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Publication Date: January 3, 1959
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Cuban-
Miami celebrating*the overthrow Carl 'E.' )Johnson, '51, was I

of President Fulgendo DatiitaBatfrta killed at 7:30 Saturday as he
who Is part Negro,',fled ran across NW 63rd st. at 17th .

fn erl'* "* in the Dominican' Republic I'ave. to catch a Liberty City Jitney Gantt Sparkles as Okla. Tops Syra ,

henchmen, HI1' new family to, and various military:parts "

of America. The group that The car which hit him was Fullback Prentice Gautt, first ha'f minutes gone in the game Jeter- apd Wil-(Ie Fleming put on
landed at Miami International being pushed. Negro to play for Oklahoma when he sped 42 yards down an offensive show for the 98,297
Airport had to be protected by The driver of the first car showed Orange Bowl fans what the south (sideline to score thn fans. Jeter scored! a record 81-

well-armed police who hustled which While Jr.l had 24 stalled, 1527, NW was 58th Joseph st they've been mlsslrg Thursday first six pOints. The play was a yard touchdown and piled up a",...,.,':"
thorn out'of reach or mob'of' when he put on a dazzling offensive beauty with the quarterbfr'k record 194 yards rushing. Flem "
Police Officer E. E. Bergqulst
3,000 threatening C baill'. and defensive show ID faking a pltchout and handofff ing turned in touchdown runs of
said would be filed .
charges
Looting and pU'aging mobs until ao the brakes were tested and leading the powerful Sooners to before pitching out to Oautt. 37 and 7 yards.Minister . .. r

swept thru the streets of Havana an autopsy performed.A a 21.6 victory over*., a suprtsingY Defensive play of Oautt (Qott) I :...:
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as law and order disappeared good Syracuse who isa honor' Push '1'.<':'
bolloigy major and to
business places and'stQres were A>\ LANCIA r DIUVKU
student, aJmost overshadowed .f 11'Ii!
Gautt brought the 75.281 fans
smashed! INJURED 4 ". to their feet with only two and a his brilliant running. He threw Polio Shots ", f.,
Carlos Pledra,
schoolteacher .
an
ex
a good block and tackled \
many ..
has been named provis Hurryln"! to this accident viciously.! Alarmed at the big increase: in r',.
tonal president by the military siren \ wailing and red light Syracuse bad two sepia players 'polio among Noroes in Miami, 1','
Junta but rebel leader Fidel f.ashlpg, iFernle Johnson, owner ambulance as it swerved Fullback Art Baker player on Dr E, A. Ward, chairman of the x'Ys: '
Castro refuses to recognize him. of theySouthern Ambulance Co., The ambulance rolled Aver, was a third teamguardJKTEtt heaah and welfare committee '.: >
Former Cuban, President Car an .thfoughW stop' light at NW narrowly missed several other the Greater Miami Urban League
los Prlo, now living In Miami announced 23rd :st. and' r 17 'ave. cars, and threw Johnson to the AND FLEMING STAR. sent the' fol'owing letter to' all
that he would fly to A car' driven by Leonard M. pavrmftnt. His condition was ITT nose HOWL ministers this week;
Cuba to help the rebels form a naldwln, 57, of 3090 NW 48h listed as serious at Jackson Memorial Meanwhile, back in the Rose No doubt. you noted in the
new government. Terr.,' clipped the taU end of the Hospital. Bowl in Pasadena, Calif, Bob t Continued on page 5


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36TH YEAR, NO. 19. 7AMIP FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 rAG .:

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First Negroes' Play in OB Tennis Meet : \.,



Arthur Aehe.Jr. ., 15 from 'Rich' "

mond, Va., reached the semi '
finals in the Orange Bowl Junior .R IL
Tennis Tournament by, defeating to Coach Dodgers at Vero Beach

i Howard Lei ting, 8t Petersburg, ,
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6-1 6.0, Frouty Ludeck, Port ,., ....... .. --...-- -,,:,..
r tf au Prince, '-Haiti 6.2, 6-2; Karl (>s' ,4aius, : : Roy''CampaneMa and confined lo a wheel-chair -
Hedriek. Freeport N.r.7-5: a.c. : will A len Green, Jacksonville, 6.!, uniform' for the next spring Angeles Dodgera at Vero Beach
61. training,1 In' 'lorlda.Do as a coach. Husband. Stabbed to "

acccidentpl! An automobile -, He'll tutor minor league hope
lie lost! to Charles Pasaarell, ; I '' Jan 28 fuls and later will have official
San Juan P.R. 2.6, 633 on ended"itCAmpySi magnificent 10yeartJtiajortJetgue status as assistant supervisor of

Wednesday. f career. scouting In the East Death Wife Held Pf

Horace "Red" Cunningham, 'AltbpU&eh ,i.Ull partly paralyzedwon In making tho announcement ; : '<
Tuesday Dodger Vice PresidentE. _
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I first round match defeating won Da. JJJtr:} J. nuzzle Bavasl said: Thomas Mimi, 29, Of' 1456VW is nflwr being heldn| preliminary'1:':; ""It
I vid Weisman of Orlando:' 6.1. a of ,boys' tournament "Campy's going to be a big 61st street, was stabbed to hearing Into thn Ullllnjc$ the I
6.2, but lost to Chuck McKinley during the summer whenhe help to us at Vero Beach, His death in an altercation rhlcrt/ date of which will be announced -
I St. Louis, Mo., seeded in this aad|(;Other students under Dr.Johnstfo vast knowledge of catching technique occurred about 2 o'clock last later, -t'.r 'I.t, :' ,I'ri'f"!\ '
top I \'
j front on the tourney and his knowledge of bat Friday afternoon at 1890 NW '
I I tournament and nationally rated c1rcul\\, ter,' weaknesses in the National 62nd at., according to the Horn!. Police said Mime w'I"ta.bbed ., '
No. 2 in Juniors, 6,1. 62. Ash .and Cunningham, whomDr League will certainly come in clde Bureau of the Miami Police In his neck and died at the 1 ,)*

I Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Moore, ;4frn '\ described as his handy Dept. scene of the accident,
I 1950 NW 67th st., were hosts to tltWQ'no stadents," came to "It's a wonderful opportunIty Police arrested Mrs Emma: Mlmi' body hj, ( bin re'eased ; ""q, '
1 the players, entertaining them Mia nil! JJfftch,. early to practice ," said Campanella at his Lee Lewis Mime, the common to the Frnncli Funeral Home '
I and seeing that they were present for t'be1 il petition Olen Cove, NY home As long law wife of Mimi for investigation where arriingomonti: are J Jncom- *

I for each match' on time. Dr. Ira t'll of first degree murder plete. 'I' I.
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I P.\ Davis was contact man inrMI- shortly after tho Incident Mrs Mlms Is also survived by his. .
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I ami. ; Mimi wa. later formally charged mother Mrs Adeline Ohms and, :V I'"
: IM9CRS PLAN DIMES DRIVE with first degree murder and several other \
I relative.,1
The two are proteges of Dr. R. ._ "
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B Walter: Johnson Lynchburg Va .I. I I. I I I.. I
I physician and first vice president r ., l1 J e '::1
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I Association.! pr Despondent is '
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I Dr. Johnson came down to seethe { :
I 'ast two of and : '
days play .
I so Impressed was Edward Kerr ; ; ; .,
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Shotgun
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that he has made Dr. : ''r. ,' '_' I Johnson promise.! _to> comeK.back ,'.: '\ ;{,:' ,
I next year and bring more play '.,. ".t. '
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I ers Apparently despondent over :"ensed to the Range Funeral ? .
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,: some matter which is still not Home where funeral arrange" ,,.'
I Ashe \ !" known by police, Cliff Mangum meets ' f
and Cunningham are i"1''Z': ''J: ; are incomplete at thistime. ,' :
I the first Negroes to participate ii''k; /\ ,1 46, of 2325 NW 48th Terr., apt. ,. ,,,. .' ;'.J!;
B In a' U.S. Lawn Tennis Association / . 4. Brownsville, shot himself In Mangum Is alto survived by :3 /;'f,4 1
I 'sanctioned tournament In "". J the neck with a 20 gauge shot children and several) other rela 4 .1\\
I thj South :. :. gun, about 10 o'clock Christmas tlves.
Dry Johnson said. : ::. : "1i, .1
.' j ; ... morning at his home. Mangum'i Funeral services will! be held .
Ashe a 16-year.old sophomore I" /,C ,_,,; r. ,-',,.,:-i<. ; shoulder was practically blown : on Saturday, Jan 3 at 4 p.m. ,;
I at Maggie Walker High School "' '!; ; I' off by the fierce Impact of the at the chapel 1 of the Range Fun-
,
I in Richmond 'has ben seeded F 1 it i ;i'',:: I M= !(' /II shot and he died almost Instant- ; oral! Home with the Rev. Jo). "
I fourth in the competition for y nLcdere : Richardson
, pastor of Antioch i I
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I those 18 and under.Cunnlnltham. r"f Metro Deputy Sheriffs, who Baptist Church of Brownsville, '
I i ., conducted an Investigation At officiating.. '
I 18, .U a senior at '" " .J
' Mangum'i home, shortly after
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1 Dunbar High School. He played . ; :
he Incident the riled that Man. .
I in the Nationals at Forest Hills r urn was despondent and extremely AS EASTERN AIRLINE (

I last summer. He was not seeded worried over something STRIKE ENDS . .
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I In the Orange Bowl event. ,1f.\ .;'. which he had done many years It '

I The tournament la a part of ago. The investigation disclosed MIAMI LOOKS .
I the Orange Jowl; program which of thre t major omatatlosa> are shown planning tot that Mangum wan home with his FOR RECORD ,.
| featured the OkUmoma-Syracuse tie 1S59 Mare of Dime campaign! against poU arthritis and wife Rebertla, and suddenly h.
I football ram on New Year's .,birth defects. Eric DeFreitavrico president of the Z aUouJ Bowi4 picked up a shotgun, placed. the SEASON '
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I ,Day. lag Association; Homer E. GaInes, grand master of Prince IUU barrel to his peck and. polled the .1 t. i: I
I **' .'' Masons Michigan sad Dr. F. DVratterson.president of the National trigger. Mtamlans had good reason to ',
I It Is attracting about 300, entries Bnslnes Lane, synbollxo national leaders who have endorsed Mangum's body bas been NoI with each other a Happy New -
I from 15 countries. The National FOu 4aUOD'. attack on arthritis and birth I I Tear Thursday as the 39.day
defects In addition to polio. They urge Jon and your orfanixatloni I Eastern Airline strike CAme toan ,
I Ashe.* fifth ranked nationally to give of your service and dollars to the 1959 Much of Dana. as I'm close to the game. I"JD-:4 end and cleared the way for '. .

I In the boys' division. \. byUSLTA, The campaign" hew Jan. 2. .. ,.._ .--- happy" ....:.: '" Continued on.:: page ,8,,"*Jif. "f/*i: , I





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ANNUAL REPORT SAYS . ., meat and often more than en
MAMI TIMES -'The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE ACLU couragement of at least nonsectarian
religious "
2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 3 1959 morality.

New Congress Less WRITERS AND

1 K M nK ( ARTISTS TO MEETIN

> V Dangerous to Free Speech ROME .

ROME, Italy (ANP-The)
Second Conference of
New York, N.Y The new Negro
Writers and Artists
will
I be held
Congress' was appraised today report said. here, March 28-Aprll 2, 1959, it
by the American Civil Liberties In the area of religious freedom announced
Union as "promising far less I the Union felt that "the I!I was members of the .Society Monday.of No Afri a-
!'T I It danger; to free speech and due free exercise by individual citizens : can Culture may attend as ob
process than the old, perhapseven continues to encounter relatively -i I servers.
"
: some positive gains. But little difficulty." But It
. r .6 the civil liberties organization warned that problems arising Literature, arts, human and
j4 offered Its: optimism guardedly.In from the First Amendment prohibition political sciences and techniques
y'' Us 38th annual report released against "establishment"of will be main topics of discussion
j 4 ) today, the ACLU opined religion: are growing apace. during the conference.The .
I : there was "a reasonable proba- Speclfical cited were the
y4 bilitv" that the 86th Congresswou Roman Catholic desire for public preparatory committee
4 'd act to curb filibustering, subsidy of parochial' schoolsor secretariat inc.udes Louis Mare.
which b'ocks a final vote on the exemption of Catholic parents Port-'au-Prince, Haiti; John
controversial legislation. But from public school taxation Davis, USA; John lo'ness, Lon
while the Union pointed out and the Protestant desirefor don; Davidson Nicol, Cambridge,
that It "can Justlficably feel a bit "public school encourage England.RUPTURED.
: uplifted about the temper of the
t'mes," It characterized the ' S
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nntl-filibuster move as only a ,
p "preliminary" step In the drive
ikrwpwpt
N Y for much-needed broader civil You can be FRED from TRUSS SLAVERY. New Non,Surgical,
fl l, rights legislation. '
,4r4 s Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TIME
4
< In his Introduction to the report '
ACLU executive director Piles Rectal Dlsoaae DR. LONG'S CLINIC
Patrick Murphy MaHn: asserted
that the Improved civil libertiescMmate S S A General Health Service
was noted "even before: Reducing 21 S.W. 18th Ave. PR 2748'
the elections* (when) Congresshad 0' ... .

negative aide, the cause ,. ,.,. .... .._ .
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of civil liberties by not passinga ,_.......;
4t parcel' of restrictive bills"
mainly were designed to reduce Vi's GUEST HOtJSE;

"Help yourself" sauces for waffles are the modern the Supreme the law. Court's, power before I REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMS

look in entertaining, and its easy on the hostess, too. "This happy outcome," Malln By Day to Week. ,
Whether it's '''waffles "from scratch," the prepared mixesor 1 continued, "wa due In greatpart Efficiency Privileges Mr*. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.

the frozen variety, the "help ,yourself" can also ''com- to the parliamentary genius Phone OX 1-5343' -- FR 9-9359
bine the "do it yourself" by letting guests make with the of Senator Lyndon Johnson who 6393 NW.17th AvenueAuto
was doubtless! somewhat moti
baking. For the treats in toppers, try a cranberrypineapple ; vated by party and personal considerations
syrup, a maple coffee sauce, a maple orange raisin but not even he
syrup, ,or just sprinkle ground boiled ham over the batter could have prevailed without
before cooking, or use partially cooked bacon. There are some principled help from both
sides of the aisle . "
the will for. ANP.
"go
that guests -
so many .ways
The Union's report, entitled
"Constitutional Liberty: The
Past is Prologue," lauded the Liability
courage of the Supreme Court,
Bishop Greene Calls stating that it was "undauntedby
the' bills aimed at it or the
narrow margin of their defeat." Insurance
The Union! praised the high court
not only for standing firm on Its
-Confab school desegregation decision, At the request of many of our customers, we are
but for "having gone on' to dolt pleased to announce the opening of our Office No. 2

The Statewide 'Panning liberties.job" in a broad area of civil for resident of the Opa Lock*"area. Office. is locatedin

I Conference of the 11th Episcopal the . .
Harry' Golden to The general trend of academic
of the African
District
Episcopal Church, Address Tuskegee freedom appears to be "heading 27th AVENUE; FARMERS: MARKETBooth
Methodist "
upward, the report noted. ButIt
Bishop S. L. Greene, A.M., D.D., Civic Ass'n saw "anticipatory self-restraint No. 17. We will be open at this new office
LLD., Presiding Bishop, will be still cutting the main nerve of '
Tuskegee Institute (ANP- academic 7 day a week. Business as usual at our main office
held beginning Wednesday Harry Golden, editor, author schools freedom and colleges in a "numberof Many I at 645 N.W. 3Gth St eet. ,Policies start aa low. ,n.
morning at 10 o'clock, January and humorist, will be the main teachers In Southern Institution $39.30 cash or $12.00 down.
14, In the Lee Auditorium, Ed. speaker Wednesday' evening, are' "running into bad external: I
ward Waters College. Dec 31, when the Tuskegee CivIc trouble," |the report continued,I SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
Association holds Its 77th mass when they express agreement -
Bishop H. T. PrImm, presiding meeting. with the Supreme Court" And
of the Tenth Episcopal Golden, who is editor-publish the
bishop growing demand for public Auto Liability>> insurance For Everyone
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District, will deliver the keynote or, Caro ina Israelite: Charlotte, funds on all levels bring with it
message for the conferenceThe N.C., Is author of, the present the threat of legislative Interference Pay as You Ride
services will continue for best seller, "Only America.:" with academic freedomin .
the afternoon and will begin The program will be held all parts 'of the country, the '- p
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promptly at 3 o'clock The Pre jointly with the annual watch I -
siding E der, pastors, missionary night services, at Greenwood an 7m
workers, ACE League and<; Sunday Missionary Baptist Church. The JK2U
School workers from all over TCA program Is from 10 to 11;
Florida are urged and expectedto and the watch- night services, Now Appearing Nitely
be in attendance upon this sponsored by the Tuskegee Ministerial
all important planning Confer association, will begin at IN THESTARLIGHT
ence. 11 and continue past midnight

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UNDER COACH "BILLY" NICKS . WELTER CHAMP THE MIAMI TIMES 'The People. Newspaper"

CLEARED ON SATURDAY, JA1NUARY 3, 1959 PAGE 3

Prairie View Grid Team DOPE CHARGE
declined to Issue'a complaint Police laid they found a
, .LOS ANGELES World : against the newly-crowned 147 smouldering marijuana clgaret I
Welterweight Champion Don: on the car's back seat
.I pound champ, who was arrested . .
Jordan cleared Monday La - ---
Has was "
Outstanding Record Sunday in with four oth -
narcotics The district possession attorney's case. office ers."HOMESEWER a car I: Drive Carefully! H

PRAIRIE VIEW. Tex.r I
(ANP) The close of the 1958
football season is a marker on NAME 7 TANGRIDDERS RATES HIGH IN FASHION I
the career of W. J unUl ?'
Nicks, head football coach at TO ALL-
Prairie View A and M College. A I b1 EVELYN CUNNINGHAM I gloves and purses or leaving, ;
look backward over a period of SERVICE TEAM off all make-up as some'of
10 seasons, to 1949, 'reveals a the current crop of movie)
record in football that has been I
do.This is for"charac*
stars
achieved by few. CHICAGO (ANP) Seven >
former tan college stars were ters" and not for the vast)
FIELD S CHAMPIONSHIP among those picked on All-Ser. majority of women who wane''

TEAMS vice football teams announcedlast ,to 'be admired, ', smartly
Coach Nicks became head week by the three service dressed and as [ ineipenslvely -;
coach at Prairie View in 1949 newspapers The Army Navyad as possible. I
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and set himself to the task of Air Force Times.
fie'dlng a topflight team in the Named on the Air Force 11 A feat In! high-style Is? \.
Southwest Athletic Conference was Joe Barbee, a tackle for accomplished in these two ;
His record (from 1949 to 1958)) Lockburne AFB and a former dresses made by McCall's 1
reveals that he has succeeded in Kent State (Ohio) star. ,
that endeavor. "Easy to Sew" Printed
Nick's Panthers were Confer Three were picked on the Patterns. The gently fitted
,
Army unit. They were John the
ence Champions in 1951 -52-53 one-piece dress .with
64 and 58. The Panthers finished Henry Lewis, an ex-Michigan Empire line (McCall's Pattern -
second In the conference In'' Stater, at end; Earl Vincent, 4744)) has simple, femInine !*
who performed for Iowa, at one
1950 -55-56 and 57. Ills 10th lines that are just as
halfback, and Eddlo Crook, for ,.
year as hrad coach was all but N
\ flattering to a teen-ager as
mer West Virginia State star, at
a perfect season. The Panthers the other halfback. k : ua. :c to a mld Je-lger.
have won 9, tied on and have
All-service selections includedJim "
Lost none. Prairie View is rec.ognlzed Made here in a beige,
Robinson, former Flsk star
as 1958 National Negro' lightweight wool, it is equally -
at end and Harry Jefferson, the
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Champions. Nicks' team won the halfback of Illinois effective in a silk print,
same honor' In 1953 and In 1954, faille, cotton' or jersey.
The Panthers have not lost
a
Wonderfully versatile, this
JEWISH APPEAL
homecoming game In the last
eight years: Since 1950 the Panthers dress goes to work, goes to
have played in Bowl games I SET AT TWOMILLION d ,,C a luncheon'or goes to a date.

and have won six, lost one and DOLLARSA ,I ;'.k. ''" s And In each Instance it's
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tied two. .' /'right.

