The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00201
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 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: UF00028321:00201

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Ministers and Shriners

Endorse NAACP Drive I I

Branches Outline and Mrs. Irvrna Prymus and ,
Oscar Range, co-chairmen. Liberty -
Campaign Activities City branch
The drive will close en March ,
And 13. Awards will be made to outstanding -
workers and division
Starting February 14. NAACP leaders Awards are being presented
I branch In Dade County- will be to organisation that play I
working to raise 5.000 member- an Important part in the membership
shps: in the association and at drive also
I least 115.000.1"M" formal opening Persons taking memberships in
of the I960 Membership Drive the NAACP are asked to vote for I
wn\ be held at FTe ter Bethel l their favorite Freedom Fighter by
AME Church the Rev S. A. writing the name of the Individual
I C using pastor. on the back of the membership -
Pledging<< full support to the envekfw Candidate tor thee
1f campaign are member of th title of "Favorite Freedom Fight
Interdenominational. Ministerial er" arc Fr Theodore R. othe n.At .
1 At'! :ance cf Dade County and the t. G E. Grave. Rev Edward
Noble of Kazjto Temple No. 149. T Gratwrn, Dr J O Bre Afto Mr*.
Shrtners Both group. Toted to Ruth Perry Mr. Verne' Atbury ,
; h work toward full membership. and Richard II Powell f

and to urge more citizen to join The Dade County "NR...... InccrperaUon
djr: ng the campaign. with the Fferfcfa 1
(leading the various campaign State Conference, will aIM present :
committees for both NAACP J.ln. Daisy. Bate of Uttte r
branches in Miami are: Mrs. Rock. Ark. on Feb.' 26 at the Ml.
Marion MuJdrow and Mrs. Carrie Zion Baptist Church JM a feature I
Pitts, co-chairmen, Miami branch of the campaign
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...1 ... Did Ala. Whites

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Faahlena Fee Fra dam la. the stylist af Ntw York City, With a (Part proceeds ta the NAACP) '
topic af anvar"'atlaii aa title flair far the ....,..,.. and aomeaaalatanct Tickets and tables an aale at
bevy af beautiful maa'tla. .prevail.. from Olar and BalmalnJuat North's Travel Bureau 1104 NW Lynch Negro ? ,
upon Father Gib*** and Dr. I Ira appraval af cauraa. miladyand )rd av... FR t'tTTf; Mr*. AnnaLlndsey
Davie with the flrat tkkrta f e r the Row raca. ...1..d male. hates 1JJS NW C7th at, P U1147K ,
thla. ........ wtstantflng evsRtfFeb. [ a faahlan t.part Miami will Famawa Chef Cafe Ml
11. On that data the Cantl, | b. the cantor .f CantlnanUI FaNUna NW 2nd ave; Sir John H"... Jack JIokna II. service station I
Rectal. Lk .invadaa atald. Miami. an the night af ".b. U This' 27* NW Ith sU rn S'' 3381: a* WOMAN KILLED attendant: in Birmingham Ala.

under the dlractlan af our *wwAnna .la a must an your calendar afavanta call Milton Hardrkk, Miami. reported to a news service' thata I
Llndaay and Law .''''''' far tha earning .....". Carver Hotel FR 11133. f
blue and whit Cadillac with
i ian
Mrs Rosa Le* Brown, 6$. of outoof-stat license pulled Into

21MO SW 112th av*., Gould was hi* station on Saturday, witha

Blonde Numbers Queen killed' Tuesday night when aha: white woman in the font seat,
was knocked down by a ear driven
by Robert A. Boyntoa.. JO an and driven by a Negro

airman at llomet ad Air Fore Two other suddenly
car pulled in

Faces 20 Year TermConvicted Base.Mr.*. Brawn a cook. at the Miami leaped, six out or dragged eight white the Negro men

Woman's Club was crossing from his car and beat him with
the street on Allapattah Road clubs. They pushed him in the
1 I
In -J rapped on third-degree" murder convic near Halnlln Drift when abe back seat of one of the cars!' and
help but nothing trigger"A r carries a comparatively light run down by the car. She was Oft i[I drove off with him and the woman
I I just purled: the her way home from work. Her'I .
Negroes' Death :__ death was the 11th traffic fatalityin
Dade this Police
County year. are investigating but, no
A* the result of a third-degree I No charge' has been mad due has been found as to wfcalha

murder conviction by. Dad Famous Author Diesin against the driver. happened.

County Jury oa Wednesday, ..
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Catherine Tressler. blond numbers
queen, faces' a Jail sentence:'
up to 20 years. Youth Preaches Sermonfrom
Norman King was killed lastOctober. Poverty Obscurity I

the verdict implies, ,
while Mrs. Tressler was cu nit- -- Electric Chair
tine a felony by shooting into a JUt Pierce -Zora Neal 1IunI -
house. r1. 52 writer and educator who
RA1TORO Ralph Williams -
wrote several beat selling tr oka.
Sentence was deferred" by Judge *> -ctr-cd: St Petersburg youth
died in and
William A. Herin oa Wednesday Thursday obscurity cave a brief sermon in the Ictrie -
poverty in Fort Pkrce Memorial MAN DIES AfTER
pending' a pre-sentestee investigative lI uL chair at state' prison today
report' on Mrs. Tressler.Th and then was put to death for
2S-, a.roo)1d) whit woman At one time she had served as the rape of a 17-year-old StPetersburg
was charged with first degree librarian at Patrick Air whit girL t ARM IS SEVERED

murder, but a decision was mad Baae Force I I
The switch was thrown at t-34
after the jury had consulted A 21.,*.r..od% man bfed to
Hcrin, to chang the The funeral .U tentatively set q end he was pronounced dead at
charge to third degree murder. for 3 pm. Sunday at Peck Funeral 842: I I I death Friday after Ms an **
third murder is Ifccne here. She suffered a sheared off 1 to a *..,...w4f>. c llision .
degree :
Legally, He was calm when h* said, "I
described' a* the killing of a human stroke almost a year- ado know Christ died as personal on a fog hreudtd South
halted work on a book and abe
being without design to Inflict Dade road.Randolph.
SaviT' I know Ive committed a
spent the last months of her Lfe
death while engaged in commission terrible crime and must pay the.penei'y
in a county home. Adams of 10731
felony in this casa
; of a Before I leave I would
I IIJ.ke
saootior into a house She was a native of Eatonville.an to urge all present to accept SW 148th St. died at K4HHuc4t .

King was sleeping io the home all-Negro municipality near I Christ as your personal l from loss of Weed aftera

of Thelma Couch. M69 Oak Ave, Sanford of ,uiiU her father was Savior flatbed farm truek aideawiped.
Coconut Grove when Mrs. Tres mayor She attended high school f fit* sedan en Curoaut Pta Dr.
slat shot into the window, wit- in Baltimore aad won a se&olarjhip east of AUpWh MoM
testified. Couch was a former to Barnard CoUege. New
nessea maid of the Trestles woman.The York City I The affair will also mark the The truck dnveo *y P.rri *
blonde told the I opening of the 1MO Membershipdrive farmer Allan CoiiiM. :38, sheared
shajely I Her book. TeH My !Horse" r of the Dad County the top of Adams' ear. Sut.
court she had no intention to kill I Mrs. Cr.A Baker
was co best seller lists. She pub rr branches Trotper W L. HawU rvtwrted.
and did not know she had shotanyone. lished six other novels' and many assistant. f> T-jrrrcd Marshall
She admitted firing five magazine articles. Among the d.rector of the NAACP Legal and Many prominent persons will The man's arm. redfng on th: *
sbcts through a screened bed article swat "Mr. Republican" a EducaUona. Fund, Inc.. will "-1 appear on th t program Including window was cut off. and the ear
room window the night Norman biography of the late Sen, Robert he pnncipa. speaker for the the Broward County Teach plunged into a ems! paratt to
Kin was killed She testified: Tan for the Saturday Evening "Woman Day" progratn presented er's EnsembleMrs the narrow road H wasn't submerged
"With my purse under my arm Post by the Dade C ***rty Women .
and gun in hand I walked to *f VAACP. Sunday Feb. 14 Motley an attorney has
the back of the house. Someone She had also served u a writer at 3.30: pm.Mas. been praised for her outstanding Adams driving east' wa oolng
dressed in a knf coat came far motion picture studios and w rk in the field o/ civil rights, too fast oa the: foggy reM Haw-
up behind me holding a knife and newspapers and magaI Mottaf will speak at I and has handled many case tAl kin said. No eaarfwe $seed
said 1lve me that purse,' (I It I sue GfMtcr Bet A IE Ourchi toe are of rat relations. ai Oast

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administrators teachers-educators 't 1
I and other leaders for this field .;,.t J,

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1960 of education. In order to qualify
for thee grants, as*>Hcants must
have exerienced with non-hnedi .

V ....... -.A- ..J..YA capped to children teach the; state mentally certification retarded F' I

and at least two years asa
-- I1tIISdTHATThe teacher or supervisor) in a program
for the retarded. .
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----------------------------- Conference .
The White House t
3>rd annualf meeting o i pressed. He returned to this country tradition which commenced' In
the bward of directors of the and. with others founded the 1909 under President Theodore
CMi+ ten's Service Bureau will behold 1 Boy Scout of America on Feb. 8, Rcoscvelt and which has been
in the Terrace' Room of the 1 1DufNMtt 1910.. continued every decade since, has
Plata Hotel en Wednes- To start the yearlong celebration + produced the United States

.,, Fob. 17 at 12 noon. Many 1 there will be a broadcast Children Bureau Federal J and
citizen' and friends have been emitting from the White Houseon State child labor l-rs. and has s.P .

ctfceiaK> invited. < Monday. Fifty eaeouts' influenced virtually every' other t '-,
G"t' esker Beatrice SSm- will participate. in activities woven forward development expressing
cox Reiner will discuss MHow to < around the theme "Onwardfor this country's concern for its

He'p' The Parents of Delinquent I God and Country." young. .
and Pre-Dflinquent Children. Another bt* event will be held Emotional physical and social

This fiAdin** of a S-yeer study cor- More than 53,000 boys and leaders will undergo close scrutiny at the
ducted in the delinquency re- will pitch tents on a nearby Golden Anniversary White House

t *ren unit at the Judge Baket ranch. ;I Conference according to program -
Guittanf' Center Boston, Mass. approved by the executive
The post office i is issuing a four
committee ef the President's Nattenal -
cent stamp honoring the scouts I j
The M >teeapted with reluctance the 1ftttlt8tifn salute you with our favorite flower '- Rot Un Brown Los Angeles,
of Jim Reid assistant announced.
the hibiscus. !
M+,nlr rf the Liberty City S Dr. Wesicy S Nock of Coral
Hotter Project He dId. re.mieMe Week Gables and Dr. Hugh CarHhers of
Negro History begins
. job and will be missedKfeaatlv Jacksonville headed a committee :
Feb. 7. The purpose of the celebration -
HC! r-t'nior! were recpurted of pediatricians who made a
is to inspire! further study
"ho circles." national health of the
In Mfm study
of contributions made by Ne-
health needs cf children This re
There is no limit to what can roes to our country. Many organizations
be aee9 which will be "
wh arts the credit*** mn- nroffntms one of which !is the survey present
ed the White House Conference
tent Mid People who live by this Teachers Union of New York to
fritflftanhv" are rewarded with a which has published a supplement March :27 through April 2.

kind of personal emancipation a of Its weekly newspaper,'
<<<4eta fcment firm' many of the Teachers News.
fears and )'*tests that ripen Join The NAACP
tate ulcers in others. They In 1932, Mrs. Ada E. Strechetcf "
achieve a peculiar kind of Mpeace West Palm Beach organized the J ..
if wind"' that lets them devote Florida Open Forum, a non profIt ----

fee full force of their energies to organization for the further- BEAUTY Rer I* Franklin, Aretha Franklin, The Caravar.3
th.. !s'k Itt hand nd when they awe of community culture" will
New Duplex and the :I"Toet tall midget Min Sammy Bryant appearat
fee! that the Job has been done through informative', timely lectures -
well. the small matter of who and panel discussions on 4 Spacious Bedrooms the Dade County Auditorium, 2901 W. Flayer St

tflfcm the bow senora unimportant. subjects of major importance and 2 Tile Baths Sunday. Feb 14 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale a*

They e>"erience a double cf vital Interest to all Americans. North Travel Bureau. O'Neal Beauty Salon, Toback's
**ti.faelion: from the accomplishment After 24 years it is still in opera 2 Utility Rooms
itself and the knowledtra tion. The meetings are heW InSchwartberg City Water Grave Pharmacy, Pratt's Cleaners and Neal's Market

tnt they are jrenemus enough to Hall Temple" 1480 N.W. 59th St. Get yours and avoid waiting in line.
allow the other fellow to enjoy Israel 1901 North Flagler Drive _
tfe. credit.Frlemts every Thursday evening from 3120 N. W. 48th Terrace -- -- -
Jan. 14 through March 17
Use your land as a down
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of Cot Claude Clark Feb 4. Dr torah C Wolfe Announcement
.h4 Vila (("'aytrn) Clarke have r Mil J MVIX on "Developing. World payment. Lot or home )lr. and :Mr James Pincknev JABBERWOCKB.
invitation to attend a Mindednew- Dr Wolfe is one of BaronJE have the honor of announcingthe
reee''Ioat" henorinc the retirement the moral prolific writers and 8-1340 Open 3-5 marriage of their daughter T. W. Auditorium
*f Col Ctark after 35 p.m.
years of forceful lecturers of our timesShe Barbara Jean White to Set Ike
mvtee in" the Army. He Is directort Is prcfessor" of education. Port*.. Saturday the ninth of Monday, February 29
)tOT( tactics at Morgan Cot.I)Queens College.! Pushing N e w January 1960. New York --
City -- ----- --
..... The Clarks
are at York and t he national presidentof I 1-- _____ __ ,
Halk,ere. Zeta P _
!tl Beta Sorority This
Jh should be a must on your cultulal Property OwnersWould
reeent" annual boule of devekpment raJ ndf'r. RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE

the Kappa National!held Sorority in Forth of Phi Worth Delta March 3. Dr Ralph T Bunchewill you like to have all a> Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins

T"sa. Mr Naomi Harwell ofPhiladelphia. speak on The U. N. Contributions your bills combined into one Cffrctl't palnlttt, non-surplcal office treatments at law ct-

