The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00208
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00208

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prominent Miami attorney

The Miami Civil Service Board past, but will now hold equivalent -- left his Gillian-dollar estate?
to his gook It was revealed' la
this week wired out the distinction ratings: aj policemen with
hU will this werk. The woman'snhe.yar
between WhIte and Negro chances to advance higher Driver Who Killed
policemen.la Nep'Oenelohesmt'ft! will be old daughter was also
left a $32,000 trust fund for her
and in
aa action subject to ratification eligible for detective ranks education
the Commission, the future take examinations
by City can Mr.. Ullle I. Peacock of MM
..nnI days the board votednanimoualy to become lieutenants and captains .
ConvictedA Charles Are. who cooked for
to abolish the designation high. ranks previously denied Three Queries, Zarlng for the pert tt
of patrolman patrolmanfirst them.Police '
eras the lucky recipient.
dais and patrol ecrr.ata.Negro Chief Walter Headky rears
uniformed officers have I and several Negro leaders ender 26-year-old white ice cream wac drunk when hi* ear smashed However a big court ftsfit Is dls-ta
the making because Zarinf
been limited to those ranks In the( ed the chsoje., plant salesman, whose car into the duplex and exploded a Inherited' his. only daughter and
brought death to three Negroes in gas tank.
cut" her off without a penny.
Coconut Grove duplex, has
a Mrs. Peacock, mother of flee
been convicted of manalaurhter BENNIE KELLY'S children and her husband.Eldrldre I
by a six-man Criminal Court both worked for the M-
NAACP to Defend Jury. DEATH year-old attorney and cared for i
The Jury returned the guilty him constantly during his falling
i verdict against Harold Outline, JUSTIFIABLEThe health

father of two. Judge George Zarinrs daughter, Mr*. Grace) 1
Schultx said he will impose sentence death of Dennle Kelly, 24<<, Zarint Stone, filed suit contest
April 22. burglar shot by a policeman last Ing the wiU and charging. Mn.
All Students The Drc 11 nub killed Lea ..week was justifiable homicide, Peecotir with fraud.
Dtnbroy, SO. and his wife, Ema Peace Justice Ruth Sutton ruled. Mrs. Peecrck filed a denial la
40 in their sleep" at 201 S. DixieHwjr. Kelly, of 8124 SW Beth st. wi Circuit Court and said Zarinj
A third occucttnt, 48-year- felled by officer J. T, riUq>atrick fully reaUzed whit he was doing
NEW! YORK The manner in 1 The NAACP Legal Defense old Mrs. Dora Mae Tukte, died who had given him a command when he drew the will tearing
which the students are being arrested Fund Is. new Involved in tar of bums in a hospital several" to halt and who had first fired a his home, stock*, bonds. and each
and accused of violating f more cases at this time than at day later I I warning shot into the air. Kelly's '0 her.
city and state laws in these pro-,' any other period In its twenty Police testified Guthrie had pockets contained money from Sone of Miami top attorneyswill (
last demonstrations is wrong and 1 year history as its attorneys are been drinking beer and vodka and, two Coconut Grove house-breaks. firM the case out In eoart.I .
unconstitutional. Thurgood Marshall continuously on the move, from
said Monday following a state to state and on the long I -- ---
pedal three-day conference held distance telephone day and "
at Howard University over the night" r1
weekend. Slaty-two Negro and Sit-downs Begin Again
White civil rights lawyer from :
aU southern and border state
participated. MT. TABOR TO

'Every! single lawyer who at- CELEBRATE 59thANNIVERSARY in North Carolina

ttadad the conference unani
' .....-17.11't't'd' that wt are

obliged to defend those arrested Negro students la to permit Negroee,. to eat with
la these demonstrations who call Sundey. March 17 wd be iI big NX, .staged: new \ .' WftHe*. ,
far os' explained Mr. day at Mt. TL.bercvreh.. 23:Negro Students"Jailed itdowns Thursday. Charlotte'l Ally Clarinc. Nvnome urged

Win ,'.- dlrccorezn. It wUl !mark ,rte 'culmination of in Memphis A large. group7 x a man.ss.eing-01 .pprozlm.tety
eel of the NAACP Legal Defense the first phase of the fund raising from Johnson C. Smith UnJver-l I boo Negroes to -use the ballot
aDd ZdueatJoftall'uDd. drive and the celebration of' 1'wftty.thn.tud.ats were city quietly took seats at several the economic" boycott and then R
The protest demonstrations the church's 59th anniersary.Two .. arrested and Jailed during now drt ntown lunch counters. Storerefused I Co in Mt down and nt- f

began February 1 with a sit-in excellent programs' hare, anti-egregatlon demonstrations and emplnyees to serve thorn, however two dime stores I Ignored
In Memphis, Term, Tuesday
demonstration against I the lunch been arranged and two prominent for admission but kept the counters open for the demands of Negro
six Negroes applied -
counter' discrimination policy of kcal ministers hare been to an all-white branch of White customers leaders to t te"t.brir hmch
the F W Woolworth store in rh>*cn to bring inspiring messages counters.
the University of Alabama.Merrrpbls The threat of aa economic boycott Earlier' this week the Petersburg

Greensboro, N.C Since then the of much depth and In **i. attested 10
police by Negroes in protest against Improvement! Association,
baa Included' restaurants,
protest Rev S A of, N Ave and five women
Cousin pastor IfOaIt. men
segregated lunch counter* appeared had k ufd an ultimatum to the
soda fountains, cafeterias pub-
lie Ubnries aDd other public facilities. Greater Bethel AME Church will. when they refused to leavethe to be gaining momentum managers The demonstrations have be the morning speaker and R.ev.e, -white only" section of Cossitt in several parts of the South S Krcvge and W T Grant that
W K Smith of Grater New Itorary in downtown Memphis
In Petersburg. Vs. Negroes failure to integrate their eating
spread to seine degree to an
nettie) Baptist Sevtnteen other Negroes all pledged to continue their fight facilitioji 'would rrrjlt. In picketIng -
southern states except MlssissipPt ministers .
Lnrka MiD be guest at students. were arrested at Brooks against store owners who refuse" and boycott
the 3 o'clock service.' Ar Gallery in Orerton Park.
More than a thousand students ____ M __ _
haw been arrested charged and -- --- -

dty tried and for violating state law aU and eorti ordi of Businessman Contributes to NAACP Thousands to Feel Tax I

anew Mr, Marshall declared
Sunday at the ek** conference held at Howard. Theenafae

,sad coated>s at began aoon Tridev on Sunday night, ;, ""'1 .1.f'-. """ Bite For First Time

.3mae of these students' have ,...I.'. J:.,'"..'.. ",...".",' ''.:, $..,.t-, .1'..' ,.'., ''' ': ,II I IMisslssl"

-bens .oca.ed of treagrukI. ... ". ,. .;G .i' ': .. '
watt parading wtthMit a Uf'mMl ';'J ';" 4.,....' '""'. Sine: 40,000 to 70.000 ta4 ayats
and. vtoiattoe fire rectalaticBs J ; -". -wM'ft' been getting away aosi

btackttM aisles In stores,0 KarsfcaJl "", f. Hive free on the county tax rills wd
slated. Why 101M nf them
tie damped tram thefiee/ list.
newe* ... bees dwrged wftlicevaniracy '11"
according to Metro mmsjniatnl
st.rre.. to obctiuet:: cook Chick Sifrt fffffM" plan.

M nhan said aH of three and ? hill 9 Jackson Miss A segregationbill The move is expected. to lift
.similar laws are being used to l claim some of the tax burden now being
discrimination. which: opponent could I shouldered by thousand. ec
eof'tce racial
teed to state control of churchesis
The use of nubile': force whether beaded for Oov. ROM Baraetfcfbee. ,' property owners Mid CouatTUaaager I

*t be Hj the form of arrest byewssfe1 .,t where It is pecied to betssto O. W, CaonpbtlL .

wiliest or by of convictions in .. i ...'.' signed law. New 'lditton to the tea ..ro3
tre ., cearts. Is. ecurse. ,'., r '
"'JW'C '+" '*. win .c.I tram: among I.eiVy
4.wRh, .4. esdt+rcetnertt of prl The caetrovcrtlal jBeajQre was ,
... ** .<.nti.t< aced violate ; I ears -witb home asaeaved at or
an oa euproted 87-4J. )tm the House 1 r
: ; below the u.ooc horactea4 eatempUon ..
0. 14* Mn.etzers.nt" Marshall Wednesday Bight despite dettr- limit be said
.td. "ATT the'1nrnn ere '" mined op ositkti! by top cfcurchledere 1
..-..-. that the onlr' Mme the .'," ,;.1,iii ,....:;; ,,I.. I. In the state. I The manager and county

J'f'IUB.te' ewnttt d was to ...... torney Derrey A. Davit .*.A"t t f
ave<.ee t"""r. rt-'tt to freedom ofnt.we -- The moasure Is dedgced to allow I the elected offkiaU to expect a
.et local congregations, '
s frrlten! of aaemWyas on athlydt
the Vogue Restaurant of wave of protests and lawn&a
Mr nshman of the Vogue Rees for new
rnrxi Hd bar the TJ. S. Coa- a vote to retain church
.. he A.etand. taurant presents a checks for KA st. and 2nd ave propt'rUIt they accede from I from property
........ t"t... drnenctrsettee t23 to Fr, Theodore R. Gibson "We" hope that this unselfish their national denomination to the county roll for the first UrM.I .

!. .w.ee T ........ aM. theM- president of the Miami! Branch gesture will help others to seekus head off racial intecratioa.Bn : .
s w/ "..... .,..i. ttwN2nut the NAACP in keeping with his! out with donations so we may I I .
....... 1tnP ..e4e4a.eet fJI f111R.Esgtp aromlse to turn ever lab receipts: continue in our fight lot freer .'" a mjlitaat eaprefationt but U pect 4(0 .C&lnatura.
.tf Mr. Janata stcad. from the opening, day of bWDtoa don: : sell 7?. G&eoa.. t faai 6otyTrrtmrTlad pa the. bill I :t
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ti ;
"- .. .. 'Ii""';'; / .. h' ':' ':' r : ..: Pint of Blood?

The Dade County Tuberculosis
patients, now hospitalized In Lant -
M and Tama.. need your help.
There must be bleed on hand for
immediate use to speed the recovery
of these patients
Your Dade County Tubemlosis -
Association! Is indebted to
the Dade County Blood Bank
err blood that has been used.
Wrn't you fire a pint arid save
i life!
,! A'l drnors will be given a de-
t Mdous! ; lint dinner In Northmest-
ern's Cafeteria.
Th blood prccumnent project
will! be held Wednesday andThursday.
April 13-14 from 7-9
pjn at Northwestern VocaticnalHirrti
School, 7007 NW 12th ave,
The dinners will be sporwcred
bv The Frontier of Amerl'-i and
the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity
Ap 9

a Morehouse Glee Club at NorthwesternThe
Morehouse Collefe Glee selections. from Dante Whitmanand
Club, under the direction of Arjuna. The music! is con PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1960 BAR & GRILLENOW
Wendell Whalum will be presented temporary and the composer does
in a concert by the Car an excellent bit d composition In SERVING
'ver Branch YMCA on Sunday portraying through the music the LEGAL NOTICE I
afternoon, April 3 at 4 p.m. at meaning of these selections.As + BREAKFAST LUNCH
the orthwectern High School aud usual the group will pre NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS TOOTHACHE
itorium. 7007 NW 12th ave. sent selections from the 'vast NAME LAW IvitS r.-:: AND DINNERAt
The Glee Club, consistinf 40 store cf music from Bach to the Notice is hereby given that the /*** ?** **j s:: f..
men's voices with quartets and present" and will give special attention undersigned desiring to engagein VNVvi*) fl.ffe ttoaratw ieORAL'11 Popular Prices
soloists is fully concerts void monotony to American people name ef PRINCE SUPER MAR t:' 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave.
even the most reatleas listener. One of the members of the KET 1040 NW 2nd Avenue = :=
The repertory ranges from the I Glee Club this year Is M. Patrick Miami, Ha. Intend to register
complicated. contrapuntal works flange, baritone son of Mr. and the said name with the Clerk of ---
of Bach to the rhythmic harmonies Mrs. Oscar Range, : of Miami. the Circuit Court of Dade Count
of Negro folk songs. Tickets may be obtained for Fla.
One r4 the featured works this this outstanding ccncert at Range W. J. Prince, Owner Used TV's $19.95Authorized
year will be The Celestial Vis-I Fmcral" Home, Spk and Span March 5 12. I', 29
ton" by Paul Proton which Is Market North' Travel Bureau
aecanpoaitlon I ------ -- --- Service on All Makes ofTranaister
of three choruses Varsity Barber Shop YM and YW
Your Vote is
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sat Hair DreeaJ" .I, Swamp Root .,_. .71 1.11L..aI4

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On March 8, crowd JOHN A, McMINN, Owner
a capacity enrichment of educational experience Following the program was
filled the cafetorium of Naranlal *. open house. Many people visited ..
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Elementary to witness the school* The master of ceremonies for the ciaftsroomt, art room library
dedicatkn The ultra modem the occasion' was Nelson S. Bethel curriculum resources room and
structure has 23 classrooms cafttorium principal West Homestead Elementary oifkes. iirNOwfl- 5
library clinic and other' and former principal of Refreshments were served
modern facilities. Naranja Elementary SchooL through the courtery of the PTA.
The drdicatorla program was Among the many platform The faculty and staff of Na'
quite timely with a fifteen minute guests was Mrs Alma T. BI'OOU.Mrid ranja Elementary send thanks to
community sing participating : principal and former their many' friends who helped> to
in this part was the schodl's chorus principal of Mrs Sullivan. make the dedication a success.
The second> part was the tel.. I
east presented by the board of
education Representing Naranja
on the telecast was a 8th grader' HOMETOWN TALENT PARADE
Ginger Given The third portion
was the dedication! service. I Sponsored by the Silvertone Singers and the [

The theme for the occasion was Y'a Me>n'. Club of Carver Branch YMCA rt
1N ranJaY erdl"t Today Tomorrow
** This theme' by slide 4 ;
brought out points of what Na Sunday March 27-3
ranja Elementary did In its o 1 d p.m.
school which establlsheed in
lesT with ten was portables. The old Liberty Square Auditorium, 6304 N.W. 14th Aye j I.brtowI.pl.rn.rr of M1 to NYthIs
school= and Its teaching procedure 1 I Ilurid.* r* id.ntt And towists Iwmwriev
were referred to Naranja: Featuring Miami's 3 Outstanding Singing Groups '3; + ottawewd.tion, to .niov Greyhound

Yesterday.In Master Singers, Southland Singers, Silvertone Singers axing nightly oacopt Sunday,
1959, called Today, the new and others
building was cnmclcted and the
bell ranr for 375 rupils 13 classroom Donation I ,
One Dollar
teachers, one librarian,
special education teacher, music .j
and art consultants, Naranja Today : _
has as It principal Mrs Zola z ; : .
.. Sullivan who accepted the key
from Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
member Dade ounty School ALL NEW
The faculty' staff and pupils LUXURIOUSNEGRO -
looked toward the future In Na-
ranja: Tomorrow where higher
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1960 to be meted out to us one at a time. BROWSIN'By
education jobs, JUST
Among Inequalities named are: ,

housing, voting, hospitals, movies, concerts, restaurantslaw PAUL R. HENRY

They call state and city officials; all leaders 0 f
in the Air Force got a
and all CI's
civic life-ministers, teachers and businessmen! break. Effective July 1, they will
J r .1. people of goodwill to assert themselves and abolish these cease washing dfebes. acrubbi&c
floors peeling pctatoes: scrubbing
OffIce* at 1112 N.W. Third Av, M....... FltHtfa-**h.*i. FA S22S6 injustices. gargabe cans and doing.
Plant at 1740 N.W. 11th Avtnvt-Ph ft. OX '..0421H. other kitchen Jobs.
After six weeks of filibustering over Civil! Rights legislation The regulation does not affect
t 8IQISMUND REEVE{. Editor the House on Thursday passed a Civil Rights Bill KP duties in the field or In kltehens -
Garth C. "*.vee. Managing Etfttar and Bwhvew ManagerM by a vote of 311 to 109. aboard Air Force planes.

.tnb r of the AM riAt.>d Keen trr'ww. The Bill protects Negro voters allowing them to register Charles Zara *. prominent
under the direction of court-appointed referees when Dade County attorney died onVwember
Member of the Xatlonal !VewTpn" > rnbUriMT AnandatleaRater. 15. 1959. He was 85veaw
local authorities to let them register.!

