The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00200
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 30, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00200

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Showdown On Dade School Integration Feb. 29A

new hearing was set la Fed before Judge Joseph P. LJeb at desegregating schook strutting the superintendent to And It delayed action on the requests
eral Court this week la the loafdrawnout 3JO pan. Teb. 28. The School Board argue that, explain the Pupil Assignment of six Negro pupils to enter
NAACP cult seeking Both the Dade School Board loyally the Florida Pupil Assignment Law In Individual letters to parents white schools until the court
desegregation of Dade public and the Miami branch of the Law constitutes such a of all children to the school has acted.
schools. NAACP filed petitions Honda/ plan. system. G. E. Graves Jr. attorney: forth
The NAACP that it does NAACP here said his petition
The hearing argues
on a mandate of
asking for the hearing. The board said the resolution Monday partly" constituted

the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Basle question will be: Has the not.The board last Wednesday set goes Into effect only" after It hasapproval a reaction to the board's delaying

la New Orleans will begin Dade school system a Vtaa for the stage for the hearing by in- of the Federal Court. action.

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' WPB Negro E /Hope' Fades For

Police Lieut. ThreeMissing Men

Why Are Miami

Negro Police Still
Boat half mile off Indian Key, 100 searched an area from West Palm
"Patrolmen? J Swamped miles south of Miami. The boat Beach to Marathon.
Found off Indian Key I U' anchored, and only a small The missing men are C. M.
West Palm Beach has taken the J part of the bow stuck it? out of JoHivette, 40, owner of the Community
lead in the South In promoting Hopes were the water Drug Store James Stra-
Negro policemen according to dim this week! than 60, manager of the Liberty
merit.William. for two WLsmij A search by Coast Guard. Navy Theatre, and r..nott.. 34,, of
Boone Darden 15yearold m e n and a- and Air Force: was abandoned on Chicago, Ink Spots tenor.A .
sergeant has been member at thInk i Tuesday after the sunken skiff private pilot spotted the
unanimously approved' by the Spots sing*; was raised and turned over to skiff late Sunday evening and
City Convniation after having Ing vgrovp who the Monroe County Sheriffs office. the Cast Guard made the positive
passed the crrfl service examination dfcappeered one 1 At times as many as 22 identification Monday roorn-
for police lieutenant. Boone a Florida !Keys, II'planes and three boats had;I II ng.opsecret .
a native of Atlanta Joined the fishing trip laU
force ta o tober, 124&. 1U oassed Wednesday The' I
the civil service exam and was weather "a. ,
promoted to detective la 1132. He been cold and
was promoted to sergeant ta 1W4. *. JOLLIVETTI
IX BMD Is married .. tk* former se" ranch' since. I
ROM Merry Myers of Orlando The 14-foot skiff In which the
and they haft two> children. three set out In to fish wu
found Monday, half submerged, a
The dry of Miami Polio Department -- LIFT HE* BY WHITE MAN
has five Negro sergeants WILLIAM BOONE DAR IN I -
who are classified as'bard
serge nts" In tact all whit members of the departmentare Woman t ,
Negro members ofb.. Miami hired as policemen. t
Police Department are hired u This situation has gone on for
patrolmen and keep that tltl. no the entire IS years Natives have Sues For
matter what Job they do. All been Oftb.. force and its about f
time the city do away with this *

PORTLOCK discriminating practice. $100,000 r

Many Negro officers have has started legal action to get
METRO 'Y' BOARD from two to five years and have 100.000 willed her by a white
.. worked. in the Detective Bureau man who died more than 13 '
"' made creditable records In break- I months ago
Ii'llnponarn' murder c. .,I Mrs. "Ellen Meets Hansen has
Yet these men are still patrol-j petitioned the Highlands County
men and draw only a I Probe Court to require that
pay plus a PO clothing allow J thoM handling the win of Duane aC
t I V Palmer file an overdue inventory i '
r ., Veteran officers like Fred, and appraisal o f Pal ner'a !! d
'.' Ebron! Kenneth Jones Charles;'evtate' and also a report on rerefatt .1
.t l' Sbelknan Earnest Hayes B. J. and disbursements.Palmer I
> .
Guilford, Kenneth Hamilton and I j a cattle ranch owner' 9 3Z3
;. ,. Wilfred Carroll are all doing died Dec, 5, 1W8 Under terms of
.'- ., food work In various departments .',I his win his widow Mrs. UUian

-1-: .. .' and are a credit to the.I Palmer received one-half of the
; : '. i':'. t,.. force. Surely these men deservea estate. Mrs. Hansen.. to get
.c'"'"'; better deal. !I $100 000 and also Palmer's per-
A citizen's committee has been Tonal car
appesJsing the situation but I Th car has been turned over)
nothing will be done until a'I to Mrs Hansen but her attorneys
a meeting with officials can be ace say she has received no money Coast Guardsmen are shown raising the 14-foot

: ranged. skiff of C. M. Jollivetto in which he and two friends disappeared I

y .. last Wednesday while fishing in the Florida

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manager <* the Atlanta
Co. has been elected to

the board of directors of the YM' living with Freeman at the Miami poilc are mapping a Congraftman Charles Diggs of
found his estranged was
Miami. Mr. Padlock I Miami husband Detroit has contacted
of Greater Place address. roadblock program Atty.
: First
is also vie chairman of the board wife and her boyfriend abed CueD explained further that that will strike' hardest at Negro Henry' H., Arrtngton frr the nameof
of ma&agetMSt of Carver Branch together Tuesday be had lone to Freeman's home and Latin sections and at the a young man in this area who
and president of 1M T uesa"l and shot and killed Homicide the Bureauof to talk to his wife on some perit early morning nightclub crowd. could qualify for an appointmentto
Clu b. I' according to the al matters between the two. Intpactor Paul Denham said the U S. Naval Academy
Other cfftam ..-.1ede4 to the the Miami Police Dept. M of Upon arrival at the home Cason the roadblocks which b.en It's a wonderful opportunity
board of management were Bv.!I Pellet said Eugene Cason and killed remarked be took a peep Into over the weekend would beheld for the rtt man Basic qualifications
Edward T Graham chairman: 540 NW 7th It.. shot 1219 NW his wife's room and saw Freeman daily and even the regular : 18.22 years old. high
and Miss Helen M. Dorsett. secretary. Bobby Freeman Freeman's H. of home and his wlf. In bed. Cason added police divisions would not be school graduate, tingle, good scholastic
New members' elected for t First place at Tuesday.I that he then kicked! the door to notified of the locations. reerrd THe search is on
term of three yean ware Rev. H. shortly added before that noon CueD on surrendered the room open, pulled out hisrun Tbrywill be manned by teamsof and interested men are urged to
c. StcBowtU. Rev. William F.Ssvey. Pciica after the Incident and fired several times at three motorcycle officers.Denham contact Arlington
Oscar Weaver Jrs and shortly Freeman. Coon admitted carry said the concentrationon
John H. Anderson. Members reelected and confessed told to the that kdlnf he had ing the run because' be expected streets leading into Negro aol .t- -
to serve a three-year Cason several times to to find Freeman at home. Freeman L Mn sections was planned.*. the lave term were Alexander Brooks W. told Freeman Carrie from f was dead on arrival at Jackson c.ue residents of the areas are la m iaUlfeH[ auto inapeetten -
C. coed.!!. Garth Reeves. Charles "lay off his wife. separated I Hospital. more likely to be operating defective stkktn sad drivers licenses

L.Dr.wntt.Carl'Yagr... Rabble Jr. WrlxM sad whom about 8 he or had 7 ...been. Mrs. Cisco, Mrs. Cason was not Injured vehicles. These groups In also, he .&14.

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PACE'2 SATURDAY, JANUARY, 30, 19601 Bethune-Cookman

rT7 I[ To Invade Miami Area ..

The 3S-voices nationally ta. The appearance of this nationally
mous Bettmnc-Cookman College famous choir is a continuation -
-By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU- F Choir will fulfill four encace- of the great tradition of this

-Y ---1 menu in Miami on Sunday, Feb. !'rwtitution! founded by the late ttifl'TM'
: 14 at 11 am.My will appear at Dr. Mary McLeod Bethufle. Many
the Ebcnczer Methodist Church outstanding musicians! have been
3rd ave. and 13th tU Rev A. D. developed in this institution while
rod revolver heater no'matter !! Hall, pastor? at 3 p.m. they will taking an active part in the concert -
rat what you may call It. it's ginning to act like one. Thank appear at the Mt' ZIon Baptist choir Mr Thomas DCRVK. a
for Church: 3rd ave and 9th *U Rev. graduate of Bethune-Cookman
still death dealing wen.Anycne you your support
a :
Edward T Graham pastor at 730pvn. : College and a former member' of
who read this column
hIS .. they will at the the DePaur Chorus of New York
in the tot two weeks agrees that URIAL BURRO Wt, Sir. John appear
guns should be banned in Miami nlte manager Is back In VA hos White Temple Methodist Church. City is In his sixth year as conductor COMMUNITY DRUGS
Dr Harold S. Duel.., and of the choir. The following
Dade Count and the entire state, pital. A nice Tet well card wouldbe pastor, -
welcomed from all friends. Asmall the choir will alto appear on the sinrrrs are soloists: Bonita 760 N.W. lath A .
if ro tt>!e If not the state, then **
the county will do We have city thing like a card can do so Council of CburclTelf'tut on Ferguson" of Miami a Junior;
and county officials! who help much to cheer a fellow up and Channel 7. between 9 and 930: on Latha Murphy of Fort Myers' a -
make laws fry everything they* to help him get better faster. i Sunday morning. senior. Shirley Anderson of Cowpens -

feel. is Important. why not this. I Dr. Richard V. Moore president S. C.. a freshman and Olivia -

Last Friday rd1t. Irvin Afcxj PRETTY GIRL of the WtttCGtgi of the college, who will accompany D EHs of Tampa are outstanding CONSOLIDATE YOUR
and Wll'le! Davis bath cf Miami' t (mv little white boxer) the choir will fire a soprano FraDkUnrirwknf'Y. We BILLS
Refinance YaurMartQages
had a i,hoot-out over a -ramblingdebt Pretty Boy c( the Week' : Oscar. brief Race Relations Day mes-,i Waycross, Ga. a junior
Davis was shot In the leg Range Policeman of the Week: see al eoeh at earance.! Sunday'
Thomas Marshall of a tenor: Charles Pierce' a Ne Payments Until March 1
and Alex was shot In the head. Secretary Feb. 14. has been designated as I
The rtnol'iv* "vk pace! at NW the Week: Carol Ughtbourne Mc- Race Relations Day by Methodistsall Junior of Si Petersburg a bass Ne Balle.n.....r as low as
0th ave. and Mod st Saturday Kinnon.A over the world. and Ruth D. Sknms a senior of .000 111 Month
night two more people were shot. I Jacksonville is the accompanist.J. 12,000 US Month
NO teUinc hw many were cut MIAMI LASS. I U.OOO $10 Month
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or stabbed This must stop! This Sparks. tock off for St. Augustine MIAMI NATIONAL
move of trying to have guns Oiler In Raleigh N. C. winning. This, of course goes for I MORTGAGE

banned for from the the White county race.Is or not the amore Her her last friends Sunday'threw at a Louise shlndir Martini for all << the fltehts. F. DEAL STUDIO FR 3-5446 JE 2-2622

Negro race but for the human pad. A good time was had- Well till next week Live 307 N.W. 2nd AYe. Member Chamber of
Life, every golden minute of It. Commerce
by alMn.
race.Last PracetDon't! Wt copy and enlarge' pictures of
Friday nlfht I talked
with News Dlrrcttr Ralph Renn'ck Ann Lindsay, popular your loved ones at Half ark*. -
and after reading the Miami
lady of Society, and Lou Borders Phone
Times we went into a discussion of N. Y will oreseni the Continental Fret FiRht! FR 40034 Advertise it Pays!
abut brlnr4" the Sullivan Law
Look Fashion' Show and
into. Dad County and he Is goin Lance at Bay Front Auditorium ---- -
tr do pv--vthlnt possible to
en Monday.' February 15. Miss
bring this law into our area. Mr.
Taylor of N.Y. and
Renniek told one (I his staff toret MiM
Galloway of WFECwill :
to work on this immediately, do the MJC honors.
and at prevent a great deal of research CREDIT IS O.K. ATBAKER'S
I* going on so that we may
have more facts about the law,
and the great need for It. Now. my favorite subject
roll Only IS more' days to theRay
Clyde Kn....... night club operator Mitchell Golf TournamentThis dept.

and civic-minded citiaen is affair win take hold V ..' ,:
paying far the handbills that will city for a full week and people -sjg it
be on the streets Just as soon as from all walks of life and every store
they can be printed. Next pe- city will be here Joe Louis,
titian will be made up by our fresh from his visit with Premier w-m
Sepia Mayor. Charles" Hadley, Castro of Cuba; Jackie Robinson
which we urge everyone to sign. Moss Kendricks (Coca Cola, Joe North
We will need at least 100,000 Howard NY. Mary Minor .
names to how our county officials Glenna Powell., both of Cleveland
that we are in favor of this ; L was Carter of Akron
Ohio; Duke Jenkins and his long-
actI ball hitting wife Christine and '
also spoke with Don Petit lots of others ITkLI1 1 *
assistant to county manager O.W. Ie

Campbell and he states that agun It Is a shame that we do not
association (collectors of antiques have any women to represent
) says that it would be Unconstitutional Miami In this tournament' Yes.<
to have the Sullivan Msrme plays golf, but school take
I.AUT. hert_. Now... would .It. he mony WQ th '..ppyiyoim
-- -- -- ---- must fo on. and she can not leave .
unconstitutional to hear of aome- work to play In the middle of
one being shut to death because the week or she would' be right
they mere walking or riding pasta there I krK-w of the other women s
certain place Just as someone who play, but they will not
decided to shoot a gun? County enter Ann Lindsay who will be
commissioner Alex Gordon will bury preparing for the big fashIon -
back this move 100 percent and show but the other girls e
he is a man who cannot be pressured -: won't sav .why. One I f. Marme'a
by anyone lie says that tf best buddy, and the other. is the
there it any way for the Sullivan lady who opened Grenada' Golf
Law to be introduced into Dade Coun with her husband. Maybe '
County and'or the state, stat he. after this golfers $putfi dWest
year you
*t0 tj
County and'or the state, that he "wfll' take wives' and
will lend any support possible.So out your and teach them girlfriends the t........................................

missicner fsr. Gordon.we. have WTVJ County Com-News game, Gtrls.with don't the fellow be golf:. widowsgo I NAME. . . . . . . . . :
Director Rar h Renniek. Mayor
High. Clyde Killens. Charles Had- Better get in some practice you : ADDRESS, . . . . . . . .
Icy, Nat Vau hn. YMCA Director well want to keep .
Moses Perry Miami Times Editor guys some of those trocaMee. In Miami.I : PHONE. . . . . . . . . .

sand Garth Miami C Reeves I Times and readers.a few thou-As Robert Pm sure Jackson Steve', Ernie McEterarray.: Hayes, s lieu: Lots b MteaUEMPLOYER . . ... ... .. .........

for me. I shall not quit this fight Cfeh Everett and Enrene Clapp 1 . . . . . . . .
that I have been
until I'm sure will be in there fichting.' It Is

beaten or until I am successful. quite possible that that nudity ... ADDRESS . . . . . . . 1 1 '
' If I am beaten' I can say that X irtf rules will be a little different
tried and that I really did my this' year. There have been a few : Ud 2 Pieces WWra YM Have C.sjt
best Guns in the wrong hands feltonrs who were trophy hunt in r : I 1 1i
are a menace to society. Last to the point where. theY would 1. . . . . . . . . . .
may I say thanks to all of you auaMfy in cne fK.ht and oTav In
who rent the column to Mayor another This win be correctedthis i. 2, . . . . . . . . .

