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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: February 15, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00585
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. .)19) Africa" and Asia in peoples on, placed and $500$ fined: then the for movies known well from I for Jabberweck' 'Miss crowned 1 Zeta Beta School High Senior
\ rkrr.M the that asserted Taylor') sentence suspended,. five-year scenes: with show the of pace the was Wake Barbara' charming Northwestern of auditorium, tiful
I Dr. emmett the head to ;man" a given, was eve 14471QW,6th: of set Payne and ,Oliver Crumpton the as resounded *Circumstance'' : : beau the in 10 Feb. Monday
: black first "the himself CaUiag ; 22 George St Halcyon KIrksey Status Bain Shootes Sorors I and "Pomp erwock. Jab Annual I eveningof the on call the was This
1 "'expression. its. of regardless .< sentence. suspended/ year crown. her received Princess 15th its presented Sorority Theta Cameras !Action' !Lights t
:' genius Protestant the of basis the six- a receiving after years five --
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{ is us mone opinions minority for probation on placed,. and $450$
1 for regard decent? nevertheless fined was Locka Opa>; St. 162nd
",action' majority .in'. 11011.Uctp v 4 NW 2500 of 32.: Moore Elgin

.-"pe involved' { basically council better. little a fared
they while that. said Taylor Dr. violators narcotic other Two
";background,Baptist. his to speech months., four and
acceptance' his in ,Referring years three, drew, st. 59th NW
j3s "a".; A1 Brooklyn. Ave Marcy: 1243 of %22 .Bradshaw Alfred
au Church! Baptist. PI
KUOOrneraberConcord the of pistbr w .
is clergyman\ 39-year-old The vH 41'9'' ;it 1.1j. .K.Y yri -moonshine'case a in parole under was .4" ;"
,1 ': sentencehe his of time the At, years.
St. 73rd' West 23S Church four to sentenced was ct nd
-,Presbyterian' Rutgers the in held was g NW >170J of JZ8 Isiah/Wilcov
It ''*?denominations. Protestant $1$
narcotics. of possession illegal lor(
of chftn&ea 1.700. of work
-cooperative&r.:agency official the.\ Choate C. Emett 1 Judge federal- '
,council the of' Assembly General bj' Thursday mere terms men young prison to d? 4

14th the 'at' came election The sentenc- r v=
' office. the hold to man
youngest t the and Negro' first the., JAILEDTwo
Baptist. first the. is He resident. .G'ig f f '"S" r '
its as. 'Taylor Calvin Gardner Dr. VL t.Ii 1 f 4
Rev. the elected night Monday PEDDLERS i
York New of City the of Council
Protestant The York New + 'sa'

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'I 39Htais,fer ;iii;. e er 4 lover Jealous BLEU by RAY slain ILAR I r.

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!{ 3 Page en. Continued I. '
obtain to Dulles Mr. state. of. i
[ secretary: our of' effort 'f.i

i indefatigable! and tireless the of . 'f.'
-Interest great with reading been have! :.c. :"c-" I
1 years., f of number> a "for further: i.- ,
II page on I
was 13 Continued
_ her on sprawled lound
said speaker eminent! the may !. .s : : ?; affair. their off
they 'where fall chips the letting .jk :; 'f : --y call. to tried she- after her !resident Locka, Opa attractive the of history the in greatest the \
and spade a spade Calling !popularind Bleu Ray Bar Miss Day Men's annual seventh their. i
threatened James'fead that
Bleu Miss

mM.od fr with .vote added.a to doctor. are the we ..' . "" .. .,' from! complaints several received I heart. own ifs make-Baptist) Olivette to planning Mt.are of men Church The I

; if the upon are depend spirit, *d of mutt fto".vloIIMO wa weapon.. a 4.y.. .. .w..., had. previously,] they said Police into shot single a fired and ment STEELE K. C. I

) \plus, .sacrifice unity .. .. .. . : I ma.n.. fleeing the missed apart- the,, in couch the on down ... :
-prMrvtfne' oeurege of qualities these.. 1 1L-jcir" cs t. ... -" apparently but apartment Bleu's sat then children two of. father ;.iI.i ; l
d And vote. to right tM ; '; ?; . the and married :James Paul L.
: Miss found man
-demand new mtttt.,,,. I'OM' *N cause a f af :; In he identified ,
justice Wit In' conftdtnc of Hon. 4 'f. 4 un the at shots several: /fired/ 22nd"ive NW 14305 t E

detcrmlna "of KIng. :Or. pnatizrt Assent t Improvement Brownsville. ADI- Ministerial Miami Greater AJi games/ that reported Neighbors apartmentt Locks. Opa her in man

em. ."!tradition urns thte In- the of president ,Adams. Neal and the *Jsgf sponsored ",Citizenship Ga. ,Benning \... ,, another entertaining while .r.
vote. to t rfeht the won Americas Las of Negroni Editor Tor' Crusade "A. was occasion quartersat new up Fort .- . . I i head. her surprisedher he when Sunday
women*th sacrifice to willingness 1 ;City') York New of HQderbrand The' ;boycott. .bus; Montgomery: ( ( before outfits other division to the .. .;... . in bullet .38.caliber a floor chen -sweetheart his killed and shot barber
their and unity their stedfastness A Richard' Rev ;Bethel Greater the of leader and Conference -
', totransfer expected are 30 other The -Lauderdale 1I- Fort 32-year-old A
their courage their Through of poor Cousin A. S. Rev. Leadership Christian, Southern, !
-silent or submistire were Relations Community of Council the ot president Ala -
from! Car .
the from transfers!
"they continue! he "vote to County .Dad the of Bernstein! -Montgomery)ot King Luther Martin requested}have wives Follows Murder-Suicide'
-permitted be. to them for come had Albert :;Mrs Alliance Ministerial I renownedDr.the was speaker The soldiers Negro White with
60 the of
time the that decided .country' Miami Greater, the of secretary! Church. AME Bethel Greater
this of women the When dtizenv! Brown P E. Rev.. Emanu-El.. >I nightat Wednesday made statements TransferThirty
American of franchise.the Temple of Lehrmaa' Irvin Rabbi i fiery and masterful many the Ask Wives ; Surprises
*increase to and broaden to effort i ;Miami la Rican Puerto. the! of' two 'only are protect.Those White With Sweetheart S
-tireless and long a of history'the is of leader Ramos Felix Johnson' must and love we which nation Soldiers
nation our of "hlttcry& fee Tbe&erd Bn. Ponder F. George: oar to t emparassment real very a ---
explainedthat clergyman at ia pro Rev. 'M' loci! guests /iPlttfona\ :/:! & it unjust only not is country GF.B .
the "Cltixenship.1 For Gads! leader. ?: tills_ of sections certain In rote S SS 1S,1968 FEBRUARY SATURDAY FLORIDA MIAMI 25 No.: YEAR 35th !

"A -" meeting the of occasion to Negroes of inability! The '_ .
dysasrfc tfee hear to :
the them' central hk as Using was rcePiuuit_ both of members of, : Mu. Nos et MutAB.bIr ra Temp --- := C
:*totfc Mgt e cxuvdtef: cspacity A ,flee)i }paUl J. ELLIOTT --: :;;

Nation"By to Embarrassment' .Sun.l Here

Vote. to Negroes of *"Inability l f:0 SpeakREV. to

Steele Rev1

Kip i I .Dr. ?e*.V fp.Right Demand Mow Must 'Negroes' f FIGHT
BUS ten

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Plan for
Feb. 14

58 National
On Friday, Feb. 14, the Daugh
Elks of Greater Miami Temple
Efficiency the. Key to Greater chapter of the sorority arrangeda ters 769 will entertain all of their
Opportunities:, ,\Ym. h the get-acquainted party so that I officers. and their friends' friends
theme tor the 1956: n ttonal convention members of the two local chat a coffee their annual nitein Monte
of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority at the home of Dt. Ida M.
to be held, here next Aug 7152 NW 15th court. All
ust. The theme was selected at THE MIAMI TIMES "The I Invited.
the midyear board netting held There will be conch fritters,
in downtown' Chicago. Mrs Marion PAGE 2 SATURDAY, I !peas and rice, fried fish
H. Jackson, national: president e Ie : P
other good things to eat and
Washington, D. C, presided .
over the two-day meeting. !Kentucky( Straight' Bourbon Whiskey 6 Yrt.Old
Dt. Nellie Graves is quite a ((Proof' AnclentAssDlttCo.FranKfortKy.
Serious deliberation of the besides going to see
representatives of more than those in sickness and dis
2,000 business women throughout Around M She believes that it is more \
the country brought forth the to.give. than to receive.Dt. .
following resolutions: Thai the WE WILL TRADE '.
.. I By DAVE (Mr. Swing)
sorority continue its attma oas Sarah Smalley motored to
with the National Chimed \ Wpmen, and the Council of funeral of Joe Smalley, Sr.
National Organizations, end Join TO WHOM It'' may concern: LAST Dt. Fannie Mae Moton spent Your Lot1 or,Acres
with other affiliates of the latter Since the Cotton Club closed last gave a I das in Jackson Memorial
group in urging the. indnsfan of Sunday, some people may think the I She contributes largely 2-door Fordamatic 56 I
one or more question relative that the show was a flop, but it was a her temple, and daughters are Station Wagon. Clean '
to aldult ,education in the 1JMO 'taint so. The Cotton Club! Show body to send curds flowers , ...
Census. Reports were beard firomrepresentatives was one of the best on the Beach Then ,pay her a visit. Her address OR \
who attended the and placed In the number one party 1822 NP 6th ave. We are pray-
.Minority ComnwtttJtjr. Resources position. Why .did it close? blip, was a for a complete and speedy re 56 Yellow Chevy convertible -
Conference called fcr Vice Preri- the :weather here has been a ; the 14th, / for Dt. Moton.
dent Nixon. The toltewing lotans secondly, no people in town; and Man Continental Kit
attended the conference in the third, after taking a beating because \- Little 'Dt. Hester Rivers says ,she will]
nation's capital: MTV Jackson of no funds, they couldn't That the Elks Association io Powerglide
Mrs. Jeanne Scott sorties national find An angel to put up a required balling -, ALSO ...
president, Plto&arfti Mr*. $15,000 to keep the shop open. been up Dt. Marie White plans to at-
Florence Hill, first rice prakknt, All,in all everybody is sorry that'Cab's to see the Baptist Assoclftion this '56 Yellow Ford 12| ton
Philadelphia; Mrs. E&d. K. Cotton Club Review had, to in Fort Pierce.Dt. .
Greene second doe yrtMDt close before the appointed curtain Pickup Truck. ,Good condi
Washington, D. C.; )Gas A. La- but srhow biz is like that. .' Ruler' Ellen Taylor and Dt. ..
cille Reynolds, director of education FORD Shavers may also visit
From this end or my pen may tion.MR
Ooston, of Los Youngstown Angeles Mss, Ohio Bessie, and we say,good luck to Cab, Jimmie er He you is a Do not .forget Monte Carlo and : FREDERICK

Miss A. BdUbe Barry clair N. J, Northern and astern" Miller Group, The Cotton '. Joe ) enjoy yourself. I
ma .
Regional Rirectors reqpecthrdjr, last
Club Cuties and the Cotton Club '
days -
Alpha Chapter the founding Band. '
'i / 4 . Ray

I setting- ANOTHER

Leaders Help Solve The Problem has while )

bf time
Pledges Kept (course,
"Upon request' will be mailed, FREE, publishedby Archie
the AFRO-AMERICAN M a resutt of th.Independent In.
vesUgatlon of the town of HtlZPAH, between Phllad.lphl and The
Atlantic City, N.... '*.* for the people who want to live1 In Sharp
peace and contentment"N. Little Wright. I'B from New York

Rathblott pledged Ito Dr. 'W. H. Jernigan, President. Best
.the B.T.U., Sunday School C.n ret8 and other outstanding lead. the story N
ers that he will extend the reduced prices for a limited time at pool ' More and More '
his huge development. cold ,as
he was
N. Rathblott, owner and developer of the town who Is well known tID rnlIUoao of people throughout the United:: blue. ( BARGAINS FOR YOU
States, and the only men cf Ms race was honored with a life the )
membership to the National Baptist Convention of America
Inc. and accorded ,with membership to various Baptist State THE
Conventions. ', ed day at Shop Early and Save S $ $

FINANCED BY F. H. A. suggest : 1200 Pairs 6000 Pain .
BUILDING LOTS AND FARM PLOTS every Brand New Men' Socks 10,000 ,Piece.Women's .

HIGH, DRY, LEVEL AND RICH SOIL is I and Sport Shirts of A.aortedChildren'
night Underwear Costume
This growing town, MIZPAH, already has factories, stores,! it SHOES Sweaters
churches, schools, electric lights, telephone, railroad station and I, the Now Jewelry
bus service and has been endorsed by. the' largest Religious and penings ; PillowCases
Fraternal organteaWofls sttclt as: George 69c to $1.98 34c Pocketbooks

THE GRAND! ,LODGE OP' THE ELKS; The BLOUSES Blankets 1.49 Pots & Pans
THE. AMERCAN LEGION!. JAMES REESE EUROPE Club. Spreads 1.49 Large Califs
POST NO. s OF WASHINGTON, D.C. Fiesta NIGHTIES Towels 29c Plates Now
The above named organizations have already secured prop. soloist BRASSIERES: 6 for $1.00
erty as well as thousaade Individuals, located throughout the was Household
four corners of this United Gtatee. The .AfroAmerican. Home was Crib Pads Good
Service League has alee"secured property In Mlzpah.. zation is OVER 1200
Sheets 'Hammers
Trees are already being cleared for a 13 million' dollar project L4DiES
for the construction of more than one thousand homes, a. Diapers Saws, Tools DRESSES
stores Industries, shipping center within 30 .city blocks: from Guess l Crawlers Tooth Pasta FROM, 19c' UP .
the Mlzpah Develecwnent Another million dollar chemical . and Party Dresses Pins, Combs
plant wFthlrf a short distance la already under construction. The Life, ..
reduced prices and terms will sound unbelievable and amazing 'Baby BonnetS Brushes, etc.
but It Is true. If you are still In doubt, we can always refer you Pajamas Steel Wool SKIRTS:
to leaders In your own city er state and they will tell you that ,- Socks 39c lb.FROM 25c. UP
.Rathblott can be trusted regardless If any one purchases sight per
\ unseen.N. .

Rathblott guarantees to change the location of lots of NEW MERCHANDISE DAILY
equal value before a deed. given purchaser desires.

PREVIOUS PRICES:- You'll Find What You Want

Now $ 75.00 lot '
per *
At Low Prices fo
250.00 M $125.00 per lot ,##." # I ..
$400.00 M $200.00 per'lot '

TERMS ON BUILDING LOTS AS LOW Ass Open Daily 9 to 5:30 .

$2.00 down & $2._OO per mo.'on each lot! FOR Friday and Saturday 9 to 9

For More Information write tot '

N. RATHBLOTT & SONS COMPANY J Super Thrift t Center


GArfkJd 6-1103 MR. 27 W.W. 3hste, 'OFF Ml AMI. AVENUEIotas

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f ty of Negroes to' Vote. ,' SATURDAY THE MIAMI, FEBRUARY TIMES Each precious '

15 1958 PAGE 3
\ .. drop
'Embarrassment Nation"Continued
to ...\.
; Turn in Your ..
. .. .
1 from Page 1 this community. It was well-- received dent- of the Alliance, served as Form W-2 ...

I and will long be remembered I master of ceremonies.The .. .
) free election in Germany. Free meeting unanimously .
by the large and most appreciative
elections in Europe are a most audience,. and It will adopted two resolutions, one endorsing "Specd-up thexpayment of your ... .:
Important part of our foreign first benefit 'check by bringing
undoubtedly go a long way toward the stand taken recently .'
policy.. And I sincerely hope that the salvation of the NegroIn *>y Sen. Thomas C. Hennlngs of along all your copies of forms .,, "
), the people of the statements or -,. ..
over the south, and everywhere Missouri in his statements to W-2, withholding
1 shall live under governments else AUy. Gen. William P. Rogers on other record of your 1051 earn ncomparabfySmoothAstonishingly
where elections: can be free. .civil rights, and the other rec- ings' 'is the advice given by Edward

y! / However, I feel, and I know Dr. King was introduced by the ommtndlng that section three of P. Blonson, manager of the ..i .

you feel, that the American gov- Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor of the the' civil rights bill be restored. Miami (North) Social Security: .
'I ernment must begin the struggle host church. Music was renderedby Administration District Office at .
1 for democracy' at home. the St. John's Baptist Church A total of $1,861.50 In cash, 234 NE 79th St.,, to workers who "

Choir, and the Bethune-Cookman checks and pledges was raised plan to file early in Illff& .t .,.
i In very plain, simple and un- College Glee Club. The Rev. during an appeal In the meeting. Nineteen hundred fifty-seven ,
''i datable language Dr. King said Thcdford Johnson, pastor of St. This money will be used to fur- earnings ate required for the .
to his enthusiastic: audience: "let of benefits for claims I,
I John's Baptist Church offered the ther the cause of the crusade. computation "
us make our intentions crystal occasion. Atty. Henry Arrington All things being considered, the filed in 19 8. Employers had Until 'a. ."
.clear. We must and we will be presented welcome: remarks from meeting marked a significantstep Jan. 31 to file their quarterly\ Dry! '

a free. We want ,freedom now. We Mayor Robert King High, who forward in the'pqUt1 l life social security returns' for their .

want the right to vote now. We was unable to be present, and the of Negroes In Miami and else- employees with the Director of ..-1 ..

do not want freedom fed to us in Rev. Edward T. Graham, presi- where. Internal Revenue. Therefore, Social .-.e '."
teaspoons over another ISO years. Security Administration rec- ,
Under God we were born free. '. ords for individual employees will r

Misguided men robbed us of our I not reflect 1957 earnings completely ( \ '.

freedom. We ,want it back, we \ for several months. .. .
\ would keep it forever. This is not Form W-2, withholding statement "

idle chatter, for we know that however, shows complete! '" .,, ,.'
,sacrifice is, involved that brutality earnings ,and social security con- .
will be faced, that savage tributions for 1957 It is given to Amiably Mixable!

conduct will need to be endured, the employee in duplicate. One is
that slick trickery will need to be for attachment to the income tax

il overcome, but we are resolutely return and one is for the em-
I prepared for all of this." ploye "'. files.Sellemployed.

