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.More than 100 persons attended the 27th Annual Clin
ic and 24th Annual meeting of the Florida A and M Col
lege Clinical Association which met at the Florida A and
M College recently. Outstanding features of the clinic
included a public address by Dr. Harold D. West, presi
dent of Meharry Medical College, and a banquet address
by Dr. U. G. Dailey of Chicago. Ten operations were
performed during the clinic—seven major, two minor
and one intermediate. —Staff photo by H. Jones, Famcee.
marked influence on the local fashion trends.
During the past week when the Peris fashion market was busy
readying its wares for the annual spring showings, there has natur
ally been much speculation as to just what will be the big news in
tiae various collections. Well, it seems that the triumphant return of
prints is the most dramatic news of the fabrics story in the couture
Prints were prevalent in all collections. They seem to attract not
only by number, but also by diversity, ranging from the tiniest pos
sible designs to enormous ones. The same patterns appear on grounds
as diverse as pique and chiffon. Other grounds are honans, paper
tafetas and twills.
The classic paisley designs appear in black and white or in mul
ticolor. The floral motif, always wonderfully at home in the spring
time, is seen in demure small flowers such as tiny rosebuds and car
nations. Then on the other extreme in the floral motif are the mag
nificent giant flowers—tulips and iris much magnified. As might
be expected, these latter are seen in the Dior collections there the
general rule seems to be,, "Expect the spectacular.”
Altogether it adds up to a gloriously colorful springtime. With
the accent on prints, it is our prediction that silhouettes will become
relatively simple, and there will be a minimum of detiling on clothes.
In short everything will be geared to the prints, and there should not
be too much competition within the costume.
Not every woman will be able to make the headlines this spring,
but there is a better than even chance that she will see herself in
Grand United Order of Pall
Bearers of America Light of the
Morning No. 66 had a night of
worship and feast of the 11th
year in spirit and hope February
28. G. Larodo presided. Elaine
Gibson Bootle, chaplain and
chairman of sick committee.
Hove your brandy handy inth®
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by Freddye 5. Henderson
FASHION NEWS IS NOW IN PRINT
Every woman likes to see herself in print
and it seems that she will get plenty of op
portunity to do just that, comes spring. At
least that is the way it will be if the Paris
™ couture has anything to do with it. If history
can be believed, we know that the Paris cou
ture will have a lot to do with it, because
the Paris fashion showing have always had
Trip To Joyiand
Get ready for a trip to Joyiand.
Liberty Professional Beauticians
Unit No. 55 inviting their cus
tomers and friends Monday,
March 9. Jones Unique Beauty
Shop, 6707 NW 15th ave. Tickets
on sale by members.
MIAMI TIMES. MIAMI, FLORIDA
SATURDAY, FEBRUAR Y2B, 1953
Let’s continue the discussion of one of our most interesting main
floor items today our spring handbag. What’s new? The bag grows
larger as our silhouettes grow slimmer, and color will play a most
There will be two-tone color contrasts, along with style variety
that puts new emphasis on box innovations and sleek envelopes as
well as molded bags with supple tailoring. Black calf is the smartest
accent with spring beiges, and is teamed, therefore, with a blonde
beige tone leather for one of the newest combinations of the season in
a novel letter box group of small to giant envelopes and boxes. Black
and white is another top combination highlighted in shiny patent and
Butterscotch beige is the big promotional color in aniline dyed
calf. It is featured as a blending accessory note for the many beiges
and tans of spring fashions, plus a contrast for many, along with the
more high fashion tint of ptalm green.
The new larger bag is accompanied by graceful styling tailored
with a new molded look and stressing simplicity rather than orna
mentation. Slim, elongated shapes and satchels with wide openings
are shown in families of these.
Chubby pouches with stringbean handles that meet in front and
top handle models with outside compartments for amtching change
purses stand out in two graduated sizes.
Also favored throughout the new lines are melon shapes and pil
low treatments that eliminate angles and bring a new soft feeling and
curved appearance to suit bags. They serve to point up slimness in
hangbags cued to the new spring fashions.
Slimness is again carried out in sleek underarm versions and thin
square or rounded models that taper at the top. If decoration is used,
it matches or blends into the color of the bag and is closely related
to the styling. It is evidenced by the all-black lool* of the plastic
patent group where the trimming is jet, or shell bracelet handles are
used on tan calf.
Shoulder strap bags come in some of the most outstanding types
and are given huge proportions and more slimness to conform to this
spring s fashion picture. At the same time they are gracefully tailored
with molded contours.
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or strikingly relieved
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in doctors’ tests!
• Those suffocating "heat
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The president and members of
the Golden Age Club tsko this
method of thanking their very
kind morticians. Range and Rich
ardson, who furnished transpor
tation to our tea.
Our own K. L. Pharr, who is
ever ready to lend his services
and who gave his lovely home
for our tea, we extend special
thanks. To our editors son,
Garth C. Reeves, who gave us
advertisement without a dona
tion, we say thanks and God
bless you and family and our
special prayer for your success.
To all the friends and partici
pants on our program, we say a
very humble “thank you.”
Irene Newman, chairman
Plans For Cocktail
Kazah Court No. 117 Daughters
of Isis Auxiliary to Kazah Temple
No. 149 Nobles of the Mystic
Shrine has completed plans for
their annual cockteil which will
take place March 8 from 4 to 8
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Portia
Bannister, 6920 NW 13th ave.
Judge L. E. Thomas of the Ne
gro municipal court, will be the
toastmaster. Mr. Baldwin Hep
burn will sing, also Mrs. Leila
A group of charming young
ladies Will fashion in cocktail.
Shriners assisting the Isis are the
Illustrious Potentiate Noble Roby
George, Noble Dan Francis, Noble
B. J. Guilford, Noble John R.
Johnson, Noble Everett Butler
and the Illustrious Advisor Noble
Serving at the register will be
Mrs. Sue Francis and Mrs. Ora
Killens, Mrs. Hester Rivers and
Mrs. Artie Richardson will be
TWO, LOSES ONE
The Bethune Cookman Wild
cats ran their season’s record to
an Imposing 16 won and 2 loss but
dropped their first loss of the sea
son on the opposition’s court The
other Bethune Cookman loss was
suffered on its home court at the
hands of Xavier University.
The Cats bounced Savannah
State at Savannah 66-53; dropped
a heart-breaker to Morris Col
lege at Sumpter, S. C. 79-77 and
got “back on the beam” by down
ing Clafiin 74-83 at Orangeburg,
In the Morris College game, the
Cats hit a new high by commit
ting 37 fouls; the Morris team
| connected on 30 of the 39 at
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