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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00205

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37TH YEAR (NO. 28 MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY, MARCH 5, I960 TEN CENTS 16 PACES

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I Supreme Court Decisions U.S. Judge Scuttles- Fla.i.'. I




Back Civil Rights Act 'PUPil. Assignment Law


GEORGIA ANDLOUISIANA Parish. La. The Justice Department Florida's Pupil Assignment sponsibility of the board to make
had chared this wu an Law. designed to maintain public assignments for all pupils but if
LOSE illegal "mass puree." The action Miamian Wins I school segregation, got a slapin the parents are net satisfied they
will make it fosslbW for Negroes the face this week when Federal can ask for re-aub tnm nt. The
Scholarship
BATTLESThe to rote in a state election $3,000 Judge Joseph P. Lfeb told letters set out ways to apply.
on April 19. the Dade County School Board floardman sM that he would
Supreme! Court on Von The court also upheld a Call that Negro students must be assured be back with. another plan -within
day, unanimously backed a federal fornia law ruling requiring the that they can apply to enter five" or ten days.
drive in two actions to en* diamUsal of schools they choose. He directed
any public employ* ... Web does not believe that the-
force the rights of Negroes to Mho refuses to answer when ask Edward Doardman. school letters will! satisfy the Fifth VS.
rote In the South.In ed whether he belongs to the beard attorney to come up with Court of Appeals which rejectedthe
the first action It upheld Communist Party. This ruling a pan! to do this. I I boards Ipt'ALI
key sections of the 1957 Civil came in the case of taro employee _. .c Judge Lieb rejected as inadequate I The test suit brought by Rer.
RifhU Act throwing out a Georgia of Los Angeles' County who wets a proposal submitted by
Thecdere Gibson en behalf of his
federal judge's ruling that discharged after thq refused to Dcardman to inform parents
brought the school
son Integration
tr.r.re fully of their rights under
this lanr fare the U. S. attorney answer questions in appearances .f11/
to the front in Dade Coun-
fz? Florida Pupil AssignmentLaw
general uneonrtituUtmal powerto before the Hous* Committee oat '
seek injunctions against the un-American Activities. He also turned down the tyThe
alleged violations of voting The high court took the stand plan under which school board, Court cf Appeals directed'
rights.In in Its decision on the 1957 CM 'f' !. : w '-:d send out letters to all parents that Negro students be given a
the second It restored rotinff Rights Act that Congress' can to explain: procedures' for "reasonable opportunity to apply
prtrileer to 1.577 N 1T'Oft1|I I give the etcecutire branch of the ,;... apprylng: under' the same law.The for admUHon to any schcot and
letter is to have that choice fairly consider
who.nnw.. were stricken from I federal goverdrnrent power to I sicixwed explain
registration rolls of Washington I I guard voting right .",. : to parents that It is the re t ed.



DO IT TODAY'On'y Tampa Youths loin SitinsPOPE 1


One Week
I Leftto One Negro and a white youthanvsted

Dcnald R. Hopkins, a Junior at NAMES were' on Tuesday in
Morehouse College Atlanta has Tampa and charged with disturbing -

Reaister to Vote been selected' to receire a NEGRO CARDINAL the peace then they
.
Charles C. Merrill trivet study started. a ffcht which was almost
award of (9.000 for travel and
., I study In Europe during the academic Pope John XXIII this week desrmatcd stopped i in 4nliy by the poHce.
Dade property owner hare open dally except Sunday from year 1960- !. seven prelates' of the
only one week to register at 9 5 and The fraeas developed as a
a any am to pin are Roman Catholic Church to hecardinals.
of 3? countyide locations for by deputized volunteers staffed I A former student at Northwestern Among them are the, group>> of Negroes staged a sit-
the May 1 $-4' million bend issue. Metropolitan League of Women Senior Hajh he U majorln .
4 in biology-chemistry and first Negro the Ant Japanese and down demonstration at the
"Deadline Voters' headed by Mrs. Mary' the be ,
for registration at first Filipino to elevated
minoring in mathematics with an lunch counter of the Greyhound
the branch offices is Saturday. Johnson. I IFreehtldrrs to the college: of cardinals.The .
over-all of S M.He
average | Bus lade The Netfroos
March 12,. said Supervisor of\ register at'any went
may
|s a member of Omen Pal
Registration Claude Drown, Freeholders of the stations regardless of Phi fraternity participate in the ceremonies' will take placeon prevented from sftttag. by an escort
March 25 and will
thenumber
will be able to register at place of residence Re-regtstra- Intercolkgtate' Debate program of cardinals to.bring,. the of police including Chief
the central dIke at 116 West tieD of nonproperty owners lan
He U chief justice of the Student largest in the church's history Neil Drun.
Flatter SL through April 2. t D<<'C'SflfJ at this time, but Court president of the International '
The important thing is that Dade residents net registered to Affairs Club and is vice The Negro chosen: is Archbishop NAACP offietali denied that It
all property owners must register vote in regular elections also president of the student body. Laurian Ruiambwa of Rutabu. was the Tampa Youth Council
for tae bond issue. Registration may sign up at any of the sta-i The Merrill AUards are given t Tanganyika East Africa. I' that staged an orderly demonstration
books hare been purged and bone to become elilibe.I to the end of broadening the Others chosen by the pope are
the state U dean. It really I Further inf.rmatk>n and locaj herizcns of young Negro students to Italian, a Frenchman and a at fee r. W. Weeiworthstore
arofruaU to re-registration"j tkm of the countywide' stations of promise and integrity so that Dutch prelate. Monday e-v..u.c. when 57
Drown said. I I I may be obtained by calling the they may qualify for foreign au-! sfcMivAta frcm Blake Hd MiddleHi .
The' branehes located from Dade County registration office at rice or international profeaiUnal' Hi Sohaah sat don at
North Miami Beach City Hill to 1 I j FR 7-l/llt ext 5801 or The Ml activity Mrs. Leonard Hopkins of 2399 that store's srgrefatcd lunch
the Homestead Fire Station are.slits ana Times OX 1-O42I. He U the son of Mr and NW 50th st counter

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Lo\'( iy Annie IS. Campbell, spcnored by Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. on, Chicago Club owner and man about town. Mbd Marti! rip: resented .

of Miami, accepting congratulations from George Treadwell, well the Sir John Hotel.

known theatrical agent after winning second place honor in the Mian Sugar Kay Robinson congratulates 3rd place winner Pat Chetham 1'

Bathing Beauty Contest held at the Sir John Hotel. of New York. Miss Chatham represented the popular beverage Long "-
John Scotch Sugar Hay. George Treadwell and "Killer" Johnson '

First place winner, Jeanne Martin of )Montreal Canada beams were among the judge of the affair that annually climaxes the

happily as &ho accepts a warm embrace from Harold "Killer" John- North-South Got Tourcament






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HOSPITAL DEDICATED AT IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES




a most repressive ceremony ly comments on the occasion. Mr.
held on the grounds adjacent Pick was introduced by Atty.j,
to the building the new Carl T. Hoffman a member of the 1
Christian Memcrial Hospital was: Pick Foundation Board.
formally dedicated Sunday after- Among local, state and national -I
noon before an appreciative aud government officials who attended -
ience. The hospital marks another the dedication ceremonies
significant step forward in were: Senator George Smathers of
the progress of the people of this Florida; Rep. W. C. -Cliff Her-
rommuaity. rel of Dade County; Metro Commissioner Il
A timely program 'WaS presented Joe Byd, and Miami's
on the occasion. Commissioner Henry Balaban.
The dedication of the Institu- Jude L. E. Thomas vice president 1t 7 V
tlcn was masterfully pronouncedby of the hospital .
Dr. John O. Drown presidentof rectors, explained the occasion.M J ,
the medical staff of the hos Judge Thomas lave a corr' ;""-
pital.A tensive history of the hospital tY
highlight of the afternoonwas from its founding up to its present -
the unveiling of a bronze status.
plaque of the late Albert Pick i Music was furnished by the .: .
Sr.. who was the largest single Nortwestern High School band.L. J--'I J __. ....-.4 .- '.
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the of L. Brooks of the .
contributor to building president -c- .t(" JI.IW" ......,. -0- ;-r!'.,- j
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the hospital The plaque was unveiled Bonded Collection Agency, and a ...;; tilL__ 4 ...e -- -- --
by the great-grand daughter member of the board made comments -
of Mr. Pick, little Pauline on the hosuital and Introduced diction: Dr. I. P. Davis chairman
Guggenheim. Albert J. Pick Jr., a number of visiting guests. of the board served as master of
sen of the benefactor, who !snow Editor If. E. S. Reeves, a former ceremonies. at this session the trainees were Green Portia Sands Lenora B.
president of the foundation member of the hospital board Following the ceremony a tiven an opportunity to display Smith and Edna J. Williams.
founded by his father, was also also commented' on the history of guided tour of the building and their skill in outdoor cookery.
present and brought some time the hospital and offered the bene- grounds was taken. Other activities of the day Included -
r singing playing games BARGAIN IN
: and acquiring information perUnf'ftt !
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t, : .
", to scouting. : LADIESSHOES

A hlfh level of interest was
consistently' maintained as a result -
,.. i W! of the competent leadership
1"' 1L4L of the trainer. Mrs. Harry CANCELLATIONSAND
.R Whoatky. district director of the
L- Ixora and Sunflower Districts. SECONDS
Individuals enrolled were Ruby
IIwell.: Delorcse Harte and Elizabeth 561 N.W. 29th St
Jones! ; Mesdames Callle
Brad+ref. Myrtle! Dullard, Gloria

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Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.


SAME DAY SERVICE

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Training ForLeadership
I Picture Tube Special

PACE 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 5, ,1960
17-inch--$22.95 21-Inch-$29.95
The Girl Scout Council of Dade
County recently offered a sixweek's .-

Holland Parms Indictedfor "Scouts course in our fer area.leaders Meetingswere of Girl SERVICE CALLS-D.y or Night .................... $20

I held on Monday "eninesat Nile Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges
the YMCA building. This

course Is designed to prepare, Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph
Butler's Murder leaders to carry out a stimulating Records
program of scouting on the Intermediate All late hits. Special--3 for $1.00


GRAND JURYCHARGES enrolled in the level.type in The the of activities course young! women engaged the- Vets Radio & TV Co.

ten to fourteen age group enjoy
FIRST most
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DEGREE MURDER On Saturday. Feb. 20, an out. 939 N.W. 3rd Ave.
door srwioa. was held at Camp

CJioee' H.i.!c4te, Richmond lit:. :i __... .>>-- -..

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NORTHWESTERN ADULT EDUCATION CENTER


se.. $ Fyb 7007 Northwest 12th Avenue, Miami, Florida


Announces Registration for the Spring Semester


Register Now
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Between 2:00 and 10:00
fr1 p.m .

HIGH SCHOOL. GENERAL ADULTS, BUSINESS EDUCATION

I Pre.HIgh School I Grade 1.English Reading 'ImprovementSpanish
all 'levels
... Science: Gen, BloL' Chem Conversational'
Mathxiwatlc General" Buslne Bookkeeping'
JOHNNIE PARM8f Algebra, Geometry Typewriting
,. American' '
History
"wed th"rt'r after Butler's Shorthand
American'
v 5 t to the King's hotel 719 NW Government Filing
2nd ave.. along with Richard
Helton and another unidentifiedman Classes meet Monday through Thursday, 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.
engaged in a card game in
WILLIE' JAMES HOLLAND TRADE PREPARATORY
Parms' room in the hotel. Parma TRAINING

Willie James Holland Jr. 1', and Holland lost what money Architectural Drafting
of 3290 Thomas Ave and John they had to the unidentified man Automobile Mechanics' General Machinery' Repair
nie Parms Jr.. 30 of 717 NW 2nd and the game soon broke up with Cabinet' Making' and Millwork Practical Nursing,
Ave, were both indicted for first the men leaving the hotel. Diesel Electric' Engine' Power Machine Operation
Firing
Farms and Holland later met Radio
and
degree murder on Tuesday by Dry Cleaning' TV Service
the Dade County Grand Jury in Butler at the corner of 2nd ave. Custom Tailoring
the killing of Everett Butler, 33, and 9th .t., where the shooting EKt.ne.on. classes will be opened when 15 or
Guidance Counsellor at Dorsey occurred.At more persons |I" trade need special
School training' to supplement their' dally occupational'
Junior High early on the combined coroner's Inquest skill
Christmas morning. Butler, who
and preliminary hearinginto
lived at 3962 Grand Ave, was the killing which was held InJustice ADULT HOMEMAKING CLASSESThe
and killed at the of
shot corner
NW 2nd ave. and 9th st, about Christie's of the court Peace Holland Francis and J. Adult Homemaking Education Division' I la offering 12-week course .In Beginning.

5 o'clock that morning. Sewing Advanced Sewing, Basic Women' Tailoring Short .
Parma were represented by Henry Cut In Meal. Preparation
Both Holland and Paints testified -
Carr, who was assisted by At-
that they knew Butler and tcrneys Arthur F. Carlson and Nutrition and Home Decoration In these Center
that they attempted to borrow $5 Harry Willis. Booker T. Washington Dory Junior, ,
from him which Butler refusedto High North Dade High, Mays High 'In
lend them. Asst. State Atty. Irwin J. Goulds; J. R. E. Lee ''n South Miami' R.R. Moton
J"
the "" W' Johnson ''n HI.
for
Block handled the
case
Police said Holland a dmltted : Scott Homes
Liberty 8<""rt Pro J JeCt- Orchard
id
state. Villa "' AMI Church
firing t he fatal shot, when But- t Northwestern
ler ran from them after they The State Attorney's office estimated Senior High' School.Claseee .

lock. about $30 from him. Holland that it would be tt least t will begin' January 4. and registration will be at the
before the trialis ) center where a das' I*
added that he did not knowat two more weeks t held.
Registration fee I. $%.00
the time that he had hit Butkr. even scheduled and at least I per course. For further 'Information, call PL 4.MI1.CHRISTIAN ,
another three months before the
Polk also said the Incident trial is hld. dJ!.mc.xz-: .:1C..r.Ir'JlJC.u..; lo.Jl .c.: ul..tI, .:,om }&:)uu.uu.


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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

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; SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1960


Lkc A ti .. Knight time la here ajaln. Seniors
The Gut From are busy as bees trying to

T1! fet their scrapbooks and other
t I BTW High SchoolThe projects' In order There will
be baseball on tre mound this
1 NA annual choral festival for year, according' to coach James
the county was held from BTW Everett
t It's regional tournament
ITTW is host to the Southeastern Marie J. Alford. editor of the
Rrtlonal; Tournament. March achocl newspaper, received' notice
3-5, Mr William J. Stirrup, athletic from the office of the Governor -'
director. Is the director.' of Florida that she hasplaced
Trams from Mays, aver, Dll- second !in the state eon
lard Roowvelt, North Dade, test for writing the essay "Jobs
i. Blanche' Ely, Northwestern' Lincoln for tre Handicapped Passport to
Park and BTW will compete Dignity." Marie has been called
In the fray These teams will to Tallahassee to receive her
be vlelng for district honors ai award. She will be accompaniedby
well as a chance to attend tbel Mrs. Evelyn W. Mlncy.
state meet In Pompano Marcfc
11-12 Don't miss "Drums of
Death In the auditorium Marc NEED CASH
ft. at 8 pjn. The cast will lnclud<
Barbara Williams James WIN $25 to $600CALL
Hams, Madelyn Smilre' Sarah
Maxwell Ift>rtehe Robinson. Anthony -
Sweeting, Verne. Cunningham PL8.3653
Barbara' Carnegay. Henrj"

J Evans, Mn. Ruby Evans, Dr and Mrs. George Car- Wltherpnon. IDEAL LOAN CORP.
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Fr m :,?t U r -t George' TT.'J Jr the band uniform
C Evans Watch for
Wa.n., Mrs, Rose Evans W::si ,,rr-n: Dr and Mrs. George m....:hael lf and James drive, Its comn! socn. Membenof 6105 N.W. 7th Aw.

the band need your moral and

Activities at LuIIieC. financial support In the effort .
Dedicatory They're having a time keeplni'
the presses roIllTtt at the annual
Tnter ehola.tlc Press Workshopthis MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T
arch, Marie Afford, Jean Ca.
Euans Elementary School son. Dorothy Jenkins and Joleni
Ilardee are attending the lOtti COST -
annual event held this week a1
FAMU Thev were occampanled: THEY PAYI
By ALEXINE W. DtLANCY by Mrs. Marian It. Srannoa

. Anycne" who has been privileged I newspaper> staff sponsor th. .: Call OX 1.0421 TODAY!
to witness' dedicatory services Class Ants are sparkling on
from the to speak "early finger of the iwnlors. They received
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them March 5 Sales
testify -
can A
the present
times" to
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has taken place If you were one r

.f the fortunate ones witnessingtMc FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE
event at Ullie C Evans Mr
Thti entry en Tuesday night, r

Feb. 38During.
the IS minute telecastvia '
Miami's educational channel 1t JOHNSON OF MIAMI

2 Dr. Joe Hall Introduced seven r
speakers each rorresentlng his r
UMHvkkMl Hhc*. Ullie C. Evans

n.r tentative was little Robert Dinners Parties Weddings PassportHome
Perter. a first grader from Mrs. \1.

