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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
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37TH YEAR No. 30 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1960 TEN CENTS 16 PAGES

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TALLAHASSEE Eleven Fla.

A and M University students arrested
In a dime store a1tw1a
I dft'ftOMtntron were convicted SB

BULLET EELS ROBBER city the peace.court Thursday of disturbing

Judge John Rudd fined each
$300 or BO days in Jail and gave
Twtnty-four-year-okl Bennie them. a 3ft-day suspended' Jail
Ratty was to sure that the worldawed I sentence' He placed' them on probation

him a Urine that he went Teacher Sues for Job for one year or until they
about taking it by book ant bycrook graduate.

and b7 fort*. In .Imposing .ft ntt nve! noddl
Bat an the bottom dropped ovtal did that had the ovmomtrationbrrn "
Benak tent early Tuesday, Mrs. Helena Knowles. fired tartPecernber a fpcntaneous student movement -
roorninc when, with tip lo his by the school board he would have considered It
pocket, he fm shot and killed after 11 years in the Dade system, Core Members Eat Gassed an Immature art and would havetwen
Court ;
runnlnf away Crom his last complained In a Circuit denied more lenient
fcoadup.According. suit Wednesday that the was However he said he bad read
to police rreords.Xdly a second lie detector test where suchactivities
In the
newspapers
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who lived at 6184 SW'MtJI after taking one that snowed In.conclusive were. pon Ared by the

..*, bad been armed men" times results because of bar Then Arrested Cnrtrrrm of Racial Equality and
for burglary Umet for "cold. the American Civil Libertiestrnlon
steahn: carL He serred time band The suit says Mrs. Kncnrles arrested 29 He said the American
Raiford, waa a repeater In took the test agstest the advice Tallahassee 29 The police then Civil Liberties Union had been
TiWbae'
and doctor who CORE members who were peacefully
of her
attorney White members of
Dade County jestIb.eday active on behalf of communkm.'
the lunch counters. -
the told her that coughing and bevvy sitting at
? at It3 am. CORE wen arret WoolworthMarch I t bdisturbing . charted w Toby
bandit was surprised breathing would affect she results. and eating in the They were :
coatee-bearded the by cncafing attorney for the 11, said an ag>-
discharged as teach peace
She a
Grotty' at S4JLoqvat was Mothers stores in Tallahassee on
by Eugene of shopilftlaf lathe lt six in riotous conduct and unlawful peal would be taken but he was
St, Coconut Grort. Tbey er on a charge Later in the day j I uncertain whether he would gointo
the boose and tall out presence of a minor. were anestd.Liz assembly"Lain
In
tussled The suit asking reinstatement I I in the afternoon more Male' w fedrral court
of the back door. Kelly escaped wallet and back salary from Dec. 2.1 white students from Florida students attempted to return to Rudd rave the Negroes until
with Grotty slacks and a 1"'. alleges the school board bad State University entered the two\ Woolworth and six were arrested 11 .In. Friday to pay th. fine*,
In Which was $4. boa no authority to bear the charges stores in the morning and ordered and charged with "riotous conduct ffn to Jail or area $ 00 bond ofppesk
lie was repeated' at the and order the Investigation that food. A few moments later ," Bail for all JS was set at .
of E. B. Elliott. 4145 Polndana students entered the store haveaccepted charged eight
..... included the lit detector test on Negro $500. Itowrnr.17 eight Thry were on
Grove' at 1:45:
Are Coconut Oct. 31. 1.51.'STATE In twos and threes and sat darnbeside ball. The rest have chosen courts' of disturbing' the peace in
TAers; be escaped with the owner'sslacks the White students. The to remain In ,.u. Trial k set a lt-d m dmwmstration hero

and a wallet coqtaialaf NAACP White students offered some of for Friday, March 1*. The students I Feb. 50.BARMAID.
... their food to the N. o& have pleaded not guaty.
Miami polka moved Into the A third attempt to obtain service 1 i HELD
HEAD FIRED
area, riding to unmarked :o was frustrated by tear gas

and wearinf sports Jackets W. O. PERRY DAY bnmba wielded by local
their anDt UPON The CORE members FOR MURDER
At 1 ..... Officer' J r. Ftt-" POJke.1
Woolworth ,
OBSERVEDSUNDAY the
A. Leon Lowery JTa' TO BE proached
The Rev
Patrick who had alkttted from bis state president of the NAACP.reported groups of two and three I WHV la ..J..nnfn.U.. .r-old
car and was waking throufh sipped by police-erected barricades. hMTnald of 1433 NW list .t k
that two bullets werewas
Water Plant Park on LeJeun Rd. fired his borne in Tsimpaearly The poUoe then used tear being heM by puttee In the kill-
into
in the darkness spotted Kelly Sunday morning. gel bombs on the group. Inc of Gloria Ixrrrtt, 27 of 1X30
/walking south through the prark.The The police have not allowedany NW Mth st
One of the .45 calibre slugs ;
omen concealed' himself I Mrs mother of five
direct cmmunlcation with, Lovett
entered the bedroom of the
units the bandit passed under a
children shot In the head
I those still in iall. Only a locals was
BeolahBvtltt
23.000 of
street light and his face could be : Church parsonage and mimed Mrs. minister was allowed to enter the ninth a .s2 cabber automatic last

seen.ntsvotokjfc. said he shouted i txra-ery by four feet The other Jail on Sunday to minister to the Saturday during an argumentover
needs of thce arrested. Psrents. a man.
hit beam outside.Pastor .
concrete
"halt. Kelly ran. The officer' a friends and attorney were notable Lends Deer Garden 1211 NW
of Deulah Church
gave chase and k said to have Baptist the of the
to get in direct touch with kids ave. was seen
and militant d"IkJHdft' ID.
,
the with hk
fired once ta air those in ,.a. hooting.
.41 sflrtomatk shouting at t h eftrttIw statement said:
to stop. The second and "1 bay referred many phone
fatal shot struck' Kelly In the ass from white citizens In Miami .
back and passed through' his" New York and even Georgia
body.Polk. since we began our ...- \ Negroes"CallilAIIOut
found a $100 bill and 14 downs here and many have stated
twentte la Kelly pockets.' they are with us in our drive
for ftm- 1au citizenship.
"Since the incident many have
BANDIT SHOOTSICE volunteered' to guard my bane Boycott

CREAM because: Negroes are aware of the
fact that this drive k not merelyto
'VENDOR get a pop or sandwich, but the E Nnrro leaden this week called
right to 1nOtrftl7." for a nationwide boycott of
5 BOYS 2 GIRLS to back
old George J.Nkte4 I chain variety stores up
rtrty-three-year- --
M-ven we.*s of demonstrations lathe
.
of 18910 NW Jrth court HELD FORROLLING
awn shot and critically lntt) !H at found bending t over me I South.

19th .ve. and Slit st W4te4aynight I wheel of his truck honking the I DRUNKSPolice The NAACP in a note Issued]
horn to attract help. He was shot by executive' secretary Roy Wil-
Aa k* stem *r...* Nickel in the arm and stanch Police held arrrn *DS'cd Ha. 1.000 local and

W O. Perry well known bud- youths two of them firk, for allegedly .*tat. unks to use the boycott ia
ness, fraternal. and civic leader roiling M drunks andbreaking "racial sets defense." It was togo
will b* sfecnatty honored on Sunday into a score of homes into effect immediately.
March M by tbo Elks of and .....
the Greater M).ml area. T Is. "The policy k to withhold ra
occasion has been designated as City Detective B. C. Outlaw taU patronage Irma all units of
-W O. Perry Day and k bring estimated that their loot bad I the chain variety store ta all
sponsored al a sfwcial end Biting totalled at least $10.000 since: last sections of the country why
tribute to Perry for his ouU November' wtoen the aping began maintain a policy of refusing to
standing work in the field of operations la the central district serve Negro customers at lunchcounters

EUtdom as well as civic aDd com "lb. youths ranged in age from on the same buts aa
munity activities. 14 to 18.BOMB. other C'UI' I"IWn.-" the memo aald.

The occasion k being spearheaded Wilkins said the major chain
by Atlas Lodge, iwith the I TREAT base refused to lower racial barriers -
support and cooperation of all of ,
in their southern: branches,
the other Elk Lodges in the Miami FAILS TO STOP sod the federal government ".. .J
errs The observance will beheld steadfastly refusing: ta kkatsdecuata > 7
at Atlas Lod;. Elk Hems ELEANORA reikf. He saJd southern ,e
129 NW eth tarrac state sjovernments' supportantiNesTro
Activities for the day wfll Include bomb threat by telephone to lunch. eouater poll
a music at 430 p.nx, stop Mrs Eesnor Roosevelt tromddreasittf d.." of the stores.
dining at .30 pm. and dandna. : ; a mixed sudirnc at
4 at 10 pm. Gtfbhs Junior Collects for Negroesin
A giant outdoor parade .twill be St Petersburg on Monday "
sponsored .t I as a kkk night fen flat to the ground. i threat to the pecs te. Mrs.
off to the day's apctM Roosevelt said, "but I am used to
All bill daughters and the fie police having received the tHrcats." she added:

Stephens Merritt Spauldlnf aat! fcubUc in Invited, to' threat cleared the auditorium
Members of Tallakaase WU- honor of and found nothing So on the If I blew tsp It wouldn'tChang.
won
All but this apodal in
fata Now York COBS p! 00It&1 Patricia sKephena. one iota of what s.mt-
arrazUd. tfsft&f Mr. Pvrryv Ittacs k 12>a program west.
!amen have ta *
fct tfarkau Ebonm' oft !k ping to bappom.
"J q J; .*9fc .Charts* Wtstawso.-. l lunch. coaster eft-tarn &tikedl Rukr of Atlse taxi *7 .* rn' T 11.m11JIaaI!rt all ably

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Featured Models 250,000 TO GET through Easter April 17.
I
Mrs! Raymond M. Jenkins is
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1960 t EASTER SEALSIN serving as Easter Seal Chairman

.... ..... - for the third successive year.

MAIL During the past year, the

I Along Freedom's Road Crippled Children's Society's Re
habilitation Center at Ins NW
14th ave. has served more than

Bv RUTH PIflRYWe -. 1460; handicapped children and

-- ...- ..... ... adults.

held these truths to beU"idmt. mosphere.YOU Almost 80 treatments and services

that all men arecreated .. have been given each day
equal that they are endowed CAN HELP of the past year to vwtlents and
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by their Creator with certain #:Z ..,. :; .- their families at the Society's
T'
unalienable' rights. So said The struggle has now come to clink.
the front lines' of the battle
our Fcundinf: Fathers In the fight for equal rights continues; the ... I. "",. ,.... "-oJ
Declaration of Independence, and '
today so My hundreds upon hundreds -, from day to day, hour to hour, ...)':.# IMIMSIR J. F. DEAL STUDIO
of men and women, youngpeople city to city state to state. The .." ASTER SEALS

'and children as they lane: unfinished business of elm ), flOHT CRIPPLING 307 N.W. 2nd Av.
,
tasting racial discrimination and .
quietly but firmly make their .
stand for "certain unallenable 1 ra;eftton must now come to ashowdown 'j';, Beginning this mid-weik and Ws Make All KIM .f PtctarsaWs

rights C and Americans whoour continuing throughout next week, copy ana ."..,.. ictvrts .t
k.-tl.vi> In rtxnnrrarv must-.. of ncssity postmen's bags will be bulging:
FREEDOM .IS COMING and humanity practice with the annual man mailing of yevr levee enea at half pn ..
what they beUere. Easter Seals for the benefit' of
Throughout the South there to Phone FR 4-3034
You can help to the local Clipped Children1 Society
express y
a wind blowing throughout Dixie .
faith in '
our countrys basic democratic
-,
mere' fa a fresh smell" In the
MRS.
Ideals VIVIAN
air; throuhouflfla and NAACP by joining the, LONG I The first batch of 20,000 envelopes -
during the
South Carolina and Florida and drhre You current will not membership only- The Slimline S. S. dub M11J of Caster" Seals will begin RltrKllgiRRA11SUFFERERS, ...... ,
Atatmna there Is a feeling that' be i
annual
1
protecting your civil rights, but show. Tigures I
freedom lion the way. Yesterday and end to that many Dade County
Fashions
Insuring the
future of your children on Sunday,
and the homes and busto...
day before maybe as well as help' to level seg i I March 20 at James E. Scott aud- ar Tor MVS sat mtrnM BMK, .....n.,
there' was apathy and fear and Intimidation .I regation barriers in all aspects of l I! thorium at 4 pm. Theme' : Array R. B Roberts II, president of on urine ICao lea...MrOSiaaa.ersa ea
and the aanA ,
words Dq Pea.IN
empty i a WIL&
frf Uncle Toms, but today mere is I public life Think M over You I woman can be a model," the Society for Crippled Children e.a.TM1l9lT .M v.Huse as.i
have nothing at all to lose and and Adults, here, appealed to are wtis.. as. row eres. w.aa.a
determination and courage and invaluable 'Ilse group is under the tutor the _net..r aMata. sow rasa. _..
things to "
gain Join general public to ""POndCf'ftf'l"Cwl l
the of
MH to stand "where" thewhite age Mrs. Evelyn Tynes whooperates
today.
glean of our bright star Istest the Easy Method School to the once-a: -ycar
mailing of Easter Seals The "-
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and "to march on till victory --- of Charm and Reducing.
fe "" 011." .1 The" pubHc is t.vJted to wit Seal Sale opens on St. Patrick's -
Sunlight Chit-Chat fleas this most unusual demon Day. March' 17, and continues I ---.-........ .........,
Very' soon the JaHs hi the South stration
t
will not be able to hold all the By PHIL HILBERT t

freedom fttfhters" Headlines In -- ENROLL NOW IN

the papers tell of 400 people be. Welcnme to nix students: Mrs.
ing Jailed. 77 in another place A. Jrninsa and Miss C Glass SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
peaceful
demonstrations being One of the Roux reprcsentahr -
brclcen up by lire hose, '
quiet gave the students
along Life Prof euiooFlorida's
a Long
protest marchers: being dispersed with many other" beauticians, an
"because of we fear of noUn,." informative demonst
I do not think the rioting! would hair coloring and color ration shampoo.on Oldest, Reliable and Complete School

come from the ;NVgro men and The mode-I wfd far lhstratkm dmnon. _
women, young people and Child I was Mrs. Bryant- -who-- --is- 4. 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4.9998IARKLEY'S

I'mno mi Jon a im\ haw had I taking the advanced course an- .....
more then enough of segregation der the instruction of Mrs E. F
and second class nUUnl'h* No Moncur.

If There is any rioting, It will, Hair coloring has become quite\
start with there' who seek to fashionable
keep tim- ... among the women of COT-JMTf
southern < citizenship from,I today; therefore in order to meet STOlE
NegroesREVERSE
the' demands
of the
public we,
THE SITUATION the beauticians must learn our 4r The Friendly! Store With The Warm Welcome

profession well and efficiently I 1201 N.W.
Birr long do you think southern Our Friday 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376The

whHes would keep the peace consist of morning agenda j i finest products
be patient and shop deportment, current at Cut Rate Price
long-sutfrrtng un events and Gifts Cssmttka .
der apprewicn and a weekly social Patent Medicine FavnUIn S e'ae
segregation?
A
Would they' wait fire years twen keep program.abreast
ty years, a hundred years! trends and rules' of shop deportment events. Madam Walksr _- .Ill
Would they' try to cast their ., Ointment' _..... .- .10 SSS Tank. 1. 4FatHtr 1M
votes as American citizens and JI..".,. ...
MRS. saoiat
snop deportment SHIRLEY JOHNSON
be shot is an impor I JMN .71 1M
down
attempting to do tant element' which I Hal Drealn M
embraces'
the .
so? Would Swamp R*+t Ji 1.11
they .
door to get their go lunch to the back attitude and behavior of the beau L."' ..ltf Hair Cartfwl "...... ....... 1.M
Would
they sit where they tician and reveals thin in thepersonal Omslag ..,-,. .00 Syrup .f Blast Dr.-1M'"
were order."
ed to sit in the bus in the train. patrons and dealings associates with. employer,i I YMCA Presents OPEN DAILY SUNDAY- A.... U 10 P.M.
The beau I
In the railroad station Would Brian who Is considerate" of others i JOHN A. McMINN. Own..r
they drink water' only from the thoughts and feelings will Morehouse Glee Club
fountains
they were" ordered to haw no dtfflmltv 4n nvalntalrvin
drink: from? Would they be twticui a hich degree of shop deportment The G w. Carver branch -

housing and tone wuuennx unoer "Breathe the world thought do YMCA will present the Mora
striction restrictions theater re the world deed think hugely of house College Glee Club in concert -
inadequate recreational thy brothers need And what on Sunday: April J at 4 fxra.at .
facilities thy
and .
poor inadequate toe Northwestern school audi
woe, and *9ofatny weal
school ghetto living In Loc* to the work the torium. 7007 NW 12th ave. '
actuality) I do not kncwr how times reveal Ii
soutfiern whites would react' Give thanks m1h all thy flaming The concert will be a benefit g
but ycu can be certain they heart for -Friend of Youth Member _
would not like these restrictions Crave but to have In It part. ship" Ticket may be obtained a1Th11ii7i1
and rope of segregation They Give thanks and dup thy heri amen YMCA Board members and
would hate It. tageTo the Carver YMCA. A member
It has be alive in such an aceAnetla !" agency United Fund of Dad e
been a good many years Morgan County,
now that Negro Americans have
lived under the conditions! I men
tioned above. And have been pa NOW I
tient and enduring throughout

long years of humiliation intimi _
_
t
dation and racial hatred. Now at NEW BUILDING
long last the slumbering form of
freedom is stirring and the first

steps road to are freedom.being taken The along road the to BROWN SUB g.lnrl..n '..... .... .a.. Se ....... ii

freedom has been paved and "We ,..W.&. eft4II t4 vri..au.un.u.

these smoothed and prepared for Just, 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments eec."'.'<:A..tieA. t. eftj., a..yh.wd

of slow steps, laborious throughout work long But years now Racing....htt,..(.pi Sunday,

N.rro men and I hromen want to LOWEST RATES _

walk on this road with their fel : a f.c
low Americans They want to
FREE CITY
vote; they' want to go to school WATER

'WIth other Americans:; they want
to enjoy adequate
recreational
facilities; they want decent hous BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED .

ing; they want to get' out of the
MAINTENANCE
ghetto and live is a healthy atEASE MANAGER ON ALL NEW
PREMISES AT ALL TIMES -
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A. G. GASTON JOSEPHINE BAKIR GARDNER COWLEt I I
TV SICK ?