Coach Nicks: coached at Morris record goal of two million n;. .
Brown College, Atlanta, Ga, be dollars has been set for the 1959 \ r The other dress,"lust as'
fore Joining the staff at Prairie Combined Jewish Appeal to be HSOPIUTICATED..YE1' 'simple but a bit mOle ..ophlaJ J
View. His record there was 65 'aunched here on January 7th, It ticated, features bslc lines
wins, 13 ties and 21 losses.' In has been announced by Jack e\ that permit the wearer to
1941 he won conference and Carner, General! Campaign move the waistline up,down ,
national
championships when his chairman
or wherever she wants It';
team won 10 and lost none. The major welfare drive In (McCall's Pattern 4655).\
Nicks' life time record as head 4Iuy>port of 66 worldwide causes /
coach, indicates 134 games won will be seeking the highest quo Here the wide slightly/
against 45 games lost with 18 ta in the 21-year history of the crushed belt is placed above
games tied.' The 1958 national local campaign effort. the natural waistline, giving

champion Hanthers have one I I Kick-off will take place at a ;,- ___m_,_ a definite feeling of the,
more game to I play this season i community wide CJA Assembly In VERSATILE.SMAYr..CHIC.! .. BASIC popular raised waistline,,
The Panthers meet Langston U. the Miami Beach Auditorium on for the home sewer..the gorenrwber ...this smart dress feats,.. a silhouette. The Belt may'be
of Oklahoma in the 31st annual January 7, 8:15: p.m. with 3,000 dress with the wide, slightly crushed belt to lowered to, ,any point whlcbplea.e. I
Prairie View bowl game In Peppesen volunteers and campaign leaders raised wal.lla0... oEpolar give the -look of the" popvlar. '
gently .
the
Stadium, Houston, Tex., in the audience. lot Ibis MSSOB'S .ULoMtt....hls>riM .tUa.. wearer roost, or
Jan. 1, 1959. A victory on this Leon Uris, whose novel about Make It with McCall') It's) pretty In silk, abler wool It may be, left off completely,)
date will mark the fourth time Israel "Exodus" Is high on the Pattern f4744. M..... Sixes sad many! of the otto popular giving the dress a more
Nicks has presented the nation best sellers list, will come -to ,110-18. SO*. Misses fabrics.Bice.10.18.604.HeCall's. ) Pattern 4655. casual air. The easyto-wea4collar ))
with undefeated ball, teams Miami Beach to headline the and neckline can bold'

Assembly program. One of the nicest 11* shine her neighbor,. wearing t its own without any adorn1
.
Speaker will be lion. Barnett
AHC1IIE paid ment or it be played )
MOOIIE BURNS; Janner, noted British statesmanand 'mentf that can be a an elaborate green chantllly may up)
with a string of pearl. or a
la "she never over lace number. The relative
member of Parliament. woman >?
Not Named 'Fighter More than half of the anticipated dresses." Tb!. observation costa of the two garments necklace matching the dressy

two million dollars in carries with It the asiump-* hadn't entered Into It at all.! This is made of red crepe,

Of The Year 1969 will be earmarked for the ..non that she Is weU-dte"e
Keenly' disappointed Light United! Jewish Appeal which hat .J 1 overdressed attire had \ appeared more color, It would be Interest-1
note;
already helped one million refu Being 'comfortable and relaxed and In tweed
Heavyetght Champion Archie conflict Ins with a contrast-
Moore said he "could not believe declared gees since in Israel's 1948. statehood was 'onljr' accessories mews wearing or too many therefore conveyed a feeling belt, or oo belt;' or a ..haaor } '
it" when he read Sweden'sIngemar ping of '. well-bein $confidenceand "*
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Johansson! had been 1 (of them, but It also suggests, first-rat chicf ,}: / ",. '",,, .a prne.t, ,
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named fighter of the year by 1 that, a dress hat unnecessaryr.nouncs. } )Weekly' PaehloaTSewIng
Ring Magazine. berfoce campus. The fire last LdrqpefJLofj 'OfV th' i? '
cowaej;,{ YoJ TIpt, ar Don't guess at the
"Fleischer also deliberately week gutted the central portion | . point In carrying the dreaa'] yardage* required for your I
of the men's dormitory, It start
behind insulted me Ray when Robinson he ranked," Moore me ed on the first floor In the cen Time and .d&D.-qp&r I *1 -"simple1 ..., too are..c The back}of your \

added. "If the contest I made ter of the building and quickly woman In a good 'ole baslej ,far,'( like eliminating I all icCall'a Pattern fetateajk

again Yvon Durelle didn't earn sprtad! to the penthouse and ((blacker !..mansgcditojopfjRejected ., J u !l'JL ,J. Sdearl .ltdslmpyf I
me the award, nothing, I can damaged the rear of the build. I
ing and the roof. ...._. .
ever hope to do will win it for -- -
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Courtesy Baa tarries Miami 30, Florida \.
''ANOTHER': FIRE

SWEEPS 'FORCEDORMITORY Automobile" InsuranceIf COLEMAN'SGULF

other companies don't want it, we can place It.' SERVICE STATIONSWASH

Wllberforce, Ohio (ANP Our excellent Insurance facilities permit ua to place POLISH WAX TIRI RIPAIRINQ

-When flames raced through this type of business, so phone us if you can't place it. ROAD SERVIOI GAS OIL AND LUBRICATION' I
Emory Hall last Tuesday, the RIPAIRJNQ
IXPIRT AUTO
46-year-old men's dormitory at Federal, Insurance Agency tj
WKberforce: university, it made '''
276 N. W. Filth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Arena :
home'ees more' than 120 men,
... and destroyed $100,000 worth of CHARLES J. PISTORINO, Agent PHONI FR 1-011* PHONE PR 4.IICK .
property, not including the 213 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone FR3-8146 PR t-MS7

books and personal belongingsof .
the students
Dr. Rembert Stokes presidentof
the University, said the complete *
loss will not be known until MIDWAY
the students have had an op PARK
portunity to take inventory of STAR MEAT MARKET

their money.personal belongings and DRUG STORE '



SHELTER However, PROVIDED before the studentswere 1520 N.W. 62nd Street 2206 N.W. 62nd Street

released for the Christmas (OPPOSITE CONSUMERS)
holidays the homeless had all
Ac rY
been placed in temporary homes. THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE ,PRESCRIPTIONS
When classes resume Jan. 5, all
students will be housed F. Isa USE OUR
bel Askew, dean of students announced ,
Thursday.Nrr Layaway For Christmas Gifts

FIRST FIRE Fresh Meat Low Prices Free Drawing on Lionel Train Set

The dean pointed out that this MONEY ORDERS PHONE NE 5-3022
fire though disastrous was not itY
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JANUARY 3 1959 .
II :;i'j" 'I : i JESCA:Club Neva

JUST BROWS/ :'f ;:i "*''if, 'you?are' a- young,Ya .!ult;;|be,

,tween the ages' of 19:, end 80
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single: or married and interested

PAUL, R. HENRY in a social club consisting of

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I people. of your own age level,
-- - -- Your Browser wishes tor you, If you don't value your}'life, ,4, 'with "problems: that are slml'ar!'

the old, old wlah-A HAPPY have some consideration for ..thlives a 'ur own, then the Young
,
TEMPOItA MUTANTUK' KT NOS MUTAMUU IX KLLIBTlie NEW YEAR! of other people. or<. Adult l ,Club of the James E. Scott
Times. Are Changed, And We. Are Changed With Them" .'il: Go ) u'nlty Association' may interest .

Office--, at 1112 N.W. Third Ave.- -, Miami- -- Florida Phone FIt 3-=3t1 At this writing there is a real Last:- Eastern Airline! .trikt! 1 you. This group meets
Plant at 0740 N.\'.. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0-121' civil( war going on in our neighbor is over. Batista has quit.Cuba. He every Monday night at the Liberty
_. *, country, Cuba. The rebelsare has had enough of the flgtlng.. Square Auditorium: 6304N.W
-- -
-- getting ; and and kil' ink.Only 14th ave from 8 p.m. Dur-
Entered stronger
re
as Second Class Matter, August 0, :1027, at the Post pfflce ing ,this ,time the members
ports that President Batista may
,at Miami, .Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 are ''" .-
is "oslng some of his soldiers to ': partake In such games ': as ping
' them. It's too bad the New Son HonoredMr. pong cards 01 dance to records,
H. M. S1GISMUND REEVES Editor I
/ Year will find Cuba divided. In also participate' In dl' "unslonsof
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor and Dullness ,
Manager ,
war both sides suffer. and Mrs. Ulysses Williams, thelr own choice' watch mo I
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SUBSCRIPTION HATES: 1898 NW 58th St., ,FLoraV ,Park; "es.of 'Aftterant 'crarts. t\f' fnn- I
ONE .YEAR $".00' SIX MONTHS $2.50 THREE MONTHS $t.l50 A peaceable war goes 'on between honored their only 'son,, ,.Bernard: ..cerning : Child: behavior.'Thls' indeed I
the airlines and the fs a social! and cultural
"CREDO OP TIlE NEGRO PRESS" unions. The National' Mediation. rY ,:group that la I ,fulfilling; a', definite" I
!
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world Board Is trying to bring tha w need ':in our community. So
from racial. and national antagonisms when it accords to ,every man strike to an end. It has cost Miami ,'It you are an "adult and you. are
regardless of 'race: color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating millions: and millions of dol Interested' in this club; or you
lars, but it goes on. J no man, fearing no man-the Negro: Press strives to help every man
'In the finn belfef that all men are hurt as long a* anyone Is held interested in this type. pf ,club,
hack. / In New York where the paper come to the Liberty Square

_--T-. delivery .folk struck for 20 days Auditorium Monday Jan, 5, ot
Member of' the National Newspaper Publishers Association crippling the dallies, the pressesare IN'S call the James E. Scott Community '

Member of the Associated Negro Press again running and New Association's office at PLaza
Yorkers can again read the NY 8.4792 for further information.
., '.: ". Times, Herald, Daily News and rir '
I. YE.EDITOR'S, NOTEBOOK Mirror. TEENAGE FUN< NITE

f , The James E. Scott Community
1959 The Christmas business rush r Association will reopen it's Teenage .

Another year has ended. We thank God for all that are Is over und now the big stores ,Fun Nite Tuesday Jan. C,
it has brought of insights advertising sales and some at the Liberty Square Auditorium
new opportunities for
new use- t\.r\ <* bargains, so we observe
fulnes[ and new friends. We also recall in gratitude the who didn't spend It a'l on Christmas many ,''i fair: 6304 which ffW Is 14th designed, av". 'this; af

familfllo've of family .and friends. Many have slipped taking! advantage of them. the, teenagers, of our community to give

away fr6m us during the past year and who knows what clean, wholesome fun under
the toll will beduring this new year? .: A. n White isle trying to rood:' 'supervision every Tuesdayat

At-; th sail e it is ,customary to makw resolutions, and I I wa hrlp: : the"Indian he'pless Affairs Indians.officials He 7:3Q. p.m. Dancing, ping

nerhansaMiislef Us have done so. We are going to break I from here<< to Washington end.I I .A.LGbIi/If pong games, checkers are featured.For and. many other

most of tnem, but the tact that we nave made them, especially I no-red a "dirty deal" -for Seminole i. Tol.lver, with a surprise. birth "

: iFthey< were, made in earnest, is a good thing. Indians. The matter con day party on New Year's Day, the convenience of the
JVwpirTfieNetv I corns a dear for the lease of 62 Jan 1. Bernard* a, student at participants, the snack, bar wll';
:" Year finds the world still in a topsy-turvy acres of :and. Booker T. Washington high be opened if you get hungry or

condition. There is war in some icountries, and there school, and member of the thirsty; All teenagers are invit
is three Jtf? War in others. State Insurance Commissioner Tornadoes football oquad had ed:..to come out every Tuesday
T
E. Larscon will hold a hearing as his guests, members of the night and Join the ,fun Admission
Labor and Capital continue
battle.
to There
are on auto
insurance rates which are team and their guests, studentsof is free.
strikes and threatened strikes. Most of them seem to us already too high on Jan. 19 at BTW's 11B3 homeroom class 1-
unnecessary. What must be settled with strikes could have 10 a.m. and a few close friends of the

been settled''without strikes. But this is the way the honoree. Several timely:;' gift, .
modern world settles its affairs. Attentionfifteenth: l aye, tho were presented to Tolllver 'dur

The Q brains in the world concerned with satel' principal!8Ps in thoroughfare Liberty City, for Is a buslnc dls- ing hilarity an ,Occasion. ; ,of. muchJfunhand. -

lites andrTm&iles. Man wants to know what's Tac3 to the "
going -
into outer'' he tries on, business Intelligence of the! .._..___._.._:_.._._________.___._._____! L f_.'. ). : Iun
so to n
space, Jo go or around the, moon.. community. It should 1 In
,
Maybe he. wilKsome day. Maybe, he will not. be widened, or rather, paved. It ;f i
.. ::8 wide enough, but STOP'WORRYING 'I
Hf paving !> |
ihould dh $i611Wherefore
( be from .
sidewalk
() to sidewalk
Pplein1Africa? and other parts of the world whose and I :
hoses:
tilled
freedorrthbeen with stone Let me help you .,.aolyeyour. ,\ take unto you
curtailed or taken from them are de- nd macadamized Every time the whole
it armor of God that
problems. See
me. and i ,
termined alns
to regain that these holes
freedpm and become
some progress has danger. be able
you to
been made.., ous, in fact, they. are dangerous, be convinced you can be : In may withstand
-' I the evil dayr and
having
ain
or not. helped Come
In write
our United States segregation looms as one'of the What this or done all, to stand.-(Ephe'stana -
most important issues of the'day.. The Supreme Court decision derstand Is the Browser constant can't filling un phone STevenson 70275. 6:13.)
of
of 1954 outlawing segregation in public schools is holes With a lltttA hnotr! turf I Why should we try tp go it

still .being .disobeyed_ and fought by- Southerners on one after rains. The next- good rain; ; Lees Publishing Co. 'j alone,, humanly weak as we

nana, ana the national Association 'for the Advancement washes it out and the holes are 042 N 17 Street care, when God's love, His
of Colored People the other. perhaps bigger ,
on guidance and
Why don't Philadelphia 30, Pa. power are Ours
Locally during 1958 in you business men i for the
spite
of some unfavorable Jet together and (to asking through
conditions, and you will meet them anywhere you go, Ne- ommisslon. You talk certainly the city ................................................ prayer? He is ever present
groes; have made some progress. If you :take a retrospective taxes. Don't be satisfied with pay i I > and-willing; when we le{ out

glance at living conditions a few years ago, and com- just anything. ---- -....... ...........- --- -..-.. foolish pride and self-center-
Iednea.e
pare them with present conditions cat us off from Him,
must with
you agree ,
Drive
us that we are moving forward, step by step. Angeles,Roy Campanella popular; Los Carefully!' we deprive ourselves need

We used to wonder where we. would live, seeing that was Injured Dodgers in a January catcher, 1958 who ......... ..- ......... ..... --- lesslg of strength and; help.,. I

we were hemmed in on the north by 21st street; on the automobile accident and still:

south by 6% street, on the east by the railroad and on the: lives most of the time in a wheel ,_. _. _-. .. - .
west by 7th 'ave Today chair will come to Flpridaj
we own' and occupy hbmfcs from lot .
10th ave. and 54th all the way back to 27th avand be training a coach.with the That's club. Roy will BANK NOTES ti (t.-; -.,. '. '. .--. brMslcolmpsn '
also ,in real good
Edison
Center from 7th ave.' to 27th. Many of these laws for Roy and his millions \

homes The are not all paid'/or' but most of them will be. 'f admirers ., ., ,[ YOU KNOW.. ;

,many new ,apartments, although some of them "
are far from what they ought to be must be considered Gevernor-elect John Patterson
0
an improvement over the old three-room will not allow Negro bands from 1MB OUCST, :K MM*COT
shacks. col.ege; or high schools to ON WSPER HW WRmtM M1CNOON 00
Other sections in Greater Miami have also made im pats In his Inaugural parade.parti- CM' MARCH 14,1664.. ... f
provements. No sir! Sounds too much like In (1Wl.) tN"W' 94.1UfolI

During the year we have secured a home for the tegration, to Alabama's chief M.warns t UM M .
'.ncutlve. "IHImW \
James E. Scott
Community Association tro
and also
a home TusUegee c spy r
for the Carver Branch of the Young Men's Christian As tthr pub Ic Institute school bands band have and ..t.8Z..DNroN
sociation. i yule aMaewaottO4. :
'ways paraded In the Inaugural \' ais
We mention these facts not to give the impression Tradition In this case, must beast WtH t
that we are satisfied with conditions, but to show some to the winds.Don't E )

progress. There is much to be desired and as we enter the ..

New Year, we must put our shoulders to the wheel and homestead forget exemption.to file for Assessor your AIT 81&I% AW
push forward, one for all, and all for one. Tohn Gautier Is making it easier It1RWU qrSl '
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To everyone who has helped in anyway to secure this year by assigning deputies rMIA A'\QIoI6.w.a __

these improvements goes congratulations. it convenient: places throughoutthe lOCAL e 't HQ .

