The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 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: UF00028321:00211

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I Store Boycott Is Called Off HereHI HI

To Talk With Mayor

I Atlanta Home Bombed of the of the Negroes door" and poked threatened a shotgunout to and CommissionNegro

I shoot if they didn't htop. leaders here decided in

The dynamite blast blew out a merlin on Thursday to call off
A Negro home In a white section part of the foundation. Police a threatened downtown store
I I cs* Atlanta was bombed said one stick of dynamite WM boycott scheduled to fo into effect
Wednesday nlffct In a fresh out- used. on Monday
State Teachers to Invade burst of racial violence in the Officials of NAACP. CORE and
South. the Ministerial I Alliance agreedto
Wife Who
I No one was In the house at the postpone the proponed boycott
time the dynamite charge went until after' a conference with
off A Negro family had moved in Husband is FreedA Mayor Robert Kin life'" and the r

Miami for 70th MeetingSchool furniture and planned to occupyit Circuit Court Jury freed Do- City Cnmmixion TuesdayThe a
soon. lore Mitchell, 20 of first decree boycott was decided uponat
she a mass meeting Mcnday night ,
However It was reported that murder<< charge Tuesday
teachers by the hundred residents" of the all-white neighborhood said she' fired a bullet it'! the back I at Mt Zion Baptist. .Church. attended f
disturbed the f her hwband's head In Ut t by 600 Nefroe* and a
were over
wilt begin pourinf Into II COLLINS SAYS
few white" A. D Moore local
Miami next Wednesday for the purchase of the home While the defense at 152NW 62nd Terr.
76th annual convcnttan of the RACIAL FUROR family was moving In furnitureTuesday last Nov 6 She said Julius Mitchell CORE" chairman promised that aboJ'C"&tt I
and would
Florida State Teachers Association. several white youthi 27, beat her and once socketing go
ink effect April 18 lfNht
COSTS THE pelted the home with rock One thrrw acid Into her' face downto-n eating places U in variety

- --- and department stores '
Registration begins at Booker SOUTH Integrated.
T Washington High School
Mayor High !let Ms displeasurebe &
Wednesday evening aDd executive Governor LeRoy' Collins, In in Christian Hospital Gets known upon hearing of the
rfeiKna scheduled for
are .
addn a at Princeton University Pry boycott The mayor had
International Hotel atop the fabulous
on Wednesday night, said that met with his bl.racial' ennmit-
Miami Internatiorsal Airport "racial furor" could cost the tee that same day In an effort toreolve
A total of 100 rooms has south a deserved role in the political the attdown situation
been made available at this hotel leadership of the nation. $10,000 Challenge here
1 for delegates.Business .
The Rev Theodcre Gtton
He stated that the South could J
prrsMent of the local NAACP.
sensfons on Thursday
be rich of
and Friday will be held at Dinner a the r.tthe source country Inspirationfor in its SPECIAL DRIVEIS Rffuots and organixaUens haw gone ou to to ma4.ecash dt.Uf'ftI sailed from the far Commkslon.The ometMnf ftfweifk" ,

Key Auditorium. economic and educational pro- donations to this drive
LAUNCHED *o Mlamt Inter-Racial Committee
Entertainment planned will bea. fTMS.Dot if the should that the $10.000 would not beforfeited. has been. meeting' with (
wrap fraternal and
Miami's new half million dollar Many downtown variety and depart
mitt dub tour Thursday night Itself in a Confederate blanket
Christian Hospital has been civic organization have pledged merit store! manacer for the past
to the Eden Roe Americana and and consume itself in racial : their the drive.
offered a gift of $10.000 if its support week and reports coming out of
Carillon Hotels on Miami Beach; furor he warned, 1t would citizens will) contribute a matching The $20.000 Is needed to complete the mt'f'tllhaw been encouraging
edueatfeaal" tour Friday of theSequseturn surely for miss channeling its greatest into a opportunity won- $10.01)0 by July 1. << the furnishings of the hospital Most cf the stores claim.

Vlzcaya, Crandon derful future the products olchange I The tier was made by Albert and to pay off the balanceon company roller and net publicpreamre
Park Zeo !and Falrchtld Gardens; now taking place Peek Jr. of the Pick Foundation fixtures and equfcvncnl dictated the refusal I to
and the convention dance Friday who ha already given $75.000 The first contribution to. the serve Negroes at lunch counters'
He touched on Southern political to the construction" of the new drive has been one of $500 by hereNo
niffh at dinner., auditorium. Inferiority complex"' and. hospital the AdHphisn Club. store wanted to pioneer' the

Information center .is at the "ecocwnic prorincUKanY. which Mr Pick outHned his proposal Garth C. Reeves has been effort so a plan Is tryng to be.
have prevented' the South fromacerptinf in a letter to the board of trustees named chairman of the cam- worked out wherein all stemopen
Carver H tei Gilbert L. Porterof its poaKien as part ol I 'in which he expressed d-,I paten and any person or organization their lunch counters! to Ne.
Tallahassee I k executive secretary the mainstream of the national: aught m the WWiR, .Sd faeitt- wtahter to eontrfHut"' may I. arose at .the same time on a 60
of the FSTA. life ties of the new hoKpHaln ', call him at OX 1-0421. or ida, trial basis

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The board of -. r unsaid on Tuesday that
4 any "u Q i lottws Marr...4Ml and eonvict-
(Ifl .ea C'har.m alWfltvanc personal
mreahtsr't" "U hey ct..ia.wd.
from the sehoul A number. of
..Nd..... at the Tone.+ ae State
r A"-Iii"lturaJ College. a i oared' in
uncto dNMMerNaahvilie deeeolistrsugas In
Mwd.y and Tuesday.Two ..
whites wA Ave Negroes
were arr*.(.+(l ia Nashville as area
.JoJt flit. r''l tneialtn t inw
+ >e* M>> ...... ymrth. beat aN.tr0
I who rsfMrtod r hated a
b:ttte from a second flour wina -
t deswv lIMe weedIkvrwnairoua
in LJi Reck
wore baciaw whleh read: "I am
wearing 19W ........ with 1860
\. dignity I refuse to patronize
1 segrefaled store' Tlier went to
four departmeM s*.r.*. There
were no disturbaaeat aad no arrests
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0 The Hev Andrew O Holmes
rr rr ;>f Savanaab. NAACP hid rrere-
'ary of Ge<..r..... aaM that a boy.
"" 'f cloHiliig stores to Savan
nah was **,*eM clang The aim >uA .
place Negro ial nn.n ia the
Dr Martin Luther King At-
3 sn'a pastor and leader of the
Southern Chrtcttaa LuadeniiipCouncil
wilJ J be tee speaker at a

_.._-- ""a"" ...-r -...",. college studcsU meeUag this
E; :; weekend at Raleigh, NC. Ten
Approximately. 50 young ladies r whocls Seated: Juanlta Johnson -. Frierson. Naomi Shorter,'I Neat< shown in the picture are: Southern statue are ex wcted to
w!li be presented by the Miami Rotlyn Martin Sandra N'ea'y: H W;otrn. Beer A. Curt'GwrrxJoIyn Goodman: Francena send ropreseata4tv! and plans
Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Johnson Jacquelyn CIoumel.ar Ruth L Austin! M"Id red Johnson Wa Dorothy< Jenkins, Barbara are to be mad for a selcctjvs
Theta Sonritjr Inc, at the I4th .e Alford. Brenda Low. Ellen Isaac Mae Walker, Akna] L. Rliey. r Mason, Barbara Williams Scev- boycott of certaia. merchants."Support I
Aaaua: Debutante Cotillion in Marquess and Betty Brown." '. Cajste L. Plummer .a Adams, Ellen Bethel HelenBurner. our (tudcot*. Dont
the Bayfroat Park Auditorium on ; Claudia Duhart Thekna buy anything new, Dry dean the. \
the evccuag of May I. Second row: Jo Ann Smith Third' row Joyce Jordan old. Join the' new Negro In Uw
The prospective candidates all Jeanette Sherman, Carolyn Sands, ZBcctra Davis, Betty Stone. I' Fuaohe. Phylllc Jbhnsoo. Bernice Easter parade far freedom." Thatis
BMssbers of the graduating Catherine Bethel. Ltnalt Mat Woodye Stimip. Helen Glover ).111M, h+verne Scott Helea the slogan of tee NAACP.
chaste of the fire county Alga Ilober, WUU B il Larking Marl- ,Ditty Milton, Patricia Worthy Barbary aDd Sunday Wooteo. members in Greensboro NC,

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Lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath

MEN IN STOREFour 1631 N.W. 57th St.

men were overcome by
fumes Monday In a tailor shop Open 3-5 p.m.-JE 81340
above Schobllt Clothes 1W B.Flatfer .
St We Build

They were Identified by firem No Money Down
t !'n as Edward Taylor, 42, cf
1501 NW First pL. Edwin Smith, I We have lots to build
42 of 1347 NW 5th ave.; Joshua
1 Johnson, 42. of 14121 NW 23rd I SO x 140
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f. pt.! Opa Locks, who are empleycd Cash paid for 'Iota er hams*
V at taller and John Barnes, 28J I
425 NW 8th et, a porter. SEYMOUR BARON
They were given oxygen. at the I
! morial Hospital. Firemen said
1 1f 1s their conditions were not serious. I
The fumes were apparently car
Advertise It
bon monoxde they said. Pays!

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Pictured' are senior- from Be- DOYLE

thune-Cookman College, Daytona MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA e
Beach who are interning in P
Dade County: First row, left to PAGE 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1960
right: Sarah Miller elementary
education major Carver Elementary CONNER I
; Edna Stalhrorth, elementary -
education Dunche ParkElementary An Enjoyable and hear the talents: of our future -
Dunche Park.Scrond : Cynthia Sralt'V There will be fashionable
Birthday PartyOn
row Mrs. Florence LSmall 1Ift'ftf'Srob Town, morning attire commissioner; of AGRICULTURE
", school attire
director of Interns Be- Saturday evening the Carver
thwne-Cookman College; Chester Branch YMCA on NW 15th sports attire semi-fcrmal and FARMER BUSINESSMAN LEGISLATOR&
(Itaye. Dorothy Passmore Holmes ave was beautifully decoratedand formal -. pt. ....
Follow the crowd and be there
EJerwntanr Marie Thomas
; featured a gala birthday .
Douc1aI Elementary YvcnneMaMry. on time because: you wfll miss the -
party |In honcr of Joyce L. Johnson
show of life.
Northwestern High; Cora daughter of Mr. and Mrs. your
Culver Rainbow Park; Lowell: Frederick 1* Johnson Jane D. Lewis, reporter
Smith. Brownsville Junior Hlfh; All refreshments for the party
Carl) Sutton, physical education
were prepared' by caterer from
Jr. Will be
major. Broker T Washington Georfette's Tea Room under the
Third row Astrid )Mack sd- direct supervision of Mrs. Georgette Th. Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

Wachinrton ienee' !education; Samuel major.rutch Booker Potaucana T. Adults Campbell in attendance were Mr. Topic For PTAOn 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

Point-ana!Park Park and E'ioU Scavella, and Mrs Frederick J Johnson Mrs. Monday night, April 18 at The finest products at Cut Rate Price
Elaine Addnt). Mrs. Roberta 8 o'clock the" PTA of Northwestern Easter Baskets 15c to $2.39
Thompson, Mrs. Dorothy McKellar Senior High School 1 -
Mm Mtrian Johnson and takes great pleasure. In Inviting Dressing. .tt usFerula Caenmer Be we wet
Mrs. Mamie Hcrard.Eightyeight students, parents and friends tohear Hair Latlen ? ,_.......," .ii
classmates and firs hand, the plans and Madam Walker 888 Tank tM UI
Ointment' _....,.. .10 -
friends were present and particf prospects fcr the junior college "
Swamp R*"t ... J% t...
etfld in the party activities. fcheduled to open this fall I Peener Berfeme
,1j Just before Hn.ftRlnapp, Hair Dressing. M Father J.h* __ .78 US
birthday" Joyce's father presented David II. Dobbs, administrative : Lang.aid Hair Cartful .MMMMMMM. UtSyrvp
a lovely portable hi-fi to her. dean of the college along 0..1". ., ,.....,. 1X0 .f Black Dr HM M
s **lth Dr Herbert F Stallworth,
In addition the received many,
I many pretty and useful gifts. director of services and administrative
As the party activities ended dean. Central Center, JOHN A. McMINN. Owner

everyone' indicated' that the evening will be en program. Vocal music __.-ow... -
had been very pleasant and be rendered by Harold Frailer -
enjoyable interne in music under
Arthur Evans This meeting' deserves

j Style Time For Tots lfH6iv< the mnded pretence 1t1k1U.of. all pro. NEED MONEY FOR

and Pre-Teent EASTER?
Spring Fashionetta
Everybody is talking about the If you start selling AVON COSMETICS now you'll
Egelfocs coming event Sunday Monday night April 18 St.
have time to the need to outfit
April 24 at the YMCA 1500 NW Peters A O Cathedral 1725 NW earn money you your
58th st. frcm 4 until 6 pm. 3rd court will present Spring i family for Easter
Come out and see the children Fashlonetta at i 8 pm. It Is for thebenefit
model the latest in fashions by of the church and la being 40% COMMISSIONCALL
top dmiiners and manufacturers ( sponscred by the Woman's
Don't miss this opportunity to Auxiliary. Mrs E. Wing president
Julius Wilson, whom most ral-
m.aknow aj "Schoolboy" Is witness a show of .h
now a fiJes representative for Aft
Roma Wine Wilson has lived In
Miami for the past nine years, YOUR PORTRAIT .... $1.00
mine here fnrm Danville Va.I
He was formerly a bartender at ENLARGEMENTS I
the Sir John Hotel. He live with

his 57th wife*t. Thelma. at 2120 NW COPIES ,p Central Life Insurance Co.


Beautiful Horn 011 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 ,, : / CONSIDERATION THEIR

?bw Your_Lot New Family Group PlanFather

Mother, Children-All Under One Premium
New-borns Automatically Insured at Birth

Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount

c..pi" b"$ldIng MfVIc. From

.. OUILOINO PLANNING" $2,000.00 to $50,000.00The

Ywr New Hants Company Also Offers Other Attractive And

Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs

.. REMODELING REPAIRING ConstableDistrict Ji .


Consult Our District Offices The Home Office
Over Twenty Years .f ; 2 or

Canetrwctle.fi Cip.rl.n .. 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
Guaranteed ftatoefacUea Diligently work for the constant protection of

businesses and homes in District 2.
81F& JLL (5 7 Constantly strive for an effective program to curb

0([f [ )(: 9
NE 5-4171 by a citizens committee. FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE

1121 N.W. 29th Street Make all evictions strictly according to the law. 700 N.W. 2nd St 304 N. Eighth SLt

Miami. Pd Pol Adv.




