The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00202

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The times art changed ant w* arc changed wttn thm "'


I; Miami Gets Negro Election Clerks I

REGISTER MONDAYI! When the city bond election 73, 74 and 75. Other possible precincts
comes around on May 3 Negroes to be staffed by Negroesare
M will serve" for the first time in 81, KT and 204. A move is on .
BOOKS NOW AT Dade County aa election: officers foot to have downtown precincts
in at least four precincts. lid. 119, 120 and 121 divided at
BRANCH OFFICESDade After a aerie of meetings with 7th ave. so that precincts! can beset "t
county commissioners' and Supervisor up In the central downtownarea .
of Registration Claude Instead of the outoftheway ,
County citizens wont hart Brown' the final mechanics wet.worked 7th ave. location.
to fo far to get their names on out on Wednesday when
the voter registration books for Charles Itadley, Neal Adams and Persons interested in skfnlng up t
the next 30 days.Supervisor Garth Reeves, met with Frank I for the training course a* electIon -
Lewis. custodian of voting machines officers an call the James E. "
of Registration C. who win train the. Negro Scott Community Association of.
Drown has put the books m 57 workers. flee PL ,-.nll. and register..
countywide locations from Feb. IS *1 AA; Negro clerks will handle the Further details will be carried in
to Mar 12. registration books; in precincts I, next weeks issue.

A committee of Negroes has expressed ',. I

Brown and their members displeasure of the to county Mr.. .? .
Death Car Driver
commission because DOM of Who
the 37 branch office are located I
In Negro neighborhoods. Several
commissioners hare promised to,
hare this condition remedied be- Killed 3 Charged
fcre: the qualifying deadline. Two
locations being sought are Dixie The following children reviewed book written by r

Park Auditorium and the Liberty and about Negroes over station WFEC last Sunday. Shown Harold Guthrte. white 28,

Square Community Center with C. Walker of that station are : Kathleene Phillip Mrs. Motley to Speakat whose<< automobile smashed Into a
Coconut Grove last
Most accessible! place to register Gwvnnete Simon, Elva Evans Milton Evans, Pricilta Me- Bethel Sunday 11, was Indicted duplex on manslaughter Dir.

now areas near are heavily Womb settled Auto Negro Kenzie, Joyce Kyle, Carolyn Elllard, Sheryl Jane Lewis, OUTSTANDING NAACP charge by the Dade Oualy
Tag Charleene Outler. Janice Kyle Oscar McCoy and Anthony Grand Jury' Tueeda,.
Agency. 744 NW Mlh at.; Carpeoters LAWYER WILL OPEN
Union Hall. 2935 NW 17th Taylor. This was a community project in connectionwith MEMBCRtHIP DRIVE The crash killed two Negroes -
are. Garage 1120 NW 7th aver Negro History Week. Miss Delorese Harte is sponsorof Mrs. Constance Baker Motley Lee Bembroy, 50 and his common .
Marine Corp Training Center,1 the Assistant to Trwrjpood Marshall >law wife Ebna Gibson. 4A,
leGO NW 27th ave; and Ups Loc group.Naff dlrafor of fth* iNAACP legal|1 11n their bedroom at 201 South
ks Qty Bali, 777 fibeharazad ...e. and Educational Fund, will open I Dixie, Ifwy, as they slept and
the 1MO Membership Campaign also set off a guy explosion that
of the Dade County Branch** of fatally injured Mrs. Dora MaeTUkec
Jackie t toleilonoredli Business I the NAACP at the fckfcotf meeting 41 resident, of the 4Hn-
Leagueto on Sunday ... 14 at no Ins apartment
Greater Bethel AMZ'
' church, 243 NW 8th at f Guthrie had been drinking
One of America's outstanding when he lost control of his car
!! Oraanize Here lawyers, Airs. Motley baa bMD1ILiHd while speedint" _'''n. the highway .
for her inspired in Coconut Grove

v ments In many Federal arcu.J I
---ry 'r7, I The organizational meeting of the south. Her legal talents
FASHION SHOW a Miami Chapter of the National played before a Federal Judge in tall arguments have also been
Business League has been' set for Georgia resulted in victory for heard in many other civil rights
AT BAYFRONTLou ( Friday. Feb. 19 at 8 o'ciock at Atlanta Negro parents. Her
the Carver Branch YMCA.
e Borders, stylist of New I
4 York and Mrs. Ann Llrdsey: .1.hn ]f. Wiekliffe, national vo
;f r p popular Miamian.. are preventing field director and secretary will
the "Continental Look" Fashion fly here from New York to setup
Panorama and Dance at the tee chapter J. Otis Mobley,
beautiful Bayfront Park Auditorium state president front Tallahassee
320 ME 5th st, on Monday i* also exported to be here for
Feb IS, from 130 pan. to 1 am. the laitia) mreting
Borders returned to the city on
Wednesday with male and female Many prominent Business
models from New York. The party League members tram all over
was greeted' by the Bronze I the country who have been attending
Models and Hectcss Out of Miami I the golf tournament will t i
at their stay over for the meeting Friday
cac is:' gatheringT e1-acqua1Dted"l
e pres. after The League' founded in 1600
mare: and female models, stated i by Booker T Washington U now forft'I
that the Fashion Panorama and feetded by Dr. Frederick D. Pat-
Dance should be the: roost colorful tenon, former president" of Tus-
and kupiring inter-oontinen- kt'ft'Il"' Institute Its board of directors .
tai event in the world of fashion beasts some of the most
-- --- ---- --- cf sucrcsful Negro business
the cy MCami has everMia men lathe
Jackie Robinson., ex-baseball w. aessrd. country. Lt4i'

executive with I ,, ._. .. ,,d.I +
great and now an '''"" .., ; ';"'.. """ Miami "ith its booming Negro w
I ..
Chock Full O Nuts, win be honored V population has tang been considered
by the Miami NAACP here a vital location for a live
Tuesday night with a testimonial aggrrariw chapter. Many businessmen
dinner at the dub Ml in the area haw already

fighter for signed up as charter members' of
Robinson staunch
a I
the Miami .
chapter. AH businessmen
is here participating
the cause of right in ttoe Greater Miami area
In the Baseball Players
are invited to join the
Tournament at Miami 4 group.
Joining: fee js $10,
Springs Course. He will also remain ry
over to play in Ray Mlt- Fr further inormation contact "
chell's North and South tournament C Gaylord! flolle. Rudy Lertrity / '
next week. r or Garth C Reeves.
Milton >> ... famous TV star, --- -
has been invited to serve utoas1muta' 1
for the occasion York Designers for the event In. 11LI
c'ude Miss Mlttkent Taylor erf
Others scheduled to appear Include r i
Rob- New York Mrs. Cbarris Hilton ( : T..
Joe Louis. Surar Ray of Long bland. NY; Lou Borders _. .
Don New- --
cute Ulca.,Althea Junior GOllam. Larry The formerly Shakme of Tampa Ladies and owner Gents of WFDC disc Jockey* Ed Cook Bonded Collection Agency I
Doby, Hank Aaron from the Apparel Store in New and Blanche Callow*? help load a Carver YMCA Th Miami Times
ports world and the two famous stylist producer and director; York.of hur truck furnished by Atlas and Hart Super Market Then 'I'Iat 1
Billys of show business. Ecfcatln this Panorama.. Bordo was the Moving and Storaf. to him groceries WFDC started hammering away
and Daniels, along with Bern J first Negro to be elected preai+ and clothing to hungry about the pUsfit of the: workers
Payne win also be among tfc* Doris Jones talented dent of the Amalgamated Cloth. and distraught migrant farm Uj every half hour daily and "I
invited celebrities. Many other model and trainee of Tuakege Inc Workers of America. j borers in South Dade. The frees ing and can goods began to cloth'i
headliners have agreed to be apart Institute, will be featured in this of Jan 22-23 killed: off the I in. The situation remains critical
of the elaborate floor show beautiful candy carousel-of- For tickets and table retrra and itft thousands of the crvs-I and the collection stations I
that win follow the presentation fashion. Miss Jones U formerly a lions call PL, 1-1478. FR S-2400. grants stranded without will another wwt.- .
of the award to Jackie. I i Miami now lirioj in New FB I-1CM or FB J-3ML Collection stations were up Avatan motor


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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Saunders, president' Pernell Miller -, .. .. :.; .".

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1960AlongFreedom'sjtoad 1
Carver Ranches Elementarypresents
a Night Under The Stars
Feb. 18. from 8:30 to 12. Music L. rTYi

by W. C. Baker, sponsored by
I } the Carver Ranches PTA. Semi- .AIYt -INTMlAt.t
formal attire Admission $1.00. i I

... .. ... By Owner 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
u.... ..." ... -- - ---- Property OX 1.7959 N.W.

Taring the rising sun of let anyone tell you that half a Must Register AgainDade
new day begun, let us march onI I] loaf is better than none at all because 'property crners must i
till victory is won" are rousing, it isnt. Freedom and equality regirter this year if they want to
word of freedom, words written under the lye is not something vote en bond issues in May. I FRIDAY TUESDAY
years ago by Junes Weldon belonging Just to white I I The capital improvement' bond i
Johnson, and contained In the people, or to northerners, or issues will be presented at the
wonderful song "Life Every westerners, or people with blue May 3 Democratic primary or et.H";; ct .J-/
Yoke and Sing.It should be a eyes, it belongs to every ctlzen of May 24 runoff. J j
pleasant duty for all of us to read the United States. And Negroesare The books opened yesterdayat I
the inspiring words of thin hymnof citizens. It is a blot upon the the central registrar's office
faith and freedom' once again good name of America that Negroes 118 W. Flagler St., and will remain lJliLAINIRi'J
on the eve of the 1960 Dade must buy their freedom open) through April 1.
NAACP Membership Campaign. twice. Once through slavery and On Feb. 15 branch offices will
now by trying to throw off the open at 37 other sites. I J ct) COMES ALIVE! l

I960 CAMPAIGN chains of segregation. BS ttfBSSSEStftUtBtBFfnBtfSRAir J J ;

From all reports' this membership No you are not really tree Cendltlenee' J
drive Is colD to top an and neither am I as long as one JJSMASH
others ever held in this area, according American citizen is refused his CAPITOLTHEATRE 10
to advance news from the bask rights under the Constitution -
branches In Dade County. Florida of our country. Think about HIT
Field Secretary Robert Saunders this, and when a campaign worker SONGS I
has already been in Miami approaches you do not hesi tAT. MIDNITE
several times recently to set in tate. Join up with the NAACP SUN. MON., TUES.. WED. Jf1JI
motion the mechanics of the to obtain .
campaign and begin actively working FEB 15 15 1. 17 1
and he is most enthusiastic your full freedom. J
ever the orecamnalra response I My Name is ToxiPlua .
he has received.:The 1990 'W.Itn.fi

membership drive the will be a concerted Broward I "Cowboy"With M1 UJ[ !....__ III'" == .Y-.....- c.-tC...
effort all LW
branches in Dade on all part working of Glenn FordRITZ flU rotA_ if ale(11.3 ru I!:." ... u.. .::.
toward the same goal of S.OOC County a
members and $15.000 in Freedom PLUS -

Fund. money for this area. New .
It would seem that not much
effort would be required to "sell ByWalter
freedom' or first class citizenship! i.r"
but the unfortunate truth is that flews i
these two basic things are anxati .
the hardest items to persuade the .-.. BUNCHETHEATRES RIVERSEDGE .;:
majority of people to buy. ItIft'mS
The C. W. H Chamber of Commerce
that this is even more
here In the Miami areaawhere will meet next Monday :
Feb. IS at 8:30 All membersare )
pjn. I
are better (by Now Showing
cmrrerison asked to be present at the
) that they are in Mississippi
Carver Lounge Motel at the corner -
are lulled or into Alabama.a false Perhaps sense we of of 44th ave and 23rd st J. T Mightiest motion picture 1 I 1 i '

security and have the Illusion Dunn, president. ever created! .. .
that we have all the freedom we Il,
Central BTU is having a talent mwoK '
want or need in this area. "SOLOMONAND a oa.esa"a...
program at 8 pin. Sunday Feb. CINEMASCOpE+ t,.LIU
ARE YOU FREE 14 through the BTU hour. We art r
asking each parent to come with SHEBA"
If you are laboring under this their children.: Our new theme
delusion that everything is Just song is "God's Got The Whole Yul
u you wish it to be here In Mi World in His Hands. We are Brynner /
ami. I suggest that you ask yourself looking to see all of our people. Gina Lollobrif STARTS WEDNESDAY
the following questions. Mrs. E. J. Clark is president,
Can I live in any area I wish, and Rev E. J. Clark, pastor. George Sanders CURT JURGtNS riSM""")

or can I buy any house I can af- f __ ..__ ...
tent? The South Dro rard Progressive MITT
Can I obtain any Job for which Investors and Savings Club will Prices MAY
I am qualified or is there always meet Wednesday Feb. 17 at the w _Icaotl
that subtle for most times, not so home of Roosevelt Buddy Adults ................ $1.00 .. h.

subtle) brush-off because of my Walker at the corner of 44th ave Students ............. .. 75c

cater Can! I the and 24th It.. Carver Ranches Children .. ....... SOc
Join union of my All members are asked to bepresent .
choice where men of my profession at 830 pin James ......--
are Joined together to obtain
better worklnr conditions
and better pay or does my color oct g
have anything to do with most Sunlight School of
southern unions not taking me 1&
to their membership?

Can I be assured that I will Beauty CultureIS PLUS -
state treatment of the by south the courts? in every NOW OFFERING A A MIN'S PICTURE .t."f TWT WOMCV 1 invt! !

Can I travel by any means ol SIX WEEKS ADVANCED COURSE IN
transsportatlon to any place I
wish to go in the south? Contour Hair Shaping ,
Can I go swimming or play tennis Hair '
or have a picnic with my family : I '
In any public park I want togo Basic and High Fashion ,,
in the south?
Can I send my children to the, Hair Coloring : I
school of their choice or whArethey THE -
can receive the type of FEATURING I STUNCtSTOlT .
ucation they want? : I I OF r
If you can give positive ed-I F; Mrs. Ella MoncurHair i10E0NPATCH.
to these questions, you are
You don't need the NAACP; you StylistDemonstrator .., -
don't need to Join up and work r and I 4 TiIE MAN i
with others for something you KIUYIOANOTMl
already have. U you can look in Beauty Consultant I t
the mirror and say "I am a free v
For Lester's ucin
man." or "I am a free woman Beauty II
and have everything I want from Product I I THEY
life, from my country and from SNARED!
the state in which I live. then Classes Begin I gI
I say that maybe you don't needto I Mir
take out a membership during Feb. 15
I960 in I
the campaign Miami

HALF'FREE 18 NOT ENOUGHBut Mon and Tuee. Evenings
I 3a until t.::00 I I
be merely honest with your-
W.dnnd.y-e a.m. te noon
self. Look about and see condi'
tions. Look about and see the I II
destructions for you because of COMPLETE SIX WEEKS COURSE $100.06 I

your skin color. Look over the $25.00 Down Terms Arranged I ,, .
continuing segregated pattern of wens IHKMI '" i.
i sun 1+
living here in the south. Don't Certificate awarded at completion of study

Call FR 4-9998, NE 5-2821 or mail in coupon below I c\ 'THE WRECK

NEED CASH I am Intereatod .In the new advanced slxweek course you are oner
of THE
In.. I am a ( ) Operator ( ) Shopowner ( ) Teacher.
$25 to $600 ,

CALL PL3653 NAME _.- ._... ; .S:M MARY DEARE111111I ,

6105 N.W. 7th A**. CITY ......................_._..___.__.... PHONE __..__ .....

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Ticket Location For doa $1.23. $1.0 at the door.
Patronize this affair and help
Former Martin Singer us to build a much-needed blf
College Teacher Heads Biggest gee Mt. Tabor.