And now.I;we wish for one and all, a Prosperous New county. If you are alreadyon ,SRRI't."", Year I I"Gunman's the exemption file your renewals
can be mailed.
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New applicants must showdeeds f
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or deposits receipts properly
Walk"The Spiritual Help? notarized. "
; Robert Hicks, 3225 NW '46th
ClnemaScape-Technlcolori Get out of Christmas debt. 3t., driver of a truck loaded with :!,

i drama at .the ..Capitol Theatre What are your hlndance a i bread for k t. Pierce was held fort ; rI
Columbia Plctufrs 8 "Gunman's running a red light and causing ,
Walk," getS its'jt' e+from an old life with problems? Flnanehl an accident. Two visitors ann
West adage: "the middle of the need or love or domestic problems ; : and his wife from Staten I i

street is wber) .giMmen walk If you want real satisfaction Tq.and!: N. Y. were killed in the
and die" *''Story ot a mad-dog phone now HE 18030. Ex- rash at 22nd Ave. Opa Lo ka,
kl'ler "ouJ} "n'8 ,,Walk" stars p'aln your problems and success on Tuesday night. 1-
Van Heflln'antr Tib Hunter and is yours in 24 hours. Bishop
co-etars Kathryn Grant and Baker Cleveland, Ohio. Resuccess.r al Drive carefully. Don't run -.v@16/bwYoax uS Ii M1J I.J.JNOSDM

james. Darren. .... .;,,' ;. ... REI LIGHTS AND STOP? SIGNS. > ,t ,- lo KEBV6*: em:A HafRJI.fvccwo;OCOOJST:: ROM:OH AIOOVL 1HIN -b-eE-(BVMK.P.fGE y.


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High School, Norfolk,' '
r. n -xed two important honors Minister to Push! I :

'at week. In addition .to winn .
ng the Virginia football high Polio Shots I
? "'"001 chompjonshlp, via an undefeated Continued from page 1
8.0.1 route, the "Fight-1:
Ins Bookers" edged Norcom High I wpapers that, the cnpja of Smiles wrt>at.> thu faces ol (lift n Auckland: New Zealand.They study at the hospttatf, they hop'
School of Portsmouth 6.0 to earn polio In '58 was out of proportion these. happy nurses after recoiv are among more than 165 to State Registered
qualify as
the title of "outstanding as far as Negroes in the popula lag their proficiency prizes at the nurses" from al' parts of tho worldat I
water-area team" as TldO'1 tLon in Dade County. Hospital of St. John and St. Elizabeth present taking a course ,of I Nursoa..--ANP. .n'' i/ r.
Norfolk's Gridiron The Health and We'tarA'' Committee In London. From left, are .
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Club. In recognition of Its foot' of the Greater?"Miami Urban Helena Anglin of Bristol, Eng/: -- :-

bir 1 dominance, BTW'; one* of five League would ,like for you land; Angela Cools-Lartigue, of THE MIAMI TiMES"The Peoples Newspaper"' '
to make In the Interest of the I 'I
schools Jamaica, West Indies and Lois "
high In the area, receivedthe SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1959 5Blanche
Alonza P. Gather Memorial health and members of your' con I ( I, mAGE r I

Trophy, which willl be contributfd gregation the following. announcement ,'+-1. I

annually by the Norfolk Coca-' : About 40 skycaps ana approximately __ Tr.... .JJ, . .. M 1.7.I .
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"The Tealth Department (surging I
Cola Bottling Works, Inc. In: ? 150 maintenance men employed ;'1I 1\ "
memory of Its founder: Above, that those "persons tinder Beautiful HomeOn I ,
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40 'shot. Free shots i t.
Darren Sanford, standing second get polio are
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from ;left, .Norfolk Coca'Cola I 1 available at Health Department The First Research Corp. has Large Lot I I
Bottling Works public relations clinics located at 1350 NW 1 Uhst.t estimated the strike's cost to
min makes award to cocaptalnl : 27E45 NW 62nd st. 5708 Florida as close to a million dollars Your lot can be a paymenton
Percy Horton, tackle, and SW 68th st and clinics In Home' a day Eastern's estimated I
)Kenneth Goss, guard, right stead and Goulds. These shots are loss by the strike is figured at this bedroom new ,

while looking on from left ISI aval able any Friday beween 1 $25,000,000 and employeesIdled 1581 'N.W. 56th St.
BTW Coach Albert "Tim" Over,I and 4 pm Shots are also available by the strike loss $4.000,000in I Calloway

by. Seated, left to right, are i at your private doctors." paychecks. I< Open 3-5 p.m.
,
Moss II. Kendrick, whose publfc t I ,) '' "
Luckily, Miami's economy has Baron JE 8.1340
relations firm represents Coca-; MIAMI LOOKS Presents
become so diversified It can now I
Cola nationally, Gridiron Club .. ,,
land a reversal like the Eastern ; -
president Sidney Holmes, and FOR RECORD strike 'i Rufus
Olympic track star Lee' Calhoun, I :
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North Carolina 'College:! 'at.Bur SEASON; :
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ham-graduate-student, ,who 'was' t j ,. 'fii I ,
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Principal speaker ,for tb4t,-..T ent I :\ 'lucrative winter. season. I l, n Insulated'ggat'r: .
High School' footbrtll''',.,teama of The weather here so far this

the area were guests of Coco' f Cola< winter, has been ,very good, .in t COOKING HINTS Beacham
on the banquet'" occasion
..,. comparison to the freezing temperatures
I experienced last winter. Csmstion Nome + ,
I' Tourists ,,have, been coming Into b'j Service Dlrsctor I /
\, Miami In: droves'despite the Eastern And his Orchestra
ST. JAMES A.ME.: .. L "
and her staff
strike, but thousands of with' \"<, 'II
Rey. II. McNeal Harris; astor, workers were idled by the shut Rosalie I ; '
St. James AME Church will observe dqwn. Scott Quee'nIer 's
Sunday, Jan. 4 as Holy Negroes were not hit too hard '
Communion Day. The choirs, of by.the strike because only a, Quick Caramel Rolls make welcome gifts for any occa. The Lady Drummer /r
the church will render soul appealing comparative Jew are employed sion. Carnation Evaporated Milk gives the candy a real ,
r music at the 11 a14 i., In': the good-paying Jobs In the '
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fashioned caramel flavor.
and 7 p.m. service. ) fir industry here. Eastern had .

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The pastor will: preach at the -------- n
11 a.m. worship? service,"using' AS RETURNED BY
his sermon subject, "A Sieging are urged to be present and Y
e POPULAR
Communion.." At the 7 pirti.: service I tart the .new year in the studyof r DEMAND

his subject: will be "The God's' word. From his "
Canadian
nock of Salvation I Strangers and friends 'without
The Sunday"'School will begin a :church home are Invited to .. Tour
promptly at 9:30: arm.., Jhe. til'cere t I make St. James "The FriendlyChurch" i& r j
teachers, pupils and friends your church home. e
fjgPr ;; Sach.Robinson
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STAR QUICK CARAMELS '" Dancing Every Nite )

(Makes 60 pieces)
''" Open House Tuesday
K Star I* now ready to glv<
'will solve your "problems and show you the (road to happl- ., . 3/4 cup com syrup 1 teatpoor vanilla ." I':

newt and sucoena tan I have done 19r to many other I do tany + 'h cup (small con) ,'/, cup chopped null ,. ,' ; 'JIMJAM

kind of siiecial.,. work. Your life analyzed and your deeprstFerrets undiluted CARNATION, 1 '.9S1whlt. Y. .

told without you saying word or no charge.K EVAPORATED MILK /4 cup shredded or

Star had a special message' for you. Knock and tho / cup butter or margarine flaked coconut I.

door will oiwiu Seek. and yon' will find." K Star U a gifted.
Combine sugar, corn syrup, Inch square baking pan with
Khe l s known by thousands that she baA helped a.
woman. Carnation butter and vinegar aluminum toll. Pour candy into
the LUCKY LADY Born with extraordinary gifU land powers. in saucepan.Cook over medium pan. Sprinkle with chopped
YOU CAN BE LUCKY TOO. Faith can 'move mountains. She heat until mixture bolls vigor. nuts.Chill until Arm.Lift candy

can overcome your financial worries, restore health and lout ously over entire surface Stir from pans. Remove foil. Cut
nature. Cause you to bold Job and steady 'vvor k. ThU la a ONce occasionally. Continue cooking candy Into three parts. Fold CLUB
12 to 13 minutes Stir constant each strip Into a roll with nuts :
IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY t yon to become succe- ly the last :5 minutes of cooking. Inside Press seam edges to
ful. No one In trouble turned away. Candy will become very thick gether. Brush outside of roll 1900 NW 75th St.
and will form a firm ball when with beaten egg white. Roll In
1650 N.W. 27th Ave. Miami' Fla. sample Is. dropped into cold coconut., Wrap each roll in Phone PL 93651It.
water. Remove from heat Add'' waxed;paper. Chill. fut rolls ,
I lions 9 w.t.sunv to 9 p.m. vanilla Beat 1 minute. Line *'*, Into 20pieces each.

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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1959 At New Orleans

City Park

..._.._.-.------.--.--.-.. HARRY WILLS NEW ORLEANS (ANP) -
Racial segregation at a New

PHIL OSSOFER FAMED "BLACKPANTHER" Orleans Park has ended the,

manager of the ,park announced
SAYS : Tuesday. lie said the policy

.._.._.._.._._._-..-.. -..- change came about following; mandate a
BURIED IN N.Y. U S. Supreme Court

Happy New Year! At this timeI that became final Dec 18.
offer a New Year's message as NEW YORK (ANP ElMi Labordo, manager of a
a pica for more mature thinking. Scores of ring celebrities and city park said In making the announcement .

Whn a new year approaches, other dignitaries Friday attend "This seems that
we arc reminded of this event ed the funeral services for Harry Negroes are now permitted to
bv n'cturos' of the decrepit Old Wills, former heavyweight I. U

y -ar. sad and dejected, leaving contender, who was known unl- said the park boar. of commissioners .
fa. and the sprightly fresh born versa ly as the "Black Panther," adopted a resolution at
New Year entering the scene to The services were held in the the annual meeting of the board
"Uike .over." Accompanying' chapel of the Walter D. Cooke last Sunday recognizing the InJunction -

these pictures are comments Funeral Home, 117 W. 72nd of the high court. 1
w' ich are offered to prove the St., in this city. Burial followedin "We reached the end of our
authenticity of this characterlat Woodlawn Cemetery. rope," he said. After this Supreme '

''on" of the bedraggled Old One of rlngdom's immortal, Court ruling, we asked
Year, and of the shining NewY Wills during his lifetime amass for a rehearing and this was denied

par, as if to say 'Good Rid ed a comfortable fortune, but We have exhausted every
antt" to the old man who fail- the goal he sought most the legal means" to ;keep! ,the park
rat u1and "Welcome" to the heavyweight title eluded him. segregated
new little friend who is about, The man who stood between Recent'y elected park
c IWH hope) to refresh us with Harry and the title was Jack manager, "Labordo, said he "hadno
abundance from the horn of Dempsey, known then as now at intention of violating the
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plenty during his dispensation on the ''Manassa: Mauler. Wills Nnited States Supreme Court.

earth tried hard to get him into the

It la strange, however, that ring for a title showdown, but of the heavyweights at the time '
cv n if this coming year turns was unsuccessful.At feared to touch gloves with .r r

out to be good to us, he will one time, Wills collected; Langsford.

still depart in the same mannera $50,000 for a match with It is estimated Wills earned I Don't miss the Battle of Songs between the Sensational -
from
year now. Perhaps we some $500,000 with his fists.
Dempsey which never came off.
!r.el! he is never good enough to That was in 1924 shortly after Nightingale Singers and the Alpha and Omega

us1!! Wills, In the view of ring ob Singers, Sunday, Jan 4 at 3 p.m. at Northwestern High

This attitude towards the Old servers, gave Louis Angel Firpo, HARLEM SQUARE I School Auditorium, 7001 NW 12th Ave. Tickets on sale at

Year reminds me of. the rite. the Argentina wild bull, a good North's Travel Bureau, O'Neal Beauty Salon, P rat t' s
through which Atonement the ancient Hebrews going over, in a 12 round no. SWEET SHOPA Cleaners and Neal's Market. Get yours now and avoid the
on Day, sym
decision brawl in Jersey City,
FULL LINE OF GROCERIES rush.
bolleally passed their sins for the N.J. Firpo had knocked Demp -

outgoing year onto a goat, I sey out of the ring in their COLD CUTS COSMETICS
("Scapegoat") They then turned i' memorable meeting, and hi;
the goat loose in the wilder fight with Wills, besides nettingthe 208 N.W. 10th Street OPPORTUriTY AWAITS YOUSEE
ness to die with all their sinson "Panther" $150,000 raised

Ills head. It seems to me we the latter fistic THE JTH'S LEADING COLORED
stock. .
._._ .. .
are using poor Old Year as a ar'!.ft'iIJ!! ,",. L
scapegoat' for our sins in the The stage was. set ,for a pos. PSYCHIC READER
sible million dollar fight be Beautiful Home
on
past year, and placing our hopes
in little NPW Year to bring us tween Dempsey and Wills, but Your Lot
good fortune. the Dempsey camp failed to go
through with the match One re
7ce4'
Is this a good attitude? It
port has it that Tex Rickard, top
germs to me the reason Old Year
promoter of the era, was opposed !
aged so fast In such short
a "mixed 5
to a match. Another
time Is because we earthlings,
held that Dempsey's lawyers
using his time in venting hate, forfeited the champ's $50,000 f
I
greed and an overemphasizing purse because of the racial issue. r
competitive attitude towards 1
Wills, maintained that the race
each' other, have aged him angle prevented the match. He I' Complete building eervlce .
through brutal conduct in
our
remained a friend of Dempsey.
h's! time. In other words, we PLANNING
In and out of the ring, Wills
have entangled him, an innocent
was as craftly as they come In BUILDING .
bystander, in a gang war, unable -
side the ropes, he could punch e FINANCING
either to stop the fightingor and box
with
equal dexterity.He .
Your New Hem.
defend himself Then, when
was a master of the arts of
he is ready to leave, we cast
feinting and sidestepping. REPAIRINGREMODELING. ....
our sins upon his head as he ..
mournfuMy shufflles into history Outside the ring, Wills was a L.t my ye of Experience guide and protect you through Lif.
shrewd businessman who invested .
RENOVATING
u a Lighthouse guides the ship In a dorm
Tbf point here is that we use wisely. No spendthrift, he
time foolishly, and then expect Invested his Over
money In real estate Twenty Years of WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
time to treat us well. We fiveineffectively and at the time of his dealt Construction Experience
yet expect, by has considerable holdings Ir' Guaranteed ..*I..tln Hor Success in Business Anti Lore
some ,miracle, that our livens lIar'em and the Bronx. CONSULT HERO -
ou'd be prosperous and joyous.An He entered the hospital Dec.
authoress named Elizabeth 8 for appendicitis and died early 'V& L] You can now have your home made happy
Wethered states, "Time is called list week.A IJ : L lJ O Get un Hold the position you so long wanted

our upon as a great thief; it native of New Orleans, mv (Dt @ Lv Dt n't Stay in the rut get 'out now

is people's own fault. Use him Wills fought from 1911 to 1934, By the help of God she can help you
well]. and you. will get from his I ranging in some 290 official NE 5-4171
hand more than he will ever I fights. Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or la
1121 N.W. 29th Street
take from yours." A'so worthm I He a1 so fought Sam Langsford, trouble
nooning at this point !Is this another great heavyweight of Miami
quote (author unknown: "The I I l: that generation, 22 times. Many It will pay you to call and lee this Gifted Medium First
best to kill; time I -- -
Is
I
way to workIt
to death." --.J'A" JL """" .,-"- "- Where thousands come yearly for help and advice yeu t.. can

A new year Is with us again. I be touched by this strange mysterious power
Let us take stock of ourselvesat STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

this time when many of us, Th. tams God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel
sincerely Interested in Improving:
ourselves, are mt lng the tra- Central Life Insurance Co. of old Is still alive today and will open a way far yeu throughthe

dit'oral New Year's resolutions. .. troubled seas of II?.. Let not him that,la blind lead you er

L t us resolve to turn hate and Your Friendly Company you stumble with him.
indifference towards our fellowm "
< h into love for them In this t>o you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see

we cun succeed only If we recogiilzn them?

in them that undeveloped What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that make
"Image of God" that is also la Offerings
i Wireless" Telephone, Radio and Televlelon possible
tent within ourselves, making in: Year Life &
20 Educational
all as of one soul, Payment Endowment A teed before it sprouts, lies concealed, secret silent In the dark
Let us resolve to turn the Endowment at Age 65 at Age 18 earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS "UNSEEN POWER"

greed and overemphasized com Paid-up Life & 20 Payment Life Therefore acquaint x'
*
your
petltlvo attitude towards
fe ..owmenInto an attitude our of Endowment at Age 63 15 Year Endowment" self with the one who is an )..

friendly cooperation with them. Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life authority. Whose private; ,

Then In our dally business deal Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Life consultation will evolve you
lnn!:s with each other let us bal. to a higher state of mind."w
honest Health Hospitalization 20 Year Endowment ;I i
ance a healthy, attitude

towards: profits with a reverent Home Office All Information is r
aMtude+ towards Prophets; those

enlightened and taught Souls us GQd's who Truth broughtus 1416 North Boulevard, Tampa, Fla. Strictly Confidential ,;

Then, perhaps, we will be able Branch Offices Offict Hours: 9 .m.--a p.m.
to depict the Old Year leaving
Sunday: 10 am to 1 PJXI. I
,
_ _ _
I us in his true state; as a young BRADENTON OCALA

one year old! DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDO Don't Write-Call in Person

FT. LAUDERDALE PANAMA CITY
r-- PIERCE I DAILY READING $1.00SUP ......... +

CLEANING II FT. ST.PEN8ACOLAJACKSONVILLE PETERSBURG 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE _

WILLII5 HARRIS LAKELAND TALLAHASSEE..
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WEST PALM BEACH MADAM HUNTER
Specializing In Cleaning and
Miami Office 176 I Witting Floors, Homes and 1657 N.W. 73rd St. MiamiTHE
Offices. 2070' NW 210th St., Opa THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOW
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.. THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"

Dick Bass 1st Collegiate ':. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1959 -' PAGE 7 : ,: .,


';
. rushing were Joe' Belland, AH- 470 .yards In 92 attempts for ,
ton State, who gained 474 5-10 average, and Willie West, '.
Mist in 21 Years yards' In 116 attempts for a 4.08 Oregon, 470 yards In 101 tries I
Triple average; Mel Johnson, Denver, for 4.65 average.



