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Publication Date: February 7, 1959
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36TH YEAR, INO. 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES

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Urges Extension of Rights ComJDission ..

WASHINGTON President northern liberal of both parties

NAACP to Hit Back inSunda.y Eisenhower called on Congress In all respects.The .
Thursday to strengthen civil package provides:
I rights laws by making It a federal Additional investigative power
crime to use- force or threats for the FDI In crime Involving
of force to obstruct court ordersin : destruction or attempted destruction
Television Show school desegregation cases. : of schools or churches{., Els
enhower 'would, make a federal
-- -- II As part of a seven-point legis offense of flight from one stateto
New York Toe Nationalllroadcasting lative package submitted to Con- another to avoid detention or
. Co. has scheduled a Eisenhower said this pro
Carver DCT Student Wins Award I grew prosecution
television program on
special posal would give the government"a
. segregation Sunday in the wakeof Authority for the attorney gen
enforcement
.. valuable power
'":.t t: eral to Inspect federal election
protests of a Chet Huntley i to deter mob violence; and
records and require the
preserva
ii .
4. the
editorial subject
on other acts' of violence
such or
....
1
\ tion of !such records for a reason'able
NBC announced It had scheduled
threats which seek to obstruct
"..;. ;.t"llt the program for 6:30-7 pm court decrees'In desegregationcases time, In order to help preserve -
' t.... to present "different points of ." I the right to vote as "the
view on the segregation issue' l koystone ,of. democratic self'gor
('rnmct t."
The network's action followed a "MODKIIATK" IMlOfJllAM:
Temporary financial and Inch'
demand by the NAACP for equal The program had been tagged nical help to state and local
time to answer Iluntleyj.who- 1>y the President In advance as agencies<< to help them ,adjust to
} s gested that militant Negro lead
e a moderate one designed not to the ''8 out the strugglefor
ership pull of
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raise ratures.
integration ten1p: Temporary authority to provide
for educating children of mem
Huntley said in part: nut it may not please either bers of the military se>vices
"The NAACP may have outlived southern segregationists or I whose (school have been closed
., o. itself because those white because of Integration troubles.
t southerners who must prevail, if
Extension for two years of the
anyone will, consider It an Unacceptable life of the Civil Rights Commission.
4* La symbol Nor is it fair SAMMY ,DAVIS, JR. .
i ; 4, that militant Negro leadershipmust Converting't.e..
; ) committee on
be abandoned while militant GETS BIG ROLE Government Contracts into a
white leadrshlp can continue
commission on equal job opportunity -
f Chicago; Sammy Davis Jr, of statutory basis
f "Hut just as the Negroes have was Informed this week by I
t : c the most to gain, 4t is they who Frank Sinatra. and director John --_ -_ -
t must make the unfalrest sacrifice Sturges that ho' set for another
trfl k to achieve It. I also suggest movie "Never So Few," which

_u_____ _.__ _____--__-- .. that If militant Negro leadership MOM is heralding 'as its 'big one' ,
ie removed, militant white lead., for the Year "Never So Few"
.\'Ir j1nta Snmpter, 17; senior I making' knowledge and attitudes' ership will In time trophy and will follow immediately after
at George Washington CArver taken by 'graduating senior girl. disappear I hope I am right. I I "Oceans, 11," In which Davis also
High "School, who recently won She ".JIl' receive a homemaking am not sure appears. with Sinatra.
he highly coveterl title of Betty pin manufactured. by Jostln's
Crocker lomemnker of Tomer" which reiwewnt the slogan I ,r
row of her school In shown retelling "Homo in! Where the Heart Is."
her award from Principal Her, examination< paper will be
Anthony! E. Gardiner entered' \ competition| with thoseof Hits TeacherRobert with ChairJohn
other school winners In the

In winning thin honor she re- Mate, to name the' State Hetty ,
tehed the highest score In a 50 Crocker. Homemaker of Tomorrow. Straps a physical edu-
cation teacher at North Dade Jr.
minute examination on home- O, Drown and W. A. Pattersoji -
Sr.
I High, is in Christian Hospital
suffering are the attending phy'cislans
an eye Injury. .
A boy student swung a chair '
and hit Strapp at school on ,. .;( i.
Robeson Gets to Keep Thursday Temporary surgery . .. .
has been done on the eye and
I more will be necessary when a
blood: pressure condition is put the YOU*:
$9,655 in Taxes brought under control. hick In YOUTH'


: . That plowing sill, from behind
Singer Paul I Robeson Wed near federal I Income taxes of $9,655 Robeson, 60, is now seriously !,;;;, .J ,he/ counter( of Alex Hunilrle -
day won a five.year battle to es on theaward.Inetfect'tibe.. ". III In Kremlin hospital in Mos 1 ,*. 7Jrt'" MV 21..1 1 A Vt'., belongs
cape taxation on the $25,000 Revenue Service cow He went to Russia afterwinning l to Lillian Scott, n newcomer from ,
Stalin Peace Prize he received took the)tUon that the Stalin another lengthy fight to JOIN YOUR ; .larkftoiivllle. Lillian' A |uirt time
In : 1953. Prize the highest Soviet obtain a passport model, but plans to take a nun-
The Internal Revenue Service I award of it*. kind Is In the Mrs Robeson "also getting Y MC i i big rolirnu at Northwestern Vocational
announced It is abandoning Its same tax-exempt category as the general treatment and hospitalcare rewnelut School this ycvir.-Ava-
claim that the entertainer owed Nobel and*Pulitzer prizes. for an old illness Ion Ilhotn.1V .

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Chorus lit.
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Concert

Northwestern's Musical Extra-

ganza for Us third annual presentation

will again feature Its

90 voice chorus and 85-pieco

band in the school's auditorium

on*Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 8 p.m.

TOe: .program will Include sever

a! guest artists, among which

will .be Donnle Davis and the

Plead 111,"Piper

This effort Is the project of the

PTA's Father's Club and this'

year is to'be. no :.. ceptlon. Three
of the patrons at' this program ,
; wllUeach, win one of the door
e prizes that are being offered It
la this effort, also, that gay e
Northwestern, Senior High the : )
beautiful organ. These funds will a'M

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ttratistttp The years ahead bold blight tby com as wed a* the height*
promise' for the NKro In thE to which t&7 galnu One ftis
pant, Negroes hare been denied. proud of himself on'y by being
their' legal rights dlaQ portunftl tJt fmd/jm an ,- choice, poorly ,boused, clothed, of the privilege u4 freedom of
and tt& Today we stand firmly worship and to lire a Christian
,/ on th" threshold of change, facing life that this great: nation wu
,.; fie posufblliU of a society founded on-c nation which, in
of free and equa. wo. We Jock spite' of weak&eses. Is attempting
back proud of oar rich heritage to accord to an people opportanltfr .
and acblv nn nU, our contribution rexptd and reoognitioo
d1arI0iNMy/P91 r to American drlllraUc-n and of human dlgaity.Harrie.
our love and loyalty to all mankind Sue L t. P.T.

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derfu.: one to see. a challenging
,Mf'I I- one to be a part of. We mud be
ready and eager to a eept nwcorjflcti Don't lose your home or
,"(1 new trials and new opportunitle properties, because of a

*. small mortgage or conditions !
r t Gwendolyn 8. Barnette
sp r about it which Is not

clear to you. Feel free to
I am an American and proudto
call or come to . .
be one! In.pfte of domestic !

discord, my loyalty is with my THE HOUSE OF EVAHS
R f r country and fellow-men. My challenge
REALTY
Is to intensify my effortsin
behalf of the great Ideal-a We
peaceful country can help you

Marine E. William FR 3-3450
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I am proud to be an American: WAYMON A.
e+r "' Because I believe it Is the bert EVANSF7
country for me: because I feel
that the greatness of a person,
as well as with a nation is mea
lured by tbe depths from .which Drive Carefully!


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Xrgro Hirtory Wee-k Commit Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johnson. site, president: Mrs. ".. Smith Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted

I tee of theC'w' Club: Stated: Standing: 3Ir*. Annie Mae Sirs. Lucille lUoa. Guaranteed ......................__. ... $4.75
Mr*. On. KilletM. Irs. Addle Twine, Mrs. Mattle Barkley, )frL Not shown: )Ira. Mrna Jackson E.-1

Sampson Mrs. Blancbe Dean Naomi Espy, )Irs. Ruth X. Po- chairman. TV's ........................................ $10 Down
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..t :- Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radio

Cwest Club Stimulates -(, ...... .\ w Guaranteed Watches ........ from $&.95

I DAVID JEWELERS

: ;/it r 1188 N.W. 3rd
Ave. FR 4-1522
Interest in Neara Historv

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Week through tie world. The JAMES '
celebration of Negro History THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" I F I
theme "Negro History-A Foundation I
For Proud PAGE 2 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7 1959
a Amer ra": it _
time.? because now is the time 5 & lOc STORE
thai -re seed to take pride In 11200
the greatness of America to N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3- 481

which the people l of many race Why I Proud

justly have proud contributed of our and radii also heritage be am to SAVE THAT BUS FARE!

for the pan played by our SATURDAY, FEB. 14 IS VALENTINE DAY

race in making America great. be an American"America Valentine Valentine Cards If to $1 Handkerchiefs 10* to 1.OO;

We need to see. hear and feel
Chocolate, hoE f l.OO Xjlon Hose
affirmations of faith we need to pro 7P*

N'tielbe milestones of progress the beautiful, the preservation of these freedoms NEW SHIPMENT:
we need to rearrange our land of the brace and the home fall on free men. Dr ai,", plastic,
prejudice with fervent hope for of the free, where all men are 4. America is the great Melt OartaiiM pro pr.___ 1.19 ROe Pillow case,. e*. 38 ,
elimination of the same and ireawd created equaL" How often Ire log Pot where all races are melting Drape, < to develop better attitudes heard these idealistic phrase in and reforming Dresser Scarves -
Flowers
to the bridge the gaps of the tny youth. To me these words To be an American e*. 10t
to lire in lOt to 1.49
net
Pillows
present nodal:: change when placed in context are among the 'and of the free; to reap the ea 1J5O
the most beautiful in the English heritage of the brave who have EASTER DRESSES AND
SUITS
Cwest Club of Miami is fosterIng language because they offer a opened the way for this to be, Drra'es ............ 1.98 to ':.30 Raster
this celebration Bonnie
as part of promise of equality and oppor enables a full 69,
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their community service projecta. I tunity. I am proud to be an to be.tion measure of devo- noT Suits .... ].(K1 to .f.M FUlf'd Easter
Everyone is urged to wear a American because I firmly be- IIa.-re. 33 g 10 r,5o>>
An
proud American Day button Feb. I American I am proud Simplicity
Here Patterns
in the wisdom and
of theee -ra. IDea Money Orders Sold
Foster Everyday
11 t. The dub
has obtained the
Monday thru
1II'Orda.bleh represents living Pres.. of Zeta Friday" T.c.s: junu 7OO ..
statements; from the dtiventwhose Phi Beta p nu-&t, un 9 p.a.
proof of the Importance of the Sorority Beta C1o xl '
Tau Sondarn (.,
pictures appear on this o to Church
individual Hn a free society. Zeta
Chapter
pagetih the hope that they
Ideals yea but these ideas, which
will strengthen our pride and are. inculcated throughout our
rlvify our inspiration and make sacred' documents offer us the I'm proud to be an American.
os more conscious of our responsibilities better life and the American America give me birth
as citizens sic that we ideal of human worth and dignity. It Is a land that stands
may make greater contributionsto >> with
open arms, Duke
the greatness of America
-Carl A. Wells I Inviting all to come Ellington
f* la :".A *u*. _.**__.. _n
The Owet .
Cub will culminate "" &41,
the celebration of Negro History I The finest of its best.
I am proud to be
an American
Week during with their regular a planned dub program meetIng because? Pm proud to be an American. "Jump for Joy Show"And

period, and with presentations 1. America is founded upon the Because America Ions all of bet
to each school collection onNegro four essential human freedoms: sons alike.
life.Background. Freedom of speech and expression. As I turn Its history's
,, I'm convinced beyond a pages doubt a Complete 8 Course Dinner
Freedom of every person to. That a mighty task Is hers
of Negro worship God in his 01l'1a7 indent .
Freedom from want That shell win I have
no doubt COPA
History WeekIn J. Freedom from fear CITY NITE CLUB
%. It provides a good life that America's a land of great resources
is not possible without freedom. ,
February. 192 i Dr. Carter
Godwin Woodson. the director i X. The responsibility tot the A melting pot for all MIAMI BEACHSATURDAY
of the Association for the Study Who within her boundaries seek
of Negro Life and History Her comforts and reliefs.
launched the celebration of Negro parUdpation. 1:. If given time, shell make her FEB. 14
History: Week a abort The observance come each goal ,
period denoted to public exercises And youll be proud to
year about the neeond-Sunday: in nay 8
nmpu iring: the salient facts February the object ire being to America is the greatest land;* p.m., 1959
of Idstorj laflneftced by the Ne- select the week whichwin include America for me. TAX AND TIP
croea znalnrr. facts brought to both Feb. 12 and 14>The -Il"f'ne Robert Straughter INCLUDED $10.00
light by the researches and publications Negro History Week is meant to Tickets OQ sale at Ne.l'
of the association duringIts embrace the birth dates of both .1. too sing America and am beth Hotel Super Market MalT Elisa
fin 11 years. This step was Abraham Lincoln and Frederick proud of my heritage. America and Geonrette Tea Room
regarded as timely, and the enlightened Douglas ia the latter case. the the land >f hope and opportunity.fl I NE 4-9360
pnbMcwarmly rerpond-l date that Douglass caluculated Tea I realize its faults and in
ed te the proclamation of this ob- must bare been his natal days 'equalities but I thrill to the very Benefit Community Center Bldg. Fund
serraace The effort was widely Sometimes the celebration can in- name of the U.S. of America..
I .
supported by schools, chnrebeu dude only one date. At each too am an American. .BROWNSVILLE IMPROVEMENT ASS'N
sad club among other races b times the selected date must Include Charles L.
Williams Mrs.
America-<< and abroad. Today the the Negro. Frederick Dong Principal Booker T. Georgette Campbell Chairman of Benefit
eeJe&ratlon enjoy* widespread lass Washington '"
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Matthews SpeaksOn ,

Freedom's Road Race Relationsment I I SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7, ',1959 ,PAGE 3

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1 By RUTH PERRY BENEFIT NIGHTOF WMBM, The Butterball of

____.__.._.._NN NNN W--.._._NNN. MMMM.N N.NM__ STARS AT Station WMBM, Wally Futch.
r'o Jimmy "Salt Pork" Reeves; and
And ye shall hallow the fiftieth 1ream of human equality; BTW FEB 16 many other will known names in

rear, and proc aim liberty 10. Win the Fight for Freedom.If the entertainment world ,

I throughout all the land unto all '$ : The Miami Negro Police Benevolent And don't be surprised If
the Inhabitants: there of: It shall you are not already a mem 4 Association Is sponsoringa "Chlckle Home"" as Madam Effie
' be JuM'ee unto you . 'Levlt'tus ber of the NAACP join today. sensational "Night of Stan" Throcfcbottom appears and sings
\ : 2510.: The NAACP office Is locatted at at Make It If You "
I: on February 16 at 8 o'clock "You Can Try.
809 NW 3rd The telephone
ave.
Booker T. Washington High It all shapes up like a "must"on ,
These words from the Bible are number Is FR 74831 Help to
School Auditorium. The show your list of places to go. Don'tforget
being used to announce the 50th "proclaim liberty throughout all
will be a special benefit for the the date, time and pace.:
anniversary of the National As the land. Join the NAACP.
Patrol -.......
eoclation for the Advancement of a r BTW Safety I '
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Colored People. On Feb. 12., 1909 THEY SAID IT Some of the leading names In
:
show business, appearing In
now I Don't ImpatientJust
the' centennial of the birth of
Gov. Collins speaking in Day the Greater Miami area, will en.
Abraham the NAACPwas
Lincoln tona Beach recently said that tertain during this "Night of month to
,
organized the result of one
as a
the closing: down of the graduate Stars." The evening's bill Includes
Americans.call 'Icsued by 63 distinguished. schools at Florida A and M University such stalwarts as: Wait. February 23rdis

and allowing qualified The sensational Treniers, The

WHAT TilE NAACP MEANSTO Negroes to attend other state Piccadilly Pipers with Bonnie that important date
university graduate schools would Davis, George Kirby, F.lp Wilson '
YOU save Florida a considerable The Remarkable Reubln Mitchelland
amoun of money. He also stated his trio Myrtle Jones Leroy 'I SabberwockGO
In the half alnce
this
century that pettiness was one of the Clifford R. Matthews chair Lang, Alex Stephens and his
t. call was issued the NAACP has "
greatest stumbling blocks to con man of the Social Studies Depart- rr rrr
become a large and powerful structlve solutions. "The race at North Dade High School' ..
body of citizens dedicated to the
issue," Collins added "will never will be1 race relations day apeak
abolition of racial discriminationand be resolved by 'big ,voices and er on Sunday, Feb. 8 at the Central I
segregation" envisioned by I little: minds" "In our state some Boulevard Methodist Church
William Encllfh Walling the I legislators are unabashed about' (white) Rev. H. Bain pastor CLASS
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originator of the Idea for such FIRST
moving to aid their individual and congregatlpn are very proudto
an organization. Since 1909 hundreds
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of thousands of county Interests even when In present Mr. Matthews who
of various American the process, admittedly; they; do won the hearts of the audience
national races religions and serious Injury to the state Inter' when he spoke last year at Bryan
the origins have enrolled In est. It is tragic that there: are Methodist Church In Coconua .with America's 60LDENJOaER
Association to their .
express Grove The speaker has spoken
those in Florida who, because of ,
faith ,
both in the
Negro and In
emotionalism timidity, crass in In many sections of the United
our country's !basic democratic Finest Bourbonin Y
Ideals Their devotion to these difference or political advantage, States and comes to Central witha -
( ideals has are willing to abolish public great deal of training and ex
enlarged the
opportunities schools." perience. He has chosen to speakat a handy
of Negro citizens and en
this 6:30 p.m. service from the
hanced the prestige of the nation. And from Tallahassee House subject "Let us March on Till

Speaker.Designate Thomas D. Victory is Won." pocket flask
The struggle for equal rights Beasley said last week there Is Ann C. Whittaker, reporter \
continues as does the need for a "no chance the state legislature I
"large and powerful body of citi will seriously consider closing
I
zens" to complete the unfinished down graduate schools at FloridaA $% \
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,business of eliminating racial and M University to save mon Something New Added To ,

discrimination and segregation. ey "The people of Florida are The Neighborhood '
willing to pay whatever Is nec-
Membership in the NAACP to maintain .
essary segregation
Body Building GymIN
helps: Beasley declared ,

OPA LOCKA YEARS fOLD
1. Protect your civil rights It could .be that Mr. Beasley is
Boys, stop and take a look at
2. Insure the future of your speaking for his constituents'ears. !
children. However It appears to me the amazing. Mr. Zeak. lie will
to be 'a pretty strong statement. will give strength and power to !'
3. Enlarge your economic and the weak and guarantee yon he
And I doulbt very much that all
cultural opportunities.. the people of Florida would be will put flesh' on that skinny

4. Level segregation barriers In "willing: to pay whatever Is nec structure of yours. So visit

all aspects of, public life, essary" to maintain an undemocratic Zf>,ak'. Home Gym, 1005 NW

6. Strengthen democracy; in unconstitutloal ad un- 102nd St. Zoak will be remembered
the United States of America. American way of life for Florida a* "Super Zeak" for his 86 PROOF

6., Refute anti-American prop Negroes. prowess at body building and ,; 6100 PROOF
weight lifting, which he Introduced BOTTUD-IN-BOND
aganda abroad by correcting racial -
,injustice at home. at Nassau on a competitive
CLEANING scale. Zeak was also one of 4/S QUARTS
7. Secure the '
fellow. Americans rights of your WILLIE HARRIS the stalwart of St. Agnes track .. < PINTS ,

and field team. Boys see Zeak } 1YALP PINTS
8. Make America truly "the Specializing. In Cleaning and the Body Builder and you may
land of the free" Waxing Floor, Homes and I be the first Mr. Miami by public

9. Vindicate the American Offices. 2070 NW 210th St., Opa opinion In the very near future.
Locka, phone NA. 10307. ..... ..(
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STAR' MEAT MARKET
Over 20 prominent tavern Anhenser.Busch brewery In St. I Budwcdier on draft leads their h
owners and employees from the i Louis. Following the picture 'alight nearest competitor by almost two

Greater Miami area attended a I buffet was served to the I to one. .

conference sponsored by; Nation jruesti. Retailers of Anheuser.Busch 1520 N.W. 62nd Street

al Brands Inc. on Tuesday evening I. Mr. Mahoney pointed out that products, be stated, are assistedIn .