High to show that the people!! vesr Thl It a mod thine' for ..........._. .-..-..-....-.....- ..
have a vclce. We are a growing' rt makes the fellow In the fourth
metropolitan city aad we are be- flight have a better chance:: of





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:"A,;. Bethune-Cookman
';';S' "" ": .
.t.." Gets
College $20,258

Daytona Beach Bethune -- -
Cookman College has received the]
third $10.000 challenge grant' MIAMIANS

from: the Danforth Foundation of,j j
SL Louis Mo. and a $%51 unrestricted FINISH B-CC AT
grant from the Gulf 011
j jI j
I Corporation of Pittsburgh Pa. MIDTOWNMrs.
The announcement'' was made today *
by Dr. Richard V. Moore,I
w =srA \ : Dorothy Small the act.
president of the college, who ex*I
leg registrar of Bethune-Cook-
pressed his appreciation of theftI'J' man College announces that 47students
Y support of the pub.
generous all
I I have completed re*
a lie whose contribution; the past qulranents for the bachelor of
.Ii-: made It possible to match the science degree at the close of the
Barbara Jean Mason, Backer T. grant The new grant of $10,000 first semester' thfj ichool year.
Washington High School received must be matched with a like I Out of the 41, 32 of them' plan toteach
I the highest score" Ina 50- amount in new money on or'" before while IS plan to continue
mlnute written examination on Nov. I, 1MO or the college I their education In professional
hornemakinc knowledge' and atUtudea will forfeit the grant Dr. Moore schools.
taken by graduating seniorgirls. states the grant will be used forstrengthening (j Since Dethune has no midtermcommrncrment
ijL4 She will receive an award the weakness in the exercise. theM
?ta, manufactured by Jostvne and 'college" program as pointed up in students wHI return on May 29
representing the tktaan "Home b the surrey by Southern. Asslcia receive their decrees and
where the heart Is." Her examination ticn of Colleges and Secondary'1'0 participate
in the commencement" ac-
paper win be submittedfor Schools.JABBERWOCK. .

4 YTP school competition winners to with name other the stateBetty high ,,Uvltiea.Miamlans are as follows:

Crocker Homcmaker of Juanita Davis nude ClaydeUe
Tomorrow Elaine Capers Clifford Barmy
ij' Maybelle Mickena Green Lenore
The test which was prepared' w. Ile+pbutn. Margaret Ross John.
and fudged by Science' Research Monday Feb. 29th *m, Marriel W. Lee, JuaniU
Associate* of Chicago, was taken Jones Ne.tM>ki. Charlra. Thomas
'-r-w- : .. by a record' number' of 379,018 Rarer Ida S. Turner and Annie
& : :; girls in 12397- schools," an In. B. T. W. Auditorium Dorii Phillips of Opa Lock.
ereaee of 29.863 girls and 337
schcots over last year

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CONING T OTHl DOQt-Or, and Mr*. J. H. R.sal. pkturtdenjaylitf while I program sponsored by General :
Mills has neared the two million
an evening. ef (rtjrhewnd racing' recently at tht btaytlfulPalm mark (1.800.153 girls.) Alaska .. _. :
finch Kennel Club. Record crewds are attending. the race at and Hawaii are participating for

the West Palm. Beach track this sea..*. The 1160 meet ce"U"".. tit,. the first time this year

April 1$. Each state Ikmrmaker of To .L .
morrow will receive' a $1,500 ::v. -r 4s
scholarship and an educationaltrip ;
April 2329 with her school + i9.x
advisor The tour win Include
Everybody Cried At New York and Colonial William. _
burg and will cuknlnate with the -
American Table Banquet in i
Daddy Grace's Wake Washington D. C. on April 2ft .t
the Sutler HUton hotel where

NEWARK. N. J (CJTS) formerly restricted membership the AU-American Homemaker of
Even members of the 10-pieee In the OQ,000nember group to Tomorrow will be announced.' The
band wailed' and moaned at the applicants who were Mwhtte runner-up In each state win receive
Newark funeral one of many mules, saber Industrious and of a $500 scholarship; theschool
l of each state winner will
for Daddy Grace whose shoulder cod moral character
be a set of the Encyclopedia
length trey hair and lone curl men
Ins finrernaUs were an oddity, The removal of the racial restriction. Dritannica tai iI
Showing much of the old-time It U believed. will help The scholarship! of the All-
revival meeting tactics some o'ganUe efforts among railroads American ikmemaker of To-
viewed the In the South and other places Increased to
20.000 people>> body morrow will be
encased In a glass-topped coffin where larger number of Negroesare ".000. The second' third and
as it made the rounds from cityto em"loved, and will bring the fourth ranking Ilamrsnakeri: of -q _
city before burial TV cameramen brotherhood In line with the civil Tomorrow in the ration will receive
swarmed to see the tribute. rights policy! of the ATL-CJO 4OUO, $3.000 and $2.000

B Grady Brlngton of Macon. scholarships, respectively. : Y
Ga. Brotherhood of Railroad '-'- 0'i j 1.x

RAILROAD Trainmen general. chairman osj -- --- 5 n.
TRAINMEN the Central the Georrta amendment Railway, introduced I r

UNION DROPS Jay Harris of Newport News,;, '
Va, a brakeman on the Chesapeake :: -
COLOR CAR and Ohio Railway was the Property Owners ..e )
Hme Negro delegateHe was
Eleven hundred deletstea to please'4' with the vote, and t ,oue't Would you like to hare all
the Brotherhood of Railroad reluctant to talk h* stated.It bills combined into one
Trainmen convention this week' Is rtal In the right dirnrtlon." your U- What do
and still
in Cleveland raised their hands President' WIHan| P Kenned-' small payment you
to erase the mention of cokr sew that the union had, In 18 hay. some money left? If '
from their constitution.The I states that ban racial diicrlmlna- $1,500 or $3,000 will help mean CLEAN... r
amendment was approved ton. several hundred' Negro' let .
you at a time like this, CLEAN..CLKAN} -
after almost two hours of discus members i
sien. and it was decided to ellml-t t me get It for low
nat. the phrase. "white males j Today U; not a day too soon *

from The the brotherhood's constitution.constitution I I Advertise It Pays! I to phone if you want to apply Ha WE MEAN THAT THE "



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Mrnbrr 01 the A .nelated Negro Pr...
ML Pleasant Methodist
Member of the XatlonaJ !lewpjwr. Pnbllhr' Aaaoriajton
2170 Washington Street

Entered .* fernnd OAIMI Matter Aug* t D. 1927. at th* Port Office Opa Lxka
at MUml. KTorfaU, under the art of Marrh l>. 1M76 Sunday School ........ 930 ajn
; Morning worship _, 11 LID
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Evening service 1:11
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TIIK NTfJItO PIIKSS brllrrr that Amrrim" can beat lead the world Rev. H. C. Samuels pastor
fmm ratted juwl nul tonal .nl fonlmM when It Mrorri to every man Mrs Evalyn Granger reporter
ft'Pnllf'N of mr. rotor or creed his human Mid fapd' rt<
no man fmHn no titan-the Negro Pre atHven to help errry nun Mcrolnf service "...r....... 1a.i1J .
In th. firm brlfrf that all men are hart ** Ion* m. anyone la held ue

back. Evening worship ..., T30
Prince H. Mobley. pastor

PROMINENT BAHAMIAN Si*. C. McKinney, reporter
School of Wisdom __ IQcM

Miss Mary Moseley, M.B.E., died at her home in The 111. E. D. Gibson. 33 degree, 3rd ave. All IteroiDe and Heroes Evening swiss ... too
of Daytona Beach who will make I (active financially and inactive 1 Y. P. E. Band Ml
Nassau Bahamas on Jan. 19 at the Age of 81.Miss his official visit to district 13 UI financially) are asked to pleasebe Tuesday and Friday ...... IcOO
Moseley for many years was the owner and editor Miami on this Friday Jan. M' present at this very pedal I

of the Nassau Guardian, a journal established in at the Masonic Temple 1742 NW meeting. KELLY'S CHAPEL
She succeeded her_ father Alfred E. Moseley,_who 1884'1 --- -- Tether McNeil reporter

1904 and retired only a few years ago. The Guardian nas Northwest J. R. E. LEE ELEMENTARY Rev. Leroy Dell, pastorSunday
Jaycees School MS
been in the Moseley Family for more than a century.
,.. ,.,. 11:00M.
Miss Meet Again On Monday Jan. IS the PTA Morning worsrlp
Moseley was one of the most outstanding Baha meeting was called to order. Y. F. t.-00

mians of her time. She was a successful business woman I On Tuesday, Jan. 26. the We were delighted' to have Mr. Eveelag worship 738:

and an enthusiastic community worker.It Northwest Miami Junior Chamber Peacock from George W. Carver I
was at the office of the Nassau Guardian that Ye of Commerce held Its first Iflgh. how u* a rum of the ST. JAMES BAPTIST

Editor studied the printing business and worked with MIM planning meeting of the year at Orange and highlights Bkwom of Classic a well parade known 222 N.W. 4th Street
the Carver Branch YMCA.
Moseley for se.eralyears before coming Florida. Among wedding which took place hereIn Rev. J. L. Johnson pastor
the members present were Mores Miami. Sunday School .. .....-..... 930:
Perry. Daniel 1 Cox, Daniel John Morning Worship 11:00B.
Thou of who missed
BETTER SERVICE FACILITIESThis non Ernest James, John William. you oar T. U ___ 130
pie walk, missed a treat! It was
Bill Mile. Manly Dote and
Evening Worship ,...... 730:
exciting which lasted
week our Metropolitan Commissioners have been Henry W Danlf Visitors prest an for more than game an hour and eentsome Visitors are always' welcome

making plans for better services and facilities in some of ( were of the Norman Miami Schwartz Beach Jaycee preeldnt members home with muc
our unincorporated areas.. and Leonard Turkel, member of pies than they could eat.
To this end an ordinance was presented and passed Beach Jaycee Our calendar for the second semester Rrv O. W .....t.r. Outs
The Northwest include a fashion show A. L. JohBtoa. r.oertnllftd.y
Its first Jaycee
reading are
on Tuesday.The phi a trip to the state PTA convention
happy to
announce that they School .. MS
ordinance would do away with some of the legal along with the Beach Jaycees are at Pensaoola for our .Morning Service __. 11-00
barriers for special taxing, etc. It would have to be approved selling tickets for the Harlem president Be Mr*. Sarah Anderson 130
to attend the
by both local and state courts. Gkbetrotters-Althea Gibson attraction cure next PTAmft"ttn helloing worship -, ... ...-_ 711
<< on Feb. 22 and bear a
If It becomes law special districts would be created Beach Exhibition to be held/ at Hall the oo Miami Feb. panel discussion by five of oar GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
and with parents "What We Want OurChlldr..n
the approval of property owners taxes levied 12-13. on.
for streets. services and other facilities. Plan now to attrnJ. Ticket may to Learn at the J R. E. Rev. William F Savoy pastor
l Aft School And How Can
be weJIrI 14th Ave. and Nth Street
purchased at
The North's
tin-American "
population in Dade Is ).
estimated Sunday School 930:
Bureau. UN NW 3rd MMMMMMM
ave. Band
at 100.000 and reports are that they are growing daily Box Barter Shop. S36 NW 2nd Please put our events on your Morning Service 11:00

U'e understand that it is to help this group more than ani are. Carver Branch YMCA 5770 calendar them and and your plan PrAM to support Westminster Fellowship' ,... 4tOO

other that the commissioners are working out these plans. ere NW member.15th ave. or any Miami Jay n, Sarah Anderson., Pre MT. AARON BAPTIST

Mrs. J, D. Mackey .principal
Mrs Edna Baptiste reporter 6410 N.W ISt, Avenue
Set Chapter in I Rev C. W Scott, pastor
JUST up ,FLORAL PARK ELEM. Dea. Earl Colden. clerk
Jacksonville I Sunday School MMMMMM 930
The Floral Heights Oeroentarv
Morning Worship 110:
Mesdames Laurel Julius and School PTA met January 12' BTU _,_ 1:00
R. HENRY Bertha Perry returned recently with resolutions for the new year Evening Worship ,:00
from Jacksonville where Mrs. .beta a drive for new fares to attend Prayer meeting Tuesday 1:00
regularly We
Darnel) GUdwell. a |111- ur- Julius. Florida organicrr of Alpha the new with 134
old I he wants the concession The Chi Pi Ortega Sorority and fro- year parents METROPOLITAN AME
Mississippi boy shot and killed present
William .Prather 15. who was mmmUskm does not see it that trrnity assisted by Bertha PerryInitiated Our PTA president has outlined Rev H M., Salmon pastor

on hid way home from a party way.Maybe will organized and installed a program for each meeting Sunday School ................. 920Mornuir :
while Glk* e41! ) and seven other Negotiations get together 30 white and blue uniformed ladle that will necessitate only one worship .-....... 11-ftO
boy were tiding around In a are still going on. *. The charter, Eta Ma chapter ., hour of your time. Wont y o u Evening worship ... ......, 7-00
truck last llalloaeen night The United Fund ef Alpha Chi Pi Omega sorority give an hour each month to yourchild's
campaign goes and fraternitv wwi presented
education' ? ST. PAUL A. M. E.
The case was tried cn Tuesday. on in an attempt to reach the to the newly elected 1 basil."... I
The plea: was guilty. The Judge road. of $3,633,729.' This IS a fund Juanita Lewis They report everyeourtesv -- -- I R" M. J Terson pastor
sentenced the killer to five yean I everybody who can should subscribe was extended to make 11th !tt end 4th Court

Imprisonment but suspended the to. Give what you can their visit a pleasant one. Beautiful Home Aunday Retool l .....-.. .. H/
last four years pending good be- frccn one dollar up but give. While In the city they were the I Morning worship 11'f

haviour. house guests rf Madam Sophie& Your Lot ACE IA...,. ........ ,.....,., I'M
The Judge said that ;16 Is an fttarke on Myrtle ave. Both Mr*. bmmr.hID 700
are at which a boy not having It's also time for the dime to Julius and Perry are members ofStana Jfftv anuSt

the ex.:, rience of an older person, start marching. We have got to micron Miami chapter of BETHEL BAPTIST
often acts without much thought"Thirtythree keep them going. They do a world Aloha Chi PI Omega. The sororityand
Riehe" R.1rt...
fraternity are sponsors of
prominent Floridians I of good for humanity. Mary McLeod. Bethune Foundation I Rev' T. R W... p..."",.