I Chain Produced by Largest Working Concert Mrs. A. L. Powell is chairman
of Ways and Means Committee
Chit Chat Ticket for the Roberta MartinSingers
Sunlight -
Rer. P. S. Brown, pastor. F28
Newspaper Family can DOW be purchased at
By PHIL HUBERT the following locations: --
and one cf the few newsmen to Downtown: are: BarMey Out
Interview" Italic Selassie of Ethio- Rate Sundry Store 1201 NW Srd JABBERWOCK
pia. When the Moton CommIssion Congratulations to all craduates are, Thomas DIM at the Council
went to Haiti In 1931. Carl who received their licenses In the for the Blind 470 NW Ilth at., Monday February 29
Murphy went along and gave the month of January and may you Negro Precinct Police. Station ,
wcrld the only full detailed report always remember the instructions fuse 6th are. entrance: ), and
of that history-making" event at Sunlight In your daily Pearl's Grocery Store 1201 NW B. T. W. Auditorium
When the Afro-Asian Conference work. 2nd are.
was held In Bandun. the Afro.
was represented. In February Welcome to all new students: Liberty Ctty: Mt Tabor Baptist -- --
a),1959. the Afro Editor went to Mrs Mary Rudolph Cynthia Gordon Church 1701 NW 17th are. between
the hours of 730 to 10 LOTS FOR SALE
Cuba to fet first hand stories Mrs. Millie )Marks and yours
I' and pictures when Fidel Castro's truly. pm. (use Near" Super Corns 110 z 110
Brownsrflle: Market
Revolutionary forces overthrew
the government of Fulgencio Ba, Mrs. J. Alexander and E.'Jackton 4S23 NW 27th are.Richmond BuBd on your lot

tista: I have put forth great effort Ifelghtr Frank C. or man.
to entertain us at Sunlight Martin Elementary &booL For
Carl Murphy president and Highlights of the Friday morning any Information relatives to the W. take care of financing
chairman' of the Beard of Directors concert call CX 5-0771.
the fashion shows
Is the guiding spirit of the were the charming Mrs. Charlie PetTinet Mrs. Coretha fillips, i NO MONEY DOWN
huge operation. Personally dlrec- 10210 SW I
121st st
Hodges Gladys Tunstall
t ng operation, he Is fondly Cuba and Miriam Robinson.I Homestead Sweeting Beauty Cash paid for your Iota or
kn,'iwn as "Mr. CarP by all em- Parlor and fete1 Cafe. homeSEYMOUR
r t:-yees. I I Mrs. Willie M. Jackson repre-" West Hollywood Molasse
seated' Georgia In "The Parade Beauty Shop. 2909 8W 20th St. BARON
Four reneratk of the Mur- Her hair style was The dies Sunday. Feb. 29 at S o'clock lathe
t'y: family and second and third
of States' and Hair Style Show.Pant" bit day to hear the famous JE 81340
Dr. Carl Murphy has headedthe generations of other longtime employees designed' by Mrs Minnie Martin Sincere. The place is the
are employed In the main Licensed and lnwr4 lulltfeeDon't
venerable old newspaper Hall.I County Auditorium, 2901
chain, the office plant and In the four asociate -: W Flatter St. Advance adxnls- 1
Afro-American offices. I I On Thursday, Jan. 21, the folI -
for 41 years. I I lowing students were guests at
Founded by his father. John Nearly 200 other employees" work. the Children's Home In Kendallto
H. Murphy Sr. In ta 2. 87 years night and day shifts, seven' days give various coiffeures to the
a co. today the Afro, published In Lose Your Driver's License
I a week to produce the Afro little teensters. Mrs. J. Alexander,
Baltimore. Mr. I. the world's from" beginning' to end. I|. president; C;. Arnold vice president -
largest weekly newspaper haln.1 The Baltimore plant houses ; W Duncombe treasurer; AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE FOR EVERYONE
It include separate- mechanical advertising circulation I Mrs P Hibbert Mrs L. Bannis
Baltimore. Washington' Newark! and administrative depart tee Mrs M. mil a Dickinson EASY TIME PAYMENTS
Richmond Va. and Philadelphia. ments. accompanied by Mrs. D. Brown,

Fifteen. different editions of the. No part of the Afro Is farmed' Iftltruf'ter.IIlppy SR-22 FILINGS
Afro are distributed each week out for processing.

t In every state of the Union and I'' Tn lOSS Mr Murphy receivedthe all and remeirber.Valentine's: "there Day to is re adestiny SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY

seven fereien countries. 40th Spfrtfarn Medal, awarded that makes us brothers;
The befnninrs were humble.' annually by the NAACP to in his alonr
none gres way All that
The elder Mr Murphy was in theerhitewashtng American for distinguished service we send 'Into the lives of others. 631 N.W. 36th St. PL 9-5284
business when he The citation ff'adnoth u back "
cccnes : Into our own. -Edwin
and William! Alexander a church a newspaper publisher and an Markham. 6
member benn printlnf a Sun- enlightened dtlrrn. Mr Murphyhas .
div .-. --- -
School paper In hb basement been an ardent uncompro- .
Gradually) the 4-pare sheet m'sln advocate rf freedom and
grew until It 'Included: about-town equality In the best American
For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
pews and then features of national tradition t* advance the cair e of
Interest human rirhts and V beat back
Mr. Mur->irs ten children. the evil force of bigotry.
five boys and five girls, helped In
off hours from teachinf' school 1; TToncred as a dlstinrilfhed BONDED COLLECTION
I and other occupations later when Jmirnalitt! Mr Mumht receivedan <
the Afro was managed solely by honorary U.n. degree from
Mr Murphy. IlJftMln fl il university A 23rd
In 1918 Carl left his 9-year Dr eye Active Mason he received -
pest at Germnn. ,instructor at the Outstanding Scott! h RiteM
ITnward University and Joined his ..enlc Award ef the Year In AGENCY Inc.
father and family to help build 1954.j ,
a rreater Afro. j lie. was elected president. of the' ,
The new era of the Arm also Vnt. !,,ri.l Vewtt*T er Publishers|
saw drs fat, brothers. Daniel AoHatrn!' hi 1954 and awarded.
and Gerre. both u w deceased.t the National Urban League
John and Arnett taking part In Teamwork citation the same
I t
the tmhM.hn,! circulation* firm as heads administrative omohsnkst. -*. .yearTnternational. The largest collection and rental

rerr\rnition of
and advertising depart'
mints.p ;; the Afro came In 19S2 when Mr agency in the South; operating in I
j Murphy" represented the United \
At the helm when his father. _
died! In 19)2 Carl was a dynamic late government at the Inauguration I Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
Intf'taUnb'f' worker stilled In of the president of Lfberila -
news' writing and In DoueaV of and he received the rank of
|Cvnmander Order of the Star Housing
uncanny a"*mlni trstlve ability areas
The. Afro rraduallv moved Into I Africa ).fMl row'1 I. Liberia I
flirt nt.re 'In Influence bosh In I lof Both In 1949 and 1931. Mr.
Murphy received' the omega IM
the Baltmwe area as well as L L. BROOKS Prt.ld.nt
alone the Eastern' Seaboard as Phi fraternity Achievement
I Award. A life member" of the
Carl ruWed tt Into a powerful
JournsHitic champlen of civil 1 NAACP. he revived the Baltlmor MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
branch of the organization
rt.hts. In 1915 and serves on the local 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

Afro comT'oM' are on the *v.rd ef H'reHors' at well as the BROWARD COUNTIES
woe In wiry" malor news event;' Vat!on,l Board tI Directors. He
Durtne WorM War TT thev were Is a member Alpha Phi At! scattered around the clobe to j fraternity and was one of thee
brine frwt-ww overate to the; rly e'tt'ns f of Its magazine _
Afrrfis 155 ono readers An Afro ""' Sphinx. I
man was the only colored reporter Mr Murohy's hobby Is gar-
: preeit. at the cormjitlon..dening. fishing and his family
of King George" VI of England which includes 18 tn Ckhlldrel1.I CY, INC.r .
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1110 N.W. 71rd ST. ........, PL ...., a 1011 N.Wh ST.

J441 GRAND AVE. _......., HI 4-1447 Ft. LSVdsrdal.rte. JA 4.MI7
1520 N.W. 62nd Street
<4240 N.W. 27th AVI. NS l-..44. e all HAMMONDVILLS RD.

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Fresh Meat-Low Prkes MAIN OFFICE

I 1163 N.W.: 3rd Avenue. FR 3-8416 \

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Airline & Steamship Tickets Cost WO, MORE When Purcfcfserf At KOITH'S TRAVEL BUREAU

1104 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 9.6779 WE DELIVER .

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY: 13, 1960 Northwestern PTA ,Bethune-Cookman In

( JUST BROWSIN' Celebrate ? Four Concerts Here

Day I rrbe nationally famous Bethune
x OCs CyOOO S O- The regular 'meeting of the Cootonan College Concert Chorale -
Some very Interesting evidence Northwestern High School PTA will make four appearances
is helot heard in Circuit Court, wilt be held on.Hobday night in in Miami on Sunday.
Judge Ray Pearson presiding the school's cafetorjian. The At 11 am. they -will appear at
.- .- -== : ::.: =- that of Sunny Isle
:; :: One case is a program tor evening will featurea Ebenezer Methodist Church, NW
"' ., hotel owner, who saM he fare Founders' Day program I 3rd are. and 11th It. At 330 pia.
John Gautier $1,000in
om. at 11tt Ii.W.Aird Avmtl 4, Fl r da-Phene FR 1.121. tax assessor You are urged' to purchase tickets the 35-voice group will sing at
cash and was asked to contribute -
Plant at IT** H.W. tlth Avanx-f n.ne OX 1.0421 toward Gautiert for the musical extravagaata the Mt. Zion Baptist Church NW
$10,000 in 1936.This To be held on Feb. 18. Adsni- 9th rt. and 3rd nee At 730 pjn
H. 1IOISMUMD" RIEVES. Editor campaign expenses sion $1.00.Ant.bcny, they will appear at the White
.art* t. ...+vea, Managing Editor and 8u.I"... Manager man's tax bill was reduced Simon Js president of Temple Methodist Church.
$25.000 In 1958.
.. by the PTA and S. O. Cohen, princi see and hear theg ofbtep-flt
accusation ri-
Gautier calls the
1K.wwb.v ect t0. Associated Nero ..**. paL The dty will get a chance to
diculous. lie bad no opposition in
.. see and hear them from: to 930
>sa.dboe < **. National JTewvpsicw 1 rnbUh. .AatoeUUon 1958. Sunday morning over Channel 7

on the Council of Churches
........ .. .....d ClaM Mauve Angwt f. 107 at u.. Post Offk Things do not seem to be what cast. tele-
at M.... Florida under UM act ., Mares .. 11176 they should be in our recreation 1
department Loy Morrow, whowas
recently appointed superintendent
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK evidently wants to clean R.EA-'L1Y Baptist Women to

up thin;*, so there .is. an investigation Meet in Lauderdale
When Americans visit Russia it could be mostly going oft. Morrow charges 2 Houses 1 Lot
the Russians visit America he could save the city 110.000 by
curiosity, sightseeing The Woman's Convention
eliminating "made work and Inefficiency Home and Income
they take in all such things plus some others, businessfor ." auxiliary to the Florida East
Reasonable terms. We have
instance. They also tell how powerful Russia Is and The auditors are checking the Coast Baptist Association will
a large selection of income hold Its annual session ki the
department's records.' We will be
how peaceful she be with
can a First Baptist Church 1100 NW
looking for the report However property. Tell ua what you
Russia in the not distant future will be sending 10,- Morrow has been fired. want. Live rent free. 4th St. Feb. 1721.
Messengers and visitors
000 cars for the United States market. That's good. How. now making ready to attend this are
The City Parks Director James
we are not sure of the number of America cars now being Hilton said the charges are un Liberty City session which, from reports com
exported to Russia. founded. lag into office headquarters r rWsurpaet
The budget Morrow is criticizing $995 Down aU previous meetings.
Russia has sent her rattelite to the moon. We are so bitterly .is. only a proposed New 3-bedroom CBS. Move This optimistic outlook is voiced
still trying. There is so much difference of opinion about budget which he made up right in. Best location. EZterms. by the leaders because of the
our missile strength, etc. What is interesting is the himself." great potentials in Ft Lauderdaleand "
I I See this. Don't pay the dedicated leaders making
difference of opinion between the officials responsible They tell Your Browser thatthe rent. up the roster of the co ftnUoa.

President Eisenhower made a visit to our important t Dog Track authorities hare According to the devoted and

Cape Canaveral base on Wednesday. It lasted just about t decided to let down the barrier efficient president Mrs. A. O.
so that Negroes could attend the Near 54th St. Parker of Cocoa.: Fla. the delegation
three hours but let us hope that from this short visit will
dog races. This might be a step $995 Down b expected to be the largest
come some definite agreement between the President the fcrward. looking at It from one Beautiful in the history due to the many
Congress and those officials who are at present looking standpoint but in the opinion of new 3 bedroom, 2 feature of state and national interest -

in different directions as far as the missile strength another d Your Browser." It could do harm bath CBS home in nice quiet Glowing reports will be
to our already limited pocket- neighborhood. Small de heard from district state and
most important issues are concerned.We bonks. national leaders, giving a mume'of
posit will hold this till clos
hear or read about the United States being or Negroes In Tampa, Daytona and Baptist leadership and promo
West ing. Balance like rent. Own tion the world.
Palm Beach hare for sometime throughout High
becoming second rate nation. We shouldn't
a harp on been attending dog races. your home. on their list of speakers will be
that too much. I think it was Hitler who said "If you tell .. the annual address of the president -

& lie and keep on telling it, people will believe It." A Senate subcommittee. Senator of the conention Mrs.
The United States has the capacity and the brain*I Thomas C. Hennlngs (D Mo.) Opa Locka Parker" Dr. It. W. Puryear' president .-
opened' hearings of the Florida Normal and
on Wednesday
to remain in top spot in the world if she her best $495 Down $82.50 Month
can get in the main courtroom of the Industrial Memorial' College, St
brains to agree and strive to preserve what she now pos main Poet Office building. New and lovely 3 bedroom Augustine, and the ministers who
sesses. The committee is making across CBS home. Only one left. will bring the spiritual messages

country tour trying to find Better hurry. Call now for dally
out how Juvenile delinquency is'!, All messengers and visitors win
Dade County farmers are raving mad because Wendell being handled They' want to I appointment to aee. be inspired by the Youth Program
Rollason of the Inter-American Affairs Commission know all about the Juvenile --- which will culminate witha
court Federal. State and County West baby parade led by the DU-
told the County Commission about the bad treatment ml officials will testify They' are also Hollywood lard High School band.

grant workers were getting. Interested In narcotics, etc. $495 Down According: to the pastor of the