..... as I\Heftd (1aa Man.. Anct .. 10'':':. at the Pot Office The Bill was sent to the Senate for approval. bt: of old.this Atty..-ortd.Zaring. Coeds had and quite be
at MUral. Hoe'!*. und.r the art of March R. 1";e. a was rouereus toward his faithfu' -
PATROLMEN NOW POLICEMEN cook. Mrs. Lillis Peacock and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Civil Service Board Tamil of Coconut Grove learH -
ONE YEAR M.90 SIX MONTHS S2.7S THREE MONTHS $IJr Commendation goes to Miami's dollars
that on Monday voted unanimously to end racial discrimination them a half million .) )
11 old dauthtefnhritetl
Cook's -year
-TRKPO' OP Tirn .ono rnJX'i" The
TUB XBGItO miWS brltrrr slut Amrim can h.'t l*.rt the worM fn promotion opportunities for city patrolmen.We : a trwt fund of $32,000:!
baa racial and national .ntaclnnlvm whew It itrmnf tn rim mar also commend Police Chief Walter Headley who Atty. Zaiing only daughter
rvgnn of race eok r or creed" '"' hla tinman aid lcJ ricfeu. llatlnxMO has endorsed the change. tdHtinfeeri'cd' ) is contesting thtwill.

..a. frartnc no man-.the Xrsro crew. ..fi..... tn help vary mar Negro members of the police force have been limitedto I
la taw Arm briftf that all mm ire hurl .* Mot of anyone. U hekfbark.
rank.i of patrolmen first i class and servant. Miami's ivor dty manage!;
Under the new regulation whkh the City Commh! M,"Vn L. Rene arrived fromMarr1and
sion must and they will a on Monday and tookm
approve, we predict pro'eesrroes
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK h'. .t'ref! the same day. May.
:: have the opportunity of being promoted to detective ""r Hlfh *nd other officials werew.t
GOVERNOR COWNS ON RACE RELATIONS lieutenant and captain. .wh*") Itsworn I la
Last Sunday afternoon Governor Leroy Collins madea This is a progressive step and w* beli""*"e it w'JI 1 *. V->> City! C'erk Cerrell.7h. .

television address! to the people of Florida. However only please the public but it will be an incentive for th- ,. Ie "e. "n Tn

it was appropriate for the South and also some parts of patrolmen to become more efficient. "..v F-"k Peck'Ktth J.nIPOS
the North. The Miami Times in its I Issue of January 30 had th .A ,. Re..rb"rw'+ *
."',.. .ff'." of r-&.I ont
The address was made because of strained race relations to say: .
"""... ....H. A'.y Bf't"kwttb 1twh'v .
brought about by college students who have been "The City of Miami Police Department ha* five NVgro th+ tr! "e..o to seek
sitting at chain store eatine counters trying to integrate sergeants "who are classified as 'rmtrnl) sergeants.' In. .M fttf'f prefk4enttt I
them. They have so far failed. Many of them were arrested fact all Negro members of the Miami Police Departmentare
... ,
some fined and others lent to prison. This has happened hired as patrolmen and keep that title no mater wh"} ...m_- e.tf',,.''.....i I h'v.rre ntty elnae built t rrn.
in the State Capital. Tallahassee.The job they do. All white members of the department are ........ f. T.-- because of
Governor said he was ad\.erl not to speak on hired as policemen. i p"-"" .,- ey,' ""'''-W' III:

this explosive i 1Itu! but he spoke am! his address was a This situation has gone on for the entire 15 year I 1IP1"e..a'_ r."1-....r q.-t',,.'" P. e't 1'" ,.,',..t"of fIc

very worthwhile one. He reviewed briefly happening! IP I Negroes have been on the (orre. and it's about time the ...... ..,....,....... t" ft9'f'n.n i1
Greensboro. NT. and in Tallahassee by Florida A and M city do away "with this discriminating practice." w... Health officials! fetl"
and Florida State University students fge. If)1f'1t

The governor said the merchant ha the right to select At the meeting of Metro CommiwiorK'r* on ".eihl **- M 'w t''. t-rh ot"n'
the patrons he serves : the customer has the rijrht to day a very important matter was settled. SheuW Count?. s'ewn' ...4 ,,1.... f.
trade or not to trade and he also has the right: to demon Manager Campbell remain in office or not? 1.a-h: hr'n .M"e4 n.... 'h'1n"C
strate but if there is clear After usual formalitk seven members .Wn. any and present! danger, the of the cem t.fa Ve4a. ..
demonstration will incite disorder it is unlawful. mission voted unanimously to retain the servk* of the

The governor thinks it Is morally wrong for a mer City Manager. There are 11 members one a!**'aoed I. oe w.r-.h wc' 1 H4 fn beeoma
chant to invite the public to trade at hi. store and then took a walk and two were absent ..r u" 'h 's.o..i take to an

say he does not want or will not allow Xejnroes to patron. Campbell had offered to resign I if the majority want 27''' sae s'w vnt r f t'4ey ft to secede.T writ. 0(
ize one department. ed him to.The .

Governor Collins will appoint bi-mcUl committee vote of confidence given the manager should w '' h q bMt hfrd rIf'
for the state to succeed the Fabiiinski Committee which t> a long way in helping Metro's program. _, T" Rif C.n q dfsh.r
h t'r'1 a !rat More thus
has been working with race relations. lie also appealed to sNIn ltn 4vionrh aM
all communities in the state to establish biracial commit. Meeting! with commb+ion fA and city tax as! es.ers.
tees to consider racial grievances.( Metro manager let It be known that 70,000 taxpayer' ..t T1"rt"M 'n rmrif ant .. ivtte
"''erty w ,.ft4mae d at 359.010,.
Hundreds of telegrams were sent to the governor who have not been paying will be paying under Metro's '+o 'n CoilnsI'ri'

approving and congratulating him on the position he has re-&MMment, plan. eM ) 'nnh'wrr to dec
taken. Naturally a few people did not approve.In Home assessed $5.000 under the Homestead exemp the a'rs a cl+after tone andTanted. ,
addition to our telegram we commend the governor tion will be $10,000 or more. r..tue1' tor' barn < J

for his courage and Christian attitude in this racial We.will be hearing a ,lot raorefabout thin matter. Re, r1W111I. forme', DOlt

struggle. .. .. ..... ... -"- a. .'t NR ter was with (Bitrahtfnt
In Dade County appointment of In r-racial committees NOTICEThe |Toddle--- Inn- Presents- -- r1"m1rr..... ..... e'nt h-d .., .!.h7.i; at to Veron. 1 JeafYe'lt

is being considered by both the city of Miami and our holder of the following H. 4 tr +.r..I .....'n. 'eel
Metropolitan government ticket were winners in the recent Spring Tea e' .. ''''''." Ma
Bazaar held at St. Francis t :.... 11M a"'tb"iinn' Dndot%
Mayor High said he with the that
agrees governor Xavier St. Miry of the Miwlon, i, Jacb G'. Toddle Ina preaeatt1U a a.m. -". .'....h as Camay
nothing can be solved) mobs. The city's committee will School Hall on Friday. Saturdayand matt: annual) Spnag Tea C oo "vt Kr'r. enrnn+nn with haa"b1ttt
consist of 25 or more members. Sunday March 1S-20. Sunday March 27. 4 to 6 pm., ,
Commenting on the governor's speech Miamians had First trine: Ticket 4222. 36M NW 48th Terr, by the Pant .
Second prize 2625. t TNdCWb..
this to say: Third prize 1876 The theme ABCs of Health.
Dr G. W. Hawkins: Fourth prize 1319 Refrethment will be served FOR SAI.P

"Governor Collins showed real statesmanship in his -- R.r.lcf.st ,-t. oy.r..tufled
addreoi on Sunday. It takes real courage to stand up and ."t. I...... l 1..r chair 2

be counted.-Dr. G. "'. Hawkins. Nnllvwood bed.. A fOod|
Dennis Smith business man: COMMUNITY NEWS AGENCY and "r..i".

"I am tickled to death and don't know how to express J":"r ,,,1. I.. "f4 M t#! person

my appreciation" The governor Is a worthy leaderof COMMUNITY WErVSIOYS' UNION/ : 2186 N.W. 7th Ave.
our state. Dennis Smith. i

'The governor's speech WM intelligent practical (Wholesale Distributors For Negro Publications) I
and forthright In coming events it will prove statesman Onlv C7cc nO\Vt1

like even in the .. .
South.-C. C. North. .
HAS JOB OPENINGS FOR YOUIf : rr" ("''Re. 2-bfodfO'nL Lama
"Governor Collins showed to the world, including F'" .tie R.own' r"n' fit"" '. "' :-

the South that we are entitled to first class citizenship." you are a resident of Dade or Broward; are reguLarly Only Sv. .7O '-
Dr. Howard Hadley.
employed; Have an auto and want to make a M1Tq" SII.1 VOW |lN
Ted David one of the candidates for governor said :
Governor Collins talked on the 164 question.If few hours of your spare time aweek pay you by becoming Pr'Doty a"
a store is open to Negroes it should be open in an agent for our products. '. furnt.bed and all equloratnt.vt .
t r And.. not-. to
every regard, said David. I set ffart-

Doyle Carlton Jr.. also campaigning for governor OUR LINE I -H -.G.wc r-" t''ltnH.' nnee to to mltk see this nnney good
said he didn't question the desire of anyone to improve *eV Car.!! nosy.LAMGV.
his community standing but he urged Nevro leadership to I MAGAZINES EBONY TAN, JET. DRUM ;' 011PLT.X I

immediately desist from further mass effort. NEWSPAPERS MIAMI TIMES PITTSBURGH I (lnly et 0 inn
Rev. Theodore Gibson praised Governor ColHas as COURIER TELEGRAM .a'
i.kr4r '"' ., 2-h.4 ,wM,
cue of the greatest statesmen Florida has known.
ever ''r'. 2 1M. 100x110 fcot
r Farris'Bryant. ,thought statements by a fanHtdat forsovernor'on BOOKS 15 MILLION (NEGROES AND 15 BILLION t t" p.r Ar' .
cn fns'
Collins speech would run the riMe of fanning
flame which threaten to engulf Florida with danger to .
citizens and economic loss. THE NEGRO, STRIDE TOWARD T... '-'ea-tw'.n. horn
FREEDOM "'e' fW"'IW' .. ." .
( tnly G QUO
In Atlanta. Ga. students of six affiliated institution _

tQrmlng the Atlanta University Center purchased a space For further information or an interview, T-l, Manv 1'NNY,.
in the daily paper and let it be known that they are determined
T11 ,.,
to continue fighting for their risrhts. call OX 1-4505 after 6 p.m. evenings Wq '-

They said they do not Intend to wait placidly for rI3f ., realty <<

_..... .. ... .. ;
_ ops lights Which MB already locally and morally ours IT H-- "-.I.- JI a V ..-. --






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15 to August 12

It Cities. SO Days

All Inclusive$

2nd Annual' 'ITA
-- -- Teur

Scenes dcpic; *:nj the Foster Dave: }, Ada-Pea; May and Little! |j LoU JILU, case/ worker and Bottom tyw Garden Club
Mother's cat f.rst: annual Fla. Jane' Rtjsl Louis Schwartanan. chairman of meembers who presided at thetrs ENCLAND HOLLAND
mint. Tea of the Ci.kiren's Service Standing tn background: Mrs. the b> and of directors. table GERMANY ITALY
Bureau staged in the patio Rarer Andersen. I Rifhb Mrs Bernard Dalllou. ; program participant; .
of the CccnmuJUty Service Hid*. Center Ruth N. rout ass4s- tea chairman Seated. Garden Mrs. J. P Cera' mo, speaker for SWITZERLANDMONTC
345 VW lit street on March 30. I tan kutfeeaUrn Regional XX- Club president Ann Coleman the occasion; part of the audience. CARLO FRANCE
Above from left to rightMes' rector uf Zeta Amke, Zeta PiiIk Mho te also a member of the local Total cost $995.00Call
dates Pauline Slater Frank fa Sorority crwratinf checkTHIS Amkae froupCTifertnce -phcto by Johnson of Miami.

I er Visit' ewr Offke Far
-- -
Celtrful l brochures and
---------------------------- March 27-April 1. as .
rrprcaefttativrs" from Dade Coun Cemplets. Information.

I .- and T/LTf ty. Spacious Make Your Reeervatlons H.-.

Mrs Olive& Alexander and Mrs. AuditoriumIN Consult Mrs Mayors Williams
v.Aj"t..- -.J7 Irene Straufhter attended t It. European. Travel Adviser"
Little White !k>u* Conference In
Worshipping at the Church of Board examination and each Ta/iahaa.ee. LIBERTY CITY
the Open D Gr (Congregational) graduate is falnfully employed. Maaefor I
Many of them have eatabliahed Wet! 1104 N.W. Sr4' Ave.Mlahl .
lag: Sunday was the Northwestern Get Wishes' to Principal Available for Church use
High School' Chapter of bu ae* s tor themseJvea. Ucen- Alt-* GalL Mrs Ethel Ferfuson, Plorfe's
The Future Teachers of America. ed teachers on the staff are J. A. and Mr. Merlrne Boston. By the Phone FR 9-6779
J.tc."lldamt1 Mae-Charles Down, Johnson and Charles W ow. time you read this, we hope that Phone OX 6-0231
Miner Wiley and Dorothy Newton you are back to work again.
sponsors" of the croup, a a t Former )Mlamian Kenneth
with them. Under the guidance ol Hicet, and yvunf son Ruben, Ii..u.-V BRTHHAY' ArthurineChavia
such leaders,, this chapter is des rww tong in Buffalo& NY, Cities Caldwell, Luella
tined to become' a credit to the pent two memorable weeks herewith W T UIflpMia, Amelia Burley,
toaeh.n, profession."t hto mother Mrs. Victoria Gladys Knuwlea. Jennie B. RoberU. -,
it feed to be a tceacher HIM Pauline Smith rolled out Alma OeVaufha. Mildred L -
n:t easy not lucrative, not ro- the "ttek>ome hccne-carpeV fur DeVeaux, Gladys Knowlas' Var- [ ,-
mt.c. bu food. Teaching deals .(r brother. nessa Anderson and Sandra Cb- : .. I
A!rh ih n.nf childhood< with the wnen.
E _
traa-s. of human growth and H ett :ered' aun.. There Sheltua .
THOUGHT For The Week' God
i st n< thus: of the spirit ut uiadelphM u viattin* her
Teachers are' builders of human aorta Mrs Viola Chlnn. Sh Jaluvtn .ill net ask thy race, nor will H* <<
taifcerfra. rather than house nt a marvelous time.M ask thy birth; alone He will demand -
.,. What prefesska offers more '* of thee. "What hast thou r
|wr tiw. to that personal dune on ...r1hREGISTER?"
H Ruth Au.ua, active in
th wfciefc ...
gc goes to make upMWMfM ate. -
flTW ttud iit and commuaity affair ?
: A
laving choice )bibi
.. and Mn Mayme WU&anu. TODAY
CAM e efe you for cfeoostag
*U.; attend .the White HOUM
the :YfIIII and gad profession of
tt "''r. -- ..- --. --- y 9 #

Stttmtey moraiag at Hoimsmroury 4
... 5eM l Mrs. EdM
W**? am ps.Heart erf the Dade REGISTER TO VOTE
"". ,. y Cmtari! of Te.ehers oft
wn: Cia:"... ...t hcsc -
V Sfwctsl I Btaeauon D.-< You will have no say-so about who will be Presidentof
*'.q ...f Dart'set 10 of the FSTA I the United States unless you register to vote.
'4 MIllIn JftMOt Were Principal
"1t.." '.,. P Air, president; Ba- 1960 will be a year of decision, but you cannot help
ttatlim F ...,. .rona. Waiter An-
q va ".nGr! nt, Altx(t'nGuastc make the decision unless you register and vote.
OI 1l\1. Dobbs. Clara
Seaelrt C'ten' Matthew WilheJIMWI !- Negro citizens can get more attention from both

mtnla F ... EmmakaeH parties and from all candidates by just piling up a ,
_y.., an Intern at Mays Hutt
+.'9rt Mute "'Nit... high registration.Use .
r i' V
Frit ail are eoaantuJltia, the one-two punch: squawk with your left andreli.ter ;
CnE MrLeed.! brilliant
.. with right. .
"'"n 't'o' t* rhr" at North your
r- < f-: .err H t* He h as r< banal l Science Foundation
*selt.'*rhin to study at IoaSM4e -

T.-""' College In Cedar: -- --- ---- _
Falls ...... i

Our climat. adult educational Q. What do you
facMtie* and faWJoui, holeU .
have Ottdht from all (
people mean r/ E'AT....
wafk of file ana. tram many 10r -
'ft's. Dur'B' the weak .e met t
Mes4w Lola KvU Detroit! I
RHa+e1e.! Flint, Mich Belle J.
Fuller, Atlanta: and CTcmmJ A.
YOU&C. Albany, Ga. Mrs. Young ts WE MEAN THAT THE 1111
a graduate of the Miami Barber "DIII
CoEeire- and lit navy doing a
standing in tine. buttaees at the 'N TONIC UNDER THE SUN IS ..

