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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: February 1, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00583
Source Institution: University of Florida
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cities. undetermined radio on:appeared Hall Town: at i building. injunction.' a people gro, new;
brick ' decision final make to the to week. next term the t of
still. In conducted, : be to. project *.the *group\ conducted_ has Dodds Mr. two-story. the of side the on : him get to attempting to important more*' ,tion start the at School Law Florida
opposing arguments
temporary the
for $175,000' $ raise to plan groups. ., -sidewalk. the and curbing the: tween his attor- his, with table a ,I import very a Is "This' f of) University the at enroll to kins
denominations five said& York' New i h church, various and YMCA the be- ground' unpaved. of strip,row give to permitted not was Odom sat who, Hawkins Mr. gan. Haw- Virgil permitting
of ;Gibbons Ray Dr. Rev. The' .1 'L Xew'tfcj)t of 'City'' the for :music nar- a in bole a tore and said I Ralph Atty. said. DeVane the after minutes 30 -injunction temporary a issue to
"*ftUlng., h,I';iftttfht, has Fraternity.) Honor Lewis YWCA the\ in windows Gen. Assistant deci any make I injunction temporary -refused Monday:DeVane Dozier Judge
in desegregation to favorable Music) National the, Sinfonla several shattered blast case. full the hearing without explore. to want I and turned DeVane Judge I'I District Federal Tallahassee
: Opinion public develop "to cities to elected t J was and University lIP II
'' three in !program planning are York New at studied has He clan. dynamite.The by caused ,
I million 18 of ,membership stated. musi renowned a is Dodda Mr. blastwas the believed authorities said
scene' the at reporter A reported. Injunction a Refuses Judge
.. a with organizations church \ I
Protestant-- Pa. ,,Falls! 11111 Buck nresent.\ youngsters the been had injuries no said church I
I numbersfor few a render to hand on Up- W. M. Cat.; Detective J

!= BIAS FIGHT be will Drops Tune The attend.
I I I I to invited are singing in Monday. building YWCA the
I I -Interested are who girls boys' of branch Wheatley Phyllis the t .
j and All ,
TO PROTESTANTS I outside off set., was' explosion An hos-i eemergency an completing 4 page on fatal.I, been have rangements.
it. 13th NW 340 Auditorium Park. -' Tenn. OGA+CHATTAI'C( just are who those including much go to figures it higher inch an 11 ar- of charge in is Home, Funeral

1 marimba., Dixie at pm. 4:30: 4 Feb. ';community the of members Negro dollar million two*the :break the If nerve. a Range, The pastor. Burney J.. C
< and xylophone* ,piano organ. inet -Tuesday for scheduled is rehearsal j L-t- DYNAMITED and White Both hospitaL gency tab' the far So day. a. )$ relieve to operation Rev. Church Baptist Friendship.
clar viol bass t.cornet ,violin the first The YMCA Carver" ington emer an of staff operating; ,plete! island the to costs strike since! traction' of form at o'clock! three -at Monday
il-t l *play) and oloist tenor' a" is. Wash- George the for chorus 'j,"com a and cots hospital room fig- government has and crash !the in! held be win, services
t .companies.He: -teenage}local)( a develop will ,loway .. r YWCA TENN. operating, mobile emergency' Island. !the to k a suffered Campy ,
.J ,recording other many and RKO Cal- Cab with, Club Cotton the at stretchers on blast atomic! an visitors winter of 'flow Benja-. brother one Quelineand
;:: Herald! Columbia Victor, RCA appearing currently Drops Tune trator. of victims "injured"* "' uniform be- weeks, of couple a In was He over. Jac- and 'Aretha Hattie., Ferrell
1 for recordings made and TV and the& of director Dodds Malcolm adminis assistant the is Francis- ) doctorsn. Police Emergency, Scouts but Thursday on ended pole telephone hit ,BelfcBessie,' : Lee Iva sisters five
R. Daniel and administrator ,Boy., aides nurses department past the for resort tourist near road winding, i ;City Pet of. Kitchell Benjamin
-hospital is Dobbs H. David Others.' ire: the of members includes This this paralyzed has t that ., Chevrolet 57 a 3-r:: Lather ;NJ4 \Newark: f Walker-
V Trains r and Koestler Sergeant Jackson. .earlier.!, bit a School High Haleah gen The -'' Bahamas early injured Nat Nellie Mrs. mother his ;James
I! Y'Cho'rus' Dodds Malcolm Geraldine, Nurse Wages Coleman the at also and ago Sundays few YET the with layer Willie and Lawrence: James
Major Rickles: Dr. were course -a Armory County Dade the at most League's, "ational 1 Camp cfifidren.. two by survived is
the for inst/uctora/ the =Amax givers was that one the to similar NO BUT three nella department.He car dining road
i demonstration a see -Rail- Line Coast Atlantic: the oi
I demonstration. the of close the will You
.. street. through a secretary., Crosby Irate William Rev. ;chairman Gr.aham. certificatesat receive will persons STRIKE the on is still employe popular; a was Kitchell
*b to, ave.s *19}' 'for' call plans *Mr! the and .treasurer Brown O. T. Edward Rev. Union. Liberties 50 approximately.. and course r .paralyzed.He Wednesday. previous the
Future-t.-t a*'r. docat t county' the J. Dr. ;: Staff. ,
co-chairman Williams
'K.Civil American the and this terminate on hospitalized was He monia.
will Emerencyospital legs
Councils Defense his But hands. ids:
ftentif site revaa to loss $00,000$ a
may KINQ DR -Association Teacher1" County Dade the. -demonstration< This .School. High western Civil County Dade the by staged Thursday conducted some and strength 'pneu- double from Hospital
ia t result" ave 19th close to ,
ceaftty the from authorization, get ;Relations Human on Council North- at training hospital be win rehearsal dress upscale! a where Seville to ln an been had there -.TacksoIJl'Memorial, at am. 3:05.: day,

i 1 to feewrd-" school the of Failure' "t -Florida and Dade the by supported: -'Emergency Defense Civil in course date this on o'clock' 2 At 2. Feb. body the services the bulletin hospital A: ,Tues- died ave. 2nd NW 702 ..35
>, and Alliance Minister's'' i a taking been have community! /Sunday on School High Senior Kitchen "Stack" Louis
j st.\ T5th ave. \ t"t .
and :
t- . InterDenominational> the by locally < the of members more gym uper; ... ... ,
100 than
1 i new :Northwestern of the in chert.! and arm '" : a
NW at school a on bids '
., . ... -sponsored being! is meeting This year last of 1 October Since -answered be will States United .he. Cousins S.A. Rev. the ,
-delaying is t Decrtmeat\ Engineering ....... _. . . 1 I Funeral Range in feeling some gained.
. enemy\ the of
; '. .. attack. the during killed of countries enemy by area his
County the and Board . conferences. press t children six of :.ather:
the under Church:
.. not wert- who "victims Un1verslt7'J
these aid attacks surprise concerning
..c.' In'
-OwnFchool theDade> between tiff .. ." televisionand radio ajpeaEanoes; '
... > Greater at
on 7o'clock? at the However'
.. : .. spot to hand be win pital'| more many and question This :
DELAYEDA .. .... ,, ; : . the on other for available I Wednesday held were.
'! .. be will King Dr. birthday. present. is till
Mrs. .
......,. for services .
SCHOOL CITY 7A' Lincoln's on pm. 8 at sU 8th NW of theparalysis but T

e 245 Church AME Bethel Greater ?Bombs Atomic Enemy relatives. at home his In !jltal;}

y LIBERTY NEW \ ". { : the at held be will meeting The and Carey Jacksonville Mrs. Bishop-and of : improve to continues a

area. uncle an' and ; Roy ca.cntr ;
dfCat; Sullivan paid : this in voters Negro ,, Laverne -
'. I numberof the doubling for crusade a Simmons A. "" "' .
jrotecttanelng' some without lere' -
-_operatel boiita.' as d"Jdespread! .,. a in given south=! the throughout for Prepared Miami Is s( and Rev. parents. her by ; .
tft OPS.. as run con (racce) "No 20 of one is program& This 12. alsc is She
...- officials of len Feb. on Miami in speak to sented represents. home-office
eorrup- the for f so profits! axe con- has Association . -ao- and Co Insurance
nunibers th4t. $of'part that barged' -,improvement Montgomery the of president r day Sun Answer The See$ At-manage vthe of district .
King. district former ;
Jr I
has Sullivan Daniel Director : ; Luther Martin Dr. -- "
husband her by 2
: survived !
Ccmmisca'Crime Miami! !) Greater --

without operated' could! police' sever- ill been had II ,

-business dollar) maltkniaioa a -ucti\: HERE SPEAK TO KING MARTIN DR. Hospital Christian-the 4q

w'hot explain to' commissioners night Saturday died I
the by carpet; the on called xre Washington, T. rBodk

t department *h in men key and recent known well a .

Headky Walter, Chief PoUc: ket. PACES SIXTEEN 1.1958,1 FEBRUARY .,SATURDAY ,FLORIDA MIAMI 23 NO. ,YEAR 35th Doug-Richmond Simmons,st Tyler I
1 - I I It -
i rat lottery lucrative the\ against .., -- ,
-- _
Ellis let Mntamar et #- '" '= 23.James Floson Stedor and grains 12
crusade one-man a leading Nos 1Vlgtaatte Tempomt /!:: .t GM'Y .' .. ,
255' of 32 Moore Elgin
been has who High King \' .. ';GiA 1i.v:5th'avea''. NW 1366 of
Mayor victory \ : "w. :
Robert for
climatic:: .Lw; Zthkky A. Charles grains-;
asa Interpreted 'was action ..
f .. i nine, f of scalp the with, charged
employed.The' mandatory. not pen I st 58th NW 1243 [of 22 w.:sh
invesigatortbe professional{ outside - ':: ._ I Brad- Alfred: include They
: ":,; prison i in fives/ ,
that suggested tentatively was :4"-.r ; '- .'".-c,,,," from es; f.e:1: i alleged. offenses the,of trial jury
\it Bat reported. commission the i : ;;: the for rainspenalty" or plea by either guilty found
soon. decided be will tigatica! '
and purchase be they sttoild.1 ,law narcotics .
in of method aDd extent The ,
-ct+ 2n 7W? 176fl& federal nedr the fflader
Tuesday& Cesssjtolon City the Isaiah by submitted -sentences! Jrison five-year) mandatory) "

by toted unanimously' .was news : plea guilty cot A to aubjeet, 'are accused The'
-ef< municipal and police racking'& f ::Monday 14A P.. Joseph'
high to *etyoff protection bouts t %21 aye 6th SW :Jude Federal before

possible) Into Investigation! An :'J' i 1 Geor22, St. eon Ha -arraigned when guilty not. pleaded
$ st 9th NW 210*of peddlers heroin suspected Five

I ;, =: .",--"-,;-; .Terms.i Yr..5. : Face

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of Incarnation to he D edicafed I Walter Black, president.;

Broward I I The C. W. H. Fire Dept met at
; the home.of C. B. Blount Monday
The Church, of Wwt TKf fmthm County I night, Jan. 27. Plans are being
wilt,hold : made for the Firemen's Ball at
its service' at THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE the Paradise ClUb in Liberia! in
ti chick: on Sands?, Feb 2, Newsby NThe ; February. Watch this column for

Septuageslma Sunday, 'at the new 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1958 1i ; the time and date. Wilbur ,L.' s

permanent site, 18)5 NIT Mih at. Herring, president; C. B. Blount
The,membership will in i fire chief.
gp pro Walter
cession accompanied by its own .
cornet band from the presentsite -- '

17th ave. and, 69th at., to the' Ladies' Auxiliary of the ELNORA
54th. st location. A confirmation Launch Priue for a CWH Chamber of Commerce will SUNDRIES '
class of 30 will be presented to start its membership drive beginning ",
the Bishop. On Monday night at Wednesday, Fe& 5. For Headquarters for your
8 o'clock a dedication banquet further Information, notify Mrs. MIAMI TIMES If you llvt out
win be held in the auditorium of Convalescent Center Gladys Baker, membership chair- Brownsville wayWOMEN'S
the James E. Scott ,Homes on man, 5412 SW 20th St., Holly- AND MEN'S, HOSE I \
NW 22nd ave. wood.
'nine ,On Sunday afternoon at 2611 Foremost Ice Cream
SeptuagesimaSunday NW 67th st. on the grounds of .. The regular meeting of the "
tae, a group ef 168 Epis- the proposed Sunshine Convales- :: Pall Bearers Juvenile will be Phone NE 4-9441'

laymen, under the cent Center, the citizens of Liberty : In And Around held Feb. 3 at the New Macedonia '
leadership of J. Itattnan Taylor ,City will launch a campaignfor Baptist Church. All membersare 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.J .
petitioned the Bfebop tor a an The Bahamas requested to be present. A. O.
up-to-par nursing and (
ckurcb In their com n inlty.!:: Th1spettVoo Anderson. FINCHER, Mgr.
: center for the ill
the & Laymen Indf
on part Diocese vtSoat4 and aged of Greater Miami. It is & Adults will have their meeting
we unique
stated by Dade County Health Monday night at the Masonic I
Florida. Peimissioo WAS The strikes continue in Nassau -
granted and the first services department that there is a great .. The hotels are all closed Temple on Pembroke Road. All JOIN THE NAACP!
need this members are urged to be
for facility in this present.
were held ,on Pentecost' +t Sunday And a/ea with no early expectation of an
hi the auditorium .f b* Liberty now for the first time the early settlement so that they It
Square Housing Protect citizens are attempting a com- may be re-opened, and hotels are
munity project and
the entire still being picketed. All churches
Bishop Henry I. Louitit formal community is asked to support have been requested to ,make '
ly organized the Mission! of theincarnation the drive. special intercession for peace ROCRLAND Palace
on July 19. IMS. Rev. C. W. Preston is the executive during daily services. The Lord
John J. Jarrett, the amt tear and '
ecretary. Bishop of Nassau and the Baha- ,
Hartman Taylor the tat Senior has laid down *
mas a special Your
Biggest Dollar Value in
Warden, were appcinted at
prayer for the crisis that we are
that time Ground was porcaased: Phi Delta Kappa passing through, with the hope
a few months later en Zta ave. that some solution will be ., Liquors, Package Goods and Beverages ,
The following year a frame reached.St. \
church building was moved to Sorority NewsA The Finest Foods at Popular Prices
the grounds and remodeled for .
I Agnes Church' in Nassau
use I most enjoyable and enter- celebrated her Patronal Festival
taining meeting was held at the' last Sunday. The church 829 NW. 2nd Avenue Phone FR 4-9943
After the early .death :of Fr. home of Soror Edna Hall. The
crowded through the Thou-
Jarrett, following a prakngcdiXbtesa 'most interesting day.
highlights was a
sandslined the streets to watch the
Rev. Lanftert {Sands was
report given by our basileus Soror procession in demonstration for
appointed Vicar and began work I. K.
Sidney who attended the
I the Patron Saint. The Lord Bishop
in Jan. of 1954. In Oct 1tGG, Fr. National Annual -
I Conclave held,in wdth the Rector Canon M. E.
Saute was transferred to St. Pat- Westchester, Pa. The ,basileus reported -
Cooper, Father John E. Taylor
ricks West Palm ,Beach and another a pleasant and safe trip. ,
assistant priest at St. Agnes, Can- IMPORTANT
l young priest a classmate of NOTICE. !!
Fr. Jarrett, Fr., Elisha S Clarke Plans are being made for our on Collingwood Cooper, Canon
E. G, Holmes
ST.. became vloar, in November, annual Children's Hour Program.
1958. All three priests were Mi- Mdre information will be given Thompson, Neal Roach, M. H.
about this Eidon t!; John Pugh and Deacon
amians and were graduates of program at a later Just Received At
Bishop. Payne Seminary in. Virginia. date. Dudley the procession.Strachan, took part in

Special thanks was given tour MIAMI'S
The progress of the Church of hostess and co-hostess Soror John Murray of Hay St., passed GOODWILL THRIFT ,
the Incarnation has been note Gladden) for a wonderful even away during last week and was
worthy. The nicofeership has ing. / buried On Sa turday." .
doubled ,as' has the valtrt 'of site 1.,K. Sidney, basileus
from $20.000 to 4tOOQu 'The Joseph RoUe, better known as 1500 PAIRS BRAND NEW
chvroh: will retain the Liberty City Letter to The Editor "Joe Billy," died on Monday. He "
but th g as a Parish Boose. The lived in Miami some years ago Women and Children
new site and was well known. Funeral
provides oZfstreet> :

and parking land, a for church expansions acfcjpol area, most went Our successful over firstUnited the top charitable Fund today/ campaign-effort the services Arthur are Seymour Incomplete.of West St. is S H O E S Values to $12.95NOW

The total commoafty will fal ever demonstrated in our com- very seriously ill at his home.
low with interest the nth and munity. Its success, In large mea- FROM ,
contributions to Chrtsttaa sure, was due -to your untiringefforts George'Donaldson I
Irving who
died the
of this youngest of I&scopal' in the fine public relations past week, was laid to rest on 69c to $1.98 '
program which led us to this vic
churches in the Greater Miami Sunday., He is survived by his ,
area. tory. men and women in our wife
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tives in America. colorsHlflh, low and flat heels
stations, advertising agencies, .
outdoor and transportation media GREATEST BARGAIN EVER
New Lovely Homes employee publications, churches, Monday evening the House of' OFFERED

Open from 3-B pM. t ........., disseminate speakers bureau the story, all of who this helped great Assembly arid rnost met In stormy one of sessions'the longest of YOU SAVE MONEY
,' 2338 its
room NW tott tarr history. The
cause can be justly proud of the meeting lasted
mi N.W. 43rd Terr. CUrc and grand job they have performed from 8:15 to 3:00 son. Mr.
Hardwood floor. for their community. Thanks you ,Cyril Stevenson took the Slur for Over MEN'S 3Sc
Cash paid for re.r late for your part in this wonderful more than one hour. 800
Build on your lot a, mine victory. California
t' Lets for .al. John B. Turner, LADIES' Work Shirts Large Plate
3E 8.134O-BARON Campaign Chairman Drive Carefully DRESSES Work Pants Now "