R_ H..*tte's cl.*.. : Movies Baby Pictures a Specialty

FeU>wing the telecast' our .
drd4et on theme. "Li htlng The
depicted: through a FR 7.2294
Way" was 409 N.W. 17th Street
and girl
akM presented by boys
lit
fffwn' the various rla ooms. The i. .. MM"" "' ,, .'. .. -
Lillie C. Evans chorus, featuringthe 3 -. -.___ '"" '" --
vwtees" of. sixth Ifde.bon and AI }
girt ant under the direction of V) ,
er sash consultant, Miss Mar- I
(afe< Benton delighted the audienee : -
and honored guests with
their beautiful! renditions. and an
iMf..iria( solo Tasainx By" by
Le KatI. ii 1.iir:
A beautiful portrait of Mrs I r R
LUtie Carmienael Evans wu e ,
priasi"'I.< Ie.ur prineifval who so f 1I.11
fracfcusly aeee.t,d it. by Mrs / i
.Rwfev Evans Wa.Ms>(ton Mrs,
Washi!..-ton is ilk daughter of

MrEvaiw.. who at present ts a f
tHt'lMr at Carver Junto College
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RMkvI11c-. a-nd! formerly a teach
er .t Booker T. Waafcis
kere ta Miami. I ii 1IISCNM 4
friends tr U r-e <"hi"rnr'd UI w'sh tent : 4pl
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The speaker of the evening was b flU"'' sc. by many }
Ms Evans
rb? he fc i
of Mrs. shcrs tat.r? dora J' wh
.Jamas C. Evans, a son and nel w
leaves l .ru d have us str.ve; for in den -
is Civilian 1oa and croton
EveJM. who recently (i n& > .
Aa i-rprces: in the wa!. cre- (lip ng our boys and girt.Dr
DefesuM, P nta.... Waahinjrtoa. aid by pupils added to the beautiful George C Evans acceptedall
behalf uf
the tributes paid in!
member if the faculties of setting. i
and a
Mrs. .,
and presented to
the family
thruojh-
and furnifthed
west Vbrraa: State College MUSiC was
Howard Un.veraity. Dr. Evans <>ut the evening by the Chord Gill for our library a copy of
was alae a former teacher at '.... a faculty group octnpoaed W.4ters dictionary a family
Gloria LaceyM Mrs treasure which was given to Mrs.
Booker T Waab.nfton.Heauk I <>f Mrs
the immediate familyof '. Juamta Lane Miss Jennie Allen I' Evaas by Rev. Evans 40 yean
Mrs Evans guests included and Mrs Lillian Peterson ago on her appointment to the
the tolowa representatives Charles Rogers at the organ and principaUhlp of the old BookerT lIt
from ire Dude Board o.f Public Mrs Ruth Htle at the piano. Washington HUh School ,
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laatrueUoa: Dr. James Colmey I charming In The principal and faculty ex-
Hostesses rarte
aotataat. director of operations; duhonnet faille with Parisian de- procs thanks to the Evans family I ,
Mrs Marjorie England assistant I I the school administrators and
director of personnel and payroll; :,a .
friends who attended
Alice Kahl brought back the many many
MM
Jaek Olson! chief Inspector' : these affairs and helped to
of the early
I yean
memories
Mrs.M.ne
aohool louse planning
when Mrs Evans served In the I make our school dedication one v
Portier. assistant sup- principalRev "which will be always proudly re
Dade school system as
ervioor cf mathematies; RonaidTheoba'd. .
I E T Graham was at his" membered.STAR
: supervisor of personad -
and payroll; Mrs Hate) Troy.
aMiataAt supervisor of special
re 4ia< service. Mrs. Clarinda
Sarvent. PTA pres.dent: of LJlel!: In Fine Whiskey. .
C. Iv.uSiN Alice K hl, frr. f MEAT MARKET

met supervisor of personnel, now
aad Robert Smiths the ar- I FLEISCHMANN'SistheBWbuy
chore I
I V 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
FeO.winf the dedieatton ser __
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vice refreshments were served 3L .
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through the ocurtesy of the PTA I
and open house was C bH nrrd.OB I I THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
Wednesday evening the

dedication banquet honoring the PROOF is why! ''I
late Mrs .Evans was held. Under I: 90
Eddie W I-
artfctic touch of Miss :
son art ecnsultant and the decoration -
eomm.ttee.: the cafetor.um Meat-Low Prices 'fJiR"1
NEUTRAL
Fresh 00 PROOF eSS GRAIN
accented with! the school colors i .U" DtD wM&I-'IV CORPORATION NEW YORK CITYI
mint green and white was beautiful lMt'|'itltCHMANM OlttUtlHO
) to behold.
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4 SATURDAY MARCH S, I960] FSU DEMOTES Bank Group to

JUST -.ROWSIN'I INTEGRATIONIST Meet Sunday f

An persons Interested In tee
f PAUl PL MtMRYAaotfxr "tab!ifarnefit of a Federal Srrintt -
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M r-*ear-oid Alan BreHler. and Halt Association for 2C..
a University of fteridt se nwfma Mieni are erred to
i lea Lnjs 1a. s Missi Bead!., commltteedta argil meet at in the Caner YMCA Midi, t
bees rci'iM. It is fcaova u -w. D be icrhjm Sunday afternoon at 4.00
:!w MtBess 1>*C"GsrSx acrid for a ainiea to nor1dJ o'clock. 1I
-- C hefts t* c&airssa pro A sad University SchoOl d
Off... at uti ".w, Tad Ave V4rnyei<< a- *M e F* I22Ma sea. :ce. iamb-- are bet I l I
>ta""'t n uae *.W, Iftn A....e--rs+ e OX 1.8421 sct- Pbttet xs head the port of oaT Sweeting BirthdayFather
,. of vttfare far re-
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK Aac3e 11 beC t:tile C-O'.1' fats oc Ae cabinet of Theodore R. Cibscn.pastor .
I >> artzve a X av, b** 1 XIaeocB tie stwdeat eo tThe cbool of Chrixt church Coco
POUTICS ae-Adb a met' ete'e bM a ted the port out of nut Grove has been tarlted to be
JI a.ed tie ;i.c and wlfl pr-- fx.47ence siaee. hat station to the trot speaker a *ia this Tat J
Pl"JIMt&: E -enho"er is is &&vth Arseric: &.t ax a.ba.M&der ::,- ere! w L prtpcra* the .fa f 1001 by popular donand. for the

of ro4wiB. r ekis? ta resv.e ficdip u.! Z7 .e ---t & berk.: A :ts Morels metinc. the Sweetisfs Foundation Fund 1f'JUMed
brlsg aM-Jt better reLatIor t wixb tk..s -c. Jc1lJ aboot. tzac: *ocw action bt State BoH CIt Control win con- The Sweeti&fs Foundation was f
txkr : exec-saG !Cam:. tar in 1957 by Dr. H.
application
On the whole be hu ba weB rred eet, a M : .1 I sales 3reitks''s
a aoQetsoae of 120.000 N. ad rx;')IC to FAMU Sweeting. At the same time the ,
bfe rilk may k tensedAt sseeceu31. ,' t'xste w learn, shoaid bet public is icrited to attend a
Mme the t nit.d State State it aD TvtYecvet + : ItWe rappot: Dds e tn birthday celebration ia honor of (
k t:i :t : ..anfu Business League to Dr SweetLg which will be held ..1
3e
Civil! Ribti le it tio11. r..ai rr La .t e ': .
tst d spast SAataaaa 'Oft the 9 eetinfs Estate San-
leader to the Senile who Taw CM Biftetn jep4a.. I I,CIIML! Meet Sunday day March! I), 330: pmt, 21U
coer4'red. wu seteeiif l ge ss to Sate ,. g. ass NW 4th st. Ft Lauderdale.

with the eofiUnaou detah.*?.r kt: ::!IIPt w omaiied CamJ -
oay. tz* nt day
ltfoL H.we.er.he Stems cIit- B'Jt.new Learse Mrs meet ooSesdt
the Swithern *> 1 I
opj cs *ere hen r 2 ffryt9sstr c:4 rc am at
? March C. 3:30 pm. .
em prepared and the taiLathos 4*** et- I ?* Less is ire< IOtea
th Giver YMCA 4ltorjuni.a.
LOTS FOR SALE
Srnathr! E zda&d of Miuiadp: gi eat M SG r7e; I I > IJtc tn!_ tory days srw, Vh are A:! 1 local bus- ,
s-rrsa: Pe:s'a ar tcrrkcs tr*
110
h 'lro-.h inK" :rrrsen ue urged to take advsr're Corner 110 x
r wrt decision "crap" He said it M': ; C I bait and CILQ ctsrc&e.r lay
Coming: from a L" S. S natar. sale state=& t* ft.ew" swt!I *e or cat oct &o t of chefs x A1ftr tlrs orpmza-la Build oo your lot t
naticesl
only di rep* t for the btT&fert tribvsai. tkre I.'s.d sass, actrntics auxt I2A Leai woff'eee!f. ixeD: is IB Nn York scope City or min :

State tot f.raMh ,Mjra4a for RUIi& aad e4 *r eM&- i Moe. Good md47 cocci *c uarkr. he dsectson of Dr T. D.
Apc$ 35. lar..tor urn Ant1: \ We take care of flnaActaf
Pattrtwn. of TusTV
trice that are not M friendly t* par caratr ex restdent -
k.te Iw.tvte ; NO MONEY DOWN
Lat.r. Sewat' r EadMad rekte4.. at the damage was Soule fatk bsc: erne *- pay &-:oU are still open for
already. d6Re.Thil I bt.. read ( Srn 6OrR 0 4 r ?.*ac scbeeis sad wed pre'I |1 J4 SundaT to
make get your &ane on
u le Uon and Maaten vast te
year *%5'! I I teat t S 2iey eeQid Too ts."' the ieg na: charter homeSEYMOUR
an impression on their eaaetttwMi. That if part .f wbatto Tie ma1Ie was boetsr9 O: eaiti
ealled petttk J"r'Itz Gaea oa W4a"JM I BARON

N'egrfdt interested to what' refer e& The I rtoed v g a d- I JE 81340
are qette; ? esso! far tsar merrgig.v Don't Fret Fight!
win W eh ,ckteir voting ree.rda when w before fey P' Fyartda nrtcst tat :hieBsie : Lktt and Insured Bulldar
to the JieIh in S'overaker. ami red ic eubiseactlra Join The NAACP I
Meanwhile the U. S. Supreme Court bade dewn! twdecMoM a There k cd far set
oetly fee4snC be B-.bA. but
uaaRime4M affectiac Near vehtr rirbt and re- k+ g 1t.

tiring vetlnsr privilege to 1,377 itrkkea frera n ..n. All former students, patrons, friends, and the

lion ro4U& in Washington Pariah La. tdal Aa rtfaquak fofiov{ by a general public are invited to attend
WT sad Cr ta aCorocco
In Miami Judge J<* ph P. Ueb of the Federal Court leek tM ttr of 1,000 and tat
ruted araimt the Dade County Scheel Beard on their >std 6.000. O'BERRY'SMAGIC

method of aMliminr pupils and directed the leheol board's

attorney Edward Board man, to come up with a method each In bouad Bitenficid.tram ce' Cl led a why Cbl-a CITY DRIVING SCHOOL

for aawurinr Negro pupiU that they can apply to enter two mXLfT oil tract rrsuMz ia
Khook of their choke. the death c< 13 pcrtocj aad SA OPEN HOUSEMARCH

The erne considered was that of Theodore R. Gfbon, iaj.zed.r4ttttg.
I THRU PROGRAM 5 P.M. SUNDAY
Jr.. whose father brought the wit after his soar application ac izit racial Urricnta
for entering Miami Jackson High School had been Teaaesee. M 'teBoa aad UU *.W tsth AVENUE PHONE OX t.IUS
rejected.The. five rrt& ftadetxts arrested far
derDGnltnUQr against segrepte.d .
CaM wa appealed to the Fifth United State* tuned counters' in Nash --e
Court of Appeal and wa+ referred back to the Federal were fA d JO e*rt or 33 and a
Court in Miami.Atterney third days In >*tl Rites of them
d oded they would rather to
Boardman promise to wbmtt another pro- )au. Four of thara appealed f9 Chance of a Lifetime!
flfll'al within the next ten dayi.

The public will be waiting with interest for Board- Yacna Bahjtna, a raldd.'rwelgSt
man' from Btmtnl. win meet Victor 3165 N.W. 61st Street
next move and the reult therefrom. Za:azar of Rio Cuano. Arfcau&aMadura

Miami new city manager like our county or Metro 1G Squat Garden on Open Sunday all day for inspection. The most beau
He U Melvin L. Reee. fndsy attn.
manager k an out-of-towner. coming
tiful home in Northwest section. All fenced in, Iarg
from Montgomery County' Maryland a residential
A fiat la between
corning sea
up
uburb of Waihington. D.C.. where it U reported he did Archjt: Moore Six: .-, utility room outside patio all electric kitchen, fully

a good job. t.8Y7WdCK eon and Elk, furnished $8.700. $700 down, balance $85 a month

The salary of our city manager will be 122,500 and Sch.oeppoer of Gcnaasy. I I like rent.

for He will also Director of Pub-
12,500 expene serge aa Baieb.ll spring trmtaini tots
Ik Safety. ee. The St lAws Cardinal* at GOODMAN REAL ESTATE

Fred Abbury waa recently appointed safety director St Petenburc. The Milwaukee
Braves at Bra mIaL Pbilade- 2688 N.W. 62nd
by Acting City Manager Meyer Stoller. lie wiN remain in pta Ptubet at Clmrwatar. SaaFrancuco Street Phone OX 1-0380

h.. p-rf'AtRt portion in the po4ke departm at. Grants at Pboetux,
Ars ..aa. Detroit Tigers at X>ktJod. -
Cincinnati' Adz
Tampa
BISHOP JOHN D. WING
Las As to>i Oodcers, Vero Beach
The Rt. Rev John Durham Wing D.D.. LL.D.. retired cast th* Baltimore Orioles at
bbhop of the Epincopal Diocese of South Florida. died MUmt. Ctjca&o White Sox aiSaratou

on Monday at the age of 77. Funeral service was held at STORESLOW

the St. Luke's Cathedral Orlando at 11 a.m. Thursday. In Moetjonierr, Ala, over
Bu hop Wing was a native of Atlanta Ga. He came 1.000 rtudeau frcrn Alabama
to Florida in the year 1924. In 1935 he was appointed State Colkfe marc&ed to eState RENT
Capitol oo Tuesday Ttsey
BLthop Coadjutor and succeeded the late Bfohop Cameron shewed their loyalty by ssng.ng
Mann in 1932. He served until 1950 when he retired on fee NaUeoal Anthem and 17tfif %
100
the advice of hU physician. the Lord's Pnu.tea Traffic Location

Under Bluhop Wing's guidance the Diocese of South Q\.d1.7 The Public returned Safety to IXrector their claim aad Newly Decorated

Florida progreed spiritually and numerically. other tread::: were cbaenrers.

lie was loved by all elapses in the Diocese.It D d UiU sane touch their hearu1O'B"7" 42 Ft. Deep

was Ye Joditorpleuur to be a delegate at the MaCe City Dnvim

convention when he was elected Bishop Coadjutor. School bolds open house in Its
BUhop Wing was auto a subscriber to The Miami new buOdinf at 0362 NW UUl' WILL HELP EQUIP

Time On September 9, 1943. he sent the following letter: ave. on Sunday, AtnJ 6.

Editor of the Miami Times. Ideal for Sandwich and Barbecue, Fish and Poultry
Personal Mention
Dear Sir: Beauty Parlor Sundry ,tore, etc.3rd .
Permit me to extend my congratulations to 'The :Miami Mrs.. Caridad Tortes, wife of
Times," on its twentieth anniversary.As the Rev. Bruce Tones, of 10311

a ftubftcriber to the paper during the past ten years i the NW ChriaUan 50th It. is Ucsnorial now a patient HospitalMrs. att 632-638 N.W.

