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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
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Joe Roach ff.rmer Miarnian who ,
now ra Jets his home' In Los Aagelet \

,, won Ray Mitchell's North- 3 Seized in
So...'h Coif T.urniment for the

fourth ccaaeeutive time Thursday.Ro I

,eh shot a final 77 at the
Bolita Raid "
Miami: 9p.!ings coarse for a 54t -
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Ray &s4ts. also of Los Angeles, Three men Including a blind

......... "ss teeotxt' with rounds of 73-74- peanut render, were free on John n.Vct': ffe, nati nal .,
72-219. Gene Clapp of Miami $1,500 bond Wednesday after they field dlrertcr and secretary of the
ENJOY NIGHT The high spot of the evenlnt was fred a 74 Wednesday to take the were tested on botita chargesby National Business League arrivedIn
OUT y- ms. teen-age member the Metro police.
crowning of "Miss Y-Teen h'rd: spot. Tbu from New
Miami day
of the MurreQ Branch YWCA Sweetheart. Grace Bennett' teen Metro officer said they seized
and thsir guests spent a galapvrnlnf seated |1ft the picture above. Graces )floe, Melvtr of Dayton O, I bollu paraphernalia; sod arrestedthe York to set up a chapter here. '
on last Friday night at* a enter at Booker T. Washlngtn untested eham fon Lx Wrtht of three men when they raideda Organizational meeting will be
tr.Ddnc! the annual Y-Teens HIgn School and has been 'ew York City by one stroke. peanut stand at 0400 NW ISlb held 8 o'clock tonight! (Friday)
r-weethcarts BalJ at Holmes Elemntry active in the Y-Teen ebb at her \1'" Mc'ver shot a su.as.nd Are, Just outside the city limits. at the Carver YMCA. 577 NW ,
SchooL This seml-format school for four years. Others seen h-r rpponent hid 889193.Peter Charged with possessing boUta 15th ave. Mr Wirkllff-! will be
sffii, one of the highlights In the in tickets the featured speaker and several
standing the picture are repfeentatives .were Locale BraWls Jr,
yesr'r activities for Y-Teens was from the YTanSeaor Brown of Jackson Miss. 1733 NW 64th st. and Willie Kel- members of the nail flat) board ..f
attended by ever 300 teenagers Inter-Club Council Music rook" the! pro title away from Sgt. Icy 38 1475 NW 67th at. Sam directors' will be prfmtH
from Brownsville. Booker T. for the occsskn was furnished by CVff: llarrinften of Pert Camp- Sciialey. 50. 1112 NW 64th tt, More than 30 focal, bttflem9Q! I
Wash'agton. Carver DoIW), the Northwestern Swing Band be!!1. Kv., with a three-day card who police said was a blind peanut have already' signed u f. a* eMf- ,
Northwestern and North Dade under the direction of David PaschaL of 89-89-72-210.! Harrington shot Tender, was booked with ter members of the new' offfrttattoo. 1
Junior and Senkr High Schools. 72-71-7t.-213.MUTANTUR operating a lottery All local bu..mf'ft atvl f
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Davit 23. a prisoner, was we tern. their! ("f'!!. But a few minutes
sentenced on Tuesday to 10 yearsIn The rieners seemed to have later :the two men resumed the
the state prison by Criminal reached a compromise by turnIng argument a.d Davis slashed Lockett -
Judge Ben Willard for slashing tit the act and returning to with a razor blade.
another prisoner In a squabbleover
a TV movie.

Davis was tcund cillty of assault
with Intent to commit second Chief Walter Headley .(
degree murder by slashing
Herman Hall Lockett on Jan 29.

He and other prisoners In the
"Condemned Death"It
Dade County jail were watchinga to
French: TV movie "that see ar
csuldnt understand but it looked "
Interesting.** Davis said. U reported that Miami Po 4.
lice Chief Water Medley receiveda 19M.
Lockett switched the dial to a death threat on Wednesday Ina The letter was postmarked
western. Davis Jumped and turned letter allegedly sent by a Negro I fi'o ,klyn. N.Y. and signed "Ru9 M
it batk to the French film organization listed as subversive .' T Washington' III." He clairo-
and again Lockett turned to the by the Attorney General in d that he i tk seprrm grand '
v.caof :be Vational Negro Con. Mba Ann Tanneyhlll. director the presetr; < : > X a ft
mss of tls.U.S.A. It said cf the Vocational Services Dept Jackson &M" Harrv A Wat...,'.,.
cadey! bad been tried in abcen- of the National Urban League
f.i at a ....i.R of the National presented a check urine her re At f reseat there are Mi H i f h
.itilt c'i. .. i"ts run Congress and .was con. cent visit to Miami, to Dr. Baker jifyxrf student: j *rtief.*MHf in
.'<- nrK i to death for your M. Ili. knan. Tomorrow's Scientists the TSP ..lub1. a "ray am d.-
r mi s aatnit the glerlous Negro and Technicians Advisory signed t. sm*| t* aced am ..if.
race"A chairman of the Greater Miami ate youth Ie e.*er itetefaal ad
Urban League. The chads which
M similar! letter was sent to is fee Tbmlhetaxr Award was scientific fields. Tires +p.SIw1 wee
-- her rortta sheriff' sometime given tee the most outetaruttngTtiKnws an tjA.itnrUi; ot the Pd+lrsl8a.
.a!' year, but triany people I Scientists and Tech- Committee: M M.aar.: ', lac .'*..
rarht it **. the work of some nkhsftos program of the tl Urban iiUA disco essd tkt tom few
.f.c praakator. League a&UiAtes. Observing ..
Negro youth plan to e. atieatiflc -
and technical fieMa. On the

National TST Advisory Cmtt- .
M Levittown to tee are Mrs. Msyme W.ULams MJ
Appeal Rev, Edward T. Graham. The
? 11' ,4 prcfram locally Is under the di-

radian of Harry A. Wh Of..fcly Jr.
Court RulingT vocational services secretary of ".

I 'he Lt.,.....

TV a, N J For the time the State Court nu.c.Lnit1ow1 .
r'h* fcjte Levittown project 'against discrimbutien) are uo- "
coetiawM U be dosed to Ne- !, a pre-planned communlty wastituUonaL White the manor
groer.Lawyers. midway between Trea- !is pending in the Supreon Ifc.u.ie '
ton and Camden, is expected t.
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we have to make.
cemme&t \
for Levitt and Sons be New Jersey 10th Largest city no
Of the sixteen students at Morris of Opa Lock "nc pM! to ask the U S. San when its 10,000 bomaa are Co- I II I
Brown Collect who were chosen la the photo! kit h r'-ht arc PT.e Cowl t. uret a Feb. 9 'shed In three yean' or M.. About I
to Who's 'Who Among American seated: Freddie Mae Lonf. Anrrr Fate: SjfKme Ccwrt decision, 3.000 already have near told to REGISTER TODAY
College and Universities Jean Cone, senior, Atlanta; Clifford %'h ell atoned the homes to Nero ahite I
four are from Fkrida. They are E. Richardsca and ObciisBurge. _....
Loofse Blng senior Goulds Ells A apckeamaa for the bender Books are now at
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senior Rome Ga. SuniIng. ..
Miami Freddie JIM The avoft! ? sole was Last dl..- said. "the case II being apCesledto
Jones
junior ; .. t
Long senior West Palm Beach. Louise fling, Barbara Purdy, .."... A Mate Caart ip'kesman the U4S. Supreme Court oa our 38 locationsTDfAGERS
handy
sad Clifford E. RJch rtfOB zealot color, Charlotte. NC. said it will temsUcaHy stay claim that the New Jersey laws




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WEEKS ADVANCED COURSE: IN IESCA Plans to Open First Aid Station

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). 21-28 b Brtherhood' Week Beach, L. I. was a recent visitor
**iich Is sponsored by the National in these parts. She made an extended
Conference' of Christians trip to Havana, Cuba to 't &
and Jews This dvfe orpnlzatfcxi 'visit. her brother-in-law, Thomas
Is engaged in a nation-wide pro. F. Bannister (Slim) who Is convalescing ;
gram of Inter-group education. It in that city. This week
mUsts Protestants, Catholics aDd I Clifford Jordan of Washington is a a''k '
Jews who work together to buDd here. Mrs. Scott and Mr. Jordan
better relationships among men *re the sister and brother of Mrs.
nf all religions race and naticns. Thomas Bannister (Portia),
During the wee*, there win prominent socialite.Mr. .
be dteUMJona. testimonials and
proTatns xempl1frtntrboa Bannister has contributed
Shalt Love Thy Neighbor as constructively to the developmentof '
Thyself living conditions in the Liber- r
John Donne the English dhrine tv City section' of Miami. About LT -I
and poet once said: No man is: an 20 years ago he oroanlzed the
island entire of itself; erery man Liberty City Community Improve
is a piece of the continent a part ment Association. Through this
of the main; if a clod be washed association street lights better Mist Olive B. Alexander executive -
away by the sea, Europe Is the drainage facilities and paved director cf JESCA Mrs rr -
less as well as tf a manor of thy ItJ'ft'tIaye' been wrured.' Mr. EloLc Eves, LPN. and president
friends cr of thine own were" ; any Bannister went from house to of the Licensed Practical Nurses
man's death diminishes me because house soliciting signatures and Association; Mrs. Susan Harris
I am involved in mankind:; personal requests' for petitions on R and therefore DeTer tend to know which the city and county commissions the board of JESCA; Mrs Magdaiine -
for whom the ben tolls; it told for acted. He appeared per Johnscn LPN; Mrs. Ma-
the*. sonally in behalf of these re- mie M. Gill program director forSenior ,
re- quests. It is the remits of these Citizens and Adults of ,
This saying was
pertinent
efforts that the residents of Liberty -
diaccvered' and spread abroad by JESCA. Mrs. Arie Gary commlt-:
Ernest Hemlmray as the text for City are now enjoying a better tee member: Dr. Edwin S. Shirley,
of life. This cornet extends -
way .
his novel error Wbom The Bell chairman of health committee
Tolls." hearty conrratulations. anda *, t ,h-un tl( Mrs Elizabeth: Tel-
hsbisctM wish for a speed re icy committee' member.
The fabric of each man's life Is covery.
I Interwoen with that of his neighbor Dr. Shirley is extending an invitation -
cf nations and continents. On Feb. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Roger' to the community to attend
There can be no escape from this B. Bishop celebrated 10 Tears of the opening program for the
fact That is why attitude and relationships wedding bUss. Feb. 10. Mr. and First Aid Station, en Wednesday
are so Important for Mrs. William, Saunders Sr. of Fi*. 24 at 730: pm in the audi-
the peace of the world whether 2425 NW 15h It.. in Ops Locka.cekbrsted torium of Liberty Square Housing :
that peace be the resolution of 18 years of devoted' Project MOfl NW 14th ave. !
conflicts within between' or marriage life. They' have four de- The Fiat Aid Station is deigned .
among men. Hchtful children. The oldest to serve the Senior Citizens
William has great potential as a and the nre-schoo! children )jn theI..Jbl"rty
Do not mks the Annual fellowship sculptor. He is a member" of the Square and surrounding .
Te at the home of Mr Future Scientists of America. community.The -
and ),S n. Edward Braynon Sr on ptf'f'ntJ.or Citizens and project this program It is the
Feb.>> 21 at four o'clock. The address Mrs. Christina Martin Carter, and family heads are urged to attend kind of step. forward that the
is 1160 NW Wth terr. This and John Itlltcn Eve repeated' I the opening meeting in order cnmunHy should feel proud of
fabulous affair b being given by to receive' valuable informa-
martial vrtw in a double ring as a new opportunity in the field
Zeta Amicae. an affiliate of Beta ceremony before a small- group "i n at to the function of the of better health, and growth in NEED CASH 0
Tau Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi of relatives last Sunday morning First! Aid Station. the community and planning.The .
Beta Sorority Mrs. E. B. Thctnas at t o'clock In the home of the The above picture exemplifies Miami Housing Authorityhas $25 to $600CALL
is chvoter sponsor of the group bride. The couple was at home 'hfO readiness for' activity as Dr. highly endorsed the work of I
and Mrs. Susan Harris, is president U friends during the afternoon. Shirley is shown observing the the committee and U furnishing PL 8.3 6 5 3
Many beautiful gifts were re- work of Mrs. Susan Harris RJf. the physical facilities to carry out
cHvwd' and many courtesies' were as she 1 I. taking the blood pm- the plans for bnpUmentation of I
North-South Golf Tournament extended by old and loyal sure cf Ernest Pollock as the patient the rofram. IDEAL LOAN CORP.
has brought many fabulous visitors friends. while Mrs Magdallne John
to our Magic City. Seen son and Mrs. Eloise Eves stand 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
moving about on the Miami The Cultural Affairs of St. ready fcr other first aid treatmenu. Anniversary DanceThe
Forincs Golf Course Is Bernard Agnes Eoiscopal Church is to be .
O'Dell who now resides in De- congratulated on bringing Phllfevna This health: prnrram' was made Greater Miami Temple No.1
troH, M5ch. Mr O'drtl will be re- Duke Scnuyler author and ooMbe! through funds t'Ontrlbut1l"d 769 has competed plant for
metnb.red' as the "top aaksmaa U, S. goodwill ambassador to the by the Dade County Academy 16th anniversary dance and Miss
SMITH
J. B.
of distinction- Calverts Dta- citizens cf this community on '< Medicine and the Miami Times.1 Greater Miami contort" to be,
tillery when he lived here While Feb. 29. Miss Schuyler is an artist The health committee' has; given on Friday evening March ELECTRICSERVICE
here it the CUM of his sister and of the ht brother-in-law.: Dr. and Mrs. of 28 anrards.Thought .
Ecner A. Ward. kk. The contestants are: Dts Alto

for The Week: If everysans LADIES SUM DOWN IN Screen, Olivia Rogers title Mae Electrical Contractor }
*, aira' lon and Dt Andersen.
lcome ham e"
The was would light' just one little I HOUSEW1RING
on the front porch of "Mama candle what a bright world this YOUR HOME .
These Daughters are busy
Lucia Eddens home on Itth st wry "
would be. Submitted by request "Don't Call u.
and wish >Mi would vote fer CUll -
The reason for this was the arrival frtn Principal W C. Cogdell
of her craM daughter aDd Bethune Elementary SchoolJABBERWOCK ST AUFFERHOME your favorite to win. They are PHONE OX 1-3C25 4
family the Surar Ray Robinsons I selling dinners, having parties
(Edna Mae lie Uy(. Mr. Robinson PLAN and saving teas Vote, vote, vote Night or Day
is here for a rest and to compete for your farcrtte contestant W .o
in the IOU tournament. Offers you reducing in will"' be Miss Greater Miami
Temple No, 789?

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Joe Roach of Los Anceles; Ray: B. T. W. Auditorium l
BMPs R lloknes, 111ethea J aLrvis e E "
: Bllhr Eckstine.: Lafr7- by, ao
Jackie Robinson and Don New-' 4-SOU fro Cantultatlan

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Mrs William Scott the former
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1960 PAGE 3 : J

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New Restaurant To Butterball Ed Hanna and many .
I other celebrities' who will make j
f John Sengttackc Proves That a Negro- portunity for all," He founded in Give Day's Receipts their appearance to greet you a* .. ,
you' spend dimes to help *f
! 1940 the National Negro Publishers your
Owned Daily Newspaper Can Succeed in Association and served twice To NAACPTo out with the fund-raising need ,'J
' I as its president In his own city ed by our lo-al J branch Tll be I O
The North i'I the publi:her serves as director of celebrate' Its grand opening there myself and I'm going to be Ij
I I the Washington Park YMCA u the newest lunch counter type on the lookout for you. Do your -J''
studies in business adminlstratltn vice president of the Chicago restaurant in the community to self a favor by doltu the NAACP
and Journalism Council of the Dey Scouts Board Vpen its doors will donate every a favor.' That's the Vocue Resta- \
at Ohio
Northwestern Universities.State and of Illinois Federal Savings and cent taken In on its first day in rant at 9th at. and 2nd ave, oa
Loan Association Mayor Com business to the Miami branch ofthe Friday. Feb. It.r .
Practical
snss-roots training
NAACT. That restaurant is
as well sound mittee etc. I
as theoretical
the
Vogue located in the new I
"The hcpe of American leadership
knowledge of
the publishing field
building at the corner of Ith and
in a world where Africans
has enabled him not only to build 2nd BEAUTYNew
ave. This palace of good food
and e>c.nd the foundations of and Asians will play a dominant will feature 15c ,
hamburgers and I
the late Robert S. Abbott but to role lies in the fulfillment of the sandwiches' nickel soft drinks Duplex ."
democratic rights of Negro dtirens.
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infuse his own creative concepts hot lunches food that is good beat
which today maintain the Defender in carrying If the Negro forth press its succeeds historic quickly served and preparedIn 4 Spacious Bedroom

as the newspaper most function we -will not only have the meet' sanitary manner J 2 Tile Bath ,.
closely associated' with the outlook
right in front of
and aspirations of America's done a service for our children, you. 2 Utility Room
teeming! Negro population. i but for our nation and (rsorld.** As a gesture of good-will to City Water
kRare Whether through his paper's Senntacke characteristically has the community the entire proceeds .
outstanding features and crusade stated. taken in oo their opening 1460 N.W. 59th St.
!a or such unique i day will be given to the Miami
Defender's annual programs"Mayor as the of I It !branch NAACP and to top,it off, 3120 N. W. 48th Terrace a
Dronzevilk" contest' which J. F. DEAL STUDIO on that day remember' it well- \
the Negro citizens aspirations highlights -:t I 307 N.W. 2nd Ave. that's this Friday coming Feb." 19. Use roar land ava a down ,
will be these
for top-level representation you greeted by payment. Lot or home j
or through such spectaculars We Make All Kinds ef Picture* celebrities in personal! Jackie '
as
Baron
I the annual "Bud Blliken" parade We copy and enlarge p4ctwr efyeur Rcbirwrti, Dill Ray amend
and picnic, with its near j Joe LOUIS Daniel JE V1340 Open 35 p.m. 1
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Half
million epee at ark* Benny Payne.Blanch
publisher making the I participants In the only Galloway, Ed Cook
such festival
In the world 1
staged Phone FR 4-3034
greatest leap in Negro journalism annually for Negro youth Jt
since
Ian; with its momentous John Riuswurm's beginning IDf while functioning in the innumerable
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civic t aternal
or communi
dam Journal is the youthful.,
ty posts conferred' upon him the TV SICK ?
namic the incredible editor and Chicago publisher of! "Sengitacke touch" has made Itself Property Owners
felt
throughout the life of the
eD4a'.1
John H. IL .
Sengstaeke.Sengjtacke's bold break nation fender and publications thru the which chain include of De Would you like to have all Then dial FR 4-2044-1 a.m. to 9 p.m.

the -weekly" publishing tradi' your bills combined into one
the h-Statp Defender, the Mich>>-I
' tions of most Negro newspaper* Inn Chronicle and. association mall payment and still SAME DAY SERVICE
has firmly established the De with the Louisville have
Defender. some left? If
fender as the ant successful Ne- Until recently Senrrtaeke money ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
pub
fro dally to exist In. major lisped the New Tort: Age. $1,500 or $3.000 will help
Northern metropolis and has A member of the Board of you at a time like this let Picture Tube Special2l
F opened unprecedented' potentialities Trustees cf Hampton and of Be- me get It for you.
for Negro publications thune-Cookman. College the Today is
not a day too lOOn
Sengstace' made his historic Imaginative young publisher $ 21x.15
1906 announcement that the De- served on President Truman** to phone if you want to apply .
fender would publish a daily and Committee for Equality of Treatment for a loan. .-

earmark on a 1000.000 expansion and Opportunities' In the i SERVICE CALLS- Day or Night ..._.........._... $2.50
program at. time when Armed' Services, and for seven! FIRST AND SECOND
I most of the nation's Negro' and years was a member of the Board MORTGAGES Nit. Call Our Specialty-No Extra Char,.
. white newspapers' : were suffering of Director of the Virgin Is
circulation losses and conducting lands Corporation. He was awarded ] AVAILABLEH. Joet recalled ahtpmeat of 45 RPM phonograph

drastic retrenchment programs. an honorary Doctor of Laws Recorde All Ute hit*. Special-3 for $1.00
Man leaders friendly to Metro derree by Allen University; he II
I Journalism viewed' the young recipient of similar academic DAVIS
pubM'her venture with cautious honors by Bethune-Cookman Col
, vke 4ldsm. and opponents of the le.., MORTGAGE BROKER Vets Radio & TV Co.
free Negro press gleefully hoped Sn September IPSO he received
that the Defender' had -overstepped the Urban League Two Friends Phone FR 9-8531
, its bounds. award "for courage, skill and
N.W. 3rd Ave.
939
Eves. NE 3-6754
, "_LI.JI .L_ ____u____ _& .. teamwork to securing equal op-
n-fJ'JJf1 Inv .nnouDC'ftnf'n1.' no.-
I ever were years of careful prepa -
! rat Ion and planning bY the tal
ented nephew- cf the- Defenders /
, fnunrier, the crusading Robert S. TLUNCHEONETTE
I Abbott whore reatous defense of
I Ne-ro rifhts literally made Chi
' co tlm-u'" and caused' hundreds -

>' N..roeto of thousands migrate North.of Southern I 943 N.W. 2nd Ave. ATTENTION PROPERTY

