atty Irwln; J
B't"* handled' the case for the

i J state. I II
;r The only witness caHed to the
I
I
stand on Friday was Detective
,
# I games I 1. Mimx of the police department t: .
operator of the lie dc.emt -
ws
.
machine. -
a."
Det Mtoix testified that he asked ;
Holland rwcuM he like to take
i Ue detector' ten on Dec. 24. Y
when the detective first talked' 4'.. .
with; Holland about the 'ul: n:.
olland first aid he roe not sure
r ''but later added that he did not
wvir to take the test
I
Mtnix added that Holland! denied Mayme Richardsonto r-.t' Sr .:>< E ac 2148 NW
i I having any kn wledfe of the 4th st Ft l..audnll.i: c The pubic -
ese and also denied shooting Sing at Sweeting to Invitett ('on'r b.t.un $100
Butler Later the detectivebreupht
I Holland face to face wI'h.rtM. i Estate IOTAS Install
I .-. told theo :
who already Jolt),. Mayme Q Rkhardsen.dram.hC' ,
of New YorkCity
Former Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis !shows the oin* Minix explained that soprano

obstacle stroke to Las Vegas lovely Audrey Whitmore Parma told Holland he atilt loved .J the wi.I most i appear wonderful in concert perfernances In one- At a recent. metting t'f Gamma'

white pausing! In Miami at the Sir John Hotel enroute eat. h.an. but that in a case like this ever to come to FtLudvrHaie. Alpha Chaps el I-U PM Lambda
from Havana, Cuba where he was guest! of the o.ltroo"t'mmf1t. a tarn ha to look out for himself Sunday Jan. 31 ato'coek Son rity cffieets for IMS wereinstalWd
M'.n.x: further testified that he .
The newffcrrm are
Louis will participate In the Annual North lock f. renal statementfrwn 3 ;
later a ML'' Micharttoon has appeared Iinn S Carey, President. ; Juanita -
South Golf Tournament in Miami Feb. 1418. llo'lsnd'! tn .hi<4> he admitted in Patartinr. Jerusalem' andKcypt Matthew. fleet vie president" ;
sh-rdina at Butler bit ext m concert appearance* and Ar team I). HisWi-rt site ml vteetrrskltnt.
--- --- -- --- Ulninjt that he did not know atthat I
hM as: appeared at Carnegie C\ntkla H..I.io... avt.ltag -
tans! that he had hit htm UK and Julltord School of Music McrHarv; Zelwu Rl'ek asSMUM .
Elks Meeting Has APPOINTMENTS Neither the state or the de- I 'I..... University. I rftIIWdi..1.1'". 's'e M1CoIwfMn.

Overflow The new year arsettt4meata! MtM JteMird sin/v: with .ftn..nr:a.; KTrtry;
made by the. exalted ruler were dramatic impart, and her. ;er .nt W.tfa. Wash NTUin. f'urr.+;ojiiet
AttendanceAT' Houc CunwnHtee-: Johnson "' i. part of the secret of her I I ......,...n. 1. rra-ne: Me.:.e. UMM-
J Vakfez, D Williams. W. .J.emcos., success Youll rave when you surer; IKma 1) ('h:pman dean ofatarm "
Undce No. 306 held its: Herbert CJUMoftft near: her u* first meeting of the year on Jan. Sixta! (-mmittee.: George, M *. Kicfcttrttwm s4n gt in several *; iervtis C. eve. >mr-
I
Stuart chairman.; C Wilson. Oscar laflfuajv nalUt
S .. 321 NW 16th
.r neme. I Range, J Dutler I The concert' will take place at The nwly etef Terr, with Harold IHggs ezaltrdrri.r .
Civil Liberty Oomriltl**' Elliott Her is.aaka. outiisw her
presiding. I J P.ere. Nathan Cunninjhwn.atrise Liberty City, $995 Dn. I ptan far the year aM a pr iiH d

Prior to the regular meeting an j Department: Dan Ander- 2 Houses on 1 Lot i tense couAM4s made any etc sine the following """"Mt.r CKar-(
oft'"" cab'fret meeting was called on. chairman. stMmwnt. menEducation aid scholarship
in order to review a very ambiOeu Atlas Lodge Auditin Cwnmit- Live rent free in one, income I Jude e Chrtttie announced the LuereMa Eve; membenhip.. Dana
aM eomervhensive pro- tee: John! Dean, chairman.Instructions & from the other will pay. tj nff the ('OUr.Dd the inquest I) Chafimsn_ f. u> Vahti
tram etmcNled by the exalted and LeetjnncCfnvnittee **as ended (' te tnan. __1I1R'. El nor a Humes
1 payment.No
Only mortgage
ruler t+r she new year. Full IndartenvrM Th- mae TAeerep.oti,
coal. Anyone can - -
chairman. closing
>a*>eratten, -..s pledged., by the OrsjamsL; hike J Taylor buy. Call now.Liberty. ------ -
Antlers Guard and Para4enuttoe o..a-
eft en .t'NMt. -
The regular: meHmf was well : If chiaho.. eaa4ai.. Jack City +
atte 4ed and all members present JohnsnnUffhts-
were fiv- the jportuaiijr to ex. and Decoration Committee 3-Bedrooms 2 Baths CBS
prow thmlve and offer sufC : HKivard fo..ka Wallace.chairman. -. $995 Down

.*U n* f.r improvement for a See this beautiful new homein
Ground Jmsw ... t CommMtee
Atlas Lodge in 1MO. v -
Creator :: Dan Airfefo. eMrm) the heart of Liberty City.
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE I Pubkc Rea4n Cwwntttee Deposit will hold until com

STATE CONVENTION Charles C North, chairman pleted. One mortgage. No

Am.eg the "HHtkm was a closing cost. EZ terms to I
drive tor member of Atlas II II I
every JABBERWOCKMonday you. Don't pay rent. Call us I
large to pied.. himself to submit II M

a m_nrrujm of two candidates today.- -. _- I
for member hip before March IS Feb. 29th -- -
,
and arrangements tit full pare.erpatt Opa Locka
: n at the state meeting' nnAprtl Month
$595 Down $82.50
B. T. W. Auditorium -
l : Daytona Beach
a
Beautiful new CBS, 3 bedrooms .
-. ...- ."... -.- -- .; now under construction.

Choose yours now.
.
Small monthly payment. No a4M1 .

CLEANING closing costs. Only 2 left. .
1 DAY Better hurry. Do it now.

OrchardVllla" PLASTIC COVERS

t
$995 down on this! lovely 3-
bedroom CBS home on extra Pr '.nrnorwfft protection for fum- | >N li rtittture
504 without' hiding Its bouts.M swswN
PANTSFriday large corner lot. Call now

for appointment to see this Cbt,-CW real bargain today. Don't f'ottc' FREE. ALU Y,f*tt.
MOTH-PROOF DIRT.
( and Saturday lOc More pay rent. S J tn your heme 'ROOf.Worronty NON-if'

Mr M a ', r' (bom Cawly eUorx ..,t, theM
$295 Down .'.- ..A WorfcjnomhJp) -wipe of a cloth"

North Miami Beach. 3.bedroom Individual& >>1 pi.CM NCMtlOtety lipc, *vd with

one year new CBS or ok vents, tnclwdmg oU cu*>Mons

Expert Alterations lovely lot, near ahoppinr. 0

causeway and bus. EZ termson PL
Call Now 15841Evening
balance. We have the

SON CLEANERS key. Call us.

ALL CASH LOTI FOR YOUR WI/ 7-0895



1047 N.W. 3rd Avenue 7-MS6 BRIGHT 243 REALTYPL NW 79th St. NICHOLAS 759 N.E. 79th Street






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D. P. JOYNER lupt. R. R. CREPEAU, lupt. E. K. WOITKE. Supt. A. M. REGISTER JR., Supt R. H. RITZ, Supt.

J. EARL CULBRETH jz4
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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF FLORIDA


wishes/ fo think tick of yiv for miking us a Big (Company In 1959. We now have

Over 25,000 Policy Holders and 13688148.00 Of InsuranceIn

ForceWe


sffirf randy ft serve ,.11. A Miami Company for the People/ of Florida

SELLING LIVING BENEFITS -


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Accident, Salary Replacement, I L ITT INSURANCE COMPANY Accident, Salary Replacement,
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and Our Grandpa Special up to HOME OMICI MIAMI-7l4t S.KOIIDA W. EIGHTH STIIIT and Our Grandpa Special up to
age 85. OLD LINt LEGAL IESCRVE STOCK COMPANY age 85.

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Principal Praised by North Dade Citizens I EXCURSION TO MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

fir. -- I
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f ; be excursion by bus to Key '
West Sunday Jan. 31. The bus
eaves Eoenezer Church 1042 :NW i
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3rd ave. at 2 ajrt arriving; in Key -TIiT.c
West 6.30 ajn Leaving Key Westat :
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9 prn. arriving in Miami at ,
1 am Monday.
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This trip is sponsored by the
Associated Lay Leaders cf the
South: end of the Atlantic District.
I I Fa, Conff'ff',,"". All laymen of t-n
E!>eneter Kelly Chapel and St.
I 11 hn's Church. Perrine, are askd -
to at'ei1d. "Know your church." .
I A'l friends are also invited. For
t t.ckets, which are (800 round
"rip: call Mrs. Syble Ramos. OX
I I M73 or Mrs. J. L. Dixon, OX
79213. :

1 I! W I,. White is district lay J lead
4! er. Pro*, R V. Moore, conference"
Ir y leader. Rev Frank Cambridge
d._'rirl superintendent and Mrs a
J L Dixon. associate lay leader

1_Y AIJ are welccme J23 JD j jI
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New ClubOrganized
It took the ocnfidence in 'n the school's athlete! : fIeld. \

our ccmmjiCty" of a treat, treat I I I rather than taking them in town -i' ,'
leader to make this decision away from the community which A group of ladles met at the
great supports the school. This was a h'*me of Mrs. Berhta Ayers, 194: w 1'Y
This quoted statement "first" for Opt Locka and the I NW 8th court' SUnday. Oct. 25. I :
was taken tram a prepared citizenry wanted' It knwn that and a cbib was orsirrfzed named
speech that was made by Mrs will of these AribeIf
they support more the Loyal 49Mrs. .
Agnes' McCoy president of the tl
attractions.In I II o ter spearheaded the tI
North Dade High School PTA. at addition tohLt n-tcrr ofappredatkn :,un or.lnw.1 1
she appeared one evening before 1 I to Mr Wyche. ).1".1 The following ( I f
a large audience' in the school's McCOY is shown in the p'eture! elected: Mrs. Florence Allen,I -
auditorium recently As she spoke' presenting tokens of apnrvc:ation president; Mrs. Bertha Ayers I -: ,
she was representing the feelings to, left to right, Samuel Forte, frst vice president Mrs; Wino
and opinions of the entire Opa i I athletic director' and John ArftOhI.I Holme second vice presklen,
Lncka community as well as the j, head football <*%eh Mrs McCoy Mrs. Geraklme Allen secretary; [ cE I1i1In
PTA These wcrds were addressed -1 1 I could not refrain from tatghtog Mrs Mary Ellen. Smith correspond ,
to Cnaries D. Wyche. Principal'l': at the great amount' t'f surprise in* seereiary; Mrs. Birdie
of the school She '; that was re.-Mered en the faces Neal treasurer Mrs. Flees Brennefl -
courage exhibited by Mr. Wychtn ={ the ree .ins .f the ,ins.I .- chaplain; Miss J. Nell Grace Fine Whiskey. .
( staging several football lama!I Photo by Francis. fnriiemrntarian; Mrs. M Wit.'I'I'I
-- I liam Mrs. Catherine Womackand
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Mrs E. Clements sunshine FLEISCHMANN'Sis
emenmiUre. L Moon, fkwer eommittrr -
"Vote For Your Favorite Freedom Fighter"Drive
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; Mrs M. ROM and Mrs. MPrvor
reporter, Mrs ArefeeilaFtwler. BIG
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for NAACP Mr Ions Turner, Mrs. buy
5,000 Rhtabrth R. Johnson and Mrs.
Myrtle M Davis honorary mem


