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Qebrlng Wealthy white rancher _
Duane V. Palmer, 70. has
wil cd $100,000 to a Negro woman -
who told aha once treatedhis Gets 3 Years; for Shooting' ,Policeman

ulcers and a bad. leg with ,
"old fashioned remedies."
J WHIle Dlz:.h, 23,l who shot an
Palmer died of a heart attack Opa Lock policeman ''while being
12 FLEE HOUSE BURNED WHEN
Christmas Day, 1957. He owned arrested was sentenced to
considerable land In Highlands FLAMES STOVE three, years In state !prlspn Mon
County and left the $100,000 to day.Criminal Admiring the trophy he won
Mrs. Ellen Mae Hansen, 45, De- A family of 12 awoke in timeto EXPLODES Court Judge George In the Alabama State College
Soto City beautician who lives flee their burning house In E. Schultz 'passed sentence after Cross Country ran U Wiley; Lang
with her husband, Ivan on the Perrlne at: 3:30 a.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Alma Knowles, 64, of finding Birch guilty of assault 'of Tu'kegeQJ Institute. Lang,- who
Palmer ranch near her morning. 767 NW 64th st., suffered burnsof with Intent to murder Opa Locka la A sophomore physical education
Steven Roberts and his familyfled the head and hands early Policeman Stuart Nobles. major at Florida A& I. is
Palmer also bequeathed half from windows and doors of Tuesday when a gas stove ex Birch, was arrested bv a. distance runner on tho crack
his estate. to his widow, Lillian, the house at 11830 Homestead ploded In her home as she was Nobles for drunk driving at SIAO championship track and
and the balance to a nephew, Ct... Perrine, when a kerosene : lighting a burner. She was at., Dunche Park Shopping Plaia. field team of FAMU. Lang came
Charles Palmer, and a ,sister; i more caught fire. The $8,00,0 tended at Jackson' Memorial Birch grabbed Nobles'' ': gun and in first In tho cross country run ,
Lena. l house was destroyed. Hospital wounded the officers hand In Montgomery recently. I



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36TH YEAR, NO. 21 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES

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"Shoot The Moon" STOLEN CAR HITS

16 Burned to DeathMother PEDESTRIANA


.stolen car racing through a
and 10 Ward, 7, and Linda Ward 4; ren had "piled on top of each red light critically injured 43
and two nephews visiting from other on the bed." year-old Roland Schaff early

1 Children Victims Oklahoma City, Freddie Webb, The Gardner house was three Saturday at NW, 10th aye. and
13, and Herschel Frazier, 10. blocks; past the town's last water 20th It"The ,
e DOSWELL, Okla. Flames Mrs. Gardner's body was main, and when the tank In the
,} ,tri devoured a four-room cottage i found across the smoking remains fire truck ran dry the firemenhad driver of the car which
.. here before dawn Thursday anda of a mattress, and It ap to drive back to town for police said was stolen. in\ Pol k
Negro mother, her 10 children' peared. at least 11 of the child-}. a refill. County, fled on' root'after the

J i ; h h and five nieces and nephews J accident.. ' < j '. I II
were burned .to death as they I Schaffof8660 NW 32nd ph,
huddled together In a bedroom a Miami Transit supervisor,.was
without an outside door. Georgia Halts School rushed to Jackson )Memorial
; Bodies of the 16 youngsterswere Hospital suffering head and Internal *
found piled atop one an Injuries
other near the body of the moth ;
er, Indicating the children had
rushed to her for protection. Registrations GREENSBOROGOJ.F

Her husband, Booker Gardner,

'46, farm laborer, was away on Atlanta Admissions to all CASE TO
coon hunting jaunt.
a
schools in the Georgia state university
,.r. st Firemen blamed the tragedyon PAUL ROBESONIN stopped In.
system were
BE
REVIEWED;
an ancient wood,burning heat
Dr. George A. Simpson, gen MOSCOW definitely' Monday by the State
ing stove, pending a check by ,
eral! chairman of Membership Board of Regents. Washington -- The Supreme
state arson Investigators. The
Enrollment! announced today fire had engulfed the house be HOSPITALPaul The action was In compliancewith Court agreed Monday to review
that the 1959 Membership Enrollment fore neighbors discovered it, and Robeson, the 60-year-old a recommendation by Gov the conviction of six Negroes for
of the George Wash the 'volunteer fire department of American singer, has entered a Elect Ernest Vandlver. Follow trespass on a Greensboro, N. C.,
.
ington Carver Branch YMCA this -southeastern Oklahoma Moscow hospital, hut his ac- ing the Federal District Court go'f course owned by the city
will.be In progress from Jan. 26- town of 1,000 population 'arrived acquaintances said nothing was decision Saturday that qualified but leased to a> nonprofit corpo
Febi; 6. seriously wrong. Negroes must be admitted to ration. .
too late to save the walls' or ,
According: to Dr. Simpson, the roof. These friends said he had Georgia State College of BusinessAdministration "
theme "Shoot The Moon" will The CUe could be a key one
been suffering from a cold and Vandiver suggested
be used In all six: branches of Mrs Alre Gardner, 40, had was overtired lie canceled a con 'that'alt applications be In the court's series dealing. with
hugged newborn twins to her
,
the Metropolitan YMCA of Ml- "L for at the segregation. ,
breast'*u"I'he succumbed In' the cert Monday night suspended until the board has ,
amEach! branch will be racing
Bolshoi Theater annex, and also time to study the decision.
to**be the first to reach the bedroom. off India The Negroes were sentenced
his
put departure for ,
"moon." In addition to Mrs. Gardner, The action will not affect the to 16 days In jail. The North
Dr,.. Simpson, Wing Comman dead were her children: Juan which had been scheduled for current quarter for which registration Carolina Supreme Court upheld
Its, 16;- Easier, 13, Isaac, 11, Monday night.
der, also pointed out that the has ,been completed. the convictions.
Carver Branch must secure 900 Louise J.r: Larry 6, Joe 2, Omle Robeson will play the title
members In order to hare Us 3, Gwendolyn 5, and six month role In Shakespeare's "Othello"this -
"space ship" land on the moon.It old twins, Patricia Ann and Ter- i summer In the 100th season
takes 246,000 thrust milesto resa Jan; three nieces, Bobble of the Stratford Memorial Theater
reach the moon.Montgomery Woolbright, 11, Peggy Sue I II said Monday at Stratford Jim Brown Named
I Avon, England
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m' Judge Cited. for Contempt Year's, Top Player-


.' Cleveland's Jimmy Brown
Ala. -, ITS. District
Judge Frank M. Johnson in parking lot Tuesday. Monday was named the Nalonal

Jr., Thursday ordered Circuit Rapist Electrocuted Officer E. E. Masserella said Football League's Player of the
Judge George C. Wallace cited he saw, Allen throw away a puree Year by the Associated Press
for criminal contempt of court which had been grabbed from Glno Marchetti, pile-driving
for failure to comply with an or RAIFORD Willie Home Mrs. Rossle M. Hopklnson, of defensive end for the Baltimore
der to produce voter registration the two counties instead of to died In the electric chair at StatePri.'on 4702 NW 10th ave. There was Colts, won lineman laurels.
records to the Civil Rights Com the commission Itself, for the rape of a 48-year- about 125 In the purse, which The 22-year-old Drown won
mission. The federal judge ruled that old Jacksonville White woman. was recovered the AP's top player honors for
I the second successive The
Justice attorneyswere although the purpose of his or- year.
Department
The 23'rear.oJd youth walked explosive fullback smashed the
directed to institute contempt der to Wallace to produce the
I
Into the death chamber smiling ground gaining record of 1,146
proceedings ,as soon as records was carried out when
but statement.
made no yards set by Philadelphia's Steve
possible. They announced immed the grand juries allowed federal Van Buren ln 1949 by rushing
lately afterward that a contempt agents to look at them, the 39- Drn't Wait For for lan yard and scoring 18

complaint would be filed daring year-old Alabama judge nevertheless . touchdowns. ,
the day. must answer for his defiant POLICE CAPTURED An Election! Brown was followed by Baltimore

Johnson's action came after action. PURSE Quarterback Johnny Unltas -
the Civil Rights Commission re Johnson expected to Jet a 22 rotes to 15 The
potted it was able to Inspect hearing to give the Alabama Jurist SNATCHER tour votes were divided among
registration records In Barbour a chance to show why he I Pittsburg Quarterback Bobby
,
and Bullock Counties despite should not be punished for his Police charged William H. Allen ''I'' > Now is the time Lane. Baltimore Halfback: .Leu-
what It called .'dl1ato"taetlc.. failure too comply with the Fed. 28, of 154 NW 17th st. with nle Moore, and New York 'Giants

usedby Wallace In turning the eral Court order. "' purse .snatching. after they spotted ,, Linemen Sam. ,fluff aadooae.
,
records over to grand juries In He couldji boasentenccd. toy jail. him struggling with a ;woman to Register to Vote! velt Orhn":. fl K,' :f'

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' New.paper"PAGE iNI.INI1 WW NIN/MIIINI.MN.NNNNH 1 Youth Hall Gifted- dining o-uests were room then where Invited they in served the'

PUN PHUN themselves with all the goodiesof
2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959 i Like the Magi on that first the season. Various indivi

By PHIL O88OFER Christmas so long ago, the wo dual's:' brought lovely wrapped

,.............................................. men of the City Association Elizabeth of gifts which were given and eagerly -
BANKS SALARY $50.000 TOO LOW . O ubs, headed by Mrs. opened. by the children
--- SILLY-ETTES Espy Johnson, gave as a gift, a Isaac Withers, president of,
lovely three piece wrought-Iron Dade County Council for Youth
The upholsterer sitting In a sulto of furniture end tables and ,
Hitter thanked the group in behalf of
Best restaurant, stuffing himself. lamps to beautify the receptionroom the faculty and children for the
of Youth Hal!
I The rug red Individualist, refusing party and a very useful and
'to dance because he believes On Christmas eve night Mrs much t..heeded gift..
Robbed Cubs In standing on his own Mary Ellen Slmms chairman of The ;officers and members of
by two feet. the committee assisted by Mrs the six 'c'ubs which comprisethe
Marie Price and the members City Association were Introduced
-- Thp little moron throwing spared no pains in arranging a ,by Mrs. Dalnche 11. Dean.
NEW YORK Major league matches Into the air, Just to see lovely party for the youth at One writer has said, "Happiness -
genera1 managers have Just be NAACP To Hold where they light. this Institution which was beautifully is a perfume that we can't
to dicker with some of the
gun : decorated with Christina pour on others without gettinga
game's "super stars," but already ElectionThere QUIKQUOTESPeople trees, lights au,1 other decora few drops on ourselves." Then,

the Chicago Cubs can be will be a regular Mem who belittle will alwaysbe tions made by the children of surely the members of the City
credited with the bargain of the
little.A I Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Association of Clubs got a few
of the
bership month'y meeting II
year in corralling: Ernie Banks. I School. drops of happiness because they
Miami branch of the NAACP on
On the 1958 record, the 28- Thursday evening, Jan. 22, in' deep book Is hard to "dig." The party began with the singing know that in giving!; they bring.

"car- old Dallas Tex. daisy was the NAACP office, 809 NW 3rd Those who are not fired with of the traditional Christmas cheer and comfort to others.

the best player In baseball; and ave. This meeting is for the an ambition may be fired for the carols' wjth Mrs. Dorothy1'PortJock After which-
ycu can t ke It from no less an nual election of officers for the lack of It. at the piano.
., Rev. Osa Nickerson Instead of
pii 'fi-tty' than Rogers! Hornsbythat 1959 term. All members arft GIVE. GIVE TO THE
the figures don't lie. urged to mike an effort to be Bride: The groom's altar ego. Rev. Louis H. Portlbck( who NITED FUND! !'
blessed the furniture.
present and on time. was ill,
"Dm1 Kme all that guff ,. Barber: A civilized head hun The children, Instructors ana '::' J..JJ..J J..J\-j J..J WH";
about WI'lIe' Mays and Mickey ter.
IlIa!'''''." PVS the Vreatest right- Teachers ClearedOf POET TREE RUPTURED ? '
handed hitter In the game's his Gambling ChargeA
try., "Banks Is a better hitter T cM{ r psychology, religion
t"f\n clthrr of them, and don't D"rto onnty r hool tpl\chPoT *M nhllosophy x You can be'FREE from TRUSS SLAVERY New Non-Sargtcal,

r--t h"'s a shortstop. That ,was c'eITPrSltl1rdav of gamh- But Darvin'a theory Painless Office Treatment LOW COST. NO LOST TIME.
makrts him even more valuable Mng charges made in connectionwith Has me up a treelWATCH! ...

than he'd be as an outfielder! a raid on a Dania card ....-...------- .......-... Piles Rectal Diseases DR. LONG'S' CLINIC"
game.
V''<'o President John Holland Charges against Jesse Black S A General Health Service

of the Cubs didn't revea;' the Jr., 28,, a mathematics teacherat FOR Reducing 21 8.W. 13th Ave. Fit-32748,
t of Banks' contract
rms new Mays High School, were dis
but it is variously estimated between
missed. Three other men arrested \ JABBERWOCKSEEIN'
$35,000 and $50,000.At .
with him were convicted and
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the lower figure: Banks is paid fines of $25 each. M1 ""'! ""'-A"-- --""

an outright "steal," and even at '
fifty grand he's the top bargain DR. CHARLES CUSHMANOPTOMETRIST .
-when you consider other sal.
aries. STARS
.
Ted Williams, whose average
fell off 60 points to .328 last Announces the removal of his offices to
NEW YORK (CNS) The
season, expects his annual $125-
000 or perhaps even $135,000. new Jackie Robinson Show . in Las Vega's but is due'to be
The promotion around the new in New York town shortly. 6321 N.W. 22nd AvenueHours
Mickey Mantle, who hit .304 Jeckle Robinson show as spon
compared with his previous sea sored by Rhelngold beer is Just .
son-mark of .365, wants a raise superb. They have a'l kinds of Dorothy Donegan seems to 9 a.m. 9 p.m. NE 5-6111
from about $75,000 to $90,000. full color point of purchase ma have gone "serene" now that
terial up in both Negro and everything is breaking her way.
-Stan Musial who knocked in a White neighborhoods. Jackie's We 'saw her out in Chicago

total of 68 runs last season, will doing the half-hour show every where she was' holding forth -t-" .. .," '
get his $100,000 give or takea Sunday on a Major network. and Bile's smoothed that tem.peram"nt *
couple grand.NEGRO down that she's a
I ''Of course, Rheln old Is p:01martly so For FREE Pick-up and
Joy to work with. Dorothy tolda
a" big in the East-
Roller national magazine recentlythat Delivery Service on
LAWYERSDUE *rn area so chat onW special she had 'earned "to get ) Prescriptions
markets But
are being picked. "
with It. And It's all true so
TO JOIN with Jac'tle taking over a showof that her income has real'y risen, SERVIC.EDRUG
his his marks the first
own, Now
why buck a good thing? '
time since Nat King Cole did it
D.C.. BAR ASS'NWASHINGTON STORE
for Wlldroot and later the net
work Itselif: that we've had a "Prescription Compounding
D.C.:;(ONS)
FOR SALE,
Negro star on his own. Specialists""
For the first time, Negro
lawyers are likely to become What particularly delights u. 2 BEAUTIFUL NEW
members of the District Bar is the format of the Robinson Sundries Gifts
Association. So far 8 Negro show. He's going to talk po'i- HOMES Patent Medicines

lawyers are being considered i tics Issues that are dearestto 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH Greeting Cards
with five more to know in 30 him and to so many of us.
First Is former Oov. and Wood FloorsGARAGE
days since they've just been guest 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
added. Senator Herbert Lehman a
distinguished liberal who will SIDNEY T. COX
The board of directors of the I surely cause Jackie to fire away Registered Pharmacist Phone FRanklin 3.2932,
On Large lots 70x90
organization is meeting
now to on touchy subjects .
act under the terms of the new i 2398 N.W. 67th St. J-. __ _, . ,...._ .-.
bylaws: adopted last October The :Eartha Kitt show so wonderful
which. allows Negro lawyers for at the fabulous Waldorf 6635 N.W. 24th Ave.
the first time to become members Astoria that many have seen it
,of the distinguished organ. several times Pearl Bailey Open Sunday 3-5 p.m.

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THE MIAMI TIMES' -"The People. Newspaper"

58 TB Christmas Seal SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959 PAGE 3 I




Drive Nears Goal NAACP to Mark


The 1968 Tuberculosis. Christmas I
S'al Sale reached $134,899

in contributions recelveefl thru fiftieth Anniucrsary .
this midweek.The ,

....
total represents eighty- NEW YORK, Senator Jacob
seven percent of the local Tuber and Wll-
Javlts (R..NY) Roy
culosis!' Association's minimum of tho
kins, executive secretary Combs'Luncheonette
: ROT! of $155,000 to support its National Association for the
year-round program of tubercu Advancement of Colored People
boats detection; services to patents will be the principal speakers at
and their families and a 60th
a dinner celebrating: the
rtesprpad public education anniversary of the founding ol
program the NAACP.