John Frederick Dade Gorgeous new bedroom, hart church a glowing and warmwrkxme
president of County's Bureau Miss Ann Tannyhill. director awaits each person. The
declares that Rollason is lying and that the bureau wants of Vocational Services of the National 2 bath on large lot near Board of directors headed by the

a hearing before the commission. Urban Leeague, spent several school, shopping and b,u. president will be on hand to
days In our" city to observe Move right in, balance greet the delegationIMMEY'S ,
The migrants have been hit by weather and unem our TtmorrowSdfftUsts Technicians like
ployment (conditions and Dade Countians and the Federal program carried on I in rent. Give your familythe --

Government have been supplying food and other necemi. our schools She visited Mays best Call us.
High Carver Booker" T Washington -
ties for them. TOOTHACHE
North Dade Jr. High and
Northwestern Senior High Schools ;:; :

Dade County's Metropolitan Commission will purchase I. TannjrhUl On Thursday met with afternoon the Greater Miss BRIGHT REALTYPL == .w wroN w t..sea ao t wi a

four privately-owned water systems for the sum of Miami Urban League and dlicuwd t+ M1 te

$5.700,000 but they do not intend levying a tax to raise the the TST program 74456 283 NW 79th St.best w.ORA'JEL'

money. Metro will give its water and sewer bonds in pay 1'1teCl"Nter Miami Urban
League.. the this .
ment. The corporations owning the water systems will also of a $20 prize offered for the year I

purchase another 11.400,000 In bonds so as to provide op TST program I

erating funds for the county. County Manager O. W. B. M lOndman is chairman of
Campbell said the water the League's TST committee and CUT-KATE STOKE
companies assets have been ap IL A. Wheatley' Its director.

praised at 6722599. The four companies are: Consum The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

ers Water Co.. Key Biscayne Water Co., Estates Water Personal Meniton

Co., and Oakridge Utilities Co. They are owned by the Mrs. Gay McGauley and Mrs. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

General Waterworks Corporation of Philadelphia.Dade Lorene Simmons have returned The finest products at Cut Rate Prices

.o their home In Cleveland after Gifts CMmttks Patent Medicine > Fountain Sedaa

County is an important part of the state of pending ful city While ten days here in our they beauti were Tweed Celogne ..._ 1..$' Cashmere Bouquet

Florida and Miami is a very important city in Dade Coun the guests of Mr and Mrs Arthur Madam Walker Letlen ... .- .2*

ty. Thousands and thousands of visitors flock here annually I Dixon and Mr and Mrs. Jknmie Ointment. .____...... .SO SSS Tank _. 1AS *-*$
and hundreds of them remain. I Robinscn at their homes in Opa P.*"... BergantMt Father John _. .7S US
I Locks Mrs. McCauley and Mrs. Hair Dressing ..__ .II Swamp ANt h_ JS 14S
Our Metro Manager, O. W. Campbell, who hall Simmons report a most enjoyablevisit Lona-ld HairDressing CardHl ,....... .......... 1.21
from California, says he is getting, all set now, and Metrois particularly the sunshine ..?.?-,-? 1.00 Syrup of Black Draught .St

progressing. I OPEN DAILY A SUNDAYS A.M.e 10 P.M.
MU Shirley Jean
The City of Miami is a bit unsettled at present We Daughter' of Mr and Thompson.Mrs Geo. JOHN A McMINN, Owner

had a good city manager but he has become a banker, Thomson of 1931 NW 151st st,
and his position is still vacant Opa Locka. has received her dinktna .
in secretarial
There were 44 applicants. 19 were dropped and it from Columbia Institute training Taylor

was thought selection would be made from the remain: School Philadelphia. SheLa a BEST BUY IN MAMIIf

ing 25, but 25 more came. Now we understand there are traduste of Northwestern High
School class cf 57 you have $1,500 aa down payment we can put
60 candidates one of them, vice president of New York: you

University. The salary (attached to this office is $22,500, Mrs James A. (Hester) Kinard in one of the finest homes in MiamL Lovely large

plus $2,500 for expenses. returned to New York by EAL CBS home with large beautiful Florida Room, very

Who said Miami not a very important city? Tuesday after being at the bedside large Cuban tiled front porch, storm awnings and
of her
mother. Mrs Luther chain link fenced
yard, furnished $13,500, or unfur-
Write, 16231 NW 18th a ve. O>.
Locks Mrs Kinard had to be nished 12500. Balance like rent at 3046 NW 59th
rushed back to t'On1pl"ebuDdlft& at. open all day Sunday.

her summer home on a 10 acre
Used TV's $19.95Authorized hniside In Clinton Comer N.Y. $495 DOWNOnly
hopes to use it as a retirement
hobby. $75 per month. This U a real nice house on a
Service oa Ail Make ofTranslator
large lot. 175 NW 59th St. Open all day Sunday for
AU members of Morehouse your inspection.
TV Club your presence is requested
at the Carver Branch Y on Sun. GOODMAN'S
321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589 du', Feb, 14 at 6 pm. Come out REAL ESTATE

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Morticians Board 15-lftth with the Keystone State
i Funeral Directors as host.

60'Y' Membership I l o meet Mere After three or tour days In Miami .
the many members and their
of the
Tile .board of Directors families will go to Nassau when
NaUuial ilmcral Directors and
they will be entertained by the
Morticians Association will meet President of the Bahamas Funeral .

In Miami at the Sir John lioUl. Directors Association, Mr.

Your BusinessThe April 1819. Raleigh I. Butler and members.
Drive They will be the guests of the There will be sightseeing tours
Florida Morticians Association fishing! swimming boating etc.

I headed by Oscar Hlllman, and R. H. Halle president Camden

1960 Membership Enrollment dore Blue George KBpatridc, and Mr. D. H. Dobbs. Roger Williams. many social events are being S.c., will head the delegate of

for the George Washington Harry A. Smith E. N. Taylor, I planned to entertain the visiting officers; Malverse H. Mack of
New York
Carver Branch YMCA wu offlCA Alexander Mackay, Willie Parker, funeral directors. City is chairman Wil
*:y launched with a dinner enjoyed Eugene Kemp Dr. Edward Bray- The drive for the YMCA to obtain The board Is composed of 150 liam vice W Beckett, Louisville Ky.
Miss Helen M. DorsetL Dr. members' U everybody's business chairman. Perry J. Brown
by the scores of volunteer ncn. funeral directors representing all
of George Simpson Arlington Sands Please make it yours!! Greensboro, N.C secretary, and
workers under the leadership of the states In the union. One of Rcbert H. Miller, Chicago, Bl,
Mrs M. Alhalie Range and Her. the main topics of discussion will reneral secretary.

Henry C. McDowell on Monday be the 23rd annual convention to -- '-
Feb. 1. The foal is 800 MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
evening be held this year in Pittsburgh,
additional members and the at the Penn-Sheraton Hotel Au,. Advertine It Pays!
theme IS "Build for TomorrowJoin PAGE 6 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1960
Your TT Today."

The Breezeway of the Carver Highland 4.?OtS Fro. ConsultationSOUTHERN
Branch a United Fund Agency,
For League
looked Uke Kant Arthur's Court. Registration CLINIC

Although the table wu not round FAMU Extension Officer VisitsMiss
the project which those presenthad Urinary and Chronic DiseasesHours

at hand mas equally u im- Registration for the second semester
Ann Tanneyhill vocational -
I 10.4 2S4T CORAL
portant as the knights txulness. of Florida A and M Extension services director of the National

The Carver Branch will be classes will be held on Urban League will viiit I tvo. by Apt. (Ntfar 27th Av,.)
c: mpetlng against five other Saturday morning, Feb. IS at Miami the week of February 7.
branches while the eight teams. Becker T Washington High She is one of the leading authori Closed Wed. But No. 4 to door
within the branch will be competing
School 1200 NW 6th ave. Class ties in the National Urban
against each other to set. rolls will be completed betweenthe Learrue's recently launched program -
which will f'tbe' largest enrollment
hours of. and 11 clock. called -Tomorrow's Scientists -
Workers in the enroll Classes will be closed to enrollment and Technicians. This is a
ment include: after 11 o'clock on Saturday
nationwide youth incentives program -'

Mrs. Maydell Braynon Mrs. Henriette, )IrS. morning.Classes will begin on Feb. IS. capable to and search talented for and youth discover who I I YALE S. LUNIN CLINIC
Lugusta Colston,
Feet ($900 per credit hour) have high potential ability for
Hart Miss Melzie Elliott, Mrs. will be collected after the first
Andel Mrs. Mlllicent careers as professional workers Hours 10 a.m. 1 p.m.
two weeks of das attendance. and technicians in scientific
Wilson Mrs. Dora Patterson Fees will be collected only
fields, and to provide them with
Miss Bettye Jenkins Mrs. Ange- tram individuals who have attended adult encouragement, guidanceand Evening 5 p.m. 8 p.nu-Closed Tuesday
nora Paschal Mrs. Rowena Sutton -
at least two class session assistance
to help them reach
Mrs L. E. Thomas Mrs. Any undergraduate course for
I their maximum potential. Take bus No. 14
Sallie Dudley Mrs. Earnestine which at least IS persona wish to
Davis Mrs. Virlyn Sutherland I
enroll will be offered.
2237 N.W.
62nd Street
Mrs M. J. Davis Mrs. Willie Mae OX 1.1801
Parks Mrs. Vashtl Morris Mrs. TENTATIVE CLASSES Don't Fret Fight!
Ruth Williams. Mrs. Portia Ban
nister and Sylvester Thompson' : Art (2 hours); music (2 hours);
Join The NAACP
working with Mrs. Athalle Rang children's literature (I hours);
Workers In Rev. Henry C.! educational psychology (I hours);
McDowell division are Rev elementary science' (I !:hours;
Richard DeVeaux. Clinton Williams I health (I hours); reading (I CONSOLIDATE YOUR RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
Willis Frank hours). BILLS
Woodard. Dennis Thomas Paul A graduate course in one of W. Rfinane Your Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins

Joceph. Walter Tanner. Samuel the following areas may be offered Mortgages Effect..,v Dalnleas. non.surgical office treatment at low cost-

Stephen Prince Culmer John if at least 2S people ask for N* Payments Until March no loss time, or 'nco", .. Avoid surgery and hoopltallzatlon. Why

Anderson Louis Jackson, David same.Supervision (elementary school N* Balloons..er aa low aa wear truss? Why suffer, delay and get weroefCONSULTATION
Bethel. Kennedy Mumford. KingS
ft,000 til Month
Rankin James Randolph L. I or supervision (secondary school S FREE
12JDOQ |2i Month
administration school .
D Kennedy. Solomon Barrett, or administration elementary, secondary 11.000 WO Month Special ", medication treatments diets foe arthritis neuritis, ul.eera. .
Franklin Clark Dave Boon, MIAMI NATIONAL bleed ....
Willard Tolliver. Edward Smith For further information please .re. sinus anemia loot wigs. chronic diseases
contact the director at PL 9-2717. MORTGAGEFR .f men and women.
Hbeneier Edwards, Fred Morle'1'1R ,
Wright Harry A. Wheat- 3-5446 JE 2-2622 DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING
ley John Dillard, Frank Jones,r i Mombor Chamber ofCommorso I
C:.fford Matthews, Herbert Day I JABBERWOCKB. 21 8.W. 11th Ave, PR I.2MS A General Health ServiceYOUR
Oscar Weaver Jrn Leonard I I

Walker Mrs Katie Taylor Alexander T. W. Auditorium I -- --

Brooks, Thomas Sanders I 6 _
Mrs Delorrs Cobb James MeFagdon -
Monday February
Albert Johnson Theo ,

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\ I f god can be aid for ;aorg and his activities.The NO MONEY
and ab u': our\ dai.y; newspapers. daily pacers are fine and
say th.s beeau'e I don't want serve their purpose by giving usa

\ou to feel that what I say about dally account of what is happening ,. -Ji '. '
mvfount relative" is said because around us. Because of the ; .

of Ul feeling toward thiswwymper. limited activities of minority take
) It is said that blood groups our papers are weekly mariy months to pay!

t,. UiM>k4T thanwater to if this is papers. However the papers -' : ''. '" \ '' .' ' .
true, then it is natural that I serve their purpose: of providing t
should he more in favor of my a service to the community buy oil thtr
first cotin.: The Miami Times or Our distant relatives not only
my s.and cousin, the Pittsburgh have more newsboy working forirtera.
Courier or even my third cousin. but with th* exception of you n The Johwon Publications (Jet, T b. Miami Times distribute '
Tony Tan. and Hue Magazine). more of our publications than we

The e are mv cksest relativesyour do. ;-vn0i :wwsoofh's
next of kin.
Our distant relatives eat the
I think it should disturb us all
meat off our tables. He servicesthe ofcfesf crec/t> Itoresf
that our family's children (the departftienf
beet outlets for our publications
colored! newsboys) are working and receives the red carpet f........................................ r
harder mere diligently and more
treatment from all. and for good
enthusiastically for their "distantrelatives' reasons (ycu know), Your cou- NAME . . . . . . .
than they
are working

for their next of kin, the Negro I(law distributing are new and in I the doubt business if any of ADDRESS. . . . . ... ... .. . / pan omd o fftero* OH-
newspapers. I cannot condemn or has tried
member of family
our '
even criticize thee boys. It baa distributing papers before. I do . ; t fttinf wilt, bf ptmttllor

been makes my more experience money working that one for know cones that that your your distant cousins relatives eat the ; How Ls.f U .......... . y uJoHBted fe uir.

ether people than he makes when lave on the plate. He must serve . '
he works for his family. However the outlets which are considerednot "

this need not be so. The Negro too favorable such as the do- .e.. ADDRESS. . . . . ., . s e NOJJEPTAPEHQPEUY I
newspapers pay to> commlasknafor I drop.ins, the what-chama-cal-
the sale of their papers and urns the thlng-er-ma-iUp. and : Ltd 2 Fleets w... Yea Here Craw :---
the same colored people who purr! the holes in toe wall which Have .
chase the dally paper should eel no red carpets : 1 . .
more at ease buying The Miami
Time The Pittsburgh Courier and William K. Dell explained all !: 2. . .
Jet Magazine, because these publications I that I'm trying to say. la his Jusf Say 'Charge ItMake

are concerned prtmarU71 book -15 Million Negroes and IS
bow be Billion Dollars.
with the Negro,

