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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: January 31, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00635
Source Institution: University of Florida
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I ( Blame Police For

RETIRES MRS., BROOKS, FROM O'Hara to.Pight: for Page Boy's Job Negroes he Dade County Death Grand Jury .

SCHOOL SYSTEM scathing report
Tuesday issued a
.1 --- Washington Rep. Barratt against the Homestead 'police department -
O'Hara (D-I11)) vowed Thursdaythat
and called their opera
he will fight to have James of Jail "amateurish"
tion the
A'to Mob"Threatens
.. A., (Jimmy) Johnson Jr., 14yearold They .blamed. the death of -Robert -
Negro: appointed as a congressional 'iShaeffer, 26, who escapedand
page boy "regardlessof made a bloody rampage
the consequences" The white through the Jail last November,
White Guard haired congressman, who spon- on Inadequate security measures
sored the Chicago youth for the and bungling /by policemen
Job, said he would not "stand Schaefter. wounded a policeman
Montgomery, Ala. About J25 ''by and see this fine /boy go home and held more than 100 lawmenat
Negroes, armed with knives And with a broken heart." bay In'the jail| before ,being111..d'

bricks, manaced a' White guardat Informer Meanwhile Northern Democrats by shotgun (blasts after' he
their housing: project Tuesdajf were embarrassed' and Southern wad helpless and blind t r. o'.mtearras.
night. police said. .
Democrats were gloating The \
Charles Roy, who was unhurt, Claims Cop Russians? They were broadcastIng In an Interim rep.ort0 Circuit
told officers: he was driving away the story all over the world. Judo Orady I*. Crawford?'.the
from work when a Ibrl .k' Was Jury recommended<< reorganizationof
furled through his car windowand Beat' Him the Homestead 'Po;ic&' depart
Negroefi mobbed around. '' hinjaa \ TENN. STATE ment as the result of an ''Exten

Jie stopped. sive Investigation" of conditionsat .
"I had to back up against the < < A young narcotics: informer WOMEN COPNATIONAL the Jail ..x::

car, with my pistol in my hand testified this week that a Negro tRACK Homestead officials said some,
tb keep them away," po'lce policeman handcuffed his hands recommedatlons of the Jury al:'

ed| Roy "I almost had to shoo behind him, then beat him uncon Tennessee A&I ready have been put Into effect.
Washington -
ope or two of them. The report recommended that,
Roy said he made his way scious. runners swept the four top spots newly hired Police Chief John
Mrs. AlMa P Brooks, Saturday night In the 60 yard
through D. Cannon be given "a free hand
the crowd to a pay station -
Leroy Dicks Jr., 20, said that
of Bunche Park elementary dash and :led other events In tho and
full In
and phoned police, then kept
this week announced' her retire- at the time of the beating Dec. I National Women's Indoor track
the shouting, cursing Negroes operating the\ department,
10 he was helping a thld Miami
ment' aftef 23 years In the Dade and field championships.Wllma .
away: from him ,until police a rived policeman prepare a narcoticscase. : and that "stringent regulations"be
school system. Rudolph, topped the 60
ndopted regarding use or
She said she Is retiring because i The Negroes yelled "we' don't yard competition In 6.2 seconds, force on prisoners -
of falling sight '(ant any White men working Dicks testified In a Miami Civ tral'ed by teammates Martha Homestead Mayor Tom Karris
She started teaching In 1926 In around here," said Roy, who |SI a 11 Service Board hearing for Patrolman Hudson, Margaret Mathews and would not comment' on the
Polk County and became teacher guard at the government housing Charles W Thomas, 2, Shirley Crowder Grand Jury report, but Police
principal of J.' R. E.: Lee Elementary project of 2346 NW 58th St., who is Tennessee A&I also took top\ Commissioner Stanley Wlttkop
In South Miami In 1935. She Police Jailed five Negroes on charged with the beating: The honors in the 440 yard relay, said the city already has started
has headed Bunche Park since it I charges of disorderly' conduct, hearing has not been completed. finishing in 62.3 seconds Hc x' WAND JJJHY$ lAKe ft
opened as a new school In 1951.
Mrs. Brooks received her ,

bachelor's A&M degree In in 1951 from,1940 degree New and.York ,.master'University Florida- 'Rep. Powell Asks Cuba Probe I

A son, Theodore R. Blue Jr.,
teaches at Northwestern High PRAISES CASTROGOVERNMENT U


$300 IN HOLDUPThe __i_ 'Washington Rep Adam

Clayton: Powell, who I Was invited -
owner of a Coconut Grove
to Cuba by J/lclol Castro at
restaurant told police he, w a s '
robbed of, more than 9300 "at the fal] of the ,Batista KOy'ern.mente '

gunpoint Saturday night, Robert } Wednesday called fO'r' an

N. Ousley, ;owner of La Caslta -j I : ry dIU \Investigation of U S, arms shipments *
Tea Room, 3540 Main Highway, '
laid a man armed with A blue to Latin merica/ of "theprollatieta

automatic took the' money from r ) lobby In; the\;;U.' 8.!'

him In a parking lot ;adjoiningthe and of relations by formeV U, S.
restaurant, and fled on foot
Ambassador!! \ Ears) Smith" with.,..tho.
CLEANUP fI C' ", Batista regime In Ct.l a."""

Powell; Just returned, from
"': Havana, praised"1 lho""revolutlon.

ary Fidel Castro government and
HOUSES, .; e .. defended the trials .of Batista fol.
Dw "rIj lowers.. He said the trials were
a '
The Dade County Legal A I d openly conducted with right of
Society asked for A clean-up of ,
Ij defense counsel
ramshackle room.In g houses) 4 III!

where a boy land girl can spend i In a speech to the House,
an hour for $1.25
dill Powell: a Baptist minister, said

Nine ont of 10 teen-aged un ,%I all the& Protestant clergymen of
wed mothers who appealed,tq,the Cuba were members of the underground -

aO'eltt',1ut4 year &. tber'be/ r1,iY. :1:1t movement. He said
came: pregnant during such ,assignations 1 i the ministers have voted to send
.. reported the legal : preaching missions to this country -
aid branch of the Dado"Bar As o starting this coming Sunday
sedation because ,"they were eo aroused.
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; ,1" concerning the attitude of the
filing The co a Ias d In the ''-' .. k t __..._._ ._' _.I4oIN .'."" -.... American people and the press"
rn most
ly In/olvtng Neg ,mostly Because of the overwhelming fun as the guests. ity extends thank you to all of Powell) said the revolutionarieshad
nncobttsted. 4 packed house fit 500 last Sunday The Remarkable Rubin Trio our guests, guest celebrities, been able to get 25 million
evening at (be'635 Club, the fire was at Its best. Collosal Chris, models and the following beauty dollar worth of arms, mostly
s/can't py n end hag.Iti department came out to Inspectthe Diverting Dave and Remarkable salons and schools of cosmetology from Chicago, New York and
ac' sald Q antln T red, club to see It all could escape Reuben filled the walls with : Los Angeles, He demanded an In
too 1 d dlrecF t the cfawe In case of tire.xhe music. When the models from our Theatrical Beauty Shoppe; vestlgatlon with the aim of haltIng -.
outstanding beauty salons beganto Modernistic Beauty Salon, Down such arms shipments In the
c4 sld j. styleoramA was most ..ueIJelatul. model their coiffures, guest Town Barber Shop, Art Beauty future,
house ke these The' towns leading mile held their. breath because theycouldn't Salon, Velvet Touch Beauty '. '
minors t er to models modeled Enquire tub Imagine sepia heads ever Shoppe, Mary'i Home of Beauty, "If we could arm Castro and
might get o so, we loss from Jounce wear to top wearing, Vogue, Charm and Starke,'. Beauty Shoppe Royal upset A dictator, then what)., to
," -Bid red said. of the picture bet And tails.. The Mad SputnikAnd American' Hairdresser styles. Palm Beauty Shoppe, Charm Petite prevent Communists from being
Hangover bats were A few There were some pastel shadesof Beauty Baton and the Ceasol's armed to upset democracy-and;
Two place mentioned were that held the cocktail sippers pink, blue, brown, white and University of Cosmetology, what (.1 ,to' prevent the organizations -
apartments ."near BTW School" spellbound Frank LeGree. who golden yellow which added beauty Sunlight Beauty School andNorthwestern I which dwell on the .lunatic
and another house "near the was M. C., along with the other to the coiffures. Senior High' School.I fringe of our own land from obtaining
PooL" guest celebrities, bad .AS much The Alpha Cbl Pi Omega Soror- -Photo byfJohnson of Miami. I srnjat", he aaked '
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New Course THE MAMI TIMES"The- Peo- i, . ,l

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Underway i I PAGE 2 SATURDAY, f :

A course In choral music now ... !: t'i(
meets at Northwestern on Mon I r '.. J :, _.{ : 1
day and Wednesday evenings NORTH DADE "
Registration Is now !being con BTW :
ducted. For further Information The North Dade Little TheaterGuild VISIT ;,'. "" ; .J.lil' 1/If''' .;w.
contact Mrs. of North Dade Junior-Senor '
phone r : "
PL 47929. High School will present its :: 1f

Initial seasonal production, "The j,,'! .

LIBERTY CITY ELEM. Family Upstairs" on Wednesday, Twenty :j, .:
Feb. 4 ,
according to Charles D. High l
Hats off to Mrs. Irene Straugher Wyche, principal, District '.. '

one of our fifth grade teachers The play, a comedy In thru day in \ .; ,.
she made "Who's Who," acts, is scheduled to be presented "Freedom --If UP' .a. ....

an honor of which she is most at 8:15 'p.m. in the auditor. gram In Dr. John E. Codwell, Houston, Tex., president of the Associa.
deservant. The faculty honored ium. The trip tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools; Mrs. Florence Madison
her with a surprise reception at The cast Includes Roland Benson ard L. BUll, Philadelphia Pa., president of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority
the lovely spacious home of Mr. as the father, Annie Grace chairman and Charles R. Wilson, Chicago, HI., president of the National

and Mrs.. Thomas Jones. At that Carters! as the mother Sharon .'.11...."..1:1....:. 'U_:.'_:: _Bowling__ ____ Association L__ ___ _,__have.___ _joined__ ____uu.the March.'of Dimes. ._with. dol.IMJlt .
lime, many friends, former e iu- Davis plays Annabelle and Prec ana tAAvJ are VOIUDleer ,campaJp worKers In their local
dents and coworkers honored ious Mdbley:< will be seen as tory communities. They urge you to join the March of V Dimes-for
her with songs, readings, gifts, Louise, and Michael Duncan arthritis and birth defects as we polio-as contributors of
flowers, cards and words of con plays the son, Willie. Others in Metro funds and volunteer service. The campaign continues through.
gratulations. Among the guest the cast are Tometro Hopkins as have been Drive'I' out January .

present were Mrs. Alese Gill, Mrs. Grant; Charles, her son, is tion
our former principal; Willie played by Clarence Boykins; Lil by '. ,.
King said. n' :
Scott, our PTA president lie Dukes
and portrays the neighbor, HONOREDNew Army Beckons
Mrs. Ruth N. Polite, our homebound and Herman Simmons plays Her '
teacher, who represented bert. trip was York ", I 'ft#+
the Dade County Teacher's As .The play will be directed by nal Order Roy Campanella to MusiciansSergeant

sociation. The best of luc'c to James, B. Randolph, director of Speakers, catcher of the Dodgers

you, Mrs. Straughter, and may the North Dade Little Theater was named "Citi Hal Lewis, the United
you be the proud recipient of Guild. Randolph, a newcomer to onomics of the Year" by Sports States Army Recruiter in Miami

many more honors. the Miami area, has served as provided of D'nai B'rlth Campa said today that qualified musicians

We are now making plans for Center director of a Community Youth ernment will be honored at tiro may how enlist in the Army
of Springfield, senior high to
Missouri, play with a band
our Parent-Teacher on a post of
Conference eighth annual
assistant director Sponsored
of the their
which will be held FAMU choice in Third United
Feb. 2. Parents on Monday, Pnymakers of Florida A&M Uni vision of this Sunday. States Army; area.
come urge you to versity, Tallahassee, and more ber of
confer with your recently, he The local
child's teacher was director of the coordinated recruiter said that
time. This conference at the appointed Charles Gllpln Players of Prlarle ton. the Department of the Army has
importance to of vital View State College. DRAFT made special provisions in this

"hft"_.... "r".. '," u"A-u' hu you_ and. _your_ area in order for musicians to
forget Monday, Feb.nelJp.2. Don't HOLY REDEEMERReport I Mary Hall: RATTLERS serve with an Army; band near
The Moss, their home.
faculty: and class of Mrs. cards, evaluating
Hazel Wilcox are praying for work of the first Walker, two outstanding players At
semester the
her speedy recovery. given to were Smith, the Florida A&M football present there are band
pupils] 13
Jan. by vacancies at Fort MoCl' llan
Mary F. Williams, principal the pastor Rev. Father the past season have been I Ala
Ruth Everette, reporter The pupils who DeVaney. into the National Foot and at Fort Rucker, Ala. Four
received dis Georgia
tinguished League. posts have vacancies -
honors were: in
their bands.
B.T.W. HIGH Grade They are Ft.
SCHOOL Grade 9 8 Cassandra Gray YMCA Leroy Hardee, lead Denning, Fort Gordon, Fort McPherson -
By Jesse Blue Grade Cornelius James. ground gainer, and center and Fort Stewart. Fort
6 Lona Bethel and Taylor, both went to the Dragg, in North ,Carolina, has
It's real at last! Frances Robinson.
Pepper's Sur- Bay Packers. band openings as does Fort Jack-
p'us and Savage: will no longer Grade 6 Constance Moore, I lion. S. a -
plus and Salvage will no longer Sandra Murray, Georgette McIver, I I
campus site. Long a problem to Joseph Kershaw, Karen Anderson In addition, the recruiter said
the school, the property was Ellen Lawyer. FLORIDA ROOMS & REMODELINGNO vacanlea exist at Fort 'Campbell,
purchased for $30,000 by the Grade 4 Mary Styles, Bernard Ky.
school board. Welters, Katrina Coleforook]
Terry Lynn Keys, Shirley ,Sic- MONEY DOWN The following instruments are
For the three act play "Ameri Bride. BEDROOMS I Included in the vacancy lists: COP

can Passport," Barbara Williams, Grade 3 Donna Bethel, Etta PATIOS net, trumpet, baritone, french
George Littles, Delores Ervin, McIver, Dwight Wilson. CARPORTS GARAGES home, trombone, tuba, flute,
Sam Daniels and many Grade 2 Karen oboe, clarinet
more D. bassoon
EdwarK ALL saxophone -
'stars....'A_are....rehearsing._ .H_, _. Leroy_ Wash- Grad 1 Martha- n__ .Ann._.. W"U... ""a ;._11S- TYPES OFCONSTRUCTION drums and piano.
'U UII, 1It! (llnCtOr" sayS that. the The pupils who received Scho HOOFING AND
date has not been released; /tout, l lastic Honors were: ADDITIONS New and Musicians Interested in a mili
tickets may /be purchased from Grade 9 -' Judy Wllcher. PLUMBING Old tary; band career are urged to

members of tHe Thespian Club. GFrade 7 -'Ester Derry; Von- IIATHROOMS contact Sgt. Hal Lewis for full
Orders are being accepted for cUe James, Bernadette Seymour ESTIMATE Information on the Third Army
the 1959 school yearbook. A linv Saundra Lester, Cyrus JoHivette, DIAZ CONST. band program. His address la
ited number of books will be Paul Wyche CO. HI 4-7792 room 344, P.O., Miami.

available, so get your order in Grade 6 Sharon Complete
Smith, Gall Financing . .
tions now. Schoo: personnel, organiza Jones, Sellna Dean Janice Fish. ...a ..*.*. . Day or Nite -- -
patrons may purchase er, Lavora Murray, Elmore Phil- I
the annual for $6.00. pot, Carl n.COMMUNITY .
Stuart, .
Cherry Mills, president of the Lanier Mance. FOR SALE

Mary McCleod Bethune Chapter Grade 4 Thomas
of the Future Teachers of Grade 3 Roundtree. New
Club AmerIca Edwin O'DellOil! 3-Bedroom
William Higgs will I Page.

represent the group in Orlando Grade 2 Brenda Killens, Karen 2-Bath Home
at Jones High School. Beese, Paulette
by The group will be accompanied' Brenda Bryant.. Bartlett, DRUG STORE Hardwood Floors Garage

sponsors Yvonne Bath, Joseph Grade 1 Jacquelyn McPh Large Lot 70x90
A. Mackey e. -
and Mrs. Mayme E. Glenn P. Casey. '

Williams -Pun"-r''a._ """n ............"''If<\.Iuvpt'ra',,______ I COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. 6635 .N.W.. 24th. "- Ave.