Pa. was elected' national East Toda to,Quiet." Dr in Bundle The Middle is the small payment, and still no row line ar Income. Avoid surgery and hospltallxatlon. Why
rer*>ting secretary and
Mrs. Hmmadean Boyette of Detroit 1960 recipient of the Nobel eace have some money left? If wear trued Why suffer delay and get war..fa
Prize former member' of the $1,500 or 53.000 will help
was elected national CONSULTATION
profranj ) FREE
tHreetor. State Department and is now at a time !ike this let 4
Honorary UndtT Secretary of the United you ,I Special medication, treatment diets far arthritis, neuritis, ulcers .
members ejected' to it for
me get
the sorority were' Dr. Mary Oliver Nations. you. I. blood pressure slnu. anemia, loot vigor, chrank dloeaooof
Bow nt Detroit and Mrs Next week we will give you another Today is not a day too soon men and women

Cbarfemae. H Rollins of Chicago schedule of speakers.The to phone if you want to apply
Mi.. FM ecca B. Butler was cited richest bequest which any for a loan.
M "the mror of the )'Nr.- Sha man can leave, to the youth of (us 21 '.W. Uth Ave, FR 1274 o A General Health Service
Camden N. J.Here native land to that of a shJninc.p I _

U... exwneb Thank you Mrs MORTGAGESAVAILABLE
on the Inca) scene Alpha Ida T Ratcliffc. principal of
JVsHa Chapter! gave a March of Brownsville High School.
Bases Tea Sunday at the home S ,
94 Mrs. Ferris MajoHe') Rhodes I Leaders for Retarded Training
Tit affair i Ii ciwn melt rear to grants for persons qualified to H. DAVIS Central Life Insurance, Co.
aid to
retMwreh which will prevent prepare for leadership positions in {
er+t! linif diseases such as the education of the mentally retarded MORTGAGE BROKER IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
fwHo. ar'hrit and birth defects. available
are from the Phone FR 9-8531
program was Teachers College Department of
M'flMRt.ri to an arprrciative audI I Special Education The
grants arc Evet. NE 3-6754
l"rte of more than 100 people.' part of an advanced program for New PlanFather
1... Family Group
: Lelia R Williams Is the1praaMunt the preparation of supervisors
of the local chapter.
-.. ..-- --- Mother, Children-All Under One Premium

' C.n*olenee s to the Henry New-borns Automatically Insured at Birth
nxroo'oii' familv. 1870 NW 183rd
*t, Ogee Ltwk.tto lost their AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM

asnotheat. Gel well "hibiscus
w4*** to their stepfather He Isnaner THE SOOTH'S NEWEST tod FINEST SHOPPING CENTER Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount

of the Booker Motel in Ft From

'Mr. and .Mr FXwne Kemp $2,000.00 to $50,000.00The

quietly oe4rbsted 14 years of

married life. Congratulations'! Also Offers And
May tic yea" ahead brine the Company Other Attractive

had.britfhtNt joys that you have ever cntral Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs

hopping I Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office
Mondav Feb. 8 will mark thebojHnninc .

cf a year-ten celebrated 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
of the Seth birthday of scout-
lug to America. lazaINC.
For their birth our country'sBoy ,
Scouts ran thank an American MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH

named William Boyce. a London 176 N.W. 14th SL 602 N. Rosemary Ave.
for and a British scout. Mr.

Device became lost in a London: NOW OPEN FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE

fag while looking for an address. 700 N.W. 2nd SL 304 N. Eighth SL
him find
A British boy helped
his way. Mr. Boyce offered the RW.7th STREET and 37ih AVENUE
but the boy refused It. r
boy a tip. '
nor NORTH of rucui DOG mar
Ife said: "S.'r! I am a scout does

good net accent tUrD1Mr tits for Boyce courtesies was and len I lOur Classified Columns Get Fast Results1UAMI





Income Tax Classesat :


Department of Internal
Revenue will again offer classes
at the Northwestern Adult Edu J
i eatknal Center this semester.
i The remaining two sessions will ,
a be heM Tueday. Feb. 9 and 16 at j
7 p-m., In the library.
The general public is cordially' jt
invited to participate In these rr
classes which have proved ex- t
tremejy! hey (ul in the part Ad
m! ri en. is free."
For further information go to 11i !
Northwestern school or call PL! y
45491 between 2 and 10 pm. ;


evening trade division
withes to announce that a course
will be offered to five special 1
domestic training to persons who
wish to become better waiters t'
irees.. butlers and maids. 1I
The dcrnestic training program
t* destined to train persons in i
table setting food service for _! E
FRANK W, MITCHELL regular! Rue**, banquet guests' IiIE I
I St Louie Argus PublUher and menu reedinr Training will
slaw' be offered In general house

The publisher of the SL Louis on this. issue later caused' the defeat cteanlnc" furniture arrangement
Argus U one who lOt his roots of a candidate for the SL and bed making<
in the operation of the news Louis Board of Education. NURSES TO GRADUATEThe
paper having started In the I The Argus has always been _
company's Jco department at the keenly sensitive to the field of adult division announces I
age of tenYounf athletics. During his earlier that the semi-annual practical I
Fn,* Mitchell under the business Frank Mitchell yearsIn n-jr in< graduation exercises will Fort George G Meade Mil, Lt (" ol and Mr
the guidance of his father the played on the Argus basketball bit he'd Sunday. Fob 14 at which f laude C Clark of 2022 Cllftwood Ave Baltimore are
late Wlalllam Mitchell and his team and one of his happiest time practical nurvinr certificateswill shown in the Pout Field House at Fort Meadc following I
uncle the late J. E. Mitchell moments came when he led. as be prevented to IS proud I
founders m-okred his way up ta general manager the Argus' Bull ladles Graduation will be held a retirement ceremony Thursday afternoon, Jan. 28. The
the petition as floorman pressman dogs in breaking the color line in. In the auditorium at 4 p.m. The colonel who haa been serving as a n nOTe instructor at i
and then to the linotype machines. the St. Louis Municipal Athletic public is tnvtted.slty Morgan State College, retired Jan. 31 after nerving in th,
Association -- ----- National
Army and Guard more than 3ft yearn. The rinrfcs
Feeling his that activities: he needed beyond to expand his The Argus publisher has not School of Medicine He was will make their home In Miami after June 1. this 'eRr.- i
been derelict In his
family. circle, Mr. Mitchell moved t" civic! matters Under responsibility appoint. the first Negro student from SL Official U.s. Army photo.
to Chicago where for two years meat by Coy Phil ).I. Donnely} ,I Louis. i
he was employed' In the composing he served the Missouri State
room of the Chkafo Defender Board of Education as a memberfor
He returned to the SL Louis
five For one he
Argus In IMS as director of mechanical guided the years.destinies of the year schoolchildren LOTS FOR SALE STAR MEAT MARKET

operations where he put of the state as the Corner 110 x 110
Into operation a number of significant board's president
Build on your lot
program The Boy Scouts of America
Mr. Mitchell 1s a native of SL recognized Mr Mitchell throughIts or mine 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
Louis and in his way has the feel area council with a citation of
and tenor of the community' I his merit He is presently a memberof We take care of financial 9
newspaper serves. Probably! the the board of trustees' of the I. NO MONEY DOWN
meat unassuming and modest Beree Presbyterian Church: THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE I
in the Frank Cash for Iota
publisher profession Since the founding of the SL paid your or
Mitchell Sr. is one of its roostexperienced. '
Louis Artrus in 1912 by the Mitchell homeSEYMOUR
Beneath his quiet
Brothers It has pursued' a
manner lies a ready knowledgeof I
course dwigned to enhance the
the printing and publishing status and conditions: of Negroesin BARON I
business. Q Its trading area Mr Mitchell JE 81340 Fresh AUat-Low PricesI
Through' the years the Argus since his ascendancy to the po
has stood In the forefront of LIc..d and Insured Bvlltfr
tt Ion of publisher In lOSS, has
every envade and project' for the continued to pilot the newspaper
betterment of its readership. A along this path He works closely -
forthright crusade on the questionof with his mother Mrs. Nannie I
a public accommodations (civil Mitchell-Turner who serves the!'
rights) bill fcr the city, was corporation as president Together -!
launched last year under Mr. they' make an excellent1 I NORTHWESTERN ADULT EDUCATION CENTER

Mitchell's personal direction. executive team which is presently
Taking the Initiative Publisher mapping plans. far a brier, 7007 Northwest 12th Avenue, Miami, Florida
Mitchell first called together the and better nvAvpaper soon to be
four Negroes presently on the SL printed in an expanded plant. i Announces Registration for the Spring Semester
Louis Board cf Aldermen for a"dvil
rights conference" and St Louis is regarded as America's Register Now
briefing on what the Argus proposed most desegregated border
to do rvHoNving this meeting city The Argus has paced' every Between 2:00 and 10:00 p.m.
the St Louis Arrus' began a top of St Louis interracial progress -
detailed analysis of the "political with .In ru'ar distinction HIGH SCHOOL, GENERAL ADULT, BUSINESS EDUCATION
facts of life- ss they related to Mitchell! is married and the
the whole question of public accommodations father of two sons Frank Jr, Pr.High School Grades 1-t Reading Improvement
legislation. The and Eugene Eugene graduates English all.. lovols Spanish' Conversational
consistent: campaign by the Argus this year tram Missouri Univer.j Science' : Gen,, BUI., Chins Bookkeeping
Mathematics General Buslnes
Algebra Geometry Typewriting I

TV SICK ? American Government HlttoryAmerican Filing Shorthand

Classes meet Monday through Thursday, 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. TRADE PREPARATORY TRAINING

SERVICE Architectural Drafting General' Machinery Repair
SAME DAY Automobile Mechanic Practical Nu,.,,,,

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Cabinet Making and Mlltwerk Power Machine Operation
Diesel. Electric. Engine Firing' Radio and TV Service
Dry Cleaning. Custom Tailoring'
Tube Special
Picture Extension classes will bo opened when 1* or more persons In a trade neod special.

": 21.lftch-Z9.5 training' to supplement. their" dally occupational, akllla'

j SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .............. ..." $2.50 Adult Homemaking' Education' Division/ Is offering' 12-week couroes In Beginning

Sowing, Advanced "..'''1. Basic Women's Tailoring, Short Cuts In Meal Preparation, b
No Extra ChargesJust
Nit. Calls Our Specialty-
Nutrition and Homo Decoration In these Cent.rRBooker ::
I 45 RPM phonograph
received shipment of
T. Washington. 0,..., Junior High, North Dado High. Mayo High .In
Records All late hits. Special: -3 for $1.00
Goulds: J. R. E. Loo .In South Miami R.R. ...t.... Jameo W. Johnson In Mia-

'leah Scott Homes, Liberty' Square Projoct Orchard Villa. Bethel, AME Church

Vets Radio & TV Co. and Northwestern Senior. High School.Claose "

will begin' January 4, and registration will bo at the center where a elate. I Is

held.' Registration fss la 12-00 p.r course. Far further Information, call PL 4S491.V .
939 N.W. 3rd Ave. GJrtk'

U 'l'.:: "Jft JfTm 1.: a flNEGRO .IIu; mcsrIr.IfB, : 2l .,


nly one suspect.Arthur 7th street and 17th &'ft. on Te_
4 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1960 4. In celebration of the InDd
JUST BROWSIN'By I Vlnninf Davis weD opening they are running aa 11%.
known multi-millionaire, now $2years week oooteit ending Mauxh 6.
PAUL R. HENRY I old -was ctftD the decree
II Ij I of Doctor of Letters Zuesdsy.NThe -
j I .Terslty of Miami on CONSOLIDATE YOUR
..::.. -:::::- .=.-::.--==--::-= :':::..:-:-- Federal Judge Joseph Lleb has for Grand Union opens III We Refinance Your
Itt February 29 u the date Central Shopping PUa at NW MertgagwNe
hearinf the wit against the Dad
;?k.t 1111 N.W. TWIN A., ..I...... "..f14e-1 .....o FR S 22SC County School Board In whIch the ------ Payments Until. March 1
Plant at T40 N.W. 11th Avu.Ph.n. OX 10421 NAACP challenges the Pupil No 8.11.-- low M
.000 |1| Month
Amendment Lav.The
M. E. "I.IMUNDIEEVEL tdtt.r faetrint Is on a mandate Benefit TeaThe $2.000 |21 Month
e.rth C. *"..*. M."." ,.. SdtUr and Bo*>....* "."an of the FlfA Court of Appeal la $1400 $10 Month
New Orleans Dote the D a d e public If cordially Invited MIAMI NATIONAL
Masher N doe Awod.t.d !I.po Pre.a Schcoi Board and the NAACP to a Musical Tea for benefit rf MORTGAGE
hare asked for a hearinf. I loyal member of Procrwnve .
Msb.r of IJw Xatbat !Iewtpas rr rabl tten Aaax4tleeI.ter Chapter No 44 Heroines of Jericho ,I FR 3-5446 JE 2-2622
J E. Preston, chairman of the of Brownsville. The tea riv Member Chamkor .f
.d w bler.es4 ('-a ttatIn. AtuC.at 9. 1W7. At Ik Post om- operation Commtre
Miami Water Board hat announced en for an emergency eye
aI MiamL for$ ttmfer tW art .! earth .. 1"7. Belle Marshall
plant for an 111,000,000 for Sk. Mary ....
water treatment plant to be located will be held Sunday 4 to 6 pm. -
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK on a 15-acre tract north of, at the home of M. A. M. R. Sullivan I Advertise It Pay!
27th ave.
the prevent plant In Hlateah.Bishop 4635 NW

Grace died in Los Angeles, Cal.
Dean Gordon B. Hancock for ANP
on Jan. 12 leaving a fortune of
t7.000.000 However Ms Uncle WIL PAY SPOT CASH
Sam will claim about ".&&8.000
The passing of Bishop Charles Manuel 1 Grace is an of these doBan I
event of more than ordinary importance. When Jesus i For Your Vacant Lot