this week warned that c1-- Their 1WH convention' wTO Jean 1'! Scott reporter
be held at IVthune-Cookman Col Ittmdy Srhool _- HO
school and
ing public instituting
school Jimmie Reese has Just returned let in April. Mme. Marjorie S Mnrntnt service r-.w._., 1HHTU
private systems In their from Jacksonville where he has Joyner, national supervisor. c....,..4. fru111laq "IM S30Evenlnr
place will -ultimately lead to the been promoting his Carilnfs Beer ..'v4e. ._..._..._ ,:011
collapse <4 our democratic society PLANNINGBUILDING
I .d Ale Jtmmle's product must
be good because It has skyrocketed : TRINITY C. M. E.X .
to the number four spot na pay for part. a FINANCING
Describing the lynching case of tionally >I4 N.W. 8th Court
Not bad
considering It I time work. Ambitious people Your
that New Heoie
Mack C. Parker was tried 10th W V Geary minister
was a couple of back
twice and acquitted by a Mississippi and In 62nd place In yean 1M9. who wish to earn more than rhurrh School -,.,_.,..,.r fit
jury and a Federal Jury, just a living Established : REPAIRINGREYOOELiNG Morning worship ........... 11.c
Atty. General William Rogers since 1908, our Insurance Evenhtr worship tie
calls It a nravety of Justice. RENOVATING
lie said despite setbacks it has MAYS HIGH SCHOOL Company la expanding operation ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E.

not been dropped. is into the Negro area Over Twenty Year ofConstruction
Mays High School having its
second Parent-Teacher of South Florida. Experience I............. Rev. E. M. Blocker. pastor

ball It and will there soon is be no time certainty for base-that ence day of the year conln'-I I I desirable, but not esaentitaL a.e.ntM4 &atoMutie.S Sunday Clo School Sweeting__reporter_ 930
Feb. 1 from 8 3
a.ra. to J
l We will train assist Worship
and 11:00
Miami will have Its Marlins this v*'u
There's been quite some AU parents of Mays studentsare In ceding state insure ac aQ A. C E. LeneEvealnf eoo:
year. urged' to come and discuss, your '
WorshipTHE ,....... .. ,:00
about moving the club to -
talk the progress erf your sons a ad Lance license. Minimum high, Oc ,
some ether place. The reason: daughters. I ccEQ9k,
Miami Stadium. The Marlins new I school education. Send ... INCARNATION !

owner. Dill McDonald and the Anyone Interested' in taking a i um.', phone number and NE 54171

City Commission have not been three semester hour science[ recent snap-shot, if available 1121 N.W. 29th Street Church School and Adult
Bible Class ... 930
of the the Florida A and -- :
lease through
able to agree on a course
I to Insurance 111? NW 3rd : UkMMl Solemn
Sung Mas ___ Ifc43
McDonald offers $, M extension program: please tan:
stadium.a rear rental for five yean, butt il tact CE 5-5440 alter 3 pm. 1 aver Miami Fla. :I ETC Meeting ............_.. 733&30

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YMCA DriveWomen The Oy Mays Wilbert High Mason Rams has a

Membership winning fever in the 1960 basketball
season with a 6-1 record.
In one of the latest games the
and Men Rams squeezed by last year's sec-
I end best team in the state Roosevelt
Serving As Leaden High of West Palm Beach by i

rrbeCA EnroUmc&t: a 72-70 margin Friday night Jan. r a.

member is now IB 22 in the Mays gym. -

progress The partkipaUoa of the f61y The Rams losses were to BTW
community in this enrollment ';'' ,"" 55-48; Attucks 49-47; and Northwestern < .

will without doubt, affect the : ...1FRED. .":, 7060.
ability of the YMCA to provide The Rams defeated: BTW SI*

wholesome recreation for b o y sand '.",., .s"" 49; Attucks 71-48; Northwestern
45-38 Lincoln Park 67-48 North
girls men and women art a
the community.The .'. Dade 52-40 and West Palm Beach E

bit drive befinninc Feb. 7270.
... The Rams have far
1 and ending Feb. 13. has every so an aver
dJviskn age of 37 came in the
of the "V working desperatelgr points
to arouse the community nine games
to the needs of youth. The The players who have proved
time b-Not later. But Now, outstanding this season are Robert
Mrs. M. Athalie Range, cochairman Page Thomas Given (capt.), e
Thomas Brown Cecil Young,
of the drive
, Charles Randolph Gorman Dan,
the following captain for her
leis and James Dartln.
division: Mrs. May D.
Braynon, ( The Rams will play the Carver
Portia Banc hidee. Mrs. Lucusta \ Hlgtt Hornets Wednesday night
Colston. Mrs. Willie
Mae Jan. 27 and Jan 29 Lake Shorein
Parks and Mrs. I. E. Thames
Belle Glade.
Her. Henry D. McDowell cochairman -
announces the fallowinf MANNA j.-, .
captains for his division New ffrsenelty!
Alexander KE.W HAW PRIM
Brooks Henry A. This week Station W3JBM
Smith. George KDpatrick.] Oscar announces the appointment of anew GOING LACK I
Wearer Jr and David A. Dobbs.
personality of the airways, .. -- -
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Other workers in the ...
campaign and a new program director. He .c: -..... ---..
include Roger Williams Leonard Is rr.dft'kFrtd." Manna who ..-....a.w.w Maw w.- I
Walker. Mrs Katie Taylor. Mrs. for the past two years has been -wr.rM-- Mrs Mayme Richardson, widely acclaimed dramatic
Sallie Dudley" Mrs EarnestineDavis. I R--- -
Mrs. Virlyn Sutherland, doing part time work on the station _' ,. soprano from New York City, will appear in concert Sun.

Mrs. M. L. Denis Mrs. Ruth William but is now a rejulsr full day at the Sweeting Dilate in Fort Lauderdale The pubic
time member of the staff.
*, Mrs. Vashti Monte, Mrs. .I Z'-fl=r & I la invited to attend

Syhretter Tbctnpean, E. N. Tay .. .- --- ----
for Her Richard DeVeaux, din-1 ..

too Williams. Willie MaI'1W7.1)I
Frank Woodard. Dennis Thomas

Paul Joseph, Thomas Sanders,
Mrs Delores Cabin. James Me-, 3
Fadden. Albert Johnson. Theodore .
Blue. De 1'-.1 i HONESFORSALE
Kemp. Dr. WWWParkerhEu + :

Jr, Dr. George A. Simpson Arlington y t
Sands and Robbie Wright
All citizens are requested to
Join the YMCA today!

Country Club Formedfor i

Gold Coast : ; :

A new and different organization In Coconut Grove
has been formed In the area 1 .
of Dade and Broward Counties t
the Gold Coast Country Cub. A 3341 Fla. Avenue
This dub has something really
unique to offer. It is decidedly a"tint.
2 bedrooms, I. bath oak

The organization .is bring --- floors.
spearheaded by 25 directors- whorepresent
a variety cf fields ofoccupetlcc MILTON SMITH
Prearsm Dlrcter PLASTIC COVERS
& Among these are -e-

doctors. teachers recreation The new program director is
workers school principals, a secretary "
and a lawyer. the well Smith known who Milton has been ButwrbaU" the- 3331 Fla. Avenue ,....... ""K"I'" ........1
The puxpose' of the CJr fttza- ftwr* withal N sswNw
star disc jockey of the station for
tin is to offer facilities for wholesome 3 bedrooms, 1 bath oak
the several and who
recreation for its. members, put years Glow CW I ..uoe De Makes e\./yUg DUST.
their families and cuests. recently was promoted to the ad-position floors. vyi pk\t< raft AuraCY-mi.,
of direct in
Amon? the many facilities to beffered program MOTM-WOOf./ DIRT.
dJtin to his regular duties. f'M Hl In year Urn ... .
are (I) a ap.dous club- IR00f; NON.
house of modern design which Hanna, who lives at M76 SW -e- % Warranty will provide the following: 27th st, conducts the "Fred Han M,:t. .M! WerWnoraMeJ el e ctofh
na" show which is heard Monday
best A. in dining food; b.room a modern offering bar andcodktatl the through Friday from 0 am. 3311 Fla. Avenue Indvslud lw u .....,...., alppa.d with.

lounge; c a meeting 2o11 am. and from 2 to 330sition ale vaaar kdekdro .. oushlon.

place for other clubs and orfanizations of program director la addition 3 bedroom., 2 baths, corner,
; d. a weD-equipped library to his regular duties.
with provisions for musk liana a local product of landscaped lot.Terrazzo. Call Now PL 1-5841

and quirt times and a darkroom : Booker T. Washington High, also
for photograph hobbyists. attended school in Wisconsin. He 1 I floors

(2) a larre oval shaped swimming is married the father of two soda
pool surrounded by modem and is a member of Christ Episcopal fveumfs WI 7-0895
lounge chairs. Church of Coconut Grove.A .
3. A snack bar and lounge for native of Richmond Va. be ALL OPEN FOR
swimmers.: I'attended Tennessee A and I Uni NICHOLAS m 759 N.E. 79th Street

4. Tennis courts. vanity at Nashville, before coming INSPECTIONSAT.
9. A mlnsture golf course to Miami He is married and ,
6. Provisions for croquet badminton the father of two children. & SUN.
and other outdoor canes. Photos by Johnson of Miami I

7. Barbecue pits. conveniently Highland. 4-TOSS re. C.nwltaU.s.
placed for family picnic
t. A picturesque lake for boat- : DIEHARD SOUTHERN CLINICUrinary
Inc and flshinf. For Rent or Sale

9. Three completely furnished I VIRGINIA and Chronic Diseases
cottages for weekend roots, and Brand New Duplex Homes
10. Ten acres of expertly land- INTEGRATESThirteen 2-bedroom, 1 bath in each Hawrs; 10.4 7$47 CORAL WAY
seed grounds for healthful outdoor
enjoyment Jfegro children quiet tide built-in oy.n. stove Ev*. by Apt. (Nun filth Av..)
entered the former all-white
One qualifies to become a member ly and heating. Cl...4 W...
high school at Floyd Va. and at Bus N* 4 to *..'
of the organization he or 10370 and 10380
she .Is 21 years of a,e or over, nearby Check yesterday at federal

and of rood moral standing in his court-ordered racial integration S. W. 173rd Street --- .- .- .
or community, There Is a began in western Virginia.Newsmen In Perrine
small annual membership fee. were the only observers RUPTURE
Open House will be held at the at Floyd High School as -C- e PILES e PROSTATF

clUb house on Sunday. Jan. 31. nine Negro children: walked from ) Rectal Diseases Varicose; Veins
from 2 to 6 pm. Persons who are their bus to the school entrance. Open for Inspection at aU .
The equally Effect) re pa,In lee*, nen-eurglcal efflcc treatment at few t
Interested in membership are Invited scene was quiet as time. cc -
to attend. four children entered Check HigbSchool. >> ... I 1.** time ., |ncm.. Awed surgery and ......Iullutl.... Why

The Gold Coast Country chub Is : 12 miles distant wear true? Why suffer, delay and ftt wertefS
For Information Call
located approximately 12 miles All IS children had attended
north of Miami and about the Chrtitiarufcurg Institute for Negroes I > CONSULTATION FREE 0

kame distance: south of Fort 23 miles distant In nefeh- D. & H. Special ....dlc.tI.... treatment, diet* f.' arthritis"' neuritis, wlcers. .

Lauderdale two blocks west of boring Montgomery County !' blood' preeeure slow, a.....1.. lost v)0er.) chrnl d...*...
state Road 9 at Hallandsle Beach 13th Miami Construction Co. *f men and .."' ....
Boulevard IB Hallandale. ave.,
Persons interested In memtoer- Here Is an opportunity to shareIn DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING
shin but who cannot attend Open the development of a worthwhile HI 8-1119
House should apply' :Erectly to: programo aa er n1u- 21 S.W. 11th Avsm S.<74S A General Health Service,
Ulysses C. Home praldeat of tires which will be the.pr$4f:: .of all -
the board of directors, 57S KW Florida and the South. -----

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V--g-"".. -.J 1"AJ.ItI"A

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So Tutkegee, Ala. now ha a
Jim Crow movie. That's a good
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------------..-..---.. .. ..-..------ name for It its for the birds!
I wonder if the Whites will bellowed
Tbe evening of January 18, at given great impetus and direction colored movies U
the home of Pauline 11. Smith, *a tnt journalistic Lead. .a to see
I they too strict about color
the hostess Beta Tau Zeta Chap -
ter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority held Tau comer want the fsmlltea there, the poor whites those won't that&I'd't lee
impressive Founders' Day ser- ana ineoa of Dr. C M. JolU any movies because black and
vices. veue ST, James Strachan and colored are

.. _..... ..- I.AHX bc&tt who *re etpuuoetaguwous white. Seems like it's hard to separate rue DcuvexYGUaaBl DR
these two anywhere
Mrs. B. monacal ol grief and uncertainty
Eugenia Thomas served
in the Southern part
to know that. our ,
as chairman of the event. pray
of the White man's mind, no Sum
Special recognition went to chap- en are for and with you.. Be
matter inhere be lives.I .
ter charter members Ellen Styles wave. The aoadowcd hands eC ha CM.fcUiT-4ta.Sc. Prop
that this theatre
Bess. Theodore C. Brown Alma grief bru* their own gilts to the notice and
L. Crawford. Ireta Crosby Glen- AU. Sorrow bravely borne five separate ticket offices con- ---.
dent Edwards, Dorothy McKel a sense of kinship. with all the cessions besides a wall that separates
the two What
Jar Ethel B. Manning now residing sorrwwiQc everywhere and al group -
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want to bet that the money '
ways. It create sympathy' and you
in South Carolina. Welhel
doettnt remain segregated? Ill
tenderness and
Eugenia menia Pace B. Thomas LcveJy, Pauline F. Roberts chaiienges courage to bear IL t Its I also open bet only that because the Negro more section money YOU ASKED FOR IT!