Maurice! Lon, president of The dinner will beheld at the
the Dade County Tuberculosis Commodore Hotol here on Feb.
\...oHatlon.' issued a special appeal 12 under auspices of the New
to all who have not re- York State Conference of
nondf"d to their Christmas Seal NAACP branches of which Mrs
'''tt''r. tr rtn so now. Contributions Effle Gordon Rye, Is president

,n t r received through March 31, The 'S C'CIt'01WM organized;! '
a
Jw trw a apply on he 1958 goal as th repul* ,of a call Issued on

pry I.on1 pointed out that it Feb 12 'lf)09!) !), 'hi c.-ntennlal of L

t: is imperative for the Associationto the birth of Abraham Lincoln
ra'se' $155,000 in order tom Ce'ebratlon of the event will be
""t 1 its overall program needs observed throughout the year,
and provide a battery-operated as well as on Feb. 12, and In all
sections of the country,
generator for the tuberculosis
t l > kWL E sY "aY' ,'' mobile) x-ray unit, for use in It"irrne t'ie dinner commit-
> 'areas whore electric current voltage 'pn for tV n N"w York State diner k--- ,f

'. ii _I is Inadequate. I I. O'"11 Otork. trade union

z ;: Dr. W. W McKlbben, founder :"adrr Officers' of the state 1t
%T\ "I> Irc'ml Mrs. 0111 1 ?
end present' emeritus of the a <
Tuberculosis' Association, joined Campbell, Yonlwa, first vlco
IFAi' 'long in his appeal and said that "1'"slr'l'nt; Mr!*'. Ann II. Murdock,
81 percent of every Tuberculosis Flushing, second vice president;
iChr'ntma' '!' !*' Sea;! 'do'tar remains'n Miss Dawn Force, Troy, secre'arv CLIFFORD; "BAUY" COMIIH
; Robert S. Brown, Rye, assistant '
Aw. Dade County; 13 cents goesto ProprietorFine
secretary; and O. C. R
the State TD Association and "
Food and IlevenKWo <
Turner, East White Plains
six cents to the National, which ,
treasurer. Feature Dally>> Specials
I earmarks one cent of that for Children Under 1U: Half Price
reesarch.
REMEMBER your help is his hope. SevenyearoldAndy We Cater Private Pnrtle

: Davis (shown above) is one of more than a thousand I. The local, state and national tlon the Community Relations Open Daily and Sunday
Tuberculosis Associations have Department may be contacted 7 a-m. to 1 A.m
cerebral palsy victims who are dependent upon you.
joined hands to support current FR 1.7411 Ext. 5025. You CatlVe Deliver
Watch the United Cerebral Palsy Telethon on WCKT,
<< tuberculosis research, (fellpw-
943 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Channel 7 beginning at 9:30 Jan. 17.
: ,p.m. on ship and scholarships at the
of Miami School of Phone FR 3-9368
University I
Medicine, I Drive Carefully!

CP Telethon Begins .

WORKSHOP FOR



Saturday! 9:30 p.m. .GROUPS DISCUSSION SETThe DOR-CHA Inc.I

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.Andy Davis, eeven-year..old of Among those who have supported i
Guolds, has taken many steps past telethons with their Miami,, Public Library Ii
toward Independence since he talent are Nat (King) Cole, sponsoring a Leadership Work- Real Estate Rentals
waainrtoduced to the public two Sammy Davis Jr., Billy: Eckstine shop In Discussion which will
years ago. and Cab Galloway. begin January 9 at 8 o'clock and \
The readers of the Miami Performers rated as 'stars' do run for six weeks. It will be an -.-
Times helped make this possible Informal roundtable on methods
their services
nate through the
. for Andy, a victim of cere Theater Authority of New Yorka of discussion such as panels,
bral palsy, has been taught to national organization which films and record-centered discussions 1009 N.W. 2nd Ave.
such technique as .
and
walk through the many dollars handles talent details of benefit
our readers have donated to the performances. A star Is des- buzz sessions and, role-p'aying.
annua:' United Cerebral Palsy scribed as anyone earning more Mrs: Gertrude Friedman who will
Telethone. than $1,000 a week. serve as leader is a recreation Phone FR. 4-0028-FR 4.3853
specialist and leads discussion
Andy Davis will walk some
day without braces and crutchesbut Television critics have des groups ,at Llndsey Hopkins Education
this will 'be a long and difficult cribed the telethon a commercial Center. She; Lucluls MIAMI '36 FLORIDA
struggle. All the highly venture, it would cost In excess Daniel, Older Worker Specialistof ,
:..' specialized skill of those at the of a million dollars to produce.The the Florida State Employ
UCP Rehabilitation 'Center- will ment Service; Seymour Samet,
I be joined in an effort to help telethon last year raised Southern Area Director of the -
. .
.. $311,000. This the goal
himself year American Jewish Committee and
Andy help
has been set at $341,000. United Mrs. Helfa; H. Eason, head of MANAGING AND MAINTAINING ..
United Cerebral Palsy Cerebral' Palsy's contributionto .
The the Community Relations Department
Association of Miami, Inc. now the 1959 United Fund Drive. of the Miami Public MORE THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITSIN
I
seeks to provide facilities tor Library have served as the
DADE BROWARD
Andy for another year throughthe -...... ............ ....... Planning Committee for this & COUNTIES
Eighth Annual Telethon to workshop!

:. be carried through the facilities JABBERWOCKIS The Largest .Organization of,
"xi of WCKT, Channel 7 on Jan. 17 All organizations interested in

at 9:30 p.m. COMING! discussion groups are Invited to its Kind in The South Serving
The star.stud.I'''d show', which send representatives to tho

will be held at the Miami Deach P'I -...... ... workshop. For further informa- Colored People "
Auditorium, will continue thru
2 p.m. the following day. "For, Fast, Efficient; Service"; Call L. L. BROOKS
Dennis James, a headliner In PRESI DENT
the nation's television networks
for more than decade will be JAMES:
master of ceremonies It was annOunced *

by Herald Columnist 5 & lOc STORE
Jack Dell, talent chairman for '
the event, that the committee Is CY, INC.
negotiating with Maria RITa, 1200.N.W. 3rd .Ave., Phone FR 3-9481 :
daughter of Marlene Dietrich for
her services u James' assistant

Dell promised that this year't SAVE THAT BUS FARE! 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
telethon cast will read like a
1160 N.W. 73rd ST. PL 89327
list of Who's Who in the entertainment .
world. 3461 GRAND AVE. HI 4-2447

Children's Sweaters, ea. Warm Sock, pr 20, 4240 N.W, 27 AVE. NE 8-3466
ft.10 Rayon Hoe, pr. 40* 7102 N.W. 14TH AVE. PL 1-0327
ChIMr n'* Hat, e*. 58*
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Aliens Warned Ladle Undershirt, No 00*
Children Glove, e*. 45* Ladles'' Sweater, ea. 1.80 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. CE 63653Ptrrln
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To File ReportsThe Warm Jacket, ea. 1.08 Tee Shirt, ea. 83* 1022 N.W. TH ST. JA 2-3474
Cotton Dresses, ea 1,00 Ft. LaudirdaU ,A
Immigration Service Warm Pant, pr. 1.00 339 HAMMONDVILLE '%. ." WE a.l2sd
warns ,aliens who have not filled Nylon Hose, pr 79* Head Scarves, ea.. 00* RD., Pompano ,
out alien address report forms Dress Material, yd. 89* Simplicity Patterns, ea. 80* 14460 N.W. 22ND AVE. MU 8.0617
'to do so before Jan. 31. Opa Lock
The forms may be fined out 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. FR, 46331
at the nearest immigration of. Friday, 7143 1019 N.W. 6th STREET
Money Orden Sold Every Day, Monday through
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flee or post office. The service Ft. Lsud rdal. JA 23474
reminded parents or guardiansof a.m., 7i18 p.m. 8
alien children under 14 years to Church.
1163 ''N.W. 3rd AVE. FR 33416lUL.
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PAUL R. HENRYNote -. !.

_ - -- " ., $100 up.Allapattah.
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kUlln ."ot, Batista's, supporters Daughters of Isis Mort. 'Co.Phone .
and stilt more
naJ1"OR.IUTA."Tt..TR ET XOS MUTAMTJn MC BLLIS In Cuba *
killed BOfar019 Had Successful PL 1:1789or
,Hie Times Are Changed And We, Are Changed With Them" to" b* killed. Total,. &, ',: I ". :q .
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Office at 1112 N.W. Third Are., Miami, Florida-Phone Fit 3'2'L8f Tear' : !. evenings: NE 5-8270

Plant at 74O X.W. 15th Arenne Ihooe OX 1O421 Gambling acme, extents: / ? J31
,. i _i_ ,the Kaiah Court No.' 117 Daughters >
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Entered. M Second Claaa Matter Angtut O, 1927, at the Port 01ree tires: they say. T ,',' of Isis under the capable -
at )Miami Florida under the act of March 8, 1876 leadership, ,of,,}U., Comm Louise

SIGlSMUN'irKEBVBS-' The ,government ,reports 'f, OO.- Rolle had a, banner year 111 the HELP
Editor
", IL B. 000 unemployed, during the Oasis of, Miami. It was also a
Editor and Boslneoa Manager
Managing
GARTH C. REEVES
month at December, 1958. busy one:
. t tThe' Oriental Tea at the spacious -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .t..i-------- :
ONE YEAR $...00 SIX MONTHS $2.50 THREE MONTHS $1.50 Seaboard train lm aDd:; Mme of Dt; Johnnie M.Hills .
from Miami tJ New York struck was yen attended'and was WANTEDMen
"CREDO OF TIlE NEGRO PRESS*! .. a broken' rail 'at' Polk'' County.. one of the:most glamorous social
THE GRO.PRESS believe+* that America can bed.ead:the world Central Florida I crashing seven events' of the season*
from radial and national aatagionicms.wtan:it aocozdi to cvfrf man cars and 'Injuring '13 persons, New Inspiration was gained at Women
regardleas of racer color or creed, his human and legal rigbt Sating five from Miami. The accident the annual Thanksgiving Service or

DO man fearing no man-the Negro Prem strives to help every man took place at 2:20 a.m. on Wed which was held at St.
ire hart as long as anyone is held. nesday. James AME Church Rer. Red
all
In the firm belief that mm No experienceNecessary
,
back. dick, pastor The Feast of Isis..
The Rt. Rev. Arthur Llchten- was* largely attended by the
"Hevnbtr of the Rational r.'PUNIsbers Aaaoclattoq. berger. D.D., elected as Presiding Daughters" ,-and Nobles after the
ft".*' Member of the Amodatcd Jfogro: Prea1: -" !".,.,: Bishop of the Episcopal ] serried. > All Succeed
: : ': made
Church last October, effectlreNorember I In June-, the Daughters
was Installed on Wed the trek to the oasis of Jacksonville Show Household
i- YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK nesday at the Cathedral In for, 'the annual Gala Day Specialties
Washington, D. C. and much interest was displayedIn
PRESIDENT AGAINST STIFFER INTEGRATION the Initiation which was con Easy $30 to$50.Commission
.. LAWS President Charles DeGaulle of ducted by Miami's first degree
France; on Tuesday granted re-. team. At this Jubilee Dt. Bessie .
: President Eisenhower came out point blank on Wed pT eve to all Algerian' rebel Bethune: won and was crownedthe

nesday against stiffening of integration.laws by new federal condemned to death and reduced state'-queen Full time, $100 weekly
legislation to enforce,public school integration. the sentences of thousands of Several of the Daughters and
celebration of the others, very good;: the 111. Comm. motored' Tampa '
This statement was made at the .. .. fortbe Midwinter
with the Nobles, ,- BERTAL'Products
National Press Club's 50th anniversary' ,with more than Blood 'hirst y Fidel Castro conference "we were
.
500 members present. could do Ms country a -tot of honored at this mee'Ung'with
Mr. Eisenhower thought it tragic for the public I good It' be follows DeGaulle's the presence of the Imperial Po-

schools to be shut down in some public areas to avoid ,example. Stop the kUlln entate Booker T'- Alexander. ,
August found our Commander
compliance with the Federal Court orders, not
[ Dade County get a and a large delegation of
The image of America was being damaged overseas 476 million dollar causeway as Daughters making the trek, to
because thousands of children were being deprived, of an ;was 'anticipated. The plan hasbeen Chicago':for the Imperial, Count 599 N.W. 29th St.

education, said the President.,. : dropped by Metro : Instead, cil. Our state queen from Miami

When we consider the action of our President insending at a meeting on ,Tuesday, the represented Florida. Miami, Fla.
commissioners pledged $25,000,* Kazan Court participated In
troops to enforce integration in Little Rock'sHigh 000 for a 15-mlle toll causeway working and. giving Jar:; the mani.
School (not that we disagree with his action in this which will'permit' ""motorists: to charltablb organizations, . In'_the

matter) his statement on Wednesday, unless we are'look drive down the middle of Illseayne -, city. ,
ing at it cross-eyed, seems to be a "right about face" Bay The project' will take Kazah'r:Degree Team membersof
about 2% years to complete., ?.. the court aDd'the ,deputy ofthe CBS DUPLEX,
its members to
The Hew Congress, or some of seem Desert:/ Dt ;Bessie ,Hester,
be interested in passing stiffer integration laws than the Hare you talked with 'Mrs. H. ,Journeyed ,to Key West ..to ,organize & FRAME HOME

President is.With H. (Lloma) Green recently? Well .Kismet, ,- Court in Novem
Federal judges' handing down decisions favor if you haren't. then I'll tell you ber.The $750 Down

ing integration on the one hand, and the President 'object 1 did. What was interesting membership increased bya
her recent large,inargin with worthy women -
this talk Month
about was Balance $150
ing to ,stiffer laws on the other, it looks like encouragement trip to New York' by Jet plane. entering the rank from as

:,- \to those who are not carrying. out laws already She was thrilled flying at !C75; tar as West Palm Beach. 2462.66 NW "55th;St.
passed on',integration; ml'es an hour and reaching New The month of December t
The, President may be right there will 'be lots of York In 121 minutes. Returning brought 'on the spirit of Christ
some Mrs. Green motored, 'accompanying mas aDd''election.. Our party was
with him. We think there will be
people agreeing many J& 'Mrs. Juanita Green, a gala affair and Dt. Rolle was DownNEW
who c do not . ; j Bister. of Dr. Green. reelected carry on the ship. $1,000 ., .. \
:Closing of schools is most regrettable. .We hopetlvere Dt. Rolle Is beginning the year

will ,be no more closed, and that those now closed will Mrs.' Julia Salrfax and lifts' knowing full well that her plans CBS HOME
soon find a to reopen. Edythe White, all of Pt. Pleasant for the Court should be dlvufged
way NJf. The visitors will enjoy to her Divan and the greatest 2 Large' Bedrooms
At the same time look with 'some astonishment
we sunshine, during the winter success can be achieved through kitchen and
upon decisions of the highest Tribunal in the great- months mutual cooperation. We are Living room,

est Country ]n the world, having its rulings ignored. making plans for better events. Dining area, combination
Miami Urban We are Indeed grateful to the Large Closets
Whether decisions of the Supreme Court are popular The Greater
League held Its annual meetingon Daughters., Nobles 111. Advisor
or not, when they are ignored there are lasting impressions
Tuesday evening at the Mc and our many friends who help. 2248 NW.: Slat Terr.
left upon the minds of us citizens of this great country Allister Hotel." Melvin Jackson, ed to''tke' 1958 ,a memorableyear. .. ::1
; as well as upon the minds of the whole universe. national field director, was the We ,urge all eligible women

President _Eisenhower says: "that once the, right to guest speaker. to Join with us to make
is ... Miami the..!largeat Oasts of Fla. $2,000 Down '
vote firmly guaranteed by federal law; state andlocal, I
voters would solve the insure Sigma Shadows
school problem and the, Something New Added to
proper observance of their other rights-." I ActiveThe 4 UNIT CBS

Well, voting rights too are being denied thousands Sigma Shadows, auxiliaryto The Neighborhood APT. BUILDINGIn

of American citizens. I Rho Sigma Chapter of Phi, Body Building Gym
We have a Civil! Rights Commission.investigating theserights. i Beta Sigma Fraternity ,has been very good condition

They annot,_ even ,obtain ,information from offL Quite 'active this season. IN OPA ,LOCKA Excellent locationA
in The :usual hearllyladened"Thanksgirlng Roy stop and take a look At maker
vials charge of registration and voting l in some.states. money:
basket -was given the amazing Mr. Zeak. He will
The President wants these voting rights strengthened.
to a needy family In the com help ,look the he-akhiNt and
yon
It is a splendid idea, if carried out. munlty. feel your beet at all times. Zeak
At Christmas time a check for will put flesh on that skinny Will trade for your lots or

Ye Editor and Travel Bureau Agent Charles C. (35 was siren to the NationalChildren's structure't>f yours. So visit pay' ; ,cash; for came"

North paid a visit to the new 20th Street air terminal last Cardiac Home to aid Zeak'a ..:'Home Gym1905 NW132nd 1
'I' In the purchase of shoes for the : St.-Zeak will be ranem.beml S
Sunday. It is not a? yet completed but TWA, Northeast, . patients..In. addition, to the reg aa :"Super Zttor hUat
and Mackey Airlines are using it. ular 'weekly' rtslts.isome of the prowt"tl 8' body building and "

