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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00214

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37TH YEAR NO. 37 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1960 TEN CENTS $ SI P \




Oscar Range Dies, School -Board Refti I




From Heart Attack I to Intergrate 3 Schools 1


Oscar L. Range, 43, prominent
mortician and funeral director After a seven-month delay on ,
died suddenly Wednesday mornln -,, the request of six Negro students 4 MEN, 1 WOMAN Jax Atty. in

<. Mr. flange was stricken with, to attend white schools, the Dade
a heart attack while bre fut.I County School Board denied themon ROB 2 STORESA
Ing with baa wife. AthaUc aDd Runoff
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Wednesday' five-member team of armed -
was dead on arrival after being
robbersone of them
a woman
rushed In his ambulance to Jack-' .t4"i" : How soon! before' the openingof stuck up two grocery : For J. P.
son HospitalMr
I school in September a decision stores on NW 14th st. Friday

Range had suffered an \: veill: be- made In the case of the nltfitThe
acute digestive attack on last Ernest D. Jackson, a Jacksonville -
Wednesday night but was up and pupils Is not yet known to Superintendent robbers got about $1.000 attorney, and Mrs. Sarah
around the following day going I I "Jf h \ :: Joe II a 11. It Is re- from Joe's food Center, 478 NW U".anhUe) are In a runoff
about his duties at his funeral" ..w CrtedPreference 17th ft, and Danny' Market, for one of Duval County's posts
lit NW Hth st i
home. for IS Justice' of the peace.
cards Indicating Jce Tang proprietor of Joe's
funeral service will be bed said the woman came In first and four candidates were In the
I their: choke &f schools were sent
Tuesday afternoon 3:30 o'clockby bought some groceries. (raft on Tuesday. Mrs Bryan
Rev S. I* Gay at St James to parents l lest month The re.ta" "When I was adding thft'nC,"i polled. 4.1&0 votes; Jackson 4. 60,
AME Church where Mr. Range'i have not been tabulated butIt Tang said "she disappeared and James' E. IBM 1,560 and Jess
was a member of the Steward. i expected that hundreds of three men were standing there." Waiter 484.Jackson .
Boa rd. ptr/s are asking a change in Two had guns.They .
defeated Mrs. Bryan
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The' body will lie In repose' at told me to hold still and four years ago when the county.
the funeral home beginning at 10 Negroes requesting to attend they took more than $200 and had five J. P. districts The law
am. Monday. i white schools and are refused walked out." crrating five districts was declared .
OSCAR RANGE wPl be able to a*k for a hearing' unconstitutional and the .
Mr Range was a native of % DIM at 41 before the school' board. This Danny Solomon of Danny's county DccnocraOc cunmlUe! ,
Valdosta, Ga. lIe came to MiamiIn Grocery, the second robbery.'
step would not be- necessary' : for nominated Mrs. Bryan to it.
1936 where he married the three sans Patrick a Morehouse the six whose: cases were poItpnnf'd said four men walked In Friday
former Athalie Wllkerson.' He t College senior; Oscar Jr. and this week, since they had night Each bad a gun he said.!

graduated from the New England Gary one daughter. Myrna a a hearing already. Hall said. The store was full of peopl APT. OWNERS
Institute of Embalming>< at Boston junior at Knoxville College. ; hU and one of the
In IMC and went to work for the mother Mrs. Bessie McOeary, a four have asked to go to ful- his pistol guys" was waving
around Solomon
Pharr Funeral Home the same I brother WttHam two sisters lord Elementary, one to North They got between $500 and $1,000 said. SEEK TO DUCK
year. Eddie Mae Range and Theodosla' Miami B In February.. 1953 be and his Evans. one to Jackson JU&? ." he said. my Derring.er. FEESA
wife opened the Range funeralI
me on ISfh ave. and 67th st In -
Circuit
Court suit was filedno

they Uberty purchased City Three the present years funeral ago-;; Georgia Censured For Nurses'IBias I a.erum-nt Wednesday owners by In a the group Ncfro of
home 5727 NW 17th
site at I section to teat a city license ... -

ave.Mr One of the problems posed at After lengthy debate then .. ordinance adopted In 1H*, but
Ranre was active In com- a r. told the convention whfcft was enforced.Ttve .
never
munity life. He was a board the meeting' of the American group adopted a substitute resoilution is In session at Miami Dead
member of Goodwill Industries: Nurses Association on Wednesday that the Georgia unit bet suit on behalf of all owa.
and held membership In the AL1:I was what to do about Oeo '-: : "I am proud that florid was ors was filed by Attorney Vincent
ronquln club, frontiers of gia'2 2J& rt early era. The Georgia I"further encouraged to provide one of the first states to acceptc r GibUn and Marion Slbley to

America Dade County Morticians Association does not accept Negro f membership for all qualified professional I lured nurses and I am ashamed the name cf Abe bchonfcld: whose
Association, and was a life members, and a move was priHMYtics are said to be residential .
member of the NAACP. made to expel It from the national I nurses." I I that my state has moved to defer and maaafed by a collectiea

lie Is survived by hi* widow. body. Edieth ConneD of Wlndermere, ." agency that collect' rent and provides
maintenance. The' suit said
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the ordinance is not applicable ton

I NEGRO ELECTION CLERKS SERVE IN PRECINCTS HERE I .s prt'lW'f11.


2 SHOT TO DEATHIN


: a JAX CABThe

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Ulw of two Negroes
wire frond l Ifl a taxkab in Jack-
c nvi.le on Wednesday in what
'"iice bettved was a double murder -


John WeJe Lemon n, and

j' Thcj : in the front seat of a Ltn.
t c'j.n Crfb Co car with bullets in
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t. ..7 heada Rubinson died. soon
: after he was taken to the Duval
; Mrdtral Center

The cab was parked to th*
t _- r Kiddle ut IL* sued at IDa W.
-r 10. st The police are making aa
tlL : : Jnvrstijatkia.

II I' f t NOT COURT PAPEALS


POWELL URGES


: PROTESTMOVEMENTS


J yh.r f I

c Itrp. Adam Clayton Powell .to
1 reported J to haft bitterly crttte-
cd the NAACP and some Northern
liberals for their roLl la the
f\l J rights fight during a spat I
before the Whig43eoaopaic& J
C1t.y cf Princeton University .

nL a Poet!! said the"paternalitle .
tab at- .
ttud4f': toward Negroes. while 'J
the NAACP la "mlNd down te h
0 fvirt PpeaU". Instead of 14
apon.He
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-. sarng vigorous Negro protests
movement.. I"
Voting precincts la Miami bad Top left are five inspectors attending keep the books under the supervision G:iowsy Jccea.
Precinct 75 In the cafeteria of praised the ait-la dctaontraUors : -
look on Tuesday, the primary of Mm Agnes McCoy
a new voting machines at precinct I Orchard Villa School U pictured who h. said are sick of t
74 .
time left shows
tbe !first Bottom precinct
election for
.
bottom Mrs.
at right Marguar.ite court battles, congressional talk
served election dark 9 at North Dade School: la at Uberty Square Auditoriumunder I
Negroes M I Everhart was la chsjga- and the "oonUoutd lUHoeaa p|
aDd inspectors Opt Lodkm. At the xijbt clerk, direction of Mrs. Blanch Pbotoc by Johosoa ol MlaaaL the White HOUM." i



which was held at the
I cess
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I Alphas Observe Inter-Continental .1 Club on April 28. The Fash<
I parade presented by the cl
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1960 Education and I Look at FashionsThere members, Mrs. Mildred Monroe]

WeekBeta I will be a Frappe Sip and stole the spotlight. The model i .!
I Citizenship I, an Inter-Continental Look at both male and female, were!
Fashions Sunday May 8 from 4 beautifully attired and the club I
Mt. Tabor to Present Mrs. Jackson Beta Lambda Chapter of to 6 p-m. at the home of Rev. and wishes to thank them for their
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. Inc. Mrs. I. C. Mfckins 5814 NW 18th appearance and cooperation.
will observe Education and Citizenship ave. I I The next meeting of the club!
B .r Week May 9-13. Theme: This gala affair was originally will be held on May 9. It wfll beat
Today's Youth jn Tomorrow's scheduled' for April 24, but had the bane of Mrs. Ada Clinch.
World. to be postponed due to the Inclement 12445 NW 15 th St, Opa Locks
The speaker for the occasion weather. .
_. ef the mon prom-I
-- This Is one I
.. '''n* fashion events of the sea- Loyal 59ers Teai
.
miss it.
I on.: You cant afford to
.Y, This affair is being given In:i I Loyal 59eri present th.r;
'ntrrest of Woman's Day at the First Annual Hair Style FashIon -
Mt Olivette Baptist Church. Show and Musical Tea, Sun.day. .
May 13.iWheatley. May, 8 from 4-7 pjn. at Libertr -
.i Square Auditorium. 6306
i I Club NW 14th ave. Donation 50 cents

( Says Thanks Florence Allen, president; M,
I II. Smith secretary; Geraldine
The Phyllis Wheatiey Art and Allen chairman. M7
Social Club wishes to thank the
ID.F many friend, clubs and others
L M who made their annual Fashion'I Drive Careful!
Show and banquet a huge suc

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Was $39.95 Now at Only $14.95Powerful

rr Dynamic Speaker-Makes a Wonderful Gift

With free battery carrying east and Magnetic Earphone

Complete line of TV's and R.dloo--At low price.

Low Repair" PricesSOOTIN'S
Jam':
I wi;: be Atty Matthews a TV
local attorney Atty Matthews
wi: dl'cuss the student body of 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-15S9

the various high schools in the ..A.. IHI __ .. ... _
aunty .
Atty Matthews .y a native of
Tallahassee. He is a graduate of
FAMU high holds the B S. de-

r. 0 free Mechanical from Florida University Agriculturaland and STAR MEAT MARKET

the I.L.Bl. decree from the FAMU
eMusic
law school.
He h a member' of the Florida 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
..-r' .IiwI'fu Bar Association In November, *
I9M. the Supreme Court admit. *se.
lovers of Maim will have trd him to cractlce in all of the
i
the rare opportunity of hearing 50% SAVINGQuality state courts. He Is also an activemrmbtr THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
Mrs. Berth Sharpe Jackson In Beta Beta Lambda
rich mee-' concert at tore Northwestern printing wholesale. the Surburban Com muni- .
Senior High School auditorium 3 Hero .,.. Ju+t a few .f e ir low Pies tmpt'O'YCJ'1\f'ftt' Association
pm. Sunday. May 29. print: Inc. and the Opa Locks Negro

Youth Foundation. Fresh Me t.Low Prices
Mrs. Jackson is a native Mlatnlan Business cards low aa Hr served' three years In the
member of a pioneer $1.a5 for 1,000 military service with the Second
family of Dade County which has Envelop low aa Armored' Division In Europe.
contributed much to the civic $'.45 for 1.000 He Is married to the farmer
religious and cultural progress of Saleobooka 'low as Miss HarH. Williams of Orlando
the community.After ",$0 for 100 The couple resides in Opa Locka
Bookmatch. Uw aa Atty Matthews Is pmrentlyrngarrd
graduation from Dorsey,
llilh School she matriculated' at llt.SO for 2.500 books 'In the practice" of law in PROFESSOR HOMES
C o I 1 e g.,II IIJHothunf'Cookman Notehada. low aa Opa Lnrka with offices In the
15 45 for 1.000
Bunche" Park Centerumtrs
where she received' her B. S. degree Shopping
Calendar 'low aa .
StudioTrue
In music. While In collect Psychic
*...& for 100
Mrs. Jackson Mss a featured so.1
Ball point pens low a*
I
loist in the fanned BcthuneCookman -
M.9S for 100
College Choir which toured TOOTH
a part of the Central States Wo have over BOO low prieoo ACNE I'.s. C I advice save many dollar and
and the Atlantic Coastal Slate '
from Florida to Canada giving Call your odvortUIng opoclaltU' t. rpM YM. untold worries. Why go through life
concerto In most of the principal MrWaLE
cities. Wherever Mrs Sharpe Sammy, FR J-4J55 ajRA4EL. unhappy? Bring this ad I'll show
Jackson feat sung she has been For Freo Information&
roundly proclaimed as having a M30 you the way to success A natural
voinof unusual) quality and

beauty. born true medium.

),It. Tabor it fortunate in having
COT-JMTE STOREThe
the opportunity of sharing with
fellow Miamians this rich musical Take bus 14 to door, look for hand sign
J expc-riflW"f.:" Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
2118 N.W. 62nd St. Ph. OX 1-3012
Mrs. Jackson U currently' employed 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376The
as a teacher at the Liberty -
City Elementary School. This
employ, together with her dutiesof finest products at Cut Rate Prices

wife and mother of two children Dro.*,ln, .I, 1.M Cashmer Bouquet
has So restricted' her musical Pvrsula' Hair Lotlo".2'1 [Would you like to earn $1,000 more this
activities that Miamians have Madam Watksr
ass Took ... .. 1.41 I.U
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rarely had the privilege of hearing Ointm.nt ._ .10
her beautiful yoke. Pooners Bergament Swamp Root ...- .tt US year?

Hair Dressing .*. Father John _..... .78 1.1'
Mrs., Sylvia E. RoUe', her accompanist Long.aid Hair. Cartful ........_.._._.. 1.Dressing BECOME A
is also a graduate of .._._ 1.00 Syrup of Black Draught Jff
Bfothunt'.Cu..k..n
ColkJf& holding
a degree of B S. in music. She OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY I A.... to 10 P.M. IT
was concert pianist during most JOHN A. MeMINN. Owner i r Nightingale Graduate
of &e rears that Mrs. Jackson
was featured" soloist with the -.- .........
college choir Mrs. Rolle is a EARN JOB PRESTIGE
music counsellor in the Dade f.

County School system. EARN
MORE MONEY
Admission, to this concert Is FREE f
adults 100. children 50 cents.' I EARN JOB SECURITY

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Six students who haTe ppHed
for admiMtoc to white acbools .2 ACRE
and hare been waitlai seven
Office at 1112 N.W. TWr Avt. Miami I.rtdaP"'MWI month for an matrrer received It
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t. SIGItMUND REEVES Idltv ',apin.
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Oar coetSMtfitjr VM sd tt tikeMWI
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THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK corcaeaity wffl zo h&a. I

TUESDAY'S ELECTION O!: Mendtj Dr. R. L. Jobs eftfee a' vvv

The Primary came off on Tuesday when 1.C*>.a.931 ter Unirerrity with Dade of Cermty Florida Sesoo meetostlteed -1

F1oritHa went to the polls and cast their votes for the Board a plan to r\"e ma-

offke arf p naor and state, cwintjr and city officials. dees two dears of c Hefe work

The ballot in Dade the longest we have bd renth school fradattioB.
Covntj was Under the plan the seheoai 'would
,een, and aaajr voters fov&d it difficult to read the be 11 me1tM. te*ehers vC! be $1000Dowa
small jwwt o. it paid far 12 nxeth
At tfee tef was the $46.&60.960 bend! iae. It was Vacatioas irould be Crea creeks
: Aucsst 8M ta S( e I .
voted ap e farorablv ky a majority of 25.690 votes. Now at Cte4aa and eee at F
work will po .. with the expressway roads bridgesand Tbere win be 250 aehoo M"
other ioiproveraeBts.The f.r tiegieatary aad tilts ,eb
rtadestt T>e se eel r4.r.t
race for jrovenw's offke wa# quite teteretinrFarri take the 9a oaer! """ t HAMPTON COLLIER

Brya t of Ocafe and Dofie CarlUfi of Wancbtti -

potltoir 1?*.&!* a.4 177.94 re etiveiy.. *t intr Arte The.s le eT-A r =Bar'>eriea! Kf'S'Trtre'Sflrte 4yyetideet. .