Lantana Patients the .tlf'ftlts.} Mrs. A. C.4 nan is I
pre klent of art e Friendship Club.Thirtyf .
friend and retativei -
Get Potted I
made the trip by Greyhound .
bum provMed by the Dade
TB Committee of D a d e
County Tuteefoio) U Aaseetatkn.
County Tubervt lode Associationheld
& We *i.h tn thank all of our
Its annual Spring Party for friends for their participstfcni in
the Southeast Florida
ratlents at
three two events The Springr
TO Hospttal Lantana.. on April "\ .nti Homcccmlng.
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Sastcr greetings were made by
the classes of MM! George! Me- J. F. DEAL STUDIO
Mahon J R E Lee Elementary'
MX Lillian Mauon Carver E3ementary Phone FR 4.3034

and Miss Ruby I.Thomas' 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.Wa .
L.r typing data of North
western.One copy and tnlarg p.etwr.s .f
hundred' fifty plants were
f ;u given with a card en each. The your laved ones at Hair i r..,.
11 plants the rrien*
were potted by
Wa Make All Kinds of PlcturtaENROLL
a shl Garden and Civic Club as

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Jenkins Crowned -
SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night $2.50
Cancer WorkersGet

Miss CinderellaIt ThanksWe I CAL'S Nile Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charge

was Cinderella night March wish to take this opportunity BAR & GRILLENOW RENT A TV
25 when member* of the Zeta to thank all of three who (
pjrtk-fcrttcd in the Cancer Residential $5.00 week
Phi Beta<< Sorority. Inc unveiledthe SERVING Only per
I960 winner of the "Miss" Drive on Tuesday' even.Ink -
Cinderella Contest" The aboveare The drive was quite tucceia-'
scenes front the crowning and ful) as a result of your dilirvnt BREAKFAST LUNCH Vets Radio & TV Co.
member of the Queen Court. effort AND DINNERAt
Levels Dornthy Ellen Jenkins A very special thank to the
daughter nf Mrs Dorothy J Me followinc captains for the ruJ'S.a Popular Prices
Keller rdened during the even and excellent organization of 939 N.VV. 3rd AvenueYOUR
I Int. Moss ElM narrow lost winner their crusaders: 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave.
crowned MUt Jenkins. Mem Mm KHveae Rahmmc.
ben ff the Mars 'nibMndf.m School moM Heights area; Mrs.
Dane Claw performed thy Lester Perrine; Mrs. JUcb-I' -
for the queen and her court with be!le Dunn Coconut Grove: I
|-M-nUtirw. rat "THaek Mack" Luc*!Me TTmrHW, Mrs, Robert
and "S1eeS+.tk- Clark and Mr*. Amy McKenzie,
Wathlnxton HeUhU; Mrs Wini I '
"I could have danced all fred Klipatr ek. Browmvlllt; CREDIT IS O.K. a TBAKER
nlrrt were the final words of Mrs William Hanna. LItw11'j
Miw Jenkins This might have City, and Mrs Alex
been the thniM nf evervcne' ''n Loeka.
attendants at the Cinderella Ball The Dade Unit of the American
"The be" culminated a threeweek Cancer Society and Mrs. Nathaniel
tMT'teet Bponaoryd bv them Colton. chairman of area 'L' Sffi
nlx rt ->f Bets Tau Zeta Chapter
In ratatng fund for their
-Mfa"M. nee entatkms to the I I
five harh aehoois.Mtwte THE PRESS TV II I .
for the nrratkm!
was I '
plaved by the North Dade School APRIL 17Martin 37 'NorthNO

Combo. Mr Gtadr If Smith Luther Kin. Jr. leader .
erved a* ehlnmn" of the Cln.Helena of the historic Montgomery
Search Mr Mamerite Bu. Protect and precedent of the I 1 I
Millera Bas'Ieui H the chapter Southern Christian Leadership

Conference, will appear en the MONEY DOWN!
WOMAN ACCUSEDOF National Broadcasting Canrny's"Meet I I

SLAVING The Prasa" television profram
on Sunday April 17 at 9 i
ROYFR TEND pm At 6JO: p.m. the same show I I I
will be heard on the coast toi I I take
Me4ro Police charred a Gould coast NBC radio network jnany months to paylvi
'"""nrrun mf., f"..t decree merdcr Dr King spiritual J leader of : : : '' '
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tnHay ,
ctaim+? he hot and the student ....In demonstrations I
,keyed heb*.v friend outside a will dUcu-ft the strurclt for tree buy a II the Clothing Furniture* Appliances
*sfe"Mn. rht Saturdav dora !n Ue South. .
J-- b W1n4'nfi. ft J17JI SW In arranging the pro rsm
!15* ave you
b"''e' 'n Vt chet Marv tn order to have a serious disI! I
Alk-e Mart '' -' '>/', ]
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HMi SW cu ioa he would see that all the
nn14 t. wi c mmted at 7 am questions! that disturb acme of the
h" St J B Garcett' of Metro Scuthernwhile people are shop with confidence In one of ffcesoufi's

Read Paero' squarely: placed before Dr JOn,.

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STAR MEAT MARKET INAME. . . . . . . . .

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4 SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1960 Contestants in the Recent JESC A Sub Deb Talent Show

Ctftet at flit N.W Third Ave, Miami Florida-Ptwit FR 1-2211 :
Plant at 1740 N.W. Uth Avtnu*.-Phont OX 1.0421
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Member of Uw National Newspaper' mblUhera Aaoodatloa

Entered *. $. and CUM Matter Aapllt 0. 1927. at ttM Port Office' N8,1t4f
at Miami. HorM, *. under the art of March 14. 1$78
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"Christ our Passover is sacriffced for us! : thereforelet
I us keep the feast, not with old leaven neither with the
leaven of 'malice and wickedness! but with the unleavened -

bread of sincerity and truth. I Cor. v. 7. wa xa
Read the !story of our Lord's Resurrection as told by t
apostle Luke 24:1-12.:
Now upon the first day of the week, very early in the

morning, they came unto the sepulchre, bringing the
Spices which they had prepared, and certain others with fiIII.-,.'

them. I Hack row Cyril Taylor". Allen McFee. dolph (1st prize elementary) Regina
2 And they found the stone rolled away from the Billy Bush. Mary Louise Davit Norris Hill, Wright (3rd prize elementary)

sepulchre. Mose Eva DeVeaux. James Hartfield, Lo
3 And they entered In, rand found not the body of the retta Ludlow Mist Blanche Galloway. 3rd row : Albertha Scott, Marion
Lord ,Jesus. Brown, Jo Ann Palmer, Ruby Robinson,
Marsha Melver. Rudolph Sands Leon
4 And it came to pass, as they were very much per- Knight. Jacquelyn Bettis. Patricia Bettis, Carolyn

plexed thereabout, behold, two men stood by them in Second row: Helen McIntosh, Charles Bettis. Betty Mora Christine Marshall and

shining garments: Fortran ((2nd prize winner), Regina Ran- Nathaniel "Tommy" Grant
5 And M they were afraid, and bowed down their
faces to the earth, they Mid unto them, Why seek ye the - -- --
living among the dead? Revival And Singing look and listen. This is what gel I sinters. You must come
6 He is not here, .but is risen : remember how he many have been looking fer. and be a witness. .
Prayer Services I I Just to be hold her face' u a
spake unto you when he was yet in Galilee, Mother Christine Killings of fII6tnc. One moment with herMw
7 The On Sunday nitht. April 17 at Rochester N.Y. Is here, located in like flowers the sunshine.' "
Saying Son of man must! be delivered into the '7JO in
: o'clock old fashioned Revival
an ]
downtown, Miami at 947 NW 3rd
Prayer chances thine It is no
hands of sinful men and be crucified, and the third day will be held in our city ave. She la known as "one of the I secret what God can do. What
rise again (Caster Sunday night). Stop JnJ world's" ""t *t evanfeteta' and he's done few others, hell do for

8 And they remembered his words, I -- -- ycu.
9 And from the sepulchre) and told all these that I Come and don't be late. All
.returned comes my way in the future originates elsewhere singers' are cordially Invited.
things unto the eleven, and to all the rest. than in the Union.

10 It was Mary Magdalene, and Joanna, and Mary And from now on when I buy a wool coat suit or Attention ''Lunchroom
the mother of James, and other women that were with drat shall]I do my best to determine that the wool did not I Personnel
them, which told thee things unto the apostles.! come from the 'nion of South "Africa. The Dade
11 And their words seemed to them as idle tales, and Diamonds from the Union of South Africa ceased to Lunch Personnel.County will holds School: its

they .believed them not be a girl's bet! friend the day that it became the lawful State Convention at Dinner Key
12 Then arose Peter and ran unto the sepulchre; and privilege of Hitler's white disciples In the Union to kill Audits rium Friday April 22.
stooping down, he beheld the linen clothes laid by them.rch.ca and Rectotration u from Sao: an. to
scourge its black inhabitants at will.It 9 *jn_ Pieae be on time.
: and departed, wondering in himself at that whirls! would be farcical to write its black citizens" bPcause Mary Ray reporter

was come to pa&BOYC01T,. citizens cannot be slave The cunning, cruel system Jeie Giles, president

of slavery devised 1 by the arrogant Afrikaners deprives I
SOUTH AFRICA the black man of citizenship as surely and completely LOOK YOUR BEST
The racial situation In South Africa, slaughtering na.tires l an! if he were merchandise on the auction block. I WITH A PROCESS
in order to keep them in practical bondage, is gettingno
The hellish pass sy. better. However Africans without arms have been using tightly all chains, deprives him of freedom of movementand I I Visit The

whatever means they could find to protect themselves liberty of choice. No decent man can read the recent :I EurekaBarber
at least they show stamina. event of the Union of South Africa without sickening ra-
They have ceased work. They have demonstrated vukion that the white man i ill still so besotted with cruelty Shop

against the harsh laws being imposed upon them. Theyha.e and stupidity. Cliff Dyes Ben Thompson

set some fires. There may beery little I can do about the situation
Their treatment has been such that the United Nations But what little I can do. I shall do." 6888 N.W. 15th Av*.
has taken cognizance of it. They have the sympathyof -
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the press and of many nations.
The trouble affects both races, since last Saturday -
Prime Minister lIendrick Vcrwoerd Was shot in his face f-
twice by a wealthy white farmer. He is still in the hos

The chief of the Nationalist Party in Parliament took GEORGE S.
over and is carrying out the same stringent policy of segregation
and political and economic discrimination H ; :

against non-Europeans. .
In the United States, we have our racial troubles too, : OKELLCIRCUIT
but they in no way compare with those of South Africa. P
Weare, at present boycotting business places in many
cities and seeking certain rights denied us. This denial of

rights is just about world wide.It Tj JUDGE
Is time for a change.

And speaking about boycotts, we are wondering if ; GROUP ONE
you read Inez Robb's article in Tuesday's Miami Daily II I
News under the caption : I II

If you have not done .0, please read It. We think the
writer deserves an orchid. ...14... .! DJ. C...+v fifty r.*r.. W,... .114 ,...e4 rho ...,J... ,..&.
....",.4 19.1" ,....,M. Fa."" .f .i.; .. ... 1.4.' Co'PNati.; Cod..
"If there is one commodity in this wicked world that .......h' .( &...,..,-. C..i.. 'M
Lw ct.'t"_,... ..L.... .f ..L'.e. .,. ..,. .
I can do without until I am called to my reward, it is diamonds '..i... .. the Stat. C.tit.t-;
from the Union of South Africa.It ,..4, .114 I. saw .... ,,..4 ..4...".' .i Cite..., Lard, iN h...,. Ch...,.
.f t.. Oraad.ladraa. 14..mb.r .f Ff.t4. 1..l.tc.; C..IaC"
also will be a pleasure to do without rock lobster that. pro,.'04 .... ,..i.-; .f tha S....
tails which the Union sells .to the tune of $7 million an- low. D.".. ft.* U.I."tty .f t.Ci.L a..4 D.,......... Cod. W.lf.,. p,..
nually in the United States. From now on, in market and ..... M .f D.4. C.ratr F'-'We..o4 1r.. .114 ...i...". F..4..i.. Pr..
A...,... /ar At.KI..I... .'. f. Sea..elL
in restaurant I shall make sure that any rock lobster I

purchase does not bear the imprimatur of the Union of R D.4. C...tv R.?*....t.tty. S..<. M. .b .1 Elk*. ........ .........
Sh" Ka...... .f ytJ.i... 044 Fe&.
South Africa. 1.1 i.lat.r. !.. ,u,.. F..ot MitnU I... ..d Dad, Ct...., CIa...bf *fPAGE
In the future none of my money will go for the purchase City AHr..,. c._.,...

of pilchards, the large sardines exported to us from pa sal. u.
the Union. And I shall take care that any Persian lamb


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!" .. Easter Sunrise MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLtiAIDA
'. '1.
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.. Service at Bethel ri

tjx S $ : The pastor and members of .

Greater Bethel invites all the )
: members and friends to worship E. A. L. SOCIAL CIVIC CLUB

1i on Sunday morning 4 am. at the'I
-. > Will Sponsor its
yw annual Easter Sunrise service.)

The pastor will bring a special ANNUAL SPRING DANCEAt

Cuter message and the combined
t choirs will sing One cf the highlights the New Beautiful Harlem Square

of the service will be the THURSDAY NITE, APRIL 21
w I lighting of the candles followedby Musk) by W. C.JB**.>r and Band and Little Clara Jay
.g e the beautiful procession( of all !
in the congregation. Cane aDd $25 Cash Given Awajr in Door Prizes
worship with us and let us rejoice
ADMISSION $1.00 (UK Incl.)
tCfether as we greet theRisen

Coffee and doughnuts will be
served to all immediately following
VALTONES ON of North Dade who really going the service in the beautiful
places. They are. left to right: dining room.
Mattie Layette' Annctta Snelk,
NITE MAY 6 Eula LJghtner and Susie Worthy.
Still others will be The Defltone, 2440 N.W. 60th Street Phone NE 3-3166
The Big DCT Amateur Kite and I i IV.u: Dots the Exotic Dancers of
Shower of Stars will be presented North estern High many others For the convenience of /our many patrons and friends
on the stage of the Bunch. I and the amateurs. II
Theatre this year. An annual affair Something entirely different' We will be open ALL DAY
formerly of the Northwest- exciting and tense will be the
era Senior IUh School DCT Anal presentation of the evening. EASTER SUNDAYLad
Club will follow the coordinator -a cne-act play Gags Over
who Is now at North Dade arlem" This play directed by
High Scbcol of which Charles D. James O. Randolph of the drama Attendant James E. Hicks
Wyche is principal The announced do rtnwnl of North Dade, has I
date for the presentation been scciaimrd by cities at the
I 14 Friday May 6 at 8 pm. State: University and other cities.
Many of the city's best talented Tf you have attended a DCT
individual and groups will ap Amateur Nite before, whether at
pear as usual Dorsey or Northwestern you are 0m.
Among these will be the Val aware that SRO Is the usual Booker T. Shoe Store
tens Sextet' This group is composed thing Han now to ret a food
cf sir t popjiar young ladies eat

1190 N.W. 3rd Avenue

I Along Freedom's Road "Run-Rite to Booker.*'

.....,,,-- ....._ -.... ..... or- .......__ Pupil's Jutfg**

Just befere I started writing| Coming home from work yea GROW JH's
this column I heard the news i.rd*>. Iad! occasion to drive
over TV that the City Convnis nn uh several streets of the
sion of Tallahassee Had refusedto 1Ofth 'Mt section around the
appoint a tH-IKiaI committee or' tied.. jlumlike areas of down.wn I
to study nt-do-wn as suggestedby .. Miami The facts about Well ONHfieJ I FOREASTER
Governor Collins in a recent :).>_*m< in this area are not
speeen Their reason was given, ,J..**.nt. and if those people who U. S. CONGRESSMAN I i I
as "Jt wouldn't do any coed' anyway rr.ticue the NAACP were forced
This rigidity of outlook by :,. take the same drive I did 4 TermsCIRCUIT
the city official. of Tallahassee maybe. their opinions would be
typifies' m a small measure the changed JUDGE
whole ",tatu. quo" stand of the We drove through narrow, 5th Year
South regarding segregation.Such (Mwk-d streets with children .
Use our convenient layaway plan
an adamant attitude multiplied ,,1":1\1: along the curbs and !In Visit Campaign Hdqtrs
hundreds and thou- ..e start brcau there: was no
hands many of times all over the titer place to play I saw ram- 44 W. Flaglsr Street Open M.". Thru Thu,.. I a."'. ts I "."'.