Ben W. Brown and assistant GIN
Robert M Prymir. are doing a r
fine Job of the Miami Barber Collefe. -. cur r n u vrr DRUG 0" 4/5r.
The pommenccment exercises y *tntmm* iiyO f. '
held in the June E. Scott
AudHoriuro revealed! that the en- atuIJ mt' iwtui GUH !. ma nc usaauM MP1twt car 1(1{ no emi
ore clan oi 18 passed the State Harald 'J IIvette: Msaapr

Convention audUarr to A* Jfa.tional .
TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA: JESCA Plan For Its West Palm Beach Baptst OoAu.."" lee.I

Board members win ..... to*
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MARCH 26, I960un5 Teen Clinic I Awaits General fore 2 p-m April Sines *.*.
convention' session. This Include,
Baptist Meet all executive members, district
Tuesday. March 8, representatives
chairmen and
presidents, cochairmen -
r7":':" .:.:....: + : : ; : 1r from all our local Junior Baptist messengers and their directors of
:: :: F. ;; : f.ff'Z iti young
: :: and senior high school gathered Woman's Convention
..... f"'I' friends of the people's work members of the
: :.... .. .l .. J at the James E. Scott Community Auxiliary to the General budget and finance cnrnmlttaea,
: Associatkn to make plans for Baptist State Convention of Ha, members of the education committee
i Its fifth annual Teen Youth Clink Inc. will arrive In West Palm members of the clerical
. ) L{ The purpose of this clinic li Beach for its 71st session April staff and members of the enrollment -
to give the teenagers an opportunity 510. committee.
u to hear outstanding speak According' to President Susie C.
i ers on subjects of Interest to Holley of Fort Lauderdale the President Roller and her
fu workers will be on hand to '
: them. women will be greatly benefitedand greet
i inspired by the program. The the delegation.
The students were
designed to promote
program is
elected as officers: Regina Jollivette. -
J.Ii -
efficiency -
: : ,' food will understanding
Northwestern chalrman;
;. in the work J.
__ : .... Joe N. Williams Northwestern,j
vice chairman; Ellen Bethel G. 307 N.W. 2nd Av.
W. Carver, secretary; Cassandra Among the many outstanding
By A. W. COOKI Taylor. Holy Redeemer Catholic, speakers whAil::1! apes rn the Wt Make All KIMa ./ Pkt.raW

corresponding secretary Other program j Ie Mrs Esther W. Tyree, copy and enlarge wtvrte *fyeur
Ah-fcut-you-know-yea. Spring 1-- student representatives are: Columbus. Ohio member of the
is almost here. Since Sunday, loved emu at half prt**.
Northwestern Carl Mitchell and executive board of the Woman
Held in
March 27 is the first day of Vary Moon; G. W. Carver,I Department f the World Baptist Phone FR 43834DRIVER'S
Spring I can to as far as to say Slaying Husband Fleetwood' Price, Yvonne Poppi Alliance and the corresponding -
Siting is just around the corner. Annie L. Herlong and Hattle secretary of the Woman'a
Now there's no use of your going
Smith Wilbur
Holy Redeemer
Metro police are holding: a Negro ; .
out of your way or lOin around '
Coleman, Valeria Sandilands and
woman in the fatal stabbing
the corner: looking for Old Man
of her 40-year-old husband Rufus Hughes Jr.; Booker T.
because if don't know
Sprint you
him and Homiode Detective Aids Spath Washington David Davis and LICENSE !
ham you might pass by
Jesse Blue Daisy, Annie Rose
not recognize him. Most of my said that Mrs. Louise Brown, 34. ;
Permenter, Emily L. Hepburn
dear cousins who are in your of 2340 NW 74th st, admittedstabb.ng
teens know Mr. Spring so I am : her husband Sylvester, and Earnestine Flash BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
with 3 tnch switchblade knife
a -
not to I'm
talking talking
you. During the meeting the group
to my young cousins who have after an argument. selected' as Its theme Teens Plan

juat esay site teen Their Democracy.. O'BERRY'SMAGIC
I'd like Negro Catholic On April 13, 14 and IS at ':30

Priest WasGeoergetown pm. nightly, the public will be CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
TO YOUTH: invited to hear these teenagersand 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
other outstanding speakers
Spring is a time of excitmeni. express their vi Strange things happen. Flowers U. PresidentFew theme' at the James E. Scott OX 1.5283OPPORTUNITY
burst into bloom birds sing Homes Auditorium 7200 NW

grass turns greener, even on your Few .\! even among 22nd: ave.
side of the fence. It seems to be ,
Catholics are aware that an!' In order to these teen-
the ideal time for anything to glue
American Negro bishop '
happen. Its the time when you 1'OftI'D1ed I I' alters the proper supervision
my young cousins, in a sense, a New England diocese for I I there is also an adult steering AWAITS YOUSEE
nearly a quarter of. century.
become of age There are those i, committee which is composed of
Bishop James Augustine Healy.
Interested men and women in our
who wait ,
among us on an opportunity
born in Georgia in 1830, served
rjch as Spring time to community Serving on this THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
as biaht of Portland Maine
satisfy their ego. They prey on committee are the following
hearts terra 1873-1900. i I I adults: Farley B Neaaman, Rev PSYCHIC READER
young even though they
Not all his flock realized at
know that ycu are not as old as W F. Savoy Miss Ellen Tucker,
first that he
was a Negro aUNof
your bodies are developed, nor Mrs. canoe L. Antcn, Mrs ., e Ns
his relatively light complex-
wise to sound. Gwendolyn Dullard, Father It.DtoGrandls. ,
as as you try They
ion Most however, did know and
Mrs. Linnie
take advantage of you. The lust Mitchel.
in their hearts blinds them to all some at first protested his appointment Carver Portlock Mrs. Emma T.
else the But as Albert S. Foley, Soicer, Rufus Tribble, Mrs.
excci/t temptation of you.I S, J notes in his
cannot condemn' nor criticize Dorothy Edwards. Maurice Graham R w' .
Bl'hcp Healy: Beloved Outcast"They Cet
their actions because of your Herbert Ammons James li w
action You strive to arouse the were still overwhelmed b y Bohanan Miss Mary Davis Mrs.
impression of strong personaiity Dcrothy Graham. Fletcher Pas
them and you succeed in stirring
by impassioned
up the lust within them and they and by the oratory" chal. Mrs. Kathryn Prigett. Dennis -
commanding eyes Thomas. Mrs Hazel
become intoxicated by desire. Wright
they grew to admire and
Clinton Williams Jr Mrs. Ida T.
love him.
Ratcliffe. Robert Wright and
TO ADULTS T.\-Q other brothers were also Charles L. Williams.
priests. One of than Patrick F. j
Yea, every living thing cornea' Healy+ S.J. became president of Our planning meetings are held
under the spell of Spring. We're Gecrgefetrn UnJersity in Wash each Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the
bewitched but I do feel that ington. D. C, the oldest Catholiccollege agency headquarters, 1133 NW
each of you should be honest in the country. 6

with of life your, the children facts of about birth the and facts of Oat my year of Kt|"'>rl A<* cni l. and protect' yoa tlrvui. %

death Help them to be honest Life a. a UcbilMHi cubit ib ....p a.'I"'C m MAT*)
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they are human beings CONSULT HER _
All Ground Floor BuildingsCorner
limited in
many ways and bound
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the course cf living but also capable 2 Children Allowed 0 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now

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TO YOUTH Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or ia I
: 2474 N.W. 58th Street NE 5-7408, PL 7-8151 trouble

You'd better watch out. Tm Apr 9 It will |-y you lo rail and .* this lifted" M...Uan Pint
telling you why. You will be sub .
ject to come down with a terrible Where tbouaamU CIMB yearly for "help and advice. ye. too eau !,

case of Spring ever, and things, be ttKirltnl b) Ibis strange ..).cfll1otae power b
will never" be the same. I

Woul you like to earn $1,000 more this The ......* Und Mbar drlUmxl/ )Iuecoe and the chlldrea of tarsal j j

of o4 U .(tll ails lo Uy ant will cn a for
way tWoe
Beautiful Horn 'OIl on year? the troubled .ra. of life. let DOC him that U blUd lead roa er j
Your Lot
low iunbir wltb him

t BECOME A IK |uu d.>uM tb<> rtlMeor of tbtng b<<.... yoa fmrt a..
u them?

What dn JIMI Chink of be lovUlble wave and anoatda flat.
--- { Nightingale Graduate makeVlrrk..*, Tr.r|.boi.*. a.iio and Television- piMafbleT

A reel before II .|rtiau, llr. ronrealrd. rcrrt" silent la tbe

EARN JOB PRESTIGE dark ranb or womb of \.lnr*>. TIIKHK IM AN MUCSKlStPOWZR"

CtmplataPLANNING buU4181 anvlsee o EARN MORE MONEY
Therefore, acquaint ,our- f-jfa-L' v

6t EARN JOB SECURITY aelf with the one who is an -- '

BUILDING authority. Whose private


VHr New Mama to a higher state of mind.

All Information is

.e RENOVATING For Physicians Assistant Training Strictly Confidential # .

Over Twenty Years afCanatructlan STARTING MARCH 21 Office Hoar 0 a..... 41 pun.Sunday ;

IiBrf..aeQvarantaetf 10 a.m. tn I ,.... I
CI..... Limited in Number-Air Conditioned
ftatoafactUn Don't Write.
ClassroomsNIGHTINGALE -Call in Person

g1l l1 DAILY KrUDING ".0.> lrl.



1121 H.W. 29th StNet 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3-1675 1657 N.W. 73rd St.. MiamiMIAMI






hostess were thanked by Mrs.
.....,. Royal 20 Club
Myrtle Davis of 3441 Oak are. itwhooe

"The Atlanta Daily World" Owned By The Royal Twenty Women'sClub h.me the next meeting will

I The Scott Family I* Oldest Daily Largest North Dade Band of Ccconut Grove met at the MAda Belle Dunn is president
home of Mrs. Vassie Denard of Mrs. Ethel Privy, reporter.
Negro Newspaper ChainCORNELIUS Rally Success 3796 Frow ave. The meeting' waslargely
devoted to the final prep I
1'ft"e1Yf'd'' -.. -'.' ...- aratxins: fcr the annual dance KKP HAWGOIMG FRi.
In 19 7. Editor Scott which will be held on April ft.
1 a citation from Lincoln UrnVert.y Thought time and discussion was BACK
Jefferson City, MOo for his therefore directed thereto Invitations ..
3 achievements in the field of Journal -' will begin appearing in .e------_
d t.sm. In 1958 under his guldtnce -, the near future. .....--..-.----
3 yr the Daily World received .
ts.e Capital) Press Club award as The after meeting gaiety es-
"newspaper of the year" foe ralCir.t .. ton: was highlighted by. the array
service in the cause of human -: and variety cf delicious eU
rights. lie is active in civic ..M. treats. The guests and membersof
and political affairs of Atlanta Royal Twenty shocd their ap.precjat.on .
and Georgia and is a member of :;.. visibly. The host and

rjvcra! board: of various (rcanitatioru. -i .. ,. ,....,,
'l.. rtY+.r' acY Yti rm r r r '-:0--: "
Including the Mutual ...
Federal Savings and Loan Assoca.on ENROLL NOW IN
't Atlanta.
The WrtM: papers under Editor '. SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL
Scats 26 years' administration: W f
have grown steadily in both cir- ,:
For Life Long ProfessionFlorida's
C.1lat.on and advertising volume
and the have pursued. a
papers Oldest Reliable and Complete School
policy in opposition to racial discr.m.nation. I
q : .
In 110, Editor Scott C'O-<"ha"td 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998
-.- -- In( AUanta a citizens committee
..... ., .. .
K YlY( rt < Y. .A V M .c: trR a f Y .S,1nskki
which ,ueceftilly financed and
A. SCOTT defended a -year-old father Mrs Day: Barnes, active
The Atlanta Daily World and wfno had been convicted' for a chairn.an of the PTA Planning :
Scott Newspaper Syndicate bareset capHal. offense of which he was C\: mm.ifr: of the Band Uniform
".in unprecedented mark in innocentMr Drive at North Dade High, has TV
N'cg.o journa*.m, beginning ,n Scott is married to the for c'.crrd: a successful effort. Principal
mer Miss Ruth Perry and thecucp.e Ovaries D
dprc ..on d*'>) and continuing Wycne war high
*t:ees'u.l> iv taflueac tae development bas tao daughters. in his. praise for her and her Then dial FR 4-2044-.9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
hard committee afterthey
of the Smrtaeat both --orking
rcia.iy and generally.' Shaw University to counted contributions of
1131 The drive took the form of 1
Founded in Ata***. 1928, bjrWukam Host Youth Meeting a march during which nearly
A. Scat II. the AUanta every house in the area was visited ALL -
World was published as a weekly '
by a uniformed member of the
until the Spring of 1930 when itbeeame lIiflL raNI Shaw University.Raleigh band and members of the PTA
head- Tube
a semiwetkly. In early N.C mill serve as According to Principal Wyche. Special
far Southwldt Youth
Quarters a
J..-u.ry of iWl, the Southern Inc continuing overall Uniform
..ew p per Syndicate was forme. Leadership resistance conference the on Enter nonviolent Drive has metwith' ajcre s in each 17.ineh--$22.95 21.Inch-$29.5
wmweeklies established section of |its many-sponged plan.
weekend. Friday April 15 Sunday -
H! : Ala. Cokimboa, .-
.n ; These Included a general effort by
i.CU April 17.
"". $0.ga:: Tenn. On Ain McCoy, president" of thft SERVICE CALLS Da? or Night ........ ... $2.50
Apt.* 3*. 19:<1. the Atlanta Word The leadership mft't" being PTA; general' faculty, student
.iBj ."&.ia.M papers were trlA sponsored by. the Southern body and C'<tm.alr; and this Nil. Calls Our Specialty-No Ettra ChargesJust
*k.. M and m June a full page Christian Lradrenhip' Conferenceand big return dram a two-hour effort
wf ........** bjr Negro artla was is designed to provide student (7:00 to 9.00)) by Mrs. Barnes on received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph j
b getieadinl later to "weeklypufe.XTfti.on Friday nUht She rA' high in her
leaders frxm areas of recent' protest ss
..4 tilt tarsi and only with an opprortunity to share afprrc.ation to her committeethat Records All late h4ts. Special--3 for $1.00

r o..,.avure section published experience<< and to evaluate. the meant so much to its surer
weeks by Negroes and dlstributcd overall effectiveness' of their effort '**, They are Mrs. Anea Mc
nationally In Jne of 1931 *. Coy. Irindpal Wyche. Earl MI- Vets Radio & TV Co.
toe Mempiua CTt D.) World waj zeal, Miss Tbutnasena Walker,
H--d. r Attendance is expected fromall lUibert Strapp. James McCalL
Then n1932. the Atlanta of the Southern from with Daniel R. Francis, the band and
Word ofcafiged tram a trl-wevkly Aerial' delegations 30 faculty Mrs. Barnes owns and 939 N.W. 3rd Ave.
to a daily fang five week- or more rommunHiei In which operate the Barnes Beauty Salon
:> aid eae Sunday edition for six tjnoh ctunter ait-ins have oc- AU Baba ave at 22nd at
we't then became a even- curred.Some. -- ----...,...,...-
day daily: and continues M theft adult leaders of the nonviolent
: t tueecMfully' daily Nefroaewpaam movement will attend the
published and owned Raleigh meeting but "it will be
1Ih' 1 NegroM in the United State, definitely a youth centered con-
a tr.bjt ta the founding genius ferenceacccrdiiu! to Miss Ella YOUR CREDIT IS O.K. ATBAKER
f of :Musiistpyi-bem W. A. Scett J Baker, executive director of
! and tot S* tt family whttfe owns SCLC. whose office is In chargeof

; Ilk Upon enterprise.the eta of W. A. Scott The arrangements.official, confrrence" call is

in. 1144, a youa.er brother CornUu new under preparation by a com-
I A Scott i hn at tie! m.ttee of students and ia expected S 3[
Wood' and the Scott SeA*;op** to be released next week, Miss -
s.a<'.t.. curnpe.siag an affiliate Baker said.
., ..*.,* *n published ia other Dr Martin King Is presidentof
eitM He ha built the Atlanta the Southern Christian Leadership :'V :- -' ; (:!
Worid aad the SNS ninenewtipaps Conference 137 North Miami Avenue
cau.n mtv a wtde.y known
and respected institution, coowavd -
by 11 member* of the CONSOLIDATE YOUR
Scott ....:y. All of the SNS BILLS
gape are printed in the World's w. Reflan YnrrU.rtSa'a

p.aaill' Au.ata.4 representthe NO MONEY DOWN': I
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1960 The American Legion Auxiliary -

-- -- ........ ....... .. No. 185
:.A .... ... of John Grllfln Post
requests the hcnor of your ores- r
ence at its annual Spring Tea !
I Along Ereedbm's Toad Sunday, March 27, 4 to 8 pm. at .*. "
the Masonic Temple, 1742' NW

,..Bf RUTH. PERRYAt 3rd ae. I OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