I have observed with gratification that its editorial utter- Torres was admitted Sunday Ave.

antes while marked by courage and conviction have and is now reported in sate
been marked also by a temperate tone and Christian isiactory condition. Friends may
visit her during the regular visit s I
plrit in* hours II
In my judgement they have made no small contribu I

tion to a better interracial understanding and relationship. SEE MANAGER
I wish for "The Time" continued success and widen- REGISTER TODAY I

ing influence. 320 N.W. 7th Street or call FR 1-4554

Sincerely, Books are now at i !
John D. Wing Ask About Our FREE RENT PolicyPACE

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.. ... ". Liberty ;City Resident MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

SATURDAY MARCH, 1960 PAGE 5

Wins First Born I
Around MiamiBy

ContestMrs. FIRE INSURANCERates

on Your Home
1 DAVE, (Mr. .Bwtitf) BONOU Carmen Annie ,Wooten, .
.
;;:. Cuban nrtfe of Isaac Wooten Jr., 1. GO DOWN IN "APRILCall
: : -
gave birth to a daughter 233 our office now to find out how you can benefit
.. .. Saturday morning Jan. 30 winning from this reduction
WHEN A DULL week rolls by t he contest at the N e w
ana nothing is happening. it is: .- Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mr. and Mrs.,

as hard as heck to write, and try, bands two girl singers, a dan Wooten and two other children: : SERVICE FMST INS. ACEHCY
''I to keep this mess tram being a cer, flip W then and Chickie reside at 6904 NW 8th aver
. bore to the reader. Most everyone Horne and loa. show that admission 631 N.W. 36th St. PL 95284Yes
knows subject is coif
, my pet on. A
price was $1.00 Junior Gilliam Visits
and there are many of youreaders party of tour came to the door, we still write auto insurance
who. just donl dig golf- ased how much for the tickets,
Junior Gillian, star third baseman
it is most OCant
Nevertheless
and when Charlie said $1.00 hew
for the Los Angeles Dodgers
to the golfers in our area
asked, 'Uhat Ue you tryingto M
that I mention the Biltmore golf u visited Miami last week before I
do, rtb the people. 1 can ff?
reporting for spring training at
course. About 5 or 6 weeks ago,
and dub for 50c and
to the so so
Dodrer Town. Vero Beach.
1 called the Pro. Bill Tinder and
with the lour of us that is only ti
'
the While in Miami 1 Gilliam performed
asked about a plan whereby
he's right That is $2
U. Yes
his Measoa duty ss
.
boys could' get something to at
and some shelter in case of bad but when you get $2.00 for a IIp('< ....th<*. Mr. Tinder explained table charge, what have you got Walker's Whiskeys, withspecial
cool motor. Two bandsast
about the COlt clubs and associations how your emphasis on Canadian
the owner at least $200 a
Club and Walker's Dehxxe.
that use the club house
night and the show at least $100. I
and discussed building a
we That is $30U a day and with a Gilliam was high in predfc-
snack' bar for ail Garth
golfers.
uiree day eekend; period is $900. tkns of the success of his teamin
into the
Reeves was brought
SilaricM (Tor waitresses bartender the coming" season. He would
cuavenatioa and as Mr. Tinder a door man, cashier, lights, not go So tar u to say the Dodgers
.
premised" so be it lie built
conditioning ; will last I NOW I I
a snack bar. I was out there a air paler money repeat year's accomplishments
few oays ago and as Dill tells for stock; and what have you. ; but he did say
he's awning So you see, you can't blame &..beownt'tI they'll' be right up there when _
me. get an company
fr being scared of buying it's all over.Gilliam .
coming out there to place drapes I
record and
good stars so on.
Inside. the screens in case of rain
paid a special tribute
So you sec it is us that are really
or wind storms. So to Bill Tinder not the clubs andKmn.es to his tearn-enate. Charlie Nut,I
and his staff may we say ,supporting and the sooner we lend star second baseman. lie said hi f.twl.w fl.ete Mw sCors ,.er1,

"taank' jcu for your consideration. support to these places, the sooner regards Neal as one of finest n..id. ,..Ws .od t.wlea b w.i...

we witl have better entertainment second basemen in the business 4 e.ww.di.iis t. .y a.yhseAdi.
The cf Nassau They don't come' any better, said
LAST SUNDAY he. Sir Jhn veopfe support GilUara. a .,nleMly.ae 1 nd.y
their clutM, and are getting: I
Hotel was crawling with eels
enjoying the sunshine and pool. the &<\6. Let's get on the ball Gilliam arrived In Miami last
Throe were Billy Daniels, Benny Speaking of Nassau I have le rag: Wednesday and remained in thv a
since known that that was thpuce. r city until Sunday.
I*>ne, Sappy White. Verne .
Biker Utti* Willie John. DamaU -
Jo Sir Charles Thompson. Figures AndFashions L A
Junior GiUiam. Edna Mae Robinson THREE SERVICE station attendants -

Curt UaJ'1 OC. Candid, were shot and two died because -: _' _
Mary Minor Napolean Reed td guns again... I did not I _
Take Dr !wn. Jean Fontaine. Rose Know we men, out u someoooyill I ALL NEW .- .
Auen and Mrs. Swing. How those ill do something about carrying The SUm Line S. S. Club will

.-s; two got in t he act, I dontno of guns lees deaths will come' by, present its annual fashion show. LUXURIOUSrrNEGRO
". this method. You might be next Figures and Fashions on Sunday '
Remember it is not the White March 20. 4 pm. at James JL ? ;

PRETTY GIRL ef the Week: race or the Negro race we are Scott auditorium 7300 NW 22nd SECTIONI e ''et

.uOara Hart (Sir John Lounge trying to save but the human,' ave.Theme .
sAasuees) Pretty Boy of the race which is mere important : Any Woman Can be a
fIIICftC Quentin North Sec- than anything ewe. Sign the pe-I Model.
racy of the Wee Odessa talon to ban guns in our county. Featured models Mrs. Vivian t t SIt1.17
...Kinder (IX Lauderdale.) Do your part in vumteaung this I Imnf and Mrs. Shirley Johnson.
draU!draUng weapon. I The tx-fore" and "after" model -
FREDDIE MUNNING. ewer II I I .will be Mrs Gloria WUUaIM.I Inca

uf the Cat and Fiddle flight Club DRUMMER MAN Bill PM" "I the This dub had IU inception' in 1 / Jura s
Easy Method
la Nassau is throwing in every and Spouw have bad a visit Charm and School of
laing but the kitchen sink. Same Reducing.This
from the stcrk. It's a boy. There
u JtiU .IhDIoG at his Zanzibar group is under the tute-
is another stork who seems to betaking
l ledge<< Mrs.
of
Evelyn Tynes who
As far U entertainment the slow boat from China.
I\AIa this week on the island is (The one uho U to visit Ed and recently famed Grace graduated from the
Chietie Berne at Dirty Dicks; Jtiyllis OxEVERY *.) Crams Modeling Down and School of Special Miami Transit buses direct to track from NW

Laverne Baker, Sloppy White, I rlxin; in New York at Body). tJ.tu- 3rd Ave and 13th St. Starting at 7 p.m. One way 25c.
Elizabeth Lands Tommy Brown WEEK for the last
__ __ .
hu ..
Chris Columbo and his ......
group, four 1 closed --------.s. ::
Alex Stephens aDd Iris band and "'ith years"Live Life have Every arways Golden 1',7.-r iitt..W---...-:..,... ... ....... ... .....'raw ...L.y.o..lL...,...... .... .wrw.eT.. x r .ra",... r ..'tI .

!run the lot* of thing, heap Minute of It Peace." This -U"
much: more entertainers are on week for a alight. change .1 !n "LET'S ALL GO MAN" ?
their way over Se ms as if Nassau "Remember as you slide down!I Z
is the place to eo cue the the bannister of life, may the f; TO THE i
clubs here wont do a darn thing. splinters never point wrong '

Clyde Killras keeps a fecal wayPEACE.. iX11 I I 1 i
show whach gives the people a
place to go but at times needs a ; 1900 H. W. !!
new attraction to Bend variety Thank You CLUB Ml
The Palace f""* having acts. and I i
bands but cut that out. The Club Mrs. r B Svry uf fee Spry 75th Street
Mi tried Earl Boctic and lost Beauty Salon 1403 NW 3rd are,I ,a
money, eo they wont invest in wishes to five thanks to all
name acts anymore. They have kind friends and patrons. fur the
Bert Wallace so they donl' need many beautiful ('cards flowers and' TO HEAR
a band. Club Royal is the same telephone messages sent in by I I
Uung Baker's Cancer looker than: during her illness. i
Terrace Auckland+ Palace are all Words can net explain her
In the same category. Oh, what deepest erprewk and sincere:
the hock, they are all alike in* appreciation." Your kindness will & His Band
chiding Cafe Society. never be forgotten.Mrs. ii Leroy Lang
Once in a while the Harlem F. B.5pt'7THANKS ;
Square cflers something and Sir
John fine of talent #
offering a piece
FEATURING .
right now in Fish Hay's
.
.
Calypeo Group In Studio Two

and Yvonne Gholston on the organ Mrs. Daisy Bensoo. wishes to
in the IOUACC. All of this non- take this time to thank the many 1rf Bert Wallace On The Organ

entertainment policy these own friends' of the Church, School ,rf
ers bring in. They could go out and community for cxperssionsuf
and get the best shows la the '
"get well cheer, with cards
DIG THIS SHOW EXTRA SPECIAL
world and put a $1.00 or $1.30 letters flowers sad money, including Ill -
charge on the doors and hell your prayers. of

starve to death. A-hich 1 am sure helped to cheer M Shawn McGowan--A Show That's New"Pat"
For example when I ,.... in and strenthmyself enen me in becoming:
the Club Mi (a beautiful club) again. H
with Chjckie Hcrne Charlie Thank you again and again. 4 Newborne- -New Song Style

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TIMES MIAMI topics and as I suggested over .'.
FLORIDA TEEN-AGE SET delegates
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MARCH 5, ,1960TriCounty coke aboutire detatisthot each TOOTH
FROM CARVER I .
... session ACHE 1..sa.//.
YMCABy Entertainment for this large "... ,.. .,. 1111b111.M .
delegation of representatives' took ,.....It. ..
LUCILLE WHEATLCY the form of group singing specialmusk c

Scouts Hold Here I am again "Jack and by 'Get the Murray Acquainted"High School social M?"......"..". ORAlEt.
I Jills" of the Carver Branch YM. Choir a
If you recall not so very long and a talent show. their
'
keeping
sessions
With all
ago I mentioned a conference to
for the focus on creating maintaining ; !!
Recognition Banquet be held in St Augustine the
'11-Y and Trl-Hi-Y members. and extending! throughout
heme. school and community, BEAUTY
feature
Well I'm about to start my
Christian character -
Tb Annual Divisional Recognition artide on this conference; high standard of
Robert L. Stokes. I the various workshops offered New Duplex
Banquet of the South Fla. Ralph IL Mom, scout executive but before I do let me remind. much enlightenment in the
Council. Boy Scouts of America duly Inducted the officers for you that if your YMCA Club Is of the Triangle:
was field recently at the ML ZionBaptist 1960.>> Master, of ceremonies for doing something exciting CaneSI'm significance Mind and Body. 4 Spacious Bedrooms
Church. Scouter from the evening was Vernon C. Miller sure that it is) you had better Spirit 2 Tile Baths
the three Counties served by the cubmaster of Pack Ml let me know about the happenings I i I 2 Utility Room
Council Broward Dade and so that I can tell all of Cubs in The NewsCub Water
Monroe rwcre present to enjoy SIXTH ANNUAL Miami, about your wonderful pro Pack 90 of Bunche Park City
tae season's highlight and to recognize I
gram. Ini-
Elementary! School held its
Scouters moo had shown TALENT SHOWThe "Christian Leadership in the t.al: Blue! and Gold Banquet. 1480 N.W. 59th St.
the way In outstanding service Sputnik Age" was the fitting Wednesday' nltht. Feb. 24 In the 3120 N. W. 48th TerraceUse
6th Annual Youth Talent
ever the previous yean: theme for the Florida State Hi- carriedout
Alexander W. Brooks division Show sponsored by the Sub- Y-Trl-Itl-Y conference which cafetorium This affair
Debs Club of the James E. Scott the theme honoring the 50thannh.t"1"JI" your land a* a down
chairman, was given the highest was held Feb. 12in St Augustine -
recognition u council may award Community Association is slated The Murry High School of Scoutin of America payment. Lot or home
tnat of the Silver Beaver. Thi for Friday, March 25. Liberty was swarming with 304 delegates The speaker of the eveningwas BaronJE
award is Square Auditorium, 6304 NW cities Franklin Rcss. director' of
given for outstanding: who represented 17 throughout
service to tne Scouting: program 14th ave. Is the place and the Florida and were' anxious to YMCA. His speech offered a 8-1340 Open 3-5 p.m.
as well as to youth in his com time Is 8 pm I I I register for the conference.: challenge to parents to acceptthe
munity. Auditions will be held on The Tri-lii-Y girls who were true" responsibility! of Parenthood J
The Thursdays March 3 and 10 at '7 by sharing in the youth
following men were the first to represent the Carver ..
at the movements' set up to promote -- &""' __r1-:
awarded the Council recognition p-m. Liberty Square Aud Branch, will be most happy to
called the Canvass Award: itorium. I I I share their experiences with you. better youth and' future citizen
Sylvester Harrington, Scoutmaster .' The elementary division Is be Annette hunter Gail Hill Leslie i Leo Thompklas was the master ef Beautiful Home osi
Troop 74, aponsored u/ ing added this year along with Rose Blackshear. Patricia ceremony.' Your Lot
the Mays High School PTA. the junior and senior divisions Davis, Barbara Wake Gloria Davis There were 125 bars and parents
Samuel Grant, Scoutmaster fcr with first, second and third and Faye Williams (chaperoned present' and all enjoveJ ;b a dzvf'F
Troop 99, sponsored by Bethun prizes In each. AU participants by Mrs Ina Blactohear) the dinner and skits presented; by
&'d1kntu, school PTA. will receive a token of appreda-''1'are the loveliest' with whom you Dens 1 and 2.
Len., Smith, Scoutmaster for tkn. '' mar chat over a coke and turn Amonc the wets present were
Troop 77, sp.n* +red by SL Agnes RULES AND i green with envy when they verbally 'I Cub Leader Willie Nels-n and
fcpiCvpai Church. REGULATIONS take you into some of the Anthonv Simon Jr. of Rainbow
Vernon MiLer, Cubmaster for 1. Participation: Dance, sing valuable conference sessions and Park Elementary *
instrumental
Pack' yu, sponsored by Bundle playing. Imitations social! functions Vorry Moon and The steering committee" of Pack
Park Elementary: School PTA. or Contestants impersonations orations. Kinslev Gamble were the happy 90 would like to give special C.mpi*. building>> service
This aard was given to the must: Attend au delegates representing the 'Y thanks to all perms and especially -
men fcr outstanding service during ditions meet approval of the centered: 11I-Y froup. to our PTA for making this PLANNING
critic
the year 1959. The next recognition board have their own accompanist Miami began to show Its talent affair a sueees*, The next regular BUILDING
was the District Fleu de made (exceptions will be fr'tn the beginning when Alfred PTA meeting will be Mon FINANCING
Los Award given to the following by consulting the director., Williams, who was attend day.. March 1, at 8 p.m.
men and one woman for' AU participants will be Judged Ing his first conference" and is a Your New H.mREPAIRING .
faithful service for a period of fairly by competent Judges. GUi Junior at Booker T Washington -- -
at. least four veanl. I Pl 8-4792. I Jr,-Sr High was unanimously LOTS FOR SALE e '
Godfrey ScavelLa Institutional elected president of the I960 REMODELING
representative for Gethsemane NAACP AID TO I conference. Docker Ts delerates, Comer 110 x 110 e RENOVATING
Baptist Church, West Hollywood George Storr. Melvin Baker Build on your loter
aonacr of Troop 187. KING OFFEREDBY Basil Gillton. Robert Williams and Over Twenty Years .f

Joseph Given, Cubmaster of WILKINS Alfred Williams were under the mine C.n.truetl.et. I.perlltc.
Pack 56. sponsored by ML Ztob I supervision of John C Capers We take care of financing O.arantt.tf SatMfactltn
Baptist Church. NEW YORK Roy Wlkin[ and John W Dillard. Thomas R.
Mary Finney. Den Mother of executive" secretary of the Na-: Papino chaperoned Levis Smith, NO MONEY DOWN '
Pack 79, sponsored by SL John's tlonal Association for the Advancrment Alfred Poland Samuel Austin [ (51mCLCl.
Institutional Baptist Church. i I of Colored People, today j and Abraham Turner from Cash paid for your Iota or
David Wilion. Divisional Vice assured Rev Dr. Martin L. Northwestern Hlfh. hemeSEYAIOUR .(!)i@ 9rt
chairman for 1959. King Jr that the Association The conference' sessions delved
A special Cub Plaque was stands ready to aid him In any into subjects such at: -RJcht Re BARON NE 5-6171
awarded Mrs. Lillian Mazon, Des way possible In his present' dif lationship Between Girls and ,
Mother of Pack: 55. sponsored by ficulties with Alabama authorI Boys" Developing a Philosophy JE 8- 1340 1121 N.W. 29th Street
the George Washington Carver ties.Dr. of Life" -KnaAinj Yourself u a Lktnstd and Miami
Elementary School I'I'A for her King has recently moved PerioD etc Tak. your pick of Insured Oulldtr
faithful and devoted service over to Atllnta. Charged by Alabama I I
the past 12 yearsA authorities with perjury in connection iI i --
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plant between 1910 and 1930 was tine's College during the three
one wtuch Mr Young worked at years he was an instructor In
/ rauousiy, and the paper hasoven printing at that institution.
atd abie to serve its public lauie He Is married (2nd) to the
measure it has because it has f>-mer Miss Josephine Tucker
constantly expanded its mechan- Mr eley of Norfolk who is a
cat punt ana news and editorial teacher in the Norfolk schools.
suds: ,, and has at toe same Umecjnunuy I They reside at 2833 Beachroont
expanded its. floor Ave. rf
4,ace until it is now ten times
um which tae paper occupied iu BEAUTICIANSTO
wiU.
foe new editor in 1910 felt the
w urge ol crusading, and his first MEET IN WPBWest -..: T
cu U7 in that use was against ._ -
tne ivcauen of saloons in rear Palm Beach Mill be the
u uoa areas of the city, lit site of the 1900 convention of
'tayed in this crusade until thiauons the Orange Blossom Beautician r i -
were abolished, not Association. Units 5 and 23 are I
uuvugii nu crusaue, but by ai joint hostesses. All plans art I :
.ct oi tonte*.*. Then he turnednis completed, both units working tc I =
attention to a crusade lot en'ertain the Conventioneers roy
more anu better Kb oa. Tms cruue ally The department heads have icjj:
ne nas never abanened. The unique plans for a successful:
PiUmmer Bernard Young rose paper oas been a constant advocate mtt May 15 thru 19.
to his newspaper career by what ol poiibcai and civil rvhU. At the midyear executive
some of. the early! American pioneer ana uon its first Wendell Willie board meeting Claris were completed
Journalist called the stair- Award l..r its expose of. for the purchase of a 20
step route. puoiic>> scowl coodiUotu in Princess acre tract cf real estate In Dade
ne *rved a four-year apprenticeship Anne and Gioucestetwountics I County. D. A. Julius, the slat
>> in a newspaper cffice: Virginia adv( }r n. >Uated the business
worked two years as a Journey Between i 4o-44, the Journal transaction another stride In
man printer, was an instructor in and uiude received three Wen- the growth and cultural development .
Vnnuru three years at an educational oe. WuUUe Awards for out. of the OBBA. Beauty on r
institution, after which standing performance. in Jour- parade .is the theme: of the Artist
he became an associate editor, nalism. Bureau. Mrs Alaine S. Walden .
and then editor. Because of interest manifested" tate president said educational 1
Alter serving a abort time in by tae rape i.y ruing aDd vocal development will be stressed In r..t-
the utter capacity in Norfolk, he nvwapapei, Mr Young was in- every department A post convention -
acquired by purchase in 1910 the V.M.U in i*Aa; to become vice tour of two days in Nassau -
Louie Journal and Guide. This. fxettuem of toe Negro Organization has been planned.The .
was the house organ of a fraternal tion > Inc. in Virginia. OBBA extend condolences' Q. What do -
organization known as UK i'4)e s u an of this organization isUvtier t the families and friends of the you
Knights of Gideon.Immediately ischooo. Better Farms late Mesdarm Mary Donaldson
after he became Better Homes, Better:. Health and of M* Dora and E. Lois Mack of mean CLEAN...
owner of the organ he convertedit Better Business. This slogan ev- 1 Ocala
to a secular noAipaper, drop.. inctdrd M nth the aims" t Ii' Mrs Donaldson was presidentof CLEAN..CLEAN
pad the word "Lodge from its Journal and Guide Mr. Y&uag un.i i 48. and Mate chairman of
tick, and as editor and publisher remained active ever the years th. first aid department
b uan; the long arduous task. of. and stiii maintains hi a. membersnt I Mrs Mack was president of Am
building a plant and first class > and tatflet-t in the Society, un.t 47 for many years, we have WE MEAN THAT THE a,, ;.
newspaper.At I a state-wide organization.In j het good friends CRISPEST, DRIEST MARTINI "'..0",