South thrcugn the years has hackie' houses. standing or n '.S 117 Friday til t ,.", .-Saturday til 10 "."'_-'u'", III 1 p.m.
brought this part of the United' poorly built foundations some of
Stair to its present condition tumbling away I saw run-
Jkr. shacks and sagging1
THE TOTAL PICTURE porches, what repairs had beet a
Our Claftftifitvi Columns Get Fast
I believe& it was Thurgood made were left in the natural Results
Marshall who recently said that ...-04.i unpatnted.' making even amore
- - -
- -
the H4.ins were not just a protest unsightly picture. I sawbrtken -
- - - - - - -
ag4nt segregated eating wind facilities in chain stores; they wood nailed across then I saw
were, and are a protest againstthe torn and worn out screen' doors.i
whole .>.UTO of segregation of BO use ..........Vd.r. I s a wear
in the United States If the sit. ; streets that a little rain RENTAL BARGAIN
down have been more prevalent would make a muddy slushy
in the South, it follows that the ms.; I saw poor lighting I
nerd for some expression of :
protest IS greatest in this section' The garbage and Utter I...
of the United States. The l rma. made me think I was passing by
lien of bi-racial. l committees' to ne of Miami's garbage dumps;I NEW CBS BUILDING
discuss the matter of sit-down old boxes and newspapers, broken
and other related matters per bottles: refuse stewed' around
tail Jwc to Aggregated facilities is and blowing in the wind I asked -
a fine idea However if the cunmrttcvs my husband that if garbage
bog OUATI: in talk alone :ollectk.ns had been made regularly
they will lie absolutely uae-... If : 'would .it be possible to BEDROOM APTS.
the eecnmrttees are appointed, leave such a mess behind We
meet in food will aDd good faith came te the only polen.
on both 116deit essential tea Fusion the roUcctcn of waste
of conflict are sincerely' and honestly roatena.. must be inadequate. in
dtecuMfd and not whitewashed these areas to leave behind such
and ustned out uf exis sn 61.10unat U1 Utter.
tence. I believe progress can be $16.00I

Such committees throughout Inadequate- h u-lfi* in sk--n-
the South. could make recommendation like ghettoes is one of the resson. I
and suggestions for city the NAACP is pursuing its CHILDREN WELCOME
cfficiaia to act upon if theyso frmtom tight No sincere honest I
desired' I firmly believe lush JIt'I'foOft C'OIItd.He the shameful NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEXT
a method of cooperation jj the trio i 4 saw yesterday 111be DOOR
first step in resolving. some of our d pressing prttokm. But talk andducusKn warning to begin fighting seg.regaUen EQUIPPED PRIVATE PLAYGROUND
uithovt some resulting at
action is useless. I that fundamental so- CLOSE TO QUIK-CHEK STORE

NOT A PRETTY VIEW I overnight ca. changes It cannot fully accepts be achieved the,! NO WATER BILL
I expect that at least once a'' I
Supreme Court's edict that desegregation

day and sometimes more. I sax I j
asked by weil-crveaning people I takenwith all should deliberate be under speed"I -LOC'ATION-
why the NAACP lOW
things so fait," or "why dcesn'tthe which it interprets as meaning I!,
NAACP let things take their faith rraklng a prompt start in good 14100 .24th CourtJust
natural courw.Wheo I was However the NAACP is
first asked these utterly opposed to standing still .
must admit I became questions a little I angry and tried to argue *with my to exert every posslbk effort

time emotions passed. and I not realized my head.from But experience as Supreme NAACP vecure Court compliance ruling. with,The the Call FR 48398Carey's

that emotional discussions ruling. The NAACP considers -
jets' one nowhere, and that this course constitutional
fact presented In a calm manner rational and moderate Rental Agency
are much more apt to be ti
listened to. So from time to time
1958 N.W. 3rd Avenue'f
I will try to present in this Don't Fret Fipjitl t
column some f the facts that

nave fbtinf Influenced its cause the for freedom.NAACP: la Join The NAACP -n.. U-1< -




BROWSIN'/ I SuccessInterest Tabor Mammoth PAGE 6 SATURDAY, APRIL 16, I960

__ __ PAUL R. HtNRY!" was high and competition cess.Mrs.
keen' at Mt Tabor Baptist Hester Riven
. -- -- Church on Monday March 14,| chairman of contest I
f' for the May 3 Excellency and Consistency ofgeneral alien 11 babies and their apon- I| Mrs. A. L. Powell,
?a vied for the highest honors general
In the race news coverage.: torn iat chairman
&#r. **" Y w fiotida there* the First Annual Baby Con- Rev P. S. Brown pastor
ur o-/vruvr' ot Ulksovw. The Council 16 a one year old Ust: -- v
..-**. *,"jt-= "-al'.\Uf1 vtho climate in ,,anizaUen devoted to the ex* I :; _.
moral r
a Lather change of ideas and encourage ..
._.... ..v..... .nt.rlbv'W tvek. to ment of greater understandingarougn .f
. AWVI iio journalism.
.....*... ....* ti..tifcxiriruoameatw Jack,
_-., ..4juvu ilium of oiba Tae Easter holiday season Ucreeping
.. ..,...II oeMrV.a me people upon us. Next Friday
. ._...... ..a. a iitosfaan as "... be Good Friday. The usual
av..ttw u NtNJttl propose cre-. ...,)..c..1 services will be held In
__.... .,. a ..,,:u \I6' o.mmu :nu.cnes throughout Miami.n .
...... w ."'*L Ova D skate speeding.t
....".. .:....r urges the *cop c.u the Wkconsin Democratic
. ......, ....... acuuuI U DtCne' .'r.maty held on Tuesday Senai .
.....t .v.t) t*umd3titrau John F. Kennedy won by a
...-,).... .c,1 itucgtaUoo
majority. The vote wu
.0 ue..eve UH Pupa aigc- ..__'-__
:::::-a+ ht n.L wrui ptevent in- Kennedy and Nixon;301,810 244,2; JlUUlpW"CTl36.132 51.
under t
?i&N.d &a aouL&U I
"'". County Attorney Darrey A.
1'ierce -- ------ -- -- --
ol IX
Javis resents criticism being
.e .,..t:...'"' Ion feiUinabe nadt about incompetency of his ALLEN W CROCKETT
t11al1- .
luW'wlIW..r1. second
.aM.s Cover ttT.ce. He wants Metro Chair- priM
**;., etc. nc cnueuwi n- attitude iniVpvtua nan Btn McGahey to investigate Ke.:,. Roade Bradley, Wilfred
nor C\uu s and if they find hk
Ouch charges'
. the rittt oi Negroes Bernard: HeUand Shandra Lee i1
incompetent, to fire him.
10 N\ 'S tMuuiMMt RiBeh 10 David ot HoUywood en Maria Evelyn Jones
Ted! Indiana
In Bloomington,
speech on DAVID PINDER
. Gwv. demomtra Thomas Atkins was elected pies- HOWARD WILKERSON JR. Net prefK on the contest project third
the evua4rr-srtWlg places.ite dent of the student body at the 1- first prize winner <*'as 130480. prize
new e* l\tI1tRleli in eating University of Indiana, the first of --- -
aUu UMaks baaks should pay his race to be So honored in the Preceding the financial reports, I, Many many thanks to the
*** tax.l. mainly of the institution. The a timely program was enjoyed friends and well wishers of ML REGISTER TODAY
t ref .ekii.sva wuuld try U vote ASS. 368372 in favor of At- with Mrs. Azeiina Pinkney actingas i{I Tabor who helped to make this Your Vote is
IIY.Dw..R IoItlc"u througtol kins. lie is a junior majoring In mistress of ceremony. Amongthe and all our other efforts a suc Needed
.u-en.rUMAi.... the Pupil As- jwernm-nt Some: 400 ltudeatlit.1t'd talented pal"Uclpanwere
:o.aAmd1L.a.. .. a noisy protest demon Forman Thornton solo; Charles
k'arrto lr>ant would strive colrn4te cream mwd.fn mdastrkc 10.Uun Some dissatisfied person or we I': trained Rhythm Band from
.i. lie i* undoubtedly un- Poinciana Park Elementary
persons burned two crosses near
t.\ur.e lu CivU lUghU. the campus. School.. Frrdericke Morley director I To Property OwnersWould

The boara oX public Uutruc- Dade County School Board is Highlight of the evening' was you like to have all your bills combined into
ion has cut out tfee practice of planning to more districts make the very practical and Informative I
one small and still have
gfarfuauag cta cea attending ing the number seven. The 1M7 'lecture of Dr. Daxelle D. payment, some money left?
courca Mtrvce* in a body. Stu- leg*la tuxe increased the numberof Simpeon on accidents of childhood I If $1,500 or $10,000 will help you at a time like
o tiu can u a* individuals. members from five to seven and how they may be prevented f I this, let me get it for you.

Mate Au..lQe) rd C r- but did not increase the districts. The .three rize-win&ing> babies i Today is not a day too soon to phone if you want

Man MiMi un Monday be kt iOe In Chattanooga Tenn. four were Ho ard W&kerson Jr, I to apply for a loan.
mg Iou wk UK grand jury that pan'nts have filed suits againstthe firm prize; Allen W. Crockett.
N.'t'lWa on Ma> 10 to probe the school board seeking Int''". sec nd price, and David Pinder. : H. DAVIS
Unnt fund tc liart> Cam who has been Other contestants in the orderin MORTGAGE BROKER
!.Mi.) ,ge.uUr Ihe Uwu-d Fund Ralph Quartermon,, an Allen- which they placed were Phone
..,.......... atr..gb ays there has hunt sawmill worker, president Thometer Rocha Rivers Deborah -I FR 9-8531 Eves. NE 3-6754
farm au uuapprupriatien of uf the local chapter of the Ann Barnes, Angela Rene
lotto, but cmH3'.gD luuru havehvau :NAACP is a candidate" for County -
paddfd. t Commissioner of Liberty
County, S E. Georgia.The .
bw..n S.dtuol NCAS in its For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates, -
monuu)' report says 524,423 uf Chicago Urban League has I-I--1
L,a 1..*!*,139 Nr.rv. enrolled hHn given a rrd amount for
ere la immigrated school districts the year 1960. The Chicago com
but un.) Im2,1W actually attend munlty Fund allocated $123,534 BONDED COLLECTIONAGENCY
. ...:...q with ...tuw.. I for this agency Last year the I
rite dwutct uf Columbia and I League got $92.500 from the
West Vuguua iwve complete in* I Fund.
ugrauon in tfctir sdhooi syttems.Uc I
..warv, Ki mucky, Mary The Rev Edwin T. Dalberg.
..i d, M.oun, OklaftUna and president of the National Councilof Inc.
T..x.aa iuv .uteiaaual iaWgra* I I Churches believes that order g I

t tUn.Arkaia.aa. North Carolina Ten discrimination"ly Negro sit-in were protests an expression against- ,

IM.-AMM. Virginia and Florida of Justice and righteous in.
have partial ini.ratk. n. Deep dtgnation
Souui .uu, ol AlMtuna. Georgia J
l.ou.s.ena. Misst atppi and South
Caruana maintain complete segUimen The largest collection and rental

TOOTH agency in the South operating in
Dade had to call 200 ACNE .
this week t
workers from NMMU
t J a.a1at 10 hr>' .Ung tomatoes .. ISISaORAI Dade and Broward Counties'
baens and quah that are rip

i-n.ngIrvtwtant. ts Negro Housing areas

Church leaders have
a..|>nwU a modern version of the
New: Te tamv t votitled the New I L L BROOKS President
Knglivh J tolc.! Scholars have
Uwi working on it for ten years. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING
They are d"muBg! with new BARGAIN IN THAN
tranlMino cf the OJd Testament 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
and the Apocrypha.NOT .

SO GOOD! Washington
reports that hall the men who -
are called up or volunteer for .N t
draft arc rejected for mental, CANCELLATIONSAND B qil tl
physical or moral reasons.
I "'It o# ""'I: :-:'W .
The Miami Herald's Religious SECONDS 1 GENCY, INC.i .
Editor. Adon Taft. has won one of 1
the highest awards of the Na 561 N.W. 29th St.DRIVER'S .1 .
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; ""ooFAMU;;:-... _,' -_. I I LUXURIOUSNEGRO !

Holy I Redeemer 'Cath-ol ;School won the championship -

POOR HOST trophy in the Catholic Basketball League. This award

will be presented next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the SECTION!

AT SPRING Holy Redeemer School cafeteria. Pictured. are. left to

CARNIVAL right bottom row : Wilbur Coleman Herman Jenkins

Albert Doyle Paul'rhe.. Anthony Gray Klmorv Phil THE NATIONS GREYHOUND SHOWTUaFEB.

TALLAHASSEE A not too pot. Second row Father Robert DeCirandK, Donal.lRay.
Florida A and M University
Baepitable -
host institution walked off James Bullard, Carrol Williams. Corneliu Jam, KENNEZL. .17 thru

with aU of the team honor during Wayne Dollinn. I / CLUB JUNE ?

the second annual Sprint .
Carnival! hen last week.
The Floridians, who .cored a Catholics BelieveIn &IK AVKNUK nd 7fti ftTrttKT.
grand slam of the major sports in
the SIAC last year, came thru PUN PHUNII AngelsBy
carnhraL with a clean sweep of their own ) I'/III.1M+KoJp Klt I II Special Miami Transit buses direct to track from NW

Fathtr Robert DeGraMIsHoly
The track and field edged R.d.snier Church I 3rd Ave and 13th St. Starting at 7 p.m. One way 25c.FOR -

Southern University 77H to 76fc. I 1 was Just browsin through 1J01 N.W. 7tst St. Miami.
The baseball had IHUc trouble
"Just Ilruwsin ", that informs f
swatting North Carolina A and T live column" by Paul It Henry, An angel' is a:4rit.: that is, a ,. __ K ...... L. ,,_ 1 =
12-4 and S-l, and Xavier 8-2. creature who dots not have a
and was" happy to see that Air
A and T slugged' Xavier 71. I bud> You may be convinced that
GLi be relieved
The Florida A and M golfer* Force will soon you have a soul!, that is comet' ,
of KP duty where civilians can
took the team honors from Clark jou dv Must pcx4We believe this EASTER PHOTOS
be hind. Now this I like!
College with a total of 645 but I IWV1C'an met anyone
stroke to Clark's 667 Tuakegee This takes me back to my who ha shown me their soul or I
Institute had 693 for third place Navy days. I recall that at the said that it bras been rattling
Clark' Carl Sekion was medal time of my induction I .was given around within them. Like the
Lit with a total of 154 strokes. a choice bet"-.rn. serving in soul and like the mind's ideas
Oliver Collins and M. T. Brown, the Army or the Navy. Sine' I which have no width or breath, :
both of FAMU. tied for second knew ;Navy life was cleaner (nom an angel is a real creature with'I
place with 159 strokes. ..lJ!), I &&* that branch. (I UKU hk .***! well, Yawn but l Uek- JOHNSON OF MIAMI
Albert Brooks and Claude Wilson had to choose a branch they tag a material body Some day, '
reached the final of the had me up a tree!) Thus I chose when you and 1 die our body will
singles' and defeated Tuskegee Institute. the branch that gave out leaves rot in the grave but people will i
61. 61. for the doubles and I wanted to I..... say I certainly hope he is

