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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: January 10, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00632
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
isbn - 0739-0319

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IN CAFETERIATRAIN I of According to Wheeler Sam-
2 Out
Negroes mons Jr., associate publisher of .

117 MiamiansThe the book, they were Invited toN

David Burney, 42, 901 NJW and announced: first edition of Who's
2nd ave., headwaiter at Davis I "Dave I am going. to kill you. Who of American Women lists ,pk \
ILLSELDERLY Colonial Cafeteria at 130 SE You mistreated me."
I 117 Greater- Miamians among ea
1st is in critical conditionat
ave. Then Carter started shooting.
Included: in
the 19,000 women
'WOMAN Jackson Memorial Hospital The first bullet got Burney; in the 1,438-page volume.
after being shot by another the
right arm. Then Carter'sgun
A 65-year-o1d woman was kill waiter. The women represent bust-
ed and her companion Injured jammed. ness, the professions arts, and
Samuel Carter 45, of 228 NW Another- waiter hit Carter over
when both were struck by a civic and Club activity.
8th st., walked into the cafeteria the head with a tray but he
Seaboard Airline passenger Only two Negroes to make, the
train near NW 153rd st., In Opa at 11:30: Thursday morningMrs. kept on cMcklng the gunIn an listing were Mrs. Mayme EvelynMrs.
Locka. attempt to put more bullets In ( .. Charles L.) Williams
The dead woman, a resident of to the felled tturney guidance counselor at Booker T.
a home for the aged was identified Manic Woo ten, 63,- was Carter then walked Into the Washington; past national president
as Geneva White of 2036 taken to Jackson Memorial kitchen and remained there until of Co'ored Parent-Teacher
NW 153rd. at. Her companion, Hospital with severe bruises. officers came to arrest him. Association and first anti-baal-
lie was in a jovial mood and Irus of Alpha Kappa Alpha
calmed Burney had '"scroung- Sorority; and Mrs. Irene Robert I
d" him out Df'' tips. Straughter, a teacher at Liberty : ::1

Carter will be charged pending ,Cty Elementary\ and former "S _
the outcome of Burney's president of the Florida State
wounds. Teachers Association '

YMCA to Dedicate

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be included! because "they am.
outstanding as women." The vol.
New Home Jan. 18
ume Is published by Marquis-

......d.Jo Who's Who Incorporated publisher
-t ; of Who's Who I in Ameri
; t-t1f'h.\t.. __ Car
:"- I The George Washington
ver Branch YMCA of Greater ca.Women's Archives of Rad

i Miami will dedicate Its new e cliffe College) and an advisory
i committee or, professional and
4'< .,,;h home, located at 5770 NW 15th
'' church and
'I'"".".".,.... ,-'. I ave.. Sunday .Jan, 18, -4 p.m.. welfare.organization'rraups helped"'"draw .up
: It" J\ :. Charles,. .1.. Williams. chairmanof '
.' ": -- .. the original' list/ According to
...,....._ t "
r :; the Dedicatory Program corn "
p R ; :k'v1., :Mr Sammons, morn lhan60,000
.. &'::\t..,, .. mlttee, announced today. women were considered for,'Includlon -

Mr. Williams stated that It( ,, is Inthe.. : "_ volume. '

significant:: toro the YMCA of w rM
., Miami to dedicate Its building Marian' Anderson
during the historic celebrationof
Wins High Honor
National YMCA Week, Jan.
18 through Jan 25, Marian: Anderson, hailed as not
4 only a great auger but a spokesman
b Mr. WOllams also announced for American democracy,
r. ?+, vt 1b Open HOUR, Activities will beheld 1 1CJIAiILE has received Philadelphia's, top
,! each night during the weekof honor the Qlmbei National
fan' 18 The fo'lowlng organizations Award.
and groups will take apart Miss Anderson received, along
In the Open House Actlvltics' with an embossed. scroll, a check
: The Dade County Councilof for $2500. *
Student Councils, The Greek, She i Is the first Negro ',to be
b.S w , Social( and Civic Organizations honored In ,the 27-year history
p of Dade County, The Physical C Education Department of High Kills A. Gimbel to recognize
School and the Interdenominational The public Is cordially Invitedto women for their service to humanity
Ministerial Alliance attend these affars. .


p. rp ( Homestead Sheriff Fired I

+4t' of stead jai
Killing Negro
r The prisoner, Robert Shatter,
and Brutality an Itinerant laborer, was killed
? by police shotgun bluets after
Believed Cause he had been overcome by teargas .
fired into th<> barricaded ,
,.." s. R. (Speedy) DeWitt, Home' . .
lead's acting police chief was Councilman denied the Incident
'f r t x fired Tuesday. Named to replace Will dlrect'y responsible for ,

"'m was former Miami Detective DeWitt'. removal .,.- but admit
Chief John R. Cannon. ted It. didn't help him. .'
k r In what appeared to be a pro- Put it sparked .n Investigation
M "onreived agreement, the Homestead
Y* by State Attorney Richard
City Council approved; Cre>s( in'. 'office and the' grand
"onnnn's" appointment without Jury.A .
1"IU'I"lon. report critical of Home
Later, however, Councilman stead police activities Is expected '
George Crlmm declared: to be released soon by the
Little :Michael Hunter, 2 year eon of Mr. and Mrs. "I told the mayor at a re Juror
hoist the Amer. cent meeting that I've heard too
James Hunter, 1344 NW First Ave., helps
much and where there is too
ican Flag for the first time over the new; post office, much smoke there must, be a Thugs 'Beat Shoot

Station "B". little fire" Man in RobberyMilton
Station "B," 711 NW 6th Ave.., moved.from its old Crimm declined to elaborate.

IVr quarters on 5th Ave., Jan. 5 and Michael l was on hand Mayor .Thomas Harris and Markowlts, 33, manager
E. V. Archer station Council president Henry Brook- of the Ford Realty Co., f 31
raisingceremonies.. ,
for the flag er Jr., both said that the public NW 64th ft. was staffed on the
superintendent, seen on the left, helps :P.llke'and Charley was not behind DeWitt: head shot In the left thigh and Mrs Johnnie A. Cherry, prom
" Benyon, postal employee at Station "B.". Report or police brutality In robbed of $30 Wednesday afternoon Inent citizen and teacher at the
These new quarters are the latestjhi'| post offices the Homestead jail had been In a scuffle with three Holmes Elementary School died

throughout Dade County. It features thd .newest. in postal rampant in the post but the holdup men. Jan. J, while visiting hfr-jn; other
drive to drop DeWitt crystal! Police said the bandlti fled In Lake Wale V.:*
air-conditioned for the
and is completely comfort
equipment after shooting Markowlts whenhe Funeral ?
ed In November when a Negro services wlinrtake
of patrons and employees alike. Station "B", which prisoner fought a gun battle refused to disclose the combination place Sunday, Jan. 11,,' 1)30'p.m.'
Is Zone 38 of the'Miami post office, has long been an Important -I wjth$ police of/Jeers after bar of his office safe Hl In Lake Wales at the::Fjm iDp.
cog* in the Miami postal machlaciy! ; >.. ricading himself In the Home- condition Is good. tilt Institutional Oliti'rcbtil: ;

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,r t{ a : i'59 Integration Plan

4 I MONTGOMERY, Ala.-(ANP) law "ou its face." He added that
$ -
dt Negroes, here will attempt "the court's decision will influ
!;; I' massive Integration of city ence our thinking! and our method
schools early In 1959, the Rev, as we, move into the future."
,l cII Martin Luther King announced "No attempt will be made to
,' ( Tuesday, register individual Negro child.
The minister who led a success' ren at white schools during the
a ful bus boycott) here two and a integration attempt," the minister .

halt years ago said a committee concluded.
/1 of the Montgomery Improvement

Association, Is now working out Spiritual Help?
the details of the Integration attempt
I Get out of
He said the attempt will Christmas debt.
3tF begin early next year, but added What are your hlndance s in
life with
"nothing Is worked out In detail Financial
need or love or domestic prob
arrangement yet. lems If you want real t satisfac

Rev. King confirmed, however, tion, phone now HE 18030. Explain
a broad outline of the Integration your problems and success

,' I i a g plan. He said the Initial step is yours In 24 hours. Bishop
would be a series of conferences Daker. Cleveland, Ohio. Real
on the question with various success. '
leaders in the cradle of the con


f He said the MIA, which he heads, James E. HicksPHOTOGRAPHER
would! present a p'an of desegre
gation to the Montgomery board
of education in an attempt to

work out a solution to the problem Ultra Fine Portraits In
Color or Regular

The Trenlers are among the host of stars who are supporting: th:1959 March of Dimes campaign PLAN MAPPED BEFORE Outside Calls Group
against polio, arthritis and birth defects. This Is a scene from a TV' March of Dimes appeal, the Weddings Specialist
I audio of which may be heard on your local radio station. Take the advice of The Trenlers' and join DECISION 'Studio:

the 1959 March of Dimes, Jan. 231. King pointed out that the over 2440 NW, 60th St.

all plan had been considered
NE 3-3166
prior to the recent decision by
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" STUDENTS the U. S. Supreme court uphold

ing Alabama's school placement: L '. .
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It Happened in New York students the holidays home were-from rebuffed(ANP-Negro college) when for I 's Cut RateWHERE

they tried to use the facilities of QUALITY LIES
Hy Gladys P. tfraham for ANP--- a white public library.

l.._ __ __ ____ ___._..__._..__.____ __ ____ ._ _._..__ __ __ ___ __.___ ___ I 1201 N.W.
------------ I The five students complainedthat 3rd Ave. FR 42376Dolls

NEGRO WRITERS CAPTURE tion in Africa under the auspices the Negro library ?"doesn't
TOP READERS DIDEST PLUMS of the Lutheran World Federation have the books we need" They I
The first Protestant radio took several books from the
Negro pensmen are finally station In Africa with a full shelves exp'ainlng, "We're- not I -......... 8.40 ..98Vaste Baskets ............ 60$

reaping some literary rewards time Christian program aimed at trying to make trouble. We Just I Horns and Tea Sets Roasters ........ 1.10 & 3.98
for their prowess and ability in that continent is ELWA, in Mon. have to have Home. books to write
the field of writing. Readers DI- rovia, Liberia which is four years essays and term papers." Christmas Lights Breakfast Sets

gest has purchased the. 70,000 old They left when they were told 70* to 3.19 (10 pcs.) ................ 4.J19
word manuscript, of Jessie Ben they could not check out the
net Same for $10,000. It i'is operated by+ the West Af:' books Holster Sets....... 08* 7.5Ot FALL MEDICINES
rican' Broadcasting Associationas

This month's issue of the same the voice of the Sudan Inter' Christmas Snow and Father John .... 75$ & 1.35
publication carried $3,000 for Mission The LWF projectwou'd
price of Gene Holmes Ash purchase bring into existence the JABBERWOCKIS Icicles 10, 23* Swamp Root .... 75$ & 1.35

burn's "My Most Unforgettable second Plastic Juice Sets ODD Camera Sets .... 4.08 0.03
Character," which Is the storyof -- ON THE WAY
her father, a Negro missionary -
spent some 44 years in Liberiaas
a missionary. Mrs. Holmes I Ia la CONGRESSOF Where Prices Are Right
My Neighbors
graduate of New York University AFRICAN 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue
and the wife of a minister.

Readers Digest is fntercultural TECHNIQUES We Deliver Call FR 3.9458 or FR 4-2376

in action and liter- .. ... ....
gathers from
ABIDJAN, Ivory Gold Coast Jl. "...,, ,. --
ary experts of the world their (ANP) Representatives from
rare experiences for publicationin eT I Ci
Senegal, the South, the Upper
condensed form.J.OS'NJ .
Velta, Dahomey, Togoland, the
Congo Republic: and Paris attended I
BREAKS 10 the first congress of tho
AT ROXY Association of African Engineers
and Technicians which was held
A brilliant Negro baritone here Dec. 2729.

singer-actor, Lonnie Sattln anda
native of Philadelphia, has The congress discussed the role
of the technician in the develop I CHARGE
broken the 10-year record at the -
ment of Africans South of the
Theatre "I know that
Roxy here on Broadway I taxes are
the country at specified times
during this holiday season. Mr. Sahara, technical outrageous, but can't we If
education and we can't fix it in home
Sattln is perhaps the first Negroto professional standards PLEASE eat something besides your
and scientific
be starred (with his name
research. potatoes
headlined all around the Marquee ,
) .on the Roxy stage in such 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3

ravish fashion in "Get Happy"
with the show built around him DRIVE-IN SERVICE
with all Caucasian cast of some JAMES'
75 people along with full length .
Interestingly enough Lonnie is << STORE

only a stone's throw from the
Broadway Theatre the sceneof 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3.9481 and Delivery-No Charge
his former. stage hit "Body

Beautiful" The youthful artist ... .. ..
who gave up law for a career on I >> .
the stage and a world of enter SAVE THAT BUS FARE! CERIUM P 0 10
tainment, has been signed for a
6 TY. .
tour year stint by Chez Parez + CORR + !

owner Dick Hal per. Children's Sweaters, f"'". Warm Socks pr. 20$
91.10 Rayon Hose', pr. 40$ l24)HK&st RADIOS .k\
AFRICA IN THE NEWS Children's Hat, ea. 58$ 4 4 + .. 14081 *
Ladies' Undershirts, ('11\0 B0$
George Lawson prexy of the Children's Gloves, ea. 45$ Ladles' Sweaters, ea. 1.80 + AUTO a t.
United African Nationalist Move Child's Undershirts, ea. 30$
ment recently returned from the Warm Jackets, ea. 1.08 Tee Shirts, ea. 35$ ,
"All-PeopJe'a Conference" In Cotton Dresses, ea. l.OO
Ghana is set to address the assembly Warm Pants pro 1.00
on his Impressions of this Nylon Hose, pr, 79$ ,Head Scarves, ea. 5O.
history making session Lawson Drees Materials, yd., 35$ Simplicity Patterns, ea. 30$

is a stockholder in the African .
Lumber Company and active in American Phono/ TV Corp.

affairs of darker peoples. Money Orders Sold Every Day, Monday through Friday, 7:013

a.m., '7:US pm.--Saturday til 0 pan. -Closed Sundays to go
committee of the
National The Lutheran Council has to Church. 2243 N.W. 62nd Street NE 5-7225

given endorsement to a radio tai .
erection of a / -'-' '
for the 1. \ _ _. itA /! "

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, TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

JANUARY 10, 1959 PAGE 3

tan ( P: Republic .

: Sign Pact

.; Domini consult- each other in order to
The official harmonize as much as possible
Haiti and, the their positions in the United Nations I
signed an and in the Orgalzatlon of
In which they America states.
light all forms

aL and external and TWO CHARGED

the .Affairs of WITH BURNING

a small ,
-lialtian IN WHITE AREA

MoMa, president Hec CHATTANCKJ-A, Tenn.-ANIJ)
Republic and, Two white men: Saturday were
; Dr. charged with arson In a fire that
Trujillo Molina, damaged a Negro's house. The
Duvaller, pres- house was empty at the time of
them the fire.

and members social The men, one a city mplove'!";'
both coun told the fire marshal that they
set fiire to the house because
they heard Negroes were goingto
: their de move In.
any outside
against their The Negro-owned is located on
to this the edge of a white district.

i agreed to stdm d= J..II-lI-1..JI-l1..l,.;.;:::. 1-1.oJ"
\ I tech
and the closest GIVE. GIVE TO THE .
: collaboration
d v. e UNITED FUND I!JIlIlJ..l
they would I-lI-l I1HJ


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the removal of his

; N.W. 22nd Avenue

ATLANTA SImlels Pat Accy I 9 p.m. NE B-G111
and Mary Cowser are all smiles
ns they seem to say, "come and
Ret It" to the "Panthers" of Prairie Bishop
View A&M College, who, aa1D3H .
Intercollegiate football lfJ'J.
'hlUnllllon, became three.time*
winners of The W. A. Scott, II, 44th
Memorial Trophy, thin retiringthe MEAT MARKET.
huge' championship symbol ..,
which 1 iMlonated by The Coca lly John lien jiunin .
Cola Co., Atlanta, fla. Named foci CHICAGO (ANP)
the late Hinder publisher of the 3,000 people overflowed 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
Atlanta Dally World, the trophy Itorlum of Liberty
In glen annually by the Atlanta Church here Sunday
newNpaer'fl| sports!] project, The Bishop Joseph Gomez 'of 0
KM Per Cent Wrong Club, which District, AME Church WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
will bold Its 24th annual All O, address a public /
Sports| Jamboree on Jan. 30. Put sponsored by Phi Beta 0
Into competition>> In 1053, the trophy Fraternity, Inc., on the
was won twice by Florida of its 44th Anniversary
A UI and Tennessee A&I. In 1054 Meat Low Prices
four teams Florida, Southern tegration The noted versus cerlo: spoke! -
University, Tennessee and Prairie
the theme adopted by
View, tied for the champion ternity for 1958. ;
ship ii-ambling College won In quarters were located
10AA, Tennessee, 1050: and FlorIda Hamilton hotel.
Over 300 delegates
Ing members of the



DIEGO, Calif (ANP)
Light heavyweight champion WASHES-
Archie Moore will soon leave for R
a South American tour, ANP
learned last week. ; 1 ",SATURDAY & SUNDAY

Moore while made the announcementhere January 9, 10, 11 -
discussing a proposedheavyweight 4
match with the win .
ner of a bout between Art Swl- .
den of Pittsburgh and Bert
Whltehurst of Baltimore.
Moore reportedly was offered
17,600 to meet the winner of the
bout at Dallas, Tex., Jan. 28. He LAUNDRY Inc.
said, however, he didn't think he ,
could accept.
Explaining his Inability to ac
cept the date scheduled by pro-
moter Ralph Smith, Moore said: N11W. 7th Ave

