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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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... TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILL -
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37TH YEAR, NO. 27 MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1960 TEN CENTS 16 PAGES


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Gets 15 Years y 1


Catherine (Kay) Tresslar. the Feb. 3 of third degree murder In
so-called] "White bollta queen" olRicmawid i the shooting of Norman King. 34
Heiihts. Wednesday of Cnccnut Grove. Tbe slaying
was sentenced' to 15 years in prison took place in the home of Mrs.
for the pistol slaying of a Tresslar's former maid. Thelma'
Nnro last Oct. 12. Couch.
-I'm sorry the man is dead The motive fIr the killing *ra*
sorry it happened," the 25-year- never disclosed, although Miss
eld (woman said in hushed tone had
Couch testified she believedshe
before Circuit' Judge William A.
Herin. was the Intended victim on

Mrs Tresslar was convicted the night of the shooting. '
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Dies in Car CrashDade j i


traffic death toll for A companion. Tommy Lee, Bo/-.

1JKX stead at 17 thIs week with er. IT, of the same address also -

the death of a motorist whose car was thrown out by the Impact

collided with a trailer truck. He Is in good condition at Jack-
son Memorial HospitalOpa Sterna Al|:ha hap'.cr' : of Omega 1'.1 I Phi time wan had by all ,,'hoattended..
Charles Hill Jr.. 1*, of 2291
Rutland SU Opa Locks was Locks PoHce Sft William Fraternity celebrated St Valentine's Day There were plenty of games, music,

crushed' to death beneath the McKlnney said Hall driving, by having a Sweethearts Party. songs dancing and dining for everyone.

wheels cf the truck after' being north, ran through a stop sin. Some of those attending are pictured
thrown from the rtht side of his The truck. : loaded' with produce Bro T. S. Oreer Jr. and committee above. The brothers were *o well pleaded
and going west was driven b, planned a wonderful occasion for the that It IA i to be an annual affair. Johnson
car in a crash at NW 22nd art J. P Pas, 24, of 1434 NW 8111It. I --
and State Road 9 last Friday Brothers of Omega and KUe ta. A good photo.

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NAACP Need Not Show Records



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Washlrston The National

Goose Tatum at of Assnciatkm C, lorrd for IVople the won Advancement a U. S.

I Dinner Key Sunday 4 Rob Finance Companyfour I Supreme Its fight Court to withhold victory Its Tundaym mem

bmhtp, list titan Southern author -
armed' men held up a finance |t e.
Ylt company here Thursdayafter In a unanimous" decision the
beating the assistant man- eruct slrurk; down as Unt' 8ltJtu-
atier' and binding two other em1 I Daisy Bates Speaksat tonal l two tax ordinances. in LittleR
ployes. Their kt was estimated I =k and North Uttle Rock Ark|
In the tb uJa ck." requiring kcal) NAACP groups to
The men entered' the office of' ilk fifuncUl statements and to
the Sun Finance Co. 72J NW Mt. lion Tonight dw.l.e th4r memberifeip roles.
62nd st, at about 9.30 am. while I Rev Theodore' Gibson and Rev.
an accuenpuce apparently stayed I fetward, T Graham Miami mlnlers -

with their car nearby Mrs Daisy Bate' a national tp They ordered Mrs Ludle Board. momfcer. of the NAACP tension-011ed days. The' Jail for net turning over' the Miami
Thompson and Mrs. Anette Eden sad former president of the Arkansas public II Invited to attend the mreaterskip lists
I In Justice Potter
both empteyes. to lie down State Conference of meeting and see in person one an ffHnion by
SUtAsn the court held that the
then bound the women's wrists. brand n. will address, a mass of the outstanding freedom
and ankle with tape meeuac on Friday Feb 2 a at lighters in the south! two, measure were an unjutti-
gable violation of the rights of
Mt Zt&n Baptist Church 301 NW
They then turned on John Bur-
NAACP members U freedcra of
master, the assistant manager. tth It. at 8-JO: pm Mrs Bates, BANK FOR MIAMI aocialiun It also > said disclosure -
One of the men struck Burmaster became a national azure in tie
1t I of the list m.tbIUbJ< sz
Fiffct For Freedom by her couraa -
over the bead with a pistol Dur- DISCUSSEDA members to harawmcnt or bodily
It. muter fell unconscious lie aUo ).eu. stand in LHUe Rock harm
was bound. -**er* she guided the destinies ot
group of citizens met Tuesday
the brave Nome eWWren who 1n
As the four were scooping up : night to listen to a successful New York CHy. outlined the mechanics
money in the office Herroon Watsen New York bank president tail of getting the movement
the manager: arrhred. He bow a Federal Sarincs and Loan underwayThe
was ordered into a back room and 30 years old, the employes A..ed.Uon can be formed hereIn soaR entrH/siaslic group
and bound after one of the bandits Mid One cf them was wearing Miami present was quite receptive! to
took his wallet containing a geatee. They spent only about William R. Hudglns. chairman the idea and another meeting has
There will be -nofcroomsticks 17 five tutee in the office then of the board of Carver Federal been planned. far March 5 at theCarver
cr m-rror; but t roof &k1 t- All the men were between 20 escaped in a 1957 tta'o-tone Buick. Savings and Loan Association of YMCA
-hand map a inner JCeo1
Sunday. Feb. 2*
au when Reece (Goose) Tatum.and

Sweetwater the Harlem SUre trade' kDoWDas baskets Christian Hospital Dedication SundaySunday

!With the New York Celtics.
Goose Tatura Jr. to making
his basketball debut this season .., .

by p'-ayin* on the wane team with is dedication day for I I acres ccc-T'ra: a front bock! from of 15.000 and five acres of land sen. f'nt vice chairman Judge I
his dad. Wan ', newest hospital facility, 47h! to 48: 'j c'rect on 32nd aft by Mrs. Clarence 11, Bush. Miami L. E. Thomas, 2nd vice chairman;
setftyledpracTof -daJm the half m;iion dollar 50-bed Two tu.7 eq',;.pped operating It was not until recently when Lu'her O Carey: treasurer Dr.
the courts. combine Christian Hospital at 4700 NW I rr qm& up-l,:--date obstetrical dirisMin. the pick Foundation, acting un- James E. R>pn. secretary. Garth
: antics with baAatbafl' 92nd vDtdkatien. oeenplete diagnostic and red a bequest of Albert Pick: Sr. C Reeve. Rev Thedford Johnson -
remedy Clifton aia; -eevea. to I Xrray partmenta.. make then gave J7S.OOO to the building fund ", Mrs. Myrtle Davis Mrs.
wizard the alI-time greats" at the ceremonies will beheld w Christian IltwpiUl oDe of I If that the new Christian. hospital Florence MarkowKz Otis James
one of Globetrotters Ha-wa* the at 3 pm. February 21 at f the most modern in the South. took on aspects of reality. This and L L Brooks John C Full-
Harlem star last year with theDetroit the new hospital. Senator George The HoHp.UJ. stall oon Uts of both war quickly followed! by other more Jr Is administrator.
,using Pistons of th* National Smathet. the lion. Dante FasceH, Negro and White, has 80 physicians tooati ns, then a local lending
AsaociaUoo and spat Judge L. E. Thomas Albert Pick, aDd a raiular hospital teamof institution cooperated with \. Architect tor the new building
Basketball MI funds to complete the was Lester Avery; Market Industries
loop with Jr. and other prominent community gage nee-
In the same
sac seasons leaders iwill highlight the! canary. financing for this long- WM the contractor" and
KnickerboekenuTickets
the New York I Tracy Hare, admtautrator of Variety
OA sale at the Sr !;rocram. I The ao roftt: non-acctarian awaited hospital building.
are
Hotel tad Turner Sport The sprawling single story commu&tv ho >iul was orcanlzi U_taJ trustees Include Dr. J. Quldrec's Hospital war
John Shop. i 25,000 square foot structure on II J i ed in 1918 with an original grant P Darts chairman; Leo Robin- consultant to the architect





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cbolarsnip to worthy ladies of
" THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA the five high schools in the area
Zetas in Search forCinderella" The winner .Grill be
PAGE 2 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1960 the "Cmdu D. BalT ichedrtie4

this year In March. Jtunner-.
candidates will serve u the
"Miss queen's court. Mrs. Glad, Humes
Smith is chairman of t he CUderella -
Search Committee for the
,
The annual search for "Miss sorority
Cinderella" is being made by
members of Beta Tau Zeta Chap Sermon by Elder
ter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority,
Inc Three young ladles of high! Mack of MississippiThere
schools In the city have cast their
this coveted title. Love
eyes upon
ly Ellen Bethel, a senior at George will be a masterful sermon
Washington Carver High is acontestant delivered by Elder Made of
Ellen is the daughterof I Mississippi aDd also guitarist at
Mrs. Olga Bethel She is a the Church of God In Christ In
member of the Girl Counselors South Miami riday night Feb.
FTA. Oratorical Society 4-li %S. Everyone Is cordially Invited.
Club and serves as editor of theCarver rn I
By A. W. COOKE 4 Elder and Sis. Wilcox are sponsors
Clarion. She is Miss Car- t Elder' Horace Watson
;
I was reeding the "KelTJCO1'OUnd. been exposed to It; yet we are ver Htrh for 1959-60. tor. pas
," a leaflet that is circulated not all Christians how can we I
at North Miami Junior High then expect the mere presence of
School by Lorin F. Ashbaucher books to help our situation. Thinkof
curriculum assistant. I was hnpdessed how the Bible has been misinterpreted JABBERWOCK
by an article entitled and misused. In the II
Nothing to Do" which was contributed same iway. this so-called "psychological Monday Feb. 29th
to the Merrygoroundby approach to the raising -, I A
Mrs. Alky and was taken and handling of our children
from "Bethel Farm Journal. Let is also misinterpreted and mis-' -a B. T. W. Auditorium

me share it with you. used.

NOTHING TO DO Our "distant relatives hare. Franc:>.a Carmen Tybes a jun- ,
been using psychology for yean t-r ct North Dade High is the
The mother of a teen-ate student on their children in their home tVrd: contestant Her favorite
and a school official were and at their schools toward the partime is playing flue in the Beautiful Horn 011
speaking one day about the continual end of making their children bet- CKOO) band Yew LotI
complaint made by teenagers ter men and women. Let me ask| These young ladles were selected
that they hare nothing to you who are now employed in 5. by the sorority sponsor i anu
the homes of our "distant rela-i ., grains on the basis of character I|I b
do.The two then noted down at tires," and who come In contact) i fcho'.arih.p: ; and finer womanhood
least a few (items that would with their children is their qua'.tics: : : Std
completely answer their problem method: effective' Do their children -' : .
if followed out Published in the show the respect they should ..
Seattle Post Intelligencer, these Do their children appreciatethem .
suggestions were made. ? Would you want your
"Always we hear the plaintive child to behave the way your *.nal..t. bail11M' .....1M
cry of the teenagers what can "distant relatives children" behave -
we do? Where can we cot To this ? Psychology may be good. PLANNINGBUILDING
we can give some advice in the hands of the right person, Dorothy Ellen Jenkins presi- .
namely go home! just as the gospel is good to those dent of the Amicettes and a senior -
.who know how to use it But I'd at Booker T. Washington Is FINANCING.
"Hang storm windows, paint rather use the teaching of the vlelng for the honor. She is a Y..r New H.mREPAIRING .
the woodwork. hake the leares. Bible in raising my child than member of the newspaper staff
Mow the lawn Shovel the ..It. psychology any day. For I believe senior thevpian. Girl Counselors: '
Wash the car Learn to cook.' that the good Lord know Inter-Club Council and presidentof REMODELING
Scrub some floors Repair the more about raising children and the Inter-group Youth Council rELLEN .
sink. Build a boat Get a Job. expressed himself through the She is also a member of Mt Zlon RENOVATINGOver
"Help the minister the Jr. Red Bapti Church. She is the daughter
writers of the: Bible not T* .. v.ar. .f
tjr
Cross the Salvation Army. Visit throuth writers of psychology of Mrs. Dorothy Jenkins Me-
the sick. Assist the poor. Study books -lie that loveth a child Keilar C.strwttl.. I.,.r'.tte_
your lessons. And when you are sparcth not the rod. o.a,.. ." a.1o.tactl..
through and not too tired Give me that "old fashioned'
read a book or magazine. home training. It was good
4ac
HARLLM acNE
"Your SQUARE
parents do not owe
you enough for my parent it's good

entertainment"Your village does not owe you I, ren.enough for me and for my child SWEET SHOP rn CL(1)( e

recreational facilities. I i I AU ?'mons who believe In A PULL LINE OP GROCERIES. .
54171
"The world does not owe Adam
you and Eve and who are interested
a living. 'I in children and the abolition SOLO CUTS COSMETICS I BETHEL 1121 N.W. 29th Street
"You owe the world something. of Juvenile Delinquency ?nor N.w 10th .t..... Miami
"In plain simple words: Grow should use their Bibles u an F':3 r: -cJ as a result! of this
up: quit being a tT"babret out encyclopedia to answer all questions .. a r. ::t w b* crd to present .'W.I
of your dream world; develop a they may have concerning
backbone, net a wishbone; and Helping their children.
start acting like '' Use the book "
a man or a wo 15 Million Nee
man." I! iroea and 15 Billion Dollars" asa YOUR
CREDIT IS
"In a parent I'm tired erfnuntag. soap to wash out the mouth of O.K. ATBAKER'S
protecting helping ap-'' those Negro children who say:
besting begging, excusing tolerating $I "We have nothing to do." "The
denying myself needed 1 joy of living is in the advancing
comforts for your every whim i of oneself and at the same time depfv
and fancy Just because your is the advancement of others"- -
selfish ego instead of commonsense William K. BellRIMW
:
dominates your personality,I store _
and thinking and requests. I
The answer as to how
we can
curb juvenile delinquency in our I .RM-RAt.RIiypSUFFERERS

community found within this 137 North
I Miami
Avenue
writing -Nothing to Do" seems
Cod-sent Using psychology on sr"IUTI Mt Mtrru.... .*.(..rr.
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our children to curb delinquency,
a clPaKATp.rl .. .
mania*& nIf
is good but how many of us are, 10.a. ........ a-.r M 1if .CA1,
able to make practical application ....fl ti we......... It1.GR
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of psychology. Having books' a..Tona a I.asn..o.t nawrr.n.. NO '"
good MONEY )DOWN d
around for our children to read.) -
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may seem. another way of solvingour 71f- :"
problem. The Bible has been :
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I LA. Dodgers Here March 25 I SATURDAY THE MIAMI, FEBRUARY TIMES 27-, 1960 MIAMI, FLORIDA PAGE 3



i What were t h. malts msoa
4 for the Los Angela Dodgers vic i
L I tory In the 189 World Settee MIAMI ZETASWeek RIVIAL .
South Florida baseball fans may t
i find the answers nrfaen the Work i
Champions play the Baltimore finer Womanhood
Orioles, March 23 at Miami. Sta .c
dium.