Members Starts Feb. 14 bersJABBERWOCK 90 PROOF is why! "


B. T. W. Auditorium
Yea can now make it known Garth C Reeves, managing editor BLENDED WHISKEY' 10 HOOF 1,% ORAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
who your favorite Freedom of this nuwvpaper, commentedthat FltltCMMAHN" DISTILLING' CORPORATION, NEW YORK OltV
THE
Fighter is in Dade County by "this t is the real opportunity' MONDAY, JAN. 29

casing your vote during the 1960 for every Negro citizen to get behind -I "j as seuatr
membership nn ;-IID. thru Feb. the NAACP by showing J
14-24. | who is his favorite Freedom I
Each membership la the) fighter in Dade County." For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
N'AACIwill count" for one vote Plans are to have MAe than I
for your favorite civic leader 500 persons working as campaign -
when the name is written on tat solicitors in the drive.
back c4 the envelope. "Freedom''I I Beauty shops and other busteesafstablishments BONDED COLLECTiON
Fighters" taking part in the effort will nerve as
to raise 5.000 or more members Membership Stations. Pictures af
in NAACP are: Fr. Theodore outstanding campaigners will .be
R. Gibson, Atty. O. E. Graves published each week to the Mi-
Lee B. Wright, Rkhard It Powell. ama) Times.
Mrs Merton Muldrow and theRev l1 bert W Saunden NAACP AGENCY Inc. f:
Edward T Graham. Other field secretary said injormatton
candidates are Mrs. Ruth Perry will be furnWwd to ali who .u.1I ,
and Mrs Vemeil' P. Albunr. to work in the drive if the ell .
Fr. Gtbn and Rev. Graham FR 4-5422, Membership kit are .A
were cited by a legislative Investigating available for dtw...... club,
committee and order fraternal units and other orfaaUaUona -
ed to appear before a Tallahassee and Individuals The largest collection and rental
Court te show cause as to why
tae* ahstuid. Mt answer question
about NAACP. Mrs Albury and REDUCE! agency in the South; operating in
Mrs Perry %ere also called up
several times by the committee!I Trim aft unwanted I inch** and Dade and Broward Counties' .
along w:'h Atty Graves who II regain the yeutnful' figure yew
the legal ann for Civil Rights deal ri. _
Negro Housing
areas
Action in the state of Florida WEIGHT CONTROL
Mr. Powell is no-* president of I CHARM AND POISE

the Liberty City branch and Mr. Call Mrs. Evelyn Tynes L, L BROOKS, Prtsldtnt
Wright is one of the long time:
officers of the branch. Mrs. Mul- NA 1.0470 OX 1.9710

drow has worked diligently to EASY METHOD SCHOOLOF MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
build t he Miami branch and has
CHARM ANDREDUCING
served as Membership Chairman 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

for several years
BROWARD
COUNTIES
Elaborate plans are being made 6888 N.W. 15th Ave.
for the drive with outstanding JJO
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1960 I '





I Area Lags in UP Drive 'faitvRIYt.' .. eo J


", OX 1.7959NW._ 22nd] ve. & 69th St.
Scores of midtown residentswere

anon. (*e m.re than one ...,...,s.+.................--
thousand United Good Neighborswho w
Friday. Jan. 1S, reportedthat PHIL OSSOFER 1i Try t FRIDAY SATURDAY
they collected $193,202. in
the door-t, -door crasade for the SA.YS:
United Fund of Dade County.
the Fund's total .
This
brings ----
collections to $2.232.327 toward
Dean Gordon B. Hancock'scolumn
the announced minimum need 6
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"Between The Lines,
Lfure (I $3,635.729
.
In The Miami '
Friday's report, given In the which appears
sell named. I eagerly
Times Is
Everglades
Grand Ballroom of the I
Hotel, indicates that the seek' out hb column knowing.
idea to activate my mind
scene
women have com feted 47 percent I
of $407,000 ,oal. and enable me to see better "be-
They *ill continue to work tween the lines" on current prcb-I
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from door-to-door througout the ems r
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county until every cne of Dade's I,
Ills recent words en pq ulatlon,
resident has had an opportunity Th nncn of Mt OLvette: proud-
explosion brings to light new ln-I Mrs. Bessie; Bethune
ly present
UFs
to five to the support of L
sight-on his urgent question and I I
300 health and welfare services. lsopran. accompanied bv Mrs.
Mrs. Mildred M Clarke regional on Its answers lie says that pop Ilaro:ean Storr at the. piano in
chairman for South Midtown ulation checks Itself ..bM1'th rectal: M< nday even n?, Jan. 25,'
reported her workers raised standard of living is raised. Thus 8:15 o'ccck: at Mt O:.vette Baptist -
23 percent of their: $1.015 goatA a m:re equalised distribution d Church, use NW ht court I II

breakdown" shows that Roy wealth rather than birth control Sub cripton_$1.00.. 4 I
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Bentley, district director for Coconut will prevent overpopulation.To e.i..esr

Grove. raised $192 toward date, we have used war, the man Teve'and: Deac:n Samson'Eddie Colife is ,dn.1 co-: HARRY BflARME' ROBERT RYAN SHELLEY WINTERS
hit $275 goat Mrs Sally Walker,
barbarous to solve
most method
mailman and Rev I. c. Miekin
direct: of collections South Miami in an area and his prt&kxn but h time ha nxnister: l'1 I -ED KaEY-aOHA 1 6MHAHE-{ -wuin4mwwu. tea N:'"
bounded by "
cane for us to "grow' up to
Florida City, reported she Collected ; flee from the animalistic to the PLUS
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$46 toward her $740 goal I jpirituaL Dr ltancock: sums this Many, Many Thanks

Eugene Kemp. re'.ional beautifully with his statement I :
man for N rth Midtown.nlr-I up that no matter how many Thank- b everybody" for the i FOUR OF TODAYS MOST EXCITING STARS,..
nounced he be collected 1 ndnesses: rendered .
earth many to me IN THE MOST SCORCHING DRAMA OF
pe pie are on we will run
cent of his W.MS ta-fet into the same trouble unless men I dur.nc my rec at cirrf.ixment YOUNG PEOPLE TO IGNITE THE SCREEN IN YEARS!
Kemp. also doubrs as district Y ur ray en, visits eoAtr.bu'lons.
become ( the live i
Urifrers with
director for Liberty City Scott telephone calls f.ewers. books I
and let live srit of the Golden
Hcme and BfwnvJlle collected .II. of all!! fetod. carrying mt to ''t' HAlWAlLJS'roKncareer 1
Rule the Naiarene.
of lowly
$840 in this area. His goal Is i I' from the doctor etc. were "

$4.573 An equal distribution of trod greatly appreciated.I .
MN. Juanita Hamberry. direc as the gcod Dean says as very !I F r fear of mk;slog somebodyor _
tor for the downtown are, collected important We hear the stories of, over Joe,kin* sonvthm:, may I
$61 toward a goal of $3.- rotUnz surplus food of "plowing' just say, thanks to all of you for

under" to maintain prices while I, even thing because y\.u Holped to
592.MIAMI brothers other lands mefre thane mon'bs In bad and
our in starve i SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
NAACPTO How unjust! How unmerciful! I indoo-s lees drear and lent.

Yet we' claim to worship and Gratefully,
HONOR serve God. the Just tie Merciful. Willie Hue Jamison GREGORY FTu.. s IIf
We really serve hypouacy.I'I
JACKIEROBINSONOn l F.S BF-tomJ
Why be Out of Style f
God has always taken care of PECK u4u> 4
Tuesday Feb 16 the Miami us. When we feared that coal Let us convert yrur doubt h>. UfiUSM ,
Branch NAACP will present a might run out. lie gave us oiL i breast SUM to. siifie breasted, Grab*!
testim nial award '? Jackie Rob. When. oil reserves seemed insuf- narrow lape! $18 up DEBORAH .
ins on. in recogn' on of his untiring .cient for future progress He Your Smil.r* T.\r'37 NW _
effort in :Jhe field of civil gave us aUtnic poer. Now with! 3rd Ave. Reuben Hepburn Prop
rights Many wc.l-knomn personalities the fear that food supplies 'AUI beth indf KERR
in the sport ;and entertainment .:n in a more heavily populated [
wvrkt will be present word: He is revealing limitM ...

to honor thfe *rest American suit lies from the seas .R i TUz1 JERRY WALD-S j
The ooeaakn "4I! be a Cabaret Dean Hancock performs a great I I o.aaaea aT

D'nner' and Diee to be held at service in passing on to us h.... BEi9ViD b I
the C'ub MI. 1999 NW 75th stCocklffU !'o.ical and spiritual thinking THEATRE INFiDEL rt -_ I I
hojr eel hors dVeuvres the Miami Times is to be comp -
from 7;3' pm.; dinn r to be served imeoted on carrying his fine STARTS SUN.
Tvromvt'v: at 8:19: Dining anda column. PLUSWEDNESDAY -

f:ear rfwwr will fallow the The good Dean not only helps "The Miracle"Carroll ,. -- .
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award. us to, read "between the lines"
The en"re coat far the evening but also to see the handwriting Baker ,
Is only $3 IS i*r person. a donation on tie walLFLORAL Plus ( ..JERI.YDIfJI'OOnG

t"AACr Reservations' "Old Man and Sea"I -
mar bf mide by calling FR HEIGHTS ELEM..
4-3422 I Spencer TracyAir
The Annual Tea given by the p
Dr. C. A- Lavton PTA will be held Sunday Jan. .. ..... u

24, 4 to 8 pjn. Your attendance "- .- .. .'- L.-:2..0.: ,__ J .
Attends SeminarAccoe9'ng wilt be appreciated' Mrs. Lee Conditioned .m 1II1US---

Etta Thomas will be the speaker ......
tr the Educational Mrs. Marie Huff, chairman CAPITOL [N DIJ..DII sum'lIIDsmm.DilIII1