: the ntnog OR May 24lk.Otfcer Dr et' W! yt+* toPertAoPrteee ACRES

kirk e* 4Mt.* were: HaH Ban. Mayor b see' eLe o'k' Ca. 64 m
sad Cape 1etien.
of Jako0rUfe with 19.175 1IMH. Job MeCarty 113. HaJti THe rroup .r!?! I?e to In Collier
419. Fred Dkkttoa 111.14 and Td David 79.1S9 Y'OtIM. Utam: ae TVatMaT rren" !lf led Booming
... b* awvaj af rS* Nor Tsae .
Mayor liana nwute a rood rwa a4 _rat kave bee tIn
br .cfaf fa tfeeSar
Bute a at !
the ntaoff. but the NVjnw* of JackwMiviDe voted JMe Hoet before IeeYst fan County
arai. t kltji Ie to 1. aad no doubt Xegro* in Dade their derc_dftiP

C...tr and etrewk.re did not store kirn awcfa support.Tke .
!. lt_ DJ.hr, :! ..ftt 2nd SECSION GOING
roa: Mr Born 1 led the atove to sell the! two ifce C.tsers 'tr cn.R4dr? e!'ee"u
Jaek onvilte ,mankip! course* rather tam to obey a 4* 1WW !.4e i' hd r.ststpr treed
!' e !:w sw4. vtia to 'we!
federal court order to integrate tkeoa.Tkere .
r lttke :+nr. eerkf 1 sraYe
M power in the ballot if a*ed wren y. I j the ,.% e.MI.f FAST
The followiop. candidate tke rtee x > > abffry the ape "f
svpoorted by MUarf
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Tim** were wum.r. : Ray E. Greea C.i $reN*r: Rkk- Best a f.Ha sod r'MN> fi-rr ei'
aid! Gerste4n. 5tl* Attorney: Ed Larson.' Treasurer.Jnd I t.. L e eat, s.d "'!" i,.

e: H...m. \\.i1IaN. Pat -. Va... G*.r?e .(lie nffaR ata PaVa9. 18t4i.

OkeH l f+e* into tke r...... v.er.: 'II W belt tit .. ftQ1I"1iee = =
Metro ConuniMton: Jack BMk1l' t Mo Harmoc. ..- "( t( w.It !
$3'I4 a e.-.4s Sltl! e ".
Gene DvBriel J in roSckool .
Board: Mrs. Anna-Brenne-r Myers. Jack

Gordon in ra-=. AME Laymen Meet Otut

For the nrK time in De C..... NVrrrp*'jw re IE At South Miami
ckarr precincte. At Liberty mare \ucUeon.. Pre- it S'UIt 11'111g $t
se L' prlsr e! e.f the -
chief 74 : Own*** Villa Scnool. 75 and Nor Dade Jr. 1i Dirrie 4e4 "t, !etu.'as -8
High Sdiooi. 9. !!wr -. ret! e eo 8 8
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RANGE I a0r, v-, M .,.. teualslst 8M i V23 4 6
lilia ease -ndtnly to Ocr Raroge sIt Wtd.ce- Te4lvax.
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day R Mr B n e a ame of Va1i...... Ge.rria. ..
++sea e wr !, d 's ,
hu lived ill ***** *** !,I '****. lie 1FW a y ipisii r+lrpttrel ,ant ,,. :1r ,..........", CPT of Ss c w
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A gte .ahe vi tie S.... trg4+..a.t, 1.wtae el ...S ... l'a' 1IL ])11 tl.. P.wYe snit
b&.e. 'part Ma: of tkPkAfr .t Pbar 3e x: $ I 8 $ 8w
Fba a1 H... a 1I4 i ti! hrs r"l"tIirM. M Na ie ... r!II- fns *. tIt .. .. ;: .. .w ..
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tinned with Franci Pct .. r
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!!I.t W w.nt into bttnn for kiwi l at 6 7tk ataret an4 Ilea .......- .. v." LOT LOT LOT LOTiLOT LOT
Avvs e. fov..,.r tyke .bwnt I -
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Aveatlr nMkinr tfci* fnn.ral ko M oe of the kar* in 'v .- .1o. .lrrr 'If b.e swwtMreaaa.i S1 EFT 55TEE1 t 6 ,k T
the state. ..., slr vie" tre .bii..L
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Oscar e..; WAS an astute bnunej aun. He wxobliri -. .

... kin4hened and geaerotM. Me was ai*. active -' '!II ........ '" .. 8, 8.. 9. 8 !
IB tke rettfioajs, civic. *oHU. and potttieal Hfe of ib* e edrwx.. .
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the death of )lr. r...;.. Miami bas lo t one of \t.. .bMt rb el tie ..... LOT LOT LOT iLOT LOT LOT

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Apartments fO Get M Amr. future population will crow to 4 million.

Thu are can not grow to the Eaat. To the north and

Om Status south, it can rot ab.orb 4 million new rea dent.. It,

1-2-3 Bedroom ApU tlw EOff. MUST CROW WEST. It ia rood sense to
iN rrnA 1MC"X BUY LAND
--.. r ......e .... Oft. ) CHEAP and SELL HICH. This area has
va So. SANDY
.-.". ..... ,... ...: MARL SOIL The average elevation is 12 fL
MODERN IN EVERY WAY -. "- .. .- ,,.... '
The
I "-'<< .- .. COLDL' DAY for .land
..,.....4. i.....Peo.e .... .i. ..." q AHEAD! YOUR LAST CHANCE-BEST opportunities u just

Very Reasonable Rate .... .7 s tee..." 1.s's that n.t si.a P"." IN 10 YEARS. LAND BUY

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HEART OF LIBERTY "a. ..... ...... .
CITY ,
Loser fill
Vanliaas! HAMPTON
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E Bonus System Now Tme' 'w GIs! R wtir RBe se .m.. R..sies .

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Bomta, OX 1-7611 ,: tift aM Tea.... A 0.... 195 N.W. 14th St. it 3-J72S

&&aII +*d 'tie Alta n. P4sad -In the Barber
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLbkitJA to accept the challenge Issued by
the Pick Foundation to match th*
SATURDAY MAY 7 1960 PAGE 5
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gift that it has promised.
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CHRISTIAN HOSPITAL OBSERVES Any person with uaptid

and all who wih
plods persona
NATIONAL HOSPITAL WEEK to contribute toward the provision .

of rood hospital er lcea
l The theme of National Hosu $1.00 from each Najro in greater for themselves should send their
I .'.: Week this year-the hot. Miami would pnrvwe the hospital I. donations to the hospital. Checks
II 'amany bangs and many with enough money to and money orders should be made
ik .3' serves to remind us liquidate the existlar mortgage of payable to the Christian Ifovital

I ,,1 _a t hospital are people the $167,000. I I I 8u.JdiDl Fund. All contributions
.e who are patients, and the It would be chaoeful: if the,I will be immediately asknowkd-
octi....atcd petvle, who dare for citizens of the area would refuse ged."
.,m0 matter how large and ,
;press.ve a hospital building nor
:_, ''ex how various and complied
rd the equipment, there can
a w. n> hasp.tail: care without thee
:;: tj perform the task to
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School auditorium during the -- -..- .. "opcratinj: team" In one of the two fully equipped

recular weekly assembly period I operating room at Christian Hospital The hospital
with Barbara Bush vice presi Broward '
dent of BTMHs FTA Club presiding (U equipped throughout with the most modern medical,

was the setting on Thun.I County equipment and furnishings. The activity depicted in the

day, April 14 at 9-45 ajn. for the Tto q.toaaoa above by John picture above Li typical of the wrvicex available at the

annual oratorical contest' for Future Newsy ; C .'u..more, administralr ofc hospital twenty.four hours each day.
Teachers of America spon- ,:_l.zn Hotpital, sets the basic
sired' by Alpha Delta Chapter of .y c',nit: of National Hiptal Wait ---- ---
the National Sorority of Phi Delta MJJ I.U, observed by the moreL '
Kappa Mrs. Lemtnie W. Mitchell B... in 8uuu bt.i>iUIs in the Unitc4 -
chairman. '.atal.

..-.. --- ....... --I d u particularly. filling that '
Seniors of three high sehoo4sgave I
use A si pay U National Hospitalwnk s,
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their views about the theme i l>r Eugene I:. C-raUan, MJMAS >.
ub-I
a Ute came day that
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-Why 1 Want to be a Teaeher." aomuted U the staff of Memufial 1' I .
<'M*Y\td a* MtMh.r's Day, fur more J
to a very appreciative audience.' HUHMUI' a few weeks ago
pan JM iwtceut of all birth .
oc.u
Awards given by basileus LeilaR. <.c prate ant Negro phyici-k 1 toM I II
in fttMtiUlf.Chrw.ua
William: Third pie of $10 to acwat,..... lie oiaohar&vd hi1utt t < I
Eula Mae Curry of Northwestern p.tu.BIueda", May 2. ,| U *ptul is JulDn,1
arcund prize of $%$ to Frances: UH country in ot rvlag NatioaRtMUts -
Young of North Dade and Ant Mrs., J'I..eaat DUI ot eu6 NW I Ia. bb&th utcwr throughout I I
priae cf $SO to Patricia D. Worthy .. ave, HalUndale ceAUwaUd .. "uep& al *vi'k. Tfci year's

of Booker T. W&shlncton HifhSchool. '..c toauwtoy at !par bone, buu- tamest "Tn0 HucpiUi-many
AU contestants received' **>, May 1 ...1"cor rHattvosat h.n.hr aM man, wulk" rmphaI -
certificates for meritorious ora I..... 'needs. I ..* .k re.. wl hospital prraunIIMN -
tory.Judcea. I! in Ilk paUvAt's rrouvery
\.*....uai rfcfMtai like more ; ;
supplied by Dr. C. Kay. bYadey aI\elIWUD 3.JU the than half wf for 8.WO hospitals in
mond Van Dusen. chairman of. 31.w.ra 0..y pee+gram w..Itt be *t thr Uaitod Mates, "a vwinntary,
the speech department University Central Baptist. Church, West no n-t raid bfcHMtai ChriaUan is
of Miami.., were Jack Bemen, ......j"weMl Tar ...ke'r will beNvwlioed directed u) a governing buard of
associate professor of speech: ..,,,,,,,,v..g graduate wf .un.muiuty leaflets who serve
d\alnMn..I1&I Carol Sarasohn. .1AUlitue Male eu Ue&e, who A.i.iuut pay and accept the final
Mrs Sheiia Golden Peter Up- cac..tll fcr hi* *o>j n, MBc- tM4M4uijty for Ute operation oft I,
man Mrs. Gerakimr Bukard. and levity Great Man U a We- :..' htMtMial They appoint the I
John VUlieaac. I..M o. Mr*. ChrwUfta Iaim uutubrrs ut tike medial) staff to
W ooftord as the -guwIwc i Atuft they delegate. rswnatblU.
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The Mary McLeod Bethune the Uy" Saute will be d 4uC I II t> fur providiag" high quality
FTA Club of DTW, Mrs. Mayae. I .WIM| Vu, aU MMhr H..aM r.ate Htr toi core, they appoint the I i
E. WilMains. sponsor.:.presented a MIM AaWruw Stra.st* Miss I administrator, to whom they dele
beautiful orchid to .ALra. Leila R.I Marnoa WILiasas. )1,.. VtvtaASM sj.lr rr HMti iuty fur the eftf'(.
WiMiamc and sang their lovely t C wrk .! H v. 11 J. Clark. i.vc .od rffscwM maaafvmeat of
FTA senla appreciation for con.Unuous AC h-. ui. Troy meet regularly -
musical services render RanahesE.Mfa to rvvMMr and set upon the
'
ed by the able chorus under her The 1TA fil Catvvt. his|iatal's! pfufrwn and polkie,
dirtcuca <*ry will .-*.t s.xt Wed- ,
in behalf
of their dub. and ctaboatc atMiUoaal hours on
SMSJSM May 11 at 8 pan. '
Mtoy ,
... rf Uw board
cutwnitt assifn-
Among the visitors In attendance A.. paj.siu are iswUwd Mn.Susie f
and
4 sal prob.
were Mrs, Maher M. Wiley, Dasris. mat, Mrs. E. 1 un % pruJee4
sponsor of Northwestern FTA MUM, ........" -m*
Club Clifford R Matthews, Oar..han H4Mpttai u not own-
sponsor of North Dade FTA The Suulft Bfwwafd Qty-wide t d b> arty tadividual or croup of
Club; and Mrs lena Dukes. Ta- M..*.oe Uawn will ceiehrate ttt ndiVMtu*!*. but by the citizenry
miouchoB of Alpha Delta chapter. bib .sm.v rary May 8. 3 p-m. I vi greater Miami Like all vohinry. Q.11FIt'1 I do //tillitlluIl
at Now Macydoata' B ptitCfturch. :* non-pruMt hucpttal'*, Gbrist -
Alpha Delta extends sincere ;2 Q1 8W 48 appreciation to everyone who .a Muraa, will be the spw4i,( wiUtngncM <,f the community to .. .
helped to make this contest sue. Mrs Mssjtioca Tuc .... pr.*id et; I.I'OYMk funds fur plant and
cessfuL A O Htasjcnoa. reporter MjuitMiwfi! a.>otdan..re is no CLKAN..CLKAXf I
I muff fMTiiucKMM exprrarten of P
Reading from left to right:
civic responstb tUty than the per.
MIa tJ' r>JIa Mae Curry, Frances Funeral l frrrvtmw fader Mr*. FloraF" member in A.
Young and Patricia D. Worthy *.. will lie bW Saturday. Ueifiation the corm tanitr by every in the provision: ofa WE MEAN THAT THE ssr tuo
Standing Sorors Leila R williams May! 7 at Gth fowl ekes hcM iU) for those in CRISPEST, BRIGHTEST GIN ra"r
Lemmie Chjrvh in Wwt Hollywood the
W. Mitchell looaDukcc coed at lwapttal J care"Mr
and Hazel S. Simmons.: Hrv wish Clerk offieteUag 'N TONIC UNDER THE SUN IS ..,
Fullewe made reference to
rwvr, cvcy r'.xa the additional rift of $10.000 MADE WITH ClEAN.TASTING

rENROLL fom the Albert Pick foundationof FUISCHMANN'S GIN .
\ NOW IN Chicago. The receipt>> of this

gift by the hospital Is contingent 0" 4/5 or.BTIUI 4
I SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL upon the citizens 'f Miami raising .
an addUoaal $10,000 knraediat -
Profession : not IllteAI QUI. si naef nr rusty** wu, t1? in rw en
i For a Life Long iy.
While U* potential of $20.000 isoaly

q Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School ) a i..ia'l port.on of the com- - -- --- -
raw q'. share during the coming ..-._ .- ...
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1 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4.9998 mocks will actually insure the
rtcel of a gift which would bctherwite
->",,. ..,.. unavailable to us. OnlyDoctor't BAHAMA ACREAGE WANTED

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Large tracts wanted on any far outer Island, beachfront ) ,t
Highland 4-2089 foe Consultation DilemmaThe
not required. Write details of price, location,
Ladles Auxiliary to the
SOUTHERN CLINIC
Dade County Academy of Medicine
description etc. toiMAGNUSON
physical ,
Urinary and Chronic Diseases will present "Doctor's JM-
kmma", Sunday, May 13. 7 pm.
Havre 10-4 2847 CORAL WAY at 1720 NW 'Jeth ft. A benefit for PROPERTIESP.
the Christian HotpkaL Minimum
Cv*. by Apt. (Near 27th Ave.) donation will be Advance $130, O. Box 4361, Miami 1, Florida
at the door 175. Fletcher Pas. M14I
Chad Wed. Bus N*. 4 U door
chaps Ail-Stan will be featured.
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TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA CLOWNS ATSTADIUM sons; U 1 7 a a e. -rwo-W.-
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Greene ambidextrous trarltac ,see.
PACE 6 SATURDAY MAY 7 1960 who cavcrts eo fbe eraoad ...
SUN.
during the hilarious: rock' V roll

........ --- ..... dance and shadonrball act;
A host of baseball talent is among others..
headed for Miami Stadium when
Along Freedom's Road ti the barnstorming Indianapolis The game Is betaff .poetorad.
Clowns] bring their fabulous ball by the Miami .Beaevoteat
club and fcmshow extravagant I Association. 'I'kttm1.:11 tor-
--- By RUTH PERRY to town on Sunday afternoon for adults and 50 cent for children.