This contest hlfhlifhta a 17* 4
fame Grapefruit League schedule Activities
with the Orioles, who train at .
the stadium the host club in each - GRIP D N1
Instance.Pittsburgh: .
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Zetas In the Dade County area }.
I opens the local slate will join their sisters throughoutthe
March 12 and 13, followed by world in observing the "last Clark Gains Split
C
dnnaU. Kansas
City Chicago full week in February and the
White Sox. the Dodgers New first week in March as Finer Decision in 'Palace
i York. Washington and the }Miami Womanhood Week. This week la
Marlins of the Triple A Internal set aside for Zetas ererymoere Feature Bout I
tional League. Miami has a full to rededicate themselres to the Coming from behind and displaying
l working agreement with DaIUI !- ideals of the .sorority and focua a good' defense and a
I mere. special* attention on community strong attack. Dave Clark. 165 of
L Stars expected to be seen la I participation. Projects for the Homestead won a split decisionover '
.
action include Mkey Manila, entire year are initiated and outstanding Sonny Tellecbea. 161 Miamiin
I Elroy Face, Dick Stuart Gee achievementa reoognz- the 4-round main attraction
Woodling. AH>Ie Pearson Brook at the Palace' Arena Monday R C Coleman prominent Miami pumped on Friday of this week
Robinscn Don Newcombe, Hank ed.The group will begin theirSreck" nUht gasoline dealer looks on as Gas w.U l cost the motorist no
i Bauer, Gus Zernlal NeW. Fox I with worsht service at In the semi-final bout of the petite Mary Jemings! daughterof more than the posted price. All
rr Sherm Lotlar. Luis ApaldOy I Church of Incarnation Feb. 28 evening Jack Sinatra. 158 New Mr and Mrs. Alexander' Jennings parUrpiating stations will displaythe
:" CharHe Doe Norm Sherry Gil Following the worship a special' Ybrk knocked: out Ted "Kid 1029 NW 67th St. and ft patient banner pictured. AGRA and
, Hodres, Drysdale. Duke Sni! memorial service will be held in Palace, 160. Miami! in! 137: of the at the Crippled Children Crippled Children's officials urged -
der Harmon Killebrew Roy S l e- Lincoln Memorial Cemetery' for first round of a scheduled 4- Rehabilitation Clinic does her Dade Countlans to let their
revs Yoirt Berra. Cston Howard' the departed members of the sorority rounder part of encourage Dade County tanks go empty and "fill 'em up"
and Gil McDoujaM. Miss Corlnthia M. Wilson In other bouts Chuck Vlnnlaf motorists to fill their tanks on Friday to help Dade County han
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There- will be a major le sue (1931). Mrs Johnnie Cherry 119. Miami, wen a unanimous decision Friday "-'b.. 28 to benefit the local dk'aJ1Iro children.
jfame In Miami each Saturday (I"'). over Lowery Clay, 119, Crippled Children's Society. i
and Sunday afternoon between Islamorada in the 3-round open Sponsored by the Allied Gasoline
March 13 and April 10. Monday Feb. 29, Mrs. Eugenia er. Retailers' Association more than JABBERWOCKMonday
Tickets are now on sale at the B. Thomas will present the annual -, Harry Belafente, 1ST, Moultrie. 400 Dade County service station
stedfero. 2301 NW 10th are. and gift of 1100 to hrlstian Hospital Ca. won a unanimous decision operators are expected to give Feb. 29thB.
reservations. may be made by Mrs. Dorothy Clark Bow over George flamingo' 153. Wil the Crippled Children's' Society'
man or bv phoning NE 9-5393. man will present clothing to Silver mington. Dela.. In the second' 3roundcr. two cent for every gallon of gas T. W. Auditorium
( The Orioles open sprtnf train- Oaks school March I. Bed .
tax Feb. 29 under the watchful linen will be given to James E. Roosevelt Dixon 1JO, Bunges.
eyes of manager' Paul Richards. Scott Nursery by Mrs Evelyn S., Ala scored a TKO over Carl
Williams. March 2. Presentationswill Lampkln Miami I In 1:15 of the
Fashion Show be made to high school girls second. round
March 3 The girls will be cited Many JanchilL 145. Miami
Cefors University of Cosmetoircv for their "finer' womanhood
Beech, scored a TKO over J ohnn -I
presents a previewrtnr of qualities. Presentations win be Vaushn. 137. Homestead
in
5% Hair! Styles and Fashion made act follows Northwestern, 1:45 Tea The show is Sunday Feb. Mrs Rcsetta Kershaw: North Jknmr i+ Robinson 185, Kansas j
n fmm tour to six at the JamesE Dade Mrs. Manruerite M, Miller City Ma. knocked out
Larry
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'Scot rvvnmunlty' Center No. Carver Mrs Frankie S. Rollej; Desl O. Rcchester. NY in 59
e. :200 NW 22nd are. i I Mars: Mrs. Kathleen B. Most; seconds of the first round of a I
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Booker T Washington.. .. Mrs. urIt rounder. i
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TORNADORS HOST I Bannerman'' # Pancbo Tellechca. 162. ).flam!, 'T
Area meetings for the grow I scored' a TKO over Roy. Hay-
Tn S F.. REGIONAL: I will be held March 4. Mendames wood. 163, Charlotte, NC !in 58
TOURNAMENT Gladys II. Smith. Willie Mae, seconds of the second round.
Orison Veraav P Jones Tries C,
"w ALONANttINNLY Foster and Hannah !Il Edrrard .
r-a the fh'H str1' M year the are area captains for the occa
Trrw' Tbnwloe. will b* the hotitf slon
tin the Sonthesflern Class A special rrdedlcation"& and repledre .
A. wrnarnf, **t Th* tournatiteat service' will be held March LOVELYHONES
-" M **M tn the BTW om S at the' home of Mrs Lenora B.
)'eoowoh 4 and 8.J Smith, The service will be con'
W'ttlam !tlrnw. athletic dlat ducted bv Mrs Ruth North Po
I -** ITTW fs{ director I of th. lite. associate director of Arnica
,....,...,, ..
t "''t and Leroy Perry It Affair <* the Southeastern Regional
a-'rtant.rn .
**.1 .leans tmrmattM-nt' the Mrs Martin IT !Shannon, as.sflciate .
T nrna' Ae'' won fourth place and director of the Southeastrn .
In IBM t'-" wen third place, Rf ion. Is urring< complete i f'4
ti"- paced first In 1957. tMrtkHnatton In all group acthrl-
FOR
rrae't trm will play in the tiN during the obervsnre SALE
.....""'"....t F>rt Pm! IWlePakn "Finer Womsnhood Week.* All of
1':''''. West Beerh. Fort ZHa In the area are expected to

v Ferrel.ir**i western.I'nrrr-.n Carrer Attucks North, )M r'epledgebtenire. rededication i}:
DrAr Mars and Trvrr T Wash- [

WMt ,. .vest Dillard won the
nahlo br. NEED CASH .
t'' nq rfeatlnc ftoose* -fj:
Wok R-vw-relt detest DillardIn
Hr State Tonmanwet' $25 to $600
RNKevett Is favored to win the
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i ) nche Elr. is the dark horse. Low Down Payments
". The te.m* that come In first IDEAL LOAN CORP. S i/ :--:.LJ .1
: sfrond. third and fourth place Easy Monthly Terms
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1060wmmm We have no poll tax. Why are we so lax in becoming

registered voters
Here we might also ask why out of the 22,000 reg-

istered voters,' so many stay away from the polls on election -

day l'Another
saying I Is that "a voteless people are a hope

less people."
Wake up and register folk! This Is 1960 with

wonderful opportunities knocking at our doors. Let us
Offtse at 1112 N.W. Third Avo.. Miami, Florida-Phone FR 1-2231
then be
will
Plant at 1740 N.W. 15th Ave"-pho. OX '..0421H. register and vote like first class citizens. We
in a better position "to seek, and we%ill find, knock and
E. 8IQISMUND REEVES, Editor some closed doors will be opened to us."
Garth C. Reeves Managing' Editor and Business' Manager
- There Is a bond Issue to be voted upon In May. ThisIs
),....""' nf the Amnrlted :Nero' J-rtoM a very important matter and we should be interested In

Member of the National Newspaper Publishers A.mdatleeU.te.ed It.
You must register in order to be able to vote in this
.. fferond. C1..... Mt rr. Auff *t 0, : at tM Port Offlcr
at Miami. .'nrt..., under the art of March "t. 17 bond Issue election in May
Remember your present registration will not entitle
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: you to vote.Everybody must register again if he or she
ONE YEAR ".!O SIX MONTHS I2.7S THREE MONTHS $1.70
is to vote on the bond issue.
""MtEOO OF TIIH XKOHO PRK88" Miss Bertha Elizabeth Jxaa,
The books are now In the precincts: at the following
of Mr. and Mrs. Gus
THK NEGRO PRESS brllrrr* that America<< can bed l .l the world daughter
frMB racial and national antactonUuit when It arronU to etery man places: James of 438 NW tth st., apt. 6,
ncr41 m of r.c*. color or rrrvtl' hla human and legal Hctata. I latin* Womble Tag Agency, 744 NW 54th Street whoM engagement to Otis Wilson
no man. fearing no nta.-4b* Neater .'...... strife*. to help rrrry maw Garage at 1120 NW 7th AvenueCarpenter's her,parents.A is now. being announced by
hi O. firm bHfe4 that all men sere hart M lone .* anion I* bold
17th Ave.
b.eL Union Hall, 2955 NW 19S9 graduate of Booker T.
U. S. Marine Reserve Center, 6600 NW 27th Ave. Washington High School of Miami
Miss James who is well
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKA Opa Locka City Hall, 777 Shararad Ave. known among; the younger social
Coconut Grove Bayfront Park 2820 McFarlane Rd. set of Miami held the distinction
LESSON IN RACE RELATIONSHIPSome This is a tax-ralsing bond Issue. Register now while of being one of the atten
dants to the Booker T. Washington
very interesting: events are taking place in the books are in the precinct Alumna Homecoming queen

South and more of them can be expected. Youth seems to during the annual celebration
last .
be on the march. BROTHERHOOD WEEK yur.Mr Wilson a 1957 graduate of

Last Sunday at Punta Gorda in our state, fifty Negro Boer, also attended St. Augustine .
This Is Brotherhood Week. There fo so much to be
College, Raleigh N. C.
youths, members of a softball team went to Bayfront Park
done in his world in bringing about the "Fatherhood of The marriage will be held dorIni -
and played two games with team of thirty white youths.
a the month of June of this
God and the Brotherhood 6f Man
The Negroes won both fames. However, that's not the year -Pboto by Deal.
If we could only get this over to those in authority,
point matters not which team won. They played a white
who really the cauft?, how much better our world
can help
team for the first time in the city par. In other words, would be. *""*. Do You Hare a
the young people made history in Punta Gorda and set
an
This very week our Senate is divided and so senatorsor Drinking Problem?
example that their elders could well emulate
some of them are fighting or planning to fight againsteven ALCOHOLICS
The white team had played four or five'games with
considering a civil rights measure. ANONYMOUSCAN
these boys in the Negro park. Now they invited them to
They should read section I of Article XIV of the Con- HELP YOU
come to the city park where they play other games."hat'.
with that situation of the United States. Here Is a part of It: All persons No dues or feee
wrong born or naturalized in the United States and subjectto
They had mixed spectators and there were no inci PHONE
the jurisdiction thereof; are citizens of the United
dents. Why should there be? States wherein they reside. No sate shall make or enforceany FR 9-0282

However, there was some reaction. The Associated law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities OX 1-1278

Press reports city officials were unhappy about the integrated of citizens of the United States, nor shall any state deprive .

play, but didn't know how to stop it. any person of life, liberty or property without due

"The police chief said "We didn't know how to handle process of law; nor deny any person within IU Jurisdic.
it lie told the Negroes they were causing trouble and tion the equal protection of the laws."

to finish their game in their quarters." They remained and If these provisions, with others, in the Constitution,

played. were carried out there would be no need for any Civil
Telephone calls flooded the police department. Rights legislation.

That's natural. This was news! RSALTV
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Mayor Dave Deegan said he thought there was a Announcement
AnnouncementAlice
state law prohibiting integrated sport If the city police West Hollywood
Mrs. Beatrice' Bethel announcesthe
were unwilling to take action there was nothing he could marriage of her daughter Brown and Freddie Lawrence $-495 DOWN
do about itPunta Mabel M Bethel to Alfred Stirrup Smith were married hereon Gorgeous new 3-bedroom,

'Gorda youth are to be congratulated for take The ceremonies were performed February 15. The newly rweds. 2 bath on large lot near
on Monday, Feb. 22 8
ing such a step to bring about better race relationship., p.m. at Temple Baptist Church, are residing at 1001 NW (2nd st,. school, shopping and bus.
These young people will be the rulers of tomorrow. They Rev 1* A.. Thompson officiating. at 23 Move right in, par balance
are visionizing in the right direction. They should be en like rent. Give your familythe

couraged.In Lest Call us
JN ** ? Ftofteert Is sine sax*
North Carolina 300 college students show their --

disapproval of being segregated at lunch counters in Near N.W. 54th St.

downtown business places. joiufcus $595 DOWN

They visit such stores as Kress Woolworth Walgreenalso Lovely, neat and clean S*

drug stores with lunch counters. They take seats and NEW bedroom, one bath home on
wait to be served but so Car no success.It huge lot. Completely fur

U the same program as CORE that has been successful nished. Pay only $80 month,
in integrating eating facilities in Baltimore Kan. that's less than rent. We

sas City and other cities. NOW GREYHOUND have the key. Let's show you

In Chattanooga Tenn., the students were not so suc this.

cessful. There was some violence on Tuesday and Wednesday RACING
and the police had to interveneIn Liberty City

Tallahassee 11 Negro youths, "most from Florida 3-Bedroom New 2 Baths

A and M University were arrested for "disturbing the r e Iedwlears f.el., h.w.A.,1 t..eartht Gorgeous new CBS 3-bed-

peace" when they failed to leave after taking seats in a .) 1I..id. r.id.wrs.nd'.wish hbawieue room 2 bath, with built in

downtown variety store lunch room. 4 at.nww.d.ri.w, r..M.y G..yh.wsdasxlwe oven and range and many

CORE has been working at It In Miami for some time. rwehrly..c.ot srwd.y, other features. See this now.