The National Nowrpaper Publishers 1'noN, 11ano: Governor Edmund .
Association honors thru I "Pat" Brown from California. t
Its IPSO Rusnrurm Awards, probably a Lorraine Ifansb rry from Then dial FR 4-2044 9 a.m. to 9
New York, Hill p.m.
its most diversified list of, Robert from
meritorious people to date, The Naplrs. Italy and Tom Mboya
honorees' include an Internationally t Kenya East Africa. SAME DAY SERVICE

famous entertainer a state On March 16, the anniversary ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
fovernor, a ma ratine publisher, date of the first Negro newspaper.
a financier, a minister a dramatist -
Freedom's Journal another RUM.
a 13-year-old humanitarian, wunn award winner A. G Gas Picture Tube Special
an African leader a coach and a'' .r i ton of nirmingham, Ala. alI -,
defeated candidate who
voting crusade. led a 1 I I prarrd mith William O. Walker 17.inch-$22.95 2 Ltneh! -429.95
NNPA ,
president of Cleveland.
For the first time In a rood' Ohio on Dave Garrowar's television *m-
while Negro dtees outnumber the!
'Tday"MARCII
White, seven to three While not 1REV prugram. SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night . $2.50
chosen by design this ratio reflects -I
the Increasing achlerements' Nit. Calls Our Specialty-No Eatra Charges.
of people of color. ; SPECIAL

The citations read: "In recosjnl-I Far fREE tcalp Trcatmtnt sad Just received shipment of 45 RPM ph4Hte.r.ph

lion of standing achievement Eytbr,Mr Arch Records All late hits. Special- fur 1.00
In making possible a richer con
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During each weekend In March

and crption in tribut of democratic for upholding principles those KLIP AND CURL Vets Radio & TV Co.

highest tradition considered as BEAUTY SALON

the Ideals, of the American way I 844 N.W. 3rd Av..
of Ute.e winners, determined' I
I n la poll of member publishers FR 1.3215 939 N.W. 3rd Ave.
of the Louisville Defender To .
receive' INO Rustvurm plaques I r L GRIFFINFr --- ."I"-.. ,JiiiIIIi....... !'"....... ?
are K >""; A

MADAM JOSEPHINE BAKER her derp'y; moving play "A, J. B. SMITH _-_t-:' ...-:.; ,;
.Tor demonstrating that democracy Ra.s! 'n' In The Sun** in which she
love and human understanding rr-vcVi: human subjection by im- ELECTRICSERVICE
Woul like this
can surmount all superficial p'-'W."abko adversity tempered by you to earn $1,000 more
barriers created by men. ultimate courage.' ?
Despite her world citizenship, Electrical I Contractor year
Mm. Baker has American heritage. ROBERT IBIL IS year old
humanitarian cited for vividly HOUSEWIRINC BECOME A
demonstrating 11M bihlcal quota.
Tin HONORABLE EDMUND ! C BROWN Governor of California ,lead them, by successfully
For championing and enacting 'launching a 1400.000 medical' PHONE OX 1-3625 Nightingal Graduate
the most liberal legislation tspplie! campaign for the world
Night
or DayCOMMUNITY
m state government FEPC renown" medical missionary
Fanr Housing Act. Civil Rights EARN JOB PRESTIGE
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TOM MROYA, chakman of the
Statutes Repeal of State L a wAgatnst rcrr" rs > )
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I'' Intermarriage Nen-dis. African PeopV's Oonfereaee EARN MORE MONEYS
, criminating Community Rede, For his dynamic leadership in l lIArfTM *
African potttk and labor, and
J velopment and Urban RenewalProgram. EARN JOB SECURITY
for his unusual crusade "to save
f i the white from himself"COACH
man
I' 9 FREE LIFE TIME EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
s GARDNER COWLES For
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using his publication, LOOK magazine
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For
demonstrating
most effective in the cause ENROLL NOW
the true ssjtrK of sports by refuting -
of liberalism and against racial
, injustices: and far recognizingjournalistic I
ability irrespective ofrace bv walking out when hit Negroplsvm For Physicians Assistant Training-

I aBrit. +et were discriminated STARTING MARCH 21

A. G. GASTON for tmself- .
ATTY RUSSELL B. SUGARMOV
ish economic leadership In the re. For his historymaking'b'd Classes Limited in Number -Air Conditioned #
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slstant south' by philanthropicany
and course us pel for ma nee, ClassroomsNIGHTINGALE
coming to the aid of people who
In seeking! : the post of Comtnis-
I were economically pressuredsolely sinner Public World, As
ei a ro-
because they sought their
f w!' Negroes registered' In record
civil right*. COLLEGE
\ numbers and demonstrated
REV FRANCIS L. GRIFFIN- unity In t he area of poHtks.
l For sacrificial and Christian
, Four of these citeea will be Interviewed en
leadership' in fee desegregation of on NBCs Monitor rado 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3.1675
r local Virginia schools in the fact
network program March 111 DRUGS
!t of sssa raistiset.LOBEAXXB I and IS and win initial the ,! ".....-.............. ,.
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JUST BROWSIN'By ...
It .

n PAUL R. HENRV I I For AME Bishopric i .1 I

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President Esenoower returns II

from South America satisfied ., I
wiz his visit tad believes relations I 1. C

M tnb-r of th* .%Mnrt ted NeRr1" tveM. between the United States I
.. -- and Its suter .American republics
Member ttf .1Mo arlnftal iew.p.per rablttt.ftOa.rwtat.- .... hrr. reached an aiI-tkne h.ta.That's 1Lx i
I good n..... On the other
Eatft'Pd a. w+ I ('1a.* >Matter, Aac'* f, I9TT. AI lh. Pr-.st Om-- :. band our nelrr' bor. Cuba keeps IiiIIiiThe 1

at Miami KInrMa, under the act of MATT s. 8t mad at us. Her latest rinting is i
over the sinking of a French ,.p
SUBSCRIPTION RATES fax Hanna. Castro believes the I I
ONE YEAR $&! SIX MONTHS t 7S THREE MONTHS 11.70 United State is repons2 because -

one American was among J
""t'IlJ 1M) "
OF T1IK XIXJRO rn"ss
Till those aboard the ship. Sane other .
MX2IU ritF ui brltrvr nut America ..a best I.ad Ike worli reasons have been given for
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frwn G
rwU | r
MH MMttMMkl
.. antAcWmtaM when It Mrorri to every mar the exekwfoo, but Premier: _ridel. I
mrard+ of rmc*. color l
or crrd. hU hvmaji ADd Heal
rlgbta. Hatinc ow":0 is stffl-not ooovmceo.Cardiaa : .
ao man feasts; no man_thrcro IM*. strife. to kelp ma Rev S. A Coo-'n. pastor I r

to tb. Ana bifrf that all mm ar* hart a. long a* aooe rvrrj U held } SleCznan: Roman cf' C-;.:r Dc";:' AME Church, !. It
back. C.t oie ArcfiteahoD of Sew w be one of the leading
rand.dstcs for bishop! at the i f'
York. rats he depiores any accusattce -._
of disloyalty against Pro- ram.r AME General t Conference J''L Ar.tt i
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THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK tMm tII BUt< man was referring to the Air- in Ma of his yearcaiJM .
Our St Paul AME Church, N W
college
student attempts to integrate lunch Farce manual which said some Fourth octet and 19th tl,
w
,
counters in downtown stores are still very much ifi the paor were card-carrying Cane B<- of Ms extensive backt -. present' a Womanless Wedding
wmd the RevCfa.
news. beth north and south. xnuawts and many persons woo; in ministry. with reception follcraing Monda
.
revtoed the Bble for the Na- 'B is emlnestly sashayed for
In April 4. 8 Rev M. J.
the South thy are meeting with strong resistance Mali Council of Churches of I he bitP -tlC and should make peetor and pm.Samuel Staffcrd Faysonis
and pressure from the an outstanding leader In the 4
authorities.In Ghnst were affiliated with Men's Day chairman.
I of hl, church.
Epcgate
subversive organizations.Tse .
Virginia South Carolina Georgia and FlorMia.:

many hate been arrested and Cardinal said during tis,! A f Roitbcro. N. C. be
some jailed some paid &&H. years as military vicar he had' native (nights of Pythias to
:
However received" Ms boeheter of arts de-
they hate made a lasting ion
impre# upon the aw* numerous chaplains of the!,

general ,"",Ik. They are ser minded and they may b-e frot; *aat eaurch and come to.I yMdTt1t re from Pa Allegheny He also attended CoHeg' Observe AnnualThanksgiving
hampered in their admire "Aeir dedicated teyaky| Payne
R rHtUftstampaIVt."t Theological
: their .. Seminary
: our country" and Us prtncipte'*.
spirit will not fail. CORE has been successful in some where he received the degree of
bae&ekr of divintty! Gleam of Hop Lodge No IS.Knirhts .
cities thewill Ju
be in others. I when win our MetroCommtsekioers
of Pythias and LIb cf
The CORE victory might sot be achieved by sitting .oil eaoujh aJone.decide They to. kern dent: ETder Rev tn Cousin 1932.was aDd ordained has as an the Valley Court of Calanthes' V
pastorcd
it counters but there are other ways and you may be *neat to be satisfied wtta County a total f8l nice major testes In 58 annual are jointly sponsoring the '

sure tfcoee in authority know It. Maaafer 0 W. CaancfcelL Your three states, including Pennsylvania. Thanksgiving ceremonies:
on Sudsy. March 27 at 2 at
t pm
The Method Beard Social Brawler tfeougrt the hatchet had Ohio aDd Florida'
of and Economic Relation -j i been buried and things were runamj Martin Memorial AME Church -

has commended student for conducting their Mt-! sfDeetiUy. But look* like H* Has been a delegate to the Richmond! Heights of whkh C.
down demonMratioas in such dignified and non-violent 1bf'y art not loot five General) Conferences Rev L. R. Brown Is the pa *''-
sad is a d 4efate to the Special guests et the cerrmo-:
i
manner. The board Mid it viewed the student. 1 coming
demonstra
Federal Judge Joseph Lkb has conference Rev Cousin has served will be Atoned Temple No I
tion aft "a challenge to acept Negroes in their respective okayed the letter outlining the .' a4 first awiftaat secretary of Dramatic Order Knights ,
.
communiti on terms. of dignity." new procedure offered by the ve AilE CSMtrch and General Omar, popularly known as 'v
M\\"e that Qntaty Scfceoi Board. The )wU CcA tference since INS, and is "Dokies" Department of Knirfc-<
regret many citizen of our counlr>* Are denied asked direst to work out a more wet! ksa+art throughout the of Pythias. The public is inv.tea j
basic human rights" the board said. The de 1ODlV'a- attsfaenry plan than was submitted churesVeieraa. to tie annual obsenrance.

tion hate "reminded us of such denial" under me Pupil Aa+lgaate Sir Walter U &Ue.

"As a denomination have failed >live> -. ;hn ofeserrert Chairman of Arrangement
.. ,__u____ _& __ _we to up to our them Rev are predictif Committre<
,'.vrvve.a' BHt.IR ItO t''oIU&fI er eMIr IaN Hve "'e earriN&tit Tlw pie wit aDult al parents COUS.B will be S.r Robert Cloves
ec-ted
the to uidteate clone before Msftup at this conference. Co-cfealrman
a
teaching of our Lon with aastcnp I3
rt4
respect te
race elertion will '
mark
tiora." mess are trade In the spring. I1Aon. .... the second Sr: Murray James, Jr,
.... with report" rards' wet.' **t a Mtemian has been Keeper of records and seats
udrnte should be free to exercW th elr persona! Met out advising parent ..hat to Tie!vat4 Rt to that Ittfh position. ., Sarah B. Belie,
do Rev W F Ball!. was the!
W
Christian rUtr Councilor
rapoftsfoilitie Methodist( I inslltut ofio should nut I ft** ei+rgrmae to atta.a
that
rM IJ Sit Mary E. T. Jamey
,
penalize studento who do J honor when he
so.
OI1ft was elected in
en Monday two Registrar of Deeds
The Methodist also prated Southern police forces ..*...*. Mad up a mall truck, '' 195Q.

whkh }have prevented chaos. killed two uadercorer portal !na ,""
>tletoe. u4 made' wtth'I
Prt ? ve a afi of gOTernment mall $695.00 DOWN
about racial l HtreJCa oD. said on Wednesday that he re ,

galas some of the Negro demonstrations against aegrega- Os CoMa the Seaboard ArI I Because we have your interest at heart we are in*

tieR in the South as proper and constitutional tine Railroad Sitter Meteor cuta vitinc you to come to 3165 NW 61st Street anytimeSunday
expression
ear !ia twit
of oo Highway Tt to inspect one of the finest and cfeanet*
a people. He wan deeply sympathetic with the effort nor Avon Park afefle oa tts way
of *.} grwup to enjoy the right that they are iruarantecd to Miami The driver of the car homes in Miami. This house is rartly fttr-i.---4.i *.*.

by the Constitution. Orderly marching in tk MrteU and a "'f_'". WM taken to Walker storm awnings and jalousie window.. alt .'.-Hc kitchen

peaceful 1 a. #entbly "are Memoria! Itenpitot fa Area Park and fenced yard. Total price $3750.00
not only coastitutioAal they hair M a mUftI! eoaditson.There payment
been recognized in I $79 per month.GOODMAN.
our
country as preper since we have
been founded." wM" be a d>...e te the REAL
"hour of Dad schools next fall ESTATE
AMEN. MR. PRESIDENT! The hour w4) t>. 7:30 a-nt These" 2688 N.W. 62nd Street Phone OX 1-0350

attlnd .I at this hour win get ..
'Ut at 3:15 The 8'W am ....-
CENSUS JOBS d.w will leave at 3:15 .
Tfcis in an economy mere' The
In a previous isu we reminded you that thor are Hnrd h es to save space. WORDS FOR THE WORLD

116 Jobs available for Census Enumerators providing .
apptkanU THE
This is )ut aaother ACCOMPLISHMENT of btwr
con story unity -
could qualify. These jobs pay $12 to $15 per day. I Seern a* fcf Mme folk will never ** te colored a.td whit races will
There U still time to make application. Four hundred loam that you eWora get something an AttwraiKe .f tc be
e-nus craters are wanted. fry ootheag. wortd't peace.

The -a""*'. Writing' *
Greater Miami Urban League Industrial Depart. This whet a woman lost SaG BAHA'I
ASSEMBLY
meat has been trying to interest our people in this project. !I to a eon man. Some weeks' ago OF MIAMI
1
They sent out 400 l letters with application blanks eMI- aaother wrman WPM to the bank PLAZA r 7"41 .
*- ,j sad g4* l.ono) of bet hard
earned
ed. -
Of this number only 63 replied, so far. Pour have'pa&d !' sovta** and gave H a con man U-
-0
the written examination. One hundred sixteen espectia fit share at a find but --... ... .. ..
mere are R eded. If j ** is still ""aiUAr for her friend & r --
__._,_ ...& aLl>. ...... .you.... are interested_ call the tiaras I to turn up with her Sl.odd aha' I MIAMI'S
.AC'.K..U: a. .1l.Y. ;\ n I'lnt atret>t. phone sib 1-6.75 o-r Uw 1 -. MOST DESIRABLE APARTMENTS

Florida State Employment Service :20 SE First' avenue. i The Rev Jest'fe H Jacksos. Completely furnished
W1un (opportunities of this kind I pnwioVn* of the Nattoao) Baptist adequate parking area,
are open to us we Cowvmt.oa Beautifully landscaped
: inn large
ahould vacat4oaed ia spacious
not
hesitate rooms
to take
advantage of them. the Magic Ostv dkirmg the tart AH Ground Floor Buildings

three vrcks m February He was

awiinnfcd bjr Mr. Jacksan. Corner Apta. $22.50 wk. Inside
Apta $20 wk.
and tfcer were
guests at the sr:
airs Here! 2 Children Allowed


REGISTER TO VOTEYou During the vtot Dr Jackseo, FLORAL PARK APARTMENTS
witfe me Rev W ).I. Mason and
o ner kcal! miabters fished 2474 N.W. 58th Street
along
will have no sajr>'o about who will b. President I ke shores' of many of our fish. NE 5-7408, PL 7-8151
:a. aoo-s He eaKred Apr 9
of the United States unlosa most of iH r" r P.'PI'' __ _
register the 1" .
you to vote. derfMoa ...
I.I fishing trtp sponsor _____ ...
'
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ed by t"Rn" Thedford Jo -- .
1960 will be a year of decision, but you cannot help The r 'iu>r was filled with Joy to L. _a .

make the decision unless you register and vote. I hp tre air J1$ tit, of frozen flab I
J bark 1.) his home :in O np. FREE
I RENTONE
Negro citizens can get more attention from both Rev and Mn. Mason were host

parties and from all candidates aad hostess at a dinner honoring
by just piling
a
up
i Dr aad Mrs, Jackson Others' WEEK
high registration. -meat were Rev and Mrs. J A.
rialayaeo and Rev aDd Mrs. T. HOUSES & APARTMENTS
Use the one-two punch squawk with your left and Johnson.H.s .

register with your right. many Meads were very LIBERTY CITY
vappv to have Rev Jackson and
his !tevoly wife visit Miami and METRO REALTY

....,.. look forward to their ecoatag FR 7.1144
cert winter!
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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1960 NEED MONEY FOR
SCORE IN STATE
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EASTER?