"I have so many offers for appearances .
and will be leaving for Basil mulpU Avenue at the Railroad Crowing
the South. American tour soon plains the new r
after 1 go to New York Jan. 11 Walter Ridley who (MIAMI, FLORIDA
ciation at the initial
to accept the Edward J. O'Neal
Fighter of the year award." Foundation: expands ,
feels disorders of the 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK
-.. r'OI..... ..... _ .- diseases, as well as I
overcome the shortage I nEAR AND SIDE Free Parking
WATCH FORJABBERWOCK fessions. You help to I
future.nurses, physical I
teal social workers .2 FREE WASHES PER FAMILY
Marti of Dimes. Give

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The Miami Marlins' I
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1 new .
.11' J' manager
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1959TKMPOKA I will be Pepper Martin Who

BROWSN'PAUL / y. has been with;the St. Louis Car. i
JUST dinals Gas Hqtfse dang arid Was '
coach for the
\ ,., ..Chicag I l'I ub '11956. \

R. HENR' During Spring training We win

I l' I T _. .- l' IT I' 'IT have .an.v opportunity of seeing

Sad Isn't It? Mrs. Geneva pect to see any bigger racket two ball at outstanding thelltamt teams in base
than the bolita in Miami Even Stadium, The
White 2036 NW 153rd st., was pennant winning
bolita barons and. their ex-w-orld
MUTANTim ET.; NO8 MCTAMUU IN _ELLIS > killed while walking along the the tough series vwlnner, Milwaukee} Braves
st., helpers .are experiencing
tiThe Times Are. Changed And We Are Changed With Them"Office Seaboard tracks at train.153rd Walk- times. There is no bolita ,In and the ftew ".York'Yankees.
-- -- when struck by a
at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FIl 3-2280, Ing with her was Mrs. Mattle Cuba at pres e 4. three There*'night wlllv -three. day and

Plant 'at 0740 N.W.. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 0421 Wooten of the same address. -
>,' __ She escaped with bruises she got Cuban authorities want to

Entered as Second Class Matter; Augftst'O, 1087,at the Post Office while trying to pull Mrs. Whiteto with link being some on of' the Miami's payroll' officers of"the heavyweight> Floyd ,Patterson champion, world's ia> con
'. act of March 8, 1876 safety.
under the
at sidering two ,
Batista government City Manager fights this\ year,
Evans is investigating but 'hIs opponents hive not
'; II. E. SlfllSMUND BEEVES, Editor City Manager yet been named. 1 1tIr i
.t GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor and Business Manager and Comrassioner Otis Shiver I
t, and Mayor High are disagreeing '
T or: .... '.:-' :' SUBSCRIPTION HATES\ a / '. *; y about traffic roadblocks. Mr.Evans I Florida Senator Spessard.he'-Will, HoUand Introducea of, .,"""" :...--'............._--" ... I I
-, TflREN 0NT1IS $l.gQ says the roadblocks were says
ONE AR t4,00 SLT btONT1$20 r Bill in the Congress asking
instituted because Miami municipal .
t y" 'CREDQ'AV' THE nMJf\lVU,PItESH" :, ?: .v Judges were concernedwith that airlines strikes be outlawed.He ,
; America best;lead the world wants operations to continue
TUB NEGRO PRESS'believe* that can the number of motoristswho
while mediators work dis-
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man continue to drive after license on }
regardless of race, color; or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating suspensions. sonable putes. That than sounds closing down more busi rea

no man, fearing no nuin-the Negro Press strives to help every man Mayor High ana Mr. Shiver ness to the detriment of the
in the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held savs the action is undemocratic.They general public.
back believe no one should be
f ( stopped before violating the law. S.
: ;Member of the National Newspaper..Publisher*. Association ,
..'" -41v Member of the Associated Negro Press The matter comes up on Wed- Sportswise: In Chicago, Holly
"' nrsday for further consideration.The Mlms rated No. 4 by Ring Magazine _
roadblocks: will regain. and. No. 2 by National
r--W* YE EDITORS NOTEBOOKCUBA Boxing Association as middle-
Some circles are talking about weight contender, lost to Bobby

, . big time gambling coming tc Boyd in a sprit: decision. Judge
Miami especially so because ol Harold Marovitz gave it 47.46 ,
: The Civil :War in Cuba is about'aver.: The rebels unsett'ed conditions in Cub a. for Mlms; Judge Jim McManusfor Former hotel man, James!
and Dictator Fulgencio Batista is in'I:exile. At However, Gov. Collins is againstit Boyd and Referee Joey "Bud" Ward, Worcester, Mass .
Wave, won and so are many or most ol White, gave Boyd a 47.44 de native and Cornell Universe
present the big man is Qde: Castro.j .. car official family. So don't ex cision. hotel and restaurant adminlstn

It took less than a we'ek' for tie new regime i to gain tion graduate has joined The
Kendrlx: Organization as an account '
recognition by six or seven governments. They are the building on that campus will be put up for the use of associate in the Washingto !:-
united States, Great Britain, 'Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Negroes 7 D. C., public relations firm's

raguay and the United Arab Republic. i We have already heard unfavorable comments Negro market unit for Carnation
? this plan. Company, Los Angeles, Cal
These governments recognize the presidency of
Manuel Urrutia as the provisional l president of CuJba. I This is a new idea. Seems to us it is a good oppor- Mr. Ward, who resided in MIami .
: : , tunity to begin the -college on an integrated basis. This until recently, has returned
; The new government is to rule for 18 months. idea might work even better than the Pilot School idea to Washington where he at one
studied in the School of
Reports are that everything Is becoming normal being considered by the Dade School Board. Home Economics, Howard Unl

again in Havana except the big gambling casinos which verslty, and later held a position
with Andrew F, Jackson Assoc
the new provisional! president has declared l he will keep
iates. In Miami, the new Kendrir
'Closed, however' there are1 many who e'xperit to see even associate was manager of two

these" places open in the not.distant i future. fi End of Polio Remains hotel establishments, the Sir
iI John Hotel': and the Booker Ter
*.i It's just too bad that reading of the recognition! by race Motel. At the time of his

these six governments, we also had to read in the same, March of Goal' Joining MHKO, he was an account -
!story in fact in the, headline that 20 officers of Batista's. Dimes executive for Radio Station '
WFEC of Miami He has also
Jptfe'rnment'.were. executedr* l <'&'i' 1 -*: 'I3] '
been associated with the Dun

.r.N that we are; taking sides but ,wijh-! .the killing bir Hotel' and Howard University

bpth b/rebels and >tb6; Bansta\( gOV rnpi itt; i6'that the cafeterias in Washington

fighting hat' stoppeditworfld; semf: that ,longfterm prig Married to the former Eulah

ifon sentences would be more human than more killing. Vernell Rlchereon of Washington
I Mr Ward is the non' of Mrs
P Well Cuba is not 'a D' 't11 ratythj a'Y'ls, 'tTie way it i idone it Pauline H. Ward, Poquonnock
Bridge, Conn., and the ''at*
in some countries, e tv* ,
J. II. Ward Sr. The Wards aro
..... i, .'Vr e? ,
p' +* q : the parents of three young sons
.SKIDS UNDER AUDITOR M RG N'I I w A co-founder of the Nationwide
?$ Hotel Association, Mr. Ward is a
Some of our Metro Commissioners are consideringthe member of the Cornell Society of
discharge of Robert Morgan 'county auditor who'draws HotPbncn, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity

a salary of $35.000 annually. The reason seems to: :t America, and the Frontiers of

be that he audited the Dade County"f9rt1jt:' ority records -,' I '

and found that more than $2,500,000.of'tlie'taxpay-
ers' money could have been saved, if an award for .a hotel tk\ I MIAMI'S

contract had not been given to the Saul Cohen Hotel a I $26' _

Corp. at Miami International ..Airport., ________ MILLION '

The commissioners seem to be displeased because '! ,

the report was published,, in theJ)aily'' News before it was. AIRPORT '

presented to them.However J
it will take 'jmore than twd, or three votesto B 2

fire the auditor, so \,,""wUI hive to wait and see how r air show,' a visit by 'Arturo -
things turn out. '. \ Frondlrl, president of Argentina -
and nine Latin American -
._OJ,,",,,,, ...'V' ambassadors will
This news really makes interesting reading. high light

THIS 'IS POLIO TODAY In Detroit, Mich.,where a s.rlous outbreak of the the dedication ceremonies ofMiami's .
supposedly conquered dittos flared In late Most of the new $26 million Inter
summer new
JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR DADE COUNTYThe victims did not have their Salk vaccine shots.. The ''ron'lung patients national Airport during a' fourday *
shown here are at Herman KUftr Hospital. Polio Is one of the Three period starting Jan. 29.
State Advisory Council on Education on Wed- Faces of Crippling dependent on the 1959 March of Dimes.. The others The world's largest single air
nesday recommended construction of a junior college forDada art arthritis and birth defects. Patients of all three diseases need help. passenger terminal, the new facility
The will be located at 95th st. and
County. building is the latest word In ultramodern
.. and will colt $1,899,000, The report said, 'a The complete and final eradication of polio still remains facilities. Passenger
separate section is planned at 7.00112th aye. for Negroes. prime concern of the National Foundation as it goes,into traffic tota-ed' approximately

The state would pay the entire cost of the building. its 21st annual March of Dimes. four billion person" last year
I The Salk vaccine developed'with '. whi'e more than '200 million
,This college is one of four recommended by the March of Dimes funds, pro- In polio research National pounds of air cargo was handledat
vides a powerful for Foundation is seeking to increasethe the old airport during the.
Council. The others are for Broward St. Lucie and Brev. weapon
knocking out polio. With this effectiveness of the Salk same period. Both passenger and'
ard Counties. victory in sight, even though not vaccine; indications are that it cargo figures are expected to be,
yet achieved the National Foun. is 90 per cant effective with surpassed in 1959 at the "gate
Assistant school superintendent Wesley Matthews, dation is preparing to march three properly spaced shots. Also way" terminal to the Americas.The .
said, "if the ,appropriation is approved by the legislature, "Toward Greater Victories" In being vaccine studied that can is be a taken"live"orally.virus
the realm of public health. Miami International
the college could be opened in 1960. The Salk vaccine is a "dead" Air
Initial new coals in this broad virus vaccine requiring a seriesof Show and Exposition is scheduled -
!::: The college will provide for students who seek voca-' health program are arthritis and injections. Other National for Jan, 30Feb. 1 at Masters
birth defects. But the National Foundation researchers looking Field. Free to the public the
iiohal training and do not plan to goibeyond. the two-year are
Foundation. is still pledged to for better wars to lessen the show will Include an exhibitionby
program, also for those who will transfer" their- .credits. to give patient aid to all polio vic crippling after-effects of polio.. the famed Air Force Thunderbirds -
four year schools. tims past or future who need while polio is on the run it is Jet plane drill: team;
'' "" help. still crippling than
people more aviation exhibits and demonstrations *
ii: The'cost to Dade residents will 'be $75 a semester. Estimates indicate some 150- three years after developmentof ; military bands, missile
$j; As see it this. council certainly is not thinking 000 survivors of paralytic polio a preventive vaccine.Accordingly displays and ,
.,? might benefit from modern tech the National spectacular. ', ,'
fn l;ternls f Integration.' niques of rehabilitation pioneered Foundation vaccination education aerial performances.

'..l'; ; Does this Negro section mean that' some additional tion. Some by the 50,000 National are already Founda on program crippling to prevent must continue unnecessary More; than 150.000' persons are

i iegchers 'will be provided at Northwestern, or that a its chapters' patient aid rolls. and the stricken must be helped. day expected attend the .three-

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;,.(1lJE: MIAMI TIMES' -"The Peoples Newlp per:!": ', PRINCIPAL i iSATURDAY FIRED' The trustees said, "Inasmuch Interest of the school *rthat

JANUARY 10 1959 PAGE 5 .. FOR ated undesirable confusion and as., teacher ...and-principal"! : : ,. : .. I
PRACTICING ? (;;: rr ""*. $,> "I \, ,. .
discord in the school, as a ,result Officials, said' Mrs." amith, In
VOODOO I IWETUMPKA I| of her voodoo activities,. wt: Leo: bFr ,31st year as a teacher, '/
I thivt U1s definitely to the best plane to )etlr(*, "V;''::''

Ala. A !'ongtime J
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j teacher has !ibeen asked to resign <"!'W{[.'--::-
5su, I I. because officials said she
taurht a subject not approved I I. 'bro*
r In Alabama school voodooism.

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Trustees of Catmagy Elemen .Oppotooity PlusMEN
%FCN/f aoeQ I tary School requested the dismissal .
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-- of Mrs. Frances Webb Smith

WE WKRK quite) pleased to: who Is also principal of the
Dr/ William
tarn this that Cleo Albury. well ( school. I ,
known young Miamian.who has Faulkner to Speak
born employed by Barrett's, office
supplies and equipment Here Sunday

dealer for 8 years, has been up- Calling All Teens '
pod to special Nationally known Dr. William and WOMENDo
representative lor
this area. That's good news anda J. Faulkner will bo the guest .,.... .. .
feather in the cap of Barrett'sfor I minister of the Miami Congregational -I
recognizing; Cleo's ability, Fe'lowship on Sunday,
and especially: the tremendous I Jan. 18 at 11 a.m. at the Seventh
potential of the Negro market. Day Adventist Sohool auditor Jt You Want To Earn'
Cleo, who lives at 1484 NW60th lum, NW BOth st. and 25th ave. i I
st, OX 1-930is is a clean A coffee hour will follow the I t
cut, intelligent young man and service in order for Miamians .
wl'1 1 welcome any business I to meet Dr. Faulkner. The Miami II III ' $30 to $40... Per WeekFOR
thrown his way. Congregational) Fellowshipwas 1 .
organized by Dr. Faulkner'sdaughter : :'
<< Mrs. John O. Drown. ,

TUB SPORTSMEN .QO<1f.1\1 He comes, with a rich educational I ; ,, PART TIME\ WORK ?-OR
background. In addition
Club will inaugurate their sea
to being a normal graduate of
its sonal 18th entertainment Annual Ball Bayfront 22 with l the Mayesville (South Carolina \ ?

Park audit. This popular group Educational Institute, he ho'ds' $6000 Per Year '
of young men are known for: the bachelor of arts degree in e v ,> rra 1rlr ,
Practical Theology from Unl
their grand style of entertain the
verslty of Chicago, the honor
ment, and especially so for helping FOR FULL TIME WORK?
doctor of
the needy . Ruben Young, ary divinity degree ,
from the Chicago Theological ; I
prominent entertainment
promo Seminary and he has done graduate '. ",
ter about town, stages his first
'59 work in Social Science at \ ,
Friday at the Longshoreman's > 41We I
Hall. The Dixie the Dr.University Faulkner<< of has Pennsylvania contrlbuated r nr t No Experience Necessary '\ dW ,"

Humming Birds, the world's .i w, 1 1w .
articles to educational and re I ', ,
greatest quintet, are yours for I "'y I
/ !!
\igious magazines and has :
the occasion . Did know '
you I
en in more than 135 colleges will train and '
Jimmy Lucas received from f you pay you
and universities across the na it'. a t '
the Post
Office Dept. a citation '
and the amount: of $40 for his tlon on education, religion and .fr / a whil'e you're learning
human relations. He Broadcast ,
suggestion to speed distributionof I
mail in postal transportationservice the Easter Sermon (NBC), IU Lovely Jackie Paige, 19, of f ,
din City, New York, in
(which is located at the April Cincinnati urges all teens to
airmail facilities) ? This sugges 1948. Ills hobby is collectingand join her In raising funds for 'Dignified Work
tion saved Uncle Sam $770 a telling American Negro; the 1959 March of Dimes cam t "
folk stories, several of which he paljn against polio arthritisan
Suggestions were awarded of
for advancement'For
has recorded for sale by the birth defects. Jackie says, Opportunities
according to cash value to the
Board of Education of the "If there's a TAP (teen ago ,
government. lie and Kenneth Methodist Church At present, program) join It. If not, see ,
Guy, Richmond Heights are the
campaign director and
Dr. Faulkner Is pastor of the
only two regular clerks In this Congregational Church of Park ask him to organl\!p! a TAP." '
department. Manor, Chicago. + Having beneft ted from the further information'call in person at
March of Dimes In her recovery
from polio which struck
Grand United her as an infant Jackie Is an
Tin: G. CARVER branch PRODUCTSDirect
example of the than
YMCA Dedicatory Program of Faithful Few 325,000 patients who have been
its new home, 5770 NW 15th
given new contributions *
ave., is Sunday, Jan; 18. Open Club No. 8 I to the March of Dimes.
House activities will; be held on Yon can have fun while you Sellers ,of "Hqql.ehold, Specialities
the 19th thru the 25th. Oo out The Grand United Faithful raise funds by giving of your
. and see your "Y" grow . Few Club No 8 celebrated Its time and dollars to the 1559
Among the many that travel far: tenth anlversary on Sunday, March of Dimes, tan 241. 599 R.I.29th. StreetMiam
and near to make the Sigma Dec. 14 at the home of the
conclave in Chicago last montha president Mrs. Albertha Perrin, ;J"1..J""':;I J..J) u...b..1) li I) I)...b....I*.li 1 4) I)
( grand one) were John Dll. 3132 NW 43rd It, with Mrs. '
lard, Otis Haywood, and Jock Lucille West as mistress of cere GIVE. GIVE TO THE 37, Florida

Gibson. A swell time was T p. mony. .
ported In the Windy City . The numbers on the program UNITED FUND!IIJ..1 !