Ra'esrei So iev Dr Oharles. A Mm Grace Albert principal rsa Layton. 3 817 C 'rat Way wan F. B. Newsman president I I THEATRE ,
among the many. doctors and their
wives wh a'teni" an BJjc-itien. Circus at BeachThe SAT MIDNITC I

al Research Sem'nar held In the SUN. Thru THURS. t SATURDAY
Rmgiing Brothers and
Dunont P'aia: Hotel recently I Barnum and Bailey circus will JAN. 24 to 2S I
The wn'msr was an intensive b
course of intruri'on by Dr. Earl wind up a week-long stand at Frank Sinatra In I [IES---&CEJf1D'EUrK

S. Robinson C'ht: f of staff, outpatient the Miamj Beach Exhibition Hall "Never So Few"Plus !
with ..
a triple header performance '
C'ttrkf th Los Angeles
College in G!.. dak. Cal Saturday, and matinee Sunday : L, .
Tie' subverts covered !in the 'n addition to matinees and "Machine Gun Kelly"AIR .:
two-day section were related to evening pcrfcrmances, this season L ,
for the first time a 10 am Saturday .
the latest d in the Ae.d: of professional ahow especially for the kid .....-,..-I'll.:Loo.:JIl. ..!""' JI O"-MA5co" COLOR I
economies, according to Dr. dies ts scheduled' The jfcow opened CONDITIONED by OC tUXC If aw.oae SOUMOmxKn

Lav ten. last Saturday.
fltie affair concluded PLUS,8TAa11. -
wo' Sunday -- BUNCHE
afternoon "feh an open for-

um on doctor- atlent retatkn- Register Today! tHFATRt OPA OCA l .>>IG u PSIOOUCXD: AM nLMCDt

obtained ship and in Hs practice btrtni en results Your Vote is Needed SUN. Thru WED. HAS THE MOTION PICTURE CAMERA

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA HULAN JACKINDICTED
Ass't to
Marshall's Speakfor

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1960 FORCONSPIRACY (


. Hulan Jack president of Man- NAACPNAACP
STATE TEACHERS Roval Twenty News hattan Borough New York was Dade
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URGE POSITIVE I ome-n" indicted last Wednesday for con-
The Royal Twenty's a.Tracy to obstruct justice and
ACTION IN Club of Coconut Grove held III violation cf the city charter Woman
regular ire-Christmas meeting at Jack, who receives $%5,000 per
BUTLER'SMURDER the lovely home of Mrs. Carrie has
year as borough president
Bryant of 1060 NW 64th St, on the hifhest municipal office held Lawyer to Open LADIES SUM DOWN IN

Dec. 13. Preparations were made by a Negro In this country.
during this meeting for the annual His indictment Is the result of DriveMrs. YOUR HOME
Hon. Richard E. G rstein
Christmas party which was a grand Jury investigation abcuta
State Attorney subsequently held at the home of $5,500 remodeling" on his Harlem Ocnstanoe Baker Motley, STAUFFERHOME
Dade County Court House Mrs. Myrtle Davis of Coconut apartment which admittedly '
Miami Florida I one of America's outstanding: PLAN
Grove Mrs Bryant was thanked had been paid by Sidney J. Un
Since the wanton murder of the far the wonderful repast that she, ger, a real estate promoter. Both young women lawyers and the
late Mr. Ererett L. Butler, who served, by Mrs. Marie Allen. men claim the transaction was a special assistant to Thurgood I Offers you reducing' in

was a very active member of the loan between frknds. Marshall director the NAACP I your own home. Free dem
Florida State Teachers Association Entertained at Jack claimed he received the legal and Education Fund Inc,
loan In 1958 when linger onstration. Call FR 3-6977
office has been flooded early
my I will ;eak for the Dade Countybrancht'S
with calls asking that our association Birthday PartyMrs. was seeking approval: of sponsor- mdiJBEAUTY
of 28-milllon dollar slum "Woman Day" program -
take some action in this ship a
matter. Naturally our members Bertha Dean Adderley of clearance rogram. Later In the Sunday Feb. 14, Mrs. Ver-
were shocked by what Is in ourorMnion 400 NW 17th SL apt. 6, entertained Board of Estimate! he voted nell P. Albury Woman's Day
a number of relatives and against such approval. program chairman announced
cne of the worst crimes ,
eommitteed' against one of out friends Tuesday night at her i The grand jury began Its Investigation this week.
fellow teachers in Florida. home with a birthday party t on Dec. 15. Unger has I The prcgram will mark the

The law has moved swiftly and Mrs. Adderley was presented a appeared: before that body six formal opening of the I960 membership New Duplex
efficiently. This we recognize. number cf gifts by the White j I times and Jack four times. drive for all Dade Coun- 4 Spacious Bedrooms
However we want you to know Rose Social and Savings Club of ty's NAACP units. It will be heldat 2 Tile Baths
that more than 8500 members of hich she is a member. Mrs. Sphinx Club NewsThe the Greater Bethel AME:
the Florida State Teachers Association -I Rowena Flowers Adderley is Church. Taking. part will be 2 Utility Rooms
Sphinx Civic Quo Inc.now .
are extremely Interestedin many of Miami's outstandingwomen City Water
i president of the club Mrs. Ath-
entering into Its 20th Is
the outcome of this particularcase. year. including Mrs. Myrtle M.
eria Glass secretary and Mrs. happy. to look back and see 1480 N.W. 59th St.
We pledge full reliance ucn ,-I Marie Wallace treasurer. very Davis, state chairman for Wo
law and the courts to resolve the wellttpent years doing for man's Activities fcr t he Florida
thk matter Other members are: Misses and helping! other State Conference NAACP. Use your land aa, a down
The late Mr. Duller was a Mimi Rose Ferguson. Olive Rolie Fannie I During the Christmas time the payment. Lot or home
club assembled! and distributed "Names of Dade County's lead
*n, who grew up in Dade McKay Gladys Moss and
County and spent<< all of his! life Pearl Dean; Mesdames, Arlene gift boxes for Dade County Tub- ers in all areas who are participating BaronJE
e' under the influence of the Dade Matthews Rcwena horn and 8-1340 Open 3.5 p.m.
County schools and at our State Elizabeth Lon a ley. Mr. Harold Mental Health Society. for publication: next week"I
University. He was well! liked and Stewart and Sam Rogers. I The night' after. Christmas the Mrs. Albury said.

one of our most popular young Others present at the party: club celebrated' .with Its annual --....,--..,--
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educators' with a most promWnr Mesdames Lillian Dean Johnson Christmas Dinner, with their
future. It is indeed unfortunate Willie Mae Dean Boyd Eula Mae wives and ether guests at the
that this. young man who had so Coney Gertrude Blades and Marie, home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Coleman -i OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
much to 'ffer to the children cf D Bojkins. The president played Santa
Dade County and Florida his Claus by passing out a gift to SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
been denied this opportunity because Announcement J I I each person present
tiro hoodlums decided to I The club roster is as follows PSYCHIC READER
rob him and take his life. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lambert Alex W. Brooks, B. Solomon Jas.
Mr Butler represents hard take pride In announcing the recent McFadftOn. James Smith James
working. Christian parents of the marriage of Mrs, Ella Louise ticks, R. C Coleman. Shib
type whose devotion to the simple Cranberry to Willie Williams DfO'A n. Herman Blackshear Eddie -'
verities of life mike up to the Mrs. Williams .is a pioneer' Mi-, Burton' Albert Johnson Chat.
backbone of our democracy Such mian popular In social and civic L. Will anu, Junious Portion,
Irons: deserve the full protection circles an active member in Mt. Percy Peek.
of the law We feel that all Zion Baptist Church and a classroom -
decent people. In Florida abhor teacher at R. R. Motor"
Elementary School Mr William
this heinous act
Would you be kind enough to is a former Georgian, permanently J. F. DEAL STUDIO

keep' us Informed on the progress employed by International 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.
of this case. Some of the officers Union catering-employees. The 1 I
of our Association would like to couple is at home at 2300 NW Wt copy and enlarge pictures sf
46th It.Join.
be present whenever this CAS your loved ant at half price.
comes up far trial
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Ida,
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Along Freedom's Road CatherineScholar.hip I ATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1960 PAGE 11

'
FundA ...tli'oS; Alfred Evans Jr. $3; Yvonne Hepburn $3; Gerald Las
By RUTH PIRRY SuccessKEY "' ui.e Welters $3; Samuel ter $i; Joyce Mounts $2; Irma
... ...... .....
-- -- --- 1- ..n $3; Eaward; Mounts W, Ne 4y $J; Pauline Johnson $2;
There are reaUcs and disturb WEST- .a 4 Caie/ $Uj; Dorothy Mar.MM Darnell I.eLiett 11.58; Elizabeth
results
are to be achieved. The $j, ojtbtih Davis $X Ray Jones $1; Marie Weiters $2; John
Ing winds blowing through someof Fit over a half century, the off.cer and members of tn
iAv.au -Iuwou.ne $1; Cyril FUhcc Allen $2; Southernmost l1ayeraUI. ,
our United States these days. NAACP Southernmost Playet Club wish
has been leading the civil
cc *a, Heaker 4eeI7 $1. Costeua $ .
And in western Germany similar to thank who contributed
rights fight and has been respon- everyone Peuican $1 Venora )
Ming
winds are just beginning: to stir to the Sister Myrtle Cathertne ;
able for destroyng of the
many +:, Me.bi Griffin ($3; Lofton But-
up oldMyan" hatreds and pre- barriers depriving Negro Ameri Scholanttp Fund fir 1959. Avery .. .
; 3
f > ; Shir.ey Saunders $2; Vioe J. B. SMITH
judices. spec.al: thinks extend inReena
cans of equality of opportunity. we
> Sears Meiiee $1; Audrey: Cash
As its immediate goal the NAACP PetUe, a n.ne year old New .1.w. ELECTRICSERVICE
PREJUDICE hat set the elimination ofill York City girl who ""ptithi.. ,
state-imposed segregation by bank cf 200 pennies counted f La V .dfl $233; Dorothy Val- -
The Swutika as a symbol of 1963 the centennial ofhe Jirtn gave them to Ms.: Franka Lila $JJj; Vaderlne Heam $3,
bigotry and prejudice means the Emancipation Proclamation. The Blackman and instructed her to rtrana KKdaros.n $1. Leslie Me$1 Electrical Contractor
same thing to those seeing it ultimate goal of the Association lend them to the Sitter Catherine I i eod ; Marguerite Roberts $1, HOUSEW1R1NG
smeared in paint of
on places
!Fund ao aster Myrt.e Cauxrine $3 Fran
is the establishment of equal some boy or jirl couui ;
bol worship, whether in west this Germany bate sym rights fcr Americans of all racesn go to achool. May God blues ka M. R.ocrts $1; Ctepben Pla $1; "Don't cuss Call us" .
spears cr
Little Reena for her wonderful: v.cibr.ce Labile fl; Calv.aBarnes
Miami F.orida This early mani- ,reject voting,to education security of, the person gift This lacrifical act brings u $1; Ins Laurie $1; Sylvia PHONE OX 1-)625
of empioy-
fe-UUcn ignorance and bigotry ment, housing, treatment in the mind! our Lord's w:rds, And a Dane $l. A.meniu Dean $;
is being observed very carefully, Night or Day
Jttle child shall lead them. Gcorgena UoxUom $3; Aden Wale
courts and various
public ac-
and U the further
pos.uve steps stop It la therefore iacj Alexander Pla .
spretd.ng of this commodations. Tn deny equal our hope that those $1; fl..1

have : been cancerous mats to any citizen solely because who have not yet contributed U _......---.. '...._.__. .._". sa __
growth already taken the fund will be ="'- "
Inspired with 1r III iii"1' 1
of his
race or color not
in Eurcpe as well as in our own
the desire
follow
to
state of Florida. only is morally wrong it also Is ample of jha ring. Reena'a ax* I I'u"
psychologically destructive to
Prejudice allowed to grow and persons of beth races, economically To the following contributorsof Central Life Insurance Co.
1959 we wish that this
,.itboul is may
spread any curbing foolhardy, and internationally -
only inviting future disaster explosive. year I960, holds happiness andprosperity
IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
Whenever I think of Hitler and for you.