Less than three veer after his
dally emerged, the publishing Phone FR 3-9368
world stood aced at the too-
\ f'tht journalistic engineering
S t!,rH with the prorrws of the OWNERS
\. daily Defender the indomitable -:- -:-
Senrrtseke announced the pur- s
eh*. rat a mtt'ton! dollar Michigan
Ave structure, built to housea
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kvs*r *r snit now the new

hrvn*-of mlr the DefenderTh Northern dally in If Your House Lot Is Paid For And

Neeto T'fe was not only here to J -- ***,
sta* hut Its restle' 'e founder and I k4
prHj'Isher was methodically pre- !'a. "" '\
par Nowadays'+nf fnr spectacular when men growth.have CLIFFORD "Baby" COMBS You Are Interested In Building

made rockets" to reach the moon PROPRIETORThe
and are nm ''1nr to land on other .
distant ntant and start, he Finest Foods : ;Ji'iA; : ; Beautiful
wno fafls to venture is lost In At Popular Prices ..
deed, "Our people have a date Lunches SOc up
with history we've got to move' Half price for children
to meet It." says the Defender

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1960 *j VJF>rf'>j'"S >> "x -x '-> '- **-- *-- -- $100,000 (weekly operation pays
ten percent for protection. State
Attorney Richard Gerstein said
JUST BROWSIN'PAUL he will present the affidavits to
a grand Jury for "thorough in
'*
vestigation.
R. HENRY
Thieves are still on the rarage. -
www --- - - - .
:: Last Monday night they
Danbar Elementary School's the Brcrard (County Teachers: broke Into the office of the Mi-
Fashion Tea last Sunday afternoon Chcrus.: Mrs. Marie Brawn presented am Times at 1112 NW 3rd ave,
------- -- was suite a success, under the speaker. removed the safe tram its position
office at 1112 NW. Third Ave. Miami Florida-Phene FR l.lf31 the direction' of Mrs. Ila M. Jor Mrs. Motley held the attentionof turned it over but were unableto
stamt at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenu*-F h ne OX 10421 stated historical It.
dan. Mrs. Clara Knight her audience with open
-- --- -
Guest artists remembers Integration They removed from the wall
H. E SIOISMUND REEVES EdlUrn the (< ';a C Reeve, Managing Editor and ....1..... Manager of the Lou Panorama as far back as 1821 and other Interesting two of the editor's most prized
and participants the Day Nursery wtrtc of the WAACP. souvenirs, a plaque from the Fla.
'i..r- of the Awmrlateri' Xexmt ....... Children and adults.A made the State Teachers: Association and
Mrs. Athalie Range one from the Orange Blosscm
-
\H'" n' hiAtkmal Newspaper Pnbllfth AMnrttloaru duet by Barbara Key and appeal Mrs. Vernell Albury made Beauticians Association of the
Ulysses Morris and a solo by the closing remarks and announced National Beauty Culturist League.
., .. ....1 1 .. Mftttrr, Aajra 9. 1P7. at tINt PoVorfcU. .t Offl*.* Mrs, Rebecca Williams added to I a collection of over $500 Three days after the plaques
l'1 It' under the art of March A. 1R76 the matt enjoyed during the I for the cause. were returned by a boy who said
afternoon. Remarks by Leon he fcund them In a trash can a
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Kelly president of the PTA and ; This program was in charge of short distance away.
.a SIX MONTHS S2.7S THREE MONTHS $.t.n"f'U.OO Principal Net:on Adams broughtthe I wrmen except for the benediction The thieves got away with
program to a close. and announcement by Fr. Theo three small radios and a few
OF TUB NKGRO PRESS"
dore Gibson. dollars In cash from the
t.wn PMKss; hrlirrr that Amcrim can b*.,.t foul the world Variety
The Bethune-Oookman: Quar- Record Shop which shares
a tt tiwl nmlmwil) .n..ctnn1. when It Mvnrd to every' ,mart Wednesday evening Feb. 24, apace
The Bclhune Cookman Chorale in the Times office.
.".ti rm*. t.'k r or creed, hl. human and focal' rlgfcta. llatlnc in city was the Lily C. Evans Elementary
visitinf our
.
st Ant In-.t say .... 4l.o \ 'gro Pre** aert".. to help every nuu During the midday service they School Dedication Banquet will Alan Breitler. 21. who applied
I'" ..tFlrI liMe .lt mm are! hart M lone .. anyone III< heldi appeared at Ebeneter Method, be In the school's cafetorium, I?r admission to Florida A and
Church and In the afternoon the 1995 NW 75th st M University after he graduatesin :
n-crs! were at the Mt Zion June from Florida State University
E EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK Baptist Church. There will be plenty of candidates found a crude cross
for Judges and other positions burned under the window of his
Another Interesting Sunday in the May Primary. Circuit roan on Tuesday. Breitler comes
MASS OF REQUIEM fternocn was the one at Bethel Judges Ray Pearson, Irving from Miami Beach.
AME Church where the NAACP Cypen and Robert Floyd will be
Oa T\'today morning, February 23 at eight-thirty ore ented Mrs. Constance Baker sccltinf re-election. Archie
Robinson
now
First. Ray
"', 'ocll a Maze of Requiem for Cyrus Jollivette Sr., will Motley, an outstanding attorney Moore. The National Boxing!
,',e ra ed in the Roman Catholic Cathedral 7501 NW and assistant to Thurgood Marshall Bouts has been getting the Association has taken the light-
counsellor for the association headlines this week. Mayor Robert
;';..d Avt..tte.Ye affidavits heavyweight championship firm
Mrs. Eugenia Thomas served King High supplied take
Archie and threatens to away
Kkiitor and family as know have been grief as mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. obtained from Negro patrolmen the /welterweight title from Don
you Ruby Manuel gave the I Invocation who said they could not make ar-
stricken by the loss at sea of a member of the family and and musk was furnished by rerts. The patrolmen said that Jordon If he does not defend his
title or prove that he If fit to
tuo friends.The .
Feb. 19.
fight by
I
Pad event took place on the evening of January Sundays.lib. Mother Patsy Evans, who recnt-
:r h while they were on a fishing trip at Indian Key in ly celebrated' her 114th birthday
In the Dade
other include
activities membership
Mo tree County.It : had a little surprise when members -
County Academy of Medicine director of the Southeastern of the Senior Citizens lift

fo not necessary to go into details; our daily papers. Division of the National Pharmaceutical Association, their meeting and went In a bodyto

the Associated Press the United Press the radio and tele- member of the Board of Management of the Carver help her celebrate.

\is.on: have been most generous in publishing this catastro Branch YMCA, member of the Frontiers Club and of the

phe. Board of James E. Scott Community Association and Alpha

Phi Alpha fraternity.
The Coast Guard Navy and Air Force had searched J'i.

with. 22 planes and two cutters (a private search was also Jollivette married Frances Reeves daughter of Mr. .

m" t'.) ThU went on for more than a week. They found and Mrs. II. E. S. Reeves of Miami. To this union thereare

trr anchored boat but that is all. So Ye Editor feels that three children. Regina Cyrus and Cleo. Other members REALTYOrchard U.

uc rnmt now bow to the inevitable. They have gone to an. of the immediate family are his mother. Mrs. Regina .......-
other world. Jollivette. now In Miami and five brothers, Harold in Miami Villa Duplex I

and four is Los Angeles. California.Let Open Sunday 1 to 6
There wero three of them: Cyrus Jollivette (my sonin -
me take thU opportunity of expressing Beautiful, like new, CBS. 2
t nwl. Jam Strachan. my friend and captain of the our
f. t n-d Ifrex Scott a friend and classmate of Jollivette, deep appreciation and thanks to the numerous friends bedroom each ,aide includes
from far and near who visited telephoned sent telegrams lovely furniture. Best loca
",1111 W'1. leader of the famed "Ink Spot? Quartette.Ye .
letters and other expressions of sympathy to us. They tion. Near everything. City
editor was a member of the weekly fishing party. have: helped to lighten our burdens. water, ahopoing and bus.
but l>*eaue of other duties he would make the trip fort- Requires $2,500 down, bal
nightly.On. May God Bless Them All.) ance EZ terms.

See 812 N.W. Gist St.
there trips we would leave at 2 a.m. and return "Sunset and evening star. -.*,.""

between five and six p.m.Whenever And one clear call for me! Orchard Villa

.. And there be moaning of the bar
Brown another may no ,
Ye Editor was absent, Roy 3 Houses on 1 Lot
take his When I put out to sea.
fishing enthusiast would place.On Terrific for Income

these trips Jol1h'ette.U known as "Jolly, But such a tide as moving seems asleep Investors this. speculators check

Strachan an "Cap" and Ye Editor as "Chief." Too full for sound and foam $90 month.Only $995 You down can and live

A highlight( of these trips was our lunch fried fish When that which drew from out the boundless rent free here. We have the

a' 'I huh puppies, or boiled fish "Cap" was the cook. deep key. See this today. Anyonecan
Turns again home.
r"d a good one. buy.

----
If the tide was low. "Cap" would say, "Don't wet Twilight and evening bell.

u-. sect Chief pet on my back I must take care of you, And after that the dark! Liberty City

he would lift me to or from the boat. Strachan was And may there be no sadness of farewell 3-Bedroom New 2 Baths

a*> experienced seaman. He was humorous, had a genial When I embark ; Gorgeous new CBS 3-bed-

c'is"oHHoa. well known !in fraternal circles, and had nu- room, 2 bath, with built in

merou friends !in Dade County.-Farewell Cap. For though from out our bourne of Time and oven and range and many
other features. See this now.
Jolly, my other fishing pal would always sit next toens Place Small deposit will hold till
"nd tease me because he would nearly always catch The flood may bear me far.
t}.P hIcr" t. or the largest number of fish He liked fishi I hope to see my pilot face to face closing. Only one mortgage,
.. When I have crossed the no closing costs. Better hur
bar.
wee alm humorous and he was really. a good sports
man. ry. Don't pay rent. Only

Among mail this week letter $995 down and EZ terms.
our comes a from an old
Rut Cyrus Jollivette was even more than that He was Mlamian and subscriber to the Miami Times who now
an honest kindhearted Christian gentleman admired and lives in Chicago. Near N.W. 54th St.

respected by all who knew him. $595 DOWN

The ten of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jollivette of Port Miller Collins writes: Lovely, neat and clean 3-

Arthur. Texas, he finished high school In that city. studied "I have enjoyed reading: the news from Miami, my bedroom, one bath home on
pharmrv and graduated cum laude from Xavier's Unit home town. Although I have been away here 25 years huge lot. Completely fur

'r.-..''Iy f'''' Orleans Miami still means a good deal to me especially that my nubed. Pay o-Vy $80 month,
mother is still there. I am almost a one man Chamber of that's less than rent. We
In 10 he me to Miami and joined the staff of the have the Let's show
Fenoitv" Dnif Store Dr. E. A. Ward proprietor. After tions there and that includes your paper. this.
f-ve "var at the Economy Jollivette went into businessfor ---
himself J onening the Community Drug Store at 6740 My wffe. Flourine. is associated with the Chicago De CASH FOR YOUR LOT

NW J6th avenue In Liberty City. His genial dispositionand fender which as you know. Is published and editored by ----

keen hui"es manner soon made him A successful W brother John Senestacke--So I am rather newspaper BRIGHT REALTYPL

husn! "# mn As the business increased, his brother! ninded. '
7.5456 2S3 NW 79th St.
Harold, joined him and now he carries on the business.! "PJe' .se remember me to your family and those on

JoM'te? was also a community-minded man. A your staff who recall me, and see me when visit". -..-.. ') .r, "" "'Wo""" .....

member of the St. Vincent de Paul Society of the Roman Mr Colllrs wns for sometime a teacher at the Booker Don't Fret FiC7ht!

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I Funeral services were held at St.

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, I960 TV CLASSES Agnes Church. The flowers were
to the Home.
given She was a
-- FOR CREDITNext member of Antlers Temple No. St
The Daughters of O. W. Ban- and was a past Daughter Ruler of
the University of
summer cerman Temple Nb. 1918 Per Pride of Miami Council No. 23.
Miami will five the equivalent of nine, sponsored an Acquaintance
a $%25 schlarship to South Floridians Entertainment January 28, which
from: Palm Beach to Mate- was a wonderful success. Many
combe, free It..... announced prizes were given during the en- Why be Out of Style?
last week. 'erta foment.
Applicants are required to stay All the kids of the Dt Vera Let us convert your double-
at home and watch TV at nights Wilson Day Celebration' sponsored breast suit to a single breasted,
t when the courses are being taught a review! of the AlgonquinClub narrow lapeL $11 up.
All they pay Is $10 matriculation Dansante which was given Your Smiling Tailors 931 NW
fee. at the Municipal Auditorium In InS Ave. Reuben Hepburn Prop.
The courses will be taught top Bayfront Park Friday night. This lad
by university professors and will was held in Perrine at O. W.
be seen In a four-county area Bannerman Temple. Music was
over Channel 2. They are history, directed' by Bob James. Mary
English and phiksophy. Ozie *Harvey and Ann Baker IUPTUREEASEIt.

t and The courses nrtll last from June were honored at this affair. .&as a..a...._ is pans i._,...
6 to August 5 and will be taught Special tribute was offered for
from 7 to 0 pan. Students will little Eulie C. Edwards who was
have to do daily written assignments captain of the military group. He
and turn them In weekly, is no- visiting his father Sgt 1 w .Ss.M
by maiL Credit will be given Isaiah Edwards at Tort Jackson, ay ,
They will have to go to the university !- S. C. accompanied! by his mother, $495I
on the date assigned to Dt Estella Edwards.
take placement' tests, and for the hostess: Dts. Boss Lee lotto
final exams. Hazel Flowers Georgia Cooper, ttf mss..r..! fcyalMq ':r:: Baj*
.
For further Information writeto Tljrnell: Brown Albertha Green Hg a**!iminnu*** H OMM s fv*OM to =
Marraret Davis Annie Clark and Mi. ik :.*d E UM .....> h'as
Mrs. Mary Cnta-e. departmentof CM. ....! .hi r... *:a ar w* eta*
Susie Harvey director. ...... : .
Radio Television psi '
and
Film We regret the passing of Loyal -.ww,1'tin.-M ......
University of Miami Coral Gables
,
i Daughter Maude Jetter at the HARLEM DRUO CO.
44.
The application must be
in by May 23. sent Lincoln Memorial ferne, Goulds. 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave.. Miami Fla.YC .

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lion, Wednesday and Friday 1 bride of Wesley Ashley, In mar- DRIVER'S LICENSE !
Hate ceremonies
held Sunday,
Wednesday 4 p-m.; Child 1230-230.Health, pre-school. Jan. 31 at St. Peter's American

Do A mown, FR 1-UOI. 1JSO I Catholic Church with the Rev.
Richard LOVELYHONES BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
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NW 14th It.. Child Health: Infant
and pre-schcol Tuesday 1230 tiny

pro General Immunization, Tues! Attired la a floor length gown O'BERRY'S
day 14 rmSouthwest of chantllly lace the bride wasgiven
MO 6-2534, 5798 In mam.,. by her brother >> MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
SW 68th st Child Health: Infant Samuel James Pedican. The
pr .l'hool. Thursday 1230-230 bride carried a "white FR 4.7756
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R. It Moton SchoolChild lily of the valley, FOR SALE
Health: Infant, preschool.Friday The bride was attended by --- --
a -- -- -- --
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830-10 am.atomrstead. :: Miss Diana Barrett was
Circle 7-2231. 48 maid of honor and the bridesmaids -
Mowry Drive. General Ixrvnunlcation
were Miss
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Tuesday 13 pjn. Child and Miss Myrtle Bartlett
Health pre-scbool, Wednesday: -
Henry Sears was bestman and
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Payments Until March 1 Only 1 Mortgage
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and there will be an Impromptu
discussion when aU present may 1.000 $11 Msnth
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U.OOO MO M.Mh
in the
Responsibility Home TheChurch.
The School and CommunIty MIAMI NATIONAL I .
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will lections.also be several musical se FR Member 3-b44+3 Chamber- JE 2-2622 Third Ave.Realty COVERS

Mrs. Ellen Taylor is the Worthy s-f
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The Elks rite were given las 14.
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA UM TO GIVE FREE Daughter ElksConvention Funeral services were held at St
Agnes Church. The flowers were
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, K )60 TV CLASSES given to the Home. She was .
FOR CREDITNext member of Antlers Temple No. 3..
The Daughters of O. W. Ban- and was a past Daughter Ruler of
simmer the University of nennan Temple No. 1918 Per Pride of Miami Council No. 23.
Miami will give the equivalent of tine, sponsored an Acquaintance
a $223 achlarship to South Florl- Entertainment January 2S which
diana from Palm Beach to Mate- was a wonderful success. Many
cane free, it was announced prizes were given" during the en Why be Out of Style?

last week tertainment. Let us convert your double.
Applicants are required to stay All the kids of the Dt. Vera breast suit to a single breasted
at home and watch TV at nights Wilson Day Celeeratlon sponsored narrow lapeL $18 up.
when the courses are being taught a review of the Algonquin Your Smiling Tailors W7 NW
All they pay is $10 matriculation Club Dansante which Auditorium was given 1DBa"front 3rd Ave. Reuben Hepburn, Prop.
at the Municipal dJIUPTUIEEASEI
fee.The courses will be taught top Park Friday night. This
by university professors and will was held in Pavane at O. W.
be seen in a four-county area Bannerman Temple Music was
over Channel 2. They are, hlJtOl'1. directed by Bob James. Mary
English and philosophy. Ode The courses "will last from June were honored at this affair. tun_s.&r' a u r......rww
"-0 3X 6 to August 5 and will be taught Special tribute was offered for
from 7 to 9 pm. Students will little Eulle C. Edwards who was
have to do dally written assignments captain of the military group. He t
and turn them In weekly, is new visiting his father Sgt ;;.. w I &L ....
Jackson
Tort
Edwards at
by malL Credit will be given Isaiah
S. C. accompanied by his mother .::..
They will have to go to the university $495r.N..IA.An. .
Dt Estella Edwards. --= .
on the date assigned to
Dts. JRosa Lee Morton .
p take placement tests, and for the Hostess: a .lMtty ::
1 .r
Cooper,
Hazel Flowers, Georgia _A_oz WA.
final
I. For exams.further information writeto Tljrnell Margaret: Brown Davis Annie Albertha Clark Green and ... 'r: ..ew.M new M.r

j : Mrs. Mary Crow, department' Susie Harvey, director.We __-:... ..... ::.r4
: ... ......
ii.
of Radio Television! and Film. regret the passing of Loyal .' s.rs.-.a
University of Miami Coral Cables Daughter Maude Jetter at the HARLEM DRUG CO.
49. The application must be sent Lincoln Memorial Inane, Goulds. 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave, Miami Ita.Xx .

in by May 23. ......
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lM lMi JABBERWOCKMonday < ENROLL NOW IN

Feb. 29thB. SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL

T. W. Auditorium t
For a Life Long Profession
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LOTS FOR SALE

LOOK NO OVERCOATS! In Miami, night or day the Corner 110 x 110 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998

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put New Yorker Roy Greene a-fftzin as shapely Annie or mine .

Campbell waves a hello from the pool at the famous Sir W. take care of financingNO Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled Adjusted tr

John Hotel-Metro News Bureau Photo. Guaranteed .... .............._........... $4.75
MONEY DOWN "-
Your Portrait-Only ................ $1.00 ,
Cash paid for your Iota ot 't
Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios ) *.

Free Polio Oral Miss Pedican is homeSEYMOUR Guaranteed Watches ........ from $6.95 s.&. ..

Vaccine OfferedThe Bride of Wesley BARON DAVID JEWELLERS .