Jan. 27. Designed to outline. sales of Anheuser-Busch In 195 proper dispensing methods and 0,,
modern methods of dispensingdraft exceeded those of any other that this was an Important factorIn
beer as well' as packaged brewer In the world by almost a achieving BudweJiers com THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE,
beer the meeting featured speak ml'llon' barrels and the firms mandlng lead.

era from National Brands total approximately seven mil 0
Southern Florida distributor for lion barrels, represented the Among those attending the
Budwelser and Mlchelob beers greatest amount of malt beverage meeting were employees; from the
and was moderated by Jack Ma- ever sold by any company In Harlem Gardens, Bunche Park Fresh Neat Low PricesI.
Tops 7-11, Tuxedo Tav
honey.; one year He went on to say that Lounge
of the three hour Budweiser Is the largest selling ern, Jack's Place Club 77,

session Highlight was a technicolor f I I m package: beer In Dade County Baker's Corner Sadie's Bar and

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1959TBMPORA weaklings of my race. The struggle Ito exist as freedom ti ,q. v p u4E ,

. : i : ... developed; the virility, q?f t'towj strain, so that no pressure
the Negro 'has to endure can equal the pressure he has

encountered, and over which he has risen.

I am proud of our contributions to music, to the i'f-

theatre, to literature, to science, to the, world of sports.

'.;. The folklore of America is stamped with the personality I i u

-- of the Negro. Our dialect has ,made new literature. Our
;
: MUTANTUR: KT NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS spirituals have :enriched the music of the world Our syn-

w---\"xhe Times". Are- Changed... . .- And We Are Changed. With Them" .. copated rhythms have given new impetus to musical com-
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L Office' '. at 1112 X.Wrbll'd Ave., Miami, Florida Phone FR 3-2230 position. Our feet have (created new dances. In a sports-

Plant at, 0740. ; N.',. 15U Avenue-Phone OX 10421 minded nation', my people have reached.' the acme of phy- j
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., sical achievement.
Entered. as ,Second; Class Dfatter.grit Of 1027, at the 'Post Office ,
,
My race Betrayed the
by "FifthColumn"
1 coast
at Miami, Florida native -
,:t: umJerv6t. <-> .net of 'March 8, 1870
,. ,.,. -- of Africa, bought by' slave traders, packed into the
GAI? II. E. SJOlSIUN> ,;HKEV1JS Editor holds of foul ships, sold on the block, scourged by the
\TII C. lEEVE4tdging; :' d.fto"'t\Jld' Business Manager1" western man's diseases
: : chained, beaten, starved-yet sur
f ', r
,;
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RATES:
viving.Each
OP ,YE4R.. $4.00 SE*.,']MONTHS $2. O' 'THUEIir adds
"\MONTHS, $t.30 year new names to the roster of great Negroes -

_...,..._. : _' '" :,':'CREDO. _. OF TUB NEGRO Pn S8" : oinnrla i in 'everY; field of human; endeavor. I am proud of
-- ----- every accomplishment nf
.I.. n IW l"IEB el eve8 that. Ariifo.rlC 'an everY.... atnnrTa Jnrtvn T'Vioirare . .
:best lead the world - ----0.- --C.'" ""'oJ o _
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M frgm racial and \nationalwantaQlonibm legion. What w.e are, America has
when made
it accords to every mail us. She need Rev. George ;M1teh&U'\Who
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regardless bt'race; coloror'ereedth1s human and'legal rights. Hating ,not be ashamed of the product. What we produce will be be the guest speaker at.ft VIM tea

no,.man. fearing. no man-the Negro 'Press strives to help every man I hers in its entirety. Escape it, she cannot. sponsored by New Way of ,Life,
1n .
the ik. Arm. .. ,I belfef that, all met"/are' hurt as long as. 'aiijx>ne is held I am a Negro. I am the present and the past. I make Lodge, No. 47,. International. Free

l" Y. 'my future. and Accepted .Modern Masons,.
ltier of .the:'National Newspaper 'Publisher:'Association t 11.1 I I I -.--- -- _ which will be held'on this Sun

'iJ .r Member of_ .theJsocfatcd. < l. jfYegro'-Press: _, day o'clock afternoon, at 200 NW' Feb.13th 8 at. at apt.4
J) 1 . JUST ?
: /f ,. ',' - BROWSN'PAUL / 3. AU members are urged to be

O'I ii? ,YE EDITOR'S.NOTEBOOK, '-"" present. and the public\ Is also invited

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VIRGINIA BOWS TO INTEGRATION' R. HENRY Bro Felton Robinson

r I I 1 I I 1 -.'. r I .. Worshipful Master

'Wile. Florida officials are still "beating around the I The City Commission on Mon 1 ...

bush. .'Jto( use, an old saying) ,trying to pass more laws to I'' day voted to build a new go:f week.Two, In prominent New men died this.

defeat integration ',in public. schools, some other states course and make other improvements tor multl. : York, Vincent As Tuskegee Aliiinni'0 '

that.have been fighting just as hard, or harder than Florida at Miami Springs Golf lanthoplat, mlUonaire. and phi .
great
,..-are bowing to the inevitable. Course. The building will cost of John Jacob Astor great grandson The Miami Tskege f' Alumni'
: In Norfolk 3125,000 and will be started at day died on Tuesf Club wUJ'hold its regular meet.
Va.
where public schools fra heart attack, '
closed
were He
last rather an early date. In Miami, Dr, was er. ing Saturday. Feb. 7 at .8' p,mat .
year than Integra a change has about. Herbert
e, come internationally Elchert, the home 'of;-Airs. Mildred. De
On Monday of 'this week, in accordance with court; The 21st annual Miami to Nassau specialist and known heart Yeaux., '242 tfty:i 12th, it '**
order the doors 'yacht race over'a r 184niile chief of staff of *
of the
scjiools
thrown medicine
: :were: open and104il course got underway on Tuesday at the University of The president urgU-'all'mem'
eager students, including 21 Negroes marched in with 28 boats participating. ''bi'e Miami way killed in an automo bers to be present and on, time.
ten d d l :accident Vital
on business
: . . ._ Atfv., V.. Monday to. will 'be. attneded,
** er 4.4VV, Qa s Of lntegratton HfnHlasin' E. Pnlomom (
** In
[! \s T erything seems st Paul : '
be -"normal-- W I of Jacksonville has been appoint* Minnesota on Wed. I J. Carl'Capers, president
nesday' '
.
ed as chief assistant U. S, At a: sp'ft night, Del Planagan won Mrs I.; C. Mlcklns,' secretary

he Virginia's' Governor, J. Lindsey Almond, who: did all torney for ",the Southern District pas decision over Ralph Du .............................._._.__............h__._._.___..a... ,
cpuld to FJorfda, ? 'J welterweight' ---nn
\ : keep the schools segregated like a good loser o f' .with headquarters In der ? contra

,.'bawed to the inevitable, in respect for the laws of the Mlamf. .. very cfosTone.fd tight and aIn

Federal District and +the Supre'me Court. Stop! Look! Read! .

-Governor Almond let ''ff.be known that he will not The, Civil Rights. Commission the 21st annual '
concluded Miami
it two to
day hearing in Nassau
tolerate3. : any violence. .- New; York CJty'on) Tuesday mile yacht race over a, 184.

The governor should-be commended, and other Among those giving testlmon ;och was course the the 42 ft. yacht Cal II"

Southern. governors would do well to follow his example. were Cardinal Spellman of the hours, 34 minutes|winner and77k829 .
Florida's Atty. ;'Gen.-Richard.Eryin, and Supt.,Thomas Diocese of New York and former ondsJ .

Bailey, have suggested a ""parent'option-tultibn. plan that baseball star, Jackie Robinson '
,The, commission heard a National Dp you 'have any problems
they-believe would offer an-escape from forcedintegra- Boxing
plenty about Association
discrimination in rates with home
Henry affairs love
tion. or
v ', ? housing in New Cooper British
YorkCltyf heavyweight
f '
Both 's IJ\o as boxer marriage set back,
House and Senate' adera are have en- month COoper of the money pr

dom ,ihis plan. The; plan"viroald1 allow parents to with The 'J5,000,000 Palmetto By heavyweight, title won on the British bu.ineaa'troubles? Are you

drtf'v r tJi ir children' from any! integrated, ,schools if they pass will soon get underway. now wants to get Jan 12. He mistreated by Him or Her?
The a
contract has chance to Do bad
been fight
let by the Champion downfalls seem
wanted to, and the state wopdall2tm) !; ,$240. a year State Road Doard Dept. Work Floyd Patterson to follow
for regardless what
private tuition. Patterson
i ii I will.. .begin_.. from. an Interchange hnttf t with has ,signed..,_ for a you do? No relief. Would
i 11JIIThe: Florida Legislature would have on us 5in Hialeah Gardens -RWAt1"..--u IS 9
and send it to the voters of the state for spa* tbispI89; *tmth to "NW 12th st. along the Johannson Light heavywefght.Ingermar you like to get on the road
gvbr Champion
line of 77th ave Archie to real success? God is' able
Moore
Whether
,\, such a plan,, i!:it becomes law would be in Middleweight and to
accordance with the ruling, of (fthe'-United..3tates'Supreme Here is a very nice Hay Robinson Champion have Sugar carry you thru. See the
thing to
of
Court is for signed up man God today for real,
a matter of opinion. have done. Mrs. Farrington a tight That I
wife one Is
1 ; 1 f of Officer Prince Farrington, has be a toughie: going to advice today.. Address:

NAACP,50TH ANNIVERSARY been quite ill at the Jackson Me At '
mortal.She has already used' 45 unit the Miami Deach' AUdHort{ 424 N.W.14th"Ave>> ',
'
This' week we hail the National Association for the pints of blood, Police Capt. Jack weight on Tuesday night, 'welter.

Advancement of Colored Maddox put out a call for blood 10. Mlckey Crawford lost Fort .
People upon its 50th Anni over the police radio. White round decision' to a LauderdaIe: FtAe-. .) t'
and Gomeo
versary.During : Brennan
Negro ,. . .
officers volunteered to ; Jo' .... ,
the life of this ... ..... 1" t "
give -
organization it has fought for blood, We are Jiving In = r .
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the rights of Negroes with every legal weapon at its com- good city Of course you already a I ..... :..Siff. .uc4

mand. Many of. its battles have been won. and Negroes know ,that. 1 '.,.." '.,.
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acc UURY enJoYIng'rlghts and privileges which have The REDUCED TO' $15,500; : a 'r- .. I"'
always been theirs, but denied them simply. because they plan Roman Catholics) of Miami : '...;1' :: '1)

land.were not challenged, and ,fought for in the courts,of the Voice"paper..publishing It will' be called Its own"T news h e 1368 N.W. 56th STREET ,.j$:::"' .

and will .
make
its '
The National Association for the ance on March 12. appear. TWO HOMES o FOR 'PRICE OF ONE't.; : i
Advancement of . .
Colored People is an interracial organization.: Senior Citizens YOU CAN LIVE RENT FREE!. ,* *" / <, '
receiving
The social
organization is not generally liked, especially in security checks Owner 'has 1"'h"
were pleased been
the South, more so, .since..its victory In the ruling of the Tuesday when they received on bargain asking $17.500-now a allable.at
an price
of
Supfeme Court, during 1954, declaring segregation in increase of 7 percent That. will low price. $15,500-Definitely a sale';tat this ,
First
public schools illegal.. help out quite a bit. call come, first served. Dtfve;'byt-f e," lf4J '- '-

the nation's However among its 300,000 members' are. some. of In New York City on Monday .. :....."..ofno, :} ,
most outstanding citizens. There are Jhou- evening 800 Chelsea Realty
evening school Realtor ,
sands PL
of people who in teachers 44685
are adcord with the program of resigned. They wanted ,
the NAACP, but must remain quiet because of economic ent an increase salary in their salary Pres Evenings and Sundays-NA 4.2684: II,. 1 11)1

reasons. For this we can hardly blame them. 126.94 112.25. 'They want ,
per evenlrfg. "
Even those who dislike the organization, must admit

that Jt fight for the ,rights of; American citizens in the Nat King Cole vv l. be leaving ..,euldl[.:.1 J .

courts of theUnited States. Is this a crime? Why the hate? sometime next month for a tour '

yTVe congratulate; ;the association upon i its accompllsh- cial of South touch.America with an offi MIDWAY PARK. :

... is far,,and wish forts future success. help Maybe King Cole wi'l
_ to
*"* <"" soothe the
.. ,. feeling of
1 I _.) '.' Latin Americans and
In connection know have them ( DRUG STORE
with that Uncle
Negro Sam
HistoryWeetoFebv? 8-14,, is not as I
WA. nnhlisH. . the. followlrifr- .- paper '\frHfrfin"Kv n Cmrncrnscnuui hlah... bad as ,some of them think) 2206
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Biuueiu., See other articles on .' N.W. 62nd Street
z.
- page .J Disasters and .
more disasters (OPPOSITKPRESCRIPTIONS .' .
J.AM A NEGRO r.. j., The Danish ship "Hans Ilettoft"struck . OONSUUERS) -
vaq By MAVIS NIXCWJU ( Ai 1'd : '
B. an. Iceberg last Friday ACCURATELY,

I .offer; apologies for jnjr [color, I+:am proud of my South 97 sQuls of to Greenland, and carried FILLED .

ped tei'fftiW; in i :tfre past, for th ij'lfutujra,., , ; (tIn New York a watery on grave.Wednesday Trusses Surgical Belts Elastic Stockings

I am proud of my slave h; itage; for that has made morning an American airliner VITAMINS FOR
THE
people strong:? It'has arriving from ENTIRE FAMILY
my made them strong'enough to endure Chicago, in a MONEY ORDERS
anyAiHihlp.ati: > i rviv, jTt harmado them strong heavy mist failed to make the linING THIS PHONE NE 5-3022
etirviV and :adwanke airport and crashed Into the East AD AND RECEIVE A 10 '
enough'-o > ) ||It e them strong River with Its 67 PERCENT DISCOUNT
t1 ndvance and Slavery passengers and ON ALL YOUR PURCHASES
enough' conqueh, d, ;r2t.he none crew. Sixty fire died. --- - -
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Fr.. ells' JVYr. h 1t k.r k.
4 *, These;,nxost pu1al 'a s; &1.L. !

I entertainers will 'appearin'"a pre + fn f- V a" : r, a 4 .1'1 '4rNt'1r 1>tih
" l' dance hcw ldondayFeb; 9 at' '

: '. i l' '. 8P m.,gat1141'y: :< ,.ned met .:MardI
' .. gmgrpance 'In 'the' parish hall,
'I't : trot \flW"uat' at'. y ; b''g'

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: f Us 'have not had the
' r I' wa opportunity to feee these agile ht,14 w I
. ;:: pnta 3 ln 'person.*This will' be a* +
,. most opportune time, to contrlb

uate to a worthy cause as well as

Fpr'thls reason we' are suggest.. :".. .
log that you come early' as a
C'l ar I If
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large present.;crowd- la expected to be- (:" , .,',," .. ; 1IiLt, ;>---l
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The ',,., art 1
highlights of the evening f IIi :
will be the awarding of prizes i .,'tit'"

for the best cdstumes. Come cas- '... -............"., ",,", ,
ual come 'in -
your costume :
or what o: ,-,.
you so desire
wil: '
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you \' '\ .
be' ready in any attire. ,. ;
The pubic is invited and bring ''I
a guest. Donation 75 cents.

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Walter Bow,

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,ns Il 1 C
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The.C.;'W. 'H, Chamber of Commerce

will meet at the home of ,
e James Outler in WashingtonPark + S

'Monday; night, Feb. 9, at 9

o'clock be present.. All members are askedto ; yy .4:' wit' kIk'1J

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The beautl lan of West Holly-; .a I y 1 .r A j T7
woodandHallandale' Will presenta

Pre-Valentine dance and fashion

show at the Paradise Club, . :' i -I \ '
,
Monday night, Feb. 9, Ticketsare : :
on sale- at Eleanor's Salonof
Deauty in West Hollywood
and the Vogue Beauty Shop in

Hallandale, Come and enjoy I .: 1 /r ,,, ..r4ly."n>I
yaunellf.'John : Pictured are two' vlewsi: ; of the - I j' .T ,J, .' HffJt U

H/ Howe celebrated his I group which attended the. 'staff THE' MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY Library Present ,noU
I dinner sponsored last Thursday t' ; ftloH,
sixth birthday On ian: 29, at the : FEBRUARY 7 1959 \ :PAGfiV
home, of his parents, Mr. and night ,by the Bonded Collection' ,. .; 'Negro HistoryriWP.r.

Mrs,,.Walter, Dowe of West, Hoi Agency for Its Negro Employees
t lywo'pd.Donnie( and their guests. The stellar affair ,,' r' t, .. nt bn.' uw
was field at St. Agnes' new, .ogram ,t./'rl'UI/ '20'\\

daughter of Mr. and well appointed social hall at The Doraey Mem.orllUf nch
Mrs. Charles Reddln, celebrated 1740 NW 3rd court. Practlca'iya11 eS0naIention.' I. of the Miami Public in
Jtlttrl'rJ ,
her seventh. '' '\J ;
birthday the homeof of the employees, their cooperation with the >M.rreU
her grandmother. on Sunday guests, and a number of other .,' : :Branch YWCA, will present Its
FE;b, 1 She had - - - - - - - - -
\ta swell party andre key persons In'' tse! community, I annual program! celebrating Negro -
:Ived! many gifts.SilasPawldns. affair and
attended the enjoyedits History Week Tuesday
I' ,bars. Mtb>'! Dorsett Thompson, on
festivities.In BTWHigh Band
many music instructor at Booker ,T, evening, Feb 10 at 8 p.m.