j Or. King touched briefly upon .C individuals who
r same: of the many Injustice plan to file in 1858, Mr. Blonston
which have been Inflicted stated, should ,submit a copy of
1 their 1957 tax returns
Negroes In the South, when fee Including I '
I observed that "alre.d)' this Schedule C and SE plus a cancelled -

struggle has had Its awed check or other evidence
that the tax :
was paid
martya. The Rev. George Wain Now that the aviation industry Jones, Milton "Fat Daddy" Smith
Ington Lee shot and killed In 17 million Chocolate aiming to put
I has announced plans for a are
Mississippi; .Mr. and Mr*. HarryT. $ jet maintenance program land I teams in all the local high CIVIL RIGHTS

Moore, bombed and murdered In Miami, it's about. time we get schools . Jlmmle Reese of
here Jn Florida' ; Emmett Tilt, a an aircraft mechanic program in pabst Blue Ribbon showed, DENIED:: FUNDS

mere boy, unqualified to vats, our vocational school so that we Greatest Fights of the Century
but seemingly used aa a victim to for of the bet- Films Saturday night at the
can qualify ) some Washington, D. C, CNS) -
terrorize Negro citizen and keep ter jobs . Notice how few 1958 Omega Smoker in the Elks Club Enveloping their plea- for funds

\ them from the polls>> While the model cars In our part of town. . Tommie Rivers, long an employee with red tape, the House Appropriation I
; blame for the grisly mutilation of Folk/are getting wise to the right in the service department Committee turned down

I Till has been placed upon t ,w .. time to buy for' the right price. I has been boosted to salesman at $750,000 asked for by the Civil
f i cruel men, the ultimate respond Most wait unfa the 'M modelsare Ben McGahey's Motors on 20th Rights Commission OIE1111
Claiming the
t blllty for thks and other tragic out to get a good price 'on a st. . The Jimmie Pritchetts request was "prepared by 'PopGORD0JTs
events must rest with the American persons

new 37.Hewitt. Kathryn Pinkney) had,a baby not associated with the Commission
i people' themaelvethe doctor -e last
girl at Christian Thursday and without a staff director"the
MUf. Hamper Matthews wentto House made no motion to
,Ala. last week to bury If think i it wasn't cold last ..
"If democracy is to win its Mobile, you give the Commission $200,000 they "
his father Rattler footballer week, ask Jimmie Lucas. Jtmmie
: '' rightful place throughout the need for spending ,this year. d :
Samuel Clearc has been commis- took his thermometer outside his ""f
; world, continued the speaker sioned a 2nd Lt. In the Army at Opa Locka home, Tuesday morning I IJI.
"millions of people, Negro J 't'
Bethune-Cookman I and it 28 Archie
1 White must stand before the FAMU: . The read degrees
of Choir will -appear In concert at Pinder swears it was 24 degreesin Finley's Foster Home
world u examples democracy Auditorium next .. ,
Dade County Heights Wednesday .
action not voteless.victims -
in as
of Sunday . The famed Club De- 1 morning Junior won't be driving PRACTICAL
the denial and corruption NURSE"UVE
of South Side will much
Lisa on Chicago's the family car very
our f heritage. this month after 2$ of from in. rates '
close years here Insurance:
that of the
Explaining many operation . Theodore Hepburnis skyrocketed 74 percent for drivers IN, OR OUT ;
beard in
loud vdlces opposition
spending the ,winter in Miami under age 25 . Smoking has
j to the cause of the Negro, do not
dodging the New' York been officially banned on local
Phone Circle
;, speolc for the majority of the weather' (what am I saying) . high school campuses . Pointof 7.9604 the name
in the south Dr. King
people Nat King Cole is packing 'em in Information: There are now
pointed out that 'Governor Griffin at the Havana Capri in Cuba. 342,0 names ftwillMa MILDRED FINLEY Art ink it bettery9KAj
who recently called for a poll
j __*
342,069 names on the voter registration -
s tax to reduce the Ncgrb vote in books of'Greater Miami.Is 1035 N.W. 9th .Ave.Florida. .
land deals brewing in
Georgia Senator Eastland, and Big are
men who hold their views, Jo not the Liberty City area. Don't be yours there? .'City, FI*.

I am thoroughly confident, speak surprised If two of our United ,
The MRS Club will dance Fri- .
south. Fund agencies get permanent .
for ...
day night with their annual Valentine :; ii .
They speak only for' a willful headquarters in the near future.
but vocal minority. This group it It's almost a cinch: that the Car- ,Dance at the Fiesta Room
' Branch YMCA will taka over Frank Hall is up and around 10 and 100' proof 100% neutral
; not the south. I believe that ver
voices like those of Miss Lillian that choice Orchard Villa Baptist again after two weeks in Jackson JOIN THE NAACP! aplrrta distilled' from.. grain.

J EL Smith of Georgia, Harrr Ash- Church property on 15th ave hospital with an ulcer . Qorden'e' Dry Gin Co.. Ltd,

more of Arkansas 0<<. Lelloy at, 57th st. Minor alternation What's our governor trying to do, Linden N.J. /
get on the 1060 Demo ticket? lie
Collins of ,Florida, and the ever should make the buildings im-
list of White'' Christian mediately usable and there's talks that way at least out of one

ministers crowing such as the group I that plenty vacant property for future I side ofhis mouth. '. Ed McIntosh \ALL WE CAN' SAY IS THANK YOU 1HI
had to cancel his return to
recently issued a statement in expansion.\ The other deal Involves i FOLKS; FOR YOUR WONDERFUL RECEPTION
Chicago when he hospitalized
and was -
these voices six lots between llth
Atlanta, Ga. rep at Jackson .. . Carl Hannah
resent the true and basic enti- 12th aves. running from Mth to THE OPENING Of
fM'DU' millions of Southerners 67th its, which soon should got tired of his old car stopping OUR SECOND, STORE IN DOWNTOWN MIAMI
on him and bought Buick
a new
unheard house the Janpea E. Scott Com-
voices are yet ,
whose 4
whose course is yet unclear and munity Association. Two bulld- . Don Newcombe is getting in MIAMI.
acts are yet 'n fl already on the property are shape at Hialeah pitching money
whose "courageous adequate, for offices and meeting into the mutuel windows. Don's NOW 2 STORES TO SERVE YOUCUSTOMERS'
i unseen. rooms, plus spacious grounds that vacationing with his wife and

"I II the name of God," he co,,, Include a tennis court and barbecue children before joining the

tlnued, "In' the Interestcf-human;; pit for the agencies varied. Dodgers at Vero Beach on the

dignity and for the cause of, demotracy program. 20th. FARMt
I appeal to 'thtee'! mil- .

'! lion to gird their courage their, to The Mask City Tennis dub has WHY IS 1001 N.W.62ud Street and
to act on
peak out finally reorganized again under
basic convictions. "red Bland. Dorsey PE instruct- 1045
Throughout the SUM of his. tor. Dr. G. P. Lewis, D. C. Moore, 930 N.W. 3rd Avenue r

message Or. King continued to Vernald Burroughs, Robert
stress the fact that WVe eowaa
long way, but w* atlll I Remember our MOTTO:
long --- - .
f Wt sell. only' freed. fruits,
have a long way to go. Save 25 percent en every '

the dollar, and shop In eofnfer vegetables, green and t'ttlnab \
The speaker: acknowledged MARKET I
, potcnthl: danger which has been STAR MEAT table' clean .aJr-condlUei) country, sops Direct from
1 brought about by the recent stores. Brewer to you.
w launching of outer-space missies,

i by pointing out that "no one can N.W. 62nd Street
1520 !
1 win a war with the Sputniks and 1iL THANIC-
Explorers floating around in the 8fi ,
f I We had better learn ,
f outer icace. BANANAS Jumbo
I with other I Sweets, a
don't live tootheras .
UODS. Jf we ,
,\ brothers, we'll- all die together 5Ib' 8CIk',, :

! as fools"Dr.

I; address. King very closed Dramatically his brilliant by Fresh )Meat Low Prices for J,

) quotln* from his favorite spiritual ' Always bring the kids' ,free ,.rite 4> : k I

1 KWalk Together Children. c Open Dally 730 a.m, te.,"p\ny<:>.Andval"{ day. 8."njaYr;i8'l.

of the mv '
It one
.' l1p /:
heard In !
standing addressee ever .
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Governor Collins Proclaims

Brotherhood Week Feb.16-23

Stressing the importance of a
TBMI'OHA MTTANTtf XT, fOil MVTAMPB IX XLUS r l friendly handshake: and welcome
"The Tlewn Are.Cfc***** AB. W. Are vi aged With Tbem'otttee "What' we need is a better system of humanities! and \ to the thousands of tourists now
liberal arts to produce better teachers." enjoying Floria's sunshine and
a. lilt K.W. Third A....., MUml Florid*-Telephone FB ...... bright beaches Gov LeRoy Col-
Plat at net Jt. W. IItIa ATOM*-Telephone PL &.'111 He warned that the "sudden interest of uniformed lins has proclaimed Feb. 16-23,
persons has placed too much emphasis on science and ac- as Brotherhood Week in Florida.

..t"r.4 .. 8..teal O.)... Xfttter. A.*Mt I. 1MT. .t the Post Offlet At tually could destroy American education with too much The week is observed nationally
Miami ....... ....r the *et of March 1. 1 7Member talk about scientists." under the sponsorship of the Na-
ot ho )rat....l Newspaper Pobllthere AMocUtlo tional Conference of Christiansand
Mentor .. tko AMMUtrd Negro Pr MH. While (accepting Dr. Fines' praises we hope they Jews.
will serve as an incentive to both teachers and studentsto

a. IOTUCUND BEEVES. Editor improve so that our schools will become even, better Gov.. Collins, in his proclamation
OABTH O. BKBTBB. AMooUto Editor sad Ba...... M..... (f. than they iare.HiY urges the state's citizens to
observe the week "by rededication
.. of self to the practice of re-
ONE TEAR ..... BIX XOVTH8 ..... THEE MONTHS 81." 3;ect, for individuals and the -
and Tri-Hi-Y rights of all peoples; by joining
"CBKDO Or THE NEOBO: PBE9S" hands to work for sensible solutions
to common civic prob-
THE NEGRO FBEMfcettOTM that America .caa beet load the world
Croat racial ..eI ..t..... aata .....o .... It accords to every maa regard- Conference Begins Fri. lems so that the health, peace
.... .t raw, eolor or Breed, hta ..... aad loral ,right. Hatlav DO maa, fear I and safety of every_human being
shall be safeguarded; by giving a
fa* M athe Nre FreM .strive to help every ra.. la the firm bollof thai ,
... ... are hurl ao ..... ........ U held back. The Florida State H1Y and Trl- warm and friendly welcome to
all the strangers In our midst; by
Hi-Y Conference beginsFriday.Wash, Letter to The Editor uniting In those special programs
Feb. 14 at the Booker T.
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK ington High: School at 3 pan. Editor The Miami Times: sponsored trhood Week by community committees, whose

CLEAN UP THE LABOR CAMPS The young delegates will rep (Brotherhood Week is a reminder inspiration and education will
break down the barriersof
resent the various high schools help us
that we are all brothers. It ,
,State Attorney Richard Gerstein after a month's' and Junior high schools throughout is unfortunate that we need suchan ignorance and mistrust"At
the state of Florida, and are event to remind us pf this divine time James M.
investigation of 69 migrator/ camps in South' Dade, finds the same ,
nine of them overcrowded He members of the lU-Y organization truth yet it is a good sign LeGate, chairman-of the board of
squalid and unsanitary YMCA.
sponsored by that realize
we now we are the Florida Chapter of NCCJ announced
has died charges against eight: of them and will also ask I brothers and are doing some that Dr. Ludd M-Spivey,
Charles L. Williams, principal
the grand jury to look into the matter. of Booker T. Washington High thing about it. An' ancient Chin Palm Beach, retired president of

The majority of these camps are occupied by Puerto School is making .sacrifices to ese proverb says "The longest Florida Southern College, has

Ricans and it was the Puerto Rican Democratic Club that make this a pleasant experience stop.journey" Abdul begin\.,with Baba,but a a Persian single been appointed as State Brotherhood -
Week chairman. In this capacity -
complained and sought to have better camp sanitary con for the W.youthful Dillard representatives.John and John C. sage stated "One must travel in Dr. Spivey has been responsible -

ditions for the workers. Capers host advisors plan to have order to arriVe Thank God we for organizing ,local

The health department had only one inspector for this one of the most successful In have taken the steps and are now committees to head up the-observance -
road brotherhood
travelling on the to -
annals of m-Y conferences.The of the week in Florida.
these camps where ,about 12,000 laborers and the familieslive. the *.

Another inspector was assigned this week.A general public is invited In Miami, the week will' be
attend the dpenlng program Friday Individually the best place to highlighted by the annual Broth
number Bahamian
Jarge of workers are'among "
Feb. 14 at 7:30 p.m. in BTW start this Journey is in our own erhood Dinner which is to be
these migrants, and others are Mexicans. high ,school's auditorium. neighborhoods and titles. When held at the ,Fontainebleau Hotel
Owing to the unusual. cold weather Florida's vege- According to Franklin 'D. Ross, the rest of the world sees us on Tuesday, Feb. 18.. Leading
table which the migrants heavily dam- program director of the G. W. practicing brotherhood they, too, Florida citizens will receive the
crops reap
Carver Branch YMCA, a maxi- will Join in'and we will have arrived annual Brotherhood 'Award at
aged and left thousands out of employment.The .
mum attendance is anticipated for at universal that time: The guest 'speaker. Is
Federal Government had to send in supplies and this conference. first step I believe, is in the Hon John W. Fisher, LLJ,,

these were supplemented by the United Fund.. throughthe considering brother, not.a your. bother.neighbor The as rea-a LJtt. D., of Toronto, Ontario. The
Salvation Army some of our churches and friends. week Hon. Shepard Broad of Bay Harbor -
son we need a brotherhood Islands is chairman. Com-
George Meany, president of the International AFL- JUST BROWSIN'PAUL Is because we are brotherhoodweak. missioner Charles F. Hall and

CIO, has' suggested that the state and the farm owners /R. HENRY 9 1968 Mitchell Sirgany are co-chair
February ,
set up a contingency fund that could provide food for dislocated George Savitt men.Also

migrants ,during national ''disasters. on the program will be

On Tuesday the county commissioners agreed to Looks like there will be another Personal Mention the granting of awards to leading

spend up to $10,000 to help feed the migrant workers. tunnel vs. bridges bout. young' people in the state. Slatedto
The majority of our county com receive the bronze medal for
Welfare Director Paul Walker was instructed to issue missioners favor the tunnels, Pleasant visitors at the Miami contribution to Brohterhood are:
cash help to the workers on a day to day basis however, we must wait and see Times on Tuesday were, Mr. and
what's going to happen. Mrs. Wesley Wilson and Mr. and Russel Ja flt Weber, Miami Edi-
Mrs. William Curtis of Philadelphia son High School.

4,500,000 UNEMPIJOYED Wednesday+might not h a v e who are, visiting Miami as Betty J. Kelly, Booke T. Washington -
been ideal day for fishing but guests at the Carver Hotel. They High School.
Unemployment in the country now stands at nearly aiparty\ an went to Marathon, caught are quite pleased with what they Josephine Hirsch Miami Edi-

four and a half million people. This is the highest. unemployment quite a few groupers, grunts a have seen of Miami, and said ;It son High SchooLCertl1cates "
what have of recognition will
toted La eight years. blue fish four sucking fish, four surpasses they
be to
granted : -
Sensing this, President Eisenhower on Tuesday, pro- sharks They and had a a blow big fry and I Motoring from Washington. to Harold Culmer, Booker T.

posed a two-billion dollar post office construction pro hush puppies returning home at catch a few days of Miami's sunshine Washington High.
gram to provide more jobs., This program would enlarge'or 745: pan are. Mr and Mrs. John James Aquilina, Miami Edison
Wesley and Mr. and Mrs Charles high
rebuild 2,500 government post office buildings.The In the party were Charles Wars ,
and John Wesley of Washington, Wars. The Wars are no strangers Doris, Arlene Gold, Miami
President hopes the Congress will act promptly.' D. C.;; James Strachan Willie to Miami. Mrs. Wars, a sister of Jackson High. I

The_ administration has asked for an increase in postage I. Attics H: E. 6. Beeves and C. M. Charles C. North of the North'sTravel .
rates of five cents for out of town letters, also an increasein Jollivette. Wars and Wesley are Bureau also has at wgrked the Miami at -
this week in Miami.:
other classes of mail.
Times. Mr. Wars was employed at:
the Carver hotel when It opened.David For Your Wedding
Rev. ,Culmer Calls ,
NEW GOLF COURSE FOR DADEAnother Methodist Curry Jr., 1373 NW 63rd choox only A

Wesleyan St., returned to Florida A and M
golf of 18 holes and nine holesto
coarse more University to complete,his studies.
be added to the course at Miami Springs were among ConferenceFebruary Curry a 19 1. Booker T. Washington LeiUUrtt..

decisions made at the city commission meeting on Wed 19, closes another official high; school grad formerly EnjqJuivcdiNvranow
nesday. conference year in the histOry completed two years of college
of St. Mary's W. M. Church. work before returning home to
The new course will be built east of the International Therefore, I, Rev. E. A. Culmer, marry the former Miss Ruby

Airport at \ia cost of $700,000.) general superintendent of the Smith daughter of Mrs, Johnnie -

The nine additional holes to Miami Springs golf Colored Wesleyan Methodist Mae Smith. After four years of RnffcniWItum
Church Diocese, proclam Feb. 19- I domestic Feb.
life Curry left on
course will take $108,000 out of our pockets. 23, 19"58. be the setting of the35th 3 for Tallahassee to resume his DIE FREEHEMS-
Other improvements for dock and boating facilities Annual Conference. "education.

bring the total amount approved to more than a million All elders local and lay pas ( IOO6aI;I ,
dollars. tors elected delegates and church Albert W. Cooke left Saturday
representatives( are. hereby askedto for FAMU where he will do further /"
,City :Manager EL A. Evans believes the city is in good be prsent at St. Mary's W. M. : study in advance mathematics. -

shape this year for capital improvements. Church, 1609 NW 5th ct, Miami. Cooke a former Miami Times
Opening Feb 20, 8 p.m. Business newsboy and a substitute teacher I MIAMI TIMES
sessions, preaching and programs during the first semester at Dor- I 6740 N.W. 15th Avo. PL 4 12S
EDUCATION IN FLORIDA SCHOOLS will !be in order. Closing of con- sey huh, Is a graduate of Booker I 1112 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 3-2235
ference on Sunday evening after T. Washington High. I
a I Here is good news and also a pat on the shoulder for the 7:30: p.m. service.
Florida. i The public is .invited' to attend

In these days when we hear so much about' the Inferior each Rev.of the E. sessions.A, Chimer For Tatty, Home-Cooked Meals-Eat AtBuster's I

work being done in our schools, it should be encouraging General Superintendent

to find the education editor of the most out- Kitchenin

standing newspaper in the country, if not In the world, BTW Alumni MeetsThe

praise Florida's schools. regular meeting of the Baker's Famous Corner

v) Says Dr. Benjamin Fine of the New York Times: I Booker T. Washington High
School Alumni Association be
"Florida Has shown the greatest improvement In the held on this Tuesday Feb. 18 at Buster Collie, Prop.

nation\on every level-from grammar schools through 8 p.m. at' the school. All members !
graduate courses at state universities-in the past several especially members of the Specializing in Souse, Peat and Rice and Boiled Fish
classes of) 1946, 1938 and 1928 all
yews."The I of whom will celebrate reunion 6901 N.W. 15th Ave. Liberty City
most important job in our country today Is the this year, are urged to be pres
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THE MIAMI TIMES The Peoples Newspaper"SATURDAY :

Senate Confirms Negro FEBRUARY 15, 1958 PAGE 5

SOUTHERN U. '49 session, the school announcedlast
as Minister to Romania4long Friday.