Students in tive Honors:
classes the homemaking I 9 Ladonna PRESCRIPTIONS Open Sunday 3 to 5 p.m.
of Mrs. Cella M. Johnson, Grade Ashby.! CAREFULLY FILLED ..'T-)! .
were given 8 Willette
a demonstration ,
cookery by Mrs. Prothro, demon In Carolyn: : Poltler. Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery
stration agent for Grade 6 Clare M. Gaiter COSMETICS *
week. The group Frances Robinson. 8EALTEST ICE
the cooking of Grade 5 Marilyn Wilson CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
preparation Gay _
Daniel Exciting
of Boone, Coreen
etc., by the Shlpp, PHONE OXford
agent. Following: the demonstra Mary Beasley, Linda Glass. 1.7515 23
Days in
tions, food was served to mem Grade 4-, Loretta Bannister, C. M. JOLLIVETTE SR., Europe:
bers of the class. Sheila McPhee, Alicia Smith, VISITING
Willette Smith. 1 1L _
.. Frankfort
Members of the Grade 1 "
school newspaper 3 Sheldon Anderson, <::: Amsterdam
staff are sponsoring their 'Frederick Phllpot ( Florence
Patricia ) Lucerne
annual Valentine dance on Feb. Styles. THIS AD ,IS WORTH
12. The group will use the funds OrAlia.-.--... .'). _- ....__h_ 50 CENTS WITH ANY Rome a Part
"UaUlta con en, ca* $3.00 ORDER Monte Carlo
to tricia
neap defray
expenses 10 me Roundtree, Cheryl Ann
annual Press Workshop which is Reynolds, Lorraine Wilson .
held In Tallahassee.Have ann Dyes. Di- Sugar Hill Valet Leave New York June 21 I
you started Grade 1 Service
your scrapbook Ernestine
for Negro History Week? Dorothy Cofleld, Sharon Dyes, Return New York July 14
How about those
pictures for the DRY .
photography contest There are CLEANING AND LAUNDRY
loads of ALL EXPENSE
essay contests In the
offing, how about trying out for Don't be ImpatientJust 544 N.W.14th St. $963.00
one T ? ? A new semester begins
next week; start now to make it :one month, to "We Specialize in Furs, Wedding Gowns Formats $96.00 Down "-

better than the last . Don't Taffetas and Sizing" 20 Months to Pay
forget to remind your parents of Wait. February Rugs
23rdis Hats Call
or write'
PTA the second Wednesday in Drapery Blankets Chenille for Free Brochure "

February . We're trying now that ,important dateJabberwo'ck Bedspread on Korope
to get A Brotherhood Week :; For Quick Pickup and NORTH'STRAVEL
program going' will you help? Delivery
See our principal. Extravaganza CALL FR BUREAU
Time! It's almost time for that IRVING E. CURTISS & 4-0464 1104 N.W. 3rd Are.
great musical extravaganza. EARL CULMKR, Local Miamlans Phone FR 9-6779
><:: Charles C. North, ManagerIII

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.._... ..i..MIJMC...N.a n .._.. ......_....aon..wAround ; THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper" visor of Registration 116 West

F.agler St. any day, Monday
f' SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1959 PAGE, 3 through Friday, from 8:30: to 5

p.m. Registration books are clos

MiamiBy -............ ,......... u..u ........!> __..... ..n...... When ed for you 30 days register before you election.should
have with you any document l
DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU paper or receipt proving: residence .

..._-_..._......N..NNN.NNN.N.NNNMM.N.NNONLY ,Along Freedom's Road of the previous year. If
/ foreign born, ,bring your natural.

THREE more wwfcs left a I By RUTH PERRY ization papers. Dade County has
before we find out who Is going permanent registration. If you '
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to be the winner of the Official r 1 -- _. .. lUlU__ have registered since Feb., 1956
comes Denny 1 1 1 There Is a possibility
Mayor poll Post T,cards are com that WMBM disc jockey Voting is a privilege and responsibility answer these questions asked you need not reregister unless

Ing In by the hundreds and If King Coleman will form his own of all citizens of the Georgia applicants. There is one you move, change your name or
you haven't voted yet I suggest band sometime in the near fu United States. It is a serious saving graM about this whole fall to vote oncexin four years.

you do so now Even Stacy Row ture. He is a grand entertainerand matter if any citizen whether situation. It Js going to be Justas In no other country in the

ell, the Ford Dealer has sent Inhia"'vote plays drums almost as well\ white or colored, neglects' his hard for whites to register in world can you gain so much by

.' . ao how about you? as Buddy Rich. I know, I've duty of exercising his ballot Georgia as it is for Negroes from spending so little So register;
The score is as follows: heard him. when the polls are open. But in now on' under this stringent new and when the time comes vote

Charles Hadley ........................ 540 the case of the Negro citizen, in law.

Dr. Ira Davis ,........,*..-......-... 456 AN OPEN LETTER to Mr. W. areas where he can easily vote

Fr. Theo. Gibson ..................... 402 O. Campbell County Manager: without fear of reprisal, threatsor IN FLORIDA Support Your

Atty. H. Arrington ...........,.... 398 intimidation there is no ex-
Atty. G. E. 'Graves ...,............ 366 Dear Sir: CUM for neglect of the voting When we consider the means YMCA
Dr J. O. Brown ......*............... 301 Although we realize that you right. The Negro has too muchto taken in Georgia to try to prevent ,Membership'Drive

E. N. Taylor:' ............................ :276 have been in Miami only a short gain by his ballot, and too Negroes from voting, it la -
Thos. Bannister ...............-.,..... 217 time, we- are aware of the fine much to lose If he does not exercise with a sense of shame that we '
Looks job you are doing in putting our it.VOTING. consider the small amount of
like the. race is getting city into pretty fair shape. registered Negro voters In Florida
hotter, so keep those post cards where conditions
coming. However I am wondering If IS THE GATE are largely
you have had the $1.98 tour somuch more conducive to eas
through the Negro districts ot For, Negro citizens the right let registration and voting
HUMORS ARE FLYING that Brown Sub and Liberty City If to vote can be likened. to a gate
the show', "Jump For Joy' will not, this is an invitation to come because voting is truly the gate. Here In Florida the lack of a

not pass another week unless with me, at your ,earliest conven way to a brighter freer future. large number of registered Negro
something happens. Some people ience, to see the condition of the For in direct proportion to the voters Is duo mainly to apathy
says the show is good: some say streets and failure on the partof number of Negro votes cast (especially and inertia and little or no education
it's bad; some say It's too J'Uncle the waste department. The In the South) the wider regarding the vital Importance
Tomlsh" . I the opportunities of the ballot.'
say nothing' cause streets in these districts are badly will be,, and ..
I haven't it. I do nearer to : ",
seen say that damaged and in need of repair; accomplishment will be .1
( with all of that fine talent I need the 'goal of freedom and equal Consider this. Negroes nave
we sidewalks; and trash and
hope that they last the ,lengthof civil rights. successfully run for public/ office .
garbage lay on the curbs of the
their contract. If this show In many parts of the south,
streets that' do have curbs and I 1
faith, it will be a cold day in hell in the streets where there are As 1 see it, there are two ma notably In Atlanta and North
before another large Sepia showis curb. If jor obstacles standing In the way Carolina. There is no reason why
no you can find the timeto
accepted on the Beach. Maybeno of increased Negro registration with increased Negro voting
one has thought about it, but accept my invitation please and voting One block still re strength, Negroes cannot be
reply to me in care of the Miami A Post Card is Your First
mains in elected to
some public office in
the large hotel: are throwing In Times 6740 NW 15th parts of the deep Flori
: everything but the kitchen sink Respectfully ave. south in the form of intimidation, da at least in Dade County as Step to a Cash Prize
threats of bodily harm the :beginning step This is
against the night clubs. It's just Dave BonduANOTIIEIt and economic only
big business of dog eat dog. reprisal if Negroes try to one thing to be gained from In. Listen
I OPEN exercise their right to vote. The creased Negro voting strength toWFEC
GIRL OF TUB Week: 'to Mayor Robert High other obstacle exists in areas of
l. Mrs. Eura Vance Williams Po I the south where voting is comparatively HOW TO 11KGISTEH ,

liceman 'of the Week: Steve Sir: easy to accomplish, ,The Importance and "

Rolle. Teacher of the Week: Mrs. I have taken the liberty of inviting and there is little or no Intimida registering and voting necessityof ,cannotbe Mon. Thru Fri.
Eolyn Kimbro . tion. But in these
Featured vo- County Manager W. 0. areas apathy stressed enough I thoseof
callst Damlta Jo, is doing a bangS Campbell on an Inspection tour and inertia form just as effectivean you who have not urge registeredto 8:80: ft.m. 0:80 am. 1'
up job at Ciros.. Backing her with of the Brown Sub and Liberty obatacle'to. .a gain in voter read
carefully the
his swing group is Crazy C r I a City areas at his convenience. strength as intimidation does in steps to take in becoming following a regIstered 1:80 pan. 2:80 p.m.,. "..l ,
Columbo featuring Floyd "won -I am conscious of your various other sections of the south. Education voter. To qualify 4:80 "
derful" Smith. The folks are also trips to most of the Negro areas is the answer In both voter in Dade County as a p.m. .
taking to Chlckle Home like but on this occasion, I would be cases 'be an American citizen: be 21 ." '/;g,:

. mad. Yours truly is doing the happy to have you join us that years of age or more; have lived 1220 '
M.C honors. we may dlscu the nroblema of TAKE GEORGIA. FOR In Florida for ,
one year, and In
damaged streets sldewalkl-- INSTANCE Dade County for six months; be
DISHING OUT TIlE DIRT litter together. Hoping to hear
registered to vote. You can re On Your Dial +
DBPT. Everybody is talking from you at your earliest con When we consider really tough gister at the office of the Super
about the certain man down on venlen e. places for Negroes to try to reg

, 2nd ave. that beat a young lady ,RespecttulJr.Well. tater and vote Georgia stands --- -
she high on the list. Of course we _
out of $167. It seems gave
that's it for realize:
another that all these' obstacles
him $2.00 to put on the D.D.
week. Remember live life, every and restrictions and rulings are '
Her horses won and he goofed
golden minute of it. Peace. really means to try to keep the
the bread Someday maybe GO FIRST CLASS
Negro from
certain people will learn that you voting. As the time

can't just shove things down Ne I grew shorter for delay, and the .
groes' throats and they'll like it. threat of Integration was coming r
Maybe that's why a popular club Need Money Fast? ever nearer to the diehard
Is closing. Miami is not Atlantic segregationists in Georgia, they . America'sFinest ODLOfN
Mortgage loan refinance passed a new voting law which
City nor Wildwood. Do you dig ,
me? Of course, it hasn't closed all type' of property. No took effect March 25, 1958. The Bourbon-
applicant must answer 20 out of
yet > but watch out I
chick with the late model car inspection fees. MortgagesAllapattah 30 questions and all of them are in
really tough. a handy
with the 64 in the tag number .I.. etnn u_
should be careful. The cat's old ..vv up.
:Here are some of them: What
is putting 'down everythingthat flask.
lady pocket
are the names of the federal district
you're putting flown . Mort. Co.
in !
judges Georgia? What Is
her's is through a private I
Phone PL 1.1789 treason against the state of Georgia
? What li the dlflnition! of
or evenings: NE 58270J8l a felony In Georgia? And Ion on frt
through 27 other questions just
the radio station
Rogers of as hard. Now it is obvious that
WFEC, is just that . formerly. 7
one would have to be a constitutional t
Reason? Welt I don't know . l fiss
lawyer or a professor of
James W. Hilton head of the Department Drive Carefully political science to successfullySOOTIN'S YEARS
of Welfare and Woody

Laughinghouse are getting thingsin I OLD
shape at the Miami Springs
Golf Course for the Ray Mitchell TV

North.South Golf Tourney which For Reconditioned TV's From $19.95
begins Feb. 19 and runs thru the

22nd . Lew Price director of For The Finest Service on All (TV Makes & Models
publicity for the City of Miami
set that the Baseball Qolf Tourney Try us You'll Like us

at Miami'Springs ,will ,be one
'l' 86 PROOF
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FR 3-1589 %
of the best yet. Cincinnati Reds ''
Don Newcombe is in town already More than 25 years of reliable service {f' :'t:, % & 100 PROOFBOTTLEDINBOND .

and getting in shape for I '
the tourney which starts Feb. 12.


Payne are enjoying a 5-day off HALT-PINTS

tll Sunday, when they will takeoff STAR MEAT MARKET
for Pittsburgh. Pa. Fish here

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g 1 r JUST BROWS/IN' I pel ed Congress unions to to operate enact laws''more to com pub
licly s? as to rl4 1 labor of raCk.
eteera and ,corr1J1' t._.leaders.*., :
PAUL R. HENRY -" There j
seems t< be a lot more

,- -- =: . -. money In clrcu'atlon since FIdel
: : "The Dear Castro put a,
I President Eisenhower recommended ' p.rotosah .by -Senator. Lyndon ''
the Cuba .
numbeyn.. pitch \
MUTANTUR ET NOS AlUTAMUir ELLIS' a one and one-half Johnsqn ,He.says t"la" like otter took a lot 'of money l> tQqt,

.-' rr"The,, Times_--L___--,-mr Are__, ,.'.Changed*i--_in-_| And rJTI -TLT We rlt_._Are i. J-Jn-M-Changed"rfi. -_ .A:, With, Them"' I cent tax increase' :"on gasoline t l ine1' liniment .tof,cure 'a' tumor. I area every'Saturdayvme out. of itous.ih
r | t i- r"l -Vi'irt Some
Office at 1112 tf.W.: Thlnl Ave,. Miami, Florida-Phone states Including > have come Up :tflth afStmmfck 'tp
f #. Plant at 0740 3-223fi are .opposed, to Charles Stevens of Florida' ; City maintain theirlbys
1_ ,NW. 15th Avenue-i-Phone:: CX 1-081 *' .V FIOrlda'j ,It'4. no*
'.'- '. 'Inc tax.' They see no need for got.a Ju tlflab>- ruling by Peace called "thfc 'Vacei" i aud.: ttro1i
Entered us Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post!, Office ase Justice Syivester ,Adair when an want to know .the' winn4atd4tt=
at Miami, Florida, under the act of, ,March 8,, 1870 ". '' I. inquest was, held for his killing 01. Saturday, Just, add'uU\ t t.Dlete .
.., -- .". j Sunday, _Feb: 8,_:St. Peter's_ Rnhart Havifl.. t\9JT Of Florida mutl1e1. ,Davof' 'n' th."l:1.
'U. E. SIGIS IUND UE VBBEdftor..., .u it ''f' :'ft American catholic Church hold, .
City. An'argument In '
ended tne and
(fourth races at"His ;
GAUTII C.. RKEYES, Managing Editor nUSf Its Fourth Annual Woman's Day til
end 8S. Manager murder.
( l'\ celebration. I urday and, take the th ri1
Miss Yvonne Bain
SUBSCRIPTION RATES '\ Vlll .f fourth figures from'the<< , ends
: be
the principal speaker. _
,ONE FEAR #..00 SIX Offering another man's "
MONTHS :$2.50 THREE MONTHS $1.50 ,, girl .. W
""""" friend !ill< ..c drlnX In a Homestead Jefford Smith HeadUnited
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"T I UN Secretary Ueneral Dag bar Is the reason for the death of .' ;
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the, world Hammarskjold will visit the Bahamas James Edward ,Hill, says the.' police Home: :QwnersAssociation !
from ) spending five days at
racial and national antaglonismg when it accords to They are (searching for the
of race, color or creed, his human and legal'rights.every'malt'gaFdJea 'Ilatthg Andres Island where'' Axel W@n- killer. ,. .," .- :((i 't
one of the world wealthiest \
no man fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man men, has transformed _. .:... .: \,"'t
In the firm belief that all are ""v. _, _--- ..-'___..... .
back. men hurt aw long as anyone is b.eld parts of the Island and made It In a ten-round bout at Miami ."".'." ...
--- one of the places for tourists to Beach auditorium on Tuesday. "" A
night Jessie Bowdry won a TKO t T1b.SA .
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers see. ;
Association over Clarence, Hlnant. .
Member of the /
Associated Negro Press The Carvice Board on ;t' ,
; Wednesday recommended discharging I Metro should have 1538 men
I. YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK Charles Thomas one of on Its force for police and fire
our police officers for beating duty, thinks Safety Director

WHO IS TO BLAME FOR EDUCATION Leroy Dicks while he was under Thomas J. Kelly in a report to
arrest and handcuffed the County Commissioners.
'Former Governor Adlai Stevenson speaking at the City Manager E A. Evans must
ntiaf! t convention of the National School Boards Associa now consider the recoramenda- Governor- J. Llndsey AlmondJr. .

tion on 'Monday, blames ,the American people themselves lon of Virginia is fighting hardto

for(,', the" ills of public education in this country. Roy Wilkins, executive secre- maintain.schools. He segregation wants' in tuition public

tary of the NAACP, "does not and
SaysMr. grants repeal of compulsory
Stevenson : "If the community wants driver think much of the civil rights! school attendance laws.
education or bachelor cooking instead of Latin and mathe )

mattes f, ,..It-Will get it.' I

1 I" /,'And if the colleges give scholarships to boys with ANYBODY GOT A WHEELCHAIR?

coordinated bodies rather than with (coordinated minds, -'II'!' 1
what will a student value ?"