PRESS WORKSHOP
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: If you start selling AVON COSMETICS now you'll
e : :
,.......rj:: :.. Miami high schools walked off have time to earn the money you need to outfit your
with three of seven ash srds madeto
student publications in the family for Easter
} r. '", .. :::::t: 10th annual Florida A and M

: ,. .: ... '''l:; :'::::: University Pros<< Workshop last 40% COMMISSION

-. '::1rM.' WH'k. I
i The other awards went to.
: 1\5 ..... schools from Tampa Fort Pierce, CALL MRS. HARRIS FR 1-6408
.... ..........w.......:....
fA d rr ....:...:.::. .:::::.....:.. Jacksonville and Atlanta. Approximately All
: ). e .. 100() student from
15 schools attended
: ; the twodaynxetitag. '
:.. .. .: : ;;.Ij .
..... : Booker T. Washington lilgh'sWashtngt "'!:; -' .- -': ?
man captured the
"toett sports story" honor North FIRE INSURANCERates
. By A. W. COOKE Dade High had the "best news
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story. and Northwestern High on Your Home

W'beDen r we waafe ttafough the the embarrasment suffered by our tock yearbook honors with its GO DOWN IN APRILCall
publications of our world and re. few truly understasd what "N'orthwestemer "
trance atur: race situation, we .- going on or have tried to do our office now to find out how you can benefit
disturbed. We eaefeced The purpose of t he rorkshop:
are are tuenething about it. from this reduction
and somamhat frt, *t&ed. We Lord save ua from ourselvea."AMEN" is to help fledgling Journalists re*
fees; the need erf help; so we turn ceive concentrated training Under
t. God us ....,.r. some of the nation's beat SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
known working newsmen and
After we alive pre sated our We invite your comments' on
circuanstaswes. to the Holy TrtnIt. "C we vai caT our knees, lit back are cousins why don'tare you The Workshop is divided into
re.ax. and await action We waitf w your thoughts with mewrite two sections: The newspaper Yes, we still write auto insurance
>r hoamrc :o teiaii our prayer me in care of the Miami section where students receive
like some fatatt IB a lamp>> who isi! Tanea. Okay "on the spot"' training from consultants I .: \t -'- .... '_ __ "' .. _.
moved by tale saying of ome''
en editorial writings, the
words lav+r* faif..ng the wi- James E. Scott "hop-to-feature." ..
news - .
story .e<\ w _- c -
eo of his saaattr In a ...... ore column and
writing sport story
act a* tf Dot u our aenrant We Community'Association writing and the year book sec-
act a* af He is obUccd to us tike where OPPORTUNITY
students receive advice AWAITS YOUSEE
rativer than we to nan. It M' News I on plans: for making a good
trunk that IT. s: of our race yearbook
methods
tn>Ubl* tem f? ac .on It M Sac to get OB your' I staff for
the
I>cnt miss the Annual Youth yearbook PSYCHIC READER
fcr.M to but
pray wtooa you get
Talent Show presented by the
to work Workshop
up. fo participants from
Sub-XM Club of the James E.
i Miami schoofc included Albert P. tt w
Ltttea to our Ironic prayer! Scott Community Association on : .rat
''Our fttfcer WMefc Art toHeaven" March 2s. at the Liberty Square Jenkins Xorth Dade; Paulette a
-Tfeat'a a food paacc far Auditorium. 6306 NW 14th ave j Jones. V. rtbweatern; Ails Betty
> .a You stay riftfet there. IH I at 8 pjn.Wally. Sutton. co-advisor. Miss Wallia I
('...D laa ttus pig pest sty ehfldnn. > I Futch" is emcteing the Ili. adviser North Dade An-
eau h,m* tomorrow, but I,, thow Hear William Bondu and netta Saell. North Dade. Doreotha
am ping out Jean Caaon B T Wash. -
mellow tones of Jeanette Wright
gr.t.HaU**.. ire TV *aae- of the "Wright Musical dan". see\, in .ton; Angle Carter Northwtaten I
You re the .... OIK odor as "th e Naughty Little Fkas," '"TheCrar Susie Worthy, James MartJV. -
ng a* I'ra ja trots, but daat CJ y'DI.nd many others Yvonne Spotford. Betty
rr.rta with me .fte. Stet dote* al. For information on ticket* Copeland, Robert Johnson, Caro-
r....to (children 25 cents' adults 50, iyn W UMw. North Dade Mrs.
Marian
Thv Kjxgdom Cesae" Shannon adviser B. T
Bat cents) conuc t Ruby Robinson Wasfiisgteo.
:nice T-rat Umc. maax yo. toow. evident, 1421H NW 3rd av .
Thy WiU U D.-In and Betty Moore, vice president, 1
hcavea, area at.Oo MM NW 87th It. and other Sub- K .nt1+
'- BarthThat is myAa Deb members. Advertise It
Pays!
.t.... ..
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IA"C ..,
nj fmr KiprrtrnrrI4fc : gukle cowl porter you throng
It Is la Heavea"
yourUs Greater Miami
r vietlamg gswd.'G '" a Ultb..u. pM. 11M ship la a storm

** Thai Baryou!IkftOM i Temple at its Best CONSOLIDATE YOUR WIII( TIHIUS: rYOU SKK MIS
BILLS
lIIIft..ra teas aM whet do
\ u frt.r -AOtMr da7 older, deep- The Greater Miami Tempe No. Wa Raflnanca. Your For Success in Business And LOT
.... 789 is celebrating Its 16th anniversary Martoag**
jOur Dau> Broad* So we with a dance and contestfor N. Pa,,,,..... Until March 1 CONSULT HER -
caneve, it U our Mdiotaau retoparasutoa Mka Greater Miami at the N. Ballaawa-.r M 'low M tl You can now have your home made happy
t.\"t:". 1h.re wfc* prey beautiful Cub Ml on Friday 11.000 ftS Manth Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
or. ua. evening. March J a. 12.000 US M
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.ftth
Don't Stay in the
And forgive' Vs O r 0.ita:-, The contestants are Daughters rut. get out now
S-,_..Peter dust call. ante_ MWM I Alto Screed Okrla Rarer. Leo MIAMI NATIONAL 0 By the help of God she can help you
_
CAl ; I O1j .wt to my
a.>.** r*:.....' siat... There is a friendly competition MORTGAGEFR Remove evil influence, if you are sick worried or in
M Wo bye Oar D.Mor be**'H a these daughters but each 3-5446 JE 2-2622 trouble

-uu taaow I arork aaaal to pro.de :< determined to win the title. M.", .... Chanabar .f II will |u> )UU l.> call a...' ..<. ihU tithed Median PtrotVhrrr
>'. aft5ufftc eDt focal The dance committee Is
datJiK aM composed .'"'"ere.
_
wit.t_ |pr my cu.Mrrn They are of daughters known far \ lk>oa *f d. rout )rata> fur help .IM| Mlttr, fOIl too can

ur n.t4Itu.. They don't aatpre the:r fueceacful! work to and for II bP luud....' b) IhU .'ran<<.. ...,.....-toa. .......
rte mr I I the Temple and they say they
"Lead us !tat Into Temptationaftnd have reached the stars. now they WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

-crest )+w ILIww at I my are ahoottag for the moon to Tb Muue lwbtt. .....hm..| JkliMr. .JK| the rhiUlrro of tweet

m, ney UB me tfcjip I sbouki make this the most outstandingsocial I of old .. Mill ante lo.U) .u.1< Mill ..|wn for
away through
f ud. eiothw or ahatur for my event of the aeaxon and the OlRISTIYNSiTIEM'E .. .,. yon
I Ibe IriMiblrtl ssII .
let
-sa IMK him that .. blUid lead
cn.Afcn. I wont have any money I hartory of the organization. rora.rvatien r, foe or
Soft to buy .... or wfefck,. call Dts. Gertrude )'.e lumbU wllb him.hi .
And y..u know I've Sot to play Saunders and Hester Rivers I | )uu tl.HiM ll. rtl.lrnr. of things brraua. Jotl cannot ...
mnumbirs.. I I I OX 1-0484 or FR ,.: ii. Coma thesis

"!kit IX-hver a, Fran Evi!" enjoy this great affair MONITOR 1\1... do )... ihlnW of the IntUlble .
Dt Alto warty and aooadamaV that
Hey I Screen is
MH got a cumroUe? Thaaau, general .
\Vlrrl ....
chairman. a TrtrpM ItadUi anal TrlrtUloa
.
pooafbloT
man BOW bow shout a match?
Loan me aU isoflar. MAR A reed brfnre It -|iniuta, lire concealed, a* Soon a* any. bore cmaaas to I"U dark earth' or womli of %ataty. TIIKItK 18 AN MUNBRKi
give it back to you Ls gt HARLEM SQUARE POWER"
a ftfta .Boy did you a** that Good Reading
babe* Man she was built! SWEET SHOP Therefore, acquaint yourself

Tur Tha la The Kitudotn FULL LINE OP QROCIRlIi for theWhole with the one who is an
And The Power Aari The Oiery I
Forever" authority. Whose private .
We ks we eaat COLD CUTS COSMETICS Family
take that away treats you cause consultation will evolve you ', 1
we've tried. 201 N.W. 10tli Itnee : to a higher state of mind.
,
The difficulty U that for aU 'lA'' Hews

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SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1960 PAGE 7

Rickwnd Heights Flashes TRIPPED FIRST -- --

Hall-Brown WeddingMiss rome Hall brother and sister-la-
NEGRO AT FLA. law of the bridegroom. The ceremonies
Leila M. Brown and Carl took place at the rest-
ORA O. TALYOR I
y Hall were quietly married' on dence of his mother. Mrs. MaW
...- fThe first Negro student to attend Friday evening March 4. The attendants da hall Rev. L. A. Thompson of.ftdating. .

Keeping a wholesome Lent. Please send in news about your the University of Florid were Mr. and Mrs. Je .
Within each of us U the power' to I church social home school affairs was academic dropped deficiencies.Gertge in \February. for --
keep a wholesome Lent. Within as well as news about visitors -
each of us is the power to deny individual achievement*, or H. Starke Jr, was accepted -
ourselves of something near and visit. We also welcome: names and as a law student at the beginning -
of the ID t-60 term u [
as ; efr
dear to keep a wholesome! Lent. aooresses ul new comers into our ,
the first integrated student
Sea denial is one of the surest area. We have a Welcome: Wagon ever
'*ays of folk/win in the Mas- committee< of .hich Mrs. Alma to attend a public educational
stitutkm in the state.
ten footsteps. Making sacrfkes u Crawford, 14250 Madison St.JM7 I
After his dismissal it disclosed
another way to keep the Lent *C ; *- our dlicient Dad e was
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he had been on academic
Schools librarian is chairman. J
probation since the first of theyear.
GREAT HEART FUND DRIVE Those"" 'Do.wisb to serve on this r
community welcome committee
As chairman of area 81 of the will please give Mrs. Crawford Starke said he was certain no
prejudice was Involved' in his
Heart Association Drive .
your
and addr
your name cs.
failure to make the grade. .
Scribe wishes to thank
each
person Our tint welcome will be given
The law school and its
who contributed. pro
However April 1 which will include all
"
", e are not bay that up touate new home owners. Announcement fesscrs were eminently fair be J
said. "! was treated' like
other
acme Lf we captains hate later. any -.
not yet reported. Please make. student"

cur report to me at once. We an NEW ARRIVALS One of SUrke's professors said a
Ut-rUuut for the captains who Rev and Mrs. W. E. Taylor are there "had never been as much astiro -
waited and for the contributors.Yte pto d to announce that their two minutes trouble in any of my t .-z.z-.,. I
nope to have all of t h e sons Irvin and Fitzroy ages 11 classes because of him." A university { ,
tiejgnis on a highly organized+ and 12, who have lived with their cfftcial said SUrke's bee,
b.4i* for another year |ivtudmj grandparents in Antigua BW1 havior and attitude had been"dory" -
the hundreds of new home; own- : _
nave come to live with their parents
er.. We ask those mho wish. to permanently. They have enrolled The Florida Alligator, student
wale" with Heart Fund to call in Franck C. Martin Elementary publication. Interviewed' Starke
Cc. 5-4244 for your assignment School The Taylor are and his fellow students and reported
iwmemocr the sick.. We visited happy to have these boys, who i 1 }
orv.es4 sck people recently.unong help to mMe up compete family "Re actlon to his year and a V
/ them were Mrs. Nannett living. half on the UF campus has varied ar
otter of Carver Drive who is a from acceptance (in some cases
Uiu\u member of Bethel Bap. The famousRoberta Martin with clenched' teeth) to complete +.
use HUM co. Rev. Rosa pastor.u Singers conducted a most wonderful I' (but usually silent) rejection,"
.. 1.1 etc would get well sooner program of spirituals aa I'I The publication closed' its
*,aa your visits, cards Cowers only the group can sing. The i summary of this first try at in-
auu caa Also we visited the Hetgats should have availed ( tegratkn with this conclusion:
....IRU" Tayiors of Lincoln Blvd. thcrocJvw ofh>> rendition.
.......dtLJflg cheer with them. Wen Those wtoo were there were i "It Starke proved one thing by aIn
..." inspiring talk with Ed highly inspired and left u bene. his three-semester stay here be
'-r..en.. woo" nas been confined in factors of spiritual cnlightmenL I I i proved that the faith and confidence -
vets Hospital, oral Cables.i placed in the maturity of
...je :r* many people who art the UF student body were well
New Home of "
Driving deserved.'
... ot convalescing in our com-
u,.......,. **.-.ac. remember them. School Dedicated Starke's departure left Ester M.
..... is pan of our stewardship Langston of Orlando as the only
...ngnom citizens. The new home of the OTkrrytiMagic Negro<< student at UF Miss Lang-
City Driving. School at stun a Phi Beta JCV at FUk Fine Whiskey. .
*'M.TRONQ MANOR 6362 NW 15th ave. was formal i University' u a first-year studentat
...t'ANDI ly dedicated' on Sunday after the school of medicine
noon. Three other Negroes attended FLEISCHMANH'SisthiBJGbuy
It u wonderful to see the ex The Rev S. A. Thcnus, pastorof summer sessions last year. I(
funuon of Armstrong Manor ML Sinai Baptist Church
a nw subdjvkKA of the Heights pronouncvd *tb* fcxmal dedication
alt week model homes on Ooral of the building. I i !
Ked were started. They will be Vocal solos were' presented by NEED CASH It1 M41
oucnpleted May 1. One of tt.e Arthur Kini and Mrs. Harolaan
muava. "ul bouse. our office Storr. Mrs Eloia* B. Kemp furnished $25 to $600CALL
*' hn nmshed. Sixty new homes music lor the occasion 90 PROOF
wiU fill this new section For information Mr. O'Berry offered some Interesting ; PL8-3653 is why!
call CEu.a Saturday remarks and expressed:
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cvnins and days, Sunday thanks and appreciation to all IDEAL LOAN CORP.
It.; 5-J971. who helped< in any manna in BlENDED WHISKEY
M POQf II% ORAIN NEUTRAL
SPInrs
making Uw school the success: 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. THE
FICItCHMANN
DISTILLING
VISITORS OF NOTE that it has been; since its founding CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
in IM4.
Rev. Charles S. !.pIft7. one"ofthe Rev Thomas also offered the
leading pastors of the AM inv a Uon. the Rev H E. S.
Church of Detroit was our guest Reeves asked the benedictionand

Kev and Spivey.business one visitor of the this most month.outstanding master Elliott of ceremonies.J here served as YOUR: : CREDIT: I IS O.K. AT

ministers and educatorsof IVrsonnel of the school include
America Is planning to haw a .- Benny L. O'2Sen7.t.found-
spacious home in the Heights in der and director: ; Mrs veronica
tfee: future. Your Scribe the E. O'Berry receptionist Miss
broker of course. Welcome to the Ljodine P ik>4<: \HlQl'Cta, David

! HeigMa On Saturday and come back evening soon.your Byaoe Bynoe, shuttle Instructor agent and Robert BAKER: [ S M .


Scrtbe wu hottest to two out. LEGAL NOTICE
standing characters from West
Palm Beach in person Preston NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS$
Tulman active real estate broker NAME LAW 137 North Miami Avenue i
and Roderick (Rod Cameron Notice U beae"en: that the
secretary. to Mr Preston, who undersigned, desiring to engag
is sales manager 0.be New in business under the fictitious
Progressive Subdivision in Went name of PIU..CE SUPER MARKCT. .
Palm Beach. Mr. TUknan, a most 1M N.W. god Avenue
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ener.etc and Mrs ide awake broker Miami, Fla. intends to register lifti MONEY'A [ DOWNlake I
known both locally and nationally the said name with the Ckrk of
for bis perscrveranc in fur. the Circuit Court of Dad. County
tacrir* the cause of Progressive Fla.
Real state on a local, state and W J Prince, Owner
\ national bas*. We were mort March S J2. I'. H many month? ip pay!
than inspired by their visit. -- -


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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MARCH 19. 1960 K. Stubbs of 3903 SW

v. -_ -_-_-...- g. "";-_ _""' _-_-_ to 28th use at.this, West method Hollywood to express wishes herappreciation 1..8 ITY

of thaw to her

.. THIS and THAT many their kindnesses relatives and beautiful friends cards for ....YI.ftd......

and lovely flowers during her 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
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Of civic interest was the First Stewart, Charles Walton Aaron Hospital
Annual Flamingo Tea given by William and the chairman., Mrs. A spedal thinks to Rev.' Mil-
the roster Matter's Club of the Bernard Baillou who did a magnificent son and members of Mt. Zion
Children's Service Bureau. ThU Job In staging the First AME church West Hollywood, NOW SHOWING
cotorful and well attended affair Annual Flamingo Foster Mother's for their kind thoughts. May God
was staged in the tropical setting Tea oi the Children Service bless and keep you.
oi the patio of the Community Bureau. Mrs. Stubbs is at home now
Services Building 10- and doing nicely.
caied at 3>3 NW First St, on Congratulations to Booker T, Katherine Stubbs
.trch 13.Children. I Washington High School for receiving -
tram many elemental the 7th highest nUDe in I
schools and roster home the nation tor their newspaper.The Lion; who is indifferent to me,
caudren/ eUpI.ebe audience teaches me Self-Reliance."
in rendition of readings, vocal Men's group of the St. Thank God for each one of them.
were John's Baptist Institutional i _
and piano. ICD 1UOOS. beT J-
in rare loon as Uxy performed Church crowned Mrs. IDa Foster
like seasoned troupers. Mrs. as "Mrs. Treble Clef and Air Conditioned
L.uis Scnwartman, cnairman ol Nathaniel Townsend u "Mr.
the bOard oi diroctors gave the Treble Clef." This affair climaxed CAPITOLTHEATRE
inVAJ iLW a Mrs Louise A. Al- a festival of aoog under the ,
port, casework sut>enrisor. stated guidance of the Minister oi
Mrs. Margaret Musk; Mrs. Pauline Dunn.Dijoying .
cocasion
me
SAT. Miotnrc I
oft
aitneu, executive director
Coudren's Service Bureau he climate and the SUN. THRU FRI.
*oo e was supposed to have beentoe social affairs is Mrs. Sadie Uxnl- Brigitte Bardot
main ip akr sent a tele cae, a native of lUtUrrille. N.J. "A WOMAN LIKE
ol l'e&&erelative to illness who is the house pest of Mrs.
gram mat: prevented her being there Ann Coleman. SATAN
feu*. J. t*. Casarano swufca for "Revolt in The Big I
Mrs. iUrneUe. Mrs. Cctaarao will I Another socialite and civic House"RITZ
worker has established residence
be remembered as the dynamic
worker woo bas given 10 years here. Mrs. Alethea Droadnax of --
oi tenr ce for the children ofbeue Plant City. Mrs. Broadnax was
County irfie was a member crowned "Mise Zeta Arnicas 1999"
<.t ne board uuring most of in Plant City Mat June. C