_..., rFreoedom-.. '-" a 230 jwn. appearance againstthe
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New York Royal
of residence is a basic aided private housing as well u The big attraction will be topnotch -
freedom in any democratic f redevelopment and public projects baseball rock 'n roll dance, BARGAIN IN
society. However, it is a freedom I chadcrwball:: exhibition and aide-
M hich has been widely denied to I line stunts that are .sure to keep LADIESSHOES
Negroes and members of other I NAACP ACTION the most serious sports spectatorin
racial nationality and religious hysterics.:
When and appropriate
I necessary
miDor1U One of the goals of
the
NAACP will institute
the NAACP is to establish firmly Aboard this season's merriment -
i legal action to ban discrimination
this freedom through the abolition section are The Great Yogi, CANCELLATIONSAND
in housing Meanwhile, the Wash.
player-contorUon1st bends
of the which who
ghettos now I
ingttn Bureau of the NAACP will
deface many American cities. himself: into pretzel shapes and
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continue to seek' inclusion of nondiscrimination bounds around the diamond like, SECONDS

DISCRIMINATION IN clauses in all housing ft frog; Natureboy Williams, regular -
HOUSINGIn ; bills and appropriations. On : first whose
baseman natu-t
561 N.W. 29th St.
I the state and local levels, I
his
Holding trophy for
won
the pamphlet called Tar.o I NAACP branches also continue to forget
month of March is Earl Edge
jet for 13," the NAACP discusses seek enactment: of legislation
NW 68th St. league prospect for several sea
the housing problem as banning diicrimination..
"The the To Mrs Gertrude winter -- ---
loixrwK legal props of achieve equal opportunity In McCoy, a
ghetto system have already been I housing requires also an educational visitor in Miami from Pittsburgh I
unoerauned by court decisions job Involving extensive research Pa., has presented to the .=
stcurea tnrough action of the', investigation into the possibilities Sunshine State Duplicate Bridge
tistACP lgal Department The in the field of noo-dia. Club this beautiful trophy to be
-1U.t'G States Supreme Court has criminatory cooperative housing: awarded to the player each
NoN that Regulation to restrict publicizing: numerous Instances of month holding the highest cumber FACTORYYOU
resioenc upon. the basis vf race successful integration in bousing of matched points. Any member -
is unconstitutional and that priv.ac and refutation with fact and fig I. i* eiljibie. to win. The PT- ,
agreements among ownersof urea of the worn-out charge that son winning three months out of
property not to sell property toiroiis Negro occupancy means depreciation the year will keep the trophy and
because of their race may of property." his name will be engraved.
not be enforced by federal or .I The trophy was won by William wc
state carts or administrative Celebrates 63rd Brown of 55th st. for April.;
I
agencies.
The Sunshine State Djplkate

Despite these ruling, discrimination Birthday :'Bridge Club is always open to _
in housing. remains one of J i new m nberi. Th* aim of t h a
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the must difficult problems facing I I club to to promote Duplicate
Aegrov* today Activities of 4 I Contract Bridge The group t.
the NAACP have resulted in theenactment meets each Monday at 8 pan. at'
of laws in. New York the YWCA. Classes for beginnersare
sssanusetts. No* Jersey and held Wednesdays at the*
Oonnecucut banning racial da- YWCA.
crimination in housing in public w.S Anyone interested may coo- fib h eke ke
housing Ohio and Michigan also tact either organization. e.s TIIa b ale t...
have ruled that such cr1mina. I Relax and play bridge with the I WA .iesaas'a eve Pisa. TM
Lion is illegal. In some communities Sunshine State Duplicate Bridge, !W4 M t1./ 1es1

inier-racul occupancy. of Club of Miaonll dub In I IL rT1lHJulTijlc1o.I
puibucly-iinancvd housing has Florida affiliated with the Amer. M Mee Mtee chlasi
been Mxured blbe NAACP kan Bridge Association our I adsass/ /en ./
through consultation with federal national bridge organization.'I 1 / : M e.4 .less

and kcal housing authorities Your membership will help the;' A ,
new Miami unit grow.
SLUM CLEARANCE j I -1
ss/4.-oMnwlw.
Boy Wounds
Slum Clearance is an unvortant
phase of the government's housing BrotherA I .l'"br Leariswjetlye

program. Uccause of low income / er T.e.r. .
and exclusion from better
neighborhoods, there has been a 10-fncnth-old boy shot in t4;
diaproporutnate concentration of .,v the head by 5-year-old bro.
3 they in
was
critical conditionat
Negro families in the fi" m. i Jackson
Some of these families have found i_ Hospital.Detectives
0
now shelter in public low rent identified the infantas
housing projects. But many have Mrs, Caroline Ward an ardent 72nd John Broomfleld of 1341 NW W5CAYNE FUROTURE MFG. CO.
been fvtixU to wow fiutu siuiu c f tier and member of Greater st The bullet entered his
sites with no provision mad by Bethel AMZ Church Is celebrating chest left eye and went down into the 3662 H.W. 49th ST. HI 3-3116

authorities for rehousing them. her 63rd birthday on May ,. The brother .. MaY..s gaI ..t MMftAY _..
Ttes results in aggravation of At the present time Mrs, Ward is Sonny was play a1Ra.aR as1PMi BiTII
inc with loaded
a .22 caliber
skim conditions elsewhere in thecommunity attending the General Confer
: In city after city in j once of the AME Church which rifle when it went oft There had
been
prowlers in
the North &oJ convening in Los Angeles. the neighbor
well
as U in the South hood few
a days before and the
Negro families have been forced |I Mrs. Ward being very active: father had loaded the rifle.
out of Uiwr homes to make way m religious, civic and fraternal -j
for new housing or other faciLLi
rganizations. is pushing, her pas
ties from which they are exclud- tor the lion. Rev. S. A. Cousin
vd lkxrau For The Highest in
of th.pracUca
in his aspiration for the bishopric
him! clearance has become
fcrmwn in many instances as Mrs Ward takes this method COSMETICS
"Negro clearance" to thank her many friends and AIM

This problem has become so the many oranizaUon.bo Miami Times
acute that President Eisenhower helped to make this trip possible. NewspaperCall
took note of it in his housing She is pinning special orchids on YUkon 3.5681
message. to the Congress on January the members of the P. H. Fekfcr
25. 1954 The Resident said Board of Greater Bethel of 'wt tw'ticc.rctic

"It must be frankly and honestly itch she is president :,c..cy, ycy r.'k1 NOW !
acknowledged, that
many members -
,... ,
of minority groups regardless or v"/ -. #
of their income or their economic -
CONSOLIDATE
status have had the least, YOUR
BILLS
(pportun.'.t7 of all our citizens to Wt Rtflnanc Your RECORDSALE
acquire: within tr-c'r! means,
good and well-located housing." MortgagesNo .a i.bulws il..le ner.A.ra N..utlsiiwid.

In private housing, and most Payments Until March 1 r.sid..tesod tewrlsts baoni.ws
people< still live in privately. No Balloon...-.r as (low as .I
owned dwvUings, little headway $1.000 S15 Month t r .cc.mmd.ei.M N eulep Crelrkiuai
has been made in breaking down 12.000 12* Month [ .ceQAtlv.u.ot; Swld.y,

residential segregation However, 13,000 $40 M nth I
the NAACP will continue and MIAMI NATIONAL $3.98 Albums $2.98
Intensify its efforts i.> have pub. MORTGAGEFR I r POST TIME

be assistance withdrawn from any 3-5446 JE 2-2622 $4.98 Albums
housing. development which restricts $3.88 800PM
occupancy upon the basis Mtmfetr Chamber .f I
of race color religion or national CommerceLAMOUNT $5.98 Albums $4.29
origin. This inc udcs nlAI M

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I MOTHER'S DAY. Ann Jarvis day for lo weeks and released-- I Y' ir'1i

ct Philadelphia loved her mother each nljht His undertaking business -,
90 much that she wanted all was destroyed His l.fe was
men. women and children to pay threatened. .I I
tribute by act and words that In 1950 Mr. Solomon was an

would in some measure convince' elected delegate to the National : !
their mothers of their love Republican Convention. The Fla. I

. and appreciation.As detonation attempted to charge .. I
a visual token, Anna Jar his vote without his consent He \
vii chose a "Say It With Flow- was'" successful in being recognized
ers" celebration because both she from the floor, and in calm '
and her mother understood the decisive' language prevented' the ;;j

heavenly message of flowers and change. His statement were car J .
so she took her thoughts and ried around the world by radio I

plans to John Wanamaker, Sam and the press. He Immediately 8. LOUISE' ROLLE
uel S. Pcnnock. Charles Henry became an international political I
f nThe aftermath such The Hattie C. Dandrige Grand
Fox E. A. Van Vafcenber. Edward was of
Bok. Cyrus It. K. Curtis that polio protection' was required Guild II. I. C. held Its 7th annual

and other kindly and Interested to protect his well being.In grand conclave" at Masonic

tenons who knew her and who many circle It is ienefally Temple. 410 Broad St, Jackson
vi:ion April 16 thru iff B.
the of her writn
helped in perfecting believed that Adam Clayton
LAite Kolle." the Grand Prince
plan. Powell Martin Luther King and -
**, pmuding. Sir Rudolph Orad-
others in the for civil
Notwithstanding the prominence quest Icy. the Grand Royal Advisor andC
aided rights, received renewed vigor to H iri
of the people who Henry grand master.HOSPITAL .
press>> on and on and en.
Anna Jarvls, 1took annalJUri
This salute Mr.
corner
you
10 or more, from her first
Sam B Solomon for NniftdalHdfor.tIp
proposal cf Mother's Day before GETS
( your keen acumen in
it became a day of national
,
kllfully helping to bridge
voting SUPPORT FROM
,i observance. The Mother's Day
privilege taps for Negroes' in Miami '
Act was passed by both branches FAR EAST w
wfeerrfey all are able to vote
of our national Congress and approved without mote1aUens and In digrrity I I
I by President Woodrow l
!: Mr Garth Rfl'Vt'I'ei..O
I Wilson on May S. 1914. The bill '
authorized the President to .Is.. I
I I understanding" and stood by Mr. I M.aii. Florida
sue a proclamation calling upon oc.wrwi OUt Lonnie Dear
were Mundy. Mr Rf't"W'IwC'oftcrltuatuftll.
all government officials to dis.lay -
Gibson, Judge Henderson.
I {. the American Flag on an Elliott Piece. Fr. John E. Calmer en your being In Fine Whiskey. .
the .
government buildings on appointed chairman ef the
and the late Rev. J. I. Ross. special
second Sunday in May Further TV, thee men and otter more the President was empowered name cef>e me and to all ctti- Christian IlMi"al This Is indeed FLEISCHMANN'Sis
to designate this second tens of the community who help a worthy cause and even thoughI
Sunday in May as Mother's Day cd to make tfel.* democratic procedure I stationed in a very remote
and to request its observance. a reality in Miami I part of the world (Saigon. Viet
U your mother lives and you salute rou'GOODW'U.? nan t. over 10.000 mile away the BIG buy !

can reach her go to her, take from Miami, my home. I am well "' +ts !'W1
her in your arms tell her that Gi aware of the" needs of the Hospital
TURL
you think she is the greatest per- Joseph I .
H Bryant representative of Jwtrn's

make son on her earth believe and by that.your If acts you Company of Minnesota and- I II 1 Please accept the small contributton 90 PROOF is why k

cannot greet her in person write California was host to a group of enclosed" and I hope all
her a letter and do not fall to friends at Georgette's Tea Room of Greater Miami will contribute .
make it vibrate with the genuine April 29, at four o'clock. The in such a manner to make
of language. group enjoyed. 3 hours of fellowship Chi v' tvtal drive a overwhel- LCNOCO WHISKEY eo PHOO' e"% Q.A.Pt .<. utwAt SfMWItSfMC
Jf* your your mother is out yonder, in a relaxed atmosphere. '! nun<< .ucce**. FLriftCHMANN OlS LtlNG COBPOUAfioN HIM row; citY
Partaking of the festivities were M St't' Samuel 'Red' Holmes
don't have to place flowers ,
you Mr and Mrs, Charles
lei Williams I ..,. ..
upon her grave or hang a I L .a L..I1>&.L "" -
Mr. and Mrs James!! Simmons -
about her picture: Just get downon Mr and Mrs
Lewis Blake, Mr.

greetings your knee with and the breathe full assurance your and Mr. Mrs.Lee A.Perry J. Shoots, Mr. ,and Mr. Mrs.and ::1 For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

that her perfectly attunedear
George Williams
Mr. and Mrs.
and heart will get your me*- James Randolph Mr. and ),If..
I .*.e. for such truths never die. Leroy I
Washington Samuel O. BONDED COLLECTION

Let nothing or fancied obligation Cohen. WWtam Haley. Carl WUlams A
swerve you from your Euceee Duncombe, Charles
tribute to mother on this Wycfee. Mis Georgiana Johnsoa.
Manilla's DAYI Edwin Dv-nrritte George Miller,
Mother's Day Greetingsto .Medme Carl Rheas Zefena
Happy
All Mothers I>erywb rrtIOTA'S Peter. oracle" Curry. Valencia& I AGENCY Inc.
f
William., Marian Shannon, Frank ;
PATRONESS BOARD. Robinson and the writer ,

The fabulously decorated home of
the Rudolph PuUums. 4865 NW IN MRMOHIAM. May. 1953. the
31st ave.. was the setting for a .fe of "'Or.." tagrafcam came" to
Post Easter Party on Friday an end He wa an outstanding
evening honoring their sponsors, character' with a aNt personality -
IoU Ph Lambda Sorority. Gamma one of FAMU's AU. The largest collection and rental

Alpha Chapter. AnwrKan football immortals.
Center of attraction was thefjoroilitMf and my friend ThIN of IM who in the South operating in A
npency ;
concole masterpifjceengineered knew him rejected and accepted
M
by Theodore Pdeasy tm ahortcominf* and admiredhis
who. HW at JIM NW SJrd sL virtures which far outnumbered Dade and Broward Counties'Negro

After card fame were playedand his vice H: was the tied
a delicious buffet supper of ponton'! who showed you the I Housing areas
enjoyed, the following members meaatagBea' of friendship .
of the board were Introduced by not the meanest of It When you

Mrs A D Hubert chapter sponsor were wrong he told. you and not L. L, BROOKS Prssldsst
Mesdames Josephine Dunn the ret of the ,.,.rld. He got to

president' ; Alice Dean first vice you when ethers forgot you. lie

(absent. Lillian Balliou, second I turned up: hen everyone else MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
vice; Mary Reives. crctarr.. unwi you down. When you
France Summons Sarah Pullum achieved auccew, all he wanted 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

Helena Hedge Mattie Darkley, Naas to know of it He stood behind BROWARD
Jessie Giles, MaybeU Anderson you when you took bows COUNTIES
Mary Smith Totni ant Jackson. and beside you when you were I
Helen Jonea. booed His friendship was the -