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Around Miami c I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1960 PAGE 1


r FORMER SLAVE explained. "If Will makes It to
-By DAVE (Mr. Basketball's
Swing) BONOU most famous team, his next birthday he gets' the
r---- C ai----a-: ---- the the Ilarlem Globetrotters and HAS 105thBIRTHDAY dollar. And be has one set aside
greatest woman for me If he's not around for the
player, Althea Gibson, invade
ABOUT OUR GUNS and what t..." Miami Beach Feb. 12 and 13 as I next one.
I* being done: Clyde Kilkns has I ; headliners of the greatest sportsspectacle DALLAS Will Scott celebrated been MAnd he's as spry as ever. He's
had the circul an printed; I have ever presented in that. his 105th birthday by doing a 87. winning ever since he was
had them put on the streets; mitted on green elevations. I territory. little dance and getting a silver '
Charles Hadlej, our Sepia Mayor tors will be denied cart ViOla-I I I Abe Saperstein's fabulous dollar from his postman eome* Scott, former slave who was
is now in the process of getting 9. Players starting before 7:30 -sports package combining bas thing has been getting for the secret born in for Alexandria La. by a
petitions made. Sir John owner, ajn. will not turn off sprinklers. ketball and tennis! is the most last 18 birthdays. a long healthy Ufa."Don"s
Sam Rabin, has asked for the 10. Please repair your putt sensational attraction on the winter The postman. Jade Gardner, pride.worry" and get shed of sinful -
privilege of beta; the tint sign .narks on the greens. I I' sports some drawing capacity: has been giving Scott silver dot
ture on the petition and when 11. Smooth your foot prints crowds in New York Chicago and lars on the elderly man's birthday -
you are approached, please sign and club prints in and traps. other eastern metropolitan cen ever since! Scott was 87. ( Why be Out of Style?
and save a life. Famous words: .I. 12. Enter and leave traps at ten. One of the reasons of He gives them with the understanding
The life you save may be yours"i the lowest level Please do not curse, is Miss Gibson, the tall, that when Scott Is Let us convert your double-
really applies here. I climb out. attractive tennis queen, who plays I no longer around to collect' the breast suit to a single breasted
I 13. Please be careful In removing -' pretty Karol Fageros of Miami in money there will be a silver dollar narrow lapeL $1up..
ANOTHER TRAFFIC count flag sticks: and in replacing a pre- ame match that has received left for Gardner Your Smiling Tailors 37 NW
down machine was put on 15th them so that cup rims will not be rave notices everywhere.Then -We have this friendly bet. We Jrd Ave. Reuben' Hepburn, Prop.
ave. north and south, to see If! a brdt n. After removal, please lay.down of the Globetrotters make It every year," the postman Indf I
course -
light is needed at gently, do not throw it |
this crucial .
dine en with their bag ofaagthcs : 1;:::' r'r->< = 'r'r'r'r'L"' .-::& r-> r
point. We haven't rotten the flJu" -I'if 14. Do not remove' ball -wash trkJu and
from city towels Please! do not them to'I'
engineers, but as, use
of clown
soon ale do, well kt you know clean clubs, bags or shoes. j MeadoAlark Lemon. Following prince FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE
15. No rain check' after completion .' the big show's recent
HEARD Oct Bill Klmbre ask of nine holes or If you to Madison Square before appearance 14,000
ed bartender Al Miller for a start in rain. rearing fans, the
screwdriver. All mixed the drink 18. The starter reserved" the hailed' as: JOHNSON OF MIAMI
and placed jt on the bar in front to make up foursomes. Please co Miss Gibson whose $100.000
of Bill. ''
Bill six, -No man a operate. salary makes her the highest,
screwdriver" so I can fix the or 17. From May 1 to Nov. 30 a, paid athlete in the ,.world malt
gan. green tee entitles a player to a,
or female says traveling with the
Dinners Parties Weddings
maximum of 18 holes. I Globetrotters in her greatest -
RAY MITCHELL'S rtN-South 19. Private property bordering| thrilL
Coif Tourney will brine a neap the course must be respected. "1 never enjoyed anything so Home Movies Baby Pictures a Specialty
of celebrities to our city ) Trespassers can be prosecuted.' much' Althea N.c.EYCJ'7
I nightit's
Monday Feb. IS. Included eomel!I 20. The manager or his repre & a barrel of fun
-and, oh,
swing contest' will be my boy J esentative are empowered to eject those big crowds' I just love 'em. 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294
(Brawn Bomber) Louis. a e k I any player in violation of any of

Don(Chick Full of Nuts- Robinson,, the above rules 3rd Anniversary .. .I ...... 1 \. "! 4.--o .-. ...,..., ..., -, ..,.
(Big Newt) NVnrcombe Jr. Golf is a sport for fun and re 4
(no pinochde playing) Gilliam. laxation. Show to your fellow I
Larry (rood deal) Doby, Teddy players the same considerationyou Toe third anniversary of Bethel
rr'l'anSctwo hours) Rhodes. expect yourself. Apostolic. Temple 2310 NW Nth
Charles The Champ) Slfford. + f!I St will be held Feb. 1521. You ..
Myrtle (Long Shot) Patterson, PRETTY GIRL OF THE Week: are cordially invited to attend
A'thea' Gfbson Richard Gardner, Bunny Scott Prttty Boy of these services. There will be a
Richard Roundtre, Zett Hart- The Week: Joe Louts (, ...rld guest speaker each night Come
field Tup Hclmes J.f0lJ (Coca champ) Pettcen+an.. of. the and help us thank God for Ills]
Cola) Kendrix. Duke Jenkins, week: Lees Williams .ocr.. .r,,vdness. ,i '4 %
Joe (Ilnmebov' ) Roach, Chris tary of the Wttk: Edna Clark D K. Akins pastor w
Jenkins, Mary' Minor and maybe t J. LeFkur. assistant
Billy: Erkitlne Lrmmer Carter, a PRETTY CHORINE Fay Dan .
nimromer to the golf set of Mi iels is back in town. She was --- --
ami, just might be the upsetter formerly with Larry Steele. Along I' Musical Extravaganza
of the rear Miss Carter hails with Fay is another pretty lass-
from Akron Ohio. And another Joan Fountain-.wow! !,t NORTHWESTERN PTA

surprise who is might be Chris Jenkins What is the difference betweena THURS., FEB. 18COMBS' .
representing Chris vision and a tight?? A vision
hits a 1 Ictig ball and might make --- -- --,
the going is something you think you have
golfers tourh for a lot of women seen a sk ht is Clarence Russell
who have found the in that red Jamaica calypso suit
pickings"South easy In the past North with yellow thong shoes. Man t

Tights, there Tourneys In the men's that's a sfcht 11 I Had a talk with
chance too might be some Sugar Ray and Jackie Ribinson.!
Sifford, Rhodes Joe Both Commented on banning of
a few I
Eurene Cl will see guns. Sex Sugar; Life Is too short
it is pp hit a ball In fact., -why shoot it away Jim I
dough rumored is that a Jot of heavy Reese Car ling Black Label Beer 943 N.W. 2nd Ave.
being put up on this!
representative, is doing such a R
boy I know
with him. if my money would be fine job on introducing Cartings Phone FR 3-9363 I
only I
Ernie some. Black Label to the Miami Mar,
Coach Everett. ken that the
Stew executive gave hima
Robert Jack 1960 Ford
to make his rounds
son are almost iJi
off with trophies.sure of walking in. This Is progress. Jim a Miami, e
boy has no trouble opening oenr
Ray Mitefcell \\A doing everything' accounts for Black Label because
pa sib> to make this the best he is well liked by everyone who
tourney yet Yo, Ill be in there know ate. So a special bouquet ,
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Just to play. Pm really not that Jim Reese Itavent seen It yet,
jood.' I }ust love the game Her but they tell me "),fy Fair Lady"
are vane rules of the Miami is a terrific show at Miami Beach "
Springs Golf Club that are not auditorium.. Itls there another .'
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MIAMI TIMES -- fclAMU FLORIDA -r Fifth Avenue! Church of Cod in Neon-ta GivesValentine
Christ celebrated SO years of marriage -

PAGE 8 SATURbAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1960 The final chapter of a beautiful on Feb. 2. Congratulations! TeaYou
energetic and prosperous pioneering
and your friends Invited
life was ended on Jan. THOUGHT
to the second annual Valentine
Mrs. Theresa Knowles af- To have what we want is riches,
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do without
"Mam but to be able to
fectknately referred to as I Social dub at the Youth
I ma T", was buried besides her power. Thanks to Mrs. Charles C. 314 NW 13th st Center
THIS and THAT Thekna secretary at Be- Feb.
e. husband, John, who passed two North ( ) SchooL 14 frcrn S to 7 pjn. A treat is In
Her daughter: Mrs. thune Elementary
r years ago. store for you, so come out and
.,.A- AYrA g.J. Collossle Evans was kmdlx re- help make this the best tea ever
membered during the sorrowing MiamiTuikegeeClub Mrs. Mildred
Monroe Is
There is a story told of a little the charming' teacher. period by the neb bona, old dent and Mrs. Alma Brown presi
girl who did not want to r> to Hannah friends, and fraternal groups. MeetsThe retary. sec
bed hen her mother told net Mrs. Smith Edwards' Mrs. Lois Lexzano granddaughter
to one night because she tttd mother js gravely W. We wish for and her son Carl came MIamI!-Tuskejee Alumni
aO.l\f'.in to do." Her mother her a ayeediTcoveiy.. from New York for the funeral. Club will hold a special' meeting NOTICE
unovrsiandingly. told her to fin. e They are still visiting here Saturday, Feb. 13 at 8 pm. at
ash tier thinking and then the Friend and former coworker the home of Mrs. Rosa Lee Brady There will be a Spiritual Tea
could .o to bed in a little while. of Mrs. Thekna Louise Greenare Principal Alese Gill and her 6645 NW 24th court. at the home of Mrs. J L. Dixon..
Later the mother asked the girl, delighted to hear that she is staff are to be congratulated for It is most" urgent that all JM NW 69th st, Sunday, Feb.!
"What were you thinking about, steadily improving. Mrs. Green the type of banquet given to dedicate members be present and on time. 14 from 4 pm. until. Come one
dear?" I is now vlstting relatives In the the Ullie C. Evans School I I J. Carl Capers presidentMrs. cone all Mrs. J. L. Dixon. spon
The little girl coofinded, "I Palm Beaches. which takes places WednesdayFeb. I I I I. C. Mickins, secretary nor.TVSICK.
wa thinking about gravity,I 24. The name of the schoolis I
mother, and 1 deckled that parity ,Miss Ruby Thomas (Miss Sigma a memorial to one of the great I d
is God right at the center of Gamma Rho) is back: at her woman in education religion and
the world that keeps the people teaching post at Northwestern. family life in America. She lives ?
right side up when the world la She was quite W for a abort time. en in the lives of the teachersand I.
upside down." pupils wno knew and worked

One of wryillustrious citizens, 'interest Private in enterprise public education manifests Its in Evans with her of the her State children DepartmentDr. JamesC Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Ak& *nder Brocks, received the I many ways. This is especially true George Evans now living in
distingufehed Silver Beaver Award of the theatre organizations in North Carolina, and her daughter SAME DAY SERVICE
for 2u or more years of unselfish our immediate community. Saturday Ruby Washington of the District
...v.ce: rendeted in the cause of : Feb. 2 the management of of Columbia.The ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
ll.y Scouting in America The the Capitol Theatre was host to following framed motto
aard *as presented by Judge teachers and administrators. The hung on the walls of her office:I Picture Tube
t.**ua M a rccogniUon banquet movie Toxic," was previewed.This "Education does not mean teaching Special
held at Mt. Zion UapUit Church. po pDt story depicted the children what they do not
The Mt Zion Church was an impact of ethnic groups on the know It means teaching them to' 17.inch-$22.95 21-1ach- _.15
III propr.ate setting for thatnvarut minds of children and the unfounded behave as they do not behave.
g WfVmwny. because It behavior patterns of It is not teaching the youth. the, aA VP-

ws in ute services! of this in church tereufi adults. shapes of the letters and the I SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night ..............._.. $2.SO
thai Air Brooks became This story has great implications tricks of number and then leaving
m txvuling. He is an ardent for those wbo are directly them to turn their arithmetic Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges
,ork'r h* the YMCA, and a charged with the slowly but surely I to roguery and their .
fancier-member ol the Sphinx transiury period in education."Toxie" means, on Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph
L.v.c Club. is one of the moving rur them into Utt'faturt'l. Record.
I All late hits. Speci.aJ-3 for '1.00
nia buatnoM. connections' are stories' about W"*, M War U. You fect exercise: and
wiui the FvderaJ Savings and must see itFebruary pence of their bodies and souls. It
two AMoctatfcm U Miami is a painful continual and difficult -
"..c* An article spotlighting 8. In the VIP room work to be done by kindness Radio & TV Co.
M ittouk aging in the pub- (very important place) of theMcDonald by Watching by Precept
iMMiw/n of Vic AsociaUon attests Fosters' home, a celeraticn and by Praise, but above aU -
to Me ht.h calibre of efficiency took place. It was Mr.: by Example. 939 N.W. 3rd Ave.
and kind regard be has ectabin rotter's birthday. His mother e
*mufl, leiJow workers for came from New York City for Oder and Mrs. Gamble, of the
UK W**' 17 >ean. Uus event She will be here for
I'era.eis recipients' of the Slier two weeks. Best wishes "Mack", .- -- -
rt+-ver Award are Dr. K. L. lor gocd luck and a wonderful
i'twar. L4tari L. Williams, prin- year.
e.pat ol BFW High School, Ar- .
tour Mil pioneer citizen of the Tnat Miamians are not un-
...uin, i>*de section.Uvn daunted by the rain is evidenced
oy the crowd which attended the
Mowers and their Cubs I /U.onquim Club Dance, Friday,
rove had v.".... I MA. evidence of this at I I Art Giles and his band were
1..lK"utlw Park ElementaryhciHxi. at their best Everyone had a
t iuab, h Pittinan. principal. 'i ball.
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dwo ol Florida I'agenda LLJy4trti
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and Industrial Manorial Coluge. life touched Mesdames Ina Black-
Si Augustine, attended' the shear, Mamie Kershaw, Charles ,
httnt Homecoming Celebration.uneiMrs and Harry Newton this writer ,
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THE INCARNATION Church of Transfiguration

Church School and Adult (Episcutalj
930: 2371 *.w. l: 2na Terr.
Bible Class
Solemn Sung Mass-_____ 10:43: Vcn. Junn h:. Cuuaer

EYC Meeting _________ 330: priest in charge
Evensong ____________ 730: Stanley Sweating. reporter
bcrvicea every Sunday
Meeting of the Saints Ann-' Morning Wwrmp ... m. ......... 930bundjy

1. Margaret Chapter of the Episcopal Scnool ...____..- 1030i :
'ito.c&tre Churchwomen of the Incarnation i
: at the home of Irma Anderson -j Zion Hope M. BaptistRev.