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I .
: 3 Vie For
the turn of the century In "VVE CANT CHORE THE I Queenof
tM United States the outlook for ISSUE ANY MORE" FRIDAY SATURDAY
the Necrd and the fuionment of Gethsemane CourtWho
the most elementary, oi the Nagro's In the historic year of 1954. the
basic civil rights was almost U. S. Supreme Court handedJtfvro will be Queen of Getfcse- '
nil. After the Cml War and Its decision about discrimination !: mane Cant, Heroines of Jericho? I
the disillusioning yean of the la public, school education. That' Is the big question as three
Reconstruction' the South bad From that year onward the Agra contestants go into high gear for I )
gradually begun to tighten the for equal rifhts moved with determination the coveted title. Contestants Include I .
rips of segrgation around the Into all areas including Mesdames Janctte McDavis, Jr.
Negro. At the start of the 20th education public transportation Mary Brown and Dora Wright Ifi! AM s
century the Negro was completely public, recreational" facilities j \4
stripped of his vote and his housing and many others. The contest terminates Thursday j I II
basic citizenship rifhts just a Southern: Negroes were at last March 31with cererocnks
wide awake end to be held at the Masonic Hall
few yean previously purchased breathing the I
I : I 1
with blood In the War Between I first faint fresh air of freedom.In 941 NW 3rd ave.. 8 p-nx As sponsor j
The States were fading memories G th.emane Court Invites the ,
in the minds and hearts of our state for freedom has
gained momentum -
colored' Southerners.
THE BEGINNING in Court the yean decision.since Die-hard the Supreme Lily White Lodge 129 I h

segregationists have battled
The Lily White Lodge No. 129 !
What had begun as a sincere fiercely to withstand the advanceof
and just throwing-off of the Negroes toward their goal and: celebrated 'its second annual Silver .
Sip Sunday. March' 8 at
bonds of slavery ended' In all too few public leaden made statements Grater Bethel AME Church 243 j
short a time in the urging Floridians to act ina
qukksands ofjrgreeatktti.
NW 8th st, 4 to 6 p.m. It was avery
drawing the Negro democratic way. John Orr, beautiful
ever further and further down speaking up In the Florida Leg setting. SEVEH :
Into the morals of discrimination, islature several yean ajo, was The president and member j THIEVES
prejudice and bigotry We will the lone exception. Harassedand wish to thank their many friends
not discuss: at this time the po intimidated, threatened and and all Lily Whites for their finetirpport j
litical oaicanrry; and expediencysouthern censured' the NAACP has persisted in helping i to make cur j! [Im'M' 1WiIlHJMU'mwnd
pclitidans used *o in its efforts to reach its tea a wonderful succors She also IiARD
achieve these ends. Suffice/ to say goals In Florida. Nothing has explained to the congregationwhat
that the rights guaranteed Negro been given the Negro In Florida it means to bane a member PLUS -
Southerners were just on without a tight, and the lifting of of the Lily White security
paper in the U S. Constitution as segregation barrier in sanesmall benefit association and ,what it '
far as the nthMe people' below the way in education, public stands for to the response five UUED ARTISTS' SNOWFORE'HAS 7j
Mason and Dixon line were con. transportation and public recreational f .pLcstirn were received formanbershlp. I ITrfHHBtai
cerned. facilities has been a< pttwea only through the legal etc PARSON
At this time most Southern forts of the NAACP The Negro Mrs. Alice S Lemon was mw f taB M-lOUEtlA
whites were only too anxious to I in Florida has fought long and treas of cerwncnles, A very love
have this new form of slavery hard for what civil rights he ly program was rendered' ,
called segregation Politicians had mjAhas.. Mn Marnaret Carey Pres. ,
convinced' them that. while slavery I Albertha Green reporterBUNCHE j,
had ended' segregaUon GOV. COLLINS TO BE ,
wouldkeep the Negro in his COMMENDEDLast
place. and the South once again
would be safe for the status quo.. Sunday COY. Collins spoke
The state constitutions In the to the people of Florida In a COLOR
south bristled with segregation forthright and honest way. I wF..ar rise 'OC'A I ..
nets, segregation laws, segregation have great respect for the manner SUN. THRU WED.
legislation and segregation in which the Governor made BrlQltts Bardot |n
statutes And so began the famous his plea for law, order' and jus "A WOMAN UKESATAN" I SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
tice. It is .
"Vtate rights" doctrines as never too late to (cor
far as the Negro was concerned. reel existing evils or to try to
If a Southern state legislaturesaid gain democratic goals. However, In ClncmcScop and Color cocuuau founts r-t. a STAJCIY OOKM r!< w
segregation was legal why the Governor's proposal in set "Revolt in The Big
bother with the U. S. Constitu ting Ut, hi.racial- Mmmtt_____u._M_ HOUMS YUL BRYNNER KAY KENDALLPLUS
lion? throughout the state js not a new Alults fSc No
I idea. This has always been advocated .
THE FIGHT BEGINS by the NAACP students tickets Mid as
u a first this& Is adult entertainment
step in good race relations.
In 1909, a group of white and 4 --""
Negro clergymen, social workers, Legal I action has only been
educators and philanthropists taken by the NAACP because
called upon -all the. believers In there was no other course to I AIR CONDITIONED y
democracy' to join in I
a national pursue with little or no cooperation -
present evils the voicing' of pro. from the majority of white RITZTHEATRE
conference for the discussion of Plcddians The issue has always ;
tests and the renaral of the been with us here In Florida but .
struggle for styli and political up to now has obviously been
11bnt)'." And so shortly after avoided and Ignored by most NOW SHOWING
wards the National Association Floridlans. ,
for the Advancement of Colored We commend Goy. Collins for "Porgy and Be. \
People was born. This was. the Ms speech and all White .
beginning. Floridians will loin him in his SIDNEY POITICR. i -

During the next stand for morality and justice. DOROTHY DANDRIDQE. ..

until the present time fifty, a yean constant .I All may Negroes well rejoice throughout In the Florida. SAMMY DAVIS JR. IN TB1 SECONDS
speech of GHANOLER
struggle and fight PEARL BAILEY
was Governor
Collins. The issue has THOUSANDS IJu
made by those who believed In: now been brought out Into WUMSECQNDS'MELl
the -
American Ideal and '
achieve the goals of the justice NAACP.to world daylight will for all to see. The .- .-.- --- >< IE .LOWN
The struggle was costly and bIt.I judge them according '
ter. The roa.t.... hard; what u" Air C."datle".d r'ALANGE TO Hall ftCIUITIR

progress was made was in most --
instances bkttcd out by preju
dice' and discrimination. But in '
spite, of disillusionment, in spits RUPTURE-EASER
of lynchlniB. bloodshed and vio ..a gar as P..o se w......w.. SAT MIDNITESUN t,
lence, in sclte of disc' rimina!ton I MON
so that fairness and jus-;
tire and'demrcratlc Ideals seemed Randslph' Sctt |n
to be buried beneath lnIvtTltit Wi4YiN, Edmond ens..... I WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
to be buried beneath inn ; Sante Fe
mountable mountains in spite' "STORY ON
of aU this the NAACP struggledand Plus PAGE ONE"Rita

fought and struggled some = "The 3rd Hayworth and Anthony Franc oaa

more reality.until Some finally vcting progress rifhts was were a M..,::..-.=. I .. I'd Climb The Highest Mountain"

established;a 1Ol'M"aduJ te -. ... ..... .... Susan
schools .a.p.t .... .. .. Hayward Rory Calhoun
took W
their flr .
Negro M ... 11I1.HARLIM .-- ......
students. And In the yean fol
lowing World War I, progress took DRUG CO. Voice"I
some giant steps. 1400 N.W. ird A.., Mural. Fla. STARTS FRIDAYWZAlmD

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to Draw Sweet & W. O. Perry Day Williams' New Home occasion ed sincere and congratulaUoaa they la tarn ..wftsi...

Colorful Occasion Blessed wishes that the future years ex*
ceed all e ectaUOlll,

Byy ELLIOTT J. PIEZE: Toe new homes of Mr. and Mrs.
at Palace In a very colorful and appropriate Louis Williams at 1480 NW ftttasu
manner, W. O. Perry Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Jlamie Investors. See
business and fraternal leader Williams at 1482 NW ftta at,
Jabblnt Jake
Simmons. 122, was significantly honored by were blessed on Sunday after MM N.W. ISt* Ave
Miami. Mid Frank Sweet 124 also
ixm. March 20.
.. Elks'
the Lodges and Temples of
Miami battled to a hard fought Members U Brownsville Bap ...
southeeast Florida on Sunday Make effer.1$ eett-ve, 1 M4.
draw in the 3round
attraction t'st Church and the Her.
afternoon at Atlas Lodge Elks' paster. s4s *. Valuable M 189ft
at the palace Arena E. D. per* rt
oa Richardson
M.nday; night Simmons piled home 329 NW 16th Terrier.' The friends and many other 2 lets ....tei be ........
span occasion was designated as "W. were present! Dr. O. E.
early leading the first round Yaeger Sr, made interestng
O. some -
Perry's Day, and was
when he floored Sweet sponsored Gold Coast Realtors
with a as a special tribute to Mr. remarks and offend prayer.
bolo-uppercut punch to the chinfiAeet. Each room was then toured by
Perry for his outstanding work In 4M1 N.W. tad Ave.
hcaterer, came back In the f all and a blessing was asked by
the field of Elkdom as well as .
PL 1 !420
two middle round and more out Mrs. Richsrdscn. Refreshments
well as civic and community ace
in front with a aarace attack. tivities. were served and enjoyed by alL
Simmons cane back and captured Atlas Lodge No. 308 of Ells The Williams expressed thanks
the final Stanza, thus result- and and appreciation to the many
spearheaded the celebration Advertise
in; in a 1004'draw. AI all of the other Lodges and ,i friends who were present' for the It Pays!

'n the 4-round semifinal Leon Temples in the Miami area cooperated

Stewart 163. Atlanta Ga.'won a to the fullest extent in ,..- ..sA.
pit! decision over Jimmy PhilDps. the sponsorship of the unique FREE FREE
164, Abilene Texas. event.
I Activities for the day began
In other bouts on the tvenlnft" with outdoor parade through the LITTLE GIRLS
card the following were the results principal streets of the city. The
: Willie James' 148. Greene! program followed' the parade a Easter Bonnet FreeWITH
'U1e. Fla, won a unanimous de dinner followed the program and
c'sion over Jesse James 141, dancing ended' the festivities of
Marion InoV. la the cpeninf S*'I the day.A THIS AD
rounder. higAlLjht of the program was
some very timely remarks offered SEELHOFF'SFABRICS
Willie Bouden. 135. Triton Ga, by Atty Hobson Reynolds,
ezpured: a unanimous decision The Rev, E. R. Ferguson, pastor Grand Commissioner of Civil
over Joe L. Davis, 13S. Port St. of Bculah Baptist church Liberties of the Elks: who was
Joe. 379S Fran Ave, Coconut Grove, In Miami for the occasion. Atty. 63S N.W. 62nd Street 9 sum. 9 p.IL
where the annual Women's Day Reynolds captivated the audience
WJtte: Thrma 114 Miami will be observed on this Sunday. mrlth his silver tongue oratory \
I ned a unanimous decision over Mr*. Elisabeth Eapy Johnson, I during which time he paid a very
man Smith. 112, Miami la of Phyllis Wheatley Elementary high tribute to Mr. Perry,
.her 3-rounder.Ken School will be the speaker at the
morning service, beginning at 11 Also speaking on the program
Baoote, 148. Port Smith. am Mrs, Sally Wood will speak were J R. Taylor, real estate VOTE FOR JAMAICA SAM
VI. stored' a TKO our Al at a special service at 3 pm on broker Dr. W. H. Muriel Miami
Wo :en, 150. Daurson, Ga. at the Sunday.AS dentist, and Zeke Brady. Chief
b Antler of the Past Exalted' Ruler FOR GOVERNORIt's
ginning of the third round.
|I fitting lead-op to the observance
Council. No. 23 of Miami
!Harry Bela fonte. 161, Moultrie special services are beIng Weal solos were offered br
Ga.. battled to a TKO over Roy Friday alga each night Elder this S WHk.1 Miss SMrley Eddrn. Mrs. Geraldine Time for a Change
Hajrwood. 163. Charlotte, N. C In Roll of the Church of Allen. Mrs, Barbara Kee and
1:45: of the third round. I I Mr N Miller A choral selection'
Jim Prophecy of Coconut' Grove, will; offered' by the Elks Chorus' Com and Hear Platform
Robtt.un, 169. Kansas. have char** of the service. Sat was my
City. Mo, TKCTd Walter Walk. under the direction of Harold
urday night, the Rising Star Cos-
er. 183. I'I hint. who is also Exalted' |
round.Tallahassee la 139 of the'scocnd pel Singers and other singing cf Atlas Lodfie. Ruler I SEE ME TODAY
wtU render
groups a gospel music
i Mr Perry made a very timelyand
Referees Eddie program.The to the '| -e-
were Eckbert fining response occasion -
public !is invited to all of
James Kinncn. Judges were and thanked all concernedfor
Don Leonard Joe Distant. Bob the bier honor paid him en'w' -* b 6965 N.W. 15th Ave. Miami ..

Anderson Jr., and Bob Anderson, that day. Mr Perry was present
Sr, The time keeper was John Zeta AmicaeThe ed a number of very valuable
In.ioeto, coutning fcr the knock regular meeting of Zeta gifts on the occasion by the various or Call OX 1.1541FREE
downs ,at the bell was Joe Ses- 'Amicae .as held at the home of lodges and temples as wellas
ton the ring physician was Dr. Mrs. Albertha Carey, with oursponsor a number of Individuals. The
James Fischer and Elliott Pine Mrs. Eugenia B. Thomas occasion' marked another step
was announcer I presiding. The meeting was arell ward in Elkdom In the
attended by regular and new Amine Miami a. It Ia tor.//
members. Mrs. Lenora John to W O. Perry on his day In

THINGS ARE JUMPING! son welcomed new Amicae members am!. .
and assured them of a part GIFTSr
MAKE MONEY IN YOUR for each to play In achieving our, Coral Gables Plans
OWN BUSINESS foals.Suoreotful. >

A Proven Profit Maker financial reports COMPLETE UNEi
Race Study GroupThe -
were made as a result of our Fellowrtiip -
far as tittle a* Tea which was held at Dresses Uniforms Skirts and
$6,500 the home of Mrs. MayotU Bray Coral Gables City Commission ,
DOlL Tuesday voted unanimously JiiM
Blouses Pedal Pusher Sets Slim
OUTDOOR Invitations were extended to to appoint a five man biracial ,
TRAMPOUNE the croup by Amicae Maydell advloary committee on racial And Slack Sets
Brsynon to attend a 9t>tag Sip relations..
CENTERS March 27 at the YMCA and by Gar Leroy Celllns Sunday
.N an Instant hit *s. t..... InMrtUn Amicae Ernestine Davis to attend urged officials throughout.. SWEATERS LINGERIE
at 4400 Palm A".. HI. a Shramrock Dip March 20. state to set up such local cornmlttcrt '
.1.l .N lAd .l.. Flaming* SH.ppis f At the close of our meeting a to work with the statewide w. Also Carry Large 31... .
Plata jn HUI sh, an* let all the delicious repast was served by our board he was s x> nUn,.
facts abut th... rcr..tUn areas hostess.. Mrs. Sally Dudley thanked Mayor John Montgomery said Com and *.. what .. have) for you
far children sad adults that arerally the hostess for the croup. | the five members would be named
' jumping with idles and The next meeting will be held next coach. Each commissioner
N'tta cad .ppartwiHy fartxctllsnt at the home of Mrs. Pearl Boyd.1 i will appoint one. TOWN FROCKS

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TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Heart Sunday Drive ability; your wmingl....da .

PAGE 10 SATURDAY MARCH PHIL OSSOFER your eraytbJat' that t5sslsss..eb
26 1960
of wonderful
Great Success"The you Inch people to

SAYS: work with.