No definite results as yet but everything goes on orderly. Small deposit will hold t&

However stand at counter with the general public .e closing. Only one mortgage,
and you are served. no closing costs. Better har
4J 800FM ry. Don't pay reaL Only
: $995 down and EZ terms.
WILL YOU PLEASE REGISTER? .
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We are continually complaining about our rights, and Orchard Villa Duplex
we Have a right to complain, but we have got to do more ALL NEWLUXURIOUS
than talk There is a common saying "talk is cheap, but '' rt Beautiful, like new, CBS, T
I I INZGRO bedroom each aide include
money buys land. You will agree that this statement is
lovely furniture. Best loca
true. Now here is one Ye Editor wants to give you: "Talk tion. Near everything. City

fs cheap, but votes get results." SECTION! water shopping and Iras.

At the present time in some southern states Negroes Requires $2,500 down, balance
are not allowed to vote, or are hampered from doing so EZ terms.
another.In THE NATIOM'S GREYHOUND SHOWfUa
in one way or ====:a
our state of Florida. Negroes exercise their rightof CASH FOR YOUR LOT

franchise; especially so In Dade County. For many B.17thru
years now our white brethren have encouraged Negroes / 1 CLUB JUNE 2 BRIGHT REALTYPL

to register and vote. 744M. 281 NW Tfch St.
In spite of this fart our registered voters list is far 37lh AVCNUC and 7th STRICT fiorthweat MIAMI

below what it should be.

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----,--... J--u. .JfftIt.A $JL1'tJJ'O.".'" fair city owe the King of Cuba a|:J-:..-.!.-!- .' .. '. . .' '. .. :.' .
deep debt of gratitude. This club
,e. THIS and THAT .e brought the beat minds on the I
national and local fronts to us. to I
stimulate us from a lethagaric
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---------------- community repose. Many of our I FtThTITY.AsYg
f The race of mankind would Philadeapba. needed community projects bad I
. peristo did they cease to aid each! their beginnings, and received I
I other. We cannot exist without I!I I Invitations are In the mail for impetus from the discussions and
f mutual help. All. ,therefore that the King of Clubs annual dance, thinking in the forums. We canhetp I
I need aid have the ri&hto ask1itffrora I It I' March 4 at the Bayfront Auditor to repay this debt of gratitude
j OX & 69th St.
1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave.
when and .
U the
loran
t j their fellowmen; and no I lust In the receiving line will be are
; one -who has the set in motion again. We can do
power of grantIng Judge and Mrs. I* E. Thomas,
1 i can refuse It without guilt." Dr. and Mrs. J. I* Baas Principal this by attending. and supportingtheir I
and Mrs. W. C. Cogdell. Mr. and propama.Today j
r A torch bearer of Right for Mrs J. W. Everette. Mr and Mrs. their programs entered FRIDAY SATURDAY
i Human Beings Mrs. Daisy Bites D A. Julius. Into areas of the control and prevention j

: will speak at MU ZIon Baptist Members are AU,. Henry Ar- of combating juvenile .. ...
Chuwh, Friday evening." It U an rinjlon Gcorrenton., L. I* delinquency. They are now sending F..rnmaTweJ\UMSroKE1IIJ t pro t a...: .
a boy to ,
I inspiration and challenge to heart Bfcbs, Dr. Roy E. Boggs James all collage underwriting M-Or.W........
her. .Your support Is needed. I I I Chandler Ernest Crowder, Dr. There are many expenses such students Incurred.in tmt Of TM rmi AauiT ncnant of INI TiAti
W H. Murrell Dr. R. H. Portier, the j I
Wiyllls Wheatley Elementary Thrust" Reynolds, Carl Rhetta, theY can community point with to pride.who Each m "sawllf_ CMowIt"

School: celebrated the month of Lcrell Richardson Frank Stirrup, year they provide
February as Negro History Jr.. Ambry Davis Dr I. P, Davis ships" for boys whose"camper-rents _.JIEL IIcCIEI.IWI_.liBll
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Month. Each day a phase of Negro <, Roosevelt Denard, D. A. Do-jglas are unable to provide the cost of
life and achievements were' Oscar J. Edwards ST., Daniel R. such an activity, Volunteer PLUS -
j in-pointed. Local citizens spot-1|, Francis Hubert H. Gill, Dr. 1L are rendered Individually services J

lighted were: Garth C Reeves of H. Green. Otis James Dr. Von D a.7d collectively! To each "King"I
the Miami Times; Father John Mlzell. Dennis Smith. give a hlbi< Cukner. and Rajroond AranhaJsenior I: Hfcxurarr members are afoo.( f
speech' and drama FAMU James Evans of the U. S. Dept of rI j
student and others whose names State and Dr. Kefeey I* Pharr. AIR CONDITIONEDBUNCHE I aweyTtgN
I did not secure.' This too. is a I Early in the life of Miami a
Irving part of "Our American nu. retired business philanthropist j s
Heritage." and stalwart citizen Dr. lole
''K. I* Pharr did much to guide THEATRE OA LOC "s j
.
Who was Dr. Daniel Hale WU- the youth of the city It was he SUN. THRU WED j
hams He was the world's greatest I. who saw the need' and organizedthe
Chremcraw Club. The "TOXIE"Starring j
Negro surgeon and medical name
man. his career serves u an in. ympolizcd the initials of the EMS. I Fiegert. j SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
apiration to doctors everywhere.A youngsters This was welcome James EdwardsNat j
member c4 the American' Medical group during the summer months.
Association and a founder of The meetings were stimulatingand -Kh,." Celt In I

the National Medical Association, the social activities were "Night of The Quarter I Every place you'll be hearing aboutaurnie
Dr. Williams *U1 forever be remembered supervised. Moon" you go
u the KUert" to perform It was from this& group that the I
organization of the King of Clubs _
a surgical closure of a I II
wojnd in the heart and pertcar- germinated Dr Clarence' Edwards .
divan in I.,. now residing in Wathinju-
ton. D. C. originated the idea. lie I AIR CONDITIONED
was a member of such in
a group
We salute Mrs. Alvin W. Houston Boston where he was studying at : RITZTHEATRE I ; Tut Ins JNC Guns. JMC Smunoits or TNC Cm Ben Smut
(Theoria), She was chosen the time Others joining In the I
Woman of The Year by the local
organization were Miller Cothns. j
chapter cf Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.
This honor b timely and nreil now living in Chicago; Ferrest I PROM WARNER BROS. TECHNICOLOR* I
Reynolds and others Dr. Pharr NOW SHOWING :
earned. It was Mrs. Houston who
gave support to the idea.

gave of the direction ChrUtlan to the Hcpttal.development Todaythe The of Hie 'LAST ANGRY MAN"Paul EGAN'McGIJIRE DEE KENNEDY DONAHUE
purpose orgaRleatkrs Muni
hospital stands as a monura.nt j
was patterned after the Des- I
to her of service -
years a
tcn group which ua to stimulate
service for which dollars and Plus'
cents' could never pay, Mrs, thinking on pcrUaent quetk I j PLUS t
cf the time
by conducting fer- "Haiti of Coral Sea"Mv
Houston now in retirement finds urns with prominent local" stateand I j jTT'F

time with: t o carry on volunteer wort. national petvonal.tie arprakers. ? mutt+' fAir ...usjaai. j .{ '/I.IE'4V- nj 1
many agencies in the community
'
The social areas such II' ..
Captain and Mrs. Alvin dances and j oo'i
f rtir were also apart j m ITS WAV
W. Houston are the parents of of the pattern Ce,4W.ftH I .
two charming dauthtera. For many years the "standin-
rocm-only" forums were held in CAPITOLTHEATRE
Zeta's Amicae Fellowship Tea, the chapel of the Pharr Funeral
held In the garden of the SdJeIkI'DOftI' Home. I I
They were the main cultural 'BO
home was attended by ,
attraction on dC"Slpatt'dSUnda1 SAT. MIDNITE ;
more than 200. "Pre-teens" were in the ,
afternoon. Miss
featured guests on the cQgrom. Charlotte Ellison served as pianist. I Sun, Men. Twta W...
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The audience> received them Many other willing souls "A SUMMER PLACE"
warmly. Mrs. EL B. Thomas chapter
helped in the
programs. with' Richard Egan"Cdda"
spnsor of the group, acted as 1, Times changed and so did :Johnn .
mistress of
ceremonies.! Greetingswere
the
structure and climate of the
relayed from Dr Deborah dub and rightfully so Today with Glenn' Frd and ,
Wolfe, grand basikus: Mrs) EUaJ'tsba' the roster reads like whoa ...1\0 Insepia Rita Haywerth
Southeastern Regional director male club life in Miami. J 6011t
and Mrs. Olive B. Williams.
We who
nor reside in this t
Southeastern Regional director .1 1an
; and Mrs. Olive B. Wil t

llama of Southeastern Zeta Amicae.Regional Mrs. RuthN. director *+ ALAN FREED JIMMY ClANTON

Polite, assistant. Southeastern .k SANDY STEWART CHUCK BERRY
Regional director of Zeta Amicae -,4 I iq raw......
was presented a gtfU nll*Iddie Imn .Jdi lUll G4 I'9i1E61.' iiP'/' '

DI u.us: l DIIIIIS Wa ana. .

Mr. and Mrs. George. Aumal. I.

tre of New York City are herein
the city tor an extended val
cation. They are guests of the Sir
John Hotel Do have a good time. STARTS THURSDAY
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Popular Algonquin Club mcmbrr. -| a I 1

Robert -Buster" Parka has JF ----
repined the ranks of the eligible
bachelors again Mr. Parka is a COftKL WILDEYKTOftiASHAW
maintenance engineer at the
FUEl !
Northwestern Senior High School.

Sybil Farrlngtoa Farquerson. Ir fc wnHJBTwCMYK 4 DGE

the former Mrs., Bert Far+queraoss, I !
.was granted permission by the DFETERNny
courts to transact her business
without the signature of her ,
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spouse; and also granted the use
of her maiden name. All of this Straighten your hairat c=:i IICJE{ asY.a.
adds to her being "foot loose
up free.1 ...... a easowr -. ..
and fancy HOME in

Visiting the Tim" Undseya to,
t Liberty City are the Homer Hun-1 I one easy application! PLUS -

ten from Ohio. Mrs. Hunter will

be and remembered brilliant fashion a* the plate capable and I Now you can have the longer looking, straight hair 'IOGW 'C BIG SXE Gi
you've admired. The Silky Strata home method a
registered nurse Olivia Crwder) easy SY GuNE
I a "
who lived here at one time. five you prof eaatonal-type result, leaves your hair lAi2 EYfQYG

easy to manage, ready to style u you d.n. Your

small The Hunters dinner were given guests by at Mrs.a hair stays straight longer,won't go back even in hot teat, i r tt.a

Blanche J. Smith, popular speech! humid weather. Iary-to-follow directions money-back }

and hearing terse*** in Special guarantee in every package. \
Education. Friend! of the Hunters ( .
are wishing that they win GENTLE sirs gt for worn** o4duldrt r i g rt
get enoorn sand in their shoes to *'.longeriat.hsir.. rSI gr

return here permanently.Former REGULAR ttrwigtk for maCttktrt. \
grt eoarttr Itatr.EM .4 TE
MlamUn. Urs. TCllan TWO OUNCC VM $125 ) s t t t Ison wawres
B. Stewart (Sara Scott) collected ... ......., ttxjcosiaA t13U tA ICfi![
kudos galore for the flawless c-.Ie Ilse U II.II Mw,eI.to ?
production. "Apostle of Free t

dom" presented at the AMY AT AU COSMETIC COUNTERS I tJ1r -...,....,..... -IIIr. ..--..
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA= Phyllis WheatleyArt

PACE 6 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1060 and Social ClubOn DRIVER'S LICENSE !