Ashley JE 8 1340 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 "f X u/

following clinics are offering Lkenttd and lr.wr.4 BulldN
tree cral poUo vaccine start Mlas Edna Mae Pedican. daugn-
tof Feb. 15: ter of Mrs.. Aramentha Pedican of
North County OX 1-7600 2743 1455 NW 5th place became the
NW 62nd It. General immunization 1 -. bride of Wesley Ashley, in marriage DRIVER'S LICENSE !
Wednesday and Friday : ceremonlea field Sunday
4 pm.. Child Health pre-achooL Jan. 11 at SL Peters American

Wednesday Do town 1230230., FR '-HOI, 1130 Catholic Richard DcVeaux Church, with priest,the otfidaUnf. Her.- LOVELYHONES BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
NW 14th it. Child Health: Infant .
and p -lChcol. Tuesday, 1230 O'BERRY'SMAGIC
pen General Jmmun1 Uon. Tuea _Attired ia a floor length gown
day, 1-4 pjn.Southwest. of chantllly lace the bride was
MO 6-25U. 5788 CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
liven in marriage by her brother
SW Mth st Child Health: Infant Samuel James Pedican. The
pre. hoo1. Thursday 1230-230 bride carried a -white prayer FR 4-7756
General Immunization, Friday 1- book covered with bee and surmounted I 1453 N.W. 6th AvenuePLASTIC
4 pm. with writte Carnations
Perrine, It It Moton SohooL and lily of the valley. FOR SALE ----- -
Child Health: Infant pre-achooL The bride was attended by a --- -- -- --
Friday first and third Friday,) maid of honor and two bridesmaids .
830-10 sin.0txnestead. : Miss Diana Barrett was
Circle 7-2231, 48Howry maid of honor and the bridesmaids '
Drive. General Immunization were Mho Alma Canty -
Tuesday 1-9 p-m. Child and Miss Myrtle Bartlett
Health pre-school. Wednesday Henry Sears was bestman and --
830-10 am. ushers were Walter Parlance and ti (,.:
.. 11293 SW 110th at. Eugene Roberta. v6
Child Health Infant, 'hoof. .
: pre-s A reception in honor of the I 4'_ '
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Tuesday 830-10 am. newlynreds was held at the homeof r+
the bride Immediately following 1
Eastern StarsChocolate th. ceremony. i Low Down Payment
s

Sip Sun.The Easy Monthly Term
CONSOLIDATE YOUR
ladles of Hill's hapter No. BILLS .1
48 have completed plans for their We Refinance Yeur
annual Chocolate Sip oo Sunday ...rta.a.. ..
from 4-6 pm. Quite a unique Ne Payments Until March 1H. Only 1 Mortgage
program has been arranged and BalUene--.r as low ..
and there will be an Impromptu 11,000 $11 "."th
discussion when all present may t $2.000 WS ..."th .
take a JCrt."Woman: and Her
U.OOO MO Menth
Responsibility In the 1Ic ue. The, MIAMI NATIONAL '
Church The School and CommunIty
," mill be discussed. TheN I MORTGAGE
will also. be several musical selections. FR 3-544 JE 2-2622 Third Ave.Realty COVERS
Member Chamber .f
Mrs. Ellen Taylor is th. Wor Cemmarce

thy Matron. Mrs. WUhekndua IICHARLES' 'efMGNftt "ret.cfloR.r fwm. w. ....... I
Johnson is the secretary. IMV wt"+.w NcIne III .....,. e..Ma.r

Glon-CUor.! I QOUQ DueJUUk.s smrO DUST.
POULTRYAND vinyl I ptetttc FRU. ALLCHCY-fRO

742 NW 3rd Ave. h r 'ot 'ff'd In Your hose MOTH-I'ttOOI'RCXI."IoMmcIb": O4.T.

FISH MARKET 5 .. WQnCIftIy Cboeh r...., deonI ... ..
M.... ..,.J W ..... .. a-
FR 4-3297
The Finest Live and Dr aa. eir vmts, Indudb* .. euaKians
AND
FISH DAILY

CrocexUa Meats Fruits V.g.tabl.a NE 4-0394
Call Now PL 1-5841
BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT

Free Delivery Service as Near* Your Phon. S. Hutcheson, Jr.
761 N.E. 79ffc' St.
340 N.W. 16th Terr. FR 4-1345 Registered Evening; WI 7-0895

Open Dally WO a.m. te s ......*Sat. t> t ......-Iu.. te 1 ..... Real Estate Broker NICHOLAS P/ast/covers
CHARLES BUTLER. Proprietor

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THE STOlE MERE YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
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Sale Starts T ..rrlw At 9 A.M... '



.RAWS

'
:. Spectacular Purchase Fantastic Savings!

Yes Men These Ire tht Adjectives/ / f"., fnrfy fit this
; : own-i./ -.-//(.,/.. SALE I 111 I I
THIS IS NOT A CLOSE-OUT SALE-THESE ARE GUARANTEED -
SAVINGS ON SUPERBLY TAILORED TOP QUALITY
SUITS...
CHOOSE. FROM A WIDE SELECTION OFREGULARSSHORTSLONG.STOUTS

IN MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR COLORS
A
:' Tropical Flannels !
F
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t) Dacron Blends!

Gabardines !

Silk Blends I

Wash'n ,
A Save up to
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to FREE CUFF IALTERATIONS'
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The Elks rites were given Ian 24.
TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA UM TO GIVE FREE' Daughter ElksConvention Funeral services wer at St.
Agnes Church. The flowers were
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, l 60LOOK TV CLASSES given to the Home. She was m
FOR CREDITNext member of Antlers Temple No. Si.
- -. -- The Daughters of O. W. DaDz and was a past Daughter Ruler of
summer the University of : nnan Temple Nb. 1918 Per- Pride of Miami Council No. 23.
Miami will give the equivalent of rlne, sponsored an Acquaintance
a $%25 achlarshlp to South Floridlana Entertainment January 28 which
from Palm Beach to Mate- was a wonderful success. Many
'' i,.'. combe, free, it was announced I prizes were tfven during the en* Why be Out of Style?
I p .
s .
r last week. ertalnmenL Let us convert your double-
Applicants are required to stay All the kids of the Dt. Vera breast suit to a single breasted,
at home and watch TV at nights Wilson Day Celetration, sponsored narrow lapeL $18 up
a when the courses' are being taught a review of the Algonquin Your Smiling Tailors W7 NTT
All they pay is $10 matriculation Club Dansante which was given In InS Ave, Reuben Hepburn Prop.
fee. at the Municipal Auditorium Imdi
The courses will be taught top Bayfront Park Friday night. This
by university professors and will was held in Perrine at O. W.
be eeen In a four-county area Bannerman Temp Music WIt
over Channel 2. They are, blflorj, directed by Bob James. Mary RUPTUKEASOtJ
English and phiksophy. One (Harvey and Ann Baker
G i'PI The courses gill last from June were honored at this affair. fix..-.a a..ea is...w..avow'
6 to August 5 and will be taught Special tribute was offered for
tram 7 to" pn. Students will little Eulie C. Edwards who was
have to do dally written assign captain of the military group. He
meats and turn them in weekly, la nary visiting his father Sgt 1 eslr 1 W.3l.N
Tort Jackson,
Edwards at
Isaiah
by mail Credit will be given
accompanied! by his mother
They will have to go to the university S. C. :
Dt Estella Edwards
on the date assigned to Hostess: Dts. .Rosa Lee Iforton a ......,...." ..... .....
take placement tests, and for the ., r
Cooper,
final exams. I Hazel Flowers Georgia -r::::
For further Information writeto Tijrnell: Brown Annie Albert Clark Green and =-:.=2 an b M M
Davis 'r:
Margaret .
rr Mrs. Mary Crowe, departmentof -. ...... ::.r:;'
qr' Radio. Television and Film Susie We Harvey regret the director.passing of Loyal --......ss to...... .......
;. University of Miami, Coral Gables Daughter Maude Jetter at the HARLEM DRUO CO.
46. The application must be sent Lincoln Memorial Heine, Goulds. 1400 N.W. Srd Ave, Miami rla.A .

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JABBERWOCKMonday I < ENROLL NOW IN

Feb. 29th SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor

B. T. W. Auditorium Profession
a Life Long
t
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LOTS FOR SALE

NO OVERCOATS! In Miami, night or day the Corner 110 x 110 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9993

wheather is ideal for a party. Bright sun and clear skies Build on your lot

put New Yorker Roy Greene a-gazing as shapely Annie or min.

Campbell waves a hello from the pool at the famous Sir W. take care of financing. Your Watch Cleaned Oiled, Adjusted ,'"

John Hotel-Metro News Bureau Photo. Guaranteed .... ............................ $4.75 ...
NO MONEY DOWN
Your Portrait-Only ................ $1.00 1%.
Cash paid for your Iota Of $** ...
-- - Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios \

Free Polio Oral Miss Pedican is homeSEYMOUR Guaranteed Watches ........ from $6.95 tJL m***_*i .

Vaccine Offered Bride of Wesley BARON DAVID JEWELLERS \ "' .
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Ashley JE 81340 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 ., "SuIDRIVER'S

The following clinics are offering LtctnMd and ln_wr4 Bulltf
free cral polio vaccine starting Miss Edna Mat Pedican. daughter
Feb. 15: of Mrs Aramentha Pedican of
North County OX 1-7800. 2749 145S NW 5th place became the!
NW 62nd It. General Immunization 1 -. bride of Wesley Ashley, In mar- e.I I LICENSE !
Wednesday and Friday. star eeremonlea held Sunday
4 pan; Child Health pre-school, Jan. 31 at St. Peter's American

Wednesday 1230230. Catholic Church with th# Rev. BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
DO A mown, rn '-saOI, isso Richard DeVeaux priest, offlda- LOVELYHONES
NW 14th st. Child Health: Infant tin*.
and pre-achcol. r\uesday, 1230 O'BERRY'S
pm, General Immunization Tuesday Attired In a floor length gown
1-4 rm.Southwest. of chantilly lace the bride was
MO 62538, 5798 MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
given In marrlaft by her brother -
SW 68th st. Child Health: Infant. Samuel James Pedican. The
pre-school, Thursday 1230230 bride carried a white prayer FR 4-7756
General Immunization, Friday" 1- book covered with lace and surmounted I 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
4 pm.Perrlne.. with wtitt carnations
It R. Melon SchoolChild and lily of the valley. FOR SALE --
Health: Infant pre-school. The bride was attended by a --- -- -
Friday (first and third Friday) maid of honor and two bridesmaids
8:30-10: am.aibmestead. : Miss Diana Barrett was
Circle '-ml, 48 maid of honor and the bridesmaids
:
Mowry Drive. General Immuni were Mlia Alma Canty ffr Y
ration, Tuesday 13 pm. Child and Mile< Myrtle Bartlett.
Health preschool Wednesday Henry Sean war beatman aridushers =
830-10 a-m. were Walter Parlance and :
Gould, 112M SW Sieth at. Eugene obma.A .
Child Health: Infant, pre-acbool. reception In honor of the
Tuesday 830-10 am. newlyweds was held at the homeof .
the bride, immediately' following ,
Eastern StarsChocolate the ceremony. Low Down Payments
a

Sip Sun. Easy Monthly Terms

CONSOLIDATE YOUR
The ladies of Hill's hapter No. BILLS .
48 have completed plans for their w. VUflnaiK YurMartha
annual Chocolate Sip on Sunday .*.
tram 4-8 pjm. Quite a unique N. Payment Until March 1 Only 1 Mortgage
program has been arranged and N. Ball*.n..-.r aa lew as
and there will be an impromptu tUMO til Month
discussion when all present may i.CCO US Month .
take a = rt."Woman and Her M.OOO $30 Month
Reeponcibilitjr In the !lame. Thechurch. MIAMI NATIONAL '
The School and Community
," will be discussed. There MORTGAGEFR
will lections.also be several musical se 3-5446 JE 2-2622 Third Ave.Realty PLASTIC COVERS

Member Chamber efCemmtrc
Mrs. Ellen Taylor .is the Wor- .

thy Matron. Mrs. W&heamcnaiJohnson I r......... O+OeKflpflM f..ii. ......
la the secretary. ': *ur vtftoul Kkfc* Ms .....,. I.M 1M.M.. I

GJon-a.or. I eouge Qrs. M.I..v.ry*l DUST-
POULTRY vinyl Io1tlC FRU. ALLCHCY-fRO.
CHARLES' 742 NW 3rd Ave. s t''Sf ',.d In Your home MOTH..PROOF NON.1unouim, DIRT.IaOpF << 1.

AND FISH MARKET .. Warranty both EMi. r dor vtS* the
.
M.... _.4 WoduMIlIhIpI ... el e ...
FR 43297AND
The Finest Live and Draaaed Poultry Ind.YIcb pIec.- r I .l.7y 51p54... .hh'r
v.nq, b+r +o .. tons
FRESH FISH DAILY

Groceries Meats Fruits Vegetable NE 4-0394
Call Now PL 1-5841
BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT

Free Delivery Service aa Near. Your Phone S. Hutcheson, Jr.

340 N.W. 16th Terr. FR 4-1345 RegisteredReal 76 N.E. 79th St. Evening; Wl. 7-0895

Open Dally fc30 a.m. te t eon -Sat. te f e...w tun. to 1 awm. Estate Broker NICHOLAS PastcoversMIAMI

CHARLES BUTLER. Preprietar

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AKER'S DEPT.STORE NEVER BEFORE ,

NEVER AGAIN i a
137 NO. MIAMI AVENUE
I
THE STOlE WHERE YOU CREDIT IS GOOD

Sale Starts Jomnraw At 9 A.M. MEN'Smmm 1







,. Spectacular Purchase Fantastic Savings!

Yes Men these are the Adjectives/ / t"., tnly fit this
olc..j".li/ //(.,/.. SALE I I1/!

THIS IS NOT A CLOSE-OUT SALE-THESE ARE GUARAN
TEED SAVINGS ON SUPERBLY TAILORED TOP QUALITY
SUITS...
:- ; CHOOSE. FROM A WIDE SELECTION OFREGULARSSHORTSLONG.STOUTS
d1 .
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,t1"; IN MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR COLORS

Tropical Flannels !

Dacron Blends!

Gabaralnes.Silk !

Blends ,/ I

Wash'n ,
Save up to
Wears I
3007



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THE MIAMI TIMES MiAMi, FLORIDA modern In every respect with 5 S a.A "._-::

each unit having a private; bath ;,
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1960 I free air conditioning according:
to the s.-:kesman for fee boardof
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-- directors. *

LAWYER Orchcttci Civic Members ef the csp>rathm. ,1 1.1 B TY

Ionfeeling the md 'far 'uchacccmmodatiens '
I ; 't1..V. .IM9'MtAtRB
to serve the
RETAINS TITLE Club Organizes needs for conven'JOSH, tourists 1; .
r .. and victors in the West P 1 1 m C
A cMrmJq:! group of young Bwch-Rlvicra >ieseh areaC felt t OX 1 7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
dvfc-tnmded professional women that they could accept' tfce''chal: j
In the leUDI.ta recently organized tense and combine' their resources,;
the Orchettes Civic Club on a sound legal bosla ||-Uk.. .,
'under the guidance of one of basis to erect a moatsm* t tc FRIDAY TUESDAY
.
Florida's most outstanding club their faith in the future: of the J i. .. .
workers. Mrs. Myrtle Davis. area. (
The founders -THE WRBJt
Hon are: Mesdames Patricial AU- The board of direct rs plan th: r, '
good Margaret Adams Albertha motel) to be the bcgtaniag of a v OFIIE
Caldwell Eleanor: Coleman. Jacqueline series of activ.t: 'tt rvti.'eai: the \ y '
Crosby, Ethel Ferguson,' group will sponsor ywvMed i 14 j
LUUe: Bell Bart Delores Johnson, receives contlnu' .* support ; r MAR DEARE"pws
Marguerite Miller' Jettie Papino. from CuM of the c-mn'y wh
Jula Parks. Helen Robinson have so cou .,If'f': : i c v ex-tres e-J Ica Sus M
,
Lona Simmons, Fannie Thurston, 'their faith thr 1ni'l bit mutt mil
md Misses Georgia Clark Wai-I'consistent investments. ; '

.! I z1 ':s Rumen Shirley Mare Betty .-0,.. :a
Sutton and DIM Tucker As- Z
AIR CONDITIONED
rodate lumbers are: Mesdames -
F Myrtle Davis Elizabeth E. John
son I. C Mickins. Dorothy N won BUNCtit: Curt Jurgens and May Britt inTHE
and Ruth North Pc-lite. .
BLUE ANGEL"SUNDAY
.
THEATRE O"' A .OC.
The members' of the dub have
s chosen as their officers for 1660 aUNt THRU WED.

r. M-S. Ethel Ferguson, president Harry Btlafants t
Miss Betty Sutton vice pJ'f'SJdentt ;
"ODDS AC./IN5T MONDAY
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\ ShlrJev Morse secretary' ;
: Mrs Julia Park, treasurer; Mrs. TOMOR. OVM
Deores? Johnson, chaplain and Robert Mltchjm in "
Mrs. Lona Simmons. at"lIYitJHchaJrman. i- WAlTDSIEY.---
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left 1bejUb "Wonderful Country" t!
jM: Lawyer colors are I AUM
V Champion Joe xh'te and or hld. With Satchel Page \ IHiaD acuee= '

of. the .Palace Arena The Orchettes have planned tc ,.. arr s.... r.r...
(" n..* *-*! a. lit de- provide services for charKable Ii
R r 'r !K'ah!: Harris 156 tot organizations in the area and to _. ..... I: OII....
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main: attraction at assist in worthwhile civic activiIM.S :
"'.' '>reau, Monday night in the various communlUes AIR CONDITIONED I
-* ant! his title Then from which they otme. l -4-JE2.l.=r.DI"Sk:3IJ--JI:

up all the way The club will launch Its first RITL I )
n hftn on their feet year of work with a cand1f'YC"Jt! I \ PLUSFabuloae -
"-< cheering at the installation of officers by Mrs. I
*. the. """"t. Myrtle Davis In the home of Mrs. THEATRE ; -- FABIAN-iu ooG.l;
NOW SHOWING:
4 '!.s s'*-final: but Delores Jchnson. Saturday even-

v,.a. *?1 'of T...... won in*. Fob.>> 27. Representatives of "SOLOMONAND In a motion picture aglow with young i:
e of'e, i Jft over Jaba several established clubs in the L. love and adventure. 8
.'.. 120. Mtami area and other edal. guests will SHEBA" .
"'-oll-o O 'he evening'sfr be present at the Installation I ---
>newin( were the rerak which will bt followed by a so- Yul Brynner
elm) hour. Gina Lollobrif HOUND
.
.
*' .... aw 361. Ft George Sander I
it (man'TWj! dev -
.. W. P. Group
Building
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stem IftS. -yitM',; __
... ,s' in *4ie npeaing '-.rwndf'f. Fabulous MotelA 1 -- ._ ., DOG MAN

.,
II' foe fife 112 of
group of energetic and enter.prising Air Condtloneca
'i v-m Pa. earned untnlm
a -
young men of the West
tt- **"mt ever CHarUe Poel, takn Beach area have formed anwr CAPITOLTHEAThE
:ri c* Mamt!
I,t
corporation under the laws
K-tefefrte. 1M Moakrie i
-rv ,
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"... of the State of Florida and they
/ k "rlicri nest Georte Hall
now stand on the threshold of SAT. MIDNITE l TUESDAY at 7sOO only
!M of K1IMt! in 1:31f the secod .
.. ', of a scheduled 3- making one of their dreams come Sun, Men, Tuts. Wed.
true The group which! is known SNEAK PREVIEW
r'I"-, I
rhTv.Chick" Vin tnI. 116 as Ebony EnteJ"pI es. Inc. expectto THE BRAMBLE ;
f oprn a faboJou 24-unit motel BUSH"With MISS IT
M <. seerH a TKO ever Frank l ,DON'T
and restaurant to the latei
public .
n-est-vrtt 119. r.1 in 139 tf theft Richard Burton Ii

-.* rod .f a 3-rounder. I IAHP'4 I I I next The month.now installation which Is "Miuiuippi Gambler" 4 PLUS
Rite*. 145 ef Ft Pierre
.. . located on Old Dixie Highway in Tyrone Power :
*-* -f r i CBl' ..4 w. 148T THIRD MAN ON MOUNTAIN-9:00
Riviera Beach Just south of 7
,
'
"*r -4 of the nut round
.' 1 rounder. Beach Drive-In Theatre will beI .L..rr- -. -. ..rr \ HOUND DOG MAN-10:40 ti
,, I .
n, 'r 1. I4eoa n colt!e, '" :i
T 'r. "vi a 2' 1 dci ion over I
.!"TVs M n o. 74 of G in.MvUleM
1 n.:n 152 of Cindfl- The Cream Cultural and i WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
ni'i! aiH JPKM Jason 148. Peoria .

I : b.'Hni to a Rod dffrw.FV''er Social Event of The Season 1 2 DAYS ONLY t


Do' Track .