that time the paper's circulation 19JO Mr. Young was anv.t..1 UNDER THE SUN IS MADE
was 5OO spies a week ed to Join the board of the Anna ."....
and tour pate in sue. lie has T Jvanes Foundation This phi I IKE.IUOR .... WITH QEAN TASTING
seen it grow in the past fifty lantrroptc organization uppurt- I fUlSCHMANirS GIN
years to a 24 to 32 standard page ed in whole, or in part supervising ': !S
newspaper with the largest circulation teachers for oUored ic'.r.. .
of any weekly newspaper schools in 800 southern counties ( ..--
published beloMr the Ma- Mr Young served as a monbet -==-..=::::&-
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Kami ItSV JKRAI lull: H Ftttf M fUTglim ItS1I1.a tut m till car
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of this
on-Di&on lane Negro or White.In board tor ten years until rywr- e.irr .r.
IV13 he incorporated the It'\\u merged with the Slater, =5 w.rlr.w..rwr

business and took into the cor- Fund to term the Southern Education --.- --- -
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poration his wife, the late Mrs.leaner Foundation Meanwhile, he &
White Young. who served had been called to serve on the i I
as treasurer and a directordilhently boards of Howard University, Our CIn..ifi d Columns Get Flat Result
Until her last illness Inee.rlj Hampton Institute, SL Paul's
194& Xiiege and Palmer Mcmor.ai I -
Hit brother, Henry Cheatham Institute He served 23 years on
Young, also became a stockholder the Howard University board,
and served until 1939/ when five years as chairman. of the cxecutive <
by mutual aV'fllDt'Dthe commercial : committee, and sx yearsas
printing business which chairman of the board. ,
had been built to considerable Early in 1943, Mr Young was ATTENTION PROPERTY
volume was s %varated from<<: the named a number of the PresiI IdHtt'
publishing and printing of the Fair Employment. Practice -
neuv per. 1L C. Young took CXmmJUee* and served two
over this business which he nowoperates years in that capacity.
under hi ownenhop on Bccaute" of... numerous ac.
a much' larger scale as the IL C. ivities eeAiHvted admins'; :at.ve. -I :- OWNERS -:-
Young Press, Inc. !y with educations) insttutocs,
Later, in 1029. when his son P. and became. of .his humanitarian
Bernard Young. Jr. graduated work 'in general he n''C vrd f:';r
from Ohio State University, he honorary degrees as follows' Due-
Joined the paper, and in a few tor of Laws, from Sha>... rr..vrrwty t
months was assigned to the position .in 14194; Dfteor of 1Ijmne If Your House Lot Is Paid For And
of managing editor. In Letter. from Virgins IV :.n t':-'
1932, when his son, Thomas W. iversity. 1937.: Dtctor of Laws
Young graduated from the school from Viiyinia Stale Cc J leg?.
of Journalism and the college of 1440; and Doctor of Laws frcm You Are Interested In Building
law at Ohio State, he Joined thepaper TUftkefee Institute in 1943 j
and served consecutively a:: Last year Mr Young received:
assistant to the president, vice a citation as the DiSt, ",::sled: '
president and business manages editor of the year from the Na- : '
Both are stall with the paper, this: t.onal Newspaper Publuhen AssoriaUea. ., $i& ; A Beautiful ..
former serving as editor and the .
latter as president and general He was chairman of the Advisory
manager. Committee to the Norf -
To the members of his family Mc Housing Authority from its
and a large number of efficient inception in the late 1930s and 3 BEDROOM HOMEFOR
and faithful employees>> Mr. he;ed plan: the extensive tum'' -
Young attributes much of his clearance: program One of thprojects.
success as a newspaper editor Young Park bears hisname.

and From publisher.1910 until the summer cf He ..is chairman of the Adr'rcry' I
1946 Mr. Young served as both Board of Norfolk Dfv on of Virginia I NOTHING I DOWN

editor and publisher of. the State Collate He was one '' r - .. .. -. -- .-
Journal and Guide. In that year of the organizers and rrst vic;I
he shifted mere of the responsibilities prudent and a member of the
of the business and editorial 'Board of Directors af the Southern ,
departments to his two Regional Council.
song. Mr, Young attended pub!!c and
The task of financing and private schools in Nora Caro I
building an adequate newspaper lina and studied at St Augus-
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Philippa Schuyler -- -


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Thrills Appreciative i


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I I vTHIS----------- y AudienceThe ,=,

and THAT famed and talented Phil
ippa Duke Schuyler thrilled an OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

a__________________ _ appreciative audience in a piano
....----._---------- recital last Thursday night at the

Dtuing the week of Feb. 2128Mi attended a party. hi her honor. Dade County Auditorium. Miss
.. i..cuie l;awards entertaineu -. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs Schuyler played selections from FRIDAY SATURDAY
Mu feme Cetaers of South Johnnie Walker. lie is connected Bacn Busoni, Moussorgsky,
Laarence with Jackson Memorial Grilles and Gershwin. AU were ;,
t.tui fU, Ui. Bryant : Hoepital
o* 6.1. .\wmal College U her and she is the owner and operator very enthusiastically received by''
the large audience. I
the Nauonat As U Walkers
&.x423 aun&2 Beauty Salon.:
a41a..w oi Petbonnel Workers: OwOgratulaUon Debbie* Following her announced' pro- CORKaWilDE
ana ute kiorula Guidance Con*: g ram Miss Schuyler presented a
f ei ence. Tree group visited many' THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: number of timely encores, including FILMED W VICTORIA SHAWEQCS
cX tae iocai ftcoools tae Fouatuu Take tone to WORK it is the some of her compositions
>itu and Uatmore Hotels on price of success.: Take time w It was an evening of muchcCoitural TNEGMMCANYON ;f1 !
MUHU tteacn, rualeah Race flunk it is the source of pow entertainment, which
'I teas aaa tae !* snesiaa Room er. Take time to PLAY it U will be long remembered by all ,, OrSUNDAY
a i iuiraaUenai Airport tae secret of youth. Take time who were' present The recital
to READ it is the foundatioaot .was sponsored by St Agnes
Mrs. knowledge. Take time to Episcopal Church.Homeowners.
F. Crank of 242
Vilra.J bujettc; :... Auanta Ga. of WOR&JUP 111 the highmay! L iCKEY SHAUG! SSYa.rx.
reverence and washes the dust Tea COtORI
newsy app.inted South Atlantic cf earth from our eyes. Take .' '' a -o r+oe.ctret
jvJ.want uaeetttf oi Alpha Kappa tune to HELP AND ENJOY
CMtferity was here on bulin :JI. 'ritllVDS it is the source c4Happiness. The United atomeowners' Association
>ae u .*rvtog out the uncxpiredUna Take time to LOVEit .-. cordially invites the
o1 ae *ate Georgia Srfiank.iua is the one sacrament of !llt. public to attend their First Annual
Take time to DREAM it Social I Tea at which time 'OAQEKOWB/G 5NE GE]
/ppJy
the model homes proposed for
LoW Jfefca on cf the hitches the soul to the stars r
Chi,&efi's Service. Bureau .a1uL.ua."atta Take tune to LAUGH It is the Negro Senior Citizens will be unveiled ILO EEVf2YG0 Gl'JSYA KEJ
prior because her singing that helps with life's under the direction of the
D1K e. .uxqueua lliii, to whom toaos Take time to PLAN .& Miami Housing Authority.
sue M ray" much attached, was is the secret of being able to:>> The tea will be held at the
MM wjiatr oi a $%,UW Icnolarst haxe time to take time for UM of Mr and Mrs. Carlton
<4> ta *t.pia Kappa Alpha's 18)8 Hut nine things.Submitted : MFinley. 2301 NW 63th st, Sun- .
T4* -ac..arata&. This was one of H&mberry. dean oi girls at North program in its entirety will b*
tAe luga pvtats at AKA's Boule Dade Jr Sr. High School I in the March 19th Issue cf the
heal la Ctaeiaaau., Mas llill is Miami Times.

.ree et erf Kfeo Chapter tor4xl.ey Martin Singers at Jeflford Smith president I n2
+ CaL Carbon Flnley. Bin. Mgr.
Mt. Zion r
;-' iiu: ncn sI
The u awe t Andersons and Lily Whites BenefitCIAociation _
that deig&<*ul iitUe son -, ere into Choirs No. 1 and 2 of Mt Zioa'Baplin
*'a tur a to* hours visiting old Church proudly I
in Bo*. l&fctr n nc which is lo- the ROwrta Martin Singers ;
C1Iku at JZil itftA ave" Forte Chicago in concert Wednesday
Lii...",=J .. M one ol the labu- March at the Mt. Zion Baptist A new Lily White Lodge was MONDAY TUESDAY
\loa WlwW places. Chutes 301 NW 8th st The pubi set up Monday night, Feb. 22 .
IIiC i is invited. No admission.+ Ai.h: 30 members at Mt Her- E .wrwN
been at rite Guidance Confer,::' Come hear thee great artists. mon AME Church 2243 Bunche
coot arty a former Miami princ4 Park Drive, by state deputy, Lr
>-i, itua tie ft""ut. of F rnanouaa State PTA ,Closes Mrs Lillian M. Ethridge assisted TOGCTMf in the '
lU.cfi. Mrs. Carrie L. lies trill by deputy.Mrs Margaret Carey ells'I v love ,ofch of the rvnrvryf \
riso. aa oi women Shaw
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Meet in Pensacola After the meeting refreshments unto COIDWT* *
Unjvef .4>; Dt James! B. J&nes
T x.* auuuma: University; Mrs.Cau were served. Thanks to the' FRANK GINS
*.: cooiiwfi, 14a4 iiixa Sefton 1. Tre Sara Congress of Florida I elected officers and members for ,
Oiwatw, v*. i. Combs, specialist[ Cored Parents and Teachers their friendly hospitality. SINATRA LOLlOiRICIDAEICHUO
stale &HJItM. ntm of euucatltn; met at the A A. Dixon Elcrnenury 1 am sincerely grateful Her.
Sawe U. M.IAIS, dean ot girls School in IVnsacula+ Feb. 2027. S L. Gar pastor of ML Hermoa t
f EMI
DLiwauw J.UK-U liitfh. Jackson-; Church, for his loyal cooperation 4 'NEVER SO
vu.; !).{liter Alexander; Duval The theme was, *lnx,; raUvea in helping to make everything
dean o| .aria, lncoai liighirtfetwt for Uw child, and for the right& convenient<< for the setting up at PEEEt IL EDID S1EIE Y1C EN
Gata. vule. and Warren I Ill. | There *were 236 delegates rep- Lily' Whites Lodge No. 181 at his liKisoi rm Riuioitlil [
iti.int', dean uf men FAMU. meoUng 221: units, :a counties'i church. Again thanks to each oi + MIUYT BUI 1 ICIES
TlKAeie p.MWd aad fascinated and 16,499 members. !'resides.! you, hoping you all will kt'rpb.. ,
about cur seoooi system Walter R. Harper presided Christian spirit and be successful
with, M the ttto largest in the' throughout the saliva The group ;and build a prosperous lodge
United SUtcs. was addressed by such outstandi You will be ttoud: to have the
> g speakers u J. K. Chapman, 'grand president, C. Blythe An
You caasMM afferd deputy I\.IIPenDte the (dr.0 visit you In the future. s uaa ..JuNGZ
to miss the
f Slate Department of Education In I* M CihHdge
wed tUKd 1
p
program arranged
Tallahassee JANIS CARTER
for guar eQ>oym ai at the Na- Strength of "Discipline The 1 -- i
a Nation.Tbe
key '
raaja
Ctcmeatary School
March 8. The settooi will be dedicated on note speaker was" Dr G. T. Wig AIR CONDITIONED JACK BUETELmSTARTS
gins, The
School. Church and I
at Una &;me. Most reveal Home."
Mrs. Ethel Knight -- '
lag wlU be
"Naranja Yesterday The RITZ ,
Today and Turoorro" Mrs Zola the etjnt point program of I i -
PTA t "t'
JU.s Sullivan is Principal."Rra Minnie 1L workshop Fields coordinator with Mrs.of J THEATRE J'

northerners dis some of the areas which was dis. -I I NOW SHOWING I ;
crinUnaticn they are fight at wont* Mid by the various groups: C* Sy CIHNICOWR ,
1, Legislation
their ; 2. Membership; "On The
ctyoking neighbors; uhen 3. J' e-bool Service Beach""Counter
4.
soul crBl a.ht le t'ptiODbe ; Publicity. -
,
,. Rooms
Representatives ..
are 0,906181 their own mothers ; Gregory Peck
and fathers, <. ten, and their owchildren .n Study The Groups 7. Safety.
memorial service was Plot" WEDNESDAY
MmOrkdon't! kt held _
Saturday
cancer inatastacize and spread morning. All ctrl Forrooi Tucker

Timing M important, but lora cers term.were Dade re-ekcted County retained for another the Trti NOVEL THAT WAS HIUOM.DCMOUMCCO-AND S Motion
man to talk if he -
as has the
trophy for the largest Ptoru MAO ITIhrtoIathMaIwI
delegation
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right to determine when s
sefrega! of 26 North Dade received r
ttan of Negroes stall end is moo the I
trophy for PTA
arts
irons and watts
arruance. Booker T. Washington plaqu*
f-r the latest unit registration CAPITOLAND .
Militant Daisy Bates, told the of 500 orchids to Mrs Sadie Pry-
"Little Rock" story to an eager or, president of District 1 and \
audience at Mt. Zion Baptist Mrs Delia Mae Freeman presi.
Church en Thursday evening. Incidents dent of Escambia and Santa BUNCHETHEATRES
related were sad but.umulaUn County Council and all the 3ii '
,. unit presidents for the warm re s
I caption that was extended to the
George ol4eG n, popular sports delegates in t he city of five flags. I
man, who lives at 16381 East Tae National Sat Midnight Show
Bunche Park Drive. Opa Locks, meet in Columbia.Congress S. at Allen will| | Capitol Theatre only' and i id = .. BM

bAa been gravely ill. He is up University and Benedict College SUNDAY thru SATURDAY
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and around again. We hope he n June C l1'Aji.iiddNN. I
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continues to. improve ands will There will be a state work at both tK'.atrs f" ... .

be back inbe awing of shop at Bethune Cookman
Col'it' Cecil B. D.Mlll '.
things. ''' in the month of July. )
The next Congress will meet in unforgettable Biblical epic : TURC OP IHSSHFtt AND MNtT1I
Little Deborah -Debbie" Walker Orlando, the last Thursday in }
1910 Rutland St, Opa Locka. Fubruary The Oct zcss' goal SAMPSON & ) I &v iA

celebrated her 8th birthday on "An Active PTA In Every .School DELILAH ....
&uncia ". Over 60 -
) boys and girls by 1962. -

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ST. LUKE BAPTIST FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev.