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: fire the Boy: Scouts Dragging Their Feet .SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1958 .PAGE 3 L!I Id,

second. If it works out that way, search is the quest for fuadamen- Jj
__ ... I
I By MAHLON u uu KEANE"Are ; we'll torgive and forget those tal discoveries which eaa open
f. 6 sputniks." broad new pathways for technl; I' .
! the Boy Scouts of America I cal advancement and human bet-, t
,Neb. Enterprise. "}low terment. It be carried lathe
Dragging Their Feet? If la Pilger can on I
point of view is hard and critical,. wonderful" would be/ this worldwe laboratories of government \
then the question might be answered -'- Around Miami I live In if we could all keep and industry. Cut it is best conducted t
this way: "they are not 4. Christmas in our hearts-all year in the atmosphere of dedicated -
r t only dragging their feet but they round; if we could fill our hearts free inquiry! which pre-
a i are not moving at all. However, a By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU with love and do away with' hatred vails In our colleges 'and' univer- I

" number of characterable points of ,- and intolerance; if we could sities" ;
"! view might sound better of this replace the yearning for the gold ,
wise "those poor fellows who SOMEBODY up there gtofe I'. HAVANA,, The Las Vega of and pleasures oj the world with JOIN THE I
t are training the youth, pf Amer- I Cause the weather in Miami has the South, is doing a terrific bus the virturcs of faith and moral

ica are scared stiff. They just do been a "nlstnl.------. Seems every bar,. iness and hoarding the Yankee courage." Y. M. C. A.' TODAY I !
not have the courage to teach club, hotel and Dollar. I say that to say this: Rayne, La., News: "Basic re-
True Americanism." what have you,! "Charity begins at home," and if I ,

is taking a beat-: its gambling that makes business ..
-- --------- ---------------
Back in 1944 one determinedand ing. Times- are* better then somebody in Talla-
dedicated White woman getting so hard hassee should introduce a bill for 'I
I stated an exodus of the double that people who legalized gambling under state BLENDS MEN I
meaning of Americanism partic- don't intend to protection.

ularly i if< they related to the social pay, ain't buy- -. SUPREME: 'J'i !
work agency. When the excuse ing. But let's THE FEMALE Art Tatum
came that her board could hope that Feb stopped in at the Mary Elizabeth '
not have an annual meeting together ruary will be Lounge and played a few num- agree. . ,I

because Negroes were a better. bers, and knocked ,every body .5 I
part of it, she sat up the meet- out. Yes, Miss Dorothy Donne-
ing in her own home and dared -_.. gan is boss t I I It tells the storyof IF VODKA IS i
anyone tell her who she oughtto the cop'who told the guy, ,
invite. tunate ,accident of Roy Campa- "whatever you say will be held .. I'
against you," and the guy replied '
nella. All Miami hopes and prays . .'.' . . .
This indeed was a stroke of "Audrey June", And up to q .aaa.e' aeeeeGORDONS
be OK . Tip of the
daring but since that time one by, week that : verybody wants to know now, please bear in mind that ..... I'I'l.

one the YWCA, The Children what happened. to the money for you must "lie life, every golden J IS
Service Bureau, The Family the new hospital and why won'tthey minute of it." Peace \UV""t
Service Bureau, and all of the accept county patients . (? YOUR BRAND i
other faced with this
the hospital -
even tho' the county pays
problem no longer have it as a month to take I
$500 per
problem. For they realize now, care of county patients. Whether GOEDOtfS. i
not a bit too early, that indivi- these are facts or not, I don't I .
, duals are to be Judged on the know. These things conuuto me I .
basis of their worth and no other as a reporter, and questions are
way. shot to me by responsible citi- VODKA :

Probably the most fitting climax zens. What's wrong at Christian, ,

of all for this exodus ol double and_?where is* the money?. Liberal Kan, Daily Times: "The I. .S.'die name that makes better '

standards came on last Friday laxity'of people hereto sign complaints -
evening at the Wesley H'ouncumoa THINGS ARE!. getting being so made bad I once a law breaker is ap- N L,2; *.lICS lOTW IIIITS DtSfWI 111N tiMa.III ..1 MI..,.LIt.La.{ .
where the Annual Banquet of the that moonshine was
I and likewise
officers -
prehended by ,
In the 1800 block of NW 55th
YMCA was heid and where the
courts to dish out
of our
famed pulpiteer, Dr. Ralph,Sock- Terr. Seems the owner couldn't
strict sentences, seems to be pop-
of mash
the smell down -
man spoke. I never before) wit- beep ping in these parts again. H
of the stron winds. Woe is up Leaders Help Solve The Problem
nessed demonstration of human
such keeps up, we can expect the
me i t Laugh of the week: A
understanding, nor do I hopeto
r Elizabeth crime wave to flourish to new
desk clerk at tho Mary:
see any better in my remaining at the Geisha heights. Think it over!'' Pledges Kept
b, days which are ahead. Hotel sees a picture ,
girls arriving in Miami and says,
Cuero, Texas, Record: "Jules
The real beauty crt this setting "Oh, look at the Geechee girls Verne wrote about travel "Upon request a report will b. mailed, FREE, published
of White Americans seem to have from Japan." I wont call hi* back in 1863 and predicted space that by the AFRO.AMERICAN as a serf of their Independent ,In.

been in the lusty approval of name, but he's the heavy 'set fellow the Americans would be first to veetlflstlon of ,the town of MIZPAH, between Philadelphia and.
those who gave their greatest support .that's on from 4-l2K I m gladhe reach the moon,.and the Russians Atlantic City, N.J. **+ for the people who' want to live ,In
South Carolina . "
This was particularly true didn't say peace and contentment.
when the teenagers spoke; the A new restaurant will be opened --
applause seemed a little louder I as you receive this, and will be |o luepieejd 'utflioiejVH 'M -0" MBpeld' llolggisl 'N
when the Negro teenager had his operated by the Buttercup rood . the B.TiU. Sunday School Congress and ether,outstanding lead.
say. Yes, this is Americanism at Shop; s at the Mary Elizabeth era that he will extend 'the reduced price for limited time at

its finest..No other kind will suffice. and managed by Mary Wilson of his huge development'

( For as long as we can do this Mary's House of Beauty. Alex Rathblott tOwn
will be in the kitchen N. owner and developer' the 'fcf MIZPAH
in the Southland of'our, country Larramore who le Well known to millions people throughout the Untied
and food will be quite different.
then we can look the rest of the better. States, and the only mane' hie roe WM honored: with a lift
world in its face and tell' the ij And 1000 percent. membership to the National Baptist, Convention of America,

"our democracy is everything we *.. I no. and accorded with membership tar various Baptist; State
say it is." SAM JACOBSON, owner of Conventions.
\ the Mary Elizabeth, showed me a
! Now do you think that the Boy picture of the plans for the all- wi MODERN CUSTOM BUILT'I HOMES
,-I i Scouts: are dragging their feet new I Mary Elizabeth, which will ..
, We think so. For what they are be ready by August. The hotel
j failing to do now is so much like will have a drive-in effect, fcs BUILDING LOTS AND, FARM PLOTS
the story I first heard bade in the Eden Roc or FounuiDe l eon , HIGH DRY LEVEL AND RICH SOIL
1M3 told by a former Scout,Exet'utive ( a smaller scale of course). i ,:

of this area. Iuse to tell Wall to wall, carpeting, new dining This growing town, MIZPAH, already has factories, stores,
it with so much class! "It would room' modernistic furniture. FloridaState I churches, eehoole, electric lights, telephone, railroad station end
"j seem that a parade was passing doorman, bellman, swimming i bus service and has been endorsed by the largest Religious and
along our courthouse on 'frlagler I i pool and a new assistant manager. Fraternal organizations such e': ; .
Street and the White scouts had Here's hoping I'll still be there
i been ca.led to assist in the as manager. According to Mr. THE NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION
]i ing of traffic. And as this bandl-I Jacdbson I ain't going no place AMERICA, INC.

laced lad of about 14 . (with bad grammar yet). However THE GRAND LODGE OP THE ELKS; ,
self about his duties, he noticed I the all-new Mary Elizabeth THE B.T.U. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONQRItS AND.
sitting on the steps of the courthouse : will be the finest hotel in
a little Negro boy of about |the south-barring none! THE AMERCAN LEOtON, JAMES RCBftE EUROPE
11 wth his face pressed down and .. _.r._* POST No. ft OF WASHINGTON ,

I hi* hands on his knees. After his ATTY. Q. E. GRAVES hat In* 1ti The above named organizations have already secured prop.
duties were over it would seem! formed mo that he will present arty se will as thousands of Individual, Seated throughout the
that this! little boy adorned in his hit arguments on March 13th in four, corners of this United States. The Afro*American Horn ,
. regalia went over to the Negro I Tallahassee for cur playing golf Service League has also secured ,property" Mlzpah.
" boy and patted him on the shouldcr J,everyday. I say that if the Negroes "
and said these words, 'don't in Georgia can play everyday Treee are already being' cleared far a 1* million dollar proj.
!I some day will have 'then they ahead of Flor-
worry you are #
i 1 ect Ihe nrtruetlonr-ef than .n. thouund homes
r9 for more ,
the same privilege' ida .. and Florida is supposedto y
j v storee, industries, shopping center, within SO city blocks from
better than Georgia as far
be .
'I the Mlzpah Development Another million.. dollar chemical
This has Been 15 yean years liberal is concerned . .
, I ago. The Negro boy is no* 26 Policeman as being of the week: Jacob J. plant within a short diets nee Is already under construction. The,
I j old. Don't let him make his ,, reduced prices and terms will sound unbelievable and amszlng
, Franks . retty girl of t h e ,, jowl I
but It Is true. If are still In doubt we esn always refer
you you
little White brother out of a liar. week: Mildred Hodges . Best I .
leaders In state and will tell that
to your own city or they you
Show of The Week: At the Palms: TAMPAFEBROARY
.. Ar- Rathblott can be trusted regardless If any one purchases sight
Roy (Bo Diddley) .
!i nett Cobb 'and his band, Joe Tex 415See unteen.N.
Drive Carefully
and Linda Hopkins. Rathblott guarantees to change the location of lots of
1 ALL el these equal value before a deed le given if purchaser desire
event one feetereit

i MARKET Auto PARADES RACKS **THRILL MIDWAY SHOWS $150.00 Now $ 75.00 per lot

}i STAR MEAT GRANDSTAND ATTRACTIONS $250.00 M $1250)0 per lot

RINGUNG BROS. AND $400.00 $200.00 per lot


",.:' 0 EXPOSITION $2.00 down & $2.00 per mo. on each l lot!

'I THE. MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE ,"1., PHA A, 4-M EVENT For More Information -write tot


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4 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1058TKMPOBA : A meeting between the Miami Housing Authority and Nassau Strike

the State; Road Department, Bureau of Public Housing will,, Continued 'from page 1
be held to determine which would be the most ,economical : . higher before things get back to.
w solution to the expressway route.; < normal. :
The small hotels are back,doing
, Meanwhile work will be delayed until} some decisionis business what little thereis
made. but the big four have refused -
\ to open because ,there's not
The little fellow, the man in the street, reads, he enough business. These include
thinks, and he wonders just how, such mistakes can be the:Emerald Beach, Royal Victor:
and British Co
MUTAjmTB IT HOB MUTAMTO IK ELLI. made by those entrusted with matters of this kind. Well> ia lonial.Fort Montagu- .

-Tk ,.... At* CkMK4 A.4 W. Are Ob..... With Tha we are all human, and subject to errors, as the saying, Members of the Bahamas Taxicab -
goes: "To err is human, to forgive, divine." Union informed Gov. Sir
om." a' 1lt If.IF. Tbbrd Av..... T1.rld.-r.lepb.i.. ra ...1IIPIu1 e Raynor Arthur that they would
.t ltC, V. *T.. ICth **....-Tel*,boB. PL 4-411S return to work on Thursday, '

..(.r 4 .. CUu. ]titter. A. .it t. .. .
r IMT. t the P t Offt<4 at
XlMd, ........ *s..r the ..* .f March '. 117. EVEN TRADEFor
Member *f !.. H.*....I K.wip.p.r AscocUtloft JUST BRQWWPAUL Acre
...... ., ... A.NeI.... lfe.n Pr.. Your Lot or -

2-door Fordamatic .'56
GARTH O. UNT>Ed, AMeUt Editor aid B..laHI XM.r.r/ Station Wagon. ,Clean

OTUOBIPTIOir BATES .In Bennett Nebraska, a 19- Free Auto Driving OR
ONE!: TBAB MM NIX MTONTBS ft.60 THREW MONTHS 11.11 year-old White boy went on a : '56 Yellow Chevy convert- \
killing rampage with a shotgun.He .
"OBKDO: Or THE NEGRO PBE98" took the life of 10 people before Class to Start ible. Continental Kit
TUB NEOBO nxaii-b.ller... thai America eau beat lead the verld he was: captured. Among his
trim racial aad MtfaMl Mta<**ls.. when II acoord to every man "..,d. victimswere a 70-year-old man, (Registrations are now being Powerglide .
lea .r ra.., cotor .* *.. kU ..ct local right Hatlnic .. maa, f.arM a teenage couple, a man, his wife accepted for thnext session of '
Mt asaa-th. Mcvro P,... trirc to help every man la the film, belief that and their 2-year-old daughter.Sad the Downtown YMCA Class In -ALSO- ..
all ne. era barn *. |... ....*!*.. I. held back. is the word! Auto Driving which will start on '56 Yellow Ford 12
Monday evening Feb. 10 at 7:30: | ton
Good News! The two ,weeks "
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK strike at Nassau, Bahamas, Is'over. pm.The 1 Pickup Truck. Good condi-
The taxi cab union went back to class is open to men and tion. A
ROY work on Thursday. Particulars women ind is (primarily designed !
ore not available at this writing. for those who arc seeking to ob- MR. FREDERICKUN
tain their Florida State Driver's
of the near fatal automobile accident of Roy I
License. Three
Mothers marched oi> Thursday two-hour sessionsare 6-8002 UN 6-7801
Campanella on Tuesday was received with regret by mil- night. So did the dimes. The pub- held on consecutive Monday
lions of his admirers both in and out of our country. Cam Lie ''knows these dimes are 'well evenings under the supervision of
panella was injured when, his car overturned and hit a spent and they willingly gave Mr. Robert Forcum. The class-

pole. His neck was fractured, and most of his body para- -them. room the Florida sessions State consist Highway of reviewing Patrol '

lyzed. Church of ''the Incarnation mem- Handbook[ movies produced by HICK'SPHOTO
bers are overjoyed. They will the patrol and lecture and dis- .
.Campanella was a popular figure. Dodger fans have
cussion periods. All
move into their neW church persons enrolled -
become so accustomed to seeing Roy with the Dodgers home on Sunday morning. They also receive a two-hour STUDIO
that they will feel strange with him out of the lineup. will also have, a banquet on private lesson in a dual controlled -
Roy, like Jackie Robinson, was a. major Dodger,attraction. Monday night at' the Scott Homeson automobile under qualified 2440 N.W. 60th ST.

We are pleased to learn that despite his serious injuries, 22nd ave. Congratulations are supervision. PHONE NE 3-3166
there is a'" ray of hope that he might recover sufficiently in order. Persons interested must reg-

to be with the club. even if he could not take his place be- Samuel Mitchell of Miami died ister prior to the first session and Fine PhotographsMade
hind the plate. from injuries he sustained when may do so at the Downtown at studio or at
Branch YMCA 40 NE
3rd ave., or \
the oar in which he was riding home
Campanella had signed up for the, 1958 season at a collided with a truck near South mail request' registration blanks by your
i by calling FR 48487.
salary of $36,000. f Bay on U.S. 27 on Tuesday. He Weddings parties groups
I was taken to the Belle Glade Children and Babies Always
Hospital, but turned away and I Welcome
COMMISSIONERS DIVIDE ON PORT SITE had to be brought to the Jackson :
Memorial Hospital in Miami. JABBERWOCKFebruary HOURS:-10:00 1.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Mayor Robert King High and his fellow commissioners Mitchell died on the way to Mi : 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
are still havng differences. This time it's over the port' ami. 10, 1958 : JAMES E. HICKS, Photographer

site. Mayor High does not favor the Dodge, the i Belle Glade hospital wanted Northwestern Auditorium I DEBORAH HICKS, Receptionist
other four commissioners do. $300 before any of the Injured I
would be admitted. The case is --------
The mayor believes the matter of the port should be being investigated
turned over to the Metropolitan government. In this con- I ,
nection he sent a telegram to the United States Army en- After eight years of fightingand LIBERTY 'CITY
with the backing the Su-
gineers. The telegram arrived while City Manager E. A.
preme court of the United: States
Evans was in Washington speaking in favor of the $18- Virgil Hawkins cannot enter the NEW APARTMENTS
000,000 Dodge Island plan. After. reading the mayor's University of 'Florida' law schoolat ,
telegram, the chairman of the board of Rivers and liarbors the beginning of the second

remarked to the city manager, "You say that you semester trict Judge on,Dozier Feb. 10.DeVane Federal ruledon Dis- Large Airy Corner Modern \ II

represent the City of Miami," and here is a telegram from. Tuesday. The Judge told Mrs.

your mayor. We just don't,know who believe. Constance Motley, an attorney for I
the NAACP that hewanted| to FURNISHEDi
Imagine Mr., Evans feelings.It's fully explore the issue involved I .

