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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: February 14, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00637
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Ministers ,, :.1Blasted, '. : For Timidity:


TAMPA Mrs. Ruby Hurley Speaking before a group, of beaches in Florida under God's rock. the boat don't preach I The Rev. C. K. Steele,' leader
of Atlanta, regional secretary of ministers from six states at the sun Just like everybody else." politics. in church." I of the Tallahassee bus boycott in
the NAACP, Thursday blasted opening of the seventh annual She urged\ the ministers, some The NAACP, she said, seeksto
1956 said in his keynote addressto
southern Negro ministers who southeastern conference ,.tth? 35 in all, not to be afraid to be gain more dignity for Negroes.She ,

refused for integration to aid the on-grounds NAACP's the fight NAACP, Mrs. Hurley --urged ]ntnislersvto active in the NAACP, She also said it won't stop until It has the ministers .that fear among;

church should not become involved step up their battle. Joij i crlticied some for saying, "Let's broken down segregation in members of both races is the biggest -

in politics. integration "so we can enjoy, the don't go too far . let's don't schools and other public facilities obstacle to integration.

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I Work Begins On $300,000 HospitalShriners' Closes"Jump\ on For BejichiDuke Joy" I


OCCUPANCY' DUp The SO-bed hospital is being a pediatric ward.
built by Markel Industries, Inc., Starting as a 12-bed hospitalin
'MidWinterConference IN 5 MONTHSGround at a cost of $250,000. An addit 1918, the hospital is presently
ional $50,000 will be required t" located ,in a rundown" frame

to was officially broken furnish the new building when it building at 1218 NW First place. ___ I
on Wednesday morning for the is completed in five months. The has been sold to
new $300,000 Christian Memorial T".e building will be modern in property
Meet in Miami Hospital on 32nd ave. between every: detail with a complete ob- interests who will put apartment' _
47th and 48th streets, stetri6al" department, nursery and buildings on the site. ,
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Joy" closed down Monday night. '

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BOOKER T. ALEXANDER star-studded cast
Despite a

Imperial Potentate ':.H. : V F YI V : ; rl4 that included Barbara McNair,
The Florida. Desert Mid-Winter : Stump/ and Stumpy, Norma Miller -
Conference of Shrines will be Timmle Rogers, Jimmie Ran- '
held in Miami on Saturday and d dolph, Othella Dallas, the Miller
Sunday, Feb. ,14 and 15 at the Brothers, and 30 chorus-girla, the
Masonic Temple, 941 NW 3rd .; show never did '. )ack 'cm11 In" as
did Larry Steele's Smart"Affairs
ave.Booker T. Alexander of Detroit, Members of the Board of Directors of new $300,000 hospital on 32nd ave., at and Cab Galloway's Cotton Club
Imperial Potentate, will presideover the Christian Memorial Hospital and 47th st. Architects and builders look on as Revue of the pait.
the meetings. The Imperial members of the Dade Copnty Academy of the first shovels of dirt are turned on the ))1
Potentate will be assisted by various Medicine take part in ground-breaking five month job.-Photo< by Johnson of 1

Florida deputies, including of the the Desert Oasis of of ceremonies Wednesday morning for the Miami.Third GOLF TOURNEY

Temples from Key West, Tampa,
Tallahassee, Orlando, Palatka, : STARTS THURS.Miami .
Dayona Beach St. Augustine, Marguerite
Jacksonville and Miami. Virginia' 'r: is experiencing its fin-

The meeting will be called to Belafonte to est weather for many a lesson as
time< approaches for the 6th annual -
order at 9:30: Saturday morning. '
Sessions will also be held. Satur- Speak ,Here Ray Mitchell Winter Golf

day afternoon and Sunday morning --.-. .-- City Integrates Tournament and parade of social
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"'.,,. .. :"/--- '...c.. ,- -,. i'f. '( activities to be held here Feb. 19- the meeting are '" ,. L.' 22. Ai in ,previous years the
Kazah Temple No. 149 and the 1. t I. Alexandria, Va. Nine Ne- tournament will\ bo held at the
Daughters of Kazah Court No. Negro children entered previously Miami Springs Golf Course.
117, who have completed >all .j.jr' all-White schools without Incident COMMUNITY (Mitchell said prc-tournamcnt
f plans.jto. entertain the -visiting : here Monday to make registrations indicate that the
Nobles and Daughters during the ,/ ? Alexandria the third Virginia BROTHERHOOD S 1059 event will be larger than
4 meeting. city where schools are integrated. either of hit previous golf extra-
BANQUET AND DANCE //:. ",..,' Raymond Sanger, assistant PROGRAM AT vaganzas, A professional purse of
4 SATURDAY NIGHT school superintendent, said the $1,000 awaits the pro-participants
children entered Hammond High while a large number of trophies
k Social highlights of the confer- School and two elementary BTWA will be von hand for amateur men
ence will be a banquet and dance. ,' schools Ficklin and Ramsay end women. This will be a 72-
The banquet will be held satur- .... !ol.:' without any demonstration. community program in observance hole event for the pros and I
day night at 8:30 In the banquet of National Brotherhood championship men and women.
room of the Sir John Hotel 278 There are now 10 desegregated Week will be presented Friday, 'I Others will play 18-hole quallI -- y
Six at
the state.
schools !in
,. NW 6th st. The dance will follow Feb. 20 in the Booker T. Washington I.I tying rounds and 84-hole medal j
Norfolk and one at Arlington
f at 10:30: at C1ub 535 NW 3rd High School auditorium at competition.
f ave] The pubic Is Invited to the County obeyed court orders and 8 pm.
banquet and the dance. Donations integrated quietly last week. Already, according to Mr. Mit-
Like Arlington, Alexandria is Music will be rendered by the
for the banquet and dance chell, Joe Louis, Hay /Rojbinson
combined Is $2.00 and for the a suburb of Washington, D.C. Booker T. Washington Chorus and Jackie RObinson are registered -
the dance alone the donation ,1* The school at Front Royal, and the Jewish Cultural Choir Roy Campanella will be in
$1.00. first in the state to be closed, The school choir is expected to Miami to view the tournament.A .
-.- -- --- J was ordered reopened on a desegregated render two selections; "Break large number of well known
Reservations for the banquet the basis Wednesday Bread Together" and "Ride The golfer will enter the moat talk-
may be made at the Sir John Hotel A "Get-together0 honoring Feb. 18 by US. Judge John Paulon Chariot"; they will also render ed-about tournament of the win
phone FR 3-3381 or by con membership campaign committee Tuesday. two mass selection with the ter season. .
tacting any of the following of the Dade County Branches of Jewish Cultural ChoIr. "G ,
the NAACP will be held a2tWed- Down Moses" and 'WalajUil."
Davis 10M NW
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2nd Noble ave.. FR 3-2409 or Noble nesdaY Feb. 18 at 8 p.m. in the Rev. S. A. Cousin and Mrs. OraD. Speakers for the occasion are will also participate! .on the pro-
Samuel Sweeting, 8002 NW 23rd Sir John Ballroom 5W NW 3rd Taylor, co-chairman of the Rev. Max Karl, regional directorof gram.
NE 4-7825. ave. Margurlte Belanfonte cochairman recent drive, will make the the National Conference of
court, will be Christians and Jews and The .Is invited to attend
unable to attend the .ot.the 1030 Freedom awards. Refreshments Atty. public *
If you are served. The affair is iff the L. E. Thomas. Representatives this No admission' .fee
all means be sure to Fund, a! njr' With" Jackie Robinson open program. '
banquet, by "" "*'* "
from other community group i Is required. .
attend the dance. will be the guest eaterr. public.


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THE MAMI TIMES-"The Peoples': Newspaper"PAGE Weekend CampSponsored

2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1959 Carver YMCAThe by I -T!

BTW Student to Get YMCA G.will W.sponsor Carver Its Branch first

Weekend Camp for 1959 Friday,
' ,.1". Feb. 20-22. at beautiful Camp

Brotherhood Award CUaissa-Bauer.Young people:: from Greater Miami I 'y t
area are looking forward to
this trip with great enthusiasm.

Winners of the Annual Broth- Willie Green, 3265 NW 53rd st., From the time campers depart ,, '
erhood Awards given by the Miami, who is a senior at Booker from the Carver YMCA Fridayat
Florida Region, National Confer- T. Washington High School. 4.30: pam until the time they
ence of Christians and Jews are Willie is a member of the National return on Sunday, Feb. 22 their
Honor Society, president schedule will have activities that
announced by James M. LeGate,
chairman of the Awards Comit- the county-wide Student Council are packed with fun and wholesome -
Association, active in his church recreation under the super-
tee.The awards will be presetned and in high school athletics. vision of competent Christian

during the program of the Sev- Mary Sarah Kelly, 261 NE leadership. made I
enth Annual Brothrhood Dinner, 97th st., Miami Shores, a senior Arrangements have been AGeorge
Feb. 16, in the Grand Ballroomof at Miami Edison High School to have young people living In A ., \
the downtown meet at Dixie .- -
with schedule area ".1:1I:
the Americana Hotel. a stiff of math and
sciences she has maintained, Park auditorium, 340 NW 13thst.
Adult awards include a silver ; a Washington Carver
medallion and a certificate. I )5 average in school from which they will departfor High School newspaper reporters,
Youth awards receive a bronze : Jerome Bill Ullman. 12921 weekend camp. Joyce Lang and Eddie Cason consult v
medallion and certificate. Auralia Road, North Miami, a Campers will be given the opportunity with Mrs. Lowls Carlton, Beautiful HomeOn
Adult award winners as fol- Junior in North Miami High to participate In many "Freedom 'Is Our +Heritage" pro .
lows: School. Bill has maintained an activities, among which are the gram co.ordlnator on the Feb. 16 Large Lot
following: Swimming, athletics' ,
The Honorable LeRoy Collins, "A" average in his studies and is starting date of la county-wide
Gpvernor of Florida, who receives one of the few students in that cooking, cookouts, camp fires, scholarship competition for high Your lot can be a paymenton
his award for distinguished school to be admitted to Honors devotional, basketball, volleyball, school students. All ,Dade high I
national leadership in the cause Courses. He is particularly cited nature and study out-door, group singing social, Indoor school seniors In American His this 4-bedroom new

of brotherhood. The award recog- for his initiative in promoting an and dancing games, tory and Government. 11 classes 1581 1N.W. 56th St..
nizes Gov. Collins' consistent efforts ''nter-religious program for Miami square are eligible to enter the contest., '
to state a moderate pointof youth, which included social, youngsters Teenagers desirious and grade of school Prizes Include a University of Open 3-5 p.m.
view in relationship to the cultural and religious exchange. visit attendingmay Miami scholarship, $500 cash
the Carver
various social tensions that dis- Robert H. Fite, president of : Branch YMCA at its locationat Branch prize and $300 cash for the win. Baron JE 8-1340
turb the South. It recognizes also 'he Florida Power and Light Co. 5770 NW 15th new call ner's teacher. -
the ,effectiveness of his interpre- is general chairman for the din- OX 60231. ave. or
tation of the importance of these ner. Assisting him are George
tensions on the national and International Coury and William D. Singer, co-
scenes. The committee ihalrmen H. Y. Kinard, vice Child Lecture atJESCA NEED MONEY!

recognized the impact of his president of Maule Industries, is 1st and 2nd mortgage loan $1,000 pay $21.25 mo.
many statements made in connection chairman of the board Of the Fla. TonightPatrons Payoff all your bills $1,500 pay' $31.88 mo.
with his role in the Gov Region NCCJ.Russian .
Get additional cash $2,000 pay $42.6 mo.
friends, don't forget
ernors' conrerence, as well as I
his consistent moral and spiri- is YMCA the lecture tonight at Liberty Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments
tual leadership in the problemsthat Square Auditorium, 7:30: pjm.. FREE-24 hour inspectionNo
are (peculiar to Florida. World Service Friday, Feb 13. Miss Betty Lou
I McCloud of Family Service, will Cost to You
C. Clyde Atkins, 2040 Country Speaker
speak on "Understanding The
Club Prado, Coral Gables, will Young Child." An interesting Dade-Broward Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL
receive an award for "his consis- According to Dr. Cyrus M. Jol- film also will be shown. ANYTIME
tent record of service to the entire llvette, World Service chairmanof Many thanks to the MRS Club
community through faithful the Carver Branch YMCA, for story books ,presented to the Miami: FR 7-4812 Hollywood : WA 3-7071
discharge of his duties to the the YMCA's of the world are Centers, for our children's en-
many organizations of which he I now engaged, in a global program joyment. Again we thank you.
has been a member and an officer -' "Buildings for Brotherhood" to Just a reminder: We like visitors! Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
His. personal demonstrationof raise funds to build more YMCAs Come and see us.
that .basic principle of broth- abroad. "Buildings for Brother- I
erhood that calls upon all men of hood" is a Christian offensive' V
good will to cooperate in mat- which attempts to put more cen-
ters of common civic concern." ters of Christian democracy into I There is Easier *
Anna Brenner Meyers, 802 W. action. an Way. i
DiLJdo! Drive, Miami Meach, whois ,
Dr. Jollivette
commended for her many activities announced today (
in public affairs, welfare that Nicholas T, Goncharoff, for-
and mer Soviet ,citizen and Russian j i" ,
community work in Dad e DRY YOUR CLOTHES
tank commander in World War :
County, as well as her. personal .... .
LI has
exemplifications of In by the YM
leadership '
the effort to secure the maximum of Greater Miami to appear on INDOORS. EVEN' '
enjoyment of civil rights by all behalf of the local World Service a. / .
citizens and uphold the basic program. .;.

concepts of respect and dignity Mr Gancharoff, who was a AT NIGHT. . / ,
for all human beings. In addition prisoner of war of the Nazis, a :,
to being a member of the bar, worker in a forced labor camp \ .J .
Mrs. Meyers is in the ,public eye and a refugee-victim, will appear ELECTRICALLYt
as a member of the Dade County throughout Dade County for five S
School Board and has served a days. He will be guest of the
host of civic organizations in Carver Branch Sunday, Feb. 22, .
her professional career. Several at 4 pam in the Chapel of the Eliminate washday stooping, bending, / h tf,, .
years ago, she received a Dade branch, 5770 NW 15th ave. .
stretching, pinning lugging! Be free of
County "Outstanding Citizen Music will be furnished by the .. .,
Award" and is listed In Who's. Northwestern High School chorus weather worries-wind,dust, fading sun!
Who of American Women. I Refreshments will be served. The Dry all your washables-even daintiest ,
Youth awards are granted to I public is invited '
nylons-indoors . electrically. Clothes '

that are dried electrically come out fluffy, '

DON'T LOSE YOUR LICENSE bright,wrinkle-free...many need no ironing J\'
So win complete freedom from wash- ;,'
day drudgeryl!Own the"Thrifty Three"
Everybody Can Get And
Can Afford
Everybody automatic electric washer, dryer :
AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE AT and ironer..and live better,electrically I

Bf Sir, your plans ladwU .

645 N.W. 36th St. 16650 N.W. 27th AvenuePL electric water beating,tool

9-5284 ''NA 4-1811 $ Renumber,.It's,cheaper to go .;..