The budget will help Southernto
keep pace with industrial and
Washington (ANP) The
other developments, many of
U. S. Senate last week confirmedthe : .
BUDGETBaton them local, by ""providing highly-
appointment of Clifton R.
qualified teachers and' trained
Freedom's Road Wharton tcr serve as U S. Minis- Rogue, La. (ANP) personnel. Felton G. Clark,
ter to Romania it was reported
declared. He
.. The Louisiana State Board of Southern president,
here. Education has approved a requested said the faculty appreciates the

By RUTH PERRYIn Wharton's appointment a week $4,533,117 budget for board's recognition of the,school's
earlier by President Eisenhower Southern university for the 1958- problems

Marked the first time a Negro has ."- -..,..
NAACP, summed up the Americanism headed a U. S. diplomatic post ina BIll.-..
view of recent developmentsit of the Negro and' the non-Negro foreign'country.
would seam advisable at this NAACP follows. "In
as demanding -
time to devote this column to these things that our national The 58-year-old lawyer is classified GLEAM..CLEANCLEAN
discussion of a recent NAACP government enact ,fa civil as senior career officer . .

pamphlet. rights program and that mobs, among Negroes at the Depart- I Ir
whether they be lyncherS in Mis- ment of State. He spent 32 years
sissippi or swimming pool hoodlums in the foreign service his most S
ORGANIZATION recent post being that of U. s, .
t : in Missouri, be blotted out ,
The National Association for we do not cry out bitterly consul general in Marseilles,
the Advancement of Colored that we love another land better France. During' his long service
People is an American organization than our own, or another people with the department he has serv-
better than ours." ed at Monrovia Liberia; as Palmas -
deriving its philosophy, Its ,
Canary Island; Taanaarive,
and its goals from thenation's
program cherished democratic "This is our land. This Is our Madagascar; Ponta Delgarda,
nation. We helped to build it. Azores and Lisbon
traditions. From the
beginning, We have defended it from Boston
the task of the NAACP has been' Although Wharton is not too
Common to Iwo Jima. We have '
to wipe out racial discriminationand helped to make it a better land well known in the United States 1! : -
segregation.. It has worked through our songs, our laughter, because of his long career in : :
always in a legal manner, throughthe our expansion and clarification of overseas positions, he has been .
courts, and according,, to fed- its Constitution and' Its Bill of hailed by top State Department
.. eral and state laws and the Eights, through our talents and officials as ,bein'g extremely cap-
United States Constitution. It has skills all the way from Benjamin able as a diplomat.A .
also sought' the enactment of new Bannelker. who
helped to lay
civil laws and the native of Baltimore, and a
rights develop-
out Washington, D. C. to Ralph "F ,
graduate of English High schoolin
ment of a favorable climate of Bunche who made
opinion. peace a Boston he received his L.B.
working reality in 1949
I and masters in law from Boston
WHITE SUPREMACY AND We are Americans and in the University. He' practiced law in
SMEAR CAMPAIGNSThe American way, with American Boston for four years before

NAACP, as the record :determination .to be free, we intend Joining the foreign service in
: to continue to fight, in the 1925.
plainly shows, has won many
,battles in the long struggle for ame legal way we have used
since the beginning of the .
first class citizenship for Negro
have :'zation. The business of the ,,,
Americans. These successes
VAACP I is to work for civil rights\
aroused the anger of those whp
I the elimination of racial
believe In the segregatedsystemthe
Jim Crow way of life. I'>terriers! for an America with -; wseaS
full equality for all its dtlzens.
York City (ONS)
The leaders of this outmoded It. was founded for, and has adhered flash Ray Robinson he'll
system have in actuality declared i to, this'high purpose. The says
win this in breeze andIs
one 'a -
war on the NAACP because' association does not propose\ to already making plans for L4E,5: : ;
be diverted from this ($
goal by intimidation -
it has spearheaded the fight for I third fight with Basilio, of {
equality. They have passed laws, threats or "smears of course. Basilio, however, remains 3
invoked economic sanctions, and the white sunremaciits. 8 to :5 to win over Robinson in '
resorted to threats, intimidationand ,
the coming Chicago affair But
violence In, their efforts to Ray is ahead, of him he's That'i the super-dry taste you get

wreck the_AACR and halt the ASTHMATICS! planning to win the Chicago .when you make your fIIIQW .
march of democratic. progress.In bout and a third bout in New ... tW
U nil* tnm cftok. Martini with clean-tssting ,..
recent years, the defendersof i-=: !!,.. Yorflc at the Yankee Stadium in
M. io.'wbdw June "That'll be the blgeat'belays.
this lost cause have sought to ,; ; ItD
ftmear the NAACP by falsely =.: ntb a = FLEISCHMANN'SGIN. oaxcily
Mb Gc cowfcn hr t J N,....
linking it with the Communist
party. The more J A J DRUG DEPT. STORE I ,

supremacy spokesmen have .410. N.W. 62nd St., Miami, FU Drive. Carefully, $2.55
openly charged that the NAACPis

"Communist-dominated" and \ 'Pint
listed as "subversive.' The more -
cautious have tried to convict Miami leach Service DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN ,' )
the NAACP of "guilt by assoc- Employment 90 PROOF THE DISTILLING

the Communist party Is clear and 1022 5th Street Miami Beach
unequivocal, and has firmly and t
consistently turned back effortsof
the Communists to infiltrate

the organization.


The NAACP is not, and never Palace

has been, listed as. subversive by
any federal agency or otfidal.
Neither the United Stptes Attor- Your Biggest Dollar Value In
ney General nor the House Un- ,
American. Activities Committee Liquor! Package Goods and Beverage
Includes the NAACP on a lift of

subversive the House and organizations.Senate committees Both S+ The Finest Foods at Popular Prices

empowered to Investigate sub- r r W'Ay,, ,.r;, ,.? r ', j
versive activities have at times 4r 829 NW. 2nd Avenue Phone FR 49943JAMES' F
been headed by such avowedly

+ white supremacies and declared ip j 4 # -, ''II"
enemies of the NAACP as ;rescnatlve -
John Rankin .and Sena-
O. Eastland, both of.
tor James '
v.4) s
' :
Mississippi. The NAACP has never -
1 been called before either of
these committees because there
has never been any evidence of 5 & lOc STORE
Communist! domination of the organization. -

1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481

The NAACP grew out of a conference -

called on Feb. 12, 109 ; y ., *- GIFTS -
the centennial of Abraham IAn \
coln's birth. Its basic policies Cards toe to $1.00 Half and full cotton
were formulated in the ear.y Handkerchiefs 14* to.Oaf bx. slip '...___.._._..._.. 1.91
The Association's annual 1f 'Panties ..__.-.--... SSI pr.
years. for 1913 declared: "We Intend Perfume gitta 254 to $1.00 Nylon Hoc ............... 794 pr.
report to push vigorously the tight i Towels ate ............ 1.... bx. Dross Materials .... 39* yd.

gainst! segregation in all its i Dlshee, pots, glssses, pitchers, knlve spoons, forks, plastic!

.. forms. It was not until 1919, _ drapes, curtain, rode, window shades, shelf piper, oilcloth,
;: World War I, that
Communist after party was organized tablecloths, pillows, sheets, Baas, wsetobaskets, children's,

In the United States. It Is obvious ladles' socks, ribbons; boys socks, underwear, pants, too shirts,

therefore, that the policy of fight- men'l soaks underwear, cosmetics, hair gresses, hair pieces,

ins segregation originated with AN EXCLUSIVE SERVICE combs, needles, threads, sippers, buttons, earrings, flowers for
the NAACP, and was: not "Com- '
dress sod hslr. 4
munist Inspired" *s invar. cam with a comfortable recreation room 1
palgns from white supremacists "KEYS MADE WHILE YOU W IT"

would have the fUblic believe. including TV, magazines, refreshmentsetc. Simplicity patterns Money Orders Sold Ivory Day +

NAACP STATEMENTOF Mon. Thru FrU 7:49 .a.m. to 70 p.m-,....,till WO p.m. +;,

POLICY For Registered Members Only Closed Sundays -- *
-. ,
WU- ..
In a recent address Roy
kin executive secretary: of the I !
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THE MIAMI\TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper",

PACE. SATURDAY. ,FEBRUARY, 15, 1958 Free X.Ravs. at Northwestern

The mobile unit of the Dade .

County Tuberculosis Association : club, persons who over the yean
IN-Around The Bahamas i will offer free tuberculosis chest Mothers' Marchon have given leadership to this pro- 1
x-rays five days next week ject and the liberal contributions.

((Monday, Feb. 17; Friday, Feb. Polio SuccessfulThe ,
By A. H. McKENZIEThe I 21, inclusive) at the Northwestern

Senior High School, 7007 NW 12th Mothers' March on Polio New Lovely HomesOpen

r ave. The unit will be open daily Thursday night, Jan. 30 brought from 3.6 p.m 2 bedroom,
from 8:JO a.m. to 11 a.m. and
18-day general strike in Daughters of donations from the Negro area of Florida room, 233S NW 55th terr.
Nassau came to'an end on Jan. from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 pm.
more than $3,000. The total 2901 N.W. 43rd Terr. Garage and
,3(1. The strike *.a* actually Isis EntertainSome The service is being especially amount collected during the drivein hardwood floors.
crippled the economy of the col- offered to the school's faculty Dade County is more than Cash paid for your Iota,
ony in such a way thai it will be personnel and all students 15 $130,000 and more is being receIved Build on your lot or mine
felt for a long tkne. It was a of the members of Ka- daily. amount is good '
years of age or over, but is also This Lots for tale
boomerang, and it Is not difficult zah Court No. 117,, Daughters of
open to the pub'ic! in surrounding considering they drives that proceeded JE 8.134Q-SARON
to tell who was hurt the most. Isis, entertained the Imperial areas. 'this one as well as the
Potentate Noble Booker T Alexander -
many unauthorized solicitors who
The employees of the Bahamas
Electricity Corp. were the first with a coffee at the beau- Mrs. Arie Gary, program assis- did not report money,

among the strikers to apply for tiful home of Pt. Bessie Bethune tant on the Tuberculosis Associ- Mrs. Alese Gill, chairman of
on Sunday afternoon. ation's staff, also announced there
ren< of the the Negro area and her co-
situation created strikersall Those sponsoring the affair would be a special drive to collect chairman wish to thank the cap-

of the meg win not be given were Daughters Bessie Bethune, blood for Dade County's patients tains, lieutenants, sergeants and
Alice Cash Catherine Cooke
full employment at once, but will now facing surgery in the corporals for doing such an ex-
Portia Bannister Jennie Hill,
be given a chance as the demandfor State Tuberculosis Hospital at cehent Job of collecting.
Mae Wo&d'Tucker, Harriett
their services Increase However Lantana. Thanks, too, is extended to Mrs.
Bentley Ruth Bradley Viola Hill,
they have lost their pension Dana D. Chapman who solicited -
Lona Brown Simmons, and (Blood may be given at the
benefits and have tt make:: a new Louise Rolle, Illustrious Com- Northwestern School's clinic in the special 'effort division

beginning. mandress. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday, and reported $170. Helping to
While the striken received' Guests included Nobles of Ka- Feb., 17 and from 7 to 9'p.m.. cover the downtown area were
some financial help from. outsideeyirpathlzers two service of
zah Temple Zeke Brady, Ben again on Thursday, Feb; 20. groups young
of them had people. One
many group worked under
Clark, Edward Rogers, Nathaniel Mrs. Gary urged 'blood donors
to make a large bale in their the chairmanship of George At-
Klmbel Jtev. A. T. Rolle, Dr. I
to help their fellow citizens,
savings accounts, and those who well, the other with Miss Marilyn
Yeager, Rudolph Bradley, Gran- srtlcken- with tuberculosis. The
had no saving had to bear the Rose Moss as chairman. These
brunt of the walk-out. ville Cambridge, Noble and Mrs. average tuberculosis surgical patient young people did an excellent Job WE 1UY tOTtAVI
Hicks, Noble and Mrs. Melvin
'Most of the hotels,,are open and Jackson requires from six to twen- of coverage. To them we are ill IP*' r.ltOiU.OA; ROOM*
Noble and
Daughter pints of blood.
employed but the y ; grateful. Both
some'people are Booker T. Dunn, Dt. Ethel John- groups are ,students
labor problem 'is aoe and per- son, Mrs. Eliza Bullard, Mrs Blood donors should not eat of the Booker T. Washington -
will take long tone to adjust High School.
haps a
Cole. The affair was a huge suc- :olid food for four hours before
itself. Everybody is hoping cess. locating blood but may drink The local polio chapter is most f

that out of evil some good will :offee, tea and f/uit ,Juices,. with grateful and extends its thanks
cone; but labor and management YM YW PlanCamping"Trip sugar ,and plenty of water. for a Job well done to the MRS
are suffering.On I I
Dr. T. E. Cato, director of the r

Jan. 27 two police jeeps and Dade County Health Department,,I
and 'a government ambulance pointed out that giving blood is OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
crashed the Western Boad andas and said
on a painless process
The first overnight camp of the
a result, five,persons were sentto adequate blood supplies for ,tub- SOUTH'S
will be held Feb. 21-23, at SEE THE COLORED
the hospital. One ()( the jeepswas Owaissa-Bauer Youth Camp near erculosis surgical patients, can be,
Q total wrap the difference in life on earth. PSYCHIC READER
Homestead. The Is sponsored -
Treated for cuts; shock: and
by Murrell Branch YWCA and
abrasions Cone Whit-
Carver Branch YMiCA.
more Turnquest, Constable Tal- VISIT HARBOUR ISLAND rpiDH.4.
!, These activities are conducted
madge Sands, Corporal Henry
primarily to expose boys and girls BAHAMAS
Gardner Nurse Audrey Toote
; to wholesome living in 'God's
and Nurse Mary Gardner. : And Stop at Thammfnmitmii.mmm NU
great out-or-doors. ,
I The schedule will include
An emergency\ flight on Jan 24
swimming, hiking, fellowship
brought to Nassau from Arthur's .
Singing, games and sports. Well
Cat Island
Town, 20-year-old I
balanced meals served.
David Seymour.. lie WM taken to are
Princess for Every boy.and girl should
Margaret Hospttal have the opportunity ,
to live with j
treatment and has improved.Curtis rI
j l JI iTB JL
youngsters; of his or her own age "

Cartwright htt, 41. was'kill group in short term camping. TheY : :3'I .

ed in an) auto accident onJati.. provides opportunity. .
22. He Is survived 'by his, wife Qualified counselors are assigned -
to the .
supervise youngsters.For
and seven children whose
ages additional Information rewarding SUNSET .INN & TAVERNOn
range from 2 to 13. The family
is destitute and donation are fees and other information the Ocean .Reasonable rates
parents are requested to Let my year of Experience guide and protect you through Life
being sent to the ,Royal Bank of Home-cooked meals
Canada to aid them. visit, or call ,FR 4-7829 or FR at a Lighthouse! guides, the 'ship In a storm ;
1-5602., Wm. T. Mather; prop.North' .

Percy Bethel, 74, died on Jan. Travel Bureau, U.S. Rep WHEN OTHERS'FAIL YOU SEE ME

23 at Princess Margaret Hospital l 1104 N.W.. 3rd Ave., Miami,rFla. For Success in Business And Love
He was a native of Gambia.A JOIN THE CONSULT HER
Phone FR 3-0757
group of American scientists' Y. M. ,C. A. TODAY 9'-"You'now' have your home made happy

and representatives of the Bahamas -' T .' Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

", recently made survey of a' Don't Stay in the'rut, get out now
25-tnIIe strip of the Earama: Cays O By the help of God he help
with a view to setting ups national ,

The' group park will and make wfldSfe recommen'reserve. NO MONEY DOWN I Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

datlons to the Bahamas Government trouble :
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Dr. Branch on "This is 'Tour life"\ of .......... '

listed the sponsoring agency ,
Hollywood (ANP) Dr., the dinner. "
Dennis Branch of Newport, Tenn.,, The incident forced President Fat Prompt, Efficient
was the surprised subject of "ThisIs Goin Matoats to go on record, howeveras service
Your Life," Wednesday night,, s.c. Attempts to saying that the college will not Pboao PL 44909RUDY'S
as Ralph Edwards emceed the and cannot permit Communiststo
CBS television show. hold a position on the facultyor TV
staff of the college. This, is
Dr. Branch, a kindly N e g r e aDdRADIO
Smear unfortunate because It probably
physician, has been practicing ,
will prevent Benedict from giving REPAIR
medicine in the little mountain White
any work to the two
town of Newport for 44 years,,
and one Colored professors Guaranteed Service
.ever since ho graduated from the : Columbia, S. C. (ANP) Timmerman has sought to force \
now discontinued Leonard Medical Gov. George Timmerman of Allen University to discharge Pick up and' Deliver
School of Shaw University in South Carolina who for some despite the fact there is no evidence 9 AJtsu to 10:30 p.m.
Raleigh, N. C. Born in Raleigh,, weeks has been spending a good these men are commun- ,
he is now 72. deal of his time maligning Allen ists. All three are highly trained 6801N. W. 15th Ave.