;. The big airlines, like Eastern, Delta I Pan American members went Just before Christ weight 'limn' *, which he Introduced CMRIES H. TYKE

and National will' move in from the 36th. Street terminal 'I for mas the,to dress holiday, the season,children's,. hair at NasMn on a competitive REALTOR
acale,Zeak also of .
) WAS one
'
as soon as everything is completed. Socially, the Sigma- ,Shadows the stalwart: of St Agnes track
\ Customs and Immigration services ,will be at the I their husbands sweethearts' and And field' team.* boys see' Zeak I PLaza 7.8151'or

new terminal next week. The terminal is quite.a place and : friends hare festivities a the Body Builder and you may PLaza 40782 1
lsnin keeping with the progress and growth ,of Miami. gala time. The began be the first Mr. Miami by public
with a. pre-Chrtstmaa: party at
opinion In the future.
star
the home of Mr. and Mrs J. very F

Otis Haywood Jr., The group .
r-L YOUTH KILLEDIN the ran who escaped with minor then visited the Viicaya Museum '
:
injuries his hand Craft's
put on ton an afternoon of pleasureand
NOTH DADE pulse. appreciation. THE DIXIE HUMMING BIRDS $'

""Then his heart stopped and 'Gifts were exchanged and the

- WRECK :, that was |t," saldsOlirta 58, ot New party, given,year At toasted theniartma....at another Gib- ., :iHE WORLD'S GREATEST Qui'NTET1 I ,

for work after a lunch Brooklyn. i son's lovely home. Everyone welcomed i It"

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hope :Will
"at home a young sanitation Craft, an employee of the Mrs. W. A. Chapman Jr.' ..aI a',,Appear at The Longshoreman's Hal
worker careened his car arounda Department, 1tUDace'" seYenth who was home for the holidays. i k, H'
Forth Bade cone Monday and Mrs Hutman Gibson, 816 N.W. 2nd Avenues 1'1'11 '
traffic fatality of the new year Preer.Mra. ,
slammed full-throttle Into the J. Jr., ' v IiI' ,
Metro Accident InreeUgator OJls Haywood : '
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front of a Tan killing himself' Richard\ Otadwejl ',blamed high \ .. reporterJABBERWOCK s Friday, January 23 8 p.m. ;.r A
I nsbtU7. speed. (..:r .. .30.'I.. : .
511 NW ': '
Chides Craft. 20. of Il

lrfyiIc Are.. Hallandale. groaned The accident occurred about I : ,,;Admissions........ .Advance.. .. $1.25 At Door 1.50, .
I OD from Inside Ms twisted ear 1JJ4S 'p.m. on State R o a .d 9 IS COMING! 'I" \ ( .. . '.
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| t tJ :l'V' N f""' rn fuMrttesg.i ,4.I) ,.SATURDAY JANUARY.,17i; 1959 r\,' ,' ?. ,,,PAGE' 5itsang I
FreedomsBy ' -
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Along ; *- :-& W'1 -: e.t. -
Femme'GroupThe \vIAA .
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-- ".< Board ;0f and' approved
l (:Class'' j" nStarts
RUT.... ., PERRY, ...-.... ... -.-. -....:...:...-......-. -. newest social ajad civic bjf the Florida State B6aro>; of
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._.......!'......._..._...........II I I n...._ orgatitfatlorrt8Opa : 'bf) ): htsh'"tfi",118 Feb. 9' Vocational Education. <
are.1, ,,
Lock, 'a "OUPkDo'fn
In, line with what this column must always; Jceep 'IntnlAdlthaistated' ,'as" th@ :$ghtful-eUe The net ': pra3o1: ndrpYng Spiritual Help?
"
discussed ''last week' recetat .rep I are a. part of the whole The group, comprising; 10. young class, at KonhWstp\ 11'g h, '
ports from various localities In In the unity' :&114. 'up&oidUrsr.nt: )! matrons, met to. organise, itself School '' 007 'NW.v'izth, Avenue Get out of' Christmas: debt..
the South seem to bear out the picture the United States, and into a community"minded body. wilL-begln: M.olidy,.., eb., 9. :The What are your hlndance s ,lx
conclusions drawn about ,the the basic American principles; tfr program) ;at? o.rtJ1'Wij'stern. I' .&C" life with : problems Financial
,
status of the integration fight these states there ,1s 'strengthfor The' club's initial meetingwas credited by ihe Florida State need or love or dorarutlc prob.
here in Dade County. Actually the entire 'cbuntfl; ." held in the TUvIera Gardens; ." i'I( ..,1\ .'. t. \ ,I: lems If YOU' 'want real satisfaction
tjieiu, we.cansay thataDad."'ir .Vv, }) home of' Mrs. Doreen Williams )1. 1'\. ", kK phone now. HE 1-8030. Ex-
no different from, ,other places** '' AMERICAN .TRADITIONS ., '.- ; 2570 NW 153rd St. Te., potentials Abalene. Thomaa.- pain your problems and success
we ace: still segregated here, ana ; J ,1Y f Were, present Thursday The club's next ttl ''UD 'will ,be 1yours1' in 24 hours. Bishop
we cannot*,tell what;? might ha& .America has tradltlond, and night, Jail. Y to organize the Jolly held at .the -hom'aifbf : Mrs.' Fennel Baker Cleveland, 'Ohio. Real

pen In the Jut re because nothIng ] customs, too, as "well ,.as thQ ,bunch/ and lo discuss ways ), 2400 NW 169th Terr.. p success.. .
has been tried to date. South ,traditions earned and means fox Its future operation ' ,
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c r- t -j: throughout the years as, Sir Win!, "
UJSIO'AI 1.7 IOA IDKAZS *< ston .Churchill once said., by -
.. ,--, 'i- ",v. .; 'blood, sweat and tears' When, Many pans| were ,debated and '
I don't'ibelleve I am much dlfrerent \ we speak of these Ideals,* we do decided upon for the year's '0' t. eLEAN.CLEAN.: ,
from the average American not think of ..jjegregttjc-n or-.disunity vial and business Itinerary, Including . ,
my age. Of' course, some trfltdltiona -< we think ot unity" and in- 'a social outing the last
Southerners might think tegration. I am not using the' Saturday In each month. Regu
otherwise; but nevertheless word integration aa' ..1is used lar meetings, will be held on CLEAN.
along with most Americans I today in connection' with deseg Thursday night of each week. . .
believe in justice tempered with regatlon, I am. uslnr it In a Membership is open to Opa
mercy, fair play, opportunity for much broader sense, meaning Loclcana.: , .
every. citizen to try for his bringing the parts into, a whole. Selected as. Its motto, "The
greatest potential) belief in our Light of Today'witf; be [rvheSerrch
Constitution, Bill of Rights and American integration Is the of Tomorrow,," the ,club
the Golden Rule. I was broughtup rock on which Amfrloa w a a' adjourned at a late hourafter a
to believe that these were founded: integration of many spirited meeting. Refreshmentswere 'I
basic American beliefs, and with different religions Injq religious served.At .
few exceptions, I continued to freedom for all; integration of } c ,. 3i
the close the
of business Y
different peoples from
think all Americans believed many
.so
until I carne South to live over,, many different''laade,;]Jnto; political session, Stanley Sweeting of the
ten years ago 0 .. Jf: and economic, ,security:and Miami.. Times,ii;t spoke. to, t h',.e '4) Q li a Rt1 g" ,
freedom for all; integration of group. I n t 4J4 1 I i .
My greatest thesfe races into'one "strong Officers ,
concern many elected, to serve ,in
days is for those' Southerners union the United State,,off 1959 Include: Mrs. Marie Miller,
who speak of themselves as true America. These ,are,,;Jhe thfngs president; ,'; Mrs.; Ruth .Singleton, "
Americansbut who; ,>. by their America stands ton, %pd America vice president; ,Mrs. Clara Mae "
actions belle their words. is, 'made up of' these things. Wilcox, secretary; Mrs.. Hortense
Whether these'people really be-' Consistent' denial o;. these principles Lucas, assistant secretary: Mrs. '
lIeve in the old''traditional 'wayof bv any,state or., region Is Ruth Wright treasurer; Mesdames r L tu
life' or whether: toy this time an admission that they do not Doreen Williams and ,Le I
their thinking has changed Into understand or .believe in the nora Taylor, social\ committee; i
political expediency .doesn't basic American lde"'ii' for all Mrs. Juanita Fennell, chaplain;
touch. matter now, since the' end Americans.Lowest'Prices Mrs. Cleora: McCartney and} Mrs.
result is exactly the same. It
bolls down to this ale
: many Southerners -, y n
these 'days have an out. -
of-date philosophy of life;, and Publishers and : i
their interpretation of what Summit
America is, and what America
stands for. is not in line with
current trends'' in our 'national

American life, or consistent ideals. :with' b ft/a I c Committee to MeetCincinnati


DIGNITY AND.'niGHTS OF Ohio The National
TIIK: INDIVIDUAL Newspaper Publishers Association
will ,hold board andmembership
a
Dimes Benefit Tea
Thst's: he't..lte, you aet ,
America was not toundtd'tor meetldaM, here' Jan. \ ). I'
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special classes: or.for certain re 2324. Jan. '25th when you make'your j

glons of the country to become William O. Walker.f presidentof ,, Gin'n Tonic with clean-tatting s ..
insular and
provincial examplesof the association, stated that on The members of the National 'ITILLBD
special privilege or undue sec
tional pride.. In this modern Jan 24 the publishers will meet. Sorority df Phi Delta"Kappa'wllh Y OINN
jointly with the Summit FLEISCHMANN'SGIN .
Meeting

rld> with the threat of communism to extend an invitation to you to'
Committee. ...
always before us, the I attend their annual l 'March q( '
retention of i outworn -traditions At the session Mr" .Walker laid Dimes Benefit( Tea at the homeof _R.n.,.
Is not only a foolish thing but a will oe ,
plans worked out for following ,
Dr. and..Mrs. Charles H. Williams ... .
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dangerous one. The individual In up the Summit Meeting :M. wi
Russia is not thought of the head in Washington, D. C.. last 1370 ,NW 6th' ave. Time f
fame as most pf f us think of the May. Jan. 25, from 4 to 6 p.m, An In- DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN .

Individual here in America. In Both meeting. williAe held at splrlnjr: .program: I. In store for 90 PROOF THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING ,
Russia the individual is subordi
the Sheraton-Olbson Hotel.

nated to the state. In. America it you.__ UUU'h. 0-.._ ... 1 o u _CORPORATION_.u_ o-u. _._U.u_,,_NEW U, ___ Is. the individuals who important =-=- .. "
are
-e; ; Q "tIi'WW' I1'
and it Is they Who mike Calling All r.ey .r.i6-----.. .... .......:r.... :v.r.'IMI""I: :.w..; 8n9i..:;:...iI..... iT.... -.r..r.-r..i&i."a..r.'r.-I: : .::! n 3lGM3CiKR, IMUMJM*

America, and their dignity and Alumni ;
rights are a part of the basic '. .. i
American Y:V
tradition
Attention all students who. r
-. "' ; graduated In the class *of. 1949 NOWO.PE'N'iLarge
To subvert/; ,delay,, threaten, and all other Dorsey alumni.
coerce ot .denT these individual Please meet at Dorsey Junior
Hwhti and dignity I* to 'undernn High School on Sunday at. 6:00
the structure of our coun p.m.room five, the old library. !
tryIn the United States, from We would like to plan for a real
the Executive Branch of gover- class reunion. Call and. notify all New Apartments
ment oi\ down through all the classmates.Mrs. .
other departments and brancher Annette McNeaf
national state or local we have E. C. Edwards, chairman
a system of checks and balance. INDF 1&2: BEDROOMS r

certain As the rights federal and government perogatlves has, ..- .... ...... eo NM_ _

00 too do'the states. But 'we run FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED I
Into serious trouble when states WATCH FORJABBERWOCK
10 Interpret their rights and pe
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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" BATES CAN NO Medic Leaves $500,000

Ii r( PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959I LONGER GET I

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Richmond Flashes WASHINGTON, D.C. (CNS) PITTSBURGH (ANPA) sumably already well off, said
Heights -One ot the first acts of segregationist wea'thy Negro physician who he took more' patients to Dr.Brown's .
\\1 Dale Alford the died here Dec. 16 left his estate, office and that he and

By ORA O TALYORTHE ---- new representative from Arkansas estimated at $500,000 to a white: the medtc| enjoyed many enjoy.

'. --..-........... .....-..........-..-...........-......------- .--. .- .- .- --.--- -- _--. _.... whose seat was being Questioned friend, according to his will abe home: hours and traveling together: at Colon's
I as to Its legitimacy be which was probated In the Reg throughout
RIGHT START Greet if you need a good home with cause of his help from Governor ister of Wills office recently. Pennsylvania and neighboringstates.

II ings, and Prosperity to you thl low down and low monthly payments Faulbus was to cut off He was Dr. James E. Brown, .
whole year, 1959. Seek ye first or lots from Liberty Cityto the Bates from reeelving the who was the first Negro physic "I hated to see him go," said
.ry the God, to love, respect and Homestead, or do you wanta Congressional Record free. ian to specialize In urology: In Conlon. "I lost a wonderful
I serve; all good things will be added beautiful apartment to rent? the Pittsburgh area. He left his friend."
I.. ./ to you. Put God first Then call CE 5-4246 or come in As newspaper owners, Mr. and estate to John W. Conlon of When Dr. Brown was dying.

f whether In spiritual, civic or to discuss your problem whetherto Mrs. Bates received the Record 500 Mt. Royal Blvd., Shator Conlon was hurriedly summonedto
business life. God has provided buy or sell your home: lots but their new Representativefeels Township. the hospital. He- received the
everything for man's living and to build your, own home with that they are not entitledto call at 10:15: p.m.. and got to
comfort. lIe asks little In re : help in financing; Mortgagesfirst It because of he part they Details of the will: were not the hospital at 10:18, but his
turn Jove, service and a tenth or seceond to relieve you played against him. Immediately learned and little Is friend was already dead.
of earnings which is a small of worry. We are here to help known about the friendship that A sister of Dr. Brown, aIM
portion In return for his Father you or else we would not be a existed between the two men. wealthy, died and left every
1; loving care. We fall when we real estate broker. When others However, Conlon, 60, said he thing to charity.HARLEM .
fall short of giving ourselvet fall, we yet can help you. LOSES SUIT !hall known Dr. Brwn since 1914.

the right start by not establishing AGANSTHOWARD He said the friendship started --

contact with God's spirit METHODISTSSEEK when as a taxi driver In 1914, SQUARE
within. Our failure Is because we he took: an Injured person to Dr.
fall to "start" with God In the 10% GAININ Brown, and he admitted: "It way! SWEET SHOPA

beginning of every venture. Let's, JOHNSON because he was the only doctor FULL LINE OP GROCERIESCOLD
begin this new year with the MEMBERSHIPNASHVILLE RESTAURANTALEXANDRIA who was available at that timeIn
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"right start. early morning.
Tenn. The Nevertheless, Conlon, who
now
Va. (CNSA ) 208 N.W. 10th Street
FAMILY REUNION The Central (Negro) Jurisdiction of builds steel plants and Is pre
Negro lost his suit
attorney
the Methodist Church will 1 try
beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. I
against a Howard Johnson Restaurant
? James Crawford of Pinkston to Increase its membership by
: when the Federal courtin
Drive and Madison St. of the ten percent during a Bishops'
IMrhts, was the scene of a Evangelistic Crusade in the Jur- Alexandria rUEd: that therestaurant NEED MONEY!

beautiful: reunion of many well diction Feb. 915. fuse service had to"the right at to re 1st and 2nd mortgage loan $1,000 pay $21.25 mo.
anyone any
known families. Including Membership of the Central : time." Pay oft all your bills $1,500 pay $31.88 mo,'
Sweetings were: Halls, Walkes,
Jurisdiction which covers most' Get additional cash 12,000 pay $42.50 mo.
F.shers, Dullards! SoaVellas, Attorney Charles E. Williams
Nrsbltts, Johnsonn, Farrlngtons, of the United States, is now about on pleading his Get Rid of Those Dalloon Payments
own case, was
Bowes" Smiths, Davis, Wilsons. 352,000. In addition, about 25,- 3ii In? HP famous restaurant for FREE-24 hour inspectionNo
000 Negro Methodists are members
Counts, Gordon, Taylors Han- $1,500 for having been refused I
of churches In other Juris Cost to You
worths and many others of this service on April 20, 1958. Williams
grand lineage of ancestry. Their diction of the denomination. :charged that his rights Dade-Broward Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL

theme song" was, "Geting to The Methodist Church in the had been vio'ated and he argued
Know us. United States is divided into six that since the restaurant is on ANYTIME

Refreshments' , picture taking Jurisdictions the racial Central an interstate highway, Route 1 Miami,: FR 7-4812 Hollywood : WA 3-7071
and hearty greetings and happy Jurisdiction and five geographical and since he wan a resident of

voices minged: to make the occa Jurisdictions. Total another Jurisdiction, the case
sion a pleasant afternoon get. U.S. Methodist membership, including Involved "diversity of citizen.ship" tt 1171 1I1 I1a71o11 7JN 111I1I11r? fA1, Jo.. ,1JMipL,7l IofN_. N ANmatJilAx
together the Central Jurisdiction and interstate commerce. .
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ts nearly 9,700,000."The Judge Bryan ruled that the federal