Six Months Policies $tart as Low as $12 Down \ o//-electrlc/ In your laundry than l,

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THE MIAMI TIMES-uThe'' Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY '

FEBRUARY 14, 1959 PAGE 3

4 Ray Mitchell-. To won the Ray Mitchell North-

: South Tournament three times,
: I Conduct Golf and last 'year was runner-up in
: School HereRay the national. Also Richard Gard-
ner, times.winner of the NorthSouthtwo

Mitchell, professional and
Place and time will be an-
l4 nationally known golf promoter, nounced. '
will give group golf lessons and ...L.-__SFashionetta
private lessons starting March 2. ,
: Mr. Mitchell also talks on golf
4 1 a cttlquette and many iproblems The Idle. Hour Art Club cor
a ,lt r that the golfer will face on a new dially invites you and your
t e :' integrated golf course. friends to attend a Fashionetta
S Ray hopes'to work in Miamisix and Musical Tea Sunday, Feb 15,
weeks before he takes up his 4 to 7 p.m. at 1744 NW 3rd are.
duties at the Harlem YMCA (upstairs). Mrs Marguerite Bela-
Golf School. fonte will appear on the program.
Mr. Mitchell has turned out
\ many golf champions. Two of his
students are Miss Myrtle Patterson -
ir : I of New York City who has Drive Carefully







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Installation Dinnerof

Women's Union of Liberty Temple Daughter were extended Rulers, Exalted by visiting Rulers t

Celebrates WithTestimonial' and out-of-town bt ;24,
Holy Redeemer some guests,
one of whom was a past state r '
The picture above shows the And president of New Jersey and Dt. ?
newly elected officers along with Public InstallationThe Ruler of her Temple. ?t u
retiring officers, visiting priests, Liberty Temple presented their ... '
and priests of the Holy Redeemer Daughters of Liberty elected Dt. Ruler, an umbrella
Catholic Church as they dined Temple 724 gave a testimonial made of Elkdom Colors and em-
in the delightful atmosphere ofGeorgette's I honoring their Dt. Ruler, Mat bellished with 'dollar. bills A w
number of gifts accompanied this
Tea Room. The occasion -
was the installation of officers gesture of appreciation and Dt.
of the Women's Union of Tucker expressed gratitude with
the church. Music and entertain- promise of her continued service.
ment were furnished by Willie. The second division Was the
Williams and Marsh Mc-Iver. A Installation of officers by the
District Dt. Marie White. The That't the
very delectable menu was served. taste you get
officers had their duties re-em- flStMA
Reading from left to right are phasized in words that glorified when you make your .
Mrs. Albertha Fletcher, pro- k IBPOEW and the District Dep- Gin'n Tonic with clean-tasting too .. _
gram chairman; Mrs. Ruth K. uty sounded the gavel declaring
Jones, publicity director; Mrs. them duly installed. They marched DRYa1Ne
Ethel Doyle, chairman of recollection ,t with "Bills" by their side and FLEISCHMANN'SGIN .
Day and past secretary; were most lovely in their even-
Mrs. Olivia Castor, treasurer, t 1 ing owns. The second divisionwas
and chairman of Circle No.2; declared beautiful. The third
Miss Vashti Coleman, corresponding section of the occasion was the
secretary; Miss Irma sumptious! feast of turkey and
Bodie, resident; Father Joseph the trimmings, enjoyd by all and "
DeVaney, priest of Holy Redeemer was most satisfying to the taste DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN '
Mrs. Henrietta Borden, past buds. 00 PROOF THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING
president; Mrs. Lerlene Gray, recording Certainly the public would
secretary and chairman have Liberty Temple repeat this
of Circle No.4; Mrs. Florence again and again.
Hamilton, vice president and Liberty Daughters are to be
chairman of Circle 3; Father Me- -"' commended for recognition of the
Grendham, Mrs. Estherlene Cole- service rendered by their past
brook, past Circle chairman; Mrs. Wood Tucker for invaluable service and present Dt. Ruler, Mae Tucker -
Marie. Wareham, assistant secre- Dt. Tucker has served Liberty and the service expected from TV REPAIRS
tary; Mrs. Marjorie Gowen, past in this capacity previouslyand the officers Installed along with
treasurer, Father Thomas Gog- has for many years workedfor her who are loyal daughters of
gins, priest, Holy Redeemer. the total good of Liberty Liberty Temple.A .
Temple and Elkdom. I tribute to gratitude! 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3
Second photo: Shows corsages
being presented to the present Coupled with the "Appreciation DRIVE-IN SERVICE
and past presidents, Miss Irma Hour" was the .installationof CLEANING
Bode and Mrs. Henrietta Borden, the officers for this period qf .
by Mrs. Ethel Doyle and Mrs. the year making the evening a WILLTR IIARIUfl
Ruth K. Jones reaectively. unique occasion for both the Liberty Specializing In Cleaning and ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup
Daughters and their friends. WAX Ing Floors, Home and
Future plans for the Women's Office. 2070 NW 21ffth Ht., Op* and
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Union Included a Day of Recollec The occasion had its three divisions Locka, phone N/\ 10107.
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1959 Beauticians Planv ", ,":( ,w I NOTICEmane's h1s ':J' () Ydili t
\ Mardi
: Court No. 133 Heroines :
1 \ Jericho,. J959 iJ}
1 .',1 QY1JfAUL"s R. : '.The Miami Beauticians' Unit queen-an annUaI''afiSiPHeroine coronation }.1 AQf: t
X>CX: *
tio. 7 Is sponsoring the Beautic- .. ,..Serena Given MAM '
frs. D. A. Julius of the Sun- l ians' ;Mardi Gras at the 535 Club Heroine, A 'light Beauty School, was one of of the Sir John Hotel, Feb. 23, ....<:...\ tI I '
the speakers on Tuesday at the from 9'' p.m. until. Donation $ .OO. "1 .. '... -I :
> /10 5" ".
., .... "Cdreet Day program at the Tables-free FOR SALE i'
r'Bla Fte! Ely High Sch+ 91'ln;rom-
'TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR! IN ELLIS t..5 .. f.' .i '* .. HI-Y; : Members, Leave :. KEYLARGtf.t *
"The! Times Are Changed. And We Are Changed. With Them"Office
; Some, weeks ago the Miami For. State Meet 100 Ft. Overseas Highway
R at 1113 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2230 Times" told you of the 'plight of 'frontage Ready''for"Motel,*

Plant at 0740 N.W. 15th Ayenuo.: -l.Phone- OX. ..0421. ,-- ,.. :a.handicapped man, Willie Green if Tampa will be the site .of this Excellent .location. |
I who wanted to help himself 1
ntered as Second Class Matter, August 0,1027' at the Post Office he \ ,had I a wheel chair. Willie year's State Hi-Y Conference de- Total' ,price $ i5)0()
., : at Miami, .'Florida the:act of larch 8, 1870 soon had a chair given him, also signed! for high school young
I people who are members of Hi- The Causeway1, to, the
Your Browser
Now -
-.d.. H. B. SJfllSMXJND' R VI1F U8, Editor . I some1materials. Y Club grous sponsored by the
Willie has, another will make this
learns that ;
GARTII C, REEVES, Managing Editor and Business ,Manager' G. W. Carver Branch YMCA. Keys prop.
.. .11. ._ ( second hand, chair, also a new erty very valuable.
4 m., : SUBSCRIPTION RATES: '" .;:.';. one.. Further some donations to According) to Franklin D. Ross, '
ONE YEAR $..:00 SIX! MONTHS. '$2.tfQ ". THREE. :MONTHS. $1.50. ... I get Willie goini in his shoe,shine program director of the branch, George Dykes, 'Reg. Broker
'J. business 'are, properly coming in. many high schools throughout i Phone FR 3-9322
I CREDO OF TIlE NEGRO. PftESS" Willie, 'you might know, was the count 'will ,be represented .. .. '<- .... --:;:I
a 'l'im NEanO'' PRESS believe* that, America can best lend the world 'given a place for his shoe shine by young delegates who will discuss '"
frm1rabial:and, national antagonisms when It nrconls to every man stand by John Shaw at the cor- problems related' to this respective Open House i
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights; Hattngno ner of 27th ave. and 46th st. group and share information ..
: God helps the man who helps as to their solution 2-6 Sunday .
.'ma\i.'fearing no num-the Negro Press strives to help every man ,

In \he;firm:, belief that all men 'are hurt a* long as af1)'one18\ held I hold himself that,this Is true Donald Aikens of Northwestern 5854 N.W. 13th Ave.

I back.iJ, ,' In all the busy ways of life," Senior High School, state
\l\fember: : of the National Newspaper Publishers Association There's much depends on YOU.U president of this year's conference $590 CASH
has promised a series of
i..i::1J1: 'it'!w3JCr!'. Member of the .Associated. '. Negro Press J5 .authorities warned the well organized discussions and Furnished, one-bedroom home,
plus screened porch can be
o-J nation this week that influenzais recreational activities for youthful -
'Lj the used as second bedroom. Freshly
lH1'1 i11 YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK sweeping Europe and that it is State of delegates Florida.Williams'. throughout painted inside and out. Only . .
probable it may hit the United

A DREAIV. COME TRUE States U S. surgeon (general $72 MONTH
III, oR.. Leroy Burney recummends that
r x'I.t'll'h.etChristian. Memorial ;Hospital's motto is: "Doors private physicians give special Beauty 1 mortgage payment: .
that never close."An event took' place on.Ash Wednesday attention to vaccinating the aged,
iithis-jnatitution's wider the chronically ill, pregnant women Gold Coast Realty
morning thatyill \opq doors even
hospital staffs and Indus- '
than they area ''present/ : J ,' I trial and service groups where 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
PL 1-2426
Board ( absenteeism Would create serious ... ...
ache i '
resentatives, a.m. member: of Directors, .rep disruption, <- '<- :
of the Dade Academy of Medicine architects r : .' '
andJbuilders, gathered at the new,'site on 32nd Ave. ,and Wednesday Ash Wednes- "

i 4Ttn to(48th street"for, 'groundbreaking., .. Shovels day, the first day of the Lenten .

w t e titfhed. by members of the board and a bit of history were Season.held Ash in Wednesday many SAY .

was made< .' .
During the solemn season of
Lent church people attend Peni- WE'RE OPEN '.:'
fin The Christian Hospital l was fQunded 41 years ago. tent services and cut out some ,'. ',-."" "
Kfefenly 'interested and njpst. helpful: in bringing into exist social functions. -1 "

c''s, .this',institution were two White friends, Mr, and o .

Mme. .Clarence Bush. JVlr. Bush was president of the old Thursday, Feb 12 was Abra-
Fidelity Bank and Trust Company. ham Lincoln's birthday Lincoln l
was a Treat president. If he could SatchRobinson I
nr1leyr worked closely with some. of. the .pioneers i inclucUng hear all the nice things said ,

Allan Stokes, Charles Thompson, Dr. 'W. B. Saw- about him annually, and the _
of his used he roJ
y r.prIJohn R. Scott,. Dr.. Kelsey:Pharr,. Rev. J. R. Evans,: many would quotations really enjoy them.Lincoln's '

R :y'.'J'J/..] .((w. Drake, .Rev, S., A. Sampson, Mrs, Florence birthday always remind -.

Gttn\ ;! ,jMrs., ",Janiet Morris, W''* B. Thomas, Mrs. Petra us of another great Amer- ... , '
Prmn, R.N., superintendent;,' T\ Bayles Houston, R.N., ican, whose birthday, If we are ';
This 'hir\ctnfo: ; 1 "'roved its ne. ,1 and dfY"ff"U,1 on. correct, comes on Feb 14. He isFrederick :: M.C. & Show
p gg
.'ib&. h7f9S"5d 'renovalted" Douglass! His name iii'f-. I ..
rit was at..\:cost. :of $25,000.InJLS53 ;; . has also been revered: ._ fk a
..the, board ol trustees..held..high-- of 0 JI
This is
Negro History Week. I
building a new institution that could meet the pressing Last week we gave quite a lot of wishes to inform its patrons '.
need *of' this hospital. The Albert' Pick Foundation had space to this event. We wanted and the public in general Music by

offered $150,000 to $250,000;toy:the Christian:Hospital. to remind you of It In /time It'sn that it is now located at . t

However, as with such gifts, v similar amount 'had t.o. be t a bad idea to look at the ac- '
raised. A drive launched bu thisfjcanipaignwfailed. mipllshments of some Negroes 2488 N.W. 54th St. PrestonMarshall
big was J+ ,, |, during this week. However in

at\be\present doing so, let any strides we have Phone NE 44796
We understan' that Unit fe' Pick made, serve as stepping stonesto

Foundation is willing to make. a donation,; much smallerof greater success for be Ukhgwn i
that we a long way
course. to' go, and the roads we must FOR
As perhaps, you ,know, the' old.'site on First, Place was tread are full of stumbling SALE 11 e
sold last year. Apartment buildings\ .already surround the blodks. These can "'be pushed $500 Down "The
main building; ,but it,:will continue. tof operate there until aside hard, work.'but friends,. It means' hard, 2-bedroom CBS. Large corner ",

the new modern .building is completed in five months. lot. Plenty fruit trees. Coast to Coast"

ti The Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastorof Price $11,900. Balance $100a
Working assiduously about,the building
,bring pro Greater Bethel AME Church month. '
gram were .two members 0(. the board of 'trustees:' Atty. will be one of the candidates for ; I The Big 'M' f

Carl Hoffman, 'Leo Robinson. ,Other :members are Dr. Ira the office of ,bishop when the

P. Davis, chairman; Atty. L.;B. Thomns,,:Luther 0. Carey, "Bench of Bishops" AME General i

Mrs, Myrtle Davis! ,' Judge Henderson, L. L. Brooks, Dr. Convention meets in '1960. I ... $200 Down < Head Mixologist! : t.

James,E. Hogart, Garth C. Reeves,\Otis, James and Rev. Here is a- very nice thing to do. Frame house. Price $6,500. .... . |j t
Thedford Johnson. Mrs. Prince Farrington, wife' of Balance '$60 .month.. \
Officer Prince Farrington, Is ill I
However, the big news today is that ground was at the Jackson Memorial Hospital -

broken for the Christian Memorial, Hospital, and that she needs blood She JIBS ,already MAKE IT TO THE i
building is now going on. Funds for this purpose are de- had 45 'pints. Police Captain $300 Down (
posited in the First Federal Bank. Jack Maddox put 'out a call Frame house. Price $6,000. !
over the police radio. White and month. '
$60 a
Naturally there will always be need for money in an Negro officers' volunteered. to JIMJAM
institution. of this kind, so any contributions will be wel- give blood. ,, )

comed. Thbse persons who pledged in the 1953'.campaign City of Miami take notice: The
.and have.. not paid ,up should gladly do so. But we''will street sign at 68th street and 15th CBS DUPLEX '

have our new hospital located in Brownsville and 'erectedat ave. on Thursday read 64th st $500 Down '
a cost ,of $305,000.Ye Please correct.Wedding. Price $13,000. Balance $110a

Editor, having served as chairman of,the Boardof Bells month.
Trustees up to the time of his Illness in 1953, naturally

Is pleased to see this dream. of ours come. true. Last Saturday evening the J CLUB
... ,'. '. ,
.. 1 '' \ wedding of Miss Juanita Parker,
RELOCATIONThe a teacher at the' Carver HIli< h $500 'Down *
School and Calvin Wynter of 2-bedroom CBS. Price $10- 1900 NW 75th St.
mulch-talked about North-South New York took- place "at' the t
Expressway 900. Balance
running through_the city Church of the Incarnation with $87.50 month. Phone PL 9-8651, street south: is again. the Rev. .Fr: Elisha Clark offici West Hollywood. + *
_ occupying attention. ? . ' ,/. : ating. .
Recently group of cH.1z' ns"asked the cfcmmisslon- The church was beautifully 0CHARLES :.. .

era to set up a .re-location agency ,that. jwuW ,pdisplac'ed decorated for the occasion.
persons .find housing. t'**\4 -> . \\\A ." i!t The bride was given in: ,mar- H. PYKE P.S. Don't miss our.
riage by her uncle, Dr. W. H.
Frank Kelly, Slum fclearance and Rehabilitation Murrell and Dr. Wm. A. Patterson : REALTOR Big party Saturday !
director outlined a plan that would enable tenantsto Jr., was best 'man. I '
their own homes through Federal-aid.) 1 night for the
:acquire 'f' Following the wedding a reception PLaza 7-8151
There are certainly som omeownersvho, will,haveto was held at the, home of DUKE ELLINGTON.
relocate and they would probably find the relocation the bride's uncle and aunt Dr.. PLaza SHOW
and ,or 4-0782
Mrs. W. H. Murrell.'
agency' helpful. So would those who could qualify for the rrhe happy couple is honey- .