IJ".IMr., Stevenson .
said further that "students and their -

families are reluctant to borrow for education. They will r The first .otficiah, laeeUogrpt?

buy TV's, autos, washing machines, even travel on time the United Hone bWners"Assclation -

and credit, ibut not education for their children. Is it less was held",,rr.n.. !2at the,resi I-
necessary?" dence, of, Mrs.Julia; } Anbury ,2220;

4i NW jWthJt'. m ,: > ..
He thinks there is too much emphasis on "how to The 'charter was presented,

teach a child, rather that what to teach him." duly reread and 'und rstoo'd. ",
Officers '
elected as follows
. All of this should be digested by our educators Jefford Smith, president;' Mrs.
throughout the nation. Corinne Antonr :vice president;

P Mrs., Maggie., Anthony, secretary; J,
In our opinion it is very interesting. Mrs. India Wyche, assistant ,secretary "
I ,. ; (,Alfred .Balson, treasurer;'
'I \, Carlton Finley, business ,, .
'mana- '
K, ':
; II' EDUCATIONALLY SPEAKING ger;, James Walker* chaplain, ,:j. ,

Physics students at University of in The association was'organized, ' :' '
Miami hearing the "
results 1957. . .. ,,.
of their examinaion on Thursday went on ,a ram General 'nah/re' : '?and .)i tfjecf J':'of .

page.,According to reports, some were sad.and.phed tears. the, organlzatlbn' 'is, to. increase ,
'V "' and 't -I..JL.'" .' 'fr:' ) '"
v ; ::'' *i 'tonfmij ,,, .,.. \doeso
% ,.Q1"E\ .
Nearly 70 percent of the clas ,jai1Jd.1J".t'\I : i and'" +Ie"b't cc Uprj'na I,'.,

In' one section 23 out of 25'fluniced> ') trfend:1ness': 'hetwe e'n 'the memo
: j''1FIif ; ',1(iJ /J bars, and all|,,citizens:"'tof.Greater
They charged ,the faculty' with indifferent teaching Miami IQ the' betternient of 'this'comntuziity. "

The, .. HJgh' ,'. standard of
chairman of the physics department-'saYd it, was living among Its memberend! i
lack of preparation the part of the 'students.- people of the community In which

R It is.located.... ...-...___*_-
One group promises to protest and if no satisfaction EyPrXpne, : hhAAS} a sincerity

is given, the matter: will be taken up with Floridla', Senator to improve: the, qmJJIJ 5t.pgad

George Smathers, Rep. Dante Fascell, the Atomic Energy eralljr; *:is ..qjmUffor"membershlp. ; --thdd': e-glb'te:

Committee and the State Department of Education.So | .) 1."JIVOJ'
I.Carlson! Flpley. past)ireafdW

angry were some of the students they broke the *I Alma Fjnley' ; -4ct. Se/ill

glass of a bulletin board on which their marks
were post-
ed. Others: raced wildly around the in Per sbii&l Mentionj
campus cars. Coral r . '
Galbles.- police were called .,;' .
\ but no arrests were made. Betty Jean, Barkw of,, 105 -NIW
74tH it.; 'a recent
graduate. of
Atty, General Richard Booker T.' *_
Ervin has announced that he WashPngfoVltrgh" tHa"
will propose to the Legislature a parent option tuition now a freghmanat: ,, ;'Bethune-Cooi

plan for private schools to strengthen Florida's man College, retyrne'd ,to ',MJaraI ur
against integration. fight t.; Wednesday night., 9r.atp.w, daysl; <,.
stay during the semester ,
MlsA. nnkp.. _.. .._____'-,:-.breaks_ .. u v.
me plan would \'Y uue /uoert ureen, 60, ot ZYUI JNVV 45tn -- "D IIIV1iUJUvaOIPQD7
require a constitutional St., nas a classmate, Janice
amendment, .,
never .walked. HemtlertoC,
containing provision for free public schools. household falls Willie is married and the burden oi(; the Philadelphia, who, is: a' ,)house-,. tj-
i entirely upon Mrs. Green. guest 'of Miss a..Jtejoboth
Willie is ;
cheer- plan
Gov. Collins says he will oppose any constitutional ful sort who is not down in the mouth about his condition a to return Jo,, touhe ,Tuesday.,,'U.'I,f

change which would alter tjie basic guarantee of 'a uni- but now he's got a chartce to' go into business for himself. '"'

form system of free public' schools. : All he needs is a wheelchair,. get him from his home to YOU MEAN OIJt

The Governor also ,said he could. make no detailed J Farran the corner Studio of 45th has bought St, apd him 27th a ave shoe where shine John' Shaw of GIVE.UP,. 'J1'D JRAtPrt.1; t;' ;
comment stand ahd "
on any proposals for bolstering Florida laws him permission to set up: business beside his given -, Pensacola -:- ,Xsst. A UY. \den"J', ,:"

dealing with the integration problem. until he has received Now if any individual or organization really building. Ralph E. Odtfra ..declared' Monday.I. .,

the recommendations of the Fabislnski' race relations cO somebody who needs help-here wants to help that Faortdians might :as 'well' be-, ',::1
you are.-Photo come reconciled *
mittee: COur- to a, basic
tesy Johnson of :Miami. ( 'lJ
\ In
-c -1 their schools,
a : regafdlesa >f
', whether ..,(,
; \: they are Integrated "or

CIVIL RIGHTS; ,LAWS .. tegration order with' "massive, assistance" ..... remain segrated.' ,' v .< <.
from the fed Odum didn't layout a' tlrneI:
If President Eisenhower in eral government." table ,''
had his mind sending ad- : in a prepared" speech7'to' th* '" *
ditional Civil Rights laws for consideration at,the present' This counters 'Pensacola Rotary Club ,but ,he .J
the '
session of Congress his delay played :into the hands Lyn plan offered Democratic Leader said a show down '>was comings '..'
of the Mohnson. ,
Democratic- Party. ,' > soon and the 1959 Legislature .,
o ; would have to _grapple with'the
i t'" r '* 'WitlCtwo:
r s" other
Lyndon Johnson, majority leader .Jn 'the: Senate lost I Jacob Jl,;. Javits (R-NY Civil) and Rights the other Bills, one by Senator problem. : $1) "'

no time in presenting some legislation dealing with Civil Talmadge' of Georgia, there should be by Sen.. Herman Up trf now the "hared Assignment d
Rights. some interesting Law has l.i
.. sessi >njSM of Congress at an block to 11 ,
, j ; : early date., LOur race mixing in the schools
However Senator Paul Ky Hbpglai) >pctatjfrom he said, but the U. S. I fcuprertt (

Illinois backed byv: 14 other senators have I introduced a : Court! has Indicated rather plain- ,,'
Civil Rights Bill to ,back the Court's Classified t. y that such laws win .not.Jiold
up Supreme Columns i
h-pol.h1 Get UP
, #. .. ..It .. .. ; .<. ,i. Fast Results unless legally there In their admiaJ. Uda /
, "' is some Integration.
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I sAitmbAY.. ; :jfANt/ARY 3f;/Ji959 ,. :,,*J''PAGEI.S .
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11 >1J"g1t''rAlIAI'' ): win AMONG Ml'hilllHtS ,of the conIrmatlon '

Ibe at Norlhwestern's auclt) 'eb.. / class at the Church of
6/, Its ,tagged '"IComlcal Karak-: the' Incarnation Sunday will be
t 3 1 lers," It's got to ,ba good from converts Wit lam ."Capt. Dill"

what's told to us ". . Well, Il's" DeVeaux and Joseph Williams

; here. aalp De.ta Slgma'a ,Jab t, '. Capt./ Ilu-btirt Newton and
bps;\ypck., The Sigma chicks are family were given a bon voyage
going "International" this year party prior his appointment in
nd they will be looking for you Spain, He departed last week .
Feb 23 at DTW audit , It'. after two week leave here visiting *
Mardi Gras time, but at II o I y friends schools and relatives

: Redeemer Parish, Hall they are , Olivia Edwaids surprise
Str are featuring-a'-Mardi-' Drl Dance birthday party Is two weeks past

Monday, Feb. ,9. Dancing, cps-, nut the beautiful mink stole
fume, and fun ga'ore, Go out, hubble gave her will last along
with tho memories foi n .ong
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\" .M'AMI'8: Young Women's Pro, I ,V'I.,

. ,resslve Club's_ 4th anniversary
... -
"' rrcent
.t the Clulf \eb '. Alt'I'NUILDUNAlf, : :
dance at Jim am < I 20
.. ," , Is ;their first for '59, 1 baven'tftcelvt'd drug department (presctlptlQn+),
t to the family Dew Drof>'Sundry
')" I my bid a's' yet, but tho
In Coconut Grove Is another rid-
; I N girls aro good for a real gay out
\rU'l'K4.. fhR . . Ing . still vapce step for the OrovAs\ :
' -- -- -- " '-'- They are talking
Van Dunn "We in for
Pictured here ,are ,some of the Space Robert Randolph ..Charles.. Gray.. :Mrs. about the fine time had at the: the best for says the: Grove are," ,. That

Cadets, Squadron Captains, and Division Susan Harris Miss Blanche Calloway, Sportsmen front Par: last Club' Their at complimentary Day' group of female splendor ,t h ,a ;t

Commanders who are in the YMCA Mem- Rev. Alexander Allen Alexander W. is In for Feb. 26 enjoyed the Itoyale last wpvkf!

b&,r hip Campaign. : Miss :Mary P, Hill, Brooks, Elwyn Barnes, ,and Leroy Smith. Don't be late. , Valentine: Dayis end and rates special: mentioningwere
Howard La
: Mary Evelyn
something special for the MRS
Favor Lula Jackson, Eatho, | :Tegl: 1
Club ,
and their better half. It '
YMCA Launches Membership DriveShoots Jim Jam Club Feb.. 13 , The and Madle Roundtree : i 1.1 I

FAMU local alumni are planning

for their evening with Prexy I HTANLKV HWKKTING, fellow

For MoonAll George, Oore at BTW's adult Feu, poninnn of this sheet, was itab
' i Ml'la will: award $500 scholarship 14. .Invites are in the mail. bed Friday but It was ony

four roctceta' left launching to each state runner-up, 'by a surgeon's scnpel , her'
site, "GWC-Y" last Saturday eV- Winners are being chosen for Range has been ordered by
enlng at the Blast Off Dinner. 12,260 schools throughout the HURT OOOPKR, author of the doctor to tho confines of Jackson

.. I nation which enrolled 349,150 column, "People, Places an&JThings" Memorial: Hospital for ,completebed
We can still hear: the' BlastOff senior girls, the largest number celebrates his birthdaythis rest. It was much needed.
count down10 0 ,-r 8 of participants in the five-year Saturday He says ho is only Her outstanding work 'In 'the

7 -0 5,-,4 8 -.2 -OH r, r history of this $106,000 scholarship six years older than Jack Kenny community and at home has

locket "OWG -Oi' ,com program. Growth has been . Connie and Bennie Hanna been nerve wracking .. \' Pret-
.. manded by Dr., Edward J. Bray- 4 steady"-since 1956 when 187,46: exchange vows Feb, 22. nut the ty Darbara Ward and dhttrieg
non Jr.i"GWOYO2"., Mf girls In 8.040 schools partlclpat, name remains Hanna, only they Moss have their nupltal vow*
commanded will be Mr and Mrs. ', The net for Feb. 9 DTWI',Mlon
I by ed.The 1959 All-American Home Miami Deautlclans Unit No. 7 j Thespians' comedy' In 3.acts by
George Kllpatrick. maker of Tomorrow will be announced the girls who pretty up others Diana Thomas is 1 tagged "Ameri
"GWfcY'd3fl' 'commanded'b1. in Minneapolis April' 10 are featuring a Heautlclans"'Mar'- 'can PassportCurtain call Is
Oscar Range.'QWO at the American Table Dinner in dl Qras at Club 535 Feb. 23, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m.
', :Y'O"'" commanded by the Leamington hotels "Hall of .1.
Dr, Edwin 8, Shirley, Jr. States." ;. 'iIJl

are: nopr;:dangling' |'n space, eachattempting

,to cam enough: ,thrust Grand Jury 1,, '
miles to reach ;l\\fie,1rnoonAll ,
Continued frpm page
Individuate are 'inwlted ,tosecure. '
.. 'A membership r r Improvements to the jail Itself
Members 1* and has added three white and '
G. W. Carver Branch iColdye rt
_____. I to M
ship' Drive. n two Negro policemen the force
", ., Yvonne Simmons, 16, The report said the Jury had
... senior at Dooker T, Washington also received report of crueltyto

,' High .School,, wbo. recent: won prisoner at the jail:, but that s
'; the highly coveted title of: Detty "there l Is Insufficient evidence to
,} Bro1iV" .rd.. procker Homeroaker of Tomor conclusively,say that any prisoners -
: ,row of her school. have been mistreated" .
4.' '
County 1 The report said, however, that ;4 v l lI'
Daughter of ,Mr and Mrs. John
' ; 'hln M + ;
security measures at the jail All y4i t rfi'y
;: News Simmons fir., of 1520 NW 61st y
were "totally Inadequate . .
st. she Is native Miamian anda ..
/ a
1 doors from the cell ib'ock to the
J member ,ofMt. Zion Baptist
outside were kept propped ,
fort open
..) Church. Qofdye's teacher In this t.
l I The keys to the'celli were left
.,' '."- project is Mrs Naomi Espy, I
y. Walter ,B6w I hanging In an exposed position
In winhing t *t honor she' received where they could easily be ob
I the highest score In a 50- talned by anyone,"
It minute examination on homemaking "Perhaps the most serious
The1 Ci W. H. Chamber -of :tom' knowledge and attitudes tak
merle :will "meet' Monday, Fefo. 2 breach of'security was the employment
en by graduating senior girls. She for 'a few dollars a
at All 'members are asked will receive homemaking pin
'' a week of a man known to be an
to be' Dye s eet. manufactured by Josten's which "
l' b .' alcoholic, the jury said 1111 --G
'' represents the slogan, "Home Is was given authority to act as
iCkiiIldtle ot 81 i Pembroke .
Where the Heart Is. Her examination jailer: In addition to his general
Road,'" tlala! dale,,, will celebratehis paper will 'be entered In rlfialntenanee duties.,
c ibfrl hday, Jap.1 31 at, his competition with those of other
home,' '8\Ip.m.' untt1 Haippy blrtn- school winners In the state to i

day to l1r Butler., .? name the state Betty Crocker AT ,IJBCITY DRIVKIN NOWrIlkt !
t' '
Il _--..- "" 'Ii. -I- Homemaker Tomorrow

Thee suticiana- vest Hplly The tett Is designed and judgedby nt i- 11 f/.L
woodtttn'd'Hallandale are making Science Research Associates _

pana: for their( fashion show ,and Each state Homemaker of To yIn
dance ,on February! 9. 'Those ,who morrow will receive a $1,500
will'likd' 'to enter' the 'show will scholarship from Genera' Mills

please call. Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe, an educational trip April 410
of West Hollywood and Mrs. with her school adviser to Wash.

Fannie, ,WJIllamn. of- flallandale. Ington D. C., colonial Williams
) burg, Va., New York City and .
John A. Browning left Carver Minneapolis, and she will be a w

Ranches last week after 'spending candidate for the title of All- Fine l Whiskey.; . "
sometime with his family lie Is American Homemaker of Tomor
a native of Tennessee and ex row. The school of each state
pests .to:make another visit nextfall. winner will receive a set of the FLEISCHMANN'Sis .

.. Encyclopedia Brltannlca. Genera) .,

I RUPTURED the BIG buy I i.::/9"> ' I

> ".",
You can be FREE ,from TRUSS SLAVERY. New Non.8argleal. = (>"

Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TIME.
1.90 PROOF is why /:oh
'Taylor and AfaJfmy Awardu4nnr -
Pees Rectal DUe e., DR. LONG'S CLINIC Dorothy Malone\ form his CO : : Ht
Honing uam itJ M4-M't t"Tf tp'ontd UlVOO
A General Service f
Lead Jociey." a drama comblnl"fMfimt dt L'ENO 1 'D"WKiKRY PROOF |0XQ9AIN NEUTRAL SPIRITSCORPORATION. : (
Redn..J"g 21 8.W. 13th Av. II9t ., and tuihou with an wnuiuoj THE f EI> CHUANf( DI8TI LINO NEW YORK CITY'

4 romantic tuta. ,,', 'in CtnemaSeoptf. +Lne..ww.e ,. .. ''.MIwM1V+W' Y. , ,., e.. .. ..I: ..