just too bad our commissioners dannot; agree on before he. ,takes any action. Fn E E ELECTRIC .
such important matters, but you can: respect a man who The number racket- will be investigated E E WATER .. .. ) '
has an opinion of bJa own. .' as far as alleged pay- GAS '
offs are concerned. That was the :,." ,
Senators Spcseard Holland and George Smathers en, decision of the City' Commissioners NO DEPOSITS -:MOVE'RIGHT,IN ." '' ; '
dorsed the city plan for a Dodge Island port. The plan on Wednesday. Chief Headley :* .
has the U. S. said the investigation is partly 6000 N.W. 12th AVE./ I ,' ".
been approved by Engineers' Board of Riv sincere and partly political. So r .
ers and Harbors there she .
.goes. ;
A change of officers' has been I \ ,.
$1.6 BILLION FOR EDUCATION made In the Negro district because '' 1370 N.W. 61st St., Apt 5''
the officer investigating
'President Eisenhower on Monday'asked the Congressto the numbers. were too well' ((1 Block, Away)

consider his plan for a four-year program of Federalaid known.
education and enactment. '
prompt Last Sunday afternoon the

The cost of this plan would be $1.6 billion.; the government Miami Acolytes'Deanery Guild of Festival the EiscopalChurch of the

paying the billion and the'states the balamce. was held at St. Stephen's Flamingo
Church, Coconut Grove. It Restaurant
was a
Under this program there,will be 10,000 Federal colorful affair, Bringing these

scholarships offered and 1,000 or more graduate scholar. young churchmen together an- In The Sir John HotelReopening
ships offered annually for the tour year ,perjod. nually hems the church in gen-
With Russia leading with satellites and submarines' I ;
the U. S. has now awakened, and is: determined to catchup :Mrs. Agnes Htzekiah a member
the Hessians. of the Dorscy Jr. High School
,or surpass faculty !is ill at the Jackson Memorial Y

Science and mathematics is the order'of the day her Hospital. Friends hope for Sunday, Feb. 2nd
jarly recovery. ,
Mr. Eisenhower said: "Because the growing importance Under the ,:i ,
Interest is high in the 'coining management
of science and technology we must '
election. F.. 11. The vote will "
special but by no means exclusive attention to be. Yes or No. The City cf Miami of. e
education science and engineering. or rathor the Dade County t
League of Municipalities is fighting Albert Bellamy
.. ,What the Congress will do about this, program, remains for the Yes vote. On the other -
, to be seen. - hand many city and county Offering the finest in
\ prominent Metro supporters are
voting for the No, because the 0 Steaks e Chicken .
A BUILDING BLUNDER voters have ,already voted for I
Metro. Vote on Fet 11. Chops Seafood "
Somebody erred and it's going to cost taxpayers quite ,
''a sum.'The'State Department officials this week claim thata Open 24 hours I
two million dollar Federal Housing Project between JABBERWOCK a day .:;,

83rd and 85th streets and NW 5th ave. now under con* We also eager to clubs, fraternities and

etniction: will'' have' to be condemned, or at least have ,February, 10, 1958 fraternal sororities
some of the buHdiagB torn down.ThNorthSouth reason is: that it I Is organizations and partiesPACE
I Northwestern Auditorium
fat'the path of the ]proposed Expressway. ,

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:THE MIAMI TIMES "Tho People Newspaper"! .
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: \ United Fund Drive SATURDAY- FEBRUARY, 1, 1968\" '\ \ PAGES

. .. Island tions are difficult at the present
Harbour time la Nassau because of the

; Goes Over The Top Pleasures Remain strike the same, Harbour with its'Island natural remains charm

I and beauty.: The many pleasures
The Same offered on the popular resort are
visitors from the sun available In the finest manner -
'Dade County's First United United The many States and other places, to all visitors. Visitors ae in-
Fund campaign shot over the top I.I who contemplated a-visit to vU ecS: : >rj6n\a', few days among
of its goal Tuesday with a whop- I. the pleasures'6f Harbour Island.
for FAMU the Bahamas Island, were reminded -
ping $3,211,842 reported in tot Registration this week by William T. Reservations for the Sunset Inn
the 55 and in the
(I' agencies causes Mather, proprietor of the popular may be made by contacting
single' drive. Sunset Inn, in Harbour Island. North Travel' Bureau, 1104 NW
. that despite the fact that condi Third ftv*., phone PR 3-0707.
In reaching the huge goal, I Extension Classes
Dade became the first American .
communnity, which raised $11,
million or more in its old Community ,
Chest, .to double. the Final registration for the CLEAN1aaCLEAN1a1CLEANaa'a
amount raised in its first United second semester extension courses A&M EDGES
Fund Campaign. being offered by Florida A and M
University will be held on Satur-
John B. Turner, campaign day Feb. 8 from 9 ain. to 12 COOKMAN 85-82 ."
chairman, expressed grateful noon ,at Booker T. Washington I
appreciation to the Givers and High School where the classes DAYTONA BEACH Bethune
workers in this area for this will also be 1'' eld. On the follow- Cookman College used only six
tremendous effort. ing Saturday, Fob. 15, Edwin men to hold the powerful FloridaA a q , '
Norwood, the State Director of and M University cagers to a
, "We salute our wonderful volunteers the extension division, will be in close 8 -82 score here last Tues-
who went back again and Miami at Booker T. Washingtonfrom day night, Jan. 21.
again to assure this victory, and 9:30 am. to 12 noon, in order Roy Filmore replaced Jack
we salute 'the wonderful newspapers to collect fees from persons Swilley in the final live minutesof
throughout Dade County who have registered for the various play Swilley was .disqualified 1 1t
for their support in telling" the i courses. due! to five personal fouls. C
story of this great cause, Turner fees follows: $9 per '
are as All five of the starters for the
said. I I credit hour; a three hour course, Daytonans figured in the: scoring
$27, and a two hour course, $18. which saw A and M trailing 57- """ 1..
Ferguson Have A minimum of\20 persons must 51 at the end of the first half register for, and take a course in Lonza Seadrow led the home k'r
New Home Blessed order for that course to be offer team in scoring with 25 points. .
/ ed. No classes will be scheduledon He was followed by King Green
Saturday. No who had 25 and Willie
either Friday or ,
In A appropriate'manner, points
very graduate courses will be offered. Dillard. was th 18 points. ii aR
the new palatial home of Rev. and
Mrs. E. R. Ferguson at 8387 S\N The undergraduate courses to Jimmy Forchion, lAo Morgan
126th terrace in Howard, wa: be offered areMaterials : Carl Evans, and Gibson spear-
blessed and dedicated in ceremonies and Methods of headed the A and M rally A and
held Sunday afternoon. A Teaching Reading, 904. M was leading 83-82 with less 2 i n
goodly number of persons attended than a minute of playing time remaining -
and enjoyed the unique event Theory and Practice of Teach on the clock when Gibson '
ing in Elementary School, 301. dropped in a :'lay-up. A 40- : 1 :
,. The Rev. Joseph Smith, wel I Secondary School Program, 307. second display of ball handlingand ya
known minister and a Missionaryof Children's Literature, 311. dribbling put the game ,on 4 'w
the Atlantic Coast Baptist Association Teaching of Science in Elemen- ice tor A and M. Muia
: formally blessed and tary School, 317 Morgan who snatched rebounds -
'1 'dedciated the home, Teaching of'Social Studies in like a titan, put together
. 13 field goals and four free
? The new home is also the parsonage High School. 328.
o of Beulah Baptist Church Public School Art, 312 and 407. throws for the night's high of 30
Rev. Ferguson Public School Music, 311 and (faints. Morgan was followed by
of Coconut Grove
Young with 13, Gibson with 12,

pastor. 312.Materials. 'and Methods in,I and Collier with 10. "
On the <(program< timely musical Health Education: ,' 308.' FAMU now has an SIAC recordof
selections were rendered by the Materials and Methods in Physical eight wins and one loss and a
choir qf Beulah Church the Education, 300. season record of ten and three. That's the taste ;you get

Heavenly Stars, the Florid) Secondary School Adminlstra-- when you make your
Nightingale Singers, the Swanc tionsand Supervision, 403. .
Gospel Singers, and the Ristoj Elementary School Administration Tom Collins with cleanUitlngFLEISCHMANK'S
Sun Gospel Singers. and Supervision, 409. Ito HD

The Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor Secondary. School Curriculum, HINES, Inc. ...
of St. Matthew's AME Zion: 408. Painting and ( ,"a; ,
Church, sang "Bless This House 'Materials: and Methods in Adult. Waterproofing ..... J
I I ...
immediately before the home wa: Education, 411.introduction Contractor ,, t $4.00 ..iI-
blessed. to Driver Educa- Licensed and i GIN I ..
415 QT. :
Insured by City -
tion, 417.EThe
Mrs. I. G. Pratt, introduced the Slow learner, 425. County
guests present; Rev. E. R Ferguson less NW 69th .| DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN
offered the response and Further information may be Free Estimate PROOF THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING
Elliott Piece served as master oJ obtained by contacting Mrs. Clora Call any hour 90
ceremonies for the afternoon and Pearsall, director of the Miami Ph. NE 56879ANNOUNCING COWORATKM. ,
presented "A Salute'to Florida;" Center at NE 5-4700 or at FR

by Zlex Dr-In.l 34315. .'. ', ,'.
\ Following the program an extra -
heavy course of delicious refreshments t
served and enjoyed. .
Among the out of town guesti ,.
were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McKinney -
owners of Sunny Raven
Mrs Pratt and Mrs. Ruth Freoman SOMETHING BRAND NEW
served as hostesses for the

occasion.the hotcsses Hugh In Freeman serving assisted the repast A Package Delivery Seryice for Miami! I Roy Hamilton
i Mrs. Pratt also planned
supervised the rq;ast. .
I .
The new home, wnicn cost approximately To have. your parcels delivered, errands run t LINDA HOPKINS-JOE.TEX
$ ), is a modern
structure wltj four spacious bedrooms Relax Call Arnett Cobb and The MobFRI.

\ a large living and dining .

room convenient combined kitchen, a complete an office and, a Jet Delivery Service ., SAT., SUN., JAN. 31 FEB. 1. 2 '

closed-ln porch and several mod .
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Marshall Says . I Travel Treat Films I

Expert, PaintingAN

Won 't at Main Library, > DECORATING .
Threats Intimidation keep
Lands near and far will be vis-

lted on film by persons attending '.. Large and Small Job .
the "Travel Treats" program at w
the Miami Public Library, 1 Bis- NE 4-1857
Negroes Out of Federal CourtNew cayne Boulevard on Thursday,
Feb B.Scheduled. 6828 N.W 18th Ave. '
for one and eighto'clock Fl
York ttiurgood Marshall subservient to the will' of the minority "Here again," Marshall declared showing are "Arizona ,
warned prosegregationistslast of the states." "we have the same term, un I Adventure" which shows the interesting
relenting and determined defiance places in the Grand
Saturday that threats *and intimidation He noted that stories have been of the law of the land." Canyon State; "Caribbean Holi- GLAND TROUBLE
will not, prevent Negroes circulated predicting as impossible day" which shows Jamaica, Nas-
and other "good Americans", discussions of desegregation lie said the parents of the Ne- sau, Trinidad and San Juan;,and Urinary Ailments :
problems between Negroes and gro children in the Atlanta case "Giants and Dwarfs" which pic-
from resorting to the federal Whites in the South. sought the legal assistance of the tures the national parks ,and Pains In BACK, HIPS, LEGS
courts in their efforts to obtain NAACP Legal Defense and Educational -. game reserves of the Belgian Tiredness, LOSS OF VIGOR,
their constitutional rights. If it 4s so, Marshall added, It is Fund, and in.: the tradition <- Congo.. WEAKNESS
solely the fault 'persons other of our American governmentwill If you area; victim of these
Questions could very, easily be than Negroes. "Responsible Ne- leave the decision of their Tickets will be required for symptoms then your trouble may
raised as to the course of action gro leadership! in the South is grievance up to the federal these showings and they may be be traced to Glandular inflammation -
which Negroes should have followed still 'willing and anxious to discuss courts obtained free at six o'clock Mon of the Prostrate Gland.
immediately after the Supreme this matter with anyone day, Feb. 3 at the Main Library. Neglect of Glandular inflammation -
Court rendered Its de- willing to discuss it on an equal "Neither threats from' daily often leads to premature .
cisions in 1954 and 1M6 hi the basis," he said.RClterring newspapers, politicians or others loss of function' low vitality, lost ..
school segregation cues, Mr. will ever intimidate good Amer- Harvey's' vigor, surgery or malignancy
Marshall said. The cnnnxUgn of to the court case recently icans in resorting to the federal Why Suffer Delay and
massive resistance in, Virginia filed against the Atlanta courts for determination of their Cleaners andLaundry Get Worse i
the unyielding oppasttka, 'instates School Board on behalf of several righs" Mr. Marshall declared. Modern Methods Bring E:
children he cited *
Negro an Results
such Georgia and. the Gratifying
as Atlanta daily which stated that Decisions of the federal courts I
opposition ; Without. Surgery In Most Case II
unprecedented physical
,the Governor Arkansas "responsible White and Negro including the Jatest one in VIr- For quality and CONSULTATION FREE' ,
by of
however, now leave no doubt: leaders in Atlanta have worked ginia, continue to reassure Courteous service Hours: Mon., Tues., Fri, Sat.
as to the course of action which In an atmosphere of harmony and American that the United States 10 a.m. 5 p.m.
must be followed at this time good-will for the benefit of all- Constitution is the supreme law of Alteration done on Closed Wed., Thurs.

without integration. They will the land, with state constitutionsand Premises SOUTHERN CLINIC'NEW .
!Mr. Marshall who ,is director- continue to do so if rabblerousing -
a'l : politicians and the NAACP statutes to the conrary, LOCATION
counsel of the NAACP Leg 1125 N.W. 3dAv.In .
Defense and Educational Fund,' will leave them alone." Marshall concluded. 2847 Coral Way r
I front of Modern -Theatre: ,
spoke at the annual banquet of
the Georgia State Conference of Near. 27th Ave.
NAAOP Branches in Atlanta. ;THE,MIAMI TIMES "The People Newspaper" I' '" ,

lie fold the gathering that PACE 6 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1958
there' were those Mao predicted
that integration could not come SEABOARD MEDICAL CENTER

about "To them we say thayt in

3% years, we have,seen, peaceful at 2186 N.W.. 7th ,Avenue Phone FR 3.2691
integration in areas as far South Happenings JESCA ,
as Texas and throughout the
..,. '
middle west, as well as in the HOURS: 9 a.m. to 8, p.m.
border states. I II I DID YOU KNOW? will start 'on our. Valentine, for
(To those who' say that the you. This is one of those occasions DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Without confidence your childis where teachers and children try \l ,
South will not tolerate integration .1 .
to exercise initiative
not equipped ,
their skills at creative art. ,
he added, "We point to the and face challenging situations v
action of Governor Fattfcvs resulting ; encouragement helps to HAPPY' BIRTHDAY '
in the inevitable callingout build confidence just as acceptance x
of the federal troops when does.PATRON'S. Every"last Friday afternoon of
every'effort td mediate faOed." each month at the James EL Scott I ,BEN H. ATKINSON, JR., D.DJS.
, ,
COUNCIL NEWSA Day Care Centers'we have a
No 'law-abiding American is birthday party for those children
proud of the'sordid developments delightful treat is in store whose birthdays come ,.In the respective ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF'HIS OFFICE
in the Little Rock integration for the parents of Center one on month. Those children
fight he explained. Negro Amcr- the llth of February; the children who are celebrating birthdaysthis DENTISTRY ,
callS arc just as ashamed of the have decided to present to month are Alfred Bartlette, 0 ,
action of Gov Faubua ,u other their parents a Valentine's Program Harold and Charlene Wynn, OFFICE HOURS: 10 h.m.. to 2 p.m: .-4 p.m. to 8.p.m.
Americans, and have tried to explain There will be songs of St. Dwight Johnson> Michael Robertson And by Appointment
to the world the contract Valentine's Day and speeches: too; Kevin North Earl Dixon,
between the action of GOT. Fau- this ,promises to be a program of Anthony.. Hagins, .Annette John-
bus and that of the federal,government pleasantries...One you cannot afford son, Gregory Lomax, Helen Williams 6705 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone 'PL 7.5601
in sending troops to enforce to miss; remember the date Trudy Austin; Happy birth
the court order February 11, at Day Care CenterNo. day, kids. I' .
1.Because. :.
"While this duty LEST WE FORGET
we see as oar
of, the down pour of
we can see nol* reason far selfpky rain on the regular meeting night The, coming "King and Queen

or self' condemnation, for of the Patron's ,Council of Center contest" at the Day Care Centerone. DOUGLAS ROAD CLINIC
what has been don to bring two the meeting was I postponed. Parents, this Is where we put
about lawful compliance with the Parents met at, he nursery last our best foot forward and show
law of the land in contrast to unlawful Thursday evening to elect a new what we are made of. Please lend 3197 Douglas Road, Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla.
defiance of the law Of the chairman and to make< plans for us a large band here because you
land", Mr. Marshall asserted.He the forthcoming spring, affairs./ and your services are needed. Specializing.In Maternity Case and Die.**** of Women.: Offer-

f. ( pointed out that some ofthose' There are so many things, that Ing the Highest Standard of, Service In the Prenatal care
DAY CARE ACTIVITIESThe teachers do but there
' the can are
who 'call themselves"moderate" countless numbers of ways to (long months before the delivery); The Delivery; Poet.partum
urge Negroes take emphasis has been this out with the training and care (care' otter
help delivery), and equipped with modern faellL
no legal action whatsoever to
month, as of every month, on art encouragement toward the de-
"secure our rights. Yet,he said, at our Day Care Centers. Thereare velopmen of your child that ,you till to treat all of the expectant mother needs. -
Negroes are 'pffered, nothing: but puzzles, trains, wagons, and, I can do.
'continued" unlawful racial segregation. so many things being made here; Helen, Stubbs reporter Office Hour: 12 noon tov p.m. Dally except Sunday
: The children are acquiring a
wealth 'of confidence, a ceptance,1 < 24 hour Phone Service Dr. James T. Rot
"We have been patient," Marshall
and understanding are so Phones HI land 8-2310
declared. "We shall DirectorAttention
continue important to development Of the .
to bepatient,but we refuseto child I
surrender completely our ,
United States Constitution to be: Beginning, Monday morning we, GOING