THANKS FOR GIFTS AND laws on which Mr. William WORLD FAMOUSWMBM
aim of the crusade is to relied, did not apply.
GREETINGS Rev. W. E. Taylor
win unchurched people and to : ,

"thank and I you"Join for to .say the a grand many deepen and broaden the Chris .._._-_-__..Uhu.......u.._._....................-...... ii t
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tian life of church members,
greetings and gifts. Among
said the Rev; Dr. W D. Lester,
them a Poloroid camera HO Nashville, a staff member of STOP WORRYINGLet jll
much needed In my real estate Methodist , I
the General Board of j ::1II
work. Greetings 'from Cape TOPS IN
Evangelism. He will be execu- mo help you solve !, LISTENING ,
Town, South Africa from friends
tive director of the crusade. your problems. 8M me and :
we' entertained in 1956 when the '
General Conference, AME Church Among the things to be emphasized convinced you can be .1'.1'be o THE KING COLEMAN SHOW
In ,the crusade will: be
met in Miami. To ach we say helped. Come, write, or
visitation evangelism, preaching II e THE
GOSPEL
"thanks." BLIND BOY SHOW '
; and pray or phone STevenson 70275. I
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All the o THE BUTTERBALL SHOW
approximately 3,50'0churches
SUDDEN DEATHS We extend Lees Publishing Co.
Dar in the Jurisdiction are LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLIOTT
our sympathy to Mrs. 042 J. PIEZE
N. 17
expected take In Street
to part the
"ling 4501 Pierce the
St. in sud
simultaneous endeavor. 0 REV. IRA
den passing of her husband. Philadelphia 30, Pa. McCALL
Bishops of the Central
Juris
last week. AJso Mrs. Ella' Harris

died, a at pioneer Jackson citizen Memorial of Miami and, diction; Edgar ire J.A.W.Love E. Bowen Baltimore, Atlanta ; ..............................,.....II.......II 800 ON YOUR RADIO

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'l, at 3 p.m. Mrs. Harris was The crusade promotion com
mittee consists of the
grandmother of Mrs. Robert A district
Doyd, 14960 Pierce St.; and a tion.superintendents of the Jurisdic CASH PRIZESHEAR I
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Leopoldvllle, D 'glal1 COngo- security, (become Indlr t'Y: affected '. benefit Is $148-. .It will be raisedto
(ANPAlthough) the rioting by the program In one $159
THE MIAMI TIMES "The
Peoples' Newlpaper"SATURDAY
which ripped the city 'apart has or another. Wherever millions
.stopped way Beginning Jan 1, the maximum !.
the Belgian governmentin
of receiving
people are
JANUARY 17 1959 PAGE 7
that
Brussels monthly payment can
Tuesday ordered a benefits 11 becomes a big factorin
special session of parliament to a nation's economy, and it is be made to any one family Is
discuss the rioting which erupt a foregone conclusion that our $254; until these recent amend
ed last Sunday. society will always be concerned ments the maximum monthly
YOU
HELPED THEM
benefit to
with and responsible for the tiny one family was
The exact cause of the rioting $200. .
h and
its
of
security aging people
M
which kilted 30 Africans, injured
of survivorsof
for the protection
100 other Africans and 20
ou those who die or become dls
Europeans was not clear.
!all d before they reach retire JABBERWOCK
Newspapers In Brussels claimed Giant age Without social security \
that African politicians pressing every member of our society IS ON THE WAY
for independence in the Bel would have to "foot the bn;" for
':tan colony,' were behind the 'h"GO" people! In some other way
rioting I Since the beginning of social >O* y< QXi<:
security some 20 qdd years aro,
'
WANT FREEDOM NOW! s he Congress of the United States LEARNTO
:it! periodically made changes
The riots broke into full battle a hf :aw to make it more efrtlvo -
,when a crowd attending a political In one way or another.
meeting of Congolese at Vcont y the 85th Congress DANCETO
'which future independence for nacted legislation which will
the 'Congo was metloned started .. raise social security benefits beginning
yelling "We want independence with January 1, 1959. PLAY
now" All those' people who are now
receiving benefits will this Increase "THE SURE WAY"By
see *
The crowd quickly grew intoa Receiving scholarship aid from funds raised In the Marchof
in the check
receive
mob which began setting up Dimes are: Harrington B. Barnes, Washington, D.C., for they competent instructor
for the month of January. Any
road blocks and stoning European medical research at Howard University; Carolyn M. Tutt.
-driven Maiden, N. C., for physical therapy at Boston University, and person already getting social se e
cars.
Joseph A. Dorsey Jr., Baltimore, Md., for physical therapy at curity benefits need not apply
The crowd beat priests and at New York University.The National Foundation recently launched for this Increase since it will Our 7th season in Miami toncli
tacked other Europeans. a program planned to encourage capable high school students \utoD1 locally be added to the ing children and adults the Cine
to undertake careers that count. This new March of Dimes pro January check received early% (tn
:K .1 gram will cost more than 112,000,000 in the net ten years February.This arts of dancing and placing.
TROOPS CAUSE MOKE new increase in ,benefitsis
TROUBLE approximately 7 percent and O

The police added fuel to the I I increase here are some examples of this FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY
fire by swooping down with A & T. Students to Get :
troops to break up the demon, ((1)) An individual now receivIng
stration. The governor general $70 a month as his or her
(A DANCE., INSTITUTE)
'declared own retirement benefit at
a "state of alert/ and age
the Europeans started leaving Fliqht Trainino I 65 or disability benefit at age New Location 'YM' Bldg
their homes in a "massive evac- 50 will get $75. (N.W. 15th Ave at
uation." ., .,
((2' A retired woman worker 57th St.)
I onE N.C. A&T and the Pledmon
NsnOHO. A&T College
who elected to get her benefitat
Daniel Lanza, African vice
Col'ege students, enrolled In the) Aviation Incorporated The new OXford 00231
I 62 and
president of the Abako Association age now gets $86 a
of Africans : Air Force ROTC program, now program will be supervised by month will get $92.
from
the Lower will receive flight training along First Lieutenant David II McEl-
Congo was arrested. wlth0 other\ courses.' The flight yen, who was graduated from -- -, ,

of LeopoldvllPo, ;ocated directly training will be offered senior the cgllego in 1953. He joined.
students .ithe the Air Force ROTC, Instrumental
across the Congo River from the program who COMMUNITYCOR.
1 French Equatorial Africa capital have met other qualifications for staff here :alt spring follow ,.
of Brazzaville, has an African i flying in the air Force. Ing active flight duty with( the
population of about 30,000. The announcement was made Air Force In Europe. U
n a joint statement released: STORE
Most of the! huge native
'yesterday by Dr. Warmoth T.
settlement is a maze of and FAMU PROF. TO
clay Gtbbs
president of the college
mud huts. and MaJ Fred L Allen, profes GET DIPLOMATICPOST COR. N.W. 15th Ave & 68th Si

sor of Air Science! in charge of '
CONTRAST IN LIVING the Air Force unit at the instl PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED:
CONDITIONS CAUSE TENSIONBy tutlon.
The statement said that the I Dr William Howard, youthful Cut Rate Drug Free Delivery t
contrast, immediately author and political: scientist on
alongside the African city is the program Is designed to qualify staff at F orlda A&M Unlm COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY. FOUNTAIN BERVlCkBEALTItT
comfortable, spacious EuropeanLeo. graduates of the college as prl slty In Tallahassee underwenta ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS I'
vato pilots and to motivate\ .
full medical check In
: up prep-
:adcta who meet the qualifications
PHONE OXford 1.7515 )
aration for In
diplomatic
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The African natives work In for careers in the Air i
the modern city ail {lay then Force. The initial classes will the offering. Dr. Howard ha C. JOLLIVBTTE SR. Prop
must .return to their- mud huts begin training Jon 'Jan -17 traveled extensively, Is a linguist I :: : muJY'
I I
at nights. Tensions between the I and spent over five yearn n.. unO u ,, u m
Actual flight training will be in East Africa and its environs .. ..
natives and their 'masters' orbol8es' -- ........-- "--- ''-' ..10 JIll
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YMCA Dedicates Named Vice Pres. I
DRiVe -IN "IAY"
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New Home
NE 5.3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. &. 69th 'St.
The Dedicatory program for
the new home of the Carver
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY YMCA, wllljbe( held Sunday, Jan.
.. \. 18, 4 p.m. af the YMCA, 5770
NW 16thave..
The Open House Activities
I .The New Screen ..,. l- beginMonday, Jan 19 at 8 p.m
with the Women's Federation
I MUt a''-In ,.1 conducting the (program. .

.. Gorgeous Color 3. ... Tuesday, Jan. 20 t.g p.m. the
I' By The p Dade County Coupell of Student
'
Councils wta *be in :charge wAS
Composers Of 'Wednesday, Jan. 21, 8 p.m.
: "My,Fair,Lady"' the Greek Social and Civic Organizations
will conduct the activities -

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The annual dinner will bo held
MG-M i Thursday Jan 22, 7 p.m. at the S
Wesley Foundation, University
Community Club of Fort of Miami with Dr. Charles C.
Shown at 0:00 Lauderdale Is sponsoring a Noble, speaker '
greenleaf tea, Sunday, Jan. 18,
on the Sweeting's estate, 2145 Friday, Jan. 23, 8 p.m. the
JACK PALANCE ANITA EKBERG NIGEL PATRICK NW 4th St. At which time the directors of physical education --.-----_.
entire estate will be open to the department of high schools and
I public Judge L. E. Thomas of the program director of the William Hepburn, who was
w IIa AIdI1RODUC11d1 Miami will be the guest speaker. YMCA will serve as host. named vice president of tho
1 COlOtl011K1U 1 Several local and out of Saturday, Jan 24, 10 am. to Peoples Mutual Benefit Assocla
town personel will appear on 10 p.m the board of manage. tion, For the past 25 years, Mr.
OM.w..raoPEShown the program Everyone is Invited ment and staff will conduct the Hepburn remained one of the
to attend. Time 3:30: to 6:30: activities leaders in youth work and in
Sunday, Jan. 25, 4 p.m. the general ,civic and welfare activities
at 11:00DeborahKERR p.m.F. Interdenominational Ministerial in the area. His most recent -
'" C. Smith Jr., Is presidentand Alliance will conduct the closing effort was a Christmas party
RobertMlCHUMSUNDAY Herbert Long, is secretary. activities with a Vespers Service. for all children in the Miami
; The public Is cordially Invitedto area.

Sewing and Hat attend all of the activities Among Mr. Hepburn's other
w -- welfare achievements was tho
Making Courses Cocktail StyleoramaNext founding and operating of the "
Red and White nose Club,
AShown OfferedThe SundayYou which did much to relieve distress .

will, be smart If you are in times of sickness and
Dade County Doard of seen sipping cocktails at the death among the people of the
Public Instruction Is offering a southeast Florida area. Aa rice
535 Club Sunday, Jan. 25 from:
at 7:4 12-week course In clothing and 6 'til 10 p.m. when the Alpha, president of the People; Mutual
millinery at the following cen Chi PI Omega Sorority presents Benefit Association, Mr. Hep
ters: its Cocktail Styleorama: featuring burn will do work similar to that
AND MONDAY Northwestern, clothing, Monday the remarkable Ruben Trio which he performed with his
9-12 a.m. for your listening and dancing club.
"GIGI" O. W. Oarver, clothing, Mon. pleasure.The ,
day, 6.9 p.m.Northwestern. town's outstanding male
Shown at 9:00 advanced cloth models will be peering at you mad, that. tho mad halter would
InK, Tuesday, 9.12 a.m. straight from the pages of Es, have wondered along with lovely
Northwestern, Costume design, quire. There will be charming Alice in her tour of wonderland.
THE SHOCKMAKER OF THE YEAR! Tuesday, ,12-303:30 p.m. ladles modeling the latest hairstyles Subscription $1.50. Tables tree.
Bethel AME Church, Hialeah, from Paris, Latin America Tickets on sale by members, and
clothing, Wednesday, 10a- .m. and London, created by MI at the Modernistic Beauty'. Salon,
to 1 'p.m. ami's famous coiffures Hats so 826 NW 3rd ave. I w .

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1835 N.W. 58th StreetFr. Arthur Evans from Northwestern

Ii ,; '- ..E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar Senior High School serv
,. Veronica O'Berry, reporter ed as organist for the morning
.
jj\: Winter Schedule service and Charles Weir for the

Sundays: evening service.
p Church School and

Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: ajn. MT. ZION BAPTIST
I Solemn Sung Mass and
,
VUt. d Sermon .......-........... 11:00: a.m. Luvenia Knox
} "' metr" Confirmation Instruction for Public Relations Officer'

.' 'If Children .................... 5 p.m.E. ReV' Edward T. Graham, pastor
I I. Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m.
As we go forth from day to
Solemn Evensong and I
\
Sermon ......... ............. 7:30: pm day let us pray to God for un
derstanding. Many institutionsof
Tuesday:
NEW MT. CALVARY 'St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild beauty have been shattered

THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"' Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. because of lack of understand
Ilr Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor Wednesday: ing.

) PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959ilBAHA'I Edna E. Thompson reporter Low Mass .................... 6:30 am. Here at the Mt. Zion Baptist
and Meeting of Church we are making stride In
; ___________ Sunday School was opened at Evensong the right direction. It is our desire
Supt. Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m.
hour our
the usual by to share with our many
ASSEMBLYWorld NEW HOPE BAPTIST Song by Sis. E. Thompson; Thursday:
The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd friends, the rich benefits that
Miller. Then
Religion Day, Institutedby Rev. James E. Brown pastor prayer teachers by Deacon took charge of All Angels we are receiving spiritually.
the
the National Daha'l Assemblyto Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporter their classes Each teacher hada Rehearsal ...............,.... 5:30 p.m. Friends, come to our church as
often find it convenient.
as you
the fundamental Friday:
proclaim
The lesson
attendance.
S'rvlcf's! on last Sunday were large St. Cecelia's Choir Sunday Jan. 18
oneness of religion, will be celebrated the officers
the
at the Daha'i Center, 137 at its most Spiritual and Heart was Sunday reviewed School by was pastor.closed by Rehearsal.... .....?...... 8:00: pm. who will serve as heads of the
Rev. W.
warming best with the
Sun various orgalzations will be in
NW 11th ave., 7:45: p.m.
Sis. Fulger. Morning prayer ser'vice
day, Jan. 18. Carroll Wilson of H. Calhoun of Tampa deliveringthe opened by Deacon NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mas stalled. At another point of the
West Miami will speak on : morning message. lie selected was up wonderful High Mass and Benediction oi services eight individuals will
We had
"World Religion." All races and his text from the book of Slaughter.and service.a Scrip the Blessed Sacrament on All be ordained as deacons. This
St. Luke 19:37-38: "Pride thatwouldn't prayer song Feast Dayg.Weekends. promises to 'be solemn
faiths are cordially Invited.A Usher board a very
ture by our pastor.
hush. A subject that
: Low mass on all and sacred ritual.
seemed somewhat complicatedto No. 2 and the Junior choir gave Saints'
Baha'l World Religion Day holy and Days.
display may be seen In the windows the people In the audiencebut their services for the day. Text, Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on Sunday, January 11 aong
of the Florida Power and when that great man of "The Mountains Skipped Like all Feast Days. with the regular order of ser

Light Co., 25 S.E. 2nd ave., God concluded the sermon it Rams.", "subject "They SkippedFor vice Memorial Service was held.
during the week preceding this seemed that everyone was well Joy. Our hearts burned The Rev. Elisha Clarke and This service will long be re
day. aware of the message that he within while the message was Mrs. Clarke spent several days membered as one of outstanding
was trying to: put over to us. We being delivered. The Rev. at St. Augustine's Colege at beauty. It was symbolic of
ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU jan't help but admit that trulyhe Black prayed for the sinners. tending Founders Day exercises the lives of those who ;dyed very

is a great preacher to close Evening prayer and song ser- returning to Miami on Thurs, humbly giving service to the
................................ 5:30: pm out another one of God's day of vice was conducted by DeaconS day. Lord and who passed on into
Evening' Worsuip ............ 7:30: p.m worship. We were again inspired lughtcr. Scripture by Bio. the Great Beyond In the year
Visitors always welcome by another great' minister, Martin 122nd Psalm. Our pastor Last Sunday, the Rev. George 1958.
Sunday School........... 9:30: am the Rev. C. H. Byner of Ocala, delivered the evening message, Taylor from St. Stephen's .Make your life beautiful byplanking
Morning Worship ........ lu:00: a.in who also preached out of his subject "Lord Have Mercy." Church, Coconut Grove, was the it with God. Attend

323 N.W. 14th St. soul. Sunday coming our serviceis Text, My Soul I is Sore Vexed"" celebrant at the 11 a.m service church each Sunday.
Rev. J. L. Johnson
pastor
,
expected to be as usual be Rev. Drown prayed for the sin i
Sunday Services
ginning with Sunday School. .iierq '
.
Choir No. one will furnish the On the sick ;Ist we have Bro.
ST. MATTHEW AMEZ music throughout the day with Freddy Johnson. Please go and SEE THE

1628 N.W. 5th Ave. usher board No. ono at their visit him. The entire church .

Rev. A. J. Warren, pastor post. sends its sympathy to the family WORLD'SGREATEST
of Mrs. Maggie Brown May
Sunday School............... 9:45: am Let us talc under consideration she rest In
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m the chango of the hour of peace.
Evening worship .,.......... 7:30: p.m services beginning the first Sun
Dr. Faulkner
day in February. Sunday School COLORED
TRINITY WESLEYANRev. wi 1 be gin at 8:30: a.m. followed Speaks Here

George E. Johnson, pastor by the morning service at PSYCHIC
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter 10 a.m. and of course our even Sunday

Sunday School................... 8 a.m ing wl 1 continue to 'begin at I 6)
Morning worship .................... 11:01: o'cloc'.t.: Visitors are always welcome READER
.,. Young People's Meeting 5 p.m 'at our church.TRIUMPH z _

BETHANY BAPTIST I 1
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3078 N.W. 45th St. CHURCHPrince PROP.