The Henry Moores (Larerne were very Inspiring. Our hats are i-iJ..J wJooJ ....J .........I .,
Adderley) had a new arrival i la off o No. 2 oholr of New Hope "." "............--....-...-....... ..................-........;,: ...... ......................................................................... ...t............:.;..
their household on Jan. 5. It M 'K.. Church which rendered : .. .. .. .. ., ... .. ..::!... .. .. a:..&Wn ..:=!., .. ... ..a1.: : ... ,!E.."..:.:::., ,, ..'!.,:::... .. ,,'..:iil ....M
was a girl born, at Mi. Sinai. two soul I stirring selections that '
were enjoyed by all. We also '

wish to thank little Maryland il 'i II!
With the tjpe of youngsters! Scott for that timely and beau !
coming up now, it was really re tlful reading, subject "Stop! # 1 NOW OPEN
freshing to talk with Barbara Look* She held the audience ix nS
Lockett,, editor of the North spe:1-: bound as she mastered this lit!
westerner, school newspaper, and 1 subject The occasion was given I4
Betty James. They were very I by Dewitt Daker. fj N t t#
courteous, lady Pike and personable 1
The president was presented
as they queried the work a beautiful handbag from the :! Large New Apartments
men in the different departmentshere club by Mrs. Mary Lee Warren.
at the Times. Their visit at After listening; to brief remarks s {
the plant was the result of anessuy by the president and others the # ''t
project they are .workingon tables were set and everybodywas 1&2 BEDROOMS lu
about the Miami Times it' : #
richly eerved. About 125

operation, ill's editor, etc guests are were thankful present.We to everyone f f :t!# FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED f:lt .

'"KINGS GO FOHTII" make who helped to make this affaira H: !

its Liberty Theatre debut Jan. success. N i ELECTRIC r
21, This flick, rated a triple A On Christmas Day members of pit 1;
standard, has received much comment the club carried 25 baskets of hn Ilt
fruit to less fortunate people, WATER
from the critics ( u
and celebrated Its annual FREE
Christmas tree on Dec' 29 at the .,
home ,of Mrs. Deulab Delaney, I NH Nn' GAS rlt i 1
HumesBroWnWedding 2051 NW 3rd *U With the t il ; .' fti ,j
Christmas still .
spirit remaining,
it was a lovely affair. Jj;ti PLAY AREA OFF STREET ,PARKING HOWERS '- TILED .!. '>u''

We wish you a happy New j # BATHS BUILT-IN IRONING BOARDS '. ,
Year. Let us bow ourheads, in .''t ul
The wedding of Miss Prudence "
humbe: submission to God who I IIII '
place Brown on and Oct.Albert 29, 1958 Humes, at took the l able to keep ua 'from 4 falling I#;2 NO DEPOSITS-MOVE RIGHT-IN. 1 fl i;
Lillie D. King, reporter 2
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home of Mr. and Mrs Fred IJ J .

N.Lewis F. Clark 1272 NW officiating.72nd st.. Rev. ;JIM #c MANAGER LIVES'ON PREMISES TO KEEP PLACE ORDERLY u'!'
The couple wish to thank their 5 AND CLEAN' .. I' I' ,II

many friends for the beautiful HONORED, '" I
presents. #ltl tf I r .'jtt
Philadelphia Jimmy Drown J
-- -- --- the Clere'and Drowns sensational f :11N"41461 NW 60th S" 1370 N.W: Slit ST., 'APT. ,5jfi.
fullback who set National } I ONE ''
: a ( BLOCK' AWAY) Jg
League ground-gaining I 1 agPi
, j record this season, bas been I;i! FLORIDA REALTY-FR l. tS54 "
h. y 4d0'
COMING chosen American Athlete of the \ Ii
Year by the Philadelphia Sport .

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METHODISTS TO will One receive of the aid from Institutions the that

, NAACP Income for 58 RAISE $ MILLION be Relations Philander Sunday Smith, offerings R CollZ a c e


" Exceeds $1,000,000 (ANP) The Arkansas Harris has school beep president since 1936 of the

Methodist Church has set a goalof Bishop ,Matthew, W. Clair, Jr.and Of
million dollars for 13
one St. Louis ia chairman of
NEW YORK For the nrst Negro colleges in a churchwlde I Philander Smith College: board
time In its 49-year history, !Income offering on Feb. 8. Congregations of trustees. The college is
THE MIAMI TIMES "The People Newspaper" from all sources to the wlli be as'.ted: to observe that date rently engaged in a three million cur
National Association for the Ad as Race Relations Sunday and I dollar redevelopment
PAGE 6 SATURDAY JANUARY 10 1959 program
earmark special offerings for
vancement of Colored People exceeded The colleges have a total
,,- $1,000,000, Roy Wilkins, the schoo's' It has been an' rollment of more than 8,600 en.
executive secretary, reported 'to nounced by Bishop Paul N. Oar- dents. They own property stu
the Association's annual meeting ber Richmond, Va. He !is chairman $15,000,000 and have worth
Thurgood Marshall Speaks here today.He of the Commission on ments totaling another $10.oou.
Christian Higher Education, 000.
recalled that in 1953, Dr. which is directing a nationwide
Channing H. Tobias, chairman of
campaign to. expand and
the Association's Board of Di strengthen colleges und unlver
Marian Anderson HonoredPHILADELPHIA rectors, "Bpl/Hed us to accept a shies of the denomination. Advertise It Pays! I
freedom campaign with a goal

ANP) of $1,000,000 a year to wipe but,, I ,:'''. -', :'-_ .,- r-- :t-. -' >''''':_''.-. -- '-. "--" tH,. IA" '1...........k' J,
discrimination by 1963, the cen I Itennial
A audience Sunday heard '
of the Emancipation
Thurgood Marshall, NAACP Girl Trying to Stop Proclamation."I For FREE Pick-up and
specla.: counsel, declare that 1958 Delivery Service on

had not been a year of defeat In Parents Fight, am very happy to announ"'." M Prescriptions
the fight for civil rights. Killed the NAACP leader said, "that n1)
Marsha 1 spoke at Irvine Audi
though It took us five years to SERVICEDRUG
torium at a public meeting which CHARLESTON, S. C. (ANP) I reach Dr. Tobias' target, we did :
was part of the 44th general con A 17-year'old girl who tried have, In 1958, a million( ( -do'lar | STORE
ventlon of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity to brea'c up a fight between her year. Bear In mind that the fig -,1 r "Prescription Compounding
Inc.During parents was killed in the scuffle ures I quote are through Dec.l j
.the same program MarIan the night before Christmas. 22only. They Include monies 1 Specialists"/
Anderson received the fraternlty's Delores Byron Washington died which came to the national of '!
Medal of Honor for her, of a pistol shot wound in her flee only, not the funds raised Sundries Gifts
contribution as an artist and as head. Her parents, Herman and and retained by the branches '' Patent Medicines

a representative of the United Thelma Byron are being held. The final report for the entire : ' .,
Nations. Greeting Cards
States In the United They face a manslaughter charge. year will have to include the receipts I
Judge Myles A. Paige of Brooklyn Other children in the and
family expenditures of Dec.
N.Y., general president, pre i, 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
to"d the police that the girl wa 23 through Dec. 31, together
sided. trying to stop the fight when with certain year-end adjust I SIDNEY T. COX
The audience of more than the shot was fired. ments. But the Dec. 22 figures ,I Registered Pharmacist Phone FRanklin 3-2932
1500 heard Marshall say that the follows
ire as :
Important event In 1958 was the "From all courses I ..)t. .- ':...;". _. . .. . ,
alignment on the side of the
471.15. I
fight for civil rights of the LIBRARYBAPTIST $1.017'1 -- '" -
"middle block" which heretoforehad "This is broken down -w
been undecided In Its views.In LAYMEN 'lows: general fund OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
her acceptance Miss Anderson DIRECTORS TO $803,434.89; life memberships, I
said she was reminded of $177.330.27 (net) ; and be SEE THE SOUTH'S
something once told her by her MEET IN HOT queasts, 3670599." COLORED

mother "No matter where you Only the general fund moniesare PSYCHIC READER
go or what you do, there Is someone SPRINGS available for regular opera
watching who may want to tions of the Association, Mr Wil Y /
be llki you. Don't disappointthem BROOKLYN (ANP)-Allen kins pointed out. "The beqests 4 1t y
Jordan of this city, President of go Into
In your actions. a reserve fund to be voted -
Official greetings to the fraternity -- the National Baptist Laymen's out only by board action. A
were brought by Raymond Movement, an auxiliary of the percentage of the life membership -
Pace Alexander, City National Baptist Convention, funds Is transferred. each
councilman; and Andrew M. U.S.A., Inc., will hold the lar'men's year to the general fund, but the
i Brad ey, secretary of property mid-winter( board meeting rest (is held in reserve, subject
and supplies of the state. Both in Hot Springs, Ark., Jan. 18-24, to vote of the board for .
i are Alpha members. Lynwood F. Some of the major objectivesof gentiles or special projects.
D'ount, Esq., president of the the meeting will be to complete '
Inter.Greek Council, represented the housing program for r-
i that organization. the various states and associations
The Philharmonic Men's chorus ; teaching people the necessity LOTS FOR SALE

directed by A. Franklin Hex- of maintaining clean and Easy Term wK*.,
ter, aang.PARKS. decent homes and to not let rub.blsh Build
accumulate where It will become on your lot
a hazard, and to make plant or mine
CLOSEDIN for the annual session which will We take care of
financing Let
my ;jmrs of Experience
convene in San Francisco, in guide and protect you through
FACE OF SUIT September 1959. NO MONEY DOWN Life AH a guides the ship in a storm

MONTGOMERY The purpose of the National I ILaymen's Cash paid for
lANP) your lots or W1IK.V
The city commission Tuesday ,Movement is to coor home OTIIKItS FAIL YOU SEE MB
closed all public parks in this dinate the' manpower of Baptist For Success in Business And Love

city in the face of a pending federal Churches for throughout the nation Money loaned on your CONSULT-HER -
court suit seeking to admit Christian activities )In every
Negroes to white parks walk of life, and to cultivate the Home or Lot You can now have your home made happy

The park ordinance, adopted Christian life of laymen through Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
unanimously by the three-member study, worship, fellowship and Baron, JE 8.1340 Y Don't Stay in the rut, get out now

commission, closed all 13 service. I I By' the help of God she can help ypu
city-owned parks, erffectlvte Jan. r
1, until further notice. The ac Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
tion was taken as a result of a New Station B windows, a separate entrance for troubleIt
suit filed in U. S. District
Dec. 22, 1958 ,by eight Negroes Post Office box area.patrons and a large parking will pay you to cull and see this Gifted Medium First

seeking integration of the nine OpensThe Where thousmxl.M conic early: for help and advice, you too cant
parks which are restricted to "This Is the third permanent be touched<< bj this strange mysterious 1)Wf'rWHY
white. new home of Station o of
j the home for Station U which originally THROUGH
Miami Post Office opened to GO LIFE UNHAPPYThe
.. I. opened in 1930. During
I the public at 8:30 a.m. Monday, that year, the receipts for the office sank foil who delivered MOM'S and the children of Israelof
Beautiful Home on :Jan 5, This modern building, located were less than 2000. Now old ia !still! alive today rind will open a way for you throughthe
Your Lot at 711 NW 6th ave., has this office grosses over three troubled seat of life Let not him that ia blind lead you or
over 400 more square feet of times that amount each month," you stumble with him. .
space than the old office which
Jfftv Unw was. at 700INW 5th ave. for the said acting Postmaster Eugene 1\1. Io you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see

,, past 11 years. Additional fea Dunlay.. He added, "This Is truly them
S cures of this new office are: New another indication of Miami's What do you think of the invisible waves arid sounds! that

type: lighting: Dank type service dynamic growth." make Wlrelew, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?

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Between The Lines. BEST OF'58NEW MOVIE I SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1959 PAGE 7

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1 1. ' . . 1" I. I YORK (ANP) "The w
Defiant as p.. s V z ,
Ones" Tuesday was voted
MORE GLOOMY.D* EANING best movie of 1958 by New York

film critics. '
In the early nineteen twentiesthe 000 or s-lghtly less than its in 1 1 ,1J CMI
lips of our race orators were :debtedness. And what is more, The movie produced and dl
literally on fire, with themes of ve are going deeper and deeper rected by Stanley Kramer, also
Negro progress. The columns of In debt. each day. The danger of took two awards in voting by 15
Negro newspapers were laden to national bankruptcy is imminentand film reviewers from metropoll
the hatches with stories of Ne oe that canot be laughed off. tan dally newspapers Kramerwas
gro achievement. Through It all md one that cannot be laughed voted the best director of
i..n a note of superoptimismthat off. the year Xor that movie.
had many believing that Nathan E. Douglas Harold
tuli citizenship for American In spite of great boasting ot Jacob Smith can Justly be proud

Negroes was Just around the cor our great now-how in things economic of the scenario, it was Judged
ner. our economists have fall best screen play of the yeir |
ed to come up with a formulaor : Re1 eased by United Artists,
This writer was never able to extricating our nation from the movie starred Sidney Poltlet I I I
see such reseate picture; and a debt that promises to .over and Tony Curtis in the role of y 4 Ni r
although thoroughly convincedthat whelm us at the last Then to our two convicts fleeelng from a
the Negro would come into .ncl'' reacJng) debt let us add posse in the deep South.

his .own, he nevertheless saw the probem: of Inflation.
great obstacles in the path of Inflation like a financial cancerIs RETIRES FROM
the Negro's progress. eating away at the heart of
our economic life. It is eating ALLWHITECHURCH
He figured then, as he figuresnow away the life'savings of millions: I Orange Blossom'Classic fans and house Kuests Of

that It takes as much to end thus trusting upon those rail, Mr. and Mrs. Hardwick L. Tucker of 2540 NW 155th Ter-
produce a fine Negro as it takesto lions
of prospects live of
pow Bunche Park and of Tucker's Rest 2160
race, owner
produce a fine white man. It ity and misery. STAFFORD Conn. (ANP>>) ,
it takes a whole chance to pro There is the fate awaiting millions -Dr. Ro'and R Heacock, one ot AH Baba Ave. are shown in theTucker's home Left to

duce a fine white man no Negrocan of the most industrious the first Negro pdjtors to 'be ap'l, right are Mrs. Gwendolyn Bethea, member of the faculty -

be produced with only a half eople of the nation for inflation pointed to an all.white church i I of Croom's Acadamy of Sanford ; Miss Carrie M.

chance. mows no age and no class. retired from his pulpit last week I Branam of Deland and Mr. and Mrs Eddie Smith of
With dollars purchasig less Paster of the Staffordvllle Congregational I Winter Haven.
Therefore the Negro needs a ami with inflation knows no age church for eight
whole chance rather than the and no class. years, the 65'YE'lu.old minister -
the half chance the whites are With dollars purchasing less said he fet, the world was a little
disposed to give. It was clear to and less with inflation like a better for his eight years as pastor Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted,

the careful observer that these Creeping financial paralysis steal of the church He delivered Guaranteed ......"..............".." .. $4.75
who said that the Negro had ng upon the nation, we are forced his farewell sermon after 35'years
made the most wonderful pro : to the conclusion that it our in the ministry. Late Records .... ....."......... 4 for $1.00

gress of any people in history, great indebtedness does not break 4 Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios
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were merely feeding taffy to tho the back of our nation, inflation
Negro to keep him quiet with his' will. 1ci i Theatre Guild \ ..t Guaranteed Watches ,... from $8.95
half chance. I' Our
optimistic social theorists
1 1r
fail to reassure us with their Adult Classes in Dance and
This writer spurned such line learned dissertations. We are the ,, 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522
then and he spurns it now, with Drama
most criminal nation In
the contention that the Negro
earth and if debt and inflationdo
must have a full oportunlty if he not LEARN TO DANCE
undermine our national
Is to realize his full potentialities
I structure, crime will. More (Don StrR<'lum's Party Time)
as a citizen and as a man. G1oomy.D aning.I MAMBO CALYPSO CIIA NOW OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

It occurred to this writer that
there was need of another approach I ELKS ,PLAN .
to the Negro's ambitionsfor I: "MASSIVERESISTANCE' FOK N1TK CLUII I'llKPAHATION' AFKO 421 N.W. 20th StreetThe
full citizenship in this coun I
CUBAN Finest Foods at Low Prices .
try. He, accordingly: felt called
upon not to put all the stress nn Children's Theatre WE DO CATERING BUSINESS
the Negro's accomplishments but CAMPAIGN TO I i Satisfaction Guaranteed >
more stress on the problems that EDUCATE NEGRO 4820 N.W. 27th Ave. WH BPKCIALIZH IN TAKH OUT SOX BK1IVICH

confronted the Negro as a race. Open| Mon. Thru Thur. fit BO a.m. to lit: mtdnltePH.
We emphasized the need for MEMPHIS (ANP) To se PL 7-8766 ., Sat., Sun., ft:BO, a.m. to 2 a.m.

job opportunities and one of the cure a better education for tho Arthur King, Owner
things that the Negro needed to Negro youth of America, the DIIIKCTOU DON HTHACIIANJABBERWOCK

appreciate, was the importanceof Benevolent order of Elks this r "':" _
the job by which he lived and week announced a "massive as
moved and had his being. I beganto sistance" campaign to meel

cry like a John in the wilder' head,on Virginia's "massive re

ness, "Negro hold your Job sistance" to Integration plan.
As one official put 1t.1t I T
This was so far out of line i. white peop'e In Little Rock can I DON'T WA37
with the current line that I was raise $275,000 to
dubbed the Gloomy Dean. Ddt gram which closes support the door a pro to IS COMING! \ v- for theSCHOOL

when the pressures of a depres colored children, surely: 17 mil
slon were exerting themselves, CELLS
lion colored persons can raise !! :: ::: ::
jobs for Negroes became a major $11,000 to open the doors widerto ....
concern In ways that were not colored children." : Bring In tho children's school

true of whites. Soon the pathetic The Washington grand lodge Combs' \' shoes NOW Give us time to put them

cry wentup, "Negroes are the recently extended $16,000 in c'L In perfect repair for the long, hard "grind."
first to be fired and the last to scholarships, which included one I .. '

be hired. for each of the nine ittle Rock Luncheonette JOHNSON AND SONS .
children and one to winners of
When the depression was at its
the seven Regional Oratorical SHOE SHOP
worst all of the "Deans" became contest.