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N MIAMI'TIMES "The people Newspaper"

SATURDAY, \ FEBRUARY' :. I, 1958 PAGE 7 I:Florists Plan Detroit Confab

.. .
..... ....... ..... . .
.----:" .. .--- ..... .... Members representing the executive - .
board of the international '
Florists Association, Inc., met :
Along Freedom's Road in Detroit last Thursday and Fri- Expect Defeat to "';

day to make plans for .their annual .
convention to be held in
By RUTH PERRY Detroit: July 13 to July 16.
.... Law
- --- "" Alabama Race
.. The Motor City Florists Com-
The recent affair in North struggle for racial equality, and I mittee were hosts to the sessions
Carolina where modern Indians whether you have,' and are actively held in the Gotham hotel, III or -
Ala. (CNS) -
went "on the warpath" illustrates supporting the cause of chestra. Those who came to De- Montgomery, -
... 'very well a point I have often full-scale citizenship for the Ne- I I troit to inspect hotel and convention A newly proposed segregation '"
made. If peeople believe in a gro. This fight is being waged by facilities and to discuss plans oath that would require candidates
office tb (4
thing strongly enough to stand up the NAACP, and don't forget the with the local committee were W. for public of racial sup- Jkv
and be counted, or to defend goal an America of equality, O. Perry of Miami, Fla. Interna- port the doctrine could sepa-in .
themselves against cowardly justice and freedom I for all "a tional president; John Cloud, ration before they run is ex 8
trouble-makers, they usually will land in which no one is either Cleveland, Ohio; 'S. L. Hamlin, the Democratic to succeed.primary It has been
not "
win out. The klansmen of course, favored or penalized because of Winston Salem N.c.i-; Frank pected candidatesfrom
have tried to say that)t was only his race, color, religion or national Summers, Vicksburg, Miss.; Miss aimed to Democratic keep Negro primaries in
\ "a social gathering'. and they origin. When you join the Pollie, Lee of Norfolk. Va. Alabama the and was proposed! by
mea t'no harm. Well, the IndiansIn NAACP as a member, you can I I CharlesW. build
Judge Elvin Davenport of the national committeeman, We according to
North Carolina thought dif look yourself in the eye with a
clear conscience, for this great Recorders Court addressed the McKay, It appeared destined. your platis tor ours
organization is the' strongest, ,Thursday noonday luncheon ses- for defeat at a meeting o| party '
created to fight the good fight for Members of the Detroit hosts
Cross burnings, robes and gath- the I underprivileged. Join today! committee are Edgar Brazelton, ."W.-D."' '?' Uae'your
erings at night in the South have Andrew Gwynn, C. T. Collins,
too long meant a threat, intimidation Nursing RegistrationDate Rev John McCray, Mrs. Dorothy ,SUFFERERSrr
harassment and many Montgomery, Mrs Eloise Wallace .
times, violence; The, Indians defended ExtendedThe I'and Mrs. Naomi Jeffries. ,BCIBMA.UNOVOKM.O OTKU KMCM Kl
their right .to be left SCAl UUUTATIDM. raUULAM WILL u.
alone in and the klansmen The International Florists Association roaD TKAMMTORY' BBUKf or TM* KAtMO 100% FinancingNE
peace final date for .<< I has members in 32 AND ITCtIDIQ Ain TOY1 pocroa.' mvoovMAVTKIAM 5-6171
,departed in complete disorder e.pun'l oa MUD AIOn.DWLAIIo..
and confusion. They were 'made applications for the states of the U. S., the Virgin Islands
to look pretty silly I. don't believe Practical Nursing class at 'and West Indies. Membersof Pisu1N.M General Build. Contractor
western has been extended to the executive board, are Rev. ri=:
there is a state in the
1121 NW nth 8t, Miami' ,.
Wednesday, February 5. For fur- John McCray, Detroit Albert eMIMM.Iy WI.
Union ;
(except of course Alabama:
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... . .
ther information call PL 4-5491. Powell Miss. WIMINIAM4INIS ri
and Mississippi\ ) that didn't car ; Stephen English,
ry the story of this ridiculous ex- St. Louis, Mo.; Walter,Kyle, Chi- ,
ploit. People are laughing from Graham Re-elected cago, 111.; Frank Summers, Vlcks-
Maine to Florida. Maybe the burg, Miss.; C. L. Reeves, Shreve-
klansmen's hoods will ,come in "Chairman of port, La.;; Mrs. Rosalind W. Tal- In Fine WhiskeyELEISCHMAWS S

handy after aH-to hide their red 'Y' Board ley, Tampa"J1a.
faces!' ,

Speaking of silly things, I nev- The Rev. Edward T. Graham, VISIT HARBOUR ISLAND I
er can reconcile the tact that for minister of Mt. Zion Baptist
years Negroes have worked in the Church, was reelected chairman BAHAMASAnd
home of Southerners, have cook- of the board of management of Step at The .
ed their meals, washed their the Carver Branch YMCA, according ._._... . u.u._. ._.........____.uu.uu.u..._ IS THE BUY I
dishes, cleaned their homes,' and to Miss Helen M. Dorsett, .
cared,for their children, and yet secretary of the board. Other officers \
--when these same Negroes want elected were: Eugene Kmp, ,. .I
to sit where they wish on a bus j vice (chairman and Herbert Mun- ij "" I
or train, or send their children nings, assistant secretary;
to school with the White childrenin I i Miss Dorsett announced afro .;,
many instances' those \they that Dr. Edward Braynon Jr.,
have cared for I don't need to :Willie Parker, Kenneth Williams, al 4,
I Burnlce King, Leroy Smith Dr satii
say more I'm sure. The whole M ?
thing is so ridiculous, I could 'Carl Yaeger Jr and Atty. Edwin __. .._ _'. m _ r M1 i1MPMk
laugh, except it is not funny-it I Davis were elected to the board pTAVERNOn
II of management. The following
is tragic. (By the way I expect
these same Southerners -who are members were reelected to serve: the Ocean, Reasonable rates dqMi
so arbitrary about Jim Crow Louis Portloclc Jr., S. E. Carr, ''Homecooked, meals
dawn here will expect a segregated Luther Lee, Dr. Cyrus, Jollivette,
heaven also. That goes with- :Farley B. Neasman, Arlington Wm. T. Mathtr, Prop.

out saying). Sands and Robbie Wright. North's Travel Bureau, U.S. Rtp. '
9 1ee
1104 N.W. 3rd Avt, Miami, Pla.,
Phone PR 3'0787 "
IN THE SOUTH Drive Carefully!

From an issue of the New Southa r rmO0/
publication of the Southern a Mi Ma>Mi-.MaiMt>aoMoWORLD aaa .. 11

Regional Council, comes this Interesting ; -
story. Southern news
papers are\continuing to progressin FAMOUSWMBM mn J/i/ fJ(4Umh'DID (
their handling of news about .
/ ,.
Negroes, according to a recent .. I a
article in Editor and Publisher by t .. -" -

Editor Robert W. Brown of the f4 S
Columbus (G..) Ledger. 'Mr.
Brown's conclusion are based on
a survey of 34 dally papers in the QL
Deep South. He found that more L..L ,
than half of the papers bow usethe '
titles "Miss" and, "Mrs. in s

',use referring"Mr."to About Negroes a ,third and 'carry some I o THE GOSPEL BUND BOY SHOW ,. 9 PROOF i iOnly is WHY} .

special Negro news columns, six e THE BUTTERBALL SHOW
devote a dally or weekly page to

the Negro community: and all O LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLIOTT J.. PJEZE Flelschmann'i has mon Proof..90 Proof-compared
but four use pictures Negroes.
\ with all other leading blends. :They MI only 86 hoot.I
that these s FJeischmann's 90 Proof (bvor
The editors reported means more -mon enjoyment ,.
innovations had brought no fignilicant -more satisfaction.: And-FWsdnnam'S surprising mild-
protest from White subscribers 800 ON YOUR RADIO j aces and exceptional smoothness led pm that you're' retting '
but had a favorable effect the highest quality in every bottls.Thsts wiry Flefachmann's
on Negro circulation. One'of ... offers you so much more than say vhttuoy !la America.
the most interesting conclusions .MJIJiPoII _>>_ NlJI"'JlJlMiI.I'! '

drawn from the survey is that a BLENDED WHISKEY 90 PROOF i 6SX CRAM NEUTRAL SPIRITS
-new field for Negro professionals
seems to be opening in the Deep

,South that of Journalism. Ten Furnished Apartments .
of the 34 newspapers employ Ne-
gro reporters, ana. itur more a.e .
considering the move. AS LOW AS "
never too late to have your
The use of a segregated columnor

the page case is a against common this practice.policy Dut of 19.95 per week GRADUATION, PHOTO Made ,

separation was 'made by the edi

tor of the Pensacola NewsJournal LIGHTS -, GAS & WATER INCLUDED Cap and Gown Furnished. Ala, tassel with your
who wrote: "We refuse to
print special columns 'or. pages on Select Your Own Brand New Furniture Which school'* colon '

'1 the grounds that Negro news Become Yours
should stand on its own accord .
ing to merit. Most newspaperswith --- m* fl-

White special subscribers.pages do.Thus not Whitesdo go to I/flfvrnisftctf/ ; Apfs. $14 week

not know of the good activities Prom Backdrop AraHabla for Prom Photos >
of Negro citizens.


What does your conscience BONDED COLLECTION/ AGENCY
whiter to you these days? Ask 1182 N.W. 3rd A.nueTHE Ptww FR '2-MM wlS
yourself If' you have been doing S
p j your part in the struggle for II-I 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 3-8416 i'1'

I, 'cial equality, and whether you
1 have been doing your part in the -:1:

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MIAMI TIMES -Th People Newspaper" Greater Bethel Holds BAHA'I ASSEMBLYDonald Announcement

First Quarterly Moore of West Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Johnson -
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1958 member of the Area Teaching 1212 NW 5th ave., Miami,
Conference \ Committee of the Baha'is for the announce the marriage of their
South Atlantic States, will be the daughter, Cynthia Krone) to David
mlllEEilGt!! Ii Opening devotions of the first guest speaker at the Baha'I Cen- L. Oliver of Chicago, Sunday
quarterly conference of Greater ter, 137 NW 11th ave., 7:45 pjnti. Jan. 19, 2 pm. in New York::
Bethel were led by the assistant Sunday, Feb. 2. His subject will City. The couple are residing in
Good Morning JudgeNews pastor, Rev J. C. Bradley. After be "Divine( Knowledge." All races Chicago.
which Rev S. A. Cousins pre- and faiths are cordially invited.
sented Rev. W. B. Coffey, presidIng I NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
From Miami' Municipal Precinct Court elder who organized the con- GREATER NEW BETHEL.
ference with the following elect- I 1571 N.W. 68th Terr.
.. JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding ed persons to serve. Mrs. Gladys Mrs. R. Conley, clerk Rev. G. Jones, pastor
By Elliott J. Pieze Times Staff Writer Robinson, secretary; Marvin Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Sunday School ............ 9:45: a.m.
Manuel Marshall, Esther Sanders, Morning worship .................. 11:00:
II .. iii egosesr- reporter. Everyone who witnessed the, Evening worship *.>................ 7:30:
sermon delivered by our own
Exactly 1Ob,cases were listed with malicious niischlef, destruction Following the desciplinary Rev. C.,, McCleary Sunday morn-
tor trial in Judge John D. John- of five glass Jalousies and questions all of the boards and ing was reminded< that, in order
son's Municipal Court Monday two screens, fined $25 or ten clubs of the church made excel- to be like our wonderful Saviour,
morning, Jan. 27. days. lent reports, and pledged their Jesus, we must learn to hardennot for Your Wedding
willingness to work earnestlyand our hearts at his voice. He
(Somewhat amusing was the Johnny and James Pratt, both faithfully with the programof :26 sub A
preached from St. John ;
choose only
case of Frank Lee Brown of 1360 charged with vagrancy, both sen- the church. Three
NW! First Court, apt. T, who was tenced to 15 days. candidates ject, "Let were Speak.received 'for 4{ '. .
charged with disorderly conductby Every report stated the fact J LCJUIUULEnqJiovcd
Annie Bell Raysor, charged baptism.We .
creating a disturbance and that the members were very
with assault and battery with a with vagrancy, dismissed with much pleased with their new pas, were delighted have Rev.
knife on his 'sister, Mrs. Mary warning. tor, Rev. S. A. Cousin and wife Williams and Rev. Hardrick withus
GJbbs. The incident occurred Jake Clarke, charged with and Rev*, Coffey and wife. They at both services. /
about 8:45: Sunday night at the reckless diplay of a dangerous expressed thanks to Bishop The name of Jesus was highly i INVITATIONS
home of Brown and his wife and weapon a .38 revolver and with Greene for the ,same. praised as Rev. Hadrick delivered .rr
sister. Mrs. Gibbs, the sister told resisting arrest, fined $100 or 40 the evening message. There Rnefcra Vellum
From all indications Bethel is
the court that Brawu.aeeuaod.herof days on the two charges com- was plenty of power behind the
stealing his money and threatened bined, and the gun was confis- going forward and everyone sermon as he spoke strongly 'on DIE FREES '
to kill both her and hb'wife, cated by the court. Sylvester Mur- seems happy Rev. Simmons, who' the subject, "He pfeached Unto
with a knife. Mrs. Git** declared ray, charged with reckless driv- pastors our church'at Cocoa, wasa Him Jesus." "I I 100 Compltt.
pleasant visitor and gave a
that she something I'
ing, fined $25 or ten days. wAd
Everything that done and
drastic might happen therefore short talk whichwas most en- '.I1,1!
said the of .
she called the police and. Brown Martin Nelson, charged with couraging. exalted name our
> Saviour to the
arrested. assault and battery with a chairon highest. I
I Three members: died during
Annie Ruth Nelson fined $75or '
Brown declared that he hid his 30 days. quarter. We are reporting for ST. FRANCIS. XAVIER 6740 N.W. 16th Ave. PL 46128
under a in his home Nancy McCormick. Lillian Adams
money rug
1112 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 3.2236
and that the money suddenly dis{ George Lewis, charged With assault I and ,Addle Franklin. A short me- N.W. 4th Ave. and-16th Terr.
appeared. He added that no one with a knife on Pauline morial service was conducted for: Phone FR 9-1424
was In the home except him, his' Edgecombe, fined $65 or 26 dayson I them. MASSESDaily
...... .............. .. ..
.. wife and sister. the two charges combined. : The conference closed with the .. ...... 8 ajn. Drive Carefully
beneblction. Sunday........... 7 ajn. & 8:30: a.m.
Mrs. Brown* the wife declared Jimmie Lee Davis (a woman) Estehr O. Sanders, reporter
that Brown was well under charged with disorderly conduct, ,
the influence when he came home by creating a disturbance: and Federated Women I '
and was not really capable of with malicious mischief des- RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
controlling his money. But Mrs. truction of five Jalousies property -
Brown added that Brown later of Theodore Barnes, fined $40or : Hold Meeting .
found his money in another sec- 16 days'' on the two charges. PRIVATE FOR HIRE

tion of the house. Mrs Brown (The City Association of Feder-
said that Brown had a total' of Willie Frank Hubert, charged ated Women held their monthly
$35 involved in the incident.: with reckless driving by speedIng meeting Sunday at Goulds at the Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
fined $25 or ten days.
Brown neither denied nor admit- home of Mr. and Mrs. Waters, S.
ted finding his money, as charged W. 118th Court and Cutler Road,
by ,his wife. Intact Brown with Goulds Civic ClUb enter- '3.5900HAVE
walked, quietly to the dcncntlon I taining, Mrs. Gertrude Randolph, \
room after Judge Johnson found JOIN THE president.The ,
him guilty and fined him $25 or meeting was very interest- .CASH BEFORE YOU CALL
10 days'oa disorderly conduct Y. M. C. A. TODAY! Ing, with the second vice presi- .
charge' and $75 or 30 days on the dent, Mrs. Marie Price, \presiding.A .
assault and battery with a knife large crowd attended and all
charge. The Judge, however, suspended were' highly entertained with a
the first fine but Brown J. B. SMITH wonderful musical program\ by
will have to either the Funeral '
pay sec- the Waters' family chorus which B. SoloMon 'HOlle
ond or'serve the 30 days. ELECTRICSERVICE was enjoyed by all. We were favored ,

to have as guest of the (EetablMbed 1926)
Among other cases heard and evening Mrs. Murrel Johnson of .

disposed of were the following: New York City, and our State ,Dignified, Personal, Courteous Servic
Holland Roberts, charged with
Electrical Contractor President, Mrs. Myrtle Davis..
trespassing, dismissed.J. .
The hostesses served a wonderful
C. Jones, charged with vagrancy HOUSEWIRING"Don't repast which will not be for- Funeral Within Range of Each Budget
gotten' for a long time. Everyone ,
sentenced to days.
Call us" .
cuss departed expressing having en-
Doc King, charged wtth disor PHONE NE 5-3058 Joyed a very lovely evening.
derly conduct by creating a disturbance Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, Pres.Mrs. .
fined, $15 or six days. Night or Day Rose Tucker, reporter 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR,3'1440"A

Roosevelt Calhoun charged I

For Tasty, Home-Cooked Meals-Eat At KOREANVeterans
Uviag Service for the Ltying"Range

Buster's Kitchen sin I' V Funeral.Hom

Baker's Famous Corner USE YOUR GI BILLNOW
RANGE, Owners

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Specializing. in Souse Peas and Rice and, Boiled Fish
NOW FORMINGEnroll Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer: : Funeral Director
6901 N.W. 15th Ave. Liberty CityGOSPELCONCERT ..
5727 17th Avenue' Miami, Florida
now while there are
elate openings

In The Evenings The House of Albert.

You are entitled to receive

N .. .. ..,.. full time government
, Sunday Feb. 16 training allowance In the hour of bereavement .

while attending evening each day more

3 p.m.Horthwestern. classes. and more families are
turning to the House of

q There must bed ,rea-
,4 FEATURING to $r 60 monthly, In rush you owe it to
up training
Rev. C. L. Franklin allowanceREGISTER 'yourself and your families ,"

of Detroit, Mich."Dry ;,, ,; -, to find out the

,, Bonw" NOW i 't reason why.LESTER .