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Phyllis WheaUejr Art and Social BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
Along Freedom's RoadBy Club met at the home of Mrs. M.
White at 3075 NW Slit terr. After
a business meeting the hostess O'BERRY'SMAGIC
RUTH PERRY ..-- lavishly entertained. The Club is
...... currently its third an-
_ UI 'Uv.-! -- -- -- -- planning CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
nual banquet and fashion parade
Do you know that the NAACP registrating and. voting, some of to be held at the MI Club on 4-7756
covers the country, and that Ita' the members were made to move. April 28. Members are planning a FR
strength lies in its membership ; These were tenant farmers. Others unique affair, which is given for 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
People of all races and religions were fired outright from their the club's philanthropies. Mrs.
are organized into more than a i Jobs. One Negro lost his position Mildred Monroe is chairman of
thousand branches youth councils ', as princteJ in t he elementary the Fashion Parade and promises
and college chapters which school There have been all kinds something "saecial."

in turn from thirty state conferences 'of threats; Negroes have been The next meeting will be on Highland 4-20S5 Frt Consultation
and several regional con denied loans from banks and March 14 at the home of Mrs.,
ferences. The NAACP was formed many business places would not Flora Strachan 1937 NW 5th SOUTHERN CLINIC
in 1909 when 53 Americans deal with members of the CivicLcajue. place with Mrs. Pearl Wise a*
witb a deep devotion to the cause hostess Urinary and Chronic Diseases
of civil rights and humane race In North Carolina Negroes are Mrs Marie Price is president;
relation banded together to right given an educational test which Mrs. Mable I. Daniels, reporter. Hours 10.4 2147 CORAL WAY
of the shocking wrongs being is not known to be given to any
sane inflicted upon a group of fellow member of the white race. This Cvo. by Apt. (Near 27th Ave.)
ClubThe
test is really not a test but 1U Royal 20
that time, the
citizens. Since Closed Wtd. Bus No. 4 to door
association has expanded steadily more of. a trial for Negroes applying
Americans increasingly have for registration says a Negro Royal Twenty Women'sClub
as mom this area. According to of Coconut Grove held its
Joined the force striving for racial
this persons, applicants are given rejular meeting at the spacious
justice. a copy of the Constitution to home of Mrs. Vera Clarke of 3456
THE BALLOT read from until the registrar' says W.llianu Ave., Occonut Grove.
top. When the registrar is asked This meeting was especially
The NAACP has set as its Immediate if the tested was passed' she says meaningful for old business was YALE S. LUNIN CLINIC
goal the elimination of no. A word was mispronounced.And the order of the day. Many previously
au state-imposed. segregation by I tabled projects plans and
consequently there Is no registration. fount 10 aum. 1 p.m.
1963, the centennial of the Enunciation ideas were reborn and rehashed.
PrcctomaUon. TO achieve It is very obvious that registering It fe hoped that in the not too
this objective means for the assoc.ation and voting is a hard thing to distant future these will become Evening 5 p.m. 8 p.nu-Closed Tuesday

an ever-greater intensity do in many sections' of the south. realities. I
of work between now and Strong NAACP membership will Expressions of sorrcnr: were Take bus No. 14
the Emancipation centenqiaL It break up the strangle-hold white made to Mrs. Rose Bryant, whc.

also requires larger membership supremacists have had on the hosted the previous meeting. Jan. 2237 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-1801
and increased financial resources. ballot If you are not already a 24 and her sister, Mrs. Carrie
The NAACP branches in Dade member, Join today and start Bryant They had returned to the
County are currently holding walking with others "along city after attending the final
their annual Membership Drive. freedoms road." rites of their father in Tampa.
Along with this campaign for re- Mrs. Carlee Daniels offered
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rk ail of expired membershipsand thanks to the hostess for her

the recruiting of now ones, PUN PHUN preparation of a delightful repast RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
goes the drive for increased voter which was enjoyed by the
registration. For there can be HI I'IIII. OM"'O.'EUI members" and guests Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins
Mrs Ada Belle Dunn is preside 9
in the freedom -
no appreciable gain
fight without Negro Americans I -; n; Mrs Ethel Peavy, reporter. CRectl't. painless, non..I.kli office treatments at low sostno -

accepting their responsibility I have a neighbor who an loss time' or Income. Avoid' surgery and hospltallsatlon. Why
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of registering and voting.I', electrician. Ills home reflects his wear truss Why suffer, delay and get .'rNr
There u no doubt but that Negro occupation. On his parlor walls J.. F. DEAL STUDIO
Americans voting in free elections hangs this framed saying "Ohm CONSULTATION FREE m
might be very instrumentalin I sweet ohm." In the kitchen there 307 N.W. 2nd Ave. Special medication, treatments, ditto for arthritis, neuritis, uleers. -

winning the rights guaranteed i I -For is an extra switch" on the wall We Make All Kinds of Picture blood pressure sinut, anemia' lost vigor chronic dlM....
to them by the Constitution. discipline, he says (He
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and .
men
We women.DR.
copy and enlarge pictures of
Public officials who now deny has two children.) Reminds me

Negroes citizenship: rights may I of the quip I heard about the your loved ones at tall price. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING
very well be deposed by a strong: modern home. It's a place where
Negro vote. I everything is controlled by Phone FR 4-3034 21 S.W nth Ave, FR 1.174I o A General Health Service
\\4't1.ches except the children .
CIVIL RIGHTS LAW -
I My neighbor doesn't write letters -- -
With the passage of a federal He sends all message by wire.
civil rights law, and the promise Such loyalty! lie is brilliant too.
of even stronger provisions to be He is writing a treatise on ilea
written into this law the first tricity and will call It "Watt's

such legislation to be enacted by I watt .in electricity ATTENTION PROPERTY
Congress in 82 years the NAACP has a no* legal tool with which lie follows the current styles but
to work in its long-standing efforts refuses to wear shorts thyTe
to secure full suffrage for dangerous for electricians.. Besides
Southern :-.oea. The right to be doesnt want to shook
vote is a Consututteaal right, and the neighbors. & OWNERS
until qj4 in large measure from asked him sty be didn't have ,

southern Negroes.In any power plants, and be explained '" *
some sections of the deep it this way "Light bulbs unlike fJ Tv; $?' ''-
lily bulb dool take root. A
South Negroes have never voted

their and are right even through now belt threats denied of most dont you fnHLtmtnf think atatomonL, f Your House Lot Is Paid For And

Born in Poland my neighbor *
vioUsiee, laUmfeiaUon and sub %," > r
to America when ..* *" -. "' 'J .
In came be beard r > :; ; / ,- -
terfuge. Mississippi, a Negro
has that he lived in the power companies were short
Tallahatcnie reported County (has where Emmett of Poles.in He the served city of his apprenticeship Yx 1>ttAl'e Interested In Building
WUhn.Cton. '
Till murdered for ; :
was ) over before ; V' Kvt7.vy : -
coming to Miami As ,
SO years. He has tried to pay his he explaned it, -I went from \ ; m' .
poll tax and register three times,
and has been turned down. lie Washington D.c. to Miami, A-C. : ii A Beautiful3BEDROOM
I could tell you more about my
was informed the
by deputy sheriff -
neighbor, but I must snap the
that no Negroes could pay poU .
switch before I blow a fuse and
taxes in this county. Many of the
the lights go out. I've overloaded
Negroes there are afraid to rebter the circuit
because of fear of loss of HOME
Job, credit and violence.

YOU CAN HELP STOP THISIn Why be Out of Style?

Tennessee, not a single Negro Let us convert your double-
has registered" in a certain I breast ..wt0 a single breasted, I I Is4
county since lUxonstruclton" Days. narrow lapeL $11 up. ,
When Negroes tried to organize Your Smiling Tailors, 037 NW
themselves into a Civic and Welfare 3rd Ave, Reuben Hepburn. Prop.
League with emphasis on I Indf
tTHEN CALL
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THE INCARNATION MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.

Church School and Adult E. M. Thomas pastor '

Bible Class ..... ..-"..-. 930 Phyllis Myers reporter
Solemn Sung Mass -- 10:45 Sunday School .,..... fc..
EYC Meeting __........." J30 Morning Worship -.- HiM
Evensong .___________-__ __. 730 B. T. U. MN :
Worship ,:00
I Evening -
Friday and Saturday Feb. 26
1InetoC&cTe and 27 )is Bazaar time. Where? Sunday morning the sermon
The parish hall, 1701 NW 69th was rendered by our pastor. Berave
st Time 4 to 10 pm. I know you us a wonderful topic and it
have been patiently waiting for i,I was very interesting.
this jolly. event. Well the time 111 1
here, this weekend. Come and Again Sunday night our pastor
before with the nights
See at the came us
enjoy yourself. you
sermon which was "God is Call-
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bazaar. Okay? I I
Sunday Quinquageslma Sunday -!<11n,." I'm sure that everyonethere
I MT. HERMON A. M. E. Feb., 20, Church School andBible enjoyed it very much.

I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I tho' 3 mul Oa,. pastor Class at 930 am. I I Visitors are always welcome to
Sunday School 138 Solemn Sung Mass and sermon,come and worship with us.
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1960 Morning worship ll.0l 10:45 ajn.; Special guest at this

Evening worship ... ..... 7:00 service The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority MARTIN MEMORIAL AME
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Publicity Committee ; EYC meeting, 8 pm.
Solemn Evensong with a programof Richmond Heights
JEWISH CENTERTO t'KU.NOihIP BAPTISTitcv. Progress in 59 or more progress sacred music, 730; pm.; Special R.v Albert Jones, pastor

CELEBRATE \... J. tturney pastor is being made In 1960 at the feature On the program the MUma Harris, reporter
cuucua WiuMMi reporter biggest little church in town. Dorsey Junior High School choir Sunday School ..."............. 930
NEGRO HISTORY Dwa') bCDwl ..... IJU The president and pastor wishto under the direction of William Morning worship ___________ 11:01
.a.lIUUI woiimp lluv thank all boards and choirs of Johnson. ACE League .................... 430
WEEKWhen arena,. ural1W. -.-....... 1uu various churches, that help to I Tuesday the traditional Shrove
make their first anniversary a i. Tuesday service followed by the Church of Transfiguration
people come to know A number of members have returned swears in raising $1474)1.) pancake supper sponsored by the
each outer truly know Mch other from the hospital. Let us Altar Guild, 8 Pm.: Ash Wednes- (Episcopal 1)
it ww be hard for bigots, racists vuu team and continue in prayer Stewardess Board No. 2 will day, March 2, Solemn Sung Mau 2571 N.W. 152nd Terr.
and hate-mongers to spread. Joy all of them. hold their first anniversary Sunday and the Imposition of Ashes ea.rn Yen. John E. Culmer
distension among to m. Before Feb. 28. The public is cordially .. Choral Litany and medita priest in charge
we can ask that "ye love one another Church of The Open Door Invited.BROWNSVILLE. tion on The Three Temptations" Stanley Sweeting, reporter
,' we must first demand that"ye afeo Impositions of Ashes 8 pm. Services every Sunday
know one awA er." Congregational) BAPTIST Friday. Low Mass 630 am.; Sta- Morning Wcrhtp "..-.w :30
Rev. W. C. McDonald, pastor tions of the Cross, 8 pm. followed Sunday School ........... 1030
Toward this end' of coming to A. .1:;. Meal reporter 2749 N.W. 49th Street by choir rehearsal of the St.Cecilia's .
knew one another, the Greater Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor choir.MIAMI ST. MARY'S W. M.
Rev. Nick Siieo
Miami Benevotent Society u observing was our guest Annie Pratt reporter
Negro U *tw-1 Week on kpeake last Sunday. Rev.' Mc- Sunday School .,......,...., 930> Rev. E A. Culmer pastor
Friday evening Feb. 28 at the utmeil! was tn Christian Hospital Morning worship .,... T-U...., 11:00: Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter
Jewuh Cultural Center, 429 recovering from 1W'. l7. We Evening worship ...,...,....., 7:00Our TIMES ADS Sunday School .............. 938:
Lenox Ave., Miaou Beach. The ..n: expecting nun to be with us Call OX 1-0421 TODAY! Morning worship ,_.... UM
Booker T. Wa-hingtoo High aunday and continue his series of pastor and family were I Evening worship ............ TlC
School: Oborus, under the direction .cn\eo Services. called out of town on the weekend -
of Ira. Leila Williams, will The BUAUW and ProfessionalCub for the funeral of his wife's
spear in a series ol Negro free' of the Munch Branch father which the whole church
den song, and a one act tragedy YWCA<<: worshipped with us Sunday. mourned with them. OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
called M Breeders" by Randolph Mrs. Guru Braynon u the We do thank Rev. Rodgers for
Edmonds will be presented un- precedent, Miss Enid Curtis is ''I'' carrying on for him. He did very
der the dirvction of Leroy Wa* 1- uie stall wurker. well both morning and evening. TilE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
ington The speaker will be Hey The announcvmeot was in t.h.t. He preached out of his soul and PSYCHIC READER
Edward T. Graham of the Mt church buileUn giving dates of was enjoyed immensely.Our .
Zion Baptist Church and E. A. our Ux'na.e conlervncc: : at Avon shut-ins are Rev. Orange,,i
Slander, cultural chairman of Park Lodge. We are hoping that Rev.' Smith, Sis Eugene Knight }
the Greater Mimi. Benevolent Y
the will
young pe Society.We to % UI'. towards attending. BAHA'l ASSEMBLY

ask aU our Negro neighbors Vwwra and friends are always Mrs Ethel Holmes, wife of
to be with us that evening and eku.ne: at our services in the Prof Maurice Holmes of the University e
help us celebrate this important auditorium, of the Seventh Day of Miami will Iced the r
occasion. The program wiU be Adventist School auditorium dUcuMion: at the Center 7 pan.
very interesting and the admission Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday Feb. %I. Her subject will
is free. Please remember the be -Do We Need a World Court
date and place, Friday, Feb. 26 at. KLLLY'5 Everyone Is invited to partkl *te
CHAPLLJ4ceu:
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i pat at the Jewish Cultural in this discusson.
Center, 429 Lenox Ave., Miami lriwer reporter
Beach. Bring your friends and nc. lwruy Deli, pastor ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH

neighbors. Admission tree. UOc1Jll bcnuM ...-... ........... ...)
IVb27 Murnwg" wuunp ...-.....".." IIM* 5154 NW 23rd Ave.
AI. \:. I. _._. .. B.UW Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor
FIRST NEGRO LVclUll& .aursuJp..... .......... 1Ju Mrs. Mildred Thomas, reporter
Sunday School .-,,..,.., fcjo am.
SPEAKER The officers and members 01KciaJ'a ; Morning worship -,,11:00t 1A't ray years. of Ktiwrimc. ffukt and pm4*ooM tbn'efIJIe
Chapel are in the midsd Evening worship TOO a UcttllM*"> guide tin ship !. a .CoraW1IKX .
a buikliug fund drive i*hich. Prayer service Wed. .....
...,. ...- I ...., 1:30
: arat '
Mill climax
Sunday, Feb. 28. j OTIIKR FAIL YOU liRE MIC
The public is invited to attenda AU members and friends are
For Success in Business And Love
program in behalf of the build invited to a fish fry and coffee on1 I
.. ing fund drive at 3 30 pm. Feb. Saturday night Feb. 27. Also the l I CONSULT HER -
a*. Any choir, group or individual Holy Wonders will sing at 730. I t
,Baling to help us in this drive After service Sunday night,' You can now have your horn mad happy
by appearing on this program cane out and be entertained by Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
pieMt get in touch with the program a group of good singers. 0 Don't Stay in the rut, let out now

c&airraan, Mrs. Thelma De- By the help of Cod she can help you
voe.LULMLZLK. TEMPLE BAPTIST

f Rev L. A. Thompn. pastor Remove evil influence, if you are aide, worried or la

I, : MhlHUDlSTL Sunday School: ......... ".21 trouble
Asruo L>. iiau. Morning worship __ l1Of It will tray you to cU .* tAnune 1. lUmerick.auiMta pastor BTU .......?..?____.....___ w-: .
I I'eIPOIUI \VtwrtfcMMuuuMU runt* truly for help and advlr, Joe too CM
: ) Scfeool ...?.........._ 8:1 Evening worshio ..._.._.._w 7-01
Mwrn.ug service ......._.._..... 11M.e.Vt'fUR& A large number of the be touched by this strange taisterow powerWHY
MTV ice ......_..,.._.. 7.-OC bership of Temple will attend mem ; GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