crown Coaches Walter M. Austin I found to it took in ....VHl. They will meaD that I 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294
of FAMU and Ales Tabor of Ft. my sorrow our spiritual. part, our twit!, is b'
iota of to keep the Navy
Valley State upset Brooks and c.ean. and energy much of it was mine. tA* rewarded wtuie our material ... ... .., .wDON'T
I O ,,---.1.---r w. P. --
Wttscn for the Florida Open I body returns to the chemical.* of
1 also learned the true origin el.
double title Wilson and Brooks which it is composed. At the last
the "GIM I sweated
will play off the finals in both expression da>. body and soul will be r-
the Florida Open and the inter.legr.te and strained' swabbing the >fined by the power of AimJgn .
deck of good old USS Neversail
<*> stfgkv cruoxrioashJps Cud.
landlocked in Utah I kept mut-
later this m-rrk MISS THE
rr.ng: "G, I wish I could drop belief
Pole vaulter James Denmark Catholics bate their in
of FAMU broke his own record ne mop "G.' J.1ah the war angers un various references In
with a clearance. of U'SOthff would"..nd.N "D. I wish X could go the Bible: There are three 8th ANNUAL CALENDAR TEAOf
h me I was a real "GI. hwa.1
fall dud ref. eoata1
meet' reecrds to during the. such reacea
afternoon were the one mile run Finding there was no way out Sacred Scripture: Jesus said one The
and the dfccu' Frank Murray, and wife swab still in hand II cta>. "See that, you do not FAMU freshman set a new marker decided to work one f these little (children) for
my way up
for the mile with a time at clean" to the top Before the I 1 tell )ou their snfeu m !Heaven DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATIONSunday
4:21.1 Charles Granger estabHsbd altar. was over, I did make 2nd a"ways" behold the face of my
the new discus mark with a < .a.. vetty,: ollxer. and got a desk Father in Heaven" (Matthew 18: April 24 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
toss of 154 feet j b From then H smooth 10 ) We kniM that they exist to
on was
Point dtstnbution for the meet I u>>!nc. I thought that was remarka&e serve GOO m Heaven, to act aa j MI CLUB, 1900 N.W. 75th Street
Fonda A and M 77H; Southern smooth sailing hits me*** ifer. to man and to act I
76H; Tennessee A and 119; Tus- and without a boat, yet I" at guardians over human beings. QUEST SPEAKER:
keg.. Institute 11; Alabama : I I So your angel! prays for you, protects REV. HENRY C. McDOWELL. Church .f the Open Deer
State '7%; Xavier 1'Clark- ; 1; Yes sir. I'm' happy to know you from evil and intpuvsuu JUDGE HENRY L. BALABAN, CITY COMMISSIONER
Morehouse 1; South Carolina I KP w on Ms way out As for my w Jv *. State H and Claflin H. 'Navy career it was quite satisfectwy alone Your angel is with you; GOOD MUSIC REFRESHMENTS
I| except for two little I this is another indieatkm: of God's
WILT TO TOUR things: eating and sleeping. The I great k'aAd rare for you
food was a mess and the beds
EUROPE WITHGLOBETROTTERS were the bunk! When' God created the angels
He gave them a test of some sort --- -- ------ -
There who rebelled against God ,
hers I next season but Chamberlain I by disobedience: were cast Into'
CHICAGO Wilt Chamber- wanted to -think about it." hell These are fallen angels VOTE FOR JAMAICA SAM
Ian will loin the Harlem Globetrotters devils They try to coax us to doevil
June 1 in Paris to complete Charafcerlan played with the l Ha ever our angel is with FOR GOVERNOR
a basketball" tour of Europe Trotters the 1&S8-S9 season for UI to help us to remain! faithfulto
the Middle East and North a reported 165.000 before joining God. They may s( netimesprotect
Africa. the Warriors for $35,000 and rewriting us from bodily harm. How It'. Time for Change
Abe Saperstein. owner of the the NBA record book. frequently we wonder how we
Trotters in making the announcement escaped this or that danger Perhaps
Monday said Chamberlain it was our guardian angel
however has not decided who saved us from harm. Yes Com and Hear my Platform
if he will accept a $125.000 offer Catholics have always believed' in
to play with the Trotters during NEED CASH CathcUc religion two thousand
their regular 1MO-6 season. angels since the beginning of the SEE ME TODAY
Chamberlain a 7 foot 2 inch years ago when ChrUt. sent out
star, quit the Philadelphia] Warriors $25 to $600CALL His apostles to convert the world
of the National Basketball teffln them to teach men whatever """**" 9 -

Association last month. He played PL8-3653 things He had taught them-
one tame with the Globetrotters and this includes angels. 1 696S N.W. 15th Ave. Miami
riors. after quitting. the War IDEAL LOAN CORP. ,

Following the game. Saper 6105 N.W. 7th Av*.
stein anounced be offered WDt Join The NAACP
$123.000 to play with the Trot- -



MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA wilt take place on Sunday April prise is in store. The Club Ml for spectators. Watch the Tines
SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1960 24 at 10 a-m. at usa Thomas art.t will become a bowling alley once ffor I the opening date.
Coconut Grove. Mayor Hadleywas i again called the Ml Bowling 1
also invited M the honored.Land. Charlie Hayek is sinking PRETTY GIRL of the Week:
the Iota Phi about $80,000 Into this all new Mrs. Victoria Byron
-- :::::::= guest speaker: for (Community
= Ldnibda Sorority in keeping( with automatic alley Bowlerama. com-:Drugs) Pretty Boy of The
lota's responsibility in world ai-Ipletewith I restaurant, cocktail'Wed: Ernest Hayes Policeman -
fairs, when lotans throughout*lounge and entertainment on the of The Week: Li. G. Hailer
Around Miami the world will join hands across weekend There will be no show,I. Secretary of The Week:
the continent on April 14 In but a small 3-plece combo and Winifred Cox.
I honoring its community leaden. maybe a singer. Since the bowling -j
_By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU- This affair was held at the Car- alley closed everybody has BILL ROBINSON ef the Quails,
ver YMCA and with Charles been screaming their head off formerly with the Ink Spot (still
-3&- -& --1 :i imr- I lad!ley as cur mayor we have fur one, tutor that you've got one is until court: action decides who
the best there is. A man that be sure to supprt it The the Inks Spots are) takes over
I OIDNT THINK I would -s. thinks of his community and prices! ( will be the same as those management of the new King of
have jnuefa to write about this works for it without pay. in other areas plus plenty of Hearts Club en NW 7th ave. at
urck. but after making ther free parking prizes, contests and 60th st This will add another
unds. I found that our Sepia Sigma; fraternity to be the re- THE CLUB Ml !Ie clo Ino free lessons for the ladles In the Sepia Club to the Miami area.
May :r. Charles Hadley. was chosen c.pwnt: of the 1960-61 Social Charlie: Hayek has five more mornings. Ladies and men's No admission or cover' charge and
tf the executive board of Act-oiu Award for outttandinj dances to hcnor. then the dub bowling leagues will be formed they will be open every night
Rho-S.gnu Chapter of Phi Beta c.unity: service: The award 'A..J close: But don't fret a sur- plus a large elevated seating area WQ a band and dancing plus the i




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Hearts twill open tonight April dark girl! please The request the Super Market in Opa Locka
IS at 930.: Drop in and I'm sure!r I was so underscored that an and Its trouble came to a slight I I SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1960 PACE 9
you'll have a baU at this all new SOS was sent out overnight for a head -with an explanation from
club. pretty dark girl one was the owner He read our column i promises that as of Wednesday who is in complete charge of the
found and shipped over in a matter and called me. I paid a -visit to I the 19th hi* soft Mike will be reduce department and anotherin
JACKIE WILSON has finally, of days -tor the carnival.So the store and talked with Mr.I there and will take application I charge of the stock department.The .
made It. Yep. it's the Fountainbteau pleased' was Castro and his Singer, the owner. As he told. me, for a female cashier. It does not stock manager even prices
on the Beach and no telling -'bearded men, they made her the 111 have to tell you: He says be matter if you live in Opa Locka I the foods without question. "I
where he will go from there. queen and she rode down Ha does not have a -n<> hire Negro"' Brownsville. Lib City or Coconut f-pened this store as a service to
For Easter: Week it's B. B. Kingat vana's beautiful wide streets on folkry what he wants is a cashier Grove, just have the qualifications the Opa Locka community, and
the Palms in Kallandale and a float personifying the American with experience and qualifications to be a rood fast cashier.i I'm not here to hurt anyone andI
the Palace. And this time I'm going Negro girl.MADAME. There is more to being a They also want an experienced don't want anyone to hurt me.
to make arrangement for cashier than just punching a but butcher. Mr Singer sex that he
Clara Jay to sing "Sweet Six-' ton and getting a total lie also remembers when Bonded Collection -II hope that all of us here in Opa
teen" for him. Watch for these EFFIE Throekbot- fez he !has sent for two Negro Agency didn't have a single,Locka can be happy together and
dates Delores Calvin says torn (Chickie Horne) is back In buk'hf'fl.110 never showed up Necro on its staff and after 111 take cashiers and butchers" as t
Castro himself got so Ured of Joe Miami for a much needed In talking with Mr. Singer, and starting with me clerk there art long as they can qualify, so you
Louis and his publicity agents rest after working in Nassau for you can pretty well spot a guy at least 75 on the the staff now
sending plane loads of fair- three months. We'll let know that's see there is no need' for people
you trying to put :you and so all he needs is a little time and r
skinned Negro girls to Cuba to where youll be able to catch the I have cane to the conclusion he will also have an integratedstaff. to stay Way And to that I say
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Easter Sunrise ST. JAMES A. M. E.

Service I I Rev. II. McNeal Harris pastor
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter
Easter Sunrise Service will be Sunday School ...... ....... .... 0'30
held on the Sweetings Estate, MOrDsnlV nh.p. ......_..._ 11:00
2148 NW 4th St., Ft. Lauderdale A. C. E. League .-.- 5:30
on Easter Sunday, April 17, at I I Evening Worship. ._._ 100
; 5:30 axn. Rev. II. J. Everette,
C&trdj pastor of the ML Bethel Baptist st. James will observe early
1'Iieto Church irill deliver the message. Easter service! Sunday morning
Special music by the Dillard Church choir will render appro-
High School' chorus under the direction prhVe music sermon by the
of Mrs. Rhoda Sneed. minister. "Discovery of The
Guest soloist will be Rufus Clif. Empty Tomb."

fln Jr. The public b Invited to At the regular service at 11

Grace attend. Breakfast served to all am. the minister will again
Daddy speak, this time from the subject
I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA I Successor Visits HereCries Church of The Open Door "They Told All This."

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1960 I and shouts of income Rev. H.(Congregational C. McDowell) pastorA. The Sunday School will present
II greeted Bishop Walter CcCulougn an Easter program at 5:43.
E. McNeal
I successor of the late Dad. reporter r: all strangers and friends you
d) Grace as be arrived in Miamion Easter Sunday will be another I are invited to spend this Lord's
NEW MT. ZION BAPTIST FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST April 1. The new bishop of the high day at our church. The Day mrth SL James, the Friendly
United House of Prayer for All choir which appeared on Palm Church.
Rev. W. M. Mason pastor Rev. C. J. Burney. pastor
given a royal welcome Sunday white collars will have
was in
ROM and Mary Minter, reporter Claudia Wilson, reporter People his honorby Easter music. The I Imf'SUce /I At the early 5 ajn. service the
Sunday Schcol .. 930 Sunday bcnool ... .... ........ 93u and program in special I pastor's ,oaten of the Missionary Sode-
Morning M orship ..,. .. ...., 11:00 Mertung worship ............ 11 too Elder Nobk M. Harris, pastor Resurrection.will be "Witnessing to II|I ty 'alit serve breakfast" with hot
BTU __... .............. 530 Evening service ".............. 730 of the House of Prayer in Holly His i I coffee. -
The conducted the :
Evening worship ............. 7:00 wood.-; program by
Our time for the evening sere Elder Harris one of the state children last Sunday was at Its .
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN vices has changed from 7 pm. to representatives who was in best. There were 13 children and -
730 pm. All except' the first Was&ngtoa 1.ro. months ago for five adults taken in the church.It J. B. SMITH I i
Grace presented the church Sunday which will continue at 7 the election of the new bishop was indeed a beautiful pic
choir under the direction of Mrs. stated that the bishop won withan hue to see parents and god' ELECTRICSERVICE
Johnnie Y. Patten, in The Cru- un.The changing uniforms will inspiring speech along with a parents standing behind the -
cifixion" by John Stainer a Lenten take place Easter. There will not majority of vctes.Ua&op children as they knelt to be con
Meditation en the Sacred be any sunrise services at the McCuliough: stated that firmed or baptized. Each child Electrical
Passion of the Holy Redeemer: church Easter. Let us continue in he was to take care of the needs *as giveen a Bible inscribed by Contractor
Thursday evening April 14 at prayer for the sick and those who and wants of Daddy's people. their parents. J HOUSEWIRING"Don't
130 o'clock William Johnson, are grieved. During. his visit here for three Nobody misses church on Easter .
guest organist and Miss Con days, be toured various parts of ? A cordial welcome always cuss Call us"
Ferguson accompanied t h t Easter Pageant in the city and Miami Beach. He is awaits you at 11 am. each Sunday -
choir. Rev. William Savoy Is the making plans to purchase a''i morning In the auditorium PHONE OX 10625 _
minister. Orange Bowl church here. i I of the Seventh Day Adventist
Bring family toh.. The bishop was entertained all I|I School, NW 24th ave. and 50th Night or Day

EBLMLZLK MhlHUOlSTKev Orange Bowl your for the Easter Pageant the home of Deacon Quincy Gilbert .I SL -- - --
with movie the I
a featuring,
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April 17. See seven scenes
Aaron D. lisa, pastor
late Daddy Grace. His guests
from the life of Christ dramatically
Ernestine L* lUmbncx.: rortuSunday several' his
were ministers personal
School ....,.. ......n.. t3lHoming re-enacted against fabulously secretary, and the staff of' OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
sense ............, Ikot realistic settings Two per the late founder of the House of
Evening service .,.,., 1** formances of the Eater Pageant l
in the Orange Bowl will be held rayer.Eider Harris the'I I SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED I
As we arise this Easter morn this )'ftr. The sunrise pageant presented
let us find the church of our will begin with organ meditations bishop with the key to the city.I PSYCHIC READER
lie feels that the trill
new blshcp
faith and Join in the Sunrise set at 5:15: a-m. The e vesting .
.. .
vices.' We invite you to attend pageant begins with organ music be a great success to the multlnullkn .t
Ebenezer's sunrise service which at 7:55 pm.. Relive the Easter dollar House of Prayer '
will begin at 530 am. You are story by participating the pageant I organization. tf O11
also invited to worship withthroughout ui I sponsored by the Greater p SEE.
the day. Miami Ministerial Association. LOOKI PRAYER CHANGESTHINGIII T

The calendar rally mill terminate ANTIOCH BAPTIST Are you 'In need *f prayer AN 1 k.1k .
on Monday night April 18 you winning happlnooo, auccoo
at 8At pm. Her O w. .Foster pastor in all your problems. God la
A I. JohaMa, reporter able A free gift with each .,....,.
5 o'clock pjm. Sund.lyh.. Sunday School .... ..... ... 1:" For a rtllgkHis. eras, price la a
youth of the church will havetheir Morning Service ............ 11:00: birthdato to CROSS DopU A.$,
Easter. program. You are invited. BTU _. 1:30 244 McIntyre St, savannah Oa.