1783 NW 55th terrace. Paul Freeman pastor
Julie Clarke chslrmsn. Time:
,7lo N.W. win M.: and I7ta Ate
= 830: p.m. All women of the Opa
Lcka. Tuxedo Part Floral Park Sunday Scaoul 930:

and BrownsvUte!! areas are urged' Morning Service 11:00
to presentIt
I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA hey Aaron I). Hall pastor is Bszasr Tine!!! February I evening Service 7.-00
Ernestine 1. lUmbrtck. reporter 26 and 27th at the parish hall on (Tuesday night)

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 196CBAHA'I Sunday School ............. tie 17th ave and 69th st We are
Morning service ....... II\K. making ready for our annual bazaar. Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist
Evening service ........... 7.1)0; Do come and enjoy yourrelf.I .
ASSEMBLY ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. '|There will be food, drinks games 402 N.W. 2nd Ave.
The Bethune-Cookman College' Hsllandsle. Florida
etc! This event closes our gala
Mrs. France Baum rtDu, O. L. Hicks Associate pastor. Choir will appear in concert at time for the approaching solemn I Rev Benjamin Franklin. pastor
secretary of the Dade chapter, M. T. Copeland, reporter Ebenezer during the morning tessson of Lent Rev. C. E. MeCla,,. reporter

Florida Nurserymen and Growers Sunday School .................. ".3 0 I :.worship. The public to invited to Mrs Clarke Littles and Arthur Evening! Service PJa
School ..,.......... 930
will lead the discussion and hear this great choir Sunday -
Association Morning Worship ,,.. ... 11.00 I rune Blatch. co-chairmen.
... .._ 1100
at the Banal Center, In NW B. T. U. ,.. 930Evening Because a special program te- Morning service :
...... .. 7:00
11th 7 rendered Sunday morning QUEST ORGANIST AT Evening service -r
aye., Sunday Feb. 14 ___ ing
pjn. __
Her subject will be The Economic Worship 7:04 the infant baptism and reception CVENSONO BTU .... .......i.............. ..- 6.-00:
Problem Can be Solved." Services throughout the day of members will be held next Dr. H. Melton White. DDS will I I

Everyone is cordially invited to. will follow the usual procedure.We Sunday, Feb. 2L be the guest crgsnist at the I
particapte in this discussion.FRIENDSHIP wish to thank our many visitors The Calendar Rally is well un Solemn Evensong with a program Overcoming of the Nazarene
for coming out on last Sun der way. The pastor urges all ,f Sacred Music on Sunday, Feb.
BAPTIST day. Thanks to the pulpit and members who are not captains,I 14, at 7:30: p-m. at the church 12101 S.W. 219th St.
the speaker of the day Rev. J. get with the captain of your The public is invited. Goulds, Fla.
Her. C. J. Burney pastor W. Stevens; who delivered two month and start the ball rolling Dr. White Is a graduate of St. Lawrence Reddick pastor
Claudia Wilson, reporter powerful messages Auru Jne'. College and Mehsrry Sunday School w-..._ lOrtC
Sunday School ..-_..-. 93(o to that your birth month can Medical Collie, a member of the Morning worship ........_ 11:00
on top.
Horning worship ..........., 1WX The Brownsville United Choir ccme Choir No. 2 will have charge Church of the Incarnation. Phi Evangelistic Service ...___ 8.00Fri
Evening worship 7:00 will begin Its 7th anniversary on Beta Sigma, fraternity. Wilfred ,-Prayer and Bible) ....._ 8:00
MMMMMMM cf class meeting on Tuesday!
)Monday Feb. 15 through Sunday, McKenzie will be the baritone
We hare sick members in the Feb. 21 at 1 put The program for night. !1 I soloist on the PfO< hospital and home let us con the week will be as follows: Our sick and shut-ins are: The will be
tinue in prayer for them. Monday night, Antioch Choir; Sisters Anna Smith, 2501 NW I nt compositions program and solos composed 2014 N.W. 3th Court
Tuesday, Bethlehem choir; Wed] 55th tern, Precola Thompson I Mozart from W. V. Geary minister
ST. PAUL A. M. E. nesday. Rev. Dennis and Choral 1964 NW 5th court; Leola Conley Sash and Schriner.Hall Mendelssohn, Church School _, ._,, ._ ':31
Group of Miami; Friday, Shiloh 1932 NW 5th ave, Helen Branch, Johnson. Dr. Whites Morning worship ___...__ 11:01
Mrs. Lee Cray reporter choir. Lillie M. Thomas, Blanche Coins 'SM a NW dentist with offices at Evening worship ........._ 7.-OC
Rev. M. S. Fayson, pastor Jackson Hospital.
Sunday Srbool ._.. ... 930: Sunday 3 p.m. the anniversary - MARTIN MEMORIAL AME
Morning Worship _._ 11:00 sermon the Rev. Eo. Brown, MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T

League ...._..__.,.,, ..,.,.,,.,.,. 3:00 speaker and his choir of First Grace Church SupperThe Richmond heights
Evening Worship ......_ 7:00 Baptist, Brownsville. They are women of Grace Presbyterian COST n." Atb.rs' Io'\n.. metnr
asking the entire church to sup Church are presenting afomecoming THEY Mllms Harris reporter
Last Sunday was Missionary port this program. The public ii Supper Friday, Feb. PAY! Sunday School ..__ ___ 930
Sunday which the Rev. Ira FaIOn ,- invited 12. 8 pjn. at the James E. Scott Call OX 14)421 TODAY I Morning! worship ..... -_ 11:00
preached a very stirring ser : Auditorium 7226 NW 22nd ave. ACE League _,"..".. _,,,. 430
mon lor the occasion. TRIUMPH CHURCH

Mrs. Lucille Baker begins hex Prince H. Mob 7. pastor Church of The Open Door

15th year as Sunday School superintendent Sis. C. McKinney reporter (Congregational)

of St. Paul Sunday School. of Wisdom ., ........ IQcOOC Dr. H. C. McDowell pastor Get out of the rut! Come and see
Feb. U is Youth Dsy. The Famous > nmg service ________ 8.00 A. E. McNeeX! reporter
Northwestern Choir will be Y. P. L Band __________ t3l
the guest of St. Paul. Tuesday and Friday ,...._. 8.-00 Last Sunday was a "first In
The total raised on MissionaryDay many ways at the church. All Bishop HunterWHO
was 1270.03.Matthew Our School of Wisdom began at new officers for the year who
10 o'clock and evening service at were elected at our first annual
Temple AMEZ 1 o'clock. meeting at the home of Mrs., IS WELL

1628 N.W. 5th Ave We are proud to have in our Ann Llndaey were given Instruction KNOWN AS
as to their duties. The deacons -I
Sunday School .............. fffcf city our chief bishop of TriumphThe and deaconesses
Morning worship ... _........ IIM Church and Kingdom of God serrated and prayed for were by con the I PROF. HUNTERFor

Evening worship ,,.... ,,...., 7:00 in Christ Bishop P. 1L Harris pastor. Our Ant two were christened -t the past 33 yearsIf
from Pittsburgh, Pa. and our
and blessed during the
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER district Bishop E. L Simpson morning service. The Holy Communion you are sick and
frccn Buffalo N. Y.
N.W. 4th Ave. and 18th Terr. was given and .several worried or in trouble
Phone FR 0-1424 There will also be Union meet members received' In the fellow this ia the place to
ing. at 3 o'clock at the Triumph ship of the church.
MADaily Church in Opt Locka on Sunday come. Don't stay In the t /

Sunday ........ 7 a=n, & 830: aJ& afternoon All are invited to Sunday series Rev. McDowell, twill rut. Push back the veil S .
tart a of services
rune out. leading of the lack of understanding '
to Easter the
subject .Wlt-
up on
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Sis. S. Daniels reporter I a'
ness to His Passion. Friends and and bad luck

1571 N.W. 68th Terrace MT. HERMON A. M. E. visitors are always welcome at that seem to hold you I i
Rev. Ernest Williams pastor the 11 am. services In the audItorium in your track and ad-
L B. Brown reporter Rev. Samuel Oaf, pastor of the Seventh Day Adventist j t

Sunday bcnool .r .., ...._.. 930 Sunday School ________ 938: School auditorium, NW vance forward by the ,,.
Morning worship ._ 11:00 Morning worship ..L 11:01 50th si and 24th ave. help of God.

BTU .................. WC Evening worship 70 '
Evening worship _..--.-,T7:00 Publicity' Committee ST. MARY'S W. M. Your home and everyday
life can be made t
Sunday at 3 will mark OUJputor' Again, we bring you coming
p.m. Rev E. A. Cubner pastor: 4
tint anniversary. Let us events of the biggest little church Mrs S. Dawkina reporter happy. He will show iti

come out and support such a in town. Sunday School ... ......,,..,-...._. 9:43 you how to bypass your ,.
worthy cause. Congratulations to will The be third Sunday In February Evening Worship ..ITTrTir,.._. 7:00 enemies and get the "

Rev. Williams and may be continue baptism. Forcing Worship ..____.... 11:00: things that God in the world
to grow in grace as New put for you. Let the
The '
Bethel continues to progress. be held quarterly at ML Hermon conference March trill Visitors are always welcome at peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the

Let's not forget the date Feb. 1-2. With the Elder F. A. Allen St Marys We are still praying power that is in you will be awaken and you will be
24 thru 23th,. the date of our association for cur sick here and elsewhere. in
officiating. Everyone is higher state of mind
cordially a and spirit.
meeting with Rev L. A. invited. Please don't forget about our

Thompson u moderator. On Sunday conference which convenes' Feb. SUNDAY 10:30 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
choir No. 2 will furnish the Please visit the sick and shut- 23 thru the 28th. The public is''

music. ins. Sick members: Rev. Thomas cordially invited to attend our Prof Hunter's office Is open daily from 10 a .m. to 9 p.m.
Henderson William Lemon and general conference Feb. 14 at for
readings and consultation. Closed all
Stewart 1s day
Sister Improvingnicely Clayton Rutherford. 3:30 o'clock. The missionaries are Wednesday Prof.
and may God continue tot having a pew raid 1009 NW 5th Is licensed by the State and County as a Reader.

strengthen for her the and sick we pray and God'sblessings shut- TEMPLE BAPTIST court Located at 5417 Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla.

ins everywhere. Rev 1. A. Thompeon, pastor ST. MARK BAPTIST One mile east of 7th Ave or Highway 441 Old
Remember days without ,
seven Sunday School __ 931
church makes one weak. Morning worship ...,.-... 11:0 3134 NW 23rd Ave. Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remem-
BTU 5JC Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor her the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St, West Hollywood,
"The doors of New Bethel stand Evening wonhio ----- 7:01) Sunday School .,,....r..., 930 ajtn.I Florida.
ajar. Won't you worship with us Morning wonhlp _____ 11:00
this week I The Training Union elected the Evening worship -._......, 7:00 Bishop Hunter is also the pastor of The Spiritual Temple 01
following officers Sunday evening Prayer service Wed. _____ 730 Zion Inc, same addreta. Visitors welcome
every Sunday night
Bethel Apostolic Temple I : Deacon A. J. Hanna. director 730 p.m.
; Bro. George Hepburn, president
Doria R. Akins. pastor Mrs. Eva Delaney, vice BETHEL BAPTIST
J. Lafluer. assistant president; Mrs. Esther Campbell,
61s. T. Wallace reporter treasurer; Mks Elsie Douglas JUdlinOGct Heights
2310 N.W. 58th Street secretary and pianist; Miss, Claudia Rev. L. R. ROM Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 Hepburn assistant secretary; Jean E. Scott, reporter
Morning worship 11:43 Miss D. L. Hart director of the Sunday School __ 930
Evening worship 730 junior department; Miss Leanora Morning service ______ 11:00
Campbell, president Miss Cottons BTU 330
; Evening service ______ ,:00SALTER'S
Testament Naxarene *r
New Bain vice president; Miss i -
Carolyn Butler, secretary and ,
1643 N.W. 1st Court CHAPELRev. f
Miss Louise Lord, assistant
Lawrence Reddlck, pastor H J Henson, pastor I q M
MszeHa Reddlck. associate Sunday services will be as Ruth Twigs reporter ,

Sunday School .............., 10:00 usuaL The No. 1 choir will sponsor Sunday School ............. 930
Morning worship .-.-...... 11:00)) a tea at 330: par at the home Morning" worship .. _11: Evangelistic Service fcOOWecL of Mrs. Eva Gibson 1838 NW 0th League ......._....... '
-Prayer and Bible &001 place. Friends' ax* Invited. Evening worship -..,. ., 7o0i'I

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Kev. & M. {Hum**, paatur&wtKUi I tare Ns.ts s. avva..Wti y..MH q
"AJ rs ld .L.. rspMt.rJCfluua .... c U/.... new.... ivy.Nlst. raw Rev. James E. Brown, pastor
> ................ I..', >....--." ......-. ..' Bro. Vandell Boys, reporter
J.1'&W&4 Ww*.mp ........ 11.-UO I ww....... M wwy A A....,.. Morning Worship 11:00
B. I'. U. ;..I"t.Y ."'-' -....... r V '6. y.Y Evening Worship ,. 70
.D.J1jr.nw, ......... 1W r a B. T. U. 830

Sunday morning our pastor wtve.ua.. nau':>>!\. MORNING STAR BAPTIST

cane btlore us witn another soul --,,", ef Hocn .. Ass D .L
suritng Hamon wmch was about 314 NW 23rd Street
"jesus. Christ.' Sunday we had a "-'uw&< & m twaysl MusicKI Rrv. I. Clayton, pastor
v.iung muusier Horn New York. ...s..rs ute CAurca. Sister Sadie Ellis reporter

His suojvci was "We Have to be .+r ...". Mara Are. Ayt. lm Sunday School ............ 9J.-0 ,
One: a A&a.. Morning sinks MMMMMM 1130
On the second Sunday the Jr. WHY CATHOLICS aw, Evening service ......_......,. 730
Church: is going to have a Youth are welcome.

Dy. bpewfter for the morning UbE HOLY WATERBy
.'ul be MASS Gloria Hraynon, and a GREATER BETHEL A.M.E.
the mgat speaker wW be Miss s ..
Louise Unilin. Father Robert>> OeGrandla j Rev. S A. Cousin pastor
Tne sic and shut-Ins are Sis. HOlY "....m.' Catheito. Cherch.. Mrs. Jenette' Falson, reporter

M. Keujr ana lira Winlkld. We Catholics use holy a Sunday School ....... ._.... 939
ate praying for you. onve water to Morning Worship ........,.. 110
away evu and
I I mind tot purity spirits of heart to with eaUto Evening Worship .......,....,. 70

GKACt.Kw. ..Kt.)tS r 1 tJUAN 1, warn tncy suoiua come into the GREATER NEW
Wtlrram *'. Savoy pastor presence oi Umsu In blessing 11.
14 ui Ave. IMI ova &u'et .I.1.4.. priest tans some sail to sym'buoz I W. K. Smith pastor

bunoa. bcuuut ...... ._....- '.JO' incorrupuon and immor- Mrs. R. Confer. Clerk
MUllW&j Servu. .M.......... 11.-WU UUIJ.1'Ae ask. ot holy water is in Morning! Worship 110
Wwtm.rbtst he.ww.n4y LUll no way a superstitious practke, Sunday School ........ ...., 930
because Gnus do not believe B. T U. .. 830

Ml. AARON BAPTIST that it has any power in itscil; its Evening Worship .,........... 70
uewer oepenos entirely upon thi
t>4 lu rt.W. iatfc Avenue oevouon ot taese. who use. it, and
H eY. I.;. W. M-vit, pastor upon bee. tall louica. crfc of the church. SL Paul
IWe, 9407uu: teas us that "Every creature of COSMETICS

..wt..t+a Wvi.uty ............ UVU God is good. for It is sanctified
bit, auut.h..n& by ine word of Cod and prayer Abu

n"rW+,p p u Tim 4.4.) I
..r.." n,trta"4 luuda7 8.-VU Reason suggested to the Greeks Miami Times Newspaper
and Kumans mat water, the natural !
ST. JAMES BAPTIST clement tar clean tint, was N Call YUkon 3-5631
symbolical of Interior purity
323 N.W. Uih Street They used it frequently In tbrvhpou
Rev. J. L. Johnson pastor ceremonies: to bless
Sunday bcfiool ... 930Mutual their fields their cities and their .
Murship .....,...... 11.u0 armies. The Jews used holy water
B. T. U. -----_-_ 930 extensively In their rituals, especially Rev. C. L. Franklin, Aretha Franklin, The Caravans