Heart Sunday drive for
--- 1900 has surpassed otsr $90,000
-Urges Presidentto The Negro press 133 years old goal' writes Mrs. Nanette Savage Electrical Repairs .
now enters the: decade of decision chairman of Heart Sunday In a
and glorious sixties. The war far; 1 letter to Charles North, chairman 0 Stove
freedom nears its Anal battle, of district No. ST.I ,.
Intervene! in Alabama and much printers' ink will be* workers fora the thousands of 0 Small Appliance

spilled before final victory is I, superb and miraclous 0 Outdoor Lighting
achieved. job. special mention was
NEW YORK The Negro, armed with know1ed -'I given to solicitors! In the north- 0 Hi-Fi and Stereophonic
has The NAACP e gleaned: from his news west section for the tremendous Speaker Installed
appealed to President Eisen .
bower for papers presses forth into battle i increase over all previous ,..n.
"relief and
The letter concluded
for confident and courageous, knowing ,
".utferln Montgomery, Ala. Negroes that truth is with him. With bless! each of you for your patience FR 3-1051
arbitrary deprivation of
out his he would your understanding,
their ne A papers remain your
rights In a climate of ter-
a second class citizen but leadership-, your guidance your
nor it was revealed
+ lhe4 today I
because' of these gallant editors
The association's executive' secretary the Educators for Freedom his
Roy Wilkins. also asked mind is loaded with the needed
Alabama Senators John Spark ammunition to carry on the
man and Lister Hill to "at battle.
promptly to protect Negro citizens are changing. The Miami t 1
there from terror and physical Times slogan "The times are
attack.," changed and we are changingwith
them" describes .. .91/ra srrin w Ae.+/ wwit'I
truly the
Mr. Wilkins told the President :
that "freedom of speech and assembly existing conditions. Are not the
Negro Eduoatirs for Freedom
of peaceful redress 01cnPY'lDCes
hepiAC: the times change !
have been ruthlessly! i I I
suppressed by Alabama authorities One must never underestimate' --
from Gov. John Patterson on i the power of knowledge which is 'm
down to local constables. the foundation of all worthy
"Police have Ignored the call of achievements. Knowledge brings,
a Montgomery daily paper for confidence; confidence' brings I II
the arrest of the man whose published
courage; courage brings action
photographs show him In I and action brines results. What
the art nt attartrlnr ? #win urt., results tt3Tt7t C. Al5tltT. FuMr-l DkctorOXUSfl
--- greeter can there be today

Dr. Harold A. Lett ODe year man with baseball bat." he as' than the breaking of the Wei$w. Ito A..e-
ago named assistant national director serted. 'I shackes if segregation
of the commission on labor "Negro Alabamians are de We of the Banal Faith are
management organizations fenseless In their own homes and I proud to have been represented
discrimination in Industry. Ho city before Nazi-like oppression in this glorious battle for : I
freeI -
participated In the recent NCCJ Seoretrary Wilkins said.
I| dom by one cf our number, the
annual Brotherhood
held at Hotel J Astor presentations New York It is in their behalf that "we The late Robert S. Abott founder of
Chicago Defender. I
when 29 persons from: the mediaof appeal to you as Chief Executive The sac-
for relief Nike and heroism of the Negro
and redress
mass communications, received through in
Educators far
awards. Dr Lewis Webster tervention by appropriate federal Freedom is echoed
Jones is NCCJ president (ANP). agency and by increased support' The Chicago Defender is echoed
for adeauate civil rirhtt l.r9th. !in this eulogy for Mr. Abbott,
tion pending in the- ** written by Lucius C. Harper cf
Youth Gets Life Mr. Wilkins declared.' The Defender, and reprinted in
I The NAACP executive told The Baha'i. World Year Hook
For Board MurderI I Senators Sparkman and Hill that nW8-4e,> He state (In part).
"Alabama news media shew. "lit educated his race to demand
A 20-year-old youth. who. bt clearly that Montgomery police their right as men. He brought
are them out of the .*an*. of
his friend to death with a board joining in persecution of Ne
was sentenced to life in prisonfor gro citizens Instead of protecting shaetlea and diaecursgement Into 1 P1
their premised land of hope and '
second' degree murder. I constitutional rights. l liberty."
Circuit Judge Irving Cypen '
I Impcacd the sentence on Albert I Wilkins"Latest information Is "Mr. Dee Educators he net speak for all Ne- Ism Kw Itr AYD\"saucy ft.OaDA, .A..of Nt1l os WIG
Dotsen 20. of Florida City for continued, "that newspaper fro far Freedom?

30.the killing of Sammie Lee Jones dent protest reporters meeting covering have a been stu- I .- -- -.- --- 0..,W.*.........0-.. e... ....... tar.N............t .....

OPA attacked Toe NAACP by a mob."calls upon you t J I Join Thf NAACP I
demand that officials cf the Stateof !:!.a.... I __ _ _
Alabama and of the city of a 7

HAS POLIOA Montgomery act promtly be

Mon | For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

nlne-yar-old girl "al Mr., Wilkins made his request' I
most certainly" has contracted en the basis of what he termed
polio Variety Children's Hospital the Senators' "adamant
authorities laid Thursday. She tion to any federal civil rights BONDED COLLECTIONAGENCY
had taken the Ccx oral vaccine legislationand their insi but county! health and medicalassociation "that states should handle their
officials said It bad I own affairs.
DOt bad time to build up Immun (I i
"If states refuse to protect the
ity.This makes three polio case 10 rights of citizens the federal overnment Inc.
far this. year, compared to five forth must du 10," Mr. Wilkins -
same time a year ago. eoincluded | ,
All wires were dispatched i
The latest victim Mary Trader March 10
f. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Frazier was In critical l =mss ,
condition from bulbar and other ,
types of polio. J. B. SMITH The largest( collection and rental 1t, I
She tovk the vsccne' along with ELECTRICSERVICE S
other members of the family oo ,
March 10 and ccmplained that agency in the South; operatng in }
same day she wun't feeling welL '.er rv

Dr. George Cricksen county Electrical Contractor Dade and Broward Counties'

epidemiologist: said she probaoly HOUSEWIRINC
was sick at the time she took UM Negro Housing
vaccine.! However It was fojr "Don't cuss Call us" areas
days later before her symptoms
became so marked that I physician PHONE OX L3625
II was called. L. L BROOKS PrwJtfant
'' Night
She admitted Day
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FromjCalifornia The Second Annual Curriculum SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1960 PAGE 11
Returns Display-Arithmetic Area organized WOMEN ONLYIIIts
Visit by our curriculum assistant strike Is not new. Its strike
Mrs. A. Jones Hawkins .was the could hit you. What One of the
feature of the March PTA meet- big three killers In the U. S. A. Killed by Hit and
I Mr. M. C. Strother, retired m,. This year, Mrs. C. C. Brown All forces are Joining In Its flgit
cachet from the Dunbar EleLnenUry : 3rd trade teacher, gave the live today. Run DriverDade FLY TWA JETTO
School has just return- demonstration using her entire
led to the city, where she spttft clue Mrs Madeline Polder, assistant WHAT1 CANCER. County's traffic fatality
practically ten months with her arithmetic supervisor, made count Jumped from 23 to 25 fol- THE
c: grandchildren m brief but vital remarks concerning As a public service to the women :owing the death of a pedestrian A.M.E. General
aakIDRand "" and Menlo the role parents can play !n of our cmmunlty the past weeks
Para. Calil. assisting their children with Greater Miami chapter of Links Pollee said Abe Wllburn. 50 Conference
arithmetic Inc., and the American Cancer was killed by a hit-and-run driver
During her stay there, spent Mrs Hawkins closing -
Society. Dade County unit along NW 22nd ave. and 155th
week in Los Angeles at the remarks drew the parents' attention at HELD IN
one the Student Health Club of
Terr shortly before
ttoteL. There she to the arithmetic display
WaJuns two former Miami teachers arranged on easelsCongratulations Mays High School Invite all women His address was Dot known. LOS ANGELES
to a Sunday: afternoon Cancer May 2-17 1960
..". Ann OJ'erreil and ,
institute March 2? theMays
Tajrior. Mr. and Mn.1'4.or to our prize- on Police Uncover
took net to St. Paul Bap- winning Jabberwock skit members High School 4 pm. Ad- $267.96 Round Trip
tar Cl1, the largest and finm and Richard Cook director mission free. Numbers TicketsA Plus $Z2 Jet Surcharge
L. Willlsms
Mrs Charles Is
La Mr. for the second ccnsecutive time after New Balance Later
caurcn in Angeles man was jailed Sunday Pay $27.00 -
and Mrs. Nathaniel
Donbar has won the cu? for lit president
O'Ferrell look her visited his home daa
Mrs. Metro police
and Colston chairman (4 wr.Trlp)
prize for elementary contestants program com
of and found
Ueeinf over a great area domestic complaint
-& mittee.
tn.. city and home for d1DDer.w.cr offered Delta by the graduate chapterof .1 the man loaded with tickets. ASK ABOUT OUR ALL
ouruu he week Mrs O'Fer- Sigma Theta Sororl y. Police said Edward Clark 43. a
T!* nty-six sixth graders and. NOTICEAll EXPENSE COST
relations SW 220th st,
rsru WOk her to a public>> labsrer of 12045
rtioorxoo. it was a real inspiringmccung Lao fifth graders composed the' reduced hundreds of bollta tickets.
cast for the skit Special thanks I Make Rteervatlene NewlNORTWS
and a lovely. coioriul members and officers of the .
to Willie Clark, mid term AMU Junior and senior Usher UnionAsoctation lie was booked for possessiont
grad and art major for the well are urged to be present bolita and released under
Mr*. Strother also visited Dls- executed backdrop. at the monthly program Sunday $1,500 bond. TRAVEL BUREAU
neyand and KnoU'e Berry Farm, Inspiration is being added to March 27 at 3 pan.
Antic in toe vicinity of Los Anleiea. our daily devotions through the Phoae FR 9-6779
selections given by grad group The program will be sponsored MIAMI TIMES ADS
choruses, directed by our mUSIC between Friendship Baptist Junior
attended the N.W. 3rd Avenu.i .
she 1104
in September consultant Mrs. Sally Oates. So Then' and Ml Calvary Baptist DONTCOST -
Convention in
.Nauuni Baptist far 4th. 5th and 0th graders have senior ushers. The program
San francisco which she reported sung forII.. will be sponsored at Mt CalvaryBaptist THEY PAY
U oeing an extra food convention Church between 15th ,t
ner only regret was that The sixth session of the Dun- and 17th at and 3th court I
lionoa had sued a small repre bar-Phyliis Wheatley Reading Deacon David Hudson Pres. I
acntaucn. Workshop enjoyed the talk given Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor I NEED MONEY
As wual she went to the by Mrs. Lutz, reading supervisor. Mrs T. L. Ellison reporter !
Cinerama this time "W1 dJam- We are still constucting reading EASTER?
mer" tae first dnemracle which lesson plans by grade groups. 7 MIAMIANS ON
she laid was a gnat picture.She Mrs. Troy reading supervisor and I If you start selling AVON COSMETICS now you'll
Mr McMillan zone 4 supervisor
visited many of the nearby BCC HONOR ROLL need to outfit your
Palo Alto serve u consultants. The 3rdlitbliogrash have time to earn money you
ciUcs: Redwood City, of Current Articles
San Jose, Sonoma, Rcaedale Alameda on Reading compiled by Mrs. D. Dean William A, McMillan, family for Easter
Reno and many other S. Love, our librarian was dis. Btfthune-Cookman College, announced
Sac was also hagy to have had tributed. 75 person* on the 110.or .\- 40% COMMISSIONCALL
the pnvueue of attending the Roll for the first semester
Word's Cighto Winter Olympics Our Prayers" is the caption I H.ao term Miami students are FR 1-6403
at Squaw Valley, She said it wu for March on the hall library as folkrrs: MRS. HARRIS -
wonderful although the temperature bulletin board. A collection of Shirley Psyne. Elliott Scsvella.Ondrea All
was 20 above zero. prayers from our Dunbar family Lents Edna Stallwerth
are posted Willie Gordon of MrCook's Chester HayeJ
her many Mianu calends raid- Maud
assisted In the arrangement

!rag now in California she said:. room Sixth Patricia A. Henderson.HARLEM (
graders are now
reaLjr gave her a swell time; Mr. -
using the prayers for some of our

Jane and Mrs.Griffin Cremer Mr.,and Mr.Mrs.and Reed.Mrs.. devotion reproduction period.A of St. Patrick atLough SQUAKLSWEET Get out of the rut! Come and see

Mr and Mrs. Arnold Perkins,' Alt ordbraces I
Derjh by SHOP
Mrs W V Sharp. Mrs. Malen the central bulletin board
da Payne and Mrs. Elizabeth: in the llbrsry.Nelson FULL LINt OP OROCERIIB Bishop HunterWHO
Watts Green gave lovely dinnersfor : Adams, principalRegister
her She had a lovely stay at COLD CUTS CO..ITIC'toI
the home cf Mr. and Mrs. Chas.' IS WELL
William Jr. N.W. 10th .tr.a.

f' T-t
Although she bad a very lively
stay with her children she PROF. HUNTER } t .
said she was happy to be back 4 .

lovely home weather.espeecially to enjoy this First and Second Mortgages Available For the past 33 yearsIf .._ .. t,

Her children Romayne. fleda I you are sick and 1" .
sod Roddy, refiretted to see her To Property OwnersWould worried or In trouble I

leave and hope she will soon this U the place tocome. "'. ..sl .,. .
make her mind to come tostay all bills combined into l
up like to have your In the ( "
you I l Don't stay .. "
This she she will haveto left? .
says have "
and some money *
five further consideration. one small payment, rut. Push back the veil .. J'
Mrs Strother reside at lit NW12nd If $1,500 or $10,000 will help you at a time of the lack of under.standing '

at.Why. this, let me get it for you. and bad luck

? Today is not a day too soon to phone if you want that seem to hold you
be Out of Style
to apply for a loan. in your track and ad ,,
Let us convert your double-
breast suit to a tingle breasted, H. DAVIS vance forward by the
narrow lapeL fit up. help of God.
Your Smilinf Tailors 9)7 NW MORTGAGE BROKER T

Ird Ave. Reuben Hepburn., Prop Your home and everyday _ _
indfiiKlsTI Phone FR 9.8531 Eves. NE 3-6754 life can be made
happy. He will show

I you how to bypaaa your
enemies and get the -

J' things that God put In the world for you. Let the

( AN BUILDINGBROWN peace of God 611 your soul mind and body then the

JSdKMIMoMTOH NEW power that U In you will be awaken and you will be

In a higher state of mind and spirit.

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MiAMi tlMES ftl'lAlii Services Albert tafcton ot
"' 1 I House 72 Quarter Rome

PACE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 19COCARDS family of the late, I II I Forrest Bryant of 7791 NW stead March 23-was, 10 held sun. from Wednesday Senieralhomestead

. I I MRS. SUSIE GILMER 23rd ave., died In Jackson Hospital Chapel with &lUt Rev.
11IfT ? 248 B asset SI. Montgomery, on March 17. Mr. Bryant C. McClary officiating. H.A survived
Ala: takes this method to thank had lived In Miami for 35 years by his mother J jrtyna.uther. .
MEMORIALSCARD the many friends and neighbors and was employed at the Sea- Leroy. -r 5'
Rev. E. T. Graham and members beard Railroad station for 20

---, ; "C"-- ...... cf Mt Zion Baptist Church for years. He will lie in repose at the Graveside service 'for. jh1 J -
ail cards telegrams, flawers and cuapel l beginning noon today and flat 'son of Mr. and ,Mrs Grady
OF THANKS ?F -a" s o< Than) many acts of kindness during the J pm. will be taken to his home Steaart bf mestead wa D ld
-- - ass of its loved one. I t. t'teM will remain until 5 pjn. Tuesday March 22 with the ftrr.