:. A very unique program willgwen be services at New Bethel Baptist Tt* ...... (J .I who drllrrr MUM' *nti ,... rhltdrro. of laNd
at Bbenezer MethodistChoicu. Church.where the Liberty City, oo Sunday, of 4d U Mill alltiUj aryl will open a way for rue tanMschI

bt1' Felt. 21. at 1042 4 pjm.NW The 3rd principalHaker ave. on dart 1s in Atlmtlc session. Coast Services Associa will i f tiiHibtal ..*. of life. I** not him flat U blind l *d rM or

will be Mrs. Dixie Chasum be held at the home church for you Muiublr with him.
& the candidate wlsita.se. alslssa her candidacy for Judge Last week the women selected IhraT
of the juvenile and domestic relations as chairman and tO The Rev. Theodore R. Gibson courts. The office which the annual contest, Mrs. Florence .
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Hopburn and Mrs. mk \Vln-k-. Trtr4M. lUdto sal Tf'If'rl-ao. possible,
rector of Christ Episcopal Church Judge Beckham has held for 27 Augusta New- ,
has been Invited by the Seabury- earb and is now retiring. She I bold. And so, the fight is on. The" A seed a..t.tN' II s "" wta. U.. raic..l.d W'ft'C. .teat V u..
Western Theological Seminary iud chosen for her topic "Juven- men are going all-out for the dark earth or womb of Xtur- TIIKIIK IS AM "CX8KB2I
(a graduate school of theology of 1..iX-Unquwocy..' The public is, coal I March 27 is the date when POWER"
"we
the Protestant Episcopal Church) invited to ccme and hear her. shall see what we shall see."
Evanston, Ill, to address the stu There will be a question and anawer Therefore, acquaint yourself r r" .- I J
dent-faculty coUoqulm! Feb. 25, period. ST. JAMES A. M. E. with the one who is an I j
oa the subject of "Civil Rights/ Senior usher board No.1 will Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor authority. Whose private .
father Gibson will be the first have charge of dais meeting. on Mrs. Sadie! F. Dean, reporter consultation will evolve h' .

Negro clergyman to address this Tuesday night. Sunday School: _.........._ L3 0 to a higher state of mind.you .
group. The infant baptism and Morning Worship 11:00
recap-
This! is another step forward in ticn) of members will be held on A.Evening C E Worship League 5:30 All Information i is \ ;
TOO
race relations which Father Gibe Sunday at the U ajn. worship.
son has been striving for so dutifully Calendar Pew Rally will be On Sunday morning the youth Strictly Confidential:
and sincerely. Miami along sponsored' by the December Club choir will render the musk at f r i,
with the state of Florida, is ha?. Sunday. Feb. 21 at 4 pan. the 11 ajm. "worship service. The Office (Hour V a.m.-a pan.Haadayi .
py to know that a native son is You are urged to pray for and pastor will preach and will use I 1O .ra. to 1 pjm.
the first to represent themon visit the sick. They are Sisters b as his text The Secret: of Right'.
such an occasion. Eloise Clarke Helen i IJnn.At .." Don't Write-Call in Person r
Father Gibson is a graduate of Jackson Hospital; Branch-1 I the evening service a mus1 -
St. Augustine's College and Kl NW 27th ave. Anna !1 teal program will be rendered by DULY HADING tl.no IP
Bishop Payne Divinity School. Ik 2401 NW 53th terr4 Prescolai(la well known musical group. You
has been chosen as one of Miami Thompson 19G9 NW 5th court; will enjoy hearing these singers' 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
outstanding citizens and hu re ROM McNeil, 320 NW 11th tent;''' The program b being sponsored
ceived many awards for his outstanding Leola Coniey, 132 NW 5th ave; by Mrs. Annie Under for the, MADAM HUNTER
service and sacrifices in Lillie ),1. Thomas, 738 NW lit c t. benefit of the Loyalty RallyI
bit! community. Father Gibson fc Thought for today: "If Jesus which will terminate March 13.. 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami
president of the Miami Branchof bad any racial or national prejudice I I I An Invitation is extended to allmembers
"the NAACP and vice president He could not have been and friends to worship:
of the state Council. the Saviour for the whole world."l with us at St James. I





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these before our eyes, we findit

. IDOLATRYOR them.easier"A to pray and imitate Drama at BethanyThe SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1960 PACE 11 I II'
picture (or a statue) is II
HONOR?
worth tnousand words. Ii
A man once asked his Catho public is Invited to set
By Father Robert D.Gra"d"Holy lic friend: "Tom don't you pray "Heaven Bound" a Biblical I
Redeemer Church Drama i
to Images "We pray before dramatizing the Christian
1)01 N.W. 71st Street True Journey from earth to flory.
them replied' the Catholic, "but
ENROLL NOW IN
Sec how Satan works his wield
Every Catholic child clearly Me have no intention of praying
..:-._;_i:.:nds the essential difierCT to them." The friend replied: on God's children Thursday, SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
March J 8:15
at Bethany
C w a.ch exists between a Pa- "But who cares for your intention. pm.
r_D idol and a Christian !map.T ." The Catholic man retort Academy auditorium, 5001 NW25th
_- Pagans looked upon an idol ed:: -You pray at night, dont art. Presented by the Liberty a Life Long Profession
god endowed with intellie you?" The non-Catholic man answered Choir Union. M8
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u,-c and the other attributes of : "Yes. I pray at my bed." Florida' Oldest Reliable and Complete School
\ .e Dc/.y. They wert therfeort The other said. "You pray to the Musical at St. Peter'sThere
,.trs, or image 'worshippers.Cxi bedpost.No, I have no Intended 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998 '
-..: Christians know that a of praying to the bed-poat." will be a musical program
t--J ..rage has no intelligence The reply came: "Who care for at St. Peters A. O. Church I
4.,A-> ,3 hear and help them.i your intention 1725 NW 3rd court. Sunday Feb.
.;.j pay 1a relative respect The moral Is clear Catholics 28 at 4 pm. The public Is Invited.
-i. u their reverence is directed pray before statues and pictures The program is being sponsoredby '
c,) uc person represented by out not to them. They have no the Woman's Auxiliary. Mrs.
... ,;r.z e Do our citizens pay deisre to petition something lifeless E. Wing president E. Hilton, .Ot1Al .aU1Cx1 I 1 CLt1
,';?_r..'lC'e0 the plaster statue oim for favor sand help. They secretary Canon Charles CooperIs I
W...__.-&: or Lincoln or to the intend to petition the person priest. 1 +
c..;r. ./of the persons represent- hom the picture or the statue
u cUe image remind them of. As in many Dorsey Choir Guest
t_) c.,0 sane of our non-Catho- questions we must use commonsense r'
- 4.advts: 1 here quote a very and give other people credit at IncarnationThe Qre G't
J .. uaopher, Leibnitz whoA for some common sense. It
... uDuut the honor paid to would be foolish to accuse some Dorsey Junior High School -.
_. ._..I Linnet: "Though we speak of the greatest minds in our land choir will be the featured guestat S:.
c) ...c .."Lut paid to images, yet of such foolish Idolatry The Solemn Evensong with a pro- rC;
,....-s u va.y a manner oi speakv Catholic clergy is reputed to be nun of Sacred Music at the 1.\c1\t.s'u.9'J :'t..ib
t:..;. ....b reaiiy means that we among the most educated group Church of the Incarnation, 1835 =_.v.I ,
a...-..3 nut the senseless thing in America. U this is the case, NW 54th st, evening service on -..I)itC ( tr
w .cu <- incapable of understand- surely they must be above primi Sunday, Feb. :a. 730 pm. This rRtr;: DCJVJJ\Y DRUG
u:,i so-; ,> hotter, but the proto- Uve superstition of idolatry. choir Is In the able direction of
v..:: w mca receives honor William Johnson, music teacherat fis0 1+f M 7 A.' ll@ t0'::'; PIL 3TOtaC ...

a, .Ja D d.1 representation, acc Woman's Dayat Flak Dorsey Junior High graduateof K-.au........ ......
g co the teaching of the University and a member *
.-.--- of Trent. 111 in this Mt. Zion of the Church ol the Incar-)
ll4ke ithat scholastic nation. This choir b very out-
standing. You must bear them.
of the
a ave spoken same
The Christian and forward They really do sin*. The public is
u ...L p bcmg paid to images of minded women of New ML Zion Invited. IAMLEY'5 CUT-KATE STOREThe
.. to Christ our Lord iiim-
c :' o J Baptist 500
Church W. 23rd sL,
'i .. (.>; the act which is called Ilialeah will observe their ftth Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
__c wunhip.f an angel Is really annual
u4 of Christ himself, as Feb. %8. Woman's The women Day are Sunday UDder LOTS FOR SALE 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

_ ..dn, Him more manifestly the competent' leadership of 81 Corner
110 x 110
The finest products Cut Rate Price
p:' jcu and raising the mind Mary Harris chairman and Sis. at
m c aci.vely to the conteovlac Rotha Mae Minter, co-chairman. Build on your lot Gifts Cosmetics Patent Medicine. Fountain Sodas

D of Han. Certainly, no sane The speaker for the morning or mine Tweed C.I.,..* t.lO Cashmere Bewqwet
nua Junks, under sues circumCN Is Sis. Maybell Anderson who is, I .
Madam Walker Letlen .,., ti
.C-N, praying in this war chairman of the Women Executive W. take care of financingNO
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Ointment M $88 T. ....-. MS UI
'V. me, 0 image, what 1 ask; Board In the Seaboard Baptist
MONEY DOWN Posnera DergamantHair Father John .71 1JI
Iv LI marble or wood I give Association and also recorddtog -
Creasing .... 41 Reel .78 US
... of Swamp
L aDd tiag songs praise;; I secretary! of the Religious
G-- i.ce, 0 Lord, I adore; in i Needy Club. Is a loyal member ot Cash paid for your Iota or, Lsng.ald, HairDressing Cardwl ____ ........... 1.2f
T.c- i puce all my trust* "1 Friendship Baptist Church undet homeSEYMOUR ,...,., ,r.," 1.00 Syrup ef Black Draught ...
io the Book of Exodus wtrcai t the pastoragt of Rev. C. J. Burs OPEN DAILY A SUNDAYS A.M. U 10 P.M.
"Thou saalt not make to i ney Her introducer. Sis. Mary BARON JOHN A, McMINN. Owner
",. >* i a graven thing nor the i White, Is chairman of the Dea-
ji. '.Ma of anything that is in i cooes Board at Friendship Baptist JE 8-1340
acavin above or in the earth be- Church and vice president of Licensed and I Insured Builder
nth not of those U nhat the Women Department of the Our Classified Columns Get Fait Result
arc .n :he maters under the earth.r Seaboard Baptist Association.The .
\ j t alt not adort them norM pastor Her. W. M. Mason, A
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M ifn Some say that these is hoping the church win enjoy
* J- t' ntain an absolute prohib.on !- one of the most dynamic Women's
!. aga.nit the making of Images Day of any previous Umet For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

wet 'fw Catholic Church Insists
tfiaf he commandment referred

.. '" t prohibits us from wor- For The Highest in BONDED COLLECTION
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:v ng them as gods. The text
*nn,,! mean the absolute prohi- COSMETICSAIM
b' on oi making Images; for in
'tint case God would contradict .
ft IT.ff: by commanding in one Miami Times Newspaper '
:" ,>f Scripture what lie con-
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la Exodus XXI for
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He C'OfttftMfttiI two cherubim of
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P .++-td ,n eeh side of the oracle;
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mTands MOMS to make a bra BEAUTYNew
ct-o M-T.ent, and to set It up for The largest collection and rental
d .en that "whosoever' beings Duplex
Tick by the flery serpent shall
..v*. jpon it, shall live." Are not 4 Spacious Btdrooma agency in the South; operating in
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3120 N.
were we to take It in
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ni*< both deceased
living or payment. Lot or borne
A. T. <" every man or woman has BaronJE 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
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.. Friday where rites <* the James Edward Jones, 1717 NW
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I IN MEMORIAMIn 'fraternal noon organizations will be 3rd ave.. died in Jackson Hoc

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1960 I conducted at 830 pjn. he will be pital on Feb. 22. Mr. Jones was a
loving memory of our dear taken to 1* home and will lie In long time employee of National
mother and grandmother, repose there until 1 pm. at which Airlines. Mr. Jones Is survivedby
MRS. MARGARET E. SAMPSONYou time funeral services will be con- his wife Ferrfcita, and other

CARDS MEMORIALS will live always In our ducted at New Hope Baptist relatives. Remains will lie Instate

thou hta. Church with the pastor, Rev.. J. from 7 ajn. Saturday until
Your ChildrenDEATHS E. Brown officiating. Burial will funeral time from St. Paul AME

be held at Evergreen Cemetery.He Church at 3 pm. Burial In Ever

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn is survived by his widow, green.
sisters
three -
bats a daughter son
Urial Burrows 10709 SW 147th
and brother.
family of the lateFRA'YK sad but loving memory' of a st, Richmond Heights died In