Mrs. Lenote Carey is presidentof kind you didn't lea even
gO:7
the sorority. ashen you deserved\ to. May he

rest tn peace.TloCG1rr. -
What a gratifying spectacle it "
Negro dtlI FOR THE WEEK: AGENCY, INC.
was to see so many J-
na wending their way to voting No language can express' thepaver t _
and beauty and heroism ? I
precincts on May 311 I recall '
.-.
0
very vividly .when this -was not and majesty of a mother's love. .. .. w
the pattern. Thank are due to the It ahrmks not where man cowers .
now non-el4tsnt Negro Athens and grow stronger where It CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Service League which helped to man ,.inu. sad over the waste
make this (XMSJb.t. of wordly fortune sends the radiance WO N.W. 7Jrd ST ... ... ..._.. PL '.'127 a 101* N.W. MM ST.

presidentof of quenchless fidelity like L.Iiderdsl ..... JA 4.)111 ,-
Sam B. Solomon was Ft.
--
this organization from 1937 to a star in heaven.' 1441 GRAND AVE. .,,..__ HI 4.S447

1940, When elected to office -- 4240 N.W. 7Mi AVE. NE I..... ttl HAMUONDVILLE "0,

there were eight registered voters. P.A+pan. ..,_ ._...____.._.. WE ,.,tlt
m Miami. NEED CASH 1171 NW.tad St OX .44n
Every conceivable motivatingdevice 14440 N.W ?2*>d AVE.

was to register used to encourage In' spite Negroes of $25 to $600CALL 17S2S HOMESTEAD AVE Opa Lacks MU ,0417


KKK demonstrations attempted PL8-3653 PcrrU* _...._ CE 1.1111 ttOO N.W. Jnl CT. ... .. ''''. FR 4.fill
legal blocks, and economic pres
cures 1500 registered and voted
MAIN OFFICE
without bloodshed. IDEAL LOAN CORP.

fearless This ,was calm made, resolute possible and by If'1f-1 the 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 38416I

sacrificing leadership of #
Solomon who was Jailed every 14I



TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA The OC'Caslon.bleb was held. --- ------ -
at the company's local office, 221
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1960 NW Wi st.. was a three-ln-one
delebrationwhich marked Miss

Cay's birthday, the 15th anniversary r
of her service with the

Atlanta and kit dramatic' and a portrayal very touching of- Li I TY

I This .is Your Life" which corned .A11nt ass ... ??NAU
the life and work of Miss
Cay

The entire event was also a OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
complete surprise to Miss Gay,
who was aware of the fact thasome
OUR DANDER UPII celebration was being
Sometime ago we scripted apiece planned, but had no idea that
In this corner about the Career Sergeant she was the person to be hon
horrible condition of NW 15th
ave.. one of the main business Returns With BrideS ored.Members of Miss Gay's immediate FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY

thoroughfares in Liberty City.ftlPt'Cially family, members of the staff I
Robert Crowell I
after a heavy downpour merepopularly
of the and
number
company a opt
of rain. And when have known as "Chuck." arrived -
we !
home last Ucy holders all Joined in the
a windy dry apell wben dust Saturday rnorn.
ing from Ft. Lewis WaMYoun This .is Your Life" phase of the'l
clogs machinery and cover merchandise celebration l and each told
Crowell who has already one a a
and plays havoc with served
human
eating places. Of 'n 8-year stint in the U. S. Ma. interest bit on some phase
course
our
rine of the life of Miss Gay.
gripe was not the first written. Ccrps. re-enlisted in the
Our editor had complained many Army branch of the service Miss Gay was so overcome
times in his editorial about the where he plans a career.' with emotion over the surprises
the potholes etc Our article attracted Crowell is well known here as and thrills from the occasion,
the attention of a few an adept swimmer and skin div that the could hardly muster
farsighted bjclneesmen who tried er and formerly worked as life enough words to express' thanksto
to do something about the probe gaud at the pools of the Sir all concerned.Followln j, ..
lem. John Hotel. He recently married r the ceremony a very''
(i the fcrmer Miss Mary London of delicious: course of refreshments
Rudy Levarity of Rudy'* TV Washington D.C.. a cousin to was served and enjoyed by al \ ns..e.. ta se w ...........
Center along with with Freeman : pcrular singer Roy Hamilton. A goodly crowd attended Lh e"
!
BUDDY ADIER J UJlUA LOGAN of!! A
Johnson of Johnson's Shoe Shop During their visit home Sgt ""nt. ( .
became interested and started and Mrs. Crowell are stopping at ....wr ,rry.rratimaar flre s'r a 4 -
the ball rolling to impruve this,I the home of the Sergeant's motib- -
strip on which their businesses' *r. Mrs. Eatie Mae CroweU. 1131 Air C.nHtl.e .d
are lotted. The City Fathers !NW saUl 8t.Atlanta.
were approached; petitions drawnup I CAPITOL PLUS -
to be signed by businessmenthoroughfare.
-- ---- Life
ana t-.J owncon a1on, the Agent THEATRE
-
It wasnt an
Job. Property owners balked easy because nonored by I SAT. MIDNITC

of an extra tax bill to Company SUN. THRU THURS. "BLOOD & STEEL"WEDNESDAY
improve their
property no less! Miss Mildred t MAY $-12
Levarity and company' did not Beatrice Gay
let these obstacles deter their de- well ta Life! known agent for the Allan SOLOMON AND
termination to get the job done. ami Insurance Co. on the Mi SHEBA
Engineers: from the city district was very fittingly
came out honored With Yul
and surveyed the deterioratedand last Thursday night by Brynnerand
the
poorly paved ave and presented the manager and members of Gina' LollobrigldaBUNCHE
staff of the
their report to the city local branch. ONE DAY ONLY
commUsJon.. It seemed that we -
would finally have a beautifully
paved and widened business sec
tion. STORESLOW "SOUND OF FURY

Rudy and Freeman, chairman
and cochairman of the committee STARRING ETHEL WATERSYul
to improve 13th ave. from RENT THFATRC OPA LOC <*
82nd st. to 71st st reported that IUN. THRU THURS.

The city manner M L Reese 100% LOCATION Brynner, Joann Woodard
recommended the passage of the THE PURPLE GANGwith
resolution and it -was passed' and
N.W.
Barry Sullivan
adopted by The entire commis 3rd Ave. PLUS -
lion"

Everything Is cut drtad-but SET UP hR alto
there is always that hitch! "Man With a Gun"

There is a lone dissenter an BARBER SHOP with Robert Mitchum hE rdcisa
individual who is not a member
of our community but owns BEAUTY PARLOR t LAIR J

rroperty on 15th and Gills *L He _
QAR
Q
can be a troublesome thorne In -QUE
the sides of Messrs. Levarity and
CONDITIONED
Johnson et aL FISH and POULTRYPROFESSIONALS I

We are a daily enthusiastic fan
and reader of the comics espec RITZ O soovE I
tally the cartoon by Hat lo-The
Urge to Kill- We read this panel AND OTHERS THEATRE
and always get a chuckle, little TAKE A GIANT
knowing that one day we would STEP"
share his "urge." j EDMOND O'BRIEN JULIE LONDON IARAINE DAY
This .
lone dissenter a gentleman Johnny Nah Ruby Des

of another color who o."ns prop.. FLA. REALTYFR Plus"Wolf
erty in our village is blocking
progress, by Jingo, and the busi Laraen"
nessmen along 15th resent It 4-4556 Barry Sullivan

Rudy explained that all citizens STARTS THURSDAYIT
interested
in the beautification -
and Improvement of 15th ave. I I
can help by writing to any of

the for their eommissicners support and thanking future them co I i OR

operation. The address Is POD O
IT our.SHOCicjCAT
78 Miami M. He
also urges Interested ON A NOT TIN 1001pr. -1M
persons being a part of BOWIINGWill
.-
a citizens' delegation for _
the May
18t T1 j
commission ,
me tna 9 ajn Robert EleanorMITCHUMPARKER
contact him for further details.

We believe now is the time for t '
citizens :.
t<> come tc the aid of
their community! .A sot cifca*.**..

turn to Miami in September Open Soon Worn 'ST MOT'

Mr. Ben Brice left Miami i, ...."...
Thursday on his annual visit on to Georgi! PEPPARD Georgt HAMILTON
Cold Spring Inn Hotel. Stamford. fi Everett SLOANE Uaoi PATTEN
N.Y. Mr. Brice sends a bit of hello
and goodbye to all of his rela.
Uve! and friends. He plans to re- Get Your Teams PLUS-

e -
rs.
1 _

TROY'S BEAUTY SALON Ready NowMIBOWLING/

738 N.W. 3rd Ave. IuW Nth ttA3 K S SUSU4 SS. SUf TMl
Phone FR 4.9189 I f. BtOHOC CUM-Ofti. HAD HIS NUMSCJU
I II ig:1 RORY
ANNE
Cutting.' Styling Tinting' ii

Manicuring I gr CALHOUNfRANCISMIAMI

Specialty' of the. Month: d

Fr.. Eyebrow Arch trlgf s Z7HhP rDs

Mrs. Th.,.... Troy, Prop.


Operators: I' 1900 N.W. 75th St.

Mr*. Barbara Robinson'

Mr*. 'Irene Hill

W,., Wlnafnad Gray PL15951
Mr. Edward Blade I


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:Is now at. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

MY RECOMMENDATIONS as SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1960 PAGE 0JihnsonV
an Interim funeral director for
the Rime Funeral Hone is the
old master himself Kelsey Pharr
Howard Coachman 10StryhestiRoUe 23. Attendants
evening April
1 Nobody can come close to him indirecting
i I were Mr. and Mrs. H. Palmer,
a funeral. Inddently i
.Ii. 'brother-in-law and sister of the
Oscar Range' of Dr.Pharr' .I -
was one DMA
NORTH D E HIGH DCT bride. The ceremony was performed
.
ssssssaaavaaaaBaaaamvaWBaBaaaaal'' William prize Chapman orotefM-J.i-in 'the pink Dr. Club'*"bog amateur nile will by Rev, L. A Thompson.TCur .
shower its stars at Bunche -- -
..J DONT KNOW how Toback's 7th ave has changed happenings .flan fain Hospital after a short stay at Chris Theatre at 8 p.m. tonlte. The Kim NA 1 *
Club 77 Chinese kitchen operator in moat night spots. W. C, Baker I Blue Dots" are guest artists. i
does business but I am sure and Little Clara Jay have Joined I .o R
temeone' should wise that kitchen forces with Happy Rose and, INDIANAPOLIS Clown va. ....y..e.w.A
help up especially the girl who Clara Mae and Xing I* the New York Royals Sunday in BrownHepburnWedding .
are making r..w..w.
serves the orders and won't allow O'Hearts the spot Over at. Miami Stadium. Its a benefit for I p .:r.r.es.r..rr....w....n..ran..,..
you to garnish your food. I Club Royale, Leroy Lang return. Miami Pollee Benevolent! Assn. ..
ordered and Baseball plus fun That r chess-r.
shrimp french fries ed to his stumping ground after May Miss Wilhelmina
and reached for the hot fantasy ball at Miami Beach Hepburn,
sauce a long absence Rufus Beacham -I I daughter of Mrs. Clotilda '
sl said can't audit next Friday is staged by Hep
e jou have It. Hot was at the Booker Terrace burn and the late Deacon William
under the collar, I told her she last weekend for the powerful Alpha Kappa Alpha and its big E.
Hepburn was quietly married
either let me season my shrimpsor entertainment booking. The Terrace -I brother fraternity. to Woodrow Brown on Saturday .
she could Just eat them herseiL had a nice crowd and I
Beacham was just terrific. MAY BIRTHDAYS: .
I guess she did just that. however I lit Juanita Patton Shell
,
<< she called the private po- THE OMEGAS' Benefit Cabaret Clarke
Hazel L. Grant Lucius
lice. I told him the same. I was Dance at Club Ml held the I. Crawford Edith Washington; 2, Vandalism Is Costly
ordered out No
shrimp. spothjht for superb entertainment I Brenda Johnson and Yours
This establishment was built on and attendance. Chickie Home, Truly; 3rd Edith Grant Ronald
Negro trade, too! fresh from the Land of Pink Adside, Fletcher Alonto Pajchal t To Every TenantA
Pearls, was chickkr and funnier III; 4th Diane Flnney Mattie II.
'
....CRUISES AND TOURS are the Last Friday the Charroettes Houston 5th. Rosetta Vickers
;
lame for the coming summer va.eatton. .- Club heW their first Spring Stephen Shirley; 6th, Gay Ferguson -, reward will be paid to anyone for confidential
Charles North's Travel Dance at the Ml Club. .
Maggie Gibson Alfred
Bureau can arrange that special I Sh rti, Caroline Ward: 7th; 8th, formation leading to the arrest and conviction of any
Mediterranean caper in October WILBUR BRASSFIELD, who Evelyn Griflen. Samuel Mar
il you are interested in that did such a bang-up job with lowe' Victoria Him: Path RoseS person who destroys property managed by Bonded
BOAC round trip to Europe tw Scbcnley and OFC is now pushIng Gaston Gloria Williams. Jlat-
nljr 423 bucks. He can arrange Macnair Scotch.. Real smooth tie Brace, Henry O. McKinney: Collection Agency. Call FR 3-8416 and ask for
THAT also. Th recent roundtrip to. Herbert Long is back! Dora Mae Anderson; 10th, )b-
to Nassau is down to my home from Jackson Hospital after tilda Johnson; llth. Christine Lockhart.
steee. I have informed -Steoptu e" being knocked for a loop by of Knowlin Percy I. Evans; 12.
(that's my youngun) that I am a". hang, measles Chickie Bessie Dennis; 14, Dorothy THANK YOU KINDLY
g4n to spend many summer Home has moved into the Ran.. Evans Mary Lou Nixon IS; J. C.
weekends in Nassau (28 centsR. e'bcr Lounge and Duke Jenkins I Buckner, Roger Paschal, Ann
T.) North is the headquarter --" --
for all tours or tripe or a safari -
in the Sahara Desert.

MANY STUDENTS wtr* horns HOUSESFOR
far the holiday. Howard HadJey,'
Jr.. made his by air both ways -
-
far a two-day stay {Morel SALEA -
and Cuitlnertena" Turner
Jackie Sargent were away from Real Bargain
B-C. Sandra Johns was in
time for her Easter Sunday Mass Open Sunday

down in the heights Nellie $495 Down
WlWUms, popular Liberty City
"load) barber", celebrated her 3059 NW 58th St. This ia a l a is

Wrtfeday last Friday April 22 neat and clean 2-bedroom
Arthur Merritte celebrated! his on house that you will be proudto
April 23 And here to April Painted inside and
i Edna own.
24. Madelyn Thompson
Clark; 26. Muriiel Davis E. E. out. Also large utility
Waller: 27. Mantlty' Dorset: 28, house in rear.
Margaret Hanna. Michael Mile .
Juanita McCloud, Delores Smith;
29. Dorothy Newton, William $495 Down

U.oze-k1ab Jr. Open Sunday
I,
3144 NW 60th St. Very nic j 4j ( #
WE REALLY mlwtd the bowl I I -''
iRe alley. when they converted' it bedroom home with large | rr :
into. a night club. It's returning front porch. Partly furnish.I vk

to the original entertainment ed. Very rake CBS utility : % k '
e* *er. mnieh will be welc d should be better appreciated and workshop in rear. Only %J ,

-tfcat ... larger attendance, more $80 per month.
bawling tem' and if you bringa 0 I'I'o
friend you'll) be mnvriaed the
Be Safe Not SorryWe
Inn you eon have At James ,
E Scott audit 'WIll house thatt.fwflt can finance your auto-

program for Peaceful moble liability insurance on ,;
ZIon Baptist ChurA Building
Fund. Mrs. Arlene Bnnrton is easy monthly payment.
feneral< chairman' The Donald o 0Goodman'a
JekARS chrktened their daugh Real
t<<. Andrea Easter Sunday at the I
home of the Charles Johnsons. Estate & Insurance !

more 2688 N.W. 62nd Street -Camat oa is the milk that whips like cream xplaina to a student Carnation la the red
Senior to"Cbot.rMRr.n c.ruYocthwestern's Phone OX 1.0380 -with far fewer Cat calorie.. Thrift and white can is the..-orld'.laworit. brand.

was under the direction

of Arthur Dersey L.Junior Evans 1I1 last', Wednesday 3rd annual Home Economies Director tells why...