Federafo&id, > outlined by Mr. Kelly.. mooning in Mexico.
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'SATURDAY'FEBRUARY 14, 1959 PAGE 6 of;the, ;Sir Jphn ,Club.,
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.TY :. ', ; :,' .. ' i- : ':t signs had Jlh: taken* aWhlte off
1 .............. ".A'I'ftC at the Miami Springs Golf
,, ,', Around Miami Course, "Itrs:vmen Jiike. Mr, Jlilton
NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. ,& 69th St. who help', (fa' make our; ,community -
a, better place in which to live.
A bouquet to: Mr. Hilton from all
( )
, . -- r By ( of us . Biddy Wood?, of Bal-
' FRIDAY !................._.__... timore, is known all over the
' : country as one "'6f the" greatest
; THIS Is It.,\TThlt Is ; :':., I guys>''ln-'shftw' 'biz.'' tiiddy' handles
9 -MBfETHAN for, you', to cast your ,such, people as Sally Blair; Darrijta -'
man you want for to I. Jcf/ChrlS.qoJutnibo, and. Joe
GREAT COMELY, of Miami. officer :
Mayor Nobel. As their" personal manager -
HERES GREAT be announced: next ; $ fine i I ., ,rn., another two years Biddy
far, Charles Hadley *.) t '
( : wijl .Qt,' In lithe lame catcgpryj-
C )d LJ11LIlifYNlrlC111 s, ;, ing first place with gue'st-rff I George Treadwell. -.,
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Attorney Henry .
.ars.Ty I I "
927; Father Gibson _trumpet I RAY M ITC ELLt.$:. .;\North'.'
... .. with 902; Dr. Ira ; Archie South Golf Tourney,,whicbi.sUrti,
i. . J. O, Brown 676; ; < the 'cats Feb.. 19 promises to be a-Easaer.Sutjar .'
5 EMOONALD'i.: ,,,* ,,:,t, ". 627; Thomas ; Blair As Ray Robinson, .Joe rLoul" ,.;
SSUEHAYAKAWASTwS11< < Taylor 398 Last going to Robinson ,
WTJ\1ImYe" Jackie Charge ,I$ifford
.....+..+..PtU'MS'..... ..TECHNICOLOR.s.-.w.l r.=" so hurry and get boloon Teddy Rhodes, Joe Roach and a
to me at the Miami to bust." host of other golf stars will-be
Plus ELVIS PRESLEY in NW 15th ave. on.hand to see who -whoJARay
: 91; 'd i and;I the city officials have gotten
"JAILHOUSE ROCK" FROM THE sat* I together and made it posslbla-fox.

(that belni! '; one of Is fln.jer. the players and spectators to usethe
from Duke about : club house for the entiretourney
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY "Jump for Joy). '; them ,
I. closed I'm sorry Vlll'"flip NO\ DIRT this week . till
Shown only at 8:42NGRID From the ? o
show opened, It next. week ',. k Live IUfeS'/ ) very
golden,, of \ Peajce, jblU
20. ba too "uncle ' minute:: J\ n
CnIwt'-Fa...a BUDDY AOlER'S "*'"siu '' : ..
was. told to me by \tut nut
BERGMAN Jockey. However, I "'of.'' the. FAMU..Conceirt:: "r(t;" ;;;Il'i';
with the array of :
CURTJURGEHS show, plus about' : Shirley
Choir at N'westerh
dancing girls, it ;
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1be lore sfoq ROBERT DONATnfiSSi01Wry a success with a Al} Jives wilUhHemc! *
w mat: What "Jump : ; q .0Uf.\ we
of tht *hit9 ed was the : record per .Pleasant memor' estJ Andf,
Without\ 'a:doubt when! ( f "
ti11liP from a sepia Biddy\ j r+ 'f
and the It'' nesce, music" comes'Ittj dut
Ari xa for now we will l minds ant: PoIIW
Eurasiansoldier. long to Duke, should

I ... Jimmy Randolph, J ,I II J Disc -The, Northwestern, ,;SeniorTHlgh
I Lilly Greenwood. WMBM School', chords, will nrPJ!l
I under the I ers, Stump and show' Friday Feb. 20, '" .P.Zi9feW
QNI MASCOPE China skylcQ Miller and the Jazz haS been Florida', A and 'ty Cdtt.'jcett
OR by of LU(EMtl ean Reed and his I choir," affected'" by ,Mri.becca fl.1'
rest of the gang. Frank Walker Steel.i : : ' :ri< i'i! .
ami Beach will miss Slg- There will be music to fit t your
I and 'every ,mood s-i, .= hw;>PV,'rI''Jirht-f|
MR. ALTO, Earl The hearted songs ,and pwtet! ''het bin1& \4'
into the Rooking M ; doing mflocUeJ.: i d : ,(l yw
the Beach and at Ciros For an ,,experience you'll> I"ev si
to no end. Bostic appear' forget cbme: lout,"and thrW Jyp.l1t
two weeks with Laud- cares away:,'ILtsten lto lnusld1bfe1ts':;)
then one week at : :show best 'fJl' ., ," : tr'' 'I.H .TlUl7'i
Q away in Fort of T1 rne.8; :, PJU.,' Frida v JW{ *9TI{ '
0 Chlckie Home's rela ,.!pace\ : Northwestern," mJlt1 .Auditor -
0 "Chickie Horne at Hotel, 'um.
9 StwrtafWILLIAM Chris Columbo and 'fI ..1
Anita as a is a pistol. The U4r
Hours"Y F ) r: unlb
CAMPBELL two-timing gal live at Ciros '
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sells as well as we
o KAREN SHARPE ''Jo,"; -too much we may have
I : for one man hands.

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" Golf Tourney, Miamian Gives SECRET.

1 I PAGE 6 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1959'I Fashion Show Organ Recital orSUCCESS

I The North-South Golf Tourna- The organ recital by Bernard

ment will sponsor a fabulous Hunter, instructor of music at

St. Agnes Holds Beyond The Clink of fashion show Friday, Feb. 20 at Jackson Miss., State College ;

535 Club. Monday, Feb. 9, was a smashing

Patronal DinnerBy Gold Models from all over the U.S. success. As Old As The Bible For
and talented organist -
The youthful
the latest styles from Through God All
will feature Things Are
ELLIOTT J. PIEZE is a native of Miami and a
By UNCLE BERT California, New York and Paris. Possible
graduate of Booker T. Washington -
The much heralded St. Agnes' Here was a young man who, in Sara Lou model Harris from ,New nationally York High School. nIter a 2-year
I Patronal and Pre-Lenten Dinnerwas the sight of the masses, had suc- known stint at Florida A & M Univer-

held Sunday night In the In Hf< Thf> nung will narrate. ... sity, he transferred to Oberlin ,
'beaulilul and spacious t:>t, Agnes ruler but there was something Conservatory of Music where he
+ Parish Auditorium. A large beyond that. He was missing Big Sisters to received the bachelor of musicin

crowd of members and ,guests responded something his money could not organ. At Oberlin; Hunter

to the call of this annual buy. What was it? OrganizeA served as a tutor of theory, piano
' event and enjoyed of its many group of women have !been and organ in the School of Music.
I varied festivities. The affair I remember reading a story ofa Richardardson's
invited to assemble at He was a member of the choir,
marked the last opportunity that woman from Rome. At the closeof Mon-
Funeral Home on The Musmer's Workshop, the
I the and conscientious members her life, after having/ every
day evening, Feb. 16, 8 pjn. to Mahler Bruckner Circle, and- the
4 of the church had to llgiti- thing that money could (buy, she
perfect the Big Sister organization Oera Workshop As a student at
in made this statement: "Real unhappiness .
mately participate a major social -
when all hopes The objective will be to provide New York University, he was organist -
affair before the Lenten Sea- begins
} harp
a home for homeless girls, and choir director at the
( son, which begins on Wednesday : gone and then it is useless to ,
t which' is Ash Wednesday, the be well off and in need of noth- and to provide a shelter for the Presbyterian Church in Liver-

' first day of Lent.A mg." friendless unwed mother !poole. 3

._ ..
full course chicken dinner u
There is hope as long as we are ,Patrol Parents
was served and enjoyed by all
in need; and if we hope for something Beautiful Home on
b present.
there is real life. Your Lot Sponsor Night of a
A very timely and appropriate
program was rendered during the The rich young ruler was told Stars Feb. 16
dinner and was obviously enjoyed by Jesus to "sell all that you have ;w
\ 'by all present. Principal and give to the poor, and come Parents of the Booker T Wash-

I speaker on the program was! Fr. follow me." There would then Std ington High School patrols are >
j Frank L. Titus, rector of H o 1 y I have ,been a dependence on sponsoring for your entertainmenta N
I Cross Episcopal Church of Miami. Christ to supply all his needs. Butit Nijht: of Stars, February 16 in
}If" Fr. Titus brought a short but very was too much for him to the school auditorium at 8 pm I DOC R, C. ANDERSON
inspiring message to the group pay for real happiness. He pass- Designed to help the school
I present, which provoked much ed out of the 'picture along with Complete building service patrols raise money to take their Consulted by people from all
I food for thought. His theme was Judas. Today we study and love annual trek'to the National over the United States and Overseas -

i built around the topic, of "the the lives of those who were e PLANNING Automobile Association marching Attracted nationwide focus
problems of today will be solvedby faithful and loyal to Him who I BUILDING competition in Washington, D.C., and attention on .the "Meet the
the generations of tomorrow. led them every stop of 'the way. all proceeds from this affair will Press" TV program of Sept. 30,
l! The message' 'was well received i FINANCINGYour be given over to the patrols lor 1956. Author of world-shaking
Andrew Carnegie made tho New_ .. Home '
oy me very: enthusiastic audience. the trip.Among. predictions-proven so true.
statement that he wished he 'had
the favorite stars who Doc Anderson says he has
Also appearing on the evening's stopped making money when he C REPAIRING are scheduled to appear on the every reason to believe that
program were the following per- was 35. His friends and those he e REMODELING
program during the evening are: throughout the years he has sav-
sons: Vocal solos were renderedby loved began to diminish as his e RENOVATINGOver The, Treniers, Piccadilly Pipers ed thousands of marriages and
Mrs. Lenora B Smith, HaroldE. gold began to pile up. A wonderful featuring Bonnie Davis, George engagements from (breaking up.

Brown John E. Culmer II, man who left a wonderful li- Twenty Years of Kirby, Myrtle Jones, Wally Futch, He will solve your problems and
Mrs. Eloise Barret Kemp, and brary-but he lost that "something" Construction Reuben Mitchell ,
Experiences Flip Wilson show you the road to' success and
Miss Patricia Beeman; Clarence beyond his gold. Guaranteed Sato factlon and local disc jockeys "Fat Daddy" happiness, as he has done for so
Brown rendered two dramatic Smith and the
"King" Cole- many others.
readings. Little Sandra Johnson man.

also rendered a reading and instrumental ificates; of merit, for outstanding 1f'mmVI1ID@ Members: of the school patrol He can do any kind of special

selections were ren- services to the church during will ,be soliciting your help in work you want done and tell you
dered by Misses Francena Cul- the year of 1958. Elliot J. making this Ntht of Stars a suc- your deepest secrets without you
mer and Barbara Davis.Fr. Pieze served as master of cere- cessful venture.' Adult and student saying a word, or no charge
Titus was introduced by Fr. monies for the occasion. NE 5-6171 tickets may be purchased made. He'-has been written uip in

Culmer who also offered the in- 1121 N.W. 29th Street from members of the patrols Parents many large magazines and news-
invocation and closing remarks. Miami Club. papers for his wonderful workin

A number of members' of St. ,Drive Carefully! .-...-. .....;., - - putting people on the 'way to
Agnes were presented with cer-
happiness: and success. He is the

Don' ImpatientJust One Fortune-Teller who believesin
the virtue of truth and sincer-

A Gentleman of No Mean talents one month to ity.You too may order the double

Wait. offer, which includes the Ancient
February 23rdis Mezuzah, the beautiful amulet

Newspaperman Convinced of worn by many for its religious
thatimportant datoJabberwock significance containing the promise -

God made to Moses inscribedin

Doc. Anderson's ProwessBy Hebrew (Deut 6 V 4-9) and
the Biblical Incense (Rev. 8-4))

WALTER, C. ROBINSON, Editor, The Chattanooga Observer containing a blessing with the
suggested prayers Psalms 23 and

A writer once wrote of Doc ', ''' . Doc Anderson ,proudly showedme 112, by sending $6.00 plus 6c
Anderson-i"The scientists oughtto r" . one of the many letters he postage or pay eostman $6.00
put him in a test tube to find had received that day, which I MINCY'SFULLY plus charges to DOC R. C. ANDERSON
what makes him tick." I had herewith and I 302
out ":; quote which speaksfor West Gordon Ave ,
heard so much about this man I. itself." EQUIPPED Rossville, Georgia $6.00 IS THE
that I decided to do a little ; ; ; ; Pittsburg, Pa.. PRICE OF THE DOUBLE OF-
checking on my own. ..: .i October, 1953 FER ONLY NOT HIS PRICE

I discovered that Doc Ander- ,f .. Dear Doc Anderson: Just a Spraying of chinch bugs FOR ANY PERSONAL CONSUL-

son's greatest asset was the overwhelming ; .J ... short letter to let you know the TATION OR SPECIAL WORK.
faith that people havein ,1.. amazing results that I got from. Fungus and army worms (For personal consultation or to

his ability to help them a your special work that you did have special work done, which
faith born of what he has done for me. Here are the facts. My Call' NE 4.0400 definitely requires personal con-

for so many others. It has been . :'. ;/> sweetheart came back to me acting Befbre, 6 p.m after 4 tact, write him at the above address -
written "Faith can move moun ><;;: : better and kinder than ever p.m. or call CAnal 2-9710 for

tains." It was abiding faith that ; .t . '." before. He said he would never 1820 N.W. 56th Street appointment. Office open seven

led Abraham to unhesitatinglyobey : ,<1: . ....... leave me_again for, another woman days a week.,5.00TIN'S .
God's command when he : 'tj . .fi ; I did not ask him to comeback

was about to the sacrifice alar.{ I .' will and he had all his clothes

With this thought In mind it with him. TVFor
He asked me if he could come
is very interesting to note the
deep-rooted faith that must'have back home I told him "yes" and Reconditioned TV's Prom $19.95
DOC R. C. ANDERSON he was so glad his lace lit up 'The
been possessed by Cleve Corbinof For Finest Service on All (TV Makes & ModelsTry
with smiles.
The woman he left
'115 E, 22nd St., ChattanoogaTenn.
., whose sworn statement for me called me on the phone ua.You'll Like us

states he has been blind for. phoned CAnal 2-9719 at his home and asked my pardon saying she 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589

three years and had 'been to at 302, W, Gordon Ave., Rossville. was sorry she took him. from me More than 25 years of reliable service
-many doctors, but they didn't do Ga., for, an appolhtment. i without any reason. She also
for him. He called me of her free will.I .
i anything says -
told her I ,was not mad at her ,