. . .r L i CHICAGO (ANP) Final -
statistics of the 1958 football
season, released; last week by '
The
Between Lines.
the National Collegiate Athletic GO FIRST CLASS
Bureau, show officially. that Dick
By GORDON HANCOCK Bass captured three offensive

.. . . '.1. L I . . . . ., . titles the first triple offensive
king In 21 years and
The Stable and The Stars that several other tan backs . with America'sFinest 60lDFN
\ \
ranked high in rushing. J/04'R

is a divine South white Baas led in total offense with Bourbon- P
Christmas no nor black, no i
In troubled world! brown 1,440 yards: in 218 plays; in
lude a nor yellow!
arrived I'I scoring, with 18 touchdowns and
In
the Saviour
hem nearly 20 centuries ago Had Jesus come to the Greeks! eight conversion points for ,116 in a handy ,
arrived in a troubled : they would have made Christ!, points, and in rushing, with
ahlty an exclusive religion, even 1,361 yard in 205 rushes for a '
t
The world is still troubled. pocket flask
inhumanity to man still as Greek philosophy: was exclu GC3: avtrate.Leon .
countless thousands mourn, tve' and thereby unsuited to the Burton Arizona State I,
needs of the "whosoevers" and back and leading rusher In 1957,
the bard of Afton clearly
and aptly told. "every creatures." The great finished llth in this departmentthis
failures of'Greek philosophywas season. He gained 642 yardsIn
The nations are in its appeal exclusively to 108 carries for an average of
speaking, dancing on the I the wise and the great. 5.94. Leon was eighth in scorIng 7
brink of destruction. Some with 11 touchdowns and
and powerful madman could It ,was strictly a "star" re four extra points for 70 points
ligion and disdained the"etable" Me West, sophomore halfbackfor
ily plunge this world YEARS
fratricidal war that could and the implications the University of Missouri,
qelvably terminate main's thereof. Jesus came to bring! ranked 12th in rushing, amassing OLD .a ..
hope to the stable-destined 642 yards In .131 tries for
journ upon this earth, a
that has been fraught with masses of mankind. a 4.90 average > .
and woes of man's own The life and teachings of Prentice Gautt, Oklahoma .
Jesus have established the fact fullback, who appears with the ..
At this Christmas time it that the 'atable.maesea have pos Sooners In the Orange Bow!,
just as well that we ponder sibilities gained 627 yards In 105 at
aa well as the star
lously the deeper. meaning | tempts for a 5.97 average. lie
Christmas. It baa come I classes. There are many critl- was 15th. 83 PROOF :
claims today of our programs oi '
that the Christ of education. Don Perkins, brilliant star for d.100 PROOF
the word's) hope. of survival I ._ New !Mexico, 19th, gained 621 IOTiltO-IN-BOND of
peace. As this writer sees it, the yards in 112 attempts for 5.54 "
greatest danger lies in the fact average 7'alPlQtlArs ,\ '"
the God of War has '
Janus that our systems of educationare Two notches below him was
den rouglt shod the ,
over geared to the stars Insteadof Ron Burton, Northwestern'B HALfPINTSYOUR "
and still' he rides Sin with most valuable The "
the stable. player Junior "ti ,
principalities and powers is halfback picked 613 yards in 1 ) .
threatening to destroy all That la to say we are failing 141 tries for nine games, aver 4: H
man has 'bui/'t up through to see the possibilities of the aging 4.34 yards a crack. Ron /\-U- ".
ages-and man himself. stable. If this world had someway also scored 12 touchdown and \: 1
o conserve the genius that four conversion points for 76
Of course we are trying to
comes by way of the stable it Is points, placing third In scoring.
cure the fact of the ugliness ,
quite conceivable that we would I'
sin, but sin is still what it ,
hare the CLAIM OUTSTANDING
a cure for malignant .
when it destroyed Sodom "
curse of race prejudice.The .
Gomorooh. Our playing Despite Injuries that kept him J hh
.
i the fact of sin and its hope' of the world residesin out of two key games, Don .,...1 h\.
I concomitants' are not going the life and teachings of Him 'Clark, Ohio State's great halfbac'.c ,,'. IT,.,
obliterate the fact that who left the stars and entered : who was drafted by the ,11iii ," .
righteousness exalteth a the earth by way of the stable. Chicago Hears, gained 682 yardsIn .,.', \
... .
I .. .
but sin la a reproach to 114 trips for a 5.10 average.Clark .
people.As Dor'I And ao in this Christmas let was sensational In the ..... ..... .. ....... It tr.-t" j
ua te thankful for those of the East-West game Dec. 27 1 160.lL. tellltlitf
one beholds the I stirs, but let us not forget thoseof Others among the leaders In
possibilities of a sinful the stable. Only they will
ton, one feels pensive aa have a Christful: Christmas -- - l
Virgil when he beheld whose souls are not seared by
mournful flenda of Phllllppi. Hatreds for their fellowman.
Jesus Christ is born once
in Bethlehem's lowly The Christ who journeyedfrom
tHe nations and races of the stars to the stable CREDIT IS 0K, ATBA fI'
kmd are torn asunder by ame to establish a world broth-

1 evils of race prejudice. arhood between the highest and '. .
the lowliest and for this may
i Like a cancer, race God be praised 1 ItCD'C <**&
, .1
is eating at the vitals of ;"
I survival and as the late H.

I tioyed\v tills put there It* ,can unless never it be la An Outside. Show t If > iel ""

\ m the world. The late Uyyi21iiun Henry Huff for AM'
Vvilkle caught a glimpse. of -
I not live above inwin ; iv o:
brotherhood of man that . wtq my rtov L :
Christ came to Inaugurate .. No matter,, what may come or w Miami AyqriMcNO
lie wrote his One World' I'd beans rather, eat ncckbonee and

When Jesus Christ came, {Hum try to make an outside '
b. and the stars to the .t show

ho came to make brother Against' (live urge of common MONEY DOWN
<-j-n and brothers men must sense, \
o. they will be brutes It la for rpck'nlng time will come
'
tu.in passing strange that alongWith
Jesus had sent his disciples nfrat 1* known AS recompense

to preach the Gospel, ho '; '
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them to go not into the "way To rightrn every silly wrong ;-l ,: '

u gentiles, but to the t
uueep of the house of Israel. The only road that ie I M<|IH to fame : .
Is Just to do your duty jnifl; ) I / / /
Dut when he gave the In big and little things the same
Commission he commanded And eeek the hidden beauty a .
**>.oeiles to go Into all the Thai lies behind a thing we!' yaiuS! / /
.. ' vouih3 '
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preach the Gospel to "doreal t
feature that whosoever aDd true behavior
I 4-Uh on Him shall not Will Iau1)) to earth's and heaven's i
gut have everlasting life. throne

As woe AS to one's savior. '
Once a creature Is eldest
within the circle of God'a .wwwwr..www............."............yI
&nd saving grace there la I i .

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, ...................."! ............!'tI.............. ._ .............-..MM*............-. North Dade Club

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_..nnnnnannnn. ..mm..u..u.. aa._.n. .na._ ......_.._...a u..........._....................................... Dade /4Vt sN ,
/' '.. ... The North "'Community PIRA7R2
:
i I I'M Q ,XM T E boxe ;h" of food. Our sincere Club, a non-proflt organisation,
sure y'all' had a thanks a'flo to Stevens Marketat was .organized Sept. 6, 1957, It ,
62nd St. ad 27th for Is required that members.must(, '
:gall: -tor the In. ave. '
coming year, their help in this project. be registered voters. NE 5-3515 'N.W. 22nd'V' :J& 69th St.
The club is incorporated and .
and now that a . : ,
'
New' Year Is h DISHING OUT the Dirt Dept: registered on Rrooid nook;, 222_ .. ,..
here, what I There just ain't any dirt this pages 158.159, It las sponsored .: ,'i, : :
say ,
all week i that I know of . ''a junior baseball club: for boys, ( FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
we put
noses to .ouI'i the'jrlndstone eo just, Live Life, Every Golden from 12 to 15, who attend
Minute of It. Peace. school and have aver GREGORY '
.'" and a good .JEAH J : CARROU ;. CHMOTON BUS
age. It has also given help to disabled
.
try to make our M\4
city a more en j Personal MentionMr The persons. 21 slMMflNsjAKfRJsJJ!
group gave to the Dade:
l&vnblo: place In which to live. r and Mrs. Thomas M. Jakes, County Children's Home, color.
B/ that I mean that we all must 1506 NW 70th St., had as their ed division, a cpmplete supplyof ; II
!'iclp to make Miami a fine pace houseguests during the holidaysMr. ath.etic: equipment, cost A Motion ,
for "out.ot.towner3.' to come to Jakes' two sisters, Mrs. Mat- $135 for Christmas. This wii k
and, w must leav an Impressionthat tie Dublin of Selma N.C. and received by Alfonso Williams' +g Picture ..a
they wlh: go back home and! Mr. Jakes' ,nehew, Elder J. C. supervisor; and Mrs. Mary Dan, N So Bg[ .;
say nice things about us. Wf Bryant and his wife Louise and' superintendent. J

must also make Miami a cleaner son, Ronnie, of, Lumberton, N.C. It Sweeps ,
place for ourselves:! and our :kids. It was their first visit to Florida The club started by renting the s '
Our streets are cluttered with t and they spent much time fish bui'dlng at G108 NW 22nd ave., All
but has bought It, Barbecue 1
and ;
rarbage and trash which couldb ng sightseeing.
sold there every Friday and Before
.
eliminated with one telephonecall 1
Saturday The public is invitedto L
from each of us in the MARCH OF
patronize the sale. It!
neighborhood to the Waste 'Department -
It we do. not get results I DIMES DRIVE The officers are David P. Wil ., WYLER'S.
(Hams president, E, Cane, vice
there, we should take a "
minute more to call the Unofficial STARTS JAN. 2 president; C. R. Gilbert, financial I -
Mayor or the Official Mayorof Fund-raising efforts of Dude secretary; WlllKam Drown, THE COUNTRY
Miami to see to It that this !s County's, 1959 March of Dlmea treasurer; Fred Garrett, record In TECHNICOLOR'and TECHNIRAMA
removed. Nothing will: ever be start Jan. 2, with the local chapter ing secretary James Marham,
,done If we the public have an of the National Foundation business manager; : Willie J. IKMOSTBRUTAti
"I don't give a damn" attitude. taking aim at "three greatcrlpplers" Williams and Robert. Davis, ,business < '
Need I say more? Except that one birth defects directors. '" PRISON CAMP l3THEAHNALS

person cannot do It alone. It arthritis and polio campaign --- .
takes all of us pulling together manager Robert Pentland Jr., .
for what is right. said today. CLEANING OF WAR
_. aa.
/ Pentland explained: that the '
t-,{; WILLIE HARMS f '*""-
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: 'March of Dimes will '
Un my official Mayor Poll, I continue '(JUdMOMUAnttKUfU
the: cards have slacked up quite throughout January, and will be Specla.fzlJ: \ in Cleaning and r
t
,
.r bit When I start something, I climaxed by the Mothers' Marchof tCMUO PNDODOtfS
Waxing Floats HOIIH-H
,
and]
Mice to see It finished, but your Dimes on Jan 29. t 1rAlrtitRittrulAwutittnullrooxadl.
help Is needed, I'd appreciate It "This house-to.house collection Offlc(' ;. :2070 .NW 215th. St., Q.n :" ._.=
\-f.I'Y much If Fall would send of which Mrs. Sydney L. Weln- / Locks, ;jthone NA 10107. .

your post cards to me at The trau: is chairman, and in which .,..,. I .:
Miami Times 6740 NW 15th close to 15,000 women will tace: I '.1O.6. 1 .JZBUN'HL ; -

Ave, with the name of the man part, will! again be counted on l M
you want for your unofficial to, raise the highest percentage I'
Mayor of Miami. We need a of dimes funds," Pentland said. .
GOOD MAN to speak for ifs at The leader noted that there THEATRE OPA LOG S A
City Hal'.. At this point our score I wilt; be other March of Dimes Tel. NA 17522, SUNDAY, MONDAY 'TUESDAY

Is as follows: Father Gibson I raising events during the month. SUNDAY & MONDAY ? ..
101 ; Dr. Ira P. Davis 96: Atty. "On Saturday, Jan. 3, we vrl.l: I'raeal' r. r '
Henry Arrington 91 j E. N. Tay have Dlue Crutch Teen Tag day NASSAU ISLAND F""b .A COLOR
lor 82; Atty. G. E. Graves 76; with high school students WOMEN" !
+,. ,.*..Dr., J. O. Drown 73; Slim Dan throughout the county giving Marie Windsor I
nlstcr 65; Dill Kimbro 41; plastic blue )lapel crutches in ex :
Charles Hadley 39. change for a dimes contribution "Buchanan R'idesAlone"
The poll will close on February "S"'1'16 2500 coin containers
15 and the winner will be have oeen distributed by policeto
announced In this column on stores and restaurants hotels Randolph| Scott

Feb. 20 . and may the best and banks, and await your contribution ..-. -.
man win. ," Pentland said. ---

"We are working towards I _-or.' -
,, Here's Greater- Victories," and just as a
one that's good for a >
March of Dimes CAPITOLTHEATRE I o
l laugh: On Christmas Day, Drum research developed
m arct Sa.esman; McVlckers were bat polo: so will it find new

ro ler skating on the Sir! John. ways to fight blrth..defects. SAT. MIDNITK
patio Seems that they had Bleated arthritis, virus diseases' and disorders
I' SUN., MOW., TUES.
of the
that far from. Liberty City, central nervous .TAX. 45.0"GUNMAN'S N O..su..... ....
M-
and had system. ,.,
to skate back "cause
they had no other transporta. "Your contributions to the WALK"' S m f McQU UNI Wi ur'mf if.j MOOifi'-
1959 March
tion of Dimes
will help }hn r.IdM Y IWaR LMWIJI,Alutars IIeMtieC.*Y IIIUII .
us to do these jobs," he added. Van Heflln

FRKKTY+ GHIL W the week PIu
Apne Lindsay, . 'Policeman, Neonatal Give s

the Weekj George' Busby , "The Lineup"RITZ
T "'ohcr' of {the' Week: Lucretla Christmas Party

Compton Eve., . Hay. Mitchell' I lwstwatll
The Neonta Social ,Club
,Npilh-South.. dolt Tournamentwill was
bo held }1 fir, 22nd, rather than the prev with a Christmas party at the
ious date announced. The tourney cozy home of Mr. and Mrs '
will be held at Miami James Monroe, 1464 NW 6th ,
Springs Golf Course. place. Members and friends, whc
attended the affair were high in THEATRE

\\IILOS CLARK popular man their praises of the enjoyable
about town Is out at the Club time had at the affair. .
Royal passing the joy juice over The Monroes' Christmas tree
th' bar . Chlckte Home, moot was beautifully decorated and Now ShowingFOR
beloved entertainer heavily laden with valuable gift
smash
WItS a '
success at. Clros on, the Beach Members, of the club Include WEDNESDAY' AND THURSDAY
last week, and Is being soughtby Mrs. Claude Cato;; president; Mr*. UNLIMITEDENGAGEMENT
other big clubs and hotels for Mary Know es, vice president;

dates in February '. Petite Mrs. Darnsworth, recording
song sty'1st, Shirley Elllston, has secretary; Mrs. Anne Llndsey,
decided to change her style of treasurer: Mrs. Mildred Monroe .

singing. She sea ,,thatiahq ,has reporter. Mrs. Alma Drown. flnnclay A Shocker! I
been told by BO many that her \ secretary; Mrs. Addle
jazz: rendltlqns are much favored than her slow ballads. ; Mrs. Evelyn Evans,
Dut from this end of ,i the"pen, Mil.fJolephs, Mrs. Dell Fullyelln,, desperativey trying to
we like just about everything and ,.Mrs.. Blanche Calloway escape from the law-

she sings. iTill the honorary member, who dldj I and each other!
,
'i the club the honor of calling the I J
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Club benetJt show, which 1\.to be Among guests present were: "THE
held at the Jim Jam Club on Mr- Ludell Bell:, Mrs. Willard 1r1AAl"i
Wednesday Jan. 7 Is going to Jefferson, ,Cleveland Sampson, w
be uulte a show. I suggest you Mr. and Mrs. James Collie, Mr. LOUIS A V1S1U0 6 fD ARn R' UR 0 1
purchase your tickets at the and Mrs. Charles Hlggs, Mr. and
hoduad DF EDWARD R MURR0111
and 1RED W.FRIDW awM ersw ww
eA
DEFIANT
club this weekend. Every ticket Mrs. Darlw Price, Mrs. Anne .
you buy will help a' child 'go to Coleman of Ohio,. Mrs.. E. Herring
the circus which wi.l be In town ,, Mrs.. N. Symonette Bfj> PLUS"STAGE -
from the 9th of January to the Barnswo .th., Mr. and Mrs. Best,
18th at 12th nee and 14th st, who recently became, bereaved ONES"Sidney STRUCK"COMING
. P.S. another $2.00 was col and the club extends condolencesand

lected from Stone Drugs, corner others ..
'-'" of,}! 9hjU- and< 2nd ave. to help ., The Monroes express thanks to ti"Old
+.wlth- our JOhriatmaa .Cheer Fund. the' many friends who. helped to Poitier

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Nong Freedom's Road -CHURCH> 9Pr>> .*ACTION: mitdantrelglourgroups : ,in ..m I.t'lI bm' tIyo1ghbori

:, voiced'' support, o the d\ nlq, leaiftrs \Jid' slate leader
l'I", :: -'- Supreme .,.. ourt/ desegregation to give creative thought to main
:. By RUTH PERRY k'Reading rulings daring* the year. In October taining1 'a, tfooltt public 'Bohobl

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Church's 'Uou,.' t fi t Bishops.
the with the law of the land,
news in '
thepape'ra SCHOOLS issued a'staten nr"calling+ 'for + '
respect} and preserve the rights
these re
days might make ,
equality* of opportunity' In edu1' /4 0 "
or atcUlzens\\ and assure the
2 one very discouraged. Take Despite the school
for closing In
". cation, h6uslrigr employment {and :
jtfeseivtttion, of, ourTsystem of
example these headlines: Federal Little Rock and in Virginia, and '
p'ub'lc accommodations"wlthdnt i Ic( 'education.' :'' '>
judge. refuses to order Immedl other attempts to evade Integra pub 1 .;
and
'*-'***ate\"lntegrat1on here} NAACf tion of public school systems in discrimination ration." The following without month/sepa In any, major battles there are

must show records In Arkansas; the South, the number of desegregated the R 0.1' m 'a'n .Catholic'; Bishop minor;.,/pet-backs ,and. temporary J I
Florida high court orders systems continued to of the United States'and the I llo8i The came bf, civil rights Ii
NAACP to open records On the Increase In 1958 and now, ac Methodist Council ','of Bishops did nQt suffer a mapor) defeat In ,
'face*' of It,.,the news does not cording to Southern School News' Issued strong statements,'in sup ,19 8'J\but,, slowly started to gain ;
,, ,seem encouraging and It would amounts to 790' out of a total port of the Cottrt's anti-bias rub important ground.. The year 1859
:. that of 2.890 biracial school dls- should show: even more important :
appear the civil rights; I Ings. In November, 3J)9f) ;Vlilte .
: "Been school baa
tricts in fand in the driving a
the border lasting gains
battle Is being lost In. the South. and southern Protestant and Jewish clergymen
: states. In '1968 there were more ,fight for freedom : very long, Mister I I
."ft ,THE BATTI4B IS JOINED than 400,000 Negro students enrolled
'
,' \. "The fight l If(or freedom Is not systems in a!':, desegregated school '
compared with 350
belne lost no matter what the '000 in 1958, Meanwhile, another Teen-ager Is Named One of Ten (! '
headlines say. The, fight at long 2,500,000 colored children con
last Is completely out in the tlnued to attend compulsory
open. Not only is the South involved
where racial prejudicehas Women of the Year'Mademoiselle's -
become traditional but the 'Young
rest of the United States knows
now beyond a shadow of doubt
that one section of our a country _.__u..u.__.._
cannot be the breeding groundfor I
racial bigotry and Intolerance 1tZ
without harming the total coup.
try. Congress is becoming more
and more aware of the fact that
rights Involves the total countrynot KYr
just one section of the U.S
The U. S., Supreme Court since a" u .
1954 has had many cases
brought before it pertaining to t
the rights of second class citizens .
and has upheld these rights V
The Alabama voting situation Is WrsfA YtY.u
I no longer a state problem It has _
become cot. only: a national prob.
tY
hem but a disgrace to the whole t 4 al _

nation.No ,e _
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the batt'e for civil right" 1 ,
Is not being lost; we are in thf ,
I midst of the major attack on racial .
prejudice, injustice and Inequality ., e
, and victory so dearly -'tAl
fought for cannot be far off M
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HOW DO WE 'STAND?