Willis. 5.1 Congratulations to the newly' will come from that side, and So her it I.-A full ONE YEAR
that the White side U open so
appointed principals:
Church St Theresa's of the Guild of e Bawl Moseley; Dote. Isaac Hears, they wont lose face since this i* AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
Transfiguration) Manatee Bannerman. We ere the only theatre in the town. Policy for most people with only
Episcopal) now in the embryo
The situation makes me feel
prcud of you. You will de welL
stages in Opa Locka U conduct
tajr God go with you. Ooh $15 DOWN PAYMENT
ing a chinaware project which these Southern customs

will end March 5, I960. This pro THOUGHT For Tbe Week: A They make me cuss some! I SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
ject been launched to aid in, man's greatness is measured by For to each man I'm akin
the underwriting of the building' his Kindness:: man's education i* 1 Matters not the color of his skin.
fund. Prizes in the offing are an.recognized by hi ,Modesty; *. 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmer. Market
imported china service for six man's caliber U abown by his i Change in Social 'I II PL 9-5264 NA 4-1811
first prize, one pair of silver, consideration of others.

candle holders, second' prize; silver to Samuel OTanner ThanksI i I Security( Tax Rate"Be __ ... .4'_ __ _
salad fruit boat third prize. cipal of Northwestern High.. socialsecurity
careful about your
Members of the
guild are Mrs- - -
I taxes in January.' Edward
dames Mable Rogers, president;
Malone Oliver Ant vice president I P Blonrton. Miami North
"Jill Active in
Social Security manager, warned
; Daisy Kno)es. second vice f POULTRY'AND
president' Colleen Pander today.
recording CHARLES'
; secretary; Mrs. Reeder, corresponding i YM ProgramBy The 1959 rate and the 1960 rate
are different Don't contuse
: jecretary; Ruth Sing
leton. Clara Wilcox. Marie Miller Mr*. Lucille Wfceatley them." FISH MARKETThe
Jane Lewis, Marian Allen, Have you beard about the ie* "If you work for someone else,
Alice Harrison, Grace Fowler. Aspectacular mount down for our YMCA to your first paycheck for IHOwal't'l Finest Live and Dresssd Poultry
spring affair is being, male touch that i* supplying the will have the new 3-% dc.ductka. *
planned. t rocket to space ax bdbU7 LIt Your employer will FRESH FISH DAILY
..._. T. me look into the crystal ball aDd match this with his 3%."
I live you excerpt from the put "If you are self-employed' the Groceries Meat Fruit Vegetable
The beloved tenglegged bird -; i and for the future. old 1999 rate of 3', applies to
Sir Stork left a beautiful baby the report' you make before April BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT

girl who will answer to the name" No looter 1* the Carver YWCAa IS The report you make nettyear Free Delivery Service as Near* Your Phone
ol Renee. At whose house? At haven for Jack the Jllk for 1960 will carry the new
the Willie McCoy's on 22nd are. have Invaded the premUe and 4* % rate."
340 N.W. 16th Terr.
Mother and father and baby are what broad mallet the. Jack are" Employers have until Jan. 31 FR 4-1345

ccrnlQj along very well. Congrat II now wearing. to file social security retorts on Open Dally .:so a."'. to I ,.", <-tat U 9 ,.'''_*"''. te 1 ,.....
ulatkra.Mrs. wages paid in 1959. The 1959 CHARLES BUTLER pr'.t.rr '
I I Jill*!! U you are not a member rate of 2H % fir employer and *
Herbert (Evelyn) Williams of the Tri-IUY dub which meets 24% for employee' applies.
entertained' the Poinsettia every Wednesday at 8 pm. well
Bridge Club at her' beautlullyarranged your social acthrtUe are Incom
home on Jan. 16. First plete. AU smart young ladles inhigh
prize was garnered by Linnie school want to be movinc

Fannin Maude; ElUson second;prize third was prize won was by in the girl same. Last circle year a*this the group TrtitiY r For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates -Call ,

awarded to Hazel Saunders. of lovelies sponsored a fashion
Members present were Alma able tea and dances for the rock
Brooks Sue Francis, Maud and rcil set and since their' purpose *
Chandler. Natmj Grant., Guuie for even being a Trt-RI-Y BONDED COLLECTION
Dobbs BUnch Smith Thelmi is aimed at high standard of 1
Outkr. Ruth Polite, Victoria Christian dander these
Webb. young ladles worshiped together I
in a community church.

Realizing the added needs ol Rose among thorn a wel f AGENCY Inc. .

the comcnumtjr and the need tar rime sight at the boys basketball & :: : .'
more group ocwl" and civic ex- binquet And who were the toss' ,
preKn, fee following matrons The Tri-Nl-Y girl, of course
arc organizing the OKCilETTS.Prospective serving. a* hostesses.
members are LoaaB.
Simmo&s, Ethel Ferguson Mar Again from the past,. I see Trl
Suet Adams, Betty Jean Sutton 1U girls helps to aaUdt fund
Delorei Johnson, Ellen Tucker, at the Orange' Bloesom Classic I The largest collection and rental
Fannie T&ursun, Helen Peavy, and attending a Co-ed Confer

Julia B. lint Park.Marguerite Wallis Hunm.Milkr Jimmy Al* YMCA.e' coca at. the Downtown. Branch: I l t agency in the South; operating in L "

bertha and Caldweli.Jetty Papino.Eleanor Colman Now what wonder have we Dade and Broward Counties'
to behold for the future? ADoth-
Best wishes and the loveliest of
ec Co-ed Conference but in SL
huxsoues to you. Negro Housing
I t I Augustine this time. Are the dele areas
TTTT gate the same? My no. Many
Cleo Im1e Crumpton entertainedthe i new girls have joined the Tri-hl-
decorated Egciloc Club in her newly | Y and are now enjoying it* ac* L L BROOKS, Proldeat
renovated "town-itivWe. *.
house" on Saturday. President LI
Pauline Smith had a well arranged Don't go away; I see oh ao many MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
agenda spiked with activities wonderful things for a U girl to 10,000 HOUSING
and fun. Plans were culminated enjoy at t he YMCA. Monday UNITS IN DADE AND
for the sprint activity! to i I I thru Friday, from 4 to S P-m. you BROWARD COUNTIES
be staged arcunJ Easter Time. '' may choose from a number of

'I activities: tennis, volleyball, baskttb.ll. -
The internationally known Mrs knot hockey, arts and
Jack Wrigh-xm (Allie) of ML crafts, ceramics swimming, teen
Vernon New' York. was a royal talk, a co-ed glee club and oth
ly entertained recent' visitor to ers.
our Magic City While here' she --
was the house guest of a childhood Camp time anytime but the .1 NCY, INC.
friend Eddie Daniels who best time will be had at Owaissa

gave a lavish "at-horne" affair in Bauer during a co-ed overnight _.. .
her honor. More, than 200 guests camp trip. -

dropped in to meet this charming It CONVENIENT
Mrs. Ina Blackshear: director of LOCATIONS
lady; durin her stay Dr. and Mrs.Earner .
girls activities, deserve a big
Ward entertained her at band e 110 N.W. 7Jnl IT PL t-tftt7
breakfast Clyde Klllens and his for such an excellent job of a iota N.W. .th ST.

Ova gave a brilliant dinner par time planning and supervision at all 941 RAND AVt. HI 4-X447 Ft Lauderdale' JA 4.SM7
ty. Mrs. Wrightson was guest of
I honor at the Owest Club whichmet The whole story of the JU3 at e 440 N.W. tTth AVL .. ._ Nl ..MM SS9 HAMMONOVILLI RO.Pomp .

' with a unique Ruth Florida Polite souvenir.She received the YMCA is tar from brIDe told; 1971 N.W. Ond $C OX 1.44t* *** ............ ., W* S.SttS
this is just an excerpt.
Many other courtesies were extended Goodbyetad 14410 N.W. J3n4 AVE
this gracious person. En- see you e intS HOMESTEAD AVI.Prr .
again soon? Opt Lecka MU ...."
route back to ML Vernon she

will stop In At'anta as house guest <... ,.... CE I-J5M 1100 N.W. Sr* CT. ..._..., PR 4-.U1
of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Dacote.
friends of long standing.Mr. JABBERWOCK MAIN OFFICE
Wrtht cn and our own JimReid
will long be remembered as Monday, Feb. 29thB. 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 38416tHE

the ornnLwrs of the Newspaper T. W. Auditorium
Guild of America which has .




It may well be laid that the
Pittsburgh Courier has a petticoat
regime. A* such It has risen to the
highest pinnacle of success.
Mrs. Robert L. Vann president-
treasurer of The Pittsburgh Cour

ier Publishing Company, has
been active in its operation since .
the death of her illustrious hus it
band. Attorney Robert L> Vann in
1940. Mr. Vann one of the founders aS a
was the paper's first Editor
and publisher. Ii11 cHyA;

Fran his death until IMS she
was the company's treasurer.
When Ira F. Lewis died she be-
came titular head of the business.

Mrs. Vann has been the recipient -
of many honors. She appeared
on the This is Your Life"
TV program. She has receivedthe '
honorary degree. etf doctor of
humanities from Virginia State
College and the honorary degreeof

doctor of laws from Virginia ..
Union University. She is a member )
of the National Board of The SI :b\: :

NAACP. and a trustee of Virginia
Unicn University She has been

named as one of M1lftftla'. : :
Distinguished Daughters" She # ; Y
presented this country as Sp .uiai zwIn
U S Ambassador to Liberiaat
the inauguration ceremonies of y
President W. V S. Tubman. She
has also been named to many
outstanding government committees s
including the International
Development Advisory Board. MRS. ROBERT L. VANN I Fine Whiskey. .

The paper she heads, celebrated I department add to its "
press pro La. for Negroes, complete integration
its golden anniversary in 1960. duction. in the Armed Forces; FLEISCHMANN'Sis
It is a member of ABC and prints Its Promotion and public relations l.r.t disclosure of the name of
editions weekly out of Its $500- department is located in the Dune Mlkr as a Second' World
000 printing and publishing bouse. TrlanuJe; Building in the heart of War Hero; the fitfht to save the BIG
Completely unionized., the paper I I the city's downtown area. life of Rosa Lee Ingram which the buy !
employs over ISO people and The Courier has been in the I eventually resulted in her par-
baiittans eight branch offices. forefront of many campaigns., In, dun, the building of a home forSally
An 80-page Hoe pleas, seven cludingSolfIUsvect- drives;/I Nixon n.ht.e husband was
linotype machines and a completely crusades which resulted in opening -. killed txc.uM wanted V vote
modern engraving and Job the doors of organized ba... Iin Alabama; the he of the '849' 90 PROOF is why !

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first class citixcnthip must be, BICNOED WHISKEY .0 PROOF 11% DRAIN NCUfBAl SPIRITS
Road wiped out by more and moreconcerted DHTIUINO! COHPOHAtlON. NtW YORK CITYRARKIEY'S
I Along Freedom's Irvedom-kvlng action Americans.on the part If you of THE FtSiaCMMANN

as a human being and a citizen
--- By RUTH FERRY wish to do something about these
o<*Hini>rd attacks upun our democratic
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structure you can do nothing
It was noted in this column took place last April. In a telegram better than take out a membership CUJ-RA1E STORE
several ccks ago that over-all to Mr. Rogers Mr. WUkins in the NAACP and fight
progress in tbe field of civil right said that the failure of the federal for freedom with others dedicated
has been made during. the past grandjury to return a true to this same goal. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

50 years. It was also noted that, bill together with the refusal of We can no longer condone the
whu the picture as a whole is the Pearl River County grand actions of the white supremacists, WINTER MEDICINES
rnucd better, there are trouble jury to C'ODIkIube evidence in whether it be in Mississippi or in
spots and bad areas still existing; the case demonstrates anstw the any other area of the United ftftS Tnc ....... 2JS A 1.4S Lydla lnkham's 140 A 1.00
and H a toward the elanuuUja urgent need" for strong civil States. We do have a Constitution; Dr. Pierces Favcrltercrlptl tcott's Emulsion 1.79 LaT
of these defects in the structureof ngAU legislation. we do have the Declaration of /.". l.ti 1.10 Super Anahl '.00 A 1.00

American democracy: that the Mack Charles Parker, a 23- Independence, and -...e do have New ZyrM 7 plus .... 149 Super AnahUt Natal

NAACP ts UU we rking. .'year old -clro.. was netted. by a the Fourteenth Amendment If fathtr Jhn's Spray ..... ............_m 91*
I mU from his ail in toe Poplar we act fci. Hbef we can eluninaUinjuMkrs Medicine ........ US A 7S, Super AnaNUtTabUta
j J
MAJOR TROUBLE SPOT I vane jail and lynched last April stall) Using wMte washed II Swamp Root .... toll A 7ft, 9S, A u.
I 33 two daya belure he was ached- by the southern states Tbe
It soul now appear five years .
after the Supreme Court's docisluo -! u;ed to be tried. oa the charge I time is long past f ,r quiet submbion -
on desegregation in publiceducation I inat. he had raped a young. whlt.nwttnrr and abject corapUanca JOHN A MsMINN.' OwnarDRIVER'S
with the tUtus tiuo. It is up to
that. the major areas At t&e request of Gov
of DOO-c..mp.aOW still an tie''James p. Coleman uf Mi.*LMif, );4. I you and to roe to demand and the equal del oJ"--..:. ...s. :)._
&l1ed'' the Fit entered the C&6e andmade justice undo the law
state cumpris:ng the 8O-< j of
and humane .
"cradle of the. Confederacy. And an extensive investigation, l cent toward -
the results of wnca turned. citizens of a democracy
of these southern states, perhaps
time must
This we
*' Musissippi, Alabama& over to the. governor' When the NCotfter !
we can u for anything less.
Pearl River not LICENSE !
South Carolina and Georgia aa County grand jury I
the moat backward in the Inevitable convened Ut Nuvct&bcr. it rrfutcd -
forward movement of democracy to consider the Till report Hairstyles Around

in action. and ounpteteiy ignored the lynching. -- BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONL:
1 :andt increasingly hard to The Attorney Genus incn'I The World Sunday
UK barbarous and prizaiUve announced that. h* would seek a
justify Styleorama was
federal of thecae \ Last year our O'BERRY'SMAGIC
grand jury probe
acUtns of some Mi&siaaJppian if
lawJ I a record breaking success
let violations oi federal
I have tried to maintain a
mused a rare treat
tolerant; attitude and make all In his telegram to the Alter-{ mimed Don't' it you about last year's affair CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
whltasupretnaost nay General, Mr. Wilkins SAkfci I
manner of excuse for the make board the
just sure you
atamss of the. state in view of your cnaracttrixation Jet Electra that the Alpha Chi FR 4-7756
of Mississippi, telling myself thatit of the inaction of this. pearl charteredfor
Sorority has
Pi Omega 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
Kivcr Grand
tradition for County Jury as a
i* toe custom and : its tour of the United States
them to consider Negroes as flagrant and calculated. miscarriage in 120 minutes. 3<<.,
they of justice, the NAACP
above animals that
little Jet Electra will leave the
are being Led astray by expedient guises you to release to the pub- Spm. ;il
31 at
__,.....-1._. anst *Jfftrth.. Hut I uc the complete text of the FBI dub MI Sunday Jan.
-- --- benefitof
PUUUl.--> This tour is for the
confess that I am report on the Parker lynching 601
must fina. y
the Sorority's :
that. the world know who'
and may
sick at bean with lynching beautiful
the and be able 101
suspects are
sadistic actions, and I will no localeoemetoIogIts
hairstyles styled by our
whatsoever appraise the quality of justice. administered
longer find any excuse dance to the music
in the state of Misjiuuppt.
for them My stomach; tarns and
of W C
These recurrent miscarriages !
over at the continued bigoted enjoy his star studded floor show.
actiom of some of the white citizens Ne 4-W 81 for tables.P. .
anew the urgent need tor strong
in Mississippi; culminating S. We assure you of a safe
crvu rights legiitioa"NEED
in the latest travesty of Justicethe landing.

refusal a few days ago of tha FOR STRONGLEGISLATION Furnished or Unfurnished Apts.

load.. -
in the kidnap-lynchlng of Mack As in the case in Mississippi: in For The Highest ia STOVES AND REFRIGERATORS CHEAP RATES

Charles Parker. the Parker lynching and u Is
also the case in the other southern COSMETICS 14255 N.W. 22nd Avenue

JUSTICE HIDES HER PACE states where miscarriage of
Justice toward the Negro happensas AIM WI 7.2420
Following this refusal to indict a daily occurenoe, strong federal -
any suspect NAACP executive civil rights legislation ap Miami Times Newspaper (Across the 5t.t From Magnolia Hospital)

Roy WUkins called upon Attorney pun0 ssttopthavionly deterrentthat Call YUkon 3-5681
Genera William P. Rogersto will sadistic See Super anytime in Apt 2
make public the Federal Bureau white sugra>ucijt*. Tbota remaining ....\ND'1"rooao4
Investigation's abaut- bad areas delaying the