UK*r jears. Mrs. Lois llill cue .c i0.
wur&er, introauced: her in glowing wasPrincipal, bedside o TECHNICOLOR
terms.Hula Brooks to the

N. Polite served u mistress of her mother in Tampa twho isgravely AND ..... .... ... ......
ill. We all
hope well
of ceremonies. She Is a goes
tnccnbvr of the cae c' 'nmittee. At with her and that she'll soon be ,t.",'., &0_( .CAlYlH SHIlDOK SWEIHlT EASTHAIA
up and about again.
the the close audience ol the about program one she of told the BUNCHETHEATRES A 4 iii NJI&traits gldfntw c...r,sus ONeS 9ri>ara

national: projects of Zeta Phi It is with sorrow that we
Beta Sorority, that of Foster mention the passing of Henry PLUS-
hune Care. She read directives West, father of Mrs. Lennie Fan- -
from the offICe of the grandpresident Din and Susie Francis. Their !
Dr. Deborah C. Wolfe, brothers William H. West of St. For Indefinite Run
professor of education. Queens Petersburg T. J. West of N e w
College, N.Y. and the Southeastern York and their sisters, Mrs.
regional director, Mrs. Ella Stella Jenkins of Philadelphia THE GREAT ICOO Grit MUMi MOW rvni
W. }.&sacl', Savannah State Cvlta : and Mrs. Cora Hoyt of N.Y. are R1 tftllllll_
..e. Savannah, Ga. These directives here fcr the funeral which: will be 'PORGY .
urged th e participation jaounvnuntty held Thursday, March 17 at four ... IiLEnDDElllE
programs of Foster o'ciock at t he SC John's Baptist AND BESS'
FORDREVnUDSHAMAVONftOOUCnOM
Ikrae Cre.; Mrs. l elite presented Church. Mr West was an ideal
a check for $26 In behalf of citizen and excellent father and SIDNEY POITIER
the Southeastern: Region of Zeta an inspiration to ail rwho knew
Amicae of uhicn ahe !is the assistant him here and in Tampa, hia for DOROTHY DANDRIDGE r "GAZEl
dirvcvor She pledged mer hunt.
personal support .in finding luster SAMMY DAVIS JR. ....CARl R NER
homes lor children ufco need Principal Phillip R Done? of PEARL BAILEY +JOIUIIWiMIIt
ihj type of service." the Collins Elementary School a+naseors
Firsts for the tea were donated Data, will meet all teachers of
by toe Bay Harbor Florist Exceptional Children in District Adults $1.00
8570 Bay Harbor Terrace 10 at the Holmes lemantary Students 75c
Miami and the Friendship Gard School on March 19 at 930
n Club of which Mrs. Ann o'clock. The purpose of this Children SOc STARTS THURSDAY
Ctnunan is pccs1d nL meeting is to formulate. a planned
Garden Ciub members pourIng program for the forth coming J
tea were Mesdames Percy KSTA meeting in April.
(Lama) Styles floss Gibson
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and lona Dukes. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS! A. e tati.SEVE
MM. LUen: Tucker, case worker J. Shoots, Flora Hadley. Chris
imrwluoud: the Foster Mothers tina Eve, Wllhelmenia Rhetta,
present who registered and Daniel E. Johnson
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I Jenkins Par and Birdie Club of MIAMI TIMES.. MIAMI, FLORIDA
Miami. A meeting was held at
Mayme'a house and was attend SATURDAY MARCH 19 1960 PACE
9flTij3
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Around Miami ed by a fine Croup of golfers' who

., '= have become charter members.
Duke was elected president; Leo

-..:1,-By OA.VE (Mr. Swing) BONOUTHIS me.Armbrlster.secretary vice; Vashti president Coleman; ) .,.-,

.. assistant sect Grace Wade
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treasurer; AI Mitchell tournament
I director; Robert Jackson chair i
WILL BI th. list week
this month that HI say anythln I man kins chairman of membership; Chris Jen. t
of
aboUt Guns. You' rod about It "Metro Constitution and
State by.laws
says Attorney
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yours truly is business
and beard about the woman o4 Gerstein, power to manager Amos Jenkins
Wvthsnn pass ; and Dare
aye.Who shot and killed -
18th / a
a -Liiue Act for Bade Marks are parliamentarians; ANaw
mother fire. Believe me if that
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Ccunv.'This. Mary Minor Irma Bodie, Lemmer
fun had been taken away before should be done now and Carter liable Marks Mrs. Robert
now I 'that family of fire kids the public should demand a simi Jackson were In attendance.. AT GRAND.WAY Super Market er the brewers can come up with
would etiil hare a mother. An lar statewide law from the 1M1ftguuature. you'll be surprised at the grand Zek. clan is expecting a
the other moman would not be in : savings you'll find. Beaulah was gig with a national wine outfit
trouble. On March J, Ralph Ren UK. .0 after aU this time. with there last Saturday. After completing real soon The Sportsmen Invites .
kk lave an editorial on WTVJ. fee shootings of Butler, Sheffield LaTely 3-bedroom, 2 bath her grocery shopping she are In the malt You know
Here is want Ralph had to say and others, nr. now find out that being nosey stepped into. the what makes their affairs so great
-It seems to always tab some: Mr. Richard Geratein has the 3120 N.W. 48th Terr. children's clothing department The manner In which one eaa
thing tragically dramatic in order dower to put a law Into effect Mth ,t. at 12th are.) Her words dress casual sport wear, alack
to motivate corrective: action that will prohibit unauthorized Open 3-5 p.m.-JE 8-1340 to me rere. Let's see If we can: or what hsfg'juu.THE .
"Polke in Dade County banthtvxn pew from carrying guns If find something for -Stephie"
out ,ant manhunt in the State's Attorney can take, We Build She's our 5-year-oldster. Let me
an effort to track down a killer line to go into comparatively I No tell you in less than five minutes GLEANERS SeelaJ Clefe la
who preys on might service at small matters It.ke golf courses Money Down she had selected six dresses mailing Invites to Its April' J4**>
tendants. The fact that three bolts moonshine, 8.011'God' (now her normal shopping time complimentary dance at Bayfront
men have been mowed down t1ar"hh... I"L his eyes We hare Iota to build for two dresses is SO minutes. Park audit l'IauraDd
two of them now dead has to saving. lvesthn might be SO x 140 Really, It wasn't hard to under Fashions is what Slimline 8. 8.
brought Co the public's attention some smart people who stand, the prices were below sale Club has on t he calendar for
toe avpaxent. ease with which is. time for a new State's Ash Cull paid fer lets er hams prices at downtown stores, not your Sunday outing at James 1:.
holdup men or. lor. that matter ney. Mr. Genteia has don m. mehb to mention the superb of Scott audit < Otis James bas
SEYMOUR quality
any person, can obtain and poe-. too Dade in these other matters BARON the purchases. Being so pleased, been elected chairman ef the
MI a gun. but let's not pussyfoot Lktn.td Builder Inured we browsed thru all the departments citizens committee to elect Doyle
Toe alt full year of crime around about something that theGuns and from what we saw and Carlton governor of Florida .
figures compiled b7 the FBI is people want. priced we feel free and honest in Lena Horne U knocking 'em deed
!*>& In Dune County there were are a menace to all. and saying there are superb savingsin at t be Eden Roc The Jay-
ever l.OUO armed robberies andover I say stand up and be counted all departments at this ultramodern I William ere Round-up at the home of
a thousand assaults with a bike tOne Negroes in A1abtma discount center tabbed McBride Wednesday
Qeadiy weapon. Tennessee North Carolina: and Grand Way Discount Center Oh, P.ww Just greet Saw a lot of
'bUtisueauy we ranked No. 2 those I old Jaycees for the first time in
places that have been in soy, almost forgot. They welcome .
In the nauon in our crime rate. the news recently. It is time we you to their layaways, its years Gregg Ifamm Xesslerrep .
ttuying a gun here is U simple tried out our nMckbonea and let at the rear of the store, oppositethe the was on hand to help make
as buying an ice cream COAL the politicians know that there is appliance' dept. Roundup a grand one
k' lima law requires that a per a Negro vote. Although this will
vn must obtain a license fromtoe help other race., as well u ours, HERB ORAL POLIO PROGRAM
County Commission be/ore be- we could be foremost In DOUGLAS popular
our
in+ allowed to carry a gun. The starting this thing and getting Mpassed. sent one to Jockey Jack in Cln- Free oral vaccine to prevent
ony requirement is to be ever 11 these parts. The admiration and polio will be given at the Liberty
years oi age with a good moral popularity of the former University Square Project Emergency Sta
character and the posting of a PRETTY GIRL .f the Week: of Pittsburg speed demon has Lion 6306 NW 14th ar*
SIVAJ d6ilar bond. Tbere la DOC Annie L. Finch (Burse' at Jack gained more Pabst lovers here in Monday and Tuesday 10 &.III.
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no fingerprint or photographs, no The Week: Joe ICe Shaw IV-
tang 44 records with a central Jceman of the Week: Clyde Straightenyour

. CDC1. JiAiMinu Finch Secretary of Th. Week;
is the a.. throughout the OlUe Reedcr. FREE !M!
state. In Dade a Metro ordinance hairat

fanner requires some show of DISC JOCKEY Ed CeeK went

gout cause as to wtqr you want and found the stork for his wife, One bottle of delicious gin, whiskey or wine to every
to carry a gun. But, the biggest Phyllis. lie took a Jet and picked HOME It one
) customer who shows this Advertisement after
Meaknea* in the gun laws con him up from the boat. They making
< vttstpun in the Ant place. Any Ed. bed to be different Most
budy can walk into a pawn shop dads pas out dgars and candy Hew yew can Lave eeey4eaaeiHfe -
cr; firearms dealer and buy a but Ed passed out dollar bills ,teay-te-etyie straighthair DRESSES
gun. Jn the city. of Miami-the (only five). One to Schoolboy that woe/t f. beck eveala
hottest hwaid weather.Xaay .
lore ounce is required to makea sent one to Jockey Jack in in-
record of the purchase and cinnati, ....feUew dlreetiema, Thousands of beautiful new dresses, values to $35
lluttcsbaUIQcaaingttamand ..a.yl aek guarantee !sWTLI
send it to the police deputm.L"State I three. He
Attorney Richard Ger- say he's going to sport it up and every package, Only $1.00 and

stein calls our gun lams "totally send one to Stokes. Thompson areal hr__MI1ILMoa. upUNIFORMS

inadequate.. (T. W T.) in Nassau, Anyway .. .....>./Uw JUaMSOULJLM \
"In IMS. the State Legislature congratulations Phyllis and Ed,
refuted to pass a revised gun law enjoy life. ....... ,. swr's I
recommended by the Dade Grand ..........MbM .
Jury and drafted by the State PRACTICALLY all ef the N.
Attorney's oJLce. The Legislature fro golfers are behind Woody twO a.2 M $125w
turned the law aside on the jsugiinghousr, fired manager of awasasr $1.00 $2.00 & $3.00Values
itw ht r ,
reasoning that "if the Russians the Miami Springs Golf Course
ever invaded Florida, we would and a city employee for 31 years. rr.wA to $12
not have the weapons to defend As we see 1L you Just don't ANa 6I
CUI Biff assortment of men, boys and girls clothing
ourselves. I man on apetty charge after he
Every police official contacted hh been a faithful employee for A (SPECIAL CONSIDERATION TO DEALERS)

by WTVJ Mews eAd.ncclbe JI years. I talked with an important 11 AU. 127 N.W. 2nd Street, FR 7.2943
idea of Florida have a law similar city official and he sex COSMmCCGaImIS .., Apparel'I Outlet I
to Near YOJ"".' Sullivan Law. Woody Job is safe if he Is careful w Take Elevator to 2nd Floor
Ttus regulation makes it Illegal of certain people around him.
to poetess a gun without a license As tar as the boys are concerned .
and further no CUD maybe they Just if
purchased unless a license is Woody is given a rotten. dsaL If .IJIII .IW: :. 814'JlN M FSf&l"St' Bl'B llIl" "'

obtained first. An applicant's that happens, the people will
criminal background is checked scream
with local and FBI records.. UNDER NEW AND
-Something can be done herelmmediately THE NITE .f March 11 a new
to correct our ineffectual club wu born. Yep, we finally
gun laws. did it. We now have The Duke
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SAYS: God is one and man Is one. .
Surely we are ready for this long 1188 N.W. 3rd Are FR 41522PLASTIC gY -
awaited maturity, nrhich Jesus
This is a strange da*, a day of promised when He told us of the
contrasts. It is the day of phonies day I'A hen we would be led Into
and the day of the sincere all truth. (John 16:13.)
latter seems We now havebe keys and
although the group
subdued and feeble in comparison cnly have to make the sacrificial.
with the tonne etort to open the door of that
closet, and adorn ourselves rwith
The theme. song "AnythingGoes the precious cloak of maturity
and in the
in business Only then will we reveal to the
entertainment worlds is sung by world through our joyful faces.
"If 1 don't I
too many, who chant the sparkling gem of the image
do it, others will." Patronage in of God within us. 4'f
politics underhanded business Only then will we be able to
I practices, and payola u indulged put on the cloak of the Kingdom
In by the. micro-phonics are1trc.nC of Heaven on earth. Isn't this
evidence of our local and *
true maturity And are we now
national moral decadence. ready for it?
Lest we belittle the efforts o!

the few who earnestly strive fora Taylor Takes Feature .
better world through prayer -- -
and ntorks, let us hearken to the Bout at Palace Kenneth T Williams of 14600
history of Jesu's day. Here is a By ELLIOTT J. PIEZE Fillmore St., Richmond Heights s,
recognizable pattern. Here we tendered his resignation to the
find me materialists. and the spiritual Carrying the fight all the way Miami Housing Authority on
also in unequal proporl- and completely outclassing' his March 7. Mr. Williams resigned
Uon. lighter opponent Benny Taylor. to devote his full time to business
What happened to those mater 215 lbs of Miami punched out a endeavors.' He agreed to continuein
ialists And bow did lUs word unanimous decision over James his assignment from 30 to 60
fare? Rome crumbled and Christianity Robinson 177. Kansas City, Mo.in days until his successor can be
t/rotpervd, despite the the.round main attraction at selected.Mr. COVERS
overwhelming odds. Why Because the Palace Arena Monday nighL Williams Is the owner o(
these things are with God The bout was marked by very the Kenneth T. Williams Shell
of the wortd., The 04 Testament Station located at NW aDd at. Btf twM- *
Kuler savage punching on the part of 1*,_ pFWVCrWV ?w ---I
bears witness to the victoria both fighters.In and 22nd avt. He has real estate Men ....... Ivry III .......,. I'.. .
vt small God-fearing bands the semifinal attraction: holdings in Dad and Browmrd
over tneir godless enemies. With Sonny Teilecbea. 162, Miami won Counties of nrhka be plans to GIo..o.or, i ..-. Die. M.I.e ... DUn.
men these t.b1nia are impossible. a unanimous. decision over liar improve. vob'hc rnt.. IGY.,.II.MO'nt"OOI. .
but with God all things are possible ry BeUfonte In four rounds of Mr Williams a native of Miami DCIT.
good fighting. the son of the Rev. and a r C' of 1ft y.a. I 1R00 NN'l ..1t.Wy ..

the forces" of In other bouts: Mrs! Randolph Williams. He to a ... a [asMp e..... ..... the
Today we see against the iWllie Foster 173. Lakeland, ague.of ML Zion Baptist M .. 1 Wrlwrn".eI -.l0. III. twM-
rising up
c..a.nwn1sm knocked out Leroy Burke 172 of
unrest of democracy. We see the Miami in 55 seconds of ,the second Mr. Williams, hat worked with .hdv....1 toga ......I tlOP...d WI'"'
fences of segregation rising who up round of the opening three the Miami Housing Authority for ell -e. Mdd .M e .tierr
agansl the humanitarians rounders. the pest six yean. He did an
in
uwure equality for all Unlike Chick Vlnnlng. 120 Miami outstanding Job at the Liberty:
tAe day of Jesus, our problems knocked out Bob Square Project before being H !
188
universal, even the Stroud Call Now 1-! 8nJ
are now of segregation.Is I homestead in L45 of the third transferred to Scott Home.
local issue
once round of the second 9-roundcr of
this not a sign of the advent the evening.