"After eyesight visiting began to Doc come Anderson back, andI my checking I also with took several the opportunity clients whohad of' nor him and that everything has I ............... ........... ... ............... .... ............... ....... ... .... ......"" ....u... L... ... ... ___..... ....... ...............,......... "
been So Doc Andersen
forgiven. ,
thanked God that he helped me visited Doc Anderson, and to
do much. I
appreciate you so
through this wonderful man. I whom he had given numbers, COMMUNITYCOR.
shall remember
always you as A
then had him do some special and the way they fell is unbe-I true fortune-teller. I
work for me, and since I have lieveable.: My visit to Doc Anderson -
been to him nature has been of my friends over to see you m
my recalled the remarkable case
the last of this month-I have STORE:
restored and now I am very of a prominent local citizen, whohad nothing but high praises for .
happy In love life and robbed of you
my my been $1500. and
thank so much I
you re-
financial troubles are over." COR. N.W. 15th,
main. J. M. S. Ave. &. 68th St.
My attention was brought to Doc Anderson was eventually Doc Anderson also gave me a
the sworn statements of several consulted when everybody else reading and now I understandwhy PRESCRIPTIONS> : :CAREFULLY FILLED
others, who during World War II failed, and he told this man the people from all walks of life
testified' to the psychic capacityand exact mattress{ in a certain housein come to him from all over the Cut Rate-Drugs Free .Delivery
gifted power of Doc Anderson which he would find the money United States and overseas for
limit of does hidden. Everybody dumbfounded counsel and COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
but the space was help, guidance In
not permit me to elaborate on when the money was their appeals for solutions to SKALTEST' ICE:'CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS

them. However, I checked on found just as Doc Anderson their ditficult personal problems.
them and being convinced as to stated. This incident caused quitea I wish I had more time to spend PHONE OXford 1.7515

the truth of these sworn statements stir at the time and it was reported with him, but I will say this-
; I felt I had to see this on and published in' my he is the kind of man one meets C. ,M. JOLLIVETTE 8R, Pro*

Doc Anderson In person, so I newspaper. just once in a lifetime. ........ ................ ................ ........ ...... ..... ........ ............... .....,............ ....... .............. ... ... ...

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r- THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"



Mayor Proclaims . .

V Clean-up Week

': J : :

w Starts MondayAll
0p '
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residents in the area of paint, or, if you are the owner,
NW 23rd St. to NW 5th st. end paint your own residence.
,. from NW 7th ave to NW 1st ave 4. Where possible, repair
are asked to cooperate with fences and other enclousures.
this "Clean-up Drive." 5. Clean your yards and sur-
Here's what you can do to help rounding areas and have the
'* keep the community clean trash and debris put out regularly -
so that the trucks and cranes
r 1. Place all garbage and refuse (not garbage trucks) can pick
In garbage cans 'and keep them them up on the regular runs,
ilghtiy covered. which are made every three
2. iRofrain from hanging laundry weeks in this area Next regular
across the front of your pickup is scheduled for Feb. 16.
houses .and apartments. See that 6. Plant flowers and shrubberyto
- -
space is provided for your laun- make surroundings attractive
. The above scene was taken dry In. the back: of your apartment 7. Keep parking areas clean
during an English Demonstration
Workshop, sponsored by the department 3. Ask. your landlords to freshen around apartment houses.
Social Security NewsHIGHER
of English of Booker T. -
up your houses with some This Clean-up Campaign is beIng -
Washington High School. Miss
spearheaded by the! Student r
Lorene Novotny; of the Rowe Slum Clearance Committee of
Peterson Co. Is teaching from BENEFITS retirement checks at age ,62 will
the 12th grade and Gov-
kind is History
to obtain the
necessary I
now be $26 instead of the
chalkboard she prev-
as emphasizessome
beneficiaries' in ernment classes of Booker T.
Social security ious $24.00 The maximum retirement higher payments. The check delivered -
fine techniques of teachi .
this area will find that the benefit to such a female early in February will be Washington High School in an
This demonstration was arrangedas checks they receive early in Feb- from $86 to $92. in. the higher amount as authorized effort and desire to have and
a means of improving instructional ruary representing payment' for goes by the law maintain a clean and beautiful
competence in the the month of January, will include Mr. Blonston stressed, therefore community,
teaching of English Mrs. Eliza- the increase that Congress that while the increaseswill
beth White, supervisor of Language and the President,, recently auth- be approximately seven per- .
Arts of Dade County, invited orized. This announcement was cent they will vary slightly from Miss Novotny to conduct made today by Edward P. Blou- case' to case. .
this one-day demonstration.In ston, manager of the social security The increase in any retired

attendance were Mrs. Eliza- district office in Miami worker's benefit,' however (except -
... North) for the workers
beth White, T. Shannon, field ( women
-- whose benefit was reduced before -
representative for Rowe, Peter- Mr. uionsion pointed OUt thatthe
son and Co., Earl Wells, curriculum job of changing the benefit age 65)) will not 'be less than
assistant from Northwestern checks to show the higher $3.00.
Senior High School; and, amounts was a big one but thatit Where several members of ono
teachers of English from North- has now been completed. He family are receiving payments,
western Senior High, North Dade stated that the new amounts, in the increase in total family pay-
and Booker T, Washington High general, will reflect an increaseof ments will approximate seven
Schools. James M. Simmons, approximately seven percent. percent and in no case amountto
curriculum assistant and principal He hastened to add, however, less tan $3.00 to the family.
Charles L. Williams were that not everyone will get seven In the case of family benefitsthe
high in their praise of the workshop percent; some 'persons will get new law also Increases from
Many favorable comments slightly more and others slightlyless. $200 to $254 the maximum
were also expressed those ui monthly payment that can be
attendance. Mrs. Evelyn W made to any one family group
Mincy is chairman of the depart-. Most retired workers, Mr. Not every family now receiving
,ment of English. Blonston stated, will receive the total payments of $200, however
full seven percent increase. Some will qualify for the $254. This
women workers however, will get full amount will go only to those
Phi Delta: Kappa less than that amount. They are families where the average earn- Y der
Gives TeaThe. the ones who previously accepted ings of the worker at the time aI
reduced benefits by claiming the claims were filed amountedto

National Sorority of Phi them before they had reached age $315 or more. I

Delta kappa Alpha Delta Chapter 65. In concluding Mr. Blonston remarked -
is happy to announce its Under the previous law, the that' all monthly pay-
thanks to the many friends who manager stated, the ,minimum ments to retired workers will ben
made the Annual March of benefit to a worker who retiredat even dollar amounts in the I
Dimes Tea a grand success. age 65 or later was $30 and future. Payments to members of ch nl q
It was a beautiful affair at the maximum benefit was the workers' family will continue
the home of Soror Leila Williams, 108.50. As a result of the increase to be in dollars and cents as in
and may be considered as one oi the minimum benefit to the past The manager again em-
the outstanding social events of such a worker is now $33.00 and phasized that the increase in
the season. the maximum benefit is $116.00 payment is automatic and that
Catherine Romball of Coral The minimum rate to a woman beneficiaries do not have to apply -
Gables was guest speaker and acquitted worker who began receiving her for them. No action of any
herself admirably with
the subject: "The Importance of --

an Idea." It was Informative, MANAGING AND MAINTAINING' ,
stimulating, thoughtful and time
ly and everyone appeared to MORE THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
have been richly inspired. ENVOY
Outstanding stars of the musical !- IN DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES

program were our own illustrious [7/te gf'&yaU'8j.
soprano; Harolene Storr, The Largest Organization of I
our well known and admirable

tenor, Baldwin Hepburn, our excellent its Kind in The South Serving d
baritone, Arthur King, j.
and our illustrious and famous Colored People"For c heH e H
Booker T. Washington High-Sen-
ior Quartette, Trio and soloist. A L. L. BROOKS
Fast Efficient Service" Call
the piano were: Marbara Ma this! PRESIDENT There' I new sense of gracious living in America an Ace

Arthur Evans and Leila Williams. of Elegance that u expressed in many ways In whisky: you

Bravo and endless thanks to each note it an a growing preference for finer Schenley Reserve
and of for excellent 4
everyone you your C
renditions. r .( Only from Schenley could come JXe lWf 8I'jkNIh'. .
Much to Soror Geneva
praise goes
Collie, chairman and her 'I E CY, INC.

committee, Sorer Cloe Sweeting _
lona Dukes, Enid Curtis and I /
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everyone who made a contribu-
tion. Again our ,grateful thanksto 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS DORCHAI.ncOsReal J

you. 1860 N.W. 73rd ST. PL 8-9827
Leila Williams, basileus
3461 GRAND AVE. HI 42447
Willie Mae James, secretary
4240 N.W. 27 AVE. NE 8.8466

7102 N.W 14TH AVE. PL 1-0327

Need Money'Fast? 6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. ,. .' PL 8-9990 Estate Rentals
17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. CE 63563
Ptrrln* .)tit .- f
loans refinance
Mortgage 1022 N.W. 6TH ST. , JA 23474 --e-:

all types of property. No Ft. Lauderdale
Inspection fees. Mortgagesfrom RD. Pompano 1009 If.i.2nd Ave
14460 N.W. 22ND AVE. MU 80617
$100 up.Allapattah. Opa Locka ,
2100 N.W. 3rd CT. .FR 46331 .
Mort. Co. 1019 N.W. 6th 8TREET' Phone FR 4-0028-FR 4-3853
Ft. Lauderdale JA 21474. h '
Phone PL 1.1789 MAIN OFFICE' '. \.'

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..ST.. JAMES..A.ME.: BETHEL BAPTIST .,. ..... '
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Richmond Heights
"' : : 'Rev H. ,McNeal Harrls.'pastor
Mrs. Sadie FDeanTeporter Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor ." r
Sis. Nannette Greer, reporter
On Sunday services will' begin
with the SundayaSchool: at 9:30: The morning message was delivered -
ajnv under leadership Of Bro. by the pastor's son, 'Rev. .
Theodore Roddy., The. "members Ralph M. Ross of Philadelphia.
Cfiurdi are invited to-'come and bring The pastor preached the evening
((0 their, children, as*well as J Visitingfriends. sermon. Both sermons were delivered -
with power and enjoyedby
me all. Choir No.1 rendered services -
At, the 11 yam worship the throughout the day.
pastor will preach'if rom ,the sub-
ject, '"The Unpardonable Sin." We wish to thank Miss Essie
He will also preach at the 7 p.m. Benbow and Miss Vernell Gat-
f service.All lin who served from the Hospi-
THE ,INCARNATION tality Club on Sunday for, doing
attention Is directed to the such a superb and well trained
MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE 1835 N.W. 58th StreetFr.
THE of Roses and Queen of Visitors feel at
I E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar Queen Job in making 'the
10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1959 Susan Butler reporter Carnations rally which will term- home. The chairman, Sis Nan-
1 Winter Schedule inate Feb. 22. Mrs. Catherine nette Greer is asking all members -
Peterson has been selected as the the
I j Sundays: I to please be present at
I BAPTIST Church School and Queen of Hoses, and Mrs. Martha : regular meetings as there is much
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY CORINTH Adult Bible Class ?.. 8:30 am Nicolson has been selected as the work yet to be done.

Chester Davison Jr. of 276 NE 1450 N.W. 59th St Solemn Sung Mass and Queen of Carnations. These

98th St., Miami Springs, will Rev W. T. Thomas pastor Sermon ................... 11:00 am.E. Queens, along with their cap- Sick and shut-ins are Sisters
i at the Baha'i Center, 137 Phone NE 51518Services Y. C. Meeting ........ 8:00: pan. tains are working hard to make Bertha Jones, 14901 Jackson St.,
speak 7:45 Sunday every Sunday Solemn Evensong and I this effort one of the best in the Thelma Jones, 1423d Graves Dr.,

NW 11th His ave.subject, : will "The Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m. Sermon ......... ............. 7:30: p.m. history of St. James. We are Alma T. King, 14621 Pierce St.-,
Feb 15. Pattern." All races Morning Service ............ 11 a.m Tuesday: appealing to all the members of Little Deloris Griffin, 14400 Polk
Loom and its cordially invited. Evening Service ........ 7:30 p.m. St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild St. James and friends to please St., Inez Swain, 14560 Monroe St.

and Faiths are Rehearsal................... 5:30 p.m. help us in this effort. Maude IX Dickerson, 14022 Jack-
ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU Wednesday: son st., who is the :proud motherof

BETHANY BAPTIST Low .Mass .................... :30: a.m. On Saturday, Feb. 14, there a boy
3078 N.W. 45th St. ._..?..?...........15:30xp.r Evensong, and Meeting of will be a dinner sale at the
Rev Rudy Keaton,' pastor Evening, .-Worsulp"............'7:30'p.m: .Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. Parish Hall, given by Mrs. Esther -

Sunday School ,.....-..'.' i 9:30: .ass Visitor*'always,Welcome Thursday: Scott. Please come by and I Support Your
i Morning"service ............ II, -a.m.'' :Sunday""School! -.. > 9:30: '..m. The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd get your dinner. Beginning at 3
........ 5:30- Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m All Angels pm. at 7 p.m. a carnival will be
BTU ........................ : pm YMCA Membership
Evening Service ............ 7:30 pm .323 N.W. 14th St.. Rehearsal ..................... 5:30: p.m. given for the benefit of the rally
7:30 "ReJ..- JohnsoTv. pal torSundaY' also. There' will be rides for the
Prayer Service, Thurs. : -p.m Friday: Drive
"Services St. Cecelia's Choir children end lots of fun for every I