Evening worship r......,... in 7:04 $$.00 bill. No COD. Wear around
Our nock or carry In p"..... Wo guar
sick and shut-ins
are: services will
Sunday morning
anteo shipment. No COO'a. S.ndstamper
Sisters Eugenia Barnvilk, 223 follow the usual procedure.: addrooo and
NW 16ta text. Anna Smith. ML Choir No. 2 will furnish musk envelope -- I-j
birthdato t. CROSS Dept A*!.
Sinai hospital Poinclana Rozkr
and usher board No. 2 at their 244

1512 NW Mih test. Helen C. pmt of duty McIntyre St, Savannah, Oa. ..... sty ,ties 01 F:'prr/rrn,. <<"..... ....r ,-ot-. s-- ........,..
Crouch, JacJuxMi
Hospital. Blanche
At 3 the Sunday School
Coin 5051A NW 27th ave, will have p-m.their Easter program. we as a IJlEh'...."". 1016<<'... IM strip. In a storm

Kathleen Tinder Clone Mercy You are invited at 6 pm.h..
Hospital. Lillian Cute 1211 kindergarten of Antioch Baptist FOR RENTBy "I";!orilt.lt .'.'11. VOl' hKK MK

NW lit place, apt. 12. Brother will have their Easter program. For Success in Business And Love
Joseph Hamim Jackson Hospital, Again you are Invited
Shadrick Henfield, 1322 NW 4th At the evening worship choir SUMMONS CONSULT HER -

court. No. 1 will render musk Deacon You can now have your home made happy
in charge of prayer services and Registered Real Estate Broker Get and Hold the position you so long wantedDon't
ST. LUKE BAPTIST usher board No. 1 at their post of
__ o o Stay in the rut, get out now
Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor duty.We the of God she
wish to thank our assistant 4 bedroom air conditioned apartment S By help can help you
Mrs. Dunesta
l Green reporter Rev. O. L. Hicks for delivering .
Sunday School ._...........rrni 30 pastor two inspiring with 2 baths. 6312 NW lath Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or la
Morning: worship ,-- ,.., ., 11:00 messages ave. $35 per week. trouble

BTU _.._........._. ,,.?,_,!.. 530 on last Sunday.For .
Evening worship .. .... 7:00 your listening enjoymentthe 2 bedroom frame house with It will |--) ,m to roll u1 err tttl Gifted Medium' MmUbrr
No. 2 choir is sponsoring the bath 2135 NW 70th at. S20
per ...nd.. for .Jilr.
l-ou came rarlf brlji MM! < JOG Iou tea
Sunrise services begin at 430 Saturday night Gospel Hour week.
am. Easter morning. No. 1 and each Saturday night Let's come bo Inwhvd b) Ibis .'''''IE'' ..)..4'lrIt.' ua pewee

No. 2 choirs are asked to be on cut and hear the different groups. 3-bedroom, living room large
time. No. 1 and No. 2 ushers area Sick and shut-ins are Bro. Ned dining room enclosed front porch WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY
to be present The public Owens. Deacon Miller Preston bath hot and cold water. $23.00 TU A-tiMf <...Ml slur JrlUrrrU )|i>_r. .,..1 I the rhiltlrrn of Imrmtiot .

Is ked\ and Sister Oliver. per .*eeL 1728 NW 3rd court.. old .. Mill. slur t...t.y _IH| Mill us.rn m ..) f..r }<*. throojcttU

troubled are of llf.. let n.4 hint that U Mind lead you or
There riH be an Easter pro- MT. HERMON A. M. E. 2 bedroom apartment clean.
cram at 3 pm. All children are $20 per week. 1728 NW 3rd ct. |' stumble with him.
asked to be present It will be Rev HtmuH Clay patter Do you d4 uht the etUtror* of thlng brr oi> you rAaoCUMMU aem

aponsored by the Sunday School. Sunday School -.............. 931 IN COCONUT GROVE ?
Morning worship ________ 11:01 FOR RENT
There will be musical .
a ..
of IntUlblr and wwi4
pro What do }Ht think the that
Friday night Evening worship _, _,.-... 7:00 2 bedroom apartment 3120 Plaza
Cram April 22. Publicity Committee St. $20.00. mate \VlrrlfTrlr).h. nr. lt..!ifi and TrlrrUlnn p ssibte T
sponsored by the No. 2 choir of
St. Luke. All local choirs and Throughout the day last Sunday I A peed. b-fr.>rIt *|.......... tics rrmrealyd. errr.4. .....nt In the
singing groups are Invited. The the spirit of the season pee 3 room house and bath SIlt dark earth or womb of X-turt- TIIKKK: I* .%X T.VHKKJIt
public also is invited vaikd. On this Easter celebration Percival ave. $16 per week. POWTR"

will fulfill the entire day. .
The Deaconess Beard of St. The sunrise worship service will Therefore, acquaint yourself r
Luke Baptist Church Invites you begin at 5:15 am. Sunday April For th... apcclals call Summons with the one who is an "
to a Fashionetta Tea Sunday 17 after service you don't have to '
Day or Night authority. Whose private ,
April 24 4 to 6 pm. at the home
back home
of Deacon and Mrs., W. M. Cove breakfast rush will be served for breakfast on the, Phones HI 4.2... .P HI t.0tf3RUPTUREUSER consultation will evolve you

Ington, 2370 NW Uth st Dens- church grounds. Usher board No. to a higher state of mind. ""

lion $1,00.BAIIA'I. 1 will be in charge.
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All Information is .
The Sunday School department ,
ASSEMBLY will pay tribute to this glorious

France Batunrartner, day by featuring a program of .. ... Strictly Confidentialt ,, ,
Mrs suss ear ..a r.. eel 6A rs, w...
songs, speech and stories of
secretary of the Dade Chapter poem _.... .
the Offlre Hour 9 -A pm.aandayi
Florida Growers Association -will Next cress by the children. in ... to I t t- L
lead the discussion at the Babe Sunday April 24 will be p.ra.
137 NW llth are, 7 pm one of the bluest days yet at Mt
Sunday Center April 17. Her subject Hermon the biggest little churchin 4i- Don't Write-Call in Person

will be -Developing Spiritual come town.ottBROWNSVILLE The Spring rally will $ D.IILT IIK.DIXO .'.00 VV ,
Capacity. Everyone 1* cordially .
invited to participate In ttk dis BAPTIST s.rsrasr 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

cussion.ffhe .. ......
2749 N.W. 49th Street :"t.:= -= MADAM HUNTER
Banal Assembly of Miami .... .....
Rev E D. Richartimn, pastor -- '
Wednesday -___ 1HARLEM.. i..e .. ..l1
the Center -- w
win meet at at 8 to elect Annie Pratt reporter ........._.. t.aLissr, ...... 1657 N.W. 73rd SL, Miami
April 20 p.m.Assembly of Sunday School _____ 830
the Local Spiritual comin Morning worship ...,..., .,,. 11:04 DRUG CO.
nine member for the r'vetr1ng worship 7:00 1400 N.W. ant Ave MtamL FU.
BahVl 7Sat.r .


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-- THIS and r SAYS:


THAT Mississippi: has passed a law
-- which encourages local churchesto
break away from their national
denominations in order to pre-
By RUTH N. POLITE serve segregation. It seems to me
that the South is chanting its
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tactics Having given up their 4
Easter Greetings! ly Improving. Mrs. Edwards remained attempts to secede from the t
at her mother's bedside Union they are now proceeding"
What a day is Easter..sunda71 I for a week. t... secede from the human race.
It suggests victory over the grave Out of the hospital and back The Negro too, has new tactics -
victory, over all doubt and despair o their respective posts are K. He now refuses to stand for
victory over the sorrow and Rjbincff Jones dean of boy at not being able to sit He will sit I LWi7II
disappointment rwihch eat their :'arver; and Mrs., Daisy Byrd until lunch counters change their
way' into the human heart, but tynamfc president of the Rich stand on sitting. This situation
which rithtly borne may prove mood Heights Woman's Club. will have its ups and down until
the greatest of blessings if onlywe i justice is done for the Negro has I
can find ourselves and build \N EXPERIENCE WITH THE "Justice" much ri.&ht0 sit U his
our faith on Joy and hope and CENSUS TAKER white brother.
certainty, and not on doubt May lest rda1 the census taker called This 1* really a serious sltua- I
y.ur; Easter day be blessed with And wrote down in a book t.on and things look a bit discouraging -
ail that makes you happiest, and And so, as Ins...as hanging 'round, in the battle for Jus-
may its gladness linger on long I thought I'd take a look. ties We can find courage in the .
after Easter Day Is gone Is mywish He bad our names and ales all words of a great leader, Dr,
. to you at this beautiful time And put down dad's vocation, Martin Luther King Jr. lie said.)
of the year.ADULT And after mother's name he Tar from representing retrogression PLASTIC COVERS
wrote and tragic meaninglessness .
EDUCATION. In 63 of She had "no occupation." the present tensions represent -

Florida's 67 counties, adults art .Vhy mother's up before it's light the necessary' pains that accompany -r.t =R"I- I '== I
the birth of
regularly: attending classes la And through the work she anything fore
which they axe learning to read races. net*'" Whenever there is the

and write to master a trade or ie starts the breakfast, emergence of the new we con- G1_a-r, Surge Dw.. Met. .
business occupation, or to utilize Straightens' things and washes front the recalcitrance of the vinyl ptottlc ,I rLGIIIT
more fully the facilities and personal faces. 01<1. So the tensions which we O.T-
talents found in the home. She our packs our lunches finds our wltntIn the world today are ": Cu+ r-. rated Mm yew ..... Hp Ai1e
Last year more Uxan 200,000 enrouws book indicative of the fact that a new s Wonvnly baps IestM shwa v.. ."
18 years of age and over, Of course it keeps her busy. ; world order is being born and an Nuts vets wnd Wltetei W 'tills elf a tt/stA'
old order is parsing away"Let
or approximately. 1 of every 17aduiu She washes, Irons sweeps and ,4th
Florida voluntarily us look forward with a,ur- I Myrl* -
in en- dusts '
are knowing that these recaldtratkms .. ,.
rwkd in an educational offering You'd think she would get
of the old are but Itsdroth
the Board
provided by County of

wood here Instruction.in Dade. County. there are She bakes a cake, and maybe nft'A'aUWhy world throes of Justice making and way equalityfor for a I Call Now PL 1-5841U!)

programs inciucun* both credit; She Binds some time for sewing.There's .
.na non credit courses, primarily mending making. over too

cuoccrned neeo with of serving aduiu the as indlviauau. educational -- Because dinner me comes all are, and arowj diahe, *. be Out of Style? 761 N.E. 79/h/ St. Evening WI 7-0895
Let double-
parents, family members us your
*na ciuzen: Luring tne yearuumotr a Fin one, thing, and then another breast suit to a single breasted, NICHOLAS Pfasticovers
ul people enrolled in literacy narrow lapeL $11 up.
Your Smiling Tailors 937 NW
ana elementary course, 'work bothea -
And when our home 3rd Ave.. Reuben Hepburn, Prop.
&up cn""vi cucnpeuon programs,
us. Indl
AnMricanizaUon' and ciUzcnsSip We say pleae help me --
caMe*, utierai and cultural oilering moUwf."
lour ui the recent March ) So she keeps going all the tone
a..uuates' Lau the. ftortnwestexnacnuot And though she's one wary' .. .
.u&a Center are: Mine She never" ftiM real out of sorts. .. .)y ,
u"umw ...iuuu WilUams. 1V01tcrr. She'i always gay and cherry. 4
.\-. snu ., Cwanenuoe INct- She keeps so busy every day -
even. w..MI AW luth ave. Stur1 And sure needs some vacation .
. ear array, IU; .SW 2nd ci4 And yet the census man wrote ,: Lam.t
A.ro.Aj i'MZM1n. 2290 NW MmTne down:
.. Wryra3tltaii ns1 She hadnooccupationrCONDOLENCES
lut& annual greater Miami : Mrs Susie
nign SWUM Drama Festival, Grtffen and her brother, Freddie
H notva by the Drama DopU of Bradley, made a hurried! trip to
ticuvcruvy of, Miami on March Ft. Gaines Ga. to bury their
j* ana April l, at the Box Theauv uncle Judge Wynn. Funeral service
rata ti. provided cnalexcit heM
.o.a. for Mr Wynn were t
.etgng. eaugnWnuls and Sunday. AtrU J at the New Hope
aD experiences fur students andouctura Ba.4.t Church in Ft Game ..
uke. love la a list of .
participating cnoois and incur Funeral service were h e 1 d al
u.* 'cu rs, Geurge W. Carver, April 4 in D-lray Beach for Mr ;
4wtuaov Brvwn, Coral Gable, Jotic Greene who died March 31
David Fetaman. liuleah Mrs. in Christian Hospital. :
J.cqueilne Orlando Mama Mrs. Greene, a graduate: of .
lscaa1, Jay Jensen; F-dtW-n. Jay P. FAMU and retired teacher, was
*'ox. Miami Senior, Mrs. SylviaFuntmg a pioneer citizen of the Defray
J+ol tierce. North Dade, James Uaudolph. are two sons Dr
Northwestern Thomas G jrge Greene, Miami Dr I II : ;
lapino and Mrs Lena Simmons; Doughs Greene, Cleveland and
South wt, Lou McLean, ; South their families; a sister, Mrs ,
Dad, William Gibbcl ik>oker T, Gerckla Venerable Cleveland To I -'
Leroy Washington. the bereaved families we extend : :
sympathy. l

VISITORS. Dr. and Mra. W. IL Theueht for The Week: How. i >qF
Murreli had as their house guests good bow pleasant for brethren
Dr and Mrs.. John E. Murrell and to dwell together In unit>!
Mrs. BeU Hrrxirtrks. wife of Dr. IVaUn 1S3:1 Thanks to Mrs y 6j
Frank Hcndrick. Dr. John Murreil Blanche: Smith.
is the brother. of W. IL The
group mme from Cleveland.
Their 10-day stay was made ....w..AIII..,j T .
more pleasant by many bcslttiawho
extended courtesies. to them. SUFFERERS .

BIRTHDAY GREETINGS to tr testers sea s.::eat.scants::.es ten..v ess ens)' .
Mrs. Sybil Foster, Freddie Brad- MC"W.........a r an.w.....M.La I
/. .......T amO M few sauJ.efeid
Icy and Dr. W. IL MurrelL .
N./ /al-- wes tlalafiar .
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Wright of Jacksonville mother of t1I1it. ..
Mrs Dorothy Edwards North- .
es I -S .. r a.ir es --
western's Dean of Girls to slow ...--..car.1t1IC'L11.- .. .. /

....... M .- ELECTRIC WATER HEATER M. wuv.0...

PU tty "* MHiK.twi* nave' nwwrw twtur.h.ppsw bvtng, Yea*mum with
.n jfu&u..wtht H..c \\.... II_-ampl.U.1y d.p ad.U.. -ladm

fully d-wn. fume tr- .,wl dan..LI.I Cur yaw p..a. III cold .urn ,

sanest it any ptna .lIIt r..c-t itl' Ic..n.t.UN..w naatrr.o4y .........

0. .laplay heir .., ..I.a1natJ. epplletla/ d.si-a sad fAwat.ra. .


If"PlN0 .UILD HQKIDA .,- fit :coo......arC.ewa.
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officiated at the ribboncutting
TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Christening GOODWILL Icy officially opening the store.

INDUSTRIES that employs and trains handicapped -
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1960 Reception people. Rev. H. McNeal

Mr and Mrs. Mettle Coney OPENING BIG Harris and Oscar Range bot h
board members helped
1611 NW 3rd ave.. sponsored a The' opening of the second advisory .
reception in honor' of the christening community store in Dade County carry cut program.OfTiciak
cf their son, Ernest Eusene of Goodwill Industries last Saturday were high in their
on Sunday afternoon at proved one of the most praise of the reception given the
:heir home Little Ernest was successful in the fine history cf new store and expressed a sincere -
christened Sunday morning by this worthwhile movement I thanks to all who partici
the Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor of The Northwestern High band pated. The public is invited to
St Mary's W. M. Church. 1600 led a parade of citizens and visit the store at any time.
NW 5th court Goodwill officials to the locationat
d God parents were Mrs. Myrtle 1210 NW 62nd st where a
Turner and Mrs Dorothy JoIm- tare crowd thronged the placeto
ion godmothers and Albert H learn about the program and
Turner and Henry Cooper, god- benefits of the operation Register Today!
fathers. Commissioner Henry Balaban ;
James Ryder and Charles Had-'

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: p I Negroes'WINSTON-SALEM Entry, N. C r

A faculty committee will be nam_
ed at Wake Forest College hereto TYIV
4 consider whether the aU-whlte
Baptlst-cupported institution 111TlitAtAt II
shcuki accept Negroes.
Faculty members debated the OX 1.7959 NAV. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
... question for about 90 minutes before
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handing it to the committee.
The Seventh Day Adventist Anthony Wood second prize for The faculty action Is not binding
usher board sponsored a Tot $448.50. Yolana Farrington, 3rd on the board of trustees which
Contest April 3 which was a with $231 would make the Anal decision on
great success. Nine tots took part I, We want to thank everyonewho admitting Negroes. FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY
but two left'' before their pictureswere helped in any way. ,
taken. Cecelia Rock nceiy-I Mrs Quoreadies McPhee
ed the first prize for raising president! usher board

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Sunday thru Wednesday !