his Aryan theory of superiority I Government Bars coNTRinirroRsNew CONSIDERATION THEIR
reminded' of
am Chamberlain of .
England with nil umbrella, visiting -. York City: Revna PUle. $2.00;
li.tkr to receive assurances, Marshall From Franka Blackman ".00; Key New Family Group PlanFather

of "peace in our time.If the' West Benevolent Association $27;
peopks of the world had not African MeetingThurgood RoXfalia Cooper (deseased), $1; Mother, Children-All Under One Premium

been sc complacent, and had recognized Hazel Pinder Gordon, $1: Mr. and New-born Automatically Inaured at Birth
Mr. Hansel Roberts $2; Lillian
the
in Ume hate
inherent. in the burning symbolization of- Marshall NAACP Hogan $1; Winifred L Carr $2; AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
chief attorney, was barred from
Deity Donathan $1; Daisy Tynes
books, the Aryan philosophy c-l.
racial purity and the building entering a private political meet $5; Janus Wilklnscn $1; OtU Lee Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount
up ing on Sunday last week by po Mr.
Adderley $1; and Mrs. Ceo. From
of the German
huge war machine.World ,
: War II might well have Africa.lk: at Kaimbu, near Natrobla D. Hinder $5; Elva Adderley $1;
been averted. Agnes' Kelly Thompson $1 Victor -

Marshall was eooompanieo' by McGee $S; Dr. Alfred Edward $2,000.00 to $50,000.00
RESPECT AND HUMAN I Tern !Mboya African Nationalist Lanising. Mien, $l0; Ceo.

DIGNITYThe I i leader of Kenya. Both told Butler Denver, Colo. $10; Dr. W. The
were A. Biason Memphis, Tenn $10, Company Also Offers Other Attractive And

swastika has been used in that they the license could not for the attend because Prof. St. Elmo A. Greaux West Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Need

recent year largely as a symbol did meeting Palm Beach $5; Carrie SmIth $5; _.
net Include their attendance.
of prejudice against Jews. H&w- I Georgle Cambridge Miami. $3;I
In
ever, history has shown that thJUUerian Kenya political meetings are Eliza Dean 12 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. .
hatred of the Jewish still controlled' by the government Stirrup $5; Mrs. Wilson $1.
peop.e spread to other areas. In and license: conditions are Key West: American Legion Consult Our District Office or The Home Office
strictly enforced.Mr .
fact in tune anyone regardless I I Post 1(8 and Veterans of Foreign
Marshall arrived Nairobi 1416 N. Boulevard Fla.
cf his religion or race was not In Wars Post 6021 $23; Veterans of Tampa,
after
safe from the spreading of hatred being In attendance at Foreign Wars Auxiliary 110;
engendered by the Nazis, if he the inauguration el President Regular Fellows Club $SO; Pallbearers -
Tubman OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
In Monrovia
did not follow the line laid down i I Liberia. He Lodge 13 $13; Queen Esther
II. to be special! adviser to Kea.ya's
by prejudice and bigotry. African elected Lode 16 $10; Coral City MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH
members at
Ignorance and fear the I Temple 400 $10; J. C Ranvey
are
the London Constitutional Conference 176 N.W. 14th St. 602 N. Rosemary Ave.
breeding grounds for prejudice. hkh Transfer 110; T J. CrutchAeld,
And we can trace here in our opens on Jan. II Tropical Plumbing $23; Woman'sCivic
and will fly with them to Loo- FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE
Club $4 Peru Barber
an state of Florida the manisfeslaUons ;
of prejudice: againstthe don. Shop $3; Enid Thompson $3; Ruth 1700[ N.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighth SL

Jewish population in various Itcdgers $3; Vanderkn Edwards
citks $3; Mlzpah Crutchneld $23;
as an outgrowth of the re-
srntmrnt and racial hatred of the Beavttful H... Yvonne Johnson $3; Clifton Las.;

white fULremacisls and their Year Lot
feekngs towards the
Negro citizens
cf Florida. Prejudice is not ?b

a static thing, nor is confined

to one area. YOUR CREDIT IS O.K. ATlAKFR'S
Bigotry can be diminished. in ,
our time but only if the forces

for good continue to emphasize asl '
one of their goals she grounds on

which men should be required. to,, C.mpl... .II".. rvise. ,
respect' one another If poeple

can learn k cons-dr each man or PLANNING __
,
wunan on the basis of his or her .
BUILDING
own merits and individual qualities .
.
to respect all who deserve FINANCINGYMir

respect regardless of race, creed New N*sREPAIRING .-.;.;,-. L--
por'.UIULM to all who qualify and
Miami Avenue
cr color; to permit the same op-
to mwt. that the qualifications REMODELING

requ.red be the same for -everyone RENOVATINGOver
then and only then sill prejud.c -
be lessened Tw.ftty Y..rs ..fC..trvc

ACTION 18 NEEDEDWe e. Is..M..eq NO MONEY DOWN

o.anMeod Satwfaetl..
can study the effects' of

prejudice and *e can try to Understand -
9V [
why pestle act as they
do. But we will never help to diminish GCfsoc!: ( ( 4 tqko many months to pay!
prejudice unless we do '
v' -f. '" ''. "
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something actively about it. The

actrn of many people: with the NE .171 buy aII jhe'dlpthing;* 'I MriitUfe'. ':Appij0q| : S!

same jcel w.U accomplish much 1121 N.W. 2tth StreetMtoml :, .. >, *. 'j ,?%l <*.* ,. .,[.'j.i.. ;; / '- .,: !:#'- :f'7 -v.i-.* j '
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA mortal Hospital on Jan. 18. lie is David McCoy of Issa H NW
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survived by his widow, Mary a 6th court died at his home on
PACE 12 SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 196< DEATHSFrancis son Diamond Jr. 2 daughters, New Years day. He is survivedby
Mary Ann and Lover Jane three his wife mother, Mrs. Sadie
stepchildren, three sisters a Zanders sister, a brother. Funeral -
., bixtfeer. Chapel services will be cervices were conductedJan.
CARDSMEMORIALSCARD conducted on Saturday Jan. 23. 9 at 2:30 pm. in the Lapel
.
Rev. Samuel Gay pastor of MLHermon Rev.' P. D. Brantley officiated.
.. .. Lincoln! : Memorial.
--=-- "' -- -= AME Church cf Opa Burial in
,Mattie: Richardson Graham of
OF THANKS 314HC NW 14th st, died on Jan. Locka will officiate. Burial will
IN MEMORIAMIn be conducted in Lincoln Memorial Arthur Lee Culkr of 5950 SW
13 in Jackson HospitaL Mrs.
We. the family of the late Cemetery. 67th st, apt. 2, South Miami was
GWENDOLYN JARVIS memory of my dear husbaai Graham had lived here fer the
the victim of an auto accident
wishes to express our sincere past 34 years and had made Theodore Knowles of 1996 near Boynton Beach Jan. 9.
hanks and gratitude to cur many numerous friends. Funeral ser- Service Road Opa Locks dkd in Funeral services were conductedJan.
vices will be held on Jan. 21 at
friends tad neighbors! for their Jackson Ho.<,ital cn Jan. 19. He 16 10 am. at ),It. Nebo
10.30 ajn. in the chapel. Surviving -
help and consolation during our will be remembered among pie Baptist Church Rev. J. E. Murray -
2 children a brother
bereavement also special thanksto are old settlers of Miami having officiated.; Survivors are wife
.Uchie Lankford two sisters. Interment -
the staff of the Range Funeral F will be conducted at come here from his home in the daughter mother, two sisters a
Hcroe, Fattier: Clark and the va- i Is nieces and
Evergreen Memorial Park.Dam..1 Bahamas in the year 1904. He brother, seven nephes. -
Ious guilds of the Church of the
survived by a niece Mrs. ALe Interment in Evergreen.
Incarnation.Mrs. Woodside two cousins, Mrs. Olive
Dames Sr of
Ralph .
Alice Jarvis. mother
Mrs. Muriel Valentine, 140 NW 4th ave., apt 1, died Pender and Mrs. Maggie Green. Mm Bernice Br>wnlee wno
Jan 10 at the Kendall hospitalA Funeral services are tentatively lived at 6650 SW 63rd St, died
Constance Pinkney grandmotherMrs. sister lon bcrunan in the area for set for Monday at 10 am. at the Jan. 9, an auto accident victim.
Mm. Joyce Francis sister a number of years he had acquired African Orthodox Church of Funeral services were held Jan.
and a host of relatives many friends. Funeral which Canon Charles F. Cooper 15 at 2JO pm. at St. John AME
cervices were held on Saturday is the priest Burial in Lincoln. Church. South Miami Rev. J. B.