Rev Rudy Keaton, pastor H.
Sunday School??....... 9:30: a.m. MObley, pastor
Morning Service ............ 11 am Sis. C. McKinney, reporter

BTU ................................ 5:30: p.m "Jesus Demands CompM
Evening Service ............ 7:30: p.m Commitment" Mark 10: 17-31 BUNTER EPROF
Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m was the subject of the lesson on .4 t

Sunday past. Memory verse:
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER And he said, The things which HUNTER

N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. arc impossible with men are pos II you are.tick, worried or b trouble this .U'the

Phone FR 9-1424 slb.e with God. Luke 18:27.: The place to com*. Don't stay ia 'the rut, push .back! the
MASSES lesson w ;s beautifully discussed veil of bad luck that Hold
seems to .ou.a..our..ck
Dally ................................. 8 a.m by the classes. It is possible! with ad advance ,
God's help to break the hold of forward by the help of God under the
Sunday ........ 7 a.m & 8:30: am
material wealth. The resourcesof ...leadership, Prof. Hunter who 'has 30 year:of ox-

GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Almighty. God favor the per --- -- penance la spiritualist occult science. Make your
son who wills to follow God. Let !
/ Rev. James E. Culmer, pastor us use these resources and hell The Congregational Church i homo happy. H. will show you how ,bypaaa yen, *

*. Eddie Edwards, clerk others to do so too. Let"us trust Fellowship cordially Invites you enemies and got the.thlnffs that life demands for you

Sunday School............... 9:30: am God with a trust that is catching' to hear Dr. William J. Faulkneron
Morning worship .... ........ ilOC: Sunday Jan. 18 at 11 a.m.
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pm The subject of the YPE Band at the Seventh Day Adventist
was, "Hidden Wisdom of God," I Schoo; Auditorium, 25th ave.
FIRST UNITARIANAt I Corinthians 2613. and 60th st. A coffee hour will
follow the service In order for
11 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 18, The evening service was con- Mlamlans to meet Dr. and Mrs.
at the First Unitarian Church, ducted by Bro. E. Williams and Fau'kner The Miami Congrega

Dixie Highway at SW 29th road, the expression was opened by tional Fellowship was organized .
Dr. Charles W Phllhour of the Sister G. Edwards. We were by Dr. Faulkner's daughter,
Drama Department, Universityof honored to have so many of our Mrs. John O, Brown.
Miami,. and James C. Lee friends to enjoy God with us.
will present "Jesus Meets Paul" Among our visitors were Elder Dr. Falkner comes to us witha

a duologue In Paradise, writ and Sis. K. J, Sconiers, pastor of rich educational background: .
ten by Dr. Alexander Patterson, Homestead, The sermon for the He has contributed articles to
a medical missionary for 30 evfning was ,delivered by our educational and religious magazines
years. The adaptation was done own pastor and his subject was, and has spoken In more Located at the Hunter's MOW psychic studio oa

by John Collison and the Rev. "Are We Ready For The than 135 colleges and universities Pembroke. Road uttec woet of Halland lev Ft*. om

Eugene Pickett, both of Rich 52 Change, Roman," J 82122.Corinthians! 15:51-: ,across religion the and nation human on education relations - the ....ua.we., the road, 1 mile east of 7th *...

mond. Rev.. Pickett was former. The mes Caner Raa..... Slfas.
assistant minister of the Mi sage was most inspiring and en. are placed oa the top of throe
ly
ami church. Joyed by all. Elder *Sconiers Among the many offices that stonr buUdkf. OtfUo is la tao duplea la the front of
gave the altar call. Friends tap bnliiHat.
he has held and services that
That evening at 8:15, mem please don't forget the pentecost **. *if* .
he three
has rendered are the follow 7 a**. .owor than any othor
bers of the church have been in meeting that is still in
vited to attend an Informal because the Lord Is really progress bless. ing: Secretary of the Philadelphia .... You wUl aad baa far .adrancod know .

question and answer meeting ing. and Atlanta YMCA's, pastorof .....
the First Congregational
the Rev. Richard D. Gibbs,
director with of the Department of Church National, Atlanta Ass'n of; Pres.College of and the READINGS FROM 9LOO UP

Extension of the American Unitarian University Chaplains memberof UUNUD BY TATS AND OOVNTY
;
Association Jn Boston J. B. SMITH the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity a.IIOIIt t410V0 M8L

On Monday, Jan. 19, 8:15 ; the board of directors of the 1 P.M.. TIL 4 P.M. 7.f P.M. '
SUNDAY 1 PM
ELECTRICSERVICE
Welfare TIL 4 PM
Council of
Metropolitan
.p:m., at the church, toe first
session of a six-weeks studygroupmwllU Chicago; the Advisory
Board of the CLOSED ALL
Chicago Theological DAY WED
be held to consider
.
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Seminary; established the
recommendations regarding a Electrical Contractor first summer camp for Negro CALL IN PERSON
merger on a.1 national level ofXJniurtMSt "
In both
boys Atlanta and Philadelphia
and U lversal1sts.An hOUSE WIRING f
; served as president at 5417 S.W. 17th St.

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new memMfsEfeftaMfriends will dean of Flslc's chapel 194253. Hollywood, Fla.
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CORINTH BAPTIST MT. HERMON A.M.E. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

1460 N.W. 59th St. Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor I
Rev. Phone W. T. NE Thomas 5-1518, pastor Letha Gamble, reporter choir No.anniversary 2 last Sunday program after of SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959 PAGE 11
Opa Locka
Fla.
Services every Sunday noon was quite a success. The

Sunday School ........... 9:30 a.m. What Mt. Herman members president, Mrs. M. Hepburn, and ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL ....
Morning Service ...?....... 11 a.m. will think and do In the future director, C. Ambrose wish to
Evening Service ........ 7:30 p.m. Is of prime Importance and to a thank the Ebenezer No. 1 and' Sunday School began at 10:30: MONROE MUSIC HOUSE
large extent, these matters will No. 2 choirs and the Mt. 011. a.m. by singing, "Jesus Keep Me Everything in Gospel Music
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. be determined the next twelve vette choirs for their coopera- Near The Cross" by Deacon Everything for the Church.
months. tlon and all others who took Shotwell.: Topic, "What Does Hymnals Furniture, 1969 Commentaries
E. M. Thomas, pastor The first of these were last part on the program. Discipleship Cost?" Malll'orders promptly!

Phyllis Myers, reporter month when the Rt. Rev. Sher Sunday at 3 p.m. the Citywide Morning service was called filled, 242 NW 8th St., Apt 6.
"He that dwelleth in the secret man L. Greene, presiding bishop Mission Mrs. L. A. Moran, 'president order by Deacon Jenkins to'I'I FR 3.6493, '''Miami 36, Fla
appointed Rev. 11 : 45. The Rev. World
Samuel L. Gay ( Ind
place of the most high shall will hold its monthly
as pastor of this church, whichall ed a wonderful message on
abide under the shadow of the meeting at Temple. This group "
subject
the members "Hold On.
are very pleas comprises
Almighty.
missionary societies
ed to have him and his lovely The Y. P. C. L. was led by
from
We thankful for some 16 churches
were another family.: and a Sister B. Williams. The evening
day that was filled with the spirit spiritual feast is antlcpated.. devotion ASTHMATICSWant
Equally was led
Important by Deacon
Beginning with the Sunday are our The public is invited.
quarterly conferences. Sneed and the Rev. Stevenson simple, effective relief
School with the
superintedent
in charge. The lesson We are very grateful that the The Rev. O. Pratt will be tho from Homestead delivered the from choking, racking bronchial
was reviewed bishop sent back to us one of speaker at the 7 p.m. service. message., Number two and three asthma spasm? get genu
by our pastor.At
the most loved and prominent choirs rendered music.JABBERWOCK. Imo Hreathway see what you
11 a.m. devotional service presiding elders on this East The pastor and family wish have been missing. There's no
was conducted by the junior dea Coast and North Miami district, to thank the auxiliaries of the .substitute for original Breath.
cons. Then the music was furnished the Rev. F. A. Allen. Church and the many members easy Inhalant and nebulizing set
by the Junior choir who The whole congregation and friends who sent gifts dur Get comfort by breathing. Guaranteed.
sang wonderfully. Then Rev. supplied with spiritual was ing the holiday season Thanks .
Stephens redered the morning's" !ies from Rev. Allen's necessar sermon for everything. IS COMING! J & J DUVG DEFT STORK
sermon subject "Rock of Ages,
und the first
quarter being car .
'
found in Isaiah 2:2. q
ried out so beautiful. ST. MARY'S W. M. -. -" ,

Then at 5:30: p.m. we had Rev. E. A. Cu'mer, pastor
BTU with the president in BETHEL BAPTIST Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter Rejected Automobile InsuranceIf
charge. After which we had a
short musical program. Richmond Heights Sunday School began at the
Sunday night at 7 p.m. the Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor usual hour of 9:30: a.m. with other companies don't want it, we can place it.
devotion ''Was conducted by the Sil Nannette Gre r, reporter the superintendent, Miss }farva Our excellent insurance facilities permit us to place

junior deaconess. The music wa Services were as usual last Trotman ,presiding The lesson this type of business, so phone us if you can't place It.
furnished by the male chorus. Sunday with Sunday School be. was reviewed by the superintendent
Then Rev. Clark came with the ginning at 9:30: a.m. with Dro. and exposition by Geo. Federal l Insurance Agency
night's sermon subject, "Give Claudius Jones In charge. There E. Falling.
Me a Letter That I May Have was a very large attendance des The pastor was In charge of CHARLES J. PiSTORINO Agent
Know Troubles at the River." plte the fact that the weatherwas the 11 a.m. service. He preached ,
It was a message with power and cold. from I Timothy 2:9: ; theme 213 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone FR3.8146
truly the spirit was felt by all. The Lord has blessed us to "The Call to The Church." The
Visitors are always welcome have our pastor full time at spirit was high, and our pastorIs
to come and worship 'with us at Dethel. He has been sharing his getting better and better and I
any time. time with Shiloh Baptist at we are praying for him. No. 2 I'
Homestead. choir rendered music with Mrs.U. .
EBENEZER METHODIST He delivered two wonderful ushers. HIggs served.at the organ, ad No 1 OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU

Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor sermons Sunday. For morning The 7 p.m. devotion was led SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
Ernestine L. Hambrick, reporter his text was taken from St. John by the pastor. He
preachedfrom
3:14, "The Method of Salvation." PSYCHIC READERLet
As "the days roll in this new For evening St. John 3:7: "The Genesis 1:27: "Let us"make
man after
our own Image.
year, let us concentrate on anew New nirth" He realy preachedout
life. Let us search ourselvesfind of his heart and soul to an The pastor was honored on
our mistakes and faults, and appreciative audience. Sunday night with presents
try to live a better life this year Sunday the pastor, Rev. and from the Leaders' Board by Mrs
Surely there must be definite Mrs. Ross, Mother Bertha Jones S. Farrington and the various
that we want In life As we work and Sis. Nannette Greer were auxiliaries of the church Th'.s'\
shouMer' to shoulder in our various dinner guests at the home ofSis. was his birthday. It was also t.."
professions and churches.As . Lula Belcher birthday of Peter Johnson who
it is in a Christian way. Loving The church mourns the loss I was presented with gifts by Mr.
all and ,hating none.> "Put of one of Its members and good Daln from the Htewardess'
yourself In others and. other friends, Bro. John Darling, who Board, Both were taken by surprise
will put themselves In you and died Jan. 2. when the congregationsang
).our' life's work will go on." Please remember the sick and "Happy Birthday" They
On this Sunday, Dr. L. Scott those who are In need of spiri expressed thanks. The No. 1
Alien: editor of the Central tual guidance. choir furnished music with Mrs M
Christian Advocate will be guest O. McFord at the organ, and No.
minister throughout the day. NOTICE 1 ushers served.
Dr. Allen la a wonderful speaker The public Is Invited to our
and it you fall to hear him All Church notices MUST b e sales on Saturday from 3:30: my )01\1"8 of Experience guide and protect yon through
you will be missing a treat. Dr. typewritten double spaced p.m. at the Church Hall, 1607 Life AH u Lighthouse gulden the ship In a storm
Allen's headquarters is located< and on one sheet of psper. Copy NW 6th court. Thanks to those
In New Orleans. MUST be Into our office by 6 who came last Saturday In spiteof WIIKX OTIIKIIS, FAIL YOU BKH MMFor
p m. Tuesday of each week to the cold. We shall be looking
From 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday the Insure ,In..rtlonChurch Editor. for you this Saturday. Success in Business And Love
Pastor's Aid Doard will observeIts CONSULT HER -

third anniversary. A program 0 You can now have your home made happy

speakers consisting of of the various city choirs is plannedfor and ALONZA FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME O Get and Hold the ,position you so long wanted

your listening pleasure. The Sympathetic and Economics Service O Don't Stay in the rut, get out now >

public is invited.On Alonza Francis, Director and Embalmer 0 By the help of God she can help you

Tuesday night the Weslyn Dr. J. M Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Boggs Evans
Remove evil influence if sick worried in
Service Guild will be in charge you are or
of class meeting.In Business Associates troubleIt

signing your offering envelopes .Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson, DoslneuM Manager will sty you to call and fM'IO thin Gifted Medium First
your are urged to correctly Modern Chapel and Slumber Room
Spacious
sign your name, address and Where tliotutnnda come early for help and advice, you too can
phone number. 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida be touched by this strange niynUirloufl 'power

The fol'owlng are our sick; FR 9-5381 Phone PL 4-2857 WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY
and shut-Ins: Sisters Estella Far*
rington, 1542 NW 70th st.< NOT AFFILIATED WITH FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME The same God who delivered Mow and the children of Israel
Florine Holmes, 3356 NW 53rd of old In still alive today And will open a way for you through
St.; Ruth Fernandez, Jackson' the troubled seat of life. Let not hint that Is blind lead you or
Memorial Hospital; Bro. Joseph you ,ptumbto with "him.
Delaney, 1317 NW 5th ct; Bro. Io you doubt the existence of thing* because you cannot ..eethem'
Charlie Neal, 1068 NW 66th sU| B. Solomon Fimtral Home '
Sis. Nathalie Al'Jen' 1st place. ?
What do you think of the invisible wave and sounds that

TRIUMPH CHURCH (Established 1928) make Wlrclew, Telephone, Nadia and Television possible

Prince David Wl'llams, pastor Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service A seed before it sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the
There will be a Founders Day dark earth or womb of Nature. TIIKIIK IS AN "UNSEEN

celebration this coming TuesdayJan. Funerals Within Range of Each Budget POWKIl"Therefore
20. The celebration is universal
however, for the members acquaint your 'wrote
and friends In Dade and self with the one who is an .
surrounding points services will authority. Whose private
be held at the Triumph Church 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3.1440 consultation will evolve you
located aC 6825 NW 20th ave. {
to higher state of mind. ,
a
The general public: Is Invited to

come and help us enjoy the goodness All Information is ,
of God.Morning ;
service will begin at MT Strictly ConfidentialOffice
11 a.m. Bishop R. C. Olanton "A Living Strvlo Fcr The Living"

will deliver the Founder's Day Hour 0 a.m.-8 p.m.

message. Dinner will be served Range Funeral HomeOSCAR Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ;
at 3 o'clock. There will be a
street parade at 430. Don't Write-Call in Person : t
The evening service will begin AND ATHALfB RANGE, Ownsrs
at 6 p.m. At 8 p.m. a pro- DAILY HKADING '1.00 UJ-

gram will be rendered by our 1.0131 PL OX 1-4343
PHONES OX -
20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
local talents.: Won't you come \. ,
out and help us to make the .
greatest Founder's Day celebration .L r Range, Llesnssd Embalmer' Funeral Directorj MADAM HUNTER
that Dade County baa had? | .