Cln.rna&cope and Clrl
with a cart of thousands
Glen Ford In _
i "The Sheepman" I v _

I1 I ,

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I rt
FURNISHED ROOM In private HOUSE. Aduhs $%6 .

h l1W. 3230 NW 45th It. N*. week.' 'New colored' section. NE ..... ..
4-36M. 6-5566. STARTS SUN.
Gentktnan or couple. 2181 NW 152nd Ten, Opa Locks HILL'Robert I H Yufc GINA
at. NE 4-5025.
NICELY FURNISHED three bed couple.' PL 76672. "First Man Into Space"'

moan Opa house.Locka Quiet(Bunche surroundingsla Park HOUSE, unfurnished three bed-I Marshall Thompson If SOLOMON and SHEBAIW

area). Desirous of clean., nice reams Hot and cold' water. $21.501 I
qUiet family. For information per week Apply at 1934 NW 58lh t
cell NA 1-66S4. Ap :2 St. Phone NE 5-W15 t TEtlltltIr! t twsrU trot L.SAIra '

COTTAGES? Individual cottars FURNISHD ROOM 1529 NW Air CndlUn .. PaaaNl_. w..dl=r.1BI1DVJ b ( _.

One bedroom clean neix&borhftod. 67th st. men preferred $ 6 each.t CAPITOLTHEATRE
617 NW 8th It. Fb&aeFR PLUS-
1-4820. Mrs. India Donovan. }
All CALL DAVERepairs

DUPLEX. Furnished. New .--c- on aU make of washers SUN, MON, TUtS, WED. y mug YET$
lion close in. PL 4-C2M. refrigerators and stoves. Free April 17 11. It .20
estimates. Daft PI 70121. THE RISE! AND FALL
furnUhed. 1966 NW GOth st. Call J t 1of
NE 36203. Child Care Plus }

FURYisliii; ROOM. lese NW Pickup and hot meals. 1 to 5 : The Sheepman"Oltnn Ford

57ta st Cooking facilities. Phone fear PL 82062. t, t

NE 36203. Babies six up given loving t

LOVELY furnished house with 2'I' conscientious care by mother I, oc
bedrooms, Fla. room plus carport with medical and child welfare Anywhere you live in Dad I 1 1I
With beautiful landscapinx. background. Hours 7 am. to 7 County, you can
In the heart of Edison Center. It pm. Formulas and special diets I I
is an ideal place for quiet and I adhered to. Lullabye Nursery.NE VOTE FOR. ,
comfortable living. See it at 836 4-8290.
NW 65th street dulU, cnly' ).lust'' I
be experienced in taking care of i
a food home. PL 8-0792. I SALESGIRL drug store experi I IIh1i; ;

FURNISHED PT. Hot and cold ence. Midway Park Drug. 2206, .
water. Free lixhts. NE 5-0010. NW 62nd St. OX 17629. Cane In
lees NW 53th terrace. for Interview.
$2000 WEEK. Very nice large. SALES HELP Opportunities for ..
+w ran stir.
efficiency for two. No other ten ambitious Negro men and women.' 1 .....A t.It"a*.r ant!1 l4wMa.r.
ants. 1044 NW 64th It. PL 9-9049.( .,w' wits.t..r hu r a+elt
We as learn. Phcne FR
pay you 0.a raltRAY1.1 gLIr1 t*11*
41561. A23
rent Prefer gentleman 334 NW
llth st U the conveniences of a
I home. Phone FR 1-4822 for appointment FOR SALE

k UNFURNISHED DeW room. Own On account$1.000 of death DOWN I am sell r STARTS WEDNESDAY
entrance on 2 bus lines. Single ing 5-room house and 2 efficiencies
working person sober habit aU furnished. This Is a good ; "THE LAST VOYAGE"IN
Cooking privilege OX 1-9626. income for life 13000. 1044 NW
64A ,t.

4-4466. BUY FROM OWNER Robert Stack and Dorothy Malone

l-BEDROOM APT. Refrigerator.tore Make Offer JACK 0. GORDON
834 NW 70th st Phone Cash or small down payment.See PLUS"STOPOVER -
NA,. 16933.HOUSE. 5854 NW 13th ave. Large, FOR THE
valuable duplex lot with 1-bed
2-bedroom in Browns- room house with screened porch SCHOOL BOARD TOKYO"IN
vjlle. 2930 NW 51st terr. Call NE Call PL 12420. Mr. Richard. Candidate at Largein
4-992 and ask for Mrs. Jordan. COLOR
Group 2

2 or 3 BEDROOM nOUSE. Din- REGISTER TODAY LEVER 45-B Robert Wagner and Joan CollinsMIAMI
lag room electric stove
sur- (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
water. Clean and quiet
r I'OIJl"4lnp, 3059 NW Gin St. NE Your Vote i.i Needed If :'wa-J-.--..WDW "" 1IF:1r"JJf: : DKJII1C!!ll'"Dr!"' 1Ii
1 TO.






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['" t'Uj./U.. : : : \.. j Broward County d SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1960 PAGE 13

.. NewsBy MarriedCharles I' !

S. Lassiter. ton of Mr.
and Mrs, Sylvester Lustier. 1415 I POEMS
ibiifn. NW 65th it. and Mils Constance.
Watttr Bw I, E, Smith cf Boynton Beach were
t. married April .9 at Boynton by America's UrteM Song Stadia
... Send Poem. Immediate comadersUcciPtuMwtrapti
: -- -- Beach Mr. Lastiter was the first *
f C Retards Made
:: -
Easter bunt will be on Negro pharmacist employed' at
egg ItK Cp anon' bean M IsLM KK.......
Sunday at 2 pxn. at the Carver Jackson Memoral Hospital. He
By COOK! Ranches Park on the circle at will be drafted into the Army on
21st st. and 48th ave. AU children Mcnday His wife Is a schoolteacher
Mary McLeod Bethune that the person who Is most liberal from Carver Ranches Hyde in Boynton Beach
visited Booker T. Washington' ) tavard our race ret Into of Park and Washington Park art Straighten your hair
High School while I was a student 'I fice we must vote. invited. This project is sponsored '
there. While) she spoke of I I by the Progressive Club of Annual TeaThe with SILKY STRAn .
many interesting things, the South Broward and the businessmen
thing that I remember most is TO DADE COUNTY of this community Jimmy 1M the OUIICI JAI 'I H
the story concerning two young TEACHERSThis Saunders president; Parnell Gardenia Circle invite pal M.l.NI 1. ....LAT ..M
Negro boys sitting on a stack of Miller, secretary.Walter you to attend its annual tea Easter AU COSMETIC COUNTns
cress ties watching the train. to an election year. We Sunday afternoon. April 17,
come in and go out of the station are concerned as to whom to vote Blatch.president of the 4 to 6 pm. at Dixie Park Auditorium --4
One of the boys said to the for. for public office As we apf C W H Chamber of Commerce, 340 NW 13th at. Toddlerson Drive Carefully
other, "You know I wish I waswhite. roach this eU ." "Why. do you wish you confronted with the election of a the Chamber of Commerce buildIng -
wrre'white?' his friend' asked. governor president, senator and I is moving along fine. Floors New Pocket TRANSITOR RADIO Sale
-Well, if I were white. I could representative' Presently, I let's have been poured in both departments
drive that train all over this place the election of government. plumbing! has been Was $39.95 Now at Only $14.95
country" The boy's companion offices (In the rece ites" of our subernaciousnen roughed In for two bath rooms, Powerful I Dynamic ftpeaktr-Makes a Wonderful Gift
looked at him he looked at the *. and let's dwell I.. electrical work has been roughed
train he looked down the railroad moment' on the election of ourte.rhing In and the liht will soon be 'n- With fret battery carrying cat and Magnetic Earphone
track and he looked at t.nrnH1" professional organization stalled Complete' Iln, of TV'a and Radios.-At low prices
: Then he saM. 'You state, district and county Of Law Repair PtlonSOOTIN'S
know. I dont nosh I were whh>. course t'1Ir".t immediate concern Thomas Robinson of Brunswick
w>h T had the opportunity. If f it the election of officers of Ge.. and his brother Reg TV
1 had the opportunity. I'd drive cur Dade County Teachers Asssnefatlon. inald of New Jersey,.. in Hal- 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589
that tr'n a* black as I am." landale visiting their nephew and
The Negro people have made As the efcfHcn near its fury niece. Mr and Mrs Maurice ----
tl'ft1adft nceents since we all muni chome rides and endorse Minis, proprietor of the Twilight
this stop .was toM Yes we have certain candidate for varno Inn. 800 Pembroke Road.
come a lng way. One of the : ,rffice! would like to soil-' Highland 4-JOSS Free Consultation'
main reason why we have been c't rrur support' for my candidate -: Yours Truly wishes his rela-
be! to mike stride toward freedom for the office of first vlctnreekfent three! friend and patrons very SOUTHERN CLINIC
!Js because someone took advantage of the Dade County: Happy Eastef. Urinary and Chronic Disuses
tf an opportunity. Voting Te r*>en Association He Is Wil.
Is an opportunity toward the lie J Wright T His nullification Mrs Lucille Walton sad her Hours 10.4 147 CORAL WAY
end of better government are He is l married and the father two lovely children of Sharks
m-ith better rovernment' better of true children, known affectlonatrfv Ca.. left )lat, Thursday night fortheir I... by Apt. (Near 27th Ave)
thrint! conditions and better living at the "Wright Clan. home after spending six CloMd.
Wed. Bus No 4 U dose
He weeks with their father and
condition result in a better U a mathematics f Instructorat
world A tomorrow that's better nrrM-Tvrrflle Junior High' and mother Drccn and Mrs Monroe
than today. current! serving a' auditor of Smith of 4JII2 SW 20th sty West
the a-. eiatl ON VOTING trict Ten IVpt of Cla
When the wrong man get' In Teachers Association of FSTA, RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
office: we are uaBy the one nreldent of the National Alumn Early Sunrise service will) be Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins
wtr Association: of Bethune Cook held Sunday morning at CentralBaptfet 0 9
suffers.are We are, our flHed whole with race regret man College, a member' of the Church Rev E. J Clark, CfTectl'c ..,.,..*. .......urgl for we Vnw that had we voted hoard rf tni.l.... of Bethune: a pastor An invitatkn is extended ... looo time' or '''U''',. Avoid surgery and hotpltallutlon. Why
deacon of the Mt Zion to all to be present at S am.
thing have Baptist
mhjht been different wear truooT Why suffer delay and get worse f
We make a lot of promise, Church and a member of the National
you know. I mean thin, like United Neero College Fund HARLEM SQUARE CONSULTATION FREE 9
I'm sure gwlng" to vote the next Administration Committee.T Special medication, treatments, diets for arthritic. neuritis, Ml*
time" We are in trouble! so we am for Willie Joe becauiebelieve I SWEET SHOP con blood. preoouro, oinu. anemia |lost vigor, chronic dlocaoo.
prat. "Lord help us get out of his experiences qualify of men and _........
this fire
mcw." and our Cod answers our County asociations -
ua H< MV tn every thing thereis the type of assistant lead DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING'
a ..,fun ant a '!mt" to every f'f"It1ir- *< purpose under the heavens. Thus the office of flirt vice" presidentof rOt N.W. 10tH Street 21 S.W. IStn Aw., FR S.274S o A Central Health Senrlct
.e have a time to vote and when the Dade Count Teachers Association .-
that time porn**. we should vote. rf_s oL. se

It to difficult for us to choow a_.. or..oL.A.----- -_.. _--___ --.. l ---1L---_
sides for we cannot tell who will f
help moot in our struggle forpersonal

don't really have a choice Usual
I ly we muM choose the bet out
of what wrmc. In a sense a *ornr NOW
lot Hewever.""
----- .-to make sure Grand OpeningMIAMI'S

Nrscrp sperrnen. man
than ftvw of ui, know aS

tXperawsce.the. iArir pttlituxtl public and candidate program record, NEWEST SEPIA NITE CLUB I RENTING !

7/lev/ art quick to
h'n.ffI'.ucla qualities FRI. APRIL

a. capability, dedication,

tntfgnly and courage. CHOICE BRAND NEW
It is tignificant that the .
candidate for Governor
that leads all other In

endorsement* by I O'Hearts Club 2 Bedroom
Florida' newspapers I* : King Apts.PRIME
Doe E Carlton, Jr. I .

6000 N.W. 7th Ave. LOCATION

1767 N.W. 3rd Ave.

\ _' THE PRETTIEST! POPULAR PRICES! (in front of St. Agnes Church)






/i B C I Call FR 48398Carey's



King O' Hearts King O' Hearts 1958 N.W. 3rd Avenue

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The 1st Section Is Going Fast In .


Collier County


$ ft Down Will 1 Buy You 21 Acres $QQC

12 ft. average elevation I

U Equal L" city lots TOTAL PRICE IsltfU
330 x 330 feet

READ WHAT HAS TO MARYJOSEPH SAY Ask Your Friend Who Bought In Hampton

I Acres At $395 An Acre -- Now Worth Up To I

Y $6,000 An Acre Your Last Chance To Own

I ., Your Own Land At These Low Prices !

I want to take this spportunl Statistical; Research Men says "Greater Miami's population today,
t> to command you for your sell
.Ing to mt 10 different tracts of Read What is one million This area will grow to 4 million people."

ono I paid. y uc and In..n j.oprie..,"of. Dale I S. Renault I 2-Goinc NORTH from Miami to Palm Beach Is built-up and look like
1395.00 each. I am happy to My Real Estate Editor of the one continuous city.
that these acres art worth today Miami Beach Sun
e.OOO oach. Has to Say 3-Going SOUTH from Miami, big building program now going on,
and available good land is selling at thousands of dollars per acre."READ .
WHAT JENNIE That same story of ondloos op.
port unit Us $Is being repeated 4-Miami can't j row east in the ocean.
",***Y! the stats but
SAY" where moro dramatically than In 5-MamI! must grow west.
Collltr County the lower Quit
Coast of "''ortda.6HAMPTONCOWER ACRES, on line of Dade and Collier Counties
r average 12 feet elevation, and are in direct line of future expansion.
It should bo smphsslsod that .
the land offered In Collltr County <
Is not ready for Immediate development .
Rather It representslongrango a 7-It is good sense to BUY land CHEAP and sell HIGH. (Average cost
'Investment opportune of our 1 Acre is $158.00)
Ity Just as did tho Coral City
area a few years ago when aero We believe that ALL investors in Collier County acreage MUST ultimately
ago thereabouts was ,consideredU : realize profits. However the FIRST areas to be developed and
puroly speculative so It was
4 .In fact. consequently BY FAR THE MOST VALUABLE, will be HIGH
GROUND, located on RANGE LINES!! Main arteries usually follow
range lines, therefore adjacent property is the most likely to become

YOUR LAST CHANCE When this particular offering is sold we never again will be able
I did purchaso from you S scros to offer such high value at these low prices, and on these attractive
,In Hampton Acres and I paid' FOR LAND AT THESE terms. Yes, NOW is the time.for .
these acres an average prtco
.f $395.00 oath I am happy to LOW, LOW PRICES
say that these acres aro worth HIGHER ELEVATION THAN MOST OF GREATER MIAMI! Thesetracts
today better than $4300 oach.' I have a MEAN(ELEVATION OF 12' ABOVE SEA LEVEL. .
don't think I will sell unless I
-- higher than the average residential areas of Miami.
get better than $$,000 each.