Evening Worship 730ar before altering saatbcsLx'C1us and the 3-feet tall midget MISS Sammy Bryant will J. B. SMITH
Vuututs always welcome \ 21:4.) appearat
the Dade County Auditorium, 2901 W. Flagler St. ELECTRICSERVICE

The Catholic Church by the Sunday. Feb. 14 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale at
"WITH GODAll command of Christ has always
used water. for the Sacrament of North Travel Bureau O'Neal Beauty Salon, Toback's Electrical Contractor

Things Are Possible" liaptism and by the counsel of Grave Pharmacy, Pratt's Cleaners and Neal's Market
Christ has always practiced the Get yours and avoid waiting in line. HOUSEWIRING
-Says Fortune-Teller devotional washing of the feet oa
on Holy Thursday (John S3). The -- "Don't cuss Call us"

Are you facing difficult problems Lord baa chosen water for Bap. PHONE OX
Money or job troubles Unhappl- tism because 111 a sign of the BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST CORINTH BAPTISTRev.

ness? Poor health? Drink Loveor interior washing of Original Sin 2749 N.W. 49th Street or Daypreacher
W T. Thomas put.orIUO
troubles Would from the souL
family jou
Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor N.W. S9th Street
like more Success Happiness: and In the vestibule of the churches Annie Pratt reporter' Pnone OX 1-4493

'Good Fortune" life? You may of the fourth century were large Sunday School .......,...... 9JO Sunday School .._.......... 9)9:
basins of water for cleansing especially Morning worship -......., 11-00 Morning worship ........... ll.'tOEveaing
in view of the fact that worship 7JO
comumuniCn was placed In the MT. SINAI BAPTIST and successful pastor
I right hfffl of the commu.D1can' Come and bear a gospel
who then D. B.. reporter LOVELYHONES
i placed It in his or her
mouth. Purity was absolutely Rev S. A Thomas pastor WALKER TEMPLE
necessary. The custom has continued Sunday School ............. SIS
until this present day Morning worship .........., ? 11.0church of God In Christ)
] 17S9 N.W.
69th Terr.
bUy water containers
at the entrance of CathoUc: Minister S. McIntyre, reporter
every St. John's of The NazareneJ Elder J J. James pastor
Church. Beyond
of being a symbol! Sunday School .... ......... 10:00
personal cleanliness, 7 NW. 58th Terrace
holy water Noon Service ................ 12.00
is also symbolic of the water that Lawrence Reddick' pastor YPWW S30
flowed from the \ Frank Bryant
aide of Christ Associate
Evening Service .._....... 1.1)0KEU.r.s
when the soldier pierced Him Sunday School _....r-.,,. -, IfcOO -
with a lance. It reminds the Morning worship ..........__ 11.00 FOR SALELow
Catholic of the limitless love of Evangelistic service ...... __ J.OO
Jesus who shed all His blood for CHAPEL

him, because iwben there 1s no I ST. JAMES A. M. E. Esther McNeil reporter
blood left in the human body
Rev Leroy Dell pastor
Rev II McNesl) Harris
water flows from any apes pastor Sunday School _?__ 9:43
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean '
DOC. R. C. ANDERSON wound. School ..........reporterSunday ....., 930 Morning worsrtp ............, 11:00
M. Y.F. .
The blessing ot holy water with Morning Worship ,,........ 11.-OO _- _-_-. 9,00
zuzah, the bcau'Iful: : ) Amulet! won a prayer to drive away evil spirits ACE. League ............. 3JO! Evening worship -? 740
for its/ reitg:,;us sgnJcance, coo is found in many documents of Evening Worship .__ ':00 ANTIOCH BAPTISTR.v
u.noti the Prom. God made to the fourth century such as the I
Mote, mtrr.bed in HebrewDjt. Apostolic Constitutions the'' O. w. roster pastorA
( 8Vs 4-9i. snd alto burn I]Testament of the Lord- and the HOLY REDEEMER L Juhoaoa. reporter Down Payments

!t "rnse Yo".It'! pray tat" as men "Pontificals, cf Serapion. St.Epiphsnlus Mass 7 and 10 (Sundays) Sunday School-... ,....j9:44
ond vA ..a.tf a brio. ng ..ilh suggi ; cure effected by Its use. Baptism by Appointment BTU ..... 930
.'fii praytrs. Holy water is one of many reIllglous Information Class S p III. in Evening worship -.,...... '.G6 .
: things which help us School AU are Invited
When. you see me I guaranteeto i move our minds and hearts. to Everyoae is -welcome st Holy ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E.
t..&U you your part and present, 1 the invisible God. Crosses crucifixes -
sad nuke pr 4ietiens for your i holy pictures, etc., aid us Mt. Pleasant Methodist Rev. E. M. Block, pastor Only 1 Mortgage
future and Ue object' of 70.11't I to recall the reality of God ..sinenod Cloe Swerving, reporter
viM without saying a word or f I tence and His care for us. These 2170 Washington Street Sunday School ........_.., 934 ..
charge made My prophecies' were *articles are called sacrementals (a Dpi Locka Morning Worship ,.......,,, 11M .
mentioned" en t*>* ").f ffl The 1 Latin word) because they bring Sunday School __ 930: am A. C. E. League ....,......... ':00
Pre," TV program Sept 3 0. 1 V> the mind holy thoughts.COMMUNITY Morning worship .....,.... 11 sin Evening Worship..-..-..... ,:00
1956. and I am_proud that people. Evening service ':JC
Third Ave.
110m0Ni: for my special J work and to I
straighten out their lives, becauseof I NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH Rev H. M. Salmon, pastor

Sunday School 12:0
my 23 years experience and Rev C.
11. Samuels. pastOy Morning worship ... 11:-00
natkn-wide reputation and because
Evelyn Granger reporter Evening worship _... 7:00 Realty
of what I have done for so Sunday School _........... 9)0Mrwning -- "
many others I service _,........ 11.00
For I BTU _,._.......... ....-. S30: ST. PAUL A. M. E.
work appointments( for rpecial Evening worship .._._ 7 JO Rev ),1. J. Fayson. pastor
or readings call CAnal 742 NW 3rd Ave.
St and 4th Court
2>9719 er write
me at the address
below To order the ST. MARY'S W. M. Sunday School _....... ....- 931
"I Shall Not Triple. Offer Morning worship ,..-........, II:MACE
Want the Merozah Rev E A Culmer. patter FR 4-3297
League S3flCveninc :
and 'ncen e send 1800 cash plus Mrs. S. Dawkins. reporter worship--,.............. ,:00
postage or tejr postman Si 00 plus Sunday School n.., .... -..?.. 9JC AND
chan THE: 18 00 IS THE PRICE Morning worship ,,......... MM: BETHANY BAPTIST
OF THE TRIPLE OFFER ONLY Evening wrrthto ......._ 73C
-NOT MY PRICE FOR AY S07S N.W. 43th StRrv. NE 4-0394
CONSULTATIOVS Rudy Keston pastor
DOC R. C A.VDER- 699 MT. ZION A. M. E. Marjorie Shelby, reporter
SOY, SQJ W Cordon Ave Sunday School .... S. Hutcheton Jr.
Rossville 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. -. ...,. 930 ,
Gs Office open seven days Kd Opa LnekaRev. Morning worship.......... 110
a week. 1'13 C. J. Jenkins pastor BTU __ ___ S30 Registered

Sunday School .,..,.,......... 02 0t.hmiq Evening: worship -......._. 7:00 Real Estate Broker
DRUGS Worship .._ 11-00!

Register Today! C7SO PC.W. IWi Av*. League Evening Worship ?... .., ........... 7 1:00:00 it} Advertise It Pays!

!IP'lllf1lDO.llrJDt'JAlJIII'F' JJir1JI'mnar.: ,.. ..iJiIr.Jm: 1w""llllr1lif m..fJ.k_ r.-niI'! Y'MT.

I be held in Evergreen Cemetery.Mrs. .
PAGE 12 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13 1960 sad but loving memory of I
sad of the late
memory our dear father
Mary Oliver of 1906 NW
74th st, was pronounced dead on
.y arrival at Jackson Hospital on
I CARDSMEMORIALSCARD Feb. 7, She .Is survived by five

daughters, three sons, 20 grandchildren -
two brothers and four
It" R sisters. She will be sent to Syl-

OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn } .mania, Ga. for burial.

We. the family of the late S ;; ,.
Leslie Bridges of 1554 NW 58th
MRS. THERESA KNOWLES sad but loving memory ofmy
st, died in Jackson Hospital on
dear niece and sister
of 3340 Elizabeth St Coconut f
: !
PEARUE MAE EARLY Feb. 10. He is survived by four
Grove who departed this life
Jan. 23 and was laid to rest Jan MARTHA USHER L1i daughters seven sons 20 grand
30, wish to take this method of who departed this life Feb. 8, and \ children. He will fie In repose at
expressing our sincere thanks and Feb. 11, 1937. Gone but not for r the chapel beginning at 5 r"n. on
gotten. Thursday and will remain until
deepest appreciation to oar many
friends lor their act cl Mrs Dora Brown Friday 6:30: pm. at which time
he will be sent to Valdosta Ga,
kindness shown during our rebearevetntn. -
Herman Johnson. 3 months
The cards telegrams, floral sad but loving memory of son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
pieces and other comforting deeds, our dear husband and son. Johnson Sr, of 1601 NW 62nd at.
are too numerous to mention Individually apt 5 died aL borne on Feb. 7.
here, but are nonetheless Chapel services were conductedon
heartfelt and will be long re- 4 Wednesday at 1 psn. Rev. O.
membered. s W, Poster of w Antioch Baptist
Our special thanks to the Houseof CLAUDE DILLARD Church officiated. Burial In Lincoln.
Albert Rer. E. R. Fft"IU'ODand ROBERT HILTON .
members of Deulah Baptist who passed Feb. 14, 1959. who departed: this life Feb. 13.
Gone but not forgotten. We 1954

hunch.:Colossie Evans daughterMyrtle loved you but God loved you Gone but not forgotten. Manker .

Knonrles. daughter best May he rest in peace. William Oates of 1889 NW 5th
Carl and Julie Knowles, Albertha Dillard, wife The Family sire, died Jan. 30 In Packson
grandsons Paul Dillard son Mrs. Esther: Gregory Dght Hospital. He was funeralized Sat-

Mrs. Eloise Leiano, Brenda Dillard daughter Mrs. Hattie IL Humes. Dght urday, Feb. 6.
granddaughter Evelyn McKenzie sister Miss Oars Bell Hilton. Dght

Mrs. F. L Smith, Joseph A. Williams of 618 NW
foster daughter IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn 22nd st, died Jsn. 20 in Jackson
Hospital. Was funeralized Jan. 25.
sad but loving memory of

In Appreciation Pleasant memories of our dear my dear husband A. Lee Williams of 825 NW

son and brother 70th It., died Jan. 27 In Jackson
I ILtpiUl Funeralized Feb. 1.

art;? Calvin Battle of 748 NW 66th

L'I W4 ;t., died Jan. 27 In Jackson Hospital
i :: Funeralized Feb. 3.

MARVIN BROWN Bennie Norman of 1316 NW 1st
who died February 13, 1959. ave, died Jsn. 27 in Jackson
Gone, but not forgotten Hospital Was funeralized Jan. 30.
The Brown Family
CUTLINEt Mabel Smith of 675 NW 17th
it, died Jan. 25 in Jackson. Was
IN MEMORIAMIn funcra'.ized: Feb. 4.
sad but loving memory of 4
my dear wile HOLY REDEEMERA
St Valentine Party on Saturday -
Feb. 13 at 4 pm. in the
1 Parish Hall wilt be sponsored by
11J'jiA 1i Circle No.2 of Holy Redeemer's

t i Wcmen Union.In .
I II addition to dancing games
A a ( will be played' and ether entertainment -
I by the )'OUft 1ftS.
Beginning at 7 pan. the adults
,-- ..'. ._ ,",,'''''' will entertain themselves by par-
The family of Epsie dark Russell DEACON LAYFAYETTE CAlL tici,Ung jn many rewarding
take this method of expressing QUENTON CROSBY+ BETHEL who departed this life Feb. 13 games.
its sincere thanks and gratitude who died Feb. 13, 1959. Tto years have gone since you The public it invited to attend
to the many friends for Juanita Bethel Josephus Bethel irked the last mile of the way. both attain.
cards telegrams, floral pieces: and brother Carlton Bethel Harold Death is a heartache none can
donations of can during its recent Bethel Jewell' Bethel Row heal memories are treasuriesnone FIRST UNITARIANOn
period of bereavement. land Bethel Melody BriM!. can seal 1. although you have
Special thanks to St. James Baptist Frances Bethel Georgie Bethel l. gone away and left us. our love Sunday Feb. 14 the Adult
Church" for untiring service Russell Bethel fir you still lingers in our heart. Forum will be held at 10 am.
during her lime** and pasting, Mrs. Leona Call wife instead of the usual 10.30 time.
Rev. J. L. J Johnson pastor The Mrs Emma! Scott, motherDEATHS Dr Stuart N. Gaboon., well known
staff of M. S. Alien Funeral IN MEMORIAMIn Ices! psychiatrist will address.
llcme for efficient service The group on the subject "The Psychology -
staff of Jackson Manorial Hospital loving memory of our dear of Religion." A discussion
'r 1
st. Agnes Church Father k mother, grandmother I I period will follow the talk.