,, ,' the upper photo, standing in Washington? ,High School. ,returned Parents Club News H, Daniel Lang, Urban League
the center of the head table Ifc last weekend ftom FJa, A andM The Booker: T. WashingtonHIgh executive secretary, wl'l serve as
Wedding< the Yen, John, E. Culmerj rectorof University' where she was invited School Band Parents' Club guest speaker. Mr. Lang will re
St. Agnes and Archdeacon for to serve as chairman of a Is aa'tlng: for donations to purchase I view the Lonesome Road' by Jay

A. quiet, but, attractive, wedding Negro Work In the Ejlocese>< of session of the, annual State Music band uniforms,, band Instruments I Saunders Redding An open ,discussion
took place at Temple Baptist South Florida, who was the prln Educators' Association I Clinic( ahd equipment All period for the audience
Church last clpal speaker. Lower photo slows Mrs. 'Thompson'reported the churches business firms and civic will follow! the review.
evening
Friday when'Ml
portion of the 'crowd present.Fr. clinic as 'having a most successful and community organizations
s Ernestine Dawkins, and, Mr, a session. 'I Other
I and outstanding are asked to help In this cause I Items on the program ,
Woodrow Silas exchanged altar Culmer gave, the employeessome by making a cash donation of as will include recordings of muslo
vows.. The bride was given In sound advice, common Friends of Mrs. Frances Carter much as possible: Many thanks and poetry by well known artists
marriage by her'aft.er., and the sense suggestions and practical a member of she, Washington in advance i and writers.The .
attendants were Mrs. Laura recommendations which If conscientiously High Facuty: are pleased to Donations may be made to the I
Howard and James Tatters her work after long ill program will:l be held In
JAn followed: will undoubtedly see at a office at Booker T. WashingtonHigh
soot The ceremony I I the library at 100 N W17th st,
performed
was
I go a long way In making ness School or to Timothy Say. All activities at the library arc
the
jby Rev. li.
AIVThorapson! -- -
them better employees ie, bandmaster or Mrs. Annie
free and
to the public,
open
! and, Mrs. Vernell'Strachan was Mrs. Lillian Mazon has been Johnson, president of the band
at 'h ,t9rgtd..,') ".. *. A full! course turkey < dinnerwas somewhat- 'Indisposed, but was Parents' Club I I I

X ..?- served and enjoyed. doing nicely," at,,. the.. Christian
JabherwocktGalaInternational; : "i Hospital. .
Theemplo yees were IntrodUced I Gay Enchanting Exciting

by Ernest Russell,' their sup Mr. Joseph Kershaw, teacher MINCY'SFULLY 23 in
srvlsor, and ,Charles C. North, H Washington High School Is in EQUIPPED I Days Europe
low 4r ,tbUt> f ,,Now hear I111e'1'6'ih public relations director or the the Christian Hospital. with a foot VISITING
annual Jabberwock agency, served as toast master. injury LAWN SERVICE London FrnnkfortAmMtordain
J'oul can't aftrct'to: rnfas,1>" ..!Photos by Johnson of Miami .,.... Florence
I.
j There I wllljba superb dances I Friends are pleased to learn I Spraying of chinch ,bug Lucerne Nice'
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\ from around the world, songs n that Albert: Cooke, a member of Fungus and army' worms Home part
the faculty .of the Dorsey Junior
and, skitstrom the Oriental Monte Carlo
High School who, ,has been 111 at Call NE 4-0400 .
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well as the Occidental. The theme MIAMI BANKER the Jac'cson Memorial Hospital \

"Jabberwock Goes .International'. 'or some, weeks (Is /better and at Before: 6 p.m.after: 4 p.m. Leave New York June1 '2J

will) delight yottng'tuid'ofdThe TO, TEACH home_ __again .,. ..,.11.,; ,... "'! 4820 'N.W,, 56th, StreetHICKS' . Return New York July"14 ,
;
date Is FeB j23: Tl1tfPlteeJa : ,
looker T. Washington'High. AFRICANSJack i Stanley1, Sweeting of the Miami +- t't

ands the time is 8 p.m. Times Staff Is recovering froman I ALL, EXPENSE; "inrt, ..
operation at the Jackson Me
;Hazel of publicity E. Wright. ''Chairman D, Gordon Federal, president Savings and of mortal Hospital, He should be I r $963.00 ", '.- ,.,
Washington
jut In, a day or two.
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- - - --- -.... Loan Au'n has been set to Ethio Photo Studio.V $96.00 Down
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r-trr r ptatby; the International Coopera- , 20 Month to Pay

Don't be ImpatientJust Mon! Administration to help de- I ortraiU'l'' ,
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month to loan system for the African na- James E. 1 K s, P "f.J 'on ifplnrdpe'
one Ink1 I
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Lion The Dade County BautlciansClub r : m\ ta nUl

Wait. February 23rdis Unit No. 49, II sponsoringa ',Stallot ''I ', Ol .1 j ,NORTH'S. 'iLlfo.q!
One savings and loan association Seance Tea Reading on Sunday TRAVEL
""', BUREAUiB 'j \
NW
2440 6bth'St. '
that important date has already been charteredin Fee. 15, from 4 to, 6 p.m., at th* I : 'i ,.*' 1,104 N.W. 3rdrArep' .:..
Ethiopia by Emperor Halle Se home of Mrs. Betty Fisher,: 920 Phon iN .3J.66
wock lassie, and Gordon .will help traIn$ NW 65th lit The public, Is cordially ;'I ,liP, .Phone PR:0-6770 ti2ui
Jabber : Charle C. North, Manager
personnel to adopt the 'syotenz'to Inrtud. A. donation.will be
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Sharon Devoe, Kevin TAX INCREASE
Bartlett
MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper JESCA Club ,News North ,James Stubbs and Char All who
honored at Cen persons received their
lene Wynn were
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7 1959 pay check 4n the month of
THE ROYAL KNOUTS! ter 1 and Kerry Johnson Smith ,and Gregory Jef- uary, 1959,. found that there Jan-wasa
Club of the Lomax Everett larger deduction for
The Royal Knights the social
at Center
honored
James E. Scott Community As frey Young were security tax. This Increase In
Jet.frey'a the
22
Jan. ,
2. Thursday,
club that gives rate went Into
soolatlon Is a tax effect with
services the community mother, Mrs. Doreen Young the first payroll after
freely to at the Jan, 1.
for him
and provides for Its members gave a party 1959.

wholesome recreational and so school. served Delicious and all refreshmentswere had a de- Edward P. Blonston, manager
hfi cial outlets. This club Is compos time. of the Miami (North) District
ed mainly of Senior High School lightful
r' office of the Social Security Administration

boys from the Liberty City area explained that the
pbrSy and meets Thursday 7 p.m. conferences were
every Parent-teacher new tax rate on wages Is 21h
to 9 p.m. at the Liberty Square held at Center 2, Jan. 28 and at cent from the wages paid to the pr
Auditorium, 6304 NW 14th Ave.. Center 1, Jan. 30. Both groups employee. The employer will have
Some of the activities that the were well attended and refreshments to pay the same amount of tax
members have planned for this were served.
f 2% percent, when he preparesand
year are: Father-Son Banquet, sends the social security tax
Hay Rides and a closing dance. the returns to the Director .
Friday, Feb. 13 at 7:30: of Internal
/ We must say here, however, program committee of the Patrons Revenue. The social security
that these are only a few of the Council Is presenting Mrs. for self-employed people will be
activities that have been plan Ethel McCloud .from Family l 3-and-three-quarter percent on
Y' ned for the year. If you are Interested Service as lecturer for the evening the net Income from their business -
k : In becoming a memberof In 'the Liberty Square Auditorium operation during 1959
: the Royal Knights Club you An interesting film will ,Mr. Blonston also explain
are invited to attend our meetIngs also be shown. This is a joint that the rates are scheduled to
every Thursday or call the council meeting and all parentsare Increase agaJn In 1960 and every
r,; office of the James E Scott Com asked to attend. i I i I 3 years thereafter.DON'T .

p.pw munity Association for further
Information PL 8-4791.

t i TEENAGE FUN NITE
LOSE YOUR LICENSETO

I'x The Teenage Fun Nlte of
i Jesca is fast becoming a favorite DRIVE

for all teenagers in our commun Everybody Can Get And Everybody Can Afford ,
i ity. If you are a teenager andare
,w s cs Interested In "A Night of AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE AT

.. !Id Fun," every Tuesday 7:30 p.m.,
then you are Invited to come to SERVICE FIRST INS., AGENCY
1 the Liberty Square Auditoriumand

enjoy ping pong, checkers, 645 N.W. 36th St. 16650 N.W. 27th AvenuePL
card playing and dancing eaoh 9-5284 NA 4-1811
Tuesday our Fun Nile has various
disc jockeys: for your entertainment Six ,Months Policies ,Start as Low as $12 Down

I In case you should get
hungry or thirsty our snack bar

Ruth N. Polite New to a worthy cause. will be open for your convenience. -- t .,' )
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For ten consecutive years Mrs.
President of Cwest Polite has worked as a home celebrating Children birthdays from both during Centers the For FREE Pick-up and
bound teacher In the Special Ed.
ClubMrs. ucation Department of Dade month of January were honored I Delivery Service on
Friday afternoon, Jan. 30 with ,
County School system Since 1957 ; Prescriptions
Ruth Polite, Intellectually she has worked as an instructorin parties. Cake and ice cream were I
keen and charming In manner, the reading Improvement pro. enjoyed by everyone and gay ;r SERVICE
brings to the Cwest Club a wealthof gram In the Evening Division of party hats were worn. AlfredDave I
public relations techniques, Northwestern High School. This DRUG STORE
and culminated leadership experiences. dedicated person is rounding out ; "Prescription
Compounding
She is a reliable and 33 years of continuous service to
constructive follower. A native I the teaching profession, and } t I IIR, Specialists"
Miamian, she has grown with the hopes to give many more, appar '
community and actively partici ently. The urge to continue pos Sundries Gifts
pated In Its varied development sibly comes from the fact that a Patent Medicines
enterprises. Her --toother, the late her daughter'Mrs.: $;). N. North, Is Y ppb1"b qt< '"'
Mrs. Hannah H. Taylor, a teach a teacher of English at the Dor- Greeting Cards

er, civic worker and p.loneer'was soy Junior High School; her son 4 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
the' guiding.torce In her life. Quentin L. North, is a teacher of .
,Mrs. Polite is a product of the I Social Science at the Booker T. SIDNEY T. COX
1 public school of Jacksonville and Washington High School, and I Registered Pharmacist Phone FRanklin 3-2932
Miami. She holds a bachelor of she Is the proud grandmother of .
arts degree from Florida A&M two delightful children, Kelvin
University, a masters degree anda and Velda. .
professional diploma from Columbia On January 13, 1959, at the ._ ........... a.

University. home of Mrs Daisy Benson, this
Professionally; she has life lady of many talents and much Bondu's WORLD FAMOUS
membership: In the National Ed potential was elected and Install.
ucation Association, the American ed as president. Within this short I
t Teachers Association, the period of time the Cwest ClubIs
Council for Exceptional Child well on the way with structured 'Around Miami'ON WMBMg
committee participation and
ren. Dade County Teachers' Association
points to her with 'pride programs designed to help better
{ and enhance community life for .
as one of its chief standard
i bearers and ardent workers. She young people, 'adults and senior TOPS IN LISTENING '

has been known to assume and citizens . carrying out the ...
perform the duties of officers purposes for which the club was : THE
.
I KING COLEMAN
organized SHOW
and committee members who foi- "
got or became enmeshed with l The newly elected officers are: s THE GOSPEL "
overworked programs. The records Mrs. Mena Jackson, vice president BLIND BOY SHOW
of the association reveal ; Mrs. Blanche Dean record, O THE BUTTERBALL SHOW
that she has held many offices : Ing secretary; Mrs. Annie Mae '-.

recording secretary, correspondIng : Twine, corresponding secretary; o LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLIOTT J. ,PIEZE
secretary, chaplain, and Mrs. Lucille Rlou, treasurer; Mrs.
chaired many committees. At Naomi Espy, parliamentarian. e REV. IRA McCALL
present she is chairman of the In addition to the above names
Constitution Committee. the membership Is composed of MON. THRU FRI.
She was christened and rearedin Mesdames- Mattie Barkley, Daisy 800 ON YOUR RADIO
Dethel AME Church, and Is a I Benson, Eddie Daniels, Myrtle
At 5:00
Davis, Alice Dean, Hulda: Frai p.m.
member of the
working Chapman
( Board of the church. Socially she ler, Carrlft Johnson, Elizabeth. ----_.". _._ 4. ..'"

finds time to maintain membership Espy Johnson, Lurel Julius, Ova
in the Egelloc Club and the Klllens, Miss Nellie Moore, Addle 1220ON
Poinsettia Bridge Club. Sampson, Chloe Sweeting Bessie
Mrs Polite is considered one I Slater, Maggie Robinson, Wlllena No Admission at The
of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority's Smith, Doris 'Stevens and Wini YOUR DIAL .
fred Thompson.-
,"wheels." As past president of
Beta Tau Zeta Chapter for a two Publicity committee of the .. BOOKER TERRACE
Cwest Olub
year period and with the coopra I
tlon of the executive officers and
members, new programs and COCKTAIL
plans were initiated and launched THIS AD IS WORTH 50 CENTS WITH ANY LOUNGE
: namely "Woman Dt.the Year" $3.00 ORDER
"Cinderella Search," "Zetas of '
the Year," 'Men of Tomorrow," 4200 .Northwest 27th Ave.

I "Zetarettes(Friends of and Zeta)Zeta the Amlcae"second Sugar Hill Valet ServiceDRY This is the place where everyone goes for the best

chapter set up In Florida. at that in entertainment land dancing"HAPPY

time.At the last Southeastern Re. CLEANING AND LAUNDRY .

gional meeting held in Atlanta, 544 ROSE

during the month of November, N.W.14th St. And His Band .
was honored be. *'
he signally by
ing appointed state director of "We :Specialize in Fun, Wedding Gowns, Formal Featuring Etta Jones -
Zeta, Amlcae In Florida Taffetas and Suing"

You will find this energetic Rugs Hats Drapery Blankets Chenille AMATEUR NIGHT '
person working with other Greek
letter organizations, as ardently BedspreadsFor Every Wednesday f
as her.own." During Alpha Kappa Quick Pickup and Delivery
Alpha's and Kappa Alpha Psi'a PRIZES & FUN GALORE
annual scholarship efforts, she CALL FR 4-0464
was on the front :lines of participation IRVING No Admission
E. CURTISS KARI CULMER Local MUmlftns No Admission
with them. She is never h

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Bombings in Past

MEETIND.C. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1959 PAGE 7
i r Club women from all over the
United -States met in Washington ,
Four Years D. C. January 25-26 for a afternoon In particular.The .
.
National Emergency Conference workshop emphasizing tho
. '- called by the president of the Young Aduts: Department was LOTS FOR SALE

SIN FLORIDA.h, National Association of Colored held on Saturday afternoon. Easy Term

--..-, -, ...........-............-- -.. Women's Clubs, Inc., Dr. Rosa rotor
During the business session it Build
Seventytwo 'bombings and attempted II Gragg. The conference' was in on your
bombings took place in PHIL OSSOFER session at Association House, the was voted to renovate the head mine'
the past four years. Of these, ten National Headquarters of the organization quarters building and, install an We take care of financing
elevator in th /'four build
SAYS story
were unsuccessful, the dynamite :
ing. Committees were appointedto NO MONEY DOWN
Among the
emergencies listed
failing for one reason or another
V.. -...... - ......- by Dr. Gragg serve in strategic Mas.
were finance
to explodge. There were Cub paid for your lot or
bombing attempts In nine of the Negro History Week, which membership, adequate files of Mrs. A. D. Dolen, president of home
11 states with 25 In Birmingham spotlights the achievement of names, and addresses of members, Florida Association of Colored
and 17 in Tennessee. These 72 many great souls, brings to my settlement: of the Frederick Women's Club, Inc. attended this Money loaned on your
Incidents fall into the following mind the story (as told ,by Mr. Douglas property with CHen Cove meeting and made most significant Home or Lot
categories: Arna Bontemps in "The tory of Home Cooperation, arrangementsof contributions to the overall
The Negro,") of John Chavis, a a satisfactory agreement with I program. Baron JE' 8-1340
Negro homes-34 young Negro slave in North Caro the Fredrick Douglas Memorial Publicity Committee of the ,
Synagogues and Jewish line in the late ITOO's. At this and Historical Association trustees I Owest Club
-
Centers-7 time and place, Negro slaves were ; Improved health and welfare .,
Negro churches-6 & "
believed to be "untouchable." programs and the revamping -
Public schools-6 One important white man disputed of the young adults department.
Places of business this opinion and wagered COMMUNITYDRUG
Miscellaneous AUhough: the nat..ona.ulocl'' \ .
another
that the Negro was
Of the 34 bombings of Negro of capable atlon. has a membership of ,more
accepting
even higher
homes, 23 were apparently efforts education. He believed that with than 300,000, Pres. Gragg has C
to punish or intimidate Negroea all other things being equal, a launched a membership drive to STORE
from moving Into "mixed"or Colored: person could do as well Increase this number to 700.000 ,I
predominantly white neigh or more. In addition to increas
'iborhoods. in college'as a white person. ing the membership club women i; COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St

The other 11 Negro homes John Chavls was chosen as the are also to campaign for every
were apparently bombed becauseof test, and sent to Princeton Uni woman to become a registered PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut
their owners or occupantswere I versity. He returned with an excellent voter.
Negro ministers, lawyers, I education, and was soon Miss Chole Clifford, Kentucky, Rate Drugs Free: Delivery
NAACP officials and a student conducting a preparatory school president of the General Federation -
at an integrated public school. for the sons of the same men who of Women's Clubs was guest COSMETICS' GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
wondered whether a Negro could speaker Saturday morning. Miss 8EALTE8T ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIQHT BILLS
Seven homes or places of business learn from boo'ts.: His school for Gifford shared her experiences of
of white men Including two white boys was highly regarded, her European visit and told the PHONE OXford 1-7515
clergymen were targets of bomb. and his graduate ,became leadersin ladles how necessary it is for
ings. A Greek Orthodox Church the state in the next genera. club women to work together for C. M. JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop

\ was also bombed. .,y "", tlon doctors lawyers, justices, world peace. ,
" " " -
Attacks were made on public and at least one governor of Among the consultants' this
schools in six cities (three of. the North Carolina, Charles Manley, meeting were Dr. Helen Edmonds .
schools being l integrated) and one Jr. Of his work as an educatora Social Science Depart
on a municipal auditorium. prominent man of the South ment, North Carolina University, OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
Bombings or attempted bomb said, "Of all the many schools and Atty. Jean Murrel Hayden.
ings also occurred In other maintained for the training of The women voted to accept the SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
states, notably Peoria, 111 (synagogue our. youth", his waa the best in I Ghana Federation of Women
) ; Osage, W. Va. (inte the state. (Africa) as an affiliate of NACW PSYCHIC READER

grated public school), Boston My point in quoting the John Alaska was officially designated
as part of the Northwest Regional
Jehovah's
( Witnesses
meeting Chavls is
story not to prove his
of the Association Plans!
place) Tulsa home'lnmixed
(Negro uniqueness, but to show how
were net In action to Invite the
neighborhood Eaaton
), blind prejudice kept Southerners s
Md. (home of Negro children ate from learning from his case The biannual to Alaska
The opening Inspirational mess
tending an integrated public history of the South since hi
school), Chicago (integrated time is deplorable sage was given by Rev Dl'laM
while: Negro
house H. Drown, rector of St. Luke'sProtestant !
apartment
) history in the same area emphasizes Episcopal Church. Theo

live of these 'bombings were this fact; the fellow wh Sunday morning message was delivered
stayed in the ditch
in Florida: Negro there to keep the toy Rev Douglas Oliver: ,
remains submerged missionary to India. The association
Sorrento, Nov. 13, 1955, home there alone, for his quarry has, contributed $731.50 In cash
of Allen Platt-Gasoline bombs. under adverse conditions, found and made pledges amounting to
Platt's children, dropped from ways of rising out of the ditch, $1,390. This took place In Detroit t
school rolls on claim they were far above his oppressor. during the August meeting, : :

part Negro sued to compel their and was done in order to assist M 1 _
admission. Rev, Oliver In his. work In India
Havana, Oct. 21, 1967, Negro Don't be ImpatientJust On Saturday morning the delegation -
church-Blast tore hole in church toured the White House Let my year of Experience guide and protect you through
yard, the aftermath of killing of month Sunday morning the ladles visited '
one to Life A* n Lighthouse guides the ship in A storm
white man allegedly; by Negro. Fredrick Douglas' Home and
Miami, March 16, 1958, school Wait. February 23rdis the olulb's property at 1114 "0" WIIICN OTIIKIU9 FAIL YOU SICK MB
St., NW.
annex of Temple Beth El-$6,000
For Success in Business And Love
The Federated Clubs of Wash .
damage. First terror explosion in
Miami since 1951.Jacksonville that important date ington and nearby communitieswere CONSULT HER -

April 28, 1958, gates. gracious Many beautiful to visiting coffee-'dele You can now have your home made happy

Jewish Center-92,000 damage. Jabber wock breaks and smorgasbord luncheons Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
Telephone threat received immediately were arranged throughout 0 Don't Stay in the rut get out now .
after explosion from. the meetings and on Saturday By the help of God she can help you
"Confederate Underground."
Jacksonville, April 28, 1958, Remove evil Influence, if you are sick, worried or in
James 'Weldon Johnson Junior MANAGING AND MAINTAININGMORE troubleIt

High School (for Negroes) will pay you to call and eel this Gifted Medium First
UOOOOdamage.. School four THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITSIN
miles away from Jewish Center. Where thoiwandg come yearly for help and advice, you too can
Doth'expl0810D.l within half DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES be touched by this strange mysterious power

suit No integration,in Jacksonville.dispute or 1 hour'l WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

-- .. The Largest Organization of came God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel
: of old i. still alive today And will open a way for you through
Beautiful Home on its Kind in The South Serving the troubled seam of "'.. Let not him that Is blind lead you or

Your Lot Colored People"For you' stumbles; with him.
Do you doubt the exUtence of thing because you cannot see
L. L. BROOKS '
1t kv aietac&t1lX. Fast, Efficient Service" Call PRESIDENT them?
What do you think of the Invisible wave and sound that

make WlreleM, Telephone, Radio and Television ponatble?