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"We have gone too far to turn
REV. STEELE back now," Dr. Steele toM:'
YOUR capacity
THE'MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE CHECK audience at the main ralliy

6 SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1959 RECORD BALLOT, NAACP Church Tuesday at under' Cornerstone auspices -Baptist
of the
Have you checked your social SEEN AS BEST Brooklyn Baptist Evangelical
security account lately? H not, Union, Rev. R. Arthur Reed,
that what happened to' Steve Spl- AIDS FORINTEGRATION president.
Miami Times' Columnist. vis because he didn't check his
could happen to you uTIlE HOUR OF DECISION" "

Steve was an Itinerant Negro' YORK CITY (ANP)
NEW "This id an hour of decision for
worker with a large family. He Rev. C. K. Steele, president of America and the Negro must
didn't have a steady Job until of Talla- help
Gets Classic Citation Inter-Civic Council
1949. From that date he was admonished Negroes her to' make her decision. It 13
hassee, Fla.,
regularly employed by a manufacturing the not a Southerly fight, but the
to' vote and support
fight for the preservation of the
In February
concern. NAACP if they wish to' further
nation. What we do is
... 1954, Steve, then 66, was laid their stake in full American citi
.-.-.------ -- ---"'""" eyesight. around the :world..
off ibecause of failing zenship. He was heard in a series
PHIL OSSOFER When his employer (brought, him of addresses in Greater New "There can be no' coexistenceof
t In to' file his social security claimit York City during a week's visit DemDcracy'and segregation.
SAYS: looked like everything was In which ended in Newark, N. J. Americans can no( longer smile

------ ..- -.....--.- \ P r: < order quickly and receiving Steve benefits would for start The Rev. Steele is president of on their darker 'brothers abroad"
and vice and frown on them at home.
the Inter-Civic Council
himself and his family.
"Save OurSchools"
Thelmely. sponsored by But when Steve's wage record president of the Southern Chris- .
campaign was received, It showed no' wages tian Leadership Conference of
the Dade County Council on Com him for of the which Mr. Martin Luther King is
awakenthe credited to' any
should it
work done since 1949. His work leader. Eleven members of the
public to' the dangers of al Now is the time
before that was not enough to Inter lowing unenlightened leadership xP ::
.' give him an insured status and $11,000 bonds and $11,000 in I
control affairs. In !communtties
to' our
where such leadershiphas 4k /4 entitlement to benefits. Steve was I' fines, as a result of integration- to Register to Vote!

been in evidence, disorderhas in a bad way! Investigation revealed activities in Florida.
;,prevailed. The segregationist that all of 'Steve's wages I I
', ? /.4 had been credited to' another
Is always ready to close the
public: schools. He insists on cut Steve Spivis because Steve had DON'T LOSE YOUR LICENSETO
ting off his "knows" to' spite his given his employer an Incorrect
race. social security account number.It DRIVE
This dynamic campaign to' took several months to' locate
"Save Our Schools," launchedthis the other Steve Spivis and get Everybody Can Get And Everybody .Can Afford
past week, can and must suc ,_x<'"* _m-, _<,....._.......,.ro<<<",,................... their accounts properly credited. AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE AT
ceed. It will succeed only if civic Elliott J. Pleze, parade marshall During these months, Steve and
minded cltlezns of all creeds of Orange Blossom Classic his family were In a very ba d y SERVICE FIRST' INS AGENCY
and color arise as one. This campaign parade from 1947 through 1958, way despite the help of friends
is the vehicle in which we was presented a "certificate of and relatives. All of this delay
can all ride to' victory. This vehicle appreciation" by the Orange Blossom could have been avoided had 645 N.W. 36th St. 16650 N.W. 27th.,Avenue
is not segregated. It must Classic Committee duringthe Steve checked his account regu- PL 9-5284 :NA' 4-1811

not ibe segregated I None must recent meeting of the committee larly ao the error would have Six ,Months Policies Start a* Low as $12 ,Down ,
take a back seat! been found and corrected before .
he filed his claim.
>It is a golden opportunity for The presentation was made by Both Steve's insured status and
us to' work together in a com Dr. George W. Gore Jr., cDmmlt'j the amount of his monthly benefit
to' protect the heritage
mon cause,
tee chairman, and
depended his
upon earnings
of our ,public school system.
Florida A&M University, sp.on'sor record
Just as yours do.' You
Victory schools will enable working us to model' see our of of the nationally famous I ,Should check your acocout at No Admission at The . .
as a sports attraction The parade has least every three years to ,be sure
our democratic principles"The become an integral ipart of the It. Is correct If Steve had done '
but the harvest labourers Is truly are plentious few", I event and for the past several this, there would: have been nc BOOKER TERRACE
years, has attracted an estimated delay in the
payment of his
(Matt. 937.: ) Such is the situa-
throng of parade viewers numbering benefits.
tion in the vineyard of human
some 100,000 persons. ...Yes it LOUNGE
happened to' Steve-And COCKTAIL.
rights. We all wish to' receive a
portion of the harvest, but are Pieze's certificate reads: "Or it could happen/ / to you To make
we willing to' labor for it? Here ange Blossom Classic Certificate sure it dosen't, get a free wage
is our opportunity to' take the of :Appreciation, presented to' record request -postcard from 4200 ,Northwest 27th Ave.
ta'ents our Lord ,gave us, and to' Elliott J. Pleze, parade marshall! your nearest social security of
increase them in His work, that in recognition and appreciation flee enter your name, date of "This is the place where everyone goes for the bestin
when the time comes, He .will of his untiring efforts ad Invalu- birth, social security number and
say, "Well done, my good and able contribution in the. success address mall it and make entertainment iand dancing"
faithful servants." ful production of Orange Blossom sure Your wage account will be
Classic Parades, 1947-68." in order when you need It. HAPPY ROSE'S'' ,{

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OF COMMERCE Times newspaper staff and as
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ATLANTA Limited integration -
: >< Q><> of bus seating went forward Future GI's Can'

In Atlanta Wednesday with nc
Congress and The Courts racial clashes! 'reported. ". "

'- Police said there had been no ,
The I proponents of the filibuster reports of Incidents and bus rid Choose Arm Career rl
are having their way in Con era reported some Negroes were
gress an* the opponents have, to sitting In various sections of A_9

all Intents and purposes, been buses although the dominant pa.ttern United States Army Recruiting
vanquished The South' current, remained the old one of Sergeant Jim Davis announced
propaganda campaign to win ad Negroes seating from the will, provide the prospective enlistee
rear today plan instituted by
a new
herents to the who qualify with on ,I
South's way of can
forward and Whites from the l' .
the U, S. Army on Jan: 1 which r
thinking on the race problem, is front 'backward. the Job or school\ training In the
paying off in a big way. It takes will benefit the individual con. occupational career group of his
Atlanta urged by
Negroes were
sidering service whohas
military or
no prophet, nor son of a prophet greatest Interest. lie will subsequently
their leaders Tuesday night to
to forecast the future cf civil a ml Itary service obligation. be assigned to that type
sit where they please on city
This plan will'enable the individual
rights legislation in the current buses. of work without regard to branch
Congress. The votes and votingIn Dut the leaders cautioned them to choose an Army career of service. Under. this new plan
favor of continuing the fill- not to "Ret Involved In any Inci and vocational training In an with oc the Individual will be guaranteed -
buster as a powerful weapon to dent that could bring shame on cupational group consistent in writing, his choice of vocational
his desires and aptitudes.! Furthermore
beat back before he
any legislation that en
You're have
our race. got to
promises to relieve the .R41yr under this new "Choose' service." ,
Negro of lists lot
sense enough to a victory In
It- Yourself"
Training System,
his political disabilities, has been '
decisive. Bean Gordon B. Hancock stride without. irritating any the applicant for enlistment will Sergeant Davis stated that basic
body. have a greater number of job military training will of course,
As this writer has often said in areas from which to choose, and precede the specialized occupational
this column, Congress Is dominated ' nomlc and political disabilities. SOCIAL, SECURITY he will fce more likely to receive training. H e'' further advised
by the Southeners and these I Congress has definitely desertedthe 4103ft precisely the vocational traininghe that young men interested
can always count on ample sup Negro.On AMENDMENTSThe desires. Many vocational in an Army career, or those witha
port from the North and West 1968 amendments to the fie'ds will be available to select military service obligation, can
Senator Johnson's compromisebill the other hand the court of social security act make it pos from, including radar and TV re obtain all of the particulars con
which passed, is hardly more the land have held out the hand sible for several groups of 1 per* pair, electronics, drafting, metal corning this new Army plan at ..
than a gesture and he easily of hope to Negro Americans.. The sons in Dade County to become, working, automotive maintenance his office located at room 344 "
could have made no compromiseat battles over Integration and segregation eligible for social security pay and many others. PO Building or by phoning him
all 'So what the cause of race now raging were made ments who were heretofore 'ex- "This plan" continued Sergeant at FU 1-1505. '
relations got in the filibuster possible by the several rulings of eluded. This announcement was Davis", is called the Army Career I \ ,I.
tussle was more of a generosityon the Federal courts. The gradual' made today by Edward P. Dion- Group Enlistment Options, -, ,""I,'.,4
the mart of the pro-filibuster cracking here and there of the I ston, manager of the District or the 'Choose-Iit-Yourself Voca :
element in Congress than anything butressed Jim-crow walls has Social Security Office at Miami.Mr. tional Training System, and is a :
else. been caused //by the courts and Dion ston emphasized that tremendous forward step which UNITED FUND! .
not by congress. Only God knows the following persons should
When the Senate passed John* what would be the plight of Negroes get in touch with his office at

It son's showed filibuster what is compromise at the heart bill of the without land.Fortunately. the Federal courtsof out 234 about NE 79th their st.,status at once under to find the SokMlt NiUlltn Co.K.TC..Bkmtai Witty Vhgsnts.M Pnot,MX Onli.Nwtnt Spirit

America. What the Negro gets new Jaw.
from here in, must come from the judges are
other sources than* Congress appointive and not elective 1. Dependents of 'workers who
which, through the years, has hence the enhancement of the are 50 or over who are now get
been reluctant to fly Into the face Negro's hopes. But court powersare ting disability insurance bene r
of the wishes of the South. limited by the massive rests fits children under 18 or disabled
tance policies currently prevail ; a wife 62 or over; or n
Much is made of the fact in ing at the South; while the dependent husband 65 or over.
some quarters that our unfavorable South's propaganda program goes 2. Disabled people 50 or over
impression abroad will some on apace. who could not qualify for benefits -
how Influence our country to under the old law because
hurry with the. liberations of it There is an undercurrent of they did not have as much as
Negro citizens. It is sometimes sentiment to have the Supreme' one and one-halt:' years of work .'
wondered how -this country can Court's' 1954 decision reversed. in the three years before they
afford the dubious luxury of ram This reversal of the court' decisIon were disabled. A total of at least
pant race prejudice; 'but! this is a part of the picture of the five years work under social security .'\'/
country is determined to take the propagandacampaign.. Very out of the 10 years before
chance. shortly the South will be, if In. the disability started is still required 'f
deed it is not already strong .

The Negrophobe Pharaohs are enough to have Congress over 3, ,Dependent parents of a son
not willing to let the Negro go. ride the decisions of the courts. or daughter' who died 'Insured
They are still 1 willing to deal with The South's point of view 'Is dominant under social security after 1939
the plagues as they come. There l in the current Congress. and who could not qualify for
is one thing that is clearly'revealed ,
The fear of Russia with its benefits under the old law be-
by the current Congressional cause the son or daughter lefta
communism does not deter the
I ,
contest over the filibuster
of the United States widow, widower, or child
that that is, the other sectionsof I Congress 4. Adopted children whose! MIchcnleq
from taking sides in a controversy
the nation are not going to
adopting parent began receiving
that spells doom at last for
vote considerably against the
retirement or disability benefits
the our
wishes of the ,South, where the countryyhen
less than three years after adoption
can take time out in a time of
race Question Is concerned and .
crisis to head off legislation that
Negroes may as well make the For further Information con
the complete: lib
most of this ugly fact -' this tact the social security office at
eration of its Negro citizens, I -l _
dangerous fact. there is bitter food for' thought. 234 ,NE 79th st., Mlaml."NEED' : 4 rwir

With Russia out in front in

the space race and with ,our M
'. ---' --' 'MONEYf1st !
economy :endanged by' inflation
and with. a back-breaking indebtedness
? loan $1,000 pay $21.21 mo.
and 2nd mortgage
that may throw us Into -
bankruptcy at last, end witha Pay off all your bills IU500 pay $31.88 mo.

crime wave ,riding roughshod Get additional cash 12,000 pay $42.50 mo. ,

over our ,great, country the Ne- Get Rid, of Those Balloon Payments r 1
grophobes have charge of the ,
hour inspectionNo 9
current Congress FREE-24 ENSJOYi. bbY

Cost to You )
After all, the whites of the '
South who here and there standup Dade-Br'oward Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL % f/@ltyallee
to be counted for full Negro ANYTIME i. ::1. :

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the situation Certainly the Ne Miami: FR 7-4812 Hollywood: WA, 3.7071 : ?
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notO\\\Y\ M IW LONE .",jtb the Installation of of- THE MIAMI TIMES-'The! People Newspaper"

Ulcers vtor"Jtne. 1959-60 season, I
jDNiDhI4II' Saturday Jan. 17* The scene of
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all Iota: In" .the Miami area. ClassesFlorida contact other prospective student
I rP CIaSt Jotas ,shownfSfbove! } in attendance to assure enough members for a
when the following officers were A and M University class.
1 Installed: Extension, Miami Center, is an (
pouncing the orgalzation date for For further information con

.4 ,. /Dana D. Chapman, president; the second semester. Saturday tact Mrs. C. M. Pearsall, Dunbar
Janle, H Reeves, first vice president morning, Feb. 7 beginning at 9 Elementary School, who is the
SUNDAY* AND MONDAY ; Ann Smith, second vice o'clock All Individuals interested supervisor of the Miami Exten

.;,.\,\,.'.. t t: ., ..iI.. ... president; Voshtl Coleman, financial in registering for classes are requested , sion Center or make inquiries of
Mr. Norwood
on Saturday morn
secretary; Irma Anderson meet in the cafeteria
itj u recording secretary; Edith of Booker T. Washington High. inc, Feb. 7.
te Una
Washington, corresponding, sec School.

: psfasist. retary Linn Carey, treasurer; Courses will be organized, rer"istration ,
\\mm\m} \ Cynthia Bethel, parliamentarian; for same completed and NOTICE -
IrrtmedF Zelma Black dean of
pledgees; ,
all fees paid on Saturday morn Beginning Saturday, Jan. 31,
Winifred Cox, journalist; Lucre. ing Feb." 7. Mr. Norwood, director the office'' of the James E. Scott
tla Eve, chaplain; and Frances of the Extension program, Community Association will be
Jackson, Sgt at arms. and a representative from the, closed all day on Satur a)..
After the installation services
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Greene, 'Re,,. Steele Chair. NAACP's Plea lo-' , I year's delay which from granted last' SeptemberIn MSU a

Admit Negroes admitting Negroes.HARLEM .