Calmer and members, Dade -- -- At 11 a.nv. the Rev Robert W.
County Classroom Teachers As- IDA MAE FARRINGTON Sonrn will speak on "Lincoln.

sociatkn, Miami Edison Senior who departed this life Feb. 1 S. Felix W Petty of 3630 Perdval! The American Hero.
llieh School custodians and maids 19&9. Ave, known as "Fee Petty I The Junior and Senior Liberal
women's physical education department -| Gone, but not forgotten. resident for 50 years, died at h u Religious Youth: groups, as wellas
faculty, girls athletic Loving and kind in aU her ways home Feb. 9. Funeral 4:30: Saturday -, their parents, will meet at the
Association board of directors of Upright and Just to the end of at Beulah Baptist Church church building that evening' at
Grand United Order of Pallbearers her days 1:30.[
ay CaneD Charles Codger>: of St Peters
of America Sick Committee Sincere and true in her heart 4 African Orthodox Church A dinner-theater party which
staff of P. B. 13. Division of Wo- and mindA officiating.:. The body will lie in was cancelled' last week has been
men of St Agnes Church Way beautiful memory she left behind. repose at his home from 9 a.m. rescheduled for Friday. Frto. 19.
side Guild of St Agnes Church, Saturday until funeral time. The group wju meet st the
St Bartholomew Tabernacle No. Prince Farrlngton, Jr., I Candehght Inn at t 30 for dinner
27 Love and Charity Daughtersof husband folk' 'cd by a theater party at
GUO of PB Circle No. I', And Family Range the Cocunut Grove PUyhouse
Heroines uf Jericho Free Town Mrs. Geneva Smith of 1733 NW
Court No. 333. Pastors Aid Board IN MEMORIAMIn 6th ct, died in Jackson Hospitalon
Ebenezer M. Church MUs, Ruth Fd '7. She is survived by Do You Have
Dale, instructor at Edison High. sad but loving memory of threesons, a granddaughter. a
our father, Service all be conducted on Drinking: Problem?
Doubt sees the obstacles, FRED MILLER MAURAwho I Feb. 13 at 4 pan. at St. Luke Baptist
Faith sees the wail! departed this Ute Feb. 9. Church Rev. P. W. Williams ALCOHOLICS
Doubt sees the darkest night officiating. Burial will DQ heMS ANONYMOUSCAN
Faith sees the day! 1958.May
he rest in peace. I in Eevergreen Cemetery HELP YOU
Doubt dreads to take a step
-O Master let me walk with TheeIn
Faith soars on hiIbquesUoaa lowly paths of service free; R v. Neal Martin of 2040 NW No dues or fees
Doubt "1". Tell me Thy secret, help me bear MRS. ALUm DA.'. IEIB 3rd ave, died in Jackson Hospital PHONE
answers The strain of toil the fret of who departed this Ute Feb. 11. on Feb. 7. Rev. Martin lived
She leaves to mourn her loss: 1959. in the Miami area for the past FR 94)282)

Mrs. Laura Williams, daughter; cue"The Family Being prepared when her name 21 years and for several yearsixtfstored OX M278IOOKI
James W. Williams, sot Mrs. was called she willingly answer Trinity CME: Church.
Evelyn Butler, sister; Edward IN MEMORIAM ed. We loved her but God loved Survivors include his widow
Williams ..xl.In.-.w; Mrs. Ague her best. Gone but not forgotten.Ola Florence, two sisters two step
Clarke daughter-in-law, 15 In sad but loving memory of Daniels daughter daughters, three nieces, twonq.hews
grand children 8 great grandchildren my dear aunt Callie Bellamy, daughter four great grandchild JLcH ftAYII
: four nieces, two nephews ALICIA FERGUSON Julia Spicer. daughter ren Services will be held at Trinity tHINOS.e .
and a host of relatives and who departed this life Feb. 9, Jack Daniels son CME Church on F&hJ) 16 at 3 ? K
so. shy
friends.IN. 1955. Jesse Daniels son pm. Rev. Gary the pastor win prays
Sweet memories of her still Arthur Darnel son officiate. Burial will be conducted sot t."d for the

MEMORIAM linger in our heart We cannot Robert Lee Daniels son in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. ICUCIOUS CtOSS.
could b. carried
say and we will not say that she I M. C Daniels son 1st
In sad but loving memory of Is dead she is just AWI.7."J'htnk P. J. Spicer, son-in-law Mrs. Annie Patterson of 1756 pun. Th.or Special worn aroundnsck. Price'
our dear wife, mother and grand I Ing of her still as the same we Sally Daniel.. AU Baba Ave., died at her home. k $lOO cash. N. COOL
mother. say, she Is not dead she Is just i iIwaT. dsughter-uvUw on Feb. 7. She is survived by her Snd stomp*! Scif-AdaWu.
JOS. MOLLTE STEWARTwho 33 grandchildren. husband. John four daughters .a envelop today. You may
died Feb. 11, 1".. Mrs. Idell Arnet. niece six sons several brothers and sis be glad yew Ad
May she rest in peace. We loved Mrs. Annie Arnett. sitter ters. Funeral services will be All I ord r. guaranteed.
her f but Jesus loved her best AnnddoxFaml yrett, brother Join The NAACP on Saturday: at 1 p.m. at Mt Ta- AMrsu clots J44jkbrfraStSitiiufc.Cs.mE
The Family bor Baptist Church. Rev. Purdy .



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FURNISHED Efficiency. None LPTTs will have a meetIng .
better. AU utilities. Near bus. at the Carver Branch TMCA FOR SALE -
shoeing 4190 NW 12nd ave. 5770 NW 15th are. Sunday Feb.
at Mt. Olivette 14. Business of importance.
$17 PER WEEK furnished or Mrs. E. Eve president Location
-- -- -- --- unfurnished I and 2 bedroom Mn. L. Perpall reporter 812 N.W. 61st St.
The gallant men of the Mt apt. 834 NW 70th It. TO 5-1785,
I Olivette Baptist. Church., 1450 JTW .t .,u- T' evenings NA 16053. Indf For Rent 2 bedrooms CBS Tile in each Roof aide.

I I-BEDROOM Apt. Children wel Room Apt. Hardwood Floor
come. Near bus school. Good
tenant only. 4190 NW 3:nd are Completely furnlabed. Refrig Front Porch, Gas, Heat
erator stove dinette table, double Almost New
bed. Hot water furnished. Private
i 4 SPACIOUS immaculate rooms in.
bedroom. AH for .
private home. Men 5930 NW 22nd CaJIOwner
ave. $11.33 per weekFor PL 8-9868
1 or 2 people, 523S NW 24th
I TWO APTS. 3 rooms each and Court.
i.A p private bath tile bath. 2103. 3109
: NW 75th at. Phone NA 19407.

'. LOVELY HOUSE.. New area $25 HORSEPOWER. Even-
+r:. per week owner 2780 NW Wthst rude outboard motor. Never been
NE 55566.FURNISHED used. Can OX 1-6786 821 NW FOX KENT
: I 58th at.
Apartment at 1202
NW 70th st PL S-2900. FOR TirE BEST In hair styles
call OX 12546 Prices $2.75 and C.rre.eis
ROOMS.- One with twin beds 300.
1Jt NW 6th ct Phone FR 4-3345 I 1 AND 2 BEDROOMS
t for couples or since persona. Wanted >

r 1 ttumbfMod room In private' A BEAUTICIAN. to run a beauty I $12 to $16 WeeklyFREE
----- hom TV telephone, other con- shop and one operator to work
EDDIE COLLIE venieirfes. Working single Owner has to go out of town
REV. C. K. STCELE CChalrman preferred. Phone FR 3-9327.per.son Phone OV 1-9703. WATER

Minting Speaker guest speaker on this occasion at IAVE GAS HEATERS
Mt Olivette' lie is returning this A Choice 1-fccdrotra LEGAL NOTICE
Itt 1 ct. will observe their 10th year by popular demand. apartment for rent New build NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
annual M n'* Day on Sunday, The pastor. The Rev. I. C.I 1 ing. 524 NW 22nd St. Phone FR, NEAR SHOPPING -
Feb. 14 The men are under the! )Mkkins states. that the men are I 9-3576. 1 12DIDROCnf 1I NAME LAW
able leadership of Bnx Cleveland' planning to make this one of them I CENTER
Notice is hereby given that the
s.n;* nj who It serving as chair .,*t memorable events In the' furnished house In, .
man and Deacon Eddie Collie history of the church, both spl-!,Bunche Park. Call CE 5-US I. undersigned desiring to engage ALL
in busln M under the fictitious MODERN
co-chairman. ritually and financially. I IR
|I '
'- ()(>>f HOUSE. 2186 NW 3th Mme of PARKER CITIES SER
". ... ..' Personnel ave. FR 4-8890. VICE. 3199 N.W 46th St, and CONVENIENCES
.' Workers to (((7500 N.W :22nd Ave Miami Fla.

'.. Invade Miami II Intends to register the said name Phone YU 3-3622
MIAMI 'cow, the Clerk of the Circuit:
t Two hundred or more deans TIMES ADS [Oourt of Dade County Florida ,
and counselors from. leading col Call OX 1-0421 TODAY I I I Willie parter. owner F20
leges and universities throughout
I _
the south, along with guidance .i "

r t Mn prrscnnel the State from of secondary Florida schools are to Universal Construction Co. IB
commence registration Sunday!
..tf evening. Feb. 21 at the Carver
".\ Hotel This is the annual. meeting' ", Home Remodeling ,Complete Kitchens

; 1.i/ personnel of the National workers Association and the P1 of.. Jalousie Windows and Florida Rooms

Guidance Association., Dr. B. L ALSO HOME ON YOUR OWN LOT
Perry dean
of students at Flori
da Agricultural and Mechanical"
Financing Phone TU 5-1785
University Is the president of the
association. Northwestern and ..
Booker xJpq-x'*'*<"*"*J'ti' *_ OOOi..r.K1o i l -_-- ,
T Washington High
Schools have been selected as i Hflffi ;.:SlSlilfJFXri A'U1'' ggrazngfjaTO:t 1Sl'8lr.IlNr-"fJi 'mits.
headquarters for the three' day
conference. This Is the first time
that secondary schools have served .
as host to such a meeting.
Previously all sessions have been
CLEVELAND SAMPSON I held only on college campuses
Chairman'The A well chosen the "Apri FREE FREE
praising Guidance Services in Our a
speaker for both the morn|SchoolWill be accented' by
Ins and evening services will bei\outstanding speakers: from many
the Rev C K Steele pastor of parts of the United States. The,
the Bethel Baptist Cburca. Tai- keynote address will be delivered" j
lahaa'ee, and president of the,by the dynamic Dr Jeanne Noble 1960 Auto Tag With Every
Inter-Clvlc Council of the same"' of New York University Others,I
city 'speaker include Dr James
(TAMU i : Dr Paul MacMinn. Bedl.1!
This is the third consecutive I Office of Education and William Car Sold At Griffin MotorsYOUR
year that the Rev' Steele has been'Nix Mcrehouse College- t


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56 Pontiac 4-door aedan, hardtop, radio, heater, etc. 999.00

56 Ford 2-door hard top coupe, new paint and cover 899.00

17th Ave. and 70th Street 55 Olds 88 four door. A green and white beauty .................. 899100

proudly Presents 55 Chevrolet 4-door, radio, new plastic seat cover .................... 799.00

55 Pontiac 4-door sedan, beautiful 2 tone blue ..,,,,...... 799.00

55 Mercury 4-door aedan. This is a very sharp one L...,........... 799.00

HIS ORCHESTRA 55 Pontiac 2-door sedan, radio, choice of two ............... 699.00

54 Mercury 4-door sedan, music and heat. Only .?..... 599.00
54 Chevrolet 4-door aedan. Blue and white, radio, nice _. 599.00

BLUES SINGER 53 Olds 4-door sedan 88. Radio lovely French fray 499.00

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women' and children and babies.
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA i SECURITY Gamma Zeta Omega Some sorors brought canned
SOCIAL 'Aids 'MigrantWorkers goods milk staples baby food
PACE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1960 and a bountiful supply of shoes.
I We wish to thank all of our
.. friends rand Interested member
... I Gamma Zeta omega chapter of cf our community who share in
Newsman Returns Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority answered this project. We hope that our
the caU for help! contribution: to the needy migrant
PHIL From Jamaica ..- caw-. w- On Saturday Feb. 6 the mem- workers will make them as happy
SAYS: bers of Gamma Zeta Omega collected as it made us in collecting: the
Assignment clothing, food and shoes articles.
Before for distribution among the mlgratory Some ctf: our lOran distributed
- A visitor to the Miami Times Inquire workers of the Dade I the fifts directly' to the labor
Negro History Week. Abe Un- office last week was newspaper' County area, in answer to the camps, while the other gifts were
coin's birthday and Brotherhood man Lancelot Evans a columnistfor You Retire many appeals that had been taken to the Migrant Workers
Week are all eelebrited In February the New York Age. Evans made by various organizations Headquarters for distribution.
the shortest month of the was on his way back to New I Naturally you want to receive and individuals by way of the
year. It prow' that rood things York after an eight-month stay first social security check radio television and newspaper. -- -
come in email packages. in Jamaica, West Indies where he soon ycur after you retire. To We were happy to have another -
Negro history Is Important because KM senior editor for the new pUsh this Edward P. aecom-I opportunity to serve our CORE Needs You
It that the Negro Jamaka Broadcasting Corporation the Miami North social fellowman.
proves Join and be
has been making his contributions -.et up by the islands's Ministry check coon' after you retire. To The entry-way in the home of today
to the progress of Amerl a. Some of Development.Evans accomplish this. Edward P. Blon- Soror Gussie Dobbs was filled Free TomorrowCHARLES'
folks would hare you believe that a native of Jamaica was lion of the Miami North social with boxes of clothing! for men,
the Negro' has not accomplished part of the news team responsiblefor security office offers this bit of
anything and is therefore not the setting up of the radio advice, "Inquire before you retire -
ready for integration. Negro history station's newsroom. Commentingon : at your local social security
Jamaica's current development -
refutes their ignorance. office. POULTRYAND
program Evans said foreign -
Take, for Instance Norbert Investors particularly Americans According to Mr. Blonston. tf
Rlllleux Negro engineer, tevea- and Canadians were findIng you are a working woman age tt FISH MARKETThe
tor and scientist of ante-bellum the island a lucrative source or over or a man age 65 or older
days. He Invented the first practical for new business ventures. The planning to retire, you should Finest Live and Dressed Poultry
multiple-effect vacuum number of new banking houses contact your social security office
evsporato. known then setting up operations there he two or three months before yom FRESH FISH DAILY
M the milieux apparatus. It was said emphasized this fact. retirement .
Groceries Meat Fruit Vegetables
then put into use in a sugar factory He also mentioned that the I
near New Orleans Evaporation island's tourist trade was doing Why wait those extra weeks
In multiple effect Is now booming business and Jamaica's for your first social security BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT

universally used throughout the north coast was fast becoming a check when a little foresight win Free Delivery Service a* Near a* Your Phone
rurar Industry, and !in the manufacture little Miami with its many ultramodern bring it to you soon after your
of condensed milk soap, hotels. At this point last pay check," Blonston con 340 N.W. 16th Terr. FR 4-1345
and ylue in the recovery "
gelatine Evans stressed the need for more eluded. I
of waste liquors In dlrtmerles American Negro tourists to Include Open Dally t30 a.m. te S p.m<-.8aL to t p.m.-Sun. te 1 p.m.
and paper factories as well as Jamaica and other West In TV Miami North Social Security CHARLES BUTLER. Proprietor
in many other processes. The dian Islands In their vacation office is located at 234 NE
underlying principles of which plans.Jamaica. 79th at, and the telephone Is PL .'
these evaporate* operate hat not he said. Is always 8-5511. "" ,
'.L-:: !
altered' materially since Rfllietnc -
ready to welcome the American
first designed his system. Negro. It couldn't be otherwise,

f't'auseof this and otMrnhlf'ftmf'ftUo tie told the Time, because the Is.land's Reports on Boule I OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
political life is In the
he was the m o s tnought
complete' control of its Negro cit-
after engineer in Louisiana All of us enjoyed the pktuesque SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
IWIM who always to
are ready
because of his Colored
but report of the Alpha Kappa Al-
he could not be entertained Identify themselves with theN PSYCHIC READER
b'ood. r\M Boule made by Sorors Paula
at the home of any white per- roes' struggle for equality Williams and Aurora Crawford,
on. After the war he moved' t.P3rtt. whether: !!t'sat_ Nottinf_ Hill In brcauei of the Interesting film
France, where. he could Rutland, Little Hock., Arkansas clips shown,; by Sorors Williams
South Africa.
or '
live IDce a man. bans also mentioned' that the and Crawford. Their. day to day Bfoft

I wonder how many more brfl- Miami Times was well-known account of the Boule through the t mSm
pant souls America has lost throughout the Caribbean ar-a, tne of a diary was nvnt informative
Ctrourh "degradation by plgmentatlonT and wan the favorite Negro weekly and enJ'''yahV. We feel u
of many Jamaican families. though we had an been to the
Route, held in Cincinnati Ohio' .
Abe Lincoln ,"f'bruldint!. In conjunction with Alpha Phi **%! Jkfl.'prLei
rained undying fame because he LADIES SUM Aloha fraternity In DecemberOur fev 'i
was the first h"l1rlm" to do baslleus is Soror Ruby B. *
ynmethtng! about the dreadful YOUR Mlren / -
kin disease! known then as slavery HOME
now as yerrcgation." Ere ,
Ion' (1963!) his labors will bear STAUFFERHOME
fruit J. F. DEAL STUDIO pj ec'OM
AI for Brotherhood Week I 307 N.W. 2nd Avtu .

believe It is a Brand arvsture. and Offers you reducing !in We copy and enlarge ,Ict.,.. .f
may bf the seed' which could become .y years of KiprrirtM guide and prutrrt JoG thniuctLife -
the tree of the oneness of your own home. Free demonstration. 'loved half
your enra at pries M a UfftilltooM cnJdee lh .kl| In a MormOTIIKIIS 4R I
m nklnft. However, to me. the Call FR 3-6977
need' for this kind of soecial Phone FR 4-3034 LIEN FAIL YOU HKK MK
Week Indicates In mankind Indf
pecll" weakness. a. -- ..._- -... For Success in Business And Love f

Nero HWory. Abe Lincoln, I CONSULT HER .

and brotherhood: here we have a You can now have your home made happy t
trinity of truth. May it live for Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
evrr in our hearts!!!
MAGNOLIA GARDENAPARTMENTS Don't Stay in the rut, get out now

By the help of God she can help you

Mixing Order Remove evil influence, if you are aide, worried or in

Knorville, Tenn. Federal .. Gifted Medium' FlI"II&f"
It will pal you to anti and Ud
Judfe Robert L. Taylor Monday
ordered the KnorviDe School Where ih,m.end. come yearly for help and advice you too eaa :
Board to submit by April 8 a Furnished or Unfurnished Apts. be tonebftl by aide strange nyrteriooe' power
desegregatong public

The Mine God who delivered MOMW and the rhlkimn of UreH

14255 N.W. 22nd AvenueWI of old U till alive today sad will open a way for Joe through s

Beautiful Horn oa the troubled lIMa of grip IX" not him that U blind lead JOG or
Your Lot you Mumble with him.