Spring Concert was last

ffetfcany Friday at SDA its Chur auditorium+dn's banquet. FOR SALE "Carnation is the milk I use like

of entertainment and dining is Poolroom. Good location in

sla4.d for May 5 It's a building Liberty City area. Six tables
fund banquet Ella Griffin fully equipped. cream-with V2 the fat calories !I"
and Alkav Conker are mailing
invites to their May 15 altar date Full Price $4,000. Term to
In O>u. Charles Miller. for- responsible parties. A rea.lonable Miss Pinkie Thrift Is chairman of the hem ...tide quick cheeM sauce..moist meat
taer bartender Sir John and cash offer will be tCTrKwi department At Southern Unhrexsity. loavoL And whipped desserts and recipes

Witt"1 do"*nina May ROM 8. Wlftebnina Page will is displaying say- considered. Call MU 13151. Baton Rouge, L it.tans 10 clan w. like Whipped Sundae S&1ad1Uedpe! is

a beautiful karat rn- use Carnation lib cream: to mala favorite shown below.)A special method of evaporav

ssgesncat ring costa' grand. dijhea taste extra special Mb Thrift eat than gives today Carnation the consistency

H. VINING DAVIS went to the BRAND NEW pIa1Da.smoott..cream....far_A of golden cream-with % the fat calorie: !,

pattt to vote on the bond issue Lovely bedroom 2 bath

for the expressway of the books The broad quiered.Are Inekarge and garage, oak floors, tile recipe: L_______________, M.

- you a property owner!" roof, built-in electric kitchen Sundae Salad TO WlIP UUUTtOM: aim 1
Crfee. *. be 89 year old multi- WhIPped CAM rjosjcwouuamuclimfifsft.tor .
rail ionaire test Arthur.. the Lomdlo'IKhhg j kryebgtssl.wllp e
ae
Open J.5 p.m. JE U40 I" aqs noses snta sbff Wwot
NW
6000
of Heart Club at daU 1 afcrtsl Ml 2 UUsspoaat hnoa juk*.
-'" - -- We Build No Money .., till WT! stiff 07 aria. IaDct4
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pbappIe
ClIP sYrtq
Down' Msta. :bold J rapt r
J. B. SMITH I.w,..leas pII I 8ft at..Hcm tctlrabs d Belt

ELECTRICSERVICE We have Iota to build in I "c-.ckiged Bate prep tit tdIIIII.?base oar 8stattw.Isle sralstobaa
H .... 1Hs told8 and....
City area
Liberty .
ZddsvlCamattai _.,.rald__
135 K 195 Corner | lopcaajpsdcaWyI :. sad jatatti wUtan---.Ulasta ..
Electrical Contractor Cash paid for Iota or homes fsjaa+.",tptdtkr lfss .layers ef vMpM &.** sjMm flat sObnsppla
HOUSEWIRING"Don't k ta4 dassat Q&
SEYMOUR BARON .,...ossseri os.P .

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LBLNEZER: METHODIST 15 at 3 pin at the House of Albert -
NW 15th ave. Some of Mi.
t Rev. Aaron D. Hall pastor mi's most outstanding gospel
r1 Ernestine L. Kambrick reporter singers will be there.
During the morning worship on
Sunday there will be Infant baptism MT. SINAI UAP fly
and reception of membersto
the full membership to the D. B. reporter
church. Rev. S. A. Thoma, fM.u>r

Sunday School .-...... .._ M.0
M There will also be a special Morning worshio ........._ 11:06
Mother" Day service. You are all Evening worship ._ .....-.-. 7:00
invited to attend. The pastor

would also like for all families to St. Paul Men .
worship together on this day in

Raise $7,187We
members are.urged to attend ,
I
the weekly activities oz the
sash to thank all persons

I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA church.You are urged to pray forvisit and who Day drive contributed on Sunday to our April Men'24.

PAGE 10 SATURDAY MAY 7, 1960Woman's \ i iI ; the side and shut-ins.Wright, Jack-They Our total to date is 718760.
Carrie
I L' b are Sisters The three captains raking the
Eugenia
Hospital
I ton Memorial highest amounts were Samuel
1 BarnweU. ::J-"W 16th terr Rufus Woeten
Stafford $313.25;
Day at MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Po nciana Rosier 1312 NW 58th $635: and Robert Jackson 39150.
Jackson
I Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor : :err Helen C. Branch T. Thank you for aiding our
St. James Phyllis Mjrers. reporter I Mecnonai Hospital; Kathleen J building fund.
Sunday School ......... ... ..U ; Or-e. 1SOO NW 4th ct. apt Samuel Stafford chairman
._ -- Mortung Worship --- 11:0 O"wo Mayo 1660 NW 3rd ave. Robert Jackson co-chairman

r B. T U. Sao;
EveningSunday Wonht ......---.- To ST. LUKE BAPTIST ANTIOCII BAPTIST
n
we had a wenderfu Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor Rer. J. W. Stevenson pastor

service, Our pastor preached a Mrs. Bunesta Green reporter__ M. T. Copeland. reporter

ttcadcrful sermon which wascr.oyed Sunday School fjwMcnung Sunday School ..... ......... P31t:
by all worship ,. --- 11:00 J Morning worship ,............... 11:00
Next Sunday at 3 pan we are BTU ..._.__ 1:30 BTU base
gcing: to have our Mother's Day Evening worship -- TOO Evening worship Too
program sponsored by the No 1 toa
and No 2 Deaconess Board. The No.2 choir invites you May Sunday is Motia<<'. Day We
Saturday,
We have only one person sick lemon squeeze are looking forward to a full
the ,
at borne
7 beginning at 8 pjn. .
and that is. Sifter Lela Williams.We 13GT NW' day of worship. The choirs will
of Mrs. Emily Mazyce, I
render' music and the ushers at
her
are praying for recovery !
is Invited
; I 56th st The public
their
MRS. C. B. MILLER posts.
There will be a Mother's Dayprogram
SPIRITUAL BAPTIST 8 beginning at 3:30 We would like to remind our
New Bethc. will} be honored I May
many friends of the staffing pro-
10250 S.W. 176th Street Sunday. May 8 with a Mother's I p.m. *;msored by the Sunday
which is sponsored
the tram
Florida School and Young Matrons at
eh.4ryr.
PWTtne De-v sermon. Saturday night by the No. 2

4 On Sunday the paster will de. The speaker will be the gracious Theme No. 1 choir Invites you toa Bro. Reddiek in charge. To the

,, liver a n-ecial Mother's Day and charming' Mrs. C. B. fashion walk Sunday, May 8 at public and members, dinners are
message during the morning: service Miller Mrs. Miller is a memberof 4 to 6 pin at the Range Chapel on sale every Saturday at the
New Mt. Zion Church of Hiaieh 5727 NW lEth ave. Donation 25c home cf Sis Corine Pierce, 3360
I At the night service a specialMother's She is the past district The Young Matrons invite you NW 48th tern i-hone TO 4-7728.

Day.. program 'Ulh be president! of Florida East Coast to a Candlelight Tea Saturday, You may call for delivery. These
MRS. MARION JOHNSON held. Sister Margaret Role, vice Batit Training Union Congress. May 14 at 8 pjn. at the home of dinner are sold to help raise
Chairman president of the Baptist Training I She is known. to be a dynamic Deacon and Mrs. Cleveland Bel] f.nd for choir' No 2s anaiversary. -
Union .is the sponsor of the pro speaker.' If you miss her you'dbe 753 NW 67th It. Donation $1.00. .
The women of St James Dap- gram. missing a treat Let us come The No. 2 choir invites you to Sick and 'hu'-lrs are Sis.
that Church Rev. J. I* Johnson, and be on time. a musical program Sunday May Jackson and Sis E.zabeth: Lee.

pastor, are going aU-out to --- '.I r:::
make their First Woman's Day, SALTER'S CHAPEL Coming soon? Wo tan's Day. :r"l
Sunday May 8. a day long to be Rev. H J Benson pastor Let us not forget to pray for the
remembered. Mrs. Marion Johnson Ruth Twiggs. reporter sick and shut-ins everywhere.ST. .
chairman, and Mrs. Julia Sunday School ..., ......._. 030 Get out of the rut! Come and see

McDonald, co-chairman with Uonung worship L -,.:1 _.-, ...11:00
their captains are determined to ACE League _..r.......,.. ,_.., SJO JAMES A. M. E.
reach a high goal. Evening worship ... ......... 7:00 Hunter
'Rev. H. McNeil Harris pastor Bishop
Mrs Laura Williams will Church of Th. Open Door I Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter

speak at 11 am. and the Rev. Sunday School ................._.. fcM
Mrs Emma F. Watsonwill deliver (Congregational) Morning Worship .. ....._ 11:00 WHO IS WELL
the evening message. at 730. Rev. H. C. McDowell pastorA. A. C. E. League -... .__ 330 KNOWN AS '
The public is invited. E MeNeal. reporter Evening Worship .... .......... 7.-00; '

The new pews were installedin Sunday May 8 will observed as PROF. HUNTER *

the church last week to the'' Mother's Day. Let everyone honor THE INCARNATION For the past 33 years ,n
joy of the pastor, members and his. or her mother by offering a
friends. prayer in seme church. She would (Episcopal) If you arc sick and
want it that way. Ifttt N.W. 54th St. worried in trouble '
Our minister will continue the Father E s. Clarke Jr. Vicar or
BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST i series "Witnesses to His Resurrection. this is the place to'

274i NW ..th Street I .** Church School SUNDAY.................... .30 come. Don't stay in the
Rev R. Thompocn acting pastor, Dr. Ira Block secretary for new Confirmation Instruction.. IQtfO rut. Push back the veil '"
churches' of the Home Mission
Annie Pratt reporter Board of the (for children) of the lack of under. >_
Sunday School ..._..___ 9JO; Congregational Sung Mass ..........______ WAS and bad luck .
Morning wonhlp ..._.........,... 11:00 Christian Churches from the office The R,4scopal; Churchwomen: of standing
in New! York and his mother
that to hold
Evening worship >nMMMM 7:00 the Incarnation are sponsoringtheir seem you
of Ft. Lauderdale were visitors at annual Mother's Day Tea at in track and ad. iVance
your
We our church last Sunday. Rev. t
are grateful to have with the crurch. Mrs Charlotte Ford
Bobbin Ralph and Dr. Block will forward by the
us the Rev. R. Thompson super. ,
Clarke is the guest speaker. The I
Lnkrnknt: of Missions. of the meet with our trustee board toconsider public U cordially invited. The help of God.
Florida East Coast Association u a site for our church
time is 4:30: pjn.WEDNESDAY.
our interim pastor since the aome. Your home and everyday
death of our beloved pastor, the Six new members were added : | life be made
can
Rev E. D. Richardson. Everyonewas ,o the church roll and five babies Low mass ...e.... ._..-....... 630 am. '
thrilled with his message were christened In church. Evensong and Confirmation happy. He will show

last Sunday morning as he spoke Our summer conferences for Instruction for adults 8 pm. you how to bypass your '.
from uv2 rd Psalm. He delivered youth will start June H to July Sacred Heart Meet ....... 830 pjn.SU enemies and get the
no*her 12 at our church camp site In .
a inspiring message Ann-Margaret Meet' 830
dunng the "..niBI- Those who Avon Park for all children at Home of Mrs. Frazier Bradley things that Cod put in the world for you. Let the

heard these discourses were lifted different school levels.' Please 1870 NW 55th st peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the

pir.tuaHy. register with Clifford Matthews.We power that is in you will be awaken and you will he

(......... ut r taw M.vwl++ala and extend as -we a worship most; cordial tc cLa.welcome Junior Ch+ irFt. Michael's) 5.-00 in a higher state of mind and spirit.

help us Ycu are always welcome. Senior choir (St. Cecelia's' ) 830 SUNDAY 10:30 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
St. Mary's W.M. Christian
Our shut-ias are Sisters Gus. The Saints Ann-Margaret
ate Richardson. Edna Prof Huntar's office Is optn dally from 10 a .m. to I p.m.
Giles and Rev E. A Culmer. pastor chapter of the ECW is sponsoringthe
Mason. II Mrs. S. Dawkins reporter IVrfndana Elementary School for readings and consultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof.

Sunday School -..,..,,........, .:30 symphony band In concert on Is licensed by the Stats and County as a Reader.
Monday. May 9 at 8 pjn. In the
MARTIN MEMORIAL AMERtchrrm4 Morning worship 11:08 Located at 5417 Southwest 17th St. Hollywood Fla.
parish hall Subscription, children ,
Evening worship ,.,.,.,._... 7-JC
Heights Sunday School was opened by band IS cents is. adults under 35 the cents.direction This One mile east of 7th Ave. or Highway 441, Old
of
Miss
Rev. L. R Helen Trotman.
The
Bnnra palter lesson
Wilma Harris, reporter was reviewed by the pastor Freddie Morley who is a teacherat Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remember

Sunday School .-T---.L. .30 Sunday, May 8 will be banner the school the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood,

Morning worship ....? IIM Sunday. The class raising the Florida.
ACE League .-....._. ....... 4:30 most money will receive the ban BAHA'I ASSEMBLY
Bishop Hunter to also! the pastor of The Spiritual Temple ot
Mr. and Mrs Henry Well of
TEMPLE BAPTIST ner.The morning worship was led, Clayton, Mo.. Baha'I circuit Zion |Inc.. same .dd,...*. Visitor welcome every Sunday night,

by the pastor. He lectured for Ave, teachers, will speak 8 pm. May Tao pan.
Mother's Day will be fittingly
: minutes. Paul to CorintMim. ift
,
: 8 at the Baha'i Center, In NW
observed. The children's choir 27, Thanks to God Which Give 11th s .
will sing at the morning worship.I us The Victory ave. ., :- '.,. nu" r 'f- 1
All mothers and grandmothers I The testimonial service was en.1 Mr Well is an insurance. executive .
will be presented with a souvenir Jo1ed and spiritually blessed. with the professional rating
by their children, and the old Both choirs furnished music. of certified life underwriter. Mrs.
est and youngest mothers will Tit evening devotion was led'Iby I Well, a Phi Beta Kappa is a for1 -
receive special honors. Pastor lie preached from!!1 uwr hub school teacher. She has '
CoUosUns 3rd chapter, "Our' been active in service organizations rt
The Mother's Day program will ***
are hid with Christ our including scouting. the
be presented br the young people uora.? Holy com tin'on' was' American Association for the
during the BTU hour. served. I United Nations and in religiouseducation. $ ,

Society. Mrs.I Sunday being Mother's Day, Both Mr, and Mrs.t
:Missionary
The will let us pay homage to our mothers. Wet are members of the Area
Florence Hepburn, president Those who are far and near and Teaching! Committee for the tI
.
Fruits. a
present The first Mondayevening are gone to the Great Beyond,.,, Baha'u of the South Central I
In four cenes. 1 I the church as a whole Is praying I I States They will dbcuss The -
The public .
at 8 o'clock. for our side. i,Way to World Peace. ', -
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NW 15th ave. Some of Mi
.1 Rev. Aaron D. Hall pastor ami's most outstanding gospel
; Ernestine I;.. Hambrick reporter singers will be there.
i4L0 During the morning worship on
Sunday there will be infant bap- MT. SINAI HAP flSl
tism and reception of membersto
the full membership the D. B. reporer
burcb.: Rev. S. A. Thorn. p..ior
Sunday School .____..... 93.0
There will also be a special Morning worship ..._..___ 11:09
Mother's" Day service You are all Evening worship 7:00
invited to attend. The pastor

would also like for all families to St. Paul Men
worship together on this day In

members Raise $7,187We
are urged to attend -.
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA church.the weekly who wish contributed to thank to our all persons Men's

I \\1 t You are urged to pray for and Day drive on Sunday, April 24.