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Defeats Homestead 43By Ticket Locations For Mrs. Rose Bryant for inch a lovely -
repast which was enjoyed by
Martin Singers members and the host of guest
1 iK who attended the affair.
Elliott J. Ptesa I I The next meeting wtU be held
The Palace Arena Boxing Team Tickets for the Roberta Martin at the home of Mrs. Rose Bryant
defeated the Homestead Boxing Holy Redeemer Singers can now be purchased at of 3330 Fray ave.
Club by a margin of four victories the following locations
to three Monday night at the Pai- Cagers Defeat W. '
Downtown area: Bark!"'. Cut.I
ace Arena. Both teams presented Sacred Heart Rate Sundry Store 1201 NW 3rd Why be Out of Style?
an array of boxing talents which I ave Thomas Blue at the Council Let
us convert your double-
shoed. : KO a long way in the field. for the Blind 470 NW 11th it.Negro .
breast suit
The Anal but went to Home* In the second conference fame 4'1.: to a single breasted,
Precinct Police
of the narrow lapeL fit up.
s.ead when Harold Brown 178. session Holy Redeemer
(use 5th ave. entrance), ..DdPearl' Your
defeated Smiling Tailors 937 NW
from Sacred
knocked out Tom Kelly 169 of esters ,
the Palace. in 35 seconds of the Heart Homestead. The score was| 2nd Grocery Store 1201 NW 3rd Ave. Reuben Hepburn Prop.
second round tf a thn -rOUDdu. 4523 The game was played at, ave. indf
Liberty City: sit Tabor BapUltChurch.
But the deciding Holy Redeemer Friday afternoon.I!
favor in the gel.
1701 NW 17th between
contest was the aeml4fenal event Tbe.sconr: by half time was 34- ave Musical ExtmrajNORTHWESTERN.* *
the hours of 740 to 10
Micn: the Palace earriei off when 20, Holy Redeemer favor. The Lth
S.nny Teliechea 158, Avon a 2 to high scorer of the game was Car' -- --- ---- pm. (use rear entrance.) PTA

1 uecii.on over Dave Clark 160, rol Williams of Holy Redeemer Little Akbertha 1C. Delanfhter. ket.Brownsville 4825 NW;nth Neal's...Super. Mar THUD, FEB. 18
.f IltmMUad: in a 1 rounder.a with 30 points. daughter of the Rrr. Henry Delauptft' -
and Mrs. Lee' De- Richmond Heights frank: C.
o"u bou.s; in the contest Annie
.... .o..o.nj were the results: They face a touch lm:nacu-: laughter was christened by her Martin Elementary School. For
Ta.ddejs Msakey, 140, Home late Conception of Hlaleah. It, father on Sunday, Jan. 24 at the any Information relative to the
H*+* Avn 4 uxuajnoai decision will be played Tuesday afternoon home of her godmother Mn.JtDca concert call CE IO'nLPerrlDe COMIS'LUNCHEONETTE
'se.Gbavicth<< 136. of Jan. 26 tor Holy Redeemer1 3rd Jones 1S10 NW 60th St. : Mrs. Coretha Phillip,
tAe Pa.* e la the opening 3 fame. Albertha was born Oct. 1, 1W9.. 10210 SW 131st St.
rounder. i Homestead: Sweeting's Beauty
L.ja A.ar.U, 146 of the Palace -I : Parlor and Ida's Cafe.
*x>reu a TKO over Neraoit JABBERWOCKMonday West Hollywood: Molasse 943 N.W. 2nd Ave.
.e. 4j of .. .cmesiesd at the Beauty Shop 3909 SW 20th st.
PRIVATE Sunday Feb. 29 at 3 o'clock U Phone FR 3-9368
uJ .a+ .nj c.J hc ;.bird round of a Feb. 29thB.
-_I.4.h INVESTIGATIONSResults the big day to bear the famous
..o..Uay, 116 of the Pal- T. W. Auditorium Martin Sinters. The place Is the
... w.do,4CtoA oat Bob Stround or you dont pay Dade County Auditorium 2901
&..,J wf .i.Na.sie4d in 1:46 cf the W. Flatter St. Advance admission
flr i reunJ of a 3-roundcr. ALL STATES $1.23 $1 JO at the door. r
Johnny HigMower, 127 of DETECTIVE BUREAU GRAY HAIR WANTEDMAN Patronlz this affair and beh
Homestead knocked cut Ray us to build a much Deeded blfffer I
24 Hour Service OR WOMAN ML Tabor.
Smith 130 of the Palace la 40
seconds New raw can l leek 20 yearrwR..e Mrs. A. L. Powell is chairman
of the 2nd round cf a 3rounder. 46 N.W. lat St.
of Ways and Means Committee
jack Sinatra 137 of the Palace Wrth "'.N.'. Newest Olscevery Rev. P. S. Brown pastor.
knocked cut Lee Rahraing, 162 FR 3-5769 EGYPTIAN POMADE
of Homestead in US of the second J30 Royal Twenty ClubThe
round. My ".dbys t. fr"y hair, with'
In an exhibition bout which new fragrant sematf with la.- Royal Twenty Women's CLIFFORD "Baby" COMBS
was not included in the contest. IIR. Apply simply as ye-wr regularhalrtfreealna. Club of Coconut Grove held Its PROPRIETORThe
Jersey Jte Ramos., 108 of Beth to* BEAUTY Oray hairs disappeargrsdwally. Initial meeting of the new year Finest Foods
horn Pa, Leaves hair eesMtlfwIly en Jan. 10 at the beautiful home
won a unanimous decision
over Charlie Powell IDS, New Duplex ..ft and lu tr4it. Will net streak of Mrs. Alveta Dickers of 3233 At Popular Prices
Miami in the second 3-rounder. Bedroocaa ... mb .-. NW 53rd st. with her mother Lunches SOc up
4 Spacious
Special. .".?. Return this. .4 with' Mrs Marie Allen entertaining. Half price for children
2 Tile Bathe In recognition of and In tributeto
RHitWftltMMNMIfFPSUFFERERS 2 Utility Room 1X00 fer full reewlta the tine and unselfish service, under 12
City Water EGYPTIAN PRODUCTS of the officers who led the Royal Complete soda fountain
Twenty's to a banner year,_they service
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.e..KAU. ,....aanama..... stun..ww M vt.,.a.La...... yom land *a a down Miami 38, Florida Mrs. Mart. Allen and Mr. andMrs. 7 ..... u 12 MldntUK
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....... .__40_.u_w..._ _,. '.' THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
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.-.ijt..M- Broward I SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1960 PAGE 11

.I. i

: jfi.(i .L County ; 3 find the answer In my remarkable -
/ Newsy specially prepared book of
-' 48 pages "1 Shall Not Want" You Do You Have a

.. I may also jet the Ancient Me- Drinking Problem?
r. seventh birthday, Jan. 11, 2 pja.
..:,txn 'i:" Walter Bewe at the home of his parents. ALCOHOLICS


." .:;;. _; ::Z2: N t The C. W. IL Chamber of Commerce The Deautkians Guild of West HELP YOU
meets at the Carver ).Iotell Hollywood and Hallandale will No dues or feet
Lounge Monday, Feb. 1 at 9 p.m.'sponsor a coffee hour at the homeof PHONE
By ALBERT W. COOKE All members are asked to be i Mrs. Ola Cooper ia Uallaa-
present. J. T. Dunn, president. dale Sunday from 830 p.m. until. FR 94)232
Toward Freedomb underneath fear of coninued
Stride ,,. living The guild will also sponsor a
Dr Martin Luther King U a book in a world that could never Fashion Show and dance at the OX 1-1278
which summarizes activity of be the aamev--Buried under the The South Broward Profrrs- Paradise Club In Liberia on Feb.S. .
the Negroes of Mcntgoery, Ala fear that is verbalized so well in lye Swings Club orfanUed Jan. Anyone Interested In modeling
during the popular boycott which toe scat "Old Man Riven" Tired' 11 at the home of James Si under Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe. 4444
took place in their dty. It tells of of living but scared of d7ma..AIRo7 on SW 26th ,t. and 40th are. lice SW 17th at. or call YU 1-8159.
the struggle for first-class dU- Csmpanella says -1\'. good Hyde Park. Officers elected were REDUCE! !
enship. This is said to be a chanting to be .alrveJ James Saunders president; Julius I
The and members of
pastor Trim elf unwanted Inches and
weld but the world doesn't These books together lorm a liawtins, vice president; Par- Greater Bethel
chanxe of Itself. It is people who tare collection, a price tuts col! nell Miller secretary, ; George take this method Baptist to thank Church everyone regain' the youthful figure yen
change. lection. For who can tell or figure desire.
Finder secretary;
who participated In their
the cost of the Negroes' past' WEIGHT CONTROL
Roosevelt (Buddy Walker trey Ii I 1
annual Woman's
"Crusader Without Violence"tells Day
and ? 1 POISE
present say the Negroce'I CHARM AND
of Dr. King and the Negro past because whether realise i surer; Walter A. Bowe, business making It a success both spiritually
people who backed him up it or not the things you that are manager; Jonas Lamar anutaat and financially. Specialthanks Call Mr*. Evelyn Tynea
this world' .1.01' business manager Cleo Glass \ the of the
keep' a changing I mentioned in these books were V speakers NA 1-0470 OX 1.9710
a world moving toward the day written on the pages of history chaplain; Leo Story and Edard day: Mrs Lemmle Mitchell Mrs.
when each man will feel his, with Negro blood being used cs' (Luke) Thompson of HalUtdale I JesUna Barr and Mrs. Julia Sapp. EASY METHOD SCHOOLOF
worth; when man shall know that) ink and the Negro body as the are members. Rev. R. L. Greenwich, pastor. CHARM ANDREDUCING

we are all cousins, since we arc pen which held that ink. The The second meeting was at the
all according: to the Bible related hands Mrhlch held that pea and home of Cleo Glass of SW 24lhst. 6888 N.W. 15th Are.
to the Mother and Father I used it to write the story of the
and 4tth a YI. On Jan. 27 they JJO
of the world Adam and ETC. JABBERWOCKMonday
himself and
hand was met at the home of George Pin.
As Christians w of our dreams will be fulfilled, his uncles his aunts, his nieces the meeting will be at the February 29
when Jesus comes or at least we his nephews his sisters and his I
T. W. Auditorium
will find peace when we die. lathe brother, since we are &U. according -I home of Walter Bowe. lB. Register Today!
meanwhile Its food to be to the Bible, the generations: The members of the Y. T. B. -
allvel' This is a book by 1\071 of Adam and Eve. Are you surprised for,
the community
Campanella who came so dose I' when i X say we are all cousins Club thank .........---- -
to death a man who attained I ? If you are. then there are helping them raise 19.25. They .
praise, honor and money' because I M more amazing facts about the had a fine program at Central r
of his ability to play a game Negro which you a Negro should Baptist Church. Boys who OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
baseball that he toted so much. know and can have la the book to join this dub may see Ralph
Just when he seemed to be ape called "One Hundred Amazing Eugene. Clark for Information at
prcachlng his peak In baseball' Facts About The Negro. 4114 SW 20th It., Carter Ranches. SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

fame that ability which enabled Speaking of IS million Negroes Thank you co-workers. PSYCHIC READER
him to attain success was taken and IS Billion Dollars use
leaving him only praise honor some of your wealth to help your John flows will celebrate his
and money, and this even buried cousin. Okay

740 N.W. 11th An...... Miami. FUrMa 4

Please. tend me (check yeur preference) All Things Ar. Possible- I I 4 ,
Fortune'Teller il
--Says \ I

CRUSADER WITHOUT VIOLENCE UJt <(< ) Are you facing difficult problems r

Money or job troubles? Unhappiness r
irs GOOD TO BE ALIVE 0 __ .
M- <(< ) ? Poor health? Drink? Love
troubles Would you,
100 AMAZING FACTS ABOUT THE NEGRO 11.11 ...,.. _.. ( >)> or like family more Success, Ilsp,;tness sod -

-Good Fortune" life? You may

I enclose CHECK .r MONEY ORDER fer t._..,.._.,.,,,, r
of pW. a4 protect yon throng,
Lee KipvrfeiM
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Return? 2. 9 and II and at Miami Senior r Remove evil Influence, U you are sick worried or la
High on Thursdays ran 4, 11 trouble
The Miami office of the Internal and IS. A class will also beat held
Revenue Service with the cooperation Southwest Miami High.: 1& will |.rftmU cUa4e.. this UifUd Medinarv Pant

of the Llnsey Hopkins -- \U, ttnrni.r-r tum. yearly Cur help said ftdfU. yea tyre ..
Adu Education Department will I If DOC. R. C. ANDERSON be toacSMil by this sttaag ami eterieu power
c ndact evening courses in the
preparation of income' tax returns ri Aft LLM SQUARl :usah. the beautiful Amulet, worn WHY CO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY
at several different Dad e : for Its religious sixnlflcsnce, coo The ...-.. Gud wb. deliteewd Mo..e .... the cblldre .f Israel.
County Schools. The RevenueService SWEET SHOP taming the Promise Cod made to of old U saW aUf today and will .... a way for |- t tfcroocfctft
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12 SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1960]I House of Albert. Richardson .

: DEATHS Mrs. Theresa Knowles of 3340 James clover 1379 NW 55th

Elizabeth St, died in JacksonMemorial Ten, died on Jan. 23. Funeral
Hospital, Jan. 23. She arrangements Incomplete.
' is survived by two da*titers,
CARDS MEMORIALS Range Mrs. Clossie Evans with whom Mrs. Evelena McGm. 2934 NW

she lived and Mrs. MyrtleKnowles 47th st, died In Jaskson Hospital
Mrs. Mattie .
Dudley of 1711 NW
of Jacksonville; one on Jan. 26. Funeral to be held
, 67th st, cued in Jackson Hospital granddaughter, Mrs. Ebbs Le- from the chapel en Jan. 29 at 2
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAL on Jan. 21. She is survived *
by zano 2 grandsons Carl and Julie p.m. with Rev. O. E. Turner of.fidatlng. -

ad, but taring memoryour of I In memory of our dear mother lake sister, Ailred Mrs. ,Sarah I.... Granam Funeral arrangements of Knowles; one foster daughter, Burial in Lincoln Park.George .
dear mother, and sister Mrs. F. L. Smith; two great
are at this time in-
MRS. CLARA GREENwho grandchildren and seven great.Beat Smith 14350 SW 272nd
departed this We Jan. 24, -- CQlQ grandchildren.A .L, died at home on Jan. 21.