Opens to Negroes

ST. AGNES EPISCOPAL CHURCH \ .
r '''J'''ns .n-NOW Flatter the \
\ '\ t >
CW.T Cl Of *t WHAT Alt
w rds! fa.#t greyhound track Proudly Presents
:nll". ..-'rH no'* rr "f.-.t" for ,,
HMfiYKLAFONTElL
FtY'oritt.. with the opening 131

nr '" 'Nt' rang: Mason Wednesday -
..... 17. Philippa INGER! STEVENS 1

Inr'...... !.. F1. Vr't mammoth MEL FERRER I
I .
ntw fl.OM.MO grandstand Ls a
Duke M.ass t e elt!war
4""'i'kiiet I! new ctien devoted
entirely t. Negro fan Here I I; I sec M /! /

jrr,v Hound feUo ert. will findevery l iincaa : Jr '
modern convenience for SchuylerInternationally j!
c mock ettiojan+nt during the
of --- PLUS -
t2 A4trhta racing at the Fla-rler
IT'_ A'n'ne through June 2. .4

i.-."..'.!t'P.' ., '-'.'"''. vast new. THE COMEDY-ROMANCE WITH THE ACCENT ON YOUTHIrel !
Famed
e-S+s V 'y.f sod bil'lantlvv'
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.,,... ,, v, *M, t,!'t -1-t end enb""e l-
..".- ,... .,. ..,p f''M! faculty ; PIANISTIn s
r' ... "'M its the world.
'&r're tit" "1 f'ni a ground

!.wI ...... r'maJet' with full ..
M a.n a.- ais
m''Iwl fs.""*. modern rest Recital
,,'.nn... and eo Jitters dispensing I G 'UK CABLE CAMQU SAME
... ...
n',
a9 fl"'f"-t. and beverages, FE 2. :
EVENING
It .ue'ous section cf I THURSDAY ,
LILLI PALMER LEE J. COii
1Ie .. +r r.I .nr r w grandstand'n 8:30 O'clock
oev' e !hrteual seating t'% .wKMJIAt.SEATONwrr_
thtsw..... "..tta..h...t aft'rhMt' DADE COUNTY AUDITOHIVM ..

a ftiH obstructed view of BDT\I'/..
shell and racing
r e1e
*tr+a. At'i M *a arrival fans can Admission $3.00 and $2.53 r1 1I0'l I
aviJ.t v. ef either box or
,
"n'eswsl ,..t-.1 Tickets en sacs at the following p'asct! : NO'.1t Tr.f Su. ", 1FOil,

Sir Jrhn Hetet Mary Clixabfth Hottl. P*:h" !' .... e trw

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Mi: Fe. uary 2' ,,I by members of St. AI.':" .., _. .. .. aced JAL" J JL&1L1t'

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frW t0 PASSEDBY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1960 PAGE 9Don't

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law acting up a slum clearance Lot Your Driver's License
:t,.M'I agency was passed by Metro
::: Tuesday though some commissioners -
.' 5 ici AUTO UABIUTY INSURANCE FOR EVERYONE
: a".1"p ;:; felt it left out some Important -

.\\ : .... ..::..:..:.:.:.:.:..:.:":<<.:.:........., points.
..:.. .......:............*.\.......\_:.. Countq Attorney Datrey Darts EASY TIME PAYMENTS ,

&Jvi'.v?- : i iliitIljii: ![ ; _J revisions recommended' warning against any they mapor SR.22 FILINGS I
fe* .:. .}:::l::: ((:::..::: weaken Its chances of surviving may a

court' fght I SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
By ALBERT W. CooKE The law Is virtually I carbon
copy of the Tampa urban renewal
They hare in the put few Insert a commercial Oopl I mean, law which recently was upheldby 631 N.W. 36th St. PL 9-5284
months added a new do-hlcky In sensed' that here was a time to the Florida Supreme Court. i ,
our midst called Brownsville Jr. do somethlnf of value. "Educationdoes Mrs. SHzabeth VI nick of the
High School It's a what- call-urn I mean a thing- na- Now going back to the class Council complained that as writ-
Jig. Y ou know the last word as rocm. The teacher was in the ten the law does not provide
tar as schools are concerned. room. eny Lord trying to teach enough controls en private developers -
my Lord but all the children and enough safeguardsfor
Realizing that all of ycu dear '
cousins do not have children now wouldn't do right my Lord so the public or the shun diet ri:
In school for various reasons and now what- cannot first hand Informationlet they may make some revisions
get Back !the X
on rancn mean later.
me try to explain what this back at headquarters, those big L4 I
do-4ky Is all about where It wheels that move this huge gls
BROOKLYN FIRE
came from and .what motivated mo were turning and the child.
_
Its establishment ren's parents had a lamp burn-
Well you see' it's like this. The mewhile daily we all prayed LEAVES 4 DEADNew I
young ones got tired of coming Thy will be don!." "Lead us not 1 NOW I /
frctn Brownsville to Liberty City into temptation but deliver us" York Four persona,
all the time Just to go to school At this point the good Lord perished' early Sunday In a flrei I
Some of them even got misled on loctted 1 down on us all and blessed that swept through the top floorsof
the way. This resulted Into many us with Brownrville Junior High three two-story frame tenements
absentees and much tardiness. School and a strong PTA to backIt In the Wllllamsburf section
The parents got tired of the overcrowded tnt Father we thank Thee. cf Brfooklyn.
conditions which resulted The effort nut forth by these The M.d.t'fe identified as httoiwa 11.e1.e New .Oa. N a.Y/h
In an extended school day, "Crussders Without Violence Mrs. Etta Terry 50, her husband, tt.rW. t..1d..ta.d NtwritH k iwrt.vYOUR
The Brownsville Improvement" The Brownnrllle Improvement William. 50. their son Mows, c. .d.rtiMl h +hr onr3dl..k
Association worked hand. hi glove Association and the citizens and about 30. and Mrs. Terry's moth- lea'ds' 1
with the wheels that had the OIIl"f'fttlllrbo backed them up were en Mrs. Annie Maloney' 74. 1 oigMtr..e.rt
power to create this do- deky not as public red In their "Strides Firemen said the blaze started
which resulted in more and better Toward Freedom" as was Dr from a faulty gas heater In the .Jhihi
educational facilities. Well to Martin Luther Kin Nevertheless apartment below the Terry It 2
make a long story short. Browns- they did a trend Job In their spread up Into the TerrySs : t a
vflle Junior Hfcti School Is an example tmrralt to build high standards of apartment where all four persons'
of what people can do education for our children,. thus apparently were sleeping.' Then
when working together.As I mklnc real. the fact that t h the blaze swept both dlrertlons
I raid everybody was tlrW Lnrd helps those who heV themselves Into the second floors of adjoin
of something or another. | and proving the words of ing apartments. ALL NEW
I lour Savior. "Blessed are they'
The kids kept' coming! to school that mourn for they shall be com LUXURIOUSNEGRO
as best they could. The
parents tortf'd.Y '
kept complaining! as you know You must read the rr*.tnrt Do You Have a
they would Our leaders kept niece' .
of literature for pining the Drinking Problem? SEalONI
complaining' as you know they Neero forward' ever written
would. Our leaders kept working, If the Negro wants economic ALCOHOLICS
aa hard as they could" Meanwhile and soda freedom' for himself! ANONYMOUSCAN
down at headquarters the and for his race he must read HELP YOU / / 1 /
people' in charge of this great big "5 Minion Negjww and 15 IM1-
glsmo (public schools) sort of lion Dollars." by wnilam K BellState'Scholarship No dues or fees
it1.17 thru
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Registration and must continue teaching! tor CREDIT IS O.K. ATBAKER
I at least as many years as he reeehmi .
Deadline Feb. 19 the scholarship assistance.
Each person awarded a State
Tuesday. March IS. has been Nursing Scholarship Loan must
desfcrated bv State Superintendent agree in writing to begin nunrlnt
Thnmas D Bailey as the data in Florida Immediately 1 following
t tor hoMing' the annual statewide graduation and centime' to practice il
ecmoetltlve elimination to fin for at least the period of time >
vacancies for 1400-a-year General sp ciflcd by the type scholarship! ?
Scholarship Loans for the held.Jtow.
Preparation of Teachers and
Sate Nursing Scholarship Loess to applr Students in senior
nhlch vary In amounts from WOO high schools, colleges ot 137 Noffh Miami
to $2.000 for the 1X50-81 school= schools of nursing' should register
year with the princtpe: dean of
Hlrh school seniors, high scfcool education' or director of the
graduates, and collere' students' school of nursing. All other appllcanta ->
who desire' t"> train for teaching should register by name I
NO MONEY 1 DOWN
career in Florida's elementary :ar with the county office of guidance -I|
r secondary schools or those dechIn > services FR 4-7281 ext,
I to tram for a nursing" career n5.
In Florida are eligible' to com I
pete rf thev have been residentsof Deadline for registration ts '
Florida for at lest one year. Feb. 19. Place Auditorium of ;;, ..vfiJpr; 1 i .
Eh person awarded a general Robert E. Lee Junior High Schoolat 'vi iS v' !''sS v.x |li .'.
scholarshfp, I.+.n lor the prepara- 9100 NW 5th si. .
tarn of teachers must agree. tnwrlf The time of examination IsMS J a .
t a
ng to begin! teaching ra the am till about 4 pjn. No one
p'.thtk whorls" of Florida Immediately win be admitted to the examination
following graduation from who has not registered by
college with a bachelor's degree the above deadline. c i a t $

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PAGE 10 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1960 For Apathy Toward .
Education and Job .. 4 s



In Arand The Bahamas OpportunityIn a recent announcement during -
a press Intervienr, the Honorable
James P. Mitchell secretary -
-- .y A. H. McKENZIE -- of Labcr, expressed deep ., .;
concern over the apparent lack *
of Interest displayed by Negroesin ,
Nomination for the Grand Ba : Miss Victoria Burrows daughter -. particular and minorities in i.t
hama bye-election for the vacant of Mr. and Mrs. George A. general toward educational opportunities +
eat la the House of Assembly Burrows was married to Richard I which in turn are a
closed Jan. 38. The four coat: **. Sands ton of Mr. and Mrs. means to improve Job opportunities. ,
tants are Warren Jamea Lrrarlty, Bernard Sands on Feb. S at Little Despite the tact that local
Procresihre Liberal Party; Charlca Creek* Andrea. I school boards in many Southern .
Emoral Williams Labor Party communities have made varied ."
Edward Dawnon Roberta United Bishop Ifermes. Ferguson, 61, and profitable courses availableto
Bahamian Party; Harold Randolph pastor of the Church of God of all adult citizens, the responseby
deGregory, Independent. Prcphecy, East Street Nassau, Negroes has been "apathetic
The election will b. held OB Peter" died on Jan. 28 and was buried half-hearted and spotty.
24. on the )1 He Is am fired by his jxiications are that the current -
wife three daughters and two decade will herald an unprecedented
Matron F. O f th* Prto- sons. The funeral services were source of lucrative work- Mrs. Thcdora Dansby accepts R. W Johnson assistant state
cess Margaret Hospital was attacked very largely attended. Among inf situations The rise of auto- award of $100 prize for victory educational director.
: and beaten In her rot visiting ministers from the United matkn demands new techniquesand won or her daughter Sandra In This year the local representative -
dence while asleep during tht Aaiea tn attendance was Bishop skills which can only be ob- the Eks! State Oratorical Con to the state contest will be
early morninf of Jan. 17.' sloe J. D. Winiams. t&uitd thru qualified centers of test held in Clearwater In April selected in a countywide competition -
fcnght off. and bit on flw fia.cr learning lat year, during the Elks State to be held at Booker T.
the man who escaped .'''mU. Services were last week The gravity of this announcement convention' Miss Johnson is at Washington High School auditorium .
fled. A emnch switch Ma4 e at Bethel Baptist Church In celebration Is all the more accentuated present attending college' at Howard on a date to be announced
knife found at the aeeft' etf later Students from each of
was of the 21st anniversary of on the local scene. because of the University. the
the attack with the letter "DOT>< the pastor, Dr. If. W. Brown. low degree of participation by Shown presenting award are five hhh schools In Dade are
The police department has offer* Many of the Baptist Churches members of this community in left Harold Butler, Atlas Lodge eligible to compete for the hon-
ed a reward of $280 for Information and other groups participated. the Northwestern Adult Education Educational Director and right ors.-1.photo by Adams.
leading to the arraat of ttt
Center It is sincerely" hoped
culprit The Meeres Theatre and Tropics that many of our citizens will
na Club on Market St. were
carefully examine their Jfidivi-
Bishop Herbert B Shaw of the I
ccmpletely destroyed by fire Saturday dual needs and enote themselves DRESSES
District of
the
Sixth Episcopal
night, Jan. JO."Ibe fire la
headed in some phase of self-Improve
Zion Church
AMT5 a
reported to have started In the
which visited Macro ment The school's library Is open
delegation club section of the building about for public use Monday through NEW Dresses
from January 26 to Feb. I They Thousands of Beautiful
7 pm. while a capacity crowd' of Friday after 330 p/n.
held conferences with the local the'I VALUES TO $25.00
movie gt+err were attending
church pattered: by Rer A. C.
theatre. Except for a police who:
Rolle. and made surreys to extend BOY 4, DIES IN
suffered a sprained ankle there and
Only $1.00
the work In the Bahama I up
Mrs. Pauline Ferguson and the was no Injury Firemen fought; HOUSE BLAZEFort
Rer D. L. Pldgeon of St.' Mat the flames for two boors during)II Lauderdaoale A four-
them, Miami were with fee heavy showers before they got' |I old UNIFORMSS1.0O
year- boy died Tuesday and I
I the fire under control.' It is Iflre-
group. Iv that the rain prevented the his 10-year-old brother was
flames from spreading to other burned seriously In a fire which
Errol "Mice Neymoor wa I swept' through a frame house occupied -
bulMirtrs in the neighborhood.
sentenced to a total of six years by 14 persons Other $2.00 & $3.00VALUES
imprisonment Jan. 17. Nay ,
on members of the family scrambled
mour who waa already dome SAY ALA. to safety' through smashed win TO $12.00
time in escaped from police
custody ''an. July. He .waa returned LYNCHINGAVERTED dows.Killed In the fire was Thomas Cocktail Dresses, Men's and Children' Clothing

on Jar I, after h, WM. Bf'th.' ., J12 NW 4th ave. APPAREL OUTLET
Identified In a hospital where be .
was a traffic vktim. He was 127 N.W. 2nd St. Take elevator to 2nd floor)
charged with _48 offc &. I I .According to an AWP dispatchthe : JABBERWOCKB. I Phone FR 7-2943
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mysterious kidnapping of a
Mitchell Ritchie, a Bahamian dark skin man and a blonde wo- T. W. Auditorium .
laborer, was shot and kfflad oo man. U reported by a service
Saturday night Jan. S4 at Bella, station operator In Birmingham. Monday, February 29 Our Classified Columns Get Fait Result
Glade Fla. by Pablo Diax a Ala. last week, was solved a police I -
Puerto Rican The victim was' commissioner reported. -
shot four time< with a 33 caMbre
pistol Din is being held by Pate Ctocnmisjnoner Kiajcne Connor I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates--Call
Beach county authorities.Donatiwn reported that the man taken fora
Negro by Charles Hotean was
Johnson 28, was a drk skin Gypsy The racial
charred in the Magistrate's Court Identity of the woman was not COLLECTION
on F b. 3. with the murder of mentioned' but both she and the BONDED
John P. Larrymore, JO. Larry i man ire said to hare been sent
more unemployed carpenter. out of the county.HARLEM .
was taken to the Pi tineas Margaret
Hosrital sufferinf' with a
stab wound at 2:30 pm. and died SQUARE .
AGENCY Inc.
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The stabbing, took place on o : N
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PERSULAN HAIR STYLE AND Dr. Hawkins THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA


COLOR PARADE Receives Award SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1960 PACE 11

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Featuring stylist Bill Simmons, world famous male Tallahassee Three' persons

hair irtylst of N>w York City from the Rose Meta House will receive, the Florida A and M

of Beauty and mtlonal demonstrator for Persnlan Beauty University Clinical Association
Awards of Merit and one will
Product
', over 300 beauticians
were taught many new receive the FAMU Ho4tal
techniques and trends In hair atylin cutting scalp+ treatments Award of Merit during the Associatkn's

and coloring. PERSULAN Beauty Products<< Comp- public health assembIr -
nmr. makers of the medlcsted program In the Charles Winter
scalp treatment and the Wood Theater on Wednesday
Persulan Benramot hair conditioner. I'non-nrftd the recent Feb' 10. at 10 am. Dr. George W.

clinic in conjunction with the King Cole Beauty Supply Gore Jr. A and M president win
Company. preside over the convocation.

-- --- ,- -- Dr. William H. HiccUu. president -
TESTIMONIALS p
IIIGIIUGirTED of the Aaaodation. will preside .
CLINICMost of the beautitkians t"'MtnMn Beauty Supplies, nen.1 over the thrre-day confab
testified freely that the tt gel J<*hn.on. nmerviaer at Vlrfnla here at the Florilda A and M
beauty customer bad received I Beach" : Ml, Khnfra raft.I University Hospital on Feb '-ll
the best and fastest result from I n'n Ms! 1-h" Frances" Dixon Dr Hifftns .is from Palatka.
the use of Persulan scalp treat. and Mrs Saute OHins.Ilrrh .
meat for severe dandruff; balapob d Dr Eucene Dibble, medical di.
ftcfcj scalp falltoc hair, prabes and expressions of rector John A Andrew Mecno-
I ,or>irfaton# } .
cum fnwn all who .
athletic nat Hospital Tue ecee. will deliver
foot letter and ring on I .
tten Vd the rr.nqrLA'f BEAUTY
the health
convocation mes-
little children. Dill Stamens wai
nXTCATTOVAL CUVTC ash age on "Education and the Pub-
asked why the thousands of men, lnr enf t benefidat and !In prt- ';< Health In Changing Africa.
women' end children like the rational. **We rot so much out of,
Permian nerramot M well? WIHSfenmons the dink and enjoyed It very' Slated to receive awards of
crDlatned that the Barti much," remarked many Mrs merit are >E A. R Lord. M. D,
**** ti.erf fn Permian Js mPUTre I Marion Muldrow offered pray-r Balnbridce Ga.; G.W.IIawkins
nr1 that It fo Imported alt i D. D. S. Miami!; Mrs. D. M. WOI -
"e "very truer Italy I). A., Julius, nretfdent of Sun-,I ,Mama, R.N.. Tallahasse; M. T.
Refit Beauty School. delivered Waters a Ph. Newark. N. J,
the weVnmlnf address at the
presented by Miller II. Johnson.
During the entire two days for .
mwnf".Inn .
Mrs tu!* Ba
eight hours each! day Mr Sim
CfOY of Orl.Mft! tetrad as solei lFrtna
morn k<'tH the croup of beauticians Mrs D vis It' 'Rt' Petersburg AIR FARE TO
spe(bound with his MS and and Mm A D iniTrer of Atl n-
peed of styHnf such variety of tI waisted Mr' 5?ns Mrs NASSAU CUT LI
styles and textures with pntSULAV 'OOnT along with Mn Jean I
BEROAMOT Press and the Ouch. m 1r-ir and" charm intnic I TO $28Bahamas
crrme press, Over 33 beautifulmodels <*r IiTtW'TR BROS
were prepared' for the J11I' tTV rrvrmsf Atlanta Airways Ltd. announced
style' and fashion show which was were t.w. fMturM model attne- this week it will reduce
heM lt Tuesday at Club ML t/mnt at the stvle and fashion: the roundtrip fare between Miami .
how Mrs IfPhrers orffln.il i and Nassau from $33 to $21
BEAUTY SCHOOLS PARTICIPATING rrnrns created hrenthtrtmr ex- effective' March 1.
: Large troupe of cosmetetocv e4terrrent Mr Wit Pr.*n m ni- .
Ole' West The airline also announced It
students came from rev Ktng Coatt branch
the following schools North.western a..t'-"d Mr Bums In carrying will start dally flight service from
Hfck under the directionof v.ret the heaw conk nroeram, N'' Ft Lauderdale and West Palm
Mrs Lout** Mitchell; OasorjUnhrertHy If frw national Perwibn' Beach to Nassau, effective Monday
of Covnetolorr' students nubile reaMMM dh ctor. coord-! .
alone with Mrs Willie M. r"ed the entfre clink' and style Hot Dang! Here Comes. .
Ceasor. owner, and Wllhebnena .How cttv1tie. A D inHrer
Starky, instructor Sunlight Beautr Prrni'an field! representative, Beautiful Home a
School Mr and Mrs. D A. I, wnniMed the hundreds of dollar Your Lot
Julius, owners and Mrs, Ella h Pernalan. prizes to the lucky
Mencur. I instructor: from Fort winners
Lauderdale th* McWhite Beauty GOLDEN SPUR
The rratlfrin* >rt f Harm
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School
student .
body and Mrs.F.i4sabeth ,
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r*snmn ,*Wnt q.e K'nl'< Co'e UnJ
McWbite. owner. and
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Mrs. Ma M Bernard, f utrun or. Tleautv fmolT P" aided toward
th* swee ef thN educations" ?
student and Mrs C Clark director ..
he Mtr eNnlc prenentatienMr
of. the Jones department rIch' of School eosrnetafecy Vrm'nf" concludmff remark I At last* GolJcn Spur the \\'ilJ'nt Wine in the big
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Orlando. Over 20 different dtiejwere were "I always et>eriene C.I' lu.1I41""s a.evla
rrareented from: over the .It Ir-n en-e nt 'Joy and a oulpJ i square bottle is available in fTorida.. Now this here'sa
state of Florida ,H "' '"f "" re after' a weTlnh PLANNING
""nfO | and I haw helped beau-
PRIZE WINVERS First t rlZt
tu-, skirt and art FINANCING
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Monday Williams
won by Betty
McWhlte8 Beauty School which Mr SVmwm! loft tut-I' Yt-wr Maw Noes.ItpAIrNG you drink it I You try it'! Hut dang, it's food
was $4930 Transitor radio First to ara ear at Florida A and M
verritr where he also e /
prize
Tuesday, was won by Mrs
LouUe Mitchell which consistedof dinner' enrarmtent as house neat e MIMOOILINOMCNOVATINO
10 silver dollars and US taPERSULAN ttI T>r and Mrs. Gore. e Reach for GOLDEN SPUR, the Wild West
The next mammoth beauty
products. Oft "00
in Persulan prizes were won by clink featuring Mr Simmons'' Over Twanty v.... *tf Wine in the Big Square Bottle!
hundreds of beauticians and will be held March 21-22 tn Coeotntstloe I."" ....
beauty who attended Tampa
shop customers Ch..1ItM4 iatalutleeNE '
the Persulan Hair Style

The Parade Dare, fashion Burn show birthday and Fantasy dance TIITIflCME 'V r i7rnCCL Now only *1 115 for the big 24 oz. bottle

Hour eras very ezdtinc featureat nSTfc
the dance. Serving as Judges r sec r sus Nth. rut' !: e
far the Persulan Hair styling contest c-::-i-; :-= e

. were Mrs. O?tl Bring and ... /NI N ........ ft-6171 Gol kn Spur, a product of CmmUxl VinlKn.S ,
other local outstandinc 'Hlr Sty. .
aUftxma
"rancttco.
3fte. Among the speeds honored 1121 N.W. 29th Street .
west' were Mrs. Christina Jenkins. Miami I

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good and punish the evil. If God
Congregational)
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Dr. H. C McDowell, pastor
must be if He is God then He
A E McNea! reporter
must be Just. Hl Justice win
force Him to reward and punish starteda
I I Sunday Rev. McDoweU
according to merits. I series of sermon on the subject
In this article we have not devoted -Witnesses to his Passion" which
ail the apace to proving the will be continued each Sunday
IJflCtO Cucrefi existence of Heaven because aU until Easter "So rinus" was the
: men feel within their hearts that witness last week.
good will be rewarded and evil The pastor Is very pleased
punished In our column we have 1 with the cooperation" of parentsand
dwelt a little on the nature of, children at the Wednesday
I Heaven. U we really think overall period for special Instructions.
that has been written we will i Superintendent Robbln Raleigh
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that the Bible and commonsense 1 last the
agree will visit with us the of
't What Catholics prove beyond the shadow, month.