GREATER BETHEL ..M.E. Rehearsal.... ............. 8:00: pjn. one. .. 'I
,GRACE :: 1i ::: ::: ::::
PRESBYTERIAN NOTE: Sundays Solemn Mass
Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor Mass and Benediction oi MT. TABOR BAPTISTOrder
{ Rev*'James E.. Culmer,,'pastor High Civic Theatre Guild
Cherryanna Mills, reporter Eddie','Edwards clerk the Blessed Sacrament on All
of Service
rrhe auditorium Church of was Greater filled Sunday School................ 9:30: ajn Feast Days.Weekends. Low all Sunday School ...?................... 9:30 Adult Classes in Dance and
Bethel AME ; MornIng worship .......... ll0i: : mass on Morning worship 1100; Drama
the blessings of God. holy and Saints' Days.
with The youth choir-hiade' its first Westminster Fellowship .... Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on BTU ...........?.........._......M....... 5:30

in, the morning wor- '< all Feast Evening worship ...............?... 7:30 LEARN TO DANCE
apearance ST.;>TRANCIS;,XAVIER Days.Friday Rev. J. N Byrd, pastor
ship. Ninety percent of the youth (Don Strachan's Party Time)
of the church participated. Their N.W. .4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Stations of the Cross, 8 pm. Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter MAMBO CALYPSO CIIA

voices blended like, the sweet Phone FR U-1424 The Sacred Heart Chapter of NOTE: Visitors are always. welt CIIA CIIA MODERN DANCE
sound of Angels. All in white MASSES the Women of the church will come to come and worship withus IN JAZZ BALLROOM SONG
dresses and ,blue suits appeared Dally 8 a.m I I at. anytime. STYLING PREPARATION
meet at the home of Mrs. Olive
colorful and 'very youthful; Choir Sunday 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m Barry, 2154 NW 61st st., Wed- FOR NITE CLUB AFRO
1 and 2 also, I participated Sunday CUBAN
'nesday, Feb. 18 at 8 pjn. all
morning. We ,wish to com- FIRST UNITARIAN MONROE MUSIC
I members are urged' to be present.
mend Perry Sharp and:Mrs. No- Children's Theatre .:: :
The Rev. Glenn O. Canfield, Business of importance. Everything
omi Symonette for preparing .the I minister of the First Unitarian Marion Kay pure vanilla and Everything for in Goapel Music .. .:J
the Church. 4820 N.W. 27th Ave.
for the morning worship
youth Church which is located on Dixie black pepper are on sale by the Hymnals Furniture '1959 Com-
and also Abram Henderson. ,: Highway at SW 29th Road, has Sacred Heart Chapter. Phone mentaries. Mail orders prompt INFORMATIONPL
On Feb. 5 the men were host chosen '"What is Moral FR 9-2343 or NE\ 40804.
or Iraoral" filled, 242 NW 8th St., Apt. 5. 7.8766
to their guests, the women. On Feb. 15 the first, in ,
his ,
as sermon topic for FR "J'6493p'.Miami 36, Fla. .
The "Meal Banks" were issued Sunday, Feb. 15, 11 a.m. Lent ,the. rector of, Christ: Episco- Ind DIRECTOR DON STKACJIAN

out to the members for Lent. Following the service the pal Church, Tr. Theodore IU -- -- t ___
During the 40 days of Lent the Social 'r 4 -
Activities Committee of the Gibson, and congregation :will is-S-
members are asked to give at church will worship with us at Solemn Even;
sponsor a luncheonand
least one cent per meal. song 7:30: p.m. Father Gibsoxi
sports program, includingsuch
ST. MATTHEW AMEZ ping as volley 'ball and vicar will preach will officiate.the sermon,Both and Chris'our Get out of the rut! Come and see

Church and Incarnation
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. choir
Rev. A. J. Warren, pastor On Thursday, Feb. 19, 8:15: and acolytes will be vested at
).m. all men of the church have this service. The fUbllc is 'cordially IBishop HunterWHO
annday School..?........... 9:45: ajn been invited to an informal invited. f
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m meeting with H, Talbot Pearson Lent has begun, let us attendas
Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m of Boston, executive director of many services as possible .dur?'' ', IS WELL
the Unitarian' Laymen's League.Mr. ing this solemn season. Praye
TRINITY WESLEYANRev. Pearson, born and educated are asked for the following sicfe I KNOWN AS
George E. Johnson, pastor in England, has lectured widelyon and shut-ins of the church: 'Robb
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter the theatre, is the author of ert Strapp, Winnie Clean", 'John 'FROFJ! HUNTERs

Sunday School.,................. 9. n.nv one book and numerous articleson F. Bethel Jr., Margaret JGtbsonj
Morning worship .................... li:0t music and drama, and prior to I Anna Williams, !Rachel -Reeves,
joining the staff of the .. s .>past 33 years
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m Laymen's Vera Dorsett and (Mrs. :-Sara
League was, for four years, a Sturrup. S S.
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. member of the Fine Arts Faculty ." If you are sick and k ,
of Carnegie Tech' in Pittsburg. In MT. ZION .A/ M..E.:
| ,
E. M. Thomas, pastor 1055. and 1957 he conducted a > worried or in trouble w

Phyllis Myers, reporter party of American Unitarians in 22nd Ave. Corner ''152nd' St. f this:* is the place to .
flake ye heed, watch and pray, six countries of Europe. Opa Locka $ ; ;
4 or ye know not when the tim C Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor | i ome. Don't stay in the r

is. r If you are planning to atten. rut. Push back the veil y A
Sunday School was opened at services '
on Sunday w
the usual hour by our Supt. witha HICKS'Photo would like for you to ,visit, with of the lack of understanding -

song and a prayer, scripture by U4 at Mt. ZIon were' services are and bad luck '}", .
the Supt., then the teachers took StudioUltra
always enjoyed and you will always -
that hold
charge of their seem you
classes, each sin
feel at home...On last Sun- III ,
class was taught from this sub- Fine Portrait day, "Do You Know Jesus" was your track and adranee ., >
ject the "Resurrection." The les- the subject enjoyed much.
very ''' forward by the
James E. Hicks
son was reviewed toy Bro. Melton Prop.
:League will be held every afternoon -
Sunday School was closed by beginning at 5 help of Cod. -5'-
Studio: pjn. under -
Sis. B. F. Fulger.
the direction
!Morning prayer service was led 2440 NW 60th St. ard J, McGhaney. of Bro. Rich- Your home and every day life can be made happy.He .

by Deacon N Miller We had a Phone NE. 3-3166 Sunday School..........?...9:30: a.m. will show you to bypass your enemies and get the
soul stirring devotional service Morning worship ...........; 11 ajn. things that Cod put in the world for you. Let the
Exodus Scripture the Rev. Brown, League .?............................. :5 pjn. peace of God ,fill your soul, mind and body then the

morning, Rev. T.Speaker L. Evans of, sub the:= Evening worship ................ 7 p.m. power that is in you will be awaken and you will be

ject "Sin." Our 'hearts burned in a higher state of mind and spirit.

within while the speaker took his

time and told us about sin. ''IJ i For FREE Pickup and Listen to Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your
Usher board No. 2 had its 2nd Delivery Service on dial every morning at 6:59 from Monday through

anniversary and it thanks every- Prescriptions Friday and on Sunday you are invited to listen to the
one Evening appeared prayer on and its devotional program. Radio Ministery of Bishop Hunter of the Spiritual

services were conducted by- SERVICE Temple of Zion Church located at 5417 Southwest17th

Deacons Riles and Slaughter. The St., Hollywood, Fla. Donation will be acceptedfor
speaker of the evening was Bro. DRUG STORE the continuation of this broadcast.
E. Melton, "Put Your Trust in "Prescription 'Compounding

God Special!**" Prof Hunter's office is open daily from,10 a.m.

Our pastor is ill. The entire A to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and con

:' ,him church sends" a .get well wish to Sundries Gift sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. PrOf. is licensedby

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v. James E. Brown pastor Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor Rev S. L. Gay, pastor
Vandell Bovan reporter Phyllis Myers, reporter Letha Gamble reporter SATURDAY; FEBRUARY 14, 1059 PAGE 11
Ooa Locks. Fla.
ha a Price to Pay For Sunday School 'began at 9:45:
B was the dynamic topic serf with the assistant superintendentIn Big things are Happening at
: by' the Rev. A. J. Parkerr charge The lesson was reviewed the "Biggest Little Church In Support Your
morning services last Sun- by Rev. F. W. Woods. Town." Services Sunday were at YMCA MembershipDrive
their best.Sunday .
The devotional' service was
Ibsing out another day of wor- conducted, by our junior ,deacon School began at 9:30:
ffwe Journeyed to St. James Stephens who was assisted by ajn. with our faithful superin-
|- Church where our pastored Bro.. Smith. The music was fur- tendent Bro. Willie Fletcher in --- -- ------
out of his soul. The nished by the junior choir who charge. At 11 ajn. our pastor was
r" officers and members of sang wonderful Then Rev. Woods in charge of service. His theme a LOTS FOR SALE
Tames as well as officers anders i who was a visiting, minister .rendered was the "Great Tenor" T his \ Easy Term
of our church were i the morning's message particular phrase was selected
ly inspired by this great ,Instead of having BTU we hada for the text at the morning ser- Build on your lot
cssage. Sunday coming we are program which was .given, by vise. Our hearts burned within or mine
ticipating another great day.heir the No. 2 ushers for their presi- while the message( was being de- We take care of financingNO
No. 1* will furnish music dent's anniversary. livered. I
,iu usher board No. 1 will serve. Sunday being Founders Day MONEY DOWN
extend an invitation toe Sunday night at 7 the devo- Rev Gay choose Cash
ain we for his text Sun- paid for your lots or
public to worship with us. tional servicewas conducted by day, night, "Tfie Finding of The homo
Junior Deacon Nichols who was Church. He preached out of his .1
assisted by Bro. Mann. The music
MT. ZION BAPTIST soul Money loaned on your
was furnished by the male chorus.
The public Is Invited I
to attend Home
Luvenla Knox Rev. Chalk preached the or
the services
.U"hll. ....... .Relation. Officer at all times and
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.. ...- share with the members the rich Baron JE 8.1340
t- 5'1'' MAR Y'& W. M benefits that ,
"As a Twig is Bent so Grows we are receiving
The Tree" is a good motto for Sunday School began at' the I spiritually. ' ' -- .
every American family to adopt usual hour with the superintendent Friends, remember our firs II I--MRS MALLIE HUNTER
because if we focus the attentionof Miss Marva Trotman, in Annual Baby Contest which will
the terminate on Sunday, Feb. 22. I Stewardess Board No. 1 of
our children in, proper charge. Classes took their respective -
areas when they are young when -places with their teach- Plans are being made for spon- Trinity OME Church will cele- FOR SALE
they are old they will not. stray. ers. The lesson was' reviewed by sorship of many' affairs in behalfof brate Its 8th Extravaganza Tea
This type' of training should have the pastor. Three members join- this worthwhile cause. Sunday /Feb 15 ,- 4 pjn. to 6 New 3-Bedroom
its beginning in the home when ed. Visitors are always welcome On this Sunday the Laymen pjn. at the Church annex. 2014
parents introduce them to the to our Sunday School oragnization of the North Miami NW 5th ct. 2-Bath Home
Christian way of life throughGod's The Rev. H. V. Stuart was the and Miami Churches ,will meet Guest speaker will be Mrs. Mal-
Holy Writ. A child's viewof I preacher at the 11 a.m. service together at 3 pan at St. Paul lie Hunter Ross. Mrs. Ross, a Hardwood Floors Garage
Christianity however shouldbe riis subject was, "Woman Where AME Church, 4th court and 19thst. member of Mt. Zion Baptist Large Lot 70x90
further enhanced by the atten- I Art Thine Accusers?" He was at The Rev. J. D. Washington is Church Is prominent social and
dances in Sunday School Church his best and preached out h i s pastor. and civic place.worker Remember the time 6635 N.W. 24th Ave.
services and Christian Training soul. No. one choir furnished
Unions. Bring your children to music with their pnganist, Mrs. Mt. Zion's Annual Trinity CME Church Open Sunday 3 to 5 p.m.
Sunday School and BfTU. The G. McFord and No. 2 ushers Mrs. Bessie Anderson, Pres.
Church Supper Rev. A. (H. Harris
kind of leadership we have tomorrow served. pastor
depends upon the way The 7 p.m. devotion was led Monday evening Feb. 23, 8
we train our children today. by the pastor. He preached from p.m. has been set aside (by the
It is refreshng but not rare to Matthew 15:26-27: "God Is No Business and Professional Wo- OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
see young men engaged in acti- I Respecter of Person". The spirit men's Circle of Mt. Zion Baptist
vities where the (ibuilding of was high and everyone was bless- Church as the time for their annual SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
God's Kingdom is concerned. ed. No. 2 choir rendered music church supper. Mrs. Espy
Here at the Mt. Zion Baptist with their organist Mrs. U. Higgs Johnson is general chairman and PSYCHIC READERLet
Church a wide awake Laymen's and No. 1 ushers served. We are Mrs. Ann Lindsey Is chairman of
League is ,planning a program for praying for the sick and less fortunate ticket sales Assisting Mrs. Lind-

the enjoyment of the general ones. SCV Is Mrs. Frankie- ------- niAv-.-...r nf....
public. It will take place on Sun- Bethel AME Church. Mrs. Parks
day, Feb. 22 at 5 p.m. at the TEMPLE BAPTIST C. Hunter, president of the Unit-
church. Rev, R. Thompson will ed Church Women of Greater t"+r'
be the speaker.EBENEZER The Junior Class. Mrs. Rosa Miami has been selected as the
Taylor, teacher, won the atten- speaker.
METHODISTRev. dance Banner in the Bible Schoolon
Sunday. The offering and a-
Aaron D. Hall, pastor
were won by
gelism of the State
Baptist Can-.
Ernestine L. Hambrick reporter
adult class
Deacon A. J. ventlon of Florida, will be the
For as many of you as were Hanna, teacher on the previous preacher at the evening service.
baptized into Christ have put on Sunday. Plan to worship at Temple on
Christ. During the morning service Sunday.
We had a wonderful day SUn- Deacon Wanna delivered an im-
day. The Bethune-Cookman Col- pressive message'. The number 2 I
lege choir appeared in a beautiful choir sang both morning and HARLEM SQUARE
concert at the morning ser- evening.The .
Willing Workers' Club will SWEET SHOPA my years of Experience guide and protect yon through

vice.Members of the Wesleyan Ser- sponsor a tea at the home of Mr. PULL LINE OP GROCERIES Life AA n Lighthouse guide the ship in A storm
vice Guild wish to thank the and Mrs. Robert Hudson, 1521
many patrons who shared in their NW lit court, Sunday at 3:30: COLD CUTS COSMETICS WHEN OTllUUS FAIL YOU NICK MD
Pre-St. Valentine's Tea on last pm. Friends are invited. For Success in Business And Love
The Rev. R. L. Lane chair- 208 N.W. 10th Street.
Sunday. Mrs. Sadie Johnson ren- CONSULT HER
dered music for the occasion. man of the Department of Evan-
Special thanks to students of You can now have your home made, happy
Northwestern High School and "-i iv Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

others appearing on the program Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
Mrs.dent. Margaret Flowers is presi- PIANO 'SICK ? By the help of God she can help you

The evangelistic crusade which p Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or In

began on Monday night will SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. I trouble
come to a close (tonight Friday. It will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
You are invited to come out and A
join in the campaign to win souls Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
for Christ. AND ORGAN SERVICES N be touched by this strange mysterious power

The Pastor's Aid Board will WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
hold its regular meeting in the 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
social hall of the church on Sun- SERVICE I same God who delivered ,Moses and the children of Israel
day at 4 o'clock. MU 8-3770 of old .is still alive today And will open A way for yon throughthe
Sunday is infant baptism day I troubled seas of lift. Let not him that Is blind,lead you or
and reception of members duringthe you stumble ,with him. -

11 am. services. Do you doubt lie existence of thing because you cannot see
Our sick and shut-ins are Sisters I them'IWhAt
Merline Saunders, Jackson S3XS3333JAMES'
do think of the invisible '
you ; waves and sounds that
Hospital, Audrey Norris, 1516 NW
6th ct, Florence Hume 3352 make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible

NW 53rd st, Remilda Dames, A seed before it sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the
1747 NW 5th ave., Bro. Joseph 5 & 'lOc' STORE dark earth or womb of Nature. TIIKIUO IS AN "UNSEEN'
Delancy, 1317 NW 5th ct., John POWER"
Bethel. 370, NW. .. 20th st.
-- - ----- --- Phone PR 3-9481
. 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Therefore, acquaint your

I self with the one who U an
SAVE THAT BUS FARE! authority. Whose private .