Davis Sisters C. ALBERT

; of Philadelphia, Pa. (harronlililliamsCommercial &; OWNER, LICENSED

t' The Consoler EMBALMER AND

of Miami, Fla. College r'R FUNERAL DIRECTOR .

Aretha Franklin fr (Funeral service where the
PHONE FR 3-1587 families lit the
% of Detroit, Mich. coct) ,

t, Little Sammy Bryant 265 N.W. 5th St. Phone PL 8-4707

,' The 3 Ft Midget I .: 6942 N.W. 15th Avenue

Adv. $1.25 Door $1.50 Miami, FloridaTHE
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Dt. Elks talenda THE MIAMI TIMES 'The Peoples ewspaper" ,' : '

.: l .. ,' .
e Tea Successful *"' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1958

r Quite a large crowd ,turned wA ,
on Sunday to witness the 'annual ,
Calendar Tea sponsored by Liberty -
Temple No1- 4. Among the SALES EXECUTIVE WANTED.
A CHURCH Meeting one turns out to be the best hand By i attractions were the month of ,
night members got up and told George! April adorned with gay colored, . \.
their determination and praisedthe Next comes the King of Sports. : Easter eggs; the month of June MALE OR FEMALE .
Lord for what He had done Yes, horse racing! Here again, with a beautiful bride Pt. > i
for them. An aged brother comes a sport of ours which we Julia Phillips,, who stood under a Start the New Year right with a position of professional \ ,
arose doing an 1890 jig and love to indulge in. We needn't beautiful arch and served the income opportunities -
offering high
shuffle while he.told 'the congre. say that it takes a person with a briday cake; and on to November j ,
gation:. "Brothers and Sisters I lot of loot to participate in this where the table was decorated and prestige. If you qualify you will become a
am 75 years old (jig), never been sport. Of course when we do gd with fruit and a delicious turkey sales representative of multi-million dollar national
sick In my life (shuttle), have no to the track we go only for the with all the trimmings a
gray hairs and as healthy as an I thrill of watching the through The program which carried out investment firm, selling mutual funds . .'small budget .

ox. You can see brothers and sis- breds run, not to make a killing all the months of.the year, was i investment starting at '$10 per month than can
ten the Lord has really been goodto or to come away with a carloadto 'rendered by music students of
me." He ended his little speech purchase this home we always Dt. Ursula Hlggs Studio, and lead to security, and retirement. .
with a soft shoe tap amidst, a wanted. But, believe us, if we brought forth much applause.
burst of amens and bless the* get ahead on a couple of races, Dt. Ellen See Jack Golomb sales manager FIF 'Investing
Lords. ;you can bet that we will be the ( Taylor was among
r Suddenly from the rear of the wageringest bettor out there. If ami the daughters Temple. Dt.from Lottie Greater P. John-MI- Association, Inc., at 305 Ainsley Building first thing
church'came a fellow leaning on we(fare ahead $20 or $30 the,$2.00 FRanklin 71541. 4
son was presented from Antlers' Monday.
window will .
a cane, mouth twisted from a pever see us until?? Tempts No. ,724 to march around I

strdfoe, one-eyed, the other eye It's just natural that most of so that the audience might get a I
coked. "Bredithers 'n sisters -y'all us love, to make a bet cards 'glimpse of them Dt. Constance ,
kin see fer yersef what a fix I is I dice, roulette numbers, or .the Sandiland and her committee are
in. Ah don't has to say dat: De horses. But whatever the game or to be congratulated for the I
Lord has messed me up." sport we abhor placing bets under splendid success, of ,the affair FOR' AN EVENING ,OF PLEASURE VISIT THERed'
Through the years when our despicable or uncomfortable con- Dt. Portia Bannister' celebratedher
time comes to celebrate a natal ditions. And this brings us to the natal day on Saturday, Jan. Bird BALLROOM
anniversary we always use this 25. What she I
betting facilities at Tropical Park a !party staged for
medium to shout to the world Race Course.. The conditions at her friends! It was open house 930 .N.W. 2nd:Avenue-Opposite Ritz Theatre
how happy and healthy we Ire. this trade is both despicable and until early'the next day. Dt Ban.
Last year we bragged not feeling uncomfortable for the many fans hister is "honest to goodness" and ,MANY PRETTY GIRLS TO DANCE WITH YOU,
a day over 30. We have another of the sport of kings who patronize her numerous. friends showered .
birthday coming up tn Friday. this oval. This is, N e g r o herwith best wishes for many
Geez! how things have changed! patrons. The other bettors across nore birthdays. Visiting her are
We feel like the old brother from the railing have all the luxuryfor her brother and sister from D. C.
I the back of the church. Pull the losing and winning on win, Liberty Temple mourns the.
I other foot in, pull tip the dlrst place or show.Followers passing of Dt. Ida' Register pio-
and call it a day. neer in this community, also in I
I of horses at our three Elkdom. Although absent, she. u r I
Our'cold black hair of last year race tracks will readily tell you will not be forgotten.
( has turned I silver around the I that Tropical is the worst trade r
edges, our eyes moisten when we for Negro accomodations in the
read, our memory Is fading, just entire horseracing circuit. JABBftRWO K
name it we have it. Yes, that too.
Hialeah, the nation's most beautiful '
The only reason we aren't get-
February 10 1958
race track, realized long ago w
ting chummy with our insurance
agent and' others who have a that Colored patronage was Important Northwestern AuditoriumFor
to its record breaking
hand in our spiritual destiny, is
betting seasons and did some-
because, though we're feeling our'
thing about seeing that their
age, it>might all be a state ofdnd. ,
fans comfortable
efoony-hued were -
!? Next year we may be doinga I The track set up convenient Prompt, Efficient
1929 jig and shuffle and saying service t .
mutual windows, placed an odds .,
IW/good the Lord' has been to board at a spot where one doesn'thave Phone PL 44909RUDY'S
I us! _
I to use two "syp" glasses to
see odds on horses. TV
I Then Gulf Stream in Hallan-
monetary means, ,our hobbles, dale remodeled with comfortable aridRADIO
sports, and recreation demand a facilities for its Negro patronage A FEW OF THE HOSTESSES AT RED BIRD
wallet that bulges like it,has the REPAIR
In the the foreground. This
Couples Also Invited, -Something NewA
track is the only one that planned Guaranteed Service
No. one '(hobby) is fishing. If
for the future. It has nice restrooms Dance ''Hall With Nite Club
any of you are dyed In the wool Pick1 up and Deliver 'a
a bar, snack stand an upstairs 8 ., Until
fishermen, then you know whatit Open NlUly p.m.: i
balcony where rain nor 9 to 10i30
a.m. p.m.
to match wits with those
takjgs Attractive Hostesses Wanted-Call After 8 .
wind, nor sun can make betting p.m.g
scaly tribe of the deep especially andor'! losing uncomfortable. The 6801'N.. W. 15th Ave.
!if the 'best tackle
so you want ,
trade even has special parking
rods and reels, spinners the ..
privileges for those whose physi --
best best. If
very we have .
cal condition would make it un- -
money means nothing. We have comfortable to leave their car- BRANb NEW *
spent a plenty for a fishing trip
right on the railing!
and, come back with $2.00worth Beautiful3Bedroom + ,
of fish and sametimes $0.00Is :But Tropical Park with its hard
our catch, but we had a helluva wooden benches in the open and
time. no shelter from rain or sun and
Second on our list Is sociable mutual k windows like some back Hardwood'Floor'Carage iiiuiqidi
. wagering A :poker game with door serving places for food in II S :
. friends in the play room,, is like small southern towns is unbear
a recreation to us. And who won't able. Of course, if none of us rac- Open Bun. 2 to 4:30 p.m.

deny not that fascinating this particular and expensive"sport"is ing abominable fans squawk accomoditions about these Mr 2000 N.W. 56th St. 18 c Autonomy Atti enicjhfi awt Ml ,

The thrill of having a pair of Everett Clay, public relations di-t CAPPER *
jacks on fourth street with a rector, would just let it go as it is.
$20 or $30 pot in front of you-is Yes sir, we pure like to lose our CONST. CORP.
little $10 bill in the best of con- .
what gets you. After a preliminaryof ..
1. brakes the wild and
ditions Help put on
r:::betting and raising your pair --.-,-....---..-.-.-........-.....-...........................
l I ._Y'wwr/r.Y1 Y n:<.t.4QV -- irresponsible spending of the County ,
KKssaaxxxaatxaBUNUSUAL .a.a.I6.e.Q.eQ..r.: : ."CeD".7.. !! ;;:;;tI. d;JI.'ia /

I Commission majority I Ii

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JUST COMPLETED OWNER MANAGE: . 1 1i 2.. Make sure we'have* city governmentclose

" "' F It ItR to the people; ,rather than

i 1 Open for inspection dally and Sunday' 10 to,5N .. super-consolidation. or 'Iu \ r.ov.

.'. ,U:, / : J JIi ernment. As James .Madison said In

f t3 o i: f ,. } ,the Federalist "/. the accumulation
: l
If you are particular-See These Apartments : of all powers, legislative, ex
f. '
ecutive and judiciary, In the same

- N 6511 N W 12th Ave. m ""hands, ,. . may/ justly I'pronounced.
f H i ij# the; very definition 'of tyranny.

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'f.t a Quiet\ Residential 1 Neighborhood; Grounds Are |

These Apartments Must be seen to be SW.
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Appreciated ,. 8 .

(3 blocks from Northwestern Vocational School) -. fIAT ON FEB. 11 TT

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1rTqf ,, ysippi Posse Shying Calleda Thomas Y' BoardAtty. Appointedto HARLEM SWEET' SQUARE SHOP :

L. B. 'Thomas, a former A PULL LINE OF GROCERIES.*

"Legal I Lunching" ; = chairman of the Carver Branch COLD CUTS COSMETICS
f / {';/ Board of Management was elect- 208 N.W. 10th 8t
4 .JLMER1DAN ., ed to the Metropolitan Board of
,' -
Directors of the Young Men's
Miss. The slay. Christian Association of Greater
Ing of 38-Vear-old George Love THE, MIAMI TIMES .:" ,"Tbe Peoples'' Newspaper"PAGE Miami, according to the Rev. Ed- Non.Surgical l Treatment
by a posse of some 25 men and I ward T. Graham, present chair* Hernia o Piles !
'boys in Ruleville Miss., on Jan. 8 10" SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 1958 man of the Board of .Manage Hemorrhoids) ;
(Rupture) ( !
has been characterized
bjj the .- , ment. Judge Thomas was installed -
president of the Mississippi State this week, along with four DR. LONG'S CLINIC ;
NAACP: as a "a legal lynching new representatives from the 21 8.W. JSth Ave.

C. R. Darden, of Meridan; the NAACP Gets Supoen'a four community branches. Phone PR 8.2748 J JI
NAACP state president, noted I
that a report from Medgar Eversof Add Life to Year I
Jackson, NAACP field secre- JABBERWOCKFebruary and Years to Life !
tary for Mississippi stated that REDUCESpecial ;
the fatal bullets entered Love's 10 Produce Records 10, 1958 I
body from 'the rear. Northwestern Auditorium :

For this reason Mr. Darden \Richmond Va. (CNS) In,
continued, strong possibility I ) . ,
a a ,surprise on the part of Dele- L -*-*-- *- --'-'-*-* *-- *-- -- --'- -*--*-'-'--'""""' .
exists that Mr. Love did not fire gate James Thompson who was WASHINGON ,HAS
on the posse as was stated in at cnairman of'the original Committee -
'least one press report. on Law Reform and Racial | WAVE OF NIGHT COMMUNITYU :
"He might hate ben running Activities which had been thoughtto
from the mdb or else he-, was have concluded its investiga- ATTACKS '
forced: to turn his back while shot tions last November 1, the Virginia '\ DRUG STOREI H
down," Mr., Darden pointed out. branch of the I NAACP has' Washington,, D.C. (CNS) -
been ordered to produce all of, its The nation's capital 'suffering
The called NAACP'attention state to!president the fact that also I records Jan. 27.xTwo ;' I. from women a wave: beginning of attacks especiallyon at sun- COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. '

the posse included boys 16 and of the committee mem- i down. "In one, night last week I
18 years old armed with guns, bers were completely surprisedby there were eight robberies In a x PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
according to Mr. ''Evers' report. the move as they had assumed single area '- aU involving Ne-
"We hold that this was a legal- the committee -"went out oj gro' youngsters from the ages of Cut Rate Dru,. Free Delivery

ized lynching "and that Love business" alter' submitting re- 14 to 18. ,They are snatching COSMETICS GIFTS HOS'ERY' FOUNTAIN SERVICE
should have had his day in. port. Mr. Thompson however, 'act- pocketbooks! mostly.
court," Mr. Darden conclded. ing on his own, claims that, if,.the 8EALTE8T ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
NAACP fails to produce the records -
Exie Jennings night marshall he will call a meeting: his Holds Line onDecontrOllirtg Phone PLaza 8-4703 Phone PLaza'8-4704, I
of Ruleville had said that Love committee to decide what should
shot at him four times when he be done. ; Apia C. M. JOLLIVETTE 8R.,Prop
tried to arrest him about, fire I
scorched money he was spending. Bomb is Firecracker in New York L '
Mr. Jennings expressed the I ,
opinion that the scorched money New York (CNS) A group \
came from the home \ an aged I I Bundle in Little Rock of powerful New, York landlords OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU '
aunt ,and uncle of Love who sought :5,000( luxury apartmentstb
burned to death at their home a I. Little Rock Ark. ,- (CNS) -' be decontrolled this week but SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
fe wday before Love was slain. Still beset by minor annoyances, lost' \ when Supreme '
School Supt. .Virgil Blossom of the Court'Justice Arthur Marfcewlch' PSYCHIC READER
Ruleville Police Chief G. W.. now famous Central High 'School I upheld New York State's Rent
Waohter said Love opened fire found the'
that "bomb" planted in Administrator and an expert on
when the posse closed,, in on him the school was only six 1% inch public hous ng, Robert Weaver
the morning after! the reported firecrackers tied in a ,bundle. who had already decided! with the
shooting at Night Marshall Jennings ',The bomb"< was located in an Temporary 'Rent .Commission to
.t' unused locker and beside, it was .allow only 600 apartments decon-
a cigarette which had been lightedbut trolled as of,March 15. ,
4 MIAMIANS had 'gone out.The ,firecrackers -
were turned over the FBI Weaver, who is a Negro appointed -
ATTEND ROTC agents 'who had .been investigating by Gov. Harriman, had
the finding 'of. dynamite in been cited by the,attorney for'the
CAMP' \ another locker earlier in, the powerful Metropolitan Fair Rent
week. Committee as using,a p ethod ,for
Tallahassee Tweny FloridaA Reinstated to the school was determining decontrol judged by
and M University cadets will David ,Sontage a 17-year-old \him as "arbitrary capricious and
attend the annual' ROTC sum- White student who had been sus- contrary," Mr. Weaver retaillat-
mer camp at Fort Denning, ,Ga., pended for spilling soup on one ed that he had a' cunrey made
in July 1956: of the school's nine' Negro stu- with over 10,000 tenants and bas-
"' The cadets will complete \their dents. ed his ,decision on their reaction.
first year of advance military science ,
in June of this year. Dur- -, -_-. Ut my years of Experience guide and protect you through Lift
ing the junior year'ROTC cadet at LlghthouM guide the In
ship a storm
are appointed noncommiasiofledofficers : '
of the Cadet Corps 'and' NOMQNEY. WH'EN OTHERS FAIL,YOU SEE ME
are assigned to cadet
For Success in Business And Lore
first sergeants and !platoon,ser
I Classroom theory is put Info 'OO'fIN'! I
have ,
practice during the six weeks of now your home made happy
I intensive training aFort Ben-" 0 Get and! Hold the position you so Ions wanted
ning. Upon return to the campus 0 Don't Stay in the rut get out'now
'in September these cadets ,will \Alterations". Additions RepairsNO 0 By the help of God she can help you
assume command positions in the .., "
cadet corps for the 1958-69, school JOB TOO SMALL Remove evil influence, if you are Sick, worried or in

year.Miami( cadets who will attend FREE ESTIMATES trouble

summer camp are: Arnold 'Storr, 1 I 'It will pay you to call and MO this Gifted Medium trim
John McKinney, Theodore Mills,
ana Clinton Brown. -e- I Where thousands com*"yearly. for help, end ,advice, you too can .

CURTISS CONSTRUCTION j CO. bo touched by this. strange mysterious power

I CALL 'UN 53976JAMES' The irJ-Wh!? delivered Moses and the 'children of 'Israel
10 1958 of Dive
today and will
.- .. open a way for you through
Northwestern Auditorium J the troubled, MM 0' life. Lot not him that,lo blind load you 'w-
you stumble with him. I' ,

Do you, doubt the existence,'of things because
1 you cannot see
thorn >
'If,you'happen ,t. SM a leak What do you think of the invisible, ' wave. and'eou.d that mak.

Call me, don't wilt until Wireless Telephone, Radio and Television possible,

next week. A teed before It sprouts, lies
5 &
.lOc STORE. concealed, secret silent In the dark
When next week rolls earth or womb of ,Nature. THERE .IS AN "UNSEEN
around, 1200 N.W.. 3rd Ave. Phone FR POWER"Therefore
, ... 3-9481 acquaint y o u \!.':"'!' ,
'The'rain will come down. :, self with the
one who is '

Ind whin the rain corns.ti VALENTINE DAY FEBRUARY: 14TH, authority. Whose ri
down, consultation
ValentineCards 10* to $1.00 Half and), full cotton will evolve I
I cant .make a dims. "Handkerchief 34* to 48* bx. .lIp'l ..-...-.......--.....- 1." to a' higher state of mind _
Panties _... '
38 pro
Request you eave time, Perfume sifts 25* to t.QO) .Nylon'HosTZl. ._.-.-. 79* pr! All Information is s

'And Sun a dims., Towels ..ta:.........._ 1.". bx. Drees Materlsls .... 35* yd.