PACE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1960Woman's L I IR visit are Sisters Memorial the sick Carrie and Hospital shut-ins.Wright Eugenia Jackson They'- Our highest The total three amounts to' date captains Is were$7.187.60.raising: Samuel the


BAPTIST Barnweil, 223 NW UStherr., Stafford $81325; Rufus Woeten,
MT. CALVARY
Day at .c :' Poinciana Rosier 1512 NW 58th $635; and Robert Jackson $391 JO.
I \ Rev. L. M. Thomas pastor ;. terrH Helen C. Branch. Jackson Thank you' for aiding our
St. James .. Kathleen T.
Pnyilis Myers, reporter Memorial Hospital; building fund.
Sunday School _ I.U Oerie, 1900 NW 4th ct., apt 3, Samuel Stafford, chairman
k Morning Worship 11OC l Olive Mayo, 1660 NW Srd ave. Robert Jackson co-chairman
B. T U. **'

Evening Worshio __.... -.. 1:00 ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. ANTIOCH BAPTIST

Sunday we had a wonderful P. W. Williams pastor Rev. J. W. Stevenson, pastorM.
service. Our pastor preached a Mrs. Bunesta Green reporter T. Copeiand.
wonderful sermon which was Sunday School ......... .. --- 930: reporter
Sunday School ____________ 9:3d
er.joyed by all R 1 Morning worship --- 11:00: Morning worship _.. .. .... 11:00:
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Next Sunday at 3 p.m. we are BTU ......... wc: BTU 538
going to have our Mother's Day; Evening worship .............. 7.-00 Evening worship I k 7.00
program sponsored by the No. I
choir invites you toa
and No 2 Deaconess Board. The No. 2 Sunday is Mother's Day Wear
r Saturday May
We have only one person sick lemon squeeze looking forward to a full
and that Is Sifter Lela Williams.We 7 beginning at 8 pjn. at the home day of worship. The choirs wiil
.J for her r./: ...... ss r. r_-*. -w of Mrs. Emily Maxyce, 1567 NW
are praying recoverySPIRITUAL I render mturic and the others at
56th st The public is invited
C. B. MILLER their pests.
Mother's Day
There will be a
BAPTIST We would Hke to remind" our
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at :
New Bethel j will be honored program May 8 beginning
10250 S.W. 176th Street Sunday. May 8. with a Mother's pin sponsored' by the Sunday many friend. of the singing program
Pwrine Florida School and Young Matrons at the which to sponsored every
4 Day tcrmon. church. Saturday nigh by the No. 2 ehetr.

On Sunday the pastor will de. The speaker' will be the gracious The No. 1 choir invites you toa Bro Reddwk in m. e. To the
liver a special Mother's Day and charming Mrs. C. B. fashion walk Sunday, May 8 at public and members, dinners, are
message during the morning service Miller. Mrs. Miller is a memberof 4 to 6 pm. at the Range Chapel on sale every!' Saturday at the
New ML Zion Church of Hia- 5727 NW lEth ave. Donation 26c home ct Sto Corti Pferee, 3360
At the night service a special leah. Site to the past district The Young Matrons invite you VW 4th ten., *one NE 47728.
-- Mother's Day will beheld You call for These
program president of Florida East Coast to a Candlelight Tea Saturday, may delivery.
MRS MARION JOHNSON Sister Margaret Rolle rice Bart t Training Union Congress.She May 14 at 8 pjn. at the home of dinner are sold to help raisef
Chairman I president of the Baptist Training to known to be a dynamic Deacon and Mrs Cleveland Bell nds, for choir No 2's am ver-
Union 1s the sponsor of the speaker. If you miss her. you'd 7S3 NW 67th st Donation $1.00. ary.
The women of St. James Baptist gram. ProISALTER'S be missing a treat Let us come The No. 2 choir invites you toa Kick and -hu'-ins are Sis.
Church. Rev. J. X* Johnson and be on time. musical program Sunday. May Jackson: and Sis ELzabcti: Lee.
pastor are going all-out to ,
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make their First Woman's Dey, CHAPEL Coming soon! Woman's Day. -_ __ iP -.-;; ... .. f: -
Sunday May 8, a day long to be Rev 11 J. Benson pastor Let us not forget to. pray for the
remembered. Mrs. Marion Johnson Ruth Twlggs reporter sick and shut-ins everywhere..
chairman and Mrs. Julia Sunday School>> __ MOMorning Get out of the rut! Come and see

McDonald, co-chairman, 'withtheir worship _____ _11:00
captains, are determined to I ACE League __ 330 ST. JAMES A. M. E.
reach a high goal. Evening: worship I..U..L.. .-..., 7:00 Hunter
'Rev II. McNeal Harris pastor Bishop
Mrs. Laura Williams will I Church of Th. Open Door Mrs. Sadie T. Dean reporter

speak at 11 am. and the Rrr. Sunday School ......_._, .......- 930
Mrs Emma F. Watson will deliver (Congregational) Morning Worship ......._._. 11:00 WIIO IS WELL'J -- ',
the evening message at 7:30. Rev. II. C. McDowell pastor A. C. E. League ..._....__. 3:30:
AS
The public to Invited. A. E. McNeal. reporter Evening Worship ___. 1:00 KNOWN

The new pews were installed Sunday. May 8 will observed as PROF. HUNTERFor

in the church last week to the I Mother's Day. Let everyone honor TilE INCARNATION the past 33 years I l ,.
Joy of the pastor, members and his or her mother by offering a

friends. I prayer in some church. She would (Episcopal) If you are sick and
want it that way. I&M N.W. 54th St.
In trouble
Our minister will continue the Father E. S. Clarke. Jr, Vicar worried or ,
BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST Ift'lq.eowl to His Resur this Is the place to .

J749 N.W. 49th Street rection.Dr. Ira" Church School SUNDAY......._._ .:30 come. Don't stay in the
Rev R. Thompson acting pastor churches Block of the secretary Home for Mission new Confirmation Instruction- 10:00 rut. Push back the veil C a
Annie Trait reporter (for children) of the lack of under .
Sunda School ..._.._.__ 9:JO Board Christian of the Congregational Sung Mass ..................*___ 10:45
Morning warship ..._.___._ 11:00 Churches from the office The Utocopal Churchwomen of standing and bad luck ( '
Evening warship .. .., 7:00 in New York and his mother that to hold
of Ft. Lauderdale were. visitors .tour the Incarnation are sponsoring seem you
W. are grateful to have with church last Sunday. Rev. I their annual Mother's Day Tea at,* in your track and advance I
the Robbin Ralph and Dr. the crurch. Mrs. Charlotte Ford forward the
ua Rev R. Thompson, super. Block will by ,
ntcndcnt of Missions of the meet with our trustee board to I Clarke to the guest speaker. The' help of Cod.
public .to cordially invited. The
Florida East Coast Association as consider a site for our church
time to 430 .
our interim pastor, since the home. : pjn.WEDNESDAY Your home and everyday ,
death of our beloved pastor, the Six new members were addedto

Rev E D. Richardson.. Everyone the church roll and five babies Low mass .............._...... 630 aon. life can be made''
was thrilled with his message were christened in church. Evensong and Confirmation happy. He will show
last Sunday morning, as he spoke Our summer conferences for
how
Instruction for adults 8 pm. you to bypass your -
from t.htUni Psalm. He delivered youth will stan June 11 to July Sacred Heart Meet 830 p.m.S enemies and the
another 12 at our church get
inspiring message camp site in Ann-Margaret Meet 8.1.10
during live evening. Those who Avon Park for all children at Home of Mrs. Frazier Bradley, things that God put in the world for you. Let the

heard these discourses were lifted different school levels. Please 1870 NW 55th itFRIDAY peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the
cpir.tually. register with Clifford
We extend a most cordial Matthews.welcome power that is in you will be awaken and you will he

Come over into Macedonia and as we worship together. Junior Choir (St. Michael's) 5:00 in a higher state of mind and spirit.
help: u* You:; sre always ""' l<<;mc. Senior choir (St Cecelia's) 830

Our shut-ista are Sisters Gus St. Mary's W.M. Christian I I The Saints Ann-Margaret: SUNDAY 10:30 A.M. TO 3 P.M.

ale Mason.Richardson, Edna Giles and Rev E A Culmer, pastor chapter of the ECW is sponsoring Prof Hunttr's office Is open dally from 10 a .m. ta 9 p.m.

Mrs S. Dawkins. reporter the Poinciana Elementary School for readings and consultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof

Sunday School ..-., ..,.,- IJO symphony band in concert on la licensed by the State and County as a Reader.
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME Horning worship -..-...... 11:00: Monday, May 9 at 8 pjn. In the
Evening worshio ,., 1:3G parish hall. Subscription children Located at 5417 Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla.
Rtcr 15 cents, adults 35 cents. This
m.in4 Heights Sunday School
was opened by
Rev L. R. Brown palter Miss Helen Trotman. The lesson band to under the direction of One mile east of 7th Ave. or Highway 441, Old

Wilma Harris, reporter was reviewed by the pastor, I Freddie Morley who to a teacher Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remember

Sunday School ...........__ p..30UorrJng Sunday, May 8 will be banner at the school ; the address 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood,
worship .................... 11:0(1 SundaY. The- class raising the Florida.
ACT. League ........... .. ............. 430 roost money will receive the ban BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMr
ner. 1 Bishop Hunter Is also the pastor of The Spiritual Temple 01
and
I Mrs. Henry Well of
TEMPLE BAPTIST I The morning worship' was led, Clayton Mo. Bahal circuit Zion Inc.. same address. Visitors welcome every Sunday 'nigh{".
Mother's Day will be fittingly by minutes the pastor. He lectured for five 1 I teachers, will. speak 8 pm. May TOO p.M.
Paul to Corinthians 28
6 at the Bahal Center 157 NW
observed. The children's choir I 27, 'Thanks to God Which Give .
L will sing at the morning worship. u* The Victory 11th ave. ... ., ,'. .,.. '... .
All mothers and grandmotherswill The testimonial service was enJoyed Mr Weil to an insurance exec : y : .1 I
be presented with a souvenir and spiritually blessed. utive with the professional ratingof rr5 I
by their children and the oldest Both choirs furnished music. certified life underwriter. Mrs. .
and youngest mothers will The evening devotion was led Well a Phi Beta Kappa to a for-
receive: special honors. by the pastor Ht preached from 1 ner high school teacher. She has
CoUosians 3rd dlapt"OUr been active in service organiuliona -
The Mother's Day program will sin are hid with Christ our Including scouting, the'
be presented br the young people ix>ra.? Holy' communion was, American Association for the'
during the BTU hour. served. I( United Nations and in religious]

The :Missionary Society. Mrs.I I Sunday, being Mother's Day I education. Both Mr and Mrs.i .
Florence Hepburn president will let us pay homage to our mothers.i Well are members of the Area!
"The First Fruits a Those who are far and near and Teaching Committee for the)
present Monday are gone to the Great Beyond,1.Baha'to of the South Centrali
playlet In four scenes. I the church as a whole Is praying i States They will discuss -The .
The public
evening at 8 o'clock. ..- '
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LBLNEZER METHODISTRev. 15 at 3 p-m. at the House of Al.
bert NW 15th ave. Some of Ml.
.1I Aaron D. Hall, pastor ami's most outstanding gospel
Ernestine 1* Hambrick reporter singers will be there.
During the morning worship on
.y Sunday there will be infant baptism MT. SINAI UApriSID
and reception of membersto
the full membership to the B. reporter
: church. Rev. S. A. Thorn, p..u.r

Sunday School ._____ M.1
crcii There will also be a special Morning worship ..........._.._ lljj*
to Mother's Day service. You are all Evening worship .............. 7:00
invited to attend. The pastor
would also like for all families to St. Paul Men
worship together on this day in

iroups. Raise $7,187We
Ail members_ are urged to attend -I
y the weekly activities of the
church. with to thank all persons
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA who contributed to our Men'a
I You are urged to pray for and Day drive on Sunday. April 24.
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1960 .w visit the sick and shut-ins. They Our total to date is 718760.
are Sisters Carrie Wright Jackson The three captains raising the
Memorial Hospital Eugenia; highest amounts were' : Samuel
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST BarnwelL 223 NW 16th terr. Stafford $313-25; Rufus Woeten,
Woman's Day at 1512 NW 58th
Poinciana Rcxier. $&35; and Robert Jackson $391.50.
I Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor tenx Helen C. Branch. Jackson Thank you fcr aiding our
St. James 1 T.
PAlms Myers, reporter Manorial Hospital; Kathleen building fund.
Sunday School .................. '.U aerie, 1900 NW 4th ct, apt 3, Samuel Stafford, chairman
_-..._ :: Morning Worship ......... 11:00 Olive Mayo, 1660 NW 3rd ave. Robert Jackson, oo-cfeairman
B. T U. -. 534
Evening Worshio .... ....._ 7OC ST. LUKE BAPTIST ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.