Fifty percent of his practice !is University, the AME College I and popular with the student I'I'I
White for the Colored population Mv here withwhich the accused had ,bod;>'.
White and
ol Newport is not large, so that employed left wing .
Colored teachers, is now attack-
when friends who Slew from his
J. A. Bacoats, the presidentof ,
hometown out to Hollywood for .
v Benedict College, the Baptist .
r. T' 111'1U.
the marshalled r
program were ,, .
Church college across "
there.were as many standing r "
the street from Allen.
Whites as there were c61ored '
t participating. Tixnmerman in a message sent R ,
to the South Carolina General
DEEPLY RELIGIUS MAN Assembly charged that President : '
Cacoats had'signed as one of the ;f mi : ,
Dr. Branch was presented by sponsors of a dinner meeting heldin tMl ,
Ralph Edwards as a deeply religious 1b New York, Feb. :21, 1941. The i
man, dedicated to aiding dinner was called "Protestantism ,
his fellow man regardless of their Answers, Hate" and according to :"
race creed or color and that as Timmerman was promoted by 2/Mre :"
a result he had achieved a respect Communists. ,
given to few men.
I Rev. Bacoats who in 1941 was "
Among those honoring Dr. ._ ,OtF, .."", OM ...;__f-M.......... I president of Leland College in >>
Branch were Doctors Oscar Baker, La., says he does not remember \" 2
Sepight Sr., and Dr. R. StiDman The Betty Crocker Honvemak- the incident. He was canp" i
Smith president and president er of Tomorrow in Booker T. also pastor of the First Baptist
elect of the American ,Medical Washington High School is Bar- Church in Baton Rogue at that
Asodatlon who flew to Holly bara Jean Lester. time and if he did sign the call 2201S28ChenIeq

wood to appear on the program She received the highest score or the dinner I he did so merely .
and (pay high tribute to the Negro In a written examination on because like many others be
physician. homemaking knowledge and attitudes wanted to see war averted and
then ,current hate abate ./ ,
administered Dec. 3 to program,
FLORIDA NAACP senior girls in the graduating :<1.

class. aier examination paper will Tlmmerman who is scrambling
MAPS VOTER me entered in competition; to
for issues according to observers J46JIiJdI J4
this state's candidate for
which will permit him to capitalize ) -
DRIVE the title of Ail-American Home- on the current racial un
maker of Tomorrow and will also
I rest for his political advantage,
The NAACP- be! considered for'the runnerup
gave legislature half a report -
sponsored voter registration award in the state. For her that some of the outstanding .
drive in Florida will be launched achievement, she will receive an Protestant ministers in the Unit
with a two-day institute on political award pin designed by Trifari of ed Sates had signed the call for
action here, Feb 21-22, New York. the dinner. Neither did he report h \
Rev.iA. Leon Lowry,president of The national winner In the that the House Un-American Activities
the Florida State NAACP Conference fourth annual Belt Crocker Search Committee bad never ?
announced today.

Leaders of the Association's 45 :
branches in the state will assemble purged from the rolls. In Hills- conducted among 327,000'young .
here for instructions on morough county, the Florida: women in 11,800 of the' nation's ,
how to conduct registrationdrives eader reported, nearly half of public, private and parochial high ,
and get out the vote at he currently registered Negro schools will be named April 17 at ,
the local level. In 1956 there 'otcrs will have to re-register, a banquet in the Waldorf-Astoria .
were 150,000 registered Negro yimilar conditions prevail in Hotel I in New York City
voters in ,the state. The present thcr counties, he asserted. Etch state Betty Crocker
campaign seeks to more than In conducting the state-wide Homemaker of Tomorrow will J
egistration campaign Robert receive a $1,500 scholarship and
double that number by 1960.
aunders, NAACP field secretary, an educational trip with her V:HINOCO WHISKY.M f't00f.Uf GRAIN *1
The campaign in Florida is partof 's working la cooperation with school advisor to Washington, NMW SNIT'KNB4RtY Dt1T; .IttC.
the Association's southwlde he Florida Voters League. Plans D.C., Wllllamsburg, Va. and New
,drive to Increase the number of lave been formulated for the York City.
\ Negro voters in the region to ilstributlon: of 100.000 pieces of rills Lester is the granddaughter -
3,000,000 by I960. literature on registration and of Mrs. tattle Coakleyof
yoting. 369 NW 15th street
count on whatever help the national -
office can give," Roy Wilkins GIANT ATTRACTION
executive secretary assured I
Mr. Lowry in a letter felicitating NO MONEY

him upon is plans for LITTLE WILLIE JOHN
launching the voter registration
campaign in that state. lie also DOWN 9
told the Florida leader ,that the
Association would assist the ANN COLE

campaign financially."We .

are trying to make this a Alterations Additions RepairsNO PLUS '
campaign of more than oratory DEE CLARK and the

and press statements," Mr. Wilkins JOB TOO SMALL Original Little Richard Band
said. "We know that we will
I not be able to overturn the worldin FREE ESTIMATES
a few short months and we FRI, SAT., SUN., FEB. 14 1516 '
that the Job of actually ,
getting people on the books is not SUNDAY MATINEE 5:30 p.m.-2 a.m.

J an easy one. Nevertheless, we CURTISS CONSTRUCTION CO.
want to do I careful Job." t
the problems facing
One of
voters in Florida, Mr. Lowry said CALL UN 5.3976 BEGINNING MONDAY, FEB. 17
is the new registration law under
which the names of many persons ALL-STAR BILLING

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... ,j........ Rft .. '" Dr. Moore to 111 ajn. to 4 p.m. In Liberty City
'all groups will worship at St-
Beth DavidDr. James AME Church from 11 am.
Speak at '"
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS to 9 pm. All churches and attend other
organizations urged to
._ Richard V. Moore, presidentof
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Bethune-Cookman College,
PAGE 8 .S TURDA Y, FEBRUARY 15, 1958 newspaper has been informed by will speak at the Beth David worthy cause.
I the awards committee of the Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd Ave., Mrs. Albertha Carey
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Florida division of the National Friday evening, Feb. 14. Ser-
Council of Christians and Jews vices at eight C!.' lock.
that she will receive the Bronze

DUNBAR ELEMENTARYA NORTHWESTERN PTA Medallion tainbleau Hotel.Feb. 18 This at award the Fon-is World Day of A REAL BARGAINBeautiful '

very large number af parents The meeting of Northwestern presented for leadership in school Prayer Next Friday landscaped six lota.. A
attended' the regular February I PTA will be held on Monday, and community. Given during large charming home, fenced In
meeting of the PTA on Monday Feb. 17 at 8 (p.m. in the auditor- Brotherhood Week, the award This is the 72nd observance of wall, tennis court, barbecue pit,
evening. Fdb. 3. A health skit ium. The theme is "Founders' will be made at the annual din- World Day of Prayer which Is sprinkler system, 1133 NW 66th.
"It's a Problem" was Oven by a Dad of the National PTA" this ner sponsored ,by NCCP.= Harold sponsored annually by United St..
group of fourth grade pupils un- week. All parents and teachersand CuLmer, president of the Student Church Women.On Cash paid for your Iota ,
der the direction of Mrs. Jolli- friends ere urged to attend Council will receive a certificate Friday, Feb. 21, the first BARON, JE 8-1342 \
vette, special projects area teach this meeting, especially those Martha J. Alford, 11133, was cho- Friday in Lent, thousands of
er. Children paxtictpati&t were having tickets for the extravaganza sen Girl of the Six Weeks by the :. Christians In the United States
Julia Allen, Arthur :Booth, Henry Girl Counselors. Chosep on the and around the world will be invited .
Felts, Kenneth Jackson, Ken- basis of good citizenship, scholl in a Service of Prayer and GLAND TROUBLE
neth King Joyce Mitchell, Lorraine Most of us don't know what the arship and personality, Martha is Thanksgiving for our. Heritage.
Pratt, Eariine Finder, Regina PTA or Founder's Day is. Please a fine example of how a young The purpose of the Day Is to Urinary Ailments
Rolle, Linda Hebtaeon, Pat- come out. i lady should deport herself. Con- unite all Christians in a bond of
sy Simmons, Kenneth Stewart, Maud Butler, reporterCorrection gratulations, Martha. I rayer and to raise an offeringfor Paint In BACK, HIPS LEGS
Willie Tulles and Mayola Wade.A Christian Missions 'at home Tiredness, LOSS OF VIGOR,
/ THE RIG REpRDlls the title and abroad. Our contributionswill WEAKNESSIf
special feature VBS the dra- of the production "Seniors in the all go to hei'? the emergency you are a victim of ,these '
matic presentation of the song, In the article in our Feb. 8th Spotlight" which will be presentedIn among Dade County Migrants. symptoms then your trouble maybe
"Chloe," by Mrs. Cherry Mills issue on the retirement of Mrs. the auditorium F pb. 18. Pre- Special churches have been traced to Glandular Inflam-
Boyer, TV area aide. >Ifts Garom Annie Glass Andlbrson from sented by the senior class as theft secured for all groups to worshipand nation of the' Prostrate Gland.
one of our parents, was the acv Bunche Paric/ Elementary School, money-raising project, partici- carry their contributions. In Neglect of Glandular inflam-
companist. the last two sentences in the pants will come from the senior Miami services will be held at nation often leads to premature
article were inadvertently omitted I group. Wally Futch, a BTW Ebenezer Methodist Church from loss of function, low vitality, lost
rrwo' delegates, Mesdames They should have road: Yes, graduate, is assisting the class rigor, surgery or malignancy. '
Florence Taylor and Dorothy she has lived well, laughed often, with the production. Why Suffer Delay and
Sanford were chosen to attend iOved much and has gained the Get Worst
the state PTA meeting scheduled respect of intelligent men and iDCTers Journeyed to Key West (......w..UFFSUFFERERS Modern Methods Bring
for Palatka, the last ft this ,women and the love of little this week to participate in the Gratifying Results
month. Beginning with this children everywhere. Yes, "a annual district conference. Eddie Without Surgery; In Most Cases
month a parakeet win be given teacher affects eternity she can Bunyan is in charge of the club. CONSULTATION FREE
in addition to the regular atten- never tell where her ;influence Delores Russell's essay "My Heri- IT YOU HAVE.ECZEMA.MV ttlTTLX KINO WORM.HAH OB OTHER CM*EMU KMOK FT.TCTTEt Hours: Mon., Tues., Fri., Sat.
dance Banner to-the trade group; stops." tage" has been selected as one of CALF aaafA? N.. PEMULAM WILL 10a.m.-5p. n.
with the largest number of parents the tcp papers by the Daughters roaD ITCMZNC.Tao lTCtT'AM YOU IU.1CF DOCTOR.or THE DauoGsuravrCWf : KAUNdAMD Closed Wed., Thurs.

present. The occo&d grade B, T. W. ,HIGH SCHOOL I of the American Revolution of OR BAUER ABOUT FEUVLAM... SOUTHERN ,CLINICNEW
group was winner and the paraloot Miami Chapter.. Miss Jeanette K.
will be the center of attraction Y-Treens were officially installed Hicks, chairman of the Miami !ersu1a LOCATION
for the childrea in Mrs. G. in their annual recogni- Chapter, said that Delores' essay 2847 Coral Wny
Bethel's room for this week.'The! tion services, Fet 6. Old and will (be sent to the state chapterand .MI WlSATM'a p/' ...l.Iwws tM.Pulp... AAAMti/VP +
parakeet will then visit. in the now members participated in the there it will be Judged for Near 27th Ave. .
other second grade roams until impressive ceremony. Again, this the finals. It's congratulations. to
the March ,PTA msMLTardiness year, the Newspaper Staff is Delores, Russell. I I
publishing the Tornado Scoop for ..
and poor conduct on Valentine's Day . this year Here's a toast to the Tornado
the part of pupils wax' discussed: It is edited ,by Anna Jean Haw-I I cagers to bring the bacon home SEE THE
by our principal whe aflered sug- kins. Scoops ,were distributed from Hungerford and Orlando. ,
gestions for curbing -tfttcae inci. Feb. 1. Dorothy'' E. Jenkins reporter WORLD'SGREATEST
dents before they become prob ,
lems. A rarm welcome is extended
to" those who are attending the
Last Thursday, lora Districtof Hi-Y and Tri Ili-Y "'State Con- Non.Surgical Treatment
Girl Scouts met at our school ference, the program got off to''a Hernia o Piles
with Miss Creary, smut execu- good start Friday. Mr. FranklinD. COLORED ;
tive; Mrs. Freeman. cookie Ross, Boys' Worth; secretary of (Rupture) (Hemorrhoids) .
chairman; Mrs. Gooch cookie the Carver YMCA announcedthat DR. LONG'S CLINIC PSYCHIC
sales coordinator the conference will continue
; Miss Strachan, 21 S.W. 13th Ave. ,
Negro scout executive and Mrs.. through Saturday. Phone FR 8-2748 READER
Jackson of Northwestern.: : Seven It'is essay time again. Each ,
ty-two Girl Scout leaden, _!s- senior high student is writing an
tants and NeigNbortMKKl ChaIr- essay on "What AdvertisingMeans Add Life to Yearsand
men received information about I to Me", ,as a part of the Year to Life
the cookie sale to be held ,ta. I regular work in English classes. REDUCESpecial PROF.BONTER d vie +a w
March. Mrs. Johnny Patton of The contest is sponsored by the .
Bethune, is Ixora District Cookie Advertising Club of Greater MI- 4't' ; :
chairman. "' f ,
ami and ,Booker T. Washington'ssponsor j"
Is the Bonded Collection
G. W. CARVER ELEM.PTA Agency The contest ends Feb. 21.
i Betty J. Kelly, president of the JOIN THEY. d
NEWS Girl Counselors, chairman of the
'i Tpt
Junior Administrative Council PROF. HUNTER
1 The last meeting in Decemberwas I and columnist. for the school If you are sick, worried or in trouble this ia the

according one to of the joy season.and happiness- place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the

Christmas carols 'were the order veil of bad luck that seems to hold you In your track,
t of the evening. At 'the close MEDICAL CENTER and advance forward by the help of God under the
of the meeting Mrs. Ethel Rogers leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience

Joining informed her the husband group that in she California was 2186 N.W. 7th, Avenue Phone*FR 3-2691 in spiritualist and occult science. Make your

where they win reside.Business f home happy. He will show you how to bypass your

( of our first''meeting in HOURS: 9 ,a.m. to 6 p.m. enemies and yet the things that life demands for you.
January was electing a new lead-
er. Alston J. Scott took over the DAILY EXCEPT: SUNDAY
rein as,president. B. Fryar Jr,
who was the vice president, was .
'i appointed chairman of the program
committee for the PTA.
Among other things on the
agenda was the annual Tee to be Y3, e @}
given on the third Srmday in PEN H. ATKINSON, JR., D.D.S.
February. The committee> appointed -
eral chairman. Other chairmen:'
r Davis, decoration; Victoria Webb, tia.l.. w. ., ..
'men; Enma Anderson, tickets;; 1 ; 'A
Hazel Wright, supervisor. OFFICE HOURS: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m ., 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. M
Josie! W. Roberts, reporter And by Appointment. Located at the Hunter's new psychic studio on ,
I Pembroke\Road, 3 miles west of Hallandale, Fla. on

NRTr WEST AREA. PTA 6705 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone PL 7.5601 the north side of the road, 1 mile east of 7th ave.

The Northwest Area PTA Carver Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of three
Council held its February meet- story building. Office is in the duplex in the front of
ing Porsey Junior High School, the building.

on last Wednesday with the H. has fifty 'times more power than any other
Mrs. Wilbelmina Sands
'president presiding., After a short business DOUGLAS ROAD CLINIC medium. You' will find him far. advanced in bow "

t meeting the group was entertained .

by Mrs.listening Pauline to Willis a book! librarian reviewby 3197 Douglas Road, Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla. READINGS FROM $1.00 UP

at Northwestern High. Topic of LICENSED BY STATS AND COUNTY
I the book, "North Star Shining". : Specializing In Maternfty Case and Diseases of Women.'Offer.

by 'Ilildergord Swift the book Ing the Highest Standard of Service In the Pre Natal ear .. _ __. .OFFICE HOURS DAILY \

hive tells done about to the help things make: America Negroes. (long months before the delivery); The Delivery; Poat.partum 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 7.' P.M. -SUNDAY 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M.

great TJfe book review. was interesting pre (care ofter delivery), and equipped with modern facllN
to all and many .questions CLOSED ALL DAY WED. 5* 40
4j, were asked at the conclusion tlea to treat\ all of the expecta mothers' needs.Office CALL IN PERSON ,

of the review. Hours: 12 noon to 9 p.m. Dally except Sunday I
served' that '
was was 1
A repast
"f 5417 S. W. 17th St. r
enjoyed.-Next meeting wfll be held at 24 Hour Phone Service Dr. James T. Ross .

the Floral! Park Elementary! I Phones HlUrjd 8-2310 Director Hollywood, Fla.
School in ApriL
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Headquarters for '
The 21st annual board meet your
MIAMI TIMES If live out eBrownsville
ing of the National Funeral Directors -
and Morticians Associa- wayWOMEN'S
tion, Inc., formerly the National WE SERVE
Negro Funeral Directors Association -
Foremost Ice
Inc. will the
convene at I
Baiptist Hotel, Hot Springs, Ark- Phone NE 4-9441
ansas, March 31 and April 1. ,

4338 N.W. 27th Ave.
Over two hundred funeral directors -

are expected to attend J, PINCHER, Mgr
this nicetlng. indi
For the first time, the Boardof I
the Women's Auxiliary will
meet Jointly with the National
Drive !
fit'yo tiY,, Board Carefully

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One or: the ruu...xcionaiTeieviaiun tuiucujum assistant, Mrs., Cherry Mills

Classes witnessed at' Dunbar Elementary Boyer, aide to the teacher, and Mrs. May-

School. Standing in the background, fac- delle M. Neely, teacher in charge FLEISCHMANFS

I ing the students are Mrs. Clora M. PearOn the TV screen is the studio teach-

sail, the principal, Mrs. Alice Hawkins, er.-Photo, by Johnson of Miami,.