.* \ 17th Avenue Miami, Florida 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples N.w.p4per'' '', t ia"survived' by her v husband, & John $ : RD OF. THANKS

I daughters, .1, son ,and:. /''seyeralbther l .
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, '1959 relatives. She will\ l'bp.>,aent B The; family of the late

I to .Unadllla, Ga., the. date .,to. be NATHAN BOWMAN
i announced. W ( to express our sincere

.J. "'& r nks for cards, letters, tele
ante . '. ': ,,, -jt"V-, ,. beautiful flowers and the
I ''' CARDS MEMORIALS, of cars during our re-
Funeral services for Mrs. Lit. '
l ,I ..._ bereavement.
," lie D Macon, whose passing, oc. Especially! do, we thank the of
f t I' curred Jan. 5.will. be held at and members of Mt. Olive
CARD OF THANKSThe Greater Bethel, AMP Church ''on Baptist Church, Rev.
Saturday, Jan. 17 at 1 pm.; She P. Brown, ,pastor; the J. R.

family of the late, DEATHS will' lie in' repose at the chapelbeginning' '' Lee Elementary School, Mrs.
; RACHEL J. GREEN 12 noon Friday and, Mackey, principal,
27 1958 on' Saturday at 730' a.m. will be Francis Funeral Home.
I who passed Dec. the
I wishes to thank their many taken to the chUrch'where she' love and understanding you
I friends, neighbors and organizations House. of Albert .. will remain. until funeral ,time..., with us shall always

for cards, flowers, telegrams Lee within our hearts.
and all other expressions Mrs. Emma Roberts of 18300 Mrs.' Maggie, Browning ,of The Family -
,' of sympathy extended during Homesteead Ct., Perrine, died at 1833 NW 60th s., died at Jackson ,
their recent bereavement. Para Villa: Convalescent Home, Memorial Hospital on Jan. Wanted
Special thanks to the Francis Jan 6. Services I'' ,_ Funeral Home staff for their Jan 10 at the Church of God of three days. She is survived by a HELP WANTED
kind and efficient service rendered Prophecy, Elder Charles Mackey sister, Mrs. Fannie M. Sumpter,
HOUSEKEEPER. Ca1? FR
; and especially to Fr. ElishaS. officiating, assisted by Bishop two brothers, Cleve Graham and
Apply 1958 NW 3rd ave.
., Clarke Jr., who conductedthe Joseph Kemp of Perrine. She is Herbert Crosby and other rela
funeral services in such a survived 'by her husband, Stephen tives.
/ wonderful way. ; 2 stepdaughters, Including Funeral services will be con FOR RENT
Orean Green, son Mrs. Olivia Rogers of 1154 NW ducted on Friday, Jan. 61, 3:00:
And Family 5th ave. Burial in Paradise p,m. at Mt. Calvary Baptist
Memorial Gardens. Church of Liberty City with the Under bedroom apt., stove,
pastor, Rev. Tarpley offlcating. T. and water, quiet.
CARD OF THANKSThe Patricia Ann Braddy, the infant Burial will be at Lincoln Memorial final% 844 NW 70th st. apt. 5

daughter of Mrs. Willie R. Cemetery. Cherry 16953.
family of the late,
Braddy of Princeton, died Dec. i Lake ;
THOMAS GILLIAM Calvin Conley of Homestead, FURNISHED room In
27 and was laid to rest Jan. 5. Cherry's
I'- wishes to thank Its many friends died at Dade County HospitalJan. were Park section of 0 p a
t .:. ,and neighbors for cards, letters, Charles W. Cook of 344 NW .9. He is survived 'by two For single man only. for
S ilegrams, flowers and other ex- e call NA 16654.
sisters, Mrs. Annie Mae Rayborn Fields,
8th St., died in Jackson Hospital:
salons of sympathy during our and Eu'a Mae Smith, two broth. floral
I Jan 8. Survivors are one daughter at
cent bereavement. and 141 NW 9th St.
Bernice, ,who is a college ers other relatives. Chapel and
Special thanks to the pastor Miss Montgomery at 1.J31.
student in Atlanta, and a son of services were conducted on Jan. bower apt.
] of Greater Bethel AME Church, Goulds. Arrangements are In 15 with burial in Evergreen. held the : ...
Rev. S. A. Cousin, officers and -- ed. I
complete.The .
members and to Range Funeral Randi Irvin of 454 W. 23id Mrs. with one boJ
Home for wonderful service living room, kitchen, bath
of Robert Sledge of st., Hialeah died at his residence of Mr
rendered Princeton who died at Kendall on Jan. 13. He is survived I pioneer with shower and tub; uu
Gloria Gilliam, wife Hospital Jan. 10, will be sentto by his wife, Rebecca, four She was 524 NW 22nd St, .,
Freddie Lee, Michelle, > daughters and three sons. A&M : NW 46th St., 422 NW 14th
Stalworth: and !Johnson Fun I
Kerltha, Manica i $15 weekly. FR 9-3576.
husband
eral Home at Birmingham, Jan.
Gilliam, daughters 15 for funeral services and bur. Funeral services will be con- Beta I
ial. ducted on Jan. 17 at 3 p.m. at nator of EDI Weekly rooms
I CARD OF THANKSThe Bethel AME Church of Hialeah program $10, Mae's Guest House,

Mrs. Evelyn Glover who lived with Rev. I. Fayson officiating. Mrs. Washington St., 'Opa' Loc'cu; ,
family of the late Timothy at 2238 NW 57th and 'was a He will lie in repose at the, in 1-3619. J24
H Saunders of 218 Florida ave. member of the First Baptist chapel beginning at noon Friday ber of
wish to thank the many friendsfor Church of Brownsville, died in and wi.l be taken on Saturday City : ROOM APT., bath, kit .
kindness shown during the Jackson Memorial Hospital Jan. morning to the Church wherehe mentary completely furnished, 5998
sudden death of our beloved 12 following a brief' illness. She will remain until funeral ing to 22nd ave., upstairs, suit:able
father, brother and 'uncle., For time. Burial will be conductedin for small rooming house or for
the many cards, telegrams and Lincoln Memorial.Mrs. An family of adults. Two bed
letters and beautiful flowers CARD OF THANKSThe worker d of furniture available if
sent. To those who donated the Emma Jerry of 13135 Call NE 5-4760 after 4

I use of their cars. Especially do family of the late Biscayne Blvd OJus, died at her was a .
we thank the Rev. Theodore Gibson JEANETTE ROWENA 'residence on Jan. 14. She is tist ; I
priest of Christ Church for BENEBY I :survived by several sons and Zeta l'C furnished room
]J. his consoling message and Elder who died Dec. 17, 1958 wishesto I daughters. She will be take to Sorority, Christian home. Call NG
Rock of the Adventist .thank the many kind friends, Jackson where final rites win be of the .
Church for commitment. Alsc: neighbors and relatives who re conducted
the large number of friends who membered us with expressions A ROOM in private home.
were present' as a gesture of re- of kindness during the death and Mrs. Hattie Payne of 1371 NW left neighborhood. Convenient ..
pect at the funeral of our loved burial ,of our beloved wife, mother 70th st., died at her residenceon 6:30: buses 14, 15, 23. Lady pi'in
\ one. And to Bain's Funeral and grandmother, To those Jan 14. She Is survived by Wales. 2440 NW 60th st., phone

Home for courteous service, to who sent cards, telegrams, flor two sisters, Mrs. Maude Adams Phi 33166. ,
all who were so kind to us in als, donations, the use of cars, and Mrs. Dora Knight, a brother America LARGE
any way, we say thank you. offered expressions and deeds Frank(! Horne. Funeral, services tive of 4-bedrodm pri
Timothy A. Saunders, son of Kindness, we extend our are )Incomplete., : t' ers ; home. 2121 Wilmington St.
Mrs Delores Clayton, Dght. best. To the Allen Funeral Home alsQ Locka. Phones MU 1.2382. ,
Mrs. Rebecca Saunders, Sis. and the neighbors of NW 156thSt. Mrs.. Beatrice'Ia a. of 5706 Holmes: 5705..
'
Ansel Saunders, brother ., Opa Locka, we say 'thank NW 30th ave., died 'at her homeon to' .
.. 9 nelces, 7 nephews you.' Again, thanks to everybody Jan. 4. She is survived by Dade, '' NEAT furnlshfd'apt. Call
I for everything. her parents, a sister a daughterand tional ; 6825T: After' 6 p.m. Call

: IN MEMORIAM Andrew Beneby, husband other relatives .Funs f .l services Phi 78713.
uE, are incomplete. *, from .,. .
."! / Ella M. Poitler,. daughterAnd I '
In sad but loving Family' present furnished 2-bed,
my dear husband, memory of The non of Mr. and I house. For information
f. Mrs. George Taylor, was the NE 5-4905 or apply at 1867u
.....' __,_. _, _. _'" IN MEMORIAMIn pronounced . '
--- .u..u. 58th st. *
41t'i dead 'on arrival a Jackison Mes ,.;
.
,
_ 'i ) sad but, loving memory of, 14. Memorial Gravesides Hospital services on will Jant be 'Clones ite/\, ah -..," .i. Private entrance.,;"'" '"- Tel" tJ:T ,
our'
dear husband and father conducted on,;Jan. 17. I Polite,. I 1.1336 or come to 1032A
lams 69th st.FOR.
1 The son of Mr. and Mose.-ey:

Mrs. Phillip Hamllto was atil1' Louis J SALE
born at Magnolia hospital on plno.
Jan. 13. Graveside service', will A. D. .IiEERFIELD BEACH if.
be conducted on Jan. 17. Deacon SJ5.+"fnd Ct. East of S.E. Is.
_ Baptist Terms Call Miami -FRank-

Richardson. the d 7-482. Ind.
. spoke of
Frank Ne ama Jr., POD 932 a \ Reasonable price. Nassau,
Delray Beach, died in the Veterans The Front 'Wolf Road. Both
Hospital on Jan., 9. The services. Sundries, 828 NW 18th ave.'
body will be shipped to the the OX 18765.

Ly YEN Steppins Funeral Home of Quit shown' '
.man, Ga., where funeral arrangements and : bedroom, 1 bath
will .b.e:) completed high home. Nearly new |f295 or
Ll>r Mrs, Marie Nelama. wife of !ry,. hf$,' take- lot as down $ult nt.
.
[.the deceksed.L .. ,>v ,".. ..s .: were J) like rent.. ; ;J481 NE ''
: _- *. life st., Phone *tfl 3-1983 ,

:Jnfont TonejApthonr B! !'ownson good d 3, 8412'Deposttjwlfll...hold. m T3i.*' f, ,'Y"0\
of' Mr. and,Mrs. Otha Brown tnannet .
"' f w sir., .19 U NW 3rd court,. died' In thatrtfD> i. i home' '. V income ..
KNOWLES'who
WILI; +IAM ISAAC the Christian ,Hospital on Jan. value: t OWNER. with}?
departed this life Jan 10, 10. Burial was v held on Jan. 14. : '.Small down '.paY \ent. 1045 ..
1953 Gone, but\ not forgotten. :. .IvjayThe lt in peace. ---........, __......_...."" --- Mrs.. Felicia'Mickey. 430 NW appointment.

*'J\ FamilyBeautiful BISHOP DANIEL NAIRN 16th street,' 'died s'In 'the Jackson i I
_> who departed this life on Jan. Hospital Oj Jan. 10. Funeralto 008 ,1 HOUSE In F.-oral:
1 17, 1957. be held on Jan. 17 at 2:30 $ NE 41053.

:.Y HomeOn Gone, but not forgotten. p.m. from the Mt. Olivette, Baptist SIIOP'
: Lot There's an open gate at the end Church, Rev. Mlcklns offi AUTY' Furniture. Call
/ Large of the road ciating. Burial will be in Lincoln. Beauty Shop MU

Your lot can be a payment Through which each must go 3.b d .
_ alone,
', on this 4-bedroom new And there in the light we cannot Cecil Williams, airman from :' LOT 62x110
,
;? see, the Homestead Air Force Base, ave. and 50th st. $3,000,
1581 IN.W. B6th St. Call HI 37437.
.
killed
: Our Father claims his owpC was instantlywhen his car
. 3-5 1 Your chair is stilt :vacant We overturned "while rounding a J., <<
,.*' / Open p.m. miss 'you,, very much. t' '. \\< ,: : rronJE"Sw13d4 'Sadie Malm, wife to 'Sa fON 'wbere'tarrangemanU FR
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. ".t' ;:- .JuaAlta Nidrn daughter .fAr burUlwllJ'. < UkeTSNbe*" ? \ : : V tyla -.It Pays! '
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; THE, 'MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper Auxiliary Gives
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Key West ijStj, SATURDAY! ;JANUARY rr
I n ni .' ,1959" PAGE, is Gifts to TB PatientsThe


By FRANCES E. PALMERDOUIJLK : auxiliary to the Dade

>L..oI."r- .. _ - Personal Mention ';": County 'Medical, Dental 'and
--'" Pharmaceutical Association oon-
JUNG
CEREMONYMiss ;
In And Around ""' I JI ,.. Untied for the year 1958-59
._ _._ .
Jean Sweeting --- - - - -
daughter 'i - ---- their of
project: giving gifts at
Mrs. Annie Sweeting, The Bahamas 't', "
ot 1026
_, Recent visitors to Miami were Gamma- Iota Chapter of Delta Christmas to the tubercular pa..
St., and Roosevelt Sweet.
Howe i Mr and Mrs. tients in Southeast Florida
Curtis Hyatte of
The Junkanoo Sigma Theta ,Sorority presidentof
,, New York Parade
'
of City became
on .
t'ic' bride of Airman 2nd class Chrismas and Doting Day, was 2224 Brooks Road, Knoxville the Pan. fllellqnlc\, Cfauncll. Rather than send gifts to t h e
one of the most Tenn., who were guests ot Mr. assistant dark, tor ,.the Student patients this year the group followed -
Hagglna, spectacular of
'arence! son of Mr.
< Its kind. Philip and Mrs. Nathaniel Davis of 1230 Court, a member of the Student a suggestion made by
,11(1 !Mrs. John Wesley Hagglns, Lady in Kemp's "Old) NW 68th st. Mrs. Hyatt ,la a Council; FTA; Tutorial Staff'slid the local association to make
a Shoe"
,it, h p.m. Thursday, Jan. 8, in St. in the individual won section firat place school: teacher in Knoxville and, Phi Beta Kappa ,Scientific Honor cash contributions, and sent a
I' tor's Episcopal Church. East Bay Service and Mr. Hyatto Is the editor and Society. She war recently feJetst- check for $150 The auxiliary is
1 Father John H. Reese perform- the section. won. first, in publisher of the Independent ed to Who's Who Among Students under the leadership of Mrs. H.
group
d, the, Impressive double ring CaH, a weekly newspaper. The in American Colleges and. H. Green. Mrs. N. Colston was
:tf 9 Hyattes marvelled at of the
our Miami Universities chairman project.
1 Following the ceremony 250 Randolph Adderl t and Ger sunshine and spent most of
_'ii,'sts assembled at the home hard Buerner were ,fined $140 their time fishing and' sightsee 'And
In the Mr Mrs. Thomas Johnson
each
dt t' the bride's mother for the ; Magistrate's Court
( rer -
ptlon. ,,'; on Dec. 27 for driving "while ing.On a fishing trip Willie Littles and Mrs. Maxine. Jarvis,, ofPhiladelphia Taxi Cab For Sale
under the are :visiting in Miami
The young couple received Bell, charged Influence.with the\"_eame'Alfred'of and Dave Wynn, Hyatte. and with their relatives, Mr. City of Miami Permit

m mv beautiful and useful gifts Tense pleaded ,not guilty and his' Wynn landed I four and Mrs. Leroy Ceasar at their Fully: Equipped
t"<>m relatives and friends. case was postponed,until Jan. 7. bass. home, 2422 NW' 56th St. The Radio Dispatched
Jerry Davis .
student
a at Me-
:Air and Mrs. James Van Johnsons are native FLoridians
n\ke) Sr., 3l8 Amelia St., enter A./ II Grant, pioneer i harry with College, spent the holidays I and one time Miami residents.Mrs. I Phone MU 1.2182
dry his
parents, Mr. and Mrsl
i tined the newly weds and rela- cleaner, died on 'Sunday, Dec. 28. Nathaniel Davis. Johnson Is head of the After 8 p.m.
tm'''s' with a buffet supper Sat- Born at Eight Mile Rock, Grand typewriter sales department at
udnv night, Jan, 10. The Gimbals In Philadelphia, and
menu Bahama, 66 years ago, he spent Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Col
misted of turtle steak, creamI some time at Miami, Fla., returning ston spent the holidays in Detroit Mr. Johnson has been a stewardon
I potatoes, green peas, toss to Nassau in 1920 when attending a family reunionat the Penn. Railroad for 21 MINCY'SFULLY
:id. parker house rolls, Jelly, he started the first dry cleanlnc the home of her brother-in- years. Mr. Ceasor Is a veteran
( ..tfip and an assortment of outfit In the Bahamas. "Mr. Grant law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. employee of the City of Miami EQUIPPED

inks. was active in the religious and I Cato Fisher. From Dallas, Texas, Water Dept. LAWN SERVICE
Mrs Hagglns Is the niece of fraternal :life of the community. went Mr. and Mrs. Prasher and AnnouncementMrs.
M L'. and Mrs. James Van Dyke. He Is survived by his widow, daughter. The Colstons report avery Spraying of chinch bugs

Mrs. Elevera: K. Grant, three enjoyable reunion. Maude 'Ingram of 1461 Fungus and
';,.c sure to come to the Doug'Illfh daughters, two sons, four brothers I NW 6th Court announces the army worms

," School auditorium on two sisters and tour grand Northwestern PTA win hold marriage of her'' daughter, Call NE 4-0400
!n i 19! and see "Mystery of children. Its. regular PTA meeting Monday Margaret Altameaseto
.1 H.' Third Gable" That Is the evening, Jan. 19 at 8 .p.m, Oarlee Smithson Before 6 p.m. after 4 p.m.
"t,t1"1 of the three-act play to bo Mrs. Anna Pennerman died at in the auditorium. Tickets are of Mr. and ,Mrs.. John Smithof I 1820 N.W. 56th Street
"nted by the Star Lighters I Mangrove Cay, Andros, on Dec. not being distributed to parents 1940 NW 6th 'court. The mar- F7
i 1)> ::1 matte Social Club. 29. Her survivors are two daugh 'for the annual extravaganza. Parents riage vows were read by Rev,

tend, one son and a number of who have not received Aaron D. Hall, ,pastor 'of Ebon-
nni'UUS EVENT CELEBRATED grandchildren and their tickets are asked to please ezer M. Church ,on Monday, Jan..