I: Dishes, ,pots. glaesee, pitchers, 'knlvee, spoons* 'forks- plastic Strictly ConfidentialOffice rsk

drapes, curtains, rode, window shades. shelf paper, oilcloth, Hours: 0 a.m.-8 p.m.
"t.blecloth.pillow./ ., sheetsoases, waetebaskets, children's,
/ Sunday: 10 a.m. to 1 pm.Don't ,
COOPER & SON ladles' socks, ribbons, boys eoctcs, underwear', pants, tee shirts
men's !socks, underwear, cosmetics,. hair Qreaeeo, 'hair pieces, Write-Call (In ,Person

combs,) needles, threads, zippers ,,buttons earring, flowers for DAILY READING $ .00 UP
Roofing Company dress;
6306, NW. 15th Are.
,; Simplicity 'patterns Money Orders Sold Every Day MADAM HUNTER

Phone"PL 4-7032 Mon. Thru Pr\l\ 7545; a.m.' to 730 p.m-Sat., till 9:30 p.m..

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The Load is Heavy. W n't You" Lend a Hand? ? 'i 1'h t s

1'YA 1 GOAL $50,000 ,

For.this proposed Convalescent omefor, the ill and r 1'f "

elderly. Did you know: Dade County has near 800,000

people which some 120,000 are Negroes? That Dade

County has less than, 100 beds for some 120,000, Negro 3t 4

N population? That most of the beds now available are 4, 1 A

substandard? That this is a most''needed, service'in/our. '

community? I 'J.1'1l' s r q ,

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Local Business Man -.-...... .-v-f, .
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Treasurer i1iII ;:. " ,w I
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r t \Kitchen Equipment,, Oakwood College

Only' F ,,...//U..,,.;-,.,,.r.t'. 8OOQ.OO' . Huntsville, Alabama..
.< 1.' Blocks ....1..1..1..1.... t \ Local Minister
...................... 2700.00 r. .,c j --.t"rr , .::1:1 .../
G. W. STYLES 9. Bed inl' ,' .' .1'\NJ,
Meharry Medical College 2.. Windows .. .J e, '
/a/// I, .r.a( ): 'Sheets ,.. !
School of Medicine .../11,11,1 2,500.00 I .
\ Nashville, Tennessee ......... .........,:;,.;.. $312.00 1:*
3. Flooring ................ !
Local I Practicing Physician I fr...1..11..1-.'.....i.. 4,531..80a .(b) Spreads' *

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y.y r;. Plumbing .1..1..11..1.. .;....... ;................. 100.00. ; t
......... 111.1..1111..11 2,900.00 r 'p."
: .I .(ct!) Blankets \ i1"J\
6. .Roofing ......... .......... : 1 / 2.400.0O' r
f'1r .......... ............. 6,000.00 fi .1.1.1..1..11.,11/ b -
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8hr0v her active ywr to the community, 'In church, on the i
job. 'In club, In 'the l Ibdg*. x :'
But 'In her old age the community. ties almeet' forgotten her the ,
ha biro shut 'In for the paft 20 odd y...,. -. ,
The eoldoet night In,December when all crops were freeilng' she ,
wandered eut Into the yard and could not' find her way back Into I:" .', A. T.EDWARS: M.D.
'the houee. And she lay outside. on the ground all itlght.\\por: she ha*. 1f. :, Meharry Medical College
r no relative and she live 410n,. The "next miming.when white neigh1. *',:,' ; ". ." School of Medicine
IRWIN bon found her, they rushed her to the hospital nearly froten te ,Nashville. Tennessee
Kingston College! Jamaica s Then are many more like'.f!'.',Won't you help them : ' Local Practicing Physician

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d out of his souL '
I He preached "
MIAMI TIMES "The People Newspaper"PAGE,1I GRACE PRESBYTERIAN received ''the message let us remember I I At 3 p.m. another wonderful
our' prayers I
-preached "by Rev.: W.
6995 N.W. 14th Ave. the sick, let us pray for thema sermon was :
of the Pas-
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 195S Visitors are M. Mason in behalf
speedy recovery.
Rev James Culmer, pastdr
acknowledged at our tor's Aid Club. His theme was,
I'; Eddie Edwards clerk always church so come and worship with "What Manner of Man- is This?"

w, Sunday School............... 9:30 a.m. taken from St. Msrk 14:6.:
Morning worship................. 11:00: At 5:30, p.m. BTU was caUed'to
Westminister Fellowship ..I.6 p.m. FIRST UNITARIAN I II order by the directress. Group"
discussion was, "Living by Faith

NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev A service of dedication for, This department is ,still lackingin
I I children and parents will be held attendant .

J. E. Brown, pastor I at the First Unitarian Church, The 7 p.m. devotional was led
A. L. StephensreporterServices I Dixie Highway at S.W. 29th Rd., by Deacon Lundy. Shiloh's choir'
on Sunday, Feb. 1, 11 a.m. Rev. No. 2 rendered music, and the
were well attendedlast Glenn O, Canfleld will speak on pastor taught a very interesting
Sunday. The visiting minis- "Individualism and Cooperation.:: lesson, "Let Your Light Shine."
ter''Rev. J. E. McClary' delivered Luncheon will ,be served following It was enjoyed by all.
three ,wonderful messages. Sunday I the service and,at 12:30: an Remember: the sick) and shut-
afte>noon at 3 p.m. he cHose fora adult forum will be held. The in in your prayer.METROPOLITAN.

: . :subject, "Doi\t: Park Here. topic for,discusson will be "What
A- ,: % st, Exodus 14:15. .Some of the ,high- Does the Metro' Charter Amend- A. M.:E
lights of his initiation sermon ,ment Mean to You?" Speakers
o were '1. Leaders for week day will be Atty. Murray Dubbin' and Rev., H. M. Salmon, pastor
1 IMc r a 0 prayer ,meeting. 2. Volunteer Harry Toulmln, executive direc-
to be
Teachers and Leaders. 3. Members Services are expected
IUI 11 CI[ tor of the Dade County Research and morally
1 E ; who will assume responsibility Foundation. high both spiritually
for church throughout the day beginning with
to music
provide The first in a series of candle-
services. 4. ,Assume responsibilityfor of recorded drama Sunday School under' the super-
schools and : programs intende.ncy of Mrs. Celia Day.
teaching in our and music will be held at the :
seminaries.! 5. Consecrated and church at 8 p.m. that evening. Tie 'During the morning worship,
dedicatel leaders Liberal Religious YQuth group. music will be rendered by the ,
FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. Sunday night the Heavenly meet at 6.30: pm. Teenage Choir ana Choir no. 2.
MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. Stars rendered ,a musical ,pro- holy Communion will be served.

S. A. Thomas, pastorD. C. ,J. Burney, pastor gram for the 1 No.I 2 choir, whichwas 'NEW MT. CALVERYRev. Two delightful sermons have been
B. reporter Claudia, Wilson, reporterWe enjoyed by everyone present. prepared by the pastor for our
The No. 2 choir''and junior usher W. P. Tarpley, pastor spiritual enrichment The publicis
X lot of sickness has Invadedour had a ;glorious time Sunday board were, in charge throughoutthe Edna,E. Thompson,'reporter Invited to come and worship
religious family and that of /We had a fine Sunday School day with us.
itself has caused a slow down in lesson. Our "'devotional services' superintendentof' the. Sunday Sunday School was opened at A cordial invitation is also ex-
attendance and activities with were high throughout the day I School will be expecting a the usual Hour by the superintendent. tended ,to you to join us at 6:00p
our church life. But we are Our pastor delivered the morning large adult attendance this Sunday All teachers were presentand +n, in o"r ACE League hour.
thankful We have' kept on the go. message, text; Rev. 22:17: and St. Ushers from all boards will, ,took charge of their classes. This is Christian Endeavor Sun-
Some tailed while others, were John 7:37: theme "Good News to servie along with the No. 1 choir. The subject was "Organization of day and our theme today pin
able -to carry on. The Thirsty. The evening message -,I Let us ,not forget our shutins. The Church Brother Freddy I punts one o* Uiv.rcuu u Principle
: was delivered by a visitor, We pray they will have a speedy Johnson was the reviewer. of Christian Endeavor.
The pastor has been, indisposed Davis of Virginia text Dan. all visitors. ( service was
Rev. recovery Wewelcome; Morning prayer Why not Join us and help us discuss -
for ,a period of time, but we
him out I I 3:17. Both messages were deliv- l led by Deacon Slaughter and the topic "For Christ and j
were happy to have ., ered with much power, TheNo.. TRIUMPH CHURCH Deacon Larid. Usher Board No. The Church.
Sunday morning and deUver"th" :2; choir rendered music for the 2 and the junior choir rendered
morning message.: Every heart: br.tisoul ''morning and the No. 1 for the Opa Lock I service for the last Sunday. THE INCARNATION

present was made glad. 1"do evening. The No. three and the Prince H. ,Mobley, pastorOrganization Our pastor delivered the baptismal '

believe from the effects,of the Junior usher boards were in sermon subject, "A New FT. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar '
wonderful sermon preached''and charge of the day's work. 'We of the church was Life. Our hearts burned within Veronica O'Berry'', reporter
renditions by the choir were 1 the subject of the lesson Sunday /.
song were grateful to, have our many while the man of God delivered
rich with spiritual fervor. past. ',Memory verse:' "Take heed ;
friends and visitors, present. We his sermon. Prayer for the unsaved SUNDAY
We encouraged to note the want you to know you were and therefore untb yourselves, and lo was offered by Bro. Freddy Patronal Festival Celebration
continued progressiveness of the are always welcome, ,in our ser all ,the !flock over the which the, Johnson. Church School and Adult Bible

plant bed of the church which is I vices. Come again Holy Ghost hath made you over- Evening :prayer service: was Class ......................... 9:30 am. :
the_ _Sunday_ .. School.. __u __n___ seers, to feed the: Church of'God, conducted: by Bro. Riles-and Deacon Solemn Sung Mass and 't

The BTU is also alive and EBENEZER MhfHODIST which he hath purchased: with his Larid. The sermon was de.livered Sermons:................. 11:00: am.
The race is not own blood. Acts 2928. Organi- 'by the pastor, .subject, "A St Michael's Guild ....... 5:30: p.m.
moving upward. ,Rev. A. D.,Hall, pastor zation is a group bf people work- Christian's Confidence." ,Episcopal Young Churchmen -

to,the those swift who always hold, out but and is givento endure Ernestine... ,Hambrick.. reporter' ing together, deciding together, We are' glad to have home from Unit No. 1....... 5:30 p.m.

to the'end. Sunday- was Young People's Day and one"unlt become or.responsible organ. Each togetheras class the hospital the Rev. Black. ,, Confirmation Children Instruction for #

alone should encourage I at Ebenezer. And they presentedthe
That response upon the lesson very ''
I workingfor most elaborate program ever TEMPLE BAPTIST Instruction for children 6: p.m
all Christians to keep nicely:We were honored to have

,the good of the *church' and witnessed ing'service'by the them charming It was and one vi- many visitors in our school,, Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor Solemn Sermon Evensong...............and.._... 7:30/ pjti.
all concerned, among them were our State
is ' discover to be remembered .At ',this morn- Mother, *M. A. Hawkins, Prince Funeral services for Bro. Os- I TUESDAY. '
God's The secret'of in life all to things and various speakerfwas Miss, Betty and Sis. R. Williams and Elder borne Ferguson who< died on Solemn Sung Mass ............ 11 p.m
presence. for Kelly, senior at B. T. Washington White. Jan. 27 at the Veterans Hospital FRIDAY
evidence working
see In all ,that befalls,us. High' School who, spoke on The YPE band was at its best will be held Saturday, 2 p.m. The St. Cecelia's Choir Guild

our You good are always welcome at M 1. The Role of, Youth in a Changing Sunday. Subject! of the lesson was body will lie in state at the church Rehearsal .................... 8 pjn
cOmeworsnipl\ with us.' 'I World." Miss Kelly was at "Transgression is a Sin." Text;: Friday night' from 1030. ___ __
Sinai, her best and the 'audience sat Galatians 2:17-21;'I John 3:18-11,. I First Sunday services will be On Sunday all members -
ST. A.M.EV I spellbound1 I ass.a spoke with all Mother T. James conducted the aa usual. Both choirs and ushers and friends are asked to
JA"\ES she had; evening ,devotional services boards will serve jointly, and the meet at the church on the cornerof

/Mrs. C. W.. Brooks, reporter' 'The Northwestern High School which 'were high ,in the spirit Lord's Supper wjll be administered 17th ave. and 69th st. at 9 a.m.

Dr, 'A. Joseph Reddlpastcr'., choir; under thq direction of Mr. Many testimoniesand praises went both morning and evening. in order that they may/ leave in
Evans, was 'superb as they ,rendered forth. Our state mother deliveredthe I The men of the church are a body to go to the new church
The Love Feast servlcjw .(will\ music ,beautifully for the evening message: subject: The asked to meet at 730 pjn. on which is located at 1836 NW 54th
be held,Friday night at"8n. The:'occasionVarious young people Promise of The Father. Text, St'I Saturday to arrange for the
officers,and members wilt;be, :expected ' clubs and organizations of the Luke 24:49': and Joel 2:28.: Our nual Spring Contest with the st.The Dedication Banquet will be
to be in attendance at'-this city Including Boy Scouts ,Troop souls weremade > td feel glad men. I an-I l 1 held on Monday night, Feb. -3 at
service Stewardess Board;.No. 2'' 71, attended service in groups. There were many Visiting saints Ushers' board No. 2, Mr. the James, E. Scott Community
of which Sister, ,Juanita Mackeyis Each group "was well represented.We ,and, friends to worship with us. Hart, president, will observe its Center, 7200 NW 22nd ave.
president is in charge ,of the are very proud of our young Our state mother will be with us first anniversary Sunday Feb. 9 .You are cordially invited to attend -
arrangements .during. this, ser, people and pray they keep up until luesaay ntgnt. Let vus not at Dixie Park, auditorium,, at 3 the Dedication Seneca on
vice. t ,the good work. forget the: Pentecost meeting pan A Fashion Review is, the Sunday and the banquet on Mon-
Sunday Church School\will be'do During the evening our:.pastor which is still in progress.A feature of the occasion. day.

promptly at ,.:30.'a'.rft.:: The delivered a'. very touching sermon thought to remember For 't
superintendent and ()officers. f a man know not how to rule his ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. 'tIIII'#'# II"'II'"f.
along with the pupils will have The Bethu.n -coo1 nan" College own house, how shall he take

''their souls enriched as1,they study Choir will sing here Sunday, Feb. care of the Church of God. O. W. Foster, pastorA. 'WE PAY CASH
1 "
together Cod's"word 9 at. 11 am. Don't fall to como Johnson, reporterIn ,

The Holy Eucharist will"'be administered out and hear ,this wonderful MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. unity Sunday School was

during both 'morningand group of singers. E. M. Thomas, pastor called to order, by Mrs. ,D o r a 'FORYO.UR LOTS
evening; Services. Dr Red. The Pastor's Aid Board will Oretha Holder, reporter Lundy. The subject 04 the lesson
dick wilt.'deliver the ,11 'a.m. sermon 'celebrate, ,its 1st anniversary at was, "Organization of the
from the theme*"Weak Links 3:30 ,pm.', Sunday, ;. Feb. 9 at, the "O give thanks unto the Lord; Church." The devotional service UNion 5-5 017
in Life's Chain" and'at ;the 7:00 :hurch;* call upon his name, make known" ;was spiritually high, led by Dea-
pjn. service he ,Will speak from You are Invited to come andwitness" his deeds among the people, con Summer-sett Antioch's No. 1 UNion 5-2494
the theme "The':Challenge from "*a very* lint prpgram this passage of the scripture was usher, board served throughout
the Old to the, New," ,Our pastor which hiisbeen arranged for )lo rnjoyment. carried out heavenly at our the day and choir No. 1 rendered
is expected to, be at. 'his best ; church on last Sunday, beginningwith music. Our own Rev. W. T.
throughout the day.: The District S 1\t. ,will hold the the ',Sunday School which Thompson brought the message, -FREDERICK
The ACE League, under the dU business session of the 1st quar- was held at the usual hour; with taken from St Matthew 11:28; l"
of Miss ''Vivian Rutherford .erly, conference here at the Bro. G. Mapn superintendent in subject "1 Will
ration Give
,, You Rest. " " " " " ,#,,# ,,#
will present a most ,unique church' on Monday night,.Feb. 10. I charge. s .L: _
program at,5:30 pm. .Members of the conference are At 11 an inspiring devotional

You are invited, to'"be presentat Urged to be present. with their servky was conducted have'and all a Custom Made Choir Gowns
all/tilMs to' worship with. . us .report.: edHoly when ,
.. ', Agalrtmay'we to con touched ,by' \ spirit
: urge you
at, .the 'Friendly-. Church... .;.: ", tinue payment, pn the rally; Each: the, pastor' came before, us v.with ...,. .' Choice of SO Dlf' Brent Color

Matthew AME ion members is'aske to pay the a mlo..erfu.L' sermon foundin Combinations. *
St. same amount as usual, $23.. St. Mark 16:15: subject, '"adye. e Exclusive No-Climb Balanced Yoke
1 1628 'N.W.. 5th Ave. You are urged to pray for and into all the world and preach'the .: for Superb Draping Contoured Fit!
1"" Rev.'A. H. Ferguson1 pastor visit, ,the sick. ,- 'I gospel. Fully Cut Meticulously Tallortdl. .
Sunday School '...*..?..??.9:45 ajn. Our .shut ins include: Mrs. I' $Ind'ay' afternoon the No. 11
Morning Worship ..._..:_ 11 ajn. ii'loiida Butler, 152 NW 8th it; and 2i'Deaconess Board From $10.95. .