SATURDAY, FEB: 14 IS VALENTINE DAY consultation will evolve you -i '

Valentine Cards .... 1* to 91 Handkerchief. 10* to 1.00 to a higher state of mind. _


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PAGE 12 'SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1959 to be HonoredThe f" I M'e: a\JA1niC 'C'ordfaU.fiDV'ites YOUNG DEMOCRATS
'yo'dtto'.Mtend'' its TelloWay --'
Bunche Park faculty and ship .Tea $ut1d; .Feb. ,15, ,from ,,i CALENDAR TEA J
.e ll PTA Invite you to Attend: a' red i 4 to' & ftosCommunity 1 m 1"E., IS ott '
_,MEN'S DAY AT MT.OLLIVETTE Urement reception honoring "Mrs;, House, 1133 NW Sunday, April 11,

-- The men are leaving no stones Feb.Alma 198 Ferrell to 10'Brooks pjn. at, Thursday the cafe.,, ,eath '!st. .i,n :, /...............i..................."" II.....I.1

unturned in their efforts to"'nvake torlum. Dress: semi-formal.' 1 I ), ;
this a red letter day in the his- K" r f = y< ,.....,,,",,=.L
tory' of Olivette. The public is in- Valtentine Party .i yy

vited...... The Ladies Auxiliary ,of m,
t f"" r c. E
.a. Post ,5693 will sponsor an open
house' Valentine Nite Party, Sat
urday, 'Feb. 14 at the Donathan.. ,
home, 2295 NW 155th st.
The ladies of the VFW, really.
spared no efforts in their preparation
of bar-to-cue. ribs, fried
fish, conch fritters and creamy
potato salad.
The evening also highlights
music, dancing and various
f w .p+ games. The public is Invited.
L a f +

1' Seance Tea ReadingThe

I Dade Bounty Bautlclans i Fi
y :If
Club Unit No. 49, Is sponsoringa >:
Seance Tea Reading on Sunday S.
Feb, 15, from 4 to 6 p.m., at the n
', REV. C. K. STEELE home of Mrs. Betty Fisher, 920 _
:: . SpeakerThe DEACON STANLEY MILLER NW 65th St The public is cor
Mt. Olivette Baptist . Co-chairman dially invited. A donation will be I HI'J
accepted at the door F14 ;
Church, Rev I, C. Mickins pastor -
will celebrate its ninth annual '
Men's Day on Sunday. MembershipEnrollment Lighthouse For The air ...
The speaker for the occasion is
the Rev. C. K. Steele, ministerof ExtendedThe Blind to beDedicated .
Bethel Baptist Church Tallahassee Soon -
; and president of the In* 1959 Membership Enroll ';
ter-Civic Council, Inc., of that ment of the G. W. Carver YMCA Residents of the Negro com- -
city. has been extended for two weeksin munity are all aglow because of
, order to give workers in the the new and spacious building k-
-"" e '-q. "Shoot the Moon" contest time to which has Just been built at NW .
obtain more members-thrust 5th ave. and 6th st This buildingis Miami
Returning to by popular demand of teenagersas
miles. for the and training of
the blind. care This has long since well as, grownups, the incomparable; Jonnie Taylor and
Rocket "GWC-Y-04" com- been a need and therefore, Is a the Soul Stirrers of Chicago, Friday, Feb. 20, 8 p.m. at
manded by Dr. Edwin S. Shirley ,' welcomed addition. the Longshoreman's Hall. Tickets on sale at Ida's Cafe in
leads the with 99,100 thrust I
miles Space race Cadets reporting in Most of the funds necessaryfor Homestead, Toback's Grove Pharmacy, "O'Neal Beauty

this division are: Miss Blanche given the by construction the White citizens., has been,The Salon, Pratt's Cleaners, North's Travel Bureau, 'andNeal's
Helen Dorsett, Market.
Negro community: feels now thatit
Louise Fincher Mrs. Susan
Mrs !
ought do something about the
Harris Mrs. Pinkie Lowe Mrs.
furnishing of the new
Marion Muldrow, Mrs. Bertha
The Negro board of the Light.
Perry, Miss Elizabeth Scott, Miss
house, working closely with the
Janet Smith and Miss Roberta.
White, has set up a committee to
White raise funds for this purpose. The By Day',,or Week
y Rocket ','GWC-Y-, commandedby committee is headed by Mrs. I Efficiency ,Privileges Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.
George Kilpatrick is in sec- Susan Harris, and the goal is set J Phones: OX 1-5343 FR 9-9359
at $1,500 This amount is little
ond place with 85,320 thrust
miles Space ,Cadets in this divi- enough when compared with the 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue
sion are: Miss Mary P, Hill, and beauty of the new structure.
DEACON CHAS E. GIBSON Alexander Brooks, Harry Smith, Clubs, churches and individualsare
. Chairman Elwyn Barnes, E. N; Taylor, hereby called upon to make
t Roger Williams. Howard Rollins their contributions to The Light-
Dr Steele is a militant leader house for the Blind, by check. JOHNSON AND SONS .
and a dynamic speaker. He led Rocket "GWC-Y-01" com- Any cash given should be .prop =
In the bus boycott in Tallahasseetwo manded by Dr. Edward J. Bray- erly receipted contributions may SHOE SH'OPFINE
years ago, and is nationally non Jr., is in third place. Space : be sent to Mrs. Susan Harris, fl.'
recognized both in the pulpit and Cadets reporting in this divisionare 1026 NW 2nd ave. SHOE REPAIRING ;-
on the platform. He has recently : Miss Edna M. DeVeaux and Atty Edwin L. Davis, chairmanof '
filled a number of speaking engagements Leroy Smith, R. D. Kirkland, the Negro board, has set We Save Your Souls-While You Wait ,
in New York City. James H, Albury, H. A. Smith March 15 as the time when the Shoes Shined' and
Jr. Garth drive w11l'close.. Dyed
Reeves, Earl Wells, "This is a
The men of Mt. Olivette and David W, Paschal, Bennie Moore, worthwhile effort and each citi- 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 9-9190' ..
their friends were so impressedwith Arthur Evans, Ossie Dostej, zen ought see his duty and do
Dr. Steele's messages on the Eugene Kemp, E. T. Kyler, Herman it," said the attorney.

same occasion last, year, that Wooten. This Rocket has .... .... ................................._._..n__....._h_.__._.__.....,,.._._.___.h__.'n'.. ._._,."_.__......._-n..........._........................._...... .... ......_......_....._.u.._......_..... ...._ _.._"":'!'...
they Invited him to come again 71,940 thrust miles .f.f.7...-.t: ;;.:..,.*...,*.....*....,.*...,..t..t;.........v.,.a-.3f.i ByR .i/t'if.:. ....*....t.t V ;H.....V..,.N.....*.... ....*....,.:.:.;:.. N..,:;.:..,*......*....'.et:: *...:..Ga-!!" (R:... '\I
Deacon Chas. E. Gibson is Rocket "GWC-Y-03" com-
chairman, and Deacon Stanley 'manded by Oscar Range, has a i j a ;

Miller co-chairman for the day. I total of 12,180 thrust miles. N u NOWOPEN I1.2 Ij



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CARDS -, MEMORIAtS: : I I our.In dear sad fatHef but loving, ,memory o.f, SATURDAY:, .FEBRUARY 14, 1959 PAGE 13

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wl mother Mrs. Caroline 3
MEMORIAMIn Range . -
CARD ,OF THANKSWe IN daughters) 211 sons* 2 sisters andbrother. a
.. I Funeral services have
the family, of the late sad but loving memory of Y ,. been set for Feb., 1'6, 2',pjn at St. 7Wh Cecil St.,R.apt.Turnquest 2, was pronounceddead of 330 NE
MRS. ,FRANCIS WALKER our dear mother, James Baptist Church, Rev. JohnL. arrival
on at Jackson Me-
|wish to thank the many friends MRS.: ALICE ,M, WfCHTwho Johnson pastor, burial in ; morial Hospital on the eveningof
who sent 'sympathy cards and departed...'this:.'Ufe 'on' Feb. t'k.ft \ Evergreen Memorial'' Park. She Feb..5. He is survived by three
Condolences and we would likeo 13, 1956, : will lie in repose in the chapel. sisters, a brother and a numberof
thank Miss Kathlean Cooper Gone, but: ngtforgotten.; May from 3 p.m. Sunday until funeral other relatives. Chapel ser
and family for that beautiful she rest in peace,: and:.may) light time. . ..." vices will be conducted on _Feb.
also] Mrs. Willie Lou perpetual shine upon); her.
,Dray and 14 at 1 p.m. Burial in LlncOla'Memorial
Walker for her kind and devo- Lewis 'W. Wright, spn The body 'of Isaiah Murray" of Cemetery. .. <
|tive attention that her and her And Family 1411 NW 71st st., apt. 2 who died I. "

daughter gave to Mrs. Walker ) '. I in Jackson Memorial Hospital a Walter Johnson of 735 NW
and the many friends who wereso few hours after admittance: Feb 64th st., died at Jackson Hospitalon
sweet and kind during her IN MEMORIAM 10 will be sent to Fitzgerald Ga Feb. 6. lie is survived by Ws

illness Friday Feb. 13 for funeral ser- wife Lillian, two sisters two
Mr. Edward Eugene brotherArd Iq thoughtful and loving. memories r. vices. Will lie in repose in the Brothers and other relatives.
The Felder Family of out dear
MRS..ALICIA,FERGUSON Survivors are two sons, a daughter Feb. 10.. Burial in Lincoln.
CAPD OF THANKSThe who departed this ,life 'Feb. ,0, a brother sister and 'several ,
1955.. May she rest: in 1 pace' ..Sleepon ; other relatives including Rev. J.

family of the late my dearest aunt, sleep, on and E. Murray who is a nephew.Walter ,
MRS. LTLLIE D. MACON take your rest, we loved you but $t
who pas sed away Jan 5th Jesus loved ;you best. a Gone. but M +

and was laid to rest on Jan. 17, not forgotten ROBERT HILTON Johnson
take this method of expressing Left to mourn: who departed this life Feb. 13,,
thanks and appreciation to the Two nieces Mrs. Idell Ar- 1954. Dies at 54 J
many friends who were so kind nett of 301 NW 16th Terr May he rest in peace.
during its hour of bereavement. and Mrs. Rose Stoor We love you but Jesus loves The funeral service of Walter
Thanks for cards, letters, telegrams One sister, Mrs. Annie Arnett you Johnson was held at the Range
flowers and donation One Brother, Lenox, Arnett best.The Family Funeral Chapel Tuesday Feb. 10

Special thanks to Rev. S. A. One Miss step daUghter Carroll! at :3s p.m., the Rev. J, D. Washington -
Cousin. Rev M. J Faison Range Naomi pastor of St. Paul AME 7
Funeral Home. Again thanks to And many relatives'and' IN MEMORIAMIn Church officiating.Mr. .

everyone. friends., i Johnson was born in Florence -

Mrs. Ola Mae Colvin loving remembrance of our SvCn'Jan.; 31, 1805, ',He was
daughter and family IN MEMORIAMIn dear wife, mother and grand- the sixth child of Mr. and Mrs.

mother, Marion Johnson.Ho :
CARD OF THANKSThe sad but loving, memory of MRS. MOLLIE STEWARTwho leaves to mourn a devoted :'i K
:ny dear, husband, departed this life on Feb. wife Mrs. Lillian Johnson; two J :
.... 11, 1954. sisters, Mrs. Phillis Seniors, Mrs
family of the late James Wallace; two. brothers,
Sleep on, dear mother, and take
MRS. DAISY BELLE NORCORN yojr rest, Lorenzo Johnson of Chicago, Ill., '
who passed away on January 15, We love but God loves Lawrence Johnson of Sanford;
1959: in East Orange, N.J. takes you you
best. three ,brothers and ,sisters-in-law,
t-hls method to express thanks t Mr. and Mrs. Miller Preston Mr.
qrt The Family - '
and appreciation to the many and Mrs. Floyd Revels] and Mr. I Hayes I-- Hunter of 1437 NW

friends who were so )kind duringits and Mrs Ossle Thomas, a ,stepmother 70th st., died at his residence on '
hours of
bereavement. r Mrs. Celestine Johnson, Feb 6 following an extended
and a host of other relatives period of illness. Mr Hunter was '
Thanks for cards. letters telegrams + DEATHSHouse
\ r 1 The family wishes to thank the
? well known Miamian having
and all other gestures of N '
vmpathy. following persons for cards and lived here for over 35 years. He
Sisters telegrams: Mrs. Otis James, Mrs. was a retired principal of the ,
Mrs. Lutie Pearson E. L. Granberry, Mr and Mrs. Dade County public school ays-)
Mrs. Dena Goodman of Albert . Willie Thomas, Mrs. Homer tern, having served in Greater MI-,:
Wade Dr. and Mrs. Hcrmon Sa- ami and the Coconut Grove area
Miss Emily C. Thomas Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie :
llnsky of Miami Beach, Mrs. for many years.
Brothers: Mae Brunson of 376 NW 68th -
Frank Fair, Mrs Charles Pros
Roy Thomas Terr., who died in Jackson Memorial ton, Mr and Mrs Ed. Roberts, lie is survived by a daughter,"'
Stephen Thomas Hospital Feb. 3, were con- Rev. Cambell, Mrs. James Miles, Mrs. Mattie H. Jackson, a son,.
Horace Thomas ducted on Saturday, Feb. 7 4 Mr, and Mrs. James Marshall, Herbert Hunter of San Diego,'*
p.m. at Greater Bethel AME Willie Williams, Mrs. Agnes Cal who is in the city for: his "f
CARD OF THANKSThe Church with Rev. S. A. Cousin Davis. final rites and several grand
officiating. She is survived by children. Funeral services were
family of the late, her husband Ellis. Interment In conducted at St John's Baptist
Evergreen Memorial Park CARD OF THANKSThe Church on Wednesday, Fob. 11.
w Burial was in Lincoln
family of the late
who departed this life Feb. 13, 18060 Homestead Court, Per- expresses thanks to tho many Mrs. Ida Lott of 1520 NW 67th"t.
1958. tine, died in Jackson Hospital friends and neighbors of 69th St. died at her residence on Feb.
Though life goes on forever, it Feb. 3. Funeral services were and 70th streets for their kind- 8th She is survived by two
will never, ever be as happy ant held Feb. 7 at 12:30: pm. at the ness shown during the recent illness daughters, Mrs. Bertha Williams '
enjoyable as it was when you Church of God of Prophecy, and death of our dear mother and Mrs Emma Nealy, a son
were with me. Bishop Joseph Kemp, pastor. and grandmother. Jessie James Lott; a number of:
The love and understandingthat Survivors are her husband This method of thanks is extended grand and :great grand children
you shared with so many Joshua, two sisters of. the Baha- to the .pastor, Rev AaronD and other relatives. Funeral services -
have and shall always remain in mas. Burial in Paradise. Hall members and church were conducted on Feb. 12
our hearts !as a monument bf my groups of Ebenezer Methodist at the Church of God in Holiness
levotlon to you. Samuel Robinson of 1301 NW Church, fraternal organizations, with the pastor Elder Williams
Leona Call wife 72nd st., died Jan. 27 and was :donors of cars and the Range officiating Burial was held at
Emma C. Scott, mother funeralized at the Bethany SDA Funeral Home for services rendered Lincoln Memorial Cemetery
Church Jan. 29 at 2 p.m., ElderC. Thanks also for the many