I 4 A need before It promt, He concealed! secret, silent in the

dark earth or womb of Nature. THKRB IS AN "UNSEEN

:-\ E CV, INC.i POWER"Therefore

Complete building atrvlce acquaint yourself .

PLANNING I P with the one who U an .
authority. Whose private
BUILDINGI
12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS>>
consultation will evolve
FINANCINGYour you r
1110 N.W. 73rd ST. .. PL 09827 state of mind. ,
New Horn to a higher
3461 GRAND AVE. HI 42447

REPAIRING 4240 N.W. 27 AVE. NE 53486 All Information is '_ .

REMODELING 7102 N.W. 14TH AVE. PL 1.0327
RENOVATING 6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. > ,j ..: PL 9-99$0 Strictly Confidential
17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. CE 53563 _
Office Hour f> a.m.-8 p.m.
Over Twenty years of Perrln .
Construction Exporfonco 1022 N.W. 6TH ST. JA 23474 Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 pm.Don't .

Guaranteed 8toofactln, Ft Lauderdale Write -Call in Person
339 HAMMONDVILLE .. WE 33235
RD., Pompano DAILY READING '..00 UP
1PL t 7MOaDaaQ27c I 14410 N.W. 22ND AVE. . MU 80617

Opa Locka 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
( 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. PR 46381
1019 N.W. 6th STREETFt. MADAM HUNTER
NE 5-6171 Lauderdale JA 23474
MAIN OFFICE,
1121 N.W. 29th Street 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami
II 1163 N.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3-8416
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Sharon Devoe, Kevin TAX INCREASE
Bartlett
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THE MIAMI 'tIMES-uTile Peoples' Newspaper" Club ,News North, James Stubbs and Char All. ,persons who, received their
I honored at Cen
PAGE 6 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7 1959 lene Wynn were pay check In the month of Jan-
i I THE ROYAL KXGIIT8 ter 1 and Kerry Johnson, Gregory found
and Jeffrey uary, 1959"- that there wasa
Smith
Club of the Lomax, Everett larger deduction for
The Royal Knights honored at Cen the social
,' James E. Scott Community Association Young were 22 Jef security tax. This Increase In the
Jan. ,
Is a club that gives ter 2. Thursday, tax rate went Into effect

k ...... .} # freely wholesome provide services recreational to for the Its communityand members and so school.gave frey's mother a Delicious party, Mrs.for Doreen refreshmentswere him at Young the the 1959.first payroll after Jan with 1.

served and all had a delightful Edward P. Blonston, managerof

cial mainly outlets.of This Senior club High Is composed Schoolboys time. office the of Miami the Social(North Security) District Ad.

t. from the Liberty City area ministration explained: that the
and meets every Thursday 7 ,p.m. Parent-teacher conferences were new tax rate on wages Is 2%
percent
to 9 p.m. at the Liberty Square held at Center 2, Jan. 28 and at i from the wages paid to the
Auditorium, 6304 NW 14th Ave.. Center 1, Jan. 30. Both groups' employee. The employer will have
Some of the activities that the were well attended and refresh to 'pay the same amount of tax
members have planned for this ments were served.
2% percent, when he preparesand
( 4 year are: Father-Son Banquet, sends the social security tax

4' Hay Rides and a closing dance. Friday, Feb. 13 at 7:30 the returns to the Director of internal -

We must say here, however, program, committee of the pa- Revenue The social security
that these are only a few of the trons Council Is presenting Mr'J.j for self-employed people will bo
activities that have been plan Ethel McCloud .from Family 3-and-three-quarter percent on
t ned for the year. If you are Interested Service as lecturer for the evening the net Income from their business -
in becoming a member In 'the Liberty Square Auditorium operation during 1959.
? 4s of the Royal Knights Club you An interesting film will Mr. Blonston, also explained
are Invited to attend our meetIngs also be shown. This is a joint that the rates are scheduled to
,
L.N; ) a ail every Thursday or call the council meeting and all parents Increase agaJn In 1960 and every
s office of the James E Scott Com are asked to attend. 13 I years thereafter.
b .+ Y munity Association for further I
I' information PL 84791.
t

H b!. efts TEENAGE FUN NITE DON'T LOSE YOUR LICENSETO

The Teenage Fun Nite of
Jesca is fast becoming a favorite DRIVE
R
# ,. L ; for all teenagers in our commun Everybody Can Get And Everybody Can Afford ,
ity. If you are a teenager andare
Interested In "A Night of AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE AT

Fun," every Tuesday 7:30 p.m.,
then you are invited to come to SERVICE FIRST INS., A GENCY
the Liberty Square Auditoriumand
enjoy ping pong, checkers, 645 N.W. 36th St. 16650 N.W. 27th AvenuePL
card playing and dancing eaoh 9-5284 NA 4-1811
Tuesday our Fun Nile has various
disc jockeys: for your enter Six Months Policies ,Start as Low as $12 Down

,a,6 sa a A,8, s + y M z i tainment. In case you should get
'on hungry or thirsty our snack bar
to a worthy cause. will be open for your convenience. -. .
Ruth N. Polite New I ,
Mrs.
For ten consecutive years I.a'n"d'
Children from both
I President of Cwest Polite has worked as a home celebrating' birthdays during Centers the : For FREE Pickup
bound teacher In the Special Ed.
.I Club ucatlon Department of Dade month of January were honored I Delivery Service on
Friday afternoon, Jan 30 with
PrescriptionsSERVICE
i County School system. Since 1967
Mrs. Ruth Polite, Intellectually she has worked as an Instructor parties. Cake and ice cream were I
keen and charming In manner, In the reading Improvement pro. enjoyed by everyone and gay ro
brings to the Cwest Club a wealthof gram in the Evening Division of ,party hats were worn. AlfredDave I
public relations techniques, Northwestern High School. This DRUG STORE
and culminated leadership ex dedicated person is rounding out "Prescription Compounding
perlences. She Is a reliable and 3.3 years of continuous service to '
constructive follower. A native the teaching profession, and Specialists"
Mlamlan, she has grown with the hopes to give many more, appar k
community and actively participated ently. The urge to continue possibly k ? Sundries Gifts
In Its varied development comes from the fact that h. Patent Medicines
enterprises. Her'mother, the late her daughter,;Mrs. 13. N. North, is "
Mrs. Hannah H. ,Taylor, a teacher a teacher of English at the Dor- Greeting Cards

civic worker and pioneer'was soy Junior High School; her 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
the guiding,force In her life. Quentin L. North, is a son'l
-Mrs., Polite is a product of the Social Science at the Booker T. i SIDNEY T. COX
public schools: of Jacksonville and Washington High School, and Registered Pharmacist Phone FRanklin 3-2932
Miami. She holds a bachelor of she is the proud grandmother of
arts degree from Florida A&M two delightful children, Kelvin
University, a masters degree anda and Velda.
diploma from Columbia ddIJI"'Jt"'JtJtJt.. fuMf )t.JtJllJtJtJt.ItIdlJea ItJIJt.IaJt"'JI
professional On January 13, 1959, at the
University. home of Mrs Daisy Benson this

Professionally she has life lady of many talents and much Bondu's WORLD FAMOUSWMBM
membership In the National Education potential was elected and installed
Association, the American as president. Within this short I
Teachers Association, the period of time the Cwest Club
Council for Exceptional Child Is well on the way with structured 'Around Miami'ON
committee participation and .
ren. Dade County Teachers' Association
points to her with 'pride programs designed to help better .
as one of its chief standard and enhance community life for "
bearers and ardent workers. She young people, 'adults and senior TOPS IN LISTENING ,
has been known to assume and citizens . carrying out the
purposes for which the club was. "f
perform the duties of officers
I I THE KING
COLEMAN
organized.The SHOW
and committee members who forgot -
1 or became enmeshed with newly elected officers are:
THE
Mrs. Mena Jackson GOSPEL BLIND BOY SHOW
overworked programs. The records vice president ;
of the association reveal ; Mrs. Blanche Dean record THE BUTTERBALL
that she has held many offices ing secretary; Mrs. Annie Mae SHOW ..

recording secretary, correspondIng Twine, corresponding secretary; e LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLIOTT J. ,PIEZE
secretary, chaplain, and Mrs. Lucille Rlou, treasurer; Mrs.
chaired many committees. At Naomi Espy, parliamentarian. REV. IRA McCALL
present she Is chairman of the In addition to the above names
Constitution Committee. the membership is composed of MON. THRU FRI.

1 She was christened and rearedIn Mesdames Mattle Barkley, Daisy 800 ON YOUR RADIO
? Bethel AME Church, and Is a Benson, Eddie Daniels, Myrtle
At 5:00
member of the Davis, Alice Dean, Hulda Frai p.m.
Chapman
working Board of the church. Socially she ler, Carrlp Johnson, Elizabeth' -----_._..,....._ ...... --- .,- .... .....
finds time to maintain member. Espy Johnson, Lurel Julius, Ova
ship in the Egelloc Club and the Killens, Miss Nellie Moore, Addle 1220ON
Poinsettia Bridge Club. Sampson, Chloe Sweeting, Bessie
Mrs. Polite is considered one Slater, Maggie Robinson, Wlllena No Admission
at :The
of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority's Smith' Doris Stevens and Wini YOUR DIAL . .
fred Thompson.
,"wheels." As past president of
Beta Tau Zeta Chapter for a two Publicity Owest Club committee of the ? BOOKER TERRACE
year: period and with the coopra-
tion of the executive officers and

members, new programs and COCKTAIL
plans were initiated and launched THIS AD IS WORTH 50 CENTS WITH ANY LOUNGE

: namely "Woman ofthe Year" $3.00 ORDER
"Cinderella Search," "Zetas of '
the Year," 'Men of Tomorrow," 4200 ,Northwest 27th Ave.

i I "Zetarettes(Friends of and Zeta)Zeta the Amlcae"second Sugar Hill Valet ServiceDRY "This is the place where everyone goes for the best

chapter set up In Florida at that in
time. entertainment iand dancing"HAPPY

At the last Southeastern Regional CLEANING AND LAUNDRY .
meeting held In Atlanta, , ROSE :
544 N.W,14th
during the month of November, St. And His Band :
he was signally honored by be. '!
ing 'apPointed state director of "We ,Specialize in Furs, Wedding Gowns, Formal Featuring Etta Jones -
Zeta>",Amicae in Florida. Taffetas and Sizing"
You will find this energetic Rugs Hats AMATEUR
person working with other Greek Drapery Blankets ChenilleBed.p..d. NIGHT '

letter organizations, as ardently Every Wednesday S *
as herown. During Alpha Kappa' For Quick Pickup and Delivery
Alpha's and Kappa Alpha Psl'a PRIZES & FUN GALORE
annual scholarship efforts, she CALL FR 4-0464

was -on with the front them.lines She of II participation never IRVING E. CURTISS A EARL CULMKR, Local MUmUn No Admission No Admission

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72 Bombings in Past
MEETIND.C. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1959 PAGE 7

Club women from all over the
United States met in Washington
Four Years D. C. January 25-26 for a afternoon in particular.
National Emergency Conference' The workshop emphasizing the
: called by the president of the Young Aduts: Department was LOTS FOR SALE
National Association of Colored held on Saturday afternoon. Terms
I Easy
5.IN FLORIDA .
'I" II II I .. ......... Women's Clubs, Inc., Dr. Rosa Build lot
it
I -- -- ----- - During the business session on your
I'' Gragg. The conference was in
Seventy-two bombings 'land at was voted to renovate the headquarters or mine
session at Association House th
tempted bombings took place In PHIL OSSOFER National Headquarters of the, or building and, install an We take care of financing
the past four years. Of these, ten SAYS elevator In th /four story, build-
were unsuccessful, the dynamite : ganization. Ing. Committees were appointedto NO MONEY DOWN
the
Among emergencies listed
falling to for explodge.one reason There or another were ..... .... ...... ---....... ...-.--.......-- by Dr. Gragg were finance serve In strategic areas. Cash paid for your lots or

membership, adequate files of Mrs. A. D. Dolen, president of home
bombing attempts In nine of the Negro History; Week, which
names, and addresses of members, Florida Association of Colored
11 states with 25 in Birmingham spotlights the achievement of
settement: of the Frederick Women's Club. Inc. attended this Money loaned on your
and 17 In Tennessee. These 72 many great souls, brings to my;
Douglas with Glen Cove meeting and made most significant
Incidents fall into the following mind the story (as told 'by Mr. property Home or Lot
Home contributions to the overall
Cooperation, arrangementsof .
categories: Arna Bontemps in "The tory; of
John a satisfactory agreement with I program. Baron JE 8.1340
The Negro, ) of Chavis, a
the Fredrick Douglas Publicity Committee of the ,
Negro homes-34 young Negro slave in North Caro-
and Historical Memorla'i Owest Club
Synagogues and Jewish La
line in the late ITOO's. At this

Centers-7 time and place, Negro slaves were tees; Improved health 1 1" ,,, -'- ,- '_ 1
Negro churches-6 believed to be "untouchable." fare programs and the revamping ,
Public schools-6 of the young adults department
One important white man dis-
Places of business puted this and COMMUNITYCOR.
opinion, wagered Although' the nat'ona-1' association
Miscellaneous
another that the Negro was cap-
Of the 34 bombings! of Negro able of has a memhershln of moro
accepting even higher
than 300,000, Pres. Gragg has lD
homes 23 efforts
were apparently education. lie believed that with STORE
launched drive to
a membership
to punish or Intimidate Negroes
all other things being equal, aCoored
Increase this number to 700.000or
I
from into "mixed"or
moving : person could do as well '
addition
borhoods.predominantly white neigh in college'as a white person Ing more.the membership In club to Increas women j COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St

The other 11 Negro homes John Chavis was chosen as the are also to campaign tor every
were apparently bombed becauseof t test, and sent to Princeton University woman to become a registeredvoter. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut :

their owners or occupantswere He returned with an excellent .
Negro ministers, lawyers, education, and was soon Miss Chole Clifford, Kentucky, Rate Drugs Free Delivery
conducting a preparatory school president of the General Federa-
NAACP officials and a studentat COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
integrated! public school. for the sons of the same men who tion of Women's! Clubs was guest! "
an wondered whether a Negro could speaker Saturday morning Miss 8EALTEST ICE CREAM MONEY ORDIRLlGHT BILLS

Seven homes or places of business learn from boo'[IiI. His school for Gifford shared her experiences" of
of white men including two white boys was highly regarded, her European visit and told the PHONE OXford 1-7515
clergymen were targeta of bomb and his graduate became leadersIn ladles how necessary! ; It Is for
0, SR.
M. JOLLIVITTI Prop
ings. A Greek Orthodox Churchwas the state in the next genera club women to work together for

also bombed. 'op 4* tion doctors, lawyers, world peace. _" " ,_ ,, L" '1 _' 1" _
Attacks were made on nubile and at least one JutlceS'1 Among the consultants for thld!

schools in six cities (three of. the North Carolina, Charles Manley, meeting were Dr. Helen Ed
,
schools being l integrated) and one Jr. Of his work as an educatora monds, Social Science Department
on a municipal auditorium. prominent man of the South North Carolina University, OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
said, "Of all the many schools and Atty Jean Murrel Hayden.
Bombings or attempted bomb I maintained for the training of The women voted to accept<< the- SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
also occurred in other
Ings our youth, his waa the best in Ghana Federation of Women
states, notably Peoria, 111 (synagogue the state" (Africa) as nn affiliate of NACW. PSYCHIC READERLet
) ; Osage, W. Va. (Integrated Alaska was officially; designated

public school), Boston My point In quoting the John as part of the Northwest Regional
(Jehovah's Witnesses meeting Chavis story is not to prove his of the Association Han
place), Tulsa (Negro home'In uniqueness, but to show how were set In action to Invite the
mixed neighborhood), Easton, blind prejudice kept Southerners biannual to Alaska.
Md. (home of Negro children at from learning from his case. The The opening/ Inspirational message
tending an Integrated public 'hIstory of the South since his was given by Rev. Dl'larfl
school), Chicago (integrated time is deplorable, while: Negro H. Brown, rector of St. Luke's
apartment' house). history in the same area emphasizes Protestant Episcopal Church. The

this fact; the fellow who Sunday morning uiennnge! was delivered
Five of these bombings were stayed in the ditch to the
keep toy Rev Douglas/ Oliver: ,
in Florida: Negro there, remains submergedthere missionary; to India. The association

Sorrento, Nov 13, 1955, home alone, for his quarry has, contributed $731.60 In cash
of Allen Platt-Gasoline bombs. under adverse conditions, found and made pledges amounting to
Platt's children, dropped from ways of rising out of the ditch, $I,39 O. This took place In Detroit

school rolls on claim they were far above his oppressor.Don't during the August/ meeting,

part Negro sued to compel their .-... - - - - and was done in order to assist .-
admission Rev. Oliver In his work In India.
On Saturday morning the delegation
Havana, Oct. 21, 1967, Negro be ImpatientJust ;
church-Blast tore hole in church toured the White House my years of Experience guide and protect you through
month Sunday morning the ladles visit Life Lighthouse guide the ship In a storm
yard, the aftermath of killing of one to od Fredrick Douglas Home and all n ;
white allegedly; by Negro.
man the club's property; at 1114 "0" WIIKN OTIIKIU FAIL YOU SICK MIA
!Miami, March 16, 1968 school Wait. February 23rd St., NW.
annex of Temple Beth El-$6,000 The Federated< Clubs of Wash. For Success in Business And Love

damage. First terror explosion in is that important' dateJabberwoclk ington and nearby; communitieswere CONSULT HER -
Miami since 1961.Jacksonville .
gracious to visiting I dele- You can now have your home made happy

April 28, 1958, gates. Many beautiful coffee- Get and Hold the position you so long wantedDon't
breaks and smorgasbord luncheons
Jewish Center; -$2,000 damage,
Telephone threat received immed were arranged throughout Stay in the rut, get out now I

lately after explosion from, the meetings and on Saturday t) By the help of God she can help you

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Remove evil influence if are sick worried or in
you ,
Jacksonville, April 28, 1958,
James Weldon Johnson Junior MANAGING AND MAINTAININGMORE ti troubleIt
High School (tor Negroes) will hay you to cull and 1M this Gifted Medium First

_20,000 damage School four THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITSIN Where thousand come yearly for help and advice, you too can
miles from Jewish Center.
Both'explosions away within half hour. DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES be touched by this strange mysterious power

No integration dispute or 1 a w WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

suit in Jacksonville. The Largest Organization of wine Ood who delivered Motes and the children of Israelof

old !I. still alive today and will open a way for you through

its Kind in The South Serving the troubled seam of life. Let not him that !I. blind lead you or
Beautiful Home on
Your Lot Colored People you stumbles with him.
Do -you doubt the exUtence of thing. because>> you cannot see
L, L. BROOKS
Un '"For Fast, Efficient Service"I Call PRESIDENT then?
What do you think of the Invisible wave and minds that

make Wireless, Telephone, Radio sad Television possible?

I\i '::0 A need before It 'Irouta, lie concealed, secret, silent In the
dark earth or womb of Nature. TIIKIUC 18 AN' "UNBKBN

E CY, I'OWER"Therefore

Complete building ..,,Ice r /: acquaint

self with the one who 70urII
PLANNING authority Whose ;
BUILDING 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS .
will .
consultation you 1. w-
FINANCING, 1810 N.W. 73rd ST. PL 8-9827 to a higher state of mind.

Your New Hem 3461 GRAND AVE. HI 4-2447

REPAIRINGREMODELING 4240 N.W. 27 AVE. NE 5.S466 All Information is

7102 N.W. 14TH AVE. PL 1.0327 Strictly ConfidentialOffice

RENOVATINGOver 6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. /, j ..: PL 8-Mo ..
17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. CE 5.3663 Hour 0 a.m.-8 p.m.