Thank You xJ. Jan. 16, 230 pan in the chapel Gammon pastor. She is survived
with Rev. I. C. Mickins officiating Richardson by her husband; parents Mr. and
We the family of the late Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mrs. Hadley-Beilone; 2 children
SADIE JONES I Cestina Dames; two sons two Mrs. Isadora Stewart. 1837 NW a sister brother.
who passed on Dec. 27, 1959, and daughters; eight grand children; 68th terrace, died in Jackson Memorial -
was iunera'lzed' on Jan. 2, 1969 I to great grand children. Interment Hospital. on Jan. 14. Fun- Mrs. Alberta Blue of 1441
take this method of thanking all was in Evergreen Park. eral held from St. John Baptist NW 68th Terr. died Jan. 13. She
those wo helped during our sor Church on Jan. 20 at 2.30 p.m. (is survived by three sisters In-
row.We Millie Cooper who lived at with burial in Evergreen Memorial eluding Mrs. Bessie Bell; brother,
especially' wish to thank 14780 Jackson St. Richmond Hts. Cemetery Mrs. Stewart Is two irandchildren. Funeral services -
Rev. Aaron Hall Stewardess died on Jan. 13 in the Kendall survived by her husband. Rev. will be conducted Jan. 23,
Board No.3. Pallbearers Lodge WILLIAM FLOYD SULUVAN hospital after a period of Illness. Andrew Stewart four sens. 2 p.m. at Mt Calvary Baptist
No. 1, the Fkwer Club Houie- who departed this life on Jan. 24, Funeral services will be con- Church Rev E. M. Thomas pastor
held of Ruth: donors of cars those 1959. ducted on Saturday 2 pm. at the Lee Vernon Smith 620 NW officiating. She will lie in repose
offering cards flowers and services Gone, but not forgotten. Sweet Home Baptist Church in 4th ave.. died on Jan 14. Funeral -, in the chapel from 1 pm.
and the Richardson Mcr- Mrs Clara Sullivan f Perrine with Rev. Elipah King services conducted from the Friday until funeral time. Interment -
tiury. (ltic1atln,. She is survived by a chapel on Jan. 20 at 3 p.m. with In Evergreen.
Maggie Thomas sister I IN MEMORIAMIn I son, two daughters a brother, burial in Evergreen MemorialR.v
Marie G. mire, daughter four sisters, a grand daughter. O I:. Turner officiated. Mr.
Constance' Gilmore. loving memory of our dear Interment will be in Lincoln.nt Smith .Is survived by his mother,
grand daughter son, brother end father I I Mrs O V Smith brother Leroy Seniors .

Joe and Jchn Thomas Bros. James T..lNt"t 1693 .N'W. .. Smith. ,
5th aveN died on Jan. 15 at the Funeral service fer John Bur-
IN MEMORIAM Jackson hospital. Mr Talbert Marion Sheffield died on Jan ton of 2O3 SW 4th st Homestead,
I had only been in this area fcr the 6. Funeral services conducted was held Saturday. Jan. 16 at
In tad b-jt loving memory of, from the chapel at 11
past two months. His body will sins on Seakrs Homestead chapel with
I'l f be shlpcd to Baltimore on Jan. Jan. 21 with Rev. O. E. Turner the Rev. C. C. Mcttary: ofniang !-
19 for services and burial. officiating Burial in Lincoln. ; The body was shipped to
Mother Mrs. Cora Moody and SASlntboro, Ga. far burial
Donnell PrC'lton..ho resided brother-in-law. Isaac Williams
m Goulds. wa pronounced deadon are survivors. Funeral for Rosa Lennon of
arrival in Goulds at the Medical Perrine, who died Jan. 17 will beheld

Center Mr. Preston had only House of Albert . Sunday at Va Id Mta. Ga.
been in this area a short time be- Mrs. Lennon is survived by her
Irre hi* passing. His body will be John Lee Brown of 14215 Madison mother, father, two skiers.
shipped! to Cuthbert Gas forfuneral St. Richmond Heights, radio
st' service and burial. and television Instructor at Funeral services' far Isaac Lee
Northwestern Senior High School of 1132 NW tad ave.. who died
Charles Thomas who lived at was also a victim' of an automobile Jan. 19 will be held Jan. 23 at

Tropical Race Track died on accident Wednesday, Jan. 2 pm. ,in the chapel with the Rev.H. .
r Jan. 11 at the Kendall hospital 13. He .is survived by his wife. C. Samuels officiating. Mr
futfowlrtf a brief span of Illness. Ncral, three t'hildrftpa..nta; of Lee worked as a kmghr" reman in
Mr Tlxmas was employed u a Jacksonville a brother, three Miami for the put 30 years and
groom at the track. The body aunts an uncle. Services were U survived by his wife, Catherine
was shipped to Berryvllle, Va. condjcted; Jan 18 at 330 at Martin and five sisters and brothers
for final rites.Maebell Memorial AME Church. hU Including Mrs Matte: Hudson.
s4o M fraternity. Kappa Alpha Psi was

HERBERT TAYLOR, JH. Whitter of 573H NW in charge Interment in Paradise Services for John Carm'chael' of
who departed this life Jan. 21, 14th st. died in Jackson hospitalon Memorial Gardens. 633 SW 8th it. Homestead who
1959 May he rest in peace. Gone Jan. 16. She is survived by her died Jan. ISm be held Satur-
but not forgotten.The husband. Thomas Whitter. Fun Mrs. Minnie James a beautician day. Jan 23, 2 pm (in Ue Hcme-
Taylor Family eral arrangements are Incomplete' mho lived' at 5369 NW 24th stead chapel with the Rev Mc
KX.Von.N J JAitRCTT, JR. at this time. place, died in Jackson Hospital Queen officiating. lie is survived
who passed Into a better life Jan. 15. She is survived by her by two brothers.
Jan 20, 1954. IN MEMORIAMIn INFANTS: father Lonnie Boles; stepmother;

His charm.ng ways and smiling Baby Boy Chappell died on Jan. a sister three brothers an aunt Services for Isaac Brown of
face are a pleasure to recall. sad but loving memory of 14 in the Mt. Sinai Hospital His two uncles. Funeral services conducted 536 NW 3rd court who died Jan.
lie had a kindly word fer each our dear father and grand fattier, parents are Willie and Bessie 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Jar. 19 11 was held Jan 14 in the 46th
and died beloved by all. FRED WHITE Mt Calvary Baptist Church, St chapel with the
Chappell of 310 NW 15th Terr. I I.t Rev. C. C.
Altermeas and sons who departed this life Jan. 23, apt. 1. E. M. Thomas, pastor Bur McClary offidatint He" survived
John III and Howard 1953 I cannot say and I will not __ I J&by tat in Evergreen : by his mother, father. -
say that he Is dead he is just Boy O'Hara died on Jan.I
IN MEMORIAMIn away think of him still u the 14 at the Mt Sinai Hospital. His
same I he Is not is
say dead be
sad but loving memory of just mother is JoAnne O'Hara of 1410
away NW 1st Ave 10. _
our dear husband and father Devoted Daughter ant a I
SAM THORPE Mrs. Florence DeVoe
who departed this. life Jan. 24, and 8 grandchildren Range .
1958. '. .,llvw nrv 1y,iN dwl M.ne v.4'm
Asleep in Jesus from thy kindred 'N MEMORIAMIn James McIntosh of 14140 NW
And their graves may be, 23rd place Opa Locks died In
But there is still a blessed sleep the Hall Clinic. 149 SW lit St.
From *hieh none ever wakes tc loving memory of our dear on Thursday. Jan. 14. Survivors :d -ioil
mother, grandmother and sister,
weep. are his wife. Geneva, father Ed. -
Our love for you shall always MRS. ESTELLA FARRINGTONwho McIntosh three' brothers Fred.
departed this life Jan. 19
linger on.WUlie, 1959. Edward and Arthur three starters
Then wife Mesdames' Cornelia Thompson -----
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Willie M. Coleman Dght Being prepared when her name --
Lucille lI ] and Ada Mae Riley
mea -
Catherine Tyler daughter was called she readily answered.We I I f ,
two nieces, four nephews.
Arthur Thorpe, son loved her but God loved her Funeral services were conductedon If r, It' A t,

i Hezeklah Thorpe, son best.Sweet memories of her still Tuesday, Jan. 19 at Greater \, ,111.:. turns:: C ALBOtT FiMMtal D wectar
2 daughters-in-law in hearts. Israel Bethel Baptist Church. .___ S42 N W ISA A..M* OX I-7UI
knger our
2 sons-in-law
Burial was held at Lincoln Memorial -
A host of grandchildren Mrs. Norat*11 Denterltte, .
3 great grandchildren daughter and family Cemetery.Ernest

Brinson of 6091 NW It U our aim to reader a conscientious service.

15th arsv, died in Jackson Manorial Reasonable in price and satisfactory in detail
every
Hospital a few hours following -
is admission Jan. 14. He
on
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f .. is survived by his widow Alber-

r tha three sons a 'daughter.
Chapel services were conducted w rIa ,
on Wednesday Pastor Rock on.Bethany !
Seventh Day Adventist
r. Church officiated. Burial wa
held at Evergreen Memorial! s
Cemetery.
r e.h.iMl h

Daniel Clinch of 2445 NW

Ulth St. Opa Locks died in !
Jackson Hospital. He Is survived
')y his widow, Ada. Services were I I
III I conducted on Thursday. Jan. 21
,t St. John Baptist Church.. Rev. ..,
III 1 KW. Ira real..xui ruMuat I rw.M 01 ....... ox Lao T. Johnson, pastor Burial was
I Ism Conducted at Evergreen Memo

I Owe W.R.....a..rs O.wr t...i.I .. u.-4 ..........,..... sal Cemetery. I MORTICIANS

I Diamond! Richardson of 2741 334 N.W,10th Street Phone FR .7679

NW 47th ct died ia Jackson Me- i Miami, Florida U |_ RICHARDSON. JIU OWNf



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| NAACP 'Regrets' TilE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

I SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1960 PACE 13
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Position
I of Methodist

tinuatfon of the racially segregated
Church central JarUdicUcn: of the de-
'| nomination. I
NEW YORK (ANP) NAACP
'officials, this week expressed In a statement on the church
tldf'll.' concern' and regret that a commission's report Rev. Edward :
commission! of the Methodist J. Odom Jr., NAACP HOMES
Church oas recommended con- church secretary' said thatpeope I
"want to believe that the
"hcuse of God U a place where
Individual merit counts at least IFORSALE
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\ as much as In baseball or the
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SUNBRIOHT UPHOLSTERY Child Care I Property For Sale .. ... .. .
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Loving scientific cue fcr infants Very desirable location
We cover all types of furniture.I and toddlers by mother Broward In Coconut Grove
3rd Are FR Call PL 7-8250
1449 NW 71239.Ffl trained In child psychology

"A' nt1-four hour service for LOWRIE REALTY County
traveling parents NE 4-7521 ot 3341 Fla. Avenue
LEGAL NOTICE
OX 14380. Realtors News

NOTICE UNDER FICTITITOUSNAME TU 7.1536 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, oak
LAW Wanted i ByWaltoe

Notice is hereby given that t he Full time operator wanted at Bow floor
undersigned desiring to engage Mae's Beauty Chest, 6833 NW LIThe
In business under the fictitious 15t ave Phone OX 17271.' Look! Look! Look!
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name of GRADVS SERVICE -- --