"r Educational TV Significant ):.- ISThEjjS

\ Advancement at Dunbar School. --BUY::, (

\ (First In a Series) witness the same class lecture by "
(Editor's note Times staff tuning in channel 2 Monday thru I! t
writer. Elliott J, Pleze,. together Friday mornings. -.. 16 Practical Nurses I
with photographer Frank John.
son, recently visited the Educjc The first class meets at 8:40 to I GraduateSixteen '
tlonal Television and Special 9:10: and Is composed of students : .
\ Projects Classes at Dunbar Elementary of the third and fourth grades. ,: ..,... $ r'.d. .;:,
School. I In order that the The theme of the first class lecture > received Practical Nursing students \.d.:: 1 1'f1E1" \
certificates ofgraduation
readers of The Is "Our Florida "
Miami Times may Heritage. '
in quiet but colorful
learn more about the EducationalTV Miss Nan Najoros Is the studio
exercises in the beautiful North- '' ay
project at Dunbar the Times teacher seen on the screen lee western High School auditorium dc
will publish a series of articles by turlng to. the. students on the
Sunday afternoon, Feb. 9 at 4p.m.
Mr. Pleze together with pictures theme. The studio teacher .presents Immediately after the exer-
by Mr. Johnson comprehensive. but 3 r
during the next a very cises a graduation tea was held
several weeks, the first of which easy to understand lecture on in the cafeteria. (*See
follows), various phases of the history; of 11)) ;
I the state of Florida. The lectureIs Graduates were:'
offers the greatest so planned that It becomes roes<
opportunity for the advancementof both educational and entertain Mrs. Frances Harvey Allen,
education since the introduc- Ing to the -student.A Miss Georjene Antionette Blatch,
Mrs. Shirley Adderly! Bendrose
tion of printing by movable type, ,
recent visit to the TV classes' Miss Helen Darneda Dyrd, Mrs.
it be and
provided can harnessed Cbl .
directed properly" by this writer disclosed that the I Myrtis 'Brown Cleare, Miss Cassle + a
i students are not only attentive' Virginia Floyd, Miss Re6y 'WHISKlt' '
That penetrating statement and engrossed in what the teacher Grooms, Miss Bettye Ruth Hart,
made recently by Dr AlexanderJ. is explaining on the TV but Mrs. Lillie Jones Terry, Mrs. NgNpW
Stoddard, eminent field con- notes Winifred Nlmms Lyons Mrs.
many were seen taking on 90 PROOF
sultant for the Ford Foundation'sFW1d the I lecture apparently for future Marjorie Swavy Roundtree, Mrs. '
for advancement of edu- reference. v Isabelle Douglas' Rogers, Miss ...;; I .A...
cation, (probably best describesthe Marv Louise Smith, Mrs. Lucinda .. '
impact that the Educational The lecture runs for 30 min- Kindsey McRae, MR. Antio -.. is WHY!
TV class is fast developing utes. Immediately following the nette Morley Wilcox Mrs. Doris -
among students and teachers at lecture, the classroom teacher,. Montgomery Starling.
, Dunbar Elementary School. Dun- questions the class for five minutes ,
bar is one of three, and the only on a number' of pertinent Only Flcbchmann's! has more Proof-90 Proof-as comparedwith I.,
elementary school for Negroes points discussed in the lecture. all other leading blends. They are only 86 Proof,
which is participating in educa- The fint class returns to the WARNER Fklschmann's 90 Proof means more flavor-more enjoymentmore ;
tional TV in Dade County. rogm at 12:50 p.m. for another NINES Inc. , satisfaction. And-Flelschmann's surprising mildness \
30 .minute question and answer Painting and 'i I and exceptional/ smoothness tell you that you're getting ,
Under the able 'leadership :at the lecture whichit the highest quality in every bottle.Th t', why Flclschmanh's '
period on same WaterproofingContractors
Principal Clora M. Pearsall, Dun- offers you to much more than any whiskey PT
bar moved into a new and different ' received that morning. $2.93 .
Licensed and ., ,
\ class TV as a feature result of its educational Next week! "Special Projects Insured by City w a BLENDED WHISKEY 90 PROOF 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRIT(

The class at Dunbar is held in Class Timely, Supplement to Ed. and County FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION NEW YORK CITY
a spacious room which tonnerl1aocomodatl'd I ucatlohal TV Class at Dunbar" 1843 NW 69th 8t
the cafeteria. It has Free Estimates '
Call hour !iI tal it ll Eli IllIiIiIIBJ6.-.m! _EIltBllBDIDI
been remodelled into a modem, I
well equipped classroom, with a Ph. NE 5-6879

(. seating capacity for approximately JOIN THE, NAACP! JAN'S RESTAURANT
250 students. The room II
s has five TV sets, all elevated on

high stands, and easily visible to Inc.MIAMI. '
all students.
Each TV set has a clear and
distinct tone quality 'and a perfect .w OF BEACHNOW

,picture on the screen. The
sets have been placed In strategic ji jia

students vantage points throughout OPERATING THE

can see one or more from tVh
any angle.TEACHER. N + r .1tHSI.WrJ
Mary Elizabeth

Maydelle M. Neely, very .: z,
I talented teacher possessed with a RestaurantHot
friendly personality I Is the teacher ,
<< In charge of the TV class. Mrs. "
Neely Is ably assisted by Mrs. & *&

Cherry Mills Boyer who has had Dignified Living at its Best
pastrami, fried chicken! shrimps steak
a wealth of experience In hand ,

ling children.In ANN APARTMENTS souse
chop, blintzes chitterlings breakfast
addition to Mrs. Neely and \

Mrs. Boyer, Mrs. Alice Hawkins, 14100 N.W. 24th Court Opa Lodca, Fla. .
curriculum assistant Is often .... .
present In the class and lends 1 Bedroom and 2 Bedrooms .
valuable assistance to the teach S ,
er. The alert principal la also a OPEN 24 HOURS".Free t
a familiar figure In the class. Near Kwlk Chek Busses
STUDENTS ENTHUSIASTIC Tile Baths Shower Playgreundst birthday cake for birthday parties with sixormore '

visible Distinct on the enthusiasm faces of Is the easily students BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY persona with reservation; .only .

as they file Into the room .t
Phone MU 8-0617 Premise
for their class. The classes are r Agent on Watch for the opening of another a

held daily and are beamed over Or Call Downtown Office: FR S.1411' BUTTERCUP FOOD SHOFPEI ,
station WTHS channel 2. Parents .
and other interested persons may




.' THE MIAMI TIMES 'lse People Newspaper" Receives Plaques For; Meritorious Service Race HatersBy

I I IMrs. Huff for AMP
William( Henry

Race hats and prejudice at*
... -, ..r. ,,j'' o fit, 3'S
. .. .. ...,.. >, vapors
I I I I I I I I I I It' r I I I I I I I r I I I I I I I I I r From hearts of sludge and stint
I '"; Their( hidden, dark and subti
ST AR$ r capersAre sprouting seeds of crime.
1i '> The one who hates Is but a dipper -
._ _ _ _____ __ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ a ,
.1.1.11' out: 1 1f Of drab neglected graves, ,
Joyce Bryant, the little lady d of cats .since Pearl who gave up a fabulous career in ) town and left him to feed her j a.:,. 0 ? trigger
show business to sing for her'fel-: :kitty Turned out it, Has a nuS. ? i, ytit Of murder'rt, brutes and knaves '
low Seventh Day Adventists- ersian whb leaped. soon as the ..
tends church here in New York or opened.I. j,;..J; 'L..
but resides in Washington. Joyc'
however, can never really forget
showbuslness, and recently wore POSTPONE HICK'S'
a quite- fabulous hat to church
which set the eyes 'of the congregation JACKSONNBC'
rolling-A .Joyce enJoyed PHOTO srt/D/o
I this 'popularity.and confided 'UIT: {UNTIL ,
in one of her Adventist friends 2440 N.W. 60th ST.
hat'similar to hers. FEB.. 24'WASlHIJNGTON I
how to get a PHONE NE 3-3166
Just downtown !in New York
jjo ,
k6L .fp Ka >P f+a' h 4 r<2 4 yir yS; 7 "::3
she said, and buy a'' small pieceof
cheap expensive- then go tulle to the- hot nothing dis- The suit challenging the right of {; xkt p at studio or at

trict .and bfty an untrimmed hat he rev Joseph H. Jackson of Jy 5 your home

which 'well suits ;you, Next 'get' '{ hold office as President : '' 't1tr4a Weddings parties groups!

something unusual for decoration ')f ,,the National Baptftt Convention Children and Babies Always \
'bunch of :
a grapes some
which was'scheduled for ar I Welcome
thing you wouldn't see every-
where .- and study1 your face. -ument in the U. S. DiStrict ; HOURS:-10:00: 'a.m. to 1:00 pja.

Then put it all togther and Court Thursday, was 'postponed &:00 p.m. to 9:00 P.a.
you've got what would be an expensive .4nt1l Feb. 24.
creation for about $50 in JAMES E. HICKS Photograpfrsr
the shops youVe got it for $7 Charges that pro Jackson is DEBORAH HICKS, Reception!
. Joyce never forgot all her folding his position unlawfully
vere brought by ten outstanding
tricks of changing her appear-
members of the association., The
ance and clothes for stage audi
enC S. And the way we watched ninisters who are asking the
Mr. John on TV putting togetherodd ourt to "ouster and exclude" GOING
creations which he sells' for Rev Jaokson from the presidency
at the convention are the Revs.
$223 and so forth- we
agree- Iv
buy a small piece of tulle, etc. '6Y. 'Borders' of Atlanta; T ,M. ( 'Pauline G. Dunn, minister ,o Dunn on Friday night, BAREFOOT
r.._.._.... '.Chambers Los Angeles; J. 'F.Ireen erf music at the St. John's Baptist Jan 17 at a joint choir rehearsal.
Detroit; E. E Hollins, Church received on Sunday, Edward Watts Sr., WMGM of St. Can Be
Montreal night spots, whienhowe \astrop, La.;; L. K. Jackson, Gary, Jan. 2, a plaque for '27 years of James Lodge No. 1 of Miami -
a .few Negro performersand 'nd.; .J. C. Mitchell, Huntington, faithful service rendered. made the presentation. This COSTLYJohnson
love them will be hit 'N. Via< ;; A. Owen, Memphis, M. L. Under the capable leadership plaque was given on recommendation -
hardest when the old curfew bill "shepard, '''Philadelphia; E.; C.- of Rev. Thedford Johnson, the from James L. Johnson of Keechlldn.1a,
'goes back into effect where no Smith, Washington and Roland church now has four choirs train. Detroit, who is Universal Grand sheet
liquor can be sold after 2 'a.m. Smith of Little: Rock. ed and directed by Mrs; Dunn. Master of the Universal Grand t...eeltad
To those 'who mainly existed on These four choirs can be heard Lodge, Inc.Mr III ..... ..
"after hour" business, this is the The ministers group is repre each ..... jleq.
morning the
hardest blow of all . ", Police sented by Attorneys James M. John's at St. ., Johnson attended one of Yes'paw.r ...
department of Montreal insists Nabrit/ FraNk D. ., Reeves and Baptist Church. the services at the St. John's 1eEeea.aM
there will be no exceptions George JE. C.' Hayes, all of Wash- Mrs. Dunn started her work Baptist Church and was impressed er9aa /
Booms with bands and big showsare !ington. under the late Mrs. W. B. by the services Mrs. Dunn is .ee.t I '
expected to cut personnel'first Thomas to whom she is deeply rendering. He suggested that Mrs.
Jackson is ......... 1
t . However the entertain. torneys Belford represented and by At indebted for training in choir DunA be given a merit, plaque. ad' ..
say ers are shows happiest have been about starting it. They as Lawson, also of, Washmtgon.a work.The second plaque was given Dade Mrs.School Dunn Board is employed and Is by a d ear ........ ,..:-

late as 3 ajn. without the curfew teacher of music at Holmes and
and a performer was "just worked James Weldon Johnson elemen- -
to death.: tary schools. She is the, accom- f
It B. SoIt.on FlRril HOlle' panist of the Deltaires and a and Sons

the same time San Juan member of Beta Zeta Sigma 6570 N.W. 15t1a'Aa
Puerto Rico, is flourishing in the j (Eetablsshetf. '1IM) Chapter, Delta SlgmS Theta'
club business in an a -out effort Sorority. Shoe Sf10pREPAIKIH&
to bring more names to the is> Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service
land due to the fact there is \
more competition there now, NOTICE '
Heretofore, the clubs have stuckto Funeral Within Range of $ach Budget We Save Your Sol -While Vow '
native entertainment for sake I Watch for the Fashionette and Watt-

of tourists Baby Contest of Beauticians' Unit Fine Shoe plrJng,

No. 7 to be held on Sunday Feb. rhea Shined and Dyttf
Erskine Hawkins band begins 315 N.W,16th Street Ph.. FR 31440A 23,. at the YMCA. F15 Phone Pi. 8.8190
a tour of,one-nlghters Feb. 15 for .
two weeks With three plays do- ,
ing in one weekend on Broadway ,
"Body Beautiful" feels very RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
lucky as they are without top I
stars . Most of the plays enjoying Living'Service for the LtWt.a": '
big box office have tre w PRIVATE FOR HIRE

mendous stars pulling the trade. .
Range Funeral Home010AR

\ I Ambulance Service
Johnny Mathis is at last ,getting ,
that "natural" feeling on TV AND ATHALII HANOI, Owners
shows. He was so stiff at one time FRanklin 35900HAVE
even his popularity couldn't make r PHONES PL 4.7468PL 1-1331' -
I him click Highlight came f I, k '
t ,with the'''Eddie Fisher' show when CASH BEFORE CALL
I, Johnny and Eddie did duets of Oscar Range Licensed ]Ebabalffia Funeral Director YOU '.,

'f' oldies . Soon as he's been '
k around a, few seasons, Johnnywill 5727 NW.: 17th Avenue Miami, Florid.The .
have the polish of King Cole us." _\ 1t-__"'''' IIJiI''''''''..'''.'''. '''...'''''''''''''II'''''''''
and the others. One of Pearl 1
':' Bailey's friends is still frighten-, SHOP AT
1> I

,3 t Barkley's Cut RateWHERE

;i j House o/ ,Albert QUALITY LIES .

;, Stay In the hour of bereave- 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 42376CifU

; ment, each day more
JI; and more families are Cards
and Gifts
, ; turning to the House of of all Kind
f. Pokena Sots .__.. 1.48Men's g.98
Albert. Dresser '
l We b UI.Id.d' to : BoxHandkerchiefs Sets 8.19 to 12.93
: There must be a reason ... .99 Silent Night
your or ours ? .M
i Cologne Bet.... '1.25 .
; you owe it 'to Electric Iron ._ 3.98 9.13 Old 3.59
1;, No down payment,,, yourself and fam Waste Baskot ...-....... .69 and Spice Cologne _
your I Winter Is Lanolin __...._ 1.00
Use Jot flies to find out the M.dlclne Approaching Evening In Paris
t / your ; reason why.LESTER Scotfs Emulsion .98 .' 1.79 Sets .?__._?. 1.00a.18 L
ll }7 Or. Brown's Magnolia Comb snd' Brush

> *; C. ALBERTA Remedy ......-........_ 1.49 Sett ?.M.?__ 1.00 .2.49 i
,IDlJ! V (D! @c2 Q OWNER, LICENSED I Father John ....M .65 1.35 M en.. Small''" Brief i
: C Cases ........... .,,.
ti. EMBALMER AND Yaramln Tabs ..-...- 2.99 "?,,,,r 2.9f i
100% Financial '' FUNERAL DIRECTOR Klna/e Men's Sets ?.._,, 2.10 Evening( In Paris '

f NE 5-6171 ", (Funeral' feruleswhero ttofamUles y Stick Deodorant, 2 for $1 !!
rw' I" y !
set the cost)
,- General Building Contractor \ SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK

,! 1121 NW 29th St. Miami Phone PL 8- 707 v Where Prices Are "

'' -1 ;t," 6942' N.W.. 15th Avenue 1201 N.W. 3rd( Av Right,nue. t D'