Chris was in the flesh, there were those who doubted The Jackson Memorial Hoch'
al reported toss of about $123.000
him and suspected that he was an imposter and a false worth ef linen during the past NE 3-3408
prophet; and his teachings were seriously questioned by flue yean Detectives' have beeninvestigatbg
the upper echelons of Judaism. They refuted! to believe So far they have

the miracles that before their MR. COLLIERIARKLEY'S
were being wrought eyes -- -
aRd there was always the impulse to shrug him off. LEGAL NOTICE
But Jesus implored them to hear him in his teachingsand
if this Deemed impossible, to hear him for his
sake. It is easy to appeal from a man's teachings werks'l I NAME LAW I -

trines, but it I is not so easy to appeal from his works! In Notice is hereby given that the
the last analysis Jesus staked His claim to the allegiance undersigned., detirtcr to engage OJF-MTf STOW
in builnen under' the fictitious
ef the people on the mighty works he did for the people. name of PARKER CITIES: SER The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
The late Bishop Grace should be appraised for the VICE. 3199 NW 4eth SU and
constructive works he did among the people. Within a 7300 N W 22nd Are. Miami Fla. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

generation he did a marvelous work in the building of the intends to remitter the said name The finest products at Cut Rat Prices
with the Clerk of the Circuit
religious empire from nothing but a dream to greatness. Court of Dade County Florida. Gift Cetmctlca Patent Medicine Fountain Sodas

Bishop Grace cannot be "shrugged off." When a Willie Par -er. owner f"20 Tweed Cologne .. 1.50 Cashmere Bouquet
leader single-handedly builds an organization that proudly Madam Walker Lotion ................. .. .n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Ointment .......... .10 SS$ Tonk .._. MS 2JS
I boasts total
of 500 houses of worship and a member
Panes a''O"t Father John ..._. .7$ 14S
ship of 4.000,000 and with real estate conservatively estimated Notice ts hereby riven that the Hair DrMlng .. .IS Swamp Root ... ... .1$ 145
at 25.000.000, he has something; and that something tnwVrffccTied dce rang V, fn-jnt' Long aid Hair Cardul, __.....-....... M
in the business of distributlnfNVrro
is extraordinary. Oreasing' 1.00 Syrup of Black Drauht.l.
publication* the
Today our land is overrun with cults of one kind or fk-W-ou* name of COMMUNITYVEWS OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY- A.... to 10 P.M.
another, but Bishop Grace's solid achievement places him AGENCY' at Isle NW 35th I JOHN A McMINN Owner
above the cult level and in the class of great achievers. Terrace Miami Florida intend I II
to remitter the Mid
Those of us who have had more formal education are at the' Cerk: of the Circuit name Court with ol.I,
first inclined to shrug off Bishop Grace, but when he shows Dade Countr Fla
what he has done without formal degrees, and we show I C Gaylord Ron*'
what we have done with our great degrees Bishop Grace Sylvia E &1e': ownr
Jan II.:3.30.Ftb e I Fair
tiamift out in bold relief. Vogue Beauty

Aside from the possibility that his religious empire --

will fall apart when jealousy among his subordinates getsin NEED CASH I
its deadly work, the fact will not down that the Negro I 233 N.W. 9th Street FR 9-6610
race can be led constructively by those who have the visIon $25 to $600CALL

and the genius. Bishop Grace easily built one of the PL 8-3653 I .
most powerful religious organizations to be found in this I

The phenomenal rise and achievement of Bishop 6105 N.W. 7th Are.
Grace poses a mighty challenge to the other older denomination Ladies! Are you looking for a huaband? Maybe a

of Negro churches. What is it that Bishop Grace
boyfriend? Wanna keep at bom.7Then
had that they do not have Most of his followers were your apouae

taken out of other churches. DUPLEXLarge Vogue Beauty Fair ia the place for you to f o.
Why did these members change churches? One of the
outstanding facts of current church history is the growth Corner Lot Be sharp, look pretty, and your worriea are orer.

of the HolineM Church among whites and Negroes, and a (N.W. 8th Ave & 60th St.) VOGUE BEAUTY FAIR specializes in permanent
second fact is that these Holiness members were once
members of other churches the most important of which 2-bdrooms each aide straightening, cold curia and color.

it the Baptist denomination.It Very attractive proposition

must be observed that Bishop Grace's great boast Always a beauty consultant available

was that he baptized his first convert in a mud-hole. Almost 800 N.W. 60th Street

all of the Holiness Churches are some variety of Bapt&te Owner UN 64071 For Appointments Call FR 96610Seeking
since they all make much of baptism. -

Too often members of Baptist churches join Holiness I
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inclinations drift away from Baptist church b a
matter which should deeply concern the ministry of the
Baptist denomination.This Happiness ?

column deplored a few weeks ago that our Negro .
arti U too invariably sing over the heads of their aud

fences and we are here venturing the suspicion that our Learn About The Catholic Church FREE. I In Your
better educated ministers may be preaching over the heads
of certain segments of their congregation.As .
one young minister was heard to say, "I am an
educated man with degrees from such and such collegesand

seminaries and I propose to set the level of preaching No Obligation Whatsoever

high and the people must come up to my level."

That attitude invited disaffection among such people ---------,._------------..------.-.--
as built Bishop Grace's religious empire. The young edu
cated minister forgot that the burden of reaching the Pleaae send me your free book on Catholicism

common people is not on them, but on him. Write to: Information, Box 47-757, Miami Fla.
It Is a well-known fact that the minister who can draw ,

the common people as well as these in the higher echelons .

of life will prosper. Bishop Grace did a mighty work Name ............................................................................ ........_.."......._ .
among the common people and so did Jesus Christ and so

r do our This businesses writer, like and many professionals.others has developed a distaste Address .......... ........................................................................ .................

for the cultist Bishop Grace was more than a cultist,

he was one of the great religious leaders of his generation. CityPACE .................................. ................................
His works are a mighty monument. I -- -

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Abernathy Replaces gomery Ala., brfrovcment' Associatfcn. -
which led a mass boycott
Rev. King resulting In Integrated city
buses in U 5a. lie replaces Rev.
Rev. Ralph D. Abernathy has Martin Luther King Jr. .ho is
been chosen head 'of.te Mont moving to Atlanta.

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The party goers who sipped cocktails riti A. I StylistDemonstrator

last Sunday at the Club MI on their tour The Sigma Omicron chapter of the Alpha and

of the United States aboard the Alpha Chi Chi Pi Omega Sorority wishes ,to Beauty ConsultantFor
Pi Omega's Jet Electra were well entertained thank all of the participants In the show

with the parade of elegant hairstyles and especially the styles from the various 4 #. Lester's Beauty

and states along with W. C. Baker's beauty salons in the city. To our guests, Product I

floor show and orchestra and guest celeb orchids for making our affair a success,
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BROWN KAYOES t Young Adults' AnnouncementMr

TILLMAN IN Happenings at 'YM' and Mrs. Claud Rolfe, M.". and Tiir. Cvtnings I
18301 NW 17th place. Opa Locka ISO until f:00
PALACE BOUT By MRS LUCILLE WHCATLCY announce the arrival of a daughter. ELLA MONCUR Wednesday a.m. to noon I
Debra Lynne on Jan. 22. at t
Getting up off the floor after Well here I am again and Jackson Memorial IIoapKaL
being knocked down for a count ready for a bit of chit chat about COMPLETE SIX WEEKS COURSE $100.00
of S. Harold Brown. 178. Home the Young Adults happenings at THANKSSpeaking $25.00 Down Terms ,Arranged
the YMCA Du I hear fee spring
stead, let loose with a volley' of
rights and left that knocked of a diving board I do indeed of nice neighbors the Certificate awarded at completion of study
and its S.lash Party being held Dave Uondus the "most.
Jkn TiUmanA 220 It*, of Thomas are
Call FR 4-9998 NE 5-2821 mail in belowI
rflle. Ga.. completely out of the at the Sir Jttm Pool The guests They prelected our home from or coupon
had a wonderful time and Non" what could have been a great
rinj and for the .
cut count of ten
am Inttrmttd In the new advanced sliwrtek course yaw art .".,
and won the main attraction on prize to boot. When Miss EllenTucker dleaster A very sfuxial thanks.
the weekly boxing show at the chairman of the Young Sam and Ear line Shiners a.... I am a ( ) Operator ( ) Shapawnar ( ) Taacntr.
Palace Arena Monday night The Adults Committee, sets out to 1151 NW 57th St
time was 1:52 of the second make an affair a success, believe' NAME ...... .... ......................................_.........._........................._.._.._....__
round cf a scheduled' 4-rounder.In m* she doesnt miss& a trick amt that .is a member of the

the 4-round semi-final bout you didn't catch the boat ride 111 American Bridge Association. ADDRESS ... .. ..._.. .....................................___............................._....?.....?
Joe Young ISA. Humesteed. and fall that the Young Adults sponsored Y'U may now register for a

Andy Johnicn, 134 of Savannah well your fall foQies Wft'e' Ik>gnner: Bridce class which will CITY a ............ PHONE ............. ........._
G., battled to a good drawIn a flop. Calmer water and a more been at the YMCA on March 2 I II
other bouts Cedrte Dennis beautiful moonlight night Just ai 8 pm .... .... .T . . . . .......
13..$. Charlotte. N. C knocked out couldnt have been chosen. (Dlft1 I
EarlKid. Willis 133 of SL and hid the weatherman must have. I :' :' :,:,:,:,:, :,:,:,:,:,:,x,:,:,:,:, :,:,:,:':':':';'t
Augustine in 134 of the tint nvne tnp secret information.
round of a 3-rounder. .I Even the crew was tope. <<

Ruu Vinnlng. 133. Miami -woo Talking about storybook splendor
a unanimous decision over Ray the Miami Coast Line by .
Srn'th! 132. Miami night has it. A whole now world
Willie Davis. 119. Tampa kayoed of lighted beauty came into viewas .
Bob RamirU. 120 of Mexl- we cruised up and down the. MICLUB .
all' Mexico in 52 second' of the bay Now, when the Young Multi .
Ant round of a 3-rounder.
have another boat ride Don'tMiss
Walter William 1ST Savannah the boat) .
G... woo a unanimous decision
over George Flamingo, 155of A tat of events took place at .
Wilmington Delaware In another the YMCA in 1959. Last April a
3rounder. Marriage CHnic was held and 1900 H.W. 75th Street H'umi; florih/ '
At I Owe... 175 cf BrownniUe.T authorized persons from the: University ,
rm.. won a unanimous' decision of Miami. Family Service
over Willie Taylor 175. MiamL and Jewish Family Service conducted .
Willie James. 151, Greenville the M sk>ns Another IiI
Ha. wen a unanimous decision clinic is being scheduled for
over George hail 155, Miami in April 1940. so get in tin for this
the 6th 3-roundrr. I:
one.Vocal and Instrumental: artists SATURDAY SUNDAYFEBRUARY I

Miss Gethsemane throughout the county came together
for a Musical Soiree last
Contest Begins saner Gershwinwas the com
Who wil:) be crowned ").( .* jxt-er whose words were presented ctk-
Gflh6f'f' 1M" q:jeen of Court No. and my. what a musical feast a
338 Here me of Jericho Contestants How would you tike to join me j 6
include Mrs Jeanette MeDavis. for an evening of bridge? If you I -J
dont know the Goren count, '
queen' of 59. Mrs. Mary 'aa
Brown and Mrs Dora Wright I .,stan. dont let that stop you. I .
First second and third prizes will' Came out on Wednesday nirhts
be awarded the winners All contestants and learn new skills. Mrs. Ode' THE FABULOUS-THE GREAT
are worturvj, very hard to Williams ,ts our teacher and be
support: the court and win the Ueve me she really has the know
how The beginners: bridge class a
crown Give them your support
when they call on you. is your stepping stone to member
Mrs Serena!' Green' MAM 1 ship in the Sunshine State Bridge
Add* P. rce.: secretary Club, the only bridge club in Wi.1 is ARLBOSh"AND C Of


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$1.00, $2.00 & $3.00 HAPPY ROSE "Boss" Trumpet Man .

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Bethune Choraleat Open House at Gold 1 1wfw

Country ClubMore
than 300 South Florida-
-- Bethune-Cookman College fans were guests at Open House
The Concert Chorale under the astute Gold Coast Country Club
i:: tir +1 of the
? : :::! Prof. Thctnas I
leadership' of last Sunday. They were taken in
D. Demps, will ffear in concertat groupj on guided tours oftM
the Mt. Zion Baptist Church on buildings and ground" TheM
Around Miami Sunday Feb. 14, at 3:30: pm. The guests praised highly the beautiful
admission will be free. Of course surroundings. Many requested
an opportunity will be given to application blanks.
those who desire to make a con-
-By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU- Clubis
tribution to the school I The Gold Coast Country
: ;: located on Hallandale Beach
I President Richard Glee Moore Boulevard two blocks welt of