This golden day for land opportunities are just ahead! The big boom is in Collier County just on the

Dade County line-when development comes to Coll ir County, it will be primarily home development.The .

factors that made early investors in Dade and 8 roward Counties rich are now operating to create

i wealth for today's investors in beautiful Collier County The predominating soils in this area of Collier

County are fine sandy marl underlying limestone to 5 ft., according to the soil survey of the U.S. Depart.

ment of Agriculture. The elevation is from 8 to 14 feet. The area also contains much timber suitable for


Miami 36, Florida

HAMPTON PARKWASHINGTON CRES Enclosed is my reservation deposit. Please
PARK rush complete details, including maps, brochure
contracts, plats etc.
I HAMPTON ACRES 195 N. W. 14th St.

TRUMAN CITY Name ...................-..-............ .."......
Miami, Fla. FRanklin 3-1725 2H ACRES

Address ...........,,,.?.,, ,,,?1......_.... $395PAGE

City.......... ...................State .... ...

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CARDSMEMORIALSCARD I sad but loving memory of '
my dear husband I church and fraternal circles In BRAND NEW

JAMES DEAN SR. Ms earlier years.' Lovely t-bttlroom, 2 bath and
who departed this life April 18
OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe 1958. Funeral services" will be heldat garage, oak floors tile roof, builtIn

The family of the late, Sleep: on and take your rest Temple Baptist Church Saturday electric kitchen
MARGARET E. IUGCS family of the late dear one. at 2 p.m. The body will betaken 1354 N.W. 59th St.
who departed this life March 19.I960 LONZO WILLIAMS Mrs. Ella Dean: wife to the church Friday night .
10 o'clock. Francis Funeral Open S p.m. JC tl40
takes this method of thanking rA ho passed away March 17 and at :
the many friend and neighbors was laid to rest March 23 in I Home in charge.HOMES WE BUILD NO MONEY
for kindnesses shown during Lincoln Cemetery wishes to thank DOWN
her illness and its period of be the many friends tor their kindnesses DEATHSRange Wo have lots
to build In Liberty
cards telegrams and
reavement. Thanks for your letters -
cards, donations of cars, flowers during our hours of be- I FOR SALEOnly City .,.a. 113x105 cornerIIOxlOS
telegrams and floowers. Special rcveament Than** to the Rer. corner

thanks to the Helping Hand club and Mrs. Taylor and to the $750 down and $78 per Cash paid' for .lots er homes
Rer. J. W. Watson and the House of Albert. Month
Bethel-William Funeral Horn Mrs. Basalt Baker" SEYMOUR BARON
and staff for excellent ferric' And Family Large 2*bedroom and Florida Lkeneed Builder Insured
rendered.: Than again to ODe sl room
and all for everything. CARD OF THANKSThe l c''
i Best buy 'In this nsw N.W. area
Mrs. Miriam Pratt daughterMr. Live rent free In this nice duplex
and Mrs. Stanley Whittle family of the late { with a cottage an a large 100x123 PRICED TO SELL
Mr. and Mrs. Josepbus Pratt let. Rent from apta. pays off
Fred and Harry Pratt fnortgsQODay RIGHTSee
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin: Prattgrandchildren
: -o-
I Nursery andKindergarten


the family of the late I t hems and a large 0arag an MODEL HOME

,_ 4 Iota. All fenced 'In play ground
1 fully equipped and ready ta makea Sun. 2 to 5 o.m.
If' lot of money. Price and terms
low for this wonderful opportun* Open for your inspection
Ity .In this now N.W. aroa.
k Duplex money maker. Get gad at
,I.) Income from thooo two apt.
1470 N.W. 55th St.
Only' $00 down payment

Triplex, good .Income from three -e-

I apta on large '.t. Only $$00 We have lots close by or
down and take over.

I A:::..> Ttrtrnce: of 134 NW can build on your lot
I C3t:> ct died in Jackson Hospital o 0
4 en Apr 9 lie is survived by h.s -i
widow Luebertha Sao children,
h3 parents. Mr and Mrs Robert Call E. Harry Denny Sunken living room, 3-bedrooms .
n-mcr. several sister and
brothers Final rites will be conducted Action Realty TU 7.1536 2 baths, screened
ABRAHAM LEWIS In Wsrrngton Ga.
whpayed: : away April 4. 1HO I patio Inclosed garage,
"A.S.) to express their sincere: Mrs Ruth Hampton of 6242
tunkt! to their many friends and NW 14th ct.' died at her residence modern kitchen
j nc hbors for tlt'Ondol of on April 12. Mrs Hampton
sympathy. flowers telegrams and came to Miami from her home ,nSumpter. -0-
l 1t s-stance rendered during their S, C. ever 38 years ar.
:"xur of b*m vefn MRS, FLORENCE LAUCHUN e rks to Range Funeral Ilion, tune She i* survived by o snn I HARMARINC.
I and r Jcr C B Rnck. Willie PrarlFanr Errant CaRt,. two sisters Mrs.
,> : ) and Mrs H Rhkns.i dames Bertha' Winn and Zellace
i He leave to mourn his fee av.r.f Drill**!.. a granddaughter Miss
.- and devoted wife. )Maud Ruth L. Canty, and a daughterinlaw. .
Lewis, six! daughters: Freddie Lee Mrs. Ernest panty

Lew Wl-on. New York; Eunice Funeral services will be C'OQ.I HAPPY EASTER Phone MO 5-3592
Itenkerscn. Philadelphia, KeturahL4A2
ducted on April 18 st 4 pm. sti
Goodwin Locka Faxfrimey. I
Opa ;
the 7th Adventist Church of
II i Day
Long Island; Maude located NW Mth 2 Houses 1 Lot
I Liberty City on
Wilson Philadelphia and Ruth L. I
14th and 15th
Woods, Opa Locka. Two sons,' $795 down for these two
Patter Ruck of Bethany 7th
Abraham Jr. Miami and Isaacf ayes furnished homes. Only one I
Day Adventist Church will offl-
> Brooklyn I ate mortgage payment of $85. HOUSESFOR

Suns and daughter in law: Live rent free. Drive by
David GrtmsUw, Julie. Lewis I Pioneer Passes
i 7801 NW 14th place and SALE
Richard Woods." Rita Lewis. Ar-
i, pull lU&kias&G. Chart Wll* n.SI call us. I

grandchildren. 7 great grandchildren : It you are looking for a good buy

f Near 54th St. to a nice home we have many

homes with low down paymentsand
CARD OF THANKSThe 1 $995 DownNew balance to be paid like rent

bedroom 2 bath CBS
family of the late.
DEACON WILLIE WHITE 1 in nice quiet neighborhood.Small I ExampleBeautiful

uf Jacksonville, who departed deposit will hold this
thY life Aoril 4 and was laid to house till : 2-tordroura CIVS furnished -
ret JJJ: =::f, take r I closing. Balance' on corner tot
MRS MAMIE WHITE I this many rent. Give your familythe I II

who were killed in an automobile -I I friends of Miami for their kindness best. Call us for an ap $700 down, $75 Mo.We .
accident March 26 shown during our bereave pointment. I i
Our wife mother and sister meat Special thanks to the J. I have many more homrs to
were laid to rest April 2 from neighbors of 6th: court for the I chouterun. Cane to:
New Hope Baptist Church.We Lovely floral piece and Rev C P Opa Locka ,l
wish to express our sincere Preston and Peaceful I Zfon nmben -
$795 Down I Goodman Real Estate
$84.50 Mo.
I -
thanks to our many friends May God blest you all 1 ;""
and neighbors' for cards tokens, Beautiful new CBS 3ed. I
telegrams condolences and beautiful Mr Susie Williams, sister room home on large lot. I 21. N.W. 2nd tt OX 1-OJSO
flowers and the donation of' lfeilrw+Dad ,
can Special thanks to our pastor *I Mrs., Josie Perry surer, .{ I Anyone can buy. No closing o o

Rev J E. Brown and memo, Sarasota J I costs. Only one monthly Insurance
hers of New Hope: Rv W. M.Maon .i Mrs Addle Hanrin. sister. x14ulnwt I payment. Don't pay rent.
of Mt. Zion BaptistChurch I Miami Y This won't la'i.BRICIIT 26M N W 0tnd St.-oX I-OMO
and beret Stt White brother. Tampa .
raw i Hialeah.
and Rev J C Burner, pastor ofFrwmirtup I Mrs LUz4e Hall. sMcrMrs (Uncle Hub) Hudson Be Safe. Nut Sorry
died at his. h Iftil NW lit
B.apt. >>t Cswreh and T....... fte. I
sneenhaera. Afam we say thanks I Annie Gat et. sWrTaTgw I Cutrt Monday, a4 2 am., after a REALTYPL We can .nance your liability
!! Bag lllttea. lie is wrviwdy Mil Insurance: w.h small) monthly
t; uw KaaUM>>rsi Home also
Religious !f e4y Club. Houc of Mrs RoN!.. ),fcCan&&. sister wife, fcatncc 7-8456 283 NW 79th St : t

Alter* -la' God bless .eta MiamiCONSOLIDATE
Mr. Hudson was a vtonrer Ml- I -
>ou Your deeds aM k........ "" --I[ ..... .dI\Wn. having owe here from ... I _.,; 7'

herd u. much to Uavttea our the Bahamas more than M ,..n -
bunk in so masy ways.Lftave YOUR i a5t. H.. wa a t jpuuir figure tn
to muurra beat pa-'SiOg. BILLSWe
.u4sxi. Artswr Jr. White, sev R.fift."c. Your I
t-n dauglft+rs, a brother, GrsftorCainey. Mortgage.do .
Clovecvdle! No' York. Payments Until March 1 FOR SALE

i U" MMM-ID-law. No B il.on..--or as low.. 1, KI..1 IIMi'11m
Mrs nor..... Laughlut teav.+su f 080 |t$ Month Finest Homes ,7 INN Ne1K1 + M/N A.w

mourn her loan a huoband. 12.000 US Month Near Edison Center I
Charlie LaufhliR. three children.een .
".GOO IW Month
< Meters and man> relatives MIAMI NATIONAL $5,000
and sorrowing' friends. I Double Corner Lot
I 3 Bedrooms 2 baths
phi MEMORIAMIn FR 3.5446 J E 2.2622

Member Ch."'b.r of ALLEN R. GREENWALD
loving memory! of our dear Commorco
ttuabaad. s MR LEMUEL 1P SR ,
7210 Biscayne Blvd.
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who dte4pr..: JO. 169 Maye I L ( 1 'n" .JICC
roved in grace Phone PL J-4532I : ': W .t< (I .; .. ,'I. ..
Join The NAACP
Miriam Kemp and Family i I

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THE MIAMI TIMES SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1960 Personal Mention Married.
4 mt+ -*"
Jubilation was the order of the Miss Margie L. Ryals and Fel-
day at North Dade High Schoolon ton Leverson were married on GIVE
i Monday of the past week. It Monday evening April 4 at the
ill centered around Principal home of Mrs. Olive Ingraham
Charles D. Wyche who had returned 2114 NW 57th it The ceremonywas
to his post after being performed by the Rev L. A.
r away some 16 days. A good port.on Thompson and attendants were
w of this time was spent at the Mrs. lqJ'aham.nd Willie Mor-
Christian Hospital where he hadbeen rUe
rushed by his wife when


Message of ThanksTo
Mr. and Mrs Daniel Jenkins
friends and wish to thank their friends and #
all my coworkers -
: neighbors for their kind expressions -!

I II My sincere thanks and appreciation : of sympathy during the re- '
cent death of their daughter
to you for the many and Hazel
varied kindnesses extended durIng -

mv.. recent Illness.
I To my:dtpr-W; am p.tter-I I
son for physical care,
,' minister Rev Edward Grahamand Would you like to earn $1,000 more this
Rev Purdy Brown Mt Tabor -
Baptist Church for spiritual ?
,- "."" uplift and to aU persons who In year
any way helped: me on to recovery -
X say thanks. BECOME A
Alese GillFLY

Nightingale Graduate



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Las' week was S?:,::: Fcctiva: $267.96 Round Trip For Physicians Assistant Training
time at Lil ;.e C Evans Elementary. We a=-. vcn nappy ti) have cur Plus' 122 Jet SurchargePay
Our King and Queen for pr.nc.pa} Mrs GilL back with us 127.00 New-Balance Later STARTING MAY 2
tfris oeeion were Cyril Thompson again after a period of illness.' (4 Hour-Trip. )
and Pamela Robinson. King I The Student Council seem* to

Cyril fe a third grader from MLsJeotfe be doing a very successful job ASK ABOUT OUR ALL Classes Limited in Number-Air Conditioned
Itiiliip'a claw and Pamela with its tardiness e mpai< EXPENSE COSTS
U a sixth grader from Mrs Ruth ) room' reported' having no ClassroomsNIGHTINGALE
J Ao.\' daw. Cyril and Pamela Fuptts: tardy at the end of last
Make Reservations Now!
JM tme on the beautifully decorated :other classes. NORTH'S COLLEGE


J. IV. Me Arthur Story is Phone FR 9-6779 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3-1675

1104 N.W. 3rd Av.nu.

Inspiration for YouthIn

a trife-torn world populated --- --
by pt"Cir1eb0ie minds are Americas Ora D. Taylor, Realty
of Commerce of the : ;
constantly being Indoctrinated' the Miami Chamber of Commerce Reg. Real Estate Broker I
Kvlth various forma of hate, prejudice ; the Citizens Board of the FREE !
bigotry, suspicion and University of Miami, and the 14101 Lincoln Boulevard
fear 1M very encouraging to Miami Civitan Club. Richmond Heights CE -424*
note the life and activities of .
At present he is chairman of bullt ln kitchen. On Lincoln'
who .striving to combat -
persons tructive force of our dernotT'Ky. the United Citizens'Fund Advisory and trustee Board of of Boulevard j I II
the a I 1st t Week RentMagnolia
The name J. Neville McAr- the University of Miami. One aero I In Perrlne. $'''00ca.h.
thur stands out most pre-oroi-: lie recently made a philan- In prosperous location. i

nently as an example of a positive thropic contribution' of 1000.000 Throe bedroom stucco houoo on'business '
character. Miami is proud to to the University of Miami. Most
street In Goulds. Total'
recognize and give due credit to important of aU is that he .is an
down, UO month
J. Neville McArthur.' This Is not active worker in the Miami M.00 or ISOO Garden
House now being' remodelled.Wo Apts.
necessarily. because of the fortunehe Shores Presbyterian Church.
has accumulated nor the M!
America has no shortage of haw Iota available In Orchard i
fabulous be has
>> dairy industry
citiZeN with abilities of various Villa for your O r 0 a m
developed. Miami and the nationare
kinds. The main handicaps have Homo. Wo aloe have plans. for >
recognizing this personality I
been that (1) many of its abilities your selection. Como to Armstrong !
largely for two seasons. First he
.is another strong vote for our are being dissipated into the Manor model homer 10700. 14255 N.W. 22nd Ave.
SW 107th
and ave.or
wrong channels (2) many others SW ISItt St.
democratic of life, which
way of .its potential abilities are being call CE 14241. I
permits a large segment of its cramped stifled and even (Across the street from Magnolia Hospital)
citizens** to go from "rags toriches. destroyed by the fears, suspctons, On. lot In Gouldo on 12tth at:$
or to develop to their prejudices and hates of other Total price U.OOO. $100 down I
maximum capacities. Second his American citizens. ttO per month or Inquire at .
life stands as another meanest to .... 1740 Homestead ave*, Perrlno. ,
our belief that "doing good is May America be blessed with ,
more blessed than doing evil. many more J. Neville McArthurs. Armstrong Manor Homo. Sev
It would be repetitious to attempt I enty-five bedroom f (S models) t WI 72420LARGEST

to give the history of his I on* bath, largo carports or ,opc"1
life or list his many achievementsand I VFW To Install built-in' kitchen, dream.

contributions. However we room walk-in clooets. Why pay APARTMENTS IN OPA LOCKA
feel that a few highlights might I I Veteran of Foreign' Wan Post rent? Only $24 per ....k to own.,
serve as example for our youthof ,I S603. Opa Locka will !hold their Ono mortgage paid out''In II
all races to strive to emulate. installation of officers' Saturday years.Model. STOVFS AND REFRIGERATORS IN ALL APTS.
Through hard work he rose 1 t'h.n.n&lfil 16 Ml 7 pun. &u die home, 10700 SW Ulrt rt.
from the simple life of. farm : Bunche Park Shopping Center and 107th ave.. Richmond Heights

boy to the earning of two del .. I I

grew from leading universities. .
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twenty cow in 1930. The num. ii
bee of cattle comprising his herd "Unbelieveable Savings""Tested ___
30 years later is nearng 6000. His and Approved"

land holdings are better than 1Sii ,- Refrigerators, Wringers CARLOS
000 acres m the state of FlorIda.
I He pre dcd ovc the Chamber Automatic Washers and

, i Dryers, Gas and Electric
\ ; Ranges, all makes, all sizes iLi: FERNANDEZ .