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Reeves Returns .and civic'New workers.The York Social. and Wel- Teens on Trial for Life inPolio

to Bahamas After fare Department was visited, also
t Columbia University City Col- \ '
Extensive Vacation lege, museums and other placesof
interest. Noted Negro leaders Victim
among whom wer.e A. Phillip
Passing through Miami pn his Randolph, ,C. P, Powell of the ;
way home in the Bahamas on
last Thursday afternoon Cleveland Amsterdam the New NewIi York, Lancelot Evansof I New" York City (ONS) At
H. Reeves retired Age, Margeritte the time when William Jensen, "The Peoples' Newspaper"
, govern- Bellafonte, social writer of the THE MIAMI TIMES -
ment official, popular civic and Supt of Schools ordered suspension fl
social worker and now real estate internationally Amsterdam News known, J. A. scholar Rogers,, of 644 students from' city SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1958 PAGE 11, I iI i iI

dealer and broker. Mr. writer and correspondent for the chools classifying them as I
Reeves left Nassau "hoodlums" end promising to .
during the Pittsburg Courier, and J. Mur- -
month of August for New York rain 01 the New York Home and clean up our school system of dog chains. boy are in. court'ach day, too
where he consulted an eye spec Housing Journal the definite delinquents, six teenagers grief-stricken: to I participate.
only jour-
ialist and after receiving treat.. nal (interracial) of its kind published were fingered by a pal of The case has begun with
ment left for a tour of Canada. io New York Michael Farmer, l -year-old po. rirst decree convictions against
In Canada he visited Montreal, U.,N. Building was ,visited, City.and The :lo cripple\ who was stabbed and each of thenv seven boys in all. I Drive Carefully
Quebec and Toronto. In Mon- interview with nan beaten to death outside a swtm- One has not been identified by :
treal. He was shown over the secretaries Mr. Reeves one of ,the n'nsr .pool last July. The death Roger as being on the scene. I ,
plant of the world famed McGill social services: ,in the discussed Bahamasand penalty' has been asked. Three of Their ages range from IB to 18,
University and the McDonnel asked if it for the accused are Negro youths. with the leader, Leroy Birch a
was possible
College Teacher'Training De- kitchen helper, aged 18. Twenty
the Bahamas 16 friend of
government to get Roger McShane, ,
artment.>> He talked with Bahamian United seven lawyers have been ap-
Nations support to improve the murdered boy, definitely
ointed the state each reeeiv-,
by ,
and other West Indian stu such services in the Bahamas. He 'dentilied the gang in General ; '
dents studying at McGill and was told in the himself .
presence t of Chas Sessions Court. Roger ngThe
other colleges. Before leaving'' for Weir also of the Bahamas, that vas badly knifed but managed to boys are appearing in
Montreal he was a luncheon if proper representatipns were scape beoause he cou'd run. His court with their families, who c
guest of the head of the McDonnell made by the Bahamas govern- ; 'riend, the polio cripple, was embarrassed and fearful of the
Teacher Training College. He ment help would be forthcoming.Before cornered against\ a waU and lefto outsome are trying to stick by
visited and was shown the plantof die. them The boys themselves are y r
the Montreal Daily Star, one leaving New York Mr. > \Michael, son of a city firemanand quiet and answer questions with
of the world's largest printing Reeves, was appointed as Baha- with no known gang'con- "yes sir, no sir," in polite fash-
plants, piano and organ factories, mian correspondent for both the nections, had gone with his ion. This seems to be the idea of :
New York Age and the New _ _
museums, YMCA and YWCA.In friends for Toronto Mr. Reeves went ,York It_ Home'an be'lnteresting Housing Journal cording' to the D. ,A., it was a form of respect. Otherwise their = : BOURBON.
might to know "well planned raid" where heads are down and their THE 'I
over the entire plant of the To-
ronto University. He interviewed that*Mr. Reeves is now Bahamian gang of boys jumped him from thoughts eem to be in another _. ,.x,...'ari .t,.._- d
the president of the university on correspondent for the West India he bushes, all carrying ,heavy world. Only a few seem to rea- >'
various educational matters. Visits Committee Circular, a monthly weapons such as metal pipes, lize the death penalty'haixzs over S
implication in London England.In clubs belts and them. Parents of the murdered
were also made ,to the General an interview, Mr. Reeves expressed knives, garrison
Hospital and the Toronto Wo- himself
as being highly
men's Hospital, museum of arts pleased with his visit to this
and other places of interest.
count he
Bahamian ,students' studying in being educational, Interesting and as
Toronto were interviewed. most profitable.
At the end erf October Mr
Reeves to New York While in New York he was entertained -'
where he spent his first Christmas by Mrs. Roberta Ross,
In, 23 year, with his daughter George Edgecomlble Mrs. 'hel-
Mrs. Thelma Parrish and his ma Parrish, Miss Otella Ross, Mrs.C. _jli
son R. Coleridge who is taking a Cooper, Dr. C. B. Powell, A. '
post graduate course .in dental Phillip Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. ? ,,, THE MILDER BOURBON I I
technology. While in New York Rejlnald Williamson, Mr. and r ,
Mr. Reeves made a careful study Mrs. Harold McNeil, Mr. and Mrs. 'M
of juvenile delinquency. and interviewed I Harcourt Tynes, Miss Lilly Mau- "i "."' "' tyIa'
a number of social : phin, Dr. and, Mrs. Chas. War- t, .rv ., I Ir
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To have your .parcels delivered, errand trun. The new apartment buildingsin ed. Just ,about/ right. I

I the '6500 block on NW 12th The first thing we noticed t
Relax-Call ave, are 'a far cry, from those about 'the building was that it iT
,concrete slums that are being hid a front, and back stairway, ?
cluttered .lover the, local land, something almost unheard of In "1 i
Jef.Delivery ServiceNEwton scape.A '. Negro apartment buildings. .
Miam Times writer inspected -'
apartments am large
'apartment friend I
the of
with hardwood oak floors
4-1354 who claimed to be living in the roomy upstairs end terrazzo downstairs.The .
best apartment building in North-
kitchens have beautiful two-
Miaml.And the result
west prow tone cabinets and the bathroomsare

r beautifully tiled.' All. closets

r " , , burg, George Sands, Mr. and Mrs. have doors
Charles Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. We think the ,best feature about 111.-
COMMUNITYU Arthur Thompson, Jack Glass these apartments are that they
and others. are' owner manager. This assures 1: YOU CAN FINDA
In Miami he was entertainedby good upkeo of the buildings and
Mrs. Henrietta E. Sweeting, grounds. Most of the apartmentsin
DRUG STORE Mr. and Mrs. H,, E., S. Reeves, this area don't even boast s a, BETTER.BOURBON..BUYIT
Charles North and Stanley parttime superintendent.,
Sweeting and Elliott J. Pieze, He
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E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1958 Machines and Mystery"will Monday evening, Feb. 17 at Veronica O'Berry, reporter
be the sermon topic of the Holy Redeemer Church: Mrs. Emma

'- ---- Rev. Glenn O, Canfield, ministerOf Brinson and her three children SUNDAY
the First Unitarian. Church;' ; Mrs. Ruth Gardner and her Church School and Adult Bible

Fob 16, 11 a.m.w; two children; Mr. Edward Porter Class ...........-............... 9:30 am
The Beginnings of Mysticism In and Mr. Harold Rustin, after Solemn Sung Mass and

in Children's Growth will be discussed completing instruction will be Sermon .......-........... 11:00 ajn.
at the Adult Forum fct received into the Catholic St. Michael's Guild ........ 5:30 p.m
10:30.: Church The solemn ceremonywill Episcopal Young Churchmen .
The Liberal! Religious Youth begin with the profession of Unit No.1........ 5:30 p.m.
group will meet at the church faith and end with formal bap- Solemn Evensong and

building at 6:30: that evening. At tism. Relatives, friends, and Sermon ........................ 7:30 pja,
8 pjm. 4 candlelight program of parishioners of Holy Redeemerwill TUESDAY

recorded drama and music will be attend 'and all others are Acolyte practice ......."....... 6 p.m.
presented.The cordially Invited to attend this WEDNESDAY
first.session in six-weeks solemn occasion.
a Low Mass ..........*. ........... 6:30: p.m.
course will In be practical held on,public Tuesday speaking Feb.- The next convert instructionclass Evensong, meditation ........ 8 p.m.

18, 8:15 p.m. The course, spon- will begin next Thursday THURSDAYSt.
sored by the Adult, Education evening .at 8 p.m. In the Holy Re- Mary's Choir Guild

Committee, will be taught by deemer Hall. Anyone interestedin Rehearsal ................ 5:30 pjn.( -
Mrs. S. P. Derbyshire of,the Eng- these' classes are. cordially invited FRIDAYSt.

lish Department, University of Cecelia's Choir Guild

Miami. Rehearsal.............."... 8 p.m
Op Friday, Feb. 21, 6:30: p.m.a BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Note: Alf Masses on all Saint and

special dinner and travel game Mrs Katherine McLaughlin of Holy Days ............................ 6 a.m.
will be held at which time the .
Princeton, N. J. who is the secretary -
-'- -------'- -----
""' 'work of the National United Unitarian of the Western, Hemisphere There will be Corporate Com

Appeal will be explained Teaching Committee of the munion for all chapters of theWomen's
NEW NT.: MORtAH TRIUMPH CHURCHOpa National Spiritual Assembly of Auxiliary on Sunday

Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Locka FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST the Baha'is of the U. S., will be morning.

Doris L. Hayes, reporter Prince H. Mobley, pastorSis. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor the ,guest speaker at the Baha'i 'Holy Baptism will follow
Claudia Wilson Center, 137 NW llth ave., 7:45 Solemn Sung Mass and Sermon
Visitors are always welcome, to C. McKinney, reporterThe reporterWe
p.m. Sunday, Feb. 16. Her sub- pn (Sunday. All persons having
worship with us in all of our ser Teaching Ministry .of the )had a fine time throughouttho ject will be "Religion For The babies to be baptized are askedto

vices. church was the subject of the day Sunday.! Our Sunday Modern Man.. All races and contact the church's secretary,
Our Sunday School began at lesson on Sunday past. Memory School began at 9:30: a.m. We faiths are cordially invited to at- Arthur Blatch, 1369 NW 68th .
9:45: with a large attendance. The verse found I Timothy 4:6.: One enjoyed a wonderful lesson and tend. Terr., phone PL 19624.

classes were allowed time to review thought that' was very outstanding were able to obtain a thought. Shrove Tuesday: Feb. 18. Pan-
the lesson, "The Teaching In the lesson was "Neglect
The morning message was delivered EBENEZER METHODIST cake supper and meditation.
Ministry of The Church. All not the gift that is in thee which by 'Bro. Paul. Freeman ., "Getting Ready For Lent. 8 p.m.
teachers were at their posh Mrs.R. was" iven thee'by prophecy, with text St. John 15:3.8.: ; / DB.. reporter Ash Wednesday: Feb. 19. Im-

Turner, a very active member the laying ..on of the hands of The evening message was delivered Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor position of Ashes and Choral
rendered the music' for the Sun\ the presbytery. "TJiere were by Rev. C. Davis, text St. Mass;;" 6 am.'Imposition.
day School services., many wonderful sayings on the John 146.: Both messages were Our Christian faith points us of Ashes and Low
away to God who began, 'Who
Morning services were very delivered with power. The No.1 sustains 1 life and, who holds human Mass, 10 a.m.
highly inspirational with !pra ers I The subject of the YPE band choir rendered morning music life always in his ,hands.It Choral Litany, Imposition of
and songs. Choir No.1 and ush- was "Be Not, Afraid." and the No. 2 choir sang for the Ashes and confirmation instruc-

er board No. 2 were in charge. The evening devotional service evening worship. The No. 2 and reminds us of our depen- tions for adults, 8 p.m.

was. high in spirit and the Lord Junior ushers were in charge. dence on a power beyond ourselves Thursday, Feb. 20. Stations of
I Rev. Shipp came thru with the was glorified. The testimony 'We are asking the members bf and declares to. us that thepower the Cross for children, 4 p.m.

Holy' Spirit in his pwn way with meeting was, open up by Bro. S. the church to continue in prayer is generous and good. The Friday, Feb. 21. Low Mass,
a wonderful message, selected Williams and many testimonies for the sick. and attend our BTUat Christian faith always reminds us 6:30: a.m. Stations of the Cross

,i from St. John 635.: Two joiners were told. Sunday night was ral- 5:30 p.m. that we are but creatures, and 8 pjn.-
f came to Christ and sowed evi- ly night and each member was We invite visitors to join us in that God is the great Creator.
" dence of the Lord was in the aSked to pay $5.00 toward the service. Friendship is where youwill This is a belles which answers the

building. Children's .Home. There was a find a very warm welcome. perils of sell trust.

BTU begins at 5:30: and the teacher's concert and the follow- very FQR SALE .
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. We Had a lovely time
president requests the presence of ing teachers taught for five min- and your friends. Bring a utes Roberts: Mother, Sis. O.. Marshall Caldwell,, Mother Sis. A. E. M. Thomas, pastor I Sunday.Cookman The choir famous sang at Bethune the 11 BY SUMMONSPROPERTY
Oretha Holder
a.m. service.
The 7 p.m. 'service was con- B. Phillips and Mother M. Wil
We were proud to'see the faces
ducted by the Deacons, choir'No.E liams. "0, give thanks unto the Lord; MANAGEMENT
rendered songs oi Zion and for he is good: for his mercy en- of,,some of our own young peoplein Efficient Dependable? Reliable
The Pastor's Aid Club will the college choir.
usher No. 1 were at their best. A dureth forever" I Bedroom Dade
County pin
meet at the church Sunday
delivered by on As usual on the second Sum The Methodist Men 'will have
glorious sermon was evening, Feb. 16 at 3 o'clock. All.mmn'bers : nom*. Mutt be seen to appreciate.
Rev. J. Swain.. This sermon was asked to'' be day the Junior Church was in dinners in the basement on Sun- Located at 8270 NW 61st terr
I inspirational to the hearts and/ .Our friends are are invited to present. charge. The services began with day, Feb. 18 immediately after Total price $8,900; $1,600 first

souls who know Go.d and! with come the Sunday ,School, with Roose- morning service. This is for the down payment, balance like rent.
worship us.
velt Benson in charge: benefit of the rally. \ Now open for Intpectlon.
Mrs. Thelma Devoe
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN reporter \At .11/a.m. an inspiring devo For your orders of delicious

tional service was conducted by conch) :fritters and best yet pies. Brand new CBS 2.bedroom
Rev. James Culmer. pastor KELLY CHAPEL Robert L. Stephens and Johnnie Call FR 17129. They will be on home, 7645 NW 14th ave. Hard.

I Eddie Edwards,'clerk Sunday, FcA 23 is the date for Nichols. The message fore sale all day Saturday, Feb. 15. wood floor, tile feature, close U

i! Sunday School ........._n 9:30: am. our annual Woman's Day. Under morning was delivered We acknowledge the bus line; paved streets, sidewalk

Morning worship ............,.... 11:00( the leadership of Mrs. Dorothy J. U. Stephens' found in Psalm all visitors and invite presenceof to Total price $13,900; first down
Westminister Fellowship 8 pjn. McGhaney, the women are working 51:7, -Wash. The message was visit with us often payment $1,600.. Now open for
well delivered and enjoyed by all "
I hard to make this day very Inspection
You are urged to pray for and
BETHANY S. D. A. interesting and inspiring. present., _
.. visit the sick. Our shutins include , PROPERTY

360 N.W. 14th Terr. Heading the program committee Sunday, afternoon BTU was j : Restaurant BUSINESS
fully equipped. Now
will be Mrs. Lemmie Mitchell held with Bro. Daniel Smith in Mrs. Florida Butler, 152 NW
Elder C. B. Rock, pastor ahd Miss Maxine Neely. Three charge. During the program per- 8th si Mrs. Estella 'Farrington, CBS at $100 pr month. Now
rWomen's iod a Bible drill was held with 1512 NX 70th St., Mrs. Eugenia building located at 6351
Mrs. Evelyn G. Tynes, repor fM
have been
programs planned "'...' ....,. .'- NW 18th ave. Total I price $7,500,
Barnswell 223 NW
almost here Ith Terr.
Day Is the day. There will be a ,
speaker $1,500 down
$85 .
-suod; month.
again and we in Bethany are I for ,each program which will be night devotional ser- Mrs. Leeyor Reedy, 1312 NW 4th per
putting all our time and effort I announced next week. vice was conducted by Phyllis ave.. Mrs. Ella Williams, 1512 NW Two.bedroorCBS
toward making, this a grand d- Myers, Catherine Stephens and 6th ct., Mrs Sadie Jones, 1976 home
I The public is invited to wor- I with Florida room, hardwood
Mrs. L. Brown, the night's message NW 4th ct..
falr.With ship with us and hejpto] make floor, built-in fireplace, locatedat
delivered Rev.
this thought in mind we was by
this day successful., I Yours truly wishes to 1459 NW 55th *t Full
invite everyone to attend1' the following t Chalk, found in St. Luke 10.28, express price
sponsored by "Do This and Thou Shall Live." her greatest appreciation to Rev. J2,600; down payment $,&() ;
TEMPLE BAPTIST. Hall and the and $80 month.
In many friends who
the women of Bethany.On our prayers us rememberthe ,
Sunday, Feb. 16 the Master Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor sick. Let us pray for them a came during to her pray recent and visit Illness with her fOR THESE SPECIALS
Singers will render a program at speedy recovery. Visitors are always May CALL
the church at 7.45 p.m The anniversary program of the acknowledged at our God bless all of you. '

.No. 2 ushers' board has been church, so don't hesitate to come J. A. SUMMONSDAY
A musical extravaganza will be postponed to a later'date. T h and worship with us. "Man, Machines
held In Bethany Academy School' time and place will be published,( Sermon and by Mystery"I OR NIGHT
auditorium on Sunday, Feb. 23 ST. JAMES A.M
,\! at 1:30p.m.: \ The Missionary Society will ; E. Rev. Glenn O. Canfield HI 4.2448 or HI 6.0173
I Featured this will sponsor a dinner on the church I Mrs. C. W. Brooks reporter Sunday' Service __+..__ ,.110 8781
program Church School ............._. 10:30 AVENUE
ground tonight (Friday), Friendsare A. -
be the Dorsey Junior High band pro Joseph Reddick, pastor Miami
I' FIRST UNITARIAN S3, Coconut Grove
invited.A CHURCH Fla.
also musical selections from the
\ Northwestern High band. I Last Sunday services at St. Dixie Hwy. (U.s. 1)) S.W. 29 Rd "
i tea will be sponsored by the I James were very inspirational "d.1r
Yes, February is a busy month I senior choir Sunday afternoon at and Mrs. Gwendolyn Green was -
for the women of Bethany, ..0I 3 o'clock .at the home of Mrs. accepted Into membership.
watch for announcements of future Susan Hepburn, 2067 NW 5th '
Services Sunday will begin
dates and programs. place.' A spicy Is I t SOUTHERN CHOIR
program prom with our church school at 9:30: ,
Remember, you are airways wel Ised. .under 'the supervision of
come to attend all services at GOWNS COMPANY
I C. S. Hall. Rev. A.
Bethany. Sabbath School,' 9:30: It was good to see some of the Joseph I 216
will deliver the N.E. 2nd Ave.
a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. members who were on the sick I message Miami
at the 11 service and administer
Young People's Meeting, 4:30: p.m. ::1st, in service on Sunday. We the am. I FR 4-2737 FR 1-8011

pray fOr'a, speedy recovery for baptism I Room
St. Matthew AME Zion all the others. i I. Our ACE League will begin at 212 .'

The usual services will be on 5:30: pjn. with, Miss Vivian Ruth Custom ,-
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. erford made choir gowns
Sunday. presiding. Everyone is invited ..
Rev. A. H. Ferguson pastor I to come) out and enjoy, her
Sunday School...?...-... 9:45: am. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER program. Highest Quality!