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA I of a doubt that Heaven exists for The choir' of the church madeIts
I Believe About the good. Let us all think ever first appearance Sunday and

PACE 12 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20 1960 very seriously whether we are everyone feels that under the
I 'HeavenFather deserving of Heaven for our past diredkn' of organist William

Robert CfeOrandta deeds. Johnson we are In store for
Holy Redeemer hwrth For more information on this some very good music each Sun
ANTIOCH BAPTIST ST. MARK. P. B. CHURCH 1301 NW 71st St, Miami vital subject, write to Information
47-737, Miami. day.Visitors and friends are always
Her. J. W. Stevenson, pastorM. t 5154 N.W. ttrd Ave. Heaven is a place of perfect 11 service lathe
T. Copeland. reporter ,. Rev. F. L. Johnson pastor 1 happiness In the next werld. We welcome to our a.m Adventist

Sunday School .,,............. fcSC, Mildred Thomas, reporter i can say this because St. Paul has JABBERWOCKMonday Seventh Day NW 50th stand
Morning worship ,............ 11:00 Sunday School ., ,-,-..-..----, WO written in his epistle to the Corinthians School Auditorium..
.... 338 .__ 24th ave.CORE
BTU Morning worship 11:00 (2.9), "Eye has not seen

Ermine worship 7:00 Evening worship ....,,...-m.. 7:00 or ear heard nor has It entered February 29 -- -
Prayer service Wed. I Into the heart of man what things
Services throughout the day 1:30t t God has prepared for those who B. T. W. Auditorium Needs You
will follow the usual procedure The ladles of the church prei love Him" Of course It. Is foolish
Choir No. 2 and usher board No. sent a Fashion Extravaganza on to think that those who are
2 will serve In the morning. Choir f I Sunday, Feb.' 21 at 3:30 Liberty enemies ef Jesus by serious sins
No. 1 and usher board No. 1 at Square auditorium NW llth ave. will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. -
the erenlnf worship.On I I and 63rd st Refreshments will be Only those who have repented

served. | | their sins will enjoy the
Feb. 7 we elected a pastor, of 1tICL9
In the rerson of Her.' J. W. Stereos -\. Wednesday night after prayer J rewards which the rood God will L" OR
of Fitzgerald, Ga. We know/ meeting you are welcome to an j rive to those who have tried toleM
If you haTent heard him unusual program. 1 a rood life.
you hare heard about him. 1PMt.1 I 1i The mart natural question that
Unite you to come and I MT. HERMON A. M. E. i arises Is the nature of this wonderful .
gospel minister. He will be here happiness. In what does U
permanently In the month of Rey f'.ma..1 flay paetor I consist It will consist In seeing

March if not before. We will be Sunday School ......_._..._._ ..20 < looking for Morning worship ................_ I-ft I Him in divine! love. "We see now
you. Evening worship ..........._.._... 7-00,1, through a mirror In an obscure:
We wish to thank the Her. O. Publicity Commute. i manner but then face to face*
L nicks and officers of the I ( Corinthians 13:13) Because God
church for the wonderful service As usual bit things are still made you for Himself you can llftr
rendered while we were without happening at the biggest little |find perfect harplness only in h

a paster. Let us not forget to pray church in town. | j knowing and loving Him perfectly >cD T DRUG
for our sick and shut-Ins Correction11 It was state quar. ,; ] and forever St Augustine has ...
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terly conference, Instead its the :' ..
,",id: Thou hast made us for l-
Church of Transfiguration District Conference.We Thyself 0 Lord and our hearts (. r < Jt. :-:- J.r'" .

(Eoiscoeal n had a very unusual financial -I will always be restless until they' c M.J.W.at.se. veers.
rest' in Thee". This explains whywe
2S71 N.W. 152nd Terr. report In Sunday School and
won tire of earthly thins |
the
Ven. John E. Culmer superintendent Willie Fletcher
priest In charge was very proud of the efforts. !which for a lone time we eacer-|
ly anticipated. Quickly, all things
Stanley Sweeting reporterServices The 2nd annual program of our lose 1 their appeal Have we not allexperienced Get out of the rut! Come and see
every Sunday baby contest last Sunday afternoon thrill In
< a expecting
Morning Wrrhfp ... .._. MO
was quite a success. The i some new' addition to our poases4ens -
Sunday School ..__ 1030 pastor, members and director!
I for example a now car. HunterWHO
wish to think all others far theirconperation. After we have It for a while we Bishop
SPIRITUAL
MISSIONARY take It for granted and start
I I looking! for something new to
10250 S.W. neth Street
Sunday at 3 p.m. usher beard IS WELL
Rev. Ernest Hutcheson :. No. poes hoplrtr that It will make
pastor.I 2 will hold Its first annjversary. .
us happy. All through life
An we KNOWN AS
Next 1, enJoy.btep 'cram is await that which
Sunday morning the R". .nm thlnl"
,, beint
prepared for
Edward Ferguson. raster of Beu-. your listening wM" find! the yearning which we PROF.HUNTER
pleasure Ittte Mss Jack' .
lah Ml,ionary Baptist Church t Parker fee In our soul In reality, thatfilling"
will give! her the
rendition For 33
of
paat yean
Cnn Crore will be our speak* The lord's Pray.In of the vacancy In our
er. opera. heart realised only In Heaven
la
Refreshments will be I sick and
served. I where wehlft God for our own If you are
Last Sunday the BTU was reorganized Please visit the sic and shut-' never to lose Him. We are finally worried or in trouble

Pudding' at the metln ins. I i happ for all eternity. this is the place to
; wa oar new president, Bra .
The next matter for consideration
'
Clark. S4 ter Marrret Rolle was !ST. MARY'S W. M. 1s htm much happiness we come. Don't star in the

elected' as vif. president Bro. Rey E. A CVflrner p*.tr r hall have In Heaven; shall an rut. Push back the veil

Mae Cox. Black treasurer and Sister Essie Mrs Duwkfns reporter' men have the same amount of of the lack of understanding

secretary .enn".. School ._ rat' Joy. The answer Is no. because and bad luck

The choir' under the direction Momln worship ...... _. _.. II-Nt all mn have not worked that to hold I
of Bro. Ereklel Miller will meet fvenlne -'m ... .. 7it with the same earnestness to seem you
Sunday: afternoon' In preparation I please 1 Cd Our degree of Joy in your track and ad. '

for Friday night' of next week Sunday School was opened bv will be proportioned to our lovef vance forward by the
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when It will sine educational' 0. w"*r'nte + ,.rM,* W \Tir- .nft T"'nv wb*> have been
night at the Atlantic Coast Bio-' thy After devHion the el.setook rare virtuous and prayerful oo help of God. ,

tkt Ae ne4atinn. The pastor wi3 their repetlve traces with earth will be more happy because
deliver: the sermon. Shortly after their teachers. The lesson was reviewed they have striven to please Jesus Your home and everyday

this meeting nn Sunday the Mistenary -' bv the superintendent more, and have more of His love life can be made

Society of which Sister'I I The momln dev In their hearts They will see God happy. H. will show
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Elcena Gordon is president will I ,,. he Rev If V Stuart tlon was One led In- nvre more hatry clearly! But and all consequently men shall be be you bow to bypass yourenemiea

meet.We I. nt WM baptired.! filled' with happiness In Heaven and get the

are pleased to announce The anus) conference" of the I' each In a different degree. If you things that Cod put in the world for you. Let the
that Monday night f this week take ten different size glasses and
r bred We Ievan
the Method'st peace of God fill your soul mind and body then the
prayer service has been' fill them' to
capacity can
con f you aay
rhurch I>V \ .
re c. F ob 7/
eonvenen >
ducted by Bro. Clark. Tit at Mary's Churrh. 1609 NW that each Is filled to the brim power that !I. in you will be awaken and you will be

5th court The welcome prorTa | but the lamer glasses! hold more in a higher state of mind and apirit.
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME "it b.- nn Werln.Kd rr n'eMn than the smaller ones. So every
wne\ of the f"\Ittrflndfnr citizens body who has tried to love God SUNDAY 10:30 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
Richmond Heights will be filled to but
capacity
R.. Albert .Ton**, m, tor of the city win appear.TEMPLE those who have tried hardest will Peat Hunter'a afflce .U open dally trim 10 a.m. to t p.m.

Mlhna Harris, reporter BAPTIST have a larger capacity for happi far readings. and consultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Pro
Sunday School: .-... -. f-jfl ness. As In the of glasses
case the la licensed by the State and Reader.
County as
a
Morning worship .........___, 11:00: Per T. A Thr,n, "D.q.mda patr all will be filled to overflowing.The .
ACE League _......IL1. .?.... 430 y !School ?. tiff crnclusion that we can draw Located at 5417 Southwest 17th St., Hollywood Fla.

M"' rnirnt wmrhln .. ... .. .._. 11"M from this Is that we should work
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY RTTT .._... 5.511 with all the powers of our heart One mile east of 7th Ave. or Highway 441, Old

George' Savitt. author Evenlnr worship ... 7-oa to love God and love our neighbor Pembroke Road 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remem
of "Phil
Ossofer Says" and press' reprejentative The junior' choir will sing durIne It is Interesting to note that ber the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood
of the Florida.
Banal Assembly the morning servii Sun-
on there will be no pain In
or sorrow
of Miami. will lead the discussionat dav This eroup, tinder the direction awHu..t.., .
U
the Banal Heaven but complete Joy We alao the Mctor .f The Spiritual Temple .tZlon
Center 1ST .
NW nf Mrs V
Strschan
11th aye. 7 is shall know our family' and friends .Inc.. Mm address. Visitor welcome .
pn. Sunday. Ftbl 21 'n'ff'e better and better. every Sunday .Ie. ..
If they attain to
lila subfeet will be, "Why Unlversal -' The Savmtt Club Mrs. Fctuartt knowledge will be Heaven another and sourceof this 7:30 .......
F4uatlonl"Everyone """ ''MDtm (""fa'"tf'It
joy A practical conclusion of
In Invited to participate anniversary at Tenn1e Sunday:
this
truth I I. that we should all
Jn this discussion. at 4 om A snlcy rrorram ,Urromlsed
near every day to be faithful to
and the rublic Is invited Gad In all the events of life. This
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MORNING STAR
BAPTIST
SIC NW 2Srd Street The men' of Temple, with Deartm Iv to be able to say at any time
Rev. I. Clapton.. patter A J. Harms M chairman and If God calls me now. I am readyto
Sister Sadie Ellis reporter Bro" Edward Thlrntttn as co-J meet' Him; I am ready to die
Munday School $H chairman. are all set fr the annual For those who doubt the existence

Mntning service n---, .., 11SflKvenfn ccnte' The women are of Heaven we would like
R111 Slo lining uo this week There t N no to rdnt not the fact that thereis

service ... ....,.,...., 730 allowance for marklnr' tl."rew fAr much Injustice on earth. The
ere welcome. the date Is fixed for Mireh 27 I wined often suffer and the evilpreseer.
The women say that theY are n turared" Where Is the Justice that
they are just rfylnf the I ill men crave? Many times It is

men a head-start, and then .j not feund on earth. We can
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I RAY MITCHELL'S
HerUt'l
_0-ui uo.f Tourney .u. a ) -- -
UD. ihlt wu one of the best
.ii..s we've had. Celebs were nice affair at the Cub Mi Tuesday
noon iron everywhere and they night All the many
w.%. a ba... heap many new faces friends cl ""Doc::" Jollhrette willwant
._'-*.a up on the scene such as to attend his requiem mass
_--.eirib and his wife st St. Mary's athedral Tuesday
..a.; . m..; Al Uriifin and his Spouse.?oatlmte to pack 'em in t :
w o.ene; allIrom N. Y. at St. Usry's Cathedral Tuesday
*wru.n of Detroit; Corlaa LJberty City residents can stop
..4 ...Y.; Arty and Mrs.jjoo in any afterncon at the Senior II' +
i4.veyn) of Detroit; Citisens Room at the Community Ta ra
I-M Kendrlx (he's a PhD. Center for their free polio vaccine
Rcblnson being A large crowd was on
n;*); Suar Ray
nu,.akcn for Joe Williams; Jack- hand Wednesday night for the
.< itUMucn (no relation to Su- jig opening of the fabulous new
g...* ana amen for that; Zlggieauswo SUgfer Dog Track. And guess
; Veteran, Show Producer AASt JIM CROW won the second -
w....g' eaowell (the man who half 0( the double and paid .
oaraa Vaughn the star she 11 pounds. .
u. -*
..ttaaTidoy Rhodes Joe Until next .e fc please y1lwve I a

.. ...a *MI ai press time were life every golden minute of
"...... ve.y. very well; Ray Bolts it. Peace.' Fourteen excited young ladles

woos ai.n.r ol Cleveland; Mary received certificates and pins atan Personal Mention 48th sL, visited Blmlnl last week.
..Aron and Spouse also ofw MT. TABOR .
Mr Sharpe returned to Miami on
impressive graduation; ceremony
vc ou, lh.ls Jenkins of Miclel
.4uu lot MWI .CMvel&Dd) and PRESENTS in Northwestern Senior. Wilbert KNIT, .Halnally ef 81* I Sunday and and reported a verypleasant
luturauy her spoiue. Duke Jeo- MARTIN SINGERS High School: Asuditorium last' mini', Bahamas and new .f Oetrcit. I happy trip.

ass; Steve Mcl-mury, Ernie Sunday. Feb. 14.Inspirational Is visltlnz relatives and Mrs. Amelia Shavers of 1920
friends In Miami Mr. Kelly who
Amos
iUbert Jackson
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atye Ticket for the Roberta Martin NW 4th (court has been confined
.. Coaca Lverette, Eugene guidance mat Imported it accompanied by his wife Rafu-
u .ns, tigers can now be purchased at to her home more than two
...-tlII', ..ux. rmyer, Oscar RaA,., >ic fcllowing locations: throu.h the medium of avery left has been living in Detroit months She is an ardent memberof
... .. ,......era ucury of Dover, Md. stirring and informatitx; fur more than 28 years. St Agnes Efc>l ocpal Church
trot ...** Myrtle Patterson Downtown area: Barkley's Cut talk by Mrs. Swan Harris. Mrs Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. and of the Daughter Elks and
-4 ak on the course Rate Sundry Store. 1201 NW Ird Harris summarized by PrsctlnlI saying Kelly made a trip to Biminl by., many other organliatllns.
u.i... say lighten- Thomas Blue at the Council I that The light cf '
-- a + err ave, boat It was Mrs. K U, nrst trip -
-4 .... nt sttikc twice in the I3t the Blind. 470 NW 11th sL,I Nursing! does much to (Illuminate V the Bahamas resort They returned .
a.-r.r erir: taint so for this Negro Precinct Police Station r the health team and is the recommended to Miami on Sunday
to be sought by I
y*.j uu some thing happened toM (use 5th ave. entrance) and goal I JABBERWOCK
rt. one luuk SAC* tau opening Petrl's Grocery Sure. 1301 NW all Licensed Practical Nuries. I The KHlji' also visited Nsssau
wy uf tco/e. Actually, to wnU 2nd ave. Receiving certificates were during the previous week and
m... ol tw names ol persons in left to rt if Marietta Msllorv I' tlan to visit Key West and West, Monday, Feb. 29th
."..n *oiM uke up the entire LJbertyClty : Mt Tabor 8&pt11tChurda. Gloria Divcn. Hattle Mae Wil, Palm teach before returning to
p.*... so ..t', lint" say Hay Mtta 1701 NW 17th ave. between !larva. Winifred Win tie. Betty I Detroit While in Miami. the"B. T. W. Auditorium
.._. ,,orut-&o licit Tour- the hours of 730 to 10pjn. I Parker, RerueWa. Taylor Gloria Kellvs are supping atM homeof
n%/ was a nuge success, and we (us* rear entrance). Hyler, Rosa Wright Earnestlne Walter Jane 1713 NW 74thst ,
a ,
*iu nave more Miami women in ket 4S2S NW 27th ave. tine Brown. Thelms Alvin Assort: motor city net week
tae runnjig, and 41 wW even top Leola Jefferscn and Ruby Thompson -,k of NW!Advertise It Pays!
U2J
vni one. Richmond HrkjfaU: mat C. Jtubert Sharpe

Martin Elementary School. Tot t R .t- .. 11", 1Ia" U:'SitS1lSJrDfiL.w.Ji" A itil .
PRETTY GIRL .f the Week any inicnnation, relative to UM -- ---------- -
Betiuce Brown Pretty Bay concert call CZ0771..
ol tree Week: Willie Lamar .
Policeman of the Week: Jessie Pectin: Mrs. Coretha Phillips,I
f s-h Secretary of the Week. 10210 SW lllst at.Ofiomestead ,
wautrcd Cox.I .
: Sweeting's. Beauty FREE
WAS INV-0 u Or. Ira P. Parlor and Ida's Cat. 'v FREE

Davis buthday party last Tuea* West HoOrwood:: Molasse
Beauty Shop 3909 SW 20th ,t.
nay D .ta' a i Pour Out but we
were unatue to attend because Sunday. Feb. 2f at J oVlodt. Is
ot my gig with Catlings Black the big day to hear the famous
Label acvcrthekss 1 was told Martin Singers The place is the 1960 Auto Tag With Every
it was a fine party and even U Dade County Auditorium 2901
1 am late in the column liappy W. Flatter St. Advance admission
Birthday, Doc. The funny part 11.%$. $1JO at the door. MotorsYOUR
Griffin
of the situation 1s that we sent Car Sold At
the birthday cud a week early. Pa&ronbeh1I affair and help
us to build a much-needed bigger
DOWN PAYMENT ON A
YVONNE OHOLSTON, U.e fe* Mt. Tabor. CAR WILL PROBABLY MAKE THE
male Wild Bill Davis at the Sir Mrs. A L Powell is chairman LATER MODEL USED CAR.

Joan u if it Lunge.*nt playing even there.the U organ you of Rev Ways, P S.and Brown Means pastor.Committee.F2S 57 Chevrolet, 2-door sedan. A real nice car, only ........................ 999.00

havent heard her, please do. She. sedan hardtop radio heater, etc. .... ........ 999.00
is a humdinger pretty too. Reminds St. John' Choir 66 Pontiac 4-door .:

you, ex-heavy of Alice champ Darr. Incidentally Joe- In Musical I 56 Buick Hardtop, radio, heater, extra sharp, only ............ .... 999.00

Louis has signed as her manager ExtravaganzaThe ............... 899100
Heard Jackie R&blnson telling 55 Olds 88 four door. A green and white beauty ... .. ..