Rev. P. W. Williams pastor I c. J. Burney. pastor
Mrs. Bunesta Green reporter Claudia Wilson reporter!
Sunday School -.---- 9:30 Sunday School ......... ... tJO
Morning worship .,.. ......... 11:00 Morning worship ------- u.
BTU 5:30 Evening worshio 7:00

Evening worship ______ 7:00
EBENEZER METHODISTRev
Our pastor's 18th anniversary
begins Monday night March 14. Aaron D. Hall pastor
Rev. D. A. Bradley and Mt. Ernestine 1. Hambrick. reporter
Carmel will be with us opening Sunday School .--- ..3.
night. Rev. L. R. Ross and New Morning service 11:0(
Bethel Tuesday night Rev. J. E Evening service .. ........ 7:00

Murray and Mt Nebo, Wednesday
night; A. L. Shipp and Mt Men's and Women's
MAriah Thursday night Rrr. T.
KELLY'S CHAPEL Johnson and St. John, Friday Day Program

MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Esther McNeil, reporter night
Kev. ferny Dell pastor Melbertha Gregg Mission

PAGE 10 SATURDAY MARCH 5 1960 Sunday School ___-_-_...... 9:43: Remember, this anniversary 1646 NW lit court. Invite you to
Morning worsnp .............. ll:0i begins March 14 and ends March attend a combined men and wt>-

M. Y. Y. ..... 6OuEvening 18. man's day projram Sunday afternoon -

worship ............ 730 Marches pjn
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN MARTIN MEMORIAL AME SI. MARY'S W. M. Minister C. H. Ross. A mehber ot

Rev William F. Savoy pastor Richmond Heights TEMPLE BAPTIST Rev. E. A Culmer pastor Pilgrim Rest Baptist president Church of
Loch grand
14th Ave. and 69th Street Mrs. S. Opa ,
Dswklns
Rtv Albert Jones, pastor reporterSunday
Sunday School .............., WO Milma Hams, reporter Sunday School ..._- 930 School 93C Pall Bearers No. 1 A of A, Is

Morning Service ............. 11UO Sunday School 930 Morning woship ....... .... 11:00 Morning worship .......... 11:00 guest speaker. J. W. Watson,
Westminster Fellowship 8.00 Morning worship ............. 11:00 BTU .. .............. 5"; Evening worship ....... ..... 731 chairman; Sister Sarah Sims cochairman -
ACE League ., .................. 4:30 Evening worship __________ 7:00 ; E. F. Watson pastor.
MT. AARON BAPTIST
Sunday morning we had a First Sunday services will be THE INCARNATION Olivette's Choir to
6410 N.W. 15th Avenue wonderful sermon rendered to us as usual The choirs trill sing
Her. C. W. Scott, pastor by our pastor. I am sure that jointly and the Lord's Supper Church School and Adult Sing on Telethon
Dea. tarl Golden clerk everyone there enjoyed It. The will be administered during the Bible Clsss .K 930

Sunday Scnooi ............. fc30 music for the morning was rendered morning and evening, worship. Solemn Sung Msss ______ 10:45 Sunday morning at 8 o'clock
....,......._ 530
Muriung Worship _- 11:00 by the No. 1 choir. EYC Meeung the Mt Olivette Baptist Church
UTU ,-- &uu Again Sunday night the pastor The contest between the men Evensong ..._.. 730 choir under the direction of
Lvening Worship t.tw gave another wonderful ser- and women terminates on March Hubert Taylor. will lint on the
Pr..cr meeting Tuesday fcUW mon. It was Just as food as the 27. Everyone Is busy as a bee. ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH March of Dimes telethon over
mcrl Dl'l sermon. trying to hold up his end. The station WCKT. Channel 7. This
men will sponsor a program oc 5154 NW 23rd Ave.
The sick and shpt-tns are Bro group will also sing on Education
ST. JAMES BAPTIST WinaeM Sisters Brooks, S. Thomas Sunday March 13. to pull UT Rev. F. L. Johnson pastor Night at the General BapUt -
their side. The women are not Mrs. Mildred Thomas reporter
Rev. month
and State Convention
Stephens Rev. next
323 N.W. 14th Street School ...... 930
making much noise but art. Sunday am.
Chalk. We hope for a speed' :n West Palm Beach. The Rev.
Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor you ) quietly pulling their forces to* Morning worship ............ 11:00
.... 30Muruuig recovery-' I C Micklns is minister at Oli
......
Sunday School ..... :
gether. Evening: worship ..........., 7.OC
... ....... llw vette.
Wurship Church of Prayer service Wed. .......... 730
B. T. U. Lau1vening Transfiguration Candidates will be baptized
Wurship 7JO during the 11 a.m. service. Bethel Apostolic Tempi
Visitors are always welcome (Episcopal) ST. JAMES A. M. E-
2571 N.W.
152nd Terr. Doris R. Aklns. pastorJ
BAPTIST Vena John E. Culmer MT. SINAI BAP 1131 Rev H McNeal Harris pastor La flu",. assistant
HOCH
AN
priest In charge D. U.. reporter Mrs. Sade: F. Dean, reporterSunday Sis T Wallace rf' Oltft'UIO
KeY. U. W. "Foster pastorA. Stanley Sweeting, reporter Rev S. A. Thomas, pastor School 930 N.W. 58th Street

L. Juttoson reporter Services! every Sunday Sunday School _______.__ 934 Morning Worship 11:00: Sunday School 10:00
Sunday School ... M5 Morning Worhlp ., ..,., ....... 930 Morning worship-.,..,......,. 11:01 ACE League .... 530 Morning worship 11:45
Morning Service _____ 11:00 Sunday School .............. 1030 Evening Worship ? ... 7.00; Evening worship 730
BTU _-. 530< St. John's of Ihe Nazarene I
Evening worship ...... "."0* FIRST UNITARIANOn
I 1476 NW. 58th Terrace
Sunday, March 6. Lawrence Reddtck
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Morris Skop of Temple Judea will I Frank Bryant, Associate, pastor Get out of the rut! Come and see

I address the adult forum at 10''' Sunday School .._. 10:00
Mrs. Emily Bethel chairman of ajn. at the First Unitarian Morning worship ...______ 11:00
the Baha'l Assembly of Miami, Church 64 SW 2tth road. Ilia Evangelistic service 3:00
-
will lead the discussion at the subject will be "The Discriminating Bishop HunterWHO
I
Baha'l Center. 137 NW 11th are, Mind and Discrimination." HOLY REDEEMER
7 pm. Sunday March 6. Her
subject will be "Prayer And Action. At the 11 ajn. server Dr. Mass 7 and 10 (Sundays) IS WELL :
." Harry Stark will be guest speak Vovena 730 (Wed. night) 7-------
Everyone is cordially" Invited to er. His sermon topic will be Baptism by Appointment KNOWN AS I r .. .
t
participated Is this discussion. -Pride of Learning the Unitar Information Class 8 pm. In PROF. HUNTERFor j
ian's Achilles Heel lf Dr. Stark Is School All are Invited 400
professor ct economics at the University Everyone Is welcome at Holy the past 33 years I
TRIUMPH CHURCH of Miami. Rev. Sonen and

members of the congregation will A Call If you are sick and
Prince H. Mobley. pastor be in Jacksonville that weekend to PrayerThe worried or in trouble'
Sister S. Daniels, reporter
School of Wisdom ............ lOcOO attending the Florida the annual meeting of World Day of Prayer wtT this is the place to

Evening service ......_ ...... 8:00 Churches Conference(Unitarlan-Unl-of Liberal be held at the Various ChurchftFrid.11. come. Don't stay in the t ;
Y. P. E. Band ...................... 8JO versalist March 4. I .
Tuesday and Friday __ fcOG ) Greater Bethel AME, 245 NW rut. Push back the veil 1 4"I

The Jefferson Club will meet 8th St, Rev. S. A. Cousin pastor of the lack of under I ',.
Everyone Is Invited to come out that evening at 8:15 at the homeof 11 a.m. 3 pjn. 7 pm. and. standing and bad luck*
and Join in with us in our schoolof Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Thayer ". ( .v { ,
Wisdom which began at 10 2555 SW 3rd st pm.First Missionary Baptist that seem to hold you I

o'clock and noonday service. in your track advance .
Church Bunche Park Rev.' J. W.
Then back Sunday afternoon MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. and ts
)Mason pastor. U ajn. and 5 p.m forward the
our young people educational
E. M. help of God. -
Thomas palter'Ph1I1t
band. the Church: of God by Faith,I r
Our service began at 8 pm. Myers reporter 2201 NW 22nd ave, Opa Locks:
which rwe all had a nice time. Sunday School .._.._....,...__. 9:45 Rev H. K. Charles, pastor 11 Your home and everyday
You are invited to come out Morning Worship ........,,. 11:00 am. and 10 life can be made
and join with tic.BROWNSVILLE. B. T. U. .-......_.._.._._ 531 Mt Zion AME pjn.
Church: 22ndave happy. He will show
Evening Worshto ..._........._ 7.-OC and
152nd terrace. Rev. C. J you how to bypass :
BAPTIST Jenkins 10 your
pastor ajn and 8
TRINITY WESLEYAN pxn. enemies and get the

Rev.7749 E. D.N.W.Richardson 49th Street pastor Rev George E. Johnson pastor Gregg Mission AME Church things that God put in the world for you. Let the

Annie Pratt reporter Mrs. Phyllis Andreas, reporter 1643 NW lit court. E. F. Watson, peace of Cod fill your soul, mind and body then the

Sunday School -. ..... .,_. 930 Sunday School rM........,,, 9:00 pastor, 9 ajn. and 10 sea power that is in will be awaken
? LL you and will be
Morning Worship ..,..-.... llrOO Church: of the Nazarene. Rev you
Morning worship ....__..._ 11:00 in
Evening worship --.,-,.,,.., 7:00 Young People's Meeting ...,. 5.-OO: Reddick pastor 4 pxn. and 8 p.m. a higher state of mind and spirit.

ST. PAUL A. M. E. NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCHRev. SUNDAY 10:30 A.M. TO 3 P.M.

MT. HERMON A. M. E. Rev. M. J. Fayson. pastor H. C. Samuels pastor Prof Hunter's office I Is open dally from 10 a .m. U I ,.,...

Rev. Samuel 0.,. pastor 19th St and 4th Court Mrs. Evelyn Granger reporter for readings and consultation.. Cloood all day Wednesday Prof.

Sunday School ..._._.._____. 9JO Sunday School ........ ., ...,., 931: Sunday School .........,._., 930 Is Ikonstd by the State and County as a Roador.
Morning worship ... 1l.1.,1L11._., llrOt: Morning worship ...?_...._... 11:04 Morning service .....,....,,,,,, 11:00
Evening worship ......_.._... 7:00: ACE: League 5:30 BTU.810 Located at 5417 Southwest I7th St., Hollywood, Fla.
Publicity Committee Evening worship ,._....., ,-..,. ? 7:001 I Evening worship -....._._.. ':31 One
mile east of 7th Ave. or Highway 441 Old

This weekend we are anticipating BETHANY BAPTIST GREATER BETHEL A.M.E.Rev. Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remember
another great day !In the the address
5417
field of Christianity. Beginning 3078 N.W. 45th St. S. A. Cousin pastor S.W.17th SL, West Hollywood,
Tuesday night regular clau Rev. Rudy Kealon. pastor Mrs. J.enet'ra1lon.. reporter Florida.

meeting. Wednesday night at 10 Marjorie Shelby reporter Sunday School .............. 940 Blahop Hunter I Is also the of
sun. the North Miami District will Sunday School ,-.., ....-- .._ 930 Morning Worship ......,_,,., 11:00 Zion pastor The Spiritual Temple et
Morning Evening Worship ...____ Inc. same addrtu. Visitors welcome
begin Its District Conference for worsaip 11:00 7:00 every Sunday nlohL.
the two days. BTU 530 730 p.m.
drams worth:* .........., 7:00 Mt. Pleasant Methodist
Prday night will be love feast. .
The Holy Communion trill be administered NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev 2170 Washington Street I ,
Opa Locka '
Sunday at both ser
rite James E. Brown pastor Sunday School ..._____ 930: am
p Bro. Vandell Bovan. reporter Morning worship -...., U aim
Don't forget the sick and shut- Morning Worship .._._ 11:01 Evening service' 73C
ins in your' prayers. Evening Worship ?-........? 7:00B.
T. U .............._..._.._._ 330 MORNING STAR BAPTIST
MT.ZIONA.M.E.
ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E. 514 NW 2rd Street
22nd Ave Corner 152nd St. Rev 1. Clarion, pastor r
Opa LockaRv Rev E. M. Blocker. pastor Sister Sadie Ellis reporter

% C. J. Jenkins pastor Cloe Sweeting, reporter Sunday School ............. 93-0
Sunday School ............. Pin Sunday School .....?......?.,. 930: Morning service ,....-....... 1130
Morning Worship .... ... 11:00: Moraine Worship ______ 11:00 BTU sin
League ----- -- --r$00 ACE.. League ........... 8:00 Evening service .............., 730
Evening-Worship ,:00 Evening Worship .... ......, 7:00 are welcome.



.CRED ART. GREATER NEW BETHEL ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.

EFUL ORCLUELESS I Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor 57th District Convention J. W. Stevenson, pastor

I air*. I2. CoA;.". Cr M. T. Copeland reporter
_
? Morning
WorsbD 11:00 Sunday School ......._.... WO
y Father Robert DtQrandlaly Sunoay Scnool -..............., ,;JY Morning; worship ...........,110
B. T. U.
> Dedeemer Church.., Miami ftjutvenmg Closes SuccessfullyThe BTU 8J8
Worship ..... 1v1 Evening worship 70
Saving seen the lawfulness of

red images and pictures let CORINTH BAPTIST 57th Annual Session of the tor. Director Miller In her very

now consider: the advantage Woman's Ilcrae Missionary and orderly fashion and manner presented
Her. W
benefits to be derived from T. Thomas, pastor
1450 N.W. IINa Street Educational District Convention the youth who demonstrated ; 0wnN
ar use. Poo.. OX 1-4494 auxiliary to the Florida East their ability to be and

Religious art embellishes Coast Baptist Missionary Association assume the role of men, womenof
first; Sunday bcnwoi .w.w.....,.. utMurning :
convened in Ft. Lauder- tcmorrar. Discussion theme ,
house ol God. What can bee worsnapworsaip ltwrLve& :
appropriate! Is it not com- ng 111 dale, Feb. n-21 with the First The Role of Youth In a ChangIng -

dab.e to surround the house, ana successful pastor- Bavtist Church pastored by the Culture and How Adults Can
eminent Rev. J. W. Toomer u Cooperate With Youth In Meeting
[Jesus Christ the church with Come ana near a toeyri preacher
|;urea and statues of Himself host At the helm of this great the Challenges of Tb.

mother and the saints (who WALKER TEMPLE auxiliary is Mrs. A. O. Parker, Change"' was treated In interest.

His truest friends.) Is it not who has for many years very ing manner. Assisting In the

ral for people to, keep before (Church of God in Christ) masterfully presided and has youth program were Mesdames
and likenesses nasal N.W. 0th Terr. brought the conventlcn to its Callie Foster of the YWA; Ber-
the
:n pictures and loved Minister S. aiclntyre reporter noted stand today. nice McCoy and Christine Arm-
?
c.r parents ones
laser J. J. James, pastor, The general theme for the session strcng of Junior Matrons; Eula

deny this inborn Jesus inclination and His Sunday School ......,..-.-., 10:00 was "God's Ambassador at Kitchen and Mattie, Gray of Red

Jen it comes to Noon Service ....-..,,,.,,,.,, 1:01Yl'WW Work in the World T day.- Pre- Circle and representatives from
mdsT Just lock in your wal- UU business session was held Wednesday the crusaders and sunshine band.

and see how many pictures\ livening Service L"W and the outstanding missionaries Tre final reports' financial/

tan there; glance about your of the district, Mesdames and spiritually, showed this to
and enumerate the pictures Lula Moran and Carrie be one of the greatest conventions .",

tie of family and friends. METROPOLITAN AMCRev. Duncan save their reports. Stridesof in the 57 year history of the I I COMMUNITY DRUGS

great were shown by association. All officer were re-
rend; Pictures are useful for J. J. Williams, pastor the progress Public was elected. |I 6780 N.W. ISth A...

kiung. 'A pictures is worth a aunaay bcovo -............. 9141 reports. program
held at
Wednesday evening
-- ---- -
iui-a worc1J.Tha truism ap- Haw
AiucitLg wuteniyav.uuy
Greater New Mt Olive Rev. R.
even to relUion. During the wwaw" ,....,.w..., txu/ ,
11. Lee ENROLL NOW IN
pastor.
d. ages the ignorant and U-
Joint session held Thursday
:.:.a Acre taugnt by means of Zion Hop M. Baptist was
morning with the men and SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
.:'d g-au windows. How many
..:..:sas would have died 11t Rev. Paul Freeman pastorI71U an impressive memorial servicewas
: :t of the Christian faith if N.W. ma si. and ilia. At*. held memoralixing many a Ufa Loaf Prof.salon
17 ted net been enlightened by bunctay School 9;.h great stalwarts 4)f this conveneUon

\\.z' z&, When Augustine the Morning Service li taru ended.whose earthly journeys have Florida' Oldest, Reliable sad Complete School

cf England.: first tt
) c-is appeuc -
_:-:e Ute King, Etbelbert, 13 evening Service 7.-H An was interesting conducted missionary with workshop Mrs. 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998 '

.::e to him the Gospel a (Tuesday night) Susie C. Holley state president
\: > cruc.Lx and a painting oft
serving as dean. Speaker and
Su.aur :were borne before ML Olive Missionary Baptist consultants disseminating valuable
ee t...::Leer, and these images I Mesdames
Information
402 N.W. 2nd Ave. were
more: tenderly to the
eyescj Rosa L. Leonard of Cocoa E. ).t. YOUf
.. Hallantfale, FlerUa OPPORTUNITY AWAITS
words to the ears of his
Rev. Benjamia Franklin pastor Tanner and L. E. Thomas of MI.
( ::1Ce.
Rev. C. X. McClary, reporter ami. Worship services for each
T::":: Dy exhibiting religious Evening Service t fu, session were in charge of Mrs. D. SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

.:: X* in our rtoms homes Suaday ScbeeJ --.caw., ..... tJ' N. Conner of West Palm Death PSYCHIC READER

.a c-urchea we make a silent Miming senile _ HO: and her committee.The .

..:: i eloquent prolcssion ot Evening senriee ...._..-..... 1:00 Educational Demonstra
; 1....J1. borne make it a pracu DTU tOO lion yielded a very liberal sum
for the school at St Augustine,
..' I
ate> exposed a picture otM
reported for this phase of the
and a p.cture of their fav- Overcoming of the Nazarene
.. program was more than $1.500iwhich
.c-.uc.an. A visitor on eat -
12101 S.W. 219th St. only one program's report
h t ::: can immediately tell whal
Goulds Fla. for the school The convention 1s
:.? re..'.QUI belief and
po-
Lawrence Reddlck pastor proud and pleased with the tremendous
: ci* affiliation.F .
Sunday School ....wrw.. 10OC progress and interest in

uith. Holy pictures and Morning worship ......... 11:00 the baby contest between the

.o stimulate us to imitate. the Evangelistic Service .....- LOG northern and southern divisions.In .
uca cf Jesus and the saints.A Frtw Prayer and bible $00>> an elaborate coronation

.; c-naaon is it to see on the Little Irma Lee Lawrence, Baby

;.s cf a teen-ager's room pho- TRINITY C. M. E. Queen of 1839-60 passed her
cJ their favorite singers actC crown to the new Baby queen.