gloomy. And there is always the FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe
threat against the job that whites ,
must give the Negro If indeed Save Your Souls-W lIe You Walt
the Negro has a job at all. It al' The 'maslve program outlinedfor

ways occasions a certain amount January asks each lodge to: v Shoes ShIned and Dyed.
of gloom to face this ugly fact co'lect a dollar: from each mem
ber; have a Sunday set aside In 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 9.9190
Dut today writer Is
your your city called, 'maslve assistance
with another kind of
make an appeal to the
gloom that stems from the
churches for a public collection
threats to our nations welfare
Use pledge cards plan on busIness
and survival. It makes one wonder
: and door to door canvassing
if we are heading for national
organize a "mothers of
disaster when one Studies the .r
Elkdom march" Set aside a Auto
state of the country.We Liability
night when the mothers will

have a national debt of march door to door- for funds,

.nearly $300,000,000,000. Today'f and hold massive public mass
news accounts have it that the meetings, rattles (turkeys, automobiles InsuranceAt
nation's assets are $262,00,000, etc.) y

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I THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE halfback of the world.champion
IlaUiniore Colts, picks lip outstanding
8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1959 I collegiate football Award :' f
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Riven him early this for his ,' .. l .
year 4. ' -- !;gE k ':;4,<,,, "

MURROW VISITS IK'rformanco Lou/ti\ir:; >. Making at, the University<<'Itnl Ion .'or of i.. (." t.1r T A...... &;:1,... ':;i' :... t ':,:,.
100 Per Cent Wrong Club of ... .
CAMPANELLASON the AtllintlnnJl World, Is
) Orvllle .tL
EXPECTINGHEIR Hwafford, center, Coca.Cola I ( a
"PERSON-TO- Mottling Co. of Baltimore, during -
PERSON"NEW ? ceremony lit IViltlmorei'H, (Gull) C) aTl".O" "ONIO aOUNO
Station WKIIII.' lies Royale,
Announcer, looks
YORK ANP ACCRA, Ghana on. Two
) Roy (ANP) other
Campanella, former Los Angeles Mrs, Morkos Sadlk, mother of ba'l members. of,the Colt's foot-
Dodgers catcher, and his family i Ghana Premier Kwame Nkru- State, team, Jim Parker, Ohio t pxuieu )
Friday was visited by Edward R. mail's Egyptian wife arrived 1 In land and John Sample, Mary
Murrow on the "Person-to-Per- Accra by air last week. Her arrival Per State Cent, 'have received<
son" television show. renewed Interest In the fact award, Wrong Collegiate A I y .,,.
that the Nkruham's which is ';ht'>ll by ih '
Campanella, who has made remarkable are expect Atlanta SIKH'tH| NOOSi
Ing an heir. It Is assumed that group annnall)'.
: recovery from a The Atlanta Life
paralysis Mrs Sadlk will Insurance Co.
remain In Ghana .
suffered In an auomoblle and The Coca'Cola I
until after the birth of the child Co., both of WAITING
accident early last year was In. Atlanta cooperate in
tervlewed On one nortlnn n' tl1A Prime MfnfAt"'I"' 1\11r...........t. _.ft_ promotion. the sports
show, on whlchc';;- George,; rled Miss-Sadlk:'an'Egyptian- u college I _. I for rhea SUCNANANOOOfID

Jessell was also Interviewed by student In a surprise cereimony J'' lone
Murrow. I hire Dee 30, 1957. While Beautiful Home stranger)

Murrow took his cameras Into,. ''at the outset neither know tha On Large Lot {]@ Lixi't \
the Long Island home of the ( other's ]language, she not speak
famed athlete and discussed I, Ing Englsh: nor he Arabic, the Your lot can be a ,
sports and other matter of -COLOR
topics with him communication was .
I easily solved Mrs. Nkrumah who. on this 4-bedroom new

NAACP .Membership has captivated the hearts of 1581 N.W. 56th St. f tI Cnif Umtt-hBBifer ReUeg-lany bBif.y
Ghanians who have met her. Is n afC01f tftt1000Cu I
Up 10 Per Cent descrbed as a swoet, shy girl, de Open 3.5 p.m. I' ....L :
voted to her husband. She does
Over 1957 not speak English fluently, but Baron JE 8.1340

NF.W_ Vn. ...1l". n.'u_ .\._ Is learning rapidly. -
0' "' '''''VHt7 Lilt! U '
pact of the recession in industrialareas I WED., THURS., FRI., SAT .
and In the face
are expected to Increase the
South resistance, the and 1958 hostility In the 1958 total to at ]least 320,000. RITZTHEATRE THREE FEATURESThe \ '
membership In "Th
the NAACP In the assl latlo.n's
showed a 10 percent membership which .
took pHce! In
Increase over that of 1957, 19C7 has been "
arrested, Mr.
Gloster Bt Current,
tion's the associa Current,, asserted. "This declinewas NOW SHOWING
in or branches, said 'caused by attacks on the New Screen
tation report at the prepared 49th annual for presen meet states Southern, and units, loss of some "The Defiant Musical InGorgeous

Ing, here today. oppressive : .
Heroic efforts by all Color I .
Total membership In the measures'1 Ones" .
organ association In 1958 I -
Izatlon By ?heComposes
as of Dec. 19 amounted to these obstacles and I
305,518 an Increase of 24,491 the difficulties arising surmounted SIDNEY POITIER f Of
out of ,
over the total
as of
1957. Unreported Dec. 20, widespread unemployment In the TONY CURTIS "My'Fair Lady" ,
membership major Industrial
for centers during I
the remainder of last month the year, he declared j II



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and President Education SUN., MOX., TUE .
Protestant Council of N. Y.; Mrs. II. W. WIN
UasHton, Idabel, Okla., president Ladles Auxiliary of the GARY COOPER in
National Dental Association, and M. C. Martin
president, National Bankers Association, appeal to you for sup MAN OF THE WEST
Ames 'the 1959 March of Dimes. Funds raised In the March of in ClneinaScope & Color
will be used to combat birth defects
polio and arthritis. Phis -
In addition, March of Dimes funds support an enlarged research aNlar tir oOP
,program and expanded scholarship assistance to students Inter.lested.n 'rrJ e Lineup"with
fire allied health fields. Support jour. local March of Eli Wallach

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Along Freedom's Road I JANUARY- 10- 1959 PAGE 1.9

By RUTH PERRY JIM Temple. ';; 1
;'. r- State and National
"" On Dec. 18 state president;
...-............t..............-..,-.....................,.............................................I...- Officers Visit Bert Uethune,, was' highly entertained -

The new year 'for those of us might be closed: altogether.AX at the home of Exalted
In the NAACP 'brings, mingled Greater Miami Ruler of Greater Miami Lodge.

emotions. Certainly pope ,1s pres* KXPKDIKXT. VIEWPOINT JAM Thomas Rivers Deputy B. T.
cnt In our hearts for "very sub Temple Dunn and Dt. Dunn The Daughter *
The most Interesting and at Ruler of Greater Miami 769
stantial gains freedom'sroad.
the Greater Miami Temple of
same timfVtffte most cynicaland Davis whose
Buta sober' note is also Myrtle birthdaywas
.distrusting fact is this: Elks No. 769 was honored by celebrated In
when. We recall.some: being joined
present : ,
at no time has there the visit of two distinguished
been a CLUB the entertainment. A gala time
thing said nearly five years ago..
wholehearted and sincere guests, Dts. Ilattle I. James
effort was enjoyed and Dt. Heater Ridera *
after the Supreme Court's
state financial secretary, Jack
to prepare a plan for gradual voted a lovely hostess k
decision on public school desegregation desegregation In sonville and Buena V. Kelly, -
accordance 1900 NW 75th
in May of 1954, Southern with the Supreme Court decis national financial secretary. All daughters are requestedto

journalists and reporterswere ion on the.part ofthe State Being the time for election of attend 'the regular meeting
commenting on the decision.. Legislature or state officials. Phone PL 9-8651 officers th@, district deputy, Jan 14. Business of vital 1m
Most of the comments seemed to Marie White requested Dt. "'
On the contrary, plans have portance and of. of*
run along the same line: the Kelly to holds tho election with fleers. ,'- *>
been made in Presents ._ .
quantity, and laws ,
Supreme had acted too the assistance of Dt. Hattie I
too. But for w
For the
quickly! in handing down its decision ex James Much needed instructionwas : *
press purpose of Returns From Phi
and if the South had circumventingand given by these daughters. to :
evading the RufusInsulated '
only had more time to take care desegregationorder. the Temple Delta Kappa ,
of things gradually, everything The Daughters of 769! expressed

would be all right. Plans are made, yes. But only SugarBeacham their gratitude to Dts. Kelly ConclaveMrs
to "find a out" and James for an enlightening,
way ; only:' to .
I believe it was Thurgood" win time; or to demonstrateonly informational meeting Leila Roberts Williams,

Marshall who made the classic a token "good faith" compliance Other visitors were Daughtersfrom returned from the 36th annual
Ft. Lauderdale ad LibertyCOOKING conclave of the National) SororIty
remark when he reminded us! with the highest court's
that the South had alreadyhad order, rather than a sincere ef of Phi Delta Kappa, which

nearly a hundred years to fort to work toward solving this And his Orchestra convened In New York City at

take care of things, and what major problem. Perhaps In the the Roosevelt Hotel, Dec. 26.'
31. 'She brings to the
with local chapter *
event of
Southerners really meant when a "token" integration
a complete report of tho
they said "gradually". was effort here in Dade County, witha V conclave which includes timely
never. handful of Negroes admitted
suggestions and
much information

Into the
public schools! (or maybe -
She is the newly elected
HADE COUNTY i only one school, namely Orchard Lady Drummer baslleus of Alpha Delta Chapterin
I Villa), Dade County HINTS
Today, nearly five years after school officials may conceivably *

the desegregation decision, we think ....
they are abiding by he let p 1tk -
could say that there are tco ter of the law in so doing. If PLUS . I
primary objectives for NegroesIn could be, but I seriously doubt Broward
Carnation Horn Sovto Director
the year ahead. One is to that In the long
run the U. S. Delores Wright"She'll
raise the number of registered Supreme Court would and her staff
consider County
voters in the South, and the It There is still the spirit of :dove You While

other Is to work for desegregation I the law, as well as the letter. She Slnl: NewsBy
in the public schools. These

two objectives are related, and' AND . .

while they may appear dissimilar homemakersfind S;

are in reality two sides of I In William Duncan

the same coin. However, at this Appreciation I Ml),anny Boy IHiust'lf" find Walter Bow

time I would like to consider Carnation .. . . .
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Mrs. Mary Ambrister! and her EvaporatedMilk
desegregation of the schools in
children would! like to thank O a short Tho C. W. H. Chamber of
this area and try to see if pos Rosalie Scott
New Provident Court No. 129! NEW POLICY cut to good Commerce will meet at the home
sible, just where we stand. H. of J., officers and members, cooking I Double-rich Carnation of C. 11. Blount, 3901 SW 27th

and Matron, Mrs. Johnny Mae makes all cooking and baking st., Jan, 12 at 8
If we take Dade County, for Open 6 nites weekly better..and so much tutter.With Monday, p.m.
example we know the followingfacts. Hill, for the basket of groceries red and white cans of Carnation All members are asked to be

In 1956 a suit broughtby given on Thanksgiving Day. We Closed Mondays handy on the shelf I can have a present t.
the NAACP asked a U. R.I I would like to extend our best lo nourishing meal prepared In '

court to stop the Dade School the neighbors and friends for Dancing Every Nito minutes.For Instance here's one Calvin Jones, son of Mr and

Board from keeping Negroes out their birthday cake presented of my quick and easy recipes... Mrs Cleophus Jones 4811 SW
of white schools. In 1957 the Christmas morning. We would Open House Tuesday a lifesaver when the family 26th st, West Hollywood loft
like further, to thank the White comes home for lunch. for the
I'. S. District Court dismissedthe army on Jan 2, for Ft.
friends for the beautiful birth 0 Jackson, H. C, lie Is a graduateof
suit without hearing test' QUICK CHIU
day cake and other gifts given. Northwestern High School
mony. However, a higher federal Wed. and Thurs. (Makes S servings) class of 1057,

court overruled It, and order We thank the good Lord for 1 pound ground beef
ed it to ahead and hear the
go sparing our mother to see her
SparklingFloor 2 cups (#303 con)spiced Iloscle Parson, nehow of Mrs.
case. In 1958, the case was ii 85th birthday on Christmas
beans Minnie Warren left for TylerBarber
nally heard. Last week the court Shows
morning at 4 o'clock. We are
College on Jan 2, He is
told the Negro p'aintlffs! they praying to the Lord to keep, her Vi cup chopped onion a graduate of NorthwesternHigh

would have to seek relief under under the shelter! of His arms, Fri., Sat. and Sun. 1 tablespoon flour and bus been living in the

the Pupil Assignment Act be- growing old: In age, but getting Admission 50c 1 cup _undiluted CARNATION West Hollywood area for the

fore getting any help from the stronger in the Lord. We do EVAPORATED MILK past ton years with aunt Mrs'

federal court hope that the Lord will spare O / cup chill sauce Warren
her: life to see another Christmas
These are the facts, after Brown ground beef in skillet.
with us.The Band Starts at Stafford Smith
more than two years of litiga Add chili beans and onion. Com returned home
tion here in Dade County. Children Every Nite bine dour Carnation and chili last week from East Orange
Schools Audley Richardson and wife sauce Stir slowly into meat mix- N.J., where ho spent sometime
are segregated,
Oranvllle Roker and GirlFriend tur*. Cook over medium heat with his brother who is an are
even though the U. S. Supr'DcCourt .
-I until thickened, stirring con chitect. He has also been discharged
handed down its decision Birdie K. Mack and husband stantly. Serve in bowls with from the Armed Forces.
in 1954, saying segregated crackers. Pass chill powder at Ho resides in West Hollywood

schools were unconstitutional. the table for those woo like with his father and mother Mr.
Now for some observations on their chili hot. and Mrs. George Smith.JABBERWOCK,

the facts. Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results


The Pupil Assignment Act

was passed by the Florida Legislature -

several years ago, withno FLORIDA ROOMS
mention of race or color in LE IS ON THE WAY

any of its provisions. Howeveras

everyone knows, this Act was

passed primarily as a delaying AND ,
tactic and a circumvention of theU. LEARNTo

S. Supreme Court decision. If J "

no school board in Florida will -

make even a token: effo'rt toward ., Remodeling > : DANCETO

integration, the Pupil Assign' .

ment Act may be In danger, aa

Governor Collins recently stat .
ed It appears, up to the present MONEY DOWN :
writing, that no school board in NO y

Florida seems ready to 'accept a SURE WAY"By

few Negroes, even as A token BEDROOMS 0 PATIOS t ..-
gesture. I. competent instructors .
Even the Dade County School o CARPORTS RCONSRUCTION i

Board, in an area usually 0 ADDITIONS .,:. 0 ALL TYPES OF Our 7tli season In' Miami"teach*
thought of as the most "liber &
log children and adults the One
al". in Florida Is reluctant to be ROOFING ' ADDITIONS
S :f
0o nrtN ot,dancing and laying.
the first to trya. token gesture New and Old
of integration.Inhere are many PLUMBING:
reasons for this reluctance. It FREE ESTIMATE
could be that they are afraid of BATHROOMS 0 FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY

retaliation from the Florida

'member'Legislature come, most from of the whose rural' : D I AZ. H14-7792F

areas where' segregationist feelin I (A DANCE INSTITUTE)

; runs strongest. If the segregationists New Location 4YM
Nite Bldg.
Day or
in tho Leglfl.aturopfess CONST. CO
and (N.W. 15th Ave. at
hard enough, new ?
stronger laws tg. prevent desegregation i COMPLETE FINANCING 67th St.) ,

might be In the offing* OXford 0231

It such laws .were passed, tal. -

aid might possibly .bftjfut off, to ,JJ',. ,, '. .. . _I '
desegregated scbooso. ,, '


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election: of LIndsey P. IS COMING! _