Morning Worship .......... 11 sjn. The ,;actor will also preach at 3r S Lowest Prices!!
Evening worship .._..,.... 7:30 p.m. N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. the evening worship service, anda
Phone FR 9-1424 cordial welcome is extended to From.$10.95New

TRINITY WESLEYAN MASSES all to come) out and worship with
Daily ...:;......__.__..._... 8 ajn. I Styles Old
Rev. George E. Johnson pastor Sunday ............ 7 ajn. & 2h30 a.m us.The Styles
Mo.\ Phyllis Andrews, reporter entire membership of St. Ooice of Finest Fabrics

Sunday School ._--s.. 9 m. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST James regret the passing of one Caps Collars Stoles *

Morning worship ..........._. .... 11:00: of its oldest members, namely
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m. 1571 N.W. 68th Terr. Sis. Julia O'Brien. f All Colors. and Combination
Rev. G. Jones, pastor The sick and shut-In are: Bro.
Larry Dlckett
/ Sunday School _...... 9:45 '*.m '.T-rr-fnI Jamison. Bro. Herbert will call on you at no

::1 !! Morning worship ................I.: ll:n11 Knowles, Bro. Frank ,Shaw and:: I obligation
,'? Drive. Carefully, Evening worship ......_......... T:30 Sis. Annie Edwards. v"t
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help with children. Please call
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NICE furnished room in private I OMcials of the Omega Psi Phi'lems that confront minorities in H. Carl Moultrie, National Executive J\\l otJigeTHE \j

home. U826. NW 55th st. Phone fraternity, along with, another interested America Shown from left to rightare Secretary. Benjamin E.
citizen shown Dr. James N. Natorlt
are as secre-
they talked with Richard Nixon tary, Howard University; Atty.H. Mays, president, Morehouse College MILDER BOURBON
ROOMS. Single vice president of the United E. Tucker, grand basileus of And Branch Rickey, who put Kutucty Strilghl BoinbM' Whiskey I Ire.OM
$8.50, double $10. Mac's Guest States, about some of the prob; the fraternity; Mr. Nixon; Atty.Some Negroes in major league baseball. U Proof ttocMl Aft OW.Co.FnwUort,KJr.,
Houset 2170 Washington Street, I ,
Opa Locka. Phone MU

THE MIAMi'TIMES "The People Newlpaper'SATURDAY

Christian home, 1928 NW 59th at. ,
Mrs. Garrett. Jt


beauty shop. Phone PL 1-9250.
Mrs. Jones. M t
t. SSi
155th st. Phone PL 9-8631.

%ACNNr nblk9I
1-BEDROOM APT. Unfurnished.
11 -I-
New building just completed, 524
NW 22nd st. Phone FR 9-3676. THE weather hat been to cold
M1a here recently that Miamians are
THREE SPACES in all new JABBER WOCK wondering where they can go to

Beauty Shop. Will arrange to suit Continued from page 1 get warm. This winter has been
bea\41cians. PL 1-9250. Mrs. little more than ,a series .of rain,
Jones. ......... indf prologue From that moment 'on, wind and cold;' and our season
the action began and the cameras has just about gone to pot. And to
DRESSES. Lovely, mostly size 12, t were focused. The theatre was ,top it all,' we ,get: three inches of .
some larger; also coats skirts, all aglow snow, in our, cappl({ Thursday,
yellow knit suit. All very cheap.
Also man's blue suit, never worn, ,Haw thrilling it was to watch THE "Horee'' "r' k" |la a place
cost '$65, selling for $20. Private the performances of each presentation where no telling: who you) may
party. 329 NW 52nd st. There were scenes taken come in contact with or see, especially -
from "The and I" "Love \
King Is
Hlaleah. Big Don New-
I "
SUGHTTLY USED studio couch, of the stars that Warner Bros, has gatheredfor Caine a Many Splendored Court Thing, 'The" combe and his wile, Rosa, accom-
step table Sand coffee table that Mutiny Martial panied by sister, were tagging a
their fast moving musicteJ, "Jamboree, are shown as "The Ten .Commandments" and
matches, all for $40. These may few Slaippy White, along with
In film which amves'Sunday at the LibCity
be seen at 19&1 NW 2nd ct" or they appear several other outstanding movies. the Trenlers is said lobe tossIng -
phone FR 3-6842 (Sat. after 1 Drivein Theatre They are (top 1-r) Jodie Sands, Count During the change of skits more on the ground than in

p.m. and all day Sunday), Basie and Joe Williams, Jerry Lee Lewis, Charlie} Grade, Billy Rolle and his orchestra rendered the cashier's! window . Jimmie
musical selections for the
the Four .Coins, Buddy Knox, Frankie Avalon, Jimmy audience's enjoyment; Randolph and the Cab Galloway
MODERN furnished room, cooking cast are occasional viewers, and
Bowen Fats Domino and Rocco and his Saints.
\ The epilogue terminated the
facilities and use of house. bet likewise". . The Hardtack
1986 NW 57th st. Call NE 4-1390 show, after which the judge, lovers were dlsapolnted 'Monday
I Max Karl, director of the Florida
after 5 p.m.Comer when his presentation; up state
DRESSMAKING Rev. C. K. Steele to Christian Regional National and Jews Conference, Mrs Eddie of delayed his Monday mounts, especially -
the women bettors.
80x109 landscaped.Good Specializing in children's Daniels, stat member of the

for four units clothing. For information call Speak Here Sunday State Welfare Board,, and Jack
Mrs. Hazel McDonald, NE 45045. Brachenberg, Southwest YMCA
Will build to suit Will fur- Continued from page 1 t Youth Work Secretary, retired, to THE, SPOTLIGHT will be on
make the final decisions for the the Tech-Agcers Night out. It'sthe
nish financing on your lot church. 'They have secured as awards.In Y-Tcen of Murrell Branch
their speaker, for both the'morn- the adult division, Alpha YWCA annual Sweethearts Ball
or mine. Cash paid for your Close in Town Int and evening services, the Rev. Kappa Alpha received first prize at We Holmes elementary, Fridayat
in C. K. Steele of Tallahassee. for Its presentation of "The Pa- 8 p.m. . Too bad such a
lots or home. Baron JE Ready to Move Jama Game", while Alpha Phi fine nursery as the one in Richmond -
Terr. ,Rev. Steele is minister of the Alpha's "The Caine Mutiny Court Heights had to close because
N.W. 62nd
81340. 1642 Bethel Baptist Church of Talla- Martial," brought them the 2nd the owners are seeking a
New Home hassee and is president of the prize in this division. gold mine in one big dif. Several:
BEAUTY lots Lnter-Clvle Council, Inc. of Tal- Dorsey Junior High Schoolwas have tried and reported demandsare
on two cor-
,For Sale lahassee.It the recipient of first prize outrageous , To speak of

ner, desirable location, 3- 3 Large Bedrooms was through his leadership, and George Washington Carver, fine apartments and not mention
King Cole apartments on 12th ave.
second prize in the Jt.-Sr. division -
that the bus" in Tallahassee
boycott -
bedroom hardwood floor namedin
'would be unjust. They are
Closets I
Many Big was made a successful endeavor
For its magnlfident performance due respect of Nat King Cole,
garage, vani lories, 2901 Lare Living Room ot' "The King and" I his (personnel contact with the

.. NW 43rd terr. Lots for sale. I, Dining Area Rev. Steele is nationally known !Bunche Park Elementary was ; manager merits it . The latest
as one of the greatest preachersin awarded the first prize in the on 15th ave is Duke's Shoe Shineon
Cash for your lots. Baron, Large Kitchen the American pulpit. Elementary division. Gradually, the corner of Wth st. anr 19th.
Several other" leading personal- the house lights were brightened, Here's the smartest and largest
JE 81340. 10 Ft. of Cabinets ,tI ities will appear' on the program. the orchestra began its renditionsand of its kind In Liberty City. Just
The combined choirs of the Mt. the theatre goers left for the across from Baker's. Famous Cor-
Doble Kitchen Sink Olivette Baptist Church will Jabberwock Theatre had closed ner.
Formica Top. render the music. for the season
,r-Johnson of Miami photo
; The public is advised to be THE JE8CA SUB DIBS are
HOMES FOR SALE Full Tiled Bath present. bv 11 n.m. in order. 'to busy seckln: talent for their
Colored Fixture get a seat.Deacon Youth Talent Show March 18 .
Leroy Johnson is chair Announcing The Opening Valerie Anderson is home on
$595 Down Oak Wood Floor man. Cleveland Sampson, cochairman leave from San Antonio where

Partly furnished, 2bedroomCBS. Thruout: and Rev. I. C. Mlckins, ofHICK'S she is stationed with the WACs

One mortgage payment. minister; . Petite Sylvia Reynolds Espy
Hurry! See today. $9,500 total. New Fence I swears that Sir Stork (before the
One Mortgage Payment KURLE'S AND KOMBE'S summer) will deliver a boy . ,
CHILD CAREFor Liberty Lodge and Temple are
,Near 57th Street Runs 'Till Paid in Full BEAUTY SHOP having a Valentine Ball at the
expert child care call 18th tonight .
Down Elks Rest on ave.
$1,495 DownNeat $1,700 NE 45045. '
6550 N.W. 17th Ave. Ronald Turner' motored down
and clean 2-bedroom C 3S. Plus'Larle from New York for a short visit.

Stove and refrigerator, carport Utility Room Phone PL 8.9375 . Helen Cooper Smith returns
barrell tile roof, hardwood floors FOR SALE to Denver, Colo., Sunday a.m.
excellent value; $80 monthly payment after spending three weeks here
,4-Bedroom 2 Bath Operators i
at the bedside of her mother,
CALL 2' Car Garage Home Geraldine Mrs. Florence Cooper ,who is
Call or Visit Mrs. much 'Improved . Our freakish

Gold 'Coast Realty Mr. FrederickUN HARDWOOD AND Formerly' of Vogue Beauty Fair I weather has laid a many of our
6-8002 TERRAZZO FLOORS inhabitants lour with colds and
4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. or Mrs. Serena WilliamsMrs. viruses "Banker" Brown of
PL 44508JOIKTriE UN 6-7801 Cor. 67th St. and Shiddie's Tavern was among the
Naomi Latimore victims Mrs. Mary Jenkins 'had
24th Ct. her family doctor attending
Mrs. Vera Hicks JohnaonPropr't. Thursday for the rfrtu bug. We
Open Sun. 2 to 8 .r
know what these folk are catchJnz -
., and
Manager -
I Call JE 1-6173 '
because we caught 'It'! T
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MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE How to Get Your CARD OF THANKSThe

: 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1958 DEATHS Sleep When family of. the late,
I Baby's Teething wish to thank everyone for their
kindness and the faithfulness during -
his recent illness and death.
Range .
f CARDS MEMORIALS No baby in his or her right mind The gifts, cards, telegrams,
Mrs. Julia OTBrien of 1821 NW would dream of getting severe flowers, visits and other gesturesof
68th terr.;. died 'at her residenceon teething: pains at a convenienthour. between sympathy will never 'be for-
Feb. '66. She was widely They must occur gotten. ,
CARD OF THANKSThe 'CARD OF THANKSWe known in Liberty City having midnight and 6 in the morning Special thanks to Rev. C. J.
all night,
lived there for the past 37 years. just to keep parents up Burney and members of Friend-
family of the late, the family of the late, Survivors'are daughter. r, Mrs. Seriously, teething is no joking ship Baptist Church, and the
MRS. JULIA O'BRIEN WILLIAM "Bill' GOLDENwho Lundy, a grandson, Prince Hep- matter for baby or parents but, Range Funeral Home fOr services -
take this method to sincerely departed this life November burn with whom she resided, 8 fortunately, in our modern rendered.
thank each of you for your kind 8, 1957 wish to thank those who grandchildren and 22 great grand scheme cxf things, there is a safe
sent cards flowers donations.Special solution for all con-
expressions of sympathy in the children. and happy \
many floral pieces, cards and thanks to Vent John E. Funeral services were conducted cerned. WHERE IS
telegrams received during their Culmer and the Francis Funeral' on Monday at St. James AME It is a product called Ora-Jel.
hour of bereavement. Special Home.Mabel Church with Rev. A. J. Reddick When Ora-Jel is applied tobalby's
thanks to Rev. Reddlok, Rev. Gay, Golden, mother officiating Burial was' conducted gums it stops teething 930 ?
Mary G. l Hudson, sister ,
Mrs. Lucy Howard, Mrs. Zessie at Evergreen. pains in Just 20 seconds. OraJelis
Irvinj, the Praying Band and the
safe it's commended by
membership of St James AME IN MEMORIAMIn \ Rev, ,Andrew Butler, 6220 NW Parents'so Magazine and recommended ._. "..
Church., 19th court, died at his residenceon ,
sad .
:but loving memory of Iby many pediatricians.Baby
The Hepburn Family dear Feb. 7. He was a pioneer Mi- ,
our mother, won't mind It either because -
amlan,having here from the BRAND NEWBeautiful
MRS. ALICE M WRIGHT come it's perfectly tasteless and
who departed this life on .Feb. Bahamas over 40 years ago. He is effective for so long a time, you '
IN MEMORIAMIn survived by his widow, Leatha,
13, 1966.' can prdbably get'' in your full 8
Gone, but 'not forgotten. May several sons and daughters, hours sleep between applications. 3-Bedroom
loving remembrance of our she rest in peace, and may light grandchildren and other relatives.
dear wife, mother and grand- perpetual shine upon her. Funeral services will be con- Ora-Jel comes> in a convenient Hardwood Floors
mother, Lewis W. Wright, son ducted on Saturday, Feb. 15 at 3 tube and should be standard
:MRS. MOLOE STEWARTwho And Family pm. at the Church of God Pro- "equipment" in your medicine Garage
departed this life on Feb. phecy. Bishop( J. D. Williams will cabinet and first aid kit because Open Sun. 2 to 4:30 p.m.
11, 1964. officiate. Burial will 'be con- hi additiop to giving complete
Rev. Andrew 2000 N.W. 56th St
Sleep on dear mother, and take ducted in Lincoln. relief from teething pains, it
your rest, Bullard Dies nts works equally well for toothaches. CAPPER
We love you but God loves you Willie 3050'NW Ora-Jell is, sold in all drug
46th st., died ,at his residence on
best. gt" "..-:-: .71:',:,", ,; ,;:: ; Feb., 8. lIe is stores. CONST. CORP.
The Family; survived by several
\I. T. B. Stewart, husband 4 children, a sister and other rela-

Frank Hattie Wilkins Wilkins! ,,son-in-law daughter $fr : passing tives. Several of Mrl hours Clements following, his wife the, Drive Carefully Drive Carefully!

.'. Eddie Stewart, son I'Jessie, died Jackson Memorial
Frances and Eddie, Jr.grandchildren. Hospital following an illness of
u' several months. In addition to the
( and great grandchildren children she is survived by her
.w. I mother and other relatives. REMOVAL NOTICEWe
Double services will be conducted -
CARD OF THANKS in the chapel on Friday, Feb., take pleasure in announcing to our many

The family of'the )sate7L p 4 jr 14 at 2 pan. with Rev. A. J. Red- customers and friends our new location, where we
s dick officiating Burial in Lin.
__ I coin. hope to continue serving them.

ai Fred Maura of 1233 NW 65th st The Excelsior Press
: died at Dade County Hospital on
Feb. 9. He is survived by three DISTINCTIVE PRINTING
4' daughters, 2 sons and other relatives
j J S Funeral services will, be
Edward E. Davis Prop.
conducted on Saturday, Feb. 15 ,
at 11:30 am. at the Church of 834 N. W. 3rd Ave. FR 3-9245
i ; % The Incarnation with Father E.
Clarke officiating. Burial in Lin
I cola
Rev. Andrew Bullard died on
Friday afternoon at his home Mrs. Ellen ,Jordan, of Lincoln.
6220 NW 19th ct. Fields, Liberty City, was found ARE YOU IN
Well known in the Liberty City dead in her 'apartment, Wednesday -
area where he resided for the Feb. 12. She lived alone and
past 50 years; Rev. Bullard is had died about four days. Survivors THE REGISTER
survived by his wife, Mrs. Letha are her sister, Mrs. Cath-
Bullard, five sons, Raymond, erine 'Davis of Opa Locks, a ,
John, Prince New York City; nephew, Albert Bain of Liberty (Directory of clubs, organizations, businessesand
Samuel and James; four daughters City and other relatives. Funeral institutions in Miami and Supurbs)
Mrs. Rachel Pratt, Dad e arrangements are incomplete.
County school teacher and Poin-
lana Park PTA president, Mrs. {Mrs: Cecelia Lightburn, of MARCH 1st IS THE DEADLINE
I Mary Kelly, Mrs. Eva May, Mrs. Howard, Fla., died at Dade Coun-
OSBORNE FERGUSON Lillie Ross; nine .grandsons and ty Hospital on Feb. 2. She is For Information Phone NE 5-3321 or 4-4170
wishes to thank all kind friends, four granddaughters. survived by her sister, Mrs. Mary
neighbors and relatives*who responded Funeral services for Rev. Bul- Forbes. Funeral arrangements are
during the passing of lard will be held' on Saturday incomplete
our loved one, with cards, letters, afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
telegrams, florals and all acts of Church of God of Prophecy under
kindness.We the direction of the Range Funeral from Roger Williams Universityin \ $1,000 DOWNThree
especially wish to thank Home with Bishop J. D. Nashville.Tenn.
'Rev., L. A. Thompson and mem- Williams officiating. Mrs. Evans was for many years
bers of Temple Baptist, Church, principal of the elementary More Beautiful Homes
friends of NW ,11th terrace, Mrs. Mrs. Evans Buried department then in ,the Booker T. .. JUST COMPLETED ,
Washington High
Olivia Prime. Francis Funeral
ome and those serving as ..pall ; in Washington Among the pall bearers were Three Bedrooms Hardwood Floors|
bearers. To all, we say thanks. I Fred Aranha, assistant principal' All Modern Features
Mrs. Clara Ferguson, wife Mrs. Lillie Carmichael Evans, of the Langston High School in
long-time resident of Miami, was Washington, formerly, of the MIami SEE MR.,GORDON .
buried in Washington, D. C. Feb. Times staff, he was a student -
IN MEMORIAM 7. Services ,were conducted by from elementary school on SUNDAY 12 to 4 P.M.,
Rev. C. H. Pearson, pastor Be- through college of first Mrs.
In sad but loving memory of ,ean Baptist Church. Evans, and then other membersof 6305 N.W. 22nd COURT
our dear father,. Pastoral statement was made the Evans' family.
I by Rev. E. T, Graham pastor ,of The daughter and the two sons N OR CALL
Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Miami attended the funeral Mrs Ruby '
I where the Evans family has Evans Washington's husband is in Offices NE 4-5097 Residence FR 1-0377 i rr
had its membership since 1918. foreign service in Indonesia and
In that year the late Rev. J. R. could not bepresent. The three . tlLIBERTY
Evans, who died while pastoring grandchildren, Michael, Evange I
Mt. Zion in 947, came to the I Ine, and James Webster. Evans
pastorate bringing his family i were away In school.