: & : CSMS, athletes, etc. There 2014 N.W. 8th CourtW. Little Sandra Fay Francis tf I.

r is.i w.' un the teenager a dew V. Geary, minister Now Mt Olive, Fort Lauderdale, I.I.

= be eke their heroes andi Church School ............_w. 931 who will rei&n tor 1960-61. Her

I ..::.-- In many, there UAQWa1 Morning worship .,.....caw.. ll.-W: Court princesses will be Little
arises imitation. In the Evening, worship ._-.--.... 1M Arthella Gleen of First Baptist ... atj ,..... of Kifwrleoc pJde.*.. proUt ywi tarowg*

. ;.. sphere the same priDapp.ied. Fort Lauderdale and Joy Michelle Ut. a. a up......... cnidm UK blp &a a......
BETHEL BAPTIST Turner of lieilL Mo-
.
a We imitate in '
_.ie wait we consider a de- riah Miami; court prince will be W11KX trot ;icw FAIL YOU liD MM
Richmond Heights Master Dwight D. Lansing of
.z*: trait in another. When Business And Love
Ccquenuy Rev. 1. R. Raea, Pastor New Hope, Hollywood. I For Success in
gaze at religious
Jean E. seen repertw Soul) stirring sermons were
CONSULT HER -
z;:j appreciate it we imper- Sunday School ............... 9JO given by Rev. J. E. Bryant of -
-. wz bbe a veneration for Morning service .w..ca., 110 West Palm Beach Rev R. M Lee 0 You can now have your home made happyGet
i: p.e represented therein BTU 130 cf Boyntea and Rev. Randolph 0 and Hold the position you so long wanted
>
re.oh
lor their
Almost at every moment vlrtuoos:oft Evening service ..w..w -. 70 Tbomccoa of Miami during the 0 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now

:> tax eye is receiving Imns SALTER'S CHAPEL convention.President' A. O. Parker gave her,I o By the help of God she can help you

.- -ecc.ves- : to every the soul.day thousands Thus the Rev II J. Banseo pastor Friday afternoon the renoned Remove evil influence, U you are sick, worried or In
Ruth Twiggs. reporter annual 1 message. It proved most troubleit
cr
;rcsaioot, good or bad acng Sunday School .....w---. 1.31 challenging, encouraging' and soucitious. -
-- to the character of the 10 call mad w UU Otfud lied!.. FirVtor *
ul
.
Morning wership _11U We feel certain that this 1-7 you
> presented to its gaae. ACE LeagueEvening $30 convention under such great dynamic \ HMNIMUHU com y arly for blp and edrte. you too eaa

) worthy of note that many we .w-....... 7.-00 leadership has taken a be IAMK..... by skis ........ alMan4ou. 1'owe
"3 ana obscene pictures and stand sccoad to none in the state.

,cap* are crowding the ST. PAUL A. M. E. In charge of the youth periodwas WHY GO THROUGH UFE UNHAPPY

4 our youth. These immoral Mrs. C. B. Miller general director pod eta delivered Moee. and ..... cnlldrra of laraH
Mrs. Lee Cray reporterRev. ably assisted by Mrs. Fannie Tne Mine
*=::i are having their toll on M. S. Fayson pastor T. Williams assistant direc- of old .. stun all?.. today and will open a way for JCMI through

r ung queen The rising Sunday Srhoot -.www... 9M tbe troubled seas of Ufe. IM tot him that .. blind lead loa or
of
assertion. How salutary ,,.., ....___._ 9.00 '0. .ttunbl* with blm.Io
League.w. ....
.
.J' oe the effects if these bad Evening Worship ___ 70 J. B. SMITH you doaW the .. ... of flap I<<.... loa cannot
c)
Mere replaced by good IbemT

s.ata'- > pictures of Christ and Matthew Tem.U AMEZ ELECTRICSERVICE What do loa think of tne lavtalbU wavee and enontteUAke bat&

w.,...... Trk" >|JM>ne. Itadlo and Television pomibl.'
'' 1628 N.W. Sth Ave.
Holy pictures and state before. It .. tie ooncalyd..cret, silent la tne
Sunday School .....-w-- nt Electrical Contractor A eeed .prua
c'*:d o&ncentrauon. during Moraia wers<0pBvening ...-..-..-.--. 1t.0f dark earth or womb of....... THKIIK ID AN -UNHKKM
We
aU need material ob- worehlp -w........ 71 HOUSEWIRING"Don't
U remind us of spiritual rowm-

,*} The love of husband for ST. FRANCIS XAVIER cuss Call u." Therefore, acquaint yourself '

. u indicated by the giving ofziLng PHONE OX 1-3625 with the one who Is an r..II
;: The love of Wtb Terr.
ring V W 4th Ave and .
0 tJf man is wonderfully Phone FR B-1U4 Night or Day authority. Whoa private 3 t
-::-cd in pictures and statues MASSES consultation will evolve you

.,-- :*. y of ha painful death and Daily ..... ........ -..----.. 3 LID to a higher .tat. of mind.
r -&3 Few sermons on the Sunday 7 ajn. it JO ajn

of Jesus have ever evoked All Information is

t- :-tfelt love and salutary NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
.:' ns as have been produc- Strictly Confidential
W 88th Terrace
N
5 :c silent spectacle of OW'tlaoinc 1371
J on the cross.u Rev' Ernest Williams pastorI. RVPTURE.EASERw OffUe liMn.a ....
B. Brown reportar
fiandayt 10 a.**. to 1 p-nv '"
a hippy fact to relate thai Sunday School ..w------ f-3

-, d.ssenters have done an Morning worship ---- 11:00 Don't Writ*-Call In Person

-' face and admit the merit BTU -.-...,..-.---..- 1:10 .. t" ....
va,ae cf using sacred art in Evening- worship ....... 1:00I DAILY HKADIKO ".00 UP _

a"empt to know, love and 5495 ..:.
.e God May the day: soon New Testament, Nazarene --= 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
1 when all peoples of the I a ...a s. --- ......... ..rwre
I 3 School .. .... ._- 10:00 -.
w;j join with Christians :nTirg Sunday ? +-- MADAM HUNTER
the same sacred pica Morning worship .._ 11:01 ... --=
: and Service ._.-... L-oG C > .... .am.. ..*.
r-t utues. Evangelistic: N.W. lit Court __*_-i -.. ..... ..... eI ....... 16S7 N.W. 73r. St., Miami
: more information about 164 I sew. .-ro... r+l.--- ......
: **i subject write to: In- Lawrence Reddick. pastorMatella HARLIM DRUG CO.

. a n Ilex 47-757, Miami VTedv -Prayer Rwldlck.and Bible auo _Late 10 1400 N.W. trd Ava* Miami, Fla.






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the Church of God Temple, NW Funeral services will be conduct
MIAMI TIMES .1A>V1I. FLORIDA 3rd ave. between 17th and 19th ed at Mt Zion Baptist Church on

sts. Elder Claude Cohen will of* March 5 at 10 am. Her. Edward
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH s, 1960 DEATHS fliciate. Burial will be held in' Graham ,will officiate.

Evergreen Cemetery.
I Willie Johnson of 1S991 NW

I CARD OF THANK Card of AppreciationThe I Kange Elder Charles Walker of 1879 159th st. Road died at his residence
NW 70th it. died at Veteran's on March 1. Funeral arrangements

family of the late I The family cf the late Mrs. Coreian Ferrell of 330)) Administration Hospital on Feb. are Incomplete.
DEACON GEORGE 11AYWOOD MR. JAMES McLVTOSH NW 62nd st, died in Jacksoi 28. Elder Walker was a retired
of Eastman, Ga. wbo passed 14140 NW 23rd place Opa Locks Memorial Hospital> Feb. 20. Six railroad fireman and pestered
away February 20 In the Veter who departed this life Jan. is survived by her husband, Ed here In the Miami area for many Monroe 'Music House
ans' Hospital, Dublin Ga.. wish 14, wish to express our heartfelt ward Fcrrell Sr. a daughter, years. He is survived by his
to express our appreciation for thanks to our friends and neighbors Mrs. Katherine Hartley a son, widow, Lute a stepson and stepdaughter 936 NW 3rd AreApt
your fund thoughts of sympathy for their kind deeds during toward FerreU Jr. a sister and and one brother. Fun- FR 4-8904 Miami
which have comforted and sustaufed -i our bereavement Special thanks I brother, 8 grand children and 1great eral will be conducted at the Writer of "Rock of Ages"
us by the devote arms of u the Ranges and Rev. P. D. granochildren. Chapel services Church cf God Temple at NW Get your sheet and record ot
consolation.immasline. Brantley for services rendered. well be conducted OP Sat 3rd ave. on March 5 at 1230 this favorite number also "Look
Haywocd. wife Mrs. Geneva McIntosh, wife unsay, March: 5 at 10 ajn. Rex, pm. Elder Isaac Cohen will of at the People." Easter music now
James Haywood, brother Mr. Ed. Mclntosh. father Slanneld will officiate. Duels ficiate. Burial will be held In'I available.
Carrie White, sister Miami. Brothers and Sisters *ii. be held at Evergreen Cane Evergreen. lie will be on view at
Emmett Haywood son tcory. the church beginning at 7 aon.

Fannie JL Golden, daughter, IN MEMORiAM I 'I Saturday. Election Contested

Tallahassee Willie Akins of 15900 NW 19tsve
Hattie Mae Lockett niece In memory of our dear daughter died at his residence Saturday -: The political pot in Nassau
aDd mother February 27 His survivors -:1:1I continues to bell. Bert Cambridge
MBS. MARY JOHNSON include four daughters. Mesdames and Guapar Weir hay
Expression of ThanksThe JOYCE Mary Franklin, Muric. ] been selected to run In the bye
who departed this life March tOdd ,, Broad, tlizabeth Mungeon and I election In the Southern District
famjy of the iaie Helen }'r nklin; a son, TintothAkins :I en a UBP ticket for the new seat
MA TrtOMAS WIUUAMS Gvi. but at fergetten. W.ove 18 grandchildren. Tuner In the House of Assembly. OrU
5441 S.W i&ia: cur Neat K.uwoe4 .- you bat Ged loves you best at services wiii be conducted OIJ land Bcde will run as an independent
wiw .;M street tai ..... Mr Edith JMaIon. motherS I March 5 at 1 pm. at Mt ZloiMetAodut ] I r candidate. Mr. Cam
on i eut..w U .aa ss exptos .rmfe E Joyce daughter I Church. Bevy C. J bridge Is a well known musician.
our hasttle.t ::.a.a.u ;,o oe : ?sari I Free A J.a&soe, son Jenkins will ofliciaie. He will 11. lie was a former member of the
frieires IM: sKse sas fee ttrrdeers -I ta ramose at the church a1 Asumbly, but was defeated lathe
eC kwsesra,g a::I IN MEMORIAM 8 a.m. on Saturday, and will remain general election in 1956.1LImiii .
tours e4 seervet 3 :alM&.U .1 I there until funeral time
tee --ilEH6 Mssxary ass tturul Mill be in Evergreen. I - -
I la tBffI'':Cf)' of our darling hus
RMrs. _a
I )and orj::e? and father.
Fra B. Wtams, wile Littleton McCray. of 783 Nst \\
Mrs Fete M44x. 4 6815 .. died at his home 01
daughterMrs. t > Feb. 27. die is survived by hi
..'''
Dorothy Scipio, utter ,; widow. Mrs Eugenia McCray :

aunts, Mrs Alberta Frierson an(
r. II Mrs Mary Williams. Funeral wi
CARD OF THANKSWe .t be held on Maoh 5 at 4 pin. sIN
i .
the family of the la"I- I :' t --- -
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OLIVIA PLEASURE o t...... c-w
wish to express our many thanks MEMORIAMIn John Henry Bra n of 6820 ou h.Mv UK bw s. M

ana apsr't-cniton to our many NW 15th ave.. died in Jackson
do ?
friends, neighbors, *ho First loving remembrance of ou r Hospital 1 cn Feb. 28. lie will be How much yoo cam
Baptist Chuico, pastor Deacon dear mother and grandmother remembered as the bartender at Really Want to chant that ft
Board, choir: usher board and Shaddie's Tavern for a numberof could very well be that your pay b
numbers, the Independent Life of Survivors are his foster 25 pet cent greater than the amooat
.luuiance Co, Range Funeral J sister and brother Mrs. yoo gave to the questloa above.
Home, Daughters of Pall Bearers ... ":. .' liable 1. Daniels and Shaddfe Pay today It a pad.,.. Yon prob-
Brownsville Drug Store : .. ;4,," Ward. Chapel services will be ably think of pay as your wag or
ju.reive No. 29 Chapter OES: conducted On March 5 at 4 p.m.
Carver No. 103 Chapter OES and ., Rev S. Gay will officiate Burl salary given to you oa payday. This

I*lends of Dolhan, Ala. for services L J. I' a) will be in Lincoln Cemetery type of IhWJDa nay prove a 4a!'
rendered during our be- ( advantage to you. You may make amltfils
teavement. I _bea yon figure the moory
Toe Pleasure Family James Reginald Oxendine of wise of your Job and compare kwltb
f' 1291 NW SSth tern, died In aaotbcr Job offer.
Jackson Hospital I on March 1. A
America: Industry spends aa avtr-
native of Corapolus, Pas he will
FRANK SHAW
CARD OF THANKS age of S9SO a year per worker la
be remembered by of the
who d.. sited this life rebruarj' ; many
indirect Items hkh doa\show
:8, 1958. tlj younger set cf Miami, having pay-
We. the family of the late Dearest father thou hast left ui,. rAN'N'IE lived here and attending the n your pay envelope
Here thy ku we deeply feel Booker T Washington High When comparing Job prices flgora
-." But tis God that hast bereft us School daring the early 40's.Following these common Indirect pay devices:
ft He can all our sorrows heal. hU graduattion bun coda! Mcurfey payments; uaemploym -
ToUie Shaw:: wife the University of Pittsburgh in .oi Insurance; bonuses health aaauranca .
1950. he was employed by the
Lrmmie Shaw, son
J. and life Insurance paid holidays
3J. ;
cona Pace: daughter U S Government in the field of
Letha Shaw daughter science He was stricken several ; vacatkmt; medical cafeteria,
.,. j Henry Shaw, IOn y months ago while he : Louise' Woods daughterllattle pkyed at tne Wrlght-Patterson ; discounts on products or' services ..
\ Johnson, sister Air Force Base of Barton. Ohion ; pensions; profit sharing; stock
Rosalie Hodges, sister the capacity of Research Physicist ..options thrift pUas. .
..i Grand children and I RICHARDS He was a member of the
s
StepdaughterIN who departed this life March, 10 Alpha Phi AUu fraternity, the
1945. Elks and the Bethel Baptist
Yet hath one such exalted hour Church His survivors Include his Your Vote is Needed
MEMORIAMIn
Upon the soul redeeming power, widow. Ruby lour children., his I
And in its strength through after mother. Mrs. Helen Oxendine
End but loving memory a r Junes, stepfather. Sam Jones.> Register Today! .

cur dear son and brother, We travdays r appointed ways. I __ -
Mrs Marie imam, daughter -

I Mrs Montell Roker, daughterMrs '
Mae, Perry, daughterMrs. t s
tliiff Rose ),I. Pytrom i
,. Mubley, granddaughterIN .

MEMORIAMIn '. .7/NV11 MH-hv #qrM/ alai /M.N Ir1


MRS. BLANCHE LAURIEour .).I.;.t.rti' I sad but loving memory of. :-

mother and grandmother, ... \..., '.,.-.- :-.
who de;rted this life Feb. 24, .., -
1960 in Key West wish to ex- .
press our sincere and heartfelt I&' ... ...' 1'.: .
.
\ '
thanks to our many friends both ',...,, 1
In Key West and Miami and 't. .
I h,1ssi.
other points for their thoughtfulness I
and many acts of kindnessin I III j Ij I I ..'
i'
..
our bitter moment of bereavement LtSTUt C ALSCJIT FuaMol D rto

,i Special thanks to the .1 I tail N W IS* A..w OX I7UITHE
Kuhcan and Johnson Funeral ..
McCall of St. James 4
Rev.
Home, - --
Baptist C hunch. Rev. Blooper of 'k ,.
Zion AME Church and Rev .. ,
Richmond. pastor of Trinity
I Presbyterian Church of which l
she was a member. Added I
thanks to the staff of Monrce CAMPBELLBubber" MOSS
General Hospital, Pallbearers No. who, passed; away on March, 6,
15 and Circle No.1. her fraternal 1957 ,
t $
orders, for their ritualistic May he rest in peace and may / ..'
ceremonies all kind friends fer lifht( perpetual shine upon him. i
'n their: many fwnvibutions of Mrs. Dollie Moss, mother
cards florals telegrams cart'' Campbell Moss, Sr. father I 1
J 1 srtt
and prayers.rRest Mrs. Mae BeU Moss.twin
w sister
t rest to the weary Eugene Moss son I
f" Peace peace the soul Tyrone Williams, nephew IIE.tiRY'PIERCE

She leaves to mourn her Iou:. who departed this life March 3 ..... .... r.r./ ,

Samuel Laurie, husband; Ver- 1959. A a I. ,, !" I 'rv _ .
Victoria Lau- I cannot say and will not say
Hell Laurie Smith, MIAMI TIMES ADS
rie Russell daughters; Victor i i That he Is dead. Ism sew. ttii. A t'Delll1AXl..n.oaJDA rs.s os tsar a irsasow
Alfonso Laurie brothers; DONTCOST He is Just away.