Looking back on the year 1958, a ) J
there are many encouraging 1958'Merit Award winner., honored for signal achievement during,the post r

signs pointing' to victory The school student cited for her .\\
Evan. high >IN
number' of avowed advocates of year. Top row, left to rights Jessie Angelina ,

.. civil rights elected to both i, "independence" In the battle for desegregation) Pat Farrar, TV producer Jane (

Houses opportunity of Congress for the:enactment enhances the of cultural exchange specialist; Betty Carol, fashion. designer) Anne Bancroft, actress.
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additional human rights leelsla. w ---------r--- row Dlanca VanOrden, writer- Rosalind Ellas, singer) Marcia Rogers, city 'Addam'i ,

lion during the 86thCongres's.. A '''Kolemdy' show how easy it is Natalie Carhone Manglnl, atomic scientist) Violette Verily, dancer. '
revision of Senate Rule 22 to to keep both hands and both.feet
make It possible to stop a fill busy
buster by majority vote aIM
seems: probable as the result of South Floridians will get'an'' NEW Yolt1C;/ .Y.-Fifteen-year-old lations before her job with the laboratory on the new opera Van,
the election of Nor 4, 1958. opportunity to see '''the'grf'atest Jessie Angelina Evans, presidentof Institute of International Educa said, changed the pivotal role of" -
of Van tion. In 1958 specialist in Erika to that Elias might ..
show on earth," the biggest circus the student council u mezzo so I
Outside of the South, liberals of them all-Ringllng Broth Duren High School, Arkansas, is charge of their Polish: Exchange sing at the world premiere. They .
of both partlel'were elected to era and Darnum and Bailey today the "surprise" winner of a Program, she traveled to Poland were rewarded when critics agreedthat :5
office The returns onajr: be interpreted during the ten.day period from 1958 Merit Award from Mademoiselle to help select Polish students for she "stole the show." Miss "
as indicating a trend away In the the first full- Elias last
January 23 to February 1. magazine. study UJ/ went on summer to r
from stand pat conservatism not For the sixteenth scale cultural exchanges with eastern peat her triumph at Salzburg
. The "big show" will be held
only In civil rights but also In
'v: presented since World War IL
in the new Miami Beach Exhibition these awards were to Europe now swamped with InvItatM
",, social welfare legislation. Hall and mall orders will ten young women in their twenties With cultural exchange never so from leading opera houses of '

", COURT REAFFIRMS be accepted as early as Dec. 28. and : Imperative as now, Jane proves world. J t
DESEGREGATION < To Insure all will see this In making a special sward to the her own words: "An increase In MARCU, focus, city planner.
spectacular presentation, box exception Angle Evans, for "inde understanding brings an Increasein With a degree in architecture: from ,
On Sept. 29,, the Supreme offices have been qet up not onlyat pend ence/'DetlyT alOOt Blackwell, respect, in dignity, la creative Carnegie Tech she joined the
Court handed down a sweeping the Exhibition Halt but also editor-in-chief of Mademoiselle thinking and action. Pittsburgh Regions] Planning Association .
decision .-& historic;; at Sears. Roebuck and Co. In referred to the part she played in BETTY CAROL, fashion designer. ,earned master's in City
and clarifying Its ruling Miami, Coral Gables, Homestead 1958 when forty-five boys boycot. After Pratt Institute she did modeling Planning from the U. of Pennsylvania
':_:" of May 17, 1954, banning aegregatioa and Fort Lauderdale. These box ted her school because thirteen and fashion Illustration, bat In '57 and then went to
In public education. The offices will open on Jan. 5. Negroes were enrolled and she designing,always the goal,became work for Philadelphia's Zoning
.h;: decision spelled the doom of ,the i The circus features artists rallied the rest of the students to the reality when she took over at Advisory' Commission In 1958,
"massive resistance". to desegregation , from the four corners of the keep them from panicking. On Mam'selJe dresses Under their invited to'join the City Planning
'by some Southern states. world. A trapeze performer from polling the student body Angle label she has demonstrated exciting , Commission, she concentrated on
The court held: unanimouslythat Australia, a tiger trainer from found the majority to be for integration. combinations of colors and various rehabilitation projects ia
children"the constitutional rights of Czechoslovakia: Spanish and At a meeting of the school fabrics and a wonderful use of Philadelphia and was primarily
not be discriminated
board she stood up to angry trimmings. 1958 the name Betty responsible for the
against In school admission Ita.ian jugg ers, a Japanese acrobat planning redevelopment
tha grounds. of color on a French aerialist, a Polish segregationists and presented thepolled Carol came to the rescue of junior of the Whitman area..
race or
can "
neither be nullified directly horseman and many, many more results. "We salute her, pocketbooks ss well ss figures. In twelve months she has become
openly
by state legislators or or will provide the maximum In big Mrs. Blackwell said, "for her fearlessness ANNS BAvatorr actress,.traveled one of the most outstanding young
state. executive or Judicial officers : top entertainment. ,her insistence: on thinkingfor from the Bronx to Broadwayvia women In her field.
'nor l1u 1tlecl Indirectly by Never to be outdone In the herself and then foithrightly n and Hollywood. Last January NATAIXS Cantons MAncrro. ,
them' through evasive schemesfor Department of Utter Nonsense, acting on the truth u she saw it.; 'she landed her first Broadwayrole atomic scientist. After Seton 11111she
segregation' whether''' at the big snow features over 100 The achievements of the other as one-half the cast of Two joined Westinghouse 'u a
tempted 'Ingeniously or ingenu funny men. ., Young Women of the Year range /or the &eatt. Although the chemical engineer and ia 1957'
ously.' The Court also banned There will be 15 performers at from outstanding performances in other half was veteran Henry became the only woman employee 'tll'
the use of public funds to support the Hall Including 10 evenings the theatre and billet to atomic Fonda, Miss Bancroft, according there ever to hold the title of ad.entist .,
science and city planning. All are to one critic, threatened to "take
f ... "private". schools and five matinees. While continuing her grad-|
t.- !M cited in the January Mademoiselle the entJreowader her
... arm ute studies part time at Carnegie'
'C"f: for "reaffirming our faith In the and go home Another rhapsodized Tech, she worked on a reactor for
lives, the work and the potential that Isha has the range of a the atomic generating station at

:. .: . '. < ". b. t> > They are: was the pxamialBg first procedure used in atomic subs
..' : .r t (i cum laude from Bryn Mawr Barc.'AnOanayao cllebe disposingaof only
woman to
l'A'' ., v Ir five years ago she started ss a lAD writing at Cambridge Ihst,* work on the on Neutiliu, theworLr.
i, assistant at w cA-TV. vetsity and continued
production : experimenting first atomlo submarine
I w ( ....c.'. New York station, anJDow ; while living and working in Yiouerrs Vnor ,
Our Service Department has been serving this community dancer began
Its affairs
manages public Florence. Critics called her two studying at tea in bar native
for 24 years. Ask your neighbor, he is probably programs. She also produce two long short stories-published first Franco and was dancing leading
shows Aaul S.tfobZo.Jnglei .
educational : la England witty, original and roles with the Ballets de Paris at
one of our many satisfied customers. teaches English to 100,000 premising. This year, fD1.fiJ1Iqthat At ag of twenty. Shortly after
Spanish-speaking New Yorkers, prom_ with "a technical sto ciad her American debut she
YOG can save 50% on your TV repair bill by bringing aid Dr. Joyce Brother offers natttrity nothing short of phenon*, ,Jomed the Undo.Festival Balletand
Your set in counsel on women's proble ns.- enal for a first novel, aha Maps to performed as jtoest artist at
Under her brilliant guidance: both command of her world, her em La Scab.Bat ft was. fa 1558 that
shows are proving that TV can be a and her medJ.."ia F.,.Jfiufe dancing ;

.SOOTIN'S TV Since dynamic, effective instrument for ROSAXJKD Easy|, jJQgftt Met Thea. v bn'ufthNowwYasAmersh.B i
( 1934) the public ,ood. the New England Cuusayiaory, In NIp 1s4 iw arma ., the .7ave.w
JAI'IADDAJd.euhunJcdwtp.After Tsaxlewood scftoTMsJUjM sad .. ad aIdJIW'
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10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1959 Civic Theatre Guild

n-Around The Bahamas

', ". Adult Classes in Dance and
;_III By A. H. McKENZIEJohn Concert and Show Set $1,000 Bail For Drama

- - - - - Freshmen in
L I I 1 I I I I- Opens New Apts. LEARN TO DANCEDon

Green 40, ell from a Insured. Klan Plot
truck on Gladstone Road on Dec. A band concert and puppet ( Strachan's: Party Time)
17.: He died that night without 1 The Agricultural Committee" show was held last Sunday afternoon JERSEY CITY (ANP) !MAMBO CALYPSO '- CHA
recovering consciousness at the ''of the House of Assembly was Dec. 28 at 3 o'clock on the Two, college freshmen charged CIIA QUA MODERN DANCEIN
Princess Margaret Hospital. HI appointed on Dec.15 to consider groundo at the new Betty Lee with attempting/ to organize a JAZZ .. BALLROOM SONG
death was the 19th traffic fatality granting ten agricultural Apartments, 680 NW 15th St., Ku Klux Klan unit at a junior STYLING PREPARATION .
In Nassau for the year, scholarships at Tuskegee Institute near the Seaboard Railroad. The college, are being held for a FOR; NITS CLUB AFRO
and the third within a week. for Out Island boys. Hon. entertainment was ,being pre- county grand jury. In $1,000 CUBAN
Constable Charles St. Elmo Milo Butler offered the motion. sented In celebration of the bail each. -
Blackett, a native of Barbados, grand opening of the new apart, James Low, 18, and Ronald Children's, Theatre
was killed Instantly when a Fire destroyed a small wooden meats Candles, cakes, glftf and Drown, 22, waived a preliminary
motorcycle he was riding hit a louse In Mason Addition on I other goodies were given, away hearing during arraignment before 4820 N.W. 27th Ave.INFORMATION .
parked truck on East Shirley St. Dec. 12. Caroline Miller, who' during the afternoon. Magistrate John H. Oilllck.
-- Saunders occupied the house, reached They have been suspended from
on Dec. 12. Herbert Special guided Inspectiontours PL 7-8766
was killed Instantly on the 12th !home Just In time to save her of the buildings was also Jersey City Junior college .
,
when he fell from a truck. wo small children when the fire held during the celebration, The youth are charged ;with DIRECTOR DON STRACHAN '
conspiring to violate New Jersey's -
started at 5:15 p.m.
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laws.
Raymond Burns, U, died
Bank Robber
from a gunshot wound In the The Christmas Carol service
stomach on Dec. 18 at a hospital. )f the Bahamas Brotherhood was Escapes With
On the previous night at 11 held Sunday afternoon, Dec. 14
o'clock the police department \i the Southern Recreation $23,000, Loses
received a report that two women Grounds. Given under the pat- DOR -CHA I IllC'ie
were assaulted and rapedby onage of the Lord Bishop of $6,000LITTA
a truck driver. Burns was Nassau, the meeting which was ,
arrested for Investigation by well attended, was opened ,by I S.C. (ANP) A
Detective Sgt. Thompson, and the president, C. H. Reeves. Negro gunman on foot Tuesday
placed In a passing taxi. He attempted Gerald Cash was chairman and got away with $23,000 In cash Real Estate Rentals
to take the gun from I the message for the occasionwas when he robbed a bank, but he
the police and was shot duringthe delivered by the Dean of lost a shoe and part of the
struggle. I Nassau. Other outstanding money while making his es -'-
speakers were also on the program cape.

-p than A petition 500 women signed and by men more was accompanied. The singing by the of Police carols Band.was robber Police Is said a Henry they Parnell.believe The the 1009 H.W. 2nd Ave.Phone

presented to the House of Assembly I I tipoff came when a cousin of .
by the Hon. Gerald Cashon the suspect was found in a car
Dec. 15. The petition seeks In a ditch In
a nearby
the cpctendlon of the franchiseto Ri ...ORr laIJ1SUFFERERS...., He Is being held In Jail.swamp Police FR 4-0028-FR 4.3853MIAMI
women. It was sent to the I are looking for a car with
Constitution ''Committee. Maryland license plates thoughtto
v TOW MVS Mt write a&", wIDaaf. belong to friends of Parnel;. 36
FLORIDA
Loaded with valuable. road tma.KUlMUIOWOtiIooa.-.. .. I The suspect is known to have, ,
q ICAI.P m..,.u -. P.P 1 a wR& P. "
building machinery, a barge Porno irnMMt.rnt asLlp M i1S ICALDIIca..o. itayed at a motel with friends
owned M .. MK ton aoet s, Pa.oo tPfA.iKa1N
by Symonette Shipyardssprang ern rnAa.Rrn..uovY........... the night before the robbery.In .
a leak and sank on the I
way from Cat Island to Bleu- I his haste, the bank robber
thera on Dec. 11. A passing fish P.su1aJP'r cropped some $5,000 to $6,000of SEE THE
ing boat took the crew back toCat sMr ArMWYmT Yw LM the money he took from the .
..... Island. The outfit was not a.a MII..M /rrildYnL uatta Bank and Trust Co. He
WORLD'SGREATEST
shed his shoes .
apparently to
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the money In a white meal sack.
The robbery took place about
Good Morning JudgeNews noon. I COLORED


From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court PSYCHIC
LOTS FOR
JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, PresidingBy SALE '

.. Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer Build Easy: Terms READER ,

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.r min
Once more the total numberof his wife. Hawkins' White em We take care of financing f
cases Listed for trial In Municipal ployer was present at the trial PROF.
Court was 80 on Monday and offered a very fine character NO MONEY DOWN
DeC. 22. reference In Hawkins' behalf Cash paid for your lots or
I' 1 Hawkins, however, did admit home ire
ALL DRUNKS SET FREEAs ,
his
hitting wife three times

a Christmas present to all with ,a broom, stick. Money loaned on your HUNTER
the day's docket who. were Fol owing his usual warning,. Home Lot
or
...1 ged with being drunk, Judge Judge Johnson fined Hawklnt
nson dismissed the charge $25 or 10 days after finding PROP. HUNTER
against each one and all drunks him guilty of the charge. Baron, JE 8-1340
set free U you *r. tick, worried or In troubU this U the
were on Monday as a
'
peqlal Christmas present from I Among other cases heard and I'I j' place to com*. Don't stay la the rut, push back the
the judge. But the judge warn i disposed of were the following; Toil of bid luck that looms to hold you In your track

should ed each return defendant on that a similarcharge It he I with Johnny disorderly Davenport: conduct, charged by using I Jtd adranco forward by tho help of God uDder tho

following Christmas, the ' profanity, fined $15 or six WIN toadorthlp of Prof. Hunter who has 30 yoars of oxporfonoo _
penalty would be doubled the days. I in spiritualist and occult scUnco. Mak. your

normal figure. So drunks beware. -' Edmond Sherman, charged CASH PRIZESHEAR homo happy. H. will show you how to bypass your

with malicious mischief (destruction ma4a aIM tad sot the things that Ufo demands for you.
Disturbing was the case ot of a door glass valued at
Phillip Hawkins, 25, of 2162 $30, property of Herbert Tho I
NW 5th ave., apt. 4, who was mas Sherman was also charg.
charged with assault and bat ed with assault and battery with
tery on his wife, Detty. The incident hands on Mrs., Mary Larkins) WHO'STALKING
occurred Saturday at the fined a total of $175 or 70 days. -----w----
home where the Hawkins live. John Edward Woods, charged
with disorderly conduct by using _
Mrs. Hawkins told, the court I profanity, fined $25 or ten
that Hawkins beat her with days.
a broom stick for no reason at ON H.
all: : awkins countered with the James W. 'Green, charged'wlt1'l
char e' that Mrs'. Hawkins drinks assault and Battery on Dorothy
very fieavtly, left their'' home Fri' Mae\ Homes. Miss Homes was
day /night and did not return. charged ,with disorderly conduct
unin and in I by creating a disturbance., Each
morning
Saturday .
Leottod .
....,/general mis-conducted. herself as! was 'fined $25, or 10 days.. at . HtsnUr's now psychic studio oaFombrolce
:"J-"" Road, mOot west W flatlands) Fla. oa

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"Th. Peoples1 Newspaper" .

Strike at Segregation j I I SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1959 PAGE .11 I.';, L.

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ong support for the forces
strike down brlt's selection will automaticallymove ,
|lug to racial DR. NABRIT -
stice has come from twor him up as the president i
> religious sources the AWARDED SCHOLARSHIPSMarch ELECTED TO of the ACSS in the 1960-61

colic Bishops of the United ----------- school year.
lea and the Council of Bishop's: '- BOARD OF ACSS !
F
I he Methodist Church.