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: Sold. 30 already,- Demand so great we have built

1 MORE"at N.W. 31st AVE. & 48th TERR. .

SEE 3080 N.W. 48th Terrace

Open Daily 1 to 5 p.m. o LANDSCAPED WITH GRASS AND


3 Bedrooms Oak floors, formica kitchen, tile roof, LARGE ROOMS

wall heater, tile bath large laundry and utility room

Built-in oven and range. s CORNER APTS. AVAILABLE
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who departed, this life Feb. 13, .

1954.May he rest in peace. Milton Rothman Broker '\ 6511 N.W. 12th Ave. HI 4-3673 I
,* We love you, but Jesus loves 145:Almeria Ave., Coral Cable. I .
'.you best. ", Open
.'" ,',Mrs. Esther Gregory Dght Phone ,HI 6-6426 or MO 6-8407 Daily and SundayTHE' ..
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Flashes The members of St. Francis
LBCITY Richmond Heights Xavier Roman Catholic Church
wish to thank you for the support -

oo lw ro WC AT REBftM __ Dy ORA D TALVOR given bazaar them, which during,was theirtwoday a.

tfBSf ..... -- -""* great success.

NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. HEART FUND The Heart i send me their names and addresses First prize, a television set, was
Association of Greater Miami, I that we can visit them I won by Jake Boswell
Inc. has begun again its Countywide !- and also spread the news. second prize, a set of dishes,
FRIDAY SATURDAY <. Fund Drive to he]> heart won by Miss Mildred Hoyer of
sufferers of all races or creeds !to The Cnmders of the Cross, a 358 NW 10th at., and third prize
The Star of "SHANE" overcome. the, dreaded kith, 1 Richmond Heights Prayer Band I electric iron, won by Miss Alma
Ieart Disturbance." Volunteers .and Welfare group, is asking for i McLeod of 511 NW 12th ave,
..FLASHES HIS SIXSHOOTERSIN are needed greatly for this drip Jean clothing for distribution I apt 11.Again.
WEST I contacts :among the migrants. Barrels oriwxes
OLD When your captain you
LAWLESS thank and may
THE to receive we you
cooperate and help her \n : will be placed
please memberf blessings be yours. ....
reaching each home in her bloc! I I same; Clothing for any many
ALAN The headquarters'' for Richmond : I the family accepted to Include

Ueights is 14601 Lincoln Blvd, I shoes and wearing apparel. Call M..M.930 .....-..
phone CE 54246. Call in to oft I 2B 5-4246 for pick up of clothing
The pot KRENOA BONMB your services as a volunteer.As md bedding.

..d"'ureatorJ of the MARSHALLCRISPNoManCanKillaTexasRanger ,chairman of area 55: you Send copies of the TIMES to ?
scribe wishes with your help t to friends who live in other areas.
s>t.n wlwosk.dawi.. make this ,a most successful 3uy your copies from your local
wEi. most needy causi I Edwards DrugStore
bpt sM troInI Please drtve for have a a' heart and help. carrier in or shopping at center. ........-...............................-

frMMq In 1MI'M' someone else to have one.. The
.atword block' chairmen will meet this
-of.. L Friday evening at 14601 Lincoln THE MIAMI TIMES "The People Newspaper"
,_ t t oME q TECSS1t Boulevard to plan for drive. '
$ "
The SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1958 '" PAGE 18 I
.. Tuskegee Club of Dade Count
met at the home of Rev. and Mr
withit! W. E. Taylor on last Saturday
waY evening with President Capers
aId presiding. After Informal sociallzing America's
the meeting was,opened for West
Paramount prfasnts business. Among the plannln Key Southernmost CityBy I

OLDE r ; projects was a tea to be announced -
at a later date. ,
,. A continuation of planning wlU
WIIIamBENDIX be in next meeting. Tuskegeean .
John Capers, president '
present were
Johnson of West Pabn each; two
' ; Mrs. Esther Norris, Mrs. ;I. FAMU CHOIR WILL' BE of
Macdonald CARE C. Mlckins, Mrs. Blanche Dear, HERE FEB. 15-18 Miami step brothers and Howard, George Lang Lang of West
Mrs. A. J. Shooles Mrs. D. Herris -
A and M Unlver-
The Florida Palm Beach.
FREEMAN" r Mrs. Ora D. Taylor. .
ef, rM slty1 choir will move into the
Refreshments and congenU
t. Southernmost City for two day Recital
i n wemu "di; get-to-gether concluded. this beginning Feb. 15, enhancing tin
n ..,, pleasant meeting. cultural climate of the entire, city; Harris Chapter No. ISO, Order
wwcu.ustYr SAYINGS with their ,vocal and dramatic of Eastern Star, is presenting
JIF : Let Not presentations.There Mrs. Josephine Mallo, soprano,
Your Heart be Troubled, As a are fifty collegians in the :and C. C. Miller, tenor in a Joint
Man Thinketh in Ills Heart, so i i. various ensembles that comprisethe recital on Monday evening March
he; The Lord Looketh on The choir unit. It is with these 17 at 8:15. at the James E. Scott
__ ar t CNNICp Heart; Keep Thy Heart'With All Steele Auditorium, 7200 NW
that Mrs. P. W. ,, Homes
::::; 0I Diligence; Daniel Purposed in Hi. groups choir directress is able to create J2nd ave. Mrs. Gladys McFord
earl[ ; Blessed are the Pure in such interesting situations muchto will be at the iplano, Admission Is
Heart; Let my Heart be Sound in the pleasure of the audience. $1.00, and the public, is invitedto
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY Thy Statutes, that I Not h Music' lovers should have some come out and enjoy an evenIng -
STARS very pleasant moments as they of fine musical entertainment.THE
OPJ3 concerts atnutlai'
attend the FAMU .
PICKED ITS SONGS HD ail to call the principal's offlw ) gym Saturday and Sunday -
,1/ inquire about applications for Feb. 1546.icy' M
ARE IN IT i to to attend
Westers are urged -
classes now beginning in Spanish,
T TOO! + 4 Rp.1 art, nfl sic, etc. Principal Waite ; this grand affair

tc White and his faculty are doing Bethel i
% in outstanding Job in school and The members
Church are very sorry to bear of
O communIty services. Give them
MSE gpNOj he illness of one of our very
whole hearted support. '
7 four good( members. Mrs. Blanche Cornell -
CpUNO NS home in
1 KEMERBER THE SICK Mr at her daughter's
mar Mami. Our prayers arc offeredor
a very Johnson of 14960 Jackson
qIp her speedy recovery.
st. is ill and needs your
and prayers. If there are other 'frown 312 Olivia
sick. in our community pleas Mrs.
JP1fio1eScreeailay it., is sick at her residence.'riends .
wish-her well again soon.

(Mrs. Rosa Hall, wife of Joseph
ti by MO KAN10R'Directed by ROY LOCMD( ; RITZTHEATRE tall, is a patient at M o n roe THE LIGHTER BOURBON
General Hospital. Friends wish lURtMckf ttnlhl Bonrtwn WMiby s rn.OilU
L11_ McedbyMAXHOSEKBEilGSMIlIOIISUBOISXYB her a speedy recovery. Pmf (AMtoM A|i DM.C04 rtwkfwt.Ky.
ii a11
rod t.Wwy4'ovpws1t w SUN., MON., JUES.: DEATHS
FEB. 16 17 18
Mrs. Mary Dixon of 9n Fort SMITH
J. B.
"Tin Star"H.nry Village, died Feb. 10 at Monroe

MISflELDi' Fonda General Illness. Hospital after a short ELEQ1RICSERVICE

Plus Funeral services will be con
i' PONY RANDAII "Will Success Spoil ducted (from Bethel AME Church
Rock Hunter? Sunday, Feb. 16 at 2:30: p.m. The Electrical Contractor
Jayne Mansflold Rev. W. 11. Zanders, pastor of the
church; will officiate HOUSEWIRING
The deceased is survived by 2
Call us"
s Mrs. Agatha Hepburn, "Don't cuss *
IB BHEV 4Ll rMv *i* RMK Hunter? Df Key West; Mrs. Doris Me- PHONE NE 5-3058
Well i Suss Spa I Crarey of Los Angeles; a son,
Night Day
RUCHE came of Key West a brpthcrHalter or.
SATURDAY Curry Sr., one sister; Mrs. I
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, I THEATRE OPA LOCKA Ethel Whitehead; three step sifters
-- Mrs Jennie Lang. Mrs. Brain Dr1iv !
T.l. NA 17122

r ALAN !Siffi.ij[ 8 8E [NIJI'X 8UN.2 James, MON.Dun, TUES.Hits % Green of Miami Mrs. Violet I

E! ADD YfI( NIi. ORl[ : ,"Rebel Cause"Without aA.lP northwestern Senior Hi. Scholl PIA 1 I'' .

., n ,AJjm.' "East of Eden' PRESENTS ITS

Cln.ma8eop. and Color
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Musical ExtravaganzaMonday


.Feb. 24, 1958,8 p.m. '


SAT. MIONITE Northwestern Band and Chorus

SUN. MON., TUE8. ,
FEB. 19 17 18
Guest Artists

"The Deep Six"T I

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S THE MIAMI TIMES The Newip.per""

PACE 16 SATURDAY. FEBRUARY IS, 1958 y !Adam Powell Blasts
act LoftS el tile -.e.
I sad Pnfiiiiiiiii! WesMBfls! Ctabwstk
wlsit se tae 7toc for Hkiac -

Joe T. Smalley, Sr. j .tl Us thanks seasonal who to avfeasrad to tea tile a saeorss.3r fcI-OB the-. Ouster; of NY StudentsNEW .

J J"' __ ... . ._ __.__ ..L_ . .
YORK Iii Adam Will Only help W maji. WPM uaio-
Dies at 112 3It'JtIe .lees.. Trie. Krt.Seaii .: Clayton Powell (D.NY) denounced full-time criminals."/ ..
IzlkOs The, Poakcr T. trouble-
the ouster of -- - ---
'Iii :fsa .
qauuc Hisjl CtSMoidpreetedl
by jaca. Sasniejetu making studeats from New York "
Th.rrpe4a.' Jose Kiooard City's schools as "a form of *
:be =argert a -- 111-4.. c.:7 ..- and BawkiBs.VSrgfeaia DLMIJL. Mrs. Plo Xaztoro forced upon the people cmfINDl

of New York City" by Mayor

,. lie if ass svnired by the ee A prize was to be awarded to I Babel Wagner and top school BETTER
VT- -Set nose Warrea of Asgasia. 'Itfee best decorated table Sine I autfeorilief. BOURBON
Ga.; Cerfe sad Jfea. el Taaapa, the edges who were Sirs Mark
a" dai Pte,. Mrs. Hxttte Ddaacy i'Br1nrc". Mrs. Lau: Greea. Mrs. Powell also pastor of Abys-
a to of Tampa two brothers; : MaydeO Brzycca. },In. Osceoia ooiaa Baptist Church, said the
W-lue and Frank et A>gara; two,I Began and
Dr. Kelsey Thai decided ;suspension of 046 pupils "not
fjters. Jin. Itattfe WBKass of,; : that all of the tables '
were convlcedbat merely charged"with
"ew Jersey awl bits Ettdie too bu.!dy decorated to make'
CzJdvefl: of Sew York 42 graad.tiaJdren. fV-r'rirtn. being disturbed or incor-
a :: A3 tzbesai
!4t. xII 12 great rrxnddxCdren j l I The Ways and Means ccta- riga e was." "no way to meet theprob1en.
and fire great-great deate
-m.. -j3i ,I tosses cf the B and P dab whichis

beaded by Mrs. Ada le is *> ... Tennfng the school board's
II :. SauBey mover the late trral.. be was shown over the host ""C.lep1the congressmrn: THE SMOOTHER BOUROOMUntucliy
Sin. Kitty Strad ey, Eyed to be :Ztini added: "Xickinr them out into ( StriigM BotNtm WkMMy C Tn.CMW
90' fears ot1'u.enJ. ate. Bci is president of the i the streets not only from 3 Proof t oAndtol A0 Dbt Cfc.FnoUort.tiff
services were held drib. o'ckcfit oa. but the entire day,

Sccdaj in SeSser with the Stow Fcaeral Bocae in ciiirge. I i X : xX :

Baptist Minister, 39, I, Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From [

Jot T, ScnaEey Sr of Sefiaer.Ha .
-, father of Joe T. Smaller Jr., Heads N.Y. Council I I VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645
of 218 XW Hti st. In Van-! J oaursed from page 1) I
died en Tuesday.: Feb. 4 at a world be coariaced: not by z&aenaTakl -
Tampa hospital at the aze cf 112. atone bat by the "bon
Mr SaxXf, was beaeved to be es!, basic axsesxsoeat of human
the oldest pertca: in the eqailitT and tignLir' we com-
z a e. He Dyed In Sweet far mmSrate: to them and which. / o r
more than 50 years and at onetime they see reflected in oar Aaoeri- <
his! family! said **
was to be can society _

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This to mr desk a There is aa old fable that once
abort w1d1e &IQ. It wa from a a group: of people came to the I
young vosoaa. Him 1C. P. of ID and said "Sao there Is a
: Rockford QUaoUIt : place of midaigtt darkness on
is her for BW id expiate the earth where tt Is dark Uhairs
the terrfUa fear that kas ton a day.
.seated me an cttoy 1t-, As a The son answered 1 wffl go
c&fld I ana afraid U be arooadyeopla sad search for tt." And so the
Whey I bad to go to son searched and searched bat
"sefcoal It wsa tartar for ma could sot find it. No .wonder! WHY PAY
Tfcroagi aQ say school years I There can be DO darknee: where RENT ?
ova aasoclattd nor played with the su ... t _
KU other pupils I weald ofteary Tom oa a light la a room and
beasts: I fait so depressed. Instantly the darkness la gone.
cadloaeJy.TaJs . Torn off the tight and tntmed WATERFRONT

Ufe salaerabl aflktioa aaaVK&iappf.If bu nude. ay: atoll is this the; darkness It Is because returns.light Why ts' Boating and Fishing in Your Own Back Yard

y slater reeestly said,Tovr' dominant over darkvtf* It ladonlUAr $795 DOWN
fear.aa a mnL Tn ska 14,brayed : tqt as long as roe
for mad dellrerei tram, keep ft in control. In the same Beautiful new CBS dream home, 3 bedrooms, large living
faith and room, combination -
ttIs It trod that I eaa beTkare I war right believing kitchen .
.with built in and
a t I1t4r I are dominant cyst (ear. range, colored tile bath, tile
Second Identify the thing or roof, front porch, rear patio, large closets, many built in features
are who read on
many 'I things you fear. When you bring large Rainbow Park lot. No closing costs ,
this comma who also suffer from no qualifying
them anyone can
eat Into the
the swill malady of f..,.. I wish faith can deal with your lotto buy, only one mortgage payment' *.E.Z terms, less than rent See this.
to disease with this young can t1e.r blips name wfll today f,
woman and each of you "God's ,1 help. It 1* like an Insect IaJ.4.Iquder t
Three "Ways To Stop Beiag a flat rock. Lift the rock. $305 DOWN $50 MONTH
What expose the Insect and It S.... Nr.W
Buy this well located 3-BEDROOM
do you tart l.It death, Now take the corer off the thing Liberty City 2 ,BATH
poverty faflsre. crlttdso. sick> you fear and you wfll be amased lot 50 x 140, near NW 27th ave. CBS
sets 1 Do yet tar hart or be to see that it to aot as bad as Plan for the future, start now. $1,895 DOWN
Inn by you friends: arc you you Imagined.
afraid of old apt If fear Gorgeous, huge living
pos face your fears before they NEW 3-BEDROOM room, separate -
,sass you sad yoi are unable grow larger. The mask of mys CBS dining room, formica kitchen
to sleep or rest loa mast realise tery adds. only to their control- $795 DOWN I with beautiful colored
that your unhappy attitude Iseaosed aver you. Best in Opa Locka. Real beauty 3 cabinets all
large rooms tile
by your wrong beUetlng, and features
i Third practice the ef bedrooms ,
power large
Bat God hat a remedy. Too I your faith' In God dally. (This to living room, com 2 colored tile baths, inside utility,
can be totally free of fear. Howl 1M ncommelL4a.tSoza of llIq bination kitchen, colored tile bath, porch, carport. Move right in.
first put your faith M snttla. b himself. His own secret of bap.pinnesa utility, porch, extra closets, jalou terms on balance. EZ
f yeur life. Know this: It Is .... "fear not only be- tied windows, 2 blocks to Lovely location
possible to lire completely without .> ion '") You will be then la the schools. new near every thing. Call now for appointment .
fear because It Is possible right frame of mind and spirit to\ No closing costs. No qualifying you'll love this.

'T" to filters right at all eoorageoTuly...'..' and Intelligently, I move right in. Pay balance
EZ terms. Co sea

--. 1751 N.W. 151st St $495 DOWN
Open Sunday 2 to 5 for your in West Hollywood

TV SICK ? 1-petition.. .. J.'tI\oe.All are" welcome see this One year new CBS, 2 bedroom- CBS liv

ing room, combination kitchen,

N.W. 55th ST. AREA tile bath, tile roof closets, utility
P.- I Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m Truly a "lush" home, 2 large bedrooms on large No 60x130 lot No closing

huge living*room, oversized costs. qualifying Move right in.
SAME DAY SERVICE dining room, 2 tiled baths, jalou- terms less than rent Look.

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS sled Florida room, mammoth kitchen .
with double sink. Enclosed $495

; Picture Tube'Speca' shutters garage plus part furnished carport, hurricane on largo Lovely CARVER! 2 RANCH DOWN: NEW CBS ICtu
bedroom, tile bath >
corner lot Priced below market living
I 174wc1422.95$29.91 room, combination
value at $20,000. Reasonable closets,
LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN terms may be arranged. If you carport doting, utility, on large lot No
want the best this fa,It. See costs. See this.
Converters For Channel 17.-$ .so ..
Used 17-Inch TV-Good condition $39.95 C.sh1Jvi4 Fsr'YHr Later Acres

RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it m for quick serous .



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