Laurie 10 grandchildren; .9. great grandchildren THEY PAY!It Think of him still as the sanv i .d A...........0.... ear ..... ......... ..........w da
.9. nieces; 3 nephews, a hay.
; He U not dead he is Just away
and I
relative
J how other I t Call OX 1-0421 TODAY! Rosalie Pierce wife





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The South Brcmrd Progressive NOTICEMrs. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
Club will meet Wednesday,
toward March 9 at the home of J. Larri- Hcrtense JenktaaX wellknrrjrn SATURDAY MARCH 5 1960 PAGE 13
,
more In West Hollywood.Mrs. and favorite beautician of

Dade County has recently Join- .
County Daisy! White of 5211 SW the staff of Spry's Beauty Salon
Newsy 19th st, was the winner cf the as an operator. Mrs. Jenkins Ins North Dade High PTA Jto |
I trig to Nassau given by St. Ann's vites all of her patrons and .
111 iscopal Church of. HaUandale. friends to visit with her. ,
We sincerely hope she enjoys the Spry's Beauty Salon March on Friday I
trip. 1403 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Waftae B... ; -
FR 4-591) The PTA of North Dade High help a little and when the
-- To all home owners and renters School will go on the March on little help Is put together-The.
of Carver Ranches I am South Africa Friday evening March 4 between band will have a big result.
The Starlight Lode No. 542, thinking! of myself and of you the hours cf 7 and 9
will meet Friday March 4 at the All who live In this community Boycott BeginsA o'clock. The effort will be similar -
Masonic Temple on Pembroke Rd.'g I we need a new fire truck as to boycott of South African to the March of Dimes but
at 8 P- n. All members are askedto help! save our homes and proper, fruit and ether Imports to protest will have as Its goal the raising Fine ArtsConservatory
be present Clarence Johnson'' ty rhen we are awn from our South Africa's race policies of funds for the brand new band
W JI.; Iliraro Ash secretary hones or at wort. Well feel good <**ned quietly Wednesday thru- uniforms recently ordered for
I, to know that we have done out out Britain. the school. Quite a large numberof 5770 N .W. 15th Ave.

The C. W. IL Chamber of part to protect our homes and 4 The boycott, planned to lat a teams, accompanied by a uniformed
Commerce will meet Monday' human life. I feel that 1.00 each month. Is backed by the Labor band member and parents Tot'a Town, Richmond Hta.
March 7 at Carver Lounge Motelat month per perm would solve Party and ether bodies as a are asking all of the residents of
830 pjn. All members are our problems. Let us stop fooling "moral feature" to support native the Opa Locka area to let their OFFERS
asked to be present. J. T. Dunn ourselves and do something about groups contesting South Af perch lights burn between the The finest teaching at
It. U anyone has any suggestion rica's white policies. above hours to welcome these
supremacy
presidentMrs.
for the benefit of our community The campaign was launched: teams It is understood that any the lowest pricesIN
please let me know and let's du with parades and meetings' In' donation that can be made willhJlIl
Idella Knowles of Hyde
Park. West Hollywood left last something about It London and many ether towns, be ,. appreciated after Music Art Dance Drama
weekend for Pensacola as a delegate Ellis King but the organizers did not claim all North Dade Is your schooL
to the Parent-Teacher con- 4800 SW 17th St any widerread Initial runes for The March For Uniforms h Registration on Saturday
the directly' under the sponsorship of
boycott itself. Retailers
reported March 5 1960
vention.
business as usual the North Dade PTA Band ,
Special' election will be held it. Uniform Committee cf which .
During the last service of the the South Brrr -and Hospital District New Mrs. Barnes is chairman. She is tO a.m. 2 p.m.
Woman's Day observance at on March 18. for the 14.000- Babies and proprietor of the Barnes Beau

Ebenezer Baptist Church Sunday 000 Hospital Referendum<< Demo Mothers FetedOn ty Salon on NW 22nd ave. andis
night Miss Heath of HaUandale. natkOrIanluuon of South working hard to make the-
was crowned Miss Ebenezer' for Broward. Clavton W Smith Sunday Feb. 28. three new March a $tK"C'f'M. James Henry
1960 for her achievements. Miss president. babies and their motherswere :McCall is band director.
Heath delivered a fine address. feted at a past-shower sponsor The general' public may view
- ed' by the pianist-dIJ'flctf'f'a: and these beautiful uniforms between
'
members of choir No. 2 of the 8 and 7 o'clock on Friday evening
Church of Cod of Prophecy, located ( just before the March' be
at NW 17th st and 5th ct gins. The band will parade along
The honored babies and mother several' thoroughfares In the area.
7 were Mrs Diamond Alexander TOcmber Everyone can
C and little Jacqueline Alexan
dor Mrs Dorothy Cox Hannah ---- Near 54th St.

1I and little Rufus C. Hannah and Installation at $495 Down
Mrs Agnes Hepburn' Thomas and
little Reginald Wayne Thomas, Mt. SinaiThe Neat and clean bedroom,

born Dec 26. 1W9. one bath home on large lot.
The affair was held at the Mt Sinai Baptist Church furnished.
home of the dlrrctres Mrs Al- Sunday: School It having Its In- Completely Pay
.I bertha ft*** R 1Jf'. 216O NW 'tlat! on ', f officers on Tuesday" only $80 month. One mortOrchard -
r+ ISlst .t and Ftanche Park Drive. vmtnc. March 8 at the church .ac.
A delicious repast was served. 1419 NW 5th ptoce. Activities -
The menu being baked ham and .1': begin at 8 pm. and the gen VillTTrue
potato salad rehhe! nuts and f'ra'ub1C'' M invited. You are
WANTED I FOR RENT chips and hrvne made cake ..*tthtee Invll.to attend and enjoy) a Luxury
crrfn, soft drink and mints. verb tine fmftrram. Sis. L. E.Thnm. .
Experienced beauty 933 operator.Via's NW 2nd, 1 NICE Bedroom house. Four Ata among the Med was twife .. t. tendent of the bedroom, 2 bath, 100 ft.
Shcci.
Call Beauty FR 9-9359 I'L 9-43&S. rooms bath. tight water, fur- .if our patter. Mrs. Charles s. S and Rev S. A. Thomas .is corner. Completely fur
ave or nihcd. $1650 per week also f Marker whose baby's arrivalit ,ni r IIf the church. niah d. Fenced yard, fruit
H duplex Leaa by month. 2260 yet "fkllft.l. An enjoyable
REWARDFor Move to quality.
$10.00 trees.
NW 64th at. Phone MU 1-5740 time TMM had by all present andthe LEGAL NOTICE up
the return cf black wal- gifts received, by the babies $5,000 down.
UNDER
FICTITIOUS
NOTICE
Met loot Tuesday night near NW were det|.htfully beautiful --:% ---
NICE ROOM tarnlthed. Located Also present, alone{ with the NAME LAW
tSth ave. and 68th st. No questions Stevens
a/lced. John J. Richardson NICE ROOM. Nk couple want choir members. were the parentsnt Notice i!' hereby given that the Near
2275 NW 73rd It. Call OX ?Wk'rEgnrd. desiring to enrage
ed. the dll'C"C'tl't'Sl." Rev and Mrs. $495 Down
1424 W. 23rd at., lUaleah.
.. under the ftetltio(
bU.l.
Williams. n M
phone TU 8-a3SL 15233. Mrs. R M G:Ibrrt of 1831 NW Sib ct nme < f PRINCE SUPER MAR. Gorgeous 1 bedroom home.

K KT. 1 ATTENTION Fla. intend to ....1.1..? yard. Neat and clean. $75

The lady avho asked could ahehelp FOR SALE MARCH SPECIAL 'He Mid name with the Clerk oft month. Let us show you
of Dade
r Circuit Court County.
me on the bus 14 at NESeth for FREE Scalp Treatment and this.
it. and 4th ave on Feb.>> 18 RICE REDUCED $2.000. Five FlaW .. _
[,.brew Arch J Prince Owner --: -- --
as the bus pulled oft and left me, room houe plus 2 efficiencies, -
,...n During' each weekend lit March March 5 12. 19. 28
please call OX 1-254, Mrs. furniafeed A money maker. 1044 Orchard Villa
Jakes I handed her a white and NW 64th at KLIP AND CURL
Make
lot. 59 105.
Corner
blue: bag, My address Is 6034 NW I BEAUTY SALON x
21st ave, Lute Mae Hodge. Located SPIRITUAL HELP offer.
furnished.
NICE CBS home,
844 N.W. 3rd Ave.
-. "' '"- -
7600 NW 12th tve. can If 1M desire to be blessed : :: -- =-

FOR RENT PL 4-0786 I FR 1.3215Straighten write Mm naa. Send three dollar CASH FOR YOUR LOTBRIGHT

Heine' need = .....
upset moneyncwtics =::;. -zs- ::;;; ;a
SIT PER WEEK furnished or A 2-STOKY HOME fer a pro- removed health regain REALTYPL
unfurnished 1 and 2 bedroom fe*-<.onl person 1299 NW 55th e ed
apta. 834 NW 70th st TU 5-1 TIS, st 2 bedroom and 2 kitchens.Reasonable. Help in 24 hour Blowings. write 7.8456 283 NW 79th St.
evenings NA 1-6933. Xndf him now Btehop Baker. ,
E 3912 Prosiest Avenue

.... .. ..
HOUSE Cleveland. Ohio -4'41" -po
Unfurnished. Call NE HOUSE on business let with
4-9925. ask for Mrs. Jordan free ...ar.:2nd avenue, tamer ------ --- -

3090! NW Slat terrace. I IFUJt 7-4592.No cash needed to buy TU !

ti ROOM In a quiet.r1yate
Woul like to earn $1,000 more this
home. Phone after six you
SEE 1530 NW 55th SL. 2 beds A
pen Rainbow Park area, Opa. nxn CBS he..*.. tile reef and ?
..
u cka MU 8-0930. year
fenced Ill terrific location
c1.eQ school and buses. your hairat
3 ROOMS, tile bath and kitchen, I BECOME A

porch, big yard tInt floor. Kot1 LARGE (Servel) refrigerator" HOME In one
project NA 1-9407 or NA ( aIM four burner range I
gall application
I
11897ROOM
( ;u.. both clean and in good easy Graduate
condition Suitable& for a restaurant Now your e.. ..... ...,"... Nightingale
for rent or furnished ...y.te-etI. ..u.IMbalr
or bcrain.ss pUce' at a sacrifice ..ea, ,
O+se NA 19640. ., WQa't beck mar ill
and leak
price Drop by *** vbolUt
bunid w..tb.ei ....1-0- EARN JOB PRESTIGE
,
them over. 1730 NW 3rd ave. or betk 0
SPACIOUS' 4UocUo, Bio y-
Audltarium avall- call FR 1-7240 and ask for follow
M>** for church use, phone OX MACK pana'ill ...ry pecb w EARN MORE MONEY
1-0:3 J. I SILKY STRATE

NEW DUPLEX Tile kitchens and OLNTLE., REGULAR *r*(* EARN JOB SECURITY

BEAUTIFUL apartment, newly Florida room OUNCE Ut
bathe, garage It6 TWO J25
decorated. Large rooms, many 1030.32 NW 55th It. PL 8-3394 ..** ......aa..rc. FREE LIFE TIME EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
closets, nice UWB. Adults only 1e gew U tt.11o<..r4 1M

1321 NW 51th terrace. ROOM in the heart of Liberty AT AtL COSUETIC COUHnuNEED ENROLL NOW

City 1529 NW 67th It
IN
LIBERTY CITY.
Efficiency
N"t Private. $17.50 we kly. utili- For Physicians Assistant Training

ties included. Respectable adults FOR

.Ofty D .S. Ins NW 68th terr. PLLOVELY MONEY STARTING MARCH 21


EASTER? Classes Limited in Number-Air Conditioned
HOUSE with two bed
*** *, norida you'll ClaaaroomaNIGHTINGALE
room plus ear If atari selling AVON COSMETICS now
Date you
with
beautiful landscaping.
In the heart of Edison Center. have time to earn the money you need to outfit your

$.* it at 1027 NW 66th st. It is family for Easier COLLEGEJ
I real place
for quiet and comfon..b1e -

ihrinf. ,Adulda only. 40% COMMISSIONCALL
Wuat
be experienced ta taking

(_"Ire of a good home. PL 1-0782. MRS. HARRIS FR 1.6408 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3-1675

ROOM to the heart of Liberty A1I

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The Penny Savings Is owned
MIAMI FLORIDA
TIMES and controlled by colored !people.It .

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 196QBy In-Around The Bahamas I has Market a staff Street of seven South.Is locatedon It Is

now erecting an eastern branch
on Wulff Road opposite the Gym
.. .., .,.,. .. .. By A. H. McKENZIE Tennis Club. This will be
: m. : ::;;;;!;Ji a mod
; :
: ; ..
...
; :: ". .. ;.'.:;:,:,:::.::,.:! ern two-story building. The management
I Vandals struck for the third Wilfred Glass one son, Mr. Albert Intends soon to launch
time at the Eleuthera airstrip Smith 22 grandchildren and another housing project or low
and dumped a station wagon 33 treat-grandchlldren and oth- Income families.

';' r owned by Carlisle Albury into' er relatives. She eras a native of
::/ Town" Ezu n Harold DeGrnjory won the
: :: the sea Sunday night, Feb. 14. George ,
Mrs. Glass and Mr. Smith and Grand Bahama-BiminI election
Mr. Albury has the contract to
.. :. .m. 5 transport; passengers and carjo Albert Jr. who live la Liberty on Feb. 23 by five rotes. The
In Nassau to attend PLP will I lodge a protest with the!
overland to the dock and by boatto City, were
-
"a il the Haftx airstrip bland.opened The In night Decemberthe after the funeral. r_ I Supreme rejected.Court The on the final 143 count ballots

'Jf ijt showed, DeGregorjr 238 Levar-
,
: i; first wagon was dumpel Intoa The small wooden house on :
j creek and was destroyed. Since Hay Street, owned by Horace Ity In 231, Rcberts 200. Williams 58.
< a previous count the votes
<:, then the glass of his truck was Delerrippe :was completely destroyed wereff
264
by fire on the night of Levarlty ; DeGregory
smashed, and another fcragon and Williams
238 72.
The PLP
pulled to the edge of the sea. Feb. e. and other homes nearby
will have to
A. W. COOKII lodge protest within
were damaged slightly. The price
Some of the people at the Bluff 21 days after the election writ is
his Leola
dont )know if I posses the Start cooking dinner. Put on are said to be dissatisfied with was occupied by sister Issued.
Delerrippe who able to
clean clothes. Brush your the contract, and although the was savea The election
nobility necessary to speak concerning some few was belly con
her
this rising generation la teeth. Comb your hair. Prepare Commissioner at Harbor Lsland of belonging I tested. Early that morning supporters .

completeness. I was born a few for the evening home cooking. negotiated some changes which The Peoples of the PLP and UBP had
Penny
Savings,
Relax! family to- them of business a fisticuff. Sometime later
father your the
days aw. I graduated from col* gave some Banks A. a
Limited. McKinney.1
lre only yesterday, and from gether. Don't begin! eating until there Is still quite a bit of "bid president and lien UBP member was kicked In the
,
all present and accounted' for. blood" The CID Is manager openedits pants.
Melt schcol Just the day before.I are Thank Him Investigating doors In November, 1932. One
Ask God's blessings.
wa a member of the hoodlum year later the total assets
Pie' Chi Fraternity I am also amcrnher I for His renerosltv. Read a book. Anna Martin twas admitted to 4720760. tn last November were the
None hon Read fifteen Million Negroesand the Princess Margaret Hospital
of tfon Chi
Institution reported (total atssets CORE Need
Dollars. You
Billion
orrle y. I rradunted with cuts Fifteen on February 13, suffering from of I474.26UO 7.401
from the ichnol of Read the Bible. Discuss your gunshot wounds. She Is rnprovinj. ; savings accounts Join
snot bru! et findings with the family. Kneel and that It had paid more today and be
Thnrt. I did mv Internship at A man has been detained by
Det'rqu nt Iflfh. I returned to pray. Now ret In bed and enJoy the Criminal Investigation Department than depositors.$3,454 Interests for the year Free TomorrowHighland

home b.tt rould not And a Job the oleasant feeling of cleanliness for shooting her. .
Sleep' Sleep! The Lord 's
s, I deddM tn do further studyIn
th* street where I recelred my with you. Let his rod and staff Bernard Gomez, charged with

masters oVrree I started workIn'1 comfort you. armed robbery on Feb. 18, was 4.tOtS Free Consultation
on mY doctors defree on the How are you! Good morning. remanded to custody unW Feb.
corner. I tran'ferred from place You were only dreaming. There r 22. Armed with a rifle, Gomez SOUTHERN CLINICUriDal'J'
to rlace." birber shops, poolrooms are no Juvenile delinquents hopeless ;' robbed Bertha Sweeting of S2.SO
and Chronic Diseases
and lost There hope.lessly
are no
etc. I ended iro at the and threatened her at a shop oa
lost hoodlums who
boys fhool ft nhllosoohy. tam.. cannot Blue lull Road. Htur 10.4 Z47 CORAL WAY
be reformed There bad
I are no
ii world traYf"n,!'. bv war of,
DOTS that cannot be helped "i
YoMth Hell Kendall Belle''ad*. Mrs. Elizabeth Carroll, B3, of Ev* by Apt. (Near 27th Av*.)
believe for that
Luke OVeerhnH. Ocala. Marl] everyone goes Young Street, died at the Princess
astray someone' win come to Cl*..4 Wto But No. 4 t* door
on* t+d Ralfrrd' and was a Margaret Hospital on Feb.
show' the I believe above
candidate! for Sine and Aka-I way. ,,17. Funeral services, which were I
the storm the smallest
trat. still be heard." prayerwin .|t held at Salem Baptist Church
I otf+n't know If Im qualified These are God's children. May I Friday afternoon were very I
to rn k on vmith deflHenev. I largely attended. Mrs. Carroll Is
God bless' cousins and
you may
a""n hr t testlfr. however' that
our religion" not only prepare us survived' by four daughters, Mrs.
.
fvr such a life at mine Ira to die, but show or at least tell Wllga Sturm, Mrs. Xrma Burrows -
rod to b*> alive. You know us how to live. \ Mrs. Adrana Moncur, Mrs. YALE S. LUNIN CLINIC
tnm..nrtY up there must like me.