THOMAS my dear son.RO'iALD Mrs. Albertha Sturrup 1329 the VA hospital on Feb. 22. Funeral .
who departed this life Jan. 28, : HENRY MILLER
Christian to be held from St. Mat
NW 70th st, died at
wishes to thank each and everyone who departed this life eb. 23,
Sr. Feb. 20. She Is survived thews Baptist Church Tuesday,
for cards and floral pieces : Carroll A. Bliss managercf hospital on
1958. and take
Sleep! on
your Wilfred at 1:30 with burial in City
the Colored sales department by two children, pm.
>
and other tokens of sympathy
rest, we love but God loved',
you '
Leona Cemetery. Burrows is survived
JJght- by
shown them during their bereavement best of Bright Realty, died Wednesday Sturrup and Mrs.
Special thanks to the staff you Mrs. Maude Andrews mother,' night at his home. The body will burn a sister, five brothers five his wife Sophie, a daughter, Diane

of Range Funeral Home Rev. Rebecca Bowleg, sister, be shipped to Cleveland, 0., Friday grandchildren and two aunts.services son, Timothy.
Walsh and Wood Funeral mill be conducted on
by
American Legion Faith- ,
Turner Winston Miller brother
of Home. late 27 at 1 pjn. at The Gospel Marion Care)'. 540 NW 7th st,
ful Twelve Club Neighbors
Michael and Bobby Andrew, ,
died In Jackson Hospital. Feb.
14th st, and employers of Ede- brothers Hall. NW lit place near 14th St. on
Burial 24. Mr. Carey Is survived by his
len Buick. May God bless each Rev. Rolle will officiate.
wife Mrs. Lucy Carey.
and of in Lincoln Cemetery.Mrs. Arrangements
everyone you. IN MEMORIAMIn
Range
Florence Thomas wife are incomplete.
Edith Jefferson of 1205
Eddie Thomas
son
Frank Johnson stepson memory of the late Clarence Walker of 1900ft NW NW 71st st, died at her residence Willie Ktanmerlin, 636 NW 10th
Vashtie Morris stepdaughter OPHELIA IfYLER 2nd court was pronounced dead on Feb. 22. She is survived by a st apt. 4, died in Jackson Hospital

Gladys Rlley. stepdaughter who passed to the: great beyond on arrival at Jackson Hospital. on daughter, Mrs. Mildred Pinck- Feb. 23. Arrangements art
Feb. 27, 197. Gone, but not for tvb. 18. Hi survivors Include his nay, three stepdaughters, Mesdames incomplete.
gotten. mother. Mis. Mary Lou Walker, Mabell Wootn Margaret
CARD OF THANKSThe The Family brothers and sisters of Knoxville Robinson and Minnie Lee Aiken, Seniors
.
Term. a niece, Mrs. Earline Den- a step son Johnnie Jecerson, a
family of the late, I IN MEMORIAMIn nard of Brownsville chapel services brother, Smith Danby. Funeral Funeral services
bHowan1
MRS. ELIZABETH CARROLL were conducted on Feb. 23. will be conducted on Feb. 26 at
who died at Nassau Bahamas, Burial: will be held in Gunters- 3:30: pm. at Antioch Baptist Marshall of 5215 NW 24th ave,
sad but loving memory of who died Feb. 23 will be held
Feb. 17 and was buried on the ville, Ala.Charlie. Church. Rev. Foster will officiate.
our dear brother,
Monday Feb. 29 at Salters hapd
19, takes this method of expressIng Burial in Evergreen.
their thanks and appreciatk IKE CARNEGIEwho HIM Jr., 2291 Rutland AME Church 2 pjn. with the Rev.

> to their many friends for 26, 1954.departed this life February su died on Feb. 19. He was the George Henry Frinks of 1247 Benson officiating. Mr. Marshall

cards telegrams, and other tokensof victim of an auto-trailer truck NW 62nd lane died at his residence formerly operated the Paramount
He
is but not forgotten.The
gone Hat Shop on NW 3rd ave and
their bereavement
sympathy during crash which occurred at State on Feb. 22. He has been a
Your thoughtfulness Carnegie Family Head 9. Survivors include his pa- resident of Miami since 1929. 12th st and k survived by two

has done much to lessen our rents, Mr and Mrs. Charlie Hill Survivors include his widow, brothers, a sister.

grief.Mrs. IN MEMORIAMIn Sr.. four sisters, three brothers.The Nancy, a son Isaac, five stepchildren
Leonora Glass, Dght body was sent to Hazelhurst, four grandchildren two The body of George Russell of
Albert Smith, son loving: memory<< of my husband Ga for burial sisters Meadames. Frances: Royal Goulds, who died Feb. 23 will be
shipped to Jackson Miss for
,
and Edna
Blake
brother Isaac
a
burial He Is survived by his wife
,
Thank You Message frlnks. Services will be annuonced. -
'y- Y -- "'" two children.
: 't .
We the family of the late I J Services for Geneva Thompson
REV. NEAL MARTIN Mrs. Marylize Donald of 2401
of Princeton
life Feb. 6 and NW 57th died who died Monday,
tftivo departed this : U at her rest- Feb. 23 will
>> be held Sunday at
Mrs. Gladys Chatman his granddaughter dence on Feb. 23. She is survive Mullen S.C. She is survived

who died Feb. 2. wishto J ed by a granddaughter, Mrs. her mother and two by
soot
express our sincere and heartfelt Oa.jy Franklin and
: iv
thanks to cur many friends fives.. .
and neighbors for their thoughtfulness Manker .
and consoling words and r Daniel Lawrence" of 15901 NW

deeds of kindness during our recent P Cm 20th ave. Opa Locka, died at his Mrs. Mamie W Hicks of 1344
bereavement Special thanks home on Feb. 23. He is survived' NW 2nd ave, died Feb. 21 at her

to Rev W. V. Geary and members by his widvw.. Helen five daugh home. Funeral will be held Sat-

cf Trinity OlE Church and m f (ten, to sons three grand child- urday at 2 pm. at Mt Tabor
Range Funeral Home for their -4 dent of Miami for the past 38 Baptist Church with Rev.. P. S.

untiring het sfulneas. May God Services will be conducted Feb. Brown officiating. Survivors are

bless each of you. 27 at 10 am. at the First Baptist Hampton Hicks, husband; Llnd-

The Family Church of Opa Locka with Rev. icy Wilson, son; Alexandra Wilson

Mrs. Florence Martin 1 Macon officiating. Burial In Lin son; Mrs. Mamie Junes,
coln.James: grandmother. Interment in Llnoln. -


IN MEMORIAMIn Wet Anderson of 1206 -

i. .t NW 62nd terr. died at Paravilla Mrs. Joan Williams of 1193 NW

sad but lovinj memory of Convalescent Home: on Feb. 23 58th tern, died Feb. 24 at Jack.

my dear daughter and husband, ; H* is survived by his widow,' son Hospital. Arrangements. are
SYBIL LOUISE JOHNSONand Clarue. a sister. Mrs. Ethel Thomas incomplete.
CHARLIE NEAL and a niece' Mrs.
Mrs Dora Lowe of 4641 SW Beatrice
JAMES JOHNSON who departed this life February 2oth st, West Hollywood, died at Broun Services will be conducted Alfred Ford of 836 NW 4th ave.

who departed this life Feb. 24, 15. 1959. Memorial Hospital of Hollywood. at the House of Prayer on died Frb. 20 at Jackson H yltTil.
1942 and Feb. 27, 1957. The vine has grown around the on Feb 23 She Is survived by a Feb 29 at 4 pm. Elder George The body was shipped to Combs
Their charming ways and wall bit the rose still bloom dauht r. Mrs Helen Watson Huff will officiate. Funeral Home, Lake City for 1

smiling faces are a pleasure to there on.Birdie. and several grandchildren. Services final rites.
recall. Their memories are still Neal wife wttl be conducted" in West Mrs. Ethel Fain of 6233 NW '!

with us and we miss them more And Family Hollywood on Frb. 28, at 2 pjn. 14th court, died at her home on
and more. at the Church of God SW 24th Feb. 24. She u survived by her ,

May they rest in peace and may IN MEMORIAMIn st.; Elder J. J. Patterson will ., husband Will Fain. a son Wil
light perpetual shine upon them. ficiate. Burial in Hallandale bur Wilson, three daughters For Rent

Esther E. Johnson memory: of our darling mother CemeteryBud MNdm\ Edna Davis Myrtle; 1-Room .
mother and Mile and grandmother Gbacau and Ursula Harris eight Apt.

Pauline E. Woods Brown: of 2937 NW 46th (grandchildren, two sisters. Funeral
sister and daughterElla si., did in Jackson Hospital on services are to be announced. Completely furnished. Refrig
J. Smith Feb 20 He is survived by his enter, stove, dinette table. double 1

niece and grandmother wife, Vera, two daughters Lula bed. Hot water furnished. Private 1

4. a nd Mary a son James Funeral Mrs. Henrietta Laramore Simon All for \

'N MEMORIAM services i w.il" be conducted In the 1t hms. 1821 NW 5th place' ,
chapel en Feb. 27 at 10 am Burial died in Jackson Hospital. on Feb $11 per week 1
., .. ta Lincoln Cemetery 22. Mrs McMins has been resi For
In sad but loving memory of, a 1 or 2 people. &23* NW 14th
dent
of
Miam for
JESSE WILSON I the put 38years Court }
She is
who d 1951. Mrs. Pauline Romer, a
sister, Mrs Jane Laramore
Coop
I cannot say and will not say
er Rahming. '
a nephew Funeral
That he Is
dead
V.i. :l be conducted
on Feb. 27
at
lie Is just away. t .. ''. .. '', .. 4 prn at the Apostolic Homes For Sale
Think' of him still ..., .. ': Church of
as the same '
.
'." a ... ". Gaith. in the Lyric Theatre Bldg.
I say .. ..." Bra Law. will officiate. Burial Newly DecoratedCBS
in
He is not dead, he is Just away .... .., Evergreen.
.
Mrs. Linda Wilson wife '. ,
.. .
-r e .01'
Albertha daughter r ... ..' ".. ..
Wilson : ,, .
,. : Willie
I .. Times of
1531 NW 6th
.. 1490 N.W. 57th St
.
place
,..... .. . was dead on arrival at Open Sat and Sun.
IN MEMORIAMIn Jackson Hospital on Feb. 23. He See this nice home. Last
is one ta
.
survived
by his widow, Minnie this nice section, 3 .bedroom
oo
i
even
sons and
wife and loving mother.memory of our dear ., t1t .j. eluding: Mesdames daughters Parthenia iD- corner lot Low terms.

.. Littles and Grace Johnson.
SUSAN
BUTLER .'*. Day Nursery
Misses
Katrine
and
who departed from us February ,.,. Karetha
26. 1959 in Key West Time, Willie Jr., Rubin and Kindergarten N.W.
Gone, but not forgotten.We '. Horace Times three grandchild. Price reduced. Owner wants
loved her but God loved GRACE EDEN KNOWLES ran.. two sisters, two brothers offer. Must be sold now. Call
her who departed this life Feb.>> 25, Services will be conducted oo me on this for a good deal now.

t' Benjamin, Butler husband 1951 .. Feb. 2 at 1 p Inez Adderley, daughter Dearest mother thou hast left us :; ofGod Temple. NW 3rd ave.. make money
Here thy loss we deeply feel between 17th and 19th sis. Elder
George Butler son
Eloise: Reynolds, daughter But tis God that hast bereft us, .. Claude Cohen: will officiate. Burial Only $795 Down
1 He can all our sorrows heaL -- in Evergreen. New NW
56th
Bertha K Lewis daughterIda Deacon Louis Singleton of 1301 nice st area. Very
"' 2-bedroom.
I IN MEMORIAMIn K. Sidney, daughter NW 66th .U died In Jackson room. Could be with Florida
Grade Ann granddaughter Hospital on Feb. 21. He was a bedroom. used as third
dui but loving of I familiar figure In the Liberty Richardson Near bus and schools.

i mi husband City area, having been one of the Call E. Harry

I ,. SAMUEL TIM HUDSON MIAMI TIMES ADS first tenants of the Liberty Allen Daniels son of Mrs. Lucinda Denny
who departed this life on March Square Housing reject. He was Daniels. 2101 Wilmington PL 74250LOVVRIE

I 5, 1M DON'T COST also an active member of the Masonic St, Opa Locka died in the Veterans
j May he rest In peace and may Family and held membership Administration Hospital! on REALTYTU
.Jo light perpetual shine upon him. THEY PAYI! In two branches of the Pallbearers Feb. 8. The body was shipped 7-1536

;If-I Airs. Jessie Clayton Hudson, Call OX 1.0421 TODAY! Lod-e. He will lie In repose '.i the Ed Jacobs Funeral Hone tOI I

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)Thank you during for the my concern recent youowed two 1A ( I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1960 PAGE 13

oathS Illness M evinced' by your c a
ors, calls, cards, visits aDdowen. Free Shampoo and Style The Rev. Richard Deveaux.
I wish to thank especial. priest In charge of the American
Fr. Clarke. Fr. Atkins. Fr. Cultr March 3rd and 4th I Catholic Church and a member' '
Rev. Reeves, Rer. Graham, SUNRISE BEATUY SHOP of the faculty of the Northwestern
ev flicks for their prayers at 6334 NW 15th Ave.-OX 1-9703 Senior High School has been 111
facfcson Memorial. Hospital both at the Christian Memorial Hospital
fore and following my opera- Personal MentionMr. but Is up and around afaln.