1936. Funeral held on Jan. 30 at 1 p.m.
pioneer Mlamlan, having
We cannot say, and we will art L '" Mrs. Irene Places of 4701 NW lived her for 49 years she was frun the Church of God (18th and

say ..sl11a".. died in Jackson Memo* well known and was the wife of 2nd court) Burial will be In Ev-
That the is dead, + -fI ,sax Hospital on Jan. 22. bile J is the late John T. Knowles. ervreen Memorial Cemetery.'
She Is just away. ." ..uvi ftQ Dy a son high Taylor. Funeral services will be
Think of her still as the same u l'" tI oaugater, Mrs. Annie McU e, conducted Leon Harris, 605 NW 19th st,
we say, I -' ana several grand cftuoren. CnapelCervices Saturday. Jan. 30 at 2 died on Jan. 25 in Jackson Hospital
She is not dead, she is just away !< I will be conducted oninctay pm. at Beulah Baptist Church, Funeral arrangements arc
The Green Family '. "I' at 2 pjn. burial will be the pastor Rev. E. R. Ferguson, incomplete.Mrs. .

l' I aeid in .Evergreen Cemetery. officiating. She will lie In repose
\' .
". in her home from 5 pan. Friday Maude Geter. 2535 NW

CARD OF THANKSThe ,. "'".' ".'.'. ",. ...... WUbert Brewer of 444 NW 17th until funeral time. Interment will 159h: terrace died on Jan. 19.
r. ', .,'.' st 11 be in Evergreen Memorial Park. Funeral held from St. Agnes
family of .. ... )l apt died in Jaotatn inns
DANIEL R. DAMES SR. pita on Jan. 24. He is survived Episcopal Church on Monday,
take this method of expressingour ... ojr his: wwow, Ullie Mae. Cnapel Jan. 25 at 11 a.m. with burial in

sincere thanks and gratitude v .a arnica will be conducted on Jan ArtheU Duwayne Bennett the ,ncoln Cemetery. .

to the many friends for cards, : *u, at 4 PJQQ. it ey. Samuel Gay two and a half year old son of
telegrams, floral pieces and donations : :-!; .rul officiate. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett of Little Juanita Ckare. 1356B NW
of cars during our recent wil.I 6324 NW 26th 4th ave. died in Jackson on Jan...
t.' ,. avc, died in Jackson -
period of bereavement .,...,.. Memorial 24. Funeral held from the chapel
Qpecial thanks to Rev. L C. ... :: Mrs. Anna Ferguson of 790 SW the victim of a Hospital faiL Chapel, Jan.. er.23, Jan. 27.Seniors.
; 7th St. Dania. cued in Memorial
Mlcklns Mrs. .
Vergla Fetters, organist I vices were held Jan. 27, .4 p.m.1
'w.ww of
and the staff of the Francis HoUraood. on Jan. 25. Rev. Emory Jackson
; A. ane is survived by Her husband .
Funeral ,
Home for their courteous : Burial in Evergreen.Mrs. .
service. I den several MAS. Chapel services eoodLaCUnc.1 Funeral services for Joseph

Mrs. cestina Dames, wile MRS. BEATRICE DAVIS will be conducted on Jan. 3 0 at Smith of HonxBtead will be held

Wilfred Dames son who departed this life Jan. 23, 2 pun. liev. S. 1. Gay will officiate. Saturday Jan. 30 at 1 pm. in the
Daniel R. Dames Jr, son I Burial will be held in Lincoln Mary Lee Williams of 1918 Homestead chapel with the Rev.
Mrs. 1931.May Memorial Cemetery. NW 2nd Court died at her home .
Miriam Mackey DghL she rest In pace. I Jan. II C. McQueen officiating Mr.
Mrs. Marian McKinney, Dght Children: I I 20 following an extended Smith had been a resident ol
Harrison Learlean Mrs. Naomi Williams period of illness. She is survived Homestead
Strachan. nephew Hepburn erf 244 for the put 30 yean
Mrs. Amelia D. Allen, niece Robert Davis NW 18Ua st, apt. 3 died in 'I by her husband Jerry Williams; and .is survived by his wife and
William Davis aon Itovpitaj on Jan. 25 .Iack-j one daughter, Mrs. Mary E. two children.
IN MEMORIAMIn Leonard Davis survived by her husband, Oscar. Woodside and three grandchild
Katherine Cash Cnapel services will be conducted ren. Funeral services will be conducted Funeral servicesRobert'

tad but loving memory of i Bloneva Smith on wan. JO at 11 tarn warn run Saturday, Jan. 30 at 2 &md. a pioneer Mlamlan of
our mother and grandmother, I Virginia Fox sister Samuel Uay tTHH ng. burial in pm. at Mt Olivette Baptist 2159 NW 75th st, wiu oe held
HATTIE WASHINGTON swrgreen. Church, Rev. I. c. Micklns pas Jan. 30 at 3 pm. In the 46th st
who departed this life Jan, 1939. "N MEMORIAM r tor. SM will lie in repose in her chapelwith the Rev O. W. Fos
Gone but not forgotten. home from 6 pm. Friday until ter officiating. Mr. Barnes
May she rest In pesce. In memory of our darling sis Mrs. Gertrude Jennings of 2180 funeral time. Interment In Ever erly operated the form-
Nathaniel Washington Sr, ter, NW Stfih *t, died in Christian green. Shop in Liberty My Barber
City and is
ANNA H V4Ui on Jan. sur
son P. MITCHELL 26. She is sur vived by a daughter.
Nathaniel Washington Jr, who pasted Jan. 28, 1949. vived by her husband, William,
grandson Eleven years have passed dear seven aaunters, tarts sons bar Willie Barnes Jr, of 1622 NW Funeral
services' '
3th for
sister grandchildren, lour greatgrand, pace, died Jan. 19. Funeral George
Since God has called cnudrcn a sister six and burial arrangements are Incomplete of GcuMi who died
you home. brvtners. Jsn. 27 krill
IN be held
MEMORIAMIn To be with Him in heaven. Sue was sent to Mariana, wnere at this time. Cordele, Ga. lies Jan. 31 at

lid but loving memory erf Around the snow white throne. linai me ..ill be held. three sisters and brothers.survived by

our dear daughter, We often think of YOU. .h.n w*
-- n-- --
are aU alone. I John Carter of 1957 NW Srd Ivey Horton of 1479 NW 69th
For memory is the only thing ave, died at his residence on terrace died Jan. 23 while en- r
That grief can call Its own Jan. 27. Mr. Carter has lived in route to the hospital Funeral

,I God knows bow much we miss Miami for the past 35 years and services will be conducted in the RUPTUREEASERHARLEM
TOO. was one of the older deacons of chapel Jan. 30 at 430 with ,Ja
Never shall your memory fade St Luke Baptist. Cnurch. He is Elder William Atkins crffkiaUng.

Loving thoughts shall always I survived by his widow, Mayetta, He will lie in repose In the chapel M-eji
wander.To two daugnters, Mesdames Lain from 3 pan. Friday. Burial
the spot where you' were laid beth Waicr and Florence Van Evergreen. in
The Family Dyke two sons, Edward and N
Charles, a brother, three grandchildren W :S'4S;

: In AppreciationMy : funeral services will be infant Jackson, the baby =.:
conducted at St Luke Baptist daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lewis a
Zurich on Thunder.' .. f eh. a at Jackson erf 336 NW 11th terr died .:1-1 .::
dear friends. 3 pjn. Rev P. W. Williams -will in Jackson Memorial Hcvptui .. ..
YOU cant imagine bow much officiate. Jan. 20 and was laid to u- M
I rest Jan. ..
good your words of comfort did 26. -- .......Mma :r-.l::
us. It is In our hour of trial that Mrs. Anna- Batey erf 2111 Wilmington -- .. .... .... ...It .." ...... ......
II we appreciate the sympathy of St. Opa Locks, died in DRUG CO.

our bear kind friends It helped us to Jackson. Hospital on Jan. 27. She JABBERWOCK 1400 N.W. 3rd Avs, Miami, /I..
more patiently that which: is is survived by a daughter, Mrs.
01 sent us. Special thanks to
Richardson Mary Chambers five grandsonsand
service Mortuary for the adequate daughters. six great grand Monday, February 29 Your Vote is Needed
; rendered also Rev. John children. Funeral services are

?!{., : son Baptist and congregation of St John complete. B. T. W. Auditorium
Church. Register
.. :. We shall Indeed lA-I to Vote!
try to live in the hope that time I ---
r 1 1e 1i
MYRTLE INGRAUAM will ease the pain. Frank Thomas erf 214 NW

DELANCY I Assuring you of our deepcrt st, died at his. residence on .

who departed this life Jan. 18, appreciation of your sympathy, :a. Survivors include his widow
19S9, and was buried Feb. 5, We are gratefully yours. Mrs Florence Thomas a son
1959. Rev. A. J. Stewart Eddie a stepson, Frank Johnson jjy

Sweet memories of her still Rev. Leon Saunders ash of tastep u Johnson Photographers 2

lingers in our hearts. There la Alfred: Saunders son daughters, Mesdames Vashtl
a land of pure delight where Neville Saunders son Morris and Gladys Riley, twos t
saints immortal reign Infinite Freddy Saunders son aters. Funeral services are in

joys exclude the night and And Family complete.Paula .
pleasures banish pain" r
Lula Inxraham, mother Henderson, the eig&t- ,
John Ingraham father JABBERWOCKMonday month-old daughter of Mr. and .
Mrs. Herman Henderson of 7243
James Delancy husband
James Delaney Jr, son Feb. 29thB. NW 21st place was pronounced
dead on arrival at Jackson Hos-
Four T.
Sisters W.
two brothers AuditoriumIt
natal on Jan. 23. Chanel services 7 -. ....- I,
were conducted QD- Thursday }; JH.JaI
morning. &_ ._ _'" _
Is our aim to render a conscientious service. Iim
Larry Johnson the 2-year-old Letcarna.h.s Ott 11151.02 IU4Jt
Reasonable in price and satisfactory in detail
every son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson aw..a Atlas.......o. .
of 630 West 24th St. Hla- 0.., a.. ,. aEaW..........., DAA..
leah, died in Jackson on Jan. 23. I

He was sent tola1d1aD. Miss. .
where burial will be held.

Beatrice Elaine Davis the 19-
month-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Davis died on Jan.
29. Chapel services were conductad -

on Thursday morning '...1iLp$. w1, "T d M+ w ..h' ,


In lad but loving memory of
our deu husband son and broth.er -
MORTICIANS who departed' this life Jan. 30.
I 1934.,
I 334 N.W. I0th Street Phony FR 17679Miami. Gone but not forgotten. May ''JNf ftAif

I Fie/Ida i.. L. RICHARDSON. JR, OWMIR he rest in pesce. e i r t \ l STia C AUCTT, Fuawal Orator
The BalD
UC JtW Jiti AM

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A_ __ -- SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1960 PAGE 13

r! !!"!J! I 1:1: REAUTY 6

Open Sunday 2 p.m.

OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. 1866 N.W. 152nd Ter.

and ...

1789 N.W. 155th StOp ..

Only. $795 down and more r
b right into these brand new .
r 1 cENTERwreesew.ScO4 3-bedroom CBS hornet, .. LEGAL NOTICE
PAT BOOM loaded with built in extras. NOTICE UNDIR"P'ICTITaTOUI
NAME LAW unfurnished' e a e.
doting Chelce corner
JAMES 1YUKQ |. One mortgage no Notke Is hereby given that t htundenifned bedroom ap.rt".tAdultl
cost Balance like rent detlrinf to engage Only'
Don't mitt these. in business under the fictitious Extra large living' dining' r..,,1Oak
L-COCO* by DC LUXE Sitttomowc sc.. =- --- name of CRADYS SERVICE FI.... picture Window
STATION. BODY AND FENDERSHOP. Extra Large Cl.eta AppHsncea
$795 Down 841 N.W.1Oth SL Miami

Shown only at 9 p.m. Open Sunday 2 to 6 p... Florida aid name intend with the to register Clerk of t the he ORCHARD VILLA PATIO.

3099 N.W. 58th St., Circuit' Court of Dade County APTS.

PLUS Lovely a a w 3.bedroottthomes Fla\Orady. 'V. Gipeon, owner 5815 N.W. 12th Ave.

on large corner lot. See Caretaker Apt. 7
1 ttAatts+0 ,xotxxto NG rv" ate Balance like rent. EZ terms,



,I DUPLEX I Notice Is hereby firm: that theundersigned after 7 pm. at nightSAILSM1'1
to enfateIn
desirlnf WOMEN to .n
; Only 4 years new, com business under the fictitious or morning. Mon.day .
Sl'JV1CZ. \ a OIlaDn'S. :
furnished. On huge name of PARKER CITIES NW 22adare.
,,F2 IA4 : pletely 3199 N.W. 46th St, and thru Friday. 3749
; DT 60 129 lot. Good income. 7500 N.W 22nd Are, Miami Fla. .
Drive by 31113115 NW intends to register the said name Investors!
56th St. .then call ut for Flynn the Clerk of the Circuit Attention
0of I termt. Do it now) Court of Dade County Florida. 3 lots total size 120x133,
Ij Ij j t .- Willie Parker owner F20 also large house. Zoning .1-

Honeymoon Bungalow lows 6 more unit, open for
j FOR SALE inspection Sunday Jan. 30
j $495 Down 6Ut St
3045 NW
$too DOWN bur new enshmM
I ILOREN.HUNTER.WAA .$75 month pays aiL Lovely In carver I DC.tws. Many
I Furnished home on large, extra Total price 112.800. Hurry Job Opportunity
r.H as.rmr .sDE : only 2 ML Valek and Valrtc
.....__. fenced in yard. Why payrent 1007 NW 119th St Clerk 1
........... _...._- ::.-.. ? See this today. MU Real 5-1322 Estate J10 LIme PUnt OpertorConsmunkatiau Technician

--- -- -- 1418 Policeman[
BY OWNER. $1.000 flown
Shown at 7 and 11 1 CASH FOR YOUR LOT NW .lOth *L Two house en one Steno ClerkCommunlratlona
t :::.=::.cI:: lot. Total IIO, 50. NE 4-eilS. Operator
For Information call OX I Cashier (male)
SUN.. MON., TUES., WED.. THURS. 74456 2S3 NW 79th SL tirlee.IJJ or rn 2-1&24. :Switchboard Operator
Account' Clerk
SEVEN ROOM frame hnoa. SO58 I Carpenter" ForesnStenogruthera
NW 59th at. Florida room. stove and Typists
r SPECIALChurch and to/Tttv rstor, Call NA 1.0'111before re further Infennatlen un Mr.
r 1 daQy. nOm Whittler ef the Urban League,
Property For Sale PR ,..41..

SfMNC Tl UfE r Very detirable location : Electric store, like new.
NE 5-19M.

FMM THE PACES If CALL HARRY DINKY LOVELY-S-bedroora h o m for+ Homes For Sale

r THE NKftY KST-SaiDU r I Call! PL 7-8250 aale.Corner Near lot 10th 73 x are.107.and low 60th down It Newly Decorated

I REALTY For further information CBS
LOWRIE payment
Tai M00 N i4*A01M1
fCNIII contact Mr Johnson. 1024 NW 1490 N.W. 17th SL
..- Realtor 60th at.. phone Ft. 40792. Open SaL and Sun.
A home. Last one la
See this nice
TU 71536
FOR RENT thla nice section 9 brdroom on
corner' let Low terms.
City Call PL 7-1907. F6FURNISHED Day NurseryXindergartevt
ROOMS. All mod- Price reduced." Owner wants
tw :nr.a..w.ocra era convenience near downtown offer. Must be sold now. Call
call FR 3-8327 or deal now.
SUNDAY parking me on this for a good
TARTS apply 721 NW 6th are. Fully equipped and ready to

Suddenly Last Summer FURNISHED Efficiency. None make money

KTidWt t111U*ftarer WHli IlUabatH TayUrriua better. All utilities Near but, Only $795 Down
a ct JEf flate..oweaeae..sr..I ahoppinc 4190 NW 32nd *re.1BEDROOM Very
Now NW 5 th st area.
Children welcome. nice 2-bedrcom. with Florida
s..e er,oMa pr.e Hell Bound Near bus. .cho>rl. Good room Could be used M third
: I With Jahn R..... tenant only 4190 NW 32nd aye bedroom, Near bus and schools.
.a>NOT w A no TOTALS r
MODERN furnished room with Call! E. Harry DennyPL
t private bath and kitchen.. Call 7-8250

-pws-- Air C..i tl.n.d OX _1-4S64. LOWRIE REALTYTU

CAPITOLTHEATRE ROOM 1n the heart of Liberty 7-1538
t City 1929 NW 67th ct OX 1.1690.2BROOM .