Pilgrimage of Prayer Klmball as member of the board .....,. .. ..
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of trustees of the National Urban
League was announced Saturday I -
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Jan. 3 ''by Theodore W.
THE MAMI TIMES--"The Peoples' Newspaper" persons marched across the city Kheel, president.' I II I
Mr. Klmba'l is executive vice
of Richmond to the State Capitolin
PAGE 10 SATURDAY JANUARY 10 1959 president of the Rockefeller
a steady downpour Thursday,
Foundation. He Is also directorof
Jan. 1, In a dramatic climax' to
the General Education Board
the Pilgrimage of Prayer for
and of he United
Public Schools, a state-wide College
Emancipation Day commemoration Fund.'
NAACP Seeks Releaseof
He joins six other Truestte!
protesting the "massive reslstance"
who were elected
: They
of the State to the desegregation
are: Edwin F. Chlnlund of New
of Virginia's public
York; John H. Johnson of Chicago
Kissina Kids i schools. ; Hllyard R. Robinson of
At 2:30: p.m. over 2,000 pll- Washington, D C.; Edward D.
-- grams representing the entire Stone ibf New York; Vernon D.
NEW YORK The National state ,, met in the Richmond Stouffer of Cleveland, and Henry WITH ,
Association for the Advancementof Mosque for a religious service of Van Arsdale Jr. of New York.
Colored People has thrown its DENTIST prayer and protest. Some 300 The National Urban League "la
full weight into the drive to rescue ENCOURAGES Virginia clergymen led by the an Intrraclal educational service
two young Negro boys of lieu Wjatt Tee Walker of agency, established In 1910 to ,
Monroe, N. C., sentenced to the DROPPING OF Petersburg took the Initiative in further equal opportunity for
state reformatory because one of this massive non-violent demon .Negroes In employment, educa
them had been kissed by a little SMOKING HABIT stration. Rev. Walker, Pilgrimage tion, housing and social welfare. ua

white girl playmate. coordinator and State DIrector COMMUNITY DRUGS
TAKOMA PARK lid (ANP) of CORE, the Congress of Drive
Announcement of the Associa If you'll dentist Carefully!
stop smoking, a Racial Equality, commented that 6750 N.W. 15th Ave.
tion's enlarge role In the defense here will give you a free the
success of the
of the children was made here teeth-cleaning Job-and he'll give Pilgrimage
was tribute to the
a Negro
today by Roy Wilkins, NAACP you something to put the money
"Without the NEED
executive secretary, following a in that you save by dropping the enthusiastic sup MONEY!
conference with Robert F. Williams habit. port of so many ministers here 1st and 2nd mortgage loans $1,000 pay $21.25 mo.
In the Old
president of the NAACPIn this move Payoff all your bills
$1,500 '
Monroe; Conrad Lynn, chair He is Dr. Donald D. Jones, a ment could not have been such Get pay $31.88 mo.
man of the legal redress committee Seventh-Day Adventist dentist a great success. The pilgrims cash $2,000 pay $42.50 mo.
of the branch In Rock who believes that In addition to came to Richmond inspired and Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments

land County, N. Y.,, who had entered being sources of many body ihs: determined. It was wonderful FREE-24 hour inspectionNo
tobacco dirties experience to know that
the case earlier; Robert L. up the teeth.In somany
Carter, NAACP general counsel; men, women and children would Cost to You
and Gloater B. Current, directorof a one man campaign against. ,gadly: sacrifice their holiday tory
NAACP ,branches. Preliminary smoking, Dr. Jones offers an (1 the sake of 13,000 school child- oward Mortgages & Investments
Inquiry Into the case had been person who comes In 'and reports'' :ren who are being l loc'ted: out of CALL ANYTIME'

made by .the State NAACP organization tree that and he has complete stopped teethcleanln smoking{ g all. i I'I and their schools.professional" Many organizations, fraternal I'' Miami: FR 7-4812 Hollywood : WA 3-7071

In addition Dr. Jones will givu) >cooperated with the New Year's -
Mr. Lynn will continue as counsel the person a hand.tooled billfold I Day pilgrimage. It was sponsor
In the case with the collabro- which he makes as a hobby. '''ed I by CORE, the Congress of
ratio of Mr. Carter. A writ of Business? Pretty brisk, says Racial Equality nnd the Church
habeas corpus will be sought In Dr. Jones. Coordinating Committee of the SEE THE

the state court. The associationhas Virginia State Conference, Na ,
also undertaken the extension FAUBUS STAYSEXECUTION tlonal Association!! for the Advancement WORLD'SGREATEST
of needed aid to the families of Colored People.

of the youngsters, Hanover OF The RPV. R. L. Taylor, president '
Thompson, 9, and Fuzzy Simpson j(I Goodwl'l Baptist Convention, wa
8, currently confined to Mor ( chairman of tho program com-
rison Training School at Hoffman NEGRO SLAYER ;'I!mlttee.. The throng gathered.' at I COLORED '
N.C. The North Carolina I I the :Mosque was predominantly
.. .. State NAACP furnished both LITTLE ROCK (ANP-) Negro but the program includy -
families with emergency funds I Based on the theory, that "an y several white participants., I PSYCHIC
for the holidays. person sentenced to death should
have his case reviewed by a high L 1 FoUowins the meeting thee READER
Trouble started on Oct. 28 erer court," Gov. Faubus, a fo crowd marched( through the rain'
when the 7-year-o1d girl kissed of racial Integration Tuesday sraked, streets of downtown

Hanover on the cheek during a stayed the execution of a Negro Richmond singing hymns amt l i .
game. She casually told her prisoner. spirituals on their orderly way I 4. '
father about It later in the day. Lawrence Smith, 19, had been to the, Capitol. The line of pll- I PROF.
Enraged, the father armed him scheduled to die In Arkansas' grime strrtchpcl out block after ,
self, gathered friends and went1001c1ng electric chair Friday for the rob block as the rain poured down I '
for the boys. They bery-slaying of a white farmer but failed: I to dampen the spirit I r Mr
threatened not only to kill them last summer. A question about'''of the hundreds of participants

but lynch the parents of the two financial responsibility for an !j On the Capitol I HUNTER r
steps the
boys. Later an attempt to evict t appeal had been raised and not h '' 2000 pilgrims nearly '.
Mrs Thompson was thwarted by ing was done about a review. I adopted unanimously
a resolution
legal action taken by Mr. Lynn. Gov. Faubus said he would the Governor requesting PRO HUNTER
She and her children had occupied pay court costs out of his own lacla commission establish to work a with bl II you are tick, worried or In trouble thU is the '
the rented house tor 10 pockets, If necessary, to get the
State place
in to
seeking come.
years. review of the convicted s.nyer's: the solutions to stay in the rut, push back the
death sentence school crisis and other racial veil of bad luck that teem to hold in
at Tucker track
The prison problems! !in the you your ,
local boys Jail were and removed held to the farm, the youth wept in his Rev. Taylor closed Commonwealth.the halt hour and advance forward by: the help of Cod under> the

charges for six days. Then without, In a of death the row reprieve.cell when he learned meeting at the Capitol with leadership of Prof. Hunter who hat 30 years of ex

sudden mov, they were hauled prayer. perlence in spiritualist and occult science. Make your

Into Juvenile court with their home happy He will show you how to bypass your

had parents no counsel.- on short The notice.Judge found They, Courtesy Bus Service Miami 36, Florida I enemies and let the thing* that life demands for you

them "guilty" of
molesting a
white female COLEMAN'SGULF

Mr. Williams, as head of the .

local NAACP, rallied support for SERVICE STATIONSWASH { ..
the youngsters. Their plight at POLISH ,
tracted International WAX TIRE REPAIRING a
brought a flood of letters of LUBRICATION
protest to Gov. Luther Hodges EXPERT,AUTO REPAIRING ,<
and other North Carolina offi
cials. 276 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Avenue

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Wont simple, effective relief ,
from choking' racking bronchial I II aflloflAi o a. I X7aI IIfIaOk7oloiM7 11 .iAl Located .! the Hunter's new psychie studio on

asthma spasm? Get genu Pembroke Road, 1 miles west el Hallandsle, Fla. a :
ine Breatheasy see what you WORLD the north side of the .
have been miaaln -.. There's no | FAMOUSWMBM' road, 1 mile east of 7th are
substitute for original Breath Carver Ranches. Signs are placed ea the top of three-

easy inhalant and nebulizing set story building Offke is .. .d.. duplex la the front 9!
Get comfort by breathing. Guar Ube building.

anteed.J A.J DRUQ DEPT STORE lie has fifty times more power than any ether

Medina, Yea will find Ua far advaaeed Ia bowl-




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Department Sends SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1959 ,PAGE 11

_: President . .
Hampton " ' ' ' "
to India SVVI. *-* *- -*-*-*-*-*-*-* *


PkD, .Mn'DnN...._... Tf\
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LECTURE 2 MOS. -..... ....II............................... TAKES SPONSOR Johnson of MiamiDinners

HAMPTON, Va. A Virginia Parties
Weddings Passports
co.lege president, Dr. Alonzo G. fly PHIL OSSOFKRI ; MEMBERSHIPCHICAGO

Moron of Hampton Institute, has ............................................... Home Movies
been chosen by the U. S. State )KIT.MT10XS (ANP) It was
Department to interpret this Racist: Mixed up fellow who anonunced this week that S. B. Baby Pictures A Specialty
country to India through a two condemns mixing.Segregation Fuller organizer and owner of
month lecture and discussion tour (Racial) : Degra. Fuller Products Co., and Inter 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294
of the Asian Republic.Dr. elation through pigmentation national I Laboratories has taken

Prejudice: The only thing a out two sponsoring memberships s. i.s.-v-s.-i.-i. "Ei. -v-i----"g."s.. g--- "

Moron is scheduled to de spiritual person should be prejudice }- In the National Business .,., -- - -" - -
part New York's Idlewild Air against. League for $500 each -. ,, .
port Tuesday evening, Jan. 6 and Church: A nonprofit organization
will spend the period from Jan. which can go bankrupt only
8 to 22 in.the New Delhi area. If it becomes a non-Prophet or W. Carver Hotel
There he will be the guest of the ganization. Something New Added to

American Ambassador to India, Togetherness: That, which I the Neighborhood
Ellsworth Bunker. when practiced, brings betternass

Bombay, Madras and Calucuttaare I to Unity transform: The our leavening earth needed Into a Body Building GymIN Dining RoomOPEN

other operating points from one.derful world. OPA LOCKA .
which he will Journey to speakto
Heart: That which containsthe
groups of scholars and educa- ear with which we hear nO)H, stop and take n look at DAILY 7 A.M.11, p.m.
the amazing Mr. /eak. Ho will
ors, government and business God (hear.t.)
leaders and other groups. He will help you took tho .healthiest and
Inequality: Negative quality of I Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner..
leave India March 4. a non.believer in will give strength and power to .
the weak and .Riiaranteo you he
The peregrinating president will put flesh on that skinny FOOD BY LULA
will speak as a "U. S. Specialist" Investors Mutual structure' of )'Ol1ril.! So'lsH
under the auspices of the State
Zoak'H Homo f2)iu 1005 NW152nd
leaders Declares DividendThe Serving the best Steaks Chicken
Department's and special St. /eak will bo remembered Chops,
ists division of the International n." "Super Zeak" for his
Education ,Exchange Activities.This board of directors of InvestorS prowess n.t bodj building and Corner N.W. 9th St. and 3rd Ave.
Mutual, Inc, largest mutual weight; lifting, which ho Intro
is Dr. Moron's second as fund affiliate of Investors signment from the State Depart Diversified Services, Inc., has de- the scale Zt'nkw..... also one of - - .' I .
ment. His first appointment was cared: a quarterly dividend of 9 tho .stalwarts, of St. Agnes track
to head the U. S. delegation to cents per share payable Jan. 15 and field team llojs see Zeak,
the West Indies Conference in to shareholders of record at the the nod)' Builder and you may
Jamaica 1952, which marked the close of business Dec. 31, 1958. bo the first Mr. .Mlanil by public Special Offer
first time a Negro had been chosen The dividend will be distributedout opinion In tho very near future. y .
to head a delegation from this of the fund's undistributednet JIM: Madam Mars, lifted Public Advisor and

country to an international con investment income, derived helper, laid)' yon nil know from Center
ference.Dr. from dividend and Interest In Hill now conveniently located closo to you
Moron was last abroad on come.. This is the 73rd consecutive
CLEANING at 2500 NW 27tli Aus, Miami, 11"Vh,)
an extended basis in 1956 when dividend paid by the Fund.
chairman of Investors comes from 'n long hue of descendant of
.16 was an eight Mutual Inc. currently \\lLLIi HAKIMS
week study tour of Europe and nas approximately 128.050.00d w gifted jM>plo In this work and<< has helped
the Middle East. This group was shares outstanding, Specializing In Cleaning and thousand of all walks of life solve their

sponsored by the American Waxing; Moors, Homes nnd problems and<< overcome luid luck, and guide

Christian Palestine Committeeand Homestead Filing Offices. 2070 XW 210th St., Opa them to successful, living.

was from composed that organization of representatives and- Made EasyDade Lo<'ka, phono \A 0307.. I, Madam Mara, now take this oi>i>nrtiinlty to personally in

from the National Conference of vlto those of you who are In doubt of (unseen lowers to oomo
Christians and Jews. homeowners will be ableto II..........................................HN In and let mo convince >'ou. I will not only read the general

file their applications for 1959 : conditions of jour life land tell you what your trouble 1 III, but

homestead tax exemption at out, STOP WORRYING : will help you In luck, health, restore", lout nature, Job, hAPPY
lying fl.lng offices starting Jan I
HARLEM SQUARE home, true friendship and micccsir' In life
5. Assessor John Gautier an- Let mo help >'oii nolvejour
SWEET SHOPA nounced Tuesday. My siMx-lal work Is known to thousand The skeptical ones
problem, Boo and
lIe said he will assign deputies = of jo\& who have never had true help arc wwpeciolljr" welcome.
FULL LINE OF GROCERIES l IH. entwine boheljNxl. :
you can
at convenient spots throughoutthe The idly curious and prankster' an not.

COLD CUTS COSMETICS caunty at specified times Come, write, or Sincerely,
and at the downtown Miami phone HTu\'011011 70275.

208 N.W. 10th StreetIn Courthouse daily until the April MADAM MARS

1 deadline. Renewals are being Lees Publishing. Co. i
accepted through the mall. E
012 N. 17 Strict I Well-known throughout the world from

- - - - - - Center Hill
Philadelphia 30, Pa.
I Attention! Local Address ,

Good Morning JudgeNews ..1.1..11..111..1.1..1.1., ...... 2590 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami, Florida

OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. to 8 P.M.

From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court


Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer MANAGING AND MAINTAINING ,

I I I I I I I I I I 'I" r I
keeping with the policy at Edward Lowery, charged with I
the local precinct court, another interferrlnp with a police officer HEAR DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES
80 cases was listed for trial In while In the performance of hlal I
Judge Johnson's Municipal Courton duty, received a suspended fine.
Dec. 29. Cases resulted for too Walter Johnson charged with L, WHO'S The Largest Organization of ,
much Christmas celebration com disorderly conduct by using pro
its Kind in The South
manded a major portion of the fanity, received a suspended sen Serving
day's docket. Among these was tence. Colored Y
the case of CJayton Toney of James Albert Larson, charged

6822 NW 7th ct., who was with disorderly conduct by sleep "For Fast Efficient Service" L. L. BROOKS
charged with disorderly conductby Ing on private property tined Call PRESIDENT
creating' a disturbance and $10 or four days but the fine

using profanity. was suspended. .
t4ft '"
Robert Lipton, charged with IB
The incident occurred about disorderly conduct by creating a J
9:50: on Christmas night at the disturbance, fined $1'50 or 60 '
home where Toney lived accordIng days. : GE CY INC.
to Officer M, C. Bowles who ,
was one of the arresting officers' Robert Baldwin, charged with .

Officer' Bowles told the court that assault with a knife on Nelllfl also .... .
he received a call to go to 6821 Baldwin. Baldwin was
NW charged with failure to obey the 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
7th court to investigate a
fight and upon arrival he w a s orders of a known police officer 8:30: A.m. 0:30: a.m. 1860 NW. 73rd ST. PL 8.g827
informed that the disturbancewas and with disorderly: conduct by I 3401 GRAND AVE. ,
HI 4.2447
using profanity fined a total of 1:30 p.m.2:30: p.m.
going on Just across the 4240 N.W, 2r AVE. .
the three NE a.a4ee
$125 or 50 days on
street. Bowles said he found 4:30: p.m. .
7102 N.W. 14TH AVE. PL
charges. 1.0327
Toney In a raging state. lie was
loud cursed him several times Nellie was fined $60 or 20 days 6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. .. PL 89990
and in general conducted himself for assault with a knife on Bald Featuring !top star of 17329 HOMESTEAD AVE. . CE 53553

In a offensive manner fore- win. Perrlne
ig very Purvis Seigler charged with Entertainment world 1022 N.W. TH 8T. JA 2.3474
Bowles to use extra force on
disorderly conduct, dismissed Ft. Lauderdale
him in order to arrest him. with warning. Sports and TV 339 HAMMONDVILLE. WE 3.3236
In said
defense Toney Willie Evans charged w I t hdlsordery RD., Pompano >*,..,
was not he. but Instead his sis : conduct by using profanity 14460 N.W. 22ND AVE. MU 80817
ter and brother-In-law who were
Opa Lock
dismissed with warning. 1220
fighting and that he merely went Hugh Moore, charged with disorderly 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. FR 4-6331
there to make peace. conduct by using profanity 1019 N.W. 6th STREETFt.
Following his usual .
dismissed with warning. Lauderdale JA 23474
Judge Johnson found Toney guilty
Sam Harold Jr., charged
and fined him $25 or ten dayson
conduct by creating a Starting December, 1
each of the charges. 1163 N.W. 3rd AVE. FR 38416State
and disturbance and using profanity,
Among other cases! heard
dismissed with a warning.
disposed of were the following.


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SALE ., ., ':
rAd''112 '" SATURDAY, JANUARY 10 1359 HOMES FOR '

Very Florida nice. room.2-bedroom.Like Large new. I I St. Pete Be Ch''.fsr'r;

a41r' :
.; Price and. terms low.