Evening worship ............ 7:30 pja. .Irs. 'Estella Farrington, 1512 ,NW ed a Tea, which was a sponsor-I Also a Complete Line:'
lOUt St.;! ,Mrs. Eugenia Barnwell,. cess.p'At 5:30 BTU :wu
'TRIN\nW: 5LEY.\N" 223"NW. 16th terr.; Mrs. Leeyor, which Brq. Daniel, Smith was in Gowns Collar Stole
dee y, '1312 NW '4th ave.; Mrs.Ella charge during the'program Catsoeko p Surpllces C."
,Rev George, E.*Johnson, pastor Williams, 1512 NW 6th ct., the Juniors and Storytellersgave i Baptismal Robes; Pulpit Qowna

Mrs.t'Phyllis' Andrews, c reporter ;.Irs. Mamie Lambert, 1240 NW musical they are Quality Features Assure
a program
.. ....._.9 ton. Complete
t Sunday@hool ... 70th st.'Indivlduallem.
: .p- J to be congratulated for a splendid Satisfaction!
Morning'worship-\: 11:00 .
5 pjn.JABBEftWOCK program. I Our Representative Will Call on You
Young Sunday night at.7 o'clockdc. Upon
and Request 'Without
Obligation or
( .
Sermon cooptratlon"I'voUonal service was conducted by Send for Illustrated Color Catalpgl!
Rev. Glenn O. he[ Deacons. The message for the

lunday Service .._................ a'ht was delivered by Rev: Southern Choir Gowns Co.
'' Church School ......:.-.?._ 1030IRST Chalta 'found in the book of '216 N.E. 2nd Ave.
February, 10, 1958 UNITARIAN CHURCH Genesis, subject "Sin Cause It." Miami
Northwestern APditorI nri :: Dixie Hwy.. (U.s.'1) S.W. '29 Rd. The sermon was well delivered, !,I FR 1-8011
md all present) ,seemed to' have
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Notice Under Fictitious Name.
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business under. the,fictitious nameof

MUSIC HOUSE $ ,The Gfuenst's Sinclair Servicesat

12045 NW 7th ave., Miami,Fla.
Everything Gospel Music. intends to 'register .same with, the
Everything for the church. Also Clerk of Circuit Court of Dade
-church furniture and, 1958:> commentaries k vk County, Fla4.

242 NW 8th St., apt. 5. 3 i Dated Miami Fla.., ,January 18,
Call FR 3-6493 after 6 p.m. 1 19 8.

1 'A Florida Enterprise

DO LAUNDRY or ironing pa
for anyone. :Pick up and delivery
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3039 N.W. 43rd Terr. NE 3-6129, :' taY yo- .-. ." '---

For-Your (
LADY WISHES> ROOM with nice $ Wedding
quiet family. lIome.ll *
oo 1 atmos- choose only'
phere. Write Mrs Blanche M. I

Snowden; general delivery, Miami., Dr. C. S. Williams director of bwW.
Fla. Public Relations' llth Episcopal
\ t V 'District.trican Methodist ,Episcopal
AGENTS SALESMEN Church director of transportation iighQarQdINYITATIOW
State President, ACE
:Full or part time. Hottest pro League, is visiting in the Miami IL
duct of the, century. Needed by _,I weokend. He
!i """ '''-'' n areq for the will "
every car owner. Unusual oppor- sWear as guest speaker Sunday -
tunity to be ,in business for your- I .EH beth Eckford, 15-ye/ar-old/ student at LlttloROck's' morning Feb. 9 at St. Paul AME Fine fan Vellum
self in a proVen field with unlimited Central High School, 'has repeivfed word that she Church. Coconut Groye'. Bey, T. C. I '

Write earning.P.O. Box 4083 Miami has been awarded a $1,000 olarship by the Joint 'Kelly JT., pastor. DIE FREE. ,

Beach, Fla. or call UNion 5-2821. Council of Dining Car Employes, with headquarters In Sunday night, Feb. 9 he will lOOCemplrt,
Chicago. She wag recommended for the Award by Richard worship at St. Paul .421 NW 18thst

FOR RENT Smith secretary-treasurer, of the Council. Her father Rev. F. E. Sneed pastor.JOIN . J"tl2,!!

Oscar Eckford is a member of the UniorVs Local 354, St. I ,
Beauty Shop. Will to suit THE
arrange 8740
NW. 15th Ave. PL ;'a128
beauticians. PL 1-9250. Mrs. _EiiilBiB8lD8EiIlIIDtI13Ei&8iJIlllBiiillmII!! ! : ! It.> m1
Jones. Y. M. C. A. TODAY! 3rd FR 32236
,.?..;. 1ndf 1112 N.W. Ave

Richmond Flashes I ., ,
FURNISHED ROOM with mod. Heights
ern conveniences in quiet neigh 1

woman borhood..preferred.all buses.2440 Single NW young 60th By ORA Dj TALYOR T--, -- rAuUNDNf jFif j

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224 Truman Ave. Reacker Neely Heights ,and Dade ,County bow in :...... .... .... ............... .......t
720 Galveston Lane. I humble sympathy to the passing J FOR; SALE
F8 orf :Mrs. Connie Douglas, wife four MEDICAL DOCTOR RELATES MIRACLEHer
beloved fellow citizen, D. A. A miracle can not b4 proven band dropped to her abdo
FURNISHED ROOMS. Single Douglas Our hearts go'out tothis! ; BY SUMMONS to anyone not wishing to believe. men. She awoke:'Turning on the .
$3.50, double $10. Mae's Guest family in the passing of this love On the other band no proof le light she realised her abdomen
House 2170 Washington''Street ing wife mother end friend. i PROPERTY MANAGEMENT needed for those believing In was perfectly flat The huje. accumuUtldn .
Locka. Funeral services held on Wednesday Ood and baring fellowship with was cone!.
Opa MU 1-3619: evening at Greater Bethel F Efficient Dependablel 'Reliable Slim Henry Pascal the great The doctor WM called. When

F15LOVELY AS, E Church :; IN THE N. W. SECTION French philosopher, once laid' he arrlted be was momentarily
"Tbe heart bath Its reasons speechless Rushing around the
'Brand CBS bedroom home,
LARGE Rtoom. Private he well known' whereof the reason (the mind) bed he knelt at her side lily
An plomcr 7545 N.W. 14th iwe. Hardwood
home{) .Modern convenience know: not..' Yet for the benefitof questions came short and i fast.:
citizen Mrs. Ida Roglsterj pajs- floor tile features, Close to bus
Kitchen privileges and private those with open but uncertain "What passed f What came
I !d. She Was an active civic a id ,line; paved streets, sidewalks.
refrigerator 2440 NW 60th at. mind and hearts, any claim to away Was there water? WM
MII .1- i i ,3 i. church worker and helped to jet Total price $13,000; down pay. a healing, presented as autbenUc there blood Did you perspire
1 'BEDROOM Corner apt., new \arty many working communityr.oUps ment $1,600. Now open for In. must bear tbe stamp of definite .' heavily? What was ttr To all
building. 524 NW 22nd St. Phone s*. In Miami and Dade Cou i- ',pettlon.I proof) before 1 approve It a* the truthfully ''answered Notn
FR 93576. 1' ty. The funeral was held at Greqt- 1 Bedroom Dade County pine evidence of a genuine miracle. Ing," P'ln.Uybtl questions ceased,
r I I r'Bel elJ.fJrfE: : Church.WOMANS 'home. Must be seen to appreciate. Out let m._remind" you who tor'her, answere continued. ,"No.
wlab to bellev In Ood' mighty nothing passed-nothing' came+
MODERN furnished room, cooking !Located at 3270 NW B1t terr.
DAY It was your to belp that It takes 4way.- '
facilities and Total price $ff,'00 $1,600 first power as
use of house. ;
guest speaker Sunday afternoon only one miracle to prove the .At last he said; "No one' bat
JS 6 -NW 57th St. Call FR 9-4922j scribe's greatest pleasure to be down payment, balance like rent existence of each-. 'not. a series, God could perform a miracle like
: Ian 2-6 at Princeton nevI W. ,11. 1 Now open for Inspection. I not even two.Cejtalnly that H !One week later she was
COMPLETELY furnished 2-bed-i Faison, pastor. The theme was ; BUSINESS PROPERTY : F miracle occur, tHERE weighed.: She had l lost SSH
room apt., or furniture! can be "Women Yesterday and Today." Restaurant fully equipped. Now I IS 'A .MIRACLE* pounds f It had disappeared over .
purchased s arately. NE 5- _0'l8. The under guidance lot 'rented *t $100 per month.! New Dr, Rebecca Deard. D. 8., M. D., tight .It could hot be rational
Sister Faison prepared and' car4 CBS building. Total' price $ .000' practiced medicine and surgery Ised away It was an Instantan
ROOM. 790 NW 66th 'St. Phone with terms. la Kansas City and St. Louis be. due healing No one could *s>
PL lied out an Interesting program. ; ,her to plain where this 36.x'pounds bad
9-2498. the : INCOME PROPERTY fore giving op practice
Each listener .that
proved engf In the ministry of healing lone la I ,hour That was a I
landed .in the /111 CBS bedroom 'duplex. '
message safely response / through love faltb and miracle. .
FOR SALE; and applause.; Over' $100 'Full price $16,000; flu down wae lilted by Mr, "She lives today ((1950)-) wrote
was raised for missions in this payment: $1,700, balance easy. All eeNewton who said ". am In Dr Beard 'Thle happening has
2-BEDROOM APT. completely area Richmond Heights Young ,.Shown by appointment only.' : great ,teed. Her abdomen was had .strange sequel During the
furnished with new furniture. Matrons represented with a paper i larger ,than that, ,of a woman at past .twelve' years the ,Leaven
move right in. Good and their. attendance' which was i ; IN COCONUT GROVE full pregnancy She bad the worth paper and the Kansas City.
downtown location. Must sell. great. AH CBS bedroom, 2 baths. dreaded cacbexl Together they Star have mentioned this remarkable
Owner leaving town. Reasonable Florid room bulltln garage mapped out a program of Bible I recovery each Januaryon
price.- Call FR 1-2867 (Sat. and ; VISITORS Atty G. Eo'Graies '' beautifully landepd. Full price reading, bymn singing and the "anniversary of Alice'*
Sun. only). was a visitor In our office Mon $19,800; $4,000 down. Terma. prayer One night. the, ,miracle- I healing.
I day We'are alwayspleased 'to happened Dr Rebecca Beard told this
FOR THESE SPECIALS that night Dr Deard story la a Methodist Church, explaining .
USED GIRL'S Clothes in fine : have our leaders and friends come During I, I
condition, size 10 and 12. Many in whether on business: or a oe;:0- , CALL 1 1IJ. 1 aid, Mr. Newton bad the a visionof by this earing wonderful, that Ood deliverance sa.serred *
tbe crucifixion roes .
warm items. Call HI 8-<<23., be- clal tail.
I prayer..
lowered Into Its aockt.ahe.
tweed and 7 anytime on know :or A. SUMMONS f was being t
q p.m. or If you of person > thought of bow the Jar There Is power In prayer help
Sunday. persons who wish to rent selLua DAY OR NIGHT would hart her Master' She cried for tbbee who dare to believe ,' I
on rent a house buy or ; out. /'Oh,' .ray. Jeitte" aa:: abe putT J snf came that you might have l ,
18 ROOM HOUSE consisting of home, need mortgage money, lots HI 4.2448o, HI! ".0)73i ; I band up to stead Ill* body 1 life end have It more abundantly.
7 hotel rooms, 4 apartments 2- acreage appraisal of ,property pr > 3781 GRAND AVENUE ,' : 1
car ''garage and a cottage. Large what Is your problem? Call OE!: '' Coconut .::-,------:---'T--4--' ---+-'- r 'r' ..:.....
I 33, Grove Fl
lot with fruit trees. Priced for 5-4246 or visit our office at 14601 .
quick sale. .Apply. Sea Breeze Lincoln Boulevard, located n 1 suds Our Classified! Columns Get, Fast Results IMONROE
Hot*!, 710 S. DixieHwy.., Halt. our' home.. We are pleased 0 (
landale. serve you with your Interest n -
4.. ROOM HOUSE. FuU price I I

57,000 $1,500. down., 1494 NW 58th TAYLOR'S SERVICE STATION
terrace. _*Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Taylbr 9 Z ; ,, HAPPINESS g3
thank their cust >-
wish to many TN Ne uCM M
and well wishers who o TD.LivouR NA
2"BEDROOM completely furnished men ME"r '
'' faithfully supported our ..elVice'station 'MIN Ye Tee Pec.e
house. For information
: ap- '
for past near three yc.ats.It 'hoe|| B..>o t s'-Lai tof few MB. 9 Iyw 1rr M Wwd NMH
pointment to be taken to location ..
to e. Aft*** Pfcian tft-411 ,. O ,, yatww
call' NE 9-4905 or come to 1867 was a great, great pleasure w""R
NW1'58th St. have served you and to have hid Ikesred bylass.
you for 'our customer. We hate end
that the 'same loyal support wjll ZGp; PROFESSOR HOMES A TrsiNedlaaez Col q
TRADE continue at the Pure Oil station
zw True advice eaves many dsllan and sstetd worry.. Baton making any ebengu, consult
1954 4-door Buick. Fluid I ao4' pre at once. This gifted medium will net ,sly edvlse, bus will give help on all allalnf
f of life, web a low, eoemkip, mudag. and reetodag lost sf tlcas., Mvlts on all
drfae. White and Y e'r j A REAL BARGAIIJI V money msner Mo problem It too difficult for me M wive. 1TJ ull you you rime 1*
Beautiful landscaped six iota j JA full. Md give fuunet. date and facts obow your probtemi. Visit me today M tonwtrow
clean. One owner for jour large charming hem., fenced ,In may be too Ut Demi go thru lift unhappy 111 show yes the way to IUCCCM. Yo i
wall tennis court barbecue pit. grsara with can tx realised 111,give you your lucky Number and laity Days. All

lot. sprinkler 'eystem, .1131 NW, 66th l 'udfpCO dcndal 'II N.1x/.6 nd STREET, MIAMI

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'PAGE(14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 1958 The Mayflower II BcITYL!

It's been mighty busy at the
Miami Jaycee Mayflower II Ex- DIVE +/M TMe TI E ..:

hibition. So interested are peoplein +
I, this historical adventure that & 69th St. :
hundreds have braved the incle- NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd
ment weather to board the : \
staunch little vessel.
Thousands of school children FRIDAY SATURDAY t
from Dade County have seen the ,
exhibition. The schedule for the 1vS' ioARIN, ; WILD I
coming days,is full with visits,
I planned from as far away as .y ,
I Deerfield Beach and Fort Lauder- > JOEL )f
dale. Hundreds of Cub Scouts, '
Boy Scouts, Brownies and Girl'' I
Scouts are being scheduled to visit I
r the Mayflower II. I IUVMIL "
All the Sea Scouts in Dad e t :3 3SRAGil
Ray Mitchell, the New York cil of Community Relations_ County were invited by the Jay-
go>f pro, Is expected down this evaluated the subject of Dade cees to a class on 17th Century t
week to complete plans, for his County Schools and Desegregation History, taught by the First Mate. [
Fifth Annual North and South at their membership meeting WTVJ filmed the class as they '
Winter .Golf Tournament Miami Thursday night at White Temple hoisted sails and climbed the rigging f CINBMASCOP .)
Springs Golf Course Felt; 24- Methodist Church.Mr. ;
28., Winner of the Miss Bathing The Miami Jaycee Mayflower \
Suit title :will be crowned by Nat and Mrs. Lemuel Mizell of II Exhibition wild} remain open to
King Cole, and Jackie Robinsonwill Hempstead, N.Y. arrived in Miami the public through February 28. 1 l'l'I l'I
emcee the awards ball. Love- recently on a vacation trip. Whilein In addition to the Mayflower II,
ly;,sarah Lou Harris will be one the city the Mizells are stop- there is the Mayflower Museum
of ,the judges. Girls Interested in uing at the Miami Carver Hotel. with its displays of Early Amer-
signing up for the :bathing suit Mr. Mizell is the manager of a icana, Indian-Lore, and 17th Cen-
contest can contact Maxine Bethel popular men's club in Garden tury Armor.' Also, showing I 1 1h 1tag
PLaza 47929. Bert Jackson City, N. Y. This is their fourth tinuously is a color movie ,con-I) 2J"7I!
Booker Terrace Motel manager,is trip to Miami, and ,they expectto ing the construction and I
in charge of the souvenir program remain until the middle of of the Mayflower U from .
. February. land to America. Hours are from
9 ajn. to 9 p-m. daily, except
Patrolmen Victor Butler and Sunday from 12, noon to 9 p.m. .! FOSTER tans I GRAY p4CONWAYmDDNEU
Masons Peposit ,f
Bill Parfos are probably' up for 'I .
promotion !after that dope pinchon $10,000 Here For Golden Agers Wantto
15th ave. in Liberty City Tues SUNDAY; MONDAY i
day.,The two alert officers nabbed Charity Visit Shut-ins if
a trio of pushers .before they : :
could get rid of their Ulegal'stuff .1, The Golden Age Club of the \
., ,, /,.. EATEST f
.. My friend George Savitt has !f't\ "'0 James E. Scott Community Association -
called my attention to' an inter- meets at Liberty Square I
esting publication called Negro' f every first and third Thursday in SPECTACLE !
History, Bulletin. You can get *t the month at 4 o'clock; for i
for $2.00 a year from 1538 9th it. recreation and business. Old I
NW, Washington, DC. . Portia members are Invited to attend and !
Bannister had a lulu of a birth.. new members are requested to OFTHEJETAGE! I II I
day party at her home last Sat- join with the G. A. I,
urday night. Plenty of everything The G. A. Club has a Sunshine ;
. Despite inclement Committee which visits the Shut I II
weather all day last Thursday ins in the community at intervals,
more than 600 guests Joined the Ji .. and shut-ins are.requested4o join 1 '
Square Circle Sportsmen In celebrating c YJ.Of' ,ia: .our Golden Age Club by filling I
their 17th anniversary at out and mailing (lie following to
Bayfront Park Auditorium. Theme iI the James E. Scat Community
group will throw a compli- i Association Office 6248 NW 15th
mentary ball there Feb. 23. ave. t 1
Evelyn Tynes took her three I
visiting sisters over to Havana ; FT I Name ....................,............a..................
last weekend. Betty and Barbara I .