Will accompany the Club, State Road 9, In Hallandak. This KartIQI
SO YOU READ In last and will bring greetings from the recreational enterprise promises
papers where man shot I college. *'to become the pride of Florida
killed another man because his It will be an asset to the group "We are pleased to extend this and the South.
his (the dead man's)
wife was in t nvltatlon to the Bethune-Caok-
fd Ju-t suppose the man didn'thave the Week demcnstra- rt
_rarrr GIRL of man Glee Club as a
a gun. Then what? And the Opat King Pretty Boy of the t I tkm of goodwill and fellowship in MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T COMMUNITY
and killed all DRUGS
mother who shot
Week: John Galtor Policeman the broad cause of personality
three of her children her husbandand cf the Week James DeCoursey development" said the Rev. Ed- COST 6750 N.W. ISA Ave
henelf (the was a mental minister of the
(Det with Metro) ward T. Graham
ewe) what if she had not host church. The invitation comes THEY PAYI!
ted a gun? These lives might R..vn.1 of
LAST TUESDAY. Garth through the music department
have been saved if we had the my editor (bless his pointed the church. Deacon Moses L. Per Call OX 1.0421 TODAY! Advertise It Pays!
Sal;.van' lAw. We do not say that to I
and I called the city engineers ry. chairman. .
all of this: will cra fe. but the mi- come and spend a few minutesat I yo c?- c -
'-nt, will be lessened. There will 62nd .t..Dd 15th are. and {
Post Office Driver ENROLL NOW IN
6* some suns in circulation a
watch the traffic pile up. After a
.."i... but not prominently.S I
small discussion we were told }
help me. some ody Is going that a count down machine wctud'. by
te have to do ynethlng about be placed at the much congested'
tIt-_ gjw. Mae. a few telepfeoae spot The last count was taken Mail truck driver Horace I For a Life Lone Profession
calls' to the County Com- about eight months ago. Since 5w tinl. 45, was held up rob
Eva: ser*. Alex Gordon Ben that time, about 1500 apartmentsunits bed of "several hundred dollar! Florida's Oldest Reliable and Complete School
McGahey or any other officials hare been opened In the cash from money order sales then 1!
will gel some action Action has neHfrborhood south of 62nd stand locked in the back of his truck 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 48993Don't

been taken on the strip Joints matters are worse. The countdown durin the sutper rush-hour .
and mte clubs and the B-firls. machine Is there and 1 If Monday \ ,K

and now .ia the time to save some enough cars pass over this rubber Palace said Sweating' told theme "-- -
Uvw. hose that 1s placed !n he was accosted by a white youthas
will a traffic lightWe he made his final pick-up of
street we get
If a few of ow ministers wouldmention from the Rexal) Lose Your Driver's License
mi In church it might are sure that the traffic will 1 I the day Uffgett '
for this. drug More, 8872 NW Seventh ave.
show need for It. Amen
: When the minister mentions
a* 'I
H and the congregation set"awrn" I AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE FOR EVERYONE

and that i. ail. we are RAY MITCHELL'S H0rth-
rain nowhere We must dos South Golf Tourney k-arta Feb Montez Edgctombe of Kariien EASY TIME PAYMENTS
m. :h ng Pester the hell out of 15 at Miami Strings. It promises i Beauty Salon. Her model was
you commissioners: and city of- to be one of the best yet MiamiSprings I I Ruby Curry. SR-22 FILINGS

fir:"'!. until we get them on the director' James Hilton''
v Onv! you, the people can get and Manager Woody Laushing- STEVE GIBSON and the Red i
the results. house,. are busy .doing everythingpc ; Caps are at Martha Raye's Cepa SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
Ca': FR 7-1911. and s ie to make every gu.fefeet r CHy Club. Sc'*fM. they have a I
any ennmissioner you can think ) right at home. ,, darn food sbcr. M usual 631 N.W. 36th St. PL 9-5284
| Well friends till next week .1
V seal wl! him that as a voter
rag request a revised Sullivan WITH THE OPENING of the, Live Life, every golden minute of I .
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!Lw\ for Dade Oauoty and the West Flagler Kennel" Club next I i it. Peace : -- -

fate if jxwiWe. Call call week for the first time Negroes'" '1S"-ry--:: ------ --- .---.
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call. will be able to go and bet their,
dough the dogs. Even though'
The t''. Tropfef in Nassau the Seta clientele will be sect-1 For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

saved by fVawtts Taylor, burned toned off. it is nothing to flee .
.ton to the ground Saturday about The race track' U sectioned
awght. Chicane called me to ay c that ewrytfctac he owned went] as U stands. If they anent I BONDED COLLECTION
ia theMme. even hit shirt and then you don't hear the gripes
... He was not hurt i This move is at feast a step m
at bad to Jump from a second t) the rtfit direction.' Maybe it
f eor balcony. Any of you I Iwa. won't be I long, before the sections .
have over sized dresses or"": at both places are broken. But
an old fur piece' you are thinking'of one step In the right direction' is AGENCY Inc. G :
throwing out please leave I a thousand times better than me I
them at the Miami Times for him. step backwards. Just remember' ,
He doesn't have anything to work one thing: We must always aC't aj.
ia. Y u know bisect. so you ladies and gentlemen, if we are
krow what he needs. We thank to acocmplish a point

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The largest collection and rental
QUICK Fabulous Man.dec. broken I hare been informedthat
Cathy that A.. made her entrance Gary Moore's' favorite team
la,.t weekend and plans to Martha Davis and Spouse, will agency in the South; operating in
stay with us for a few months as, make their appearance at the
I r
Ir'ul. You fellows get a look'' Saxony Hotel's Ivory Tower and Dade and Broward Counties' -
wttea she walks down Second; if ,'aU care to spend an evening
Ave. She is really something to out with your friends, you are
se.. most welcome. Atop the Ivory Negro Housing areas

Tower, you can see the entire
BILL ROBINSON, leader I .f I Beach in all of iU glory And the
11I1\: famous, Quintette, the elevator' ride up is a thrill in itself L L. BROOKS. President.
Quails, is IKW a member of the it is outside the building
ink Spots Bill replaced Essex where you can see Miami and
!Scott after he and C M. Jillivettc the beech as you glide upwards MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

std Jam.' Siracnan were reportMi Reservations are accepted by Mr. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
mug on the keys. We deeply Turner. the Maitre D. I have had IN DADE AND
regret this unfortunate event the pleasure of working for Mr. BROWARD COUNTIES
yes we fcope the best for Bill Turner, and believe me a finer
W.M fellows heard BH1 sing man you couldnt meet' anywhere.
they felt that he was the most
tfbJv Replacement, and accept* FIRST PRIZE Winner for *ty|. Qtt
tat Mm with open arms. Bill Is a tag at Bill: Swnmont Hair Styling .
wetMterful guy, and we believe and Fashion Show June 28 was .
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At last! Golden Spur comes to Florida, bringing with it all the flavor and

.I excitement of the Old West. Now this here Golden Spur is a new kind of drink, Now only $115 1

a man's drink! You drink it straight, or on the rocks, or with your favorite
f for the big 24 oz. bottle i

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Golden Spur, a product of Comstock
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I Tallahs ce -_ Three' FloridaA !
and M University Rattlers have !! !

I inked grid football contract this to play fall professional ac-- :. *$

ccrdinf to an announcement by
Jake Gaither, FAMU tootbaUroach.
I OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
William Barber. 204-pound Miami -
end, signed with the Calgary
Stampeders of the Canadian
League for $9 I'M and a n >,> bo ,
nus. Center Willie Taylor and
fullback Jesse Heard agreed to \
t! termswith Ccach Sid Oilman of
the newly formed Los Angeles I STARTS FRIDAY
Charges of the American Foot-
bt:' League N fi mi res were. released -
on the signing of Taylor
and Heard. l
Barber snatched nine passes fer n-e "" :Mest story t if fate and the flak
118 yard two. touchdowns and knawatiinrtlmilWKMM I .
i1p1iI one twoH, ointer Taylor was released -
<< bT the Green Bay Packersof ,
the National Football League
early' 'last fj.; a.''Cp ating !ti two !
-xh:b.t.on: :
ganv Heard is returning ,
from a two-year hitch in
the United States Army. j tl ; ,
This brings the total numberof I ..xn him )
National Brands had a little kickoff party on Monday ex-Rattlers under prefe4enal' 1 who i*
football contracts!' to six. Halfback -" 1
for radio and newspaper personnel as they launched Willie Gar:more and tackle without stirs !

sale c impafgn for their new product Golden Spur (see Bears Willie Lee Tackle are Willie with: the MeCteng Chicago to cat the

; agc 7)) Milton "Fat Daddy" Smith and Fred Hanna of with the Cleveland Brown first stone.'.'

\VMBM( are shown with Blanche Calloway, John Car I ,
School Suit Filed in
mkhavl and Ed Cook of WFEC-Johnson photo. a WARNER BROL.Icnr"t t_.IICliIlWU..IIC11.1CGI.or mt

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13 MIAMIANS WIN M athletic star Nathaniel director. and Powell coach now of PBNSASOIA of Nero- A wit pupil.*and.mcLftt..Uon I YITTORIO GASSMAN KATINA PAXINOU t....HENRY B1J.LEk.w.titItllilH11.ER

FAMU FOOTBALL Miami Carver High School I teachers in the Je ambia Grnmtj wiIRYlNC RIPPER'
sets 01. WM filed in U. S. District
Dr. George W. Gore Jr., president -
LETTERS I of A and M abort> with head court here Monday by the National i
coach Jake Gaither also spoke. Associa'ian for Advancement of
T..Labass Florida A and Among alumni attending the Co.ored People.
M University halfback OareDCt'1 fete were Willie Gal none, halfback -I The suit, the NAACP said to a PLUS -
Chi Ids from Lakeland with the Chicago Dears;, claw action under civil right
ented the moat valuable player, center Willie Taylor, the De'WI7-1 law. and is the first of its kind
ward at the annual Rattier football I formed Los Angela ; filed in Florida It ask InvM- I _
banquet held recently in the I torney Willis Murray president I txtH. prohiblUncM county ,
Utlivertity! Common of the Miami chapter of the scho board from" operatingsrtwoU 1 1Cwiht
Cfc: d*. the team's leading Alumni AD< rusher and jcorer during the! Only senior letterman from Miami from aifninc pupils and teachers
pan ,season received the J. R. E. U William Barber. on a racially "e i I
Lee Sr Manorial Trophy. The i Returning Miami lettermen are NIT Fos CAGNET/ ; caM T
entire A and M team. nationalTtegro Charles Ilobbs, Willie Clarrinx-. -- oWkr ) I
and Southern Intercolleg-I' ton Emory Collier John Glover, Ralph Burns Jimmy Miller" Harold JAMES
ite Conference Frank Griffin, John Hamilton, Scott Austin Wise, David '
IM fM>>rtod. Forty-three players re-I I
Hi'.... letter 1 I| Curry and McKenna Mahcney. I CAGNEY M-G-M's. :
Other individual trophies were. '- _...--.. _. --.
give" % to William Davis out-!!i Ella Moncur AIR CONDITIONED
.'MR tine all-around senior; best' Joins Sunlight I, I TRIBUTE TO A BAD MAIo
bloeker. Benny Strong; outotandime BUNCHE
lin tnan Curtis Miranda;;' Mrs. Ella Moncur versatile hairstylist L"i22 S BINS'Stephen McNAlLY-Vic
otttrandinf freshman James I color technician and national 'h kie/t Q'A W6 ,* "
ri..more: outstanding engineer,I demonstrator, has Joined aUNt Thru Irene PAP A s'
Bennv Merchant and Quarter- the staff. ci the Sunlight School of I
bck Club Award for SporUnunhtp. -i Beauty Culture. James Stewartand
Jordan Pope. I Mrs. Moncur operates the Vera Miles 'In 0
All individual awards were ae- Theatrical Beauty Salons In New
tccttxi l by vote of teammates In York and Miami She is a contract "THE FBI STORY"In
the cave of Pope's orUmanship beauty consultant with Lenten Technicolor
a",'ar.i, the voting was unanl- W. and M. Cosmetics one of The Tia Juan Story NEXT ATTRACTION
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t Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor
On Parade I
'I Phyllis Myers reporter.
d Sunday School fc4S
Morning Worship 11:00B.

T. U. WO
J Evening Worshto ..._.. -... 7:00

I} The sick and shut-ins are Sis.

jJtCtOCttureti Af. Kelly Si*. Toner and Bro.
I Wlnft 1d. We are praying far all

of juu to have speedy recovery

s..,.. end that all the members and
friends go to see them.!

............. .......... r I Visitors are always welcome to
come and worship with us.


Rev. M. S. Fayson pastor
N.W. Street
2749 49th
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1960 Sunday Srhool ____...._ 9:30 Rev. Eo D. Richardson pastor
Morning Worship ._,. 11:00
Annie Pratt reporter
League ...-............................. 5:00 r Sunday School ?..,.,?-?-, 930
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. Evening Worship __ 7:00 Morning worship _._ 11:00

Rev, C J. Bump pastor L. A. Thompson, pastor St Paul held its budget rally on
Claudia WUsoa reporter Sunday School _, Pit Jan. 24. A total of SM8.06 was Ml. SINAI BAPTIST

Sunday Scnool 9M Morning worship ..-.....,... 11:01 raised during the rally. All hon- /
I Iteming worsntp IhM BTU bat cerned were happy over the. results D. B. reporter

Evening onoia. >> ........ 1:00 Evening worshto ., ............., 7:01 of the project's work and /1 M '-1 \0 Rev. S. A. Thomas, pasta
pledged to work ever harder Sunday School -. ......,. 11.0
We have tick members la the First Sunday services will be next time. The public is always MRS. DOCIA HOWELL I Morning worship ...,L..i.-_ 11.-Of
1 hospital and home, let us con-
as usuaL The choirs will sing invited to St. Paul.
tinue In prayer for them. jointly both morning and evening The No. 2 Steward Board of

I and t he Lord's Supper will Mi ZION A. M. E. Trinity CME Church wishes to; St. John's of The Nazarene
be administered. recognize the outstanding conrtibutkms -, Ins N.W. 58th Terrace
I The men of the church: will 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. of time talent and finance -: Lawrence
Hick Assodste pastor Reddtck.
Her O. L. pastor
meet Saturday' evening at 8 Opa Locka of Mrs. Docia Howell. Mrs. Frank
reporter Bryant Associate
M. T. Copeland,
m Sunday School ..,...........- t30 o'clock to make arrangements Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor Howell has spearheaded drivesfor Sunday School ._............. 10:00
Worship ......._. 1M* for the annual contest between Sunday School .,.... .......... 930 the church during the p a s t Morning worship 11.00
ISO them and the women. This event Morning Worship .. 11:00 five .months. She is. a mother, a Evangelistic service .... 3:00
i B. T U. .......... 7:0 takes place on the fourth Sun- League 5:00 wife, a social leader and a Chris
Evening Worship -- day in March. Evening Worship .._.......r., 7:00 tian. 0 C. Crumbl: president
i Sunday Feb. 7. the deaconsln Members are glad to learn of of Steward Board No. 2 Is proudto ST. JAMES A. M. E.

charge o* prayer services The the safe return of Mrs. Louise EBENEZER METHODIST sponsor Mrs. Howeil as one of Rev. II. McNeal Harris
musk for pastor
choir will furnish the Seymour from Los Angeles Cat, the outstanding women of Trinity Mrs. Sadie F. Dean
The usher boards will Rev. Aaron O. Bail pastor t reporter
the day. morolna aDdD1&hL where she went to see her son CME. Rev W. V. Geary is the Sunday School .......-.........._ 930
I work combined who was sick. He is much im Sunday Ernestine School L. llambttck..reporter P30 pnt r.The. I Morning Worship ...._... 11:00A.

proved. Morning service ....-..... 11:<< I'' first Sunday in Feb. is going C. E. League ......_ 530
I The Her. J. W. Stevenson of .. 7:00 Evening Worship ...........- 7.00I
ST. MARY'S W. M. Evening service to be a bit da, We expect I
I ntchbug Ga. will be the speaker *
CME in the Miami area to
I lie will also pr hUonday both services Sunday every I HOLY REDEEMER
for the day. Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor During be present and to partake of the