IN MEMORIAM .; B. Rook officiating The body cards, letters, telegrams and Den Jones of 6122 NW 19th Ct.
was sent to the Barnum Funeral flowers of condolences. pronounced dead on arrivalat
In !say but loving memory of Home, Americus, Ga. for burial! May God bless you one and all. was Jackson Memorial Hospital on

and He U survived by a wife, Mary, Mrs. Norabell ,Dernerltte Sunday, Feb. 8, He Is survived by
our dear beloved daughter daughters, four sons, two And
HiM five Family his wife Mrs. Emma. Jones;
.ster, I brothers daughters and other
_..m____ _......__,_ :3 Ions,
riff IN MEMORIAMIn relatives 'Chapel services will be
L. Mrs. Savannah of 3395 conducted on Feb 14 at 4 pm.,
i Grand Ave., apt. 11, a resident of loving memory of our dear with Rev O, W, Foster of Antioch -
MRS. MYRTLE INGJ AIfAM Miami since 1925: died at Jack- husband and father, Baptist Church officiating.
DELANCY \ 1', f < son Memorial Hospital following HORATIO SWEETINGwho Burial will be held at Exergreen.
illness Feb. 6, and will departed this life on Feb. 7,
who died Jan. 28 at Monroe Gen- X a -
*"-al Hospital in Key West wishes be funeralized, from South the Miami Church Fob.of Cone, but not forgotten Mrs. Hepsle V. Francis of 1722
tn embrace this opportunity to God in Christ. died at Jackson
Elder Horace Henrietta Sweeting wife NW 66th St.,
xnresj their heartfelt thanks to 14 3 p.m.officiating.with She will lie Stanley Sweeting, son Memorial Hospital on Feb. 10.
the. pastor, officers and mem- Watson from 4pm. Also other relatives She is survived by a sister, Mrs.
ben ''of St. James Baptist Church. In state in the chapel prudence M. Johnson and other

Special; thanks to Rev. E, A. Cul- Friday until 9 am. Saturday to the CARD OF 'THANKS relatives Funeral services will
she will be taken
mer and congregation of St; when be conducted on Monday Feb. 16
Mary's W. M, Church and to the church where she will lie in state The family of te late, at 10:30:. a.m. at the Church of
, Housekeeping:;: Dept of Jackson until funeral time. Survivors are RAYMOND ELLISON Incarnation, Burial will be at
;;;:;. Memorial Hospital. Our most four daughters, a son five sisters Interment who departed this life on Jan. 26, Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.Mrs. .
f 16 grandchildren. -
, brother
Ioi' humble thanks to the efficient 1959, wishes to express their sincere -

,.i6'j taff of Francis Funeral Home Lincoln Memorial. appreciation; and deepest + Mamie Daniels of 2172
.' for its services. To the gratitude to their many friendsfor !
i gracious Funeral services for Mrs. Ber- ,cards, telegrams, floral contributions NW 71st St., died in Jackson Hospital -
many friends for cards letters 4.u I tha Barnes of 4835: SW 18th it., and other kindnesses on Feb. 11 Funeral arrangements -
telegrams florals and any kind , y West Hollywood who died in during their time of bereavement. are incomplete and
deeds shown we say God bless Feb will be announced over local radio
Jackson Memorial Hospital all.
God bless
.' May you
you. ,Survivors: a husband one : J J"a,2et .
+ 6, will be conducted Fob 14 at The Family stations.
son a loving mother, a father, : ; f of Christ
: \ ; 2 pm. at the Church ,
four sisters, two brothers four 1267, NW 67th St., with Rev. H.H. .

nieces three sisters-in-law.three brothers-in-law. JUANITA INGRAHAM CURRY Wilson of West Palm Beach,I

who departed this" Jife Feb. 9, officiating. Will Ue in repose in ENROLL NOW !IN
1955. the chapel from 3 pm. Friday
IN MEMORIAMIn Sunset and, until funeral time. She In survived SCHOOLFor
And one clear call for jne by her husband Elle, mother, SUNLIGHT BEAUTY
lovin memory. of my beloved And may there be'no moaningof Mrs. Amanda Smith, a son four
husband.MR. the bar + .i. sisters and five brothers. Burialin a Life ,Long Profession
HENRY BARBERwho When I put out to.sea.T J'1r .' Lincoln .Memorial.Mr .
departed this life Feb. 10. The Ingraham 4 Family Florid*'* Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
1952. Gone but not forgotten. :. Mary Louise Taylor of
We loved .. 19th it. died at Jack- I FR, 49r98I
Sleep on in Jesus. of- \ 1\' 365A NW 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue
,,\-.. r you but Jesus loved you best. son Memorial Hospital Feb. 8.

:... r Mrs. Annie Barber, wife Advert ItPA9a, Sb* .is survived by her husband t ,
And family .

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE -I Friendship Genesta from New York City, our

Mrs. Elizabeth E, Johnson,
Club NewsOn own
,14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY-14, 1959 Broward pioneer in community activitiesand
.principal of Phyllis Wheat-
County s account of conditions over ley School and others whose
._\,_......_..._.............NN.MNNNM.NNN.NNNNNN.N.NO..NNNN.NNrAlong which we had no control the names we failed to get.
News, news 'of the club has been delinquent Mrs. Annie Mae Twine thanked -
for the past. But we are the hostess and the ladies de-'
Freedom's RoadBy still going strong-in fact, parted for their- various homes
By'Walter stronger than ever. We hope to t(). meet again in two weeks. Re-
Bow. I keep you posted as to the activities member the rummage sale at 363
RUTH PERRY I in the future. l NW 14th St., Fob 19, 20 and 21.

-.................-..-...-..........-,.-..---_-_ : ; I I Mrs. Iona Dukes' was hostess Mrs. A. M. Coleman Pres.E. .
Feb. 6 at her
and last Thursday,
Nathan Sears son C. Thomas, reporter
In looking back upon the beginnings I chains for themselves. 'A house home, 1646 NW 1st place.In .
of the NAACP in this divided against Itself cannot Mrs N. Sears of Hyde Park, returned connection with much Important -
year of its Golden Anniversary, stand'; this government cannot last week to Philadelphia business transacted, Valentine TeaYou

,. It might be very interesting to exist half-slave and half-free where he Is attending Lin- plans have been completed fora are cordially invited to >
recall some of the facts sur- better today than It could In coln University. Mr. Sears intends rummage: sale which will be attend the annual Valentne Tea
rounding 'the start of the Association 1861. Hence we call upon all believers at the home of Mrs. Lillian Bail- sponsored by George W. Carver
dentist and is taking
In democracy to Join ina to be a lou, 363 NW 14th st. and Feb. High School Parent Teacher AssocIation -
national conference for the a pre-med course. He is a 19, 20 and 21. on Sunday, Feb. 15,
INTERRACIAL ,FROM discussion of present evils, the graduate of Attuciks's High of The hostess was high in her from 4 to 6 p.m. In the auditor-
voicing of protests, and the renewal of She served a
THE BEGINNING Dania. He was a member of the manner repast. .
of the struggle for civil full course buffet chicken-ham ium.A program of favorite spiritualand
After a race riot in Spring- and political liberty." football squad. dinner with all the trimmings. (gospel songs has been plan-
field, Ill, in 1908, a group of the several visitors
Among for '
ned your enjoyment.
Thus the idea took shape and lest ,
prominent men and women, both Carver
I Alonzo Allen present were Mr. and Mrs. J.
Negro and White 'met togetherin substance and in the same year
Ranches last weekend with his Gordon from Elmwood, NY who
the NAACP formed. It's
New York City to discuss the was pro- I
house of
stopped over as guest
insecurity of and the discrimination gram adopted at that tnme included brother Eddie, for New Jersey Mrs/Dukes after a cruise in the Drive .Carefully!
against the Negro. At this : abolition of all forced where he will spend some time. I
conference: it was agreed that a segregation, equal educational
Eddie Lee Allen was here on the
advantages for colored and white,
call 'be sent out, signed by prom-
inent Whites and Negroes for a enfranchisement of the Negro weekend visiting his mother and RUPTUREDYou ?
conference on the centennial of and enforcement of the Four- family.
the birth of Abraham Lincoln, to teenth and Fifteenth Amend- -- .
,discuss_ the status of the Negroin ments. Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe presi- can be FREE from TRUSS SLAVERY New Non.Surgical,

I the United States.: THE NAACP BEGINS ITS dent of the Beauticians' Guild of Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TDIE.
Hallandale and West Hollywood,
Oswald Garrison Villard, the FIGHT
Is expressing her many thanks to Piles Rectal Diseases
grandson of William Lloyd Garrison DR. LONG'S CLINIC
(the ardent and fiery abo- The new NAACP kept- to its members of the guild for making ,
litionist during the, Civil War), program and elected W. E. B. the fashion show a big success. A General Health Service
who had been called into coun- DuBois director of publicity and Many thanks to the ladies that Reducing 21 8.W. 18th Ave FR 8-2748
sel, wrote the Call. A part of editor of the Crisis (the NAACP participated in the show on Monday -
t these now famous words follows, official paper) In 1910. The night, Feb. 9, at the Para-
as It was written on Feb. 2, 1909. Crisis was a success from the dise Club In Liberia. Music was t f,t -' r.NOW"OPENED"UNDER .- ,
the W. C. Baker band.
beginning. By January of 1912, by
THE LINCOLN DAY CALL the circulation of the Crisis. had
' increased to nearly 16,000 NEW MANAGEMENT
Lincoln"In many would see the states black today monthly. After the first branchwas I FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP
men set in Chicago, branches ;'e
hundred and women for whose freedom a began to spring up in other r 1illiWM1 421. N.W. 20th StreetThe
thousand j1
of soldiers cities. By 1916 there were 54 ,
gave their lives, set apart In Finest Foods at Low Prices
I branches with a total member-
trains, in which they pay first ship of 9,500. WE DO CATERING' BUSINESS
class fares for third-class service Satisfaction, Guaranteed -
and segregation in railway sta- Now in 1959, with the numberof WE SPECIALIZE IN, TAKE OUT BOX SERVICE
tions and in places of entertain- branches in one state nearly
ment; he would observe ,that equalling the number of branchesIn Open Mon. Thru Thnr. 5:80 a.m. to 12 tnldnlto
state after state declines to do the whole United States in the FrI, ,Sat., 8un./3180 a.m. to 2 a.m.

its elementary duty in preparing early years of the NAACP's his- Arthur King, Owner
the Negro through education for tory, and the membership grownto
the best exercise of citizenship. many hundreds of thousandsof
those people 'both White and
"Added to this the
spread of
Negro who love freedom and wantto
-North lawless ,attacks South upon and West the Negro fight for' -now in 1959 the A Post Card is Your First

it the Springfield -even words of the Lincoln Day Call Step to Cash Prize
made a
by Lincoln- ften accompanied still tion for have us.Unfortunately.meaning and inspira- } Rejected; Automobile Insurance

neither revolting sex brutalities nor age, nor sparing youth we could lift % Listen to ,.1f other' companies don't want it, we can place It.OUr. .

could but shock the author of the out some of the words from the : excellent insurance facilities permit us to place

sentiment that 'Igovernment of Call written 50 years ago, and 1 WFECMon. this type of business, so phone us if, you can't place it.
the people, by the /people, for find that they still apply today
the people shall not perish from While conditions are improved, Thru Fri. federal Insurance AgencyCHARLES
the earth. Slence under these while lynching has almost disap-
conditions' means tacit approval. peared from the American scene 8:80 a.m. 0:80: am.
while education and voting for J. PISTORINO, Agent
CHAINS ALIKE FOR the Negro have become more 1:80 p.m. 2:80 p.m. 213 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone FR3.8146

NEGRO AND WHITE"Discrimination prevalent, still "this government
cannot exist half-slave and p.m.
once permitted half-ifree better today thanit
cannot be any , ,
; recent his- could in 1861." We honor the 'L "
tory in the South shows that In
NAACP Its 50th Anniversary :1220'On
forging chains for the Negro upon : FOR BETTER PICTURES . See
:the White and pledge anew our sup
voters are forging port to this wonderful
-:-- dom"- and its "Fight for Free- Your Dial Johnson of Miami

;. Dinners' Parties
Combs' Weddings Passports-

REDUCED TO, $15,500 Home Movies

1368 N.W. 56th STREET ,Baby Pictures' A Specialty

409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294

, ,
" -

Owner has been asking $17,500-r-no-w available at

bargain price of $16,500--Definitely a ,sale at this ALONZA.. FRANCIS, FUNERAL HOME

low price,First come, first served. Drive by-see,.and Sympathetic findEconomical Services

call. Alonza Francis, Director and Embalmer

Dr. J. M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Boggs Evans

I I as '\ Chelsea Realty, Realtor PL 4-4685 Business Associates

Bin.' Elizabeth' Espy Johnson, Business Manager
Evenings and Sundays-NA 4.2684
Spacious Modern Chapel and Slumber Room

236 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida'

FR '9-5381 Phone PL 42857NOT

\C, \
ep' >
a ... -" Living Service For Th Living

ProprietorFine ROOFINO''. S AND
Foods and Beverages ADDITIONS New and
We Feature Dally Specials PLUMBING Old AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owners
Children Under 12 Half Price
r'':. We Cater to Private Parties PHONES OX 1.0131- OX 1-4343

,'Open 7 a.m.Dally to and 1 a.m Sunday DIAZ ,CONST. CO. -,' HI 4-7792

Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
You Call We Deliver Complete I Financing Day or Nite

943 N.W. 2nd Ave. 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida
Phone FR 3.9368
." Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results .


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-.. .... THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

Top Stars to Appeal5 m PHIL

NAACP Celebrity Parade. Brotherhood- Ie ..... ..... ..

that since we
The Miami branch of the the work of the organization and brotherhood to

in observance of its .:ts continuous "Fight for Free- year, we
NAACP, may
Jom. lot of hard work
Golden Anniversary, 50 years of :nto bringing a show of this kind goes Dur: own

continuous achievement In the together. But all we want you to All llmita
struggle for civil rights..will holda do Is attend, relax and enjoy it example of
"Celebrity. Parade" at the And at the same time you'll be the curbing
Longshormian's Hall on Sunday jiving the "Fight For Freedom" Thus, dieting Is
afternoon, Feb. 22 from 3 p.m. i big boost. tion, which
on into the evening. All of Miamiat Don't move some of
forget the
this time will have the oppor- date: Washngton's life . its
"face to face" the birthday, Feb. 22 at 3pm
tunity to joyment of It.Limitations .
in show business who at the Longshoreman's Hal].
top names
Tickets may be obtained at the
currently appearing In engagements -
are at the best clubs and VAACP office, 809 NW 3rd ave., us are the
or by calling FR 7-4831. Be seeing -
plush hotels on Miami Beach. dice is one
you at the "Celebrity Parade -
Complete list of stars will appear !" 'orogress.; i Y
in next week's Issue. The traditional ;' R
ed toy its -
Admission to the affair is only Calling all' 49ers which causes
$2.00 (plus tax) and Is limited to and spiritual
the seating capacity ,of the hall. There will be a special Valen- fect
No reserved seats, so make plansat tine gathering. for all members of example
once to get your tickets in advance I the class, of 1949 of Booker T God is
Be sure you'll be alble to I Washington High School ,at 3131 to (Progress
get in to see ,this wonderful NW 43rd st. Time: 9 pm. Date: we must break
show. Saturday, Feb. 14. Attire: Casual tations which
All of the money raised at this wear: Slacks, Bermuda shorts, He does not
affair will be used to carry on etc. hide from Him.
.. ..
our uve
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Good Morns JudgeNews one father another.wants p pd

er, who is far
His children do
From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court iHls

JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON vealed to us
PresidingBy the limitations y

Elliott J. Pieze, Times. Staff Writer from Him, are

_ _u_ _____ _ _ writings of ,P ITT
l I I I
have overcome
Exactly 61 cases were listed drunk and disorderly conduct by In their search R
for trial l in Judge Johnson's creating a disturbance in con- For aw
Municipal Court on Feb. 9. It nection with the same case. Mrs. Steiner
in his
was one of those knock down Monroe was fined $e or 26 dayson Current "
and drag out sessions which will the two charges against her, and Man", as The Rev. C, L. Franklin pastor of the Now Bethel
have the spectators talking aboutits and Jackson was fined $25 or 10 conclusions he Baptist Church in Detroit, Mich.\ will appear at the Dade
for a long time to come. days.
Among the many highlight tensive study County Auditorium, 2901 W, Flagler t., Sunday, Feb. 15
trials of the day was the case of Among cases heard and dIsposed problems, the 3:00: p.m. Appearing with Rev. Franklin will be his 16-

Roger Wingard, 29, of 221 NW of on Fob 2, were the following with wishes the to enter old daughter, Aretha, the 3-feet tall midget, Miss

22nd sty apt. 30, who was charged with Lawrence. Carson, charged which he lives Bryant and the Swan Silvertone Singers. Special
disorderly conduct by
with assault and battery witha creating a disturbance. and using from all I Choir No. 2 of New Hope Baptist Church, Rev. J.
James Callahan of 225
NW/Rim 20th on st., apt 33. Wingardwas profanity Carson was also beliefs." NOW'I I Brown, pastor. Tickets are on sale at Ida's Cafe In

also charged with redkless charged with petty larceny a Will not a ; Toback's Grove Pharmacy, Oneal's Beauty
display of a dangerous weapon table lamp valued at $7.55 the these limitations North's Travel Bureau, Pratt's Cleaners and Neal's
and with carrying concealed property of OINeal-Helmly Fur- hood Week Into F14
niture Store dismissed on, the
weapon a gun. erhood under
The Incidents occurred about first charge, fined $75 or 30 dayson God
1:25: Saturday .afternoon, near NW the second. The lamp'was returned -
to the
20th st. .and 3rd ave, according to store.