Sunday we had a wonderful Rev. P. W. Williams pastor J. W. Stevenson pastor
service Our pastor preached a Mrs. Bunesta Green, reporter M. T. Copeland reporter
F vhcnderful sermon which was Sunday School ........... ..- 93C
Sunday School ... .............. 13V<
enjoyed by all Morning worship _.........- 11:00
Morning worship _....... ._ 11:00:
Next Sunday at 3 p.m. we are BTU ..............._._..__._._ 5:30 BTU Mae
going to have our Mother's Day Evening worship ..__ 1:00 Evening worship 7.00
program sponsored by the No. 1
and No.2 Deaconess Board. The No. 2 choir invites you toa Sunda is Mother's Day We
We have only one person sick lemon squeeze Saturday, May are looking forward. to a full
and that is Sister LU Williams. 7 beginning at 8 pjn. at the home day of worship. The choirs will
.--- of Mrs. Emily Matyce. 1367 NW
for her -
We are praying recovery.SPIRITUAL I render mus4c and the wirers at
56th It The public is invited
MRS. C. B. MILLER their petto.
i
There will be a Mother's Day
BAPTIST We would like te remind' our
530
New Bethel will be honored program May 8 beginning at
10250 S.W. 176th Street Sunday. May 8 with a Mother's' p.m. sponsored by the Sunday many friends of the siftgtog program
Perrine Florida School and Young Matrons at the which U. sponsored f'Ve1'7Slturda1'
Da> sermon.
4 church. night by the No. 2 ene4r.
On Sunday the pastor will de. The *>eaker will be the va- The No.1 choir Invites you toa Bro Heddicfc in eha dinners. To the
liver a special Mother's Day ciou and charming Mrs. C. B. fashion walk Sunday, May 8 at public and members are
message during the morning ser Miller. Mrs. Miller Is a member 4 to 6 p.nv at the Range Chapel on sale every Saturday at the
vice.At of New Mt Zion Church of Ilialeh. 3727 NW lElh ave. Donation 25c. home -f Sis Cortne fierce 3360VW
the night service a special She is the past district The Young Matrons invite. you 49th ten., iihone NC 4-7T23.
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-Y- --- Mother's Day will beheld You call for '
program president of Florida East Coast to a Candlelight Tea Saturday. may deUft1'1.1"'Itese
MRS. MARION JOHNSON Sister Margaret nolle, vice Bati Training Union Congress.She May 14 at 8 pm. at the home of d.nner are told'" to help raise
Chairman president of the Baptist Training is known to be a dynamic Deacon and Mrs Cleveland Bell f nd> for choir No 2's anniversary
Union is the sponsor of the pro speaker. If you miss her you'd 753 NW 67th st Donation $1.00. .
The women of SL James Bap. gram. be missing a treat Let us come The No. 2 choir invites you In! Sick and hu'-ins are Sis.
tilt Church Rev. J. L. Johnson., and be on time. a musical program Sunday. May Jackson and Sis E'-zabrth: Lee.
pastor are going all-out to
make their First Woman's Day SALTER'S CHAPEL Coming soon? Woman's Day. ---.. ."...2---:.:::... -
Sunday May 8. a day long to be Rev If J. Benson, pastor Let us not forget. to pray for the
remembered. Mrs. Marion John- Ruth Twiggs, reporter sick and shut-ins everywhere
son chairman, and Mrs. Julia Sunday School ._.......... 930 Get out of the rut! Come and see
McDonald, co-chairman, with Morning worship ,.......-.,., _11:00
their captains are determined to I ACE League ___. 330 ST. JAMES A. M. E.
reach a high goal. Evening worship ... .M 7:00 HunterWHO
-Rev. H. McNesi Harris pastor Bishop
Mrs. Laura Williams will Church of Th. Open Door Mrs. Sadie F. Dean reporter
speak at 11 am. and the Her. Sunday School ......_.__. ,:SO
Mrs Emma F. Watson will deliver (Congregational) Morning Worship ......__. 11:00A. IS WELL '--- -" ;

the evening message at 730. Rev. H. C. !McDowell pastorA. C. E. League ........__. 5:30
The public is invited. E. IfcNeal. reporter Evening Worship ............., -.. 7:00: KNOWN AS ,

The new pews were Installed Sunday. May 8 will observed as PROF. HUNTER 4;:

In the church last wek to the Mother's Day. Let everyone honor TilE INCARNATION For the past 33 rears
joy of the pastor, members and his or her mother by offering a

friends. prayer in some church. She would (Episcopal) If you are sick and
want it that way. 135 N.W. 54th St.
Our minister will continue the Father E. S. Clarke. Jr, Vicar worried or In trouble ,
BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST series, -Witnesses to His Resur this ia the place to.

2749 N W. 49th Street rection. Church School SUNDAY..._.._._ 9JO come. Don't stay In the
Dr. Ira Block
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Rev R. Thompson, acting pastor churches of the, secretary Home for Mission new Confirmation Instruction 10:00 nit. Push back the veil

Annie I'ratt. reporter (for children) the lack of under.standing .
Sunday School ......._._, 9JO Board Christian of the Congregational. Sung Mass ............ __ 10:43 of
Morning wortnlp "'_".,-..?... 11:00 Churches from the office The Et-iscopal Churchwomen of and bad luck ,
Evening worship .......,,.,. 7:00 Ft in Lauderdale New York were and his visitors motherof at the Incarnation are sponsoringtheir that Hem to hold you 1

W*. are grateful to have with our church last Sunday. Rev. annual Mother's Day Tea at I in your track and ad. t
us the Rev R Thompson super Robbin Ralph and Dr. Block will the crutch Mrs. Charlotte Ford vance forward by the p. ,
nu-ndcm of Missions of the meet with our trustee board to Clarke u the guest speaker. The;' help of God.
public I t.I cordially Invited. The
Florida East Coast Association as consider a site for our church .
time is 4 JO
our interim pastor, since the home. : pjn Your home and .
death of our beloved pastor, the Six new members were addedto WEDNESDAYLow everyday '

Rev E. D. Richardson. Everyone the church rolj and five ba. mass ..._......_..-.._... 630 axo. life can be madehappy.
was thrilled with his message bits were christened in church. Evensong and Confirmation He will show f.

last Sunday morning as he spoke Our summer conferences' for Instruction for adults 8 p-m. you how to bypass your .. ..-
from Uw 23rd Psalm. lie delivered youth will start June 11 to July Sacred Heart Meet ........ 830 p.m. enemies and the
another inspiring message 12 at our church camp site in Sts Arm-Margaret Meet 830 get
during the evening. Those who Avon Park for all children at Home of Mrs. Frazier Bradley things that God put in the world for you. Let the

cd heard these. discourses were lift register different school levels.!' Please 1870 NW 55th it.FRS. peace of God 611 your soul, mind and body then the
spr tually. with Clifford Matthews.
We extend a most cordial welcome YI power that is in you will be awaken and you will he

Com over into Macedonia and awe worship together.St. Junior Choir Michael's) 3:00 in a higher state of mind and spirit.
help us You are always welcome. I I Senior choir (St. Cecelia's' ) 830
Mary's W.M. Christian SUNDAY 10:30 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
Out UiuUins are Sisters Gus-
I I I The Saints Ann-Margaret
ale Mason.RtrhaKiMm Edna Giles and Rev. E. A Culmer. pastor chapter of the ECW is sponsoring Pr.f Hunt.,'. office Is open dally from 10 a .m. U p.m.

Mrs. S. Dawkins. reporter the IVinctana Elementary School for readings and consultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof.

Sunday School -..., ..,,.,,, pjj symphony band In concert on la licensed by the State and County. a Reader,
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME Morning worship ......,.,,,, 11:08 Monday, May 9 at 8 p-m. in the
Evening worshio T.... ..-L11,.,, 7JC parish hall Subscription, children Located at 5417 Southwest 17th St., Hollywood Fla.
RiciTM n4 Heights t Sunday School was opened by IS cents, adults 35 cents. This
Rev L. R Bro'rn. paver Miss Helen Trotman. The lesson band is under the direction of One mile east of 7th Ave. or Highway 441, Old
Wilma Harris, reporter was reviewed by the pastor. Freddie Morley who !is a teacherat Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remember

Sunday School ...........?.._..-_ ..sO Sunday, May 8 will be banner the school the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood,
Morning worship ..............._... 11.-Of Sunday. The class raising the Florida.
ACE League .......-. .. ............. 430 most money will receive the ban BAHA'I ASSEMBLY
I Bishop Hunter Is alb the of The
pastor Spiritual Temple otZlon
ner.The Mr and Mrs.
I Ib1' Henry Well of
TEMPLE BAPTIST morning worship was led Clayton, Mo.. Bahal circuit Inc same addree Visitors. welcome every Sunday night

Mother's Day will be fittingly minutes the pastor. He lectured for five .' teachers, will speak 8 fm. May 7:30 .......
Paul to Corinthians 28 6 at the Bahal Center, 137 NW
observed. The children's choir 121rhanb
to God Which Give'us .
llth .
will sing at the morning worship. The ave.Mr ; .. a
.. Victory to '. ,. ,. "
All mothers and grandmothers The testimonial service was en. Well is an Insurance executive 1
will be presented with a souvenir Joyed and spiritually blessed. with. the professional rating
by their children, and the old. Both choirs furnished music. of certified life underwriter. Mrs. I II II.

est and youngest mothers will The evening devotion was led Well a Phi Beta Kappa, Is a for-
receive special honors. by the pastor. He preached from I met high school teacher. She has
ColkJsians 3rd chapter "Our been active in service organiza-
The Mother's Day program will Sins are hid with Christ our i tions including scouting' the I II
be presented: br the young people Lord.? Holy communion was i American Association for the
during the BTU hour. served. '] United Nation and in religious .F
Society Mrs.I I Sunday being Mother's Dar''education. Both Mr. and f u
The Missionary J.ln.1 I I
Hepburn president, will let us pay homage to our mothers. Well are members of the ? 1
Florence
Those who are far and near and Teaching Committee for the
present The First I are gone to the Great Beyond, Baha'ia of the South Central
playlet In four *FruitJ&j&j i the church as a whole is praying i State They will c! C'USIrh..I I. -

is evening invited.at Donation 8 o'clock.50 : for our sick Way to World) Peace. ... ,. _, .



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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA with the Rev P. S. Brown officiating.

PACE 12 Young Breedlore was a
.SATURDAY.MAY[ 7, 1960 DEATHSFrancis I I student of Florial Park Elementary -
Scbcol. He Is survived by
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette

.., Breedlove Sr. a grandmother -
CARDSMEMORIALSLAKI I x r Mra. Erma Taylor.

Funeral services for the lateMrs. Moses Jones. 2141 Rutland St..
Btoneva Dunwoody of 120 Opa Lock, was found dead
) Ur THANKS Loyal Friends NW ISKh it.. apt. 9 who died April 28 at the above address.
April 30. were held 5:30 Thurs- Funeral services were held
We the family of the late. I i,I Remember"Luggage day. May S at St Agnes Episcopal Thursday May 5 at St James
JAMES A, WILLIAMS J'' Church with the yen Father AME Church with the Rev. Rod
who died April 9. take this Fats"Through I Jonn E. Culmer officiating Mr. dy officiating. Final burial will
method to thank the many ones D ft"oooy is survived by her be held in Leoesbur, He is survived
for their! kind form of consoling the efforts of Sandy bw..oand. Ralph; 5 children, her by a sun, Theodore Jones,
expression of sympathy espec Green popular sportsman, social mouser Mra. Lea Hamilton; two his mother and several other
tally do we thank Father John and civic water, an appeal was 01.awn, Kenneth Hamilton of ;. t relatives.
E. Culmer the neghbors of 5th' recently made to his friends f
PAst and 6th avenues and the M. S. cash donations, whereby a bu=Interant Robert Moore of 1541 NW 1st
Allen Mortuary and staff. I floral wreath would be purchased g.een Mtnrial Park. I place died at Magnolia Hospital
May God bless you Individual and presented at the funeral services M nday, May 2. Funeral services -
ly and collectively. Fats of the late Edgar (Luggage The funeral of Johnnie Harvard will be held in the chapel

W The FamilyIN Mr.) Thompson. of 16SOO NW. _211 ave! who, 4 4q Saturday. May '7 at 4:30 pjn. He
Thompson, pioneer Mi- I .-. is survived by his Mra.
r
unian o.eu /vprti su win bt" ****** z yw : widow
and I
a well known, well- 'Saturday at the Church of God,q Lena Moore a step daughter
liked
figure died In New York Mrs Ruth Garrett of 1928 NW
1747 NW 3rd Mrs. Fkwie Jackson tour
ave, with the Rev. listen
MEMORIAMIn City on April 26 and was fun- E.der Atkins 59th It, died in Para Villa Con and two brothers.
calked from Richardson's Mortuary officiating. Mr. valescent Home May 4. Surviving
sad but loving of on May 3. Harvard u survived by bis wife
memory are a godmother, Mrs. Hattie
Katie
Eie Williams 1351 NW 56th
our dear wife The Mae three children; a
wreath U
mother bbs
grand presented to the : of Winter Haven. She was
mother and sister deceased motmri, Mrs. Oia Drown.; four !It. died Monday. May 2 at Mt
was a broken wheel of a member of Greater Bethel AME
MRS MATILDA L. RUSSELL red roses dotted sisters; three brothers, 12 grandch. Church Sinai Hospital. The body will be
with white and where services are tentatively

who departed fills life 8 orchid ..<*ren. The body will be on I May chrysanthemums It borea set to be conducted on
1949. v.e A in the chapel from Mrs. Williams Is survived by
Friday '
pale yellow banner bearing an May 7 at 2 pen after which the
Sweet are the memories of a inscription from The Girls and 4 p-m. until funeral time Satur- body will be sent to Winter Haven I Mrs her husband Ullie Willie, a mother,
loved one that never fade. SoLs of Second Avenue." day. for burial. She was also amftnbe.r Kate Hill, three child-
Mr. Cleveland ren. Cathy. Mary and James.
Russell I Theresa flower uop creaiea of Greater Miami
husband the floral design. Joe Hamlin cf 1856 NW lit Temple: No. 7G9 Daughter Elks.
Mrs. Martha Clark daughter place died May 3 at his residence. I Deborah Ann Williams, 2783'
Mr. Charles Russell con Mr. HamHn Is survived by his NW 42nd t. died Tuesday May.
Mrs. Dorothy L. Alexander IN MEMORIAMIn wJe, Cora, George Hamlin andother Richardson 3 at Jackson Memorial HospKal. -
granddaughter sad but loving memory of relative Funeral arrangement Funeral services win be -
Mr. Louis Fisher brother our dear husband, son and brother are incomplete.: Mrs Viola Walker, 2511 NW, held In the chapel on May 6 at
Mr. Cyril Fisher, brother 153rd at, died in Jackson Memorial 1 c:.m. She is survived by her
Mrs Dora Robinson, sister FRED BLYTHER Gu Johnson of 400 NW lth st Hospital on April 30. The mother and father Mr and Mrs.
who passed away on May 8, apt. 5. dkd May 3 in W eat body was shipped to Waynesboro, Chartar{ Williams, her grand-
Hollywood following a long 111nej. I Ga. May 5 1:30 p-m. Itoenagee nvther, Mrs. Willie Mat WflI -
CARD OF 1958.May he rest In peace, and may Mr. Johnson is survived by I Funeral Home will complete" funI Williams.
THANKSThe light perpetual shine upon him. nis wife Mrs. LiUie Johnson Ar- eral arrangements' Mrs. Walker\
Mrs Katie Biyther. wile nngemen4s are lneon ete.I is survived by her husband Alex Vergie Smith of 320 NW 7th
family of the late, Mrs. Irene Blyther motherI two sons, one daughter. st, died April 2 In Jackson Ho*.
f .Jam.. DIYtlwr.,, .Ih.. EdHr ThOl'nn&- ..ft ''f....._-_ I pltal. PLrwd arnnftmenb- aN
I I 2-sisters, and"#one brother I I Fits died in New York City on incomplete.
House
of Albert. April 27.' Funeral held May 3.
2:30: pan from Richardson Chapel Eugenia Romer of 42 NW 10th
r IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Eke Gordon a well with burial In Lincoln. .t.. died Monday. May 2 In Jack-
I! known beautician of 1819 NW son llorpitaL Funeral arrangements -
Usnu loving memory of our moth 5th place died In Christian Hospital Range are Incomplete.
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and .
er
I grandmother May 2. She
P I Is survived by -- -- --
I her huband. a fatter son. on* Elijah
Su brother, .Abe dine 6051 NW 21st I
.._ Richardson, an I ave, who drowned April 28. was FOR RENT
rei j aunt. Services will be conducted' !!buried May 4 at New Mt Moriah HOUSE. 3-bcdroom CBS Florida
May 9
SOl at 2
at Mt '
pjn. Zion
'Baptist Church with room $at
the Rev A. a month Liberty City
M I Baptict Church
with burial in I 11. '
tb. Lincoln. She will be Shipp ctficiaUng. Young Clio area. WI 7-2420 day or nightTO
on view In
was a student at Floral Park
ret the chapel from 12
until noon Sunday Elementary school. He Is surviv.
r funeral time.
ed by his mother, Mrs. Cora Lee
ap Infant Edmond. Cline, three sisters seven broth- TO H
aon of Mr. and ers.
M Mrs. Jtardwkk Edmond of 6380 ACHE
IhTl :VW 20th ave. was still born In
Lafayette Breedlowe tmi Baia Nwpi.
Mt. Sinai of 1069 i
Hospital May 4, NW 55j Terr. who drowned on
Thursday April 28 will be bur
in IN MEMORIAMIn ied Saturday May 7 at 1 p.nx wfit ORA ,B
Jo from Mt Tabor Baptist Church
I loving memory of our dear
frB p departed father and mother ,
ANTHONY Mcl.X>D. Sit
MRS. I.ITJ.IE B CURRY r I wale departed this life. May 10
who died ca April 15 and was R laid to rest on April 23 take MeLEOO BETHEL
this method of expressing thanks I *" ho departed this life May 4, of beautiful
Si and appreciation to the many I t& 8. new dresses, values to $25
M friends who were so kind during Gone, but not forgotten. May
a> its hours of bereavement Thanks tht'y rest in neaee and may llrht Only $1.00 and
fer your cards, letters, telegrams, MAUDE CLARKE HILTON 'perpetual Mine upon them.- --- up
flowers, cars and all other kind who departed this life on April The Famly
W gestures of sympathy. Again 30. 1959. I
in thanks to everyone for every May she rest in peace and may IN UNIFORMS
Fl thing. I light perpetual shine upon her. MEMORIAMIn