I irnsig =y4 RTobf..ppn t APT Furnished or
SAT. MIDNITE unfurnished. All modern. Adults.

4uCov 4 "1 P4o& JAN.SUN 11.MON.PEB.TUCS 12 Terr.ROOM Phone. MU 10323. 729 NW 53th I Look! Look! Look!

tomeGl rtuult ....tut ataRUa Wonderful Country Wouldn't yeu like.. te live In an
ass ? lM.... PI... Furnished *r unfurnished. tmetphere .f q..let"...: a ".Ih.
.1W a
.... 3141 NW Mrd SL Everett2BEDROOM b.rh..d net cenQettetf. where
Wreck of Th. Mary
disturb yul
tenant will net
Deare HOUSE also 1bedroom -
C..,... house. Newly painted. Rev. Bowie has a ", ed.'". .....
at .. .... at
I Rent rer+enabie. Call Saturday and clean 1 dr m
2260: NW 62nd ct MU 13740. 1191 NW tat court at 911 per
STARTS FRIDAY IIIIi i *..!(. See Rtv. S. H. 0.wi.s er
AIR CONDITIONED FURNISHED 1-bedroom house call PR 7.4IS4.
2351 NW 38th ft Call NE 3-1938

BUNCHE RENT OR LEASE. S-bedroom NICE ROOMS for nice people.Use's .
THEMIRACLE THEATRE OPA LOC SUN THRU TUES. NE 43703. ave. Opa t..o.ka. phone
FanUetlc Amaslnfll MU 1-3819. $1-0 single l $10
choice 2-bedroom
Journey To The Center apt with strrve and refr*.eratAr double.
Of The Earth Bus No 24 pas e.. door, 2943 NW
James Mason sad 48th .t FR 9-3376.' tUNBRIGHT UPHOLSTERY
Pat B*.... WORK
PLUSTeenage CHOICE APT One 2bdroomaot of furniture.
We cover types
downstairs. 426 NW 13th It.
Bad Girl 1449 NW 3rd Ave, FR 7-1239.
Yard ,rr"losed. Free water Cal, w.. nfSV

... '!''C""" 1r"1:1": :'1r:.:lit ri[ ii :!'E': !IiiIL':_1 i I OX 13494. F6


Why An Unmarried


Rev Robert D.Grandhr' reason being that the Catholic
Holy Redeemer Ctivrcli priest Is not prevented by human
1101 NW 71tt ttreet I ties from giving himself up
Gucrert wholly to his work. In times of
to The priest If required to ob- pestilence the rood shepherd

me serve celibacy especially tor two must be ready to lay down his
reasons: (1) to imitate Christ life In order to minister to the
\ more closely and attain to higher spiritual wants of his sheep.' The
perfection: and (2) to lift his unmarried driest, with no one
undivided attention to the work I dependent on him does this
of God and of souls. readily. Even lepers have souls

I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I I ANTIOCH BAPTIST Christ would bar a virus aDd must be ministered unto buswho
mother; His pi ecu*soft Jofcn the other than a Catholic priest
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1960 Rev. O. L. Hicks, Associate pastor Baptist, whom H. eulogized to ever" sacrifices. himself for them
M. T. Copeland reporter
unmarried His most Hence whilst the Bible does
-- highly was : ,
____ ISG
Sunday Schocl _____ _
beloved apostle was "the virgin not ay In so many words:
ST. JAMES A. M. E. EBENEZER METHODIST Mc-ninc Worship ......... 11:00 53' disciple! : virgins aw representedRev. "Priests are not permitted to

Rev. If. McNeil Harris pastor Rev Aaron D Hail p. tnrErnestine B.Evening T. U.Worship ............... ,:01 ( XXX, 4, 5) as following the martyr" It exalts virginity over
Mrs. Side F. Dean, reporter L. Hambrtck. reporter Lamb; saint Paul the model marriage for those who can

Sunday School fJO Sunday School ..... f Jl I Services will follow the usual I II apostle who bide us "Be Imitators faithfally observe' It: mcftOIt
Morning Worship 1I.-00 Morning service ............ Il.tK: I procedure. Deacon board In charge'' of me u I am of Christ" remained counsels it especially for those

A. C. E. League .............. SJO Evening service _____.. ._ 7-w. i of prayer services throughout lot unmarried and be tellsus who are occupied with the thingsof .
Evening W&rship ,., --- ,:00 The man who walks with, ,day The choirs and usher boards (I Cor VII 7-c.) that he would the Lord.
God always knows In whit dlrec-j g at their pest of duties. The speak hare us Imitate him In this par drunkenness
Sunday Jan. 31 will be observed lien he is going.' f as Missionary Da,. The Sunday I Love Feast will be held during' i be Rev. C B. Brown of Miami. says: "And everyone thai bath which is preferable, total
moderate un'EYet''ODe
School will meet at the usual ; the morning worship on Sunday.! The Missionary Society Is sponsoring forsaken houses or brethren, or abstinence will or answer total abstinence -

hour. The pastor urges you to be present ; a musical program at the sisters or father, or mother or
Promptly! at 11 ajn. the fervict' Clan leaders will have ,evening services. Let us all coot wife or children or lands forM

will begin. The choir renderingsoul charge of class meeting on Tues- ,out to hear both affairs. name's sake shall receive a Listen to what Impartial and
spDealin? music.! deliver Rev. H. day night i, Thinks to Rev. O. L. Hicks for hundred fold, and shall Inherit Informed men like Maitlaad
will themessage.
McNeil Harris
Use of The Calender Rally |II now on,1 ;his inspiring messages on last everlasting life. In the same (Protestant have to say:
Subjt'dThe Every member cf the church Is Sunday.We charter" V 12. recoelinlende: '
Power. asked to contribute toward the virginity to MrftCADd there "It appears to be the testimony
the of are
The evening' service will be in appreciate presence I of history that the monks and
rally. Please remember to support eunuchs who haw made them
,our visiting. ministers and other
Gibson Mls-
charge of the Iran and
the captain who represent visitors selves eunuch for the kingdomof clergy were In all times
denary Society of the Church. the month you were born. herren't take Ho that Is able places better than other people"Is
Title of the prorram.Gueu j On the first Sunday In Febrn-
Who We Are. And Our Pasa You are urged to pray for and are the Rev. Steveson of Georgiawill to receive' "! It; let him receive It." your unmarried brother or
Names. | visit the sick. They are: Sisters be with us again for an day. Mow; wile should follow thismnnmendetlots maiden sister necessarily un-
Anna Smith 2501 NW 55th Ter, i if net the clergy' chaste Is every widower or
At the 11 am. service we will He will also conduct' services for
Maud Ingram. 1481 NW 8th court i 1'' denominated' other widow? Is every man or woman
hive as our guest the frlncipil Monday thru Wednesday nights. Chi
Helen C. Brunch Jackson Memorial t months is
who for a few away
and faculty of the Pomciina Park We know you want to bear him
Hospital: Prescola Thompson husband wife If not.
Elementary School se be present CAHOOT stwvt TWO' tram or
A most cordial invitation is I960 NW 5th court: Lillie M. I MAfTIRSThe then how much easier for one to
extended to strangers and friends Thomas Jackson Hospital.St. live chastely who has comecrat-'

to worship with us this Lord's MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev tame Paul assort tit that ed his life to God by vow; for
Day. John's of The Nazarene a married clergy cannot be wholly him who from purely spiritual
E. M Thomas, pastor occupied with God and the work motives tikes his step Her yearsof "
1476 N.W. Mth Terrace Phyllis Myers reporter"\ of saving souls "But T would reflection and training; for

MT. SINAI BAPTISTD. Lawrence Reddick pastor Sunday School tHS have you without II tJrttu *. He him who knowing that he is not
Frank Bryant, Associate Morning Worship 110 that Is unmarried careth for the allowed to marry puts the matter

B, reporter Sunday School ....,?,.,,?--.L, 10-00 I B. T U. __-____-_______, 5:2.Ewn'n : thlnn that belong t, the Lord. entirely' out cf his mind and does
Rev S. A. Thomas, pastor Morning worship ______ 11:00 Worship ... 70 how he may pleas the Lord: buth not voluntarily permit his
Sunday School ............ tW Evanvriistie service ... ,__._.. 2-00 that It married careth for the thovrhts to be orcuoled with the
Morning worship T 11:00 Sunday Jan. 31 win begin a 2 Sunday morning we had a visiting thlrrf that are of the world, how Idea for even an Instant.
weeks rally at the St. John's mnlter.! Rev. Bell his text I.... men' plee.e his wife. (I Cor.
Even though the weather on. Church of the Nazarene' for the was Psalm "-41 and his subjectwas I VTTc 22 \ Whilst the words of St.Nu1. CATHOLIC LAITY CENSORSOF '
last Sunday was scsnewhat disagreeably benefit of assisting the pastor and "Yc O'jght to R mt'mber.It .- "A HMioo should be a man CLERICAL INTEGRITYThe
cold for some of us tile lay delegates to the annual was a veil good and Inspiring of one wit." ar. sometime' quote
yet there was a creditable crowd i Dlsrtlct Assembly which will be sermon and I am sure that the .4 In suuwet ft a married" tnrr.th. Catholic laity knowing the
out for service! displaying to ourselves held at the Nazarene Bible Institute congregation' enjoyed It. ..., rarm"t' have that meaning flbMratlcn of their clergy are
that there is virtue in at Institute West' Va. I I Sunday night our pastor care fc"'"* use th's yen' St. Paul was a keen' to ob'er** hit conduct |In I
faithful loyal contrite efforts The ocenint service will be at I before us .with a short but Inspiring b'.ho ot and vet' he wat wt marHe this respect For hIm moral la.-! i
made in regards to service for the ':45 p.m. services" with the mermen. *,. The aDoatle meaning ta- iety would be not only a serious

The Master. I Grace Presbyterian Church. Our irk ani shut-Ins are Sis. that any man who was married sin.! but also a 11m"".

We hope that since the addltloa Erie Williams. Sis. Dartln and tener th.n once could' not be- Fathers mothers children the
of some now officers and retain CHURCH OPEN DOOR Bro. Winfield. We are praying for e....'ie a b's Y I. Nuns and S'sten.! all e1i,*t In

in* some of the same the BTU It Is a rare coincidence' that another .'I all of you to have a speedy' recover A f'h"A ew" "'a"" ae<> thertediratlon the Church' know this' Hence' In
will develop more momentum in distinguished father and and that all the membersand r..... ,.f .i T..hrr a'l their dwMnn! with they

Interest activity etc. In the organization. mother are visiting one of our friends go to see them. .'wt "-,,,.. Christ ..,.. eH fbe..., priests. at the chnrch. In the
We are very pleased members. The Dr. Gordon Potent Visitors are always welcometo ". .t I...." the r-"fM9t'.hmfOftt fit confessional It they horn** h*
to have Mrs. Bessie Bethune as father of cur own Mrs. Nlda Selesand come and worship with us at ew4 ..,. a tntrd'Met for the la'tv are watchful censors of his
the director of the BTU succeeding he will be our guest preacher .I, any time. ...-..,-haM th. s.w.er.. had to conduct
Henry Lurry who served In Sunday The name Poteat .'e.... an t"'n..- Celtbscv! It I

that capacity for two years. Let (Gordon and Williams) is great a'... T.wr t 1w Heb. V 1: 'Toye I I I And yet wh-n some plitfis" cr
us give her our cooperation' as ly revered in missionary, the.,. I .-v ht hrv'M Nk n fem pulpit prevaricator tells them
near as possible. We are glad t9 logical and church circles. Dr. WeE A Cu'mer "..1M .", h ,.,......".,. f"., ... that Catholic p w V b Heve th fr
welcome all of the officers but I, tht'r'i ......htf1t te no-t H.MeeM
Poteat has
In do
turn been a misftonary Mrs !S II Dawkins. reporter' .1 I priest can no wren er-
pace and time will not allow met b.Mn.e t" ,,,.
in China oee&eAM t.ln! '. will swallow the
theological : fft'
sem tundn: School ___.. .,....... 9K
name them.BROWNSVILLE. inary professor and university Morning worship 1100 .ftff rot 'ft a f"mnv' thee whde putrid thn! with evMnt
professor and of ... .f wh4.* re.". #...'ianA. eon-1' ntisfaC"tl"n! the ilftxHhrrbrainto's
pastor the FvefHnt: w 'rhlo ....... ':Jt |I Are
Tourist?? Congroatlon Church in I 1a."ab4 of his time and attenNerr. ? If not what It the nature
BAPTIST Daytcna Beach. Of particular In. Sunday School was opened by of their moral disease
terest Is the fact that he spear the sunerintendent. Mrs. W. Worthy ......*..,.., Rt...tWY
2749 N W. 49th Street headed the Integration of Negro I I After devotion classes took ....."... MORE IFrfCICHTrvtet On the day of Judgment G>f
Rev. E D Richardson pastor and white ministerial! alliances Ini their respective' places with their belo the deceivers: but.. to
Annie Pratt reporter Daytona Beach Her him Sunday! tethers.Mornlnf. those who are bUndfrMH' deceived .
Sunday School I ........-,??-,,.. 93( you will be blessed. I I worship was led by Eaw+.nr. rMw'raweate. what bv them we c'n b'i repeat .
Mernlng worship __ 11:00 The annual meetinc of the'church the pastor! The Rev Rahming! delivered --- ... t". htot-! the worrit' nf our Lord uoon'
I to- ........ ....t., .. i
was heM last Wednesdav the sermon. Number 2 ei, u".tT4. the crotst "Father forger them
We are having a barbecue sale at the home j ''p1..' I. t.hr d tft ler to I "
of Mrs. Ann Lmdsey;,I: choir rendered music with Mrm. rrn+ I for tb.know not what they do.
help a good cause. where all officers for the year Ida McKinney at the organ and ""rCMt r'a.",,". tnr-4n m"1nn. I
Saturday evening. Come cut and yore elected and reports of I No 1 ushers served. sty W''I'1r' h fur m.e rueee.ifd' We Invite all who know children .
Our shut ins! are Rev. Orange I than non-dthollc. the attending the Catholic schools
year given. The evening' devotion was led principal
.1 I I
and Bra Prince Hill. bY the pastor Ite preached from to ask them to describe' the different 1
prie.-ti whom they know.It I
MT. !
HERMON A. M. En.y M'cah 7:7 thf'me.nt'M Great FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
Restorations. The Mate chorus is certain that the will speakof ,
Rev W T Thomas pastor Pamnl 01,. pastor I I tuml'hf'ft' music with their organist R.. C J "........ ...fW' them in the blh.tms.! 1
14SO NW 59th Street Sunday School ..._.. 030: Mrs U Higrs at the or- rf.w.*.. WTIaoa. reporter" Their work for the silvati-m of
Phone OX 1-6493 Morning worship .....,_____ ll-0 fun No. 2 ushers served. ......... 1 ... souls and spreading of Chrlsr.Kin. tl
Sunday School 830: Evenln: worwhlp ... ......_ 7 00 Visitors are always welcome at w._.. w.-.".,. iM" ....,." will be narrated. In. s
Morning worship _______ 11.0CCvemin : Publicity Commute' our church Wp are praying far .-... .-....-.- I Q1riff' ft>m your CathoHc friends {