Texas (ANP) -
Houston, -
: ASTHMATICSWant
be Catholic hierarchy, at a
to released by
According news
ting In Washington, D.C., ex- the Association of Colleges and simpl, effective reI i e f
ssed the view that enforced 4 Secondary Schools Dr. S.t.' from choking, racking broo:
(negation "cannot be recon Nabrit, president of Texas chUl asthma spasm? Get genuine
]>d with the Christian" view of Southern university was elected Breatheftsy see what you
fellow man. 2nd vice president of the Assocation have been missing. There's no
at Its recent meeting In substitute for original Breath-
Methodist
Che Bishops' meet.in Louisville easy inhalant and nebulising set
Cincinnati, reaffirmed Get comfort by breathing Guaranteed
Ir support .of the Supremeurt Dr. John Codwe',1:l, outgoing .
decision on segregation in president of the organization J & J DRUG DEFT. STORE
i pubic schools and "earnest gassed the scepter of leadershipto
urge all our people to accepte incoming president Dr. J, A.
rulings of the courts In good. Colston, who Is president of
llth"The! Knoxville College, Tenn. Beautiful Home

W. E. Combs, State supervisor On' Large Lot
Catholic Bishops based of Dimes-raised funds provided scholarship awards for of secondary schools in the department I
lelr view of enforced segregationtwo Bessanderson Williams, Atlantic City, NJ., for physical therapy I of education of Tallahassee I Your lot can be a paymenton
"fundamental reason's." courses at Boston University Charles Keleford, Nashville, Tenn.. and L. S. Cozart, presi '
'Legal' segregation, or any f.r medical research at Medical College, and Eva B. dent of Barber Scotia college, this 4-bedroom new
Ewing, Denver, Colo., for medical social work at the University
[>rm of compulsory segregation, Concord N.C, elected
were lit 1581 IN.W. 56th St.
of Denver. The znultl .
Itself and by its very nature new -million-dollar scholarship program of vice .
president and
The National Foundation will 505 secretary re
provide scholarships for young
luposes a stigma of Inferiority 3-5
spectively of the association. Open p.m.
people interested in career preparation for nursing physical therapy
pen the segregated people. occupational: therapy, medicine and medical social> 1POr1k. Since the presidency is a revolving Baron JG 8-1340
yen if the now obsolete court The 1959 March of Dimes evens JM. -- appointment, Dr. Na-
octrlne of 'separate but equal'
lad been carried out to the full- , w ,' ,__ -....

1st extent, so that all public and
FOR
BETTER
PICTURES See
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[eml public facilities were in

[act equal, there Is nonethelesshe Ex-Slave Dies at 109 Yrs.
judgement that an entire Johnson of MiamiDinners
[ace, by the sole fact of race and .

Regardless of Individual qualities I CHICAGO (ANP) A Ne Parties
Weddings Passports
is not fit to associate on equal .gro woman who spent her girl -
erms with members of another : hood as a slave In Alabama died Something New Added to Home Movies
ace. We canot reconcile such a here in Chicago this week. A
'judgment with the Christian view ,grandson gave her age as 109. the Neighborhood Baby Pictures ,A Specialty
of man's nature and rights. ,
Robert Willis, 62, said his Body Building GymIN
409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294
The Methodist Bishops recalled grandmother, Mrs. Mandy Willis,
their past formal support of fixed her age on the basis of re OPA LOCKA

the Supreme Court decision out membering' that she was 14 year Boys stop and take a look at .. .11"
laving school segregation: old when she first heard other the amazing. Mr. Zeak. He will MNa ""' NIUI "" _w. ,
slaves discuss Abraham Lincoln's Uthlest and
'
h
took the
"We seek with guidance of the help yon
Holy Spirit to create that kindof Emancipation Proclamation In feel >our best at all times. Zeak WORLD FAMOUSWMBM
1863 will put flesh on that skinny
social climate which will
work toward the elimination of Mrs. Willis never learned how structure of yours. So visit '
NW
Home Gym, tOOlS
y/eak' .
friction between any and all racial to read and write and she spent I 152nd St. Zeak will be remembered
groups and ultimately most of her adult life in Corinth, Zeak" for his
"Super
achieve the realization uf Chris in as
Miss. She camp to Chicago building land
at body
tian brotherhood In all com 19.5.She. prowesx lifting, which 'he Introthiced -
weight
munity relations North and .
at Nwwau on a competitive TOPS IN LISTENING .
I South and everywhere In the told of having seen .
.. world." Yankee soldiers roving the scale. Zeak wiw alr+o one of ... .' t It I I'
the stalwarts of St. Agnes" track 'Y
dur
countryside on horse back '
States. and field team. Boys see Zeak, THE KING COLEMAN SHOW
The Bishops said they were ing the War Between the
"disturbed" by bombings of She never identified the corn the Body Builder and you maybe THE GOSPEL BLIND BOY SHOW
the first Mr. Miami by public
churches, synagogues and munlty where she lived as a r
schools, &Dd' reminded their child. opinion In the very near future..124r1 e THE BUTrEK AU. SHOW : .
people that "to obey the law 4
only when It suits us Is to Invite She is also survived by a LOCAL NEWS WITH El'-LIOTT'! J. PIEZE I, "
others to do likewise and that great-grandson, George Willis, -

u'timately leads to anarchy." 42. I REV. IRA McCALL r .'. '
They called for reaped for law"as 1 .

a Chrstlan moral obligation" Shell, Oil Chances 800 ON YOUR RADIO 5 Ic..IIItC'I8I f

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Nursing EducationAt I L.
120 Million in .. ""' w MNN ...
NHS '
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Practical Nursing Education Is MANAGING AND MAINTAININGMORE

a nation wide program offeredto (ANP) Shell
those persons who are Inter British Petroleum Co., has spent THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITSIN

ested in becoming members of 10000.000; in prospecting for DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES
the Health Teams of America. oil In Eastern Nigeria. Thus far
The program of practical nursIng the company, while getting some wmtKan.
is established and planned has Nevertheless g' The Largest Organization of
to meet the specific demands of anyucgreat well
our community, to offer training officials say the company will its Kind in The South Serving''
to interested persons and to pro; continue its exploratory program, 9
vide hospitals, nursing homes, pending considerably more this Colored People"For
health centers, and the com year than in 1957 when the out 1<11
munlty In general with a source lay was some 42000000. up Fast, Efficient Service"I Call LpIiEBIDENTS
of trained I
practical nurses. David Fleming, general manager COMMUNITY 'DRUGS

The program of practical nurs of Shell, said "he company's
ing education offered at Northwestern expenditure plans should be con- 6760 N.W. 15th Arm. II
Senior High School, li vincing evidence that Shell PD
accredited again this year 'toy the be'leves not only In the future I
Florida State Board of Nurse potential of this country but Y, INC.
Registration and Nursing Education also in the future of an Independent Drive Carefully

and Is also approved by Nigeria. .
the Florida State Department of .
Education. "I 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Anyone who wishes to enroll FREE Pick-up and
in the February Practical Nursing For 1860 N.W. 73rd 8T PL $.127HI
Service on
class at the Northwstern Senior Delivery 3461 GRAND AVI. ) 42447NH ,
High School, please call Plata Prescriptions 4240 .N.W. 07 AVE. B.S466 r
*-5491 for further information 7102 N.W. 14TH JIVE PL 1-0327
SERVICE
"-- 6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. PL t.flt90 !. .
DRUG STORE 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE CE 6-3883 ,
J. B. SMITH Pcrrlne I
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"Prescription: Compounding 1022 N.W ITH ST.Ft. JA 2-3474 I .
ELECTRICSERVICE' t:; Sp.el.lleU"! Laurfsrrfals
339 HAMMONDVILLE WE I-3236 ,
: Sundries Gifts 'RD., omjiane
i Patent Medicines 14460 N.W. 22ND AVE MU S0617PR
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Electrical Contractor Op Lock -
Greeting_ Cards 2100 N.W. 3rd C1. 4-6311
HOUSEWIRING"Don't 1019 N.W. 6th STREET
Call as" 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave. Ft. Laud rdsl JA 2-3474.
CUM MAIN QFFICB
SIDNEY T. cox FRanklin 3-2932 T
, PHONE NE 6-3053 ,Rep red Pharmacist Phone 1163 N.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3-M1G .

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THE,'MIAMI TIMES' "rrhe PeoplesNewpaper> :
--- New Year's Day (his birth
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-12 SATURDAY JANUARY'3 1059IT "
PAGE. such celebrations s' *Th& boys" say
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.:!l it i looked like .;-olfl t;uu s auJ

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17 '< The Christmas holidays were forming in the Orange 'Bowl, HOUSE. bedroom. Tor
reco loaded ,entertainment.. I am Thursday., There was an integralti coup e. Stove, rofrl't'rator': H 'u
Pro ; Pauline, Smith and sister, : hlrh sohool band here from $15 a week. 1371 NW 53t' -I,
deal
JIeloji ,Hlgga, along with their Oklahoma. The lone colored mem .
taUt VlaUfag friends Doris James, ber of the Oklahoma: band lived ROOM. Private entrain! :
and OX 1.1690 or come to lO' l ..
Richmond' Virginia and Marie at the Carver hotel. His mates -
Com,
parts,,,' Norfolk', enjoyed their were quarterd at Lindsey Hopkins 69th st.
Blat btajr, here': . The W. 0. Turn school '. . Della Reese Is

wa4 ))lers (Thelma) of Turner's Kindergarten vowing theme at the Fontaine- u_, __
mot ( were joyful throughoutthe beau . Dilly Strayhorn, brainsof
flan holidays her mother and the Duke Ellington crew.
!
on Jon OPPORTUNITYThe FOR SALE I IVU1sie 'brothers were down from tho 'checked In at the Sir John this House For Rent

was Greater Miami Urban LOT Reasonable price Nassau Steel City . Sarah and Arnetb Week. f.I '
.
who League announces, job opportunities Road Bethel 4V ,.. .
Front Wolf Bailey 2nd another boy, arrived '
-p
for the following positions I Sundries, 6828 NW 18th ave. I five days before Christmas . I I' B'' Large bedroom!
Ri Phone OX 18765. Charlie Anderson Jr. is home for Negroes sat In the s"-called
Police officer, steno clerk I, :. All Tile 1-eatur :i
frODston section" of the
"white
laboratory assistant, carpenter, 'I the ho.idays. Aside from Barber Orange
probation officer, electrician BY OWNER School in Texas, the cat is Bowl Thursday. Several bought .. Unfurnished Practical! MAll ".,
painter,
al. '
tickets in the north and south
operator, $20 Coldspot screaming about oil wells out
steam plant Typewroter ;
,
o'clcrece stands and nobody said "a mumb- Jalousy Windows
key punch operator, recreation Electric refrigerator $20; Bunk that way. However they can't flow "
word. also did it
supervisor I (female), sign !beds with ladder $20; Cornices enough to keep him there . ling They
without incident at the Miami-
men vehiole Hlghrlser bed The Jake Kinchen (Evelyn) had $25.00 Week
alnter, cook I, motor ex double bed $15; . .
by Oregon Dec. 6 TheC.
arre aminer/ life guard I, key punch with covers and pillows $15; two their cousin, Violet Allen, down M. Jolllvettes game New Years Par-
Det< operator trainee. burner electric stove $3; odd from Phllly for the holidays and real . 5811 NW 24th Ave.
'' ty was a wlngdlg The
drapes bedspreads, Wallace Francis Church of tho "
plat dishes, cups, Omega-Delta, dance
at
For detailed information regarding pillows, step ladder stool $1; I i Incarnation wedlock and reception < Bayfront -
tern the above jobs contact washtub $1; outside door,; two Dec. 28 rates a congrat . Auditorium the night after

the H. Allen Wheatley Jr., of the case automatic soda machine I I Raymola Johnson, first gift from Christmas was a real classy affair _._.._......__"_.'_ _._._ _.._.
the Greater Miami Urban League, $50; picture frames; miscellan- Santa William (Dill; ) Peoples Is Wonder why more formalaren't '
located at 395 NW First St. or eaous tools, hardware, paint displaying on the left hand (andshe's given during the holidays GIVE. GIVE TO THE
,A; when so many people are in town?
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call FR 1-6476. electric supplies large, In smiles),
and ;
thaiprea I Shaddie Ward, the 15th ave.. UNITED FUND! !

work bench $10; automobile roof fog .-p B-e beer baron, treated his regular .-...-..---.-.-.--...--..-.-
sem ; ...,: lenses 25c pair; 1 carton
on : WANTED ing strips and roofing supplies; ,' ,,
the i awnmower/ $3; hamper $1. UNion
HELP WANTED 6-2289 790 NE 79th St.I .
to Offer
'
Special
Coo HIGHEST BEACH WAGES paid .
"!' #
to' nurse maids, cooks, to live in .
I Madam Mars, Gifted Public AihlMxr iimlHeller
and ,
I or out. Handymen porters I
bull* experienced, getting $50. Hotel) James E. HicksPHOTOGRAPHER ) Lady you nil know from Center

own! maids some six-day at $35. I Hill, now conveniently locnttil close to )011

spn We will give $2.00 transportation at 239$ NW 27th Ave, Miami, Via (who
to any hostess bringing us
way a live-In girl we place. Salaries, Ultra Fine Portraits in ; comes from f\ long line of ilescnulnnts' of

lug thei $35-$60' weekly (Come early in Color or Regular e gifted in-ople In this work and has holped

the' morning with your clothes.) Outside "al's' Groups thousands of All walks of life solve their
Cat. I \\HOLi: WOULD for
Weddings, Socialist Jumps
', problems and overcome bail luck, and guide
', See Mrs. Mac at '
Studio: Great Satchrao. "The joint was
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them to successful living.
RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT 2440 NW, 60th St. jumpin?" Not that this review .
,'J ,AND NURSING SERVICE really refers to the LIbClty Thea I, Madam Mars, now take this opimrtunit) to jH'rM>n ll)' in

432 Espanola Way on the Beach Phone N E 3.3166 tre as a "Joint", but figuratively vito those of you who ''are in doubt of (unseen<<'n imeis to onmo

speaking, that's the only way to in and let me convince )'OU. I will not only :avail tho general
describe' the effect of LouisArmstrong's
... . -.r. ';'I! music conditions of your life !land tell you what your trouble is, but

) FOR RENT I I audience when his had film on"Batch-the 'will help you in luck health restore lost nature, job, happy

2 BEDROOM APT, Stove, refrigerator mo The Great" made its local home.. true friendship and success in life.

water free. Only $17 per debut through United Artists My special] work Is known thousands. The Nkeptlcnl! ones

week 844 NW 70th St., apt. 6. $300 Down release. of you who have never had true help are especiallywelcome..

o Phone, NA I'16953. .. J3 3-Bedroom, lining room, Edward R, Murrow and Fred The idly curious and pranksters\ are not.

of ''Nice; 'furnished room in Floral dining ,room, bedroom, tile W.The' Friendly Great," produced and the narration"Satchmo Sincerely,

cipi Park, 1928,''NW 69th St. bath. See . .
Is by Mr. Murrow. The Arm MADAM MARS
Deq'fe
' strong band consisted of Satchmoon
1' MODERN bedroom apt, stove,
767 N.W. 66th St. Edmund Hall
trumpet, on
refrigerator and water, quiet. clarinet Well-known, throughout the world from
Trummy Young on trombone
,
Inquire 844 NW 70th' at. apt. 5 Center Hill
Darrett Deans on drums,
:,1114 NA 16953.NICE Billy Kyle on piano and Arvell Attention! Local Address:

M.WjJ tfT FURNISHED room in Shaw Lucile and Armstrong Jack Leaberg, Satch's on bass.wife 2590 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami, Florida

, agalwer Bunohe Park section of 0 p a $400 Down and vocalist Velma Mldd: ton OPEN ''DAILY 9 A.M. to 8 P.M.
Ltoka., For single man only. For
made up the distaff side of the
Bpet information call NA 1-6664. Home and Income entourage.

the .
See -p B-
ed ROOM at 141 NW 9th St. Our Classified \Columns: Get, Fast Results
.hot See Miss Montgomery apt. 1.JS1. Forest Reynolds Jr. was a
1325 N.W. 59th St.
chat member of the Marie Band per .
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"peni ',N' .
NICE r
nor) ROOM In private home \..r '.1.
Quiet neighborhood. Convenientto

warD buses 14, 15, 23. Lady pre- " ,
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ferred. 2440 NW 60th at., phone $2,000 ,Down
Phil NE 33166. '

NW APARTMENTS 4 unit CBS, nicely furnish.
chi: with one bed ,'
tern room, living room, kitchen, bath ed, in excellent location. ZENOBIA

tide room with shower and tub, un Income $400 monthly.

furnished., 524 NW 22nd St.,
IBM 2946 NW 46th St., 422 NW 14th

\ T rr., $15, weekly., FR 8-3576., . iS ) ,.."" ,,!t' '.., I. ,. ",,-..,
thatall. -

ab", ROOM. Will consider one child. :: '( }J' $750 Down "A.D. 272
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$10 per week. Call, ,FR 71241. '. .. .
chat ,i
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CBS Duplex k
,very APT."Living"
2-BED OOM11 ,
,day kitchen, stove and refrigerator, .
u Brownsville area. Call NEwton'

sc eft' 4-3933. . QUEEN OF A,VAiT AND

e. ROOM FOR RENT. Private' $t250,; Down .. .

home. Private entrance 1387 WEALTHY EMPIRE. THAT WAS

I NW 60th st., phone PL 4-1582 New.CBS home. See . f ., ..
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... or. .MU 89746. a !t FOUNDED KiN' 80tOMdN,3HE
2248 N.W, 51st Terr. .
NJW bedroom house, tile bath, "'
utility room, unfurnished. Adults. irL; .i: WAV SECOND ONLY TOLLED PAIR" AIN
NW 59th, st. $17 weekly. Phone .

,-J HI 8.6986., _J IL'\q'\ FAME ND CHARM,ACCORDING

ROOM. In new ''home. Price reasonable. CHARLES H. PYKE

; Call NE 41707. I% \
L TO ROMAN HISTORIANS A WOMAN

room apt. furnished. Also REALTOR .i

large room, single or double. OFMANYTALENTS/SHE
Apply 643 NW 22nd St., or call
FR 99858.I I I 'I!. PLaza 7-8151 .
LED HER OWN ARMYCONQUEREDQUEEN

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shipped Friday .morning, Dec, 19 THE.MIAMI TIMESr OTi .: qpl(!.' N ,pa>>erl' '

to Savannah, Ga., where ,burial I ; '..
MEMORIALS services will e.1 I :3 19S9 '. ,. fAGE-/ta J
be conducted 'by t SATURDAY* JANUARY : ,, ;

Sidney-Jones Funeral Home. ___. __ ___
....-- ------ He is survived''' by a' devoted. u

OF THANKS sister, Mrs. Green of Savannah Evergreen, Memorial Cemetery. daughters; and other relatives t
:ARD a nephew, Johnnie Jones of Miami Local \services, were conductedon

DEATHST. and other relatives Funeral sservlces" ; for Thomas Deer 30 and its remains were

The family of the late, Mlms of 1455 NWlst st. 'will beheld sent to" Jackson: Miss, where 4

LYDIA D. LUCAS., Freddie McCall, who died on onr Saturday { 'Jan.3. 'Thetime final ritee'wluJbe\ conducted,

', tm's to thank Its many friends Dec. 12 In Homestead, w a,"s and place will tie announced \

Ind neighbors for cards, letters, . buried in the County Cemetery at,. a later date '. I Gilbert'!Jlomero.ofv.akilled dal

eI.. "tarns, ,flowers and other exr I He Is .survived' by.'his, mother, i ins-a' 1)tghwa1'ac l $t on
,)ions of sympathy extended Hammle McCall of 1264 NW House of and father' and; > sister. Inter the, morning* of:'Dec.' J5t ';AtfoJge-: .