01dt The Family Ronald G. Clarke SOB loving memory of our dear

l Edna Roland K. V.Clarke.Clarke grandson mother, $1.00 $2.00 & $3.00

wla IN MEMORIAM daughter-in.4aw Values to $12

fr In sad but loving memory of IN MEMORIAMIn Men's, Boy's and Children's Clothing at Lowest Prices

f'I our dear father, grand father and SPECIAL CONSIDERATON TO DEALERS

.dI........ brother.si dear sad but loving memory APPAREL OUTLET
my husband ofl I
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, BEACON WILLIAM B. FORBES who departed this life May 7.

r who entered Into eternity on May WILLIAM EMORY NAIRN Take 1958. ray life and let me aim. most in living for the least money
9 1959.
who departed this life May 4, Always only for my king.
how tweet It will be, 1965.
b
tin Take myself and I
will be
d that beautiful Und Gone, but not forgotten I Ever, only all for thee. MR. PINE OX 1-5432
So far from all sorrow and pain; Sleep on, dear husband and Two year have passed since
With songs on our Up. take your rest; we loved you but you left us mama dear. We loved
I And .lWitb harps In our hands Jesus loved you best )'OU. but God best Apply 7101 N.W. 14th Place No.4THfi
To meet one another ate"p Mrs. Lilla Nairn, wife Haze! C. Sanders daughter ,
The Family and Family Frank ).I. Newman too .
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NICELY FURNISHED three bed MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
room house. Quiet surroundings,
in Ops Locke (Bunche Park
SATURDAY MAY 7 PACE
1960 13
Desirous ,
area) of clean, nice,
= C quiet family. For Informs)D
csll NA 16454. 2 ..
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TWO BEDROOM. Furnished -
house 2315 NW 52nd st Pbone 1

A' PL 40627. l I Live In Downtown ;

EFFICIENCY APT. and bedroom I
I.ouR In private home. 1307 NW 58th

st I Liberty City .

One' 1 and 2 bedroom apt. Near

FOR RENT I I FURNISHED Apt. 1 bedroom. AU bus step.owned.City See water' spts and at 3368-privately -I I :

I modern., Adults. 729 NW 53th 3370 NW Slat Terr cr call S.: 1-2-3 Bedroom Apts.
11,000 DOWN I,Terr Phone MU 10325. Gilbert NE 4-4321 3371 NW
5-room bouse. 2 ppartmenU. Slat st
One rented for $20 week. Payments HAVE LARGE 2-bedroom apt
$40 week. 1044 NW 64th for rent $20 per week.' 6100 NW LOVELY quiet room for fentle- VERY MODERN
st 117th are.I man. Kitchen privileges> NE
I 5-5283. M14
ROOM 2173 NW 5th Place. I NICE CLEAN ROOM. Would $1.400 to $2300
M7 prefer nice, neat' single young ROOM IN private home. Quiet Weekly
(man. 334 NW 11th st, apt 5. OX 11814.
TWO-BEDROOM bou>e. Private FR 1-4X22. indf
bath. Utilities. $16 per week. LOVELY HOMH. Adult $25 24-Hour Maintenance Service
5552 NW th are. PL 1-SM2. 1 FURNISHED ROOM in quiet week. New colored section.
Privilege of burin*. NE 5-5568.
home, near downtown. P'rf'tIlnl'1f' '
HOUSE. One bedroom complete- working person. Call FR FURNISHED APT Bonus System Now
tt furnished. Good surroundings. 3-9327. One bedroom.
$15 per week. Apply at 1W4 NW No children Call OX 1-5343 or
FR
9-4859.
Mth ,t. NE 5-8913. I(NICE FURNISHED ROOM with
I Call Bonds OX I76II
( Mr.
private> bath in new home. 1896 HAVE NICE 1
bedroom
ROOM Abo a kitchenette forrent NW 71st st OX 1-3827 Call home for
rent 111 per 1ft"f'k. Come to 8100
FR 4-1424. I I I morning. x'W 17th a.e>
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ROOM Private entrance. Fore NICE CLEAN ROOM. $7.00 and LOVELY nOUSE with two bed-
. "-.le man or married couple. up. Men. Phone NE 55141.In.. rooms. Florida room, plus car I
2531 NW 5th Sl NE 5-4920. Thompson
i _,____,_______ porte fn with beautiful landscaping
the heart" of Editon Center.1
HOUSE 2 bedrooms quiet HAVE FURNISHED one bedroom See it at 1037 NW 68th *t It Is
ne.ghborhood.: 2441 NW 63th It. apt. for rent $17 per week 6100 a real plan for quiet and '
NT 54920. ,NW 17th aYe> fortable> living Adults C'IIrft-1 I Homes For I
Must br experienced In fating
care of a good home.> PL 80792.
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A bargain Call FR 10994. M7
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THE RIGHT PRODUCT TO BUY AN W Lew fig potential RNHMb1f' Tile Bathroom
1101 NE ISlrt Terr.
ADDED ADVANTAGE TO KNOW THE North Miami Reach
New Paint Inside and Out
PERSON FROM WHOM YOU BUY IT."
1393 DOWN Home> for sale 6100
Free Estimates Phone NW 17th ave Modern Kitchen

Day or Night PL 4-7929
FHA Terms Na Money D..... Up U FOR SALE Screen in Front and Back Porch

$0 Month ta Pay BRAND NEW
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BILL ROBINSON PRESENTS .

KELSON AND HIS EXCITING
THANKS
AFRO-CUBAN DANCERS
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I am very grateful to

THE MIAMI TIMESfor Lil-"The Hips"

its endorsement of Satch Robinson, M. C. '-
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me. I wish to thank all ti W. C. BAKER AND HIS COMBO WITH LITTLE CLARA JAY *

of the voters, who FEATURING HAPPY ROSE

showed their confidence FRIDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY

in me, and re- .

NIGHT OPEN HOUSE ,
MONDAY -
elected me to the

WEDNESDAY AMATEUR CONTEST
School Board.
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THURSDAY DANCE CONTESTFor

in a Mid-day Taste Bar Opens 11 a.m.
My special thanks to all who helped me my

campaign: 6000 N.W. 7TH AVENUE

ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
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TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Beauticians PrepareFor Masons Close


vac u 'iwviw sawu. iwvm am.By State MeetThe Session at PensacolaThe AoNeymIon Stills

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Most Worshipful Prince Guarantee to give Your
.. 23rd annual convention of Hall Grand Lodge A. F. and AM.
: ;,,'n. \.n 'C<+ ''' '''''': :: :T<:::''":( ; the Orange Blossom Beauticians Jurisdiction of Florida was held Marriage Year Around

n.n. : ', Association, Inc., will convene In in PmsI<'Ola. April 18 19. 21. Honey Moon Happiness
.' West Palm Beach May 15 thru
..... .. .. ... .. "':. :.. : A:. ...: 19. members are expected to travel L.New W. Howard officers, elected 33rd degree were Most Rev Regardless of your age,
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tV : \tiru by bus train cars and planesto Worshipful Grand Muter Jacksonville Height or the type of work
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i ; attend this convention to make
: : ; D. D. Jackson 33rd degree do
you
: .. ;. :. i ,r it one of the most outstanding of Deputy Grand Master, Orlando
: ; "': all the sessions in the history of E. F. Aldrich, 33rd degree FREE at home maaaurtment far
.. ..{ 1 p the OBBA Chapters number 0 Territorial; Grand Master. Miami. married couple only In Die
i and 33 have for Miami
completed plans area
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111 ..... .. .. Royal Grand Chapter Order of
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\' Q ntxn ::::::;;;:::::. :::. entertaining the conventioneers Eastern Star. Mrs. II. B. Miller, 12S.7S to couples weighing leas
royally. Royal Grand Matron Green Cove than 250 Ibe.
.
: : (t1it.jj! tfft; ;_ Mrs. Ollle. Mae Walker of Jack Springs. S.7S for couple weighing mere
; scnville, chairman of educationhas Miamians attending were Coy than 250 Ibe.
a sound program to preventat Allen. W.M. Good Hope Lodge DO It Yenreelf
PA the oratorical contest on Monday .l''No. 71: Hcrace White W. M. $3.75 to $10 to have Installed In
A. W. COOKE night D. A. Julius chairmanof 11 1 Miller Lodge No. 100; Ernest' Me. Your Home
the workshop has a two-day{ Daniels. H P.. Royal Arch Mason Send
W Haw many of you during your I,, rrn gently not roughly towarddoing program to improve and aldjevery ; Arthur Dixon delegate-at- money erdera ermeasurement
lifetime, hive wanted to do some a little better. Let us value beautician in the teahnique 1 large; Fletcher Lee Taylor. District request te
St great thing? Have you everl j the voice of experience: mere and of styling coloring, and business Deputy Grand Master, CREATIVELY YOURSP.
wanted to write a book that all I I the voice of prophecy less and administration I Dade and Monroe Counties; Mrs.
would read or pen a tone that ttt"me'ba.kt us faring home to Mary J. Lightfoot District Deputy O. Box 1653
all would sing? I think we all our children: that more of life'i Mrs. Florence All of Pompano Order of Eastern Stars Miami 1 Florida
inspire to do big things. Maybe I I wealth is found in the common State Baslleus of Theta Nu Sorority Dade County; Mrs. Katie Bell ,
that 1s our trouble. We are to i,pleasures home, health and has additional plans to enhance River*. W M.. Tabernacle Chap toDRIVER'S
concerned with doing big things h Jdrf'l1. Let us not pray, "0 h, the meeting.' One of the ter No. 154.
that we fail to see or realize ,, lArd help mt." But let us pray highlights of the convention t Is
that little things mean a lot and "Lord help my children to ape the chosen Twenty-Five Banquet I
eventually add up to big things f predate his own parents honoring the state president and
Booker T. Washington at theopening and Father bf'Jphem to hive all unit presidents Mrs. All I.ttwo is
of the Atlanta Exposition n..if about the worth of men and chairman." Mrs. Bertha Perry LICENSE I
In 1895, told a story of how (rs. about their wealth. Make nf Miami. chairman of the artist
a ship lost at sea for many days hm: somehow boast less and bureau. promises" something entirely
suddenly sighted a friendly vessel 'boost more. Slow my child down different! exciting andstuxnsfful BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
From the mast of the unfortunate r that he hurries less, for those in a dramatic climax '
vessel was seen a signal.! I mho seem to take this approach of the hair style show that win
"Water, water we. die of thirst" <* uilly make more progress. And thrill everyone.' j O'BERRY'SMAGIC
The answer from the friendly above al kt him esteem the The' proclamation !
sent
bade, "Cast friendship of God out by II CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
vessel at once cam more May the the state president Mrs. Alain. j
down' your' buct'tbere your Master" of us blest you cousins S, Waldon proclaiming April 91 I 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
I I
** Amen
A Mcond
a time the signal thru 18 as Orange Blossom Beauty .
Water water: send us Wlt--' Week was observed by topsover I OX 1.5283
ran up from the distressed' Teasel OPEN HOUSE AT the state with success' A I

I was answered, "Cast down past-f1\'f'fttkln tour to Nassau _._.c
your bucket where you are." Anda JACKSON HOSP. has been planned for a two-day|
third and tourth signal for rleasure Jaunt. loin us for this I)i
water was answered "Cast down'
exciting trip Place of _
Dade County citizen will registration
get
bucket where are.-
your you a chance to we first hand how' : Jenkins Beauty Box 811 ''tOP t LI1'YI
The captain of the distressed Railroad LOtR ftUG
Ave. for
some of their tax dollars have Unity and
vessel at last the Injunction
heeding
been strength don't forget to vote!
when
spent Jackson Hospital ICAL'S |
: cast down his bucket.
and it came up full of sparkling holds "Open trOUteMa, I 8
Usmi water from the mouth of the in observance of National Hospital I
Wee*. [
P a \ Amazon River t believe Old
hooker T. would say to those of Guided tours will be conducted I
Su his race who now arc thinking of from 1 pjnn. to 4 pm. through BAR & GRILLE
in bettering their conditions by on* four of the most recent additions
sos day doing some big thing or who to the booming Metro medical NOW SERVING
M underestimate the fmportaac of center
the cultivating or bringing home to I
BREAKFAST WNCHAND 111s. ,
fft their children the importance of I Main attraction will be South ,: ', 11
doing the little things. Vast Wing, a spanking new eight, DINNERAt
down your buckets where you r story structure Joining the cen ( DRUG
'1) tnl building, Built the Popular Prices
M are. Cast it down in helping to tune of .!_
your children to develop the $2.000.000. the ultra modern' 205- !
ifv'
Tl quality hi life which make us doth bed facility raises the hospital's 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave. WaYH
little brat capacity to 1484 beds.
things around us that red! Jslilvstta,
need to be done. The impression Manager
T gained' from this Also open' for public inspection
in story was that
will be the Mental Health DuUd-
to( you have to do something for
ing. Nursing Education Buildingand .
yourself It
frt you want to better UKnt'W
nurses home
race conditions, which is Just aU
about the. way it works out incur completed' within the put year
B day.t -dIY effort It YOU and a half YOUR CREDIT IS O.K. ATBAKER'S

want better living conditions we FRIENDSHIP
have to do BAPTIST
something for our-
R4 .
selves. Rev. r J Hum** na-torriai
fl'. WlUoa. reporter
SiEi riepfv
We look "
M and around at our child Sunday School ...__.., 930
ren we criticize them. We Morning services' ..._..-.. ... 11:00
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fall to see or realize our children BTU ......................._._..ji.T... 530 h store
Uf
'n rents for the most part, are so _
FJ busy' trying to make a living that Let us continue In prayer for
01 they don't seen' to have time to the sick and those who are North
.
d raise! their children. Yet' they 1 grieved.Rcrtember
R e hopeme day to do something' Monday night May
toward helping the race On the 9 We are to accompany the paa-
vrla other hand, most of the parents' !I I tor to the Macedonia Baptist

fret who their" do children spend" a try little to time remake with Church the Rev in J. Coconut A. T. Flnlayson Grove where Is the NO MONEY I DOWN' I

pastor
Address
h di' ward them or towards push' doing them roughly a little bet for Road and Charles comer Ave. Douglas

ter. Let us all resolve, for example The church is expected to be
l not to try to remake our. present

cihi selves family, or or other the people members who of work our NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH fake many months tp pay!

with us. Let us recognize that Rev H. C. Saotuela. pastcv
most people' including ,, buallv
siAl ourselves Mrs Evel n Granger reporter e .
do a pretty good Job. Let us !Sunday School .. .. . s s
solve to do re- L-,,, 930 : ; ; **V. > ' .;; .' .. .. .. *> jryoiin : .- -
all the little things Morning service ".._______ 11:KM
around to us that need to be done: BTU ._ ., ..............-., DMA! e e
rt puh ourselves and our child- Evening worship ,rim.-r..L,.. 7-Si s