/Icy THOMASESMr Fueral services great grandchildren were- call PL 5491 or NA 18926. 12, at the churoh. :::........"' ...."' ......"'......"' '''.....................................
held at All Saints' Episcopal I
and Mrs. Edward
Thomas
,
Mr.
and Mrs. H. E.
Moon of
M2 1 Daptlst Lane held their Church the next day.Don't 1621 NW 74th st., were very LOT FOR SALEIN Late
Hour
II' elding reception and her birth proud to have their three children CARVER RANCHESS.
d] iv party at their home Thurs1
home from college for the
,i:iv, Jan. 1, 1959.Refreshments lose home W. 24th ,St. & 40th Ave.
your or holidays. Their son, Eugene, a Nite ClubFor
served consist- properties, because of a sophomore from Tennessee A&I Size 50x146 Ft.

d of shrimp cocktail, lobster small mortgage or conditions State University; Nashville, and Ideal For Home or

M'ad. plc'tles' olives, rltz crack- about it which is not their Yvonne daughters, Gwendolyn and Apartment BuildingFor sale, lease or renton
,
a sophomore and senior
I MB, hot souse and a variety of Information
clear
to you. Feel free to respectively, from Hampton Institute
oft
drinks. call or come to . Hampton, Va Call PL 84139Mrs. a percentage basis
Mr and Mrs. Thomas ,were the Visiting with them for the
James
i 1" dplents of THE HOUSE OF EVANS
many beautiful holidays was Miss Leondra in
'ifts. REALTYWe Boone from Suffork, Va., also a ..........................................N Centrally located the
senior at Hampton Heart of downtown Miami'
Mrs. Frances E. Palmer left can help you Yvonne, who Is majoring In HOMES FOR SALE
'
"> city last weekend to visit her biology and minorlng In chemis
Good the
for
proposition
aunt> Mrs.. Llllte: Roberts who Is FR 3-3450 try, hopes to teach here In Dade Very nice 2-bedroom. Large
11' Pitlent at Hollywood Hospital. County after graduation She is Right party
M this writing she Is doing nice- WAYMON A. EVANSF7 very active in some of the extra Florida room. Like new.

iShe asked to be remembered currlcuar: activities at Hampton Price and term low. For Information
'10 all her relatives and friends which include: president of
\\ '10 ask about her. CBS
Phone PL 9.6164

Stephanie PInder Is spending One beautiful corner. Anchor *

tin winter with her grandmoth- DON'T LOSE YOUR LICENSETO fence. '57th St. Price After 2 p.m. or
"'r. Mrs. Rowena PInder. She Is
the daughter of the Archie Pin DRIVE and term low. Good buy.
''I I TS of Miami.On I Phone NE 5.0060
Everybody Can Get And Everybody Can Afford Call HARRY DENNY NOW

the sick list: Mrs. Ida AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE AT After 8s30 p.m.

0 Mrs.'
nnrtha Stubbs. Friends wish 480 Hia. Dr. TU 7.7441.NNNwwNN..glw..NwN.
( \liem a speedy recovery 645 N.W. 36th St. 16650 N.W. .27th AvenuePL

.-- - 9-5284 IN( 'A 4.1811 .... Drive Carefully!

Six Months Policies start as Low a* $12 Down ? ._-- .. ---

Broward ,Modern Equipped ''Restaurant

County .
WITH BEER AND WINE' LICENSES,

NewsBy
FOR RENTROOMING . All Ready to OperateMOVE

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HOUSE RIGHT IN-START BUSINESS

Walter Bow (Licenses up to Date)

......--.--........- COMPLETELY FURNISHED Business Address:

The beauticians of West Hollywood 14 ROOMS 4 BATHSON 628 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR, 1-4554
are making plans for their

Pre-Valentine Dance and Fash- 3RD AVE. NEAR 17TH ST. Or See Mr. .Myers, 320 N.W. 7th St. ,
ton Show at the Paradise Clubin
Liberia next month. All who
nre Interested in the show, call Call FR 48398THE
Mrs Eleanor V. Dow, Holly
woodIrs.; Olga Cooper Hallan- "FOR TOPS IN ELOQUENT CLEANING"Sugar
dale; Mrs. Fannie Williams, Hal-


landale. ST. PAUL A.M.E CHURCH, Hill Valet ServiceDRY
Milton Hepburn of Carver
Ranches, reported that he enjoyed rIIEsENTg THIS
his visit to Nassau during the
CLEANING AND LAUNDRY
f'hristmas holidays. lie returned

home the first of this month. World Famous Dixie Hummingbirds 544 N.W.14th $t.


Clarence Carver Ranches F. Delancy on returnedto Jan. 6, OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. "We Specialize in Furs, Wedding .Gowns, Formals

after spending several weeks in January 25-3 Taffetas and Sizing ,
Sunday
p.m.
Nassau, with his sister, Mrs. ,
Rugs Hats Blankets Chenille
Drapery -
Annis Allen. His father, George
SCHOOL Coconut Grove '
AT CARVER HIGH
,
BedspreadsFor
Detancy, died five days after his

son's arrival on Dec. 11. Ticket on sale at Mr*. Page, 6224 8W GOth Ave.. South MUml Quick i'lckup and Delivery

Dew Drop Inn. Cocoanut Grove and by Member of the
'
Goodwill Male Chora*. CALL FR 4-0464

JABBERtOCKISONTHEWAY IteT. T. C. Kellejr Jr., FMtor IRVING E. CURTIflS A EARL CULUfEJt, Local MUmUns

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; THE MAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" ... vice chancellor
Sir
Knights of Pythias ; Charles
II'1 I ..f< Dean
prelate Sir
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PAGE 14 SATURDAY : :n. ... ; Murray
JANUARY .
17 1959
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.. .
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.. ... > "' :.. Hold Installation James Jr., keeper of records and
; '" ..' :. ':: seal; Sir John W. Belife masterof
'' N. :;: ;
: ''.: . exchequer; Sir Chester
Fair,
; '*'
I t ..... .r .. .,.y. Gleam of Hope Lodge No. 18, master of arms; Sir Ulysses

Millionaire Leaves ;, ,. :"f :" .,,' ft. . Heights Knights of held Pythias its annual of Richmond Instal- Williams, inner guard.
.
: .
.. '. ' fation of officers on Thursday
night, Jan. 15 at the Youth Cen
t ter In Richmond Heights. The CLEA'NINGVILIJIE
Fund to AM Students f
._:. ." with affair members was a as public well ceremony as Invited, \ HARRIS

guests present. Sir George Cash
I PHILADELPHIA (ANP) Returning to Miami by special was the deputy !In charge of the Specializing in Cleaning and
I (ANP) Scholarship aid for depiand the Highway Q. Cof installation. Waxing Floors; Homes and

", needy boys of both races will FORMER GOSPEL Chicago, Ill. featuring the in Officers Offices. 2070 NW '215th St., Opa
installed
continue benefit of the were: '
through comparable voice of Splncer Tay .
Loeka, phone NA .
1
Sir Walter 0307:
I scholarship fund left by the late SINGER TURNSTO 'or. The program will be held at Belle, chancellor
Colonel John McKee commander; Sir Robert Glover,
Negro the Longshoreman's Hall), 816

Civil War veteran. "POPS" NW 2nd ave., Friday, an. 16, 8 "'- ............ - -. _- :Ji.- --"-......... -- -- ........ ....
Colonel McKee's estate has p.m. Tickets on sale at North's .
grown to $1,320,614. It has thus Travel Bureau, O'Neal's Beauty FOR, BETTER PICTURES . See
far seen to the education of a NEWARK, N.J. (ANP) Salon, Pratt's Cleaners, Neal>
I''. number of boys whose tuitions Just like his new Gibraltar record Market,, Get yours now.VIRGINIA'S .
r. totaled $28,000.Colonel hit, "No Regrets" says, Johnson of MiamiDinners
singer Jimmy Barnes, former I
McKee built up a fortune member of the Jubllaries gospelquartet
with a real estate business doesn't regret makingthe GOV.WON'T Parties Weddings Passports
conducted In his own basement.
switch to The
pop songs. Home Movies -
He also owned an oyster house.; chances to make big money are YIELD
In his will, he stipulated that greater, he says.
his estate should be used to establish RICHMOND V Baby Pictures A Specialty
a. (CNS) -
The ex Q-I, born in New Jer
the "Colonel John Mc
Kee College" patterned after the sey, has garnered favorable Intention Governor of Almond yielding still in has Virgin no 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7-2294

to U. both S. Naval white Academy and Negro but boys.open tlon's comments top from disc Jockeys many of who the are na la's integration he fight. In fact he .... .... , ........ ........ ........ .... ........_ .... -, ,
says might use his police
Such an acamedy could not be giving his first pop tnue a spin. powers on any school attemptingto 'JO" It 4 .' ,,, __ ...
set up with the funds then available Not one to recommend a new intergrate if the school has :
and Orphans Court Judge disc unless it bears the mark of already been closed by the NOW OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Robert V. Bolger suggested that I success, Cash Box, the respected state.
during the Interim that time be bible of the music industry, says FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP
used by the court to persuade of this initial release: "Barnes As he put It to a press con
others to engage In the project. put his heart into his delivery of ference: "The State doeS not 421 N.W. 20th StreetThe
He stated that McKee's will out this potent rock-a.ballad." lack resources to deal with Finest Foods at Low Prices

j lined money could be accepted Organized three months ago emergency situations that might WE DO
from .other sources to help'rea Gibraltar Is a Negro'owned and arise." CATERING BUSINESS
I lize the school. operated Satisfaction Guaranteed
company. Meanwhile, on Jan. 19, the WE SPECIALIZE IN TAItp) OUT BOX SERVICE
_ .
d. . . , . ., State Supreme Court is due to Open Mon. Thru Thur. 5:30: a.m. to 12 tnidnlte

hand down a decision on the Fri., Sat., Sun., 5:30: a.m. to 2 a.m.
laws and a Federal Court ruling
r Good Morning Judge Is expected about the samo Arthur King, Owner
time To this the Governor re
plied: "As a lawyer, I have stated
News From
Miami's Municipal Precinct Court that a chief executive
can invoke "
r"R .Jp Iddt a ..
I JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding the police powers of the .1It"1dI1 I a.JtIa>o xs a

By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer State But he on added an arbitrary"It's the responsibility basis." I SHOP TI

1 'I. I ___ u _ upon the Governor to

As usual on Monday mornings clared exercise authority under his po Berkley's Cut RateWHERE
another that he was only playing lice powers when necessary."
capacity crowd greetedthe with her at the time. I
calling of Judge John D.Johnson's Judge Johnson found Owens QUALITY LIES
Municipal Court on guilty on the assault and bat
Monday, Jan. 5. The day's dock tery charge and fined him $5 0 1201
LOTS N.W.
FOR 3rd
SALE Ave.
et was well represented with or 20 days. The Judge found i FR 4-2376

r cases resulting from persons him not guilty on the petty ,larceny Easy: Term
having too much of a celebra charge Build
1 tion during the recent on :your lot
holidays. Among other cases heard and or mine Dolls ......._....... 8.40 4.08 Waste Baskets ....,....... 60*

Among the many highlight disposed of were the following; We take care of financing Horns and Tea Seta Itoasters ........ 1.10 A 3.08
cases on the day's docket
the case of Herbert Owens, was 28, John Wooten Wesley, iboth Raglns charged, and with Henry NO MONEY DOWN Christmas Light l Breakfast Sets

of 1334 NW 2nd court, who was disorderly conduct by fighting, Cash paid for your lots or ; 70* to 3.40 (16 pcs.) .............,.. 4.80
charged
with
assault and bat each fined $25
or ten days. home
tery on Mrs. Elsie Key of 1326 Dyron Williams, charged with Holster Sets....... 08* 7.3O FALL ,MEDICINES

NW charged 2nd with court.petty Owens was also disorderly conduct by making Money loaned on your Father John .... 75* & 1.33
larceny in
threats on the life of another Christmas Snow and
Home
the theft of or Lot
of Mrs. $14 the property person Williams forfeited a Icicles .............,,. lot -25* Swamp Root .... 75* & 1.35
Key. The incidents occurred $100 bond.

about 10 o'clock Friday Baron, JE 8.1340 Plastic Juice Sets ......., 60* Camera Sets .... 4.08 0.03
morning at the home of Mrs. Albert Montgomery charged
Key. with drunk and disorderly con

Mrs.' duct by creating a disturbance, SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK
told
Key the court that fined $15 or six days.
home Owens, always comes to her Robert Lee Masse, charged! Civic Theatre Guild I Where Priced Are Right
disturbing her and her with reckless .. .
driving and driv 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue
daughter and she wants Adult Classes in Dance
a stop ing without a driver's license, and
put to it. Mrs. Key added that fined $25 or ten days on the Drama i We Deliver Call FR 3-9458 or FR 4-2376
on Friday morning Owens grab first charge, dismissed
the
on
bed her and tussled with her so second I t ea"lu ''aaaaaan.osaaa a a ._.
that he tore her jacket. Mrs. I LEARN TO DANCEDon ..
Key explained that during _the Sam Dixon, charged with as- ( St roc Kan's Party Time) *
tussle $14.00 of her money sault and battery on Dernie MAMBO .' CALYPSO .' CHA
which she had in a pocketbook Watson Jr. Dixon was dismissed, CIIA CHA MODERN DANCE READ THIS! READ THIS!
became missing, and she assumed because Watson failed to appear IN JAZZ BALLROOM SONG
that Owens had taken the in court against him however, I STYLING PREPARATION Thoughts have wingsI
money. Later, however, tho a bench warrant will be issued FOR NITS CLUB AFRO
daughter found the money undera for Dixon for failure to appear CUBAN can influence other
couch at the home, where It Elijah: Staten, charged with x 7 with my thinking
had apparently rolled after fall assault and battery with feet on Children's. Theatre
Ing from the pocketbook.In his wife, Maxine Staten, fined GiftedSpiritualist
$25 or ten days. 4820 N.W. 27th Aye.INFORMATION ,r .
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his defense Owens denied Charlie McLendon, charged '
hitting; Mrs. Key, but he did admit I with carrying concealed
weapon
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IN OUR SCHOOLS SATURDAY, JANUARY, 1959 PAGE. 15 I

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B.T.W. HIGH SCHOOL touch the Christmas tree donated Homestead Airman was driving 76 miles an hour
by Mr. Harmon and Martin Phyllis WheatleyClub when his car skidded off the
By Jesse Blu.e Rogers. Dies as CarOverturns road and overturned.