T Fla. NAACP Membership DrIueI This"ftt-i ...Spring' \

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Branches Asked to :students to Memphis,,State SWEET SHOPA
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1959 turned down in federal court COLD CUTS COSMETICS
Olden Anniversary Chairman last week.:
;' for Florida's 1959 NAACP 208 N.W. 10th Street
Drive will be the Rt Rev. Sher are primarily Intended to secure Judge Marlon S. Boyd ruled
t that the case should take' its regular -
bishop surrender of free Berlin
man L. Greene, presiding A CAL the
over the AME churches In Florida DAR Of -cOo- course through the courts
and the senior bishop of the Last year, reports the Tax following MSU' President J M.Smith'a ASTHMATICSWant
testimony that investigation
national body and the Rev. C. K. Foundation, U. S.. governmentsof an
showed that the stu
Steele, drnamlc leader of the Tallahassee all kinds spent at the rate of simple, effective relief
enrolled in
bus protest and a prominent about $60 million a day. Total dents are presently from choking, racking bronchial
Baptist in the State of 111011 spending for the year was about accredited colleges. This was torefute' asthma spasm? Got genu

Florida. I $131 billion, a new high, and an the NAACP contentionthat the Breatheasy see what yon
increase of $7 billion over 1957. they are being done irreparable have been missing.. There's no
Invited to serve as cochairmanare damage in being denied admission
o-Oo- Breath-
substitute for original
the Rev. S. A. Cousin, Miami; to MSN for the coming
N. G. Staggers, Orlando; E, C. In an editorial entitled "Powerof There la speculation in Wash term. easy inhalant and nebulizing set
t' Tillman, Daytona Beach and J. T. a Minority" the Portland Oregonian ington over the possibility of Get comfort by breathing. Guar
McMillan, Daytona Beach; Mrs. says: "The strike .of the bringing about a realignment of The NAACP motion asked for anteed.J .
Betty Wlmblsh, St. Petersburg' ; 4,400-memfoer deliverers union the two ,political parties into liberal a temporary injunction against & J DRUG DEPT STORE
F. A. Curington Daytona shut down New York City's nine and conservative
Mrs groups. .J T u Ti.. ,_ .-!. : '
Beach; Mrs. Florence Nelson, major newspapers for 19 days. One report says this might hap
West Palm Beach; Mr. John H. It threw out of work 15,000 non pen more rapidly than is generally FOR BETTER-PICTURES . SeeJohnson

Goodson, Jacksonville; Mr. C. J. striking newspaper workers !believed likely. Both parties -. .... t yDinners
Davalt, Pensacola; Dr. Gilbert L. some of whose unions had accepted now contain high elected officials
Porter, Tallahassee; and Dr wage offers in the same pat who have virtually nothing of Miami \

Fredd Alsop, St. Petersburg. tern as that rejected by the de in common.' ," i .
liverers. It cost the .
The announcement was issued newspaper -009- Parties -
Weddings Passport
by Rev. A. Leon Lowry, state an estimated 25 million dollars. ,
hurt retail trade In In 1957, average family income ""- ..
It seriously ,
president of the NAACP a in this Home Movies \
country was 5000.
New York In the Christmas sea ,
prominent Tampa minister and :
About one-tenth of 444
Robert W. Saunders, NAACP son and caused great inconvenience lion families had incomes of Baby' Pictures A Specialty ':
to shoppers. It left a numb- .
Field Secretary, Monday.Rev. .
Ing void in the people's right to $10,000 or more, while two-fifths 409 N.W.17th Street ':
FR 72294"fc
In the
Lowry stated that the know what Is occurring In local, $5,000 $10,000 ',

goal of the 1959 drive is for 25- national and world affairs, and -oOo"= ..........."' .....,.......... ""- ->.....1...-",T.I..-....-....- .-*f.- ....'"........,.__ ... ......................... ,., ..... ..... ....... ,, :a
000 members. Expected to produce was stifling to their cultural and Wheeler "McMlllen of Farm
the bulk of the membershipsare social life" Journal writes: "The pitchfork, 'i

the Dade County (Miami -ouoIq scoop shovel and bushel basketare '
I '
Liberty City, Perrine, Homestead ,, 1957, American Telephoneand giving way in the Ibarn to -bpPOitmNITt. AWAITS: YOU .
), Tampa and Jacksonville automatic devices. The barn itself ',. J tgtE'
Telegraph reports, phone ,
Branches. Other branches expected conversations totaled 460 for has to change, too. lmost no THfc 'SoUTH'S'LEADING' COLORED
to raise more that a third of farmer would think now of using ,
every (person in the country, as I -* PSYCHIC READER ..
the goal St. the types of field machinerythat
are Petersburg, Sara- against 426 in the previous year. .i 7
sota, Winter were the and, best in
Haven, Orange newest
Alaskans: did the most talking,
County, Daytona Beach, West with an average of 581 calls per 1920j yet many struggle along:
Palm. Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, capita./ with /barns and sheds that were '

Tallahassee and Pensacola. -oOo.....<. built In 1900 or earlier. It will
"Smaller branches will conduct be cheaper to tear down some 'of
drives with no special maximum Standard Oil; of New Jersey anticipates these old structures and start
goals. However, a minimum of that this year's oil demand anew than to remodel. I look fora
not less than 100 members is will ,be five per cent above spurt toward more efficient
expected to come from each in the 1958 level, due to a continued farm work ,buildings; estimates .
1959," Rev. Lowry stated. rise In business activity, and indicate that 50 'percent to 85
that free world demand will Increase per cent of them are o.boolete.'t
The campaign will begin with
eight cent. The i
the opening of the February 12th iper comp
any has (budgeted about a billion i;
regional meeting in Tampa and
dollars for capital '
will continue throughout 1959.
Youth division chairman Is Alvin during 1959.-oOoU. LOTS FOR" SALE: : it
Bryant, Fla.:' A&M Univer
sity. S. population is now above Easy Terms
175,500,000, according to the Build on your lot '
Census Bureau 24,500,000 or mine '4 J
ELGIN BAYLOR'SSTAND greater than in 1950. Females:' We take care of financingNO et my years'of Experience guide and protect yon through

are slightly in the majority with jj I Life as A Lighthouse guides the ship in a storm
50.5 'percent of the total. There MONEY DOWN
APPLAUDEDNew are some 15 million ,people who Cash : WHEN onrmis FAIL YOU SEE ME
paid lots
your or
have reached or passed 65.
home For Success in Business And Love
York -000-
Writing from Berlin CONSULT HER I
Lakers' basketball ace Elgin Joseph
Money loaned
Baylor this week received a tele Alsop says: "What the Kremlinwant's on your You can now, have your home made happy ,
gram of praise from the NAACP is this city. Nikita Khrus.chev's Home or Lot ,4,!e Get and Hold the position you so long wantedDon't ';
... for sitting out a game In Charleston threats to Berlin are imost ,
t,9 Stay in the ,rut, get out now
W. Va., Friday."Congratulations emphatically not primarily intended Baron JE 8.1340
1 \9\
on your hero to force the West to recognize BY' the help of God she can help you

ic stand against racial bias," read the .East German government Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
the or to promote German
; ,, message signed by the assoc trouble' "
iation's confederation, or to produce another r I
youth secretary Herbert
Wright. "Your action was one of summit conference. They Drive Carefully! It will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium! First

$ courage," Mr. Wright continued. Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can

"We trust that It will serve asa be touched by this strange mysterious power
standard for all other
athletes' to follow," the telegram Negro "Refected Automobile "Irisurmie WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
concluded. same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israelof

Baylor, 23, a former All-Amer If other old Is still alive today and will open a way for yon through
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we can place
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Ed Fleming and Boo Ellis, were this type of business, so phone,us if you can't place it.
denied Do you doubt the existence of things yon cannot see
at a
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Charleston, Friday What do yon think: of the invisible waves and sounds that

The Lakers lost the National CHARLES J. PISTORINO, Agent make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?

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Quarterly Conference THE MIAMI TIMES' -'The Peoples Newspaper",

tamer' Asst. Secretary I PAGE 11 .
Reports $7,620.66The SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1959

f Labor Buried at first Mt. Hermon quarterly AME conferenceheld Churchof ACCIDENT WON'T CLASSIC DATE

Ft. Lauderdale, Jan. 11,
-- ---- - showed improvement and an In ALTER CAMPY'SPLANS BACK TO FIRST I

Sends Messages Mitchell expressed their regret crease in money raised for the '
[Ike over Wilkins' death. Secretary three months of the quarter, SAT.. IN DEC.
Mitchell named Newell Brown, $7,620.66. The church is spiritually \,
N.Y. ANP, ) -
CHICAGO (ANP) Fun Douglaston, -
held assistant secretary of Labor, as alive and the members are I Campanella former Dodger The 27th annual
[ eral services were Fridayfor Roy Tallahassee -
in one accord and falling in line
his personal to'
representative attend *
J. Ernest Wilkins at St. Mark catcher, last week was Involvedin Orange Blossom' Classic football
go forward under the leadership
the funeral.
Methodist Episcopal Church his second auto accident In game will be played on Saturday
of Rev. F. E.
our pastor,
with the Rev. Damon P. Young, Sneed and less than a year, but came out evening, Dec 5 In Miami's spacIous
our presiding Elder and determined .togo and famed Orange Bowl
pastor, officiating. Bishop M. W. of It unhurt
Rev. F. A. Allen We In
are now
Clair Jr, of St. Louis deliveredthe GOLDBy ahead with plans to attend Stadium, according to an announcement
the of ( Great
process building a
eulogy. The Invocation was the Dodgers spring training camp by A. S. Gaither, athletic
er New Mt. Hermon and all
Dr. S. P. Jenkins, superintendent I in Florida next month director and head football
by William Henry Huff for ANPAll eyes are turned In that direction. University.
Chicago District of the coach at Florida
During the quarterly conferencethe Campanella was in a car driven -
conference, and the the thistles thorns The university sponsors
Lexington and
amount of $350.19 was raised by his chauffeur, Leroy New famous event.
scripture was read by Dr. Frank heartaches the P. E. preached two soul some, when an air compressor
Countryman, Supt. Southern That beset these paths of ours; stirring sermons. One memberwas trailer broke loose from a truck For the past two years the
district, Rock River conference. All the troubles here that man taken Into the fold. I cannot which was towing It and swiped "classic" has been played on the
He was Interred In Lincoln makes; close this report without thankIng their car. The Campanella car second Saturday night In Decem

cemetery.. All; the woe that comes In Bishop S. L. Green, prelateof also hit a utility pole In tryingto ber. Annually some 4,000 persons

Wilkins, former assistant Sec showers; the llth Episcopal District for dodge the compressor.Campanell' view the contest.
and memberof All the loss of friends and friendships sending us these two great men
Labor a
retary of said he was strapped During the past several years
as our leaders for another: 12
the Civil Rights Commissionwas to his seat and there foredidn't the national Negro football
found dead Monday In his That is daily taking place; months; With them we feel safe.
full of the
get has been decided
All the mean sarcastic quips By this time another year we championship
home In Washington, D. C. Death collision, However, his mother in' the tilt. In 1955 GrembllngCollege
heart attack. Making life a mere disgraceIs !would like to 'be in our new
was attributed to a In-law McNelly and defeated A&M to' gain
under treat that cruel monster old church If Its the Lord's will under passenger ,
He reportedly was another James Williamson
national honors. The following
Known lust for
as filthy gold the leadership of our great
ment for a heart condition. were taken to hospitals the
year Tennessee A&I edged
I pastor, Rev. F. E. Sneed. The loyal1
CHICAGO .LAWYER 85 YEARS Ah, the monster stripped the I members and friends of our for treatment. Rattlers to win the mythical
"It It wasn't for that belt I the
crown and the following year
altar church Is to come off the second
The prominent lawyer was last Of what sacredness It had, !' Sunday in March. While quite a might have been a goner, Cam-Iwasn't Jake Galther-coached orange and
recalled "Thank God
seen by the family maid, Geneva Caused that tenderness to falter few have pledged to pay $100 We panella That green-clad gridders downed
able to was
Harris, about three p.m. Fridayas Everyone is money mad! would be very glad to have you. move. Maryland State, and in 1968
{ the only thing that saved me. Prairie the Florida
she left for the weekend. Due Back of every separationOf : View topped
in Tulsa, Okla. for a speaking en a good man and his wife We thank you for your coop Ironically, the accident similarto occur 11.

gagement, Wilkins was. packing Is some sort of gold relation ation. The church Is located at red the under first circumstances Last Jan 28 Cam.1
711 NW 4th st.
when she left. Keeping "live the scar of strife
Louise Dixon, reporter panella was returlng home froma who played: for Ponce. Brandt
His body was discovered near Lust for It makes one so cold York
Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor television show in New batted ,349 to finish second
the suitcases. Foul play was not Oft I wish there were no gold.: City when he was Injured. Last I Wagner .317 and finished fourth;

Indicated. Something New Added To week he was on his way home Vic' Power of the Cleveland Indians .
MADE HISTORY Negro Population' in from a recording session at a captured third place witha
f The Neighborhood New York radio station, wherehe ,339 average.

Wilkins, a Chicago attorneyfor North TopsConfederacy's Building' conduct a sports program,

35 years, made history by be Total Body' \ GymIN when the accident occurred'

coming the first Negro to attend
OPA LOCKA However Campanella, who has

a 1956.President's A high cabinet Methodist meeting churchman In WASHINGTON (ANP) A Boys, stop and take a look at been, employed by the Los An' J. B. SMITH
census report this week Indicated the atiMxIng Mr. Zeak. lie will geles Dodgers as a special coach
he elected president of
that in 1950 there were more and to said the recent mishap will not ELECTRICSERVICE -
wflT Rive strength power
the Judicial council of the Meth
Negroes In the North than there he interfere with his plans to at
the weak and guarantee you
odist church, the highest la'lIllanposition
were In all the
Conferedate will put flesh on that skinny tend spring training with the
In the church. states at the time of the Civil structure of yourn. So visit Dodgers. "I still intend to go

1KB MITCHELL, HANNAH War. Zeak's Home 0)11t003 NW152nd ', down to Florida as I originallysaid Electrical Contractor

SEND MESSAGE St. yak will be remembered I would," he declared HOUSEWIRING
The figures say there were Zeak". for his It was also hinted to Campy
He also served as chairman oi 8,700,000 Negroes in the Southin as at"Super body building and that perhaps car travel might not "Don't cuss! Call us" .
the Committee on Government 1950, almost two and a halftimes prowess which he Introduced be so safe for him, but shrugged
Contracts in 1953 and was a i, the number In the slaveholding : weight lifting, competitive off the bad luck, Baying, "I PHONE NE 5-3058
at Nassau on a
member of the President's Commission states In 1860. But scale. peak was also one of guess I'll keep on riding in Night or Day
there were 4,800,000 Negroes "
on Employment Policy. them.
of St. Agnes track
Top Washington officials the North during that same per the stalwarts
and field team. Boys see Zonk
headed by President Eisenhower iod. the Body Builder and you maybe CEPEDA TOPS -N..N..M..NNM.MSTOP
and Secretary of Labor James the first Mr. Miami by public
opinion In the very near future.
Advertise It Pays! LEAGUESAN

Beautiful HomeOn Let me help you solve

Large Lot JUAN, Puerto Rico your problems See me and
(ANP) Orlando Cepeda, re
Year lot can be a paymenton MIDWAY cently named the National be convinced you cnn be

League's "Rookie of the Year" helped. Come, write, or
this 4-bedroom new for his performance with the phone sTevenson 7-0275.

1581 'iN.W. 56th St. DRUG STORE San Francisco Giants last season
Rican Winter
won the Puerto Lee Publishing Co.
Open 3-& 'p.m. League batting champion with a
2206 N.W. 62nd Street sizzling average of .362. 043 N. 17 Street
Baron JE 8.1340 week
Averages announces
CONSUMERS) I Philadelphia 00, Pa.
( also showed two other Giants

ACCURATELY players finishing Jack close Brandt behind ".....................................,." ....
FILLED Cepeda. They were ,
PRESCRIPTIONS who played on the Santurce team
Drive Carefully
Combs'luncheoneffe; Trusses Surgical Belts Elastic Stockings 1 with Cepeda, and Leon Wagner,



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x x: itriiiiiF 1. Lonely Teardrop "........ '............ Jackie Wilson Offering
3. No Regrets .................... ............... Jimmy Barnes 20 Year Payment Life sit Educational Endowment
4. Teardrops on Your Letter Endowment at Age 65 at Age 18

5. I Cried A Tear ............................ laVern Baker Paid-up Life & 20 Payment: Life
You Most of All ........................ Sam Cooke
6. Love Endowment et Age 64 Iff Year Endowment
Lover's Question . ................ ;.Clyde McPhatter

9.8. Try Me .....................................,...... James Brown Juvenile Estate Builder Whole fife -
Gets in Your.Eyes .................. ... Platters Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment: Life
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1 1 ,1I'I S Tnte ..RencAcy \ IItgp:iff>&Jr.
i I \ of.'14latnf.&nd' recently 'brJNr- I
CARDSMEMORIALS., Richardson) . !" r $' l Vadied: ; :taat iI'4'lday.A tN
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.- Admitted- .to'aekson' Memorial' : =- -/
Hospital, 'pit 31 hours,.'before' her, "{ 1lig formerly pastoted
CARD OF THANKSMrs. IN MEMORIAM death, Mrs Alvena. Matthews,, '41j. Y yM ,, at'-the old Mt- Carmel Baptist
of I1631 TAW 6th ct, ,died I iatt, 4,i Church, which was located at
Julia Dean wishes to in, sad' but )losing: retnoryof. p.m. Jan. 19 after toeing strickj ld2H' NW 5th ave., where the

thank her many friends who our' dear, mother' : ,,\ ; enearly Sunday morning.IftjJTfce ., f present' St. Matthew's AME Zion
were so kind to her during her MRS. CORA C. CpKERwho r victim of.. pneumonia, Mrs. Church Is located. .. Jl'ev: Higgs remained
recent !lllnesa, and for their departed thIs' dle' Jan. 21, Matthews had complained abo\.tt1\ at that church for more

prayers and visits. Special 1958 I' 'f' "' ,** ." a?*<'* vere pain In her* thanks to the ushers and deaconess Sleep on, .mother,, :sleep l ,'on. r wall admitted a patient ,at 9 p ta. ; '
boards of Temple Baptist Sleep pn andtake. yourrest;\ <, Sufiday, 'r ' /r < -',).l", He ,left Miami in the early'add 4 3,>

Church, the manager, Miss, Catherine We love you, but God loves you Mrs.. Matthews had resided went to' Tampa; was trans,
and fellow workers at the (best. (erred 'Itf Key West, then to Pensacola1 -:,.
Riverside Laundry for beautiful Mrs. Laura Dell, daughterMrs. 1.1'' Wherd he pastored another: .

flowers, etc. May the Lord bless Mo.He: Jackson, Dght IN MEMORIAMIn lherfor' church' 'fot'"a, number 'of' years with,..
after becoming affiliated
all of you. Mr. James Colson, son
'the AME ZYdn Church. From' Penacola -
Mr. John Colson
Mrs. Julia Dean son
sad but loving memory ot, ''fh9'past 35 years. "' he was transferred 't.o'
our dear daughter and sister, Norfolk, where he became presiding
Funeral held last
:ervices were
CARD OF THANKSThe elder of the Norfolk dis-
IN MEMORIAMIn ... Saturday .(tp 2 p.m. from Friend .
ship Baptist Church with Rev. C, trict of the AMEZ Church.

family JOHN of DARLING the late, sad but loving memory of J, Burney. :Jellvering the eulogy. Rev. Hlggs is survived by his

I ._. ,_. wife. Toni, two nieces, Jerelen
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wishes to express thanks to their Mrs. Matthews U survived by
many friends for kind consideration her patent; Mr and Mrs. Bosie and Vernell Reaves and several

during their hour of ,be; ,. Brown, a husband, a daughter, other relatives
reavement, by sending flowers, k Gloria; a grandsou; an uncle; 3 Funeral services for Rev.! Higga
cards, telegrams, use of their nieces; 3"nephews and other were held on Thursday In Norfolk
cars, etc. Special thanks to the r relative '' '' ,. .1 .,' .
Bethe Baptist Church of Rich k J
mond Heights, and to the Bain's ,Interment took place In Lincoln Persons desiring to send condolences
Funeral Home and staff for their I MemorialPark Cemetery with in the death of Rev "

sympathetic and courteous ser I'Hi chard.son', .. Mortuary.; .officiating; Higgs may address them to'his .

vice. I Now, wife, Mrs. C. C. Hlggs 2036:
Mrs.. Geneva Darling, wife Rettbet' Taylor'' Jr.:, 1339 Universal Drive,, Norfolk, Va.
L 4th""ave.i: died Jan". 21'.''Funeraltentatively
for '
a rr"ngOOtnta set

CARD OF THANKSThe Monday* Jan. 26, at 2 ,p.nj, n:>tn Benjamin, Bethel .
the Mt.Bon! 13a tlst' .1 Died ,1
family of the late, | vsiM i int,> r 711. Monday
| IN' iMEMbRIAl M Benjamin E. Bethel familiarly
wishes to thank each and every.
known, as "B. E." of 1553 NW"
'one who was so kind to us dur 1.I
I In sad but of ct.
loving died
ing our bereavement, by send. memory lstt on Monday night. "
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...d a1Igbandr.
rty ts.r -.1 I'
ing flowers, cards, telegrams, etc.
r MR. E.DWARD.R1LEYwho : A resident of Miami for 48 '
Special thanks to Christ Episoc- 'I de arteythls''life1, Jan. 16, years. 'Mr. Bethel and his wife,
pal Church for consolation, and '
1658. the late Caroline Bethel, operated .
to the Bain's Funeral Home for : ?/ ,/u tl uf
a. grpcery ,and fish market on'the,1cprner
courteous service. '" }f""sus lead tae' way, ,,ii.fU, <> ,ot' 16th St. and let
Richard Williams, husband THEOPHILUS CALVIN ... I T-brouK gun life-longi dart;' ./ aAp4idt ct Jer' many years. .
ADDERLY SR wUh..L,faithful 'ffootatepdsteady
who departed this life Feb. 3, JOSEPHINE JOHNSONwho ;,- , v. *U"JI.A'". < ;They were old and active'memo
CARD OF THANKS departed this life January.
1952. : /IWe will follow ever ready.uiatTOtf bers of Greater Bethe 1 AMK
31, 1943. ... ,'J.. .
'* Church where
funeral services
The saints of God Their wan by' tny-nattd,
The family of the late derings done, Gone, but not forgotten. I To our father.landOfd8e."TbOII1 will be he'd' Saturday at 3 p.m. .
MRS. ELLA V. FIELDS "Sunset and evening star, :. T"., ... '
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No more they faint, no more they :! : "
who passed an 13 in Bartow, Fla ,And one clear call for me, _, If, thOtt Tus"Chfough 'roijghplace The body will lie In state at
wishes to thank the many friendsfor fall, And 'may there be no moaning at the.chapel;of ,Bethel Williams '
O happy, Saint! Forever blestIn : j;t si* Tf"'f ;) s*: '
the bar Funpral Home from ,
cards, telegrams, flowers and ." Grant"its'thy fcustatnlnggracs8 2 pm. Friday \
that dear home have sweet When I put out to sea,'' to 8 a.m. '
other expressions of sympathy When ufAOorie\ Jifrtef. fj Saturday, and from 9 >
rest :
during our recent bereavement. your Mrs. Louise Johnson, mother ,Ope'rf "lte even'a door;* a.m. until funeral time at Bethel
The Family: Mrs. Thelma McDonald Sis.: AME.. Church.
May God bless you all. , Mrs. Rowenav-RUey,;wlf eFrankmorlsrer ,

Mrs. Edna Culmer, sister stepson ........................................ "..- ., i
and Family IN MEMORIAMIn Miss Margaret Riley, slater
IN MEMORIAMIn I Mr/ &+7 c'- JV" -la': GIVE. GIVE TO THE .

IN MEMORIAM memory of our dear brother loving' memory of our dear rI UNITED' FUND! !f ,

In sad but loving memory of father and grandfather, mother, D..i> i 4'Ca' i efully l ................H N....H H..u. ...

our husband son and brother, !b, ;t l< -r,.."" '''.,.t.._.., .. ,,'
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30, 1954. \ REDUCED TO $16,
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." The family w .bo, t 1368 N.W. 56th STREET' .M,!'"'> : ,t,

IN MEMORIAMIn "TWO HOMES FOR, .PRICE, OF ONE .-. : urn 'v. ;' *.

loving of darlIng *" LIVE 'RENT .," '
memory our YOU CAN FREE! , ? I ;
husband, son and brother, f

Owner has been, asking,.$17,500-now available at .. ....
t' bargAin-price:; of $15,500- DefiniteIy'af sile'at' this ,. t, ;;.t" ,

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; eJ MORRIS A. ROMER who 1949.departed from us on. Feb. 3, ,ALONZA FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME '. ,

who departed this life Jan. 31, Sleep on mother dear, we all JDlp&theUcad Economical Senrieee .

19 5 8. love you, /(but God loves you best AlonzA Francis, Director and, Embalmer I

Sleep on, dear one and take your ,.gjpr, J, M., Smith and Ifrs. Er.lyn Bogcs Evans '
rest, we loved you but Jesus loves .Mrs. Zillle Jones, daughterMrs. I'
Business Associates
ypu best. Ella Hobbs, daughter
E1 Ho leaves to mourn: 2 daugh- Mr. Edward Daniels, son Mr& EUxabeth, 'E py .Johnson, Doslneas Manager '.* ,. ., ,. .

ters; 1 brother; 2 sisters; 7 4 Grand Daughters 'f-j ,Spacioos, Modern, Chapel and ''Sloniber Room' r ". t '
grandchildren.Mrs. 6 Great Grand Children -
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life 26 "A Living Service For The, Living"Range j 1
departed this Jan. .. Af
r 1968. Gone, but not forgotten.
Funeral Home
Though life goes on tor us, it '
will never, never be as happy 'B. Saon .Fulllra Home
It when
and enjoyable as
"*you' were with us. The love and (Cstebtlshtd 1928)Courteous .
;\/ ,
'understanding you and shall PHONES: .OX 1.0131PL OX;1-4343 "
wltblso many tV bIgnlfied P.r&n4 Serrlco
alwl ys remain In our hearts as I 40 t :.
ammo' ment of our devotion to LIcsnsed"Embalmer Funeral Director
Oscar Range,
you ; Funerals Within Range of Each Budget

'Mrs Clara Ferguson, wife 6727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami FIdridiOur .. .
Ref c.;' P. Ferguson, father .. I .
George erguson brother :

Sam Arnold F; rguspn OD'I brother, brother ,:1 315JJ.W.. KBA Street Y '.. Ph. FR 3-1440: P. ', ,

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Fashion Tea... ';/: *, ,t: I SATURDAY, JANl/ARY 31, '1959 ",, '.:',. ,' PAGE 13,

ifci :' : \ :
4 A pre E1.sie.f FasTiTon 'Tt. ; has ca.- '

rM been planned by the Daughter '.' *" 'pltalvon Jan?':. 26r She is survived"-
Elks'*of Greater Miami Temple, . !toy her daughter,. Mrs. Annie, M.

76 IBPOE Sunday Feb 8 from, Mrs. Willie itfae D 5 nlels\1'of -Redding; foutf stepsons. and a
'4 to 6 at the 635 grandchild Funeral services 'were
p.m. Club corner -' "
;1445 NW 2nd'ave died In JacVfeftn
3rd ave. and 6th >st, A wont, ', Bh teuton conducted*on.,Jan. 29, 1
Hospital 'Jan! 2 S. '
derful entertainment is ,being at First Baptist Church with the
prepared for your enjoyment" vived by a daughter. Mrs,tJosle Rev.'* E.- lr Drown officiating..

Watch your next edition of the Bell Howard of'Akron'Ohlo'i 5 six Burial i In Lincoln.
brothers and four sisters. Chapel
Miami Times for I
a more detaq.'ed
-" services were conducted on Jan
report on this pre'Ea
...-'. /. ', t Fashion Tea. 28. Burial was in Evergreen, r r,

I Wanted PART",OR FULOXIME( ._.t___ ,' "
. ..- Crystal'Daniets month old
LIVE-IN NURSE maids or* gfen WORK, ,FOR ..AljDEDManufacturer ,Mardi Gras Time ,at,. daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs. Cotta
I. '' i Daniels of' 2304 NW 67th et ,
eral] domestic workers ,Cook $50 ,1NCQMZ Holy Redeemer"Why :
}i died in her'' sleep on Jan 23. SheIs
i h
Come eary} tn'JnQrping w t '"
: survived by her parents; a
clothes' and uniform..,,n We. ;will, irants.ste3abl] $} Don't You Come to The brother; several aunta and uncles.
pay $2.00. transportation cost to I man) T' woo an for 'tbli'area to Mardi Gras?" A musical' tune, a Chapel services 'W8r conducted

any hostess bringing ua: liveIngtrJ ,handft' .'> nationally :jxdvertteedtube Question or even a command\ that on Jan. 27. Burial was at Lincoln,
we place. ,Mrs. Mapr : : .(sdch'asRCA, Bg/JEf; : you will; be hearing around Mi Cemetery t ,

RELIABLE SERVICEJE SYL'VaANJ'A,>> .ART1tM ami quite often Everyone is talkIng ... .

8-8787 432 Espanola .world famous tubes, "are soJ4 about It The reason The Charlie S. Outlaw, '3 month ,
Miami Beach through our modern self'service Women's Union of Holy Redeemer od: son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam

type merchandisinginlt.. Catholic Church will sponsor Outlaw of 2260 NW 153rd St.,
FOR SALE Earnings should net from $200 its first Annual Mardi Gras danceon died at Valrety Children's Hospital
to $5 00 per month. :Ww not Interfere Monday night
: Feb. 9, at the on Jan. 23. He is survived
with your present employment Parish Hall, of the church, 1301'
by )his parents and grand parents.
House, with Income property $1487.00 to2973,00cash NW 71st st.
For Sale' by Owner required and Chapel services were conductedon
mortgage. Small down InveAtory If like Jan. 28. Burial was in Lincoln
payment equipment' Investment j Is Secured you galore and
1045 NW 58th Terrace. dancing to the unique music of Cemetery
Call, PL 8.0696 for appointmentNew Should be able to start. at once. one of the ,best orchestras, then Maeflatten
Income starts immediately No by no means should you miss Mrs. of 1980
and used stoves washers, selling or soliciting. Business is this gala affair. The highlight Rutland St, Opa Locka died du'

refrigerators and TV's Easy set up for you. Company trains of the evening will be the award childbirth of her stillborn
credit term. Contact Ralph Mack and supervises operation and : ing of prizes for the best cos- daughter at Jackson Hospital on William Floyd; Sullivan of 1820

Mn, Reg.' RCA appliance PLaza will extend financial assistance ,,tumes. There will be many, many Jan. 23. She is survived ''by her NW 4th Ct., died suddenly at
77767. If full time is desired., Do not.1,I I more' ,forms of entertainment husband, Fred; six sons and a his place of employment on Jan.

answer unless fully:, qualified i thls:.affair-all to make a won- daughter Mrs. Batten was the ;4. Mr. Sullivan Is survived by
50x150 DEERFIELD BEACH k. For (personal\ Interview in yourcity .detful evening. Put on your funny niece of Dr. and Mrs. S. H. John his wife; a daughter, Mrs. J.

on S.E. 2nd Ct. East pf S.E. 1st include phone number land costume or come as you so son of Miami. Hart; three brothers and two sis '

Terr. Terms., ,Call ,Miami FRanklin ;write to:. ,4 \ ,'.- desire, but just don't miss It. Their remains were shipped to ters. Funeral services were conducted
7-4812 tnd* .. TEST .'J.tyR. owls OOflPi 'I, Donation 76 cents. Hawkinsvllle, Oat on Jan 29 at 3 p.m. at
,I, 1 , 2217 North 31st Street t,\ of Greater Bethel AME Church with

BARGAIN: 3 bedroom, 1 bath MUwauke... ,6t 1V (p"sl Various Malachi Fleming 1718 NW Rev. Cousin offlcitvtlng, Burial
CDS home. Nearly new $295 or I. \h'i ..U'H 2n< Jan. 24. He is survived his
will take ot as down payment. i'NHS by
wife, two children, a brother anda
Balance like rent. 1481 NB ; :
Nathaniel Washington of 11765
sister. Funeral services will be
152nd st. Phone HI 3.1983r Division SW 223rd fit. Goulds, was pronounced .
conducted on Jan 31 at 4 ' ;
HI 8412., Deposit will hold CLEANINGWILLIE Mt. Carmel Baptist Church dead on arrival at Jacks

J31 HARRIS . Have you given any thoughtto with Rev. D. A. Bradley officiating son; Memorial Hospital on Jan.
Reasonable VQur Own "place In the sun?" Burial in Lincoln. 26. lie Is survived by his wife,
LOT price. Nassau Specializing .in cleaning And The* adult evening high school Margaret; three sons, two

Village, Front Wolf Road. Both Waxing, Floors,: Homes, ''and' division offers many opportunities Raymond Ellison i 16520 NW daughters brothers and sisters

el Sundries, 828 NW 18th tn. Office. 2070 NW I 215th\St., Opa for the average citizen to 24th ave., died at Jackson Hospital and several other relatives.: Hit
Phone OX 18765.FOR Lbcka, phone NA 1-6307.' raise his standards and therebyget on Jan. 26. He is survivedby body was shipped Jan. 30 to Mobile

r it IIt fuller enjoyment from life a son and four daughters. Ala.

RENT The days in which we live are Funeral services will be conducted
, 'y. characterized by deep and full on Feb 2 at 1 p.m. "at the John Cook of 1508 NW 6th ct.,
FURNISHED Private apartment.Free understanding This In turn leads Seventh Day Adventist Church, died at Jackson Memorial Hospital

gas, light, water 'and phone. .. . the way to greater Job opportun Pastor Rock officiating Burial on Jan 28. lie is survived
Alao parking for your car ;Adults I CBS ities. Only the prepared peoplo In Evergreen.Mrs. by his daughter, Mrs. Sarah '
only. 6500 NW 8th ave.\' 'Phdne {' ,QUPLEX can enjoy participation In this Walker. Chapel services will be

PL 80792. & FRAME HOMEn$7JBO expanding field of employment.: Mollie McPherson of 3262 conducted on Jan, 31 at 1 p.m.
I The hours you spend now in NW 51st st., died in Jackson Hos- Burial will be at Lincoln '
FURNSHED apartment. Mantle I 'Down{ learning will be repaying you -

Woodward, ,J20J2 .NW :56th,St., , . tomorrow in learning. Julius Stevens of 1547 NW 63rd
? ,
PL*'8:2O'O9: () ,?? ;:Enroll now at the evening division st was pronounced dead on ar
fT i"'T' :'11..' ,'1 -, Balance $150 Month of Northwestern Senior rational, and business education.For rival at Jackson Memorial Hospital
ROOM. High School. further Information call PL ) on Jan, 28. lie Is survivedby
In new.horae
Call NE '4-170t.r,;.Pri-'etrearenable .* 2462: f NW '551 ,St. 'Varied offerings in pre.high 5491 between the hours of 4 his daughter; four brothers

'.., \, school, .high school, trades, vo- p.m. and 10 p.m. and a sister Funeral services

ROOM at 141 NW 9th St. w 1r"I"-- ", ..... ........... "" ... ow dio will:! announced over local ra
See Miss Montgomery apt:' 1.
Do ) ,.
$1,000 nNEW'

I I ;' , ; In-Around The Bahamas Richardson ,1;
Cbrafortable furnished roomIn CBS HOME .". < / '
!Christian home., 'Call' :..NE41R54. . .
Mrs Emma Lou Ikner 1413
Bedrooms I 1
2' Large : NW 4th ave., died In the Jackson
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NLhEDR00M'4th. Neab'tis'top. :Ovine room kitchen Memorial Hospital on Jan.:, 24.

.' $1 4 ,Pining area, combination Members of the House of As Elghty-fotir-year oM: Adriana Funeral services' were held on
Terr. FR weekly 243NW114Ibi :1 Large Closets sembly sat in the Magistrate's ethel of Williams' Town, Exuma Jan 29 (roan the chapel at 2pm

9-35J6. Court on January 19 and listenedto died at the Female Infirmary on with the Rev, ThedfordJohnson .

: N.W. Slat Terr. an impassioned appeal1:' by Mrs Jan 14.NUflau. officIating Burial was
28 :. ,
Job Opportunities In Lincoln Memorial Cemetery
, M "j Doris Johnson for the extension
I" l', 6f voting .rights to women of the had !Its third fatal mot. I Mrs. Ikner leaves to mourn her
Tae; Greater Miami Urban"League loss a daughter Mrs. Ante Pearl
Bahamas.{ :The court room was or accident for the year on Jan ,
announces Job opportun packed with spectators 9, when Joseph Hepburn of De. Drown, "one 'grandson, Edgar
lte-! for the Down
following: $2.000 Brown and other relatives,
Mrs. Johnson said, in part: veau St., Southern District, fell ,
Communications ad r .
operator "We this demand under the wheels J of a moving
women press
rtresslgraph operator, engineering 4 UNIT CBS truck. The truck Hepburn Mrs, Ma'cyah Foster, 439 NW '
enactment WEB
and ask such on
Inspector, lnstruratntpja/l,"' ma ,. .' 9th at, apt 7, died in Jackson Memorial
stalled and
he called
who is right but Alfred
basis of not
son,; medical secretary (trainee). ,:.AEl"_ BUILDING. country. Clinton, another truck driver Hospital on Jan. 21, Fun-
right for our
what is
Account r'erk, switchboard operator '0' (ral! services to be held on Saturday
this to give him a push lie stood
medical secretary, court In very good condition We judge expediency only on Jan 31 from the Richardson
officer clerk typist- permit Excellent location basis. We seek no compromise on a mount near a ditch as he Chapel with Rev Turner, officiating .
We ab waited for the vehicle contact.It .
alternative. to
There Is
clerk, painter: steno, clerk; carr at 2 p.m.
Penjer..4 'A money makerCarver hor any delaying action. We women Is believed, that he Lost his

F9r Ietai:- information regard ask only that you gentlemenmove balance and fell 'In the path of .- ." . . . .
L - - - - -
a.Super* * * *-* *-*- *- *
ing the above Jobs, contact H. now to secure the bights of the moving truck.

Allen Wheatley Jr., of the' Urban Ranches 54,000 women Including" your Value
League located at 295 NW Wives and daughters Miss Diane Louise Roberts,

First t., or call FR 16476. '$500, Down*, Mrs. Johnson presented the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis pletely Beautiful furnished bedroom, CBS jalousied com

Governor with a copy of her addren Roberts of Sweeting's Lane, was
-.-................................_..", Modern 2-bedroom CBS to be sent to the Secretary married to Lawrence Kett Russell down porch,, $14,800 garage balance, $1,995 easy

Home / of State for the Colonies. She son of Mr. and Mrs. Kent p, terms
HOMES FOR SALE tile left for Canada that evening to Russell of Hatchet Day, Eleu-
floor \\Jath
Terrazzo complete her course In education. thera: 'on'1'an.. 9 at the Shirley 2 Houses t\ 1 Lot
Very nice 2bedroom.Large CarporteBalance Heights Gospel hall Evangelist ,

$85 Month Frank Perry performed the cere CLOSE IN NEAR 66TH ST.
Florida Sergeant Fred Seymour, a member -
Like ...
room. new. Bridesmaids Doth CBS 2-bedroom front
of the Bahamas Police Force mony were Susanne 1

Price and term low. ..'- .' for 17 years, left Nassau on Jan Roberts, and Dearie Gonzales bedroom rear, good income,
Will trade for your lojs or 16 for a six months police of ft* while the maid of honor was $1,995 down, balance 1 mortgage
CBS Patsy Roberta The belt payment.
cer training course at Hendon, man
cash cam
One beautiful Anchor pay -- ; I England. He was in charge of the was. Darry Russell, and the
I corner. 0 police band for 10 years, and was groomsmen, Danny Russell and For' RentOne

fence. 57th St. Price >> made drum major when the band Danny Plnder. bedroom furnished screened

was 'taken over recently by an porch, can be used as second
*nd Good H. PHD? Bethel 20 has
terms low. buy. Eogllsh officer. Clement successfully ; bedroom, large lot, 13th ave.,

Call, HARRY DENNY NOW passed the exam for the NW 68th st. By week or month.
REALTOR: !Tire destroyed the Methodist degree of Licentiate of the Royal

MJssfon Mouse at Mastic Point, ) Academy of Music (L.n.AM.). Gold Coast Realty
The Keyes Co.. PLaza 78151or Aadros, x>n January 12 The The former student of Miss Meta
cause of the fire has not been Davis 'fn Nassau, has spent 15 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
480 Hia. Dr. TU 7.7441 PLaza 4-0782 determined, but Investigation I* months' at the Royal Academy In PL 1-2420

..,. being made. London. 4d&

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I. J Rev. James E. Brown pastor 1450 N.W. 69th st.

- I ,, Bro. Vandell; Bovan, reporter Rev. Phone'NE W. ,T. Thomas 6-1618, pastor

i" I "Half Dead Christians. This
particular phrase was selected Services every Sunday'
I. I for the text on last Sunday and Sunday School,.......... 9:30 a.m.
\ :I was most enthusiastically delivered Morning Service ............ 11 a.m.
\ I CI by one of our own minis- Evening Service ........ 7:30: p.m.
to u rdi ters in the person of Rev Willie '
me M. Bouyer. He preached out of BETHANY BAPTIST-
7 his soul and at the eve of the
r.l\\ services there was hardly a 3078 N.W. 45th St.

1 tearless eye or unwarmed heartin Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor
the entire capacity filled aud Sunday School........... 0:30: ua.
i ience. ,We were most brilliantly 'Morning Service ............ 11 sin
MARTIN MEMORIAL AMB Inspired and enthused by the BTU ................................ 5:30p.m:
I Service ............ 7:30
i THE MIAMI TIMES--'The People Newspaper" Richmond Heights way this young minister of God Evening : pjn
i- Rev. Albert Jones, pastor carried out the services. Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m
I Services were as usual last ,In our evening services we
Sunday beginning with Sunday were again uplifted' by another

BAHA'I ASSEMBLY school ''We had a banner atten great minister of our dominion, W. P. Tarpley, pastor
: this time in the of Rev.
dance. The subject was, "Christ'sRight person Edna E. Thompson, reporter
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Mrs. Frances Baumgarten, sec to Command." The lesson G. W. Snowden. He selected for
Rev. A. J. Warren, pastor retary of Dade Chapter of Fla. was reviewed by Albert Hepburn.Our his subject, "Thou Shall Not Sunday was Juniors Day. The

Sunday School............... 9:45: am Nurserymen and Growers Association pastor is asking that more Have" Any Other God Before morning prayer and devotional.
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. will speak on', "What Is adults attend Sunday School. Thee. service was conducted by Deacons
Evening worship ............ 7:30: pjn The New Wine." at the Bahal Our pastor delivered a v e r y Sunday coming we antlclclpatlng i- Fulger and Laird Scriptureby
Center, 137 NW 11th ave, 7:45 interesting and Informative mes- are, Bro. Martin, Mark 153335.
TRINITY WESLEYANRev. p.m. Sunday, February 1. All sage at our morning service. He another great day In the Speaker of the morning was Bro.
races and faiths are cordially In. also stressed the importance' of field of Christianity beginningwith Martin "Keep The End In View."
George E. Johnson, pastor vited. attending class meetings, so Sunday School at 8:30 .a.m.
with the, superintendent, DeaconJ. The evening prayer service was
Andrews reporter
Mrs. Phyllis please let's more of us attend.At .
Sunday School................... .9 am THE INCARNATION three o'clock the laymen of D. Brown In charge, followedby conducted by Deacons Lucas and
Morning worship .................... 11OC: the Miami District met at Martin our morning services at 10 Riles. The evening jneasage was
young People's Meeting 5 p.m 1835 N.W. 58th StreetFr. Memorial. The meeting was well a.m. then to close out another delivered by the pastor, "The
E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar attended with many'churches rep day of worship with our Communion Christian's Race." Our hearts
TRIUMPH CHURCH Susan Butler, ,reporter I resented. services at 6 p.m. The burned within while the messagewas
Winter Schedule entire usher saff will be expect being delivered. Please go
Prince H. Mobley, pastor Sundays: On Sunday evening the pastor, ed to work throughout the day and visit the sick. It is our duty,
Sis. C. McKInney, reporter Church School and choir and members of the usher with usher board No. 2 in and on the sick list Is Deacon A.
"Jesus Reveals His Authority," Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: a.m. board and the church motored to charge !In the morning and No. I J. Smith. The members of the
Matt 21:1-27: was the subject of Solemn Sung Mass and Goulds, to render service at New one In the evening. Choir No. 1 Senior choir wish him a speedy
the lesson Sunday past. Memoryverse Sermon .......-.. ........ 11:00 a.m. Bethel AME Church: Rev. Jones will furnish' music throughoutthe recovery.
: "For he taught them as E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. delivered the message in keeping day.I .
and not as Solemn Evensong and with their annual Men's Day
the one having scribes."authority Matt. 7:29 Devo. Sermon ...................... 7:30: p.m., celebration.On am happy to announce that NOTICEAll
? tlonal reading found Colossians Confirmation The Rt. Rev. our beloved pastof will be backat
Henry I. Louttlt, Bishop of South the third Sunday, Rev H.
his usual' In the Church
1:16-20. The -lesson was most FloridaTuesday post pulpit notices MUST bo
interesting and enjoyed by all. I M. G. McDonald worshipped with and will: ,be in charge of the services typewritten double spaced
There were many visitors to en : us and the Rev. delivered a very throughout the day. and on one sheet of paper. Copy
joy God with us. St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild timely message. Don't fall to at. MUST b. Into our office by 6
Rehearsal................... 5:30 p.m. tend your class meeting every To all memlbers!!, visitors and p.m. Tuesday of each week to
The subject of the YPE Band Wednesday: Tuesday at '8 o'clock. friends
we sincerely hope that Insure Insertion.' -Church Editor.
was "A Solid Foundation. I Cor. Low Mass .................... 6:30: am Choir rehearsal Is held every you will take note ,of the hour of
152628. After the lesson there Evensong and Meeting of < Thursday at 8 o'clock. Members services and Jidge yourselves accordingly
was a wonderful (program that Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. and persons desiring to become ; and remember our MONROE MUSIC HOUSE
was rendered by Yvonne Taylor. Thursday: I members are asked to please be theme, "Seven days without
The evening devotional service The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd present. church makes one weak," so by Everything in Gospel Music
i; was led by Mother M. Williams All Angels \Don't forget the sick In your all means worship this Everything for the Church.
and the expressions were openedby Rehearsal .................... 5:30: p.m. I prayers. In Sundayand Hymnals, Furniture, 1959 Com
Sunday the Churchof
Sister C. McCarthy and many Friday: Visitors are always welcome at mentaries. Mall orders promptly}
others followed. The message for St. Cecelia's Choir our church. Won't you come and your choice and If you are undecided I filled, 242 NW 8th St., Apt. 5.

the evening was delivered by Sis Rehearsal.... ....?....... 8:00: pm. worship with us? about which church to FR 3-6493, Miami 36, Fla.:
J. Major and her subject was NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mass I visit why not come and worship) indDon't
"Make High Mass and Benediction with us. You are always welcome.
a Joyful Noise Unto The oi ST. JAMES BAPTIST
Lord," Psalm 95:1.4. The closing the Blessed Sacrament on All II t '*
remarks were given by Moth. Feast Days.Weekends. BTU ................................ 5:30: pjn .
er L. Marshall.' The message was : Low mass on ;all Evening Worship ............ 7:30: pan .
most inspiring and enjoyed by holy and Saints' Days. Visitors always welcome Easy Method lose your home or

all. Among our many visitors Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on Sunday School ............ 9:30: ajn. properties, becaUse of a
were Elder Glosten and Rev all Feast Days. Morning Worship ........ 12:00: a A ReducingNow small mortgage or conditions .
Lovett. I 323 N.W. 14th St. about it which i i. not
being offered the
On February 1, Sexageslma Rev J. L. Johnson pastor
Friends! Please come and Joinus clear to you. Feel free to
Sunday of Solemn Evensong Sunday Services FASHIONETTE BEAUTY :
receive our the pentecost meeting and ((7:30 p.m.) the Rt Rev. Henry I SHOP call or come to . .
blessings the Lord
I.I Louttlt, bishop of the Dioceseof ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
has In
store for you. There are THE HOUSE
South Florida, will administerthe 6888 N.W. 15th Ave.
many souls on the altar and
N.W. 4th Ave. 16th
has been Holy Sacrament of Confirmation. and Terr. REALTY
Ghost. blessed with the Holy The class will be pre Phone FR 9-1424 For information
sented (by the vicar, Rev. Father MASSES We can help you
Elisha S. Clarke Jr. The public is Dally................................. 8 s.m Call MA 10470OX 1-9710
MT. HERMON A. M. ''E. cordially invited. Sunday ........ 7 a.m. & 8:30: ajxx F7 FR 3-3450

Opa Locka "Then laid their hands
Rev. them, and they BETHEL BAPTIST I WAYMON A.
Samuel Gay, pastor received the Holy EVANSF7
Letha Gamble, reporter I Ghost.- -Acts. Richmond Heights+ Advertise It Pays!
j Rev. L. R. Ross
The theme of the morning message On Feb. 6.7 the church will Sis. Nannette Greer,,Pastor reporter I __ ______
Sunday, Jan. 25 was sponsor its Third Annual Bazaar
d "God Leads." The text, Exodus on the parish hall groundsand Inspiration was the keynote of VI'S GUEST HOUSE
13th chapter and Psalm 23:3.: /building, 17th ave. and 69th our services beginning with Sun
The message was an inspiration st. There will be the following day School It carries a abun REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMSBy
to all present with the assistance fqr your enjoyment: eating, rid. dance of Interest under the lead. Day or Week
of music from choir No. 1 and ing, dancing, pie walk and loads ship of our Supt. Bro. Claudius Efficiency Privilege Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.
Mrs. Mildred Brown, pianist. of fund for everyone. Co.chair Jones. Theme: "Jesus Reveals
Phones OX 1-5343 FR 9.9359
Usher Board No. : -
1 His
celebrated Authority. The lesson was
men: Mrs. Clarice Littles and
The Its second anniversary at 3 p.m. Miss Susan Butler For further so beautifully reviewed by the 6393 N.W. 17th AvenueJAME5
program presented was a information contact either of pastor
great success as a result of co-
operation from visiting usher these ladles. Services were very high thru-
boards from the greater Miami out the day Sunday. Rev. Rosa
area. On last Sunday evening the was at his best For morning his *
Church School was reorganizedwith text was taken from Acts 22:22-
Our evening message was en the following teachers and 23, theme "Bounds and Afflictions
titled, "The Endurance of Lore", staff: Supt. Eloulse Outen: assistant Awaits Me." For eveningthe
1 Cor. 13th chapter. Both even Supt., Thomas P. Johnson;; textwas taken from Luke
ing and morning messages were secretary; Willie Thursday, aslstant - 24:49, Act 1:4: "Waiting For 5. & lOc STORE
very forcefully delivered by our secretary; Maude Butter, Power." He climaxed the d a y
beloved pastor, Rev. S. L; Gay. Iva Hunter, treasurer. Other with a Pentecostal fervor which 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481
Each person attending tho services teachers are Vera Taylor, 'Alma- was thoroughly Inspiring to all.
were supplied with spiritual tha Bullard Eleze Tynea, GloriaDlLnniBter The Holy Spirit truly was pres "
food and parted with the Edna Seymour, Fred I ent. Attentlpn all members: The SAVE THAT BUS FARE!
words, "did not our hearts burn ; Johnson and Sheba Martin. pastor is asking all to please

wIthin us, while the man of God Cars will 'pick up children liv come 'out to business meeting- .
talked with us by the way." ing in the Friday, Jan. 30.
area of the
parish Children's Sweaters, ea. Warm Socks, pr.Rayon 20*
Rev. E. 0: Turner was the house at 9:25: a.m. The Holy Communion will be .
pulpit guest during the evening administered. Sunday at both ser $1.10 Hose, pr. 49eChildren's .
Hats ea. 084
service, while choir No. 2 ten Ministers' CouncilThe vices. Ladles' Undershirts, ea. bOg

dered music. Rev. and Mrs. Ross, Mother Children's Gloves ea. 45* Ladles' Sweaters, ea. 1450

On Sunday, Feb. 1, we are meeting of the Baptist Pearl Johnson and Sis. Nanette O1 Warm d's Jackets Undershirt, ea., ea. 1.08 89* Tee Shirts, ea. 83f
celebrating the Holy Commulon. Ministers Council Is being heldat Greer were dinner guests Sunday Cotton Dresses, .ea. 1.00
The ,pastor, officers and members St. John Baptist Church each at the home of Sis Dinah Lar Warm Pants, pr. 1.00
cordially extend an open Invitation Wednesday beginning at 11 a.m. kins.Remember Nylon Hose pro 79* Head Scarves, ea. 50*
to all to visit Mt. Her- and ending at 1 p.m. The programof the sick. Please visit Dress Materials, yd. 85* Simplicity Patterns, ea., 80*
mon at any time the council consists of a brief Sis. Inca Swain of 14560 Monroest.
A i treat in in store for you, on devotional period followed by a who was in an auto accident .

Sunday, Feb. 8, after the evening discussion of the current International She is asking the prayers of the Money Orden Sold Every Day, Monday through Friday, 7:45
Sunday School lesson of I church.
service. The well known
ajn., 7:15 pon4Baturday til 0 pan.--Closed Sundays to go
Southland Singers will appear In the week and closes with a brief ,
concert. Please come and hear business period. AM visitors are. to 0Iar L

these gospel and spiritual sing- welcome. Rev. Thedford Johnson I Advertise It !
era. Is president. I Pays



CALVARY BAPTIST freedom in our American heritage !' THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"

James E. Culmer, pastor Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor '; 'the freedom to worship
Eddie Edwards, clerk Phyllis Myers, reporterAt I God as we see fit. Attend church r SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1959 PAGE 15

Sunday School......"....... 9:30 am Sunday.
Morning worship .... ........ 11OC: 11 a.m. devotional servlc -
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 was conducted by Bro. Smith. The
union celebration held last
music was furnished by the No Cleo Albury yearat
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe 2 choir which sang out of their Rev S. A. Thomas, pastor Booker T. Washlgton HighSchool
souls. The church was fully at. D. B.. reporter Ordained MinisterCleo Mr. Albury Sr., was nam 1
ordinance of baptism will tended. Our pastor ed as one of the Parents of the
came with
be administered at 11 a.m. Sun morning's the The news from the church, .is Year, and was presented a special
message, "A Song very interesting and O. Albury Jr., of UU
encouraging certificate of Commendation.In .
day after the sermon The Lord's and a Prayer" NW
found in Acts 15 beglning the 60th st., was ordantned as
year 1959 order to receive this
Supper will be ,served at the 40. a Baptist Minister on Sunday, awardr
morning Speaking of some of the profresslng parents must have ,at least four
and evening services. Jan. 11. A native of Miami anda
auxiliaries of the children and all of the
At church children
The choirs will sing Jointly thru 5:30 BTU was held with graduate of Booker T. Washington
the now, they were not must graduate from high school
president in always on
out the day..Parents We had High School, Rev. Albury
a progressive side, but I think Mr. Albury was the father of
program conducted
are asked to send their by Miss L. also attended Florida A&M Uni
I .
Brown can safely say, the leaders seven children, all of whom finished
children out ,on the time to attend which was very Interest hibited faith and versity. He Is now serving as assistant high 8chool.Advertise. .
ing patience there
rehearsal for the Easter exercises followers pastor at Cornish Baptist
Sunday night" the devotion was awaited consequently success Church, 1450 NW 69th st
conducted ,by Deacon Bealum. their efforts. Rev: Albury is a son of Cl'eo'
CONGREGATIONALSunday The 'music was furnished by the On the third Sunday in this Albury Sr., and the late Mrs. I
'No.. 1 choir. Rev. Stephens ren- month, the Laymen Organization Lllla Albury both of Miami. It
of the Pays
Feb. 1, will be a ban. dered the night's sermon, "Who church sposored a v e r y During the annual Alumni re
outstanding ..
program It
ner day at The Congregational Knows What Time It Is?" was a
endeavor, and It ,
was a
Christian Fellowshop as the pas. Visitors are always welcome to - - - - -
tor, Rev. Wilks;' ,'will conduct come and worship with us at success. Again we say hats off to
our Deacon E. G. Luckle, presi
the monthly Communion
Service any time. dent.
with communion meditation"The PIANO SICK ?

Way, The Truth, And The Recently the superintendent of p
Life." New members will also be MT. ZION BAPTIST the Sunday School, and the

received during the church worship Luvenla*Knox workers, and other members of I SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. I

&,,. .-,--..- -- . ., Public Relations Officer .the."'..- church---- -met'--',- 'a .core.. of offivoio A j
AH inenaa are again invited to were ejected luc toe year, FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO

worship with us at 11 a.m., 5001 Mt. Zion is taking Its rightful which seemingly is destined to AND ORGAN SERVICES N '
NW 25th ave. \ place as a Missionary Baptist afford another successful year's

Rev, Charles Wilks, pastorA. Church. On last Sunday baptls labor, led on by superintendents 4
E. McNeal, reporter mal service was held which rep Mrs. L. E. Thomas, S. Murray N.W. 153rd St. SERVICE

resents the second*in the month and Miss Mary Wilder No leader MU 8.3770 -

ANTIOCH BAPTIST of January. In the face of all of can get very far without the ,
the exigencies of life today, kind of patience that undergoes
Rev. 0, W. Foster, pastor trials'without .
people are coming to Christ with complaints; steadfastness
A. L. Johnson, reporterA the realization that in Him all without wavering

thought: "I will cease topreach things are po ssllbl e. The worship service is quite
A large number of people Inspiring; intellectual and full of
your duty, and be more young k\i4
concerned with mine." ame ou to sing in the choir Gospel truths. The minister, Rev. DON'T WAIT
Sunday last the while other young, girls and boys S. A, Thomas and his pulpit as'
the school was Jesus highlight Reveals of ushered, read the announcementsand soclates are delivering outstand, \ N4.r-: for thoSCHOOL
Authority. At usher ( performed other duties. This ing sermons, the attendance is BELL
board No. 1 great thus far in the \57 E
and the junior choir served the makes us confident that onr year. ,
We welcome
church seem in high spirit as church of tomorrow will have visit our services, any persons time., to 1 -' Bring In the children's school
Hev W T, Thompson leadership fitting for a hristianinstitution. \
preached I liT.; ,\ shoes NOW. Give us time to put them
a wonderful sermon taken from In for the long hard "grind"
perfect repair
The the "Good .I ,
St. John 12:32: "Lift up Jesus" sermons In the I ._
BTU (hour 5:30 p.m. group dls Best" and the "Bad in the CLEANINGWILLiE _.
worst of us" JOHNSON AND SONS
cusslon was "Secrets of Great morning evening HARRIS
ness At 7 p.m. Shiloh No. t respectively! were delivered
1 Specializing In Cleaning and SHOE SHOP
in excellent taste This
usher board gave an
and choir No. 2 served Waxing Floors, Homes And
Rev. E. D. Dennis 'brought I Incentive for each of us to be reevaluate Office. 2070 NW 215th St., Opa FIN-E SHOE REPAIRINGWe

the message taken from St. Luke, ourselves and rededl- Loch, phone NA 0307..
15:4: "Drop Your Net." We are cate ourselves and rededicate Save Your Souls-While You Walt
'looking our souls.
to a wonderful
time this Sunday at 3 .m. when The Annual Baby Contest Is Shots ShIned and Dyed
we cels/brate: / out of the area of discussion and ...
anniversary The our pastor's 21st into the action stage.: Plans are 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 9-9100
public is invit
ed. There. will be a tasty repast being made for sponsorship of i ,HICKS'I
affairs !in behalf of this
served on the church many
grounds. worthwhile cause. I, Photo StudioUltra I

Give thanks for the greatest
FIRST Fine Portrait
UNITARIAN"We Get out of the rut!' Come and seeBishopHunter
Vote for Public' Schools" Janie B. Hick, Prop.
will be the Gibson thanked all who participated
sermon topic of the
nf>v. Glenn' O. Canfield, minister on the fine program BtiKllot "
of tho Let us continue to pray for the
Unitarian Church, 2440 NW 60th St.
Dixie sick. Visitors are always wel
at SW 29th
on Sunday, Feb. 1, 11 Rd., come. The public is invited to at Phone NE 33166ftMtMlfcMlMlMlMtMtMtfJtMtfcfc *

The evening at 6:15 a.m.members tend a sale at 1607 NW 6th ct I ,..,..1-' .,,' WHO IS WELL _
of the Liberal on Saturday from 3 to 4 p.m. ,
Youth given by the Junior Church,
group will meet at the home of KNOWN AS

Jay F"r1nar1' "21 SW 6th St., *"' ..-JlJII"II1tJllJdddt
for a brief business meeting, fol PROF. HUNTER

lowed by a "PUtt PUtt party" at a WORLD FAMOUSWMBM

nearby miniature golf course. I For the past 33 year %i',
The Community Groups of the J

church will meet on Friday, Feb.
I 6) at, 7 p.m. Group No. 3 will If you are tick and

meet at the home of Mrs. Elsie I worried or in trouble "

Stevenson 1355 NW 23rd Ct., .
this is the place to
while Group No. 8 will meet at

the home of Dr. and Mrs. David TOPS IN LISTENING come. Don't stay in the ,' ,

dM. Morris, 8730 SW 114th at. rut. Push back the veil 4'
Programs at both will f9
include a box supper and game THE KING COLEMAN ,SHOW of the lack of understanding ,

night. BOY SHOWI and bad luck,
that seem to hold you ' ti,. "" _
THE BUTTERBALL in your track and advance .

Rev. E., A. Calmer, pastor \ LOCAL NEWS WITH EWOTT J. PIEZE forward by the _

Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter help of God.
Sunday School began at the
usual hour of 9:30: a.m. with the \ 0\ Your home and every day lite can be made happy.He .

superintendent, 'Miss Marva Trot 800 ON YOUR RADIO will show you to bypass your enemies and get the

at man in charge, and the teachers ,. I *->., e., things that God put in the world for you. Let the
lesson was respective reviewed the Rev.The - .. . peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the
H. V. Stuart. -- -- power that is in you will be awaken and you will be

The pastor was in charge of in a higher state of mind and spirit.

the 11 a.m. service. lIe preached 1' ,)3I1ANP! ,, N tW
frtom Exodus 3, theme "The Val 'L Listen to Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your

Icy of Human Needs" lIe was a*, HOUSE FOR SALE dial every morning at 6:59 from Monday through

his best and everyone was bless Friday and on Sunday you are invited to listen to the
ed. No. 2 choir rendered music Radio of Hunter of the
Ministery Bishop
Modern Spiritual
with Mrs. U. Hlgss at the organ Live ,in Comfort -. Heated,,
and No. 1 ushers served. Temple of Zion Church located at 6417 Southwest

The 7 p.m. devotLon'was led 3-BEDROOM HOUSEWith 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. Donation will be acceptedfor

by the pastor The Flower Com the continuation of this broadcast.

mlttee headed by Mrs. MyrI tile bath, knotty pine e rile u oven
Glblon': Mrs. M. Culmer introduced and electric stove, carporte, roof Prof. Hunter's office is open daily from 10 a.m.

Mrs. Rosa Roberts as Ml C.. : to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and con

Prayer was offered by Mrs. L. (Near Burdine's and Buses sultation. Closed all day Wednesday Prof. is licensedby
Milton: Charles and Mary Gibson -
the State and County as a Reader.
gave a duet; Mr. Data and PRICE REASONABLE

others, a quartet; Mrs. Verdell Plete. rJ I" Is' Terrace One mile east of 7th Ave. on Highway 441. Old
Wright, a reading; Joseph 1545 N.E.
solo; Mrs. F. Farrington, musical Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remember .

reading; Mrs. U. Hlggs, piano .North Miami Beach the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood,

selection; Mrs. G. McFord, solo. Florida. ,

The collection was taken by For information phone JE '1-6928 B. Carvin , .

C Gibson and Mrs. M Relic, and I -
the pastor made remarks. Mrs.



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I I n&....if TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper, Roberts declared that she never

I} "v : PAGE, ie SATURDAY! JANUARY', 31, ,1959. i i Good Morning Judge'News received er was not one around penny'and to take the broth sides

\ : .. with either one. Gaskin then said]
)'t From Miami' Municipal' Precinct Court that he was working at a' foot

f.. MRS JANICE. BURTON: IS FETED JUDGE JOHN, D. JOHNSON Presiding establishment! and had offered
I Mrs. Roberts, some food for rent,. 3
1> I, 'f< By Elliott., J., Pieze, Times S\jf\ Writersbe4 but Mrs. Roberts refused they
r food Mrs Roberts just. wanted'the
1 I I f'f I I
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L' J to" j' ; f \ : men to stop hanging around'h r1! 1
)' 'li q.. \ular 'i i Indeed! were the Saturday : 'rtjQrning at 614 NW : house, , ., .' -' ,,?,
: E.s; S::'ofKflfa: 'middle ag d'men, 20th 'accqrding; to the policy :
f all .bt''wijom] ', ver. i ;charged: with records; 'The,.chief complainant. ; Judge Johnson found all of' the'
If ,::1 tar derfy''''.conduct 'toy loitering against tie msn was Mrs. 'Caroline men guilty' and fined I each one, .,. a
ttr:. a1 Mepln* ,.on private'.property, "Roberta, of 1982 NW 6th $15 or 6 days' in jail, after'" :at: {
; bAd' Who, were -up for trial in ave., whcj! 1 f. the landlady of the stern, warning' to each; 0\1'.
.Municipal; t Court Monday morn home, around,/ which the men .'
I ; n.f Jan; 26.'. Tn.&.men, are Jessie :were loitering'" The Collegians Club. ':, '
aSJL In4f; ',: Robeti Norman: 42;' Mrs.. told the court. '" 't<" 1
r "WUlJe, pee'' Flonnlo,. ,,64; Willie that the Jlboerts Continued to hanga The Collegians Club met .at: I
J' AlhOI, 41;) and, James,:.'rate, 29. r o u:men n '4 the home to the the Georgette Tea Room.rtb, Dr. .i
The man, all had no known per extent that 1 she became disturb James E. Hogan as host..It was,
manebt addresses., ,Gaakln and I their being. an interesting meeting with vice'
I ed and annoyed over
Amos were charged "with disorderly there. 'Roberts added that president N, 'R. Powell presiding: .
Mrs '>
conduct by loitering, and Business of : Importance, "The
she was jidvieed by the.ownerWf
"j Flonnle and sponsoring oC 50 children" at
Norman Tate were
. .... f' each, charged with d1sorderlycon.4uct the hom s to 'call the,:police the Jim Dooley, Circus next week.
"i .J" : the men came back again. They
I by, sleeping! on private prop We meet at the home
1 of the
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"C,.' 7," : :rL.I " '; ertyThe did.In court one of the men said president, Sumner Hutcheson,.
'L men were arrested early 'that they had, been paying rent 3115 NW 48th terr, Miami.

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Mrs. Janice Button; of 432 NW
7th St., Miami, was honored by lis r { ltFlt3

Sportsmen Dance her husband, Benjamin on Sun' a ,, t tl
day afternoon, Jan. 18 at the
Draws 700 lovely home of !Mr. antI Mrs l t. -
Chester Kelly of 45 NW' 9th st.

Club The celebrated Square Circle its anniversarywith Sportsmen The celebration occasion of was her birthday.the elaborate The 1 4 ti i

a picnic dance at Bayfront color scheme was red and 'green
Auditorium last Thursday night. with gorgeous center pieces of ., lt
More than 700 dance lovers gladiolas and poin ettlft.S. ,, t tylt
turned out to enjoy the dance *
A four course menu includes a a ;
able music of Alec Stephens or veriety of hors d'oeuvres were . II"u j

chestra. served.. Following this sumptuous
The club, headed by Ed Bogie, meal, the guests retired to fx!
is now making for its annual ,
plans the living room for demltossee. ,
complimentary dance at the I mm 9
same hall on February 26. Those present to enjoy this '
_ H I iI
The Sportsmen are not only festive occasion were:
social', but quite civic conscious.. I
Miss Blanche Calloway, sisterof
They make annual donations of
Christmas (baskets fo needy families the famed Cab Calloway; )froand WHY PAY RENT ?
Mrs. R. Jordan Sr., formerly
and donate to all
worthwhile of Savannah, Oa: Mrs. Eliza ; :'
charities. They recently beth Nelson of the Smith Hotel I
made a $100 contribution to the ; .1 .'
Cerebral Palsy Telethon Fund !Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Johnson; Mr. 12 NEW 3 or 4 QEDROOM CBS HOMES -" ,
_ and Mrs. Savannah Feeder; Mrs .
Members of the club are: Edward Ollle M. Smith; Mr. Maxie P. North Miami Beach. Only $495 o-vn. No closing cosU.. Now being built
Bogle, Mose Wilson, James Twiggs; Mr. James F, Wells Jr.,
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Boyfoln, Israel Armstrong, Samu formerly of Savannah, Ga.; Mrs. hM
el Wright, Ernest Bellamy, Wil Sallie B. Walker; Richard Smith, I -City water, 163rd St. Shopping Center close by.: Landscaped.; One t E4
bur Brassfield, Charlie Davie, !Mrs. Belle Priester; Eddie Ilol,
only. See models 1583 N.E.' 152nd Street, i
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Willie/ R Davie, Alex Hall, Fred tins; Willie Jordan and Mr. and
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