Cuban Reps that despite the .... ..... ...... .. 799.00
Situation hen in America, hasuit very talented ItO-volce 55 Chevrolet 4-door, radio, new plastic ...t cover .
back his country until choir of SL John's Institutional,
the U.must S. and Castro's government I Baptist Cburcto' will appear in 55 Plymouth 4-door, Savoy, 2 Urn finished with radio ............ 799.00
friction. its annual musical. extravaganzaon
thrash out its alight
After all sex Jackie Tin an Wednesday evening March 2.. 55 Mercury 4-door aedan. This U a .very sharp ODe .................... 799.00
American first. M t .'clock at the church.: ,
Under the able direction of 53 Cadillac Fleetwood, sedan, radio, heater, air conditioning (1799.00
QUICK NOTEftll Peeale InOAI Mrs. Pauline Dunn, the choir
: Arthur. Prysock,, well will feature spiritual, classics and 55 Pontiac 2-door sedan, radio and very clean ..._....................... 699.00
uc Record star Sir Charles kit songs. Solo. leads will be
'npson tasking; about his alen. handled by Nathaniel Townsel. 54 Mercury 4-door sedan, music and heaL Only ...A...... ..... 599.00
Tommy liroan and LUas Mrs. Frsnfcie Shumake and
dgg.ng the oilers teeing Ulysses Morris. Admission .Is free 54 Chevrolet 4-door sedan. Blue and white, radio, nice ............ 599.00
Sink* Fisher and Al Lock- and the public is Invited to this
In town tc" promote Negro annual musical attraction.Miscellaneous I II 53 Old 4-door sedan SS. Radio, lovely French gray ................ 499.00
.sti for Havana the I IH
and Lockhart public "-I I 53 Ford 2-door, V<8, new paint run very food, only ................ 399.90
cat business: is a growing conr -
a 11 Uieie were ever two mewc MANY, MANY MORE FOR YOUR INSPECTION
uld :Induce people to go to For Sale

ji. thc.e are they. I I WE FINANCE YOU RIGHT HERE
Glasa jalousie windows Insl4 .
ICIAL NOTE o my "atKsr NO OUTSIDE LOANS NECESSARY
(n. Garth this time) but doors. Green toilet aDd

< e +*L 04 Otto extended"thanks' to. me for dur-thee waaabowL Screen door. Gas ALL CARS PLAINLY PRICE-MARKED

h: 'onb.South Tourney inl I wall beater. Lionel train. S
*r m m' hive the time off to,
witAs. f'r st Im" concerned.rs Cheap. HI 5-2267. GRIFFIN MOTORS
**"c ', a helluva guy. 1 I

v VKERS'! RIce
I JABBERWOCKMonday
Rt".t! playr -
N.W. 7TH AVE. MIAMI
'. Kalesh Try- 850 ,
t a: .) .-k toe vieationb I I Feb. 29thB. Closed Sunday-Open Week Day Till 9 p.m.
Utty are rplurglog here .
The Jackie Robinson# tatJmoza1aJwam" T. W. Auditorium -7tr'' Pl li. nE>rya'l_ MTHE Tlj1'11' m '=T'T.1"1r1 ?a 1T7 1 1ssR'l *["RRJa Ttf lrt! '7 '
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PAGE 14 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20 1960 I Kev. Paul freeman pastor CELEBRATE 1628 N.W. 5th Ave.
situ ..,.vv. OWL d.. ana iiin Ave Sunday School ................-, M:*
UDGQ bmo 4 du NEGRO HISTORY Morning worship .... .... .... llrOC
aiurning & rvce ILtw Evening worship ________.... 7.-00
AN110CH BAPTIST J-'IKST UNHARlAft WEEK
aU U 8.tM
M... u. WW. ttMur. pastor "When They Bury The L a a t evening Service 7nwTvieaday When people come to know !| ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
A. L.. Juunw/u, r.l,n.r Iconooasf will be the sermon ( night) each other truly know; each other -I N.W. 4th Ave. and lath Terr.
Sunamjr bcnooi ... ......._.. IU suflject of the Rev. Robert Wbonen it will be hard for bigots racists -I fnon Titlt1t
Mwruuig SHU v tern .......... JlaftISIU minister tne >lrst Unitarian and hate-cnongers to spread
ML Olive Baptist
44 Missionary
.-- 1:31 Cauron, SW 2 th Road dissension among them. Beforewe Daily .._........ ...... I a.mi
E.venuua: wutaaap ......,...., igN on freb. 21, 11 axn. The adult 402 N.W. 2nd Ave can ask that *je lore one another j i I holiday ...... 7 a.rn & 8.3U aon
lorum and church school are heldat Ualiandaie. Florida we must first demand that
ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E. 1U3U am.Bejinning Rev. Benjamin mnkun, pastor "ye know one another." I 1 I NEW UL1HLL bAPTIST
at 8 pzn. on Monday Rev. C. C. McCiary reporter Toward this end of coming to1
Rev. J:. ... Blotter pastor Feb. 23 at the church, Rev. Soo- Evening Service 8 pou know one another, the Greater 1571 N.W. 68ift Terrace
L Clot Sweeting. reporter' en will lead a aerie of discussions Sunday School ?, 3W Miami Benevolent Society is observing Rev. Ernest William, pastorI.
Sunaay bcnooi _- 930Morning fur three -ionoay evenings on Morning service llou Negro History Week on: B. Brown reporter

Worsnip ..__ .._ U4M -An Introduction 'to Unitarian- Evening service _.-....- 7.DC Friday evening Fob. 26 at the Sunday bcnuut ... .............. 930
A. C. k. League .-........... flaw .Im." Toe public is Invited free of BTU _____-._____-_.-.-_.--. 8XA Jewish Cultural Center, 429 Morning worship .. ........... 11:00
Evening Wwrsoip .., ,_..,.. 7.-OU charge. Lenox Ave. Miami Beach. The BTU Sao

The Mid Overcoming the Nazarene Booker T. Washington High Cvnmg worship ................ 7:00
MT. ZION A. M. E. Downers will have a School Chorus under the direr
Chinese dinner. at 830;. pan. on 12101 S.W. 219th St. lion of Mrs. Leila Williams, will
22nd Are, Comer 152nd St.. Tuesday, Feo. 23 at the home of Gouids Fia.Lawrence a& ar in a series of Negro free t I New Testament, Nazarene
Opa Locka Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Harrison, dom *I
Reddick. pastor songs, and a one act tragedycalled
Rev. C. J. Jenjuna Sunday School 10:00
pastor twI NE 2ith at. M ---
dunuay School ........, .,...... fcM Young adults in their 20s aDdW. Sunday School l&Oi Breeden" by Randolph Morning worship ________ 11:00:
11:01Evangelistic Edmonds will be
Morning Wonhlp ............, l1UU have been invited to an informal Morning worship Service 8.0Ufrtv the direction of presented Leroy Washington under -I(I Evangelistic Service 8.00:
League fcutt 1045 N.W. lit Court
get-together at the home ____ x0 The will be Rev.!
Evening WorshipTRINITY ........... 1010 U John. Tnaxion Mil Caribbean -Prayer and Bible 1. i Edward T.speaker Graham 01 the ),It.j i I Lawrence Reddick pastor
Blvd Cuuer Midge on Friday Mszetla Reddick. associate
Zion Baptist Church and E. A.
THE INCARNATION Wed.' -Prayer and Bib.e .... 8.00
WESLEYAN *eb. 28. 3:301.... Slander cultural chairman of ...
Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor That same evening at 730 al Church School and Adult the Greater Miami Benevolent I --

Mrs. Phyiiis Andrews, reporter the cnuron, Frank G. Wilson will Bible Class .,..,...,........... 30 Society. I''KESI HAM meat
Sunday School ....-... -- fcOO give a workshiV tor church and Solemn Sung Mass ..... 10:45 We ask all our Negro neighborsto
Morning Worship ..,,...,,... 11=00 school teachers in the use of EYC Meeting 830 be with us that evening and GOING BACK
Evensong .. 739 help us celebrate this Important .,
Young People's Meeting ___ fcOO audio equipment: and materiaL .
&Sk r.a. --......r......w..r..w. .-
0<< >n. The program trill be ,M.,,r .
Wednesday, Feb. 24 is SL Matthaw's -.- -----
very interesting and the admission
ST. PAUL A. M. E. NLW HOPE: BAPTIST ----------- --
Day Solemn Macs at 6 is free. Please remember the ........-...-.-w eaaw
Rev. M. J. Faysoo. pastor Rev. James E.: Brown, pastor sin; Solemn Evensong and Meditation date and place Friday Feb. 28 at aw. .rs saa-e-_-r-.rww..-.--.--
Itfth St. and 4th Court Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporter at 8 p-m. S pjn at the Jewish Cultural

Sunday School ..,........- Ml Morning Worship ll:0t The the I2* pal Center. 429 Lenox Are, Miami t
._......... meting of Beach
Morning worship lltff Evening Worship 70 Churchwomen will be held on Bring your friends andnclghborL zmji i
ACE League __- fct B. T. U. ... 830 Wednesday 1a All Admission free.
Evening worship ........... 70 are urged to be pm.present women 1W>27
GREATER BETHEL A.M.E.
BETHANY BAPTIST This day marks our vicar's
It.,. S. A. Cousin, pastor llth anniversary to the priest
S07S N.W. 43th St. Mrs. Jenette raison, reporter hood. Come out and help him OPPORTUNITY
Rev. Rudy Keaton. pastor Sunday: School ., ............ 30 celebrate this glorious occasion. AWAITS YOU
Marjone Shelby reporter Morning Worship .....,.,., ...11:00
Sunday School _- 30 evening Worship ..,._....-. ,:00 Bazaar time is here. Dates: SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
Morning worsaip ..,....... IfcOO: Feb. 2 -27. Friday and Saturdayat
BTU 130 ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. the parish hail The time Is 4 PSYCHIC READER
Evening worship _________ 7:00 pm. until Come join in our gay
P. W. Williams, paster lime beftare our solemn season of
BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST Mrs. Buncsta Green, reporter Lent begins. There will be pie
Sunday School 30 walks, dancing, dinner sales,
2749 N.W. fifth Street Morning worship ?......-..? 11:00 candied' apples pop corn, handicrafts
Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor BTU 830 drinks.
and soft
Annie Pratt reporter Evening worship ... 7:00 Nu T x
Sunday School ,....._...... 30 Coming Event: The Doraey Jr. .
Morning worship ... 11:00 The fourth Sunday in February Ugh School will be our guest on
k. the date set aside for our an- Sunday Feb. 28 at the Solemn
MT. SINAI BAPTIST nual rally. Each member is asked Evensonc with program of sacred
to pay their assessment. See musk. This choir is under the
D. B, reporterRev. your captain soon.TRIUMPH direction' of William Johnson.
S. A. Thomas pastor
Sunday School ---_-_____-. M* CHURCH
Morning worship ., ........ ... 11.Of TRINITY C. M. E.
Prince H. Mob"' pastor
St. John's of The Naxarene Sis. C. McKinney, reporter 2014 N.W. 8th CourtW.

School of Wisdom ...,........ IQcOt V. Geary minister
1476 N.W. 58th Terrace Evening service ...._....... 830 Church School 5:30
Lawrence Reddick, pastor Y.P.LBand..UOTuesday Morning worship ,......... 11:01
Frank Bryant Associate I and Friday _,, fcOl Evening. worship -..... ':0< lAIC -y jmr of Kiprrl eat. guide art prnUvt JOG throucHUf

Sunday School .--______.__. 10:00 __ a Ugfcl...a.. Knki. tin -Wp la .ioraaOTIIKIUi
Morning worship ,......... 11:00: I School of Wisdom begins at 10 EBENEZER METHODIST

Evangelistic' service ........... fcOO o'clock 1200. and noonday service at Rev Aaron D. Hall pastor W1IE0 << FAIL YOU but MK

ST. JAMES Then back: at 1:00: with our Ernestine. L. Hamtorkk. reporter For Success in Business And Love
A. M. E. wonderful service: that everyone Sunday School: .. ,,..,........... 31
Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor would want to enjoy I' Morning aervice ............ 110X CONSULT HER -
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter Afco there will be Pastors Aid: Evening service ... 7.-OC S You can now have your home made happy

Sunday School _______ _. 30 Union meeting at 3:00 at the Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
Morning Worship ,.....,.... 11:00 Triumph hurch in Opa Locka. ST. MARK BAPTIST Don't Stay in the rut get out
now
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A. C. E. League ISO Sister Garner is the
Evening! Worship .._.,.. T000 president. SIM NW Ord Ave. By the help of God she can help you
Rev. F L. Johnson pastorSunday
HOLY REDEEMER GREATER NEW BETHEL School ,......._ 30 ajn. Remove evil influence if you are skis worried or in

Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Morning worship --- -..- .... 11:00 troubleIt
Mass 7 and 10 (Sundays)I I Mrs R. Oonley, Clerk Evening worship .-,--- ,.,,... ,:00 will |-| lure Ie call and .*. this GLfu.l MJlni. PintWbr .
Novena 730 (Wed. night) Morning Worship ...._..., 11:00 Prayer service Wed. ., ........ 730
Baptism by Appointment ;Sunday School -.....,.......,, 30B. thuUMUkd* case |r uly for help and ""df k., Joe too CMt '
Information Class 8 PA. la i T. U. ISO BETHEL BAPTIST Umciteil by this .(** _* my.( rioa. power
School All are invited Evening Worship ,:00
Everyone 1s welcome at Holy Rkhaoond Heights WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

CORINTH BAPTIST Rev. L R. ROM. Pastor Tb Mun Gail who delivered MOM and ,... chiUlrm. of UrH
Mt. Pleasant Methodist Jean E. Scott reporter of old U at 11 alive today and will open a way fur through
Rev. W T. Thomas pastor Sunday School -_ 1.30 JCMI
2170 Washington Street 1450 N.W. 8th Street Morning service --- 11:00 tb. troubled .*.. of life. Lr not kin that U blind kd JOG or
.) Opa Locka Phone OX I-44M BTU 830 you stumbl with bint.

Sunday School tSO a. Sunday School .. ....., Me Evening service ..........._... !:OO Do JOG doubt the *.il.t* M of things beraoa* cannot
Morning worship II a. Morning worship __ 110Eveaing them JOG s

Evening service t3/ worship -.......,_,. 738 SALTER'S CHAPELRev
and successful pastor H J. Benson, pastor Wbat do yon think. of the tnrUlbU ma,.. and aoonda that
NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH Come and hear a gospel' preacher Ruth Twiggs. reporter' make WlrrloMi, ,....pbo... Radio and TrlrrUlon 1UM1ba.?

Rev. H. C. Samuels. pasto Sunday School ... ...._... 30 A a.rd. before It proota.. Ike conrr4U>d. .T<<'ft'C. lrnt U the
Mrs. Evelyn Granger reporter WALKER TEMPLE I Morning worship ......_. _11:00 I dark earth or womb of Xatore 1 TIIKIIK W AN "V eh'KN:
Sunday School .. 30 (Church of God in Christ) ACE League ................ 830 POWER"
Morning service ________ 11:00 1789 N.W. 69th Terr. Evening worship --.......... 7:00
BTU __ 834 Minister S. McIntyre reporter I Therefore acquaint, your r ,- -- -
Evening worship .............. 73f Elder J. J. James pastor FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST 'self with the one who is an l

I Sunday School ,,,............., lOcOO Rev. C. J. Bumey pastor I authority. Whose private f .,
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Noon ServiceYPWW ..., 12:00 Claudia Wilson reporterSunday I consultation will e.ol.ou

Rev. E. U. Thomas pastor 630 School .._....._..., 30Lfsming to a higher state of mind. '
Evening Service __________ &00
Phyllis: Myers reporter worship ,,...._....... 11(00 I r
Sunday School ,.._.,.......... fci KELLY'S Evening worshio .........r. 7.-00 I All Information is
Morning Worship ......_.. 11:00B. CHAPEL
T. U. _-_ _-_-_--____-. 831Crening r.aUnMeN.u.. reporter ST. PAUL A. M. E. Strictly Confidential 4
Worship ............. ,:00 Rev. Leroy Dell pastor Mrs Lee Cray reporter ,,
Sunday School -- Ml Offlr Hoers O a.m.pom.. '
Rev. M. S.
Sunday all day had FIJSOQ pastor
Youth Day. Our speaker we for our the Morning worsrlp ............ H.-ea Sunday Srhool ..._............ 30 ftonday: 10 _.-. to 1 pm.Don't .
Gloria M. Y. F. 60 Morning Worship ......... 11:00
Miss Braynon
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morning was
Her topic was "Headed For a Evening worship __________ 731 League 5:00 Write.-Call In Person

Dead End." which Pm sure everyone METROPOLITAN AME Evening Worship ,.........,.... 7:00 DAILY HEAOIXO flUX Ul .
much.
enjoyed very
Rev. J. J. Wnilams,, pastor Bethel Apostolic Temple 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
at SOO
our Sun program In. which juncos Sunday School ..........,..., 11:0 Doris R. Akins. pastorJ
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Morning worship _, 11:00 MADAM
from different churches Lafluer assistant HUNTER
attended.choirs 'Evening worship .......,,. ''fOO Six T. Wallace reporter

2310 N.W. 88th Street 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami
Sunday night the speaker was Sunday School lOcOO
Miss Louise Grttfen. She -poke Advertise Horning worship ll.43
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Voters League Pres. I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA

I Along Freedom's Road Pleads ForRegistration t SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1960 PACE 18


-- By RUTH PERRY -- Edward D. Davis. rmMent of
....... ..... ........ ...--..-- .. I Florida Voters' League Inc., has
sent letters throughout the state
The Greater Dade County the NAACP is to week for equal appealing to colored people U
Freedom Fund and Membership job opportunity and education forevery '
get their the
names YALE
on registration S. LUNIN CLINIC
Drive of the NAACP opened officially
type of profession and vo roll before the books clots
at 1U kickoff meeting at cation. The NAACP has never
for the ,
May primaries. It is
Bethel AME Church on Feb. 14 advocated, however, that Negroes that a minimum of 2e0 expected ,- Hearts 10 aura. 1 p.m. ,
when Mn. Constance Baker Mot be given Jobs Just because they 000 colored voters will have ffl- -
ley, outstanding nucuun lawyer are Negroes. The organization is istered. I I Evenings 5 p.m. 6 p.nv-Closed Tuesday
and assistant to Thurfood Marshall fighting for the rfcfet of Negro This year 1s a critical year
spoke at a mass meeting policemen to attain the rank oi i for the Negro in Florida,* states,
Tako boa No. 14
sponsored by aU the NAACP lieutenants
or detectives, or cap. the Tampa leader -Our Intelli
branches in Dade County. The tams but only if the Negro po- Initiative and foresight
genes
drive is expected to continue for Uoomen qualify for these positions. our stupidity, apathy or Indifference ; or-' 2237 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-1801
another five six .
or weeks, and
will advance or set us back
will feature several more nation Negroes do not want Jobs or many, many years.. In your re-'
al NAACP figures as speakers. Job cfvortunrUes handed to themon specthre communities and coun-
Mrs. Daisy Bates of Little\ Rock a silver platter. Negroes want ties you will be called upon to
fame will address a meeting at the right to choose their profession select' for the next four years I
Mt Zion Baptist Church on Feb. and have the means given your superintendent, and sch.>ol
26, and ether speakers will be them by education to qualify tot. board members, county
commissioners
announced later. these FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE
professions. There is no
judges, state attorneys,
What does the NAACP mean to pushing. or stirring up on the sheriffs state legislators" governor -
you? Do you fully appreciate the part of the NAACP to get something etc. Assuredly all of us will
courageous fight that the NAACP fee nothing. or to place unqualified vote to fill these offices with persons
has made during the past 50 Negroes in any kind of who honestly! believe In the JOHNSON OF MIAMI
years? In the struggle for equal Job. The association believes that U. S. Constitution and will live
rights, do know bow much all American
you citizens should have to to their oath to uphold and
you QA e to the NAACP for the the opportunity to secure employment support It."
lo al victories this organization on the basis of merit- The letter further appeals to all
has won? not color or religion. This ap communities to furnish leadership Dinners Parties Weddings Passport
plies to Negro citizens as well as
DO YOU WANT to organize In different areas to
white in a democratic structure. get people to the registration Home Movies Baby Picture Specialty
TO pAAect your civil rights The foals of the NAACP are _Ion.
To Uuur. the future of your American goals, and no amountof _
CAWUeDt misinterpretation of these I II 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294BARKIEY'S
lo euarge your economic and goals can make them other than II

cuuuiai opvrtuniues? just and right.PHIL .. ........ ..
barriers h"'r"""' '''''''=--, ..{----th., .. _,, ::-,... ,"""..---.cr'i '_
in
TO "vc4 ttgivgAUon I
au ..4,t cu ut puodc life I'
To su.nguMtn Democracy in OSSOFER
toe Uoueu Lutes of America? CUT-RATE
STORE
Te rogue tae ngnu of rode SAYS:
feuow Americana?
To nuke America truly "the r The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

land of the free"? Despite the recent publicity
1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376The
To win me t uht for Freedom? about bouts its number Is not up