of taking Armageddon sues for?good Are or we evil not We all,! a Willie unanimous Taylor decision 172 Miami over Norman woo- MIAMI TIMES ADS 741' N.E. 79th St. Evening l Y.I I 7-0895

must choose. In this battle there Jwied. 168. Utica N.Y. in DON'T COST -
wui be no neutrals. Are we going another 3-rounder. NICHOLAS Plasticovers
to line up with the phonies Jabbin Jake Simmons. 129. THEY.PAYI!
or the sincere : Miami and Jerry Powers 127, Call OX 1-0421 TODAY!
Homestead battled to a draw in
hive otter referred to this age the fourth 3-rounder.
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as tne age of maturity. Every Johnny Hightonrer, 129, Homestead
Uun. seems to point away from won a unanimous decisionover
this theory yet I'll stick to my Ccdric "Dennis The Men For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
g.ns in this belief. flaw Dennis in the fifth 3*
We see the antics in Congress, rounder
where our immature leaders havebeen Arnold RiJ.151, Miami
gabbing away to keep first kncckcd out Rufus Roberts 155, BONDED COLLECTION
class citizens from enjoying those Tampa, In 1:55 of the second
civil rt..bt.bkh, have been round.
guaranteed: by the law of the

land.Even thoseleaders" who pro- Dade Park Brochure \ :

feu a civil rijbts attitude failed I AvailableA AGENCY Inc. a
in their duty by not being on y e
band when needed to prove their free colorful" brochure pin ae
stand. pointing all Dade County Park
We plain folks haven't readied and recreation areas Is now available *
maturity either, as we would throughout south Florida.
not have allowed that true civil Eleven different area Including
rights champion John B. On Jr., popular Crandon Park. Haul-
to be defeated. over Beach Vlzcaya and Maths The largest collection and rental w.
Where, then is this maturitythat son Hammock are pictured n4oVscribed
a"aits us today It is hanging Directions on how to in the South operating in.
in the closet of our conscience reach the areas also included. agency ;
next to the cloak of the The brochure may be picked up
cloak of the Kingdom of Heaven at all Dade parks, Miami-Metro, Dade and Broward Counties'r
on earth. Both are waiting for News Bureau, 320 NE Fifth St,
man to oven the door of his mind Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Negro Housing areas
that he might recognize, admire 1700 Washington Are.
and don these cloaks. Opening North Miami Beach AAA. 1214
this door calls fur great sacrifice, NE 163rd St.; Dade County Wei L L BROOKS President
since it is sealed by the locks of come Wagon 161 Aragon Ave,
prejudice and ignorance. These Ccral Cables
locks can be opened only by the Also Olin's, 2830 NE 2nd ave, MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
keys of universal love and knowl Homestead Chamber of Com
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Is only in recent times that The brochure may also be obtained
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SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1960 PAGE 11
Around The
Bahamas
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By A. H. McKENZIE----- Atlantic Coast Baptist
I& J
Henry Stcrr, learned in the NOTICE .
_ court for the second time that it I te
is not legal to do "number burr
ness" in the Bahamas. Feb. 26 Urgent All members of Queen Successful'Meet!
Hold
Esther's Court No. SOS, Heroine! ...... ;
he was convicted;:; for carrying ona of Jericho till LNG...... gl P,4J
lottery on Saturday Feb 6 and are requested to be ... ....'11 rr
was fined $980. Storr wu convicted present Estella Thursday, March 24. If there were a set of CoaaaauCommaadmeBts lantk Coast Baptist Association I and co-chairman of this depart
in 1931 for the sam offense. Beason M. A. M. I they mljJit rsad convened with the New Bethel13ayWt ment.
Liberty City Mrs. V. Dames
this Church Introduced by
lib
something :
B. & P. Club Fashion RCV. Ernest: Williams pastor Mrs. M. Johnson, was the speak
/ tae dealer
be misled by
Harold Saunders fir, 28, h a a Flair I wont Feb. 2428. The welcome programon er for the women at S p.m. Sun
SundayThe who lures Into hi* store with an
me
been charged with the murder of Wednesday evening was very day She gave a very thoughtful
hj: -year-old sister Alice attracts advertisemeat of a standard interesting. Mrs. L B. Brawn was message. In the annual Queen's
Cicare at Harbor Island, on the Business and Professional triad hem and thea tries to ).1.c. Contest which followed Mrs.
r..:-' of February 28. The victim Women Qub of Murrell YWCA talk ms into a hlihcr priced off-brtod Three sessions were held dally Florence Hepburn of Temple was
cordially invites the public, to at and declared queen, and Mrs. 1C.
w:* flown to the Princess Mar.c tend kcm. and each one was inspiring
:::? Hospital in Nassau, where Sunday Tashion March Flair of I960" on I woal be rushed Into buying aay : Informative. Challenging messages Johnson of St. James, princessfor
20
at 4
d..d: early the next morning.Mr pan. at were delivered by the RV. the year.
case
the talk of last chase*-
home of the Edward J. thing by a I J. L. Johnson, 1. C. Mlcklns. Ernest Among the visitors were Dr.
; Cleare wa shot by her Braynon Sr, 1160 NW 53th Terr. I wool permit a household appUaac llutcheson, J. A. King andL. J. A. Finlayaon, president of the
tr Jicr ,n the home of their parent Outstanding entertainer and *, tatarisioa or radio set to betakes A. Thunpson. Alternates were General Baptist State Convention
Mr and Mrs. Harold I models will be featured on the from my horn for repairs with- Revs. T. G. Taylor Joseph Smith, of Florida Rev. S. L. Gay
Sounder Harbor Island has not program. oat Bid recdving la writing aa east!- J. A. Butler. W. Rev. N. F. Clark Rev. Brown
hsd a murder case in over a century mate of the repair cost I will get MOM and U. L. Grew Mrs. L. A. Moran, Missionary
Annual Sermon Rahn from the Bahamas. Dr. R.
ffttwtn that BO additional chart Choir fromhe following W. .
Puryear was on hand to receive
H=raid dcGregory won his 11.t will be made,without my consent churches: sang du.rinCbe conclave the contribution for Florida
;, cut: against Cyril St. JohnSvc And Program Sun. I want& accept aa oral goarante I : New Bethel, St. James, ML Normal Memorial College.
: on, editor of the Nuuu rfl get It la writing and make awe Iadcrstaad I Olivette Temple, Spiritual Missionary All officers were re-elected.
Ikra.d on March 1 In the First annual sermon and pro. what It says and Chat II'' Baptist of Perrine, andEbenezer Newly elected are Rev O. Pratt
(irstes: Corrt Stevenson was cram for both St. Matthew fully.I West Palm Beach. parliamentarian, and Rev. Ernest
r..-col $280 and $29.50 costs. His Lodge No. 670 Free and Accepted protects m* all detafis of the The women's det>artincnt, un llutcheson, historian Mrs. H. W.
counsel, L. O. Pindling said bed Masons and St. Matthew Chap win .Insist that der the leadership of Mrs. L O. Moss and Miss Elsie Douglas are
w -: appeal the case. ter No. 180 Order of Eastern sl be fadaded la th* contract. I Pratt bad a unique program on the new secretaries in the wo
Star will be held next Sunday. will dot a ron 0& the aoouaKi. Friday The delegate were enlightened mews department.
Stevenson was alleged to have March: 20. I pm. at Matthew by the message of Mrs., Congratulations are due Pastor
(TZubetous statements in The Temple AME Zion Church 1628 C. B. Miller Mrs. Maggie Green, Williams and congregation for
llcrstf against deGregory during NW 5th av*. Mrs. M. Johnson and Mrs. Susie the splendid way' they entertain
< :? recent election campaign at C. llolley. president of the wo ed the delegation.The .
G and Bahama. The public Is well u the Masonic BARGAIN IN men department of the General
association will meet at
Family are cordially Invited Ua$4ist; Convention. Dr. D.
New ML Zion Homestead Rev.
Fc_ and urged' to attend The ,
Richard
"x Seymour of East pro. LADIESSHOES Simpson some practical advice
gave H W. Moss
.is pastor, next year.
S'::'C'C' was the winner of the gram gigantic. during the Child's Health
Sjr-bcam: car raffled by the Ba- The Rev. Alphaeus Clarke
Poindana
hour a class from the
ra:::sj Humane Society at INS. Rolle of Nassau will preach the Elementary School, accompanied : Why be Out of Style?
S:_-_:n on Feb. 29. The raffle sermon. Don't miss hearing this CANCELLATIONSAND by Mrs. I, C MkJUns gave an intemting Let us convert yitir dtMbtt-
nrjr..ttee collected $7,840. The man of God.Alexander. skit on health, and breast suit to. single breasted,
tuto won by the 17-month boy Lucas Jr. W. M. SECONDS the Junior Red Circle and Sunshine narrow lapel $18 up.
C:;;' 2240. George Farrington, secretary Band of Temple rendered Your Smiling Tailors, 817 N\f
Willie Ruth R. Lucas W. M. 561 N.W. 29th St. music. Mrs. Josephine Brady and 3rd AV* Reuben Hepburn, Prop.
Mrs:: SavaUta Oriander 04. died Be Davis secretary Mrs, V Stracnan are chairman : tadf
at her residence on Bias St. on Rev. Daniel Pridgxn, pastor
March 2 She is survived by a
u&hter.: : Mrs. Marie Douglas acm ----
Arthur Orlander, both of New
Yz k. 10 grandchildren and 32 Used TV's $19.95 Get out of the rut! Come and see
:3r grandchildren. Funeral _r-
vs were held at Zion Baptist Authorized Service on All Makes of
<.':. rd1.
Transistor RadiosSOOTIN'S Bishop HunterWHO

Euna WUliams .Is being tried in TV
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The election at Grand Bahama I the past 33 years i .'W ..., x r y ,
csj Binum: is over but there is t
came bitterness lingering. On LICENSE If you arc sick and v#
ie mgnt of Feb. 26, Austin worried or in trouble '",
o-air s hotel at West End. Grand this U th. place to I t'! .

Iki jf ems quor uas to entered the tune and of bottles$70 BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE com Don't stay in the '" ,-flit

smashed: In Nassau the PLP isr rut. Push back the veil It *,ta
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) the election.S.xynineyearold. gas. t
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Still Can .... --- THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Register PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1960
Broward \ '

Registration of Dade County .. .

property owners entered its second County fi' ;

phase this week with tht Newsy ',.., ; .
116 W. Flagler St. central office .. -t
1.
U sole site at which freeholderscan : :,...... ... 1.OongratulaUons.
register. '
Hours are 830 am. to 5 p-m. \tt4' -
Walter Bow
Monday through Saturday. Dead- 1l
line is Saturday, April 2.
More than 60,000 property ..-... .... --
ownen have registered at previously
oened branch offices and The first grade of Carver.
at the downtown office, according i Ranches Elementary School presents .
to Claude Brown registration The Sleeping Beauty at
supervisor. the school's cafetorlum March :sat ; I ,r
He added that a full staff at 8 pm. The public is invited. t
the Flakier St. office has kept Admission children 25c, adults
,
property owners from waiting in 50 cents.

lines while signing up for the RENT 2-bedroom apart rent, kitchen
May 3 $46 million bond Issue. Anita S. SeweD of 8417 SW FOR I bath and living room stove and
Non property owners also may refrigerator furnished quiet
21st si celebrated her 15th
sign up to vote In regular elections her _. ROOM at 141 NW 9th street, apt. neighborhood. Brownsville area
weekend at
last
birthday -- ---
if they do not already hold No. 1. See Miss Montgomery. Phone NE 4-3933.
cards. home. She is the daughter of Mr. to Leroy Wllkerson A9
voter registration
and Mrs. Howard SeweU of Carver wbo was deputized on

Ranches. March. 9 by Sheriff J. Quill of FOR SALEA
House of Albert .
this county. Mr. Wllkenon will NICE FURNISHED rooms, near

Star Light Lodge No. 542 meets serve as deputy of Carver Ran- down to.jm conveniences. Phone WATERFRONT LOT, 60 X
10330 SW
Willie M. Banks o f FR 3.9327.ROOM .
March 18 8 ches. Ellis King pinned on t h e 122. Washington Park first ad-
died Ken- Friday night pjn.
182nd st, Perrine, in
at the Masonic Temple on Pembroke badge in the sheriff's office last dition. Lot 11 block 8. Fort
,
dall hospital following an extended I Nice middle aged woman
Wednesday.The Lauderdale. Phone OX 1-7352 or
Road. Clarence Johnson
Funeral services neat.
illness. or nice man. Sober, clean
were conducted March 5 at ),It. W M.; Hiram Ash secretary. 5710 NW 19th ave. NE 4-4493. NE 44943.
Sinai Baptist Church Perrine South Broward ProgressiveClub
Burial meets' at the home of Roscoe $1,000 DOWN
Rev. J. EL Murray pastor. -
In Paradise Memorial Gar- Knight Templar Command Parson corner of 54th aye. NICE ROOM tor lady In private On account' of death I am selling
dens. His survivors are a wife 2 No. 38 will meet Sunday after- and SW 20th st on March 23. home. Convenient to three buses: 5-room house and 2 efficiencies -
daughters 2 grandchildren and 2 noon March 20 at 230. Membersare IS, 14. 23. Quiet neighborhoodVery all furnished. This Is a good
great grandchildren.Leroy asked to be present at this Walter A. Rowe celebrated his reasonable. Must have suitable income for life. $13,000. 1044 NW
meeting. Obediah Ferguson, E. birthday March 17 at his home. : reference. Phone NE 33166. 64* stHOUSE

Hicks of 1343 NW 2nd Cunrnander. Mar 26
ave. died Feb. 27. He is survivedby on business lot 22nd ave.
two brothers including Eddie You are cordially invited to RUMMAGE SALE HOUSE completely furnished corner. $35 month. $11.500. No

Hicks a sister of Palatka and hear the Herman Thomas Gospel I Five cents to a dollar good surrounding s, two children. cah needed. TU 74592.
several other relatives. He w a s C.jorus at Mt. Zion AME Church, Clothing, lamps, pillow, tables $16.50 per week Apply at 1934
sent to Palatka. for final rites. SW 18th it. West Hollywood I. and chairs NW 58lh at NE 58915.
March 20 at 830 pjn. Mrs. Blatch 749 N.W, 62nd Street
Rev. Hershell Jones of 1829 NW and Mrs. R Carter, sponsors. DAVE TRADING POST SpacioulAuditorium
4th ave, died at his home March PREFER Single person, will con-
10. Funeral services trill be con- cider married couple with no
ducted March 19 at 3 pan. at children, to share rental expenseon
Friendship Baptist Church 4-ro en fully furnished beuse.58th .
where he was associate minister st and 18th ave. NE 5-3154.
Rev. C. J. Burney officiating. He PALACELiberty IN LIBERTY CITY ,
will be on view in the chapel
I-BEROO'-4- HOUSE. 4 rooms
from 5 Friday until 7 a.m.
Saturday pm.when he will be takento and bath, porch lights water Available for Church use
furnished. Call at 2280 NW 62nd t
Pool _
City )
the church and will remainthere (
.
It. Phone MU 15740.ROOM
until funeral time, after
which he wiU be sent to Amcrlcus N.W. 17th Avenue and 70th Street for rent or furnished Phone OX 6-0231.
Ga. for final rite lie is survived
house NA 1-6840.
by his wife a son and a Phone OX 1-6723
brother.

Friday Saturday Sunday Only DUPLEX APT. Three rooms, private -
Mrs. Mafgie Freeman of 1776 bath large back yard utility
March 18 19 and 20 H. L. WALTON
NW 75i it.. died In Jackson Memorial room. Call NA 1-9407 or NA
Hospital March 13. Her 11897.
survivors include her husband, a Transfer
sister and relatives in Troy Ala. Buster BrownThe ROOM for rent. Private borne.

plete.Funeral arrangements are inco n- Male. Call NE 4-0427 after 630 For quick, dependable
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Bennie Kelly of 6124 SW 66th CREATOR "FANNIE MAE"Pius LARGE front room. Two girls or .
It.. South Miami died March 16. couple preferred. Call PL 76672. FR 3 9915
Funeral service will be conducted -

March 19 a t 12 noon at TED TAYLOR AND HIS ORCHESTRA FROM $15 per week furnished 1529 N.W. 6th Ave.
Mt. Nebo' Baptist Church, Rev J. and unfurnished apts. Manageron

E. Murray, -astor. He is survived Friday and Saturday 9 p.m. Until? premises between 7 and 9 Reaonable RatesPROPHET
by ha parents Mr. and Mrs.
am Saturday, 844 NW 70th St.
face Kelly both grandmothers; 1 Sunday Matinee 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. NA 16953. I I I
grandfather and an uncle. lie
will lie in repose in the ch pel FRIDAY NITE BARN DANCECome
from 12 noon Friday until fun-
eral time. Burial in Evergreen. in Your Overalls

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Peek LUCYEA
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Alexander Littles resident of .

Miami for the past 23 years, diedat
home Tuesday morning Mr. FRIDAY SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MAR. 25 26 27

Little was a native of Welaka. BUSTER BROWN AND HIS ORCHESTRAAt
Fla. He practiced bartering on GREAT SPIRITUAL
NW 2nd and 3rd ave*. for more The of Hallandale
than 20 ,..an. lie11 survived by

three sisters Mrs Willie Mae 4 PALMSAt ADVISOR & HEALERFrom
Jackson of Opa Locks Mrs Hattie -
Smith of Oreascent City, and
Mrs. Irene Johnson of Welaka.
two brothers Henry L. Littles of New Orleans, La. and Greenville S. C.. Are
Miami and Clarence W. Littles of The

NYC. The body will be shippedto : you suffering, sick or need advice. If 'o, see this
Welaka for final rites.

Spiritual Brother, Prophet and Helper.He .
Friends of Mrs. Edith Taylor PALMS
1890 Ali-Baba a ve Join her In (
grief of the loss of her six-year-
old son Johnnie Edward. who L : baa that God-given power to heal by prayer.
died in Jackson Memorial Hospital OF HALLANDALEPhone
Monday, March 7. Funeral- WA 3-4269 Guaranteed to heal the sick and ailing. There is no

services were held Monday afternoon -
at 4 o'clock In chapeL pity for those who now they are in hard luck anddon't
SAT. SUN. MON. TUES.
Rev. Mcdeary officiated. The interment ,
was in Evergreen.Mrs. March 19202122'BOBBYI come to see the prophet. He guarantees to helpor

Lillian Johnson died at not one cent.
borne, 2070 Lincoln st. Saturday
morning. Mrs. Johnson bad been

a resident of Opa Locka for eight BLUE BLANDAND Mr. and Mrs. W. C. M. of Brooklyn, N.Y., write:
years. She leaves to mourn a son
Iva Lee Gaines of Youngstown, ; "Since I drove down from New York to see Prophet
Ohio a niece. Mrs Charlie Reed AND HIS
two nephews C J. Caldwell and Lucye, I now own my home and a late model car anda
Herman Gained of Youngstown. With Little JUNIOR PARKER

The body will lie in the chapel nice bank account. He answers your questions, and
from 0 pjm. Thursday until the Saturday and Sunday Admision 1.00Monday 75c

hour of shipment to Bainbride Sunday Matinee 6 a.m. Until? solves your problems."
Ga. tor final rites.
.

DEATHS ELSEWHERE 1818 13th Ave. SouthSt.
M C. Hicks died March 15. [Beginning Wed., Mar. 23 thru Sun., Mar. 27 (niter)

Gone, but not forgotten.JT HOBBY BLUE BLAND AND HIS ORCH.At Petersburg, Fla. Phone 7-20074
leaves a widow, Gladys 7 MAR24You
listen, a lie, nephew. niecesand The PALACE (The Pool)
resided at 2269

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TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM Range .


SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1960 PAGE 13 I family of the late of In our sad dear but husband loving remembrance and brother I James Goodman of 763 West

MRS. DORA B. PUMMERwho 23rd st- Hialeah died in JacksonHospital
departed this life February I March 10. He will be

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM 24, 1MO wishes to thank their remembered among the: pioneers
I neighbors and friends for kind of Miami having come her from
nes es shown during their hoursof Garnet S.c. during the year 1921.
family of the late In sad but laving memory of bereavement Thanks for your In 1925 he moved to Hialeah

MR. URIAL BURROWSwish our mother and sister I cards, flowers and other gesturesof I where he resided until the Urn
to thank the many friends sympathy. Special thanks to'' cf his death. lie owned and op
for their kindness card and I
Mrs. Mac-caret Delaney and the crated a neighborhood store and
telegrams, shown to us during our. Francis Funeral Horn.. was actively engaged in that
hour of bereavement. Many The Bryant Family business up until the time of his
thanks- to the Honor Guard from I passing. His survivors include
the Homestead Air Force Base,' Mrs Den T. Goodman his widow
the American Legion Witham1tenry CARD OF THANKSThe ; a daughter, Gwendolyn,
Bethel Post 281 of Richmond I \ a sister Mrs. Mary McNeaL Services -
Heights also Rev. N. F. family of the late.JOIL t'l were conducted on Wednesday -
Clark officers and HENRY BROWN
members of at Mt Zion BaptistB Church.
St Matthews' Baptist Church and wish to extend thuds for the Burial was In Evergreen.
the Richardson Funeral home many cards and florals that were
Again: we say thanks to a U. sent Special thanks to the Rang 1'-" _-4IIIdv. .'_ _
Funeral Home for sympatheticand l Henry West of 7001 NW 13th
IN MEMORIAM understanding service to ave. died at his home on March:
Rev." Cleo Albury for his sermon- 12. lie l had been a resident of

In memory of our dear one v. ette, and the boys at Shuttle's Miami for 12 years Survivors include
Tavern. 4 four daughters Mesdames
who departed this life a "'-
ago
March 91. 1058. year ....... The Family LJnnie Fannin principal of R. R
I .. Moton Elementary' School; SusieW

,' #. IN MEMORIAMIn Francis, instructor at Dorsey;
-- Stela Mae Jenkins of Philadelphia

"i'iI1t. \ and Cora W Hoyt of N e w
: REV J C JOHNSON
4k1 .- ., < sad but loving memory ofREV York two William of St.
sons
I -Ao. _. who departed this life March 20,
I .Iil -- 1947, Petersburg and Thomas of New

tr' May he ret In peace and light York; two sitters, a brother, and
.. 4. perpetual shine upon him. six grandchildren. Funeral services
Mrs Marion Johnson wife were conducted on March
EVA BROWN 't The Johrwon Family 17 at St. John Baptist Church.
who departed this life March 15, Bunal m Lincoln Cemetery.
1959
Dearest mother thou but left
us here thy ices we deeply feel, DEATHS Mrs. Gloria Willie Lowtt of
but tis God that hast bereft us. 130 NW 60th St., died on Satur-
He can all our sorrows heat I M). Man**, 12 Her survivors include
Marie and Herman Williams, six children. Services art
daughter and son-in-law tN'Um.If't
Beatrice Fowler, sister Richardson .
Pa Mrs Gimie Harris ef 137 NW
Mattie Smith niece' J, N. BYRD Mrs. Date Estina Johnson of 15th" .<.. died at her residence on
Pittsburgh, Pa. who died' March 2t, 1059. 4C3 NW eth at., apt. 5, died' In March 13 Mrs Harris had been a
Gone, but not forgotten. Jackson Memorial Hospital on resident ef Miami for 33 years
Mrs J. N. Byrd wife March 3. The body was shipped She is survived by her husband,
Mrs Mary Byrd mother to Ft. Valley, Ga. She is survivedby I Eugene; two brothers Frank

IN MEMORIAM a husband sisters brothers. Griffin and Robert 3 ''''m. Mes-
IN MEMORIAMIn dames LuU: Keaien Earma J'DN.
. --- ...-a.- --- Charlie Williams of 190 NW Amanda ANton Lncai J services
In:: memory of our darling wife, ad but loving memory of
MR HCtRY N CLARKE. SR mother, and grandmother, our beloved huMmnd and tether i 18th *.. who died' March 2 in will be cofHtuctrd March 19 at
I! to 40: f.jn at )It. Sinai. Baptist
Now York City was shipped
The of death
scrrouv compassedus. _. I
--- -- --= -'" 1 Church She lll be
VG Miami where funeral services sent to Cairo.
acre held M.Rffrom the Ga for final rite
We found much' sorrow Then
called chapel He leaves to mourn a
U- wife, mother, three sisters' two
of the Lord.
Upon t he name Mrs. Kebceva Holland of 2331
brothers three and cousins.'
aunts
O. Lord we beseech Thee' deliver NW Tlnd *. died In Jackson
our souls H..piiei. > on March 15. She Is
Gracious .to the Lord and righteous Infant boy Burden of 320 NW survived by her mother Mrs

; yes 7th St.. apt 13 died' in Jackson Lucmtia Han*!*, tree sons, Arthur
Our God is merciful May He Hrwpltal en Feb. 25. Services<< lair George Henry and Alft '.
teat in peace. 'rrr held March 29. He .te survived two Wilson two alters, five
Mrs Vera Clarke, wife G by a mother and father. brother Service will be conducted -

Mrs. E. C. Jenninc. daughter on Marc 19 at I p.m, at
Henry Clarke Jr. con Jamm E. Japer died on March Mt Calvary Hf>Ut Church tier
7 at Jackson Hospital. Tarptey will officiate. Burial in

GvergmnJamec
IN MEMORIAMIn Milton Brown of 1942 NW 3rd
i ct apt 7. died In Jackson" Hospital
< remembrance of our dear held at Eversrreen Garden on 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.

wife and mother F<4> 29 He .to survived by his Jarow A. I-kvefeam Sr. of 1150
parents NW 5th sty died at home March
I 8. B sides his pareeta he is survived

Funeral services" for Mrs Cora by a .....Funeral ar-
j + Lee Dry who died at Para villa rand......Ma are uicompkle.

p CnnvaVorent Home on March 3.
were held March 12 from the
Forre HryaM of H91 NW26ed
I chapel, She 'la survived by one
TESSIE GLOG'mtwt' MR ROGENE MILTON eve dint in Jackson Hoa-
ducartrd this fife March 17, who departed this life March: 20, tt..tdrtf'f' htHtand. cousin Mrs. petal Mardi 17. IW U survived by
Wilson
.ib 1957Gene tl 5* his >\\'tA.. Mary, three brothers,
but not forgotten' Asleep tn Joua, peaceful teat 'f""tr si....... Lnr'l arrangements
The Family Who** waking is supremely blest Jn**>h Ff'<44e Final rites will ben
Mrs Mile Waahm daughter hour 13 Funeral will be held March

That manif**** the Saviour IL9 at 1 pm from St Paul BaptJ -
power .t Church The bndy will be on Willie W.lMa of 4790 SW 20th

IN MEMORIAMIn The Milton and Gray view" frrvn Friday evening at 6 WM Holly weed, died at his
Families until funeral time He leaves a rtwki nev March 17 Survivors include
wife son.Mm his widow. Heoen, a sister
,
sad but l lovln* memory of
dear husband father MEMORIAM Mrs Martha Williams, a brother,
our ton IN
RSe Williams. who Wit Lawrence, and kher rvlaUve Local
I \ and brotherTU10THY drummed In North Canal. March Mrvk" arc tentatively set
-- .-- tr 11... thlfved to Fayetteville' for Tbur"' .d.,. March 24 at Mt
; t 1 cev' VC Monday. March 14 Tabur Baptist Church of Liberty

City at an hour to be announced.
,.- ; Aaron Pitta. 1W>4 NW 8fh ave Final rites wi:>1> be in Dell Ga.

,,_1&.., 4. .... w died" In Veteran's Ho Hal March
_.0 r.-' co. M The body wan shlppe/l to Bay

IENRU7'rFA THOMAS f Pine He leaves a wife and
.1'
who departed this life March 19, tier relatives
.
1958 Ita bun two years ..tnceYGIoI"e FLY TWA JETTO
Sarah P Jarloon. 900 CnDfnt
and have "
been gene me THE
live Miami Beach died at Mt Sinai -

miMed will never you be so fiHed much.. Your place .... ..\.. Hnemital The body was shipped A.M.E. General
')> in Detroit
The FamilyCARD ConferenceHELD

Sidney Jen". who died In
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THANKSThe I aa Kendall Iffl.>>taV Arranifrments IN
OF .
.... are Incomplete
LOS ANGELES
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family of the late 4iI May 2-17 1960

GEORGE THOMAS ; '. >.L :. .........' Seniors .
"
ALEXANDER .:. '. \ '. 4.
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.. .. $267.96 Round Trip
.
.-TK passed away on Feb.!' 23, '" '. .. ." : The body of WirUe Richardson
'. Plus
$22 del Surcharge
friends ... rot MXM NW .'
wish to thank the many 17t| "f' who died
Pa127.00 Now Balance Later
-
and neighbors Mr and !tri Davis March 13 will be shipped to Baltknrr -
for the many deeds of kind ,. Md for final rites lie ifitrvHed (4 Ho"-TjJp)
new, cards and beautful flowery f by two sisters and a
tefofram*. our pastor Rev I. C. -. brother ASK ABOUT OUR ALL

Clark and th* Richardson Funeral N TYNES JR. J W JACKSON EXPENSE COSTS
Home its wonderful man- a tale I 'n1f' body of Joseph Bcorjmln
for tirlJ: We March 18, We spend our years as
acemettts. May God besa! you I who departed that is told of Perrine who died Marrh 13 Make RtMrvatlO" Now
one and all. 1959. Dear one i we revel in the was chtrpeH to Mrs for
forfotten.
mother Gone, but: not life with final rites He is survived his
Stella Alexander, atea standing open memory of a beautiful by NORTH'S
are
Anna Bell Alexander, sister I Heaven Waiting for our entrance there; you, so that on this one year anniversary mother and two brothers. TRAVEL BUREAU
James Alexander brother over oI'our paasing ** ,
we're going
Harold Alexander brother Some the sweet beauties day shire.Lilla have fond. memorial. ; Graveside services tor the Infant Phone FR 9-6779

2 aunts, one uncle All K. TYnes. wit. Mrs. Mattie Jackson, wife inn of Mrs Iiola Turman of 1104 NW 3rd AvenueMIAMI

--TJegiater Olive Tynea mcttoer: Mrs. Eugenia Thomas. I 420 SW 6th It., Homestead, was
Rose ConJditv daughter daughter held Mar oti 17 wttn the Rev C. T1
Nkfcolson grsEdcoa Ie KoCUry offle! _
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Doris R. Akin, pastor liev. George 1: Johnson pawn
J. Lalluer, assistant Mrs fn/uus AnonAS, reporter

Sis. T. Wallace reporter Sunday bcuuol ...,.._..........., $.UO
2310 N.W. bath Street Mw O6U1 VVbisniO llUUU
u--ii-oiiij.il.
Sunday School lOcOO tuuug up.e6 alerting' ___ d.uO
Morning worship 11:45

1MIne umrd Evening worship 730ST. ML:1KUYUL11An; AMt:

to LUKE BAPTIST Rev. J. J. Williams pastor

Sunday btnuut ..... ......... ...."
Rev. P. W. Williams pastor .-au.u..u. MrOriUUp -,.L-I.. 11.VU
Mrs. Bunesta Green, reporter a.Yetw.a wuta41 ............., ,;w
Sunday School ................ 930
Morning worship ______ 11:00
BTU JL 530 Zion Hope M. Baptist

ST. JAMES BAPTIST Evening worship ________ 7:00
Kev. Pi
I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 223 N.W. 14th Street begins Remember March, 14 this and ends anniversary March .*lw .N.W. o>>ia Freeman a* ,uu, Ula pastor Ate.auuoay .

PACE 14 Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor 18. Scaool 930
SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1960 Sunday School ._.....,.. .9: O Morning Service* 11:00
Morning Worship _____ 11:00B. ST. JAMES A. M. E. BTU &UQ
T. U. 530 Evening: Service ,:00

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST I MARTIN MEMORIAL AME Evening Worship ........_..-... 730 Rev., H. McNeal Harris pastor (Tuesday night)
Visitors are always welcome Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter
1571 N.W. bath Terrace Richmond Heights Sunday School ..,.............. 930 GREATER NEW
Her. Ernet Williams pastor Rer. L. R, Brown, pastor FRIDAY Morning Worship ......... 11:00A. BETHEL
L B. Drown, reporter Wilma Harris MEAT C. E. League ...... ...... 530 Rev. W. K. Smith pastor
,
Sunday School .................... ".JO Sunday School __ reporter__ __ 9-40 OR NOT Evening Worship ..._........... 7.:00 Mrs. R. Cooley Clerk
BTU Morning worship ......._.. 11:00 Morning worship ..-.....-...- 11.-00 Morning Worship ... ... 11:00:
530 ACE League ................... 430 By Father Robert DtQrtndle St John's of The Naxarene Sunday School ...r............. 930
Evanlng worship ______. 7:00 Holy' Redeemer Church B. T. U. 530
Church of Th. Open Door. I Ins N.W. 58th Terrace Evening: Worship 7:00
FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. Catholics are no trying to show Lawrence Reddick, pastor
fConsrentionan off when ther abstain from meaton Frank uryani AsIodat,
C. J Bum" pastor Rev. W. C. McDonald pastor Friday. Rather, they are making Sunday School 100 ST. PAUL A. M. E.
Claudia Wilson., reporter A. E. McNeal. reporter a sacrifice in honor of the Morning worship ______ 11:00
Sunday School .,. .,............-. 930 Bath of Jesus on Good Friday Evangelistic service ... 2:00 Rev. M. J. Fayson. pastor
Kerning worship ........ .... 11:00 Members' and friends are still In doing this they also are following 19th St and 4th Court
Evening worshli ,:00 enjoying the wonderful series of the command of Christ to HOLY REDEEMER Sunday School 9JC
sermons preached by Rev. Me. do penance for sin. Like athletes Morning worship 11W
Let us continue In prayer for Dowell on "Witnesses to His who keep' themselves in good Mass '7 and 10 (Sundays) ACE League ._._._. 530
the sick and shut In and those Passion. We have had Longurus condition by rigorous training Novena 730: (Wed. night) Evening worship ......_..__ 7.UO
out of town. Peter Dismus. Pilate and Simon and abstaining from soft foods Baptism by Appointment
The funeral services for the will be the witnesses for the sermon and luxuries the Catholic Information Class I pjn. In BETHANY BAPTIST

Rer. !!. J. Jones of this church Sunday. people are strengthening their School. All are Invited 2071 N.W. 45th SL
will be held Saturday Circle spiritual muscles so that they will Everyone is welcome at Holy Rrv.
evening at No. one met at the parsonage be strong when Kdy Keaum., pastor
2 p.m. at the Friendship Baptist Tuesday night Mrs. th.atruat.. Marjone Shelby
Esrnart
wtld NEW reporter
: HOPE
temptations of P.B.
daily CHURCH
Church.
Continue In prayer for Crowder b the Sunday School
president 930
life Self control is -
the family. Quite a number of ladies 'were denial: our Savior came won to by leach ee f Rev. H. C. Samuels. pastor* Morning worap __ __ 11:00:
present and enjoyed interesting us both. Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter BTU 530
CORINTH BAPTISTRev. pictures showing some of the The Catholic Sunday School ,............... 930 Cvemtu; -It"'H p ... ......._ 7.-00:
work of Rev. and Mrs. McDowell Church was Morning ....
service ..... 11:00
founded
W T. Thomas, pastor while they were mlssionarie in by a holy Man and He BTU NEW
531 ; HOPE
1450 N.W. 59th Street Africa. wanted all Hk followers to be BAPTIST
Evening
worship ., ._ 730
Phone OX IausSU holy "Be you perfect as your --1 Rev. James E. Brown
da, School ________ ISO: The Future Teachers of Heavenly) Father b perfect" Bro. Vandell) Bovan. pastor
Horning worship ............ 11:90 Northwesters high school will be (Matt 5:44)). Christ's Chorch GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. Morning Worship _._.reporter_ 11:04:
Evening worship ........_.. 740 our guests Sunday. j must teach a holy doctrine and Rev. S. A. Cousin pastor Evening Worship ..____ 7:00:
and successful pastor Friends and visitors are always not one that tells people to do Mrs Jenette Tattoo reporter B. T. U ...... ........... ..._._.._._ 530:
Come and hear welcome to what they want One of the
worship
a gospel preacher with us signs
Sunday
School ..
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Sunday that the .w.
morning at 11 in the aud- -flrtfer f Cod Is there"is
tortum of the Seventh the fact that Catholicism Morning Worship ,._...r.... 11:00 ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E.
Adventist
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe Day requires Evening Worship ... .
,
:00
School NW 50th at. and people to "deny thetntfivrn Rev. E. M., Blocker. pastor
Baha'ls of Greater Miamiwiu 24th ave. and tilt* tm lh-. frntm- tn ML Pleasant Cloe Sweeting, reporter
mroraie rvaw Ruz. ifirw' folio Christ This Is exactly Methodist Sunday School ..._.._.._.__. 930
Year) Monday March 21 In the t' WALKER TEMPLE what the Catholic Church has 2170 Washington Street Morning Worship ..._.._....... 11:00
home of Mr. and been doing for centuries.: Abstaining Ops Locka ACE. League ..._.._.._ 8:00:
Mrs. Wlllllam Bethel 545 NW (Church of God In Christ) from meat on Friday Sunday School _____ 930 am Evening Worship ... ..... .. 7 00
20th st The Naw Rue Feast also 1789 N.W. 69th Terr. dates back to the year 200 A.D. Morning worship _. 11 aim
marks the end of a 19-day dawn Minister S. Mclntyre. reporter This indicates that It was most II Evening service 73C MT. ZION A. M. E.
to-dusk fast period. A picnic Elder J. J. James pastor probably started by the apostles.
supper will be served at 530: Sunday School .......".........,, 10:00 or shortly after their deaths. The I MORNING STAR BAPTIST 22nd A.... Corner 152nd StOp
pm. Noon Service .......w......._.. 12:00 custom Is over 1700 yean old and Locks
YPWW _- 830 no where is it ever recorded-to 514 NW 24rd Street Rev. C. J. Jenkins pastor
Mrs. Zella Svendsen DO tell Evening Service _"_ 1:00 the writer's knowledge that Rev. I. Clarion pastor Sunday School ......_.._.._.._... '..30i
Daha'i lecturer and teacher, who anyone ever died from making Sister Sadie Luis, reporter' i Morning Worship ............... 11-00
has taught in Banal summer ST. such a mild sacrifice. However Sunday School ............... 13-0 League .. ......................._.._.. ... 5-00
schools in Eliot Me. Blue Ridge MARK P. B. CHURCH there are many deaths due to ex- Morning service _______ 113C Eventnf Wnnhio 7 00
N.C, and Davidson, Mich, and 5154 NW 23rd ceases of one type or another.At BTU .. 531