STATION BODY AND FENDER Working Mothers Wouldn't you Ilk. to live In an C w. II. Chamber of Commerce -
SHOP 541 N.W. 20th SL Miami atmosphere of quietness: a ntloh* will meet Monday night, 3331 Fla. Avenue
Florida intends to register t he''I Experienced.' settled Christian' boyhood not congested, where Jan. 23. 830.at the Carver Lounge
said name with the Clerk of the woman will keep your children 1 tenants will not disturb y.ut Motel. All '
members are a ked to 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, oak
Circuit Court of Dade County I while work
,
you by day .r be present Business of treat Importance
Fla. I week Ctoan, wholesome aur Rev. Bowie has a modern, nice J. T. Dunn president.A floors.
Grady V. Glnon. OwnerJ30' ,rounding reasonable rate 1145 and clean 1'bedroom apt. at
j NW 4th Ave. Phone FR |.$7J7.I tail NW tot court at ttft pr Let Clean-up Camnalrn will
0 I Mrs. 0.1.".,.. week. See Rev. S. H. 8.wln or be launched in West Hollywoodsoon. -e-
FOR LEASE call FR 74114Homel.
The matter was taken up
COMPLETE EQUIPPED modern FOR RENTROOM with the County Convni4oners 3311 Fla. Avenue

restaurant' doing rood business In modern conveniences, new on Ttxvdar Watcti your Hollywood -
location. Call OX 13874. furniture, 1529 NW Sun-Tattler for farther In.
food etc 7E't St. formationThe 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, corner,
hone OX 11690FURN45ftED For Sale

FOR SALE landscaped lot.Terrazxo.
ROOM with private Newly DecoratedCRS annual Women's Day service
bath in Liberty at,. 1454 at Grnter Bethel Baptist floors
1798 NW 79th street
Refrifer- NW 71st St OX 12133. Church of West" Hollywood, will
ator $35: ItS stove $25; electric' 1490 N.W 37th St be held Sunday. Jan 24 At 11
stove. S3S PL 4.8012. mdfrnOZG.'l the will be Mrs.
am. speaker .
l-BEDROOM Apt Children welcome Open Sat and Sun. -
Near bus chonl. Good See this nice home Last one l lo Lrtnmie )Mitchell Instructor
CU57TARD STAND Northwestern" Iflfh School. The OPEN FOR
tenant only! 4190 NW 32nd ave this nice section. 3 bedroom onermer ALL
very rea ona*>1e HAlW 3rd lot Low terms Missionary Society of Central
Ave Phone CA 1733. 4-BEDROOM CBS APT. with 2 IVrtUt Church' will be in charge INSPECTIONSAT.
Nursery at 3 o.m. and Mm Julia Sapp (t
bathMM NW JVrt NE Day
ave.
HOUSE. Near NW 7h' St 3-3198 OX 1-5851. the Church of God in Christ, Ft. & SUN.
Hout with income;; 2 bedro<*n!, or Kindergarten N.W Lauderdale. will be the speaker
2 baths arty corner )It. Easy Price reduced Orner want at 7 o elch. Rev' R I. Greenwich, -
terms. PL 80991. Owner. Job Opportunity offer Mu_t be told now Call pastor.
Switchboard O3eratetTo'1 me on this for a good deal now.
POO DOWN bun new CBS t' CoilectorAccount Fully equkrp and ready to NOTICE ALL MOTORISTSPnmbreke For Rent or Sale

homes' In Carver Ranc** Many I C1f'rkr.I1M"ftI" make money Road SW 17th St.. U
extras Total price 11%880. Hurry '- FnremanRrnrtneerlnf under mnttrjrtkm and th. Brand New Duplex Homes
only 2 left VaTek and Valek Draftsman Only $795 DownNew Dmward County Safety patrol 2-bedroom, 1 bath in each
Real f>tate. 1097 NW 119th c, Youth Hall Officer NW 58th st area. Very advised all nvtorirts L, be careful aide buUtn! oven, store
MU 3-1322. J39SPECIAL. Draftsman nice 2-h drrnrn. with Florida
Stenographers and Typists room Could be used as third Personal Mention and heating
Church property Very Mathematician bedroom Near bus and school 10370 and 10380S.
desirable' location Call PL 7.8230. Card Punch Operator Mrs Louise IVrfar of Atlanta W. 173rd Street
Lcwrle Realty Reciters. TV Physicists Call E. Harry DennyPL spent a week m Mla-nl 1 with Miss
?-1536. Irma Bodie and family of 1131 In Perrine
Account' Internal Revenue)
7-S250 NW Mth leer She was shown allover
FOR RENT ---- LOWRIE REALTYTU the city during her vWt -

PARTLY FURNISHED. 1-twd- Your Vote is Needed 7.1536I Miss Irene Cooper, formerly of Open for Inspection at all
Miami and now of New York times
Vote!
room house and 1-room aptNear Register to
I
City returned to Miami recentlyon
bus line tad school. Phone
OX 6-0309. BTDF a two .eek vacation trip For Information Call
I vMtinjr relatives and friends.

3.BEDROOM HOME at US NW While In Miami, Miss Cooper was D. & H.Construction.
35th ave.. no children call NE FOR RENT the h Jeotlru Jolly of 240 NW llth st..
4-7200 night NE 3-x237 day
apt 3. Miss Cocprr was aUo en- Co.

NICE CLEAN ROOM Kitchen, at NW 46th & 47th Sts. (near 30th Ave.) terUkicd by her nephew. William
Wet II ell
privates Heuw to yourselfGentVm Jolly of Y'WftAIt. her sistrr. HI 8-1119
I Mrs Catela Cunningham of
n only. $8 and $10 week.
2 New Duplex buildings with 2 bedrooms each aide Dania and several cousins and
NE 5-iJ3 JJ3 friends. I '" tt: :.f\. :J."t -

ROOM Furn<4wd Hot and cW Unfurnished $20 per week
water 80 NW 74K at Mrs. LU- ,
I Highland 4.tt>t$ Free Consultation
I
Ian Clark. 1SS2 NW & th it.
I 5325 N.W. 29th Court NE 56026Jan I

FURNISHED ROOM in Liberty 30 SOUTHERN CLINICUrinal'J'

C.,>, Can! PL 7-1907 F6FURVSHED and Chronic Diseases

ROOMS All modem Hours: 10.4 }147 CORAL WAY
conveniences. near d"'wn-
Cve by Apt. (Near 27th Avo.)
tcwn narkfn call FR 39327 or
YOU ASKED FOR IT!
apply 721 NW 6th ave. \, Closed
Wed. Bus No. 4 ta door
So here it iaA full ONE YEAR
COMFORTABLE: ROOM.. S3 00
per week Ph ne FR t -59M. AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

1352 NW 5th court" Policy for moat people with only

NICE ROOMS for nfeo+nek $15 DOWN PAYMENT
Me's GUM House 2170 Wath- I "Old Indian"Dream
tn*
FIRST INS. AGENCY
Mt' 1-3019 1850 ainfle. $10 SERVICE
double Fe
645 N.W. 36th St. 27th A... Farmers' Market BookTHE

2-nrDROOM HOUSE. neo"l PL 9-5284 NA 4.1811CHARLES'
painted $17. also 1 beditxm
phone TU 8-4985 or MU 1-5740
POWER OF PRAYER

FUfWlSHTD Efficit"nNont" i\
better! All utilities., Near bus.
This book should be in
L"OP7inc. 4190 NW 32nd ave POULTRYAND I

I every home.
BEDROOM t APT 1223 NW j
Seth si NE 5-6779 Call after 6 FISH MARKET
I Psalm 464. There Is a river \d' t
I .
ROOMTO Sober habits retiredor I The Fineat Live and Dressed Poultry the streams whereof shall 33
\
emp'oyed.! with er without '
board wanted Bus IS and 24 FRESH FISH DAILY I make flad. CHIEF TAR

NE 4-4MC. Groceries Meats Fruits Vegetables OH Indian Dream Rook 65c

NEWLY DFX ORATED duplexapt BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT Old Indian Clear Water $2.00
furnished 1 bedroom hnt Old Indian Hand Rub 3.00
Altered
Lucky
water. w"ll heater. yard call FR Free Delivery Service aa Near a. Your Phon.
."134. after 7 NC 4.1 CI'7. Mail Money Order to!

Jli 340 N.W. 16th Terr. FR 4-1345 INDIAN" PRODUCTS
THE "OLD
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3-BFDROOM IfOtTSE with large Open Dally MO a.m. ta S BJSaL to t DJWSun.. U I .

F!<5rida rortn. Hving rcccn, a n dkfchen CHARLES BUTLER. Proprietor' P. O. Box 47901 Miami, FloridaI

large fenced In yard, -

Can PL 7-1089. ..- -- I





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I I MT. CALVARY BAPTIST : :

I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor

Phyllis Myers, reporter
PACE 14 SATURDAY JANUARY 23, 1960 Sunday School ':45

Morning Worship ........ .. 110
BTU 1:30:
Evening! Worship .. 7:00 K
BAH AM ASSEMBLY NEW BETHEL BAPTIST -

I The sick and shut-ins are Sis. ,
Mrs. Beatrice Whelchel of Ft. 1S71 N.W. Bath Terrace Evie Williams, Bro. Wingfied
Lauderdale! will be the guest discussion Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor and Sls. Dartin. We are asking
leader at the Bahai Center Sunday School ,-..?.......... tJO and
everyone to please go see
137 NW 11th are. Sunday Morning worship ".....,,... 11.00; them. ; >
Jan. 24. 7 p.m. Her subject will BTU 340

be "Can There be Universal Evening worship ,-, -- ,.. 7.00 Vlrltcrs are always -welcome to
Peace?' Everyone i Is cordially invited 1. B. Brown reporter come and worship with us.
to participate in this discussion -
Sister McKinney Is on the sick MT. SINAI BAPTISTD
list MV she have a speedy recovery -

Greater Bethel To Let us not forget to attend the Rev S A B Thomas r.pnr'er pastor ...--

meetings Sundsv School ........ M.
prayer on Tuesday ; --- -
Observe ClassLeader' Dr. William! J, Faulkner minister
nights. Remember prayer is the!' Morning worship .__._...... 11:00:
of the Park Manor Congregational -
key to Heaven and prayer unlocks ST MAN VM
Day Sun. mercy's door. It his been quite some Ume Church Chicago will be

An orchid to Sister LaRhoda 'nee this' reporter has expressed ruest preacher at the Church of Rev E. A Cu.mer P'Iv:
All row lead to Greater Bethel whIt Is most efficient secretary. I herself In any way concerning The Open Door, Congregational, Mrs. S. Dawkint. reporter