.. CBS to ODen Again' '

One beautiful An- ..
corner. ...
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it \
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chor fence. 57th St. Price ,
manager has authority to closo .
y .> '.
and terms low. Good buy. Spa Deach for the third time o( t... ,"" < '.i,,'
Negroes mix with whites there. .,
Call HARRY DENNY NOW Meanwhile, there Is speculationthe a ,M1l Si:

city might seek assurancethe

The Keyes Co. new Presbyterian College: .
here won't permit Integration.
I t
480 HialDn -T 7441 .
The City Council voted Tues-

Job 'Opportunities BEDROOM house for rent. SeeIt ........N...............................I_-.... "ttay .Jtoreopen the city-owned
i at 3006 NW 51st Terrace. beach buT .ytUarlzed acting. City
after 4 for Fletcher; closeit fY K h
Urban Call NE 4881 p.m. Manager V. L. t.o. "
The Greater Miami Information. Immediately "should -Xliy -.5-.' :
League announces Job oppor emergency arise." : T ::
tunities for the following post FURNISHED, Modern efficiencyIn
tions: convenient location. Would BEDROOM 8T1UXC5S TIKI TO LAND
,Permit clerk police officer, GRANT
couple or man who |
please any
steno clerk 1, painter laboratory wants Ideal surroundings Ph. FRAME HOME >
assistant, carepnter, waste NE 46676. The council deferred ,signing
I, probation deed 160 acreS of
collection drivef I a conveying
I Down
officer I.Steam HOUSE, one bedroom, living city owned land to the Florida
pant:' operator, key Presbyterian Co'lege for a cam
and kitchen, stove. $14 per
punch operator (female), con week. Call PL 81909. Henry Total ,Price $7,500 pus site until Jan. 19.
struction equipment operator, There Is speculation that the

customers accounting clerk I, Brady I Balance $75 a. month city wants to get a promise .
Rodman I, sign painter, motor : NOW IIBNTIXQ from the college that It won't .
vehicle examiner, student trainee APAIITMKNTSOnetbedroom See 5610 SW 15 th St. permit racial integration whenIt -
( training program I with living opens Its doors with a freshman I Dr. J. Milton Smith will be

), clerk steno I. : room, bathroom and kitchen, West Hollywood class of 600 In 1961. the speaker at the 7: 15 service
For details regarding the sponsored by the Interdenominational
Near bus 524 ,
$14 weekly. stops,
I .. .
above Jobs contact H. Allen ---------- -- Ministerial Alliance on
NW 22nd St., 243 NW 14th I !
Jr. of the Greater Miami Suday morning over station
Wheatley ,
Terr., 2945 NW 46th St. Phone '
Urban League, located at FR 93576. NEW 2-BEDROOM Personal Mention WFDC.Dr. .
395 NW 1st st. or call FRanklin Smith is a graduate of
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16476. --- --- '-" -" '-'''-''" Lincoln University, Phlladelhla,

FOR SALE CBS HOMETile William P. Greer of Miami was AD, STD and MA; Western

50x150 DEERFIELD BEACH ir, one of 32 students at Tennessee Theological Seminary, Pitts
Wanted on S.E. 2nd Ct. East of S.E. Is, bath, beautiful kitchen State University listed }fn burgh, Pa., STM; had one academic -
Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRank- "Who's Who Among StudentsIn year at Harvard, and received -
HELP WANTED FEMALE I Un 7-4812 tndi $1,000 Down American Colleges and Uni his Ph.D. from the University
Colored R.N. for staff in local I versities. of Iowa City.

Institution. License from other LOT. Reasonable price. Nassau Balance $125 month . He is associated with the

states acceptable. Visiting nurse Village, Front Wolf Road. Bsth- Among students spending the Alonza Francis Funeral Home
with local license. Must have. car. el Sundries, 6828 NW T8th ave. See 2248 NW 51 Ter. ho'idays at home were Charles and Is president of the men's
Mrs. Mac.RELIABLE. Pbone OX 18765.3BEDROOM lUll of Fort Valley State, MiltonIIaP organization of Grace Presbyter-
NURSING SERVICE h James Howard Jr. 'and 'an Church Rev James CulmerIs

432 Espanola, Miami Beach HOUSE, 2560 NW Bernard Poitier from Atlantic i pastor.
JE 8-8787 155th St., Opa Locka. For information 4 UNIT' CBS College of Mortuary Science. !
I Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Parkerand

LIVEIN NURSE (maids or gen. BARGAIN: bedroom, 1 bath APT. BUILDINGNicely chl'dren have returned to Community Groups No. 5 and
eral domestic workers Cook $50. CBS home. Nearly new $295 orwill I Washington, D.C. Many'cour 7 of the FJrst' Unitarian Church
Come early In morning with take ot as down payment. furnished, excellent tesies were extended to the m will have a.oovered dish supper
clothes and uniform We will Balance like rent. 1481 NU Income good location during their stay, Including a and discussion meeting on Sat
pay $2.00 transportation cost to 152nd st. Phone HI 3.1983 visit to the Seaquarlum and a urday, Jan. 10, 7 p.m. at the
any hostess ,bringing us a live-In HI 38412. Deposit. will hold. Only $2,000 Down picnic lunch at Virginia Key home of Mrs. Evelyn S. Ross
girl we place. Mrs. Mac. J31 Beach hosted by Mr. and Mrs. 2321 Tiger Tail Ct., Coconut

RELIABLE SERVICEJE ... 'Balance $225 month 'Samuel Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Grove. .
Warren Welters entertained witha
8.8787 432
Miami Beach Espanola dinner In their honor. On Sunday, Jan. 11, 11 a.m. at
House For Rent the church, Rev. Glenn O. Can-

Will take trade for lots or Mrs. Marion Johnson ofv 1531 field will speak on the topic,
Large 2bedroomAll acreage or will cash NW 1st court, returned'rrthis "Courage to Stand Alone." That
FOR RENTNice .. pay week from Nassau, where she evening; at 8:15: the J Jefferson
for eitherCHARLES
furnished room in Floral Tile Features spent the Christmas' holidays.She Club, ap adult discussion grqup,
will meet at the home of Mr.
Park, 1928 NW 59th St reports a splendid visit and
Unfurnished PracticallyNew Is loud in praise of her host and ; and ,Mrs. Pabl Greenberger

MODERN bedroom apt., stove, hostess, Mr. and Mrs. C. Rob 147pAiSW 87th ave. ,"

refrigerator and water quiet. All Jalousy Windows H. PYKE. erts and wlsh's, to thank the Air members and friends of.
Inquire 844 NW 70th at. apt 5 many friends who made her stay the church have been invited;.to
NA 16953. $25.00 Week REALTOR very pleasant. j :': attend a "Committee Clinic', at
the. church on Wednesday, Jan.
NICE FURNISHED room In 5811 NW 24th Ave. PLaza 7-8151 Mr. and Dire' John A. Lord. 14, ?;30 p.m., following a supper
Bunohe Park section of 0 p a were the house guests of his at 6:30: p.m. The clinic will
Locka. For single man only For mother, Mrs. M. E. Stevens, and be devoted to a search for waysof

Information, call NA 16654. Advertise It Pays! I brother Edwin Al;, Lord duringthe stability and growth and hew
holidays.: They were enter. ways of; leadership. Panel discussion
ROOM at 141 NW 9th -St. talned highly by his couslji, Mrs. leaders will be Royal H..
See Miss Montgomery atapt.. 1.J31. Helen Wiley and her husband, Cloyd, associate director of>
and also by Mr and Mrs. Lester Adult Education of the Councilof

\ BANK NOTES . . . . . by Malcolm Woolen. They reported an Liberal Churches in Boston;
APARTMENTS with one bed enjoyable stay and motored backto Mrs. Nelson A. Burgess general

room living room, kitchen, bath their home Murfreesboro al'lance executive secretary,
room with shower and tub, un Tenn., where they are teachers. also of Boston; and Mrs. Doro-
furnished. 624 NW 22nd St., I gA& thee Flippo, regional vice president
2945 NW 46th St., 422 NW 14th I }. Miss Theoria Houston daughter of the Alliance from Charlotte

Terr. $15 weekly. FR 9-3576. I UT is YEARS AGO ..J' of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin N.C.
I I 10 A SMAU.SOUTH OMOTA ; Houston, was at home for the
NEW bedroom house, tile bath, 1M,A NTE holidays. She brought as guests
utility room unfurnished.. Adults. TOOPOJAJEWEIPVS1DRSSOME ) Miss Barbara Moyer of New
NW 69th. st. $17 weekly Phone A L00 L l NK&wE HIM York, Carlton Boyd of North mlE CVd7 9
L 71 / Carolina and Thomas -- :
HI WITH A*mct\ *$ torn ; Day of ::
8.6985.'I HE'S A LEADING JEWELER jl \ Washington D.C. Miss Houstonand i ,. .
n -
ROOM. new home. Price rea Miss Moyer are students At 'D V
sonable. Call NE 4-1707. A Bennett ,
I The Houstona are now living
P'tIRNSIiEDI Weekly rooms, / In their, new homVpn 55th at. t.

double $10 Mae's Quest House,
2170 Washington St., Opa. Locka Dr. Kenneth ifodgers popula; .
MU 13619. J24SMALLIIQJSE Bahamian physician .returned to .
TWOMAS JEFFERSOfJ Nassau on Monday alter a short "Never lMfote has tHc .
1-feed room. For +, COINEP TUB MAWB"CXMS 'rOR ONE oc 10Q 15 visit. Dr. Rodgers --accompanied American dollar had .ucKjoodhyelnff "
couple. Store refrigerator. Rent sS HOST POPULAR Pieces OP CURROJCTHGWOCOFROW one of his patients to Miami for power\}
$15 a week. 1371 NW 68th at. 0j >NE lAW''DEL1M4r A 6lWIN6''p' Jfi 1 JTN' further treatment,

DOOM Private entrance Tel John Franklin Bethel Jr., who

OX 1.1690 or come. to 1032A NW has been 111 at the County hospital J. B. SMITH
69th st.FURNISHED. is Improving, to the de-
light of family and friends.
APT. $14.60 per I .
week, NE 6-9676. ,. Mr. and Mrs. William: Dennis .
I of Albany Ga. were house
A*00 ROOM for rent in guests of Judge and Mrs. John Electrical Contractor
'home, owner works, use of PLAt! PICWIC EASS A D. Johnson during the holidays
utilities, friendly folk, child al FILLED WITH BftVJP RXJOSAF ', Mr. Dennis is the president 01 HOUSEWIRING
lowed, Reasonable 1960 NW NEW 1gAK 6MJt A and Is the
0 A Mrs. "Don't cuss Call us"
brothers of Johnson.
68th at., NBJ 5.8915.vMrs.. Bessie WO CTOO A CHECKING: "t .
Jjtckson. Oft SAi/WGS% ACCOUNT. --- SHONE NE 5-3058
p I'NW 3rd Are., Apt.- visiting her mother Mrs. Night. or Day ..
ROOM. Grace Edwards .'. ., . .... 110.1
o .. for the holidays 'II to.. ..
o '203. Man !t'\I". .. J 1

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-- -a -- I conducted on Jan. 6- 'With BurialIn Boy Scout Leaders
CARD OF THANKS Evergreen Cemetery t
Richardson . to not To Organize
he Mrs. LUMe D. 15910 ,
The family of late
; loving memory of our dear NW died
19th ave., Opa Locka
NAAMAN'CULMER mother Ynlol Adderly, 6973 NW 17th The National "Boy Scouts of
at Jackson Memorial Hospitalon
who passed Dec. 22 ave., was funerallzed on Jan. 3,
1958, AREBELLA THOMPSONwho Jan. 5. She is survived by a America -offer a great
wishes tt1: anlc'ttsrnany! ; Mends, from the chapel. Rev. E. A.Cu'mer for' advance of wellroundedmen
departed this :Mfe Jan. 9, daughter, Mrs Ola Mae Colvin, ty
neighbors ;:and organizations for 1945!) aVlclated. Burial was and a grandson, Wiley Drinkard of the future. For this rea-

cards, flowers; telegrams and all I'd toP him how my sins arise, In Lincoln Memorial. Mr. Adder. of New: York, who is here for eon the. board of directors of the
expressions of sympathy ley is survived his wife, Her- Scouts of America invite
during What sorrow I sustain; her final rites. Services will be Boy
Us recent bereavement. How grace decays, and comfort mine, two children. : conducted on Saturday, Jan. 17 you to an organizational meet-
dies I at 1 in Greater Bethel ing at which time we. wiir' discuss -
Thanks to Bain's Funeral] Willie Jenkins, 675 NW 17th plans'tor developing
And leaves heart In AM7 Church with Rev. Cousins
Home for efficient services. ren The pain St., died In the Veterans Admin. "JFlner Manhood" In this commiinltjr. -
Family officiating Burial will be In
dered. Special thanks to Fr. tratlon Hospital on Dec 26 The The meeting will be
Lincoln ;Memorial Cemetery-
Theodore R.. Gibson, who ren body was shipped to the Carter held Wednesday, Jan. 14.A

dered the ceremony In a wonderful CARD OF THANKSThe Funeral Home In Jacksonville Joseph Ito-Ita of 1725 NW Booker ,T. Washington High

and efficient manner. where the funeral arrangementswere 64th fit., died at his residency School 7:30: p.m. Your support
Last but not least, to the City family of the late, completed by Mrs Idell on Jan. 7. He was employed at in thU effor\! will be greatly appreciated

of. Miami t9r Its police escort. EDWARD WHITE[ Jenkins, widow. Pan American Airways for several ,

The love and undersanding with to express our sincere appreciation years. He is survived by his t'.Alexader Brooks.{ chairman
you shared with us shall always to our many friendsfor Car Lee Johnson, 1421 NW widow, Mary, five daughters,
abide In 6th court, struck by a car on
our hearts. kindness shown during our his mother, Mrs. Fannie Holts,' j
Amy .0. Culmer, daughter : recent bereavement. Thanks for Dec. 27, was- killed Instantly.He I two brothers and a sister. Services .

- cards, I letters: and telegrams and Is survived ,by his wife, Mrs. will be conducted Monday,
I Carrie Lee Johnson. WIRE BEATS lIRE. .
Mess \ c of-.Th ks the beautiful flowers sent. Jan. 12 at Mt. Tabor Baptist
Thanks to those who( donated'arsn2vr Qhurch. Burial will be in Lincoln
We the : 44iy. family of the late
taff of thJackw" JTemorl 9th st.. Florida City, died In the
\ .L.:
VarletjfcjriJiU\ 1n n'g Hospital on I
Hospital, the Rev. Clark of Car
Ranches for the Dec 29. WattVFvis; r .4Ua Jji- Mrs.
er soul-stirring W. MaynardDies
month-old of Mrs Willie M.
u ogv. and all those who parI'clpated son !
Clayton. Funeral was! held onDpc.
: on the funeral pro 31 the with in New York
from chapel
rum, from the depths of our
L : i< arts we say thanks for your Rev. Jackson officiating Durlal H
'indnes3 that will never be for was In Evergreen Memorial''. Mrs. WiKle: Pratt Maynard of

ott n, but helped to heal our New York City, the daughter of
vound, May God bless you. Obedlah Rodgers, airman, Mrs. Irene O. Pratt of 1515
r Gratefully, stationed at the Homestead NW 2nd ave., Miami, died early
Mrs. Arementhla White APR, died on Dec. 31. The body Sunday morning, Jan. 4.
was shipped to the J. O. Patterson .
wife i Funeral Home in Memphis, Mrs. Maynard, who lived In

where arrangements were made, Miami before moving to New
IN' MEMOKIAM( York was: a granddaughter 01

Mrs El'a Harris, 327 NW 6th the late Rev. S. A. Sampson,

In memory of our dear fit., died in Jackson Hospital on the founder and first pastor of

husband father and brother, Doc. 31. Funeral to bo held on Mt. Olivette Baptist Church at
..--- Tan 10 at 3 p.m from Greater 1450 NW 1st court In Miami.

, Bethel AME Church with burialIn
., '. Lincoln Memorial Park. Mrs. Maynard is survived by :I
0 her husband, William Sr.; two
,.' 't Norman Mackey, 213 Grand daughters, Mrs. Va'arie J. Coleman -

>;, :, ave., died In the Kendall Hospital and Mrs Darbara Jean Frailer
+ J .1 a son, William Jr., three
on Jan 4. The body will be
:.,:;:i: ... shipped to the Cunningham Fun-. !sisters! Mrs. Carmltta Lyons of I
t'ral Home In Ocala on Friday. New, York City and Mrs. Vernay
MRS. MARTHA WALKERwho L. Jones and Mrs. Irene D. John

departed this life, Dec. 25, ..kJ !son! both of Miami, and a large 'No flames
wish' to express our sincerest Range . number of other relatives.
and deepest gratitude to everyone No loot
who remembered us during Mrs WIIJn.. White of 7169 Funeral services for Mrs.
our hour of bereavement.We N'W 16th ave., died at her 'reel.t Maynard were held Thursdayat I No waited heat

humbly submit ourselves -nee'on Dec 31. She Is sup- the F, McMillian Funeral ,No vents I

with thankfulness to Rev P. D. vided by a Bon, Arthur, her falh- Home In New York,
r, two sisters, two brothers Tucks_In anywhere
Drantley, officers and members
Services! wlP Mrs Pratt and.other members
be conducted on j f ,
of the
Israel Bethel Primitive
'>f tho family went to New
turday, Jan. 10 at Mt. Sinai
Baptist Church, Miami; Rev, E. Baptist Church with the Rev S. York to attend the funeral, I ''S yowplum6erorJ.o/er'
Rtchardson, officers and
members of the Antioch' Baptist A. Thomas officiating Burial Persons desiring: to send ,.condolences -' FLORItA POWER ftlICHf
will be at Lincoln Memorial! ,
Church. Brownsvl'le' Progress'va in the death of Mrs. COMPANY
em eteryPaul
I.odttp No. 510, Order of Maynard may address' them in

Eastern Star, Chapter No. 29, Wlliwn of 6791 NW care of her sister, Mr. Carmlt- t HELPING lUlU fLORIDA
ta Lyons, 2198 (Pth'? NYC.
businessmen of Brownsville ave., t.
2nd ave.. died at Dade County r
'- '
neighbors and friends, for services DROWN I Hospital on Jan. 3. Ho is survived

consoling words, cards of WILLIAM 5. by his wife, lona, 3 children
sympathy, telegrams, floral who passed away on January his mother, Mrs. Lottie
he rest In
1957. May peace
pieces the
donation of cars, and Wilson and his maternal grandmother
wtjnderful visitations, also the may light perpetual shine upon .
Chapel services were
Tabernac'e Baptist Church, ilm. SQ.