worship w.______ 730 Buy time win be experienced our sick and < and successful pastor this Sunday at Mt Hermon. Rev. I The public is cordially mvitH" PMT' "** "d rfnrt to also thote the Catholic Church sends to
Come and hear a gospel preacher Emma Watson pastor of Melber- to attend our General Conference **ut of town. minister to their spiritual needs."
tha Gregg Mission will be ourspeaker which convenes Feb. 24.2$. They will report In lownrt I

for the Missionary on "rmi about the 1 !sacr1fce! of
WALKER TEMPLE Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday is also! "CT tratTA11IANn the men of God who serve In i
Youth Day at Mt Hermon. efs TEMPLE BAPTIST c:........ .Ie" 11 a medal' their churches. Finally look to
(Church of God in Christ) all come out and .'"+Me ,*f
enjoy a day of Rev L. A, Thoingacn, pastor r *nrton! Wile wwin the newspapers' and radio for accounts !
1789 N.W.
69th Terr. servicewith .... ..
--e '
our young people. at the 11 of
heroism cf \
Minister S. McIntyre, reporter Gn lav School ______ __ fc>34 '
The second m 0 "T'IIt' tTftitarltft priests in f
Elder J. J. James' anniversary program u"r'ing worship _..... 11NI : assisting dying and
pastor of Usher Board r'hnrclI 4* KW: ?*.S road and needy souls.
No. 1 win RTU ....._ Bit All of these proof I
Sunday School _...,.,.....,. 10:00 's-t ..'
Noon Service ._..__? 1:00 preaching.began Thursday night with I rvpnln wonhlo ,,,............. Tt ,,."' ... w I-.U >T-M h.M at for fclS in open' will lead one to recall the words
Friday night new of Jesus
YPWW .._._._._ 630 a musical ...... mem11SJ "You have not chosen I
Service pru ram with various groups will The Goodwill Social and Savin h.r f'l'ed. at the PI'f'II',. Me but I have chosen ,ou.- .
Evening _______.. 8:00 be rendered for the evening tervice ? e< Club will celebrate Its 15thAnniversary .-. Riviera Drive Coral For more mfomition write b i

The chorus revival was held on Sunday at 2 p m. ending with a program at "'... Box 47-7S7 Miami or call ,
the Ushers activities You will be T 'rnnle Sunday at 330 pjn. ThepuhMc ""*.t "ww"rr,. th. R... Robert PI. '-23". Catholics' usually
last Sunday and we had a very the guest' of a very short but !is Invited. err a,- -in -.1r >nc th. lab'bt Billing to are I
good time. We were highly favored interesting in The 4_' answer any questions
program conclusion Missionary Society Mrs. mnc In II""r. their non Cathedfc f
to hive our pastor with us. with plenty! of refreshments Florence Ht>urn. president is **-n" Mr r.".., .... ."""' A rrd brethren ask. j
One of our special commissioners to serve you. 1 ff'hH"lnThe First Fruits" a t'W'tO tt the le dlw' wrench novel.S. i
(Bithop A. B. MrEwen) brought We were very pleased! to have par' which the women will pre- ... and was a Nobel Prize winner
forth a wonderful mess-re.' Music Mrs. Christina Klrkland and her ert at an ashy date. MT. ZION A. M. E.

department Sister Croford. She two daufhters. Lucerne and Sur-dav services win be as usual 't...- to.t.1 a..tftt'f'I C>-nmft. 22nd Ave.. Corner ISJnd St I
brought exceptionally good instruction Hawl back to this fair city from with the Joint! choir singing.! .... N ennn..hty a etmM1'-tbatf1' Opa Locka I
to the field of music. Germany. i Sundhv past everyone' was dad "..... "n Nt ft M.mh ri ..railm RC J Jenkins. t I
We Invite you to come: to our We had five new members' who t" tee M's Rosa Taylor and Mrs. .*. at th. r.MVU ht Inn tnt sundae. School l ..__pastor i-l*) I
annual chorus convention' which Joined' last Sunday morning. Remember *ten Wallace attending service. w*VM. at frt"
and Neon' '
M'rnlng I
Worship ........ 1HW
is to be held at Miami Temple ,,
the sick and ,.
the shut They were oa the sick: list for a Coconut Grort Playbous it League 3-00 t
the 5th Sunday of this mootfe. las.
oa hw weeks. I" 8:30
p.m. Evening Worship "... 7:00 t 4


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In-Around The Bahamas Bethel Miami was AME strnally Church honored! SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1960 PACE 18

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recently with the presence of II
-- By A. H. McKENZIE ___ three distinguished bishops of the I caught more than enough for BAHA'I ASSEMBLYA

AME Church one of whom lives' dinner. Like the well known
in the city and the other two nursery' rhyme, "Little Tommy special conference for the

Theophilus McQuay, 85, died vices were held on Monday. Mr., were visitors. Tucker Sung Fir His Supper," the Bahals of the South Atlantic
on January 3. Funeral services Fife was an ardent ehUJ"CbrMn.and The visiting prelate rwere: The party fished for its dinner, and states will be held Sunday, Jan.
were held Jan. 10 at St. Mary's I was catechist of the local Rt. Rev and Mrs. George W.. was very successful. The expedition 31 from 11 am. to 4 pm. in the
Church Canon E. W. G. Holmes Anglican Church' far more than Baber, and the Rt Rev E I* was an altogether delightful banquet room of the Park Lane
officiating.Mr. 50 years. Hickman. Bishop Baber presides I experience. Cafeteria. 2155 SW 22nd It. Mr.

Mitchell' Knowles 18, was the over the First Episcopal District I Curtis Kelsey, noted' Bahal lecturer -
McQuay is survived by first traffic fatality for the year. and Bishop Hickman over the DINED AT MIAMI'SINTERNATIONAL who Is a member of the
three daughters: Mrs. Agnes Seymour AIRPORTOn auxiliary board of the Hand of
On the night c< January 6 he was thirteenth. Both Bishops were
of Miami: Mrs. Maurice the driver of a IHS Ford that the housegucsts of the Rt. Rev.I Cause, will officiate.
and Mrs. Saturday, Jan. 9. Dr. and
Brice Mary Thurston of
and Mrs. W. F. Ball of 1274 NW
rum "terrific
was soing at a
Nassau; one son George, three Mrs. Cousin and Dr. and Mrs. G.I II The conference .Is sponsored' by
the 35th T BaU presidesover
It failed make
spf'edthat to rr. Bishop
sisters in Nassau, one brother In 'I W. Slawklnc Invited' Bishop and the National Spiritual Assemblyof
turn at South Beach tore 17th and 18th Episcopal
the United States; 10 grand Mrs.. Baler and Bishop and Mrs. the Bahal of U. S. to review
children. 20 freat-grand children through brush and rooted up a Districts. I Ball to dinner at Miami's famous the remaining' requirements' of
large casuarina tree, then rolled The Miami Weatherman cooper .
and a hest of other relatives. He International AIrport. The group I establishing new local spiritual
was well known ,and was a favorite over several' times. Knowles' body ated' very nicely In providing dined In the Hawalan Room. This f assemblies throughout the Western
was crushed and the car was a beautiful weather during the time
coachman' to American tourIsts room is CoM of the most beautiful Hemlrpher for establishingthe
total wreck. that the visitors In the Miami
in past years. I were spot* to be found anrwhere. Unlvenal' Hou.e of Justice at
Seventeen-year-old Allan Stew The sunshinewas
area. balmy It actually defies description. the conclusion! of the Bahal tea-
Mrs. Agra! Seymour and her art was tra:ped in the rear seat a welcome relief from the spiritual crusade ending la
husband came from Miami to at* with: his foot caught by the door icy frigid blasts of the north year 1M3.
tend the funeral. which rested" cn the with which they had long been FRANK C. MARTIN ELEM.
Rudolph{ Gomez 17, ITOUnd'l accustomed.'
of the wreck' without a I '
The Martin PTA met Monday NOTICEThere
Me struggled! back to the
Jan 4, Mrs. Freeman and
Mice! Mice! Mice! Errol "Mice"Neymour.
and flared a taxi driver for help.
who escaped from a Bishop Baber. who Is quite a her committee did a wonderful will be a church mem-

prison work crew since last July Nassau East to the name of al fishing enthusiast as w Q as a Job preparing the Christmas par hershin m"'"etlnt on Sunday JanII -

was caught last week. He was Involved near subdivision being developed I YIn i fisherman of no small ability, ty for the children. at St. PeterH A. c. O. Cathedral
in an auto accident when New Providence by World persuaded Bishops Hickman and You wont want to mhs the after the II am. mass Archbishop
he was knocked unconscious. He Developers Limited. It b about Ball to accompany him on a fish "Parents' en Parade" talent show Richard Grant Dean Rev
was taken to the Princess Mar four miles east of Nassau and )Inc expedition !which wax ar- Friday ni'ht Jan. 29 at 8 pm.Admission Canon Charles F Cooper, rooter
garet Hospital by Vincent Mar sites ranred by Dr S. A. Cousin pastor : Adults, advance 7Sc. Mrs. Vera A, Wilson secretary.' '
will have nine apartment ,
Dnnr Sift). Junior and senior
Greater Bethel and the
tin. When he regained consciousness 310 residential sites and 12 business nf endorsed JJO
he found as his "guardian. sites Reads water andelectricity candidate of Florida for hlrh students 50 c. Elementary.25c .
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angel**-.a poIt Mr Herbert Ammona is
Conference which meets' In
I company according to plans and Lr>t Angeles, CaL a nOT Scout Troop. Let's JABBERWOCK
places will be fold on the basisof I him for this Is badly
Dr Cousin aided by Mrs. T C. support
Fred MeuHrfe' has retired' from a quarter down and the bal.antce I i
Kelley, wife of Dr. T. C. Kelky, needed In Richmond Heights.We Monday, February 29
the Bahamas HectrlcKy erporatk in three years. ,II I pastor of St Paul AME Church I wish to thardc the manager'

>n after 40 years of faithful 4 I i of Coconut Grove, took the party nf 7-11 Food Store for giving fruit B. T. W. Auditorium

service. Mr MouMrte carries with" HOLY REDEEMERi, In cars to one of the famous for the Christmas party.
him an' outstanding<< record' as a i I I
Florida Keys where fished'
Mass 7 and 10 (Sundays) they -
senior officer of the department

and was paid hlrh tribute. I Novena Baettem b? Appointment 730: (Wed. night)|I I'Tavernler from the celebrated The' party' bridge included at I ,. .,... .", .. -. .;;.. h .......... -

Bishop and Mrs. Baber. Bishop
Mr L B. Johnson has returnedto Information Class 8 pm. In (I II
School All are invited itkkn an. Bishop and Mrs. FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE
the Bench as Acting 'blU-I Is welcome' at Holy I'Dr Cousin and Mrs. Kelley.
trite during the vacation of Mr. I Everyone naIJ.1 I
Redeemer For Information call I The party caught a very
E. P St. Gcorfc. while Mr M J
collection of
fish. The
ThrmoKon" Senior Marlstrate. PL 9-JS89. I
resumes I somewhat reluctant! to state Just OF MIAMIDinners I
the of General JOHNSON
pot I
All are cordially Invited U> attend who was the champion fishermanIn
I (acting.)
our Instruction class on Friday the /roup. However It an be

The Crippled Children night at 8 o'clock Father said that the prelate of a certain
Robert DeOrandis will deliver a)) Northwestern district caught a I
mlttee macnificient drive for the raffle of a I lecture en the Catholic Church\ goodly number of fish. Be that Parties Weddings Passport
riven AlexisNihon
car by There lectures" are merely for the as It may, the party as a whole
., got on trod start two
a ,
weeks ago This is the third car. sake of Information and understanding Home Movies Baby Pictures a Specialty
and there is no obligation
he has offered for such a worthy
of Holy Redeemer
cause.' The first was a Pontiac, children asked to: 17th Street FR 72294UNIFORMS
the second a Dodge, and this School are 409 N.W.
be present at these Informative i
year it is an Imperial Chrysler
sessions so that they will be bett -, LOVELYHONES
ed- ""'t""r"u, -: .A __4. > ..
r enabled to understand the
MIMrn WHHam charred' with ..
U1IIt'on of their children.Special -- -
po'!rung materials for counterfeitlnc -
and with eminterfHtinf S literature. will be sent
pound notes ($1400) and Eugene' free of charre' to anyone wh
Russell, charted with possessionand would desire to know more about
counterfeiting' such reeks,I I the brltafs and morals of Catho I
were convicted" and sentenced In lics. Just send a card to Information.

the Supreme Court on Jan. 14 to Box 47-757. Miami; there
do two years each in prison ts nn obligation to become a
Catholic Further Information FOR SALE $1.00: to $3.00VALUES
The newer Installed' communication will be given over the telephone
which allows people in the bv calling PL .-tt 9. TO $12.00

Bahamas to talk by telephone to All the members of Holy Redeemer NATIONALLY FAMOUSDRESSES
omen in the United States and are urged to attend Sunday

Canada as quickly and clearly as : Mass There is no substitun i
they talk now to th"e' hi N e w I I for Sunday worship; God Wt

Providence wa opened Sunday Htarfef has commanded' us to >
by hk. Excel'encv the GovernorThe 4 keep holy the Sabbath and for a -
"O'ftI'-t' 1 oria+n" line was Catholic tills means" being faithful : f/-

built Jriatly by the T k<"Ommuol- I to Christ bv attending church $1.00 to $5.OO
cations Department and the Long every Sunday unless there Is avery

Lines Department of the American serious excusePariMhbnen VALUES TO $35.00 NATIONALLY fAMouaChildren'
i be to,
Telephone and Telegraph Mil harpy
Company at a test" of $1.500.000 I'i hear that Father Thomas Sheedy1 Low Down Payments and Men's Clothing

the patter Is improving after his Tenna APPAREL WHOLESALERS
I I rprratton !in New York City. We'' Easy Monthly

Writtam Buddy) Fife. 110 years at Helv Redeemer look forwardto 127 N.W. 2nd SL (Take elevator to 2nd floor)

old died at Artawr's Town Cat welcoming him back into our t9 Phone FR 7.2943 FASHION MART BUILDING
Island last Sunday Funeral ser midst I .

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CLEARANCE SALE i" I This book should be In iJ

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Save on Boys and Girls'' Shoes borhood drug store. CHIEF TAR

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Ladies Uniforms-20 percent off S. Hutcheton, Jr. Old Indian Alleged Lucky Hand Rub 3.00

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