The family cf the late I T'le fatniy! of the--I late I M s. Came Kvans, daughter Thursday. He will be sent tc ).tcCb-:' rfficiatlnf.
MR. WILL AKINS i .. Evsn', grandscn m r cu Ga. for final rites en.jnday.

who departed this life February Mrs Carrie Rolle. -. March 27. Survivors Inu -

27. at tne home of hit daughter, grandlaughter, '' h's >idow. Mary, 3 brothers IN MEMORIAMIn
wish to express our heartfelt Robbie and Linda McCray ant 4 Asters

thank) to the many friends and feat granddaughters .
cad but loving of
neighbors for the kind thoughts r ; memory mynustend -

and deeds shown during our ." '"'"""" '., ," 1. if.. .t. i AMI JAMES, W, GRANT, .
of bereavement Special
hours t
: departed this ,Ufe March 23.Ji .
thanks to Range Funeral Home ;4
and Rev. C. J. Jenkins pastor. c.. I In loving memory of our dear ;, M May he rest in peace and
or beloved: mother, jht perpetual. shine upon. him.
Mrs. Mary Franklin, daughterMrs. | CLL.&\ ALBURY Mrs. Eva Grant wife

Muriel Broaden DiaL ITho>> passed .*ay March 25, 1940. f'i
Mr*. Helen Franklin DghLMn.
; A tok..n of remembrance of a
.. Elizabeth Munger, DghL mother we will never forget her i A D Or T'\N'KS
Timothy: Ak'.ns.! son
rr.tmcry: to us is a treasure, her

(toss a l.fetime regret TO some the The tansy! of the late.
may be forgotten, to others just
\1. .. Oi- THANKS part of the past, but within our I BLOODSAW

4, 4 hearts, we,, will cherish your loveto ,
To: family of Mrs. MalvinaDavo the end.Abury. n did Marsh 7, and was laid
who departed this life : Family rest March 12, wish to extend
r jqlr thanksard appreciation to
Match, 14. ishes to thank our
ul those who expressed their
pastor Rev. Aarcn D. Hall mem
bars of tne various auxiliaries IN MEMORIAMIn floral acts of kindness,
"'ards tribute and tele
n rne.y choirs No. 1 and 2, *
arm during the hour cf bereavement. .-
Stoiardess Beards 1 and 8. Puter' of
loving remembrance my "
Special thanks to Father
Aid Club, Women Societyof '
Christian Service The Golden JAMES (Muddy) JONES SR. I h husband j jrr Richard Deveatut and the Alien

Glee Club, The Methodist! who departed this We Feb. 22. .. n Home. *

Yen, The Poinciana Club, Tbe and war laid to rest February 27, 'w I +' Ft : Martha Keerson and Family
We..e1in Service Guild members wish to express their sincere : 4tl

and many friends of EbenezerMethodtai thanks lot all the Coral pieces,
Mrs Gertrude Mcintosh of 1959
Church for their cards, telegrams cards and donations of CARD OF THANKSThe
NW 39th died Jackson
sU In
cars during our bereavement A
tci*.r&ms. flowers and other ex-
s +' hospital) March 19. Mn. Mcln-
special' thanks to the and
preaa.ons of sympathy during our pastor family of the late,
gosh will be remembered
members of St. Paul AME among
h&u.s of bereavement Special MAS. ELIZABETH WILLIAMS
the early members of Ebenezer:
thanks to Harold Francis of the Church, employe of National take this method to express their
M E. Church been
Airline and the Richardson having a
Francis Funeral Home and his hanks and appreciation to their
co-wcrken tor their wonderful teary lor their fin* service May member there for 35 years She is many neighbors and friends for
God bless each and everyone of survived by her husband. Josh,
service and to those who donat-i kinlneasec shown during their
a daughter, Mrs. Lula Mae Jones
ed can, we say thanks may you bereavement. Special thank to
a Richard Nathaniel 2
son Rolle
Ferricita '
Jones wife
God bless and of ,
the and
each everyone pastor, officers member
General Abraham
you. She leaves to mourn her departure Jarne E. Jones Jr, son brothers and of Temple Baptist Church the*
Johnson. 3 sisters Mesdames
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
six children Franck Funeral' Home and the
mother Lou=e Johnson Ellen Jones and
Parhatn and father
neighbors of first court and IS'Jxst.
AIMS Butler. Funeral will be
Mrs. Francos Dekveaux Carrie Jones sister
May the Lord bier .
Miami and conducted on March 26 at 4 pm. you.Mr.
daughtere, other relative
and )( '
n. Robert HudonMrs. >
Mr., Alexander Davis : hTED at Ebenezer M. E. Church Rev.
Olivia Johnson
A D. Hall officiate.
MiamiMn., l will Burial In
Mn. Margaret Clark IN MEMORIAMIn Evergreen Cemetery.' '

daughter, Miami "
Mr. Joseph C. Davis cherished memory of our Sylvester Brown of 2340 NW : Opa' Lockans to

son New York dear husband and father 74th *t, was pronounced dead on I
Mrs. Albertha Ferguson EDWARD SANDS arrival at Jackscn Hospital on OrganizeModel

daughter, Boston who departed this life Marco 24. j, March 30. He is survived by his' Plane ClubIn

Mrs. Evelyn Cunningham 1859. i wider- Louise, six children five'I I
daughter Miami Gladys Scads | LAWRENCE f brothers' Jul Eddie. James,
Mr. prince Farrington And Children who departed this life March 23.19M Leroy and Harry; three sisters, order to utilize leisure time,

brother Miami Mcwdamn Gertrude Lee Will especially during this coming
Mrs. Ruth Hankercon, sister IN MEMORIAMIn Gone but not forgotten. May Mae Selt, and Dorothy Brown.'I summer, on March 24 4 pjn ..*
West Palm Death he rest in peace Chapel service will be conduct organizational meeting of the Op

Eight grandchildren a host sad but of Carrie Lawrence wifeDEATHS ed on March 26 at 4 pan I Locka Model, Airplane dub wd
loving memory And Family be held
Op Lock Recreation
of nieces ne+ bews relative
(; my dear husband
and many friends LEON DAVIS Mrs Lebolia Canty of U'". I Park (Magnolia Park.)

May she rest In peace. Mho departed this life March 21, I I the West Bunche South Park Browarl Drive Hospital died at Model plane building is an extremely

1939. .
II Interesting hobby One-
March 21. She is survived by two
Gone but not forgotten. May gets a lot of MUcfactlon slims
Expression of ThanksWe. I I sons Albert and George Canty.
he rest In peace and light perpetual She will lie in repose at the I completing his kit so any men or
shine hhn. boys interested in
upon this meetingwill
the members of the family Mrs. Ehrina. Davis wife lapel Ugtaong at noon Thurs- be. welcomed.
vf; the late lay until Friday at 3 pjn. She
will then be seat to Manning
URS. DORA LOWE IN MEMORIAMIn SC for final rite to be held
wish to thank our many friends March 27. NEED CASH .
for their telegrams corals and
loving memory of our darling
kind express of sympathysent mother { k Fred Rolle of 2361 NW 73rd $25 to $600

to us during the loss of our TerL died in the Dade County
loved one. It is our hope that God -- Home for the Aged on March 22. CALL PL8-3653
will bless each of you ..
Jtfi" He came to Miami from the Bahamas
Mrs. Helen Watson., daughter .. 50 years ago and has redded ..
S. Sgt Dock Choice ,... ,. IDEAL LOAN CORP.
here Mnce. Survivors are
... .
grandson 4 (I'James and George Rolle son. H*
6105 N.W. 7th Av*.
Mrs. Margaret Choice andMa.
S was a member of long standing
:. Johnnie Mae Santa r-iti n the TrinMy Weslem Methodist r._. ...,.... 'L1S
grand daughter Church -where services will be
; ,. ..
conducted March 30 at 2 pjn.
f f. { : Rev JoHncn will officiate.
..... "fl'. .:' FOR PENT/
Funeral services' for Willie
In sad but loving memory of ,. 4 Watcon. whose p* lnf occurred

w. Heir mother( # 'c rl r Yrs at hit home. 4700 SW 20th st in ly SUMMONS

West Hollywood on March IT,

. rtS ", will be conducted on Friday Rcal....rM fUalI..
ti j X" March 241 at Mt. Tabor Baptist .t. sir****

Church of Liberty City at 4 pan. '.
the pa tor. Rev Purdy Brown

M 's, VQ'1: Saunders of 1402 will officiate He will thereafterbe 4 bedroom air conditioned! apartment -'

Pacific, Street. Brooklyn. New, sent to Dell. Ga where final with 2 baths. 6312 NW 3841:'
Y rk died in New York oa rite and burial will be held. He re. $33 per week.

March IS, and laid to rest March Is survived by his ...idow. Helen _
i 22 She as a former Miamian a sister Mn Martha Williams a 2 bedroom frame house with
and (s survived' by a daughter!I I brother. Lawrence. ba-h. 2133 NW 70th st* $20 sr
France Saunders, a abler. Cas- week. *"" '

c.,4 1 I JENNIE: sic Saunders four nieces Rita Abe Witburn of 16101 NW -
who departed FERGUSON Clarke. Hilda Nelson Joyce J'hn-I 19th afe Opa Lock, died at the 3bedroomliving roan; larft
1937, She is life March 18. s n and Mary Albury. I scene cf an Occident! which occurrd dining. room enclosed front por> *v
gone but not forgotten ..
near his home on March bath. Jtot sad cold wattr $3A8'per
bove. to that Heavenly home:>> 29. He Is survived by S daufh .ftIIc. IT2 NW 3rd court.

I ten Mesdames Ada F Jackson
Sane sweet day Manker . .
we long to meet 2"
her and M'nnfe Carter Mine Maria bedrocntI1'ertzuat:_dta.-
Dorothy and Msttie Wi:burn. two CO week. 172 NW"
per rd-l
t ;
And share in her infinite love. Mrs. Annie Ruth Long of 163
Lester and Jerome. Chapel
I God knows bow much 'we miss NW 9th st., died March 7. Funeral
I(I services will be conducted March IN COCONUT ortoyi.
held Interment
March 19.
was -
you'ever '
I 26 at 1 pjn. Burial in Evergreen FOR RENT
shall your memory fade in Lincoln Memorial Ceme
bedrcorn apartment 3124 Plan
I Loving thoughts shall always tery. : St. $20.00.
wander. Seniors; .
t To the spot where you were laid. Youther Word of 532 H NW
Rae White, daughter 17th studied March 14. Funeral Funeral services for the late 3 room boue and bath 3114

*, MRS JOANNA SMITH (Harold Ferguson, son wart held Saturday. March 20. Mrs. Bessie Rowe of Moore Haven Perchnal av. tit per week.

; JOHNSON And The Family Survivors include a wife and four who died March 19 at ),It. .
who departed the life March 28, children Interment (in Lincoln. Sinai Hospital will be held Sun
I ;In&. day at 2 p. n at the First Baptist F H t*.*. specials. sail ........

Gone, .bul net forgotten. Mrs Gu* ie Scott of 617 NW Church {In Moore Haven She Day *r Night
\', Jy* fi. rat in peace. Your Vote it Needed 9th St.. died March 22. She is 1s survive by a daughter, Mrs.

J Miss Lafronla Xllggv Register Today! I M survived by her huabanl. Funeral Louise Jc Johnson and two grandsons Phe.s HI 4144 or HI 1.t1n

,, Daulbta' and Family arrangements" are incomplete. Allen and Edward Jobz>>oa. ,


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-I March 25 at I o'clock. Sponsors
Daughter Elks of Greater MIami are rs. Aurentla Ware BerdeQ
Temole No. 769 16th anniversary Broward Miller' Beatrice Oates. Fxidie K.
dance and contest huge Price, Marie Chappelle, Edna Jo
rucress.Daughter. Bank. The stars are John Doge
Alto Screen general County a* King and Patricia Cooper asQueen.
chairman and contestant for Miss .
Greater Miami Temple, won easily Newsy .. '
over her daughter competltlveswith -'.;..., t. .'
5.240 votes. The second runner ''' ...,. I' .., Mt. Zion Gets LightsOn

up with 2.500 vote "
Watttr BewaMemorial last Sunray March 20 at
WANTEDWould I WOMEN SEW Easy ready-cut Daughter Screen and her contest ... the 11 o'clock hour the Mount
wrap-a-round aprons home. Earn committee. Dts. Maude Glass Zion Baptist Church dedicatedthe
like a clean, Christian, $26.16 a dozen. Spare time. Write Pinkie Lowe. Edna Davis, Sarah I ------- lights which hang from the

middle-*!* woman to lire |n my Accurate Mfgr, Freeport, New Smalley. Betty Fisher Sybil I Hospital Bond Referendum oire of the church, a gift from
home u one of the family. Dutyto York. B'blt and Bertha Perry worked passed with flying colors Mb Marie M. White.
care for two children duringthe diligently for the contest from after the election on March 16. The service featured hymns'
day. No food to buy. no rent FOR SALE its Inception. Precinct 92 turned out In great carrying a theme of "Light" n.subf't1 .
to pay end weekly salary. Can Dt. Myrtle Davis! presented' the numbers; 916 out of 407 freeholders ct the mlnltt '. sermon

SE5-W*. .f' HOUSE on business lot. $83 district' deputy Dt. Marie Whl'e were out at the polls. The Rev.' Edward T. Graham.,
-- month. No cash needed.' Your who In trun IntrrrfneM the' statenrejrMent After the 13 predncla reported WI'I am This Dark World's
CHILD CARE land In trade anywhere on earth of IBPOEW. W. O. the total number of voters was Urhf

Qualified woman to are for foreign currency' accepted $11,500 Perry who made some very Interesting I 13.201 for and 970 against The The gift was presented throughIts
children. Pick up and deliver. TU 7-4392. and timely remarks" to South Broward Hospital Commission minister by Miss White. Her
Hot meat Call OX 1-0478. the grand occasion, and was planned Thursday night to statement of presentation was
HOUSE TRAILER with: stove, received with great ovation by to meet Monday to dkeuss with made In a white folder bound fr
CHILD CAREWill bed and sink. Good condition. all attendinf! the rweet 16th an- architects the expansion of the that rurpose. The statement
$150. Phone' NE 4-4966 or call at niverry of Greater Miami hac: >1 ta I. among ether things ('Ontllnhit
are for your child whilerou 4633 NW 27th ave. Temple line "Mar they (light) serveas
work. OX 64096.GARDENER. Dt Screen ww all rmIVs when Congratulations to Mrs. Era Mae a beacon for men' and women
You'TelOt to tee to appreciate. Mr PetTY errwred her queen' of Daniels on the opening of her tw'bo have forgotten God As
Quality construction 3 bedroom Greater Miami! Temple No 769 for "tf,. store at 4030 SW 17th at. r source cf divine Inspiration for
to 2 bath CBS beuse. Centrally 1MUMU or until another queen Is Mr and Mrs. McDaniels live at Mote. of m who s rve" Him
With own care your heated and air condition crowned It wa a pleasure fort 4230 SW 28th st. Their special' Gratitude on the part of the
lawn. OX 1-0868. Pringle.RUMMAGE ed. Florida porch. 3461 Florida Dt nu MaHon Muldrow to an- ties will be grocery, vegetable church was returned by the mln-
nmince the winner! and the Mrs Ethel Graham.
ave.. Coconut Grere. $26.600.Open run- md meats. ister's wife
SALE weekends. PL 1-3323 tot ner-up' and thanks the contestant Then the' conrrefatlon' stood to.rather -

Every day. everything cheap,, information.In the for their working to make The Progressive Club of South to sing "Led Kln"lyLll'ht"
0150 NW 22nl are.RUMMAGE. content successful Broward will meet at the home of The prayer of dedicationwas
After the crowning of the offered by De i-on Daniel
Ann nd
the Liberty City area. Large < Ramsey Wednesday' '
SALE 110 x 105 feet corner let Will queen the Grand March was led March 30. 9 pm. All members John rn .mt1ntendent of thecunday
by President Perry and SchoolStorr.
thequeen asked be '
build to suit arc to present
Five cents to a dollar
Dt Screen, the chairman ,
R. J. Daron Construction Co. -
Clothing! lame table
pillows of the
annivenary celebration Mrs Mabeltart Ml'r nrl
JE 2.4343 of 4200 SW *
and chain
takes this method of thanking .
28th it. lIyde Park and ..U-
149 N.W. 61nd Street the committee' daughters" friends known beautician of Miami, died Rogers in Recital
DAVE TRADING POST and patrons who made' the whole Saturday morning March ...
The is invited to attenda affair of shoot for the moon a Funeral. services will' be held Sfme of the mmt outstanding!
FOR RENT plritual tea at the home of success, with such cooperation Sunday afternoon at Gethaemane talent In Miami will be present
Mns. Bessie IVrthune. Sunday sh.. wouldn't mind another such Baptist Church In Carver Ranches ..t In a n-HMl imon ored by the
; March 27 from 4 to 6 pm. sponsored project with the goodwill of all St Paul GulM of h. frmreh e(
ROOM< at 141 NW Wi street, apt. by T A Roll Club. who can kJ her'* far we can go The Tnrarnatlnn. 1836 NW 54tht.
I. See Miss I
o Moatgceaery. The family- of the late Rev. Sunday. March 21, at 430

At repb Clark wish to thank all _

VICE ROOM for lady In i/ CHECK THE JO* i' CHECK THE MAN whn lent them' flowers cards pmThe' featured artists will Include
,nd telegrams. Mrs. "_,,,',..n !li't".. "'-.
hewn Convenient to three buses Mrs Joseph Clark wife Joaeph Tlorids
: eraduate of
nmno a
1$. 14. 21. Quiet BHghborbood GO TOGETHER! Clark Jr. lout Clark-Saul-
THEY son; Normal' (Colee and Hamoton In-
reasonable. Most have suita ter daughter.' Virginia Irutchlnon. tltute Mrs Story ss orranlst of
e reference. Phone NE 3-3166. ELECT David Clark. Rmillda John- Mt R'nal' npt'.t Church

Jiar 24 ton Julius Clark. Esther' Ram. J Jerrne Miller tenor *,fn

FURNISHED HOUSE in Liberty .y. .rtow Fla and a graduate of
FlorMa A and M ITnfvenltv' with
City Adulta only OX 6-009. p The tint grade' class i Ranches Elementary' School will'
.< ttrranii a matters' degree.Mr & .
2.REDROOMS' APT For details, present. a play entitled "The
Miller has arneared In
call 0X1-4347. W3 per month Sleeping Beauty." Friday night
I Broadway musical' The Happy

NOW Jl CTrNO. A choice 1-bedroom ---- ---- r.UaIt Indiana University" has
made' at earnee" In many citiesIn
apt in new building. 924
into outer ,
space the United States, He Is
22nd st m IX4S7C."ROOM .
A reminder daughter, visit the teachinr In the music department
AGRICULTURE sick and shut-ma with cards
at Mars Hlh.Charlnt .
IV HOMZ:., 1590 NW 19th commissioner of nowra or calls. Daughters Alice
T goners, a native ofBurlinctcn
OX 1-1207.
Dean and Amelia Shavers art
N. C Is. recent
r kYUSWESSMAN LEGISLATOR stilJ the list let them kaonr -
'ROOM. New.buI tap and shopTjOt .a.. -. .... we care. graduate of Jlf>thun .cock "l1
center.: Telephone and kttonen College. He baa appeared oa ra
privilege*. Twta beds. Couple! dlo I'm",.*", fetal TV programsin
or two men preferred. Phone PL North Car*'tin' studied organ
427 after '?pm. Mrs Denard. under harry Gll-Symthe, head of
s music denartment' at Shaw Unt-

1-8IDnOOU:: : APT. Partly fur Will' Your Colored Property versity' He nished. All modern Adults 729 Manage Wln Victory Chorus and Band
NW Sib Terr. MU 1-0223. I which toured Furore, organist for
I Rates BEAUTY Concert Carole at nethune-Cook-
NICE FURNISHED room for rem for less Than man Colleee.' Mr Rovers U presently
emoloyed' at LHlle C. Evans
for married couple or middle age
'O:8aft.: Cooking privileges. 1199 Regardless to site in the northwest section of Miami. This Week Only Elementarv School.
HW The' public Is crrflallv Invited
Mth st
|I We have a steady maintenance crew qualified to do $195 DOWN to attend proceeds will go towards

LOVELY HOME. *2S per week. all repairs, which will save you money. Our personal Very large 4-bedroom home organ drive.HomeOwners.