AME Church! on Sunday: : Jan. I Der>!te a J Job of rJdlt"Jled r> *r church activities but I have SOUl at and 25th ave, Sunday Sunday School.... _.__..... 9 3C
24 for the 11 a.m. senrices. The criticism! aknc with hard work. I watched with Interest the con- 11 a.mJan.. 24. I Morning worship ._.......... 11:00:
occ1 ,is the first annual Class i iLeader's she manages to remain' nm! yet I "'n"ted proT"*s we are making as Among various positions held Evening worship" .................. 7Ji
Ds" observance of t a e'' a'ways' a mle.! Mav Cod's blessings we travel onward and I hope up- by Dr. Faulkner, an outstanding I
church At thi all of thepew : ward. Sunday Schorl x as opened by
meeting follow her throughout life. achievements of a most distinguished -
!In the church set aside! the superintendent Mrs. M.
are career are: YMCA secretary
With th- oiitor being! inactive After the devotion
and irked for th* various class MT. HERMON A. M. E. In Philadelphia and Atlanta Worthy.
I 'n the rtasfaf yeir I have ob- clue; took their respective places -
leaders aeemodate
to theirmember. pastor cf the First Congregational
; -
On* fvttka rrvd the general trend' of pernnH with their teachers The lesson -
.
S >"'C111! mention If Church Atlanta in I
awarded 'he tiltS leader with the Sunday School ..._,.....,..,,.,... 93P: n cf membershio. whole which city he promoted the I was reviewed by the Rev
Jsriest n"Tiber, in ttiendanre fr Evening worship ......._.??_.. 700R *,>-,. 9e'1" eoreration has been, "Build Better Homes" movement I Barns.
? ct' th
hn r'v'n officersf
t .. a
-* amn- liar p tor
this occasion. Publicity Committee .1.e chch! a'.t leirters of BUTT- which spearheaded what has become Morning worship; was led by the
'1/r'h 'C -he! ""' ''rtYS the perhaps the most amazing, paste The Rev Burn- delivered
a o
Rev S A. !
Ccusn. the castor Morning worship _..._ ,_ 11:0'9 aggregation cf beautiful homesIn
and orit'nitor! ef the Ides feels 'ovs'tv In th* mmbr* Just the message from St. Matthews
that th't It a food opportunity far Our church's second annnl tine I .*n. r*.." .n.twt of the saync the country; dean of men and 28, theme "He is my Ransom"He
the who find: it difficult to attend Baby Contest will have its beginning ft th. Apostle who said "wei dean of the chapel at Flsk University. was at his very best andeveryone
e'sa' on Sunday, Feb. 14. The "1 work out o"'tr salvation Nashville, Tenn, where wa b'est. One member
and meting during theweak cooperation cf all concerned .is with! fear and twnbllng." be endeared hinvelf to a whole joined the ChrVtlan family No.
meet and know their now beinf! solicited In order to veneration of students' lie has 2 choir furnished music! with Mrs.
ctM !.s'i'rs There is no particular make this the very best contestin Th. cH't oh with Its newly held highest! positkns in honor In Ida McKInnev at 'he! organ and

fund-rait'ng plan conin the history c-f our church on .i_<..) cfT5-en fee the year Is the Congregational Church, having No 1 ushers served.
te* rVh the! dT's activities the fifth Sunday whkh Is Mbskmry .t...v.nre..rh the coal set for served as vice moderator of
This 'e a hm-e+rnlnt; day for all II DIY the pastor his chosen '0." With heH fret the Supreme the General Council. He is a After conducting the 7 p.m. devrUon -
Vfertrr *r* inv'ted to alt on the I this special day for the nf"lne will make It member and director of many : the ;astor turned the services -
due "f her! eh ke. children's parents come out U see humanitarian organizations, fraternities. over to No. : ushers who
your children move up into aI I Th" n.stor '. at his' r*+'t of ser- and learned societies .I celebrated' their< 19th anniversary.
The w rt.r l, prchng! a great higher category of Christian en I v'c- -nln. We are hawoy, and He has recently' returned from a The president I! Wallace program -
J r"f'fI'1It far the fcrttton and if deavor. I t will ke- getting strong sojourn In Eurooe on special assignment I committee Mrs. R. Bethel
pwt ji-?""m'Rc+i are repeated alone Those persons who were chosen I I '-' hfl'llth.r from his church I I hid Miss H. Tro'man to act as

audience will be In atten- to direct' the various board '". seen A arest prorramt Dr and Mrs Faulkner are enjoying mistress of eerrmsray The program
dance. of the church in 1960 are nowelltfble vt'T h* nsTred bv theM their annual mid-winter was spicy" and members
sn
CONFERENCE TUESDAY to serve as they "were w"m.,,'. !.-Ienary Society of vacation with their! daurhter with to thank a1 1 the participants
N.. 1 choir furnished music with
appointed and elected! last I Mrs. Marie Faulkner Brown"
on ,
.". eMtn+t "',,n net to m' Ite' i
C
Mrs. MeFord at the
AH members are remindedof I Tuesday night .**r I...ila Moran the nresldent their son-in-law. Dr. John O organ.
the ch'irch conference to beheld We are certain that they are win lso make her efTcial visit Brown and their' captivating Visitors are always welcome.We .

at th* ehu!ch! on Tuesday I ready t/. meet the challenge that *" the sorfetv" during this event grandchildren.Dr I are n.t the 1u..t. but we
night Trustees mill be voted on always faces Individuals! mho are Faulkner! Innumerable I are a nvt friendly people. Let
,
am"ne o.her business! to be dh- villinc to take the leadership. SAITFP CHAPPLRe fiends and adm'rers of greater us pray for the lt lck.
cwwed Remember the sick and thOSe who M'aml will want to hear hfs I Owr conference will
The time genera
is 7:30 .
: o'clock. If J B.n ""n. n. tf>rretw
are !in distress. unique menage The inane, of convene. with 51 Mtnr's. 1809
q"t"
Twiyn
rterFHday
> th* Church of the Oven Door I'
Invite
VW 5ih Feb. 24-28.
court
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST MT. CALVERY BAPTIST e.tn iiv hfW\1 _._._ Mt1u".nttlr all to remain for coffee hour
wershtp' __ _t1oftft
Rev C J following the morning --
Burnev p* 1arClaudia Rev. W. P. arpley, pastor -CT. I....".. ..._._._ 10'v.ninr worship.
Wtlnon reporter Sis. Edna E. Thompson reporter wn.h'o' ..........._ 7:00R : I to thank Mother. DiPard and:
YMn lt'hlW\l! ...__......_ HI Sunday School ...,........... 930Mcrnlnc TEMPLE BAPTIST family fir th* dinner she prrtar-
It.rninr W"rc"'o' "'_'_ 1.fW0 Worship _......_ 11'011evening .r'nn'nt nlrht! Jan. Rev L A. TnomcoPH, pastorqunday ed for us on Sunday. Jan. n, it

Evening worship ......._.._._ 7:neOn : Worship ........... .. 700 t" throuthnHiv PretHlnr' Elder School ______ 9-31 I Wit colored by all

uprfv fIY"n'nr.t'. the Sunday School was opened at J A. R"brts held hit first Mining worship .. _.1Lllim._. n**I Thanks to Rev Pntt far his
Rev. McCrarv of OeiH will be the usual hour by the superintendent nusrterlv. conference' which was0'P R11J ._.. Sin !inspiring! tre Mfe delivered Sunday -

our cues *".,trpr, who has for Remarks on the lesson by of the heat iarters we ever Evening worth .- 7:0: I m mine and evenlnf.TwA .
Rev. Louder. Banner offering and I I h ". b*'h s-iritusl and fnanHalTH were cnrnftted to the
years .conducted our rrvifElmeetinrs. attendance claw No.1. taught by rider |Is a n-T presiding Tonlrht the: Missionary Society I ch'irch Prav for and visit the
Sister Edna Thompson .Mfr rrr the M'"I d'strlc' Mrs. Florence Heoburn. president.will sick whenever possible.
Let us continue In prayer for The m..**ae. was d&ve'ed! both rvmsor Its Annual New I

our skk TRINITY C. M. E. morn'nr .nd n'et' by th- Elder Y'nrs Dinner at the church. The
Rev C. J gurney paster In the afternoon Ch'ir No 1 was Affair begins at 6 o'clock Donim -
Claudia Wilson. reporter .. < f 1.00. For The Hithest in
2014 N.W. 9th Court 'Vt to tae ni>wn. W. V. Geary, minister Phflr TTnfrn' On Sunday Jan. 24 The Willing Workers' Club will COSMETICS

SPIRITUAL MISSIONARY Church School ,,..,.,_........,,. 930 """'r Vo 2 is cnon.orin* a must. rtve a tea at the hemp of Mn.

10V ft S W nft'h Morning worship ............. 1eM: eat norr m at 3 pjn. Everyones this Glbsrn. ma NW 5th olace %N..
Perrtne. Florida St Evenlnr worship ._ _._.._ TN: invited. Sundav at 3:30: pjn An Int rest-

We are treated to announce Trinity has a wide range of 'ng invited Is premised. Yo" Miami Times Newspaper I

that the Rev J A. programs planned for community NOTICEThere : u. .
Butler the!
Junior D's rtct bership and the Miami The Junior choir will sin* !Sun- Call YUkon 3-5681
Atlantic MUs'onary of the this week. Sunday morningwill will be a church membershlo rfav morning and the comb'ned. i
Cowt Bvtls t Aa""rei,. Miss Delcrtr meeting Jan- choir will furnish ""%"I)%'
tion will be tmk'nt! be youth day. on Sundav. must. at the ? t tI'
hit
visit with us next official Cummings will be the speakerThe si at St diets A C. 0 Cathed- ojrn.' service' of praise. '. .. v v siC1C1I74iui
Sunday
January nlrht Trinltean and the youth **1 aft r the 11 sin man Arch Crcn'ng' The Social Saving
.Is a"oelated 24 Rev w'th Brother the Rev.Butler choirs will sing. Sunday after- h'.hn', + ",,.hud fSf.nt Dean Rev CTub Mrs. V Class pnvHen i!
John-m of Mt. Zion J. H. noon there will be a lovely tea f*non Charle F Cooper rector Hll!! celebrate its anniversary at
Church in Baptist flven at she home of Mrs Mc- Mrs. Vera A. WlVon, Temple Sunday afternoon Jan
West Palm
Beach secretary.J30
Cray for the Missionary Society U.