If I am qualified to tr>eik ai Hours 10 sum. 1 p.m.
retards tn our green children's
*hort-Tnfnrt.' I would say Wake ; ;
UTJ! Wak not' you're only having ; ;; Evenings 5 p.m. 8 p.nu-Closed Tuesday

; a nl' Vnnre. In a sense there.
are nn Tleatnfks! !If you dont Take bus No. 14
wear th.,n van evidently, don't

have thf-n. In a sere there are 2237 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-1801
ni ho wit'"", these are only
y unr ramkf who need a head-
........ on their atnlrln, tablets.

There are no bad boys the .
lea nt DHIngen Baby J"af".nn. .. .
::!.... ---- -- -
*. and Al Capone, are -- -
jf* ne. AU that Is ,Mt Is some mixed :1UWI' RUPTURE
ii .. PILES PROSTATE
kldt.'
up They have Just
1Jc;;
.
.v't"' ,t "
mourh learning' ; to mike them e 't:1Stl.f.S)1 "'a Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins
rtanrermis thfrtf.' All (
It! feme fired' underaged.that imma-It left FREE: : RUG Effective, p."I.. ... "."'Iurg.cal. Mice treatments at low ...Itft. -

ture youths.Iinlc lees time. ., 'Income. Avoid surgery and hocplullutlen. Why

JIP ".J8 :aV A)8": T.. p1.ox ffmts wear trtiMf Why suffer delay. and get worse?
around vou. Look at those CM.J.U.*....&. Pr..
-eal1ed delinquent children CONSULTATION FREE
.
-
Ersm'ne them *nd I believe -- ------ ---- Special. .
you medication, treatment dleU. for arthritic. neuritis. ul-
will! And that theY are not bad.
Thev are hunrrv They are hun- c.,.. blood preeurc, I."ue.. anemia' loot vigor' chronic' dl......

try for not only the bile needs of flIT, of men and .."' .... I

man f.rtlcn but rornpanlonsht al.o for attention? and love.af- DR. LONG'S CLINIC RIDUCING. I

You know, we all want to be 21 $.W. 13th Awe, FR 1>CT4S A General Health Service.
Included' In this drama of life. I

Thor unfledged citizens art* --
at>artm. it number such and

a-h med of their parents, t b _
Bar Hens and Roosters they are

hamed apartment of their number so-called such home.and ear e Central! Life Insurance Co.

turh. They are" ashamed' of their

community characteristics and some of the IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
of
some of the
members of their race. CONSIDERATION THEIR

When ycu see them In groups
going down the streets, they are" New Family Group PlanFather
net looking for something t3 '
steal they are in search of per-
Mother Children-All Under One Premium
,
It nil freedom a place la the a4/Kadi
sun or something to make their New-borns Automatically Insured at Birth
souls feel Its worth, a thrill of
hope. r AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM .

Are you truly Interested In Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount
helping your children What PLASTIC COVERS
I secrifice would you make for the From

advancement of your race?

Would you be willing to atop ,.,...,..1It pr.cec$.% 1a fum- taw 52,000.00 fo $50,000.00The
walking"distant' relatives.In the footsteps of ur.I 'Pr lYe eths .. hkInI hi ...,.,. I'M ..... ,


Think for yourself.' Stop>> toJ- *> G1os .Cl.a, Ivtnl coupe Dure- M.Ui .9 DUST. Company Also Offers Other Attractive And
lowing the crowds. While In fur
society the majority rules the piottic MO H.IROOF.AU. RGY DIRT. Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs

majority Is almost always wrong; Cu tor.-firtd bi >yur f hem HOC, NON-inA. *rreblat

according to the Bible. i I 5. .. Was h (b sth Ui N d.er..rah. the .
.f Help rcurself and you help Mate1wt5.nd I Wwb.nr+shlpl "typo .4 a cteth

.. ..... your kin folks. Feed your children Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office
buy them decent clothes to b.div4Am1 pI.ue .....w V siPO sd with II
I wear.' Provide them with clean eft vnt Yc>vdlnp .4 QIItWonI 1416 N. Boulevard Tampa Fla.
If ;I surroundings. Give them not ,
r' only attention and love but also

rood sheller. Sweep your house. Call Now PL 1-5841 OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
Wash your dUhes. Wash your
clothes. Pick the clothes up ff MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH

,. the floor. Put clean sheets on 176 N.W. 14th St. 602 N.
the beds. Get up. cook breakfast 761 M.E. 79lh St. Evening WI/ 7-0895 Rosemary Ave.
dress for schroL
jo help your kids FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE

Give your kid lunch money, or 700 N.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighth SLMiAMi
t a lunch. Fee them off to school NICHOLAS Plasticovers
Show some Interest In them.

Rake the yard, pick up the beer
6 cans and the whiskey, bottles.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

FEC Baptists Give Florida SOCIAL SECURITY I II SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1960 PACE .18


... . .e I
Jake Announces Angeles Rams; Rip Lade, Pennsylvania
Normal College $11,960St State Unleraity; Frank

Coaching Clinic Howard Clemson College' Bill
..,
Peterson Florida State University
Augustine The Florida ----.. i Tallahassee Coach Jake ; Frank
East Coast Baptist Association Gaither of Florida A and M College sits, and Ray Graves of the University
gave Fla. Normal and Industrial PHIL OSSOFER has Invited seven head of Florida.
Memorial College $11,90.7 during SAYS Bring Proofs When football coaches including the Clinic director Gaither said
which : "Coach of the Year Floyd "Ben release the
its annual meeting wm that he would names
held this week at the Greater Mt. You Apply"Help Schwartzwalder to head his faculty of the ether members of his
Olive Baptist Church In Fort us to help you." U the for the 16th annual FloridaA staff later. Persons Interested in
Lauderdale of which Rev. B H. 'The brotherhood programs on advice of Edward P. Blonston and M University Coaching attending the clinic may write:
TV somefenes leave me with anemty Clinic to be held here June 610 j Florida A and M University
Lee is pastor. manager of the :Miami North Social
This announcement ', a. made feeling. It's a feeling that Security District Office, to Named as clinicians for the' Coach Jake Caliber, director
by Dr. R. W. Puryear presidentof something b missing, like the persons planning to retire soon football section of the clinic to beheld Coaching Clinic Florida A and
Florida Normal, who attended turkey in a turkey dinner.I social June 6 through noon of M University Tallahassee FU.
and apply for their security -
and June 9 will be Head Coaches
the association meeting watched "Brotherhood nf'flu.nnd that
Sctarartzwalder, Syracuse University -
who stated, "The Florida under East Through Freedom" Sunday evening Ant check to you a lot sooner If nalien's No. 1 team: Frank For The Highest in
Coast Baptist Association while out visiting. This you brine the necessary proofs Broyles. University of Arkansas;
the excellent leadership of Mod. show eras supposed to prove that with you when you come in to Sid Glim in, Los Angeles Charges COSMETICS
erator J. H Dolphus and vice real brotherhood can be achieved file a claim for benefits," Blon of the newly formed American
moderator, W. F. Foster, through ston states. Also
only through freedom. This U true Professional Football League and
the years has been one of the but do we have complete freedom Mr. Bfonston pointed out that former head coach of the Los Miami Times NewspaperCall
outstanding supporting constituencies
? many people retire early In the
of the coU ,e." I year They are coming to the so YUkon 3.5681
President Puryear al*> reported The '
program depicted bOW rial security office to file claims social security check." The MI-
that the Women's Convention those of various -A.'XM"
religious and
I for benefits. These claims can ami North Social Security Of.
this association led by )..In.O. .
of nationality backgrounds persecuted be completed much faster when Ace U located at 234 NE 79th It.
A. Parker reported' an outstanding in their homelands be- needed proofs are presented at
session. She said the, cause of their beliefs, were able the time of fllinf. A telephonecall
teaching periods as well u the to find freedom, and (so it said) to his office before retirement -
addresses were superb. brotherhood in America. The may eve a great deal of
The financial gift of $11.9 0.7S empty feeling came from the time by Insuring that all evidence DRESSESThousands
represented the combined gift knowledge. about those who were will be produced promptly
from the parent body and the forced U come to America at tht Dresses
auxiliaries. Included In this gift cost of their freedom which has Generally a claimant for of Beautiful NEW
is a donation from the J. W. not as yet been restored even In monthly benefits must wtablUh VALUES TO $25.00
Drake Club of Miami. this enlightened day Real his are. This may be done with
President Puryear attended brotherhood meet he brotherhoodfor a birth certificate or mme other Only 1.00 and upUNIFORMS
this annual association meeting all pnd tht TV show failedto record that Is old and reliable.
and advice to the parent body and present this. How could it? It Also evidence of the claimants
the women's auxiliaries and discussed doe nt exW earnings for 19S3 Is necewary A
mrith them the various copy of farm W-2. withholding
needs of the collo- He also took While watching the program. a statement for 1939 is acceptableif
time out to ocnvene with former 'rane thins hafrwned Became the income was earned as an i
students and alumni members of of urns functioning of my employee The setf-emdoyed & $3.00VALUES
Florida Normal and Industrial frirn. TV et. the character should bring a copy of their 1953. $1.00, $2.00
College. howed up dnwbe It seemed likea income tax return, including the,
Other Baptist Association attended fIrW101' or shadow was standlnc schedule C or F which shows TO $12.00
this week by President beside. the seeker This "double" their self-esw' >1oimnent Incrme.! Cocktail Dresses, Men's and Children's Clothing
Puryear were the Seaboard Baptist T iadrtjr. looked like the !mpr and the eancr'led! check mercy:
Association held at Friendship wfcm nm a photo negative order stub or bank receipt" which APPAREL OUTLET

Baptist Church in Miami where tfrht and dark are re- skews they paid the tax. 127 N.W. 2nd St. STake elevator to 2nd floor)
Rev w. II. Edwards is moderator i 'verge Tides the "specter" appeared "Brit your proof with you."
Phone FR 7.2943
of this association and Rev. to be black Mr nioiwton stressed. "for
C J Burney was host pastor; I prompt: payment of your first C- -S

and the Atlantic Coast Baptist Gar'nr' upon this with awe 1 I r .. _,__..,"" ,, '" "'....,"" r. ....II:
sen-*! that here wa' a symbol. .1n. ill'
Association held at New Bethel
Baptist Church of Miami Rev. Hmlctlnf' the Colored man
L A. Thompson la moderator of haunting the cene frrm whichhe \ For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
this association and Rev. E Wil hM been left off In my mind'sere.
hams I vtouaHffd this dark *pec 4O
was host pastor.
her nudging the sneaker per.hens -
I a. a rrotest for being 1 lt<. BONDED COLLECTION
"Shower of Star noted bv thM" whe preach,

MondayPoinciana teach and f>ral e brotherhood.
but do net live It
Park Elementary
School proudly presents Its
Teachers' on Parade night with a Adverts'ie -- r t Pv? AGENCY Inc. ",
"Shower cf Stan" Monday.
March 7 at 8 pm. ,
The teachers of Poinciana will
J. F. DEAL STUDIO
present excerpts from the musical .

-Kis Me Kate," a Cole Por. 307 N.W. 2nd A....
musical comedy Everyone is
invited, Adults 50 cents, children We Make All Kinds .f Picture
25 cents. We oopy and enlarge, picture *fyeur The largest collection and rental _

loved *ne* at half ,rice.
TEENAGER I agency in the South; operating in
Phone FR 43034CONSOLIDATE
INDICTED FOR Dade and Broward Counties'

WIFE'S MURDER

Dade Grand Jury Indicted 17- YOUR Negro Housing areas
year-oM Richard Solomon on a
charge of second degree murder BILLS
Tuesday for the Christmas night We Refinance Your L. L, BROOKS President

shooting Of his wife Letsie Lee, Mortgage
17, at NW 50th st and 23rd ave. N. Payments Until March 1
The youth told police at the tim. No B.Ho.n.-.r aa Uw as MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
h. And a pistol accidentally 1.000 US Menth
$2.000 US Month 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

tlOAO .10 M.."th BROWARD COUNTIES
Why be Out of Style? MIAMI NATIONAL

Let us convert your double- MORTCACE
breast suit to a single breasted,t FR 3.5446 JE 2.2622 (1-A1:
4
narrow lapel. $18 '"'. Member Chamber .? BOND
Your Smiling Tailors. 937 NW Comm.rc.RARKIEY'S ..
3rd Ave. Reuben Hepburn Proo --"AGENCY INC.
tndf ,
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CUT-RATE STORETh.
12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS


Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome mo N.W. 7Jrd ST. ....._.._ PL StS27 101* N.W. tin ST.

Phone FR 4-2376 ,... Lauderdale .......... M 4-m
1201 Ave.
N.W. 3rd
1441 GRAND AVE. ,............. HI 4-1447

The fined product at Cut Rate Price 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. NI IS44 Sit HAMMONOVILLE RD.
GlfU Coemetlcc& Patent Medklnt& Fountain Sodas Pempan. _..... w WI S'tm
2nd St OX 1-442J
U7 N.W.
Tweed Cl"n, 1.iO Cashrnsro BeuquetLetlon 5 1440 N.W. 22nd AVE.
Madam Walker & ..... .21
5.0112Perna.
Ointment .10 SSS Took Ml tl 17S2S HOMESTEAD AVC. Opa Leaks MU

P....... Bergame-M Father Jehn .71 Ml CE I.UII 2100 N.W. Srd CT. _._.- FR 4.1241
Hair Dre...... .51 Swamp Rest ....., Jl 1.11
Len9. ld Hair Cardul ._._.- 1.11 MAIN OFFICE
Drjalng' 1.00 Syrup .f Black Draufht 41
eMe a eii ***BM M> B*
OPEN DAILY 4 SUNDAY S A.M. U IS P>.... 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416

JOHN A. MeMINN' Owner i/ 11;



I' When Purchased Af NORTHS IRAVft BUREAU

Air/foe/ & Steamship Hrtfifs tosf1104NW 0 WORE .

DELIVER ,
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16 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1960_
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STARTING OUR 8th YEAR OF DEVOTED SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY




H FAIR REALTYTHE




ORIGINAL HOME OF THE FAIR DEAL! !

SV** V '** iI
I I S 3. :

Mr. Ben Finkel


I reused your check. Thank you L,

very much. Both my husband and I .' '
I
are satisfied with the deal we made.

,
Thank you.
"
Robert and Josephine Holliman IV

6210 Witherbee Are.Ctncinstti '. t

Ohio ", '
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J J 'JoB',Q Wf;'"
> "-. --

THIS GORGEOUS HOME CAN BE YOURS!!!

Pick Your Lot to Build Now

3 Sold Last Weekend-Do Not Wait-Model

Open Saturday and Sunday-N.W.153rd Street and N.W. 17th Avenue-1 to 6 p.m.

Put up Deposit- Choose Your Owni Colors Terrific!!

9 BUILT IN OVEN AND RANGE LARGE UTILITY ROOMS
3 LARGE BEDROOMS ONLY 1 MORTGAGE TO PAY

CARPORTE 995 LARGE PACE
REAR SCREENED FLORIDA ROOM Only Din CLOSET
OVER SIZED LIVING ROOM ALL JALOUSIED I WINDOWS



HOME AND INCOME North Miami Beach-Beauties!!!

See Ben Sunday afternoon at 1941 N.W. 58th Street BEDROOM BATHS BRAND NEW
2 houses on two lota- furnished available with ,
City water, paved streets, 1 corner carport
Priced Right- Down Payment Low Luilt in oven and range. Shower door both bath rooms,
electric heater bathroom. Shopping center, buses. Priced
I right.
See Sunday- 15200 N.E. 15th Court
ONLY $195 DOWN
Bedroom CBS One Mortgage at

$80 Monthly Hialeah Total
$8,500 LIBERTY CITY
No Other Cost*-Move Right In
BRAND NEW BEDROOM, 2 BATHS
I 1 Mortgage to pay Only $995 Down
See us to show Saturday or Sunday
CARVER RANCHES ONLY $295 DOWN
Buy any one of these two 3-bedroom, 2 baths CBS homes II Ii

$22 Week Pay All-See ONLY $495 DOWN
4151 S.W. 21st Street
5410 S.W. 23rd Street Last one of these left. See 1570 N.E. 154th St.
Carver Ranches North Miami Beach
FIRST DEPOSIT WILL HOLD 3-bedroom CBS Landscaped City water
Close to shopping center. Priced Right
b.-

CARVER RANCHES 2-BEDROOM CBS
ONLY $395 ''DOWN BEDROOM CBS TILE ROOF FRONT AND REAR

$69 MONTH PAYS ALL SCREEN PORCHES CITY WATER. CLOSE TO BUSES
See 2420 S.W. 48th Avenue
FIRST DEPOSIT WILL CLOSE See 1848 N.W.57th Street

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a VISIT OR CALL TODAYFAIR

WE ARE OPEN EVERYDAY LIST YOUR LOTS WITH
I REALTY

, FROM 9 A.M. TO 8 US FOR QUICK CASH

201 N.W. 62nd STREET
M P.M. INCLUDING SUN. SALE. WE HAVE BUYERS.

DAYS. P L 7- 1 6 4 5 BEST PRICES PAID.PACE .

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