Rev. A. H. Esslx:, pastor of West The Family SPACE

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Rockland Palace-829 ,N.W. 2nd Ave. or

Henry Senior, Louise Taylor, sad but loving memory of sad but loving memory of Call FR 3.8989 in the morning
Oussle Long, A&M University; our dear husband and father our dear wife, mother and!
the Wlmberly and Wright family grandmother! ,

the Kilpatrick family, the MRS IDA GIBSON ..
Independent Life Insurance! Co., *ho departed this life Jan. 5,

Miami: Mr. and Mrs. George 19R7. Modern Equipped ''RestaurantWITH
Rosser and family. Progressive Though life goes on forever,
Lodge No. 510, Deacons and ..t will never, ever be as happy BEER, AND WINE LICENSES
Trustee Boards! of Antioch flap
tlst Church, Brownsville; The QU were with us AH Ready to OperateMOVE
Brownsville Social Leaders Club, The loVe and! understanding
Mr. and Mrs. CE'cll"Jones and hat you shared with 10 many, RIGHT IN-START BUSINESS
,and shall always remainin \
family and the Jones' Grocery have hearts monument of (Licenses up to Date)
our as a
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Barco, Mr.
and Mrs. Ola Nesbit, Antioch h our devotion to you. Business Address!
Mr. Albert Gibson
Baptist Church, Brownsville, 4 And Family! 628 N.W. '3rd Ave. FR 14554Or
Mr, and Mrs Glenn Curtis, Hen .
ryE.. Mangels Co., the Grand See Mr. ,Myers, 320 'N.W. 7th St.
United Faithful Few Cub; No.8, IN MEMORIAMIn

Deaconess Boyd No. 1 of Greater '

Israel Bet BethePrlmltlve} Baptist : memory of the late, I
Church,. '':-Greater Israel GERTRUDE VIRGINIA DAVIS
Bethel Primitive Baptist Church, who departed this life Jan. 9,

Rev, p, D. Bra*t' y, pastor; wGEORGE 1957. The Lowest Prices on Used TV's,
Holsura Bakers, General Whole f'or those we love within the! veil

sale Distributors Brownsville Who once were comrades of Radios. Try us-You'll Like us

neighbors, Order of Eastern our way,
Star, Chapter No 117; Mr. and r We thank thee, Lord; for they .

Mrs. John Speal, Mr. and Mrs have won
Frank Neal and Victoria C. To cloudless: day.
Wilson Jr. M DROWN Our Service Department has been serving this com

who departed this life Jan. 8, And life for them li.. life Indeed,
May God grant each of you 1958. The splendid goal of earth' munity for 24 years. Ask your neighbor, he is probably

with many blessings "Asleep In Jesusl! Far from theo strait race; one of our many satisfied customers.
Ed Walker, husband Thy kindred and their graves And where no shadows Intervene

Johnny Wafker. son may be; They lee thy face. You can save 50% on your TV repair bill by bringing

Alphonso Walker, ton nut there Is till a blessed sleep. Your set In1SOOTIN'S
Helen Walker From which none ever wakes to There' are no tears within their

daughterinlawOdessa weeps" eye;
Walker Our love for you shaH always With love they keep perpetual TV

., daughter1n-law linger on.Lovina. tyret; (Since 1934)
Brown, wife And praise and work and rest
Johnnie Ann Walker

Walker granddaughter Jr., 7 8 sons daughters-in-law., 2 daughers,2 sonsinlaw With are O Christ. 321 N.W. 3rd Ave. Ph. FR 3.1589

Alphonso grandson 16 grandchildren Jane D. Lewis, daughter ,
John C. Davis, ion
Eddie Walker, grandson 1 great



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., Rev. Goo E. Johnson, pastor
Richmond Heights
Rev. Albert Jones, pistor The Watch Night services

'!' Services on Sunday last were were conducted by Rev. George
s E. Johnson He assisted bj
Inslpratlonal. Sunday was
Ut i iI. School highly began at the usual hour Rev. Ernest Hutcheson Jr., an
In attendance associate minister of Temple
/ with a banner
m Clittrdi The scripture lesson for Baptist Church.
to our morning worship was taken The congregation listened very
1 from St. Luke 15. The pastor solemnly while the old year was
/ me took his text from said chapter replaced by 1959. The entire
and delivered a truly Inspiring service was a reminder of tho
r message Ills theme was, "I Am goodness of the Lord, and the
I Coming Home." IIoly Communion obligations to live for Him and .
administered throughout to realize) that lie holds our
i BETHANY BAPTIST j the was day. Usher Board No. 1 lives In Ills hand

Qi.t THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE 3078 N.W. 45th St. served throughout the day and The pastor extends to one and
I. Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor the Senior Choir, under the all A Happy New Year.

14 SATURDAY, JANUARY 10 1959 Sunday School.......... 9:30: am direction of Mrs. Josle Roberts
Morning Service ............ 11 am rendered music for the day. ST. MARY'S W. M.

BTU ....:;.......................... 5:30: pm The Missionary Society met at
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY THE INCARNATION Evening Service ...,........ 7:30: p.m 5 o'clock for Its first meetingof Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor
Mrs. S.
Prayer Service Thurs. 7:30: p.m. the New Year. Dawklns reporter
Mrs. Lucille Boffin secretary 1835 N.W. 58th Street
treasurer of the Coral Gables di Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU Our evening service was usual{Sunday hour School with the began at Its
vision of the Association for the Veronica O'Berry, reporter equaly as Inspiring, Text was
United Nations will speak at the Winter Schedule ................................ 5:30: pm taken from the 19th chapter of In charge Mrs. Marva Trot-
Daha'l Center, 137 NW 11th ave., :Sundays: Evening Worsulp ............ 7:30: p.m St. Luke 22nd verse. man.Rev.The H. lesson V. Steward.was reviewedby
7:46: p.m. Sunday Jan. 11. Her I Church School and Visitors always welcome Our Christmas exercises were
Sunday School} ............ 9:30: am Services began at 11 a.m. with
subject will be "Work !Is Wor Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: ajn. held on Friday Dec. 26 and
ship." Al'l' races and faiths aro Solemn Sung Mass and Morning Worship ........ 12:00 ajn talents were beautifully displayed the pastor !In charge. lIe lector

cordially Invited.TRIUMPH. Sermon .................... 11:00: a.m.Confirmation 323 N.W. 14th St by members of our Sunday ed for eight minutes on Peter
Instruction for Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor and John going up to the

Children .................... 6 p.m.E. Sunday Services School.Watch Night services were Temple. Love Feast was administered
CHURCH Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. highly spiritual. Our pastor de and testimonial' service.
Solemn Evensong and ST. MATTHEW AMEZ and set the Everyone was blessed with a
Prince H. Mobley pastor livered the message
Sermon ......... ............, 7:30: p.m. hallowed fire. spiritual blessing.No. .
Sis C. McKInney, reporter 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. church on
Tuesday: Rev. J. A. Warren pastor Remember the sick and the 1 choir rendered music
Calls Forth wasthe St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild
Jesus Faith
subject, of the first lesson for Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. Sunday School............... 9:45: a.m.. shut-Ins In your prayers. with Mrs. U. Hlggs at the organ
the new year. Faith !Is not really Wednesday: Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. .No. 1 ushers served.
faith until It Is faith !In action. Low Mass .................... G:30: a.m. Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. EBENEZER METHODIST The 7 p.m. devotional was led
Many of us declare that we believe Evensong and Meeting of Rev. Aaron D. Hall pastor by the pastor. He preached from
In God and then we live Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. TRINITY WESLEYAN Ernestine L. Hambrlck reporter Ezra 8:21.: Holy Communion was
served and
God. Real Thursday: everyone was filled
as If there were no I
faith Insists that we give !In the The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor Beginning the new year let us with the guidance of the Holy
All Angels Mrs. Phvllls Andrews, reporter take time to be holy. Let tho Spirit. Three choirs rendered
faith and assist us in caring ............ 9
belief that God well. honor our Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. Sunday School....... a.m world rush on. The worship ser music and both usher boards
Morning worship .................... HOC: served.
our necessities after we have Friday: 5 vice at Etbenezer Sunday was
given. St. Cecelia's Choir Young People's Meeting p.m v.ery Inspiring. The auditoriumwas The public is cordially Invited

Rehearsal.... ...,......... 8:00: pjn TEMPLE BAPTISTChoir packed to Its capacity. Three to attend a sale at the. church
The school was wonderful and persons were received Into the '
Hail Saturday evening at 3:30
the classes were filled to their NOTE: Sundays Solemn Mass
No.2. Mrs. Miriam church. The service and ajten
p.m. at 1607 NW 5th court. Its
capacities and the Lord was High Mass and Benediction oi
and C. Ambrose dance will long be rememberedby
Hepburn president being sponsored 'by the Sun
the All
really present. Among our on
all who
director will celebrate Its worshiped.
Feast day School parents. Please see
visitors were Prince and Sister Days.Weekends fifth anniversary with a spicy! Senior usher board No. 2 will that children out
Low all your come to
: mass on
R. Williams and Dro. and Sis
3:30 The have charge of class meeting on *
program Sunday. : p.m. the sale and teachers also.
holy and Saints' Days.
J. Neal of Daytona Beach Tuesday night.
The .subject of the YPE band Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on public Is Invited. We regret the loss of Sister

was "Warning Against Division. all Feast Days. Monday evening, beginning at Willie Mae Anderson 1149A NW MONROE MUSIC HOUSE

I Corinthians 11013. The topic 6:30: o'clock, the Missionary Society 5th ave. Mrs. Anderson was a Everything !in Gospel Music
was beautifully read and discuss CORINTH'BAPTIST will sponsor Its annual faithful member of the usher Everything for the Church

ed. 1450 N.W. 59th St. New Year Dinner on the church board. We share our heartfelt I Hymnals, Furniture 1969 Commentarles. -

The evening service began In Rev. W. T. Thomas pastor grounds The president Mrs. sympathy with th'o family and. I Mall orders promptly
Phone NE 5-1518 Agnes Burroughs, and her co- love ones. filled. 242 NW 8th St., Apt. 5.
high gear and the Lord w a aglorified.
Services Sunday workers are doing all they can There will be Infant baptismand FR 3-8493 Miami 36, Fja.
Bro C. Williams con every
ducted the meeting and Sis. J. Sunday School ,...J.,.... 9:30 a.m. to make this a grand affair. reception of members Into

Major opened the expression Morning Service ............ 11 a.m. This Is registration month the full membership of the
service and many praises went' Evening Service ........ 7:30: p.m., and all members are urged to church Sunday. 1317 NW 6th ct.; Charlie Neal
The following are the sick 1068 NW 66th St. Sis. Ruth
forth. The speaker for the evening start the year right by registering
was Rev. O. Griffin pastorof ST. FRANCIS XAVIER on Sunday. and shut-Ins: Sisters Estella Fernandez, Jackson Hospital,
Key West. Ills text was, "Bo 0' Farrlngton 1542 NW 70th st.{ Brol Wiilford! Young, Jackson
Ye Holy For Am Holy" Isaiah N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. MATTHEW AMEZ F'orence Holmes 3356 NW Hospital. You .are urged to pray
36:8 and Hebrew 12:14.: T h s Phone FR 91424MASSES ST. 53rd st.; Bro Joseph Delaney for and visit the sick.

message was wonderful and tho 1628 N.W. 5th Avenue
Lord was really speaking thru Dally................................ 3 a.m Rev. A. J. Warren, pastor
........ 7 & 8:30
Sunday a.m. : a.m
Rev. Griffin. R. R. reporterOn
marks were given by Rev. Gloa-
ten. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN last Sunday Jan: 4, good Sympathetic and Economical Services

Jan. 1 was the beginning* of Rev. James E, Culmer, pastor services were held throughoutthe Alonza Francis, Director and Embalmer
day. At the morning wor
our 30 days Pentecost and Fast Eddie Edwards, clerk Dr. J. M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Boggs Evans
the on
meeting and all our many friends Sunday School............... 9:30: am ship pastor spoke Business Associates
"The L4fe.
are asked to come out and enjoy Morning worship .... ........ 11OC subject, .Signs of
and delivered Inspiring Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson, Business Manager ,
a. very
the Lord with us. Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pjn
message, which was well received I Spacious Modern Chapel and Slumber Room
-.L .1. -L by all present. Avery
"J{ "JI( 7( warm and friendly spirit pre 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida

THIS! Called among all of the mem FR 9-5381 Phone PL 4-2857
READ THIS! READ bers and visitors who attended
Thoughts have wingsI
Among guests present at this
influence others
N can service were Thomas Adams and
with\ my thinking Mrs. Vlrgle Pettus both of New
w York City. Visitors are always
M GiftedSpiritualist welcome at this "little church "A Living Service For The Living"

with a big heart."
Funeral l HomeOSCAR

Faith Worker
On Suciay afternoon at !3
r o'clock there will be a battle of AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owner

gospel songs between the Sl\
i A r KSTARK Trumpets and the Sensational PHONES: OX 1-0131 PL OX 1-4343

Hummingbirds1. Admission Is
free and the public is Invited. A
Star Is now muly to give you your personal life reading. fine 'program Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
very has been ar
I will solve your problems IInshow you the road; to happiness . ranged tor the occasion.

and success! pie I hare done for 'so many others. I do any At the morning worship the 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida

kind of special.' work. Your life analyzed and your, deepest pastor's message will be "Come rI I rl

secrets told without you saying a word, or no charge See a Man." Other services for l

for "Knock and tho the day will be Sunday Schoolat \
K Star A special message you. I
9:30 a.m. and evening worship
will Sock and will find. K: Star It a gifteduwoman.
door open. you
at 7:30: p.m. The evening ,
t She is known by thousands that she- has helped as worship :will be conducted by B. Solomon Funeral Home \

:, ,the LUCKY I 1DY. Born with extraordinary gifts and powers. the Rev. Herbert Ferguson of

-.*YOU (OA3NT BE LUCKY TOO. Faith can move mountains. She Temple Baptist Church. The pub (Established 1928))

.can overcome your financial worries' restore health and lost He Is always Invited to this i t
Dignified Personal Courteous Service
,' nature Cause you to hold Job and sternly 'work This is A OXCKIN" church. ,

A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY far you to become success-
NOTICEAll Funerals Within Range of Each
full No one In trouble turned away

Church notices MUST be BUdget. I
1650 N.W. 27th Ave. 'Miami* Fla. typewritten double spaced -

and on one sheet of paper. Copy
Hours 0 A.m. to 8 p.m. MUST be Into our office by e( 315 N.W,16tlr Street Ph. FR 3-1440 n

p.m.,: Tuesday of each week to
}f Insure Insertion.-Church Editor. r

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Holy Redeemer BIRTHDAY THE MIAMI TIMES The People Newspaper"

Presents TheChristmas DANSANTE SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1959 PAGE 15

PlayThe .

Dorothy Ellen Jenkins and Mrs.sub- She served as news reporter tor bershlp In choir No.3, ML Zion
joys brought by the birth deb daughter of Mr. Church and the presidency
her school and played In the Baptist ;
29th ct.,
James D McKellar of
of Christ are prolonged In the Zeta I
school band. At present she' is of the Amlcettes of
celebrated her 16th birthday on
Catholic Church until the Feast
honoredher on the staff of the WashingtonIan Phi Beta Sorority.
Dec. 31. Her parents
of the
Presentation Feb. 2. The Dan- ; is a Girl Counsellor and
time prior to Christmas knownas with a Sweet holds membership both Y-
sante held at the George Washington
4 Advent, Is time of
a waitingand Teens and Allied Youth. Out-of- FORJABBERWOCK
_...______ ___mmnmm__ longing for the birth of theMes Caner Branch of the school activities include mem- WATCH
(ah.. YMCA. N\V 68th St.
Returning to Miami by speed Some 40 teenage guests wearIng
demand the Highway Q. C.'s of It is fitting then to have our formal attire enjoyed the
Chicago, 111. featuring the Incomparable Christmas play now. music dancing and other special
Evereyone" is Invited activities arranged for the cele
voice of Splncer Tay-; to at
or. The program will be held i at tend. You will be very welcome. I bratlon. Black paper top hats My Neighbors

the Longshoreman's Hall, 816 Time! : Sunday, Jan. 11 at 3p.m. : were featurE'd'as decorationsand FOR SALE

NW p.m. 2nd Tickets ave.,on Friday sale, at an.North 16, 8 and :Monday, Jan. 12 at 8 circles program and stars covers.of gold Interlinked and all. 2 BEAUTIFUL 'NEW

Travel Bureau, O'Neal's Beaul p.m.Place: Holy Redeemer School \er paper formed chains which. HOMES
colored -
Salon, Pratt's Cleaners, Neal'' Campus on east side.IISIIOP draped from a large pastel
of balloons suspendedfrom BEDROOM 2 BATH
Market.: Get yours now. plna 3
the center of the eel.Ing.
for the honoree 1. Wood Floors
A surprise arranged
,'' ,
: : ' was timed for the close of
408 N.W. 21st Street ;; : the Grand March. At that time. GARAGEOn

Rev J. B. Woodley, pastor k '; '"' Marina Adderly played 16 noteson rya Large lots 70x90
:: '; l the chimes a signal for ten
Nathaniel Flowers, reporter ,'\: >: young ladles and six young men 2398 N.W. 67th St.
Sunday School was called to t ,\ tr' each carrying a lighted taper to &>
order at 10:05 a.m. by Deaco ; ,, ome out from the group of there'sItem an 6535 N.W. 24th Ave.
Shotwe'l by singing, "Jesui the "IIMmm now
guests from a clrc.e: about
Keep Me Near The Cross." Tol] honoree and to serenade her that 'cost.push.Inflatlon'hasn't Open Sunday 35 p.m.

Ic "Jesus Hid a Little Boy" ,,' with "Sixteen Candles!" affected too severely!