I through Wednesday.. to Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter the Holy Communion will be ad. Lords Sjpper in the ohureh of I, Mass 7 and 10 (Sundays)
I su&hts. We kDo1f"O\l. Sunday School ...... ..,...-.,... *43 ministered.' The pastor urges you their Fathers Ours is a great Nevena 730: Wed.' mgnt)
I hear him $o be present.hut tD&. Evening Worship ?....-....., 7:00 to be present heritage in the history of religion. Baptism b? Appointment
I sick and -
Pray far Choir No.1 will be in chargeof
Forning Worship 11:00 Many of us Georgians rememberthe Information ClaM 8 pm. in
class meeting on Tuesday first taste of Christ when our School. AD
are invited'
I MT. HERMON A. M. E. Sunday School was opened by night parents carried us to the CME Everyone is ekme at Holy
John Bullard. Classes took their Wt"dnt-.day night at 730 o'clock Church. Let
us tune to Trinity on
I RtT, Um.*l Gay, paatorI respective places with.betr. the Youth Fellowship Movement Io the first Sunday in honor of our Mt. Pleasant
Sunday School ..... .. fcMI teachers at their posts. Lessonwas will be held in the church basement parents. Some other activities, jf
Morning worsiup llsu reviewed by Mr. Dullard. All youth of the: church are Trinity tor this month will be an 2170 Washington Street
I Evening worsnip ---- 7700ruoaciu Miss Carol Paul was acting sec asked' to be present and on time officer dedication' services" on Opa Locka

I Committee retary. Ebenezer' was proud to have Feb. 14 st 7 pjn. A mapumious Sunday School ...._.. g-jo am
I things are still hap,taI Morning worship was led by Buddy Johnscn as guest at the dinner on Feb. 21 and a trcpieal Morning worship ...__... \\ am
Bluer Little Church the pastor, subject, "God's De- morning worship on Sunday. sip on Feb. 28. Evening service 'IlC
at the Biggest "
ing vine Care, theme 1 am with
I in Town thee and will keep thee In all You are urged to pray for and
visit the sick and shut-ins. They CHURCH
I Wednesday night Her. J. Ot- thy ways." Everyone was spiritually ST. MARY'S W. M.
are: Sisters Anna Smith. 2501NW
will blessed. No. 2 choir furnished Rf'Y. H. C. Samuels. palto
man and his correlation 55th tcrr. Maude Ingram, Rev. E. A Culmer, pastorMrs.
I behalf of tube musk. with Mrs. Ida MrKlnnon Mrs. Evelyn Granger reporter
render service on at the organ. No. 1 ushers 1461 NW 6th court; Prescola S. Dawkins, reporter' Sunday School .. .. ._.._ 40
beard No 1. served. Thompson, ice NW 5th ct. He. Sunday School ,.......-...... 30 M(nlnl servxe .?. ... 11:00
I all members en C Branch and Llllie M., Morning worship .. 11.OC BTU .
We are asking The 7 pm devotion was kd by ? -mu.? .. 335
MLI Thomas Jackson Hospital. Evening worship ----- --,,. 73C Evening
I young people and children of the pastor. Ills subject was worship .. 730

Hermon to come out Friday night "What the World Needs Today -- A r
I to LovefeasLI No. 1 choir furnished: music with -
Mrs. G. McFrd at the organ. No.I
the baby
Please don't forget 2 ushers served.
I contest that comes Ul the aecood

I Sunday. Feb. 14. Let's make this Sunday being the first Sunday I L.jJ11J II IS O.K. ATBAKER'S
I the very best contest in the. history of the month Holy Communion I II -
I of Ut Harmon.I .. will be administered. The publicIs
cordially Invited to attend our
Remember to pray or Yi&1tbe 36th annual conference beginningFeb.

I sick and sbu1DLBAHA'I 23 thru 28 at St. Mary'a

W. M C Church, 1600 NW 3th
I ASSEMBLY court Everyone Is welcome to %

come: and visit our church. We
I Mrs. Lucille Buttin. secretary-
I treasurer of the Coral Gables. division ire praying for our sick folks I
here and elsewhere.
[ United Nations AssodaI I
I Uoo will lead the. dUcussion at
I the Baha'i enter 137 NW llthI CORINTH BAPTISTRev. i 137 North MiamivAVciiiiii7

I ave.. 7 p-m. S4nIU'. Fw '. Her W T. Thomas, pastor
I subject will be .'Universal Langu- 1450 N.W. Svth Street
I ..eo" Everyone is cordially inVIted Fbone OX 1-6493

I to participate in this discus- Sunday School .,, tfc

I sion.. Morning worship 110Bveming NO MONEY
worship 730 DOWN'
I METROPOLITAN AMEI and successful----pastor-- -

and bear gospel preacher
Come a
Rev U. M. Salmon pastor
I Sundajr School ..- 8JOMOlI1.W1&
I worship -- 1100 FIRST UNITARIAN ? tglke niofiy month* fr> bay!
.... 7:00
I Evening worstup "Bhie Laws A Minority "' '" '
'VY> ; >v'v vv-- '. '-' : : .- '' :.-"-. -, !\: -.- Pv'f= ; \ >/ .\:;
will be the sermon' topk .. .
Opinion" '' "* '
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i !' 'i'' *" -? ** <-' ; --ii-.V1" "'
I[ ST. PAUL A. M. E. minister of the of Rev.the Robert First W.Unitarian Sonen. buy pjphf ClofHwgi f urriituel SlJjBbeesiWv

Rev. M. J. Fayson. pastor '*" '. ..,' '' ' iri '
Church. 46 SW 29th road on Sunday / : :& ; 'j p3''
I 19th SU and 4th Court
School MlI Feb. 7, 11 aon. Following! youn ______________
the service covered' dish lun
I Morning worship ..... 1WXACJS
ISO cheonwrl be held and the program

Evening League worship-_...-..... 7:00 will include a film strip of! wltH
the Life series on religion entitled ilidfi eon//dence In oiie of Ihd

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST At 8J5"Confucianism that evening' the Jefferson tooth oMesf
1371 NW. Nth Terrace Club wtll discuss -What, storcsl
Rev. Ernest Williams pastor I Can we do about Fuc1.a.rD'at. ........................................ti

Sunday School __- fclOI i their meeting at the home at, NAME
I Morning worship 11:0 Miss Charlotte Davis, 2154 SW

BTU -5:30 23rd streetWALKER ADDRESS
Evening- worship .. -r... T pon and a
[ L B. Brown reporter TEMPLE : PHONE. . . . . . . . ; fft **< be opened

The Atlantic Coast Associationof (Church 179 N.W.of God 69th In Terr.Christ) i Mew Us U LIJ.aI. . .... .... . .. ..... . I Of y vf IfniTiecffata iffa.
Baptist Churches will convene 1 1

L at New Bethel Feb. 24 thru the Minister S. Mcintyre, reporter EMPLOYER. . . . . . . . ;
[ 29th. et's not forget the date. All Elder J. J. James, putor

members are urged to please register Sunday School ...-.......-- IfcOO ADDRESS . . . . . . . ; NORfDITAPfJutt I
with the secretary. Noon Service .....w.- 12:00
YPWW 830 List 2 Pieces w... V.. Have c.Ma+ i
The second Sunday in this Evening Service .... &00Don't
month marks the anniversary of 1. .. . . . . . . . .
f our pastor. There will be a program -
I at 3 pjn. la Rev William's 2. . .. . . . . . . .
[honor. Sister Rosa Lee Harris is Fret Fight _.._ Say "Charge ItI
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[on the skdt list. Let's not forget Join The NAACP
! to pray for the shut-ins.




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Why -

Honor The Blessed Broward PUN PHUN

Virgin Mary County llf ritIL 06SOFKII

8y Father Robert DtGrandl tale.
Newsy Jamaica May Leave
Hely Redeemer Church M.*ml MAIL CALL
West Indies Beautiful Home oa
Many there are who hare been X hear that postal rates may go Your Lot
trained from childhood to believe up. This does not have my stamp Federation
that one of the clear proof Walter Dews of approval I hope the increased j' l

of the faklty of the Catholic .... rates are cancelled out before I I')' Washington Premier Norman (JIv aieta
.. .
Church U to be found In the hon .. -.-- they are posted. However, if they Manley says he Is prepared to
or that is paid to the Blessed Star Light Lodge No. Ml meets do go into effect 111 go along lead Jamaica out of the W e s t
Virgin Mary. They cannot under Friday Feb. 5, I p.m. it the Masonic with them because I believe :D i Indies Federation this year unless
stand why prayers are offered to Temple Pembroke following postal regulations to I I the federation government adopts
on Road.
her so that she bring them to net All members ore asked to be the letter. (Where else?) I jI j la more cooperative attitude toward
Dime Son. At the same time it present where Jamaica.
is true' that many non-Catholics women see as postal they clerks.are Now hiring this "I am prepared to take a walk Complete. bstIdhi ......

when they learn what are the The C. W. H. Chamber of Commerce is OK with. me, as I believe in!, he told reporters.The .
genuine foundations of Catholic meets. next Monday at 830pan. the equality between men and,I premier suggested that Jamaica
devotion to Mary, are drawn by at Carver Lounge Motel All women and I hope we men could become either a dominion BUILDING
it irresistibly SQ that soon they members are asked to be at this make it some dayl yet it I or part of a loose confederation FINANCING'
are looking upon her u a won meeting J. T. Dunn, president.The does seem strange. I always including Trinidad, British Year New Heme
derful heavenly friend interested thought the post office was for Honduras and British Guiana.
in them. Fcr: the truth is very South Broward Saving U, S. Msle only. He said he had warned the e RIPAIRJNQe
simple and clear, and is all coo Club will meet Wednesday tae British government during hisrecent RKMODILINa
tamed the It Is symbolic to me that Lincoln -
following points.Mary
10 at the borne of Paraell Mffler, should be pictured on our visit to London of Jamal. RENOVATING
is the mother of Cod. SW 28th St and 40th ave. Hyde most popular stamp the fourcent ca's possible secession from the
Catholics do net believe that GxJ Park. All members are requested one. Now he is on the tongue federation. I Over Twenty Veer efCenetrvetlen
was "bound" by any compulsion to be present Jfanmy Saunders, of every Southerner they're giperleneesaetlew
to have a mother. They believe president. stuck with him! If there is any ............ .....,
that lie "chose" to have a mother satisfaction in It for them because KEEP MJQR MfeJ*
and all that this implies. He chose The Broward County BHuUe- they finally got him "!kit.ed. -
to permit His human body to be ians' Unit tad Guild will presentits ," let them remember it can G01NG1JICK_ .. 9V RJ L i7BJD

formed In the womb. He c h o s e third annual. Valentine Show only be done when his back is w.....-w vw _-_.a== ( ( LSD(!m
to permit her to bring Him forthas turned. -.r..w .never- Jac
end Dance co Monday, Feb. I at ...-------.....a
chose a tiny to let baby her into feed the world. He the Paradise Club in Liberia at While living in Reno, Nsvsda, I.r.-.-..r..r..........ra...-rw--..-. NE 5-4171
carry 9 W. C. Baker will furnish
pm. a number of wife
years ago my
Him in her arms guard Him music. AU who will like to cater and I were expecting our second 1121 N.W. 29th Street
from dancer, and teach Him MI J I I the fashion show contact Mrs. child I notified our relatives back: :::7i e 1l MkMMlMIAMI'S
any child would be taught teach Eleanor V. Bowe at 4444 SW 17th in Chicago beforehand how they 4
Him to walk. talk pray. He std, or call YU 3.925Tickets would know if it was a girl or .
thereby chose to grant only now on sale. Donation tJOO.. boy. I was to telephone if it was 1 Io-..... .- -- '.
power over Him that 1-----
a girl and If a boy would writsa
can bestow. Catholics believe that Carver Ranches ElementaryPTA letter heir male. Turnedout
in cnosing a mother the Son of meets Wednesday Feb. 10, to be a girl so wt call her
God chore to grant her the pow a pn. All parents are asked to because of her birthplace, our MOST DESIRABLE APARTMENTS
er over' His will that the love of be present Mrs., Susie Daniels, peach-o-Reno.
a good mother always 'wields president; Mrs. E. Moss secre Completely furnished adequate parking area,
over a rod son If there Is any tary.
mistake in the honoring of Mary, Beautifully landscaped large spacious room
then let the OPPORTUNITYFulltime
objectors blame I
Jesus Christ who started this A Pre-Vataertine Dane win be pay for part-' All Ground Floor Building
treat tradition by electing her toM sponsored by the PTA Friday,
time work. Ambitious people $20 WEEKLY CHILDREN ALLOWED
intimately associated with Feb. 12, t pa*, at the Carver
Him. Ranches School auditorium. The who wish to earn more than
P\IbUC Is tovited. just a livinf. Established FLORAL PARK APARTMENTS
Jesus never makes mistakes He
csnt because He is God. How The Rev. L Hepburn asks his aince 1908 our Insurance 2474 N.W. 53th Street PL 44)782yeblJ

can anyone contest His choice maay friends to drop ia and see Company U expanding operations
and our honoring of the woman bins at the Sugar Bowl on Pembroke into the Negro areas
of His eternal selection Road when they some UHailaadale. of South Florida. Experience
Hot loaches and cold
Mary U mother of all men. '
desirable but not essentital.
Catholics drinks ere always ivaOaMe. ;
believe that the Son of
W. will train and assist
God chose to come into the world zou
through a mother in order that The Carver Ranches PTA will in getting your state insurance
this mother might accept as His eekeeate Us Founders Day 011 l cea... Minimum high I. .*h... xr.M. 'T"r ..i -

brothers all the children of the Feb. 10. The- motto for the occasion school education. Send res
sinful race of man. He set an example
is: "The spirit of unselfish and
as to how she should be services as well M the problem of u. phone number,
honored and loved He preparedher the little ca&tf. recent snap-shot if availableto 0
fer this motherhood of aU by Insurance, 1112 NW 3rd
asking her to suffer every conceivable Samuel Nell of veer Ranches .
.. Miami Fla.
form of pain thus teaching left this week. for Nassau, where a. ,
her sympathy for the sorrows be will visit relatives aDd frieads.
of her children. Had she
been. His mother alone, He would
have spared her this pain because U3TtX C ALKXT reveres tsr.nre