Twenty Years of Perrlne $Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Construction Experiences 1022 N.W. TH ST. JA 2-3474

Guaranteed Satoafactleit Ft Laud.rdal. '*" Don't Write-Call In Person ?,
339 HAMHONDVILLI .r WE 3-32JB
RD., Pompano DAILY READING ,..00 UP
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I a dlwbled 20yaroxl;t man of
%161 JSW 45th atwith': an appeal

...,.. iy ." I for a.wheelchair. GregS .called us
I this week.to cay IhaakiTAcouple: ;

,# i in: our .community .gay.,., him a
chairand 'he .ti '
aoir "yheeling
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hlmd'eU'lronndt1rs.. Ae1gbbor hovel

".; trying to dlg'tip ;Htle 'money
for brushes and polfsb I toTibat he

,, .. eanv- tart his ihoeshtne., "business
14T I on the corner of .27JU ale. and

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appreciate 'JT** -:

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wastelectrd alderman of..the 'Jth

; war..w.. ...... ...., 1At_ ornp+.. trlr w7*ui..rs o.-.w. 0..:.. YJII.I W. C. B. M.brorirm. ward In, 19:;' A.M-.
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+ni..pr rr 4f1'C--vrJlf' anrrAr3r till&s7tns.dh: ",}lId tV l 'Iff. .. .JW tuvvi I tit Leetrola axed U of1.en: eMI ,

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PACE 8 SATURDAY FEBRUARY. 1959 Tea Sunday BETHUNE $12,151A b//

fGN'I1J1flr: T ILe Ca. ':'..,.
failed Xero College Fund
c I pair !she rawi fafeuVE/ Pr OwScn Han Scrvfc*Bircc rand
$ tat> hat iacrasd appropria>>
NAACP to .. SIN'S' doss to Betbnse-Cookman Cot: her staff
Stage rtrr Errrrrip lrrf3f2T zt ter 515
Gee from the 1SS campaign toUf.IUi.
n>tff Srfl IT* are. axds
President Richard V
oJe U Seayfiajr. FMu f from i
ne of; )Lm. Tyr fsrd rro I zsd aa1.N Jare as20111ltC'lNt today. I

"Celebrity Parade"Afl t,4lb ptr.+e f.r yep 11/.fl "'its> Jaaisarjr allocation v a sII j j I I love to .
J1"V" 1r taS PrH-ztlxL: ;; f.u1lI.ft MilPreside et Moore said ;, cook In the -
zar : 11CLLaad"s: :! t''II'Ell'U.DF Earlier: prxau "'ere distributed ',! winter! )(y
)ilUlIL Y-Wu;! ire: UI'f" 'NIpmctauu (L"ulftf.j bf$ .t c'aeer ;u.IJMtff1 .D 'a J..* aid> November. 1958BetfeB"CookaBaa r kitchen seemsso
,'n1r! ro lIIIoftfG "'! b Q a/l/ ) ..JlIN"a "- eeaee3Yk; ; motels la tic U one of 33 cozy..
'K, nib* pdMiaig: ! ojntCTy: of 9* -
re t'" ," m1lJ) I'II! Gesf imIIfflIf U'f\1. L1Yli4s raid er+t.rr1t; t' >rin.ti. aiK-redite* coldest andamitaled dpedaDy.
I w'Mp arr: 4ezDemtly app.KLlie; to 'rD_.. Net rtif rr hd. **:ilS. *; aaa'ter.a Me a wG .wof' Uwftf' IitiN; Ui'tlH1t1 7Yt ....s ..with'th: I when good Rosalie Sootsthings
.. I f Arr' 1MfC mk I, Jllhlllf: ,1.., ttfcketc .ft fI/fIIN" I are baking In the oven.
f'p lea *IIi jilt cast r nhe J.1f1r hm.2Ik.l crafaUffll A1: if b.t one are located In
... u.... b.+4lr 1M! ]llJiUId ltka m, TSre 'i:;to :a!QryeK, U 4 l'e seam dyde year ftn.1Ui.. eel :a !JI.dHJuf1J1f'Ir lar sstlLLrN .. My family really goes for freshly
.0> :?rt h t. Mof' tIM wm baked sweet rolls so I serve them
10+bRl 1N"J.M: rod the NAACP" Imo i I f+sl drnjttttb r ar I' "
tram a at filL.. 41i %Lroirrarrlr. (frtfffvJl tteiir_ AH eel t ttk* :3M zfrjrtt :, 3Zauilem; hdroffa+mw h ;qtrs1 huts *, aarestrictfC"carnal for breakfast quite often.Special
I in 8MV cue: .dr wiBB ft"* Taf'rlt j-ear. they blending: qualities ot Carnation
.. $"' 1'fLlr'f! Oil a!amrtfimro/aafyerptrSesl I d Hey emreklliceh Nn
nixmm str fJof' tea_ I a/1111I n. ':T ,IMI she nmrt: rf all* lJ:' is oks+td"prlnelpaily to I make all cooking and baking
UE a;+
a lIliesL ::1.1" bl a 1ts &aMDllftft.
I 1IiMI 3ceriL.r *t&*. .M easier and tastier too. Do try it
; 11b ICs !Nlll1Ik.1JIIM'f &r ?*. to augment .
rilrffl] cif iIJf.. !MIll ,10C' elhr .. $.,LE&t SsLa "StE. goer1l '
i I "6'b IHwrft. R1r'tMtNaro p. Ti + linns' Hjwdirf** CP parcha lab and zee for yourself
tt'r P".1n4 :Ion rt.* Sfcr J).Aixv : ?ke 'f 0 hb ) I Crerfr
R'ZwA, anrrLLF Lfntracrrrm.: ft "1 'Vi IlD .* :ai DfM and kunfi( inwi es3rffNt.HQ ; ? atea ttxnrt4v' + ;'I:1. :T "i-' '; ::":tSt'Man
1M ROLLS
E JflAjtuwu:: T4;*** QUICK CARAMXL
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ca 1/11: QAdtf, The Year"Allonwrjr
tI-a'f mi ;+ tDsr anent ItIlIt.fU'DI!
: nu., :amrfl *TBJTJT fit BD pIIDfUJIItta' / cup melted butter
I 11'; euud.>v It.lfttltIJIf ter S4+lI..fI 37k.!
roPIJ. BftxvDm! -still] -uflWiXtiur : ati It' Adams':: farln rJr1l''f; % cup firmly pocked brown sugar .
(fl1lli! ;JJftf, 1llJJuJJ! :ftunOIa..w : Diticnar! : r .. >fti :: aft 3: :jx-nv ifl 1 water
: ':1IIIDi1)lf. ,JI'.IDt.'D6f.; It..n.n1ill,. !4.'fit ;aa- J! I % chopped
lEfiL'tuaa! ,. co..3ttlb.> E3caDlt.n<< lJjbiLbffl1 :il airs XAAO"fl 1It5tlt, cup pecans
UD G ve" It?!? 2'Ac3a OrilImLlm 'fiI1.1 ::'Jr' ;l e, .nr, ftry> to 2 cups sifted flour -
a.u8 Hi' o.ma aeumtm *ff S*t+L JIQrI ) me :- LSupport. .. Speak Here 3 teaspoons baking powder
I mJilLlJ) 1111I1' 3 carnhntr? C.t6a rLBrrtltr1CD 1 teaspoon salt

2fJ \, !Imtftffl.> THbf TTVrtm- .1 "tlRntliimlmiW!/ '"'Cd.TottfU.r," I % cup soft shortening

f'J'f,. i.tfNTW' J JicA'fi' FJttg/ ) 1J.i1iIlffUJI,. 1bnMC"n": ; 1LItDif'DI'J/ ) ras" tpass.. '%cup undiluted Carnation
C"tr.oo J l mura ;JjnCl; Mt (GIr'roJtLJIf!: > 1 Your :)11JI.fJJ' aroanmrttt ii e or I e ).Ilaaml I Evaporated Mrfk;
I1C, rt1'tie Jl J w** Tic). BVjaiajfrpij JDUl11W, ; !)1If:1..11tfu: > XAACP" wm fc*' held on'roJai % water

.fi nftif IPViuuCfflUjrQ JP1iIJotn; :LJne YMCA Membership il WCartt+tag Ir ;. FW if at i t 2 cup soft butter
\ 1JJJi1JI>.T '"Jbtr'fIe.mtb.fR II ''to a"afYo+rlk tin aloe' Sir Jotoa RiIU. l II I tablespoons
+\ rwn i 6ftttx.li ;JJlJiJr if; etLDT I crrnm. ITT.: NW :JrJl :ire.Bftiffi 3b.. 2 tablespoons sugar
1:.f4fJI 'II tJIla!+ ))1' ;4rot !hi- tIIimIIIlt(1: Drive 'Ii eve" ai8"*., crorc lr naa I 1 teaspoon cmnoman
tff tta* 1"1)1,' F'
a eau Flail.iikJ .
Mix melted butter brown sugar,
aAen !! JI.J.if'f.tIlf'!
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HCo66a !ro, arirJ
water and Spread in the
II pecans.
die Hi; ymffl! fualkr:. RT S. A.
v r bottom of 8-lnch square pan.Sift
o'lJIfU Wit I Mr. Ora IX TQ-Bor. flour baking powder and salt
J arorena'aaDkm, ; eel r.'f' *('et drtre. Into mixing bowL Cut In short-
Y I I'' wx:'!] 1Dd/1tlP'/ u.e alYuk Tee 3df31rG i ening with fork until mixture''
t tv'k'm' Go n9h? D'z .. looks like coarse crumbs. Add
Carnation and water. Stir until
: >-- dough leaves sides of the bowL

J-mix-jr .%. Jones ..,., Knead gently times on floured
FOR SALE ."....... 1'1lIba'. ->ln oC the board. Roll Into IS x 8-Inch ob
Year'' ha. been nominated to run long. Spread with sort butter.
for carter" iroftltlrnl of th Sprinkle with sugar and cinna
New 1 ? erntrr.ily. '
3-Bedroom mon. Beginning at the wide edge
-t The roll as for i lly roll. Seal thedrt
2-Bath Home bjr mall Uter thUwhrn ycwr, by pinching dough Into roll.
halol* nrf uinllrti to NC'h Cut roll Into IS .altcea Place: cut

Hardwood Floors Garage I nnanctal inrtuber of the nrlwnlIxtknw aide down In pan hake In hot
Jkn ,'i1 who bran 1wrwtktnc own (430 P.)1S toO minute
I..a.rcl&t 70x90 I'' I.N In Chlr" i> lit Iutl, Turn out ot pan tmme&attly.tUUlU4 .

w as .cnl',,r ,wit rungs' for the 'I, !1. .
t 6635 N.W. 24th Ave. i natal n.. I't-. a try. ,

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I. FEBRUARY 7, 1959 \ PAGE 9

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... :: 7 ii fi 2 BLOOD ANOTICE ;
DONORS \
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SOCIETY SEEKS
"t.I 0Announcing the opening of.WILLIAMS'
J : : ; BLOOD . BEAUTY SHOP
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: ; "-: ,,,, ,,,l,,, ; Realizing the serious' need for I ,J" x'488''at new NW location 64th St.

: blood ,for indlgenf'colored pa Monday February 9-NE 4-3160
.ft :::': : tlents, members of the Blood Mrs. Ada Williams, Prop.


"' """" ; i. .= :1! ,t build Donors for an up Intensive Society,.the supply.campaign and laying to plans help' ,

"n \av"M he Blood Donors Society, underDr

," j..1"I: ; James Hogan and Carleton
: .:'.: ;il"{ 1\; ; King'CoJeraan, I Is working In
. .. ,;';" I cooperation with the John Elliott
,
.. <' D ood Dank of Dade County.The .
L"I group has made arrange.
ft," pf' : : i [ ments with L. L. Brooks of

./. :.: : .. 1? ,,' " I flooded Collection Agency for the
HY. "" ". ..t.$..,... use of a store in the downtown
area to set up a blood collecting \
q a unit from the blood 'bank
Churches and organizations are
being urged to send members to
Rive; a pint of blood during the
campaign
--yo--- -, Any person .or
organization
Five foreign
educators, currently tor of student activiite's ; Jose' S'andoral of wishing to help in coordinating

touring Florida educational facilities\ under Bolivia, and Mrs. M.\ H. Fields, specialist this campaign is urged to call

the auspices. of the ,State, Departmentof in elementary education. State Department Dr.Coleman.Hogan NIL FR 645SI.3659 or Mr.

Education, paid a visit'' to the Florida of Education. Standing, K. K. Ong
of Malaya, Jesus Fernandez of Peru and
A and M University ,
last week.
campus
C. J. Smith, III, FAMU director of public Don't be
Impatient
Seated left to right Fr. Jose'
: M. Frota of relations.-A&M staff photo by Horace
Brazil, the Rev. M. G. Miles, FAMU direc Jones Jr. Just,
: ,one month to [AhKouxh jJu'j the heroine of the' fIN
--- Aonoi dntnut,"Fiend Without a Face"I|
i Wait. February 23rdis fading with invisible monster, ehm"
fiocKfof horrible or 'invisible about this
Miami Women to Observe that important date'labberwock ,"bath Kent" clot up of Kim Parlor,]
.who pint tht romantic' opportot
I (Iwtrttuul Thompton,



World Day. of, PrayerLeadership Drive Carefully!

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Institute vlted. The State President, Mrs
Alfred Lexow will be guest VARIETY" IS FASIby -JION WATCHWORD
MondayWhen speaker. Arrangements have bee I
made under the direction of the
FOR THOSE
WHO-SEW-THEIR-OWN
United Church Womenof newly elected president, Mrs I
Parks! C. Hunter, and Mrs. Don '
Greater Miami observe the aid l D RichardsonLeadershi _Evelyn Cunningham shoots of the sack and the !nIl, e ajrto make. cCaU'.
73rd annual World Day of Pray.er =
Education Chairman The beautiful truth about many interpretations of the new EasyiRale feature ash I
on Friday, Feb. 13 they will
be joining with Christians in 144 this season's fashions is that "Empire" line. .The length of ores quicker, more accurate
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countries on six continents as there are so many variationsof her skirt depends entirely on fit. ft Is shown here la one of
prayers are voiced in more than SECOND NEGRO what is new and different.For what1 best for her and the the new warp print with a

60 languages and one thousand the first time in many depth of.her neckline hingeson solid satin bele. .Other uy ;

dialects. ENROLLS AT years a woman doesn't have her courage. jested fabrics,for this pattern J
The World Day of Prayer chain jto' be a slave to a specificline All this makes sewlng-your- are crepe, shantung printed
begins on the Tonga Islands with Uof FGainesv1l1e silhouette or hemline. own a, more challenging and silk or cotton, tissue faille,
Queen Salote leading her sub exciting experience. There's surah and 'I
She can be fashionable in a Jersey tissue-
jects as dawn breaks over these The Universityof for Andthere'
dress so loose that it doe.o'ttouch something everybody. weight wool.
tropic isles. When It sinks behind Florida said Friday it will ad, l
individualImagination
the Arctic horizon on ice-locked mit a Negro in-service teacher her body at any point margin for Weekly Fashion Sewing Tip: d
St. Lawrence Island in the Aleu to the graduate school for the except the shoulder; she can and Ingenuity. Check your pattern pieces
Hans, the Jut supplications of second semester beginning Feb be equally smart in a garment There is no fashion-conscious carefully before cutting.FEM1NIMTY..FOR .
the 24 hour unbroken cycle are 9. that fits taut under the bust woman who can honestly say, I 1
murmured. Theme for 1959 is! line and clings to the hip.She "I don't like the new styles.
"Lord, I Believe; ," chosen by the University officials! declined to has her choice of all the don't do' anything for -
Christian women of Egypt, who disclose the. student's name in ____.__.__....".__' "m..u.. ._.___off._.__ They me. ; There are too many diversified1 } 1
wrote the worship service. advance of registration. styles from which F

Observances have been plan The new student will be the she may choose, and unless _
ned for 20 local areas. In the uni II: I
second Negro to enter the she has two heads,. she can +
central area, the service will be verstty. George Starke, Jr., 27. find;! a design, that will "do.omethlng"
held at Mt. Zion Church Sanford'physician .
Baptist of Orlando, son of a &.
from 12 noon to 6:00: p.m. Jed enrolled.] In the college; iI. . .. ..; ;.. for her.
by the Rev. .Edward T. Graham, of law Sept. 15. ; '. .; -./.J.>. The blue-violet-green wool

S. A. Cousin and S. A. Thomas.In ....:r:.'.:...: .,.,,?. print suit is one of those "do.0methIng"
Tbe University's announcement (Me :
the Liberty City area, St. garments
James AME ,Church I Is the place followed close on a statement b1: :.1>,_ d '''0,'.''' Call's Pattern 4702). The ty

with the services led by, the Revs. Gov. LeRoy Collins that the 1959 .. '. ; <,,.)1'?, sheath dress and bloused
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Greater Miami are allo' nnounct l. choice of color and fabric\art ::
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NOTICEAll MT. TABOR BAPTISTThe
:
f" ,, Church notices MUST .,. 11 a.m. service was most
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typewritten 'd utole spaced heartwarming and inspiring.
Choir No. one furnished music
anti ee ene fthttt of pspor. Copy
MUST, bo Into our efflee by 6 throughout the ,day.
p.m. TutSMtay of each week to The'members of the church are
Insure In"rtlenChurch Editor' wishing a speedy recovery to all
of our sick and shut-in members.
Ctturd EBENEZER METHODIST Our Women's Day program
to drive is now on. Please pay at
: .' Rev Aaron D. Hall pastor tention to all announcemets that

me Ernestine, 1... Hambrlck. reportet are given. All, captains are asking

1 : When troubles come, go let the full cooperation of each
them with a song. When griefs member on their committee. Let
r arise. sing them down. us all work hard and make .our

not come out and see. You know Lift the voice of praise against program a success. God will bless

I I, Lent begins On Wednesday, the cares )'ou. -
I': I'I'I THE MIAMI TIMES -"The Peoples' Newspaper", 11th. More frolicking. See you Services were very Inspirational . 'NOTE; Visitors are always welcome
at the Bazaar. throughout the day 'on last to come and worship withus
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1959 Sunday. The church was filled tots at anytime.