(Across the Street From Magnolia Hospital) Do JOG doubt the exUteoee of thine* beroe you cannot eee .
2b tnuil
See Super. anytime in Apt 2 What do yon think of the Invisible waves and ermnde that '

make Wlrri***, Trlrphoae.. Radio .and TrierUlon |_i*.IM T

; A IM'ftI before It sprouts lies concealed secret .Uftat In the 'I

dark earth or womb of Nature.. THERE 19 A 1C "USSIE.'IPOWER"

Complete bullrflage s.rvlo PROFESSOR HOMES Therefore, acquaint ) :'

PLANNING self with the one who 'OUrfii -I

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e REPAIRING All Information is I!

e REMODELING advice save many dollars and t
RENOVATINQ Strictly Confidential P

untold worries. Why go through life Office Iloare 9 ..--. n.m.Randan I
Over TW.nty Years efConstruction +
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Experianeea unhappy Bring this ad I'll show

Guaranteed Sato fsctlea Don't Write--Call In Person
4 you the way to succeas A natural
9 l QaaaC' i7 P\ILT HKADlXn fl.OO O
born true medium.Take .
5-6171 bus 14 to door, look for hand sign
I Ij
1121 N.W. 29th Street 1657 N,W. 73rd St.. MiemiTHE 's a6
YfaMI. 2118 N.W. 62nd St. Phone OX 1-3012 (

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WEST HOMESTEAD Dedication at Lillie BROWNSWILLE JR. HIGH DOUGLAS ELEMENTARYSeveral fair on March 19 and are eager
ly anticipating the .
Teachers were especially pleas I 1 "\ members' of the faculty interesting exhibits
C. Evans -
School Initial PTA at they
meeting expect to see while
ed by the recent" visit of Mrs. Brownsville Junior are currently engaged In an there.
Hazel Troy who came to us laden HUh School Institute for teaching arithmetic
Tuesday Feb. 23 on Thursday Feb.' 4, there charlotte F. Clark
varied and will be the I were that is principal
with new materials now in session at Rives I
beginning of over 250 parents and teachers I Arleen Williams
for building a better and more the' Lillie C. Evans' ,side Elementary School under the, reporter
present Mrs Ida
reading Dedicatory Service and other civities. Ratcllffe direction of Dr. mmem
effective program. Pupilsin principal of the school gave a Herbert F. Spitrer -, ommmmmmmmmmI
the intermediate grades one of the foremost
delighted to have her work were with Lillie C. Evans Dementary PTA brief outline of the policies of the (ties' on arithmetic Instruction.uthor-and I
cChool work and introduced the Owners
was named for the Property
them while late who ''I
briefly introducing Mrs. Lillie faculty to the audience. is an Instructor at the Uni-
Carmichael Evans '
new skills in tiling the dictionary. venity of Iowa. j
who was principal of Boeder T. The chorus rendered two musi The general' of the Would you like to have all
4 purpose
Washington Grade School in cal selection b bills combined into
course to focus the teacher's your one
Many parents have come to the 1920. Mrs. Evans served as prim Parents were seated' in numbered attention small
school to express their gratitudefor cipal of the present Dunbar El*. sections with the home- and varied on the new techniques' payment, and till
the dental care many of their rat:'nUry School and Booker T. room teachers of their children i approaches In the have some money left? If

children are receiving. The children Washington High Schools until Anthony Simons president of teaching studying under of arithmetic.' Those $1,500 or $3.000 will help

are picked up at the school, IftM when. she retired from active Northwestern Senior High PTA Mesdames Marian Dr.Dean Spltter are;'you,I at a time !ike this let
jpoke' Frances ,
briefly the
taken to the clinic for treatment teaching. on importance
and returned without having last Mrs. Evans who died Feb. 3, of PTA membership and announced (Cater,tia Louise Capers and Lucre- I me get It for you.

too much time out of the school 1958, will be remembered' by the slate of officers which' Is Eve. Today !la not a day too soon

day. This is truly a fortunte those who knew her as an outstanding as follows: Mrs. Julia Gallon. We'prlTiJf'C"d"on last to phone if you want to apply
service' to many of these' children educator We feel Mrs. Couise Weema.
proud pidcnp for loan.
I Thursday to have Dr. Spltxer and a
Mrs. Mildred(
who would not otherwise be to have our school named ;
obtain dental care. monument to her as a Marts, secretary' ; George' KU- Mrs. Maleine Portier, assistant FIRST
Members of the memory. Patrick treasurer; Mrs. Ella supervisor of arithmetic in Dade AND SECOND

February 22 has been' designated late l Mrs Evans will family be of the floyd Thorpe, parliamentarian: 'County visiting our Intermediate MORTGAGESAVAILABLE

for the oral vaccination of I, guerts and some' of the visiting Mrs. Hazel! Wright, hlstortan; and classrooms where they watched
pupils against polio at Wett 4'etfcers The principal Rev E. D. Richardson chaplain. actual arithmetic classes In session. -
Homestead. Many parents have family are Dr and of the Mrs. Genesta Sweetlnf. president : The intermediate' teachersheld '

volunteered' their services on that, Mr and Mrs J. Evans Mrs. Evans, of the PTA Council of Dad. a abort conference with Dr. H. DAVIS
I day to ant rt the nurses, and the I Dr and Mrs. Carmichael and son, County, installed the officers. Spitier where he answered sev
request to sign permission blanks. and Mrs and Mr. Visitors for the evening' included eral questions In regards to arithmetic
for the immunization has been Waehingten. Washington D. all of Mr*. Agnes McCoy, presidentof MORTGAGE BROKER
well" accepted. The teachers are I The the North Dade PTA M rs. Our sixth grade pupils art Phone FR 9-8531
pn crm will .
preparing the attitude of the I in the schools tart at 8 pin. Marraret Newbold. past president' readying themselves' for the annual
children for this new vaccine by I mediately cWetorium. tin-I of Bunche park PTA and Mother science fair that will be held Eves NE 3-6754
prevMfnc the following the' dedica Beatrice Robinson In March
assurance that only ton service at the Dinner' Key AudItCI'lum. -
their' teachers can give them. h uv! we will observe' open' i In the future all Brownsville Our pupllj will visit thee
Nebon L De*het. prlndpal throughout the bfulding. PTA meetings' will be held at

Thefena' S. King, reporter o'clock on the first Thursday
I Gibbs Students to night! of each' month In the school

Echoes of Yesteryear' Launch RocketSt. parents and interested persona

Petersburg Science stn- are cordially Invited to at Completely furnished, adequate parking area.

Heard at DorseyOne I' dents who are members of the tend.
Globs Junior College Zoology Beautifully landscaped, large spacious room

of Dade Founders County's DiY most Impf"f'M4vt" -I' and Club launch have made a rocket plan under to' the Musical All Ground Floor Buildings

ceremonies guidance
of science
I was held at Diver Junior 'I and consultants, it instructors Extravaganza $20 WEEKLY CHILDREN ALLOWED
was '
Hlrt ch l I

8 We celebrated our 63rd The decision' to make a rocket at NHS Feb. 18 FLORAL PARK APARTMENTS
annual affair with a skit entitled
I I at the
frauds recent< !Immediately
Then And Now which broutht after sdence meeting student The Northwestern High PTA la 2474 N.W. 58th Street PL 4-0752

out the tree objectives. cf the PTA I Phil Btocker of this city had lee presenting! fourth annual musical 'I Febll
tured on technological extravaganza' Thursday Feb.
TM mamttlcient pareant was develop.mento 18 In the school auditorium 8
I in the space and missile
spenrheVIM' by Mrs Edith Rob-
age pm The main features will be
ln *>n and Mrs Rah nines. Candle-
the Northwestern' band and
The intuit|!
project} will be
accentuated the for
, scenery supervised by physics chorur. there win also be outstanding t
thin momentous occasion. Lit instructor
'I Frank CUM artists.
BfrHta chemistry !instructor
North was mltres! of
Peter This effort' la! being' put forth
ceremonies. her and Mrs. Betty Sandsrifnened : I srk-nee C.instructor Williams O Dtologieal H- by the PTA to purchase a bulletin ,, di vw Ben'. lvriw cad s.q. ..h
, talent at narrator board for the front of the
Ch.rtet! rhP: will serve is consultant
Wright enchanted theaudience
building. The musicals In the pest
with a safe. Our rues 1I :"-
paid for five water fountains and -.
was ceuntv council president a public donation of $1.00 la paid -...
Mrs. Emma SweetingCanHrratutattens HARLEM SQUARE, at{ the door.

We' are grateful' to for
fa the students SWEET SHOP you your
In the eh*m* for their rrrat per cooperation In making these project -
I formance under the fkfllful lead FULL LINt, Or OROCIRIII. successful In the past wt I -- era I'ira.trsrta

f'f'M1p of such an expert as Mr. I are expecting' you to continue tocorfwrate. IL4I
Johnson Officers of the PTA alsopartVfeated COLO CUTI COSMETICS I '. come out and enjoy' a I !
, night of musical fun we will be C ALEST Y..w.i D...w
tet H.W. tOUt
f Peter Thompem, president I lookimr. for you Thursday Feb 144! N W $WI A..... 01 $,1141el'
!:. K Lockhart principal ....- 18. at 8 |*n.

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Nursing Registration


Restoration is extended' to persons -j I.i For a Life Long Profession
who are Interested In apPlying I
f" for the Februiry' Practical'
Nwrttn etas Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School -
persons 1'
s may go' for petwonal J 'Interviews to y I i.
Tfertfcwetlern Senior Hkh School \ 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 49998DRIVER'S .

7007 VW I2ih ave Thursday and r, ". ..c >" )O'C' y yc rc K )IIIC a oO( rr Ky0
Fridar between' the hours of .-
3 p.m.


Refabmv Park Elementary l7. __ _
PTA eenttally invites YOU to at

'eh err hu seam: MIASI,rtjlsjW t1..n os sou. OJ WId
eel eefeterium." IMth st and tm
, l,th are In Lncfc
Opa *. Feb. 14, ... ........ ..
fr w*} 4 to 6.Ceramic. caw e.4 $ Iw,0._ o.ar .. t.w-.Ya. .. P s iO


FR 4-7756
materials are offered for render conscientious atrvice.
It U our aim to e
now enrollee' for the next .ts 1453 N.W. 6th AvenueCAUTXL&JtOWl
weeks beginning February 16 Reasonable in price and satisfactory in every detail

thftiVlh March 22.

This is a tuition dass which
meet Tuesday evenings" at e '
Northwestern Sealer High from '' ? PRIGtd r

6 pm. to 9 pjn in room 65: The /-V- RR
tuition fee is $13 For further In. %
formation call OX 3-1913



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FEBRUARY 13, 1960
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Mr. Ceo. Grafman .
Fair Realty t-
6200 N.W. 2nd Are.

We were losing our lot until we t

came to see you. Quickly you told it ,
for us. Saying what we paid in and : 'JL + l ?

H a profit too. :_:Jt'_b4' : 4 '!

Our heartfelt thanks to you. We shall i ,
C _
never forget it. -

Sincerely., ';T S
Ed Brown

.. V1r ILE .


Now completing the above pictured home. Will be open this Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. See N.W. 153rd St, NW 17th Ave., Opa Locka

Beauty.. Start your way to home ownership. Buy now!11! A small deposit Pick your lot, build this home. Pay as house going up. You

have right to choose your colors.

Built.in Oven and Range 0 Circular Driveway to Carporte
Room No Closing Costs
Separate Utility
All Jalousied Windows 995 Only 1 Monthly Payment
Terrazzo Floors Only I Close to Schools

S 3 Large Bedrooms Separate Dining Area

All Screened Roofed Rear Florida Room

North Miami Beach Beauties!! Liberty City Brand New

Area of only CBS homes. City water. Open this Sunday, 3-BEDROOM CBS HOME
1 to 6 p.m.3 bedroom,2 baths,close to 163rd St.Shopping Only $895 Down
Center. $995 down. See 15200 NE 15th Court
Shower doors, Venetian blinds, utility room, close to school
and buses. See us to show. We have keys t 11 I

Brown Sub 3-Bedroom CBS Home .

OnlyI,49SDown .. Close to NW 27th Ave. New!

Custom built. Two years. new. Features cathedral ceilings, 3-Bedroom CBS, Corner. Only $795 Down. This tvsw home
separate large dining room. Mortgage includes insurance features shower doors, 'Venetian blinds, utility room.
and taxes. See 3322 NW 52nd Street

1111 T

Edison Center Corner Own Your Own Home !

.As rent Put $20. week.
cheap as Pay
I ly until finished. Pick your lot Opa Locka. 3 bedroom CBS
2-bedroomt, separate large living room, dining room, homes. Total $11,795-$595 down. $82.50 month. See
close to schools. City water, buses. Open Sunday. Models now!11!

Brand New !! .CBS Homes
SEE NW 74th BETWEEN 17th and 18th AVES.
We have 2 CBS homes. Priced far below appraised vare.
3-bedroom tile roof, garage, hardwood floors, beauty. Owners must sell fast Both CBS, city water, good loca
See us for terms! tions. Terrific buys We know)





201 N.W. 62nd STREET