G Robert Lout and Mrs. Fred Reeves of Mrs. ITat member ofthe
Washington, D.C. loft tor their faculty of Booker T. Wash-
ARTIN SINGERS holW9\a Aft S..mday afternoon' attic mgten High School Is convalescing
two-b Vi.s1tin.-.tn Miami and I at the Christian to the delight
BABY UTTER' Nassau. of her many friends.
T DADE COUNTY Will baby sit for you in your Arriving on February 8, they
home. Call OX 10008.WEEKEND DUPLEX HOME left the next day by the s.s. Florida In AppreciationI
UDITORIUM for Nassau where they were
SPECIAL5C01lP1EI'Z FOR SALE guests of Dr and Mrs. Kenneth want to thank the staff
Tickets for the Roberta Martin londgers.: nurses and doctors at Jackson'
now be purchased atM HAIRDO In Miami they mere house Memorial for belt
Sinters folkrwinf can locations: Medium Hair ................._ $230 Perfect Location guests of Mr and Mrs. Willie kind to Hospital recent*? illness so
me during
Downtown area: Barkleyli Cut Long Hah _. ............_.._ $1.00 812 N.W. 61st St. Little It was Mr. Reeves first especially thanks my to my
ate Sundry Store, 1201 NW Jrd Phone OX ImlFisbennan visit to Nassau In 50 years and rector John E. Culmer of Saint
ve.. Thomas Blue at the Counit -,I 2 bedrooms in each aide his first to Miami In 32 years. It Agnes Episcopal Church for special
for the BUnd 470 NW llth It., CBS Tile Roof was Mrs. Reeves first visit to prayers the Women's Auxiliary
egro Precinct Police Station I $3.30 per 1,000 withers andriant Hardwood Floora both cities.' They were thrilled for donations and prayers,
(use 5th are. entrance), a n d'earl's mixed will teach with both cities and hope to return St Marie's, Chapter, for donations
worms
Grocery Store, 1201 NW,. to keep them alive Indefinitely. Front Porch, Gas, Heat in the not distant future. and all neighbors and friends'
are. I I Call CA 1-4633. Almost New Mr. Reeves is the younger brother who were so nice. May God bless
Liberty City: Mt Tabor Baptist of Editor H. E. S. Reeves. all of you. Thank to one and
lurch 1701 NW 17th are. be- Call Owner all.
"ern the hours of 730 to 10 I WANTEDHELP Percy Styles who has been Indisposed MUw Ada Rolle
PL 8-9868
[pm. (use rear entrance.) for a rwrrk or more Is 371H NW 14th T..rr.NOTICE .
Brownsville: Meal's Super Mar-. WANTED again at his Job as an Afro
ikrt. M5 NW 77th are. I MALE OR FEMALE. Best hotel!;I I American Insurance agent
Richmond Teifhts: Frank C. positions available on Beach for!I
[Martin Elementary School For i maids and porters. Brine this ad j Rev J E. Drown and his congregation
I any information relative to t h e for ($10 discount on permanent'II "OLD INDIAN" Mill be at MetropolitanAME
(concert call CE 3-O771. I position. Ask for Jeff or Church 1778 NW Stth st,
Perrine: Mrs. Coretha Phillips,I Reliable Employment>> 432 E WK.I| DREAM BOOK Rev F Williams, pastor. Sunday,
110310 SW 131stlIom"tud st ocla, Miami Beach. F27'' THE POWER OF PRAYER Feb. 28
: Shreetlnc Beauty AU members are asked to be
|Parlor and Ida's Cafe.West I PERSONAL Hostesses, we allow Th.. book ..AwlN ,In "" r present Friends are Invited.
home. Cor. 11th chapter and
Hollywood: MolasseBeauty $2 for transportation on any
This 3rd time I .rJa Etta
Is the
[ Shop, 3909 SW 20th It. live-in girl we place. Come early r verso. : .... George Washington
ming ,
Sunday Feb. 23 at J o'clock Is r any morning with clothes. Wonderful "
The True Dream
the big day to hear the famous Brach positions now available only Dance Saturday
j Martin Si I'f'I'W. The place'! Is the Mrs. Mac, 432 Espanola 65 Cents The Young Men Progressive
Dade County Auditorium. 2901 Miami Beach F27 THE "OLD INDIAN" PRODUCTSGet Asscciatkm. will resent' their 3rd
W Flatter St Advance admia-
annual George
Washington Dance
lion II.25. $130 at the door. it at your t,*i ,hhorhtwwl .lm*. st
Patronize this affair and help FOR RENT ... Ft Iauderdale..Saturday Feb.' 27.
_. .. .... .
lus to build a much-needed bIIf'f ,- -- '"' -- ---- TrdBe Kven
rURMSHED: Efficiency. None Wonderful",
Mt. Tabor.
|
lot and band will be
featured.'
Mrs A. L. Powell Is chairman better. All utilities. Nur bus Also
crowning of "Miss YMPA
r* Ways and Means Committee, shopping. 4180 NW 22nd aw. of IMO-61"
Rev P S. Brown pastor.NOTICE I
$17 PER WEEK furnished or 1: NEW APARTMENTS
unfurnished 1 and 2 bedroom I
apta. 834 NW 70th st TU f-1789. 9 Room House
AU) eft leers and members of the evenincs NA 1-4953. Indf
Junior and Senior Ushers Unfoi t Low Rent FOR RENT
Asnriatkm are urged to be pres- BEDROOM APT Our rent Is Furnished or unfurnished
eat at the itonthly program Sunday the lowest We have the nicest 2186 N.W. 5th Ave.FR
Feb 2ft. 3 pm The program apartment 4190 NW 32nd ave. N 820 N. W. 70th St. .
..'.!> be sponsored between alt. I 4.8890Furnished
Olivette krist Church ushers 2-f1 lBOOM CHS HOUSE. NW
Junior board and Mt Zlon's sen 55th St nicely furnished.' Reasonable 830 N. W. 70th St.
x>r ushers board at Mt Zion Map rent intone FR 4-4685. j I
tist Church corner 9th *t and Apts.

3rd ave.. Rev E. T. Graham pastor BEDROOM APT Electric' stove, Free Hot and Cold Water For Rent
hot water Clean and quiet surroundings.
TThanldnc you In advance tory 3657 NW 61st It. NE Free electric, gas & water
scar cooperation 44179. One Week's Rent Free
Ilea, David Hudson Pres. Freshly painted in and out

Mrs T L. Ellison, reporter+ 2-nEDROOM Phone OX 6-0098.HOUSE Furnished Near Schools and Shopping 829 N.W. 7th Ave.

OPEN HOUSE TEA I FR 4-8890

: FURNISHED 2-BHDROOM Apt ..-.-....--... '
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an Open House Tea I I
.BJlGBM.'f1fJBR. UfJJ.1Jf1 9JT6:8.JINIJB1&1BJBJ& rN .PJiJT.
f" the benefit of a contest for I DUPLEX APT Three turns, private
Miss Lunchroom. Sunday March bath large back yard, utility : NORTHWESTERN ADULT EDUCATION CENTER
i from 4 pm. to S pm Como room Call NA 1-9407 or NA-
u, and enny a pleasant eveninf 1-1697
with us. r 7007 Northwest 12th Avenue, Miami, Florida
I
BKAUTFUL APT unfurnished
SPIRITUAL HELPIf Newly decorated, large rooms, I: Announces Registration,; for the Spring Semester
many closet, quiet street nice
you desire to be blessed, ta..n. Adults only 1321 NW 5
wrte htm now Send three dol- II

tars Home upset need money. terrace II Between 2:00 and 10:00 p mIt .
ice removed health retain-
b .
RUS'IN
It HIGH SCHOOL GENERAL ADULTS. SS EDUCATION
'ftoJp in 24 hours. Blessing write 1-BEDROOM APARTMENTOur

I'am now Blshnp Baker I Pre.HI,,, School Grades 18fngNth. Reading ImprovementSpanleh
Y)2 Proopect Avenue Rent lo The Lowest J all lewis" ConversationalBookkeeping
Cleveland Ohio w. have the ", Ic." apartment III .
J''! Science: Gen.. Blot.' Chem.Mathm

4110 NW S2nd Ave. t.J''! *tko: General, Buslne Typewriting
Algebra. Geometry
J. B. SMITH American Hletery fhorthandFMIng
I American Government '

.: ELECTRICSERVICE FOR SALE Classes meet Monday through Thursday, 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.

HOUSE. No cash needed. Four : TRADE PREPARATORY TRAINING
4. Electrical Contractor
rooms CBS rarace." fenced in:

HOUSEW1RING yard. Near school.- $8,866. TU Architectural' DraftingAwtomobM Central Machinery Repair
7-4592. .. M-echanks Practical Nursing
"Don't cuaa Call us" I: Cabinet Making' and MlllworkDleel P.w.r Machine Operation.
OWNER TO LEAVE TOWN. 2- It! electric Engine. Firing. Radio and TV Service
PHONE OX 1-M2S bedrorvn house completely fur Dry Cleaning' Custom Tailoring..
ntfhed, $10,431 full price $1,495 I II
Night or D vCONSOLIDATE down balance $80 month. "*54 Extension classes wH-l 1 bs opened when 1ft or more persona in a trade need special

... Oldsmobile in perfect condition. training' to supplement their daMy occupational okllla '
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I- 37th It. ADULT HOMEMAKING CLASSESThe
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BILLIW. YOUR Adult Honvtmaklng Education Division .. offering u.week cou,... In Beginning

fteflnanco Your BARGAIN IN Sewing, Advanced Sewing. Baste Womon'o Tailoring' Short Cuts .In Meal Preparation.Nutrition .

Mortgage
No Payment Until March 1 LADIES and Homo Decoration in these Center:

i oolleono-or a* low a. Booker T. Washington, Denny Junler' High. North Dado HI,.., Mayo High 'In

.000 It! Month SHOESCaucellatIoni Goulds: J. R. E. Leo In South Miami: R.R. ".t.". Jams W. Johnson In HI.
12.000 US .....u.
M. OO ItO ...-.- leaH; Scott Homo. Liberty Square Project Orchard Villa Bethel' AME Church

MIAMI NATIONAL and Second. and H."hw.t."I.r High School.

MORTGAGE CI....* wW begin' J."u.ry'r..'"'' wHI b* at the emir where a elaM isheld.

FR 34446" Chambor. JE 23622Momber of 561 N.W. 29th St. Registration fee lo 12M per COUTM For further Information, call ,iPL 4M11.gsgs .

Commence I agfgsf.!t-sr ggThank '(fF1lrS'ntSfH'Bl'gB'D!' };.Ji C'
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t MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA YMCA Bridge "You Can Count on rfle fiche A. P. Shan C. a

I be Prepared"SundaY Arlington and Flora Bj Green,
I Classes Her to
PACE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1960 respectively.
March 6 through Sat- From March 4 to March 14, the
Can you count from 1 to 37? urday, March 12. is Girl Scout Girl Scouts of these Neighborhoods -
I Of course you can. So, If you Week. Girl Scouts throughout the will sponsor their annual
: ;: :wr--- 1 would like to learn to play bridge country will celebrate the 48th cookie sale as a fund raising pro-

the Goren way, register now for anniversary of the founding. of ject tor the purpose of earning
I i a beginners bridge class, March their organisation. money to carry on their camping
Around Miami 2. I960 8 pjn at O. W. Carver The purpose of this nation-wide program.
Branch YMCA. 5770 13th are. for girls from 0 thru Tare counting on the citizens
organization
phone OX 6-0231. Teacher Mrs. age Is to them of Dade County to support
a 4 I Effie William, certified Gorca develop' Into happy, resourceful this project and in return "you
DAVE Mr. BONDU
-By ( Swing) teacher The fee is $3.00 for members Individuals ready to share their can count on them to be prepared. -

---- : : : and $8.00 for non-members abilities as citizens In their homes ."
(membership included). their communities, their country,
0 and the world.
ANOTHER FANTASTIC and with weak I .', YMCA Conducts In the Ixora district (Miami Don't Fret
has drifted by, practically and Opa Locks) of which Mrs. Fight!

aU,of locks our like out well of town get golf back looking for some black eyed peas; Week-end CampThe Julius Smith is chairman, there Join The NAACP
ers cone i under
and rice ham hocks, smothered -! are four Neighborhoods
UYln
to our trend of everyday I
baked
We would like to thank Chris ribs candled yams I Carver Branch YMCA
Jenkins' for representing Miami macaroni collard greens corn" conducts its flrst week-end amp: .
bread and "down home cooking.
in the women's division and winning for I960 on March 11-1 at beautiful -
As Nat Cole told "man I can
a trcphy for us In the Ray me 0 J sa-Bauer, located lathe
Mitchell's North South O o 1 f eat all the charcoal broiled Ideal setting cf Homestead.
Tourney She tock first prize in steak I want baked Alaska lobster -I i This camp has been long noted You?
Bills
from Maine and phesant under -
her flight Maybe some of our glass that's OK. but as as one of the best equipped camps: Worry
Miami women will participate the I don't want in t he county and affords recre-
next year Mayme is hoping thai song goes ational activities for all boys and
I want
French etc
she will be able to play next year. tried potatoes girls and tanagers who attend.
frim tram etc" (whatever -
Joe Roach of Coconut Grove sauce I,I A nominal fee of $8.00 and
and now of Los Angeles took the that is, |It must be from $6.50 for members and non- No need to. A wonderful earning oppor-
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down home Nevertheless,
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championship Drummer Mao thlt"1 e members respectfully makes it
the the restaurant
Eddie Piper took third prize in story on I for youngsters to
ready to be taken over so can possible many tunity be if are neat reli-
will can yours you ,
the men's fourth flight and 1 attend. The fees assessed
came In fourth. That's right I Sam Rabin or Dave Problnsky at cover transportation food, lodging
got nothing except four days of FR 33381 for more details. activities and board. able and ambitious. A few hours dailycan

good golf and Florida Sunshine

which was good enoufh for me HERE IS SOMETHING that opportunity All youngsters to participate will have in cock the mean $30 to $40 weekly income
Lctnmer Carter of Akron. Ohio might be food for thought and
took third prize in her flight andas do something outs, athletics recreation swimming
maybe can
you educational films, square Commission Sales Work
for everyone else, they had a about It Last week Disc Jockey
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swinging! tkne. So much for the 1 dancing social dancing camp
Ed Cook was driving west on N
golf until next year's tourney 57th ft, between 12th and 13th tires devotions, nature study and
12 to
Amen. bikes. Apply Monday 9:30 a.m. to noon :
ares and I was going east on the
Aeording to Franklin D. Ross
same street Ed almost hit two or I I
BACK TO THE subject .f try. three children who darted Into program director, a heavy attendance MRS. HARRIS
!in* to get City and County of- the street where thev were play-i is anticipated and young
flrials to ban guns In Miami Ing ball. It upset Ed so badly people deslrious of attending are
and we can report that this is that he Just sat there and cut off requested to register early by 5770 N. W. 15th Ave.
visiting the YMCA or phoning
still In process. Remember' thesethings his motor. I asked one of the
take time. Our Mayor, children why they were not playing OX 8-0231. I
Charles Hadley. it drawing up the In the play ground a half Qualified male and female YMCA Building
adults will serve u supervisor
petition and It won't be long block away and one child said
with Mr Ross and Ina Black-
before you will be asked to sign their mother wouldn't let them
one of them I am proud to shear, &iris'CenlJor..
very ro. If Ed or I had killed one of
say that since 1 have been writ them the mothers would be

ing about this run situation we screammc bloody murder. OK I ;u..
Have had a decline' in shootings you mothers, remember we are Do You Have a
in our area.PRETTY I begging for more play grounds

GIRL end a swimming pool In our area, Drinking Problem? Get out of the rut! Come and see
of the WHit but If we will not let our children
Marten Thompson Pretty use the ones that we havewe ALCOHOLICS
nor of the' Week' ; Sugar R a y certainly wont get more. ANONYMOUSCAN
Hnblnson' (he'i atilt here) HELP YOU Bishop HunterWHO
Policeman" of the Week' : George' That Is their main defense
Biubee 5>cretarv of the against the expenditure for new No dues or fees
Wet: Mrs. Willie Williams recreational materials and space PHONE IS WELL 1
Don't be like the kid who couldn't I
SLIM HALL popular Wash.Inelonlan. eat his candy then he spat on It FR 94)282 KNOWN AS
telling Sugar Ray, so no one else would eat It Need
"Evrrytlme I come down here 1 1Hnd I I say more ? ? ? It Is with regret OX 11278RUPTUREEASER PROF. HUNTERFor

up on TV with you. What that we heard of the passIng the past 33 year
are YOU trying to do. make a of Uriah Burrows the nigh t 1
movie star out of me?* Set Sug manager of the Sir John Hotel If tick and
are
you
ar. "Don't fret dad you canmk lie has been III quite some time
It after all, Mickey and hospitalized. Our deeper worried or in trouble
Mouse made It.* srmpathy goes to hU family t.ai car e.rr era sa i- au.lwr this U the place to .