He had the power to do so Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted Nat N W JVMi A. m.s OX 17U

and because He loved her with an Guaranteed .... .......?.........._...... $4.75

infinite first love. He wrought His I Your Portrait-Only ............... $1.00
public miracle at her request e
and when he 'was dying He Claa Ring, Luggage, Waiche, Radio, -
reminded her that she had been
destined Guaranteed WaUhee ........ from $6.95
from the beginning to bea L -
mother to all. Catholics there- .
fore believe that Mary will be as
eager to help them in trouoles 1183 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 41522 ," /. j/.1

of soul and body as every natural .. .
mother it eager to promote the '

welfare of her child. __%tT T __

In St. Luke we read in the first I I -5
chapter that Mary went to visit Used TV's $19.95Authorised i
her cousin Elizabeth and upon j ..

entering into her pretence she Service oa All Make of
uttered a prophecy which is denied
by many who refuse to hon TrasulsUr RadioeSOOTIN'S I

or Mary She herself says in the TV
holy text: for, behold, henceforth j c
all generation shall call 321 N.W. 3rd Avesasie FR 3-1589 i snr scw, ss Avshw* aunt/1ASWA.Pa..... 0i 14$1b of$4113O..r
me be! edM The very proof of Hot than 2* yean of reliable service

the scripture Is an end to all discussion. nor Alb..a..e.O.... Orr ears........ a.M.rwwl. ......
Horn-ever to add another
point from common sense, we I III
have only to look at honor paidto
the wife f th. nret'rtent ihe Is
eM'ed' the "first lady of the land."
Merely by beint the spouse of PROFESSOR HOMES U our aim to reader a ceMscUatious service.
the president she 1* paid' more
respect than any other woman in Reasonable. in price and satisfactory in every detailMORTICIANS

our country Many groups have
honored her directly and thus indirectly Psychic StudioTrue
they have honored the
president Bv honoring Mary, we r
honrr Her Divine Son who cave
us His Own very mother. While advice ..ve many dollar and
giving us !HJ life 'n the cross,
He .',o -av ns JI'. mother In the untold worries. Why go through life
Gospel of St John chapter I', "
we read: "Weman, behold thy
Son. Then he said to the disciple unhappy T Bring tJda ad I'll show

"Behold thy Mother. Christian
tradition from the time of Christ you the way to success. A natural
has shays held as true that the
disciple here was a symbol of. born true medium.
the whole human race so that'
Jesu hat you and me in mind

when Iff lave this Chosen Woman door look for hand sign
to humanity. Take bu 14 to ,

-- -- -- -- 2118 N.W. 62nd St. Phone OX 1.3012 334 N.W. 10th Street Phone FR 1-7679

Register Today! Miami Florida L. L. RICHAROeON. JR., OWN


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PACE 12 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1960(I j In sad but loving memory oi I The family of the late. In loving memory of our dear

1 cur dear beloved husband, father husband, father and grandfather
"., ,.
i grandfather ,

CARDSMEMORIALS who departed JAMES this A. ROBERTS life Feb. 3, 1954 1 1I

| "Though you're so far away 1I I
I beyond the range of the sun and

CARD OF THANKSWe CARD OF THANKSThe 5 I I with stars J'OU.Of but all our love is still 4w I .

take this method of ex?reUsing family of Mrs. Irene Roberts, wife ,
our sincere thanks to the MRS. ALBERTHA BLUE P ,' Ri
many friends of the late. take this method of expressing r
MRS. MARTHA SANDS our sincere thanks and gratitude| OF THANKS

WELTERS to the many friends for cards I
mho departed thia life January 2, telegrams, floral pieces and donations We. the family of the late, I
of cars during our recent
Thanks' to all of you who lent bereavement. Special thanks i wish to express our sincere
telegrams" cards of sympathy and the Iflcuse of Albert Funeral thanks and gratitude to our many
to those who gave us the use of Home for 1 Its courteous service. friends and neighbors for their r .
their cars and Coral sprays. Gratefully yours t''help and consolation during our 1
Special thanks to her pastor i Mrs. Bessie Beal and Fanuly bereavement Special thanks to i
Father J. H. Reese Rev. F. A.; r. the National Alliance of PosAl s
Hooper the Key West Undertaking IN MEMORIAM I I Employees and Woman's AuxillI -
Co. for their splendid service I ary employees: of Soucaue Cleaners
rendered. Northwestern Cafteria Staff r ; ;
Your kindness will never be In loving memory of our deal> and class, trustees faculty and

forgotten., brother, I students of Bethune-Cookman ----- ........ .
May God bless all of you. EARL W. PARKS College and neighbors of Alber- a. P'. .,.
The Family who departed this life Feb. 3, tha 1I L&hta. ALOXZA LEE ALLEN
1959. who departed this life Dec 29, HORATIO J. SWEETING
Key WestCARD Mrs. Thelma C. Mumford
Loving memories never die, 1959 wish to extend (its thanks who departed this life Feb. T,
As years roll en and days pass b> Daniel mother and appreciation to its many 1933.
Mumford father
OF THANKSThe In our hearts a memory Is kept. Grand friends and relatives for their Gone, but not forgotten
and host of
Of one we loved and will nevi relatives kind sympathy donation of cars, Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting
family of the late forget. and floral wreaths. Special thanks And Family
DANIEL CLINCH The Parks Sisters to Rev. A. D. Hall and the auxiliary
of 2445 NW ISftth St, wish to IN MEMORIAMIn of Ebenezer Methodist

express their deepest appreciation IN MEMORIAM Church, neighbors of 6th Ct. 6th
to their many friends for their. loving memory of our dear ave. and 19th st Bernard (Bookie DEATHSHouse :
kind words, cards telegrams, sister ) Ingraham and crew active' I
floral pieces and very kind deeds In sad but loving memory of THERESA! NAIRN and honorary pallbearers and the
during his illness and death. my dear wife Gone, but not forgotten. Francis Funeral Home for their

Special thanks to the Range Loving and kind In aU her ways efficient serviceamily I of Albert .
Funeral Home St John Baptist Upright and just to the end of
Church and Mt. Zion Baptist her days
Church. Sincere and true in her heart
Mrs. Ada Clinch and Family and mindA IN MEMORIAM
beautiful memory she left be-

Thank You MessageTo p Sisters hind. In memory of our loving
.l daughter and sister. ,
the members and friends of Afeeina Bethel __ _
the St. John Baptist Church and Carrie Sawyer w---
the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, and Delia Hale!

to the many friends of the late a
Mr. Daniel Clinch. We wish to 'N MEMORIAMIn

thank each and everyone of you
Ur the many cards letters and sad but loving' memory of
personal service tended my sis cur dear mother.
tet'. Mrs. Ada Clinch during the J
illness and death of her husband. .
We can only say thank you for
betng so kind to her and may 1 l r
God bless' each of you in a spec* 4.
", r
ial way.
Mrs. Hattie Johnson I .
Slater of Mrs. Ada Clinch
2443 NW 156th St. w--d a

Thank YouWe. who departed this life Feb.>> 3. .r

We. the family of the late. 1959 and was buried Fob 7, 1959. { Neal Feldvr of 2520 NW 182nd .i
DAVID McCOY Sweet memories of her still 4.'.. st Opa Lock, died in Jackson
wish to express our sincere and timers in my heart. There Is a .. Hospital Jan. 26. He was sent to
heartfelt thanks to our many land of cure delight where saints I I f k k' Ocala Jan. 31 where funeral services
friends and neighbors for their immortal reign Infinite joys exclude were conducted on Feb. I.
thoughtfulness and consoling the night and pleasures ; He la survived by his widow.
words and deeds during our recent baniabpalD. Mrs. Tithe FYlder, mother of
bereavement Special thanks I take this method of expressIng MJtS. WINIFRED INGRAHAM Ocala; four .to, children; a sis.
to Rev. P D. Brantley and mem / my sincere thanks and teat! CURRY ter; three brothers including
ben of Israel Bethel P. B. tude to the many friends and re who died Feb. 4 and was burled Rev C. E Fetder of South Miami
Church and to the Houe of Al. latives for their heartfelt sympa Feb. 9. 19M May she rest In
for untiring service. May thy. peace We loved you but Jesus
Ccd bless all of Ellis Branson husband loved you best Caiwtte Roundtree of 2031W
The \ 67tt *t. apt. 7, died at her
Family IN MEMORIAMIn I MRS CALCXECULMER: Mrs. Lula Ingraham mother I home Jan 36. She .y survived by
who departed this life Feb. 3. John ln abam. father t six daughters, four sons, 41 grandchildren
MEMORIAMIn 1949. Four sisters and C and 42 great grandchild-
sad but loving of dear sad but loving memory of Gone but not forgotten Two brothers ren. She was sent to Barwick. Ga.
memory our
my wife, one, I The world may change from year Feb 1 where burial was held.
to year

.Our liven from day to day IN MEMORIAMIn Olivia Elaine Caldwell, afar
But the leve and memory" of daughter' of Mr and Mrs. Daniel

you dear mother. sad but laving 1:: memory of \CaldweU"" A 2411 NW Stfc st, died
"" "" Shal! never pans away. our dear dauber! and filter.JOSEPHLNE n Jackson Hoxpui Jan. 23.
.;.. ,,", Mrs Zillie Jones daughter Chapel service were conducted
,.. Mrs Ala Hobbs. daughter -Ian--. -- -.at. ., .........-..-. &D'U.-Y._. ____ ....
r m + U.
.- ,;:' Edward Daniels son fI.1. otftctaUng Interment in
:", Four granddaughters Lincoln
One grandson
"..:_'.'-.::"' ,;. 1'' ; Five great grandchildren .
,. Five sisters W ie Bell died irt Jackson
\ Four brothers Ucjp.tal Jan. 39. He .is survived
Jf { bF t> a orottwr. Henry B 41 tl Tal-

\ IN MEMORIAM f R ere.rhassee incomplete.Funeral arrangements

: ,.::1:1.tt I father In memory of our beloved SM'I'M Mrs Irene' Wooden of 10645
6e St.. Perrine. died in
Kendall 1
*ho departed this: life Feb. 8, furv'ved: : Hospital by Feb. 2. She is
,( 4' '.; t., 1959. two sisters a broth.
., er Funeral services will be
# t.j Emma Jones wife conducted
:a I Feb 6
I pm. at Hurst
: per \.j-. ;,, -, Afeertha Benjamin, Jones,. son :' Chapel AME Church Rev. Grta-
Battle daughter
f : f "' Alfonsa patter The body will lie in
J son i nose') in the chapel from 3
Emma Lou Jones daughter Fr-da pjn.
{ ; umu funeral time. Burial
ALLEGRA A. JOHNSONwho Willie Lee Jones, son in Paradise

departed this life Feb. 5, THEOPHILUS CALVIN John Barbara L. Jean Jones,Jones son daughter ,

1954. I ADDS RLY, &11. Six grandchildren .
Gone but not forgotten. who drparted'th1.t I
Mq life Feb. J
she rest In peace. .. 1962. I J. B. SMITH 4
I Freeman Johnson husband Now the labourer's task la Vet IN MEMORIAMIn
Three sons. and family Now the batUe day. in past;
a Now upon the farther shore sad but loving memory of
Lands the our dear mother grandmother
voyager at last
Father In thy gracious keeping and great t ndmother. Electrical Contractor
i Leave we now thy servant McCRAY JOHNSON
sleeping who departed this life Feb. 2. "who, departed CUs Ue Jan 31 HOUSEWIRING"Don't

February 29 The Adderly Family 1953.Gone ,
but not forgotten. 1943.Gone, but not forgotten cuss Call uaw

B. T. W. Auditorium The Family-- --- ---- May she rest' in peace and light PHONE OX 1-3625 f
perpetual shine
upon her. j j
Drive Carefully! Your Vote is Needed Mrs. Louise Johnson, mother Night or DayTHE
Thelma McDonald, g..u

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Range I held on Feb. 2 at 1:30 pjn. from MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA FURNISHED ROOM. Apply at
I the chapel Burial In Lincoln 1376 NW 70th st or call Pit

Frank Thomas of 214 NW 14th Cemetery. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1960 PAGE 13 8-0737.
it died at his residence on Jan
28. Survivors include his widow,, Funeral services for Mrs. Lot- CHOICE- apt New
Florence a son, Eddie; two step_ tie Mae Ross, 2230 NW Slat terr. bulldl", 524 NW 22nd st FR
daughters Mesdames Vashti Morris were held on Feb. 1 from Free- 1-3576.
real Baptist Church at 130
and Gladys Riley.' p.m.
a stepson.
Burial In Evergreen Cemetery. FURNISHED 1-bedroom house
Frank Johnson. 3 sisters. Chapel!
services were conducted on Feb. 2351 NW 58th st Call NE 5-1 MO
3. Burial In Lincoln Cemetery MIAMI TIMES ADS

Frank Rutherford Jr. of 56)) Listen to This!
NW 13th at.. died in Jackson Hos THEY PAY!
pttal Jan. 30. He survived
brother Rev. Adam Rutherford. Call OX 1-0421 TODAY! THE NEW-WAVE

Funeral services were conductedin BEAUTY SALON
the chapel on Feb. 3. Burial ItLincoln. GRAY HAIR WANTEDMAN

OR WOMAN Specializing in marcel and

Mrs. Olivia Pleasure of 272J Now you can leek 20 year set waving, cutting and tint.

NW 48th st. died' at her resident younger DIGNIFIED CAREER POSITION FOR RENT Ing. Any regular hair-do $3.
on Jan. 31. She Is survived by With Science's Newest Dlstevtry Come in and wash
Immediate permanent jobs h I your
her husband Albert, a daughter,
Mrs. Clend' Johnson three EGYPTIAN POMADE available for trainees In professional I CHOICE APT. One 2-bedroora clothea and get your hair
Ade. and Lucious sons sales.Personnel. apt downstairs. 426 NW 15th st do. Located 1775 NW 54th
Kerrey three
; say goodbye to gray hair' with Call
and Yard enclosed. Free water.
salary top ,
grand and nine great grand new fragrant pomade with Ian*. commissions for men and women OX 1-3494. F8 St., next to Suds or Duds
children and a sister Funeralservicee "". Apply' simply' al your regularhalrrfrenine.
I who Qualify Wash tone tte. Phone
will be conducted' Feb. a .
Gray hairs disappear' who qualify. Call FR 4-1581. 4 Il Rl.D OOM CBS A-: with 2
1 at First
at Baptist Church
gradually. Leave hair beautifully
8MS NW 25th
baths. ave. OX 1-2613
of Brownsville. Rev. E. Brown
soft and lustrous. Will not streak
3-3198 OX 15851.
will officiate. Burial in Lincoln. or rub off. SUNBRIQHT UPHOLSTERY or
Special oner. Return this ad with ROOM. To couple. In Liberty
Mrs. Louise Moore of 5026 NW
W. all of furniture.
12.00 for full results' cover types City Phone OX 1-2073 or OX
12th died In Jackacn
ave. tb-
1449 NW Srd Are, FR 1-0825. .
pita on Feb. I. She is survived EGYPTIAN PRODUCTS 71239.FS
by her husband Charles mother
LOOKING FOR a clean room
Mrs. Virginia White a son, a 8163 N.E. 2nd Ave. FOR SALE with private bath and kitchen?

granddaughter, and other reta- .. _.. ... ..
Miami Call OX I.464. tt -5a w -*
tJves Funeral services win be 38, Florida SEVEN ROOM frame bouse. 3058

conducted' on Feb. 6 at 4 pjn. at NW 59th sL Florida room store 2-nEDROOM HOUSE. Newly
Greater Israel Bethel Primltivi and refrigerator Call NA 1-0737
painted' also 1-bedroom half duplex
Baptist Church Rev. P D. Brant' -- before 1 pjn. daily. FS apt. %:60 NW 82nd st or .1 u .,...

ley officiating. Burial in Lincoln Homes For Sale 2220 ;NW 61st ..t. Phone MU :b: :
ONE Electric stove, like new.' 15740. r415 ::"
Mrs. Gladys Chatmon of 2110 Newly Decorated NE 51950. --= r" .