NOTE TO PARENTS On Jan. News
:
Student Council members arebusy : '
Williams of 147 Bauer Rd.,
,
20. at 8 o'clock
we will have
annlng for their annual
p dead when officers
Naranja, was
Variety Show which will be held, our first PTA meeting of the During; the Christmas Holidaythe
found his body at 3:30 a.m. several
Tuesday, Jan. 20. The talented year. Parents, please be on time Phyl'is Wheatley Club sent A 24-year-old airman from the hours after the crash
students of the school and or else you will miss a treat. out many baskets to needy fam' Homestead SAC base was killed
special guest artists will appear. The p aylet, "The Earth and ilies In the Miami and Liberty Sunday when he failed to makea
Everyone Is Invited to attend Sky," will be repeated for yourp.easure City areas and served refreshments turn in his car on Coral Sea
the show which will be held In and information.A to the children" at Youth Boulevard In South Dade.:
Hall individual members also Metro accident Investigators It !
the auditorium. very special thank you forth Advertise Pays
said Cecil Williams
Airman 2-C
'
Looking forward to a week of fruit given to our childrenat gave presents" to the children
activities during IJoy Scout Christmas time. present." The Christmas spirit -
Week, male students in 9.12 W. C. Cogdell, principal was extended also Into the New
grades were asked to fill; out Mazie R. Edge, reporter Year. On New Year's night the MOUNT SINAI LAYMEN
poll sheets Indicating their hobbies Club entertained" members and Present the Leader of South Florida in
A program was also held Dunbar ElementaryStudents Quests at the president's" home
Wednesday night to recruit men 1888 NW 66th st. The largo An Evening of Gospel Harmony
Interested in scouting. with New Year's number enjoyed the Christmas
Resolutions for improvements in Tree and gifts for till; turkey '$ :'l .: .
Senior school students
high "
I all areas of thn school's program and al the trimming graced the '\:\' .,
I present at a special assembly to 'nht .
m pet off to a good start by tden tables
h or L''o Wa'ler, retired racingcar
applying with Mrs. Dorothy Sanford -
I driver discuss safety and school librarian. This sign: Tho club mat at the home of
races car driving. The program can 6e seen In the library: 'MM. Marruerltte Everhart at
wxa presented through the courtesy 1876 NW 55th Terr. Mrs, E
of the Champion Spark WANTED! proved a charming hostess. The
Plxi Co. Mr. Waller explained ALIVE! ALERT! Hub\ pans to entertain the City
t1" l-vpe of tests which are given LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Association of Federated Wo
to applicants. He emphasized Receive specialized training In men's tubs on the First Mon
through a film the various safety Library housekeeping desk day in February at the home of

measures. work, magazine use, 'book pro Mrs. ,. Margaret Adderley, 6730
-- cessing. NW 13th aAn interest'n"nrogra
T1aalrnteera" will play (he Car Hours attractive: Return excellent : m Is being prepared and
,. TT''. ,.} flvn Jan. 17 in
?? b p tino ,
for the dependab'e pupil the presidents' asks all the members '
th" snpHnus gymnasium of who listens Phyllis Wheatley Art
well:!, follows directions of
R'rw Defected ony: once by works! wl tingly, and arrives and Social Club to be present
,TnnPFI IHph of Orlando by a mar on time! for the occasion.
.-.,.. n, iwo nolnl*. the Orange Marie Price, presidentM.
nnrt njncV capers; will be fight 'Sixth grade pupils, room 35, I. Daniels, reporterthis
lie; to" hold' the margin of only were in charge of assembly this
OA" defeat.' I week. Willie Joe Morris was
Tt'" conerratn'atlons and' felt ma: tr of ceremonies The class
presented a. play, "A Trip group. ...{
.It..ttl'nlll tn our first lady, Mrs. The Dunbar family extends {jtf "
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Through January." The trip tools'
M"vrne Evelyn Williams. Mrs. sympathy to Mrs. Esther II. Hen- :
*
Williams, as you know, was pupils to important dates, out don, second grade teacher, In the
named "outstanding In the fleM' standing persons, and special loss of her father, Jesse Holt, Featuring The Male Choir of New Bethel Baptist Church
of education" by Who's Who In days Hlph Iphts of the month. who was buried last Monday. West Palm Beach, Florida
America, among women.Wednesday Posters for the play were drawn
the deadline by Willie Earl Williams: Arthur Get well wishes go out to Mrs. Guest Chorus MT. TABOR MALE CHORUS
was London, and Allison !Moss Bessie Dennis; and prayers for
for the January edition of the Host Chorus MT. SINAI MALE CHORUS
of Mrs.
'
Characters were O'orla Taylor, the speedy recovery
school newspaper.! Did you gel Betty Townsley, Jewel Rowan Jones, mother of Mrs. Betty
your news In? We'll bo looking' Sunday January 18 1959
A via Schubert, Dorothy Ingram, Burroughs. ,
for the publication come Jan. 21. .
Ishmell Fenell, Eugene Moss, C. M. Pearsall, principal 2:30 p.m.
Get your copy early! Paulette LaRodat Rosebud" Bar Rychard S. Cook II, reporter
Everyone Is Invited' to the rett, Carrington Col'le, Rufus DON'T MISS THIS MUSICAL TREAT ,
"Mid-Term Hop," January 24 In Cox, Allison: Moss, Arthur Lon Bring The Entire Family
the gym The hop Is being sponsored don and Cecelia Pla. JABBERWOCKIS ,
br the Fntnre Teachers of
America! Club. Dance to the latest The production was under' the Mt Sinai Baptist Church'

hit records: direction of Mrs. Clarice Little ON THE WAY 1419 N.W. 5th ,Place
who Is homeroom teacher" for
Student Council members sponsored IIIIO. K. fl. LUCK 11C, President HKV, S. A, THOMAS, Pastor
the Annual Loyalty. Dav
Jan. 15. AM loyal Washingtonni !-
GUARDING OUR TREASUREMIDWAY
: bought ta"a that stated "I
fln a' oval Washingtonian" A .-.--.----. VI'S GUEST HOUSE
poH' l IUIllf'mhlv program was REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMSBy
"pr *>Pted for the senior high Day or Week
,DAhnol.MPmhera 1.
Efficiency Privileges Mrs Elvira W. Smith, Prop .
of tho newspaper
staff erA Bearchlng for the latest Phones: OX 1-5343 FR 0-9350

"hot news" about you and 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue

your . you'll': probably see
your Innermost secrets in the ....J<31111 'J___
Annual edition of tho "Tornado
Scoon" which will be published
on Feb. 13. Incidentally the 1
FOR RENT OR LEASE
group wi'l hold its annual Valentine I VSPAPERQIpNN
hop on the same: night. 1 N6
Get ready to bring your favorite J APPROXIMATELY 4500 SQ. FT. STORAGE i,

sweetheart to the press club ..aAvQy SPACE
ball; she may be crowned queen.

who knowsBETHUNE Rockland Palace-829 .N.W. 2nd Ave. or


ELEMENTARYOn Call FR 3.8989 in the morningSpecial

Jan. 8, during our regular
assembly hour a fourth grad
croup under the direction of
Mrs. Naomi Symonette gave an
Informal science demonstration Ma Y t = -' Offer
on the study of "The Earth and 1 I I

Sky." The purpose of this typeof ., Madam Mara, Gifted k Public Advisor and

the demonstration pupils of Dethune was some to give Insight \ \' N.<"_ \ \ helper| lAdy you all know from Center

and awareness of our Hill, now conveniently located close to you

heavenly bodies. The climax of REE / ( ERNyFfFCONOMt NT nt 2900 NW 27th Ave., Mourn I, lie (who

this program was a skit f conies from A long line of descendant of
entitled, "Earth Learns a gifted people in this work and ha* helped
Lesson." Pupils at our school, 4 thousand of all walks of life solve their
believe, as a result of this valu
able demonstration that science problems and overcome bad luck, and guide

I to very Important; In fact It Is them to successful living.

life itself I, Madam Mars, now take this opportunity to personally In

During our regular faculty Mrs. \'Ite.thOfte. of you who are In doubt of (unseen powers to come
meeting on Tuesday Jan. 6
Mule Edge' presented the sec In and let me convince you. I will not only read the general

ond of a series of speech dem condition of your life and tell you what your trouble Is, but

onstrations. The faculty participated PARK will help you In luck health, restore lost nature job, happy
in and gained much Information 'home, true friendship and success In life.

from 'these demonstra My special work Is known to thousands,..The skeptical ones

tions.thpse series The ,of main demonstrationsare purpose for DRUG STORE, of you who have never had true help are especially welcome.

to show what good speech The Idly curlou and pranksters are not.

Is, and how to help children acquire SlntoreJ"MADAM',
It. 2206 N.W. 62nd Street

At the present time, our caf- (OPPOSITE CONSUMERS) MARS
torlum Is In the process of beIng

evaluated ,by the Florida ACC JIIATELY
Education. Well-known throughout the world from
State Department of
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
Teachers and pupils are doing Center Hill .
their best to maintain the present Trusses Surgical Belts*. Elastic Stocking Attention! Local Address

can to standards get the, and best do rating all. they possible. VITAMINS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 2590 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami, Florida

MONEY ORDERS PHONE NE 5-3022 OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. to 8 P.M.HAPPENINGS .
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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The, Peoples' Newspaper" Baker's featuringSensatithial' be delivered to your' home, each
. I I r for'as little as $10 down.,
Box ..
Sunlight Chatter
I 'PAGE .16 SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959NNNII.IINNINNNI.NINNNNIN : : '
v' Be sure to read' the'IIpecl l ad.
I By DELOHETTA BEECHAMNNLNININNNNIININN.NIINIIININ.II Furniture Sale ', vertisement from Baker's Depart'

j ment Store which appears on
NN//N/NI/I/IIN//IN Daker's Departmpnt Store at 8 this Issue
page of of your MI.
137 N. Miami Ave., is this week '. '
ami Times
;
The school of Sunlight Beauty announcing one of the most sensational .
Culture started the year with B furniture
Around Miami sales on ever
I
big boom. There'' ,was a fashion:; offered In the Miami area. Your
show presented last Friday by credit always good at Baker's. JABBERWOCKIS -
Miss Barbara Russell, one of Small down payments with convenient ,.
By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU our more promising students. and easy terms are always -

I __________________ ______________________________________ There will be another show presented standard at this ON THE WAY ,
procedure
-..........................u..................................-......- this Friday by Mrs., Rosa :
store. ,i
M WELL THINGS are moving up ... Mae Shannon. 'This week'.Baker's is offering
Unofficial three complete'rooms of fine
a little better on our
We have several "new faces in
Mayor poll. Dr. Ira P. Davis has plied, "That's the kind of meat' furniture for only 29995. Easy Method
our midst. We welcome
slipped past Alty. Arrington and you get down Souse." you Along with this purchase you
this puts Father Gibson in sec wholeheartedly and hope you will receive absolutely FREE a ReducingNow
ond place. Dr. Davis has a cool CAN CALIAIr will be hero continued success in your training piece metal bathroom ensemble
and after have entered being offered at the
277; Father Gibson 262; Atty. on the 16th. He'll be appearingat into the field. you valued at $8.95. Only $25 will
Arrington 237; Atty. Graves Hialeah for an unlimited en deliver this complete outfit to FASHIONETTE BEAUTY
221; Dr. J. 0. Brown 185; E. N. gagement. He'll close when the There will be a Fashlonetteand your home. SHOP
153 Charles Hadley shouldnot Also offered this week Is a
Taylor ; bread gives out, which Cocktail Sip on the 25th of
145; Slim Bannister 97. Bill be too long. I remember a 'January at the Sir John. Someof 44-piece dinette set, for only 6888 N.W. 15th Ave.
Klmbro, who started out with a few years back we went to the our students will partake in $49.95, and $5.00 Is all you
bang, has asked to be dropped track and I, bet every horse that the exercise. Come one and all need to have this set dellvereed For information -
from the poll and the voting because Cab had a bet on. Yep; I got and we hope to have a jolly, to your home, Call NA 1.0470.OX 1.9710F7
I his Job as a detective won't broke .- Chuck Smith, PAMU time. It will be given by Alpha A 24-piece sofa bed outfit,
permit him to participate. However public relations man, made a Chi Omega Sorority. !and a 13-piece bedroom suiteat
our poll is advancing and short, visit to Miami to get tremendous savings can also -

you can still write a card and things underway for the 1959 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ". .. .. .. .. .r. .,.. .., ---.-;-...-.-- --t:-.
make your choice. Send them to Orange Blossom Classic. ,2 t:,..u.i KocoSfc;: :?.5&.S..Ko5: ..Sr.,!;5..Koicoifc; .:!C.......................l..;.............:..t.lt........:..:... .,....f....f.........,.....it.l f....'..;.... .f..tt. .:tU.
the Miami Times, 6740 NW 15th ,

I ave. DISHING THE DIRT DK1T. : Fair 1 fit 1
ONE OP TilE Avenue Boys i.at:. Realty is Easy to Buy From

I ROY by name of Johnny Payne, doing H
HAMILTON Is In town
for a short visit. I'm told that Seems 90 days that for Johnny a small would swindle.ap In3, VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645 'it
he will at a local club
appear
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proach a well known and : N'
person 'u _
some time in the near future . '
offer him a name brand whiskeyfor
Bonnie Davis and Clem Moor M
$3.00 a fifth,. but you must
man and their PIcadllly Pipersare .a vb H
buy ten bottles. He then insisted .
appearing at the Clover
that the $30 be paid in ad
N
Club downtown, and will be in
vance and that he would return ,
. > ;
the area for the season Ra 1 ltr ,;
with the goods. But, he would
dlo Station WFEC is going to
never come back. So, Detectives:! ,
rehash their whole :
"Rehash" means that program.for this Jimmy Wilson 'and Archie Lang- MN
ford caught up with Johnny and ,
year WFEC will
do more and made the bust. 'ft d. t; 1
j better things to help this
!
area Keep your ear tuned to N
; NOTE: Whenever you see the .
) 1220 and dig the happenings.
little articles in Jet magazine, 1 i ;'
want it to be known by all thatI ,. t. tt "1', MH
I'VE HAD TIlE pleasure of do not send news articles to ..
H
meeting a man who-is( a man said publication. I work for the
among men. Of course in the run Miami Times, and if there is M
of a lifetime, you meet many any news to be published about N
so'
and all sorts of men and wo people and things in Miami, I'll .! r'4 ____1
men, but rarely a man who has see to it that you get it from this! _ N
the foresight to see that talentis column. :The person who 'sent _
brought forth and placed In that last article: in about the ''r' s, mH.
the place' where it can be ap. doctors and professional men
predated. The man to whom I having rooms and apartments IJ son.
refer is Jim Cuffee a successful all over town, was dead But of EU]
New York business man who order, and has caused much ill
knows nothing about show busi feelings, unintentionally and
ness. However he heard and undeserved, between quite a few
met Napolean Reed and decided of our married couples. Besides, t WHY PAY RENT ? R
that he should go places. Aftera it's no damn business of any
little talk, Napolean had a body's as to who has what and -
manager, one who can and will where. !X2
be put in the same category with ONLY DOWN ,

George Treadwell (Sarah HOW COME DEIT.r How Itr NO CLOSING COSTS $795 GORGEOUS! ! 3
Vaughn's manager.) Mr. Cufffee come Negroes are still riding in i
la the that"go-getter" type of manager the back seats of city of Miami FOR THESE BRAND NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOMES #
sell buses
can an act as an ? Doesn't everybody know
act should be sold. Our hat's off that our buses are. not Jim crowed :n "MOVE RIIGHT INJI"! ate
to Mr. Jim Cuffee, a gentleman anymore? . The season is

among gentlemen. really here Who should pay us .B Open for inspection Saturday and Sunday 1.6 p.m. See our Mr. i"ffi C#

PRETTY OIIIL of the Week: a than visit Dave last Tuesday Marks none and Eddie other Carroll Bliss at models 1789 '- 1791 NW 155th St., Opa Locka Beau ;

Mattie Cooper . Policeman of Shaw They both have decided ; ties. Only one payment, one mortgage. Built-in oven and range. Tile I IM ;
the Week: Captain Nolle . to stay In Miami: New York is roof. Best buy's of the year. -
Teacher of the Week: Mrs. Mil too' cold I I I Cliff Smalls: _
dred B. Ambrlster . One of Clyde McPhatter, Billy Eck-
the ,best shows in town can be stine and I were playing a 3 JUST $495 DOWN 3.bedroom Brown Sub Clean t
seen at the
Palm
in Hallandale, round of golf when 'B" tells
where Chris Colombo and his orchestra Clyde, Keep your eye on the $ 3-bedroom, new CBS homes. ONLY $695 DOWN sr'
are swinging . along ball, baby, cause I ain't heard cli North Miami Beach, near 163rdSt. No closing costs. Only one mortgage !
with the Five Royals . If any of the golfer yet that can hit shopping center. City water. to pay. Large 50x110 closed i l,4
restaurant
Cha with their in town vegetables serves Cha that And little'once ball by memory" r Anyone can buy. No closing costs. in yard. Nicely landscaped. Separate
,
please
Cha (the aid fashioned kind) from me to you again. ,. Live as usual Life, t i Move right in. See 1563 1573 front and rear screened in

call Dizzy Gillepsle. He Just Every Golden: Minute of it. 1583 N.E. 152nd St. Open this porches. Has separate living room ,nand

Once lopes I Cha Cha afad souse meat 4I Sunday all day. Deposit will hold dining room. Priced right. A f
asked Diz what kind of fu one of 12. New good purchase. See 3295 CNW
I meat was souse meat, and he re Advertise It Pays! any ones being 50thlt
2 built now. Terrific! St. !,
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lr .

II ., TV SICK ? !XI $495 DOWN OPA LOCKA See 1427 NW$895 58th DOWN Terrace. Consists B

2bedroom. New CBS homes. See of 3-bedrooms with separate

at4 1677 N.W154th St. living room, dining room, kitchen

; Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ,u i Total price $7,995. One mortgage and lot. bath. On large landscaped S
City water. Low taxes. Move
fCi $75 month. Move right in. No .n
,, SAME DAY SERVICE 41closing costs. right in. Only one mortgage to !JCC
pay. See us to show.A;
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[4 Picture Tube Special tU t= No Closing $495 DOWN For LIBERTY one who can CITY afford BEAUTY it! Open IJJi

1 Mortgage to Pay this #
=n i Sunday 1.6 p.m. See 5930 NW It C
17.lnch--$22.95 21.inch--$29.91. 4 Priced at only ,$6,995. This one 19th Ave. 3-bedroom, 2 bath, witha

:1 O I bedroom cute house on large 23 ft. jalousied Florida room.

!O 50x110 fenced in lot. See 3279 Built-in oven and range. Large C 5

LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN r? NW 50th st, Brown Sub. Close toM carporte. 70x120 .lot. Full of extras. ,t

bus. Clean. ,
? Itfit
", Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 at? !

:;RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it in for quick service }t

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;Vets Radio & TV Co. B l We are open every day 9 to 9 p.m. including Sundays ul


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