_- Well what till next week Pall know come. Don't stay in the
PEACE.
I HAD A CHANCE U hose rut. Push back the veil 1

Duke Jenkins new album and It -------- ..
of the lack of under
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Is a rawer It It not on the mar.t ,
.. yet. but will be soon For an standing and bad luck .f

album that has some swing sides. ,, TOOTH ttJt: 1495 AS J that Hem to bold you ".
I suggest that you buy "Duk reuo a a in track and advance
= your
ACME
Jenkins
at The Eden ROCwbra e. 1a
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It Is released.' This Is about the ace pa .s S a. forward by the .
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best dance' record rYe heard In MNwez wuN .-. .... ..... .... help of Cod i
many morns Come April 3. M 04de1 -- -,. ...... ..... .....
Mr and Mrs. Wilson .....r...... WI....... ...rw
hold their first Graves will M ,, ORA4EL5 HARLEM DRUG co. Your home and everyday
anniversary part
at 3301 NW 31st st Mayme and 1400 N.W 3rd Ave.. Mlanrl. FI L. life can be madeI -
I have been' Invited and mod happy. He will show

likely will be on hand to MI I you how to bypass your

Happy Anniversary Whee. ,. enemies and get the
Garth
Reeves has
I new UflC
things that God in the world for Let the
Station Waron. lie's a* happy at put you.
Chickle: Home in a YMCA. and NEW BUILDING peace of Cod fill your soul, mind and body then the

I'm glad too it's about time I power that U in you will be awaken and you will be

THE RESTAURANT at the Sir I in a higher state of mind and apirit.

John needs a new operator They BROWN SUB I SUNDAY 10:30 A.M. TO 3 P.M.I .
are looking for someone' who
can
manage the place, give good service 1 and 2 Bedroom ApartmentsLOWEST I f Hunters .ffl<. to open dally from 10 a ..... te S p.m.

rood food and prices people far readings and canaultatlan. Closed all day Wadncaday. Prof.
can afford When our friends from RATES I
up Nawth come down they art to licensed by the State and County aa a Raadtr.Located .

i. __ FREE CITY WATER I at 5417 Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla.

One mile east of 7th Are or Highway 441, Old

.t.li BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED Pembroke Road, 3 milea west of Hallendale. Remember

the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood

MAINTENANCE MANAGER ON Florida.

PREMISES AT ALL TIMES Bishop Hunter la also the pacttr of The Spiritual Temple ..ri

I Zion, Inc.. same ...d...... Visitors welcome every Sunday night.

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This month the PTA took a On Tuesday March 8, the
trip to Swtt rljnd. by film. The Brownsville Junior High School Past Laurels Will Not Suffice I
parents and children marvelled will be formally dedicated. The
at the beautiful Alps and I
scenes public Is Invited to attend this
of other lands, presented to us by inspirational program and to tour
Mrs. Sylva Martin former City this ultramodern facility. By ELLIOTT J. PIEZE

Clerk of South MlamL Mrs. Mar. The program will be held at "Past laurels will not sufficefor THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA I
tin Is a friend of long standing 8 pm. In the cafeteria. future attainments. One must
to the citizens of South Miami. PTA meeting on Thursday' press on and continue to work far SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1960 PAGE IB

While our trfc> was underway night March I. U6 the establishment of new and

we ,were served a delicious repast ... oroo __ ............... better achievements." Those are
occnpliments of our own only two of the many commonsense In closing Rev. Drown advised of ceremonies. Timely selections
Mayor, Paul U. Terls. Broward statements' made Sunday that we press forward toward the were offered by St. Paul AMJS
The business part of the evenInjt afternoon at Greater Bethel AME building of a new and better society Church Choir. Solos were rendered
was, financing the trip of County Church. The speaker was the to the end that we have by Baldwin Hepburn and
PTA president Mn. Sarah An-our t. Rev, Purd S. Brown pastor of a better world la which to live. Arthur King and Mrs. Laura
derson to the State PTA Conference NewsBy Mt. Tabor Baptist Church of Miami It was a fine address filled with Wilson. Mrs. Evelyn Coaxum
at Pensacola. and the occasion was the much commcn" sense and will presented reading. Dr. Charles S.
,.-, -. Initial tea sponsored by the undoubtedly go a long way In Inspiring Spivey. pastor of St. Stephens
Parents, watch this date March Cousin for Bishop Club. A very the current camrclgn of AME Church of Detroit offered
21, at 8 pm. Walter BsweEbenezer r'k'k appreciative audience was present the Cousin for Bishop Club. I the Invocation, and Rev. Cousin
to witness the occasion. Rev.' Brown was Introduced by made same timely remarks. The
After a short ,skit a panel will .. Dr. G. W. Hawkins chairman of' flair proved to be quite a suc
discuss "What I Want my Child Speaking without a prepared the club who served as master I' ('IrIS.leIIO .
to Learn at J. R. E. Lee Eteraen- Baptist Church in script Rev. Brawn captivated bit
audience again and again with
tary School. Hallandale will observe Woman's
Here Is Day Sunday Feb. 28. All members one very practical thought after V
Parents the chance for another. ,
are asked to be Rev.
you to air your vlawetl W. present The general theme of his address -
O. Foster
Mrs. Sarah Anderson, Pres. pastor. was geared to an endorsement
Mrs. J. D. Mackey. principal and a very high recommendation
The C. W H. Chamber
Com.fierce
of
Mrs. Edna Daptlste reporter of the Rev. S. A. Cousin
meets Monday evening for a bishop of the AME Churchto I
Feb. 29, 830 at the Carver Lounge .
BUNCHE PARK ELEM. Motel. All members are asked to be elected at the general conference v Q%
of the Church which will
Rlhe February meeting of our be. present J. T. Dunn president meet In May of this year in Los
PTA had on Its agenda the culmlnatlon Angeles, CatPointing
of Mr or Mrs. PTA' of Mrs. Eleanor. V. Bowe celebrated .

Bunche Park Elementary School her birthday at home in out the fact that these
The meeting heW a particular air Carver Ranches. are changing times Rev. Brown

of excitement and suspense as said: Ten years ago, Russia was
the deadline for reporting was at The South Droward Progressive satisfied with Just swift travel
hand. This contest Is an annual Club will meet at the home of ling planes but today anything
PTA activity Competing as one Leo Steer in Hyde Park Wednes less than a Jet plane is considered }(({ i l
team are members whone birth day night March 2. AU members obsolete."
months fall between January and are asked to be present JamesSaunders "Progrws' ," continued the
N.W. ITtk AlI>t K.MUMiruwiIU MMMM OS tern OX war
June, and as the other team president; ParneU Miller speaker, has been made In all Ism

those whose birth months come secretary areas, and we, as a race cannot I, o. .,...A......i.m.-. o..r a. tk.I --. WI -........
between July and December. as a minority group, sit idly by
Competitive spirit ran high at TO all home owners and renters and complacentwe/ must push I
both sides worked for the coveted of Carver Ranches I am on and on"
title. thinking of myself and of you.
AU who live In this community
Contestants for the July to T>- 'we need a new Are truck as to
amber team were Mrs PearHeTVne help save our Mmes and property
and Mrs Bele Refers when we are away from our
Mrs Raters came out victorious homes or at work Well fee) good
mwrtln* the highest amount t know, that we have done our
Sh* l fl now refentnc '"qUf'f'ftIt part to protect our homes and a
l. rrrmwivlable that Mrs Rogers. human life I fH that $1.00 each
current! emoloTed on our cafe- month per peron would solve
t*rU .tff exhibited a profound our problems Let us skip foolinj .
1 In tret In winning and worked ourselves and do turoethiag aboutt
l" attain her goal OnmpHmentsm : M anyone has any suggectloo
to Mr* Acne McCoy and MrsEvelm for the brfieftt of our community
TYnt"1" for their outstanding plesw let me' I knew and I let's doUfR"hIRa
financial) reports aiding their about tt.
teptw II winners Neither were Ellis King
e..contestant yet exemplified true 4800 SW nUt St.
PTA spiritPrizes Phone YU 3-9982

were awarded by Archie
McKay presiding vice president If you have been Florida one 5I f twlth first prize going to the year and tn Brwwafd County six .5
queen. Mrs Beetle! Rogers' and months reel" or orn yourfunr
second prize to Mrs. Agnes Mc and are 21 years of age or
ovrftowe register if you have Y
CoyWe not been voting Books will be at i
are proud of all who aidedIn
thr Ctt Hll in HalUftdale Feb'
this effort It is with such
21 to 27. 9 .. 5 pm; Friday. Frb .,
combined effort that "'''t'an be, ,
24. from 9 a"n to 9 pjn
assured of projres In the total Vrizt
growth of our pupils.
Special<< election will be held tr.
Sylvia Lambert
principal the South .rew.rtt HoapMl District
Howard
Coachman Pres. March 18. for UV $4.000- '
.m r' t Y:
GimJe Ervin Act .
Sec'yDrive 000 Hospital Referendum Drmo {

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Broward C'IW Smith, president
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ita -with far fewer fat cmlorUa," Mias Thrift and white cam is the world'a favorite brand.
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ussat A.ir.t :A !W a ti, cream-with 1/2 the fat calories !I"

Net N W L b M.aw oft h sill

Mla PinkIe Thrift la chairman of the homoeconomics ..rich, quick cheese 18UC8. .moist meat

..ar department at Southern University loevea. And whipped dnoerts and redpea

It U our aim to render a conscientious nrice. Baton Rougo Jj"IJIIAftA. "In daaa we like Whipped Sundae Salad! (It dpe is

Reasonable i in price and satisfactory in every detailMORTICIANS use Carnation like cream to make favorite shown below)A special method of evaporation

dishes taste extra special Miss Thrift expla give today's Carnation the consistency

>na_gpydhr cream sauce,for example of golden cream with sthe fat calories!

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(lid" s ..,.,1) trl' until soft cry*}alt bra arenad wigs Qnaliofl

IHcapscaaariatessppie ef trty((1 V3>aunuttiJ.WWp .imM slit c Ubout I taaSr A eV _
ct.unU 1 KMuttL Add 2 Ubkspoons lemon .fufcs.whip .
UBUI nit wt (1.2 *..-In taattniUfcts I .. 1
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SATURDAY
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THE ORIGINAL HOME OF THE FAIR DEAL !

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THIS GORGEOUS HOME CAN BE YOURS!!!



Model of above home open this Sunday 1 to 6 p.m.

See N.W. 153rd St. and N.W. 17th Ave., Opa Locka

OVEN AND RANGE 3 LARGE BEDROOMS
JALOUSIED WINDOWS EXTRA LARGE LIVING ROOM
TERRAZZO FLOORS 9 9 5 CLOSE TO SCHOOLS
LARGE UTILITY ROOM Only toWR SEPARATE DINING AREA .
CIRCULAR ,DRIVEWAY TO CARPORT NO CLOSING COSTS 1 PAYMENT
MONTHLY
9 LARGE REAR SCREENED FLORIDA ROOM



ONLY $195 DOWN JUST FINISHED-GORGEOUS!!
Buys this very nice bedroom CBS horn In Hialeah
Brand new 3-bedroom 2 baths. North Miami Beach
$80 Month Pays All Beauties
One Mort..... More right in. No other closing costs.
Total $3,500. Only $995 DownSee

15200 N.E. 15th Court 1523 N.E. 152nd Street
ONLY $295 ''DOWN 1430 N.E. 152nd Street. pen this Sunday 1-6 p.m.

For this North Miami Beach 3 bedroom Water y
> CBS home. One t City Close to Shopping
payment each month. City water, buses, shopping. More 9 Oven and -I % All Grassed Lawn
in. Carporte eparate Bedroom and
t Electric Bathin
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Bath Room Good Rental, if needed
$395 DOWNBuys /
this 1 year new 24>edroom CBS home in Carver I
Ranches. ,1
Only $69 Month Pays All SEE BEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Move in. No closing costs. Cleanly painted ,
At 1923 and 1941 N.W. 58th Street

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Good buys at $795 Down. Home and income. Will sell
$495 DOWN fast. $995 down.
3-bedroom CBS North Miami Beach. City. water, large lot.
Close to shopping center. Terrific buy. See 1570 N.E.
154th SL
Liberty City Brand New-Only $995 Down

Opa Locka New- :3-bedroom CBS Beauties bedroom CBS. Shower doors, Venetian blinds. Close to
Only $795 Down schools, buses and shopping. Put up deposit. Four under
Pick your lot. Start building. Put up deposit. Choose construction. Be finished soon. Pick yours and be an own
H colors. er, not a renter.PAC .

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VISIT OR CALL TODAY

WE ARE OPEN EVERY F A I R REA L T Y WT YOUR LOTS WITH

DAY FROM A.U. TO i US FOR QUICK CASH

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