Adulta. Privilege of buying new close to shopping, schools
Colored .<
rented. Call or write for an appointment. We are
the downtown Pay
?CELY FURNISHED three bedroom area. Sunday
house. Quiet surroundingsin certain you will be pleased. only $&5 per month. I
Ope Lock (Bunch* P i r k Qb. Rev KrsH T Graham of
area). Desirous of clean nice, METRO REALTY Mt Zion Baptist Church and one
quiet for information Liberty City rrf the states outstanding pastor
rail NA as& and leaders will be the principal
Ap 2 3-bedroom 2 bath
FR 71144THREE new gorgeous
IrURVlSHED 262 West Flagler Street speaker at a tea roontored by the
et de'Dt'7. pttvate. CBS with built in United Home Owners. Anociatf -
Adults only Can OX 1-5012 In business since 1914 oven and range and many evening after 7 o'clock. aol NW other features. See this hfvne of Mr an** Mr Carlrtatev -
?lst ave.3twdroom. 'n 23A1 NW 63th st.SundsvAfarch .
I -- now, only one mortgage, no 27 bedrn'nr 4d

: house dining room, closing coats. Better hurry D m. to 7 cm A "nnA.l of the
electric stove hot iwater. Clean OPEN HOUSEWill Don't pay rent Only $995 nrTewed housing fer senior dti
*nl quiet surreuncing. S059 NW down and EZ term vrn of our county will be on

a lat at. Phone' NE 44179.NICE be all day Sunday for your inspection, dianlay.M .
I open .
,Sat'. of the Ho'itinr Aa.thfrltT.
ROOM fcr a nice single 5840 NW 3lit Ave. 2- droom CBS partly furnished West HollywoodOpen slon with Any Henry

man or couple.- W NW ttth on corner lot *rrinn.who Is a member el
P[. 7f2. Mrs. Young it.I $75 month Sunday all day. $295 that bMy. wilt h* on hind te es.
I I $990 -- per I down for this beautiful new nVn the mechanics of the bousIna -

'MX ROOM Furaiahed bouse. far eenl 1"'r Htl ens.
2-bedroom house, furnished 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS. ,....
fOtri Street
Apply: Ills xw fifth court Alt 3135 NW I A ade. prnrt.tn' will be
Down and $60 month i iHtin oven and range. ........i M.V* this a. most as tileD
Only $990 per
NXCT' ROOM for rent 234 fW Many extra features. See will be tnf""""*.tlf'O that will be

lltb.Bt.ApCS. Pheee FR 1-4C2.! furnished I 5411 S. W. 23rd Street at trs to all F>ervone is invited.Mnt .
nice home partly _
NW Street. A
3165 very ......... .
with chain.link fenced yard and storm awn Pearw ral :OTlarrfveH
IfQ? SALE IVY r>..-r. mw..v other Votnea
{nsra. Ur ....a tit.. K.r.&q r.,,fl'C re.
Down and $79 monthWe 11 N. Miami Reach and Opa "-'v In Miami tor a
,..000 DOWN Only $695 per Loc'-a. 1 h- *r".oma. 2 baths week1 stay with hHr rnta.. .

On account ot-dnttl-t am seH- I -. (low *s $795 down. ..er.A sera. James Collie efVW
tnt 5-rooa' boose nd 2 efficien h*"** many more homes to show you to fit your 14' 7Vh .t

des all furrriebed. This la. a rood pokt he ol(. Tb- y.r"o. ..r r,," crnnnlded
1 income for life. $12.000. 1044 NW 'I fWir.HT' REALTY 5S. .,...,. thin M d'Jtv with the

ftls! ItI Cflfl MAN RFA F TATF A. ...- It. ..,.. hit w<'.. the for-
PI 7."456 283 NW 79th St nf'4c.' ....,. .i n---tt .911
I 2W8 N W f?'.rf Street P -rn" 0" 1.)3'O -"I m- to' W -h'n"on where heft

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Church of Transfiguration NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev.

<()> James E Brown' pastor
2571 N.W. 192nd Terr. Bro. Vandeil Bonn, reporter"
Yen. John C. Culmer Morning Worship .r.._._,. 11:00
priest in charge Evening Worship _.._..____ 7:00B.
Stanley S. unl. reporter T. U. M 530
Service every Sunday
Morning Wurhip ............. MO
Cfittrc4 Sunday School .............. 1030 ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E.

to Rev. E. M. Blocker. pastor
me New Testament, Nazarene Clue Sweeunx reporter

School 10.1W Sunday School ... ......'.., 930
Sunday ... Horning Worship ______ 11:00
._ ..... U.tKiEvtnceltstic :
Morning worship Service ............. LOCI A. C. r:. Leacue ..........,,, 1:00
Evening Worship ._______ '.00
1645 N W lit Court
Church of The Open Door Lawrence Reddick, pastor
MareUa Reddick associate ST. LUKE BAPTIST

Rev. W. C. McDonald, pastorA. Rev. P. W. Williams pastor
PACE 14 SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1960BAHA'i E. McNeaU reporter ST. JAMES BAPTIST Mrs. Bunesta Green, reporter

-- of the 323 N.W 14th Street Sunday School 30
The Congress Club Morning worship ..-.......,.., 11:00
nlxht Rev.' J. 1. Johnson pastor
will meet
church Thursday
ASSEMBLY ST. JAMES A. M. E. March 31 at the home of Mr. Sunday School ................ ':30 BTU S30
Mr. Irving Goldstein of Wait Rrr. H. McNeil Harris pastor and Mrs Robert H. Simms. 14110 Morning Worship ......... 11 AX* Evening Remember worship this____anniversary____ 7:00
Van Buren St Richmond B T. U. 3:30Evening :
Hollywood former' Commander Mrs. Sadie F. Dean reporter begins March 14 and ends March
of the Jewish War Veterans, Sunday School ............... 3* "rlchti.! Worship ,:Jft 18.
Brooklyn will lead the discus :' Morning Worship ........ ll.oc: I Palm Sunday April 10 will Visitors are always welcome
Jon at the Banal Center 137 A. C. E. Leacue ............ 530: we
NW 11th ave. 7 pjn. Sunday Evening Worship _______ 7.00 people receelve In our the first church croup who of young have ML Pleasant Methodist TRINITY WESLEYANRev.
March 27. HU subject will be
-wh,. Develop Good H blUT On Sunday morning the youth been receiving Instruction since 2170 Washington Street Georie E. Johnson pastor
Everyone: la cordially inrlted to choir under the direction< of the tIn t of the year, under the Opa Lock Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter
participate in this discussion. Mrs. Ann Smith will render the guidance of the pastor and Mrs) Sunday. School ._____ 930: am Sunday School ..........,.... 1:00
music during the morning wor- Don Michelson.The Morning worship 11 ..m Morning Worship _.___ 11:00
ship service. You will be inspired evening service ':J(
SPIRITUAL MISSIONARY Church Council had Its Young People's Meet in i __ 5.-00
and uplifted when hear
first mtetinr cf the at the
10150 S.W. 17Cth Street these young people lift their year
Rev. Ernest Hutcheson, pastor voices in song. The pastor will >parsonage I o'clock. The Thursday Church evening Council at U MORNING STAR BAPTIST I METROPOLITAN AME

On March 27 the 11 ajn aer- deliver the morning message 'he clearing house for all com 514 NW 21rt Street I Rev. J. J. Williams pastor

vice the Rev I. W. Hepburn -.ni fluent' the evening worship the r,nent parts of the church. It is Rev I. Clayton pastor Sunu-j &cn"*M ,............,,_. V1.-0
be our !'vest speaker and at the famcus St. James male chorus the church In action. All ofTl Sister Sadie Ellis reporter' Murnuig wursnip .________ ll.-vo:
evening service the Her. R. Cox 'Will render the music. If you enjoy cert boards committees and Sunday School ............,.., I3-4 tvenu,g wutuiip ._ 7.11
will be cur speaker. Come out rood singing and have a desire auxiliary organizations were rep-i Morning service ........ .. 113r:
and hear these fine young men. to worship in an atmosphere resented by some of their members BTU 53i: Zion Hope M. BaptistRev
Sunday morning a treat win of friendliness an invitation is and made reports. Evening service' ... 73f:
be given our Sunday School extended to you to worship at Paul Freeman pastor
children. In the afternoon the SL James an day Sunday. Visitors and friends are always 1. GREATER BETHEL A.M.FRev 710 N W K9ih SL :and 17th Au
welcome at our 11 ajn. undav" School no
DTU will be conducted by the
president Bro. Leroy Clark. ST. PAUL A. M. E. services in the auditorium of the S. A. Cousin pastor Morning Service 11:00:
Seventh Day Adventist School at Mrs. Jenette Falson. reporter
You welcome at BTU ..
are always oar Mrs. Lee Cray reporter NW 25th are and 50th at Sunday School _.--,, L1. t30Morninx
church. Rev. M. 8. Fayson. pastor Worship ,.....,...... ll-no irenint Service TOOGREATFR
Sunday Srhoot _.- ,,.,_ pin Cvenlnc: Worship ........._._ ,:00 ,Ts,..Ai, n1Mt1
TRIUMPH CHURCH Morning Worship ...r., ..... 11:00 ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH I

p."f'f'tnh ,. pastor League .. ... .......,..__._.. 3-00: \
5154 NW 23rd Ave. NEW BFTHEL
Evening Worship .. 7:00 HOLY REDEEMERMass
Sister S. Daniels, reporter -r -.i..u.i. Rev. P. L. Johnson pastor
School of Wisdom 1HME Mrs. Sarah Pool reporter 7 and 10 (Sundays! Rev W K <*'nf h "UtOf'
> ninc service ...... fcOO EBENEZER METHODIST Sunday School ___ t30: ajn. I Novena 730 Wed ntr" Mr. R Cnn ev Clark
Y. P. E. Band ..._....,.,...... t3l Rev Aaron D Prayer service Wed.M' 738 Baptism by Appointment M"m'nt W-r.hir .. !!"

Tuesday and Friday ....... fcOC: Ernestine L. Hambrkk.Hall mwtet pastor" Morning worship _T..,,..,,, 11-00: I Information Class 0 pm. in tun4s. Sehnol l ......_.._...... ... trtia
.....__._. 3*,R
Sunday School .._ .." Evening worship .. 710 School. All are invited BTU
MT. SINAI BAPTIST Morning service .. ..... ..... lint Everyone Is welcome at holy Evenlnt W""hlo -..._.. T-00

Evening service .... ... .. 7flCSunday St. Mary' W.M. ChrfstUnWev
D B.
St. John's of rite Nazarene
Rev ct A. Thomas Is Youth
tutor Day. During E A Culmer' pastor
Sunday School ....., ........... M both services the youth will have Mrs.I I;. Dawkins. reporter' 1476 N.W. 58th Terrace Rev. M J Farson.. pastor
.. ........ |, H ChetA f' Mir*
ivfwnnrie lvnrshtp ... 11.110 full mare of services. c'.n& School Lawrence' Reddick. pastor
.......,,... ift'wutnr
.. .. ... 1.3Mnrntnr
Evening worship ._....._.. TOO There win be a song tnt on Wftf'4th'' ._ lIofM1 Frank Bryant Associate undav cchnnl

el Monday night between choir No. Rveninr: W't'rshtu' .._._ 71r Sunday. School ...........,,..., lon Wf'Inhllt' .. "oN'CE
of the
In spite prediction one and two. Time 8 o'clock. The Learue .._.._._._._. S3
the weather' It beautiful. Morning wcnhlp ll-on ... err
was "
public U Invited. Admission S5c. Sunday School wa led by the Evangelistic service ...._-._ 3'on Kvenm: "
Cool but not too all if
"severe The Golden Glee Circle will .tmerintendent Mrs. W Worthy.
which we are fratefuL have charge of class After the
meeting on devotion classes took
There creditable crowdof Bethel Apostolic Temple BETHANY BAPTIST
was a Tuesday nlxht *"eir reT'ecttve places with
young and old at Sunday heir teachers.' We wert happy to Doris R. Akins. pastor 3071 N W 45th St
School on last Sunday Next Sua- You are urged top ay for and have
three student Join our J. Lafluer. assistant Rev Rudy Keston. pastor
day "Precision D.m Son visit 9* lick and shut-ins. Theyare chooL
dar School The Holy Spirit was : S1 ters Polnciana Sis. T Wallace reporter' Manone Shelby reporter
manifested Sit NW Roxier.' 2310 N.W Mth Street Sunday School .,.............. -30
the Mth
throughout war Terr. Helen C. The morning' devotien was led
Sunday School 100 M'. __ I11X:
: rninc worwi.p
shin sendee last Sunday. The Branch. JseJnon' hospital Anna bv >
on r jr pastor Rev, Burns delhrered .
Morning worship 11-45 BTU _____ __ 530C
rendition of song and the aer Smith. 2501 NW 55th Term Bro. the m-.tfe. -n*heid" What ,-noI
Evening worship 730 tnmj .tnh c
mon menace ecnveyed spiritual Joseph Hamlin. 1856 NW let pi, Manner cf Man Is This?" No. 2
fowi for those who were present' 1'",. Ben Strachan 2130 NW ""olr fumL hed music with Miss
Mra. Fannie Wlttiama! and Stm *1. 81,. Eurenia Barntwell, Phyllis Ferruson' at the opran i I
Your humble servant wish to 213 NW 18th Term, Bro. Shed- and Albert Carey' directing No.
think eTerycne who helped make rick Han field. Jaciuon HospitaL ushers served.
our effort with young people a I'
weeeM. It was a treat auccetatoo. The church family extend OUT The' evening! devotion was 1Hb PROPHET LUCYEA
The Young Women Lea rue. heartfelt smnpathy to the bereaved ,, the pastor His theme was
the Wlllinc Worker's" dob. family of Mrs. Wllhel- "The Call to The Church. No. 1
choirs No.1 and 2, special friend men. Davis who departed on ,hoir furnished music with Mrs.
and members" who donated re. Monday nltht Also to the family G Mcrcrd at the orcan. No. 2
freshments and finance all of of Mrs. Murray and to the family ushers served. GREAT SPIRITUAL
which we are very very grateful. of Mr Gertrude Mcintosh !
whose" funeral swill be held at the We are praying for the tick
ANTIOCH BAPTIST ehmrh at *3t) ".IlL members of the church and fit I
Thotsfit for the week: "Makin I I ethers. May the Lord bless them.I ADVISOR & HEALERFrom

R... J. W. Stevenson, pastor the most of the day. is the best

M. T ev *land reporterltttMay way to_be ready for tomorrow! MT. ZION A. M. !.
School .,.. -. ,_,,, f-ft New Orleans LA. and Greenville' S. C. Are
)M""fttn wersnfp ....,....... 11ft1: MARTIN MEMORIAL AMF 22nd Ave Corner' ISZnd St. ,

,,1\\ BTU E"a++,lnr Wf'..".A t Itt.:.Im'the I I PI.h ua.A w.....t. Her r Ooa J Jenkins Treks ps'r you suffering, sick or need advice. If so, lee this

'Uft'tn' wm he In c use JIt ev. L. I? Brown" patter stndav !Rehrnl _...__ MM"nknr Spiritual Brother Prophet and Helper.He .
t of trt* yytTTTi fltrnnay momma' Wilma Harris reporter Worship' ......._.._ 11.0f..sore ,
wtmfcre. The hrafor choir wtl ""+1rAs. "l4+An1'en ..._._.._ "It '". ........._ sInv.nlnv
stet aM the Junior ushers wffl be wtgr wn"h' ......_._... 11 M W"shM. ... .... ......... t'fJf'
at their pa&Saturda" lCE Tsnt. .. .... ... ... 4'to has that Godfiven power to heal by prayer.
nirtt. choir No. 1 of GRACE PRF.tBYTERIANRrv : 'I'
Antoeh *s wnomorlnf a Ooapel! BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST Guaranteed to heal the sick and aiHn*. There U no
Wllliem T thYftY part"
Hour. Th- foTlewinc
appear' The Smlllnf croopa Jubilees will rrio vw 40,5. pf U'" 4w en4 ftltth rr... pity for those who know they are in hard luck anddon't :
Tiunvt Kinrs and others.' 80plete Rev T T) RI.hse4."n nestnrAn"I. c."A.v C""N\1 .........._._._.. 0.50se.w"1
'' come out and hear them. ,- Pratt r.vnrto' ". C...._ .. ...... lidM1N..erin'lo come to see the prophet. He guarantees to helpor !
Sunday March 27 at S p.m. eallAev !t4hnnl ._...___.. .,,, yo.." '...hhs, -.oN''W'