NW 3rd are, apt 5. died' In the I 1-BEDROOM Apt Children welenme. t- A ...... j ......n, ...
emergency room In Jackson Hospital -I CBS ,.+.rw ts.nre
Near bus. ..honl. Good .
FOR RENT w r b N
on Feb. 2. She is survived
I 1490 N.W 57th St tenant only 4190 NW 32nd are .... -=
by her husband Ira. two child' I FURNISHED: Efficiency. None .... ..
Open Sat and Sun. :. ...... ... :. .1.
her grandparents Rev. and .
Ten See this nice' home Last one lo better All utilities. Near bus, FURNISHED APT. Free electric ....-...It. WI.---. ......
Mrs. Neal Martin. Services will this. nice section. 3 bedroom, onearner shopln;: <<. 41DO' NW 32nd ave. and water. No children Reasonable HARLEM DRUG CO.
be conducted Feb. 8
at 3
on pm fat rate 775 NW fifth st
Low terms.
at Trinity CMC Church Rev FURNISHED ROOM In Liberty 1400 N.W. Sr4. Ave. Miami. Fla.

Gary will officiate Burial In TJn Day Nursery CIty. Call PL 7-1907 FS NEW 3-BEDROOM HOME. No Join NAACP""
coin. The
ehiMrrn At night: NE 4-7200.
Kindergarten, N W.Prif.e .
2-BEDROOM APT. Furnished or Day' OX 1-7271 4851 NW 35tfa
Mrs. Florence Smith of the reducvd." Owner wants unfurnished. All modern. Adults. ave Don't Fret Fight!
Lincoln Memorial Nursing Horn offer Must be sold now. Call Phone MU 1-0023. 729 NW 55th
of Goulds. died' in Kendall Hos.I me on this for a good deal now. Terr.
pital en Feb. 2. She is survivedby Fully equipped' and ready to

a cousin. Arthur Riley of Jamaica -: make moneyOnly WHY BOARD? 1-nwn apt furnished Get out of the rut! Come and see
B.WJ Funeral service
I all private single men or
will be conducted' at St Paul! $795 DownNew women. Sim week. S23S NW

AME Church on Feb. 6 at 4 p.m. NW Stith st area. Very 24th court.
Rev H. Fayson will officiate t i nice 2-bedrcom with Florida Bishop Hunter
Burial will be held In Evergreen room. Could be used as third S17 PER WEEK furnished' or I
I''bedroom. Near bus and schools. unfurnished 1 and 2 bedroom
Mrs. Rosa Brown of 21930 At.r apts, M4 NW 70th si TU 5-1783. WHO IS WELL

lapattah Drive Goulds died at Call E. Harry DennyPL evenings' NA I- 053. Indf"., KNOWN AS
the scene' of an automobile aed
= dent near her home on Feb. 2 7.8250 I: PROF. HUNTER

Mrs Brown, a native of H imp- LOWRIE REALTY
ton. S. C. came to Miami In 1024 I For the past 33 years
She was well known' and for i TU 7.1536

number of years operated one atMiami's t If you are sick and
most popular restaurants worried or in trouble
Her survivors Include Mesdames
Ina B1ackhear and Mamie Ker- this is the place to

Shaw nieces.' Mary and Charles' come. Don't stay in the

Newton n phcrs.. Funeral services rut. Push back the veil !

will be conducted alEbrneier t HOMESiFORSALE NO MONEY DOWN of the lack of under +
M E. Church on
6 at 10 am Rev A. Hall will ads If you own a lot, we will standing and bad luck

fixate Burial in Lincoln.Robert build a that seem to hold you

Bell 1479 NW 7 3rd 3-Hedroom 2 Bath in your track and ad f 3 r

St. died in Jackson Memorial Lovely new CBS home with vance forward by the
Hor tal on Feb 3. A native of and help of God.
Tallahassee Mr Bell has lived io builtin oven and range ,

Miami for the past 38 yean, lie many other features. No Your home and everyY

was a member of St John BaptlslChurch. OR RENTIn closing coat. Only one mort day life can be made
Survivors include his I
wife Laura six daughters two gar*. Low monthly pay' happy He will show

sent, 13 grandchildren. three Coconut Grove ment. Call now to see out you how to bypass your

brothers two "11,,". Funeral I model I home. enemies and get the

services will be conducted on -e- -, things that God put in the world for you. Let the
St. John Baptist
8 3 at
Feb.' Church.at pm Rev. T. Johnson of- .. Liberty City peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the

fi attnl. 3341 Fla. Avenue New bedroom CBS homes, power that is in you will be awaken and you will be

Richard _McBurrows the 10-I best location, several to in a higher state of mind and spirit.

month: old son of Mr and Mrs I 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, oak choose from. One mortf at e. SUNDAY 1030 A.M. TO 3 P.M.

Herman McBunws of 320 NW floors. Pay $995 down, balance less ..... ....
22nd terr. died at his home on Prof Munter'a office U open dally from 10 a ta t p.
than See this today
Feb Chapel services were rent. far readings and cn,utt tlen. Cleeed all day Wednesday. Pref.le .
Feb. 4 at 10 a-in. --- --- .
conducted on licensed by the State and County aa a Reader.
Burial was in Lincoln. Orchard Villa
3331 Fla. Avenue The Spiritual Temple of Zion Church U located at
i Starting this week to buildon
5417 Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla.
RichardsonFuneral exclusive design ina
3 bedrooms, 1 bath, oak new One mile east of 7th Ave or Highway 441, Old
better home. This is for
services fer Little Ora floors. Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remem
those who afford better
Bell Williams. even, daughter of can ber the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, than the beat. Florida.
3245 NW 44th It.. were held from Call us about this gorgeous
the clue** on Feb. 2 at 130 pm. home. Bishop Hunters also. the palter of The Spiritual. Temple at

Rev. O. E. Turner officiating. ALL OPEN FOR Zion Inc., same addrees. Visitor. welcome, every Sunday. night
Burial in Lincoln Memorial -
z Cemetery. Opa LockaS595

I & SUN. Down $82.50 month
4 Henry She tod 6900 NW 17th t
ave. died on Jan. 28 in Jackson Beautiful new 3-bedroom

HecpkaL Services held in the CBS home on large lot. Live
ciiapej on Feb. 3, it 3 p.m. with
burial in Evergreen CemeteryRev. .i for lesa than rent here. Only

O. E. Turner paster. For Information Call 2 left. Hurry!
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Leon Harrfr. God NW It'.h St.. D. & H.Construction. CASH FOR YOUR LOT R
... died on Jan. 27 In Jackson Hos.pHaL ___ _
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Funeral senric held on Co.
IVb. 2 at 1:30 pm. from the BRIGHT REALTY
1 chapel with burial In ParadkeCemetery.
HI 81119 PL 7-6456 2S3 NW 79th St
James' Glover 1379 NW 55th
Tort died on Jan. 23. Funeral, luF

the Bunche Park caMorlum

....c=c- Relaxation, Rest workers. Welcome address Miss
I Lois Newbold a sixth grader.

HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLSILiWE And FunThe The supervisors of Dade County

Dade County School Lunch met with us. Mrs. Jane Surface

_. -- Personnel Association held Its and Mrs. Dorothy SUIvslJa. and
----- ---- Mrs. Jennie
tint meeting of the New Year our new supervisor
C. EVANS THE MIAMI FLORIDA I Jan. 6 at the Buncbe Park ]Elementary Boschen.

not at the PTA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6, 1960 School eafetortmn which All dues are to be paid by
11 you were PAGE 14 was beautifully decorated with March. The region meeting win
this week
Monday of
Carnival on misled a treat There the spirit of Christmas and of the be held at Rainbow Park Ele-
you really New" Year. mentary next month, date will be
contests were rides, tames dandnj and all kinds of J. W. JOHNSON ,Opa Locka Youths The by weetinr the president wet caned Mrs.to order J.- I given later.

deliciously prepared foods. Here The PTA will hold Its regular Review Books During Giles Mrs. Bessie Williams led

is a thank you to each of you meeting on Feb. 8 at 7:30 pm. AH Week the group In the devotion. Why be Out of Style?
who out to make this affair Negro History
came parents are urged to attend. Mtantes of the last meeting war
a big success. The parents will be entertained read and approved Mrs. Louis I Let us convert your doublebreast -

Another thank is In order with a program sponsored by I Sunday. Feb. 7, from 1-1:30 Shorter was elected to serve on suit to a single breastjd,
you Mrs. E. Dean and Miss S. Osborne pm. as a kickoff during National the ways and means committee, narrow lapel. $18 up.
and it goes to the many last parents Friday along with their first and second NCMTO History Week, ten talented along fcrMa Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Your Smiling Tailors 937 NW

O to who visit took Llllie time C out Evans on to cgnler grade classes. boys and girls living In the Opa White, Mrs. Whitehead. I 3rd Ave. Reuben Hepburn Prop
their child The playlet "Come See Our Lccka area will broadcast from, Rainbow won the place for third Indf
with the teachers of
Town" is the culmination activities radio station WTEC and time. Mrs. Alice Dean U on theM -
143 came
ren. A total of parents outstanding book written I
of their units. many sick list. I
and from their various -
out on Friday finding E. O. Primus principal by and about Negroes. Sylvia Lambert, principalof Musical Extravaganza
expressions they are
these conferences to be very S. A. Osborne. reporter A special invitation is betel Bunche Park eve a short talk NORTHWESTERN PTA
extended to all children between about bow to relax and have fun.
children.beneficial to them and theIr BETHUNE ELEMENTARY the area of four to U to listen to A short program was given by THURS.. FEB. 18DRIVER'S

this program.A .
Parents and friends who came On Jan. 22 we obsf'rftdMal
out to our last PTA meeting en- gie Fryanj Day." An assembly a public service feature of
joyed the skit "The Tardy Birds" program started the day at 0 am this station, this program is de- I
which was presented to them by with Mrs. Genesta Sweeting pre signed first, to stimulate racial LICENSE I II
members of our faculty. The pur- siding. "Your Candle will always pride in our young people and I I
pare of this skit wn to let our burn in our hearts" was the second' to focus attention on the II

parents know through hearinf theme. outstanding Negro literature BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
and seem;, the way and many Presentations were made by written for children: between the.
en by the children. Slue ow Linda Adams student council ages of one to 13 years old that I

excuses that are given to teach- president l Mr*. Eugenia Williams honestly and accurately depict O'BERRY'SMAGIC
campalgn to eliminate tardiness chairman SUnshine Committee Negro life.

has been on our children have Mrs. nod Howell. president, The following books will be reviewed CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
improved considerably. PTA and Mrs Agnes Davis of the :
cafeteria staff Remarks from
Here is a special; invitation toall Mrs. Then Crowder. principal. Two is a Team SwbnmlniItole FR 4-7756

parents and friends: You an Holmes Elementary School and! Tube My Happy Days, 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
invited to come out on Tuesday former principal of Dethunet MrSamuel North Star Shining Amos Fortune -
Feb. 23, and Wednesday. Feb. 24 Grant head custodian Ralph Johnson Buncha,
at 8 pan to witness the dedication 3ethun Elementary. and Dr. George W. Carver, Aramlnla
of school and openbouse. Aramlnta's Goat, Bright AS.ittle ,
our ,Javnea W. Colmey, assistant dlin
__n_ __: -
Wednesday night: s ioiKnr-vp the atmnceof Rrorrn Baby, Golden Slipper
will be our dedication banquet vprnIuvos Mrs Alma Hrook. remark I Ms Hattie's Girl Bayou OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
Don't forget, you are Invited. were made by Mrs. Evelyn Williams. ]Boy.[ Indtro H1U. Junior. John
J Henry. Meilndy Medal Melln-
The faculty chorus rendered
LIBERTY CITY SCHOOLThe a selection, "I Love You- dyt Happy Summer and Wa SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

School Health Council is Truly" Final remarks were made J(lave Tomorrow.Era PSYCHIC READER
bv Mrs. Fryar and Principal Evans, Sheryl Jane Lewis
asking all parents to be reminded -
of the polio vacine which wffl Co< Sharon Clarke
Priacilla McKeade
Mrs. I -
rrvars retirement"
be was
Dvm orally at Liberty City
Nadean Turnquest and Walter !
Elementarv School on Thursday. son Zhmnuel, a teacher at the : -
H. Jackson will participate oa
Feb 25. Please read your paperfor geprre Washington Carver High ,this .
6c't+ooR. program.This
more details and Information. Our congratulations to Iou group is under t he direction 1.