The! p%Vr will be preachinf at and the building fund. At 6 p.m. I ;

the m-rnfnV! jenrJce! Our members 'h. pastor will lecture' to the ANTIOCH BAPTISTI I
'n'" fr!-n.ts are CYF on the history of the church I.
cordially
welcome! to these service' At 7 p.m. the Rev Clendon King TOTS F0 ? SALE Rev O L 'eh. Associate, pastry" 1wTe
of Mississippi will speak. The M. T Cooeland. reporter

THE INCARNATION cho'.m! of the church will slnr Cnrnr 110 w 110 Cund.y ce'locl ......__._... lie I r
Come out and hear this man tell Build lot Mo'ninr Worship _._. 11MR.
Church"- School acd Adult of the trouble he's seen.HAHt on your T U ..... ...._...?. 3.1"I Ir. ,

Bible Class ..__ fcSO or mIne! ...<r Worthlp! ... ....... 704undav.
F-n'-nn cant Mats ..__.. 11'-4" Jan 24 the deacon' J
EYC MeetingEvensong ,,......,.,,.,,, 5'1'1 KEEP FROM WE t.U. rare of financing win tIn rhanre <'f "nnv-r set :

__ -...... 7:30 c.Th '10 1 choir will sans
GOING BACK NO MONEY DOWNfor ''''I Mrbe m- rn'nealen! with the .

On Fundav at the even In r If"- p r.. .w..... w. ......+. -. ''Innr usher brd and usher KanKil %
.. .. rash t.aM Iota
.......- --w. -"" rour M ....
vice! there will be 5'lenm Even.' ...... ..---.- .-..-- 'r t s'n at th tr vwt
.....
with of Sacred ... m..w.r.. -.wry I I eundv rv-n'.. '
aonr a prorm ..raw r r....... .nfs.u..Nr.rw..r w+'.+ "nmI v rhe'r 1G. 1 f it
n i,,'e fhsrV' Weir will be or- I = hsv'nr I -it-ieo' "1"0-tm fo-
fanist. He will play on the pro ..-IA.. ....-.. ww ......-w I I ct'v'.n": R A p11N1r. ......,. .'If-vnt-nt! P1.... ,....." .,tt
"-" C ..... .. ...., .
gram ff Sacral mi**, neat "otH1. ... ,1. -.,., T't- R ...
p-sitfons' by Bifh Pur-ell Frwt I I Q 1 ?,In \.fV T.Lnw ...II be 'h" .,..tIt-

Ma'thsw art1 eaa'nt.e.n' Th'. Z:15-tL P '. .... .__ .. i w .... ... ,.... .t- .....-.... ............. T"'. OMML NlnOPU ,
Is onrt our culture activities It 01L... I I ", -"'- f"f "" ._ ....,....,
-
the church ""h tSe "th*" -'!-"e .w.u''I. !'V. 47--.0- N W 15I t" Ave

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Palace Wins Sorority Tours U.S. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

With Hairstyles SATURDAY, JANUARY 23,1960 PAGE 15

Ha vent you often dreamed'
feature about touring the United States,
at PalaceTed but Just cculdnt afford It? You JABBERWOCK CORE Needs You

little thought down of and t. ttamll1 pay the plan balance a MONDAY, JAN. 29 Join today and be

"Kid" Palace 158 Ibs. of favored her with a gettogetheraffair later, but that wouldn't work so B. T. W. Auditorium Free TomorrowYour
Miami won a 2 to 1 decision
over
and Christmas at
party you just gave up the idea? Wt-I1.1
Pancho Teilechea, 157. of Miani their home. She also enjoyed being for $1.50 you can get a sneak
in the 4.round main attraction at with her cousins. Nurse L .
view cat the United States when ....
the Palace Arena Watch Cleaned Oiled Adjusted
Monday nifht.Kid McFkld and Nurse Hilda M. you go with the Alpha Chi Pi .
Palace appeared to be a much I Hawkins and their families. Miss Omega Sorority on their tour Jan. Guaranteed .... ............................ $4.75 .

Improved performances fighter and over showed his dlfl-last I Now McLeod Years returned to the city on 31 at 8> p.m. at the Club MI. This Your Portrait-Only ................ $1.00 ;,
Day to be her
with tour is for the benefit of the Sc-
nite signs of firing places in the parents, sisters and friends. rorityls" Scholarship Fund. Oh, Class Rings, Luggage Watches, Radios '.a, t'"
prize fl,hUttg came. I
and Andy Marty Johnson.Janchill.133,138.Savannah Miami,I! yes: you by will our local see beautiful cosmetologists hairstyles ,j]i Guaranteed Watches ........ from $6.95 .:....., f;'.4

ALTHEA GIBSON dance to the music of W. C.I I JEWELLERS" .
Beach battled to a good draw 'n'l',') Baker's orchestra and II I DAVID :
enjoy his
evening.the 4-round co-feature of i, PLAYS AT BEACH star studded' show. Call NE 4.9931 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522 # jwww.
for tables.

In other bouts the follcndnf' .
were the results: | FEB. 12-13 rww--- .............._=..-_.____.__- _--._-. ---- .-wr.r.w-w.wrw.orwyw-'. -' -.---' "-u w.w.-w.wrw-
,, r ,,--:;::--:;::--:;::--:.-- : : : : : : : : :
She*rtck Dennis 135 of Char _._ ti.-;,.....a..M.; !..c...v..v.....n.n.i:1
--
lotte N. C. wen a unanimous $ .
drcirion over Earl Kid Willis
149. of St. Augustine, in the open-
In* 3 rounder.R (8}j FRI. SAT. SUN. E
mile Chandler 148 of Jadkanevile -
A'a., scored a TKO over
Rick Cravero, 146 of Miami In nn
rounder.1:57 of the 3rd round of a 3 s=nn

Wolfe! James' 144 cf Green'
vile Ha., knocked out JeffervGodfrey. ,,2 i
New York Cit
tot of est-
in M .eo a vchedttted! 3 rounder .'!
Bob Raroerlz 121 of Los An- 1
jrle, Cat.. knocked out EJah!:
Ifri'Mav.! 120 of WhHeville' N.C tnn
in 33 ,'-eon'f' the second roundof .
a r-hed d 3 rounder
Water Wf"! -," 158 of Savan FORMERLY JIM JAM
nah. Ga knocked out Leroy Hav- -
*MId, 1W rf Charlotte N.C In it uu 1900 N.W. 75th STREET-PRESENTS
1:97 nt the fSrt) round of another
scheduled 3 rounder. ,I .
And Elijah hints 158 of'' .u.u "THE GREAT"
Cleveland.. Ohio. kn'rked out
Jim Vletan 150 ot St Louis. Mo, ''enI
In 1:2-1 ..f tH.. first round of another I
3 rounder The remarkable: Harlem Globetrotters : -
Rferre f.'r the evening! were; who waltzed through 411 SatchRobinson 1 1ktt
Jvnes Dvna-ntte Klnft ft. Eddie games. throughout the world last
F..n and IWb IlrKton Elliott year without a single defeat, will j
J PVpf and J as annwnrers' for the occasion. Miami Beaeh CxMbMoo Hall
fet M-w*.ir nl'ht's point Feb 1213. \ .
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tl... vv ..." f.+t\ff1" a ri" of s .4
..,.... tr...W'+ it rne mSfTi of the The record. eomfMieoi against 3r
ltrmrr.-.tt B+r'n Hub anln..t ftft-rate GI teams In Europe 4
rn+..,h... 'f he P !aee Bourn Hawaii. Alaska and the Caribbeanas '
Cht", T""> n*"w," term etch club well a* ttk 'Trot...... traveling 'uf AND 11I5AllStar
'a.11t b- sent In actf'fi.' The tWMttfen, the San Frahcisco: 1t du4
shoe Wit bn at *l'3n and the All 1'sttoas, is the Art recordedthe ;
_ .Cft .. I' '*" 'Invited.Ijer. 32-year history of the famous s Show
M'N Ahne '-t- c-'h"' rn+'c hn'Mars with her
b"'h- .'.< 4t'c'-'n-'lw.< Mr Added to the Globetrotters f STARRING
a'M M.. Fu,, tteTrrwt of Kan a. show thto year will be a full r
C't,. Mo Mr MST>f>dfs en-work' three-fame fkrofeMtcnal" tennis !::
r''' In the f*tHMr cH+nt and;) set" beturen! the great Althea t
rh"'veh'" ,'c ntitsvniwl" 1-tln i 'GHMKWI and Miami's Karol Fa- I JACKIE DANIELS
J.4"h In"f't" parties y. gems' who recently" signed a .tt
J.II.* M't -H v'- Tr'e.n" I.f>_.. 'In Tn*M n i
.,. ,... MN"l'I Tic Globetrotters regular cast
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wh"'e 4'v- tic 'n" r s<*h
of .Ur will < in the Exhibition
car
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terest M' and Mr E
I HaU eoAtests' Theyll In.c'ude FLIP WILSON
-- .... .,. : Jew Gibson Ermer Roo- ft
non Willie Tb...... Earl Green t The Funniest Man In Town 1't
and V rman Lee am Af others 1
Mey your year be one of Gibson' u. a giant 68. 210 Ib cen.r ....; ..
harmony, melody & rhythmat '* who Joined the Trotters out 3 ( k

the of Aiife.es Thomas: Jetlettort High in Los P Plus/ W. C. BAKER LITTLE CLARA JAY u

Fine Arts
AND ALL HIS LITTLE COOKIES SINGER OF BLUES
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Drinking Problem?
.t* In Music Dance ALCOHOLICS I ;:4' Adm. 50c Reservations: K. C. Smith, PL 1-5951 S
Art and Drama since 1953
ANONYMOUSCAN r lli
Liberty City YMCA and HELP YOU I

Tola Town, Richmond Hts. No dues or fees ;a TUESDAY, JANUARY 26th f fti fl u

Registration Jan. 22, 10 til 2 PHONE .n.l
FR 9-0282 l Hair Styles Fashions Comedy Dancing fitS
Atcolvc to put your talented childIn I

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PROFESSOR HOMES ..u I Mr*. Laura Mlllytr U
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StudioTrue f1 fashions of tUO. With :;. P
Psychic !1R: a Mr*. Mlllytr will' botI 1 f- 1
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advice save many dollars and :sj .. 4 smelting floor' show of a ..
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untold worries. Why go through life ;411# dancing/ pleasure Toddy 1
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STARTING OUR 8th YEAR OF DEVOTED SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITYREALTY




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THE ORIGINAL HOME OF THE FAIR DEAL !II


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6200 N.W. 2nd Ave.

My wife and I want to thank you
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lovely l home at a price that we f

can afford. We hare never lived so +t+e 1 : '

good for so little and we are thankful ,

to Fair Realty for making our dreamt '

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Benjamin Martin

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thu beauty with built oren and range, circular drive way, separate Urge utility room rear screened Florida room terrazzo
floors, Urge" ovens zed living room dining room, all modern bathroom. A delightful kitchen. Only o-e payment each month. No closing .
costs. Get security that only a home of your own can bring. Your children looking up to you in confidence. They rely on YOU for
the security they need. Your thrift Is rewarded by their happiness in the joyful and comfortable surroundings in such a beautiful
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Just Comoleted-A Honev!! A Must Total $11,79S-With $595! On -82.50 Mo.

See 1717 N.W. 152nd Terrace Only 1 mortgage to builder No closing coat Now fi-ttH.
Bedroom CBS, oven and range. No closing costs. One
big, new 3*bCBS homes, Opa Locka Call us to
mortgage. Move right in. Opa Lock beauty.
show you. Terrific!
YES11!! ONLY $795 DOWN
Open Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. See "Sid"L I I 1111 II I "I 1..11111..................... I II

I ................11111"...... Brand New 3- 'e-Jroo'''' 2 paths

$495 DOWN Now completing North Miami Beach. Luxury homes. Callus

North Miami Beach. Close to the 163rd Street Shopping for further Information. Only a few of these avsilable

Center. 3-bedroom CBS. City water. See 1570 NE 154th Hurry!
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Waterfront-Ooa Locka-S795 Down
See 1866 N.W. 152nd Terrace
Only 1 mortgage. No closing costs. Move in tomorrow-if
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By appointment only. 3-Bedroom CBS Beauty 1

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SPECIAL!! See 1848 N.W. 57th St.

North Miami Beach. Close to shopping Center, 3 bedrcom 2-bedroom CBS. Front and rear porches, stove and refrigerator
CBS home. City water, 1 payment monthly. $295 down I Priced at only $7,500.To settle estate, $2,500 down.

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