No. 2 usher' board will Celebrate """'nlnr, WMehln. ....._......... 11.0 .... not one cent.
!fc anniversary, You are Invited. rvenmt wershlet' _._...... 7:nn shut to take place
nowt, tt the Me ct.t. Tea whleh
The mother of Sister Roberts MT. CALVARY .h. "9" r ."u4 ...,..., ,.,.. f"IO .,,,at.
and Alfred i It very m. Let us pry' tor BAPTIST ,. IrMSe vwi ."'1n vntt'" fiends ti. Mr. and Mra. W. C. M. of Brooklyn, N.Y., writ.:
plait her.tALTTRM. A." T V1Wft.4I ,,,...r"rDh.nr. ."'t" the hriNMI p...."
>Lrytl. repr+rtr. twn "f t9"fis" iae3'" W1Nh "Since I drove down from New York to see Prophet
CHAPEL ......... ..Aral ........ .<. .- c.iAe. MPatt 77 4
R"' It J HI.,.*,. Niter, ___I". Wnrthti ... _....... 11''... R"s' Y"n csrnnl RnM to na's trJ Lucy., I now own ray home and a late model car and
"nMt "rw1 ft'I.' reporter' n T TT ... ..... Ihis, *r* t .*.... entrrtafnme.it'
ttmNfn nrtmut rMwmhtp ...,,,,"- ,.,-%$ '" T.A. .A *.fre VTrnta, a nice bank account. He answers your questions, and
MAmtnt ........... .l1oftft Hev Wm F Savoy!I mfnlsfrrVrvice !
ACT Lea roe __..,.........,. isnTrOQ n.,. ..." .".1 .""'.t". I'P fie' -- -.- ---- solves your problems.9
EVentnr wor Mn ._.._..,...,., : esnv T" _.. _n.i cis Lttti.Tt'A"M -i WAI.KrR=: TF.MPI.E
w. _
-"Inr for
.-.t. vmi rr ..._.. "I r.4 '?, r--.4".
NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH fr'Myey.VI.1e..r ._ .,r.re _.trRn1p to t.,eq "airt ..... "'..- 1818 13th Ave. South
,"..... C ,1.1"1'''' ._.....
,,". H. C. !Samtiels. Mate. f"f"II'I" and woes,hip with us at snrt'me.
Mrs 1MIvn! Oranffer, rt1MWf.. ...... 1 1 I.m" MttnC.1w,1 St Petersburg, Fla. Phone 7-20074

I Benday School ............... HO ,.".""." ........ ._.._ ... iMd1 MAR24
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Program at CerintK Richmond Heights SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1960 PAGE 15
Rev I., R. Ron Palter Anniversary
The first annual Woman's Day Jean E. Scott
Church prcgrara comes at o&Corinth March IT.Baptist Same Sunday School o Choir number two of the
Morning service .., ., 1Iuu
? Church of God cf NW Conference
of the outstanding women of Ml BTU ,.,,.................._ _...._ s.3" 17th st and 5th court Prophecy
ami will be guest speakers. Corn
cut and hear them. Eveninf service ...__.._ 1:00 beak ate 7th anniversary at the

Sister Hannah O'Brien is chairman above church": Sunday, March 27
330 e'd k
; Rer W. T, Thomas, pastor. << pm.
2014 \.W. am Court Many noted' sinters and choirs

THE INCARNATIONChurch W. V teary, minuter will be presented' Come aid eDt Once again I say hello t have run en this 17-year-old confi..
lurch School ......_ jjc -w the fine songs of Ztoa.Relrtyhmenls tUft returned from a long vacaUon ed kfller They write about his
School and Adult Morning will be served. mother and father the work that
worship "' tiM dear readers. That Is a vieatlcn
Bible Class fc30 Kvemnj worship .....__ 7Oi Re rinaki Thomas, president from the conference. his father dees. They have his
Solemn Sung Mass ... ...... 10:43 Ate>ertha G. Relle. directress autobiography, and still writ
EYC Meeting 5:30 Bishop Charles I. Mickey, t make not this conference for
treason 7:30 CORINTH BAPTISTRev pastor teea-agee atone, but for the more! Many of us work hard la
whatever way we can within
adults and in-between abo.
Thomas pastor taw and yet you never see our
This.k I shall take the liberty
Matthew Tempt AMEZ 1450 Phone N.W OX 59th 1-649S Street Rummage Sale at to speak for the teenagers.You names in the papers or public (Idon'

1628 N.W. 5th A.... Sunday School .,..,.._ Mfc might say 111 be their mean myself of course.)

Sunday School .,............_,., 93* Morning worship .........,._ 11.eOCveainf Brownsville Drug voKe. Some youngster (he may be s
Morning worship ............. llrOfBrninf : worship -...._ 730 Have you noticed bow people teen-arer. but not in brain
worship ____ TOO and successful pastor I If you are interested in purchasing are raving about us teen agers'1 sheets someene er robs someplace
Come and hear a gospel preacher hieh quality merchandise I here lately? What X mean Is:' takes the front page. When
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER at rock bottom prices do Everytime something happens was the last time you heard
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST fail to btat the rummage sate I that Is of bad character, and it about Gloria Lockman. or do jrxa
V W 4th Are. and 18th Terr. Saturday. March 2C from 9:30 concern a teenager, even body Just to be Understood! When we
Phone FR 9-1434 1571 N W 68th Terrace am. until at the Brownsville says "What is this generation remember her
MASSES Rev Ernest Williams, pastor Drug Store. 4434 NW 27th ave. coming, to? We dldnt do that
Daily -.... a-. I. B. Brown reporter This sale is being sponsored as when we were teen-agers They We tfcn-apers dent ask much
Sunday 7 .jn & &3t a.m Sunday School ...___ MO benefit far Holy Redeemer w "m" to take one teenager. and ; say you dent understand ::.us

Horning worship ...?......_ 11:00 Church Not only will you be fudge 50 or 60 or more bv him. sometimes we are right becauseyou
MT. HERMON A. M. E. BTU ._.......... ............_._.. S3CCvtilnf : able to do economical' shopping h there such things as Individual Just d mt If you grownups
R Samael worship ..._....-r--,.,,. 70 for clothes, here, Jewelry" ; but I d'fferrncra Why am I saying were perfect we c-uM under
-T Oay putor atA borne baked pfef, candies I thk Well I noticed that lately stand It. but truthfully you art
School ...............,.. 939
Sunday FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. and etc Your patrons will be here was a teenater involved m just as bad off as we are.
Morning worship ll:0t rincerely appreciated.' DO not fall a series of murders t admit that
Crentn worship ______ 7:00 C. J Burne,. pastor to attend thfe ule.Advertise H wj a horrible thing. But gee Is It not true that the world
Publicity Committee Claudia WlUon, reporter such write up did It get At the today places too much stress non >e

Sunday School ............._.... MOMerninjr rime tiNthf',. iwas a big .d- the number ef vewth who ma
ANTIOCH BAPTIST worship ... ..... 110 e ice fair ftrtng en. Why dldn' a foul of tIN law and Mt enough

Her O. W. foeter pastor Evening worship .._.._... 70 -- It Pays! the winner of the fair make blffer emrftuis?" en the "atfietyBineJust

A 1. Jobasoa ,....n.r hrad"ne Why wasn't there
an* big headline news about the
Sunday School .. ..._....., t-43 ftVng: bee, These teenagers' -- -
Morning Senrte IHW d nt term to get the headlines.
I BTU _, Wf But there Ire stories still being CORE Needs You
; Evening worship --. u L 74 Condemned


6410 N.W. 15th Avenue FREE LIQUOR !!
Her. c. W Scott pastor
Dea. Earl Golden, cleric THE CATHOlIC CHURCtI"

Sunday School ._______. WOMornlnf 4 One bottle of delicious whiskey yin or wire to every

Worship _____ 110WTU .1 i customer who shows thia advertisement after making
SOflTvenint :
' Worship _. __ 70Prarer : a purchase of $5.00 or more.

,reran. Tuewfar ... i-00 "Aad you would too" wrote a

noo-OthoIic rrccnUf, "if all the DRESSESThousands

Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist things I beard about it were trUe.

4f? Y W 2nd Ae.Hallandale "For I kept hearing that
rears 7 of beautiful new dress?., values to $35
Florida die Catholic Church was opposed
Rev rVnl mln Franklin
Rev r C MfClary reporterVwtt'ae pastor to the Bible and tried to suppress Only $1.00 and upUNIFORMS

<*nrire I pm k. I was told that the Church: had
e.,..,.... 4honl ..... ........., ....10 changed Christ's teaching and prac- But more than truth Ind fairnessare
\rnMene Wf'YtC't' 1100- involved. For if it is true as
... ... bad forms ofworship.
.f1 v1tp .. ..._ 1M"T1. pompous pagan we claim it is. that the Catholic
.. 6.M It was told to roe that
Church is the Church rsttbitthed

TFMPtE BAPTIST Catholics worship statues andimaged by Christ it is vital to your Mira &
and that the Catholic 1.00 $2.00 $3.00
Don that invewig-ate the
genuineness ,
"',MlY School _______ fJtMrnng Church defied God's law and you
of this claim. That if whywe Values to $12
wothip ..,.._ 110WTtJ Changed the Sabbath.
.... ... That is
_, __ 5:00 publish messages.
"But BOW I have teamed that Dig assortment of mans, boys and girls clothing
tven'ng wcrshlp ______ 70 send ..
why we are happy to you.
these stories and many others (SPECIAL CONSIDERATION TO DEALERS)
Tonitjht (Friday) the without cost or obligation .a'. i
women about the Catholic Church are not 127 N'W2nd Street, FR 7-2943
win swn or another dinner en thentic information about the I OUtiet
thee hutch ground. Friends are true-and never were. Apparel Take Elevator to 2nd Floor
'mf" to fire a helping hand, Every day thousands of our Catholic religion on which to form

'u'w4.r it the day tor the ."-J 1 I 1 I non-Catholic friends and neighbors your j judgment .
"".! "'oni. between the men are discovering, as this nun We will send you free an interesting .

,.." -."r>*n The men. with Dea-I I that Catholic belief, worship and pamphlet.e f4*$mflg Car hohe ,
*Mt A J Manna chairman and :
history are widely misrrpreKfiicd teaching oo divorce Mud
*- F/ Thompson M co- halrm I
-n are srlr* all out to hod marriages' gamMing and drifAwig
'hft. t place they won last a.odTbu is why we publish these -why Catholics do not attcnJ noo II r
**< The women led' by Mrs. :
advertisements .and invite to and I
F*,,rence Hepburn and Mrs.A you Catholic worship, answering
>**u'ta N.". ,,
Inc RWKI wise They are holdn phlets. We wane you to know us heard about the Catholic Church.
'n. th- idea that "Still water 1. and
as we arc-not as false rumors and
runs dH'JIt will be interest- It will come in a plain wrapper .
In* tn see how deep they wi3 slaoden represent us to be. We nobody will call oo you Write today <

run They are vi that they hare wsac you to know .if only for for Pamphlet No KC.15surttMi w t t .
t.bImrn in their hand your own information what the
The Rev Orman Pratt, aeaae- Catholic Church actually teaches ..s

late minister at ML Olhrette aDd what we Catholics actually beIirrc. t.Straighten .
Baptist Church will be the ,speak .
rr at the 11 ajn. service and the r
Junior choir will sinf. The choirs This enables you to get authentic I I

wiU stn* Jointly during: the information about the Catholic I COUNCIL LLJ

erenlng. Plan to spend the day Cfcnrch investigate ia die privacy I aHIGtfT1 Of C04UMSU1j
of your owa home Then.: .. I u..I am.a, .. I..'- es. ........
The patter and officers of the ..... though year may not agree .... Paqud hair
Training Union wish to congratulate R./ :-:- : your
wh Catholic beliefs and practice ad.t. I C-- u ur c w
Mr and Mrs. Oscar Law ey.r .
Mrs. E. Campbell and their .. .yora w2H at least vnderstand I at HOME in
many' friends for the very auceccful daaD. Only then wffl you be able M&0f'IP-- -

< dinner oven last Sunday fairly aoi ia good conscience so .. one easy applicationl!
mil ".
at their residence, Thanks a
Faith aad what k b
Lewrenee )ed0B sag
lion! They regret that Mrs. -
and son of one of the beaded opoo. nAil- Now you can hare the longer looking, straight hair
neighbors were injured in a traf1Ve admired. The easy, Sdky Strata home method
accident and wish for them a
gives you fsa* c al4ype results your
speedy lewjf
FIRE INSURANCERates toy to manage, ready to ttyU ae you d.... Your
Oo tie skit Ikrt are Mm VeoU hair ataya straight longer,won't go back even in hotUvt
Cox. Mre. Bethsheba BrJa t. on Your Home
directiona moneybeckguarantee
humid weather. Easry.Nafollow ,
Mrs. ZI-
Mrs. Isadora Rahmiag.
len SeW'llrt.. C. Monroe.' Mrs. GO DOWN IN APRILCall la every p.eap.QENTLI .

Evelyn Seymour. Robert Hudson. our office now to find out how you can benefit
Members are asked to visit them. reduction ttmfA /Wr wears sea.!
from thia uulJr.". ', Amj irr, rasa ace, fit;

Oyercorahif of the Naxarene REGULAR""rf*fgrmm',..+ert. ST ,

12101 S.W. Zlftta St. SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY ". faaner IIC TWO air OCNCZ, Ml S12S '"'"i'L r

Gould Fla.Lawrence N.W. 36th St. PL 9-5284 .Nk a...liMMf
Reddtek. pastor 631 c...-.....aa II.M saw. h/.r w+
Sunday School _...,.......- ICtOC Yes, we still w rite auto tnauraac. +
Morning worship ., .......... 110 AT AU COSMttlC COUIC1'WWoman's nWWf
Etaiynritatic Senriee S0
.Frt Prtyer and Bible &00

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Mr. Ceorf. .J! "
Fair Realty .
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We are vary happy In the home l ; ,_
you found for us. I ? -

We will always remember you.


Mr. and Mr. Patterson ',, r
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.Z more of these beautiful homes sold this week. Do not wait.'Do not pay rent all your life. Get security.Put .

up deposit. Pick your lot and build. i


3-bedrooms, CBS, rear all screened Fla. room. Built-in oven and range, circular drive to carport. Only

.ape mortgage to pay. No closing costs. See model Sunday, N.W.153rd St. and N.W. 17th Avenue.I.I3ERTY .


CITYIfew Liberty City $795 Down

3-bedreo ,2 baths CBS SeBnt5und: >y; 12.to 6 p.m.at 1923 N.W. 58th. Street2bedroora
.f *** ;-*sONLY -- ....... ......L.J. Jut 0Sft famished..Large utility,.hardwood
No Cf'M6q. cab One Mortfa"fe noon.

: $995 DOWN ......m ........... 11 1 I I I 1
hUt In oren and range. Close to bus and fthoppinv. Sell
rut. Hurry!! I 3-bedroom 2 I:abu.'II CBS

3-bedroom Brand New off 'II ,
corner .
$22 V9 I; pays all. Orly cat nx>rtace to p', CarTer
CBS home. City urater shower doors, Venetian blind, ... Ranc: e.. .
.c*pait' t
See 4939 S.W. 25th Street
1 See N.W. 75th Street and N.W.14th Ave.
...-..--... .......-...---....... ..-....----....... .IT"..

111 1 .._........__... .............._ 3-L-edrooms! baths
:J See Tracy this Sunday. at 7636 N.W. 12th A"e-ur. Oa* e \ ,d -** CHI ..toM"'. Nrrth Miami Beach beauties!!
C'..., t... ) t t -t .' '. ; c*..h-- riar w.*.r. Oven and
h 3HA.. JBOrtgaffa S&82 month. 3-bedrowi Cl*. f '1&1)1 ..+ME ...,..,. -II.. e.. J .' "'-r,er -itb i
U I l Jot.PIioed H.-Jiardrood floors. ...'.7. ,. .i. ...."_-. ,w.o' ." .". ,"*.\.'*-. ...",' .. r-....-.....,
ONLY $695 DOWN 'i.. tepn 5 erslry 1.(" r.m. Fee ..
;.qlr Z-Vedrooro home. One mortgage of $39 maalhly. I I 1573 NE 15?' !tr-t

See 3146 N.W. 60th Street I 152CO N.E. ISt' Ccu'tWC
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