CORINTH BAPTIST capacity. Order of Service

The youth of our ,church was Sunday School ........,............... 9:30
ST. JAMES BAPTIST THE INCARNATION 1450 N.W. 69th St. Invited to attend a youth rally at Morning worship 11:00:

Rev W: T. Thomas, pastor the White Temple Church Sun BTU ...................k..>............... 5:30:
BTU ............................".. 5:30 pjn 1835 N.W. 58th StreetFr. Phone NE 5-1518 day afternoon. This was an in Evening worship ...............?... 7:30
Evening Worsuip ...-....... 7:30 pjn E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar I Services every Sunday tegrated affair and we were, Rev. J. N Byrd, pastor ,
Visitors always welcome Susan Butler, reporter Sunday School.......... 9:30 axA. proud to have our youth attend Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter
Sunday School........... 9:30: am Winder Schedule Morning Service ............ 11 .,.. such meeting.
Morning Worship ........ 12:00: a.m Sundays: Evening Service ........ 7:30: p.m. On Feb. S at 11 am. 'the famed BETHEL BAPTIST
323 N.W. 14th St. Church School and
Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: aon. BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Det.hune.tCookmat In College concert at Richmond Heights
.. I Sunday Services Solemn Sung Mass and Choir will appear Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor
Sermon ................... 11:00: a.m "Human. Destiny" will be the Ebenezer. Bjon't fail to attend Sis. Nannette Greer, reporter .
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: pjn subject of a book review to be this affair Mr. George Ross and
Solemn Evensong and given at the Dah'i Center, 137 Miss Pernella Colbbs, students of Sunday School opened at the
I N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Sermon 7:30: p.ra. NW 11th ave., 7:45: p.m. Sunday, Dethune and members of Eben usual hour last Sunday. The de-
Phone FR 91414'MASSES Tuesday: Feb., 8. Mrs. Romette Davlaon ezer are members of this famous votion was conducted by the
St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild will analyze this inspiring book I choir and several other Miamians junior boys of class No. 6. It was

Daily................................. 8 a.m Rehearsal................... 8:30: p.m. which dears; with the spiritual I will appear in the, concert. enjoyed by all.
Sunday ........ 7 a.nn. & 8:30: amFIRST Wednesday: evolution of man. All .races and Rev. Williams of Deerfield delivered -
Low Mass :30: ajn. faiths are cordially Invited The Wesleyan Service Guild in two wonderful sermons.
BAPTISTRev. Evensong and Meeting of vites, you to attend its Pre-St. We were very happy to have him

I Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. ST. MATTHEW AMEZ Valentine Tea Sunday at 4 in the as our guest. Choir No. 2 rent
Macon pastor
W. J. from
Thursday: social hall. Donation $1.00, dered music throughout the day
Mrs. Sara E. Scott, secretary Michael's 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. 4to6.
The Choir of ,St. with Mrs Dorothy Burke at the
And All Angels Rev. A. J, Warren, pastor The Willing Workers Prayer organ. -
I On last Sunday at First Baptist Rehearsal ................... 5:30: p.m. Band will render Its anniversary
the Junior Church really had avery sunday School............... 0:45: ajn Our pastor was missed from
t successful anniversary financially Friday: Morning Worship ............ 11 ajn program at the church Sunday his post on Sunday. He is away
well as spiritually. St. Cecelia's Choir Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. afternoon at 3 o'clock carrying on a week's revival in
Most of the as churches with Junior Rehearsal.... ............. 8:00: pm. Parents are urged to send their Brooklyn All wish him a most
Churches were present to do NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mass TRINITY WESLEYAN children to youth Fellowship on pleasant and successful trip.
High Mass !and Benediction of Wednesday evening at 7:30. Sis Nannette Greer
the the newly
their
i part on program.
the Blessed Sacrament on All Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor is
Mrs. Bagley, Mrs. Harvin, the The Easter Rally now on. elected chairman .of the Hospitality -
the feast Days.Weekends. Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Members are urged to begin pay Club is asking for
I I dlrectressess along with pasStor : Low mass on all Sunday School................... 0 aun ments now, as the rally termi of all members cooperation
I expressed their thanks for the holy' and Saints' Days. Morning worship .................... 11OCPeople's : nates March 22. meet her each to at please t\n
shown. .
cooperation Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on Yining Meeting 5 p.m Thursday '
Our sick and shut-ins are: Sisters t- hhat.
!\,j We are now looking forward I p.m. 'the planscan
all Feast Days.
to Men's Day which will be in Special Lenten Services .MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. Merlene aunders, ackson Me be made for the ensuing year.
I April and the men are expecting Shrove Tuesday mortal Hospital' ; Florence Holmes Our sick and shut'ins: Sis. Al-
the cooperation of all membersas Burning of palms and pancake S. A. Thomas, pastorD. 3362 NW 63rd St., Bro. Joseph ma T. King, who ds in Jackson
well as friends of First. Bap I, Parish HaU 8 B., reporter"At Delancy, 1317 NW 6th ct, Bro. Memorial Hospital; Little Debris
supper, p.m.
tist. John Bethel, 370 NW 20th st, Griffin is in Jackson also, suf.terlng
I
(' Come in to visit us on i unday, Solemn Sung Ash Wednesday Mass, Imposition of fundamental the heart human of worship need -lies the a Sis. Willie Thomas, Jackson Me an eye injury. Sis. Inez
and at any time, you are always a.m. morial hospital; Sis. Phyllis Swain 14560 Monroe St. You are
Ashes at 6 "
welcome "The'Church need of God. -Powell. Mays, 243 NW 14th 8t, Sis. Au
at First Baptist, urged to pray for and visit the
Where you are never a Low Mass and Imposition, of Our deepest need In life is to drey Morris, 1616 NW' 6th ct. sick..
stranger." Ashes, 10 a.m. know God and to respond worthily You are urged to pray for and Visitors are
always welcomeat
;Litany, ,Imposition of Ashes and to His love. This! response of visit; the sick. our church. .

GRACE PRESBYTERIAN sermon, 8 p.m.Friday the human heart to God, the We acknowledge the presence ,
I Eterna:', is worship. And It Is this of those who come to worship
j Rev. James E. Culmer, pastor Cow Mass, 6:30: a.m. experience that the church and with us, and invite you to wor NEW MT. CALVARY
Eddie Edwards clerk Stations of the Cross, '8 pm. the church school seek to bring with always.
. _ ship us Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor
Sunday School............... 9:30: sin about in the hearts of little child Edna E. Thompson, reporter
Morning worship .... ....... 11:00 On last Sunday night the ren, young people, and adultr.The NEW HOPE BAPTIST
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pan church was packed to capacity to group of us who know little Sunday School was opened at
witness the Holy Sacrament of Is a very large group. We need Rev. James E. Brown pastor the usual hour by our Supt. by
BETHANY BAPTIST Confirmation administered by the practical help-and it is that that Bro, Vandell Bovan, reporter singing, "Near The Cross." Scrip
Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit, D.D I every ardent worker is striving ture by the Supt. Prayer by Bro.
3078 N.W. 45th St. bishop of the Diocese of South toward in this travel ,of life's "Negroes Spiritually. This Martin The lesson was reviewedby
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Florida. Bishop Louttlt's text work particular phrase was selected by Deacon! Martin.

Sunday School......... 9:30: am. was, "God grant that you may I our pastor on last Sunday and While Sunday School was .
Morning Service ??........ 11 am run with patience, the race' that The day's activities: began with was most spiritually received by; ing on the pastor and a band go of
BTU ................................ 8:30: p.m is set ,before you" I'm sure those glowing inspiration and Interest. everyone present. We were bless his Xellowers were having Bap
Evening Service ............ 7:30: pjn who heard this wonderful ser Beginning ln Sunday School- ed to have another capacity tism. Seven put on the suit of
Prayer Service, burs 7:30: p.m, mon delivered by the bishop everyone appeared anxious to be. audience; then in our 6 p.m. service the Holy Ghost, by baptism.

were deeply' inspired gin the day's work for Jesus. The we were again uplifted and Morning prayers service was
TRIUMPH CHURCH The following were, presented attedance was good, and for the Inspired by' our beloved pastor. led by Djjacon Slaughter and
Prince tor confirmation by the Vicar most part on time. We are learn. Sunday coming is expected to Riles. Prayer and song servicewas
H. Mobley pastor
Sis C. McKinney, ,reporter Fr. Elisha Clarke: ing to love the work. of the Sunday be another great day in the fieldof highly enjoyed to the highest
Anthony Armbrister. Leo Arm School, both in attendanceand Christianity in our Church Subject: "lie Preached Re-
"Jesus Questioned About The 'brlster, Mildred Dean, William I for service. At 3 p.m. there will be a muM I pentance." Text: John Did Bap-
Tribute," Luke 20:19.26: was Deveaux, Veronica Davis, Bessie cal program featuring choirs one tlze in The Wilderness of Jor
the subject of the lesson on last Lee Hlggs, Dorane Jones, Mar The worship service through and two along: with ushers one dan."
Sunday. The memory verse and jorie Lamb, Vernell Nelson, out the day was full with spi and two, so let us all come out Evening prayer and devotional
devotional reading was found In Charles Rodriguez, Alfred Rolle ritual fervor, superb renditions and witness some wonderful service was led by Deacon
Luke 20:25: and Romans 13:110: Arthur Stewart, Leo Stewart from the choirs, morning and singing. Our choirs will be led Slaughter and Riles. Scripture
i by
The lesson very beautifully discussed Betty Stubbs, Velma Stubbs, evening. The pastor's sermons by such wonderful singers as Sis the pastor, subject "The Blood
by the classes. After the Joseph Williams, Charles Wycheand were filled with information yet tars Mary Alice Blackman, Re- of Jesus.
school there was' a glorious Vera Smith Wyche. conveying the spirit in the mes becca Grant; Willie Mae Denson,
praise service. The vicar and congregation sage. The great word; at the Leola White, Johnnie Mae Dan
,The subject of the YPE band welcome these people into the close of the day we still felt a leIs Lula Mae Cross Dea. Henry HARLEM SQUARE
was, "The Last Enemy Destroyed Incarnation Family ( desire that we wanted to do Jefferson; ,Brothers Bernard Williams -
i ," I Corinthians 152628. The After service Father and Mrs. something greater tor the hiss and Sam Davis, and of SWEET SHOPA

lesson was read 4nd discussed by Clarke entertained Bishop Lout ter."I course, at the piano and singing PULL LINE OF GROCERIES'
the young people. There was avery itt at' the new vicarage. II say work while it Is yet will be Sisters Ruth Scott and
nice program which follow Stop! Look! Listen I It's Bazaar day." Willie Mae Williams.COMMUNITY COLD CUTS COSMETICS

ed the lesson Time! Starting tonight endIng 208 N.W. 10th Street
tomorrow. night.
The evening devotional service
Dates? Friday, Feb. 6, Satur- MONROE MUSIC HOUSE L
conducted
was Bro.
by E. Williams i
and the expressions urday, Feb. 7. Everything in
were Gospel Music
Time? 4 to 10 Civic Theatre Guild
opened up by Bro. B. Edwardsand p.m. Everything for the Church.
Where? Church Parish Hall
many others followed. We Hymnals, Furniture, 1959 Com Adult Classes in Dance and
1701 NW 69th St. Games, danc
had a very high time in the mentariea. Mall orders promptly!
Lord and he was really present. ing, pie walk, and an assortmentof filled. 242 NW 8th St., Apt. 6. Drama
Our pastor came forth and delivered rides for the' kiddies FR 3-6493, Miami 36, Fla.
All kind of eatslDoesn't )
a very inspiring message Ind LEARN TO DANCEDon
it sound exciting? 'Why
,and the Lord was really speak.
( StrachAn's Time
Party )
ing through our pastor The
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scriptures that he used were -
Acts 3:1 9and St. John 17J17: FOR BETTER PICTURES '. See J. IN JAZZ C1IA. I1ALLROOM- MODERN DANCE SONG

After the message there was a STYLING PREPARATION

glorious praise service. Rev. Johnson of Miami 1WITI FOR NITH CLUB AFRO
Griffin gave the the altar call CUBAN
and'many' were prayed for.

There' was a very large atten Dinner Parties -' Weddings Passports Children's Theatre
dance for visiting friends and one

was, added to the prayer roll. Home Movie 4820 N.W. '27th Ave.INFORMATION .
The Lord has blessed six poisons
since the meeting began. Baby Picture A Specialty up'
Friends! Our pentecost meeting PL 7-8766

is extended for a few more 409 N.W.17th Street FR 7-2294 DRUGS '' DIRECTOR DON 8TRACIIAN

days blessing, so by please not attending.don't miss your ....-n..l '" .. .........,.,........ ... .....,.." ,.....-:-'.... .... ..,.... ..... ......... ... .... ... ...., ....." 6750 N.W. 15th AT*. (!.;; :!! = -




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GREATER NEW BETHELRev. MT. ZION BAPTIST. ST. MARY'S W. M. THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"

W. K. Smith, pastor Luvenla Knox Sunday School began at the
Mrs. R. Conley clerk Public Relations Officer usual hour of 9:30: a.m. with the SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1959 PAGE 11

All senior auxiliaries presided Sunday, Feb. 1 portrayed a superintendent Miss! Marva
ove'r the worship services Sundayas scene of intense Trotman, in charge and the
beauty at the
Mt.
Chorus of New York City la in
teachers at their
posts. John Bui- BETHUNE CHOIR
the pastor spoke on the subject Zion Baptist Church. The crowd conductor the
his fifth as of
lard had year
a quiz which his class
"Say It Again." He stated was numerous and everyone
enjoyed much. AT EBENEZER choir
vows toward Christ and teemed to have but very
that our one aim In Daniel Rodriquez, a freshman
The pastor in
was charge of
each other should be repealed mind; the aim to cultivate the the 11 a.m. service. Being the SUNDAYThe music major from Oriente, Cuba

regular in order to preserve our old fashioned virtues of love, first Sunday, he lectured for and Dorothy Hooks, senior from
covenants from being broken. He honor, loyalty, thrift, and church few minutes from Colossians 5 a nationally famous Dethune :Clearwater are the accompanists.The .
further emphasized that if thlt'wa.s attendance. The: recently ordain. and the testimonial service Cookman College Intercollegiatechoir solists for the choir are
done, percentages of divorcein ed deacons carried out their re lowed in which fol will be presented at, Eben- Latha Murphy, sorprano

marriages would certainly decrease sponsibilities beautifully., It, blessed. The No. everyone 2 choir furnish.was ezer Methodist Church Sunday of Ft. Myers, senior; Bonita Fer-
proves that those 'who served before Feb. 8, 11 a.m. of Miami
ed music with Mrs- U Higgs at guson, soprano sophomore
them This 30-volce choir has gained
and whose
responsm'Witty
Franklyn Plnckney ,tenorof
the ;
and No.
organ 2 ushers
The Rev. Coleman of Cleve it was to train them had served. national fame on the coast to Waycrosa, 'Ga., sophomore;

land, who has been a frequent attacked their tasks with genuine The 7 p.m. devotion led coast radio network on the United Dorothy Hooks, contralto of
guest of ours for years, delivered sincerity. We pray that God by the pastor. He preaohed was from Negro College Fund Choir Clearwater, senior; William
the message on the subject, will keep them strong to each Sunday morning over the Sanford
carryon 2 Cor. 10:16; subject, "The Cup Wynn, tenor of junior,
The Land of His work. ABC Radio Network. They haveappeared
"Remember
Egypt.
of Blessing; He was at his best. and King Rakin baritone of Mi
He advised all to live preparedfor The I on television and have ami senior education
sermons, "Why Are You Holy Communion was administer. a elementary -
death and be not afraid of its Here I been acclaimed aft the outstanding
? and
"Drops of Blood"morning ed. All the choirs rendered music. I major. .
college choir in the country.
stains.
and evening respective. Two members were added to the Thomas
D. Djcmps, a graduateof
ly were quite appropriate for Christian
Our 'pastor will speak in the a family. Both usher Bethune-Cookman College and
time when we were to eat of His boards served Drive Carefully
Seaboard Baptist Association former member of the De Paur
body and dring of His blood. In I We
are praying for Sis Foster,
Sunday evening, Feb. 8 In Oak
the usual manner, the minister one of our faithful members whoIs
land ark, Fla., where the Rev.
L. P. Thomas is pastor. made a wonderful presentation. 111. Visitors are always wel NEED MONEY!
Many of the faitniul membersof come. You are Invited to cometo
The public:'is Invited to attend our congregation are ill. the sale sponsored by the let and 2nd mortgage loans $1,000 pay $21.25 mo.

services at Greater New Bethel There is no greater satisfaction Junior Church at 1609 NW 5th Pay off all your bills $1,500 pay 31.88 mo.

Sunday night, Feb. 8 and enjoy when one Is shut In than to havea Ct. on Saturday evening. Get additional cash ",000 pay $n.58 mo.

the sensational Utility Voices visit, receive a card, or to receive Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments'
sing the gospel in songs. The a bouquet of flowers froma TEMPLE BAPTIST

program is a benefit program for friend. ,Are you your brother's I Services for Sunday will be as FREE-24 hour inspectionNo
our Women'a Day.Woman's .
keeper usual. The ,table talk among the Cost to YouDadeBr

Some Important dates to recallare faithful Is what will happen on & InvestmentsCALL
oward Mortgages
Day at Feb< 6 through 13., Boy the fourth Sunday in March
Scout Week; Feb. 8 l is the anniversary That is the annual rally day, of ANYTIME
St. Peters
of the Boy Scouts ol course, and everyone is getting Miami: FR' 7.4812 Hollywood: WA 3.7071
America. Do you know a Scout? ready to play his part.
Friends and members of St.Peter's Do The choirs have made
you have a Scout in your a good
American Catholic Then start their rehearsal for Easter
family you know that this on -
Church, 1811%NW 4th court, are anniversary is worthy of recognition. and so have the kiddies. The
cordially) invited to the Fourth : Remember the baby con leaders urge that participants be
Annual Woman's Day Celebration on time. FLORIDA ROOMS & REMODELINGNO

on Sunday afternoo, Feb. 8, test.No opportunity Is ever lost; Deacon James Dames left on

at 3 o'clock. Principal speaker, someone else picks up those you Saturday to visit his family In MONEY DOWN
Miss Yvonne Damn miss; come to church on Sunday the Bahamas.

,Mrs. Estrla V. Petersen, and( have a fuller, richer life. I1EDROOMS PATIOS
sponsor CONGREGATIONALOn
Most Rev. E L. Petersen, CARPORTS GAIIAGK9
BETHANY S. D A.
last Sunday morning all
Archbishop and pastor ALL TYPES OPCONSTRUCTION
Some day he's coming. Let's members who had signed our ADDITIONS

MARTIN MEMORIAL AME make it soon. Our Sabbath, Jan. charter during the month of Jan. ROOFING AND
31, Btehany' celebrated her first uary were taken Into the Fellowship ADDITIONS New and

Richmond Heights Youth Day in 1959. On this day by our pastor, Rev. Wllka, PLUMBING Old

Rev Albert Jones, pastor the young people were In charge who gave us an Inspirational sermon ItATIIROOMS FIUCR ESTIMATE
over the entire church program. in keeping with the com
A volume of sweet 'thoughts munion rituals of the church.
The people selected for
crowded from ser young DIAZ CONST. CO. HI 4.7792
our memory their speaker a God-sent man Friends are welcome at all
vices on Sunday last. SundaySchool times to worship with us at our
who was dynamic and Inspirational '
was extremely Interesting ,throughout his sermon. Elder morning service 11 to 12 at 6001 Complete Financing Day or Nite
.
and we had an average atten NW 26th ave.
Parker spoke on the subject, ..
dance. The lesson was reviewedby "
"God's Challenge to The Youth.
our pastor and Albert Hep He told the young people that fall to do this, then you 'will

burn. they must pray for the spirit starve spiritually: will die and

After Bro. Martell from Heaven to come down to might be on your way to hell. A
by
Johnson prayer during our devotion them, because once again the capacity crowd heard and enjoy. Get out of the rut! Come and see

service, scripture lesson for the church Is In trouble. ed Elder Parker who hailed from
Elder Parker told the Fort Lauderdale
young
morning was taken from St.
. Luke 22. people to lift their heads high Bishop HunterWHO
with pride and don't be ashamedto
The senior choir rendered one
be called the children of
of the beautiful hymns Support Your
many
Christ. It is the young people who
just ,before we listened to a mas
IS WELL
are going to deliver God's people.
terful discourse from our pas Remember your Creator while YMCA MembershipDrive

tor, "What Change in my Life, you are youthful, and attend KNOWN'AS
"
Since Jesus Came nto Heart.
my church service regularly. If you
An abundance of inspiration PROF. HUNTERFor
flowed at our evening worship.

The scripture lesson. was the entire I the past 33 yoanIf
reading of the 27th Psalm.

The sermon was taken from Acts. x

, 82021.: The subject was "Get DORCHArInc.Heal you are sick and
.
Right With God." I worried or in trouble '
;
The Ho'y Eucharist was administered I
Iff, throughout the day. this U the place to

1''., All 'boards and auxiliaries have Rentals come. Don't stay in the' r.' s
'
. :., been organized for the year Estate s ''
,;;{ y! The first fund raising driveIt rut. Push back the veil

will be a pew rally which will -*- of the lack of understanding '
end on the fourth Sunday in
and bad luck N'

I March.Don't forget members are 1009 H.W. 2nd Ave. that seem to hold you ". s' ,;,

needed In our choir so anyone In your track and ad-
desiring to join please feel free
forward the
to do 80.Don't vance by

... ins In your forget prayer.the sick and shut-. Phone FR 4-0028-FR 4-3853 help of God. '

I Your home and every day life can be made happy.

iJ FIRST UNITARIAN MIAMI 36 FLORIDA He will show you to bypass your enemies and get the

'" and things that God put in the world for you. Let thepeace
5
: Community Group Nos.
' \" \\i j of God fill soul mind and then the
body
,:': '1; 7 of the First Unitarian Church your ,
\ >tdo, which is located on Dixie Highway 'power that is in you will be awaken and you will be

}\, at SW 29th road will hold in a higher state of mind and spirit.
. '': ;. a covered dish supper and social

evening on Saturday, Feb. 7; 7 DONT WAIT Listen to Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your

p.m.Melvin at the home of Dr.SW and Und Mrs. for theSCHOOL dial every' morning at 6s69 from Monday through
Jackson, 8375
ave. I Friday and on Sunday you are invited to listen to the

On Sunday Feb. 8, 11 a.m. Rev. BELL Radio Ministery of Bishop Hunter of the Spiritual

Glenn O. Canfield will speak on Temple of Zion Church located at 5417 Southwest

the subject, "Is Democracy Succeeding Bring In the children's school 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. Donation will be acceptedfor
?" ,- shoes NOW. Give us time to put them the continuation of this broadcast.
At 8:15 that evening, the Jefferson ,, In perfect repair for the lane hard "grind."