3bedroomHouse $29.00 up : 'r

For Rent |, Warehouse Clearance on all 2i

Hollywood beds and _:j ; For Justice of The Peace District 2

'f Living room and dinetteunfurnished* MattressesFree i ew- S Native Floridian Civic Leader

: Delivery I r

Large front porch Buy now and save! a Former Miami Municipal Judge
Solar for hot water I
;1 Dave's Trading Post The Only Candidate With
I In block to school I ,} I

5238 N.W. 24th Court PL 7-0121
i week : PULL LEVER 47-B (P I $26.50 I Dally to 9 p.m.-Sunday to S p.m,

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the Editor 'Applicants Sought forBade
Last week an article was I PACE IS

Smitten concerning the policies of
Holy Redeemer SchooL Ax a private -
school it does reserve the Junior CollegeDOBBS FIRST UNITARIANThe st. .will be celebrated oa Son

rfcht to accept or dismiss any Jay April 24. The speaker fat.
student. But by the same token, children of the church the morning service will be Raft
inasmuch as it does accept a stu- IS NAMED Center at Northtirastern- High school of the First Untartan J E. Drown of New Hope BaptM
Church will have Easter .
an Egg
deflt' the tuition and fees Church. Rev. Brawn la an cot'
School at NW
70th st and NW
hunt on April 18, 11 am. to 1pm
with other obligatory donations DEAN 12th ave. standing speaker of this dry and
on the church grounds 41
Just how far does it obligation asa Announcements of the openingof SW 29th road.A we welcome you to our IIf1tI.Day -
schocl go as to its responsibility I Dade program in order to enjey
County Junior College the college and its offerings special Family Easter Service Ms talent.
to the child and its parent the county's newest institution of have been made available to all will be held on Sunday.I
who is paying the fee? higher learning Dade County hUh school seniors April 17 from 10:15 to 10:40 with Our chairman Samuel Staf-
To abruptly dismiss children) in'I f'doon at two nterMslIn S eptem: The announcements are in the Rev Robert W. Sonen conducting ford is asking the cooperation' of

the middle of the day without ber These centers win be Cen1 form cf a booklet containing description the service. At 11:30 am. the all hi* friends to make this S
earning and notifying the parent 1! tral Center at Miami Central of tre courses of studyto church school will have a worship treat day. Remember, April 24.
of such action causes one great His* School) at NW 95th st. and be offered, and application service on "The Symbolism
concern as to that school's real I NW 17th ave.. and Northwestern forms for these who are interest of Easter" THE INCARNATIONEpiscopal

interest !in the welfare of the ...... ed in making application for admission. "Zeal for that Unfolding Life"
child Children have been dismissed Wl'WTOP will be the sermon topic of Rev. ( )
from Holy Redeemer Dean David M. Dobbs of Sonen at the 11 am. service." 1S33 N.W. 54th St.

School at all hours of the day.ome THAT DOG I IYes II Northwestern Center advises that Father E. S. Clarke, Jr, Vicar
cf them were unable to call he has a supply of Junior Colleges MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev Church School and Adult
their parents" ethers called' their catalogs and will be happy Bible Class ,.,.,.....,.,,_, MO
parents from a pay station located Slrl Stop that dog from turn.Ing to make a copy of this booklet E. M Thomas pastor Solemn Sung Mass .........". 10:.
over your garbagt can with PhyllU Myers reporter EYC Meeting ._.,..._. 8:34
in the vicinMy of the school; this Cantt Garbage Can available to any interested' person. Sunday School ...._...,,.,,, 9:43Mornlnr
Holtfsr. .. .
is -T Evensons ,,.._.....,..,..., 7JO
had to borrow from Dean Dobbs alco state he
one: money Made of steel with welded can Worship ._..,,....... 11:00 Holy Saturday
in the street to catch the available to discuss the new Jun
persons structlen for added strength. Ad. B T. U ., __ Sal
bus to Opa Locka because the JutUble to all slit cans Including ior College with parents and I Evening Worship ...,,....... r--i 7:00: Lighting of the new fire' and
parent paid by the week for a 54 gallon drums. other persons who may need informs blessing of the font and Holy
taxi to and firm school during tkn on the new' institution. Last Sunday at 3 pjn. the No. Baptism 6 pjn.
regular' school beginning and Shown below' with can choir had its 20th anniversary. Easter Sunday *
ending hours. 1 am now referring St Mary's W.M. ChristianRev It WM a nronderful program. Solemn Sung Mass and sermon
to an incident which occurred a Everyone enjoyed It very much with pf"t"tslon-J0:40 am.
within! the last 3 weeks. dTii' E A Culmer. pastor and I am sure that they had a
The attempt on the part of some Mrs S Dswklns, reporter happy anniversary.Next Solemn High Mass and accrue
to discuss the problem Sunday School .... tJO Sunday at S we are goingto with procession 10-4f a.m"
parents _..._._ llrofl Solemn Benediction
met with flood of criticism worship : have our Easter program. We Evensong
was a Evening worshlo ....._, ,, 7JC are hoping to have a wonderful of the Blessed Sacrament with
err being working
; Also Monday. procession ':30
on are
program pjn.
the lack ft 'interest in the child
Sunday School was opened by
I going to have a Easter egg boat
and a blunt dtomfosal This decision II I the superintendent Mrs. M. Wor- at S At the Solemn High Mass

l wa baed on evidence not thy After devotion classes took Our pm.r.*tor II| still sick. We are ThontM Thernky III, concert' organist
borne In the f'.f'9frht of an adult their places with their teachers. hoping that he will be much better of Phllidelphia will be the.rut'St
and without we'rhlng' the circum. I II The leon was reviewed by very soon. organist Mr. Thornley wtt
stance'' or conditions underwhlch II Burns One student joined.' sponsored in an organ recital em
the mf' *emean< r occured There I ReY'l ST. PAUL A. M. E. Palm Sunday at the church by
have been rumors that other The Sunday School ts the Saints Ann-Margaret Chapter
Plrf'f1'h.ye I't'' <'f'.f'dtonar! fashion show Raster Sunday at 3 I Mrs Lee Cray reporterRev of the ECW.
treatnvnt If the standards and \ pm The boy and girl ralsinr the I M S. Fayson. pastor
The Northwestern Senior ID.School .
polic4 cf Heir Redeemer are I highest amount of money will be Sunday School ?.,. ..Jt
choir will be
I sp.dMNest
I our
the JMVTH se ether schools of this crowned king and queen.' Morning Worship 11:00: at the Solemn
caterer thy that 1 mean Catholic League .,.?.___ 51)11 Evensongwith
and private their policies Morning worship .was led by Everting Worship _.._ 7 OC: a program of Sacred Millie
next 24 ,
on Sunday April at :M
the pastor Ills. subject was, "WhoIs
mutt mean fair play and justicefor
all This?" One Infant was baptized. The Men's Day program of SL pm Arthur Evans is director ef
Paul corner 4th court and 11th the choir
Literature" cfmeernlng the No. 1 choir furnished music

Cathode faith. to n n.Catholicparents with Mrs. G McFord at the
: and the constant reminder organ and No. 2 ushers served

tf' the eh'Mren who attend
th* *ehe1. that the Catholic Easily anchored n. the around with. the Evening paster Iflh devotion theme' was was led"The by Get out of the rut! Come and see
C'tttf'I"ft, to the only tru Church the pointed onds.Furnished "
Palm of The Vale In the lfaDdL.No.
n"i' He. e.'-fer'r'.' of the Catholic In aluminum' finish.. 2 choir furnished' music with ;
rhv-i l 1, nHnwrllv f""r the teach- Air pap also help to prevent the
at oran -
Miss Phyllis Ferguson HunterWHO
'Inc ,.t rth*>Hc 'frnn and acafWrn'e bottom of your garbage can from and Bishop
...,b e'*ts fo'lTw mar 'fIf1u.nt't'' rusting' out. thereb,.. .Increasing, and A Carey directing Palm
No 1 ushers served' The
the life of .It.
# factor 'n nnte All children
Sunday procession l was wonderful -
Ntm at end the !*ehrw are |sstn Shown below without' can and was enjoyed by all
"rted In ( a'hnelrn! and arearadM KNOWN AS
n"-ord'n! to the amountof Easter SunrW Services will beheld
kn vw!""' 1r'. thev retain' In the at the church; after which PROF. HUNTERFor
r.Mect .M the+r attendance to breakfast will be served.' Donation ,
all of their reWrVnn services All 50 cents The public is In- the past 33 yearsIf

ft th-e, are rMble sluts that r- 4 ytif'd' Visitors are always wel- '
HrVn! I iiPrice you are sick and : h
mnnrmmt naturally T r(<*ne.
can r* *. hly une4err and this the Let us pray for our sick and worried or In trouble
nf fwve ....e..tire trx''' fmt4esrho others this is the place to
h+w4 nn Ittrnu.! afTtfiatirmrhH !
come. Don't stay the 4
"'h. .
re.Re. hi "ur family as TEMPLE BAPTIST t
.***n 11M Ana attend' our rut. Push back the veil 3

bi'"nne' v.1,"....tt regularly Sunday School .._.___....... MO of the lack of understanding .

M* trelVnt ery.te. sehnnlw bevy "_ Morning woshtp ..._.__..... 1100rrru and bad luck 4 yfthat

MPkwfu.n tM.t the "''f.r..rtf"fa ... ... ..... ....... .. s: oEvening
I4F.p 1f. Urrelv upon the worship ...- ................ ,:oc seem to hold you
ahIcrr! ,.q .s. n",1 .." evt-n1 in your track and advance ,, t

'n ." f\f h rittd"" ,. the unJ.,. raster services at Temple forward by the 1 .
,ty k
....-'tnt end ...."' .nt'f' of pmmUe. to be inspiring and spiritually "
tn.A an* evrn-'thetIe"" feeulty' a uplifting The choirs will help of Cod. r ,

V'""a h'a'ter. nMclals "'themo. sing jointly| and appropriate measarra .
r'.M'4' fooM"n.t nt rdun will be delivered.The Your home and everyday

u.w. w.... -nt.e4v1 they w.,.; Only young people led' by Mrs. life can be made
.* -.tl_, Hi4.e.A patfentlvTM A -wboM and Mrs V Strachaa happy. H. will show
."a. .... ...
., "wlfht." $2.79On will- present an interesting Easter -
nlrtife how
'n '''- "-.h'_ ,,,,,.,,. thl program at 9 pjn. you to bypass your
rt_......".., .. .. tire enemies and get the
,.. vreatly an.na..w.e Sale at The choir, under the direction' '
-.. ,. that articl. things that Cod put in the world for you. Let the
.. of R Hepburn and C Ambrose"
T.w.41.... ..,.r.. -A".-'hl h.M. weft/"' )rrf NEWTONSUNDRIES and with Mrs V Strachan at the peace of Cod fill your soul, mind and body then the

.I.4....,.,- ,. ..,..> -...fe.v.., ".H+.Itgy.. organ will reder" special Easter power that Is in you will be awaken and you will be

". .., ..." \el.-' iM..,.-. ''R.'fr.it. ate.'I anthems' at the 7 pm. service. In a higher stale of mind and spirit.
... The candle will
..4441.. enMe.ptt. light procession
..- -- '.'--. .'wi .eft. be a feature Plan to spend the SUNDAY 10i30 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
....... ....-........ and 6320 N.W. 18th Ave. day at Temple.
""' '''''''. I"" Praf H"t.", affka la spin daily. trim tO a ..*. to ff PM..

we-+.e.-' -r.n"./.". M I..'a'p-., h.that ey..4 .. Phone OX 1.7822 Funeral! services for Bro. Robert far ..*..,"9. end .."...Iutlo.. Claaaal all day W.d......'. Praf.la .
OX Uncle
or 1.7257 Bob) Hudson will beheld
ft. ..' .. "..,.,... We Deliver Saturday at 2 pm The body .Ikanaad by 1''ut.. anal Cawnty aa a Rsader.Located .

A ('nnee'n-fIfi Parent will be at the church Friday night at 5417 Southwest 17th St., Hollywood Ha.
I from 943: until funeral time.

FJ.tric"t Rennira One mile east of 7th Ave. or Highway 441, Old

r Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remember .

.. Se.es PROFESSOR HOMES the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., Weat Hollywood,

,. Srnf.ll. A,'nliaaresw Florida.

) Outdoor Li'htincHiFi .&....p Hunter la. aU. Uia taster af The Spiritual' Tarns-la a*

0 and Ster mhonic 1 = Psychic StudioTrue Zion, 1M. sans ...d,.... Visitors waUama. every Sunday ellht,

Sneakers Installed Tao ......

advice save many dollars and y

untold worries. Why go through life ,
.y ,
I unhappy? Bring this ad Til show

t For The Highest in you the way to auccesa. A natural

born true medium.
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! Miami Times Newspaper

I Take bus 14 to door look for hand sign
; Call YUkon 5-5681

I! M4I,"naI 2118 N.W. 62nd St. Ph. OX 1-3012

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Mr. Allen, -. .lilt
A .
c o Fair Realty, .

Our brand new home in Opa
Locka is a dream. We thank you for ?;, ,'t," r r '

making this possible with your kind

efforts. ''

Mr. and Mrs. Fields
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North Miami Beach 795 Close to 163rd St. Shopping Center
n.dl I Y Down


SEE MR. GEORGE THIS SUNDAY 1 to 6 P.M. AT THE CORNER HOUSE, 15200 N.E. 15th CT. 1523 N.E. 152nd ST.


Opa Locka Luxury Homes CBS LIBERTY CITY

Pick your lot to build. Choose your own colors. Put up Brand new CBS bedrooms, 2 baths. Built in oven and
deposit. 3 bedrooms, carporte, Florida room. See models range. Close to school, bus, shopping. Only one mortgage
NW 153rd St. and N.W. 17th Ave., Rainbow Park with $995 down.

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Buy this clean bedroom home. $89 per month. One this furnished bedroom home at 2321 NW 59th St.
Move right In.
One mortgage at $88 monthly.BROWN.
See 3146 N.W. 60th St.
$495 DOWNFor
3.bedroom CBS. 2 old. Custom built. All
years large
small family. Cute bedroom home .Total price only
rooms. High cathedral ceilings. Open this Sunday 1 to 6p.m.
$6,995. One mortgage at 465 month. Liberty City area
See 3322 N.W. 52nd St. $995 down.
75th St. and N.W. 15th Ave.

bedroom home. Close to Shell's Market and N.W. 7th
Ave. Only one mortgage. $17.50 week pays all. City 75th St. and N.W. 14th Ave. Separate carport and
I water. Corner. Jalousied front porch, separate garage. utility room. Shower doors Venetian blinds. Quiet area.
See us to show. No closing.
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