Parents please sign Yes when ,,Mearea, a fourth grade teacher of Miss Delores Bette.DOUGLAS .e

your child brings a letter asking who was promoted to principal on
your prrmlfslcn to take the vac Jan. 20.PTA
cine. The Health Council the will ""iv+n +r -mttt The
faculty participated in the
community and your child nrfll of Star*" MI Teh. IS at 8 pjn. In second of a series of workshopson
Ipprt'dateour cooperation. cafrtnrfum Cave nut and see
Jan 23 The
workshops are an
What: National Children the teach is exhibit their talents,
outgrowth of
faculty planning to
Dental Health Week. When: Feb. along with other keel talents In help stimulate and improve, reed-
713. Where Dental Health Week the cnnmninltv: Make this a
log practices students.
will be observed at Liberty City must nn vour calender We promlee : among A
reading committee was selectedto '
Elementary' by all grades. Activities It to be a night you will never !
work on the specific' problems!
are sponsored by the School
forrptWalt. prevalent and to suggest various
Health Council Paula D. Wil C Cordon, prineital
techniques be
hams School Health Coordinator Jacqueline Cr dJy. reporter in strengthening may our children's employed Lot mj yean of t.peri.pAd.* aDd protect yon thrIP

Parents are. Invited to share in weaknesses in reading: Life a* a UgadMXtte guides la* ship U a atom
all activities which are to be curled Special Notice
outActivities The following comprise' the WIIKf OTUEItfl FAIL YOU 8KB MB
All parents of children attending committee Mesdames Aurora
For Succaaa In Business And Love
1 Bulletin board
Dorrey Junior ITlrh are cor- Crawford. Glrthla Williams Ze-
display, (2) Handouts which were dlallv invited to attend our ola Jones, Margaret Railbrd. Ar- CONSULT HER -
secured from the Dairy Council monthtv PTA meeting on Monday ken Williams Miss Thetma Hart
will be distributed to all You cam BOW have home mad happy
perils '
nlrht Feb. 8 at a pm. in the Lucretia Ere and Moseiey Doles,
and parents attending PTA' auditorium, coordinator and Mrs. Charlotte, Get and Hold the position you ao long wanted

meeting (3): Films and filmstrips A skit' with the cast consisting! Clark principal Don't Stay U the rut, get out now

on and dental discussed health will be shown of parent, will be presented for The main topic developed at the By the help of God abe can help you
classes (4) entertainment of second
your as a part workshop on Saturday was
Teachers and parent* will be i our annual Founders Day pro- developed at the second workshop I Remov evil influence, If you are aide worried or I in
given a Dental Health quiz; an (3) all pupils win be shown how urgently requested. Strengthening
to brush their teeth properly r. K LoHchnrt. principalPeter Skills" On the agenda Interpretative were Included 1C will pay yoe to call aa4 M. this Gifted Medina Pint

through the use of a set ol model L. Thomfvon. president presentations of various Where thousands corn yearly. for help and adrift, you too can
teeth and brush.
please wontyou materials by representatives, be toothed by this strange mysterious' pow-
Join us in observtac presentation of apeciment read
this week by reviewing the importance LADIES SUM DOWN IN tog kits and aDo It YouraelT WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

meuth of teeth brushing end workshop period. The MOM God wbe d llve .d MOM' and the children of ......

and early cleanliness dental treatment, balance diet YOUR HOME Arlcen Charlotte Clark principal ., old la Kill alto today aawl will open a way for yoe through
Parents. have you acquired reporter tke tro.bled..eta.1 Ufa. Lot not him taut U blind lead yea or

that birth certificate for little STAUFFERHOME tent .tarbo with ....

Johnny who will be six by Jan. PLAN De yea doabt the eslatenee of things because you cannot a.e
1. 1961 The first grade teachers JABBERWOCKMonday
are making plans for his sprint them
registration, but he won't be able Offers you reducing In What de toe think of the InvUlbl waves and aoonda th.tyaks

to attend school without that all your own home. Free demonstration. Feb. 29thB. Wlreleaa, Telephone, Radio aad Television possible
Important birth
May certificate. Call FR 3-6977 A seed before It sprouts, Rise concealed' secret, client In the
we.fIe YOU at PTA meeting T. W. AuditoriumMAGNOLIA
Tuesday Feb. 9 at pjn. indf dark earth or womb of Mature. THERE IS AX -UX8EE3IfOWHR"

Mary F. Williams princioal I
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Therefore, acquaint yourself .r .
with the one who U an .

HARLEM authority. Whose private ,. :"

SQUARE GARDENAPARTMENTS consultation will evolve you .". '

SWEET SHOPA to a higher state of mind. t ,- e
All Information is ,
COLD curt common
Strictly Confidential

tog N.W. 10th Street
I Office Hoars U a...sa-a pja.Bonoayt .

Furnished or Unfurnished Apts. 10 .... to 1 nwsa.

For The Highest fat STOVES AND REFRIGERATORS CHEAP RATES Don't Write-Call In Person r

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Call YUkon S-&M1 See Super. anytime in Apt. 2 1657 N.W. 73rd St, Miami

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K ey West Southernmost America's wfll be a Revival Campaign ,I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1960 PACE IS

City to be held at the Church .. .
of God 1821 NW 2nd
ct, beginning
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rrr---- ---- ---- = Feb. 7 with Evangelist NOTICEA -
Joseph Taylor of the Bahamas
$6 MILLION conducting services The Do You Have
ANNUAL VISIT I public k invited. nightly. special meeting of all Beauticians a

Bishop II. B. Shaw who preside TAXES OWEDBY Rer. John H. Wooddd pastorTicket morning will Feb. be 8 at held 10 o'clock Monday at Drinking Problem?
over the 6th district of then
809 NW 3rd Mrs. ALCOHOLICS
A : Zion Church, brought a Locations For
I DADDY Muldrow and Mrs. BH11 Pitts. ANONYMOUSCAN
delegation! to the city on Friday
Jan. 23. The delegation was I Martin Singers HELP YOU
cheerfully received and was acclaimed Washington The Internal Concert Concerts Booked For No dues or fees
Revenue Service
by the city. announced to
day it U. claiming that nearly six Dade AuditoriumTwo PHONE
The prelate preached at St million dollars in back taxes and I Tickets for the Roberta Martin
Stolen' AMEZ Church Sunday assessments were owed by Charles Singers can now be purchased at Gospel slogs and one pianist FR 90282
morning. Jan 24 and at Cornish M. (Sweet Daddy) Grace. the following locations: I, are booked for Dade County OX 1-1278

Memorial Church at night He was Lif'fY ....,.,.... .111M.. ......h........ ...__ Rat.Downtown. C..wAw.! 41 area::..._: Hartley's,.A1f. Rw Cut/1 Auditorium for the month of
accompanied by Mrs M. AdderleylShaw ------ -- t'-I'OtT- February, according to Ralph
mJasknary supervisor fez ties which the evangelist owned ave, Thomas Blue at the Council Oilman, auditorium manager..
the South Florida Conference. In 13 states and the District of for the Blind 470 NW llth at.. The first gospel sing Is for
She is the '*ife of the bishop. Columbia. Negro Precinct Police Station Sunday Feb' 28 when' Mt, Tabor
This trip to Nassau where the prelate of Prayer for All People" with a 2nd ave.Grocery Store, 1201 NW Martin Singers at :30 p.m.

wilt hold the Bahama an- died claimed in' Los following of 3 million Liberty City: Mt. Tabor Baptist On Thursday Feb. %5. Philippe
Angeles Jan.
haul ccnference.Several 12-
IRS said it is church 1701 NW 17th ave. between ftiniyks. famous pianist, from
filing the liens the hours of 7:30 to 10 New York City will be presented -
other to
the bishop.persons Alexander accompanied Grace protect owed' its taxes claim for that Daddy pm. (use rear entrance.) by St. Ames Episcopal Church 943 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Barnes, director public relationsfor IMS the years Bmnmsvllle; Neals Super Mar- In a concert at the auditorium
1956. The precise' ket. 48 25 NW Phone FR
the denomination and his claim is $3,969.000. : 27th ave. located on West Flaglar St. at 3-9366
father E D Barnes Durham! Richmond Heights; Frank C. 29th: ave.Gamma.

NX* aVw: with Everette Rose, Liens were filed in Maryalnd.,, Martin Elementary School For
and S. A Be front the tobaccc Pennsylvania. Virginia, Gt' l'lia. any information relatives to theconcert Zeta Omega
call CE '-m!.
North Carolina. I
town Mrs Rosanna Nelson South Carolina
I l Perrine: Mrs. Coretha Observes Founders'Day
Connecticut, New Phflllpe
fc-wrk. N J and Mb France, York. Massachusetts. I 10210 SW
131st stHomestead
Atkins. Episcopal J seerretry. were Ohio New Jersey Florida -
also members of the party.W and Michigan. Parlor and Ida's: Sweeting's Cafe. Beauty

NO other detail of the action West Hollywood; Molesse In observance of Founder
H Zander* dub ef Bethel m"ere immediately available Beauty Shop 3909 SW 20th st Day. sorors of Gama' Zeta Omega -
AME Church' met at the d+heerh Meanwhile in New Bedford. Sunday Feb 29 at 3 o'clock" Is Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha
center lat week Meeting' was, Ms**., a Boston attorney Hid he the big day to hear. the famous Sorority worshipped together at
e,- ned with nur president pre is tevestlaating reports that Martin Singers The place Is the Grace Pry )1H1aft Church, the ,
siding. MiM Mtepah Kemp After POO which Grace had on his $80.-1 Dade County Auditorium 2901 last Sunday In January. The \ jj
the regular routine of businesswas son disappeared at the time W Flagler St Advance admisskn Youth Day service carried out CLIFFORD "Baby" COMBS
transacted! death. $1.23 $1.30 at the door tinder the pastorate of Her." Savoy PROPRIETORThe
Our Pt''"td'f'ftt. Mb.* Kemp introduced Patronire this affair and help was quite inspirational!
our new paster. Rev K ,' The' value of the evanxeHstls4ate us to build a much-needed bigger Following the Finest FoodsAt
service the
D White The members were has been estimated at up Mt Tabor Popular Prices
held Its. re-dedication
renr htn to have him at our t<> 24 million dollars most of it Mrs A L Powell J l> chairman group' cere-
meeting and we hope that he will in gifts from his followers in 350 of Wars and Means Committee monv at the Carver Branch of Lunches SOc up
come again anon.Am'n churches and M cities. Rev P S. Brown pastor F3t the YMCA. At this time they partidpated -, Half price for children
I (n a fellowship J
Bishop Grace had homes In
under 12
and snack hour prepared by the
the members present New Bedford New Haven, Conn
were Mto M Kemp CWra 1.0-1 MomcUlr. NJ. Philadelphia. Detroit Founder's Day Committee. Highlight Complete soda fountain
pez. Elisabeth Sawyer. Sarah Newport! News, Va.. Charlotte J. F. DEAL STUDIO of the observance was a service

Farrlnrton.Gate Cirri Lurteen Austin Adderley.Muriel Cath. ., Georgia' N C. Los Angeles and In I 307 N.W. 2nd Ave. dynamic Williams,speech past first by fsoror antl-baslleus Ifayme Open Dally ."d Sunday

of the national body. 7 a-m, te 12 Mltfntte"
mar 1 rxfils nvroy illY>>. aAd I Wo ape and enlarge s4cturs .(
Frances R Palmer.Mrs Orchid are due the efficient I
Holy Redeemer to your loved onto at half ,ric.. mnvnlttee, Sorors Elizabeth At-
Susan Manuel Corker of Sponsor Valentine kinson. Evelyn Evans and Gwen I
Phone FR 4-3034 dolyn Welters for having
Jacksonville is in the etty rUtt-
tnt her mMi Family PartyThe ned such a gratifying "
er. Mrs Carrie sn-I II
Manuel !pot TV Tw St., who Is Day Observance. nunIiUflilil v
sick at her residenceMr members<<" of Holy Redeem
er Catholic Church is I'f1II'1f\.wmn'j'
Sarah- Roberts d 827 Emma a Valentine Family Party on Highland" 4.:oIS Free C.ewttatian'
St fe sick at her residence. Saturday. Feb 13 in the: parish
Friends wish. her a speedy recov bait SOUTHERN CLINIC
"7. The affair will be on a double
Chronic Diaeaaea
Urinary and
shift: starting at 4:30: pin The HONES
Mrs Blanche Laurie and Mrs. early. shift (4:40:: to 7:00) is relived Naur: 10.4 Z"7 CORAL WAY
Sarah Roberta of M7 Emma St. for the teenagers and all
is ill at her retee. Friends "In.be9s ft'RI- 1' here youngsterswttl I... by Apt. (Near fTth Avo)

wish her a greedy recovery( 4 ne1m be entertained and' refreshments with games, plus, CI..... W.... B..e Ne. 4 le
Mrs Blanch Laurie and Mrs many other varied activities Beginning .
Sarah Saunders are patient' at promptly at 7 p.m. will
Manroe General. n..l be entertainment for our adults.At .
this time our adult t.r1eond1win
Arthur Bmu a well known have an oporttinHy to enjoy) 1
Key Wentcr I ill a patient at Men- tfenMetve In many rewarding
roc' General. Hospital genus. There will be many valuable YALE S. LUNIN CLINIC
price to be wen
This column' wishes to extend Everyone is cordially Invited Hours 10 a.m.1 p.m.Evenings .
ympathy to Mrs Mary Etta to attend this affair The ever
Carter and famiy! of Miami in the popular rf"lC"Ofd.M" Funny Val 5 p.m. 8 p.m.-Closed Tuesday
Ion of their husband. John Carter : entine" wH be given to the fun- Low Down Payments

n est n Take bus No. 14
1mtlne'I I Easy Monthly Terms

2237 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.1801

FISH MARKETThe Only 1 Mortgage

Finest Live and Dressed Poultry

Groceries Meats Fruits Vegetables

BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT Bills Worry You ? Third Ave.Realty .

Delivery Service as Near axs Your Phone

340 N.W. 16th Terr. FR 41345Open

Dally :30 a.m. to S p.m< lL to t ,....<--ftuii. te 1 p.M. No need to. A wonderful earning .opportunity

can be yours if you are neat, reli-

,, .. able and ambitious. A few hours dailycan 742 NW 3rd Ave.
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FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE mean $30 to $40 weekly income FR 4-3297

Commission Sales Work AND

Apply Monday 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon to:

MRS. HARRIS S. Hutcheson, Jr.

Dinners Parties Weddings Passport

5770 N.W. 15ih Ave. Registered
Home Movies Baby Pictures a Specialty Real Estate Broker

409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294 YMCA Building

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Fair Realty I yy V !.
6200 N.W. 2nd Are. Y .., J f j
Mr. Grafman raLA'
Gentlemen i ,4 t
We wish to express our apprecia. ''
tion to your firm for making it possible trt'. R i i
for us to secure the home of our "' t { s r, tl,:''
dreams. It was built as you promised. '

We are very happy in it. Thanks! -

Sincerely ; : D : k1
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