L. i II Its recent bereavement I 70th St., died December 17 at Albert . ment will be Evergreen.: ., meats are. at this. ;.tlmeMn r ( .

ti i,.'r"al+ thanks to the pastor, Kendall Hospital. The body was ...__: pl9te. > : .'
Sandra .
Elaine Hart 3, daughter : - \
'i mt; pastor, officers and Funeral services for Mrs. An -
of Mr. and Victor
',nhiTS of Mt. Tabor Baptist of Mrs. Hart nle Darrell of '713 NW 3rd Ct,, CARD Otf tHANKS
2380 NW 73rd Terr., died ,
'till", ''h} and Range Funeral' IN MEMORIAMIn who died, on Deo I8'were held, ,
Dec. 15 at home Funeral services The family of the lateI
Dec 29 the Interment
for services In chape)
I I.'"? Davis Lucas, husband en ered.a: were conducted on Dec. 19 war held In Dade. County Ceme ---- .- ..__.._-- _._. _---
loving memory of our wife in the chapel with the Rev Ran
\ nd Family mother, grandmother, ,tery. .
-1 dolph Thompson officiating. Surviving ,il .
are her parents, a grandmother Funeral'services'" for Eugene
"
: >.: : two sisters and three I W, Reed. of the B&L Farm I
[ OF
CARD THANKSThe .+ brothers. Burial In Evergreen Quarters In' Princeton who 'died ;

Cemetery. Dec. 22 at Dade 'County hospital,
family of the late : was held Monday, Dec. 29 in the

PERCY EDWIN-CLARK Funeral services for Mrs. chapel. Interment ,was. at Dad e

In died on Dec. 13, and wash .'.., Bobble Baker, of 6165 SW 62nd County- :
Jh on Dec. 2t' wishes to : Terr, South Miami, who died In .

hi. I k the many friends and Jackson Hospital, Dec. 16, was Funeral 'services' for Leslie Oil-

(,II'' hors 1 for their wonderfulI conducted on Saturday, Dec. 20, Hard of 2925 NW, 44th' 'St., who

,I ''i i,"ss shown to us during our } 2:30: p.m. at the Mt. Nebo Baptist died on Dec. 29 will be conducted '

or sadness. Our special Church. Rev. J. E. Murray Saturday, Jan. 10, 2:30: p.m. -- '

I'I' ,i 1i ks to Temple Ilaptist Church, ..(.../.4. I officiated Mrs. Baker Is survived at the New Hope Baptist Church .- 1 .
II ''I Astor, Rev. L. A. Thompson, with Rev. J. E. Brown, officiating
? : by a husband, Nathaniel, parents,
,
i-, and members; to the ,: s Survivors include a wife, a
r Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Price; a
F I''Id i Funeral Home and its ./ $ son, 2 children and 2 uncles.
sisters
son, two and two uncles.
-: ," for their kind and efficient I Interment will be held at Ever
t. ers and two aunts
!It'p< to us. May God bless t. green Cemetery.

of you. Richard Woods of 240 NW I

Mi Mother'S. Clotilda and' D Mackey,. rd 17th st? died Dec 20. Arrangements Range .
Family
are Incomplete.The .
David Baker of 14145 NW it ..
22nd st. died at Lantana Sanatorium -1
J Minnie John ,
of Mrs.
IN MEMORIAM ; } body on Dec. 25 He Is survived BISHOP 'THEOPHILUS.. HUNTER
son of 316 SW 4th ave.;, Homestead I thank their
wishes to many
by one sister, one brother
who died Dec. 20 In Jackson '
,
friends for comforting expreHslons
and other relatives. Funeral services
memory of our wife moth '
I HosDltal was sent to Rochelle 'their
during1
will be conducted Saturday of sympathy
on
nd grandmother, I MRS. ANNA BAILEY WALTON Ga. Friday Dec. 26 for : M)
'
I I1 bereavement.
hours of
MRS, FLORENCE HANNA I Jan 3, 1 p.m. at St. .
who departed this life Dec. 22 funeral services and burial. She "
\1 departed this life on Jan. 11954. Will. Paul AME Church of Coconut Special, thanks to our plU\lqr.\ .;
is survived husband
by ,
a
i 1'147.'' Gone, Cut not forgottenThe It has been four years since I Grove, with Rev, T C. Kelley'of- Bishop Charles. f, Mackey, Dish-,: t

Family I you left us mother} only seem' as Rullle Cephus of 1131-A NW ficiating. op Knowles, Bishop Henry Cuff,

yesterday. Our lore for you shall 68th st, died In Jackson Hospital tls Bishop J/ Kemp and fell ,they
other ministers. Thanks to, the
always linger ;
on. Dec. 23. The body was sent i4
IN MEMORIAM .Somewhere beyond the rainbow', to Amerlcus, Ga. Dec. 26 where I : ,, members of the Church. Pt.OQdj '
r' neighbors of
end of Prophecy, the
I ift 'loving' memory of our dear Skies are bright an'd fair ,.. funeral services and burial will A 5th court and, 19th it., the staff
be conducted. area
and brother, Vo shadows dim-" no darkness Survivors LI and executive director of.<:tne
wife Mrs. Carrie Cephus, a
tails Greater Miami Urban League,

The land Is peaceful there brother, sister, two daughtersand L' the Range Funeral Home fo'r '
tour sons. efficient service and the many
And someone with the. power to
heal donors of cars
6Qy
Mrs. Johnnie Mae Brooking of Mrs. Letchla Hunter, wife-
To guide and understandIs
1831 NW 4th ct., died Dec. 22, And Children '. '_ j
waiting there to calm our ..
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ir:1 And fears take us by the hand Funeral services were conducted n tw lP' .

So when a dear one heeds his Dec. 29 at 2 p.m. at the } far

cal; Friendship Baptist Church, Rev I 'f

: Our hearts should be at rent C. J. Burney officiated with r

"or there beyond the rainbow'send burial In Paradise Memorial p
Gardens She is survived by nine .
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A loving God knows best sons and tour daughters. ,

The Walton Family =; ;-
1WlFLIAM Services for Mrs. Daisy Whit 'rl" rr'

ter Watson of 15965 NW 22nd De fine.

IN MEMORJAM Ct., Opa Locka, who died In And all thy children shall .

Jackson HosDltal Dec 24 was be taught of the Lord, and
?
;,:. .
In sad but loving memory of, conducted on Dec. 30 In the -- -- great shall be the peace of '

JOHNNIE LOVE hapel! Rev. Randolph Thompson Mrs. Martha Walker of 2981 thy children.-(Isaiah 154 all.)
who died January 3, 1956. officiated with burial (In NW 50th st, was pronounceddead '
Gone, but not forgotten. t'aradtae Memorial Gardens. She on arrival at Jackson Me We seek the best there fs

Annie' Lois Love, wife is survived by two brothers and morial Hospital on the eveningof for our children in schooling ,

Four sons, three daughters two sisters Dec. 25. She Is survived by and material happiness. But .+

Bertha Surrency, her husband, Edward, two the greatest gift that parents '

mother in-law Mrs. Stella Hanna, 430 NW daughters, several sisters and can give their children is religious !

JORDAN FANNIN 20th St., apt. 7 died In Jackson brothers and other relatives. training and devoted I
who died January, 1968. Services conducted Wed ,A
were on
IN MEMORIAMIn Hospital on Christmas day. She example in the home, ford:
The Family nesday, Dec. 31 at Greater I "
was funerallzed at Ebenezer Israel Bethel Baptist Church these will comfort and su ,.
Had but loving memory of Methodist Church Dec, 27 at 1 I
with the Rev P D, Brantley officiating taut them the rest of their }
wife and mother, Rev. Aaron Hall officiated.
IN MEMORIAM our dear lJ.m. % Burial was held In lives. ,.\.
I Ij Survivors are a grandson, Herman Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. .. ... -"""./
I Pride a student at Albany '
of dear mother .' st1t ,"" I.
In our ? '
memory
State CoMege, a. brother and Cliff Mangum of 3215 NW ...,.. .La....., t, I
."" .. ...,. two daughtes' law of Delray: 48th St., apt4 died at his residence ." '".. ... \" ', .

Beach. Interment In Evergreen on Dec. 25. lie Is survived

Cemetery by his wife, Roberta, four Drive Carefully! I


Ernest Smith Jr., of 1510 NW

1st ave.. died at home Dec. 2$,

Funeral services will be held In JAMES'

the chapel Saturday, Jan. 3, at

3 p.m, with Rev. R. Keaton officiating

A wife, a brother-in-law,, '
5 & lOc STORE "
slater, niece survive. Burial In

Evergreen.
.1 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone PR 3-9481'

v . .. t: Baby boy Newsome, son of
i' .'.j
'
Mr. and Mrs. George Newsomeof
a'I .1 4806 NW 25th ct., died In
SAVE THAT BUS FARE!
....
.,,1
. Jackson Hospital Dec 13 and
,,,, .t ,f! .
J was laid to rest Dec. 17 .
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.; .,) Children' Sweater, Warm Sock, ,
4 of.. . ea. pr 29e
The Infant of Mr. and Mrs.
,..' 'lt son '.,10 Rayon Hoe, 40
., 4,- 1"- t Flue Lovett of 6201 NW 17th pr. *
.....:..trJlf1.u..J Children' Hat, en. 6 y0
-. '"---: -. - ave., apt. 203 died Dec. 13 In Ladles' Undershirt, e*. BO*

MRS. PEARL FERGUSON' Jackson Hospital. Burial Dec. Children' C21ove, e*. 45* r..Uf' Hweter e*. '1.89 .

.... who departed this life January 17. ChIM'0 Undershirts, en. .; 0* '
., '
'WKf! '' I --- Warm Jacket, e*. l.OH Tee Hhlrtft, e*. 85*
2, 1958 Cotton I>re* elt, No 1.00
MAUDE' WILCOX Gone, but not forgotten. I Francis . Warm Pant, j>r. ..()()
who departed this life Dec. 16, "Though life goes on for us, It ''I Nylon lose, pr. 7H* Head Scarves ea. 60,
Funeral services for Mrs.
be
1957. will never, never aa happy .
Dre Materials, yd. IWf Hlmpllclty Pattern, e*. 80
Rachel Green of 1234 NW 67th *
take
r ll 11 n on mother and your : and enjoyable a* It was when .
rest, you ware with u*. st. who died Dec. 27 will be .

We love you but God lovts you The love and understanding held Wednesday 1 p.m. at the 'T

best that you ihared with no many, chapel. A resident of the Miami Money Order Sold Every Day. Monday through Friday, 7:45a

Icalah Wilcox, husband has and shall always remain In area for the past 42 yean, Mrs. >m., Til5 'p.nu. fUturtlAy Hll 0' p.m*-Cloed Sunday. to go
our hearts as a monument of Green had accumulated quite a
Isaiah WIlcox Jr., son to Church.CARDS .
George WIlcox, lion our devotion to you" number of friends. SarMvor In -

Samuel Ferguson, husband elude a son and a grand daughter .
WIlcox. .
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ST. MARY'S' W. M. Promise." Both choirs furnish'

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Sunday School began at 9:30 ed.The
.I 7 p.m. devotion was led
i a.m with Bernard Johnson pre
siding. The classes took their by the pasor. His subject was
respective places with the teach. "The Three Wise Men." Both

ers at their posts. The lessonwas morning and evening services
reviewed by John Dullard. were very inspiring. With Mrs.

Cratrcfi We were happy to have our U Higgs at the organ, both
to young students with us for the choirs furnished music and No.

Jqruck holidays and we are praying the one ushers served.
me blessings of God upon them that Love Feast and Testimonial
7. they will reach their goal. service will be on the first Sun'
eco The Rev. Harold V. Stuart day The public is invited to come
Prineat' was in charge of the 11 a.m. and worship with us on the
service. His theme was, "Thls JS Lord's Day. We are still praying
taut I the Day that God Fulfilled His I I I for the sick
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[on ST. JAMES BAPTIST 1 I THE INCARNATION Insure In"rtlon.-Church Editor
[
was whet BTU ................................ 5:30 pan 1835 N.W. 58th Street FIRST UNITARIANOn
Evening Worsuip ............ 7:30 pjn Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar .
Rl Visitors always welcome Veronica O' eny, reporter Sunday, Jan. 4, 11 a.m,
rronBtOEC Sunday School ............ 9:30 am Winter Schedule the Rev. Glenn O. Canfleld Southland Cleaners
Morning Worship ........ 11:00 am Sundays: minister of the First Unitarian
U, I 323 N.W. 14tk St. Church School and Church located on Dixie High

".'dcece Rev. J. L. Johnsen, pastor Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: aon. way at SW 29th road, will speakon 627 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Sunday Services Solemn Sung Mass and the subject, "The Moon and

... Sermon .................... 11:00 a.m. You." ,
icnirre
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Confirmation Instruction for

) y Cleveland Children .................... 5 p.m.E. At 8 p.m. that evening the
CoV Carroll B a
Beach will Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: pjn. Adult Education Committee will I BH
)ett realtor In Pompano ,
Solemn Evensong and sponsor the first in a series of

?lao speak at the Baha'l Center, 137 Sermon ......... ............. 7:30: p.m. recorded music programs at the
tern] NW 11th ave., 7:45: p.m. Sunday, Tuesday: home of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Carver Hotel
will be W.
the January 4. His subject
St. Vincent's ,Acolyte Guild Fishkoff, 1760 NW 50th St.
"The Path to God. All races
the Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. Community Group No. 3 will
and faiths are cordially Invited. have discussion meeting .
Wednesday: a general

A, Low Mass .................... 6:30 ajn. on Friday, Jan. 9, 8:15: p.m., i| Room
that ST. MATTHEW AMEZ Evensong and Meeting of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dining

;kernl res 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. Ronald Platt, 2421 NW 15th St. I

Rev. A, H Ferguson, pastor Thursday: .. "

on the Sunday School ................ 9:45: sin The Choir of St. Michael's GREATER NEW BETHEL OPEN DAILY 7 A.M. .11 p.m.
And All
............ 11 .... Angels .
to Morning Worship Rehearsal .................... 5:30 p.m. Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Serving Breakfast Lunch and Dinner..
Coq !Evening worship ............ 7:30: pjn. Friday: Mrs. R. Conley, clerk ,

St. Cecelia's Choir
za TRINITY WESLEYANRev. Rehearsal.... ............. 8:00: pjn. On Christmas morning Greater an > FOOD BY LULA
bur Angelic host gathered at
owepri I George E. Johnson, pastor NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mass Bethel proclaiming the birth ol '
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Jesus Christ in a before day ser the best Steaks Chops Chicken
Sunday School ..............._ 1 a.za High Mass and Benediction of vice. Serving ,
way Morning worship ....;..............11OC: the Blessed Sacrament on All In the
ing then Young People's Meeting 5 p.m. Feast Days.Weekends.: Low mass on all air""There was was the subject a singing on which. Corner N.W. 9th St. and 3rd Ave. ,

Cat holy and Saints' Days. Rev. C. McCrary spoke. Testimonials

CORINTH ,BAPTIST Solemn, Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on of Thanksgiving from ,

1450 N.W. 69th St. all Feast Days. each attending member followedthe ............................................... ... .............. ................... ... ................. ..................................................--...................... .
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor wonderful Christmas message. .
Phone NE 6-1518 NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Sunday morning we were
Services every Sunday honored with the visitation of a I COMMUNITYDRUG

Sunday School.......... 9:30 a.m. James E. Brown pastor White minister and Missionary
Service 11 Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporter"I Rev. J. Washer, who deliveredthe
Morning .... ..... fum. I
Evening Service ..?.... 7:30: p.m. Not Ashamed of Tho message on the subject, "For'' U STOlE
am The Truth, Sake." His messagewas ,
Gospel." That was the subject
taken from II John and 2nd
BETHANY BAPTIST .
that wan selected In our mornIng -

307S N.W. 46th St. services, and so dllllgently verse. COR. N.W. 15th Ave. &' 6th St.

Rev. Rudy KtaUa, pastor delivered by R ,v. C. W. Wll Our pastor delivered Sunday

0 Sunday School _...... f:30 ajto. Hams, pastor of the Mt. Beau evening's message on the sub PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut
ofdpi Morning Service ......... 11 urn. lah Baptist Church of LaGrange ject, "I Thank The Lord For

[ BTU __w............... 530: fa Ga. He took his text What He Has Done For Me." Rate Drugs Free Delivery
Deb, Evening Service ............ 7J, yja from the Book of humans, 16th His message was taken from St4 I
Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:31 ,.m. verse. then In our evening ser Luke 11:23.Greater COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SIRVIOI
AL1a vice our beloved pastor came to Bethel says, "May the lEAL TilT ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. us with a message that Is longto Christ spirit that now dwells
be remembered in the hearts I high with everyone during this PHONE OXford 1-7515
4th Ave. and 16th Terr. and minds of everyone that was Yule Tide season linger all
Phone I'RI'* present. Subject' "Eternal Sat through the New Year." C. M. JOLLIVETTE 8R., Prop

agar MASSES isfaction." He took his text from ........... ....... ................................................._ ..._ ... L ....
Dally .................._.._. asls the book of Psalm 17th verse TEMPLE BAPTIST
we'.pet ,I Sunday ........ 7 a.m. It 1:30 am and as usual he preached out of
his soul. Services on next Sunday Christmas services were quite
led the MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. will be as usual with our I Inspiring. The Rev. N. F. Clark,
of services. pastor of St. "Matthew's Baptist j
In charge
shot E. M. Thomas, pastor pastor !
Church delivered an Inspiringand
,
All ushers will be expected to
cha Phyllis Myers, reporter 11 a.m. TV REPAIRSNO
work with choir, No. one furnishIng practical message at
[nor pen> "Because of the house of the the music all day. The joint choir was at its best I
[ Lord our God I will seek thy Let us remember that begin* under the direction of C. Am:
I brose and R. Hapburn, with
warD good. nlng Sunday and every Sunday
'
Vernel Strachan at the or
In thereafter our evening services Mrs.
obeying God s command wt CHARGEIf
['Phil began our day with the Sunday will begin at .nix o'clock Insteadof gan. During the evening the
'NWChaJ School which started at 9:45 seven All members and one-hour presentation of an

( a.m. with the assistant superintendent friends as well as visitors 'are thems and carols was very TheMen's Interesting we can't fix it in home
and enjoyable. your
tern In charge. All teacherswere asked to take this change of ser
cid$ present and each claw hada vice under consideration and Chorus gave a good ac

hone large attendance. The lesson judge yourselves accordingly. We count of themselves with Miss 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.--Sunday 10 to 3
was reviewed by Rev. Lane. make It a point to welcome all Elsie Douglas at the organ.
visitors to worship with us and First Sunday services will be
that At 11 a-m the devotion was remember our theme, "Seven as usual. Plan to spend the day DRIVE-IN SERVICE
sl* conducted by Bro. Smith The Days Without Church Makes at Temple
music was_ furnished by the No. One Weak." So by all means Deacon F. E. Dawklns, clerk .
!Shaj# 1 choir Then Rev. Lane, who wasa worship In the church of your of the church, suffered a broken
vef visiting minister, preached the choice, and if you are undecided toe In an accident on his job ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup

day morning's sermon found In 138 about which church to visit, why last week,
unt# Psalm, subject, "Our God Is not come and worship with us? and Delivery-No Charge
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ear Wonderful to Us.