Mho throughout has traveled the Scandinavian extensively) R..... F. L. Johnson An., pastor the time of one's death how Evening are welcome service _-._______ 73C GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev
Mrs. Sarah glad will one be if one has made

will countries speak en on behalf'The of Renewal the Faith of Sunday School .Pool....,...reporter,.. 930 ajn. some 1adk4n secrtflew In to fill up what li 14th William Ave and r 09th Savoy Street pa..'-

Religion." Everyone is cordially _U.I Prayer..... __service__...Wed.._ ..,.. ,,.,. 730: Christ." If we are the sincere cufferton in ayREGISTER Sunday School' .. ._.._.. ft*)
Invited to attend this Feast .111& wvnnJp .. ._.. ... 4 1W lot to live a holy life TODAY Morning ServVv ... io
Evening we
worship ____
__ 7:00 Westminster
I subordinate the flesh (and its Feikwhip>> ... 00Highland
Holy Redeemer ; All members are asked to go cravings to the spirit, and this ---
with the mean sacrifice of aorta'
pastor to the Mother some 4.*03
RetreatA Church. Israel Bethel P. B. 18th Therefore' even the ordinary good,r Foe Contultatlo
It. and 1st place Rev. P. D. Christian must impose some SOUTHERN
nranttt")'. pastor, for baptism ser checks on his desires. How common CLINIC
day of Retreat will be heldat vice Thursday night March 17 at sense {It is to give up some Urinary and Chronic Diseases
Holy Redeemer Church on 730: pm. thing which *will not injure one's
April 2, starting at 9 ajn. All If like health. Again we see how pru Heurc 10.4 2S47 CORAL WAV
the men of the community are you good singing you dent and reasonable the Catholic
Invited. There will be representations are welcome to a musical pro- Church II In her .Rnr$.. fa hrtn' ." Eva. by Apt. (Near 27th Ave
from Sl Francis gram. Friday.. March 18 at B n.m. her children to Its "
Xavier Founder. Jesus Closed W...
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.c...... DhlU'uu 11 nUl"'. ft.I 1\C'Q' r, al14 Christ Bus Na. .4 U *..'
St Augustlnes Churches. All are ST. MARY'S W. M. Inquiries and questions are

cordially requested to set aside Rev. E A Culmer welcome. Write to: Iifonnation,
this day. to spend It with God inprayer. Mrs. S Hawkins, reporter pastor Box 41-"', Miami. Fla. I

lunch School -_...._, f-jf Church of
Father John Barry, CSSR, wil Morning womhtp .....___ UrOf Transfiguration
preach the day of Recollect Evening worthlo ._..__. 73fS (Eoiscopal) YALE S. LUNIN CLINIC
starting: with a talk at 9. followed 2571 N.W. 132nd Terr.
by Holy Mau at 10. Breakfast J Bullard will be served after mass. A conference c4ees" with devotional. The priest In charge p.m.
at 12 and Rosary will I took their respective Stanley Sweeting reporter
precede' the lunch. Another talk !ntsces.- with their teachers.' The Services every Sunday Evenings 5 p.m. 8 p.m.-Closed Tuesday
at 2:30 will be succeeded by Steward!son was reviewed by Bro. II. V. Morning Worhip ..._......_.. ':30
benediction of the Most Blessed Thrw joined our Sunday Sunday School ....... ....., 1030 Take bus No. 14
Sacrament at 330. Dismissal will Shoal Miss Carol Paul act-
be at 4 pm. Ins trrre4arv New Testament, Naxaren 2237 N.W. 62nd Street
OX 1.1801
The' offering for the whole day Bro Morning Steward 1mnf1tp.He war' led' by Sunday School _..._......?., .. 10:00
will be at $1.50 per person. Tic t I 14th chapter preached from Morning worship ...*____ 11:00
kets are available from the men 't1re. babies of St. John. Evangelistic Service '_, I:00 .
of Holy Redeemer Parish were batilzed. one 1645 N.W
and men>b joined lit Court
from the priests of the abovementioned furnfined music.the No.church. No. 2 Lawrence Rf'ddl' k. pastor
churches. one ushers Marella Reddtck
1W'rftd. atsociate
RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
Additional information can be Bvenin devotion was led b ST. PAUL A.
y M. E. Rectal
Diseases
r had by
calling Father Robert Bro. Steward. Bro. Burns delfv- 9 Varicose Veins
DeGrandls at PL 92369. ered' the Mrs Lee Effect'C! ,
It Jj me .are from 23th Cray reporter painless, nen-atiritcal effke
I .
hoped that many non-Catholic chanter of St Matthews. No. one Rev M s. Fayson. pastor ... loss time' or Inc. .. traatmtnta at law -.t-
men will take advantage of this choir furnished' mute No. two Sunday Srhool _... .. ...... ..,- t:Sfl wear Avoid' surgery and "..'tlall..U.... Why
tmaat
.J"' opportunity to make the day ofretreat ushers served. The church as a Morning Worship ..-..-.-...._, 11:A0 Why softer delay, and get waraafCONSULTATION
whole Is still pravin/ for our League ... ..........._...... 5.-CW FREE
sick folks and SMer Farrington Evening Worship ".-n ..,.-.,.-T.. 70 Special' "'.dleatl.... 0
May God bless all treatments dleta far arthritic" .. .
TRINITY C. M. E. you *. biNd .riU.. ulcar
6 EBENEZER praaaura. sinus.
METHODIST anamla.' ,lost view,
af chronic dl......
man
1014 N.W. 8th Court and wraman.DR. .
W. V. Geary, minister Don't Fret Fight Stay AaMft. T) Nan "utfW
.rn..ttn. L LONG'S
Hambrfck. .
Church School ., 93J raw T CLINIC "UCINO
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Morning wtrr hip 11:01 Join The NAACP Morning service .,,.........-... 1141 tl SW. nth Ave. Pft s.f74$ A General' Health, Sarvlae'
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when the
I Supreme Court would

H. ZANDERS CLUB HULAN render a decision against Ne- PTA Monday
CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY I\,I JACK k pies entering the primaries it

CLEARED OF was never lone before Texas Northwestern PTA will meet
The W. H. Zander Club of would have devised another attack Monday night at S pm. la the
Bethel AME Church celebratedits CONSPIRACYI and gone back again on the school auditorium.
3rd anniversary Sunday night road to the Supreme Court.
March 13. I',I York An .
The pastor Her. K. D. White Manhattan Borough It was not any accident: that

preached a wonderful strmon, President Hulan Jade with violation the Qweatt Case became the Annual Spring TeaThe

subject.MTfa* Handwriting On of the city charter and conspiracy leading case for opening up

The Wall" -which was enjoyed by to obstruct justice was Southern universities on the members of the Washington
all present. dismissed Tuesday by a General graduate leveL Atkins and Wesley Park Civic Improvement Association -

We want to thank choir No. 2 Sessions Court judge. .4 \ not only helped to get this cordially. Invite you to
for the music they rendered, and Jack who holds one of the case launched but The Informer attend their fourth annual Spring

to Mrs. Nathalie Casey for that highest offices in the nation to guaranteed Sweatt employment Tea Sunday larch 20, 4 to 6
beautiful solo he saof In honor which a Negro has been elected against any reprisals that might pm. at tine home of Mr. and Mrs.
of our club. was indicted Jan. 13 after it was be taken as a result of his being Booker T. Dunn. 1450 NE 152nd

The officers of the clubs are: disclosed that he had permittedreal a plaintiff in the case and actually Terr- North Miami Beach.

Mrs. Mlzpah Kemp president; estate operator Sidney Un- gave him employment.The .

Mrs. Annie Jonas vice president; gar to pay $4,400 for renovation
Informer, under the leadership

Mrs Frances E. Palmer, secretary of his Harlem apartment
of Atkins and Wesley No Down PaymentOpen
; Miss Sarah Farrington. as- served as the thread lor most of
..,ant secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth I the drives to raise for nights and free
2 money
Sawyer. chaplain; Mr*. Melinda DRAG RACERS The Informer group of these various suits for advancement delivery

Farrtnt,; treasurer; Mrs. C e. INDICTED FORMANSLAUGHTER is the product of the- efforts In the state.Throughout .
ora Lopez, sinking fund treasurer:; responsibility of C N. Love, SAVE WITH DAVE
Mrs Muriel Gates business manager tim editor of the Texas the history of the

; Mrs. Clara Austin reporter; man; W E. King founder papers that make up the Inform Washers refrigerators,
Mrs. John Ramsey, Mrs. CorineCumlnes Randolph Smith 24, of 1287 I publisher of the Dallas EH* er Group the men responsible Stoves
and Mrs. Lurkaa Adderley. NW ttth at., and Johnny Field 24 I C. F, Richardson Sr. founder for the chain have attacked -$29.00

program committee; Mrs. of 1833 NW Nth sU, were Indict I editor of the Informer; J. wrong wherever they found rt, Hollywood Ben $8.00
Viola Thunton, Mrs. Ruby Del ed on a charge of manslaughter Atkins, longtime editor of whether In the office of the Chief -
and Mrs. Catherine Zb'.u 0e1 by the Dade County Grand Jury Informer, and Carter .. of Police the Mayor, the Governor 749 N.W. 62nd StreetPL

sick comtnltta Wednesday. present publisher of The or the ingrained political 70121Investors.
They were the drag racers in er rroxt? of papers.W parties
C {"" birthday. In tits the two Bui lei that ran the stop E. King and C N. Love .---
month of Mare: : Isabelle Roberts sign on NW 90th at. and 14th ... tablished their papers In 1893 It is an interesting commentary
Susan Davis Nathalie Carey, en last New Year's Eve and that 1893. respectively They that C N. Love our first editor

Zerfena Reckley L a V e rD. smashed Into the car of Paul and off the efforts to stifle M and publisher, as plaintiff carried See
Barnes Beulah Plnder Jeeala Betty Jean Gilchrist at the Inter groes' vote and activity in up to the Supreme Court of .
section. the United" States the- first suit "S4 N.W. 11th Ave
Moss Sarah Roberts. CiM O lUther. -| Republican Party then later I
Sarah deare, Rosetta I The Gilchrists died almost In.tab. efforts to Isolate the vote of acainst the primary In Love vs.
Moseley. E. J. Dolden Aloam Pattyas the scheming leaden Wilcox (1924); J Alston Atlkj l. Makes, efferj ettaa.t 1 betfreemplus

Butler William E. Brig. Job t crws in a weakened currently editor handled Gro- percfi. Valuable W t USA
Wiggins Henry P. Smith sa4 PERSONALJohn Texas worked toward making vey's case against Townsendfrom 2 lets eM'' be rtsft4
Archie Plnder Jr. Democratic Party lily-white. the Justice of the Peace
C Moore, director of the Court to the Suprto.meCourt- of
OUR SICK music department of St Au"tlne ,, -$,i Those two men exposed the United Statns In 1930; Heman Gold Coast Realtors
chine, they worked in the
Mrs. lint McGee Mrs. Arnold College Raleigh. N.C. and| front of winning the right Sweatt. plaintiff in the Sweatt 4S01 N.W. and Ave

Roberta Mrs Ectell* lob.... conductor of the famous St Aug.,I simple jobs for the ,.- Case not only was an employee' ftL 1.2420
ustine's College Choir was the'r.iu the f'dJtutlllid of the
on paperat
am-
Monroe
at
NVffnws They worked to ('
.e tuft of Father and Mrs. the wound Its to the
cave way
oral Hospital Friends wish them f
"te meager means of their
Elisha S Clarke Jr. 17M NWStith but thebeneficiary
speedy r<< i Supreme Court was
oYft7. for such park facilities and '
st last week" Mr Moore was of the action of TheInformer's
consultant convenience as they could" << "YOU SAY THERE'SAN
w for the musical
'I having helped to raise
William Edwards a waU They rallied the forces of
known tailor is ill at MonroeHwipttaL festival which. was held at the r.e'. tMhind the NAACP when 'I the money for the suit and sub.
uah tcHoo of our community" sequently' helping to raise the
WAY TO
EASIER
to life In 1900.
He also -me |I
wor hlted at the Churchthe money to send him to school
Incarnation.Kmneth In 1019 C F lUefwmUon,
Mm. Rodriguest 907 entered the Iteti and twcame I "
Pauline Lane, died at Monroe tionally kn Hi.,N who has t:>*>"*..
General Hospital Thursday/ i.iudin ou .ftt.U f<>r the right of i I
in Buffalo. ?: Y far the
March 10 at 6.30 pjn. after abort past IS >','au to v.sttiAg use gr.ie* U> aruotate (in the !I Palace Feature Bout
illness.Funeral !
crattr Primary but he went
mother. XI n Victors' Hcgs. and 01'I
services will be I
conducted the C'a.. plaintiff himself
ustet Mr Pauline H. Smttta Hard punching' Benny Joe-
on Sunday March 20 vterai urcaion From I
inrn Bethel AME Church at 2 I t4lreustm 1938 C. F Taylor. %20. Miami snored a third
round technical knockout overAllen
p.m. YOUTH wa known. over the nation t
I Clark JM. Nassau in the
Mrs Rodriguez was a faithful une .>f the mo.t militant
member of the Church of God. I .. main attracti' on the weekly
ARRESTED IN I g nrats of the rights (rf the j
boxing show at the Palace Arena
,
Elder Fred Beneby will officiate I cru rar*' in the South.
Jtrr survivors include hus KKK BRANDING In 1.11 J Alston Atkins I M< >day nltfht Referee James I
Kinnon .
band. Joseph'! a daughter Mrs Carter Wesley came into -Dynamite" !
HOUSTON Police hotding bout after one minute of the
air -
Doris Woods of Fort Lauderdale. .
picture a they joined m with
! an aunt. Mrs. Mina Roberts of an 18-yi'er-old youth Mho F ItW-hoardMm and George W third stanza had elapsed when Ita j

Miami, two grand children. Ar- They Mid has ctmfesaed a part inhe ,.tf'f' to incorpcrate The I was clearly evident that Clark
nette Woods and John Woods Jr. kidnapping hanging by the and extend had taken all that he could and
iU .
and
neck and -KKK knife branding arcyices was no longer able to defend ...... i..w .... .04. ...,.. '...
ume Veteran C N Love
Mrs Sarah Saunders a well of Felton Turner. T till actively publishing Ms himself against the vicious blows &I .art altr S's bar ..,. 0.e.ud .

known Key Wester died at Uon- Jlanoad: they originally picked -I Frecvnaa. but W E King thrown by TaylorIn .d war .... ... &... ..,. bat.

roe Hospital last week up the suspect in a traffic I tone to his reward. the semifinal Frank .. OM' .., w ..... ......,.

Funeral services will be coo- caw but would not go into detail The active responsibility Sweat 121. Miami event.won a split ........Au.t Is............ /says

dueled on Sunday at 3 cun. from Four men kidnapped Turner. Wetley' and Atkins in the decision over Jerry Puers. 12O.Ilumnrtead to S ....a KK Ci..r c....r..I4.

Cornish Memorial AME Zloa The suspect has bind crow- paper field began in 1930.. 1..4w ...... .. $10 dwo. Vtot

Church. Rev. A. Franklin Hooper frum cut hair the bush-dotted and. lives a field few where mile ly after The Freeman had In three' rounds bouts these ..e..Iy ... w NwM M fief' tits

will officiate. Turner merged with The Informer are the results. &I wr J ai, .... tad, .. sew
Survivors include two niece' was fkcged If .p not pa**ft>le to Thadeus Macke,.. 135, Homestead W eel tat ......u.e+s.d ......

Mrs. Avis Steward of Miami; M aratr the work of Atkins scored a TKO over Joel pr.Hiee ... ....s ..... vr.er.u
Mrs. Emmie Grant. New York: one Jack Gordon to Run I Wek y as they worked tOCf'thIn Davis" 136. Port St. Joe Fla. eaid.l 0tr pq ty ,.... .....
grand niece Mrs, Juanita Bennet this paper over the )'
Key West Key West Undertaking For School Board From the U-ginrring J Akton Jersey Joe Ramos, 114, Beth!.. "5 *r S .cr. **r r ., S ....
I .w .. .... r sMAd ...b.rwv .
Pa. and reads
Co. hM carte of arrange inns was the editor and been Sammy Mackey.
Effort t o interest local buine .... ... .Mn..usesparse.d
ments. connected with toe paper is 113 Homestead battled to a
and civic leaders in becoming (lent until this day draw. I .........sus... .......... .. .