Walker from San,Diego and Jes- Address .........................-....-.............
sie Pearl Moore from ClevelandThe
girls reported a swell time at I desire a visit from the Sunshine I
the Surf twins left for ,
Hotel./The Committee of thee Golden Age
California Monday. The fifth sister
'Shirley Johnson, had too Noble Robert Williams has just Club at the above address. sual dr tD4 IatQysAWIII
to returned from a special execu-
many beauty appointments get

away Leonard,for Walker the trip .,up, .and Glad around to see M.tive W.board U. G.meeting L., PHA held Masons by the in Signed.............................
Jadl onville. Noble Williams was (cut out and mail)
again after a week in bed. lie
thought his business coudnt get successful in getting the grand to 6248 NW 15th Ave. TUIW iS ric111REE" . .
along without him but wife Sally lodge to. deposit $10,000 in the !Mrs. Victoria Ward Pres.
showed him her capabilities,? First Federal Reserve Bank
\ The Bunche. Park PTA Contest Miami for charity fund. This STARTS TUESDAYm145L
I closes Monday night . Delta feat is the first of its kind in South' I
Sigma Theta Sorority and MRS Florida. \
ClUb members paid final respectsto 'Noble Williams is to be com i RITZ.
Connie Douglas Tuesday nightin mended for this achievement by
an impressive ceremony at all PH&. Masons in South Florida.He I THEATRE
Range Funeral Home. is worshipful Master of New
Bethel Progressive Lodge No. 626, SUN., MON., TUES.
.Sweet Richard, a 'real charact- High Priest of Progressive Chapter
er who performs at the Junkanoo of Royal Arch 170, a Sublime FEB. 2.3.4.Drams". tI
Club In Nassau, Is doing his limbo Prince of Royal Secret Noble of '" .. I 1t
act at he Purple Onion in Fort, the Mystic'Shrine and a member t
Lauderdale Guess how many and trustee of St. James AME "War
., lost their licenses In 1957 for Church Rev. A. J. Reddlck
drunk driving? More than 2,000 pastor. plus"BABY 'Oa
. Hampton coed LeClair Lam- ,i
f bert Is listed in Who's Who in DOLL" i
American Colleges and Universities I' Drive Carefully! iI
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CARD OF THANKSThe THE MIAMI TIMES '{The People1 Newspaper"

'CARDS MEMOR1LS family of the late, I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1958 PAGE is

this life Jan. 21 '
departed ,
Church with Rev. C. J. )Burney
wishes to extend sincere thanks Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe and appreciation to those who officiating. Burial will be con
ducted at Lincoln Memorial #
consoled us with flowers, tele-
family of the late family of the late grams, condolences and other of 1400 Tyler St., Richmond Cemetery. -
MR. HARCOURT ROLLE MRS PEARL SWIAINSON.dknowledges means of sYmPathy. Special Heights, died at Christian Hospitalon
who died on Jan. 17 and was laid with grateful appreciation thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ] Jan. 25. She was a memberof MEMORIAM'In
to rest on Jan 22, takes: thismethod the kind expressionsof Range J nd staff of the Range the faculty of Booker T. IN
: of expressing thanks and sympathy. and for the flowers Funeral Horn, the neighbors of Washington High School, a member loving memory of our dear,
.appreciation to the many friends received. 152nd terr.; neighbors of Brown of the Beta Zeta Sigma mother,. .
who were so kind during its hours John Sealey Subdivision, nurses of the Jack Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta MRS. CLARA GREEN
of bereavement. Thanks for ;your Mrs. Daisy Wilson son Memorial Hospital and Redcaps Sorority Inc., The Links, The who departed this life Jan. 24,
cards, letters, telegrams, flowers Miss Willie B. Sealey of the Seaboard Railway Co. MRS Club, and other organiza 1966.
cars and other kind gestures of The Clayton of Matt God bless you all. Lions. Just two years In heaven,
:sympathy. ,Your kindnesses will West Palm Beach Mrs. Laura Smith Bell, Survivors are her husband, Serving around God's throne;
nearer be forgotten. Again, thanksto daughterMr. David A., her parents, Rev., and Two years ago you said goodbye
everyone for everything. James Colson Sr., son Mrs. E. A. Simmons a brother, From this earth you had to go, -
'Mrs Marguerite Rolle, wife CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Molly Jackson, daughterMr. Laverne and other relatives. Services dear mother.
And Family I John Colson, son were conducted on Wednesday But we all miss you so.
family of the late evening at Greater Bethel The Family
IN MEMORIAMIn CHARLIE HARLEY AME:' Church. Burial was held In
would like to thank each and Seville, Fla. on Thursday. ,
everyone for kind expressions of DEATHS
loving' memory of our dearmother sympathy: during their bereave MRS.: ROSA DONALD of 1778

ELIZABETH, ADDERLEY ment. We'also extend our thanks NW 74th terr., died at Jackson' ., ,,,, , ; , o; \\ : .<>tHASO'NKY
and appreciation for the courtesy Memorial Hospital on Monday HOME!*
who died
January 30, 1&55.
and service the ,jan. 27 following an
given by ,Range .
I am so glad he knows just
is survived
Funeral Home. period of illness. She
how : JICW>M
much bear.
we can
Children grandchidrenGreat Mrs. Minnie Harley jy her husband, Jeff, a son Willie .*>: TAtlttteO 1.
And .Sims, several sisters grandchild-. (
Family ; 1 .K FOOKS r(>Mt1fm.TKH
grandchildrenIN en and other relatives, Funeral VI.ANS \ni---JHiHVEY
services will be conducted on '
MEMORIAMIn I 'pcf .>aturday, }eb. 1 at 11 1.11at the -NK MOjnV.ACIKvvii.l
hunch of God of Prophecy, located
In memory of our dear one HAND 'VO
at NW 62nd st. near fcuih4vc.
sad but loving memory of FOR THE PlR
with Elder Williams offi-
our dear husband, son and brother -
ciating. Burial will be conducted
,A i Lincon Memoria. w

2nd ave.,'! more
., as "Stack", died at Jackson Me-
modal Hospital on Jan. 28. He Is.uMved
a ":' fit a by hid mother;. Mrs
Nellie Walker Crier several s a-
__ ers and brother, and other rela- .
.ives. Funeral services will be 1
conducted on Monday, Feb. 3 at I
..dt 1M : a 4 r,, J pm. at Friendship Baptist

I I Osborne Ferguson, 421 NW 17th SEE THE
st., apt. 8, died on Monday morn-
ing at the Veterans' Hospital. He

had been ailing for sometime. as WORLD'S'GREATEST
he ,"- '-
the result of injuries
: ed when he fell from a speeding
I Mr. Ferguson is survived by his RS
wife, two sisters, three brothers, COLORED
THBOPH1LUS C. his aged father and a'' number of

ADDERLEY, SR. other relatives.Funeral PSYCHIC
who, passed Away-. February 3, services will be held
FRED BATH 1952. s Saturday 2 pm. at Temple Bap- READER
who departed this life on Jan. 30, "When for varnished days we 1st Church. Francis Funeral
yearn, Home is in charge of arrange-
1954. Gone, but not forgotten. '
May he rest in peace. Days that never can return, ments. ,
The FamilyIN Teach us in thy love to learn
'Love for evermore." Seniors . PROFIa rdfPROR
MEMORIAMIn The Adderley FamilyTHANK
YOUThe 43rd st, 'died Jan. 23. Funeral
loving remembrance of our services were conducted Sunday,
dear beloved husband, father and The family of the late Jan. 26 at Tampa. He is survived BUNTER
grandfather, ",I by his wife, three children and
JAMES A. ROBERTS other relatives. ,
who departed from us Feb. 3, HUNTER

1W4. For thy. sorrows we adore YOLAMiAt SMITH, of 6057 If you are sick, Worried or In trouble this U the
thee; for thy griefs that wrought NW 25th ave.. died Sunday, Jan.
place to come. Don't stay In the rut push back the
our peace; in our hearts thy loveIncrease. 26 at a local hospital. He Is survived ,
by his mother, Mary F. veil of bad luck that seem to hold you In your track,
..Mrs. Irene Roberts John, and other relatives. The and advance forward by, the help of God under the
And Family .!j;, body Will be shipped to Dothan, leadership Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of ex

....., Ala. for burial.THOMAS perience m spiritualist and occult science. Make your

IN MEMORIAM .""' : : McFADDEN of Per- home happy. He will show yon how to bypass your

rine, died S tiird'v Jan. 25 at enemies and get the things that life demands for you.
In sad but loving memory of I" a local hospital. Ho Is surv)

our dear mother, ? [ by two brouiers, two sisters and. v.
- other relatives. Funeral services'
will be held Saturday at Sebring.

' ..,.,'.. .t ,
..',. "tilt '
.,..: Range. .
j j MRS. IDA REGISTER of 1126%
NW lit court, passed Friday 1
nornlng in the Jackson Memorial
Hospital after a very brief Illness. k
She was a member 'o! Bethel
AME Church, Rev. S. A. Cousins\ ,
a pastor. Daughter: Register was affiliated
with the Elks Lodge for

GEORGE M. BROWN 32 years, serving as State Mother Located at the Hunter's new psychic studio on
and State President. She
method to thank all First is I Road miles of Hallandala Fla.
takes this well known for her active participation Pembroke 3 west on
kind friends, neighbors and rela- in social, fraternal and the north side of the road, 1 mile ...t.1 7th ave.

tives iympathy for offered their expressions during; the Illness of religious organizations. Carver Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of (three

, and death of our beloved Surviving Mrs. Register are story building. Office Is In the duplex the front. of

M husband, father and grandfather. three cousins: Mrs. Albertha Hart, the building.He .
To those who sent cards, letters Mrs. Doretha Stills, and S, C. has fifty times more'power than any ether

,the telegrams use of, florals their and cars,offered our- Hart ire of Jacksonville.Misses Clyda Other Mae Stills relatives , ..di... Too will find Mm far advanced la ka owl*

ii, heartfelt thanks. Ida Mae Stills, Gloria Stills, Gertrude edge..
MRS. CALOE CULMER I I Especial remembrance to R v. Stills, Jacksonville, Ber- READINGS'
who departed this life Feb. 3, S. A. Cousins and members of nard Stills,, Jr.; Korea, Ira J. FROM 1.00 UP
[1949. Greater Bethel AME Church, and Stills, Hartford, Conn.. Mrs. LICENSED iY 8TATI ANa COUNTY .
> Gone, but not forgotten. the Francis Funeral Horn for Marie H. Sheeh>: Tampa, a. host
The world may change from year special services rendered. Thanks of friends and otftpr t relatives. orrtei HOW DAILYI

to year. again, to everybody for everything Funeral services will be held 1 P.M. TIL' 4 P.M.:. 7'9 P.M.-SUNDAY 1 P.. t. TIL 4 P.M.
Our loves from day to day Friday! at 2 o'clock
Hut the love and memory of you (Mrs. George M. Brown., wife I
.Shall never pass away And Family SAM THORPE of PM NW \ CLOSED ALL DAY WED, ,

Leaves to mourn: ---:- 52nd at, died at his residence on CALL IN PERSON
Mrs. Zillie Jones, daughterMrs. Jan. 24. He is survived by his
JABBERWOCKFebruary widow and several other rela-
Ella Holts, daughter
5417 S. W. 17th St.Hollywood .
Edward Daniels, sop tives. Funeral services will be r
two grandchildren 10, 1958 ..I conducted, on Saturday, Feb. f, Fla.
six great grandchildrenfive at 2:30 pm. at Salten Chapel, .
sistersfour Northwestern Auditorium with the pastor, Rev. Blake officiating. .
brothers Burial will be held at


C1ass sat
.. Spanish

> t' : .x Martin Elementary
The Poard ?f, Public ,Instruction -
is happy to announce that a
? class in beginning Spanish will
,holds; an organizational' meeting.Fab .
; b t ; -4! 'at (the*-Frank C.- Martin
11 Elementary School in Rich
mond '!Heights Additional, registrations
\ 1, in' this class will be ac-
I I cepted.A .

,:' class in choral music wUl be-
started at the same school in the
near future. Applications for.this
class may be filed with Walter A.
White. the principal. For further
information call PI 4-.54S.1.;

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S Motto: "Not Better; Best Buy'
I I .S. ( a v E 14601 Lincoln Boulevard

'1<'ne touncil; of Bishops of the African Methodist,
C- PHONE CE 5-4246
Episcopal Church and the Brotherhood, composed of
I Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results OR CE 5-9977
3,000 'ministers in the denomination, met simultaneously)

in Chicago last week. The' bishop accepted an invitationto jg.t.j.Ti.-._va. .-.. .i..y .j f. Jk-iat m w JV' T-ir-T; -T--rfr--T"ff-T-T-- ,-, ,-f-, Ti
meet.with The Brotherhood', Above is a section of the
600 ministers reported at the'session. The first:row,shows Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From
from loft to right:', R. Elwin L<:arfib' secretary; Bishops
Carey Gibbs, Joseph Gomez, George W. Baber, Frank M.
Reid, president II. Ralph Jackson, Senior Bishop Sherman VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645
1 L. Greene, I. II. Banner E, C. Hntuber and David H,

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:i 20 Cities to Hold R

Voter Registration f

KbIY /

Meetings February 12 w

Twenty cities in ten 'southern and action"' to assist Negroes in I
states will hold simultaneous every southern state to register; j
1 v public meetings} on Wednesday and vote in the 1958 and I960
; evening Feb. 12 in cooperation elections: Voting'.clinics to.teach
with the registration and voting thousands to read and write and PAY RENT ?
drive of the Southern Christian bow to register will be sent up
Conference it w a ai in cooperation with local t civic.
i announce today by Rev Martin committees. I

[[ conference.L Luther King. Jr., president of the Southern As stated Leadership by Dr. King Conferencewill 'The LIVE RENT FREE

L I Staged under the general ban.' function as a service agency 3 UNITS LIBERTY CITY 2V2 LOTSLive
d I r ner of "Crusade' for Citizenship" I to help further registration, and
t and emphasizing the theme: "The, voting in communities where in'one unit and 'Vent the other two, income will pay off. Two
II Franchise isji Citizen's Rllht.Not .- such efforts, are already,underwayand units are completely furnished, one is unfurnishedvery good locationon
,a Privilege" meetings have,' I to into stimulate action'other; communities 2% lots'Income now is $225 month. EZ terms can be arranged. See

I 'been cities:scheduled Atlanta Birmingham in .the following, .Mo. 'Our major objective, Dr.King' this today, and make offer. Better hurry! -
bile Montgomery, Tiiskegee, Ala,'I I'emphasized, "f"* see thai the I I
Tallahassee Fla. .Baton Roiige, Negro masses give .me nir1l. to .......
New Orleans 'Shrev' port, La., the,recently enacted Civil Rights DREAM HOMES HANDY MAN WANTED,
: Chattanooga .Nashville, Mepbis.I ( t' Bill by using'it to ,the:fullest extent To buy' this 2 bedroom stucco
r I TennDallast, and Houston, Tex.' possible. We will cooperate New e 3-Bedroom e CBS home large Jot with
on only$495
I Eight other cities in North'Caro-, with.&nY.and, all'bona'fide efforts
lina, South Carolina Mississippi to accomplish ,this result" $795 DOWN down and $65 month. A little work
t and VI ginla have .expressed pro King also announced! that will make a;,lovely home Only one
keen interest inv Joining. the ''eb. the Southern, Leadership Conference You will be, proud to own one of like this. Call ,,now.
12 program. *, has established its central 'new iCBS homes
office at 208 Auburn Ave., JN.E., these gorgeous;
with 3 bedrooms living room, WEST HOLLYWOOD
'The meetings will implement Atlanta and that the permanentstaff I
the 'clans announced by the will be completed in the dinette, beautiful kitchen with $595 DOWN .
Leadership Conference af its last near future. built in oven and range, breakfeatbar Like new, 3 bedroom CBS, living
Nov. 5 ,session in Memphis, and. -- enameled cabinets, colored tile room, dining room, combination
i extensive will mark the initial round step in Its'' JABBERWOCK: I bath, picture window-,:sliding glass kitchen, tile bath, very nice location

aimed at doubling year the-number.program of 1958 doors to patio, front porch, utility near everything. No qualifying
". qualified Negro voters in the February 10, and many other new features On no closing costs. Only one
\ 'south. The rMsad for 'Citizenship Northwestern Auditorium'j lovely large Rainbow Park lot, mortgage. EZ terms. Look lee!
will provide both"education ,
near new schools, shopping and ---
1 t bus. EZ terms less than rent EAST OF N.W. 17th AVE.
closing costs. See today! N.W. 55th Street
ti Several like new CBS homes, both

i; TV SICK ? 2 shaped or 3 bedroom lots Miami's on beautiful newest area land

BROWN SUB' -. NEW CBS city water, paved streets, transaor..
i Then dial'FR 9 p.m.: tation. Priced to sell, liberal terms
'. f. $1,895 DOWN arranged. See these first
.Exquisite, new CBS, 3 large bed- CBS IN EDISON '
( rooms, room, separate Beautiful
: 3
years 'new, CBS 3 bed. ':.
dining room, 2 tile baths, utility,
room, living ..
: room combination ; ::
Picture Tube Special17jnch4$22.95 carport extra closets, picture win kitchen, colored tile ', .
dow, all', tile features, .(Ideal loca wood bath, hard. ,"
; ( 21-'laciS29& tion. EZ terms. See -this home of 1"-f clouts., utility, front porch :,
Priced .
tomorrow, today. Move Bright in.Cell to sell, rea.ou- -:
I IConverters'For able terms includes
I LATCH ON 1'O'n BARGAIN for appointment.. furniture. '
rtit this!
.- : ; Channel t 17-$lfe.60' L
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