At 6:30: p.m. we had BTU TRIUMPH CHURCH praises went forth. The message
with the president N In charge. for the evening was delivered by
Then we had a very wonderful Prince H. Mobley, pastor Mother M. Williams and her message
program. Sister C. McKinney, reporter came from Isaiah 35:8: and
20:1. Mother V. Mobley TK c01Rssuiiw.ei
Sunday night at 7 o'clock the "Jesus Acknowledged As The Matt. : .
the closing remarks and
devotion was conducted by Deacon Christ" was the subject of the gave st'RADIOS aa'
wonderful. We
Bealum. The music for the lesson on Sunday past. The lesson both were were +
honored to have the pastor of the
hour was furnished by the No. 2 was very beautifully discus
Church of West Palm
choir. Then our pastor came with I sed by the classes. Triumph
Beach Rev. N. Sconlers and his
the night's message, subject "A ,Our Christmas program w a I + ee
Son is Given," found Isaiah 9:6. rendered by Bro. R. Moultry and family visiting with us. Sunday
,Let us remember the sick and Sister G. Edwards was in charge. being the last Sunday of this
those In need of help. The pub The program was wonderful and ,i year we give thanks to God for

Ho is always welcome to come enjoyed *by all. The children sparing our lives. Happy New
and worship with us at anytime I Year to all.MONROE.
were wonderful with their songs,
speeches and plays. There were
many exchanges of gifts.. Our MUSIC HOUSE American Phono TV Corp.

GRACIE. PRESBYTERIAN pastor and mother Mobley were Everything In Gospel Music'

I ,: .Rev.* James E. Culmer, pastor presented with a token of love Everything for the Church

,> Eddie Edwards, clerk from the church. Hymnals Furniture 1959 Com.mentarles. 2243 N.W. 62nd Street NE 57225I
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:\ ''Sunday School .-....-....... 8:30 am The remainder of the evening Mall orders promptly
Morning worship .... ...-. 11:00: service was conducted: by SisterR. filled. 242<< NW 8th $t., Apt. 6. < ., ' --
Westminster Fellowship ._ 0 pm Edwards and many songs and Fit 3-6493, Miami 36, Fla. : 4, __ ,1' .. : ,< /






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JESCA Day


from page 8 Clark: Gloria Gibson; Talladego: Center NewsThe .. C..is'Lllch..lfe
Mrs. Avis McSmtth. 611 NW Roslyn Williams, Mercedes

15th ave.. Ft. Lauderdale, a longtime Woods. I
I I yuletide season was a P1
subscriber was a pleasant FAMU: Samuel Wilson, Chas.
for all at
visitor at the Times plant on Lassiter. Roger and GwendolynRolle and joyous one and
JESCA's Day Care Center
lst Tuesday. Mrs. McSmtth Janice Aranha.
On Thursdayevening
dropped In to look around ands t Kindergartens.
Dec. 18 the children In
Miss .
*> Just how the Times printed. (\ Hlggs a teacher in E.
at James
the day care center
1 1Mrs. the Virginia public school system
Scott Homes presented a playlet
Beulah B. Carr. former Is spending the holidayswith '
"The Malloian's- Surprise. The
Northwestern High School Inptruclor. her mother and sister Mrs.

visited Miami for the Pauline Smith. Accompanying L: patrons program and was friends.well attended After the by j,

Mtida-s.! She spent time with Miss Hlggs as guests of the tam es" _
refreshments' were
Mrs. A.. E. Edwards, 1730 NW I.)' are Miss Marie Davis of Norfolk program !
served and given an
patrons: were
57th st. and Miss Ethel Blocker Va.. and Miss Doris James
opportunity to socialize together.
5501 NW 21st ate. She Is returning of Richmond Va.
at
The children In the center
to North Carolina- Col- I their
Liberty Square presented
IP?* at Durham where she is a Mrs. Elaine S. Bennett and Iv play "Dere Santa" on Friday
student In advanced education. daughter Karen of Cambridge..
auditorturn.
filled
evening to a well
Md., spent the holidays visiting
( Patrons and friends were tip !
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edgarof her father In Miami. M
Impressed' with both perfor
Canon dale. 111., are now I
visiting Miami as the houseguest Mrs. Ottlllle Parker Prather and \\DINK 1WYAXT mances.

of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Oliver of daughter of Athens, (?a, spent On Saturday Dec. SO the executive :

15771 NW 17th place, in Opa the holidays visiting her mother Little Miss Nadine Bryant director' of the agency

Locka. The entire party including Mrs. Spero P. Coklne. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph surprised! the entire JESCA

the Olivers and the Edgars I Bryant Jr.. of 15735 NW 23rd Staff with a luncheon party. U

arrived in Miami on Dec. 20 and From Nassau came Mr. and rive. Road Opa Locks was was a gay Informal affair

will remain until Dec. 31. Mr. Mrs. Roland Donathan to spendhe chosen the 195 Classic Queen The Hurricane AZA Club ofv

Oliver Is now the head coach at New Year with the Jolll- from the Mumford's Miami High School Donald

Attucks High 'School in Carban- vettes.. ten of 2201 NW Klndergar-I nogisle. president sponsored its

da'e where he is establishing avery I I third annual Christmas Party CLIFFORD IUUY" COMBS

fine record Friends and acquaintances . L.*o Armbrlster an employee for the children in both centers. Proprietor

are happy to have at Eastern Airlines who has I Everyone enjoyed a delicious > and BeverageeW
"n's
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar visiting in 'prn on the Idle list, spent some turkey dinner with all the trimmings .

Miami. i of that time vlnltlng his father and each child receiveda }'NtUI'tDAlI, SpecialsChlMren
iI iI I and other realtlv'>'i at Nassau gift. On Christmas Eve the Under 12 Half Price
I We- Cater Private Parties
Among holiday events was the ----I w children' were taken on a tour to

Bar-B-Q Supper given last Sat Octavlus Kemp, a pioneer see the Christmas displays at Open Dally and Sunday

urday night at the beautiful Mtamlan, made a business trip the Holsum Bakery They enjoyed T aan. to 1 aan

home of the Deny O'Berrys. 1295 II to Nassau a week or so ago. listening to the carols. The You Call We Deliver

NW 71ut street. The 'Berry'sfere Mrs I Children threw pennies into the

charming hosts. Mr. and Harrison Parker wishing we.l. a token for charityas 943 N.W. 2nd Ave.

_- 'ncl children of Washington. they walked through the Phone TR 3.9368

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority DC are spending some time with pathway leading to the display.Our .

entertained more' than 250 her sister and family, Mr. and R
thanks to Mrs Maude

members of the senior classes of firs extended etcher the Paschal.Parkers Courtesies In.'htde . Chandler Mrs. Susie Lowery ,- ...... .... ,... -
local high schools '
our Mon
on (\ a breakfast by her sister, Mrs. Margaret Styles Mr. Samuel

dance.day morning The young with people a breakfast were i Mrs. Paschal and a cocktail by Wilson and Dr. C. M, Jolllvette t' Drive., Carefully!. A.--:
Mrs for transportation! for the tour.
thrilled and certainly enjoyed George Styles. : M New Year to all.
Happy '-" ---
the occasion. t '. '" .....---'" ,
William Deveaux employee at

Oscar Edwards Jr., at home 'he Miami Times office spent 3,

from Morehouse College for the Christmas In Nassau, returning ,. 1IMILS. NOW OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT'
holidays;. entertained his friends on New Year's day This was his
with a Bohemian Party on first visit to the Bahamas and -- - FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP '

Christmas Eve. he is much impressed K. H. MU.MFOnn
421 N.W. 20th StreetThe

Albert dooke who has been The kindergarten Is under the
:
'Cocktails' and Buffet was the Finest Food at Low Price
of Mrs. K. S. Mum-
Indisposed for a week .is making supervision
entertainment provided for rood progress to the delight of ford who was very proud of herupll' WE DO CATERING BUSINESS
friends Dr. and Mrs. C. M.
by
achievement Nadine is
Ills relatives and friends Satisfaction Guaranteed
J/illlvette at their home 1500 '
I I also a member of the Sunday WE SPECIALIZE IN TAKE OUT BOX SERVICE
NW 68th st. on New Year's eve.
School of the Mt. Pleasant
Mrs. Ann Mitchell of Chicago Open Mon. Thru Thur. AtSO a.m. to 19 mldnlto,
''s visiting her brother, Luther Methodist Church in Opa Locka. *
On Monday night Howardltes Bibb of Miami. The pastor is Rev. William Mack. Fri, Sat., Sun., fiiDO aan. to a a.m. r
entertained friends at the Fiesta
Arthur King Owner
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Room of the Mary Elisabeth
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Hotel. Dr. William Campbell, who Is "

I doing his Interne work In Mich FOR SALE D
igan, drove down with his wife
Such a cute invitation was that for the holdays. 2 BEAUTIFUL NEW
of the Danleh Francis' and the

Aonzo: Fanning received by Mrs. Elzabeth: Houston, 1430 HOMES ALONZA FRANCIS' FUNERAL HOM

friends to entertain their house NW 69th St., had quite a family Sympathetic send Economical Service '
2398 N.W. St.
guests! Mrs. Cora W. Hoyt of 67th
reunion at Christmas when three Aionxa
Francis Director and Embalmer
,
New York, sister of Mrs. Fran 6635 N.W. 24th Ave.
,_. cis; Mrs. Eunice Jackson sister sons famlies and gathered a daughter for Christmas and their Dr. J. M. Smith and Mr. Evelyn! Born Bran:

of Mr. Francis, also of N e w dinner. 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH Business Associates

York and Mr. and Mrs. Scott,
Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson UtulneM Manaser
From Detroit came Mr. and
N.Y:, at their home, 1221 NW Wood FloorsGARAGE
67th street on Tuesday, Jan. 3. Mrs. Homer Black and two Spacious. Modern Chapel and Number Room
children: Samuel and Beta; from
And I may mention here the Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Robert 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida

beautiful; Christmas decorationat English, Robert Jr., Annie Laura, On Large lots 70x90
the Francis home this year. John Henry and Velma. Mr. and FR 9.5381 Phone PL 42857We

They also have Carolers. Mrs. .E. J. Black and three t;or. 67th St. and Never Close

children, Alonza, Kva Labern
Christmas Lights and decora and Anthony. Daughter, Mrs. 24th Ave.

tlons were more than ever this Eva Mae Roberts and son, James. Open Sunday 3.5 p.m.HOP .
year, and I would like to con
Mr. Homer Black and family re
gratulate everybody. They are turned to Detroit on Monday.
B. Svfomon Fumral HMM
beautiful and the Christmas Spirit
traKKK e.KK. LK.+ KKrM.K x e ccer.IIICII'I..c.c..4+ ; +
; was evident.To
mention a few who went i ? ATBerkley's (Establish tetl)

all out: Mr and Mrs. 8. L. Me-

N@ai. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel r If Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service

Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton )- Cut RateWHERE
I didn't
'eee them Flnley.all. Naturally Funerals Within Range of Each Budget

QUALITY LIES '"

Now let me mention some of

our students who are enjoyingthe 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376

holidays: at home. There are 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440
others I did not get. It sent to ....
the Miami Times at 6740 NW

15h ave., T will have them pub Doll ............... 3.40 4.08 WaAte Baskets ............ 00*

lished next week. horns and Tea Sets Iloiuter ........ 1.10 : ..OAIlreakf&ftt
From Hampton Institute; Den

sits Donatban. ChrlntnuM Light Set "A Living Service. for The Living" *

'* ', Howard U.: Anna Gene Haw 70* to .1.,10 (JO pea) ................ 4.J19
'*> kins, Charles Johnson Samuel
*-, '"' FALL 3IEDICIXRS Funeral Home
Stewart III, David Robinson holster Seta 08* 7.5O Range
Theodore and"I
Franklin Sands
; .R vs. Father John .... 75* ft 1.03
Patrick Cooper, Rostln Miller
Christmas Snow and OttCAR AND ATHALIR RANOI, Owner

4;| Roland FUk U.Burroughs.: Iral Davis Thlrlee Icicles ............... 10, 25* Swamp Hoot .... 75* ft t..s.1PlMtlc

.*< smith. Juice Set .._... no, Camera Beta ,.? ".08 0.03 PHONESs OX 1.0131PL OX 1.4343
Iff NC. State: Carmen Dean.
I'
IE Tenn. State: Floyd Greer.
Robert Oscar Rang; Licensed Embalmer Funeral l Director
%:x- Morehouse College: SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK i
.
J Paul Young Patrick Range,
J Oscar Edward. Kenneth John Where Price Are Right 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida,

1' :.: eon, Maurice Drown and Phyllis 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue

Peterson. .
'. Morris Brown: June William,. We Deliver Call FR 3-9458 or FR 4-2376
Myrna R an g e, Our Classified Columns Get Fast
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'tot Incorporation on -Jan. '24. AU 1 ;

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x. a : f aMf ,I' ;Celebrated ,his 21st birthday January .; i
1 at. his home." Congratulation v

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Fred Seymour will leave this Wade If by strd Sheila Fleming, both of Washington D.C, I"w
weekend for Tennessee State. Col Wade to the
C highlight one of the 1959 March,of Dinespoaters.
{ VLJ 9 Nr Jege after spending the holiday second youngest of his four brothers and sister, and Sheila to as
With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. only child.Neither had received polio vaccine before being stricken
Melvin Seymour of Carver with the disease In the late summer months of 1957. "> addition
Ranches. to aid to polio patients, the March of Dimes will raise funds for
\ ,., ,: virus diseases, arthritis, birth defects and central nervous system r
>:;: "" Carver Ranches new elemen- disorders-new'Urfets of The National Foundation.

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Municipal! Court Judge 0.Dr. wl11-1ams Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From "

Sara W,
witit friends attractive
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Moore and''newnpapQrman Ted yates at a III VISIT OR CALL TODAY 00 PL 7-1645

birthday celebration tendered popular

Jeff York at the Berry Brothers rest-
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DR. KING LISTEDIN !EI -
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Christian Leadership Conference w
announced today that a biography \ r.
4 of its president, the Rev. Dr '
; Martin Luther King, appears for MA r'-' ,
the first time In the recently fff i
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off the press, is the 60th anniversary .-
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lists among Dr. King's many i
accomplishments his leadreship I ed, iKi

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Formerly, two other Alabama I ".

Jwiiollywood Hollywood has "rolled' out the welcome mat for They are Booker T. Washlngaon I '
I WHY PAY RENT ?
Billy Ward Enterprises, Inc., amany.faceted founde r of Tuskegee Institute I ;
'and George Washington Carver,
clearing house servicing '
scientist.
the theatrical professionwith outstanding I
executive offices at 1258 ;
No. La Drea Ave, Brand New .Bedroom CBS Homes r
Conceived and launcehd by fab-, ',
ulous ,Billy Ward, leader of the OPEN FOR INSPECTION SUNDAY 1-6 P.M. ;
f'famed song.and.dance Dominoes, See Finished Models N.W. 155th St., Between NW 17th & 18th Aves. ..:
My Neighbors ..
Sje venture embraces an assocla
11 of recording producers and Built! in. Oven 0 Baked Enamel,'Kitchen Cabinets>> ,
jnsultants; scouts coaches and S e Built In Range a Large Walk in Closets t.

p managers of top.flight acts; associated e Tile Bath CBS Construction :,
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composers, arrangersand Waterfront Homes '
,writers, and affiliated BMI- C Close to Public School a Tile Roof : '
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ASCAP music publishers.
.Included is the newly formed \' e Close to High! SchoolFormica ''No Closing Cost. =1 Mortgage "

Rosanne Record Co. of which e Kitchen to payDOWN ;
I he te president. This company S
will scout, develop and record $795 >;
new talent for any of the existing H ONLY
'record companies that do not _
have provisions in thel: setupsto I ,w.: .
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do BO. Rosanne Records will 1 ONLY $295 DOWN ONLY $395 DOWN : .
limit its activities to producing $ .
discs for other labels and will North Miami Beach. Close to 163rdSt. Brown Sub. Lovely bedroom. ; -
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J not concern itself with dlstributlon **. . then one day about Large Shopping Center. Open home, is very neat, on a large '\'r' .. .
Its first major' client was, three months ago he came La Sunday 12 to, 6 p.m. See, 1563, fenced in landscaped lot. Close to : .ti
Liberty will Records, for which IU>. and said, 'to hell with the r.cesalon' . 1573 1583 NE 152nd SL City wat bus. Ideal for"couple or single per- ..',i t.f: ;'
sane produce 48 sides J
per
l" M son. Total only $6,99 One II
year er. Front all grassed. Priced right. pace '.'
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One mortgage to pay on this 3- ONLY $495 DOWN
\ TV SICK? bedroom home. Located at 1428 Buys this 2-bedroom home in ,
: NW 58th Terr. Newly painted. Brown' Sub.; 1 mortgage, 'to pay; r.a::)

I New roof, city water, streets and All fenced in. Close to bus and ;

Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. sidewalks. Close to bus. shopping. Priced low.CUSTOM : ;', ,{

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SAME DAY SERVICE $795 DOWN BUILT "
3-bedroom, clean, on large lot. .0'' "
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.0 BEDROOM 2 BATHS
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS t3 Brown Sub, close to bus. Has a ONLY $2,000 DOWN 01' -\ '

Jj{ front and rear screened in porch. For this beauty in Liberty City. '

Picture Tube ,Spaciaf n Separate living room and dining CBS. Tile roof, carporte extra ;;...
1 room. Large kitchen and bath. ..'
1 large Florida room, shower door
17.lnch--$22.9S 21-inch- 429.95 room. All fenced in. Priced right.
in both bath rooms, with built $

s Hurry. oven and range. .Large closet
_ space. Close to shopping and buses I
LATCH ON TO THIS'BARGAIN List Your Lots For Quick Sale for the particular buyer. See us ,

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Best Cash Prices
Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 for keys. Hurry! _.'

11 RAblOS REPAIRED;>> -Dring it in, for quick service .

tJ FAIR REALTY . ;


Vets RadioI& TV Co. a: I. We are open every day 9 to 9 p.m.' including Sundays y


.939 w N.W., 3rd Ave. |i' 201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL 7-1645 .


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