CARD OF THANKS candidates for public office I A lit lna' contribution was Jim Mingo. 176 Gainesville Fe ....... M w..,0"-We'
c(*eived a bcost today when JackD
cured TKO .
I. mix in editorial writing, but a over Bob MeIntyre
Bishop Henry Curtis takes tois tnfon Gordon Federal" president Savings and of Wash LoanAa.cctatlon *ervd a* lawyer for many 181. Ocas.Willit /EJTi! 1M>'v OUtOH 100AI
method to thank his manyfriends p,aiitUif who attacked the Taylor ns, )Miami won -----------,
,
qualified for the
who visited him during School <-rat.r In nary by mandamus a uncnunous decision over Ler tUNBIOOl ACIIS, MC MT.Jttt .
Board
in the
his illness in the hospital Thanksto Domncratic the j iocal 1 "U-vel. and It was he >\ Alexander ear U..... 1-.4 I
everyone for cards and flowers primary graved! the Grovey zwz..i ....... ,ta1.1.d..d .
Gordon stated that his business Johnny I
Vaughn 149, homestead :
and
racers Thanks to the Townsend Case and carried it ... ....
.
experience should be an asset to gained a unanimous deciaton f I. I Iheenoe
pastor and Church of the Open the Supreme Court of tie
laur to the Rev I C Micklns of the School Board, whose 70 milU l.1. States in an effort to. break over Willie James *>0, . .Acr. 94. sort ..
n dollar is Greenville ..
budget Iban.ucv.
Mt Olivette Baptist Church and more Dt nocratic Primary As to .aer.d..4. MKAMI. bd.r .wb
larger than that of the Jimmy
Kubiruun 174. Kansas
his wife tor breadth and the cea eleacnea
prayers.I County Commission. .. ..........
know dontknow Qty Mo. and Kego Saunders, ...... .
some of you hi A4ht aaiMI"TOne., and
An expert in construction' and Nassau
172. battled
how much you have done twine ftJancln Gordon tru.gle fur opportunities for to a draw. ADOIfU......................
was sent Eddie Cckert also served as a
tcr me so I am asking you to reada to Ethiopia by the State Department rare readers over the years referee and Elliott J Pleas was art. . .....SIATI.......
few verses of the Scripture: BL but reflect bade over the .iJ,
last to help solve their he
year announcer. ---- -
Matthew 233340.Thanks : years wren they found leader
housing problem by establishing
to all the members of a ravings and loan system shp m the fight for equal
tfee Church of God of Prophecyand for all men Most of these '"
ministers for their ktrwTntas Texas has led In the fight to
WE CAN FINANCE
YOUR
and prayer. I will be seeing them Annual Sale thert hu of Negroes in
face to face soon. I Scuth to vote and Indeed
I hunt to say to my many TheProueIve Twelve Social until 1954 Texas led all Automobile Liability Insurance

friends our District Convention Club Invites the public to its annual South in the fight for equal ,

will be held at the Church of Godof sale tonight (Friday) at 8o'clock ,. Perhaps the contribution SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTSB.
Prophecy. I7th st and Mb ct. at the home of Mr and by Atkins ar.d.1, 7
March 29-31 I am looking for Mr*. George Robert 1228 NW the newspaper chain was due

aU of you to drop in ont night 63rd st An evening of fun and "ie fad that U>th of them .: GOODMAN & SONS
and I am sure you will enjoy entertainment is in store for all warned In law Much of the

every minute of your stay. I will who" attended Hear Campbell is sic work m the Primary .
be presiding. The public Is cor- president. was Hone by Atkins, and it 2688 N.W. 62nd Street Phone OX 1.0380

cHatty invited. fretsl given to any lawyers 1
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Dishop Henry Curtis i were bringing similar fights, ,
District Overseer I eluding Nix en's lawyers in
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BAPTIST ANTIOCH BAPTIST BETHEL BAPTIST MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Hey. J. W. Stevenson pastor It,.. o. W. Foster, pastor Richmond '
If. T. Copeland reporter A. L. Johason. reporter Rev L. R. Heights SATURDAY MARCH 19, 1960 PAGE 15
Rosa.
Sunday School ....___-______ 93VMorning Sunday School ____________ *4S Jean L Scott reporter Pastor

BTU worship 11:00: Murmng Service _________ 1I.1M Svnday School ................ ..10 -

Evening worship Sdfl BTU*. ._ IJOv..nln.c Morning service __________ 110 regular federal (Income tax return -
7.:00 worship .. 7:0* BTU
i. --i.n S0 SOCIAL SECURITY by April 15. The worker'scorrect

THE INCARNATION BROWNSVILLE Evening service .. ...,.... -.L ,:00 social security number
BAPTIST should afpear en his return.

Church School and Adult 2749 N.W 49th Street I SALTER'S CHAPEL . . '
Bible Clan .........,.....,, 930 Rev. E. p l\ltlrdlon.! pastor Rev H J. Benson castorUoraiag A part card is available from
Solemn Sung Mass .....,..., 10:43: Annie.. Frail! reporter' Ruch Twtgp r reporter -..,.... this! office for the purpose oft'ihf'C'klnc .

EYC Meeung -.-.... 330: Sunday School ................, MO Sundt' School .... ..,.......,, ".31 w is at your 334 NE aeeoont' 7' The st. The office
Evensong ........ Tao: Morning worship 11:00! worship ,.11:00 tfc
: --
---r---i -- phone (s PL 8M11.Electrical .
ACE
Evening worship ,,... -._.., 7:00 League 1:20
Matthew Tempi AMEZ Evening worship ':00
Rev A. M. CrifTin and his congregation Get Credit For
1$2R N.W. 3th Ave.a of Shiloh Baptist On Sunday March 13. Bishop Repairs

,,nday School .... 8MVr Church will be with us on March W. J. Warts State Evangelist Your Earnings
rn1n worship .,....., .. ll:0f 24. We are asking all to turn out started a week of religious! meet- 0 Stoves
|Cv.nnf! worship 7:00, in lame numbers.We in; which will run through. : Sun. Each Year a> Small Appliances
day March 20. All who haven u't
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER are still selling at the heard him have missed. a treat. "Are you credited for the so- a> Outdoor Lighting
church every Saturday evening. He is one of the best so come dal security' taxes you pay?" Iii-Fi and Ste"ophonicSp.ak
v W 4th A... and Uth Terr. Please come and help a good' and hear him. Manager Edward P. Dlonsten. of rs Installed
Phone FR H-14.4 cause. Let us visit the sick. In an after-service Sunday the Miami North Social Security
MASSES night the Rev. Johnson and congregation office asked today Make sure GEORGE INGRAHAM

n-". ...... .. 1 ..11I of St. Mark Primrttra you are, because improper reporting
S'ndu' 7 ". % W-Jt I.IT MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Baptist Church rendered service of wages or self-employ FR 3.1051

for one of the captains la oarmPn" ment Income_ _now may mean' ,
Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor KKS of benefits later.
MT. HERMON A. M. E. Phyllis day drive which east recently -
Myers reporter organized with Most people will nerd credit
IbY ftma-l na,. pastor Sunday School .............,, MS Thorpe as general chairman: Arthur. for several years work to qualify CAL'S

Sunday School ____________ tMrrnlng Morning Worship ,..,,.....," 11:00: fred James first :co-chairman, Al, for payments when they retire.
worship ..________ 11:0 B. T. U eat Fulton Coleman 2nd cochairman To make sure the record Is right BAR & GRILLENOW
Eveninf worship' .. _. ...... TKK: > Evening Worship _________ 7:00 a check every three years Is recommended. .

Publicity Committee Sunday Choir No. 2 and ushers No. 2 SERVING
the
morning sermon "It Is much' simpler to correct"
If you havent visited the MUHermen I tons rendered by Rev. Stephens. are rendered always service'welcome.TEMPLE for.the day. You records if an error is caught BREAKFAST
LUNCH
The topic was, "A -
AME Church la Opa Stranger in within this period." Manager
Lncka lately t hen you-re missing i I Jordan." It ,was found In Matthews BAPTIST Bloraton continue. However. It AND DINNERAt

something. Sunday morning there I!I 3:17 I am sure that la better still to keep the record

are children In treat number to everyone enjoyed It.I Sunday School..,.........., t0 straight from the beginning. Selfemployed Popular Prices
enjoy the outlined lessons which I I I I Sunday at 7 pm we had our I Morning woship ________ 11:00 'people who had a bus.
are taunted by our mart cut' apt-'' devotional service. The senms: BTU .. ....._________ I:o0 Inlet profit of at least $400 In 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave.
tent teachers. AH of there fine ws The* rendered sick by Rev. C. Brown. Evening worship .....-........, 7:00 1930 must report their earningsfor
children are representing' the best are Sis L. Briers" social security purposes" on a
homes In our community. Whave Bro WlnfleM. Sis. L.. Smtth and The women'' wits sponsor a dinner .
food' singing and good' music Sis S Th snas. sale at the church this (Fri
Our superintendent WHHe day) evening from 0 until The
Fletcher has chosen his! Easter FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH public is cordially invited. I HOMETOWN TALENT PARADE

prcffram" comrnltleev' and they. The fight Is one! Sunday March I

hare vowed to make this year's Rev E.Brownsville P Brown 27. the men' and women' of Sponsored by the Silverlone Singers and the
Easter' program even bleger andbetter pastor I Temple will come face to face in
than last year' So now let You are always welcome their annual contest The rnen.) Y'. Men's Club of Carver Branch YMCA

us say that the way to be In the Sunday. March 20 at 3 pm. the r with Deacon A J Hanna as
big Easter Parade, Is to be at the No 1 ushers' board will Observe f chairman and Bro. Ed. Thocnp-
blrrwt Vttle church In town. Its, 11th anniversary The Rev son as co-chairman, are saying f Sunday, March 27-3 p.m.
All departments of the church, Lemy Jackvon<<" will deliver the that they won last year and they
are In a very fine spirit' and Join sermcn The No. 1 choir will will do It again The women led Liberty Square Auditorium G3O4 N.W. 14th A...
with our pastor In extending a render mu.ckfor the occasion. by Mrs Florence Hepburn and
hearty welcome to all well wish- This dwr will also render t h. 11 Mrs. Augusta' Newbold as chairman Featuring Miami's 3 Outstanding Singing Groups

era TrulY we are proud of our sin snug service" at the Woman and O-<'h.lrman. are say Master Singers Southland Singers Silvertone Singers
,
log "It will never ...
success God has b1f'IM'dII be. Day celebration at the Mt Olive happen .
yrnd measures and we are, apt14t Church Snuth Miami of AU captains are empected to.n.-1 and others
striving daily to make for YOU which Rev Brown I.I i1.ntb .r U busy as beet next WM- -*- ---
and your famines a bhrrer- andbetter -- --- r--- the home-run Donation One Dollar

Mt. Hermon wont you MT. AARON BAPTIST The Citywide ,
Mkwion. MI'&. L I
help So
us we say again if youtaven't j A.
Moran. 4
president, will hold
? Matted' us, you are miss- A410 NW ISt* Avenue
Rev C W its monthly me ' In* something.Stewardess Scott pastor 4
Board No. 1 will I Dea. Earl Golden clerk pm. .at Temple The public is Invited.

sponsor a Sprint Tea Sunday Sunday School I ........_ 40 First and Second Mortgages Available

March 27 Time. 4 pm.. 2375 NW, Morning Worship .........._ 11:00 -
land st.. Dunche Park Wwt BTU ........_..,.... ._ 1.00 To OwnersWould
Drive Hope you can comet' Evening Worship .... ____ 7.:00 CORE Needs You Property

Prayer meeting Tuesday .... i:00
TRIUMPH CHURCH Join today and be you l like to have all your bills combined into

one small payment, and atill have some money left?
'1'4w. H Mf* .,. pastor Ml. Olive Missionary Baptist Free Tomorrow
Sister S. Daniels, reporterSebAol If $1,500 or $10,000 will help you at a time like

I of Wisdom _. ..... 1HRvrntnc ( 402 Ifallandale.N.W 2nd Av this, let me get it for you.

service .. 9M Florida Today is day too to phone if wantto
Rev Benjamin" ) Franklin UNDER NEW not a soon you
T P E Band .._.. ''If pastor
Rev C C for loan
Tuesday and Friday ........... t-Of Evening Service McClary. reporter 1 MANAGEMENTGallons apply a
paa
Sunday School .. ._._ MO I H. DAVIS
MT. SINAI BAPTIST Warning service .__ 110*i Beauty Shop

1 T) WW ...f'ftr.p "v."Mng service .._.__. 7n MORTGAGE BROKER
BTU .. .._........ 4520 N.W. 27th Av..
.- -. A Thomas pwtar _............... fcOO
Irwtn School ..._..__. M-f Phone NE 5-9114 Phone FR 9.8531 Eves. NE 3-6754

!Morning worship ......_.._.._._ 11.:* Overcoming of the Nasaren .
ADDIS' LIE DOWTIN

Ufe Is full of -wiHs" an'sain'ts" d 1210 S.W 211th St AGNES ROUSE
and too often the "....1 Goulds. Fla. I. NELLIE
of God" gets' the blame for disasters LaWffrwRf'dcUrt.! pastor DAVIS
caused rather by thewont" !Sunday Seh/w>! ._ ._..__... 10:0( JULIA GALLON L ir-
'* Mornlnr worship 1I f0 I II VN
of man The will of God III
could be aouttit and aorepted Evangelistic Service ..._ t:00 i I '. ffNeN M/IM'I' 1.1NM mutt pe'IIMNJ* -W
.
by ui with obedience, and reJsWng. TrPraver and Bible .___ t.-00

and thanksgiving.We I I <
FIRST
are having quite a bit of UNITARIANOn Pay $100 new Balsnca later
sickness in and around the di On Saturday
March 19, 830
including your reporter who was pm Community Group NO.1 of REGISTER TODAYIESCORTED !
1 on several days In this instance. the First Unitarian Church willoocwor
its great for everyone to be ab e
a theater TOUR 0
party at the
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that God has no re-
South Miami Elks
wart In receive of person when It is ours I,:,, SW 78th st The play Lodge., "Simon's 6403 TO EUROPE .. -. :..../-- w.
our award, from Him '' .
ountywr1ttf'ft by Ed Se- July 15 to August 12 'II .k A
we will get It ney. member of the usnJI: (. Af..aut.a Ow.tl ..-
: and .
I am happy to report" that the, editor of the Town and group Country If CltlM SO Days y t. 50424W ibis A.- CM W-1
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auxiliaries of the church to bei I''R-1pOr'tf'f' All Inclwalvt -
processing nicely, this include*I
24 Annual $ITAS Taur -
ygyciariy the Sunday School. When a Church Vote oaI
BTU. choirs and otters. As I ami I I Merger"' win be the sermon topic .
sable to obnerve from time to of the Rev Robert W Sonea at ENGLAND HOLLAND &

time as we work together loving. 11 am. on Sunday March 20.Irnmf'diately GERMANY ITALY .
ly for the good' of all concerned.' I : fotionrtnf the ser SWITZERLANDMONTE I, +.N ---,
OUT worshipful services mora reel a congroratiosal" meeting .
CARLO FRANCE
ine and evening are good inpfa1ng will be held to consider and vote
and beneficial to all who, on the plan for consolidation of Total coat $995.00 Tx W7r
attend The sermon mesas de. the American Unitarian Asaoc-
i livered by the pastor, carries I t'' lateen and fee UarrersaliatChurch Call ar Visit aur OfTIca Far

spirit gospel information and) of America. AH chureba colorful ...raehur aad
Inspiration to listeners. We are'' in! both denominations have baen .
Complete -f..n
i urged to attend our services reg-;' asked to cast such votes and to
t
i ular. thus creating mars interest' date 7 percent of the KW eligible
Make Your lUMfvatlona Newt
In the work.
: groups have reported. .
I Members and the public art Consult Mrs. Ma/ma WilliamsC .I Y ,Vas
A Bus Brunet wffl be held at
cordially invited attend
I to a r O D..N Travel' Advisee
Musical Tea sponsored by the the church on Thursday. Masvb
Red 24. from 11 to 1 Members 3m ai :i
1, Circle Club of the Mt. Sinai pm. CHARLES C. NORTH Maaaa.r1t04 =
Baptist Church. Rev. S. A. will be asked to decide in buss

Thomas, pastor The tea will be groups+ the kinds of daytime ac- N.W. Srtf Ava.Miami. Ism K.W, ittk At CM*e MUNI ruusuu n011..111.. 0I1otMI
given at the church betfcning at threes they want the church to 'l. FloridaPhoaa

3:45 pm Do not miss the affair *>nnr The four categories are FR 9-6779 O.ma.'AfarPeg 0.-. ..... ...." ...... .....-.fiBNMi DbIIIfANTIOCH
Your presence win encourage th* creuting learning: playiac tad
)"Oa'tb. and the adult stiff wfco serving tht c2n:x& tad oof;art-rj. I
to'Wt.I. with them: tr. ,



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PAOEU THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1960

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STARTING OUR 8th YEAR OF DEVOTED SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY





FAIR REALTYTHE




ORIGINAL HOME OF THE FAIR DEAL!IIJ !





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WEEKEND SPECIAL!! y

Can will leave our office at 1 p.m. i aJ
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this Sunday to how these new Opa

Locka Beauties. Reserve space. Will ffi

return you to our office. Pick your .
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lot to build. Why pay rent? ,.;. 1.

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THIS GORGEOUS HOME CAN BE YOURS!!!

THESE FEATURES FOUND IN ONLY THE MOST EXPENSIVE HOMES

BUILT IN OVEN AND RANGE LARGE LOT
CIRCULAR DRIVEWAY TO CARPORT CLOSE TO SCHOOLS
OVERSIZE LIVING ROOM ONLY ONE MORTGAGE TO PAY
.ALL REAR SCREENED FLORIDA ROOM NO CLOSING COSTS
ALL LARGE BEDROOMS SEPARATE LARGE UTILITY ROOM



PUT UP DEPOSIT fly 995 Din PICK YOUR LOTSee



Andy this Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. N.W.17th Ave. NW 153rd Street



NORTH MIAMI BEACH BEAUTIES!! OPEN THIS SUNDAY SEE TRACYAt
Brand New Bedroom CBS Homes 7636 N.W. 12th Avenue
ONLY $795 DOWN 1 FHA Mortgage at $86.82 Month
3.bedroom CBS. Large 60100 lot. Hardwood floors, dON
Large room, city water, built oven and ranee. Shower to everything. Do not miss. Priced low.
doors, close to shopping center buses. Open Sunday.See .
1592 N.E. 151st Terrace l I
1430 N.E. 152nd Street
1543 N.E. 152nd Street Open This Sunday See TracyAT
15200 N.E. 15th Court
7636 N.W. 12th AVENUE
Has keys for brand new 3-bedroom CBS luxury home at
JUST BUILT BEDROOM CBS NW 14th Ave. and NW 75th Street.
Liberty City. Close to school and buses ONLY $995 DOWN

ONLY $795 DOWN .
Includes shower doors, Venetian blinds utility room. See
I us to show. See 1860 N.W. 70th St. Sunday 1 to 6 p.m.
Liberty City Area $795 Down
I I I 2-bedroom, furnished with kitchen stove and refrigerator.
LIBERTY CITY NOW COMPLETINGSee Large deep lot. Large utility room hardwood floors.
1820 N.W. 65th Street See Ben Sunday lIto 6 p.m. at 1923 N.W. 58th St.

ONLY $995 DOWN
Brand new bedroom, 2 baths. Only one mortgage. First
deposit will take off market. Beauty) ONLY $295 DOWN
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I Brand New -Carver Ranch
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL!!! 3-BEDRoOM.2 BATHS
Only $195 Down' ..ONLY- $20 WEEKLY-OR $88 MONTH
j -r See 5410 S.W. 23rd Street
Move in
tomorrow Hialeah. 2.bedroom CBS. Terrific!
4989 S.W. 25th Street
TOTAL
$8,500 $80 MONTH ONE MORTGAGE

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VISIT OR CALL TODAY
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I. WE ARE OPEN EVERYDAY F A I R REA L T Y LIST YOUR LOTS WITH

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

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


i I DAYS. P L 7 r 1 6 4 5' BEST PRICES PAID.



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