Officer L. Bowens, who was the John Lee Hall charged with J. B. MIDWAY PARK
arresting officer. assault and battery with a glass
Officer Bowen told the court bottle on Willie Lee Hall, fined
that while he was off duty et his ?50 or 20 days, but the fine was (DRUG STORE
home, on Saturday afternoon, aifToup suspended. Antonia LaSalle,
of young boys came to his charged with assult and battery
home and told him that Wingardhad with a rook on James Smith, fined Electrical 2206 N.W. 62nd Street
beaten Callahan about the $75 or 30 days. (Ol'rOSITI'J: CON8UMK11S)
face and body with a gun. Richard Thomas, changed with ACCUIIATICLY
I assault with a knife on Joe Mc- "Don't
Investigating the boys' complaint Queen, fined $35 or 4 days PRESCRIPTIONS WLLKD '
Officer Bowen said he I PHONE
Joe McQueen, charged with assault -
saw Wingard with a baby In his and battery-with a chair on Trusses Surgical Belts Elastic Stockings
arms, and a small' girl standingat Richard Thomas, fined $35 or 14 Night VITAMINS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
the bus 3rd and 20th
stop on days.
st Bowen approached Wingard MONEY ORDERS PHONE NE 5-3022

showed his badge and identified IlllINO THIS AI ANI HHCK1VK A 10 FJfiltCKNT DISCOUNT

himself as a police sergeant, and STRENGTH'-.SERVlCE'-. I ON ALL YOUR PI7RCIIA8KB
was about to
Wingard under ---- -- -
arrest, when suddenly Wln-
yard broke and started to run. Central lifer Insurance
Officer Bowen began to chase
after Wingard and the boys Joined -

the chase., YburrFriendly
I Variety "Top 15ElTeadrops
While running, Winrard'attempted -

to pull a gun from Inside on Your Letter, :Twist-Midnighters
his (belt, ,when suddenly one 2.-Nobody But You-Dee Clark
of the boys made a flying tackleon Offering i
3. Charlie Brown Coasters
Wingard the .
throwing him to
ground and knocking the gun '20. Year Payment Life. & Educational 4.-It's a Matter of Time-Brooke Benton

from his hand. The gUn fell to the Endowment at Age 65 at Age 18 5.-It's Girls Everywhere-Eugene Church One of the boys retrieved Paid-up Life & 20' Payment 6.-I Cried a Tear-Laverne Baker

Endowment at Age 64 "15 Year. 7.-INever, Never-The Treniers
In court Wingard denied hitting -
8. Jackie Wilson
-Lonely Teardrops-
Estate Builder
Callahan Juvenile Whole. Life
with a gun. Win-
9.-No Barnes
gard also denied having the (gun, Mortgage Redemption- 15 Payment Regrets-Jimmy
in fact Wingard denied every- 10.-Love You Most of All-Sam Cooke
thing. But his denials, did not Health Hospitalization 20 Year 11.-Try M -' ames Brown '

stand up against the testimonyof Home Office 12.Stagger Lee-Lloyd Price
Officer '(Bowens and young 13.-Smoke Gets in Your Eyes-The Platters

Callahan Wingard Judge guilty Johnson and fined found him 1416 North'/Boulevard': ,. 14.-5he Say-The Diamonds .
15. Tell The Truth-Gene Allison
$100 or 40 days on the three Branch Office!- -
charges combined. GET 'EM ALL AT THE
Among other cases heard and ORLANDOPANAMA Record
disposed of were the following: DAYTONA BEACH CITY Variety Shop"THE
James William Taylor, chargedwith
drunk and disorderly conduct FTY PIERCE
.by using profanity, fined A STV 6400 N.W. 15th Avenue OX 1.9827
$25 or 10 days. TALLAHASSEE
Edith Monroe, charged with WEST PALM BEACH Join the Variety Record Club'
drunk and disorderly conduct by Buy 10 Records Get One FREE
creating a disturbance. Also Miami Office 176 N.W. 14th Ask about our Record Player Layaway Plan

charged with assault and battery THE TIME TO INSURE IS .. -
with hands on (Nancy Lazier, -. <
George Jackson was charged with



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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Pre-Easter Fashion tion. That accounted for the very. Wanted
and fellow
large attendance the

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1959 I Tea:V, Gala ;Event .ship f Daughters shllt d. of Fort, 't.'Lauderdale' ,1. '

articipated by attendance and Beauty OperatorVogue
r Club 535' corner of 3rd ave. models;' Liberty and Atlas ,
and 6th st., was the local and Temples ''showed the bond that
falbulous setting, for the Fashion makes us ,one.Appreciative. Beauty Box,
Tea sponsored by the daughtersof
I and radiant wit-
vcr Greater Miami Temple No. ; ness 929 N.W. 3rd Ave.
769. Too much cannot be said ds
D, 1 to the decorum, fashions and col- phone FR 49130. Ask
lation designed and prepared fora BENEFIT TEAA for Mrs. Jones.
very apreclatlve and gracious (benefit tea Is being given at

host of friends. the James E. Scott Center, 1133 .... .,..,. "'- --:;..::;"." ..... .... "" .,. .,.
A snappy program of solos and NW 66th St., on Sunday, Feb. 18.
welcome extended by the Dt. The hours are from 4 until 6 Porter's Beauty Nook
Ruler Myrtle M. Davis, was the pjn The public is cordially Invited -
Interlude for' this outstanding occasion func-
to attend this worthy
7006 N.W. 19th Ave.
Everyone present caughta tion sponsored/ the Amid,
gleam from the fountain of friends of the Zetas. Specializes In hair styles
beauty of fashions, charm, Susan Harris, president
: LEGAL NOTICE FOR SALE ./' plus quality personality of the Hair and Scalp Treatmentt

, ; Notice of intention to register GAS STATION For Sale. >.Phone. narrator and the models. ., For The' Highest in For appointments' call
in compliance with House Bill OX 1-9557 greater; Miami: Temple expresses' -
t No. 1175 No. 2095'3, Laws of 'I .. v:>>:t gratitude to the Bills for' .COSMETICS $+k OX 1-0612-0X 1-6436
Florida 1941. BEAUTY SHOP Equipment and service; rendered and thanks ,to YUkon 35681"BAN'DS' '
furniture. For informaUonl"lphoneFE ths while committee. Space will Call "f
; or OX ,1-7745
,I PRINCE CAFE, 338 NW 14th 10997. Randle Isom, 533 NW not. 'permit the ,names of all the .
under which name we do
St. 2nd ave., apt.8. daughters whose service was Also Emma Bloodsaw, operator
i business. Willie James Prince,
invaluable Miami Times NewspaperWEST Classic Porter, owner
owner, Elease Prince, co owner Greater Miami daughters were

Feb 7, 14, 21, 28. N FOR RENT almost '100 percent in cooporea- HOLLYWOOD, FLA. -,;".,. "' .... .... -,;,,"" -.;. .""...

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e,, pay HOSTESSES$2.00 transportation ATTENTION costs! We to 4.1854.. r 1 Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From H
you for any live-in girl we FURNISHED, Modern efficiencyin at
Come early and bring Place'j convenient location. Would ltf u3
call JE 8-8787 Reliable please any couple or man who VISIT OR CALL TODAY. PL 7-1645
En3 .
ment, 432 Espanola, Miami Beach.. wants ideal surroundings, Ph. ,
NE 4-6676 slt ;;lt;.
TOP WAGES for Beach Jobs.
Service station man, lube experience ''I FURNISHED Weekly rooms, =tt=+' : sit:
local references $50 to @
double $10. Mae's Guest House, '
$65. Porters, Beach experience,I '
$50. Cook, housekeeper $50. five 2170 Washington St., Opa Locka F21 .. .. =
days week. Couples for domestic MU 1.3619. .
.. .
service Hotel maids, I ,
$400. ; many :lt+ alt'
for 6 days, experienced $42. EFFICIENCY PT. and furnishedroom '
Reliable! Employment Service, 1307 NW 58th 'st.FURNISHED ,: ;ctQ ; ' : t
432 Espanola, Miami Beach. I it
'J !4'
APT. Adults only
Mar 7 .
Call MU 170012BEDROOM .;. .4 J.

I .+lt+.
FRAME house, 1 .. -
50x150 DEERFIELD BEACH K,, porch bedroom, refrigerator, and 1t
on S.E. 2nd Ct. East of SJE. 1st gas stove, hot and cold water
Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRank- 3006 NW 51st Terr For Information -
tin 7-4812 Inda phone NE 44881.FURNISHED f.M9 h. f ty' t 1 1

Reasonable I :n3 a'' I .pp..I lt.t. .
LOT. price. Nassau one room apart-
Village Front Wolf Road. Bath ment, all efficiency, private sur- .. .
el Sundries 6828 NW 18th are roundings. Driveway for your n, n..
Phone OX 1-876E. car. In Opa Looks, Bunche Park. :,e.t t.":, t n.;
I Phone NA 1-6654 Ind
chairs, aluminum and ivory BEDROOM APT. with stove 1
leather, good condition, 4 bar and refrigerator. 2945 NW 46th .
stools. Call OX 9827 after 1 St. Buses No. 10 and 24 to door. t E $ -* :: ...t r .. +1'.M.a wbrn.we sew .a..uptiG x riAdwl .wr,' w L u3u t
p.m. One bedroom apt., 243 NW 14th m

Terr., $14 weekly. FR 93576. ;1t WHo Y'PA'Y REN: ? H
reasonable prices: APARTMENT.; Call Baldwin n. -- t tI
2 chest of drawers Hepburn, FR 1-9533. 1316[ NW C MOR-TGAG ,&tw
2 Hollywood double beds with 5th Ave. NO CLOSING ,,COSTS ::1 ONLY =

TWO EDRAOMIhome rent.
1 consble radio for ,
1 four burner gas range Phone MU 5-3604. &&J 2t 3 and 4 bedroom ibrand new CBS homes. North Miami Beach. Close to

four 1 drop-leaf chairs. kitchen table with COMPLETELY I FURNISHED 1 t,' 163rd St. Shopping Center. Buses, all grassed front, modern beauties. ns t5 t5Ui. _

1 table lamp bedroom apt. with free water. For comfort, peaceful living See our agent |this unday. N.E. 151st

2 convertible Call PL sofa 8-1115 beds Only 70th st.$17.50 Phone per,NA week 1-6953., 844 NW tci 4 Terrace, N.E. 14th ,Ave. 25 built, 8 left. Going fast;: Hurry. Why Pay'

I 't' Rent? u3
Nine jallousie windows
with KJ I
I screens. Three doors. Phone ,
NE 4-8201 .. Brown Sub 1 Mortgage
after 4 p.m. or see I 10 New Ones Opa Locka
i them at 5620 NW 18th ave. t u,4 Move in Now! Beauties 495 DOWN IVi
SUMMONSAll 5 t $795 DOWN This very cute little house. Good ,;

r TERRIFIC Well equipped CORNER, priced right Sundries.for CBS 2-bedroom'hohie''' ', beau ilk 1 Built-in oven and range. Large lot, for widow, single or couple only. .Its.

quick sale due to illness Phone tifully' landscaped. Refrigerator I ;1ti custom built, 3-bedroom, brand Furnished, large fenced-in 50x110 Llt
': PL 7-3203. stove and carporte. Address ate new CBS homes. 1 mortgage only. lot. Move in today. Total $6,995; u3

t, 3-BEDROOM( I . 6260 SW,58th place, South Miami tUj Priced low, terrific (buys, aU'screen$16 week pays all., No closing U3U ;
2560 NW costs. fee 3279 NW 50th St. Call
155th St., Opa Locka. For Information Call day or night. ed Florida room. See 1791 NW *
call OX. 1-9541. For these' specials. 'pall tit 155th St. model. Our Mr. Bliss on us to show inside ,
I 4-2448: t.j premises Sunday p.m. its:
HI HI 6 01731diY' Water No
BUSINESS PROPERTY. All kind 'aI""! City Closing N
\ including rooming house, income or night !n5 '. 1 Mortgage Costs

1'. property. Phone PIL 1-8779. tu 4-Bedroom Brand iIyew $895 DOWN

T Ui 3-bedroom, large landscaped lot.
2 Baths CBS, Hornet
.1 See 1427 NW..58th Terr. Call us to

i f TV SICK ? k"1:t i North Miami$1,495 Beach DOWN beauties. City see inside. Buses, shopping. HN L I

:U' water, built-in oven and range, INVESTORS INCOME
t heater. \See 1510 N.E. 151st Terr. PROPERTY

I' Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. ,to 9 p.m. ,Ui Our Mr. Elliott-glad to show. Close 4 units CBS building. $3,000 down.

:Ui to 163rd St. Shopping Center, Terrific location. City w'ater. Close faW

SAME DAY SERVICE ;Ui buses. to everything. Good return.. Completely -

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS ;alt furnished with stove and '
U. refrigerator each apartment. Investment -
; No
\ Liberty Closing
Picture Tube Special17inch :.3tt City $995 DOWN Costs returned within two
.lt years. Call us for appointment to
Building 3-bedroom new CBS show This will sell fast!11! '.
-$22.95 \ 21-inch-$29.95 It home. Shower doors, Venetian mi

O n blinds. See N.E. corner N.W. 69th'' Will build on your lot with no u''
I l St. and N.W. '19th Ave. \Deposit money down. Use your lot as a i
LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN U'will hold until finished. Furnished down payment. No closing costs. U;

models to show. Terrific. Builder arranges tell financing.
Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 t ,H

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