U so, and you are not alreadya nor, I fear, are Its days number- finest products at Cut Rate Prices
oneouxr ot cue NAACP wel- ed. As long, as there are men wfco Gifts Cosmetics Patent Medicine' Fountain Codas
.. whoA wish to gamble there will be
worker
c c... en ,g11L. ii by chance I those who nrill give them the opportunity. wtTM Tweed Cologne ....._ MO CatHmtrt Bouquet
you
.. Madam Walker Lotion ..........,...,, JnSSS
no. caauu upon you may
membership by call-I Ointment ..........." .10 Tonic MS 141
&e 0.1 a ambling is a disease which
*.4 inc AAAU oases ftu9 NW must be eliminated at Its 1OW'C'e.wtU Posters Btroamont Father John .71 t.SS
Hair Dressing' ,.. df ..... .71 MS
&1 ave VUi need such an MIR.z..L.0Il D the gambler himself. Corruption -- Swamp Root "
a* me AAACP to help win of the police is only possible Long.aid' HairDrcttlng Cardul __ Mf
the irecdun Fight, andb.. because of the corruption .,-?-,",1 1.00 Syrup of Black Draught M
.N/vACi nctds you and your financial of fellow who gambles. OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY S A.... to 10 P.M.
support. Progress costs COMMUNITY JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
DRUGS
m..A<<1, and support of the Only religion with Its dMni
.%/vACi wul help to further this teachings, can help man to.a I 8750 N.W, lath Avn.n I "' :""J'Io. tt..._ .
Prol M. Do not hesUate to take change, himself through rebirth i I
out a mvmoetfcip in the organi Christ, that he will forsake nil ,.......,.. .. ....,.._ _lIff: _=p-ArAII. '&,...a.p--.DIIa! 'f" ..T'.... .-.-- e ....-:-\ .. .....r.-.4.._ _
M K Q&avJla mm at I* mnm mf Y!* T.Jt mm aBft mm* mm mm aTla aTM ai34 aU4 aUa mlm fcffi aUaV JU4 UA aUa mM aUf aUa aUA aa*aUA m-m.
sation that has: been leading the ungodly activities of which I -
civic rigats fight and has been gambling li not the least Few
rrsp-*u.l>.e for destroying many have attained or even recognized" ANNOUNCING THE GRAND OPENING
of the barriers depriving Negro this lofty station thus tar.
Americans of equality of oppor I
tUI t7.OUR Religious organizations which
should be preparing the individual
COALS for the coming. of the Kingdom of
MISINTERPRETED Heaven on earth often resort to
gaming to raise funds How can 1 VOGUE GRILLPALACE
The foals of the NAACP and one prepare for that Glorious
1:, unceasing struggle againstrace Kingdom by doing the things
hatred, bigotry and violence which forestall Its appearance'
have often been misinterpreted Christ Is our example, and the
and most of the time (in the deep churches must also bo examples
south) deliberately so to confusethe ( OF GOOD FOOD
issue and cloud the true reaa AH gaming since It implies a
.n for our Fight 'or Freedom. desire to profit at the expense of
We see and hear examples of this others involve, a broach of the 218 N. W. 8th Street
misleading propaganda nearly tenth commandment" (Archbishop
every day in the press and on Whatley.) This 1s truth!
TV. Only recently one of the officials The Quaran (Islam), state. (Corner N.W. 8th St. and 2nd Ave.)
of fee City of Miami blame "Oh believers' surely wine and
ed the NAACP because Negro games of chance and statutes and
p.lictcnen: had charged that the the divining arrows, are an abomination
boata racket is running wide of Satan's work Avoid FRIDAY FEB. 19th 1

open here m Miami with, police them that ye may prosper' t
protection. (Sura 32.)
r The statement made by the 7 a.m. Until?-Open 24 Hours Daily and Sunday
+ city official was typical of the Gambling is a form ef slaveryin
" misleading! and confused remarks which the gambler enslaves
t made by people who blame the hknoelf because he II not his own THE FINEST FOODS AT POPULAR PRICES
r NAACP for everything. This' time master.
it acpears that we are responsiblefor Despite a lack of interest in if rf
the bolita racket also. I have gambling I am always ready to CHILI DOG MEAT CAKES
never been aware or had evidence give advice when asked for the
given to me that the winning number I look upwards FISH CAKES I 1% CHICKEN CAKES
NAACP stirs up trouble on the smile and pointing in the same
Miami po k'e force. It is true, direction "'. "You cant hose U ,

however- that one of the goals-of you bet on Number One". I HAMBURGERS | U FRENCH FRIES


COFFEE AND DONUTS

PROFESSOR HOMES
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. Psychic StudioTrue ENTIRE GRAND OPENING RECEIPTS WILL BE

DONATED TO THE NAACP


advice save many dollar and ...-...--.


untold worries. Why go through Life The following celebrities will be special guests at the

unhappy Brine this ad I'll show
Grand Opening this Friday:

:you tb. way to succass. A natural
JACKIE ROBINSON TilE BUTTERBALL BLANCHE

born true medium. SUGAR RAY JOE WALKER CALLOWAYROBINSON

ELLIOTT J. PIE2E JOHNNY

JOE LOUIS FRED HANNA CARMICHAEL
Take bus 14 to door letk for hand lip!
i BILLY DANIELS ED COOK Plus Many Mora

2118 N.W. 62nd St. Phone OX 1-3012 I .

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I ing freedom fighters in the MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
"Now for Mrs. Bates has much to tell South.I| I .
Equality"Conference ; the tension-filled days In Littte PAGE 16 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1960
Rock when Negro students first

entered Central High School, _........ 1 r ,...........r-oh l ......., "
! their indomitable [:
helped only by
.i in WashingtonTO courage and the knowledge that
cause.they were in a right and Just FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE


MAP ANTI. Register Today!
MRS. DAISY BATESTO JOHNSON OF MIAMI
SEGREGATIONFIGHT ADDRESS 2><><><2y<2>-C <><2>*5><><: ,

For The Highest in 4Dinners

MEETING HEREMrs. COSMETICS .
WASHINGTON To fight Parties Weddings Passport

segregation in the nation's AIM
schools, a national "NOW for Dairy Bates, a natknal Home Movies Baby Pictures a Specialty
board member of the NAACP Miami Times NewspaperCall
Equality" conference sponsoredby and former president, Arkansas
sixteen major women's or faIzations State Conference of NAACP YUkon 3-5681
with a total membership branches will address a mass .. 409 N.W,17th Street FR 7-2294
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of 11,000.000ill be held here !
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meeting on Friday night Feb.
February 17-19, It was announced In Mt Zion Baptist Church, 301 L. r ............ =, .. ...........,......___ .--.. .. ,....... ...
this week. ---- -- ------- -- ,
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jor The attention conference on the will consequencesof focus ma This affair is a Joint endeavor i -*K i5 A' N j'XX N i&N; tt N*.N.:'..y&&M&t N wtiw.w..www.wr.rwwwrwrtiwLw.wwwarw..rwrw.! ..:' .. ':"... .........-.M .... r_"..........M;.:....Ntttt ? ..E"'" -

segregation and their effect oo of the NAACP branches in Dade %
children cX all races." It Is sponsored County as ;art of the Annual
by "NOW (National OrganIraUons Membership Drive. The Campaign
of Women) for Equality," bad its kickoff meeting on Feb.
a newly-formed interracial coordinating 14 when Mrs. Constance B. Mot-
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ccuncil that alma at ler, an assistant to ThurroodM.nhall ; LOST
eliminating school segregation i spice at Bethel AME
Speakers will Include" Mrs.+ Church. Another affair honoring
Eleanor Roosevelt, Justice Jut- Jackie Robinson was held earlier =1t
tine Wise Politer of the N e w tihs week. Bringing figures of
York Domestic Relations Court, rational importance in NAACP
Bishop James A. Pike Jr. of work to Miami during the Membership
California and Prof. Kenneth Drive will give an added
Clark of the City College, noted hrpetus to campaign workers in .
Negro social psychologist. their efforts to reach their goalof LEASE
5.000 members.
AH persons Interested In attending 11tt
the conference are urged All branches In Dade County 1 1
to write to "NOW for Equality are combining their efforts to| r
at 15 East 84th St, New York 2*. make this cverall; campaign the !
New York. Phone TR 9-4300. best in Miami NAACP history I
Special rates at the Shoreham Churches in this area are pledging -Ir Must Vacate In 10 Days EJ
Hotel site of the mHUnc-ha"1 over 1200 NAACP member $
been arranged M from their church memberships.
participants. Amooj these Greater Bethel t
\ are
Among the sponsors of "NOW ME. Trinity CME. St Paula AME 1 $40,000 'Inventory Mist Ie StM In 10 DmrsMEN'S
tot Equality" are three Negro St Mary's and St. John's Baptist'F i
women's organizations Delta Sigma Church.
Theta. National Association of LONG SLEEVESHIRTS
Colored Women's Clubs and National Businesses have already been IF.

ui ed to set goals covering the M
Council of Nero Women.
number ft employees' in their I
Individual spcnson Include; various offices. I I
Clubs fraternal

Mrs.and. Granger Mrs.Ralph Roy Bunche Lorraine WUkins.Mrs.Hansberry LesterB. organizations groups labor, social organizations and church and I,F. aI

program Highlighting will be a the luncheon three-day session ether' civic grottv, cultural representing' and religious the total I f: ii'\II' /2 off-Reg. 3.98 & 4.98

Wednesday (Feb. 17) at life of the community are being, \
contacted' in this united' drive _I' now $2.00 $2.50 aMEN
which Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt .
the Greater Dade County Free-
will serve as chairman and principal '
dcm Fund and Membership Campaign.

speaker That evening Prof. /
Kenneth Clark cl the City College I II I I
will head a public symposium The public is invited' to attend
on The Psychological Effects the mass meeting on Feb. 26 and
of Segregation on Children." see In person cue of the ouUtand- TrousersBelow ji

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Belgian Congo Negroes our cost

$5.95, now $3.95 $7.95, now $5.30

Deny Whites Vote s $6.95, now $4.65 $9.95 now $6.65 f

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When the Belgian Congo gains ---. ? MEN'S 30* off
its independence In June the ::
natives will put the -shoes" of
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racial discrimination on the feet SWEAT
of the whites by not allowing r SHIRTS
them to vote. 4 f. I.I
The right of franchise will be Ii. U

Negroes.reserved only The for 100,000 the II million Cato : : l/z Zipper were $1.98 now $1.49 ( }

whites will be denied this right :yJtI. n E
This decision was made on Crew Neck were $1.69 now $1.29 t1
Tuesday by a committee of whites ;:.
and Negroes at a round table ....
conference in which rules are BOYS 3
being drawn up for the May and sI
June election to fill the Congo *x
lese Senate, and National Assembly SWEAT SHIRTS I
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I official THANKSThe staff of Dorsey I)1, ,For the first time In the hII-1( l/2 Zipper were $1.79 now $1.29 R N:t

PTA withes to express its grati tory of London's York Training ;
( tude to the following parents and allege, a student from Uganda, ul Crew Neck, were $1.39 now 99c N
teachers for making its Founders Africa Welberforce Ok echo _
Day Pageant a most successful has been elected Captain of tbe e
event Rev and Mrs Sconiers, Athletics! at the famous schx b MEN'S IMPORTED WOOL
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Scott. Mrs. Okecho 31, is shown in the la- uur
G. Ferguson Mrs Gipson, Mrs. be ratory conducting an experiment .


Ball We and wish Mr.to urge MotL all parents of'' ala lie in is his also major a founder subject of York ohy- &&J SPORT COATS u i

associated Dorsey students themselves who have not International Club which he now
with the lena as secretary,ANP. K
PTA this term to please contact ; :
the main office for their membership '
cards TV> have a successful Were $39.95 '
now $16.95
PTA we need your support. ,,
+ Peter I* Thom.on is president BARGAIN IN

I LADIES i MANY OTHER SENSATIONAL a
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i NOTICE f
The Pulpit Aid Board Mrs. M i SHOESCancellations -s I VALUES .8
n K. Stevens president, will sponsor
a dinner Saturday 1 p.m. at'!t
i the home of Mrs. Eva Gibson and Second. S
i corner 19th st and 5th place. 1 i 4 27th Ave. Farmer's Nkt.

MIAMI TIMES ADS 561 N.W. 29th St. I

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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20 1960 PACE
memory of our dear mother, 17
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BABY SITTER FOR RENTRENT r

Reasonable rates, phone -
OX 6-0093. 1-BEDROOM APT. Our rent lathe k
lowest We haw the nicest !{ {
apartment 4190 NW 32nd are. :
WEEKEND SPECIALS I.1&I

COMPLETE HAIRDO ONE ARARTMENT. 3 rooms and x
Medium Hair $2.50 private bath tile bath. 2103 NW I 5 r
Long Hair .-__ $3.00 73th It. Phone NA 1-9407 or NA Pi1k
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Phcne OX 17271Fisherman 1-1697. I
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AIRY APARTMENT. furnUhed. t
UI UVS/VBaVt 1AM n 1VI
1421 NW seth st Call JE 8-8198
$3.50 per 1,000 wlgglen and or OX 1-4809. MRS. GUSSIE LANE
giant worms mixed will teachto who died Feb. 18. 1959.
keep' them alive Indefinitely.
Can CA 14635. May she rest in peace. B.-rr a.I.//--."..,....,,..,,rrJ..w '" .,.,r. ...Inlfcta
FOR SALE "A happy home we once enjoyed ......./,...TJU ,,_Id.UU FI..A .*4.,..0....."5.I C.SU,,J,
Of your memory we will never' a.,'".t..drell .........d ay MCM.0..." .......t ......-.a
WANTEDHELP ALMOST new electric'' Coca-Cola part ....nl".J.., .A. .. .... ....... ......d .... .*!r .,.,..
box. call OX 19827. Cod has you In his keeping ......... 1* / ... rWft Qt,-/..-....... L.l.p..t.eb.ItAt.rs.ws.
WANTED We have you In our hearts 1M.r Stww w ...... &IWnI.,.,Iw a.... $....c, a.,.. .
MALE OR FEMALE. Best hotelp MAKE ME an offer. House 2-. We will always love you Mother
*tiotu! available on Beach for bedroom 2 efficiencies, furnished. Dear.
maids and porters. Bring this ad Can be wed' as 4-bedroom 3 for Elder and Mrs James Heetfa,
for 'H10 discount on trmanent the crane. 1044 NW 64th at daughter and son-in-law
poa'tlon. Ask for Jeff or Mac. )'Ir. and Mrs. Lemuel Clark I
ReUabV Erno'OYment. 432 Eaoa- HOUSE Two bedroom completely daughter and son-In.1aw 1" ptl ic> I
nda Miami Beach. F27PERSOVALS. furnished with TV. price Mr and Mrs. Cornel Lane :
$10.900. Down payment' $2,000 9tm and daughter-ln-larw
OIt,..... we allow balance $80 a month. Elco Lane, son
12 for transportation on any A type writer for 130 Guy Lane, son
lire.In girl we place. Come early 34 Automobile, like MY, $700 Perry Lane, son
any m*>rnlnT with clothes. Wonderful 2940 N W 67th at. NE 3-2344 Mr and Mrs. Ray Ming
Beach ooiitions now avail Owner has to leave town daughter and aon-ln-law
'Y aVe, Mrs, Mac, 432 J: enola. ROlle Mae Clark Eugene
Miami Beach F27 I Clark. Roacoe Harris
$495 DownA Susie Mae Harris.
crandd111drmHOUSE
FOR RENT I
real good' house on a 120-ft
FURNISITED Efficiency. None tot Total price W.950 $73 per
better. All utilities. Near bus,' month. This house will be open "' r11L1: DCLIVCAY O R u Gc4
': shofrinc. 4100 NW 32nd a..... all day Sunday for your Inspection. FOR
Co to 1758 NW Sam st RENTOPPOSITE h.rir .teti .atnc: cea aT. ,Flt. Ox j7010
$17 PER WEEK furnished or C.1.1U.dh& Frq
unfur&.hM 1 and 2 bedroom Goodman's Real SHELL'S
apts. 834 NW 70th at. TU $.1716. SUPER MARKET
evenings NA 1-8933. Xadf Estate
742 N.W. 59th St
1-BCDROOM Apt. Children .*.1.C'fWne. 2088 N.W 62nd St OX 10380 "Old Indian"Dream
Near bus. achooL 0 o e d Bedroom, kitchen, bathroom
tenant onlr 4190 NW 32nd are enclosed porch, patio

1 bedroom apt. furnished or unfurnUhed. I completely furnished or Book
adults MU 1-0323. 729 unfurnished. Water free
Homes For Sale
NW 55th ten.LOOJaNO I
$20.00 WeekCan
FOR a clean roonwith See Harry Sunday after Church THE POWER OF PRAYER
ortvat bath and kitchen: ? Open 2.5 pA. be Men Sat. or Sun.
Call OX 1.4114. 3620 NW 30th Are.CBS. II a.m. 5 p.m. be in ,'
This book should
Florida Room very nice
VERY NICE ROOM In print Only $809 down $7950 month every home. '
home. for ocuple. Near 17th are. good deal 4th Psalm, 4th verses Commune '
and 57th X. OX 1-2073 or OX
heart
1-0623. i FREE FREE with your own a <<
I We will paint this house for 1lPJYE upon your bed and be still. (, Ni
TURVUarED private efficiency you. See this beautiful corner :srr w sn.. Aak for It at neighborhood -
adults only' free light fas, ..terj home Open Sunday 2.' pin. or your
and rttone. Also parking for your call E Harry Denny PL ,.m, drug store. CHIEF TAR
car 6500 NW 8th are. phone PL! tfr free information on the best Old Indian Dream Book aye
3-0791. buy in this now Orchard Villa ssi4 .ta. $2.00Old
I I<<'tIorL I .... Old Indian Clear Water

FIVE-ROOM bunnl.w. AH modern to I 541. _r::.. Indian Alleged Lucky Hand Rub 3.00
CALL IIARR' this beat .. ,
conveniences.' Located usa: Mail Order tot
Money
NW 46th it Phone OX 1-3323. home buy near 38th st and 8th
I ave 3-4droom. carport and tile THE "OLD INDIAN" PRODUCTSP.
l-BEDttOOM and 1-bedroom features, 'I
furnished apt Call OX 1-4314. Only $11.930. Low down payment O. Box 47901 Miami, Florida
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beautiful 3
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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Religious Revival North Dade PTA Fine ArtsConservatory


PAGE 18 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1960 Meet Held Meet I

I The regular meeting of the,
North Dade Junior-Senior High On Saturday, Feb. 20 from 10
..- -- U. S. COURT RULES Dade County Auditorium was School PTA will meet In the auditorium am. ti 3 p.m. the Conservatory
filled! with "That old time rell-
Monday evening Feb. 221 will be open for special registraUcn -
Broward :en" MI Sunday afternoon, Jan.
AGAINST BIAS .t 8:00. in all departments music: ,
2, when Rev. Clarence L. Frank- The meeting will be largely art dance and drama. Will all
County HOUSING ;in cf Detroit presented a fine devoted to a founder day eele- those of you who have been
e.if.ou: program here. Assisting traUon. An excellent program has specially selected and recom-
NewsBy : I TRENTON, NJ. The Stale :.n this colorful religious presentation been prepared. In addition to theuDder' minded: by your teachers, kindly
Supreme Court Tuesday ruled : were! his daughter, Aretha day celebration Nurse e.tr.e for an interview at your
I Negroes cannot be barred on racial oe Caravan Singers, and little) Wearer will dl'cuss briefly the appointed; Cm!. Registration will
grounds from buying homes' Mia Sammy Bryant the dynamie pouarly publicized Cox vaccine be held: at bah the Liberty City
Walter Bewe in the 15,000-home Levlttown.NJ. 3-foot hiffh singer. with theextraordinary (the nex InnoculaUon againstpolio. YMCA. 5770 NW 15th ave. and

I project. voke. .) Tots Town Richmond Heights. If
-.. ..... The court in a 6-0 vote, upheld I Anton; the many other services The PTA being gravely aware YOU are unable to do jc' call Mrs.
I the decision of the appellate which they render to their corn- of the critical corxUticn of the Nyber;, MO 5-26C8.
If have been Florida
you in one migrant workers In South Dade However registrations
division! of Superior Court, holding mun.: t, were the! security mea- are still
and in Broward six
year County that discrimination! is barred =:rei carried out at this mats is urging{ all persons attending the open for all those who desire to
months rent or own your in housing financed with federal meeting by Civil Defense Police meeting to bring some contribution Join the Fine Arts Conservatory
home and are 21 years of are or cf clothing food or money on Saturday: Feb 20 bteen 10
loans.
j mortgage .aclud.ng: Set. Frank Atwell and
over, please register If you have I.I Patroman to be distributed to those needy am. and 2 pjn
not been voting. Bocks win be al An attorney far Levitt and : James B. Smith, Al-
the City Hall in Hallandale Feb.': Sons I probably be said the pbceso>> Stanley and Alfred Jones people.