I ic Club will discuss be Followed the ,top I Prof. Hunter's office Is open daily from 10 a-m.:
"Must Revolution
by Execution when they meetat . JOHNSON AND SONS to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 0 p.m. for readings' and con*

the home of Mr. and Mrs. SHOE SHOP sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof is licensed

Gerald C,- Wblttaker 7121 SW by the State and County as a Reader.
63rd ave. FINE 6HOE REPAIRINGWe
A repeat presentation of the One mile east of 7th Ave on Highway 441 Old
Duologue In Paradise "Jesus ST Your Soul -While You Wait
Meets Paul" given by Dr. Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remember

Charles Pbllhour and James C. Shoe Shfaed and Dyed the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood,

Lee will be held on Wednesday Florida.

Fob. 11, 8:15 p.m.,, at the church 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 0-0100 .. .

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PAGE 121 .\ SATU1 gAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1959t Present "AmericanPassport" { J .

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A.I indications point to a well-, .' :

a ,paced: house when "American
4nwo,, :rrMeAtae
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,Passport" presented at the "
M Booker T. Washington ,High

School Auditorium on Tuesday ,NE 5-3513. N.W{ 22nd Ave. & 69th St
evening, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. The
sparkling three.act comedy to be'

given by the Senior Thespians of

Booker T Washington High FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
School has been called the beat.
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play :.
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Ir : can father who is greatly worried. ,

about the "Trojan Horse" and'

suddenly finds, to quote his own 4 e LQAI
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words, that he's "feeding' three
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of her ponies in his own home.vGeorge From The Y ,

Little takes this 'role'. Master

Playing opposite him as his wifeis I Motion-Picture t
Barbara Carnagie. James r"

Slng tary plays the role of his

leftist, son and Delores Ricks, the
daughter Delores Ervin has %

splendid comedy role in the partof

t Mrs. Schwartz, a 100 per cent RUhhe.r..s
t American neighbor TheCfunMWMRI _

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today's challenges, touches on . liii.
profound, questions facing Amer MUKM IVUUImm .
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lautrhters and the dry humor of

tl everyday American life bind It j''

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you will remember. The ... ., ,
play is directed by Leroy' WashIngton SUNDAY,. MONDAY, TUESDAY

director of speech and l/( .;
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month, U S. State department Denmark, Finland, Italy! are in thl\
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beautifully presented program Miami ASSOCIATION
Special thanks to the captainsand
Charles Williams, principal of
the workers who planned I
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mother, Mrs Gladys :McFord. ; Goulds .................................... $7 9.29 Meat ball sandwichesCAPITOL V

Rev. Randolph Thompson, Mrs. Perrlne ...................?............... 74.46 Y fora
Hattie Nottage and Kelsey L. Richmond Heights ............ 142.62 L t, Taking ,
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Parent which Teacher added to Membership the organization Drive Brownsville .....:.................. 111,62 ,

400 paid Miami ...,.......?.....................,. 425.90 I
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Mrs. Elizabeth J6hnson, Prln. Opa Locka ,..?.........,.;......, 446.48 SAT. MIDNITK I

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-.. ... -, held in Evergreen Memorial Park. THE MIAMI TIMES"The Peoples' ,tNewspaper"! b
Funeral";kite's ,for Mrs. Victoria

CARPS MEMORIALS : Johnson' \' of 11411 Oak ave whodied" SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7/1069 PAGE 13
28
._ Jail.: ; iLf her home were
-- -;.--- -- -- ---:-- ..' -.. ., '. held: Feb. 3 at St. Mary's church '. .. ,

CARD OF THANKS'the'tamily CARD OF THANKS with Survivors' Canbn Include Cooper 2 officiating sisters a

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held' at Charlotte
Cemetery! In
of the In '
late memory of our mother tlna' brother, ,a son. Interment was
EMMA LOU IKNER
MRS grandmother,
Coconut Grove.,
who passed,awayon Jan> 24, J95 .. MILS"' .!MARION;KNOWLE3? I ; _
and was laid' lo rest'' dn 'Jan. ""29r;' who' departed thfa ilte( ?Jan,' ''27, Funeral services for Myrtle

1959, takes this method of e>"- 1968. < graham who died Jan. 29 at
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pressing*thanks and appreciation "Saviour bless ius 'as we-!'part; her h9n\e In Marathon will be
t the many friends who were'sokind Fill ourAouls with.love divine. James! Baptist Church with Rev.
during Its hours of bereavement Comfort r every troubled heart, '. bed; : Feb. 5 at 2 p.m. at, St. ,
; May we.tfeel that..we are thine,t Johnson officiating She Is cur.
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Thanjcs'for your 'cards. letters Goodbye. ,goodbye,. ,UTttn.,'earth *' hived by her husband, a loving
telegrams.flowers; cars and all! '. eye meet no mo+e} : and devoted mother and father, :
other kind gestures of sympathy. : May wmeet : 4 6ttW Heaven's 4.. sisters, 2 brothers 4 nelces, 2 "." '"
Again, thanks to everyone for ,shore. nephews. J' ..(.,
everything:'' Carolyn Wllllamsf"daughter ;' "'' }"OIJ4KASN ', ,I:

Mrs.. ''Annie Pearl Brown Edith Crawford, 'daughter Henry Lee ot 837A NW 1st ct Wanted :. LAHOB STORE Desirable for
daughter and family fled Families died at his;,home Feb. 1. A resident .
PIANIST For GospeLOroup! .' Good sundry store orj]Ice cream 'parlor,
..- here for the past 17 6'ctock\ F'or''lnforli1a'
> years salary, Call after 7 p.m. 1028"mV'3rd ave.
,
\ IN,,-MEMORIAMIn Mr. :Lee had acquired a numberof Phone OX 1-4873. tion call' 'WI-7-6039, FR.',,3.90.
CARD OF THANKSThe friends.! He Is survived by a ,

:loving remembrance bf, our wife Funeral arrangements at 'a..
dear (beloved husband, father and : family of, the. .late, this time are Incomplete Job OpportunitiesThe
grandfather, Greater Miami Urban Leaguo FORJSALE50x150 : 'J'

,lAMES W. ROBERTSwho '.. Range announces Job opportunities ,for
departed this life Feb. 3, ;: . the following positions: DEERFIELD BEACll i\
1954. Accountant account clerk, auto on S.E. 2nd Ct. East of S.E. 1st
Earl Parks of 1622 NW 6th
Some I love have reached the 4 motive Equipment operator Terr. Terms Call Miami. FRank-
place died at Jackson Memorial
end, plumber, communications opera tin 7.4812 tads
Hospital
hours
several following
But some with me may stay, tor, addressosTa/ph/ operator,
his admission on Feb. 3, lie is medical (trainee), ac LOT. Reasonable price. Nassau
Their faith and hope still guld secretary
ing me, f# survived by his widow, Wllhel- count clerk, switchboard operator Village Front Wolf Road Bethel
mina, 2 sisters and other rela Sundries, 6828 NW 18th are
I' 1 walk the king's highway," medical secretary, student
.>. tives. Arrangements are incom.plete trainee (work training Phone OX 1.8765
Mrs. Irene Roberts and family aI" study pro'
. and will be announced over
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-' gram offered In various fields), I
to local radio stations clerk stenographer. 2 RESTAURANT TABLES and 8
.
IN MEMORIAMIn . f ,; t, For detail Information regardIng chairs. aluminum and ivory
.$ .. .. Mrs Marie limes of 1863 NW '
t. the above jobs, contact H. leather, good condition, 4 barstools
ovlng memory of my wife
..,:\ .. pta' on ,]Feb. 4. She Is survived League located at 395 NW FirstSt. p.m.
.4 rr": .:.:;;.l J iy> her husband, Warner, several ., or call FR 1-6476,
; t; sons and daughters. Chapel services BEAUTY SHOP. Reasonable'
: \J' will be conducted Feb, 9 ''.
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:\ ; 6004 NW 27th tve. Phone NE
t ; ;-':'.:,.:::' .: at 1 .plot.: .Burial) will be In Evergreen LEGAL NOTICE 4.9447 or FR 90358.)

Cemetery. .., Notice of Intention to registerin
compliance with House Dill
; ": Henry .Rider, of 425 NW 6th No. 1175 No, 20953 Laws of
st,, ,apU) 35 died' at Mt, Sinai Florida 1941. FOR RENT

", '." Hos italon, Feb 4. He Is survived PRINCE CAFE, 338 NW 14th
-- by a <,wife, 2 children, a brother St., under which name we do FURNISHED Private apartment.
MRS. BEATRICE HAYES and other relatives. Chapel business. Willie James Prince, Free gas light, water and phone.
wishes thank ,the many.friends services, will be conducted on owner, grease Prince, co.owner. Also parking/ for your car. Adults
for kindness shown -dtiring (,)its I Feb: 1'.at 4 pm. Burial in Evergreen Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28 oily 6600 NW 8th avo. Phone
recent bereLaverent., Special : PL 8-0792
thanks to Rev A Afcron.IIall, pastor
and the m mlb N of Ebenejr ': Infant 'Kenneth Pearson, 825 I I FURNSHED apartment Mamie

:, M. Church, your ,kindnesses;will :NW 70th St., died at Jackson Me. Woodward, 1202' NW 70th fit{
'>t. never be .forgotten.. Agtn ,.mortal Hospital. Ho Is survived CBS DUPLEX PL 8-2909),

, thanks to everyone. -.for. every. :by,hls., p..r. nts. Graveside services & FRAME HOME
.. '!t. ROOM In
\
\ f' thing. !were held Feb. 5. now home. Price rea
: Mrs. Ethel Phillips,:, mother' .... ona-hle- Call NE 41707.
_ t.1. ;1 ::. Sidney Davis, father : ; $750 Down
,;. And Family I Comfortable furnished room
.. "' y' /-.Lu-- Support. YourYMCA Balance $150 Month In Christian home. Call NE
_. . k l 4-1864.
-- Membership 2462-66 NW 55th St
: I
MRS. ALLEGRO A. JOHNSONwho I MODERN
DEATij$1Francis bedroom apt., stove,
1158.departed from us on Feb. 5, : 1 Drive refrigerator and water, quiet.

Inquire 844 NW 70th st, apt. 5
Three sons and husband. and a I MMN..NNN.N.N.N.NNNNN N toHOMES NA 1-6963.
host of relatives.: $1,000 Down
.. . ,.. FOR SALE
FURNISHED, Modern efficiencyIn
IN MEMORIAM Funeral services, fOT" Mrs. Very nice 2bedroom. Larg NEW CBS HOME convenient location. Would
1 Edith Russell of 346A NW 14th | please any couple or man who
In sad' but.. loving memory of St. were held Jan, 23 ,In the Florida room.. Like new, 2 Large Bedrooms wants ideal surroundings, Ph.
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our dear, sister;.. : chapel. She Is survived by her Living room, kitchen and NK 4-6076.
P;ice
THEHESA .NAIRN husband,' 2 daughters,' a sister. land. term low. Dining area, combination C4 ,
who departed: : this life on Feb. f, Interment was held Erejrgreen. j CBS Large Closets >L"n'Et"' Y FURNISHED
1943.: 'GonVb'uH not forgotten. Memorial Park. houses, One 2,bedroom, one 1.

In, hope that' send a shiningray ..:.. :One beautiful corner. Anchor 2248 N.W. Slat Terr. bedroom For information about
j' Funeral services for' Mrs. Jes each phone NH: 6-4905 or Inquire
Fa/ down the' future"I broadeningway. ale, Bethel, who resided :at 18176 fence. 57th St. Price at 1867 NW 68th st.

Homestjead Qt. were conducted knd terms low. Good buy .
'
In1'; peac that'only thou' canst Jan. 24, 1 p.m. at Hurst AJME One bedroom duplex apts., 1320
f 'give . .' Church In Perrlne. Survivors In- Call HARRY DENNY NOW $2,000 Down NW 66th terr. Call PL 8-1115.:

With, Thee. ,'Master, let. me. live. c'ude 2 sons, a brother, a sis
f Mrs.. .Albino Bethel v ter. Interment was held In Lincoln The Keyes Co. 4 UNIT CBS TWO STORES: In wonderful lo
Carriff 'Sawyer M. Park. cation. 1190 NW 62nd st. and
Delia fale' sisters'' _.- 480 Hia. Dr. TU 7.7441 APT. BUILDINGIn 6135 NW 12th avo Fine, for bar

t' Funeral- services for Mrs. ber, shop, beauty shop or any
IN MEMORIAM Frances Walker of 1433 NW M.NI.NNNM --.-................ very good condition other business Phone JB 1-7687,
62nd st., who died Jan. 25 at Excellent locationA
{tn sad but ,loving memory of Jackson Memorial hospital were money maker .FURNISHED Weekly rooms,
our dear father, held"Jan. 31, 2 p.m. In the chapel J.i B. SMITH ,,\ double |10, Mae's Guest House,
with Rev A. D. Hall officia r 2170 Washington St., Opa Locka.
III; ting. She Is survived by a son, 2 ELECTRICSERVICE f MU 3619 F21

listers. Interment 'was In Ever Carver Ranches L ,


;: green $500 Down Super Value
# .a Funeral services for Liverpool Electrical Contractor
: Johnson Jr., who resided at 1755 HOUSEWIRING"Don't Modern 2-bedroom CBS Deautlful bedroom CDS com''
a > NW 68th st. and who died Jan. Home pletely furnished, Jalousied

27, were held Feb. 2,3 p.m'at cuss Call us" Terrazzo floors tile bath porch enclosed garage $1,995
,
St Matthew's Baptist Church down, $14,800 balance, easy
with Rev. N. F. Clark officialIng. PHONE NE 5-3058 Carporte terms.

lie Is survived by his wife, Night or Day Balance $85 Month
8 children, 3 brothers 2' sisters r' 2 Houses, 1.Lot
10 grandchildren. Interment was
CLOSE IN NEAR B6TII 8T.
Will trade for your lots or Doth CBS, bedroom front, 1

PAY' RENT? ( pay cash for cameO bedroom rear), good 'Income,
WHY $1,995 down, balance 1 mortgage
payment.
well constructed concrete block homo
thU
When you cn buy ,
with all tiled feature shiny ol floor, aluminum windows, 'CHARLES H. PYKE Fore' Rent

pre'c""t window fi: mei, ci-port, utility room stove and re- 'One bedroom
furnished screened
frlei4tor, full grown tree' maid shrubbery, for only 11.OOO. REALTOR porch, can be used as'second

Will consider your lot<$,r loU iw part of this price, or, bedroom large lot,. 13th ave.,
t". rM jour older. home. PLaza 7-8151 NW 58th st. By week or month.

T. L. JOHNSONwho SEE 2950 'N.W. 51st Terr. or PLaza 4-0782 Gold Coast Realty

departed this life on Feb. LANDRY REALTY. MO 7.2578
.
4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. .
7. 1952. 6708 West Flagler St. Ere. MO 7-4930
May hA rest In peace and lightperpetual F7 PL 1-2428
shine upon him. l Drive Carefully
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" FLA. MORTICIANSTO NEWSPAPER OLIVER HILL TO

t PAGE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1959 MEET IN AWARDS TO BE SPEAK AT NAACP _

NASSAUJACKSONVILLE MADE .

IN Beyond The Clink ) Oscar I. REGIONAL MEET
SEGREGATION
Hlllman, president of the Florida TALLAHASSEE Nine awards
Of Gold Morticians Association, Inc., announced will be made to the top\ entries TAMPA Speakers for the
N.Y. SCHOOLS Uncle Bert today that the executive in the yearbook and newspaper huge Sunday afternoon m a. 8 smeeting
By board has accepted the invitation divisions judging competition In ,which will close the 7th
CHARGED ONE SOLITARY LIFE of the Butler Brothers Funeral the ninth annual Florida A&M Annual Conference of the S. E.
Directors, and Embalmers of Nas- University Interscholastic press Region, NAACP will be Attorney
f Here is a man who was bornin Bahamas to hold their 35th workshop that will be held Feb. Oliver W. Hill, one of the law
sau,
American ,
the
New York-A unit of charges an obscure village, the childof convention In the Islands, June 26-28, yers who successfully! led the
Jewish Congress a peasant woman. He grew up 1618. The group will hold an This marks the initial time that legal fight that destroyed the
that tens of thousands of Negro in another obscure village. He executive 'board meeting in Plant, awards have been made to out State of Virginia's "Massive Resistance
and Puerto Rican children education, are In worked in a carpenter shop until City, with J. Maxwell Charlow standing student publications in Plan" to continue seg-
rL receiving Inferior lIe was thirty Then for three Funeral Home, March 17 to com the nine year history of the press regation.Mr. .
York.
public schools In New and a half years He was an itin- plete details for the programfor workshop series. The awards are
Hill will address an audience
The New York Metropolitan ant preacher. He never wrote a the meeting. being donated 'by.leading publishing -
Benlah
at the- Baptist
book. He never held an office. He houses and Jewelers.Awards .,
Council of the congress says Hlllman confided that he ex Church, corner Tyler and Pierce
In fact ratherthan never owned a home. He never to have Herman Snider, to be made are as fol-
facto (
there Is "de pects Sts., in Tampa, Feb. 16. Music
had family. He never went to follows yearbooks "Best All-
a -
In the Chemical
In law) segregation president of the Egyptian on the program will be providedby
city schools." college. He never traveled farther Co., Coral Gables, as the Round YearbookJohnson Pub Goldie Thompson's Teen Ager
I away than 200 miles from educational feature for the meet lisping Co., Chicago; "Beat Features chorus.
The group challenged a recent the place where He was born. ing. Also, that he anticipates the ," Joeten's Jewelry. Co..
statement by Superintendent of He had no credentials but Him attendance of R. E. Strickland, Owatonna, Minn.; "Best Layout," Mrs. Margurlte Belafonte, co-
Schoo John J. Theobald deny self. He had nothing to do with of Talladega, Ala., TriS.tats McMurray Printing Co., Miami; chairman of the 1959 Golden
Ing that there was discrimination this world except His divine man (Ffla.-Ala.-Ga.) Governor of the "Best Use of Pictures," Florida Anniversary of the NAACP will
in the schools. It said the statement hood Yet He was taxed. He'paid National i Funeral Direc- Star, Jacksonville. Newspaper address the Saturday night Free
"was contradicted by five His taxes by sending Peter to tors and Morticians Association Section: "Best Sports Story," the dom Fund Dinner which will be
separate reports of the Board ofI I catch a fish. In the mouth of the : Inc.; Jenifer W. Renfro, Clncln- Miami Times, Miami; "Best Editorial held at the Cuban Patio, Maryland
i Education's own commission on fish was the tax money.I natti, Ohio, National executive ," he Florida Sentinel, Tam l Aver and Sixth. The dinner
Integration" was in the same condition board of directors chairman; I pa; "Best All-Around .Newspaper will begin promptly at 7:30: p.m.
one day. No gold. The bank call. Robert H. Miller, Chicago, Ill., ," The Pittaburg Courier, Feb. 14.Mrs. .
DR. KING OFF FOR ed at 10 a.m. notifying me there national general secretary and ; Pittsburgh, Pa.; "Best Column''
I must be money at" 3 p.m. or else their respective staff, as special 'The Mirror News, West Palm Ruby Hurley, Southeastern
'' . I was a long way from this guest for the occasion. Renfro Is Beach; and "Dest. Newsstorr," Regional Secretary will key
INDIA; WILL NOT magical lake that had fish in it expected to accept the invitation St. Petersburg Times' St. Peters note the convention at its open
with gold In its mouth.I of the Florida group to hold the burg. ing mass meeting, Friday night,
VISIT RUSSIADr. stood still and closed my eyes 1960 meeting of his board In Miami Feb. 13 at Greater Bethel 'Dap.
asking God's own Son to go and with a trip to the Islands. tist Church, Jefferson and Short
Martin Luther King, Jr. catch me a fish Next week I'll Mrs. M. S. Allen, Florida Ladies I Your Emory.
announced today that he will not tell your the method He used to Auxiliary president, will cooperate Support
visit the Soviet Union following provide it. I with the state. board in YMCA MembershipDrive
his visit to India as he had earlier extending a welcome to the Na
announced.He I'm Still For PeaceBy tional officers and their lady rel. Drive Carefully!
said that although he has atives. The public, Is Invited to
William Huff for ANP
Henry ------ -------
made excellent progress since he take the tour with the Florida
was stabbed, the state of his I'm[ still for peace and will be Morticians The boat leaves MI- I '
health and the urgency of the Unless these shores are hit. ami, June 15 at 5 p.m. VI'S GUEST HOUSE
racial conflict In the South indicated The turns and twists In Europe REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMSBy
that the trip to the Soviet Don't change my mind a bit. ASTHMATICSWant Day or Week
V Union must be reluctantly post 'm[ for no other nation
poned at this time. Except my Uncle Sam; simple, effective relief Efficiency .Privilege Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.