," ; The charming young honoree,
Morning service was led by
attractive In a white organza
Deacon Smith. At 11:30: a.m.our '\ , =-
" dance frock embroidered In pink
pastor gave us a wonderfu with a white marl ENOUGH
,' and topped ODDLY
message The Lord really was In, ", Imeluding
bou cape greeted the guests
tIchurch on Sunday. relatives and olderfriends tt
The YPCL was called to orde who dropped by to wish
hv: Sis. B. Williams at 6 p.m.The her happy returns of the day.
evening service was led by; I Assisting were seven ladles:
Deacon Sneed. The Lord's suj- Marina Adderly Lessle Rosa .

per was given by our pastor. I niackshear. Kcva Carey, Joyce

The visitors were welcome Johnson Jewyll Johnson, Regina
The No. 2 choir really sang. Th j Joimette\ and Hose Marie Stew

spirit was on high. . rr
-- ="'"
Let us remember the sick and art.The large birthday cake ap
those who are In need. W K 11\IL proprlate'.y": decorated for the oc,

The St. John Institutional raslon, centered the buffet '
NEW MT. CALVARY Baptist Church In Its ever, progressive Mesdames: Dorothy .Wallace Ira 1 fL
ham and Georgette Campbell,
presents .
program .
Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor Bishop W T )Ha.l: as Its guest godmothers of Dorothy, and .iY
Edna E. Thompson, reporter provided th,
: Sophia
minister during,: the morning Mrs
During World War II.New Z.o-
Sunday School was opened at worship hour Sundnv Jan 11, delectable refreshmentsMiss Is Junior at land icltntlttt found a way to ,
Jenkins a
the usual hour by the superin 1959 Rev. Thedford Johnson t Is High.31m. Increase frtth vegetable pro
I (Booker T Washington
tendent. We had a very large attendance pastor of Saint John ductlon by adding th. element

to begin the new yea. .- : molybdenum to th. toil.
with prayer by the superintec :
dent. Song, "Swing Low Swee -
Chariot," then the teachers tool

charge.; .
Morning prayer and devotion. L
Al service was conducted by;

Deacons Riles and Laird. Scripture ,
by Rev. Martin.
Our pastor delivered the

morning service, "Give us An
other 'Chance."
Evening prayer service and
devotional service was conducted .

by Deacons Slaughter and I

Riles. Our pastor delivered thi ,
message, "Drink." Prayers for; K
the sinners was by Rev Fred}y .r' ,
Johnson. '.', S ? Today In the U.S.A. the latest

1\ V 1 advance Is a new form of moryb
2. dtnum called Ato/y>0ro. With :
*"" >- ": i' sL' < After the war It was found this material It it possible to to
Luvenla Knox ,. r of such as
;: that this tame element enabled crease yields crops
Public Relations Officer Australian and New Zealand alfalfa, peGS, ptanuts, and soy

The year 1958 is only a symbol n.'UUII a senior ranchers to Improve grazing beans up to S0'/ by treatingth
now for those of us who an I i,:. P. Jones, right, was Mr. lU'iiulnli eluUUpunnriJor| | nt lands to the point where 4 seeds rather than adding to
united together at the Mt. Zion cited, for her VS: >'mix' of ser''ic.! elcnu university'ntnry 'The| program. wm acres could support 16 sheep the toll. Most Important It U

Baptist Church In the building In the field) of fluent Ion lurlnyt the 1 l h tin hliulctit NIJ.X: Instead of |ust 1. aster for the farmer to apply.
of God's Kingdom Many fruit h 'M! in connection I NimiiMoml"' )
program$ at
I tiliiraflon
Hfliool of
and tin .. ,
1tlurnUolI't"t'k - -- -- -
ir : -
ful efforts were put forth with National Horace
setting up a challenge to rneei at llorMii A&M University' law[ A A.M.-Kiaff I photo by
the forces of a changing work "t.-k. Making/ the prr'M'' 'ntation I I.I Jones Jr. RUPTUREDYou 'I

and to reclaim the spiritual --'I"

values' that are so necessary to< can bo PIIKH from TIIUBS 8LA VICItY. New Non Bartfc,

successful living. I'AlnleM" Office TrviMjnent. LOW COST. NO LOST TO IK.
Some of the outstanding tea' Variety "Top IS"t.
tures on last year's calendar:
were the Mother and Daughte; IMlcfl Ilwtal: Dyes| DR. LONG'S CLINIC

Banquet, the Woman's Day Pro . l.bXI':14TI.IWUOPS: : ..............................."... Jackie WilHoit e A General Health Service

gram, and the annual Chrlstmai" :.=. 8MOKH GUTS: IS YOUR HYIM ........................ The Matters Reducing 21 8.W. lath Ave. Fll 8.1114.VI'S .

Tea. Recognition was made ol a. NO lllXilllTTrt: : ...............................................-... Jl' iny Ilnrne
the 12 of service of the
years 4. XOI10DY UT YOU ...............i .'" (:lark
pastor; a minister of Rellglou!
S.\Y OOODIIVK: ..... .,. The 1'lAmhl"o"
Education was added to the start; rt. I/VKIIH: Ni\iit ? ?

and a choir composed mainly of (f. THY Ml. .................................. James Brown and 1'lnUlt' GUEST HOUSE

young married couples was or T. OXK. 'NICJIIT .......... ........................................... )'::11... i'redey -
ganlzed. H. HTAnoKit uVr: : .-YOU MII LOVE: ............ Lloyd I'rfre REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMS

The year 1959 presents at DON'T HURT ANYMOHK ...?..........?....... SnJ'!,!, Brown By Day or Week
our even p'an greater to challenge excels all and previous It/ li 10.I) ix)vi': YOU MOST or AM, ................................ Hn" .SNko" Efficiency Privileges Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.

efforts. Our beginning showed 11. A LOVUirS: QUESTION.: ............................ CI1lt"' MflMijUrr Phones t OX 1-5343 FR 9-9359

very bright promises and th(. 12.: WHOM: I.OTTA ixVi.v OOQUIJTTW ........ ru iomiin 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue

services on Sunday Jan. 5. had TKAHIHOIH: OV YOUH u: 'I.n ........ The M1dnlahtern$
the usual Spiritual dignity; that KNOW HIM IS TO I/N'IJ HIM ................ Teddy Bear,,
Ood's Holy
always Communion.accompanies The minister presented 15. I mini) A Ti\H ......................................... Traverse Haker

the a very Inspiring; sermon rendered GET 'EM ALL AT THE
music was beautifully Automobile InsuranceIf
and all present had a ver) Rejected

hUh day spiritually. Variety Record Shop"THE don't want it place it.
Remember, those who attend other companies we can
church every Sunday have very Our excellent insurance facilities permit us to place

rich lives and there Is greater HOME OF HITS" this type of business, so phone us if you can't place it.
unity than that which is brought

about by love of one another. 6400 N.W. 15th AvenueAsk federal Insurance Agency
Rev. Edward T. Graham pastorJABBERWOCK
about our Record Player Layaway Plan
. .
.- --- ;;,-' -- - ., I 213 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone FR3-8146

IS ON THE WAY Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results _ _ j' . -

MIAMI TIMES 1 -'The Peoples' Newspaper" Everybody will be glad to know Railway Auxiliary Registration .to''"End.
that Dizzy Jones is back'at the

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1959 happy Fiesta as Room a you and-know Clyde-what Is in as a Extends ThanksThe For Nursing; ,Class.*

-....../N///N......................................................................... YMCA . It's being said that Ladies Auxiliary to the Practical nursing hasp!V becomeone
the Dig "M" might open her Interatlonal Association of Railway of the popular occupations 1
own after hour spot since shedidn't Employees; takes this med recently, It not, :"onjy? ) offers interesting i;
Around Miami get a fair shake at her ium to. thank its friends who und -valuable training c
. "
last place of employment were In attendance at the An but 'there are ulimltcd jobs
And how about that Opa Lock nual Christmas Dinner held available .and many employment .
By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU husband that sez he is going to '

N/N...._.._._._.__._._._._.._.uuuuuu.-.......______nnn_____ ............... divorce his wife cause he can't during auxiliary the wishes holiday all season.The a- prosperous possibilities in the nursing field.
School Marm Ermalene Cooper, stop her from staying out all New Year. Some of the kinds of Jobs
NOW that the will walk down the aisle on Feb. night at another chick's house, Mrs. Clarice Carnegay, which are open to practical
holidays a r 8J] 20. Best man will be WFEC . Hot goods peddlers beware? president nurses include the following:
over and every(i Disc Jockey Ed Cook. the local gendarme is, cracking Mrs. Lorenzo Mungen, Institutional nursing private
Is getting] down on anyone wanting to sella secretary home nursing, doctor's office
normal Miami Carver Hotel Manager, "hot" anything . That ru Mrs. Bessie Griffin, Treas. nurses, doctor's office assistants.
back to I Edwin Williams and Miami mor that is circuiting: about
everyday living, Beautician, Louise Evans, tied the teacher and the other lady Registration! ends Jan. 15 and
BTW Alumni MeetsThe crass begins Feb. 9 for new
we can go on the knot on Wednesday, Jan7.. teacher JUST AIN'T SO!
held at the practical nursing students. All
and help The reception was
pick pur Un Carver Lounge.POLICEMAN. .AFTEIl These words ,. Just regular meeting of the applicants are asked to resort
official Mayor. Live life every golden minute Booker T. Washington High to the Northwestern Senior High
man you OP THE Week: of it I'JCB.: School Alumni Association will School, 7007 NW 12th ave., between
The Girl of be held on next Tuesday, Jan the hours of 9 a.m. to
Walter Turner. Pretty
pick wll be the one will or your last the week: Barbara McNair 13, at 8 o'clock at the school1. 3 p.m. on Thursdays. For fur
choice whose term Teacher of the week: Melvin All members are reminded to ther Information call PL 45491.
If ,
Feb. 15Feb. 14, 1960. be present. Plans for another
from selecthasn't Fox . Dynamic Napolean WATCH FORJABBERWOCK
find that the man you coming event as well as
major .
you to better Reed, former star of the Famous i
done anything to Miami the annual reunion celebration
"Carmen, has brought
Drive !
conditions or help our communities fine will be initiated at this meeting. Carefully
Beach's City a
then In Nov. you'll have a of these boys, ....................----.- -- -- _. __u .___ __.__uu __.__.h...... ".._...U.._u...................__.._.u.__.
else. show consisting P 'r 'A j ;g ; i > >;o- >- >;o>- >>-o'o- ; i
chance to elect the someone man that car three very beautiful girls and a ..,'t K.*::0oll.. .t,...o!....!..o!..i.!..o!.IoSoXo!.Ti>K..!....>I..i,!'.'>!Vi,....,...................'.'.',...... ..,:i:.,..............'.'............,......."7...............U.

ries and However people the has, you title"looked has will done have out"a a good for chance Job his course small ,-band, his of wonderful.songs. along that vocal with people,renditions of i;; Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From I H::!.

We must remem love to hear. As Mr. Heed putsIt ,8.
reelect him.
to ber, too, that this title does not "I've got a nice Lounge iu VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645. 1=
carry a salary, so try to pick Show, a fine cast: a won 21
not be tied derful manager. How can I ,
who will
someone lose?" The Reed show ; w -yi r $ V
down so that he cannot be available r1t ,.
and discus leaves the Miami area in February rl 1
for meetings ,
stuns concerning our causes. for England, where he and .. }
Times-a-wasting, so come on and his show will do a series of TV r,1!,,

get those post cards In to me shows. ( i t ,,11t #.
with your selection. The score :
this far Is as follows: ..DUKE ELLINGTON'S "Jump 1"1 ..
I Father Gibson, 198; Attorney For Joy" which opens at Copa : H :: t
City Jan. 20 Is said to be quite 2 SE
Arrington, 167; Atty. G. E. I 't
:a show and with the of \ E>3
Graves, 161; Dr. Ira P. Davis, array :' "1 \ -
139; E. N. Taylor 96: Dr. J. O. talent it's gotta be good. The 1t 4
Drown 93; Charles Hadley, 82; past Includes beautiful, luscious
Slim Bannister 81; Bill Kim Barbara McNair, Stump and 1t. '
trough 60. Stumpy, Timmie Rogers, Jimmy ,:' ',1 irk E 4 ;' t,, StfH. ,.
The voting closes Feb. 16 and Randolph (last year's Cotton n ,,j S .S S
Club headllner :',,'1 ,
the winner will be' announced I ) The very tal' H
Feb. 20.LADIKS. ented Memphis Quaen, Othello :',,'1 IE
Dallas, Norma Miller and the H ,
please be careful Four Jazz Boys The Miller ;1t1 .I a 'e r a
when walking, driving or parking Brothers vocal! group (no rela- '21; EM
,your car, even In your own Ion to Norma), Duke Elllng-
garage or yard at night. Last. on and his orchestra featuring En3. 111.. \
week, a young woman who is Johnny Hodges, Harry Carney, ,ac F Ryr
pretty well known around Miamiwas :and Ray Nance. The dances are
attacked In her front yard Staged by Nick Castle and the| c':t: rtn

after wielding parking sex-crazed her car, a gun He show NaturaMy was, written the music by Sid was '-.u; 4aMiwYWPa .-...,.... \ -' aav. .,,, ..MswT+ a rN sr Mf rp .. S.. flw.i't #

beat her after she refused to obey ranged by His Majesty, Billy ;n '
his orders, but her condition Strayhorne. The show should bea ,WHY PAY RENT ? i

Isn't too bad . Just enoughfor dllly. 1 11
this young woman to go and ; I ..
buy herself a gun for her pro {; YOU of 1'hiladelphia'started 1t' q?

tection.. Seems ,he was scared off playing the pi 12,t Brand New Bedroom CBS Homes tu5.
by a' neighbor coming to his ano at the age of 6. Mr. Young, .
door in answer to her screams. one of the finest players I've 2' OPEN FOR INSPECTION SUNDAY 10 to 6 p.m. en!

When you're riding late at ever heard, is here In Miami for jl ll See Finished Models 1563 1573 1583 NE 152nd St., N. Miami Beach kit i
night, alone, lock your doors the season. lIe"Is not a bop
and raise the windows, and leave player or Jazz artist, but a gentleman t1tj; O Tile Bath o All Grassed Front rU n.t!
some light on your porch and In of 1,000 fingers. His
your yard. The light bill may bea style of music Is what I call 0 Bedroom o All Jalousied Windows tniUi
little higher, but your safetyis "refreshing" to the ear after a
worth much more. Liberty decade of advanced music. Mr. 0 Separate Dining Area e No Closing Costs luUi.

City and Brown Sub areas have Young has played with some of O Formica Kitchen o Large Walk-in Closets iX!
patrols but Isn't it strange when the all-time greats such as the .
you want a policeman it seems unforgettable Fats Wailer, Art IU 9 Close to Shoping Center e Baked Enamel Kitchen Cabinets
that they are busy elsewhere. Tatum, Steve IIuckh'beetle, Earl r, itA
This is a good thing for our Hines and many others. If you 'J s ONLY < OQr DOWN l
unofficial mayor, whoever he should ever see this man's name Lt MR. MARTIN uli i 79 ON PREMISES ilit
turns out to be, to talk with advertised In any place, I suggest a1t 1
Safety Director Tom Kelly and that you stop In and listento '="'
County Manager Campbell some very wonderful and re 1ttl t Brown Sub $395 DOWN Hurry! Only $795 DOWN Move in !
about. Maybe we can get more freshing music. I sincerely believe t4 t Lovely email house for widow or Opa Locka beauties. Waterfront. N

policemen to patrol our areas at that this man's name will single person. Large landscaped, Mr. Bliss on premises :1 to 6 p.m.i i .,
night ring out all over the
someday. Yep, that's country Russell i" fenced in lot. Only one mortgage See 1789 1791 NW 155th St.,
WEDDING BELLS DEIWD.: Young ;J t to pay, close to bus, very neat. Opa Locka. Built-in oven Built-in I'

Walter Cunningham, popular I in Priced low. range One Mortgage Tile roof

businessman about town, and DISHING OUT The Dirt: ;1 -,- 3bedroom. Large utility room Ii
Custom built Close to schools

1 I ;14 Opa LocJka Brand $495 Newt DOWN CBS our Formica opinion, kitchen.In best buys. of year i =

TV SICK ? ,t 2-bedroom CBS separate living ,U.
:n room, dining room, kitchen. SOX
)8 t5 100 lot. Nicely built. Total price ,LIBERTY CITY SPECIAL ,

.... Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to' 9 p.m. fu only $7,995. One mortgage, , ., Open this.. _Sunday for i inspection, r1t 2 ? ':,
: : Custom 'Built GeorgeousI! fu :
.'". tSee: ; 1677 NW 154th. at, \ -. ::- !: >
_ : 'SAME,DAY SERVICE I. See 5930 NW 19jh Av. ',2t' ,
,. Mr. George will show .10 to 5
:.. ALL MAKES ALL MODELS ;1tU'' Brown Sub $695 .DN. Cleou 3-bedrooms 2 baths t! ;

= 3bedroom. Front and rear screened Separate Rear All Jalousied s

Picture Tube; Special' ai; i in *porches. Separate dining Florida Room Large Lot 70x120 2!

1t'' room. All fenced in. One mortgage Un't1n"t'n and range+ ShowerDoors N

.1 7.lnch-$22.95 21-inch J29.95 2t to pay, real nice. (both bathrooms) Electric" .t 4
!thak Heaters (both bt\thmom.) LargeBedrooms
0. Hallway Hooter Large MK
Brown Sub $495 DN. Priced Low Cnrporte All flr LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN alt} 2bedroom. Large fenced in lot. Front Flower Planters' 5

t Will not stay stay long. Hurry! Can buy at only $2,000 DOWN t
inch TV Good condition $39.95
Used 17- u1C
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--RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it in for quick service


Vets. Radio & TV Co. are open every day 9 to 9 p.m. including Sundays

_ 939 N.W. 3rd Ave. j t ri; 201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL 7.1645ic 2 2t

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