22 to 27, 9 to 5 p. n4 Friday, Feb. decision will appealel Cancer Films in
28, from 9 ajn. to 9 pm- because "the present decision MIAMIAN MAKES
involves serious questions of constitutional GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Opa Locka MondayThe
STRAIGHT A'sAT
Special election win be held tn law.Beautician. William F. Savoy pastor
the South Droward Hospital District 14th Ave. and 69th Street FAMU American Cancer Society

on March 18. for the $..000.- Unit No. 7 Sunday School ....,.......- 9M; I presenting a film In the Opa
000 Hospital Referendum Democratic Morning Service 11:00 Locka area, entitled "What Ycu
Organization of South The unit's! 20th anniversarywas Westminster FeUcnnup00 Tallahassee Seven studentsof Should Know About Cancer, and
Broward, Clayton+ W Smith the main topic of discussion' Florida A and University! made How to Fight If. This film will

? president : at the regular meeting of MIami four prints all A's) for the finsemester t be very beneficial to all ptnons.J"OUDf ,
Beauticians Unit! No. 7. Feb MT. AARON BAPTIST and six of them will attend and aged alike, and will be
be 2. The president announced, duet the university without haying shown In the Magnolia Shopping
A fashion tea will sponsoredat > the closeness of the Lenten 6410 N.W. 13th Avenue to pay tuition during the area be'''een the hours of 10 ajn.
the home of Mrs. Abbie Days, season we will celebrate on Apri Rev. C. W. Scott pastor second semester. The seventh and 4 pm. on Monday, Feb. 22.
3900 SW 23th rt. Hyde Park 24-28. Dea. Earl Golden clerk student the
attaining perfect
average This film will be 20 minutes lon I >.y.
Sunday. Feb. 21 at 2
pm. Thepublic Mrs. Opal King chairman o t Sunday School PS 0 completed the requirements
Is Invited. the Colorama Fun and Fa hon! Mormng Worship ........" 11:DO for graduation. He was JtfcnDempt The Opa Lrcka Civic Club is>
Show extravaganza, her ('Om.t-! BTU ._........ IGO of Jacksonville.In encouraging everyone in the area
The South Broward Progressive tee, Mesdames Mary Wlbcn, WHMe [v amc Warship _- 7. In releasing the names of the to come out. Also the Cancer Society
Savings Club will meet at' Mae Ceaaor Ella Momrar' Prater. meeting Tuesday fcOQJ students who made a straight 'A will be administering the
the home of Julius Hawkins In>I|, Wllhemenla Star*.,.. Christine average E. I[. Thorpe director Oral Polto Vaccine free of charge.
Hallandalc. Wednesday night Cooper and Dallas Robinson. I of admissfcfis and records stated
Feb 24. All members are asked Mrs Mildred Monroe chirmtnsouvenir J ST. JAMES BAPTIST that the tuition fee for the six Costumes Unlimited
to be
present James Saunders book. Mrs. Winifred* students enrolled In the untTer--
president Parnell JoInter, seers Brooks, chairman. I 323 N.W. 14th Street arty for the second
Committee semester
: Angle Dickinson who plays the
ta Rev. J. L. Johnson
ry. pastor
Hall Mesdames and Alma Scott Ella Mae Sunday School ........ ...... no was would set be waivercd. This policy sexy nurse Fran Warner Bros.*
Mrs. Leona Davis. I( up by the university two "The Bramble Bush opening
The C. W. H. Chamber of Comnwrre Mr. Julius a member of Unit i Murmng Worship. ll.-OO years ago to encourage scholarshJtx. Sunday at the Capitol Theatre
B T. U. 1.20
meets Monday nlrht Feb. 7. lectured
to
the members
did
I
on not limit her costumes to
22. 8:30: at the Cravat Motel All "OrganlzatJcnal Unity for Success' Evening Worship 7 JO Exempted from tuition this semester starched unlfcrms.
members are asked to be prosFriends eat. In any Venture." A timely sub Visitors are always welcome 'were freshmen John Foxx Beside the nurse outfits, the

the A ject Each member expressed Tort Pierce Anita L. Curry, Tat 187 actress is seen in (a) an
Hepburn thanks to Mr Julius and his lahassee; sophomores David army blanket; (b) bra and
are a-ked to stop and see him at ruidance (In many unit affairs ;i "WITH GOD White, Bartow; Joseph Aaron tie: (c) a bedspread.The pan-
the Sunr Bol whenever they The unit still has the Wet Hol Sebring; seniors! Ransom Lee, Ill- Technicolor production also
pass through Kallandale. lywood Mental Hospital. It amt and Robert Kemp of Fort stars Richard Burton Barbara
r project The president urre al'members i All Things Are Poaaibl.Sa ." Lauderdale Rush and Jack Carson
I I to attend their unit
To all home !
of Carver owrs and renters -I''meetings to I learn ef the work -- ,. Fortune-Teller
Ranches, I am that is being done to elevate the

AU thinking who live of myelf In this and comrngnltv.we of you..I standards and high ideals of Are you facing difficult problems t
beuty culture. Money or Job troubles Unhappine -
need a new fire truck
help! save our home and property as to I The unit take this method in ssl Poor health Drink Lon
when ire are away from our I thanking Miss Alto Screen for or family' troubles? Would your
homes or at work. Well feel good' donating trsrurpcrtstlon and h* pike more Success, Happiness and '...' l .w xsnn l rriN. i'
to know that we hive done our services Mental) !fn taking members to the "GcDd Fortune" In life You may
Hospital
part to protect Orchids to you
our homes and a
Mrs Marion
humsn life. I feel that $1.00 each Muldrow. pretV!
dent; Bertha II. Perry, tecretaryFor -
mnoth per person would solve I itI
our problems. Let us stow toolint -a. -

ourselves! and do something about tAIL .......
It If anyone have any sut rertion' The Highest in I ..
tot the benefit of our community 1r ..
please let mknow COSMETICS 'j !
and let's do "
something! about it ,
mill King Aim L \ -
4!60 SW 17th St Miami Times NewspaperCall r -.1." .. .Y" LIa7Ql C A3 rear m C.e or
Phone YU 3-PN2 1912 N W IMp Ar..r. OX I % ItI

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f TV I r Jzalt the beau'lfs! Amulet, worn
for it. re't''us: .!significance coat i
321 N.W. 3rd Avenue -
FR 3-1589 n n* the Promise! God made to
More than 25 yean of reliable service M,*ct. InW<"rbfod In Hebrew
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make predictions for you
I' future, and the object of yoi I IIt
233 N.W. 9th Street FR 9-6610 visit without saving a word or AO
chart made. My prophecies werenenttaned
en the "Meet Th
P!'en" TV program Sept 10. U our aim to reader a conscientious atrvtce.
''I IM6t and I am proud that people
Reasonable in price and satisfactory in detail
OPAL KING SE2 from Cent to Coast come to m. every
far my special work and to
tP'll-rhtf"n out their lives because
i i Ladles! Are you looking for a husband? Maybe a At. m" ?5 teary exnerience and
n M'nwWerefutation
and betip
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f .
i Be sharp look + V or rea'tlncs' call CAna,
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I DEATHSHouse SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1960 PAGE 19 I



.. _...-v'----- the chapel on Feb. 13 at 11 a.m.,

CARD OF THANKSThe ,I IN MEMORIAM I of Albert 'With burial In Evergreen.Mrs. Sunlight Chit-Cbat


family of the late I i In sad but loving memory of Mrs. Carrie Harris of 10601 SW Mary Hanna.funeralhed 1500 NW from 5th' By PHIL HILBIRT

NEAL, FEEDER I my dear husband. I I 1170th st. Perrine, died In Jackson place was hush Feb. 13
Temple Baptist on
who departed this life January 28. WILL CONNOR Hojtfta F *>. 7. She Is survived
at 2:30 with burial In City Cemetery.
wish to express their thanks to who departed buttmeforgott 17, by her husband 7 daughters, five Mrs. Hanna was .a member Welcome to our new student,
each and everyone who rendered I I 193 6. Gone sons three sisters, 52 grandchildren the well known Dean Familyof Mrs. L. Washington from Home
during May be rest In and 42 great grand of stead.
their services and sympathy i peace. NW 5th place.
their bereavement The many I' Mrs. Ida Connor, wife children. Funeral services were
conducted Feb. 13 at Mt. Morlah The following students were
telegrams floral pieces andether And Family
cards. Sam Ford 1155 NW 5th court, at the Children's Home In
Baptist Church Rev. W. C. Ed- guests
of kindness ln1yhe'1tM'd I
acts died Feb. 8 In Jadoson: Hospital.
on
to ewe the burden. Ours car, paJk.r'tth burial In Paradise Kendall last Friday: Mrs. Z. Bell
IN MEMORIAMIn Memorial Gardens tram held on Monday.Feb. Mrs. C. Hodges Mrs. M. Hall
of
?> "dM{ thanks to the House ', 15 Richardson chapelwith f Mrs. I. Blatch. Gladys Tunstan

burial In Evergreen and InstructOr' Mrs. D. Brown.
Atxrt.Mrs. services for Earnest
Chapel
wife
THIie FeMer. loving memory of our dear -
Patterson Jr.. Infant son of Mr.' Our school annual project U
4 step children mother and grandmother.MRS. Mrs. Caroline De+nerltt, Dsra-
1 sister HANNAH BEATRICE and Mrsfl Earnest Patterson of villa Itcme. died Feb. !. Body to serve those unfortunate girls
3 brothers GIBSON 1435 NW 81st .U died Feb.>> 7,' monthly In beautifying them.
was Interred' In County>> Cemeteryon
who life Feb. 21 were held Feb 10. Rev. Otis Mun-
departed this
!
Feb. 1$. Mrs. D. Oliver presented ashort
1950.Gone. dy conducting. Interment In Lincoln
CARD OF THANKSThe skit to t he class on "How
but not forgotten. We STILLBORNSLarry Good Are Your*
a Beautician
loved but God loved Allen son of Curtis and
you youbest
family of the late Mrs. Ruth I*. Freeman Taylor Ruby Allen of South Miami burled The idea of the skit was to show
PAUL CrLCHRIST who lived at 171SH NW 5th Ct. each student how beauticians
.
Mrs. Marie G. Smith Dght I In County Cemetery.tAttle
who da-erted this life Dec 31, Mrs. Louise G. Davis Dght was dead on arrival at Jackson should conduct themselves: to the

1'59, wish to thank their many Mrs. Rita G Kin, Dght Hospital Feb. 3. She was sent to Wilson 430 NW 9th it, retron. Illustrations were' given
friends and neighbors far cards Mrs. Frances G. Porter Dght L..keiandakre funeral and bur- daughter of Gerold and Gloria by Mrs. M. Rudolph M. Robin
&floral' piece and other tokens ofsympathy Granddaughters: ial were conducted.' She is .arrived Wilson buried in County Ceme son C. Gordon and Mrs. C.
during their bereave by her mother of Lakeland Hodges. Ethics and Personalityplay
Mrs Jacqueline L Collier tery.
In the role
menl Mrs. Theresa G Taylor father stepmother and father; a an Important pert
Special thanks to the House of Great grandsons: brother.' of a beautician.

Albert and staff, also Rev. O. E.Turner. Arthur J. Collier HI Range Through the skilled accomplishments -

Samuel Stephens Funeral services for Henry of Its aims and objectives
J.hn V. Sharpe, brother Israel Taylor Jr. Matt of 1788 NW 85th st. who Mrs. Mary Lowery of 1780 NW it puts the final artistic
The Family died Feb. J, were conducted In 81st at. died at Paravilla Con- touch to the scientific care of the
with Rev. I, E. vale cent Home Feb. 13. Mrs.
the chapel Feb. 9 on
I well body of the use of cosmetics.
CARD OF THANKSWe IN MEMORIAMIn Brown officiating iris survivors Lowery was a well known MI-
I are mother, Mrs. Cellle Mack a amlan. havins crvne here from The future of beauty culture
memory' of our father, grand brother' "; six aunts and an uncle. her home In Tallahassee over 40 ties In what we who have the re*
the fanO: of the ld4
and great grandfather I I Burial In Lincoln. years ago. sponssDlllty for guidance In this
BENTAIR RUSSELL She Is survived by two daughters generation' will do to set Its
I who departed tab world into John Gilbert of 1218 NW nth Mrs, Mary Colston of Liberty course and give It a good start

eternity! Feb. 21, Its. st. died at his tame Feb. .. Funeral City and Mrs. Lucille Bell, Rtrr .....bfr, beauty Is In theeyes
Four years have passed since arrangements are IMOmPl.w.r of Jacksonville. Local services of the beholder.
ysu left us Swat memories still i b survived by a daughter and were conducted at Mt SinaiBaptist :I

linger; in the hearts of those who r, other relatives of Terre' Haute, Church on Thursday. March
were so close to us. There... lead Final rites and burial are being .
vacant places In our homes which conducted today In Jacksonville.
I can never: be filled Sadly missed G Frank Moore, popularly Report

by your loved ones.Or.'r known as "Dutch.' who' lived' at Wash Barfleld nf 1067 NW
'! a look at Jt'iua 531P NW 24th place, died In Jackson 83rd st* died In Jackson Hospital 'To: the workers and coworkersof
1? Oh so bowed down with care Hospital Feb. 12. Funeral on Frb. 14. He Is survived Mothers March
; 4L He has promised to defend the*. 'service were conducted at hv his widow EHxa Mae a stepdaughter Words are not adequate, to ex*
He ...m! all your burdens' share. Salter O.un: Church at 2 Chanrl services were press to you and all your fine

On'y a look only a look ran Feb 17, Rev, Benson, pastor conducted on Thursday with burial helpers the appreciation felt for
Turn ye away from sin. lie was sent to Don!fay, Fla. In Paradise Park. the work you have done In seeIng .
A look will bring salvation following the services where burial to |It that our people were
Eternal life to win. was held He la survived by Henry' Tavor nf 1155 NW 2nd I represented' In the recent March

EJra Roberta daughters his widow, a daughter' ", three sisters. are, ant 8 died! In Paravflla One*. of Dimes drive. We have shown
Marie Green. daughter valewent dame on Frb. 17 ne by this act that we realize the
Mispah Oates, daughter l I. surrhrrd bY his mother. Mrs.' Importance of our participation la

Annie Jones, daughter Mrs Katie Flowers of 1718 Ruth Montgomery. Funeral service any civic project with no thought
Grace Total daughter NW 4th aYe. died Frb. 12 at her will br conducted' Mt of personal gain.
Clark Russell on home. fine Is survived by her Ckrmel Baptist Church: on Frb. You however have unselfishly

Edward B. Russell, son husband, Eddie; two sisters abmther 27 given' of your time energy andmonf'J'

a 11? Eddie Green son-in-law Funeral services will beheld to help the worthy cause
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Joe Jones, son-In-Iaw Feb. 20 at 2 pm. at TsraH and In turn given' assistance to
MRS ROSA LEE BROWN Edna Sands, sister' Bethel P. B. Church Rev. P. D. Francis our unfortunate brother The ,..
w':o departed this life Feb 2, Cleveland Russell Brantley. ratnr. search program which Is design
.'Wto take this method of expressing Key West She will lie In mm' Funeral services for Mrs. Jo.< .. I ed' to prevent some crippling diaes -
< ur heartfelt thanks and the chapel from 12 noon Friday phlne Robinson of 1918 NW 8th Is also benefited by this
deepest appreciation to our many until 7 am. Saturday when she court, who died Feb. 12 at the .
prosrramPl
friend for every thoufht of kindness IN MEMORIAMIn will be taken to the church. Interment Kendall IIn*+Ital I. will be held on *e accept' my humble thanks

shown during our bereavement In Lincoln.Manker Saturday at 1 pm. at the Eben-. and also attxedatlon' from our
Afa'n' thanks to everyone" sad but loving memory of ever Mrthodfs Church wtth Rev chapter director and chairman.
fer everything.Ina deer and brother Aaron D. HaU otflciatin
our son M..I May we continue to enjoy the
Biacksaear. niece' . Robinson, a long time rr* '
Charles B Newton nt
Harry L. Newtoa, nephew ........ r-.. ---1 Jim Marsh e f 5W NW 8th st. of the Robinson Nursery and Gratefully yours,
Mamie Kersh;... niece died Frb 1 In Jackson Ho oltal. Kindergarten, Mrs. Robinson is AI... Gill chairmanMohan'
f The bndv was shipped to Atlantato survived by her son Thcburn. March Drive
iiI--
... "" 7O Funeral Hence
CARD OF THANKSWe the Seller Brn FINANCIAL RIPORTPerrtne
for final rites. Funeral senkrs for Mrs.

.. w ,, Edith Slmms nf 10201 SW 17th Area ...__._._ ......
the fant_ of the law
Rand Gloria> Smith of 10420 st.. TVrrine. died on Feb. IS at Oouldl Am ..._....u_.._ $75214uth
-- -- ?W Ullst st Perrine, died Feb the ParavIHa Convalescent Home. Miami ..._.._.._......_ 12.J1
5 In Kendall Hospital ChapHrvV will be held on Saturday at 1:58 Richmond Ifetghta ._._... 24304

I""* .t were"' held Frb 8 with om at the Kerr Memorial Coconut Grove ..._.... ... _... 213.11

the Rev W Srott offielatinf. Church with Rev Shrppard officiating Miami .. -.._.._ .............. non

t Mrs Shram II survived 1Jbf'r1. City ................. ._... 180.1'
I Mrs Adrt John.r>n 324 I by her son Allen. Or* Lnr1ta ...._....r........... ITC.J4

Ali Alip. as Ave riled Frb 4 In -n.om-I IIta.nb .. ...._ ...._._.._.._._ to.as
Hntr4tal Service were '
,. "
a NEW PARTMEffTSFO LEGAL NOTICE

0 Mrs. Viola Bell oft 8900 NW 17th
a see ant 38, died In her home NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

Fib 15. was funrralired Feb. It KHT NAMI LAW


Richardson Notice U hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage
rffrfflftS
; Mr Annie Ma Rtdttl h. 1131 Carver in business under the fictitious
vw Vh ave.. died In Jackson oatne of PARKER CJT1U! SZ31VICC -
w r THOMAS CASK JR. Homital nn Fri 15. The body wa. 1 AND 2 BEDROOMS JIM N.W Uth St. and

who departed this life Feb. 23, it-rod to the Kin* Mills Funeral 7500 N.W. 22nd Art, Miami FU.latends .

'MS Home In Wavrro, Ga $12 to $16 WeeklyFREE to register the said same
When our heads are bowed with with the Clerk of the ClrcuH
wee, Pf'inn Crrut. 409 Rardm Ave, Court of Dade County Florida

When our bitter tears o'erflow, Pshrfc*. died In the Veteran's WATER WlQle Pal er, owner F20
When we mourn the lost the Hospital on Frb. 15 The bMv

dear. was shipprd! to flay PincH VA. GAS HEATERS
Jecus. Son of Mary, hear Ometrrv where a mllltanr funeral
MRS. VIRGINIA SMITH I, DUPLEX HOME
mother will be conducted on Feb 22
E. Cash
Mrs Mary
who departed this life Feb. 7 and
laid to. rest Feb. 13 wish to Mrs. Mildred C Dames sister NEAR SHOPPING
was
t 1621 NW 7th
wnu ROY B itts FOR SALE
take this method of expressing Trrr Homestead, died on F.b. 12. CENTER
our sincere thinks and d tIlipprwiaUon
The bed wa hp*wd to Wadley. Perfect Location
to our many frtrnd.Jfer" Frb. 17 at 10 in care
Ga pm
c n
every act of kindness For Rent r-f Hudson and Son Funeral ALL MODERN 812 N.W. 61st St

sfeown The during cards our telegrams bereavement floral Room Apt. Home win where be completed Funeral arrangements CONVENIENCES 2 bedroom In each aide

pieces and other comforting deeds CBS THe Roof
toe to mention individually Completely furnished. Rrfrigcratcr. -
are numerous
dinette table, double Thomas Williams 5441 !SW Phone YU 3-3622 Hardwood Floor
here but are nonetheless stove, HoHvwfxd Fla.
16x court W"*t ,
r heartfelt and will be lent re- bed. Hot water furnished. Private died} in the VA on Feb. 13. Funeral Front Porch, Gas, Heat
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membered.Our AU for.
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on Feb 20 from R kbardlOflChapl'l
thanks to Range
special
wits burial In Evergreen
Fvaerat Home. Rev. P. W. Wil- $11 per week Memorial Cemetery Call Owner
Reams and numbers of SL Luke 5238 NW 24th Join The NAACPDon't
For 1 or 2 people
PL 89868.CARDSMEMORIALS
Baptist Church. Court Mrs. Marrte Miller 131 NW
Mary Clarion aDd Family I I 11th st diM in Jackson Hospital Fret Fight!
Md)(r. and Family Mrs, James Smith on Feb. 8. Funeral held from -



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STARTING OUR 8th YEAR OF DEVOTED SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY




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ORIGINAL HOME OF THE FAIR DEAL !

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Fair Realty Co.
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Its a real thrill seeing our home *: *

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THIS GORGEOUS HOME CAN BE YOURS!!!



See the above finished model N.W. 153rd St., N. W. 17th Ave. Last(weekend we'sold 2 and took order

to build four new ones. Do not wait, pick your lot. Put up deposit and start building your home.

a) BUILT.IN OVEN 3 LARGE BEDROOMS
ALL JALOUSIED WINDOWS EXTRA LARGE LIVING ROOM
TERRAZZO FLOORS 995 CLOSE TO SCHOOL
a) LARGE UTILITY ROOM Only hwi SEPARATE DINING AREA
CIRCULAR DRIVEWAY TO CARPORT : MO CLOSING COSTS

Open Sunday ALL SCREENED REAR FLORIDA ROOM 1-6 p.nv-See Andy

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Liberty City Just Finished Special !II i Hialeah I!!

BRAND NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOME 2-BEDROOM CLEAN CBS HOME

Only $895 Down Yes, Only $195 Down
Close to bopping, schools, buses Venetian blinds, shower
doors, utility room separate. See us for keys to show. sao month py alL On payment Terrific Buy. Hurry I



Only $595 DownAnd Orchard Villa

you have your own new 3>bedroom CBS Opa Locka 2-bedromn, CBS. OOM to tdbooU and base City water.Terrific .
home. Pick your lot, put up deposit. $82.50 monthly. Onlyone boy Only $10,500 total price. Need $2,500
payment. Choose your colors. Hurry!! down, $73 month. Include Insurance and taxe Sea 1848
NW 87Ui St.


Brown Sub Beauty $995 Down

3-bedroom, 2 years new. High Cathedral ceilings, separate .. Rental!II!!
large dining room. Includes Insurance and taxes.See Ben.
Palatal Ids ouUide.
3-be4rooa home. Ia and Close to
this Sunday, 3322'NW 52nd St.
achool and boae Liberty Ctty. $25 weekly. See UI for

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BEDROOM 2 BATHS BEAUTIES!! Orchard Villa AreaWe
Open Sunday. 1-6 p.m.-Qnl $995 Down
See 15200 N.E. 15th Court. Shower doors. Both bath hare several ctolce locations to build. New bedroom
rooms. Electric heater in bathroom, built oven and j custom built ....... Carafe, hardwood floors. Pick your
range. Corner, carport. nowtVISIT
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OR CALL TODAY

WEARE.O EN EVERY LIST YOUR LOTS ITHDFRO'M
FA I R REALTY

s A.14L TO a ,, US FOR QUICK CASH

201 N.\V. 62nd STREET
SUN. SALE.
PINCLUDING WE HAVE BUYERS.

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