Dr. King will arrive at New 'm[ still for peace, I tell you from choking, racking bran Phone t OX 1.5343 FR 9.9359
Delhi on February 7 at the invl* For Peace, I truly am. chlal asthma spasm? Get genu, 6393 N.W. 17th AvenueRUPTURED
( tation of the Gandhi Trust ac Ine Breatheasy see what you
companied by his wife and Dr. have been missing. There's no
Lanwrence Reddick of AlaJbama DON SHIRLEY substitute for original Breath-

State College, Montgomery, and COMPOSES SUITENEW easy Inhalant and nebulizing set
will meet with such Indian lead. Get comfort by breathing. Guaranteed. ?
ers as Prime Minister Nehru and YORK (ANP) Don :
Vinoba Shave Dr. King had Shirley, who studied at the New
England Conservatory of Music J & J DRUG DEPT STORE You can be'FREE from TRUSS SLAVERY. New Non-Surgical,
planned to spend several weeks. ,
consulting with Christian leaders has just composed a "modernistic" Painless Office Treatment LOW COST. JfO LOST TIME.
in the Soviet Union following his. : suite at the request\ of Sir

'l stay in India. I Thomas London Philharmonic Beecham, director orchestra., the Beautiful HomeOn Piles Rectal Diems DR. LONG'S CLINIC

Funds for the trip to Russia The London orchestra will play Large Lot A General ,Health Service

had been donated last Decemberby I the composition later this yea.r.Shirley Your lot can be a paymenton Reducing 21 8.W. 18th Ave. FR 2748
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LEAPS 7 FEET FOR ; r J ', l j
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7 1959 PAGE 15
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YORK Fantastic John 'i
Thomas the 17-;year-old Boston ,1, UGA golf champ Is out on the
University freshman became the :' 1 golf course everyday getting In
first I man In history to h 1 g h ii- -r fl{ shape for the North-South Golf SUNSHINEFISH
jump 7 feet Indoors Saturday KO I 0 Tourney Fob/. ur. .. Timmy MARKET
night when he cleared the : Rogers one-of the stars of Duke

height In the MJUrose Games. Ellington's Jump For Joy Show, Poultry Vegetables Fruits
-
&ez, 'Miami is the only place you
Only two weeks ago the gang _
See store and what
our we
line lad set a world mark of can get sun stroke and pneumonia
8-114 In Boston at the same time." Have

Saturday night whle: a throng @'NRs Fresh Fish Daily

of more thaft 15,000 watched In HLANCIIK CALLOWAY'a showon
Madison Square! Garden Thomasand WFEC is a smashing success. Lowest prices in town
Charlie Dumas, the first Monday's opening show broughtout
Open 830; a.m. til 7t30
p.m
outdoor footer engaged In a lots of guest stars.

tense\ duel. -- Sundays 8 turn, til 1 pan.
When Thomas cleared seven

fpd, the crowd let out a tremen DISH I NO THIS DIRT DEFT. We guarantee to please youor
dons roar and Dumas was one of: It's all over town that the pop back
the first to race to the youngsterto ular bartender, "Heads", scream your money
wring his hand. ed cops on the Sir John Lounge. On The Corner .
Now there are five seven foot Seems he called the "man" and
., _
high tne .. complained that Dave
jumpers in manager
world --"" v U -N 1001 N.W. 62nd St.
Thomas Dumas and three Prevlnsky was keeping the
Russians
Headed for a medical technician course in the Unit- lounge open after the 5 a.m.

The outdoor record is 7-1, heldb ed States Army, James Golatt, son of Paul and Rosa Go- closing law, and sure enough the
......... ..... ....... .
\' Yurl Stapanov the Russianwho latt of 1077 NW 64th St., Miami, enlisted recently for man came and arrested the ---

caused all sorts of conten Army service. Born in Miami, Jim is a graduate of North- doors. Now "Heads" side of It:
tion last year when he clearedthe western Senior High School and plans to make "Man, I went In the loungo Jlv FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY
a career
Ing and all I said that the
: height with a built-up ahoe. in the Army. was
The: record was accepted, but the : man was going to close 'em up.
hoe later was outlawed by in- I[ was just b a'lng. There were
two in there Is privileged to offer classes
t>national i authorities ......................................-........../N N.INN.......... when cops the joint was closed already, it was and In '

FAMU just coincidence. I didn't sendno MUSIC DANCE ART
SLATES 25 "
cops.
DRAMAIn
BASEBALL Around Miami the New Building of the

LAST WKKK I wrote of A club
GAMES closing and how people refusedto Carver BranchOf
Talahassee: The FloridaA be "taken-in"! I'd like to clar
DAVE
Mr.
By ( Swing) BONDU
and M University nine fy that statement. The dab In The YMCA
2h game baseball slate plays spring a --.- ............___-_-______.u..____...... ..---.-- question was not the Jim Jam,
which Includes one exhibition. but the Sir John. It yWll remember 1570 N.W. 57th St.
..IIA VE NO Idea how it happened out who will I
and 25 STAG league contests. ....1 &o before we find I did say a downtown club.If .
but Charles Hadley, five be selected our unofficial Mayor.Don.t .
The Rattlera, had a 12.6 recordfor people had ,been treated well, We would be happy to
weeks ago was in last position delay In sending In your
the
58
season and finished the olub might still be As
third In our unofficial Mayor Poll, and cards for your choice. Send themto open. Discuss your child's future
in
circuit for
the
doesn't
standing behind manager, he have
,
ow' for the second straight week the Miami Times, 6740 needs
Alabama State College and Tus- me at the courtesy to say "hello," and on Saturday
Mr. Hadley has held first place NW 15th ave. The winner will
kegee! Institute. OX the 26 must learn that In public life,
scheduled games :and It look as if he's going to be announced in the Feb. 21 issue 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.111N.N1.1INIT.NN.NINNNIIINI.
for 'It.snice
this spring, 15 of as well, as in private life .
them will be played at home and stay there. The number of postcards of the Times. to be nice. .., INIYSOOTIN'S
11 on the road. Home games will sent In to me on behalf of t .
Mr. Hadley have kept me busy
Ijpgln at 230: and will be in then CURT HARMON now appearIng
w university diamond on Railroad counting. Nevertheless, here Isthe at the Pin Up on Miami
ave.Coach score: Beach, has just cut the first aide TVFor
0. A. Moore said that Charles Hadley ....................,.. 847 of his album called "Jazz at the
he has 13 lettermen returning AUy. H. Arrington ................ 712 Grate and Pin UP." . Crazy Reconditioned TV's From $19.95
this season and he should be in li'r. Theo. Gibson .................... 689 Chris Columlbo the swlnglngest
(strong contention for the loop Dr. Ira P. Davis ...,,........_.,. 651 drummer in the land, and his For The Finest Service' on All (TV Make & Model

crown The Rattlers open prac Atty 0. E. Graves ...,...*..?... 426 combo' are 'packing them In tClro' Try us You'll Like us
tice with the pitchers and catch- Dr. J. 0. Brown ................... 377 Lounge on the Beach . .
rs reporting Feb. 6. The rest of E. N. Taylor ............................ 303 Betty Grable sez, "This is tho 321 N.W. 3rd -Avenue FR 3-1589
the squad will report for training Thomas Bannister ................ 287 best band I've ever heard, and More than 25 year of reliable service
Feb 14, With only two more weeks toThe I've heard the best of them" I
I Just when things started looking
bad for the clubs and lounges' on

I I the Beach, seems Giro's had a
house night. They
packed every
I .didn't have any problem packing
'em In cause It sterns to be the ROOMSLarge

., ;': place where all of the big time
> r tars of show business linger.
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".''t" MISS 1V\MITA JO In thrillingthe
\ patrons with her song styling
:", *. When she opens with "I've Refrigerator & Range
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f, ., Found a New Baby. ," it capturesthe
"
I
*' audience with the first note.
I It's a fact that Damita Jo Is the! 'Always' Kept 'Clean, Orderly and Quiet

new singing discovery for the
.1
'" push night clubs and hotels all .

.' .. -;,{. over the world . The special
,p" added attraction, ChlckJe Home,
'.j \rtl! ..: whose rendition of "Everyday" $11.50 PER WEEK
I ',-..>5: keeps the-audience at a jumping
"n'I'\
-ri 3Ht pace and his delivery of "So
Long" keeps him In demand for 320 N.W. 7th St. See Mr. Myers
more encores. ChlckJe made his
first appearance at the Casablanca
hotel. where he did an hour
and a half, during the Jatter
part of last year and where the
manager ,had to ask the audienceto
t please let him off stage He
received the same reaction at the Variety "Top 15"1.Teardrops
Sherry Krontenac, but at Giro's '
which i Is considered the "door on Your Letter, Twist-Midnighter
opener" to dame and fortune, bit 2.-Nobody But You-Dee Clark
reception Is simply grand. They I IOyt 3.- Charlie Brown- Coasters
: him. His next move Is a rec
ord session which Js In the making 4.-It's Just a Matter of Fame-Brooke Benton

now As for me I'm just the 5.-It's Girls Everywhere-Eugene Church

Ix .i ;ii: House MX3. at Giro's which 6> -I Cried a Tear-Laverne Baker
iw wI means that I'm not Important. 7.-(Never, Never-The Treniers
The stars are the important'
8.Lonely Teardrops Jackie Wilson
people, such as Chris Columbo '
Damita Jo, ChlckJe Horne, and 9.-No Regrets Jimmy Barnes
of course the customers and 10.-Love You Most of All-Sam Cooke

you, their fant.OFFICKIl 11.-Try Me-James Brown .r '

12.-Stagger Lee-Lloyd Price ..

AKC1I LANa 13.-Smoke Gets in Your Eyes-The 'Platters?
FORD, special narcotics squad 14. She Say-The Diamonds .
-
agent, has sent his letter of reslg
patlon to the "bigher-upfl". Lang 15.-Tell Me The Truth-Gene Allison

Rev. C. L. Franklin pastor of the New Bethel ford has requested that be be put GET 'EM ALL AT THE
back'! In unJI rm. At this bit of
Baptist Church in Detroit Mich., will appear at'the Dade
lot of fellows
news, a are sayIng -
County Auditorium, 2901 W. Flagler St. Sunday, Feb. 15 aloud "Amen." Did Archie Variety Record Shop

at 3:00 p.m. Appearingwith Rev. Franklin will be his 16- get tired of the name "dope
3-feet tall midget Miss catcher"T 'THE HOUSE OF HITS"
the ,
Aretha
year old daughter;; ,
Sammie Bryant and the Swan Silvertone Singers. Special 6400 N.W. 15th AvenueJoin

I truest, Choir No. 2 of New Hope Baptist Church, Rev. J. Lillian PRETTY Scott GIRL. .Of Policeman The Week of the Variety Record Club .

E. Brown, pastor. Tickets are on sale at Ida's Cafe In the week: Sgt. Leroy Smith . Buy 10 Records Get One FREE

Homestead; Toback's Grove Pharmacy, Oneal's Beauty Teaoher of the week! Earl Wells Ask about our Record Player Layaway Plan

Salon, North's Travel Bureau, Pratt's Cleaners and Neal'sMarket. - ,
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'.' THE MAW TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper. Florida Shrine The Imperial Potenate of Ancient .' Shop, 3360 Douglas Rd., Dr. .I.
' I Egyptian, Arabic Order of P, Davis office, 1035 ,NW'2nd
t'' PAGE 16' (SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 7, 1959 Desert Conference NoblesTof; tlI-lf Mystic Shrine will ave.' or'Sir John,'Hotel, 276 NWv
w arrive fa ,pjir fair city Feb. 12 to 6th st. .
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c;\1 hold hs| annual State Conferencewith ,; '

.-, .,t'\;: --- ....-'.... ...... ..... ........ ,.,..., ........ ....... ----- the Potentate,, Recorders, :';
I Comm Mardi Gras Dance
lA" . 'l'24fii ndress, and Recordess
'; and Other ''Nq les and Daughters'of
: :'j: In-Around The Bahamas'.! \ the State .of Florida. Headquarters Holy Redeemer, Parish\ Hall ; .\ ', \

,'. \* ., ,, .. (;t'10 win!| be set up at the(Sir Monday-February' 9'*: :' ,
; John No.
1 otel lo' JCarah; Temple ,
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j '", (,.. :;;j -, -- -.--...........-..--.By., -A.......H..... ..McKENZIE...- --.-......._.... ._ ._---- :. ; 'Potentate 149,'c red and l p. .;Bentley Kazah,;Court Illustrious No. ** Costumes 9 o'clockIP.m- ,Prizes., '' '

r ,i I/ Orville Turnqest, attorney-at H., F, Pickwoad, 71, ,retired :' 117, Louise p. Rolle, cote an*
h ,',' ./ law, has passed with second class English Commission, died at :' I dress, wn( be the host temple Donation 75 cents ,

.,. honors in his Real Estate papers> the home of his daughter Jan. 20 1 is :'And CoM.\i All Nobles and :::. ...:-: .... :::
I F 'at; London University and the Before coming to the Bahamashe '; Daughferq jure! l Invited to attend ,1
Inns of' Court. Mr. Turnquest is fought In' the Boer 'War and the session* to be held Saturday The Best people
",i ''''. studying for the Barrister-at-law later served with an outfit of and Sifnday, '00. 14th and 16th
','-'l:' and the LL.B. degree. He expects African police. His survivois' are ..,. 'respectively 4* New Providence Live at "
j. examinations his daughter and two sons. Masonic( 1J&J1; 941<< NW 3rd ave. , ,'
; k, ,; to sit for the bar Atlantic, Manor -'
/ o'i\1\( '. in September. ".;,' The public' Is Invited to attend
__ &
i To Be Ordained Garden
the F ; Desert Confer
A coroner's- Jury Investigated >".' < ;, t !! held -
tl; ence banquet to.be at, the
t .' "'" Apartments
on Jan. 27 the death of Raymond {,.<:.' ,: / Sir Jo banquet room on

j.. ,'" Burns who was fatally wounded tt. +1w a : Saturday n on Dec. 18 !by a pistol shot ,'&;'1 ;'" other amusements will follow. Northwest
with detective k\ :' E _. _..
while scuffling < Make yoijr .reservations call.
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t Sgt. Paul 12. Thompson who had : 'P T'WI : F14
CAREY P. BENTLEY Ing FIJ 3-338J, NE 4-7825 or pickup ,
The Jury recommended : ,
arrested him. "firearms now I:, :, s . Illustrious Potentate same a,( Bentley's Barber 3S ft SagtfttfSSS .

., issued to that members all of the police ..,<"' .t, .......:..'..'............./..frvs". .. ,.:..........:_.uu....._....-..u.-..i............./..................__.....___..............Nrr........._1.....Y..._........_/VNWY.. _.."..._W._.Oe/......._'Ii.--..........y
oJ' force be recalled.. :;" 'u" >.!?..!*N>!?n:?..!?.):?oIn!i..!;:u7n!?..!7..iio.--'Ij.-.ifl,:7< >.:;:.. ..i"fM:. ,. !.. ..:;:.,..!:.!.: ..::5....""' .t....... .
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Six-year.old John Rolle died fW w!. : _ I: Fair Realty is' Easy to Buy From |rn |
Jan. 27 when he was hit by a t,. ,
truck in Centerville. The truck Etta! !
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was and driven owned by by the Henry Village Dean Storo.of !u! ; VISIT OR CALL TODAY . PL 7-1645 H t!

Wulff Road. The, child is said to &, ,.-. Elc1t
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have run out of the ,bushes in the !I If' j Its
path'of the vehicle. This was the J t,

fourth traffic fatality of the year. ;b q ,ate


'Captains of four. Haitian sloops t
O were charged on Jan. 23 in the (1t::1 i t i.'
Magistrate's Court with permit i @
".,. ting 87 passengers to leave their d dI
Deacon Ernest Williams will ,,
ships without complying with the
Bahamas Immigration regula be ordained to the Gospel Mis. I n3 _ :: u
tion on Jan. 21. One was fJned sionary during services to be I
and the others were cautioned. held at New Bethel l Baptist II n3 in!
Fourteen of the passengers were Church In Liberty City, 'Sunday, I } .,
I charged with Illegal entry and afternoon at 3 o'clock. I II I I't11 L, .
sentenced to Imprisonment and Deacon Williams has served as I etlalt. J
will be deported teacher and superintendent in I
I Sunday School, and as clerk and n n..

finally deacon, for a number of b t tt
Dr. H. W Brown is celebrating years. Last November he was
his 20th anniversary as pastor of elected to succeed the Rev. G, G.
Bethel Baptist Church this week.\! Jones who resigned the pastor .. .,
I. Bethel is the oldest church edifice ate because of ill health
,. in the Bahamas It was built His many, friends and the pub ,
j in 1790 Dr. Brown has renovated lie are cordially invited to attend ,1 t, tt b
III'I the building during his pas the ordination services: t
I torate and plans other Improve. it
ments. t -
1 : Mayor Proclaims
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WHY PAY RENT ?
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"Clean-up Week"The
Thousands lined the streets of

the outhern District last Sundayas Honorable Robert King, H
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members of St. Agnes and High, mayor of Miami, has pro SELLING COSTSWITH
FAST CLOSING
: & NO
other Anglicans went in a mam claimed Monday, Feb. 16 through .. A95
moth procession. in celebration of Saturday, Feb. 21 as ."Clean-up .p DOWN in-
the church's Patroal Festival. All Week." This was done at the request !
'., the Anglican clergy in Nassau of the 12th grade historyand These 3 and 4 bedroom CpS homes being finished on N.E. 151 st Terra in

participated preached and the sermon was government classes of Booker apd N.E. 152nd St. off N.E. |4th Ave., North Miami Beach. Clty-water, i ilandacaped.
by the Mean of Nassau H
T. Washington High School. Just weekly fcntil finished. Five sold E i
The area to be Included in this put up 4epo''t. Pay
Corporal Hansel Clarke, a native < campaign is from NW 23rd st. last week. Hurry1. Models,} ill Jje shown'' by Mr. Elliot this Sunday, 1 to'
of Moss own, Exuma, and to NW 6th st. and from NW 7th ,
Miss Mary Clinton, exchanged ave. to NW 1st ave. 6 p.m. The quietest and njcest area in Miami. Only mortgage to pay. R

marriage vows at Salem Baptist These students are asking that !
church on Sunday At 4 p.m. The all parents, civic leaders, landlords b r -X
1 Rev Henry Stuart officiated and all the other students ,OPA ''LOCKA'NO CLQs N3t LIBERTY CITY, : CORNER LOT 1t r

show community pride by cooperating DOWN
James A. Grant 8r., 89, died with this campaign. Let $795 DOWN $995

Jan.James 20 Jr.at, the home of his son, everybody help clean and beau BEAUTIES COTS Brand new 3-bedroom CBS home #
on East Shirley St. He
tify our community.
was a native of Eight Mile Rock, 10 new ones now being built, Pick,, under construction. Shower doors, i
Grand Bahama. Funeral Venetian blinds. Put a' deposit.
services up
!II! Built-in oven, and
were held at Zion Baptist Churchon Fashionetta yours now Pick all, your own colors.. Being K
Jan. 23. range, 3 bedroom CBS,1 Ploriga:/ built on the N.E. corner of N.W.
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The Idle Hour Art Club cor Rear '' large screened-tn I
Mr. Grant is survived by four dially invites you and your i Put deposit., Balancewhe 69th St. and 19th Ave. Hurry 1!
.1 ro m. up .
sons, two r VNEW{ 495 DOWN CBS t
daughters, 19 grand friends to attend a Fashionettaand 1791 $1,
finished. See1789
children, 23 great grandchildrenand Musical Tea Sunday Feb. 15, a n -, 4-bedroom, 2: bath with built-in tl l
two brothers. His son, Aus <4< to 7 p.m.. at 1744 NW 3rd ave. 5c' 155th st. Models. Mr. Bliss. oven and range, heater, city water. t
tin, died three
weeks before. (upstairs.) F14 M
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SAME DAY SERVICE E St. Stove and refrigerator. Very neat attractive buildings.

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CITY WATER NO CLOS IMF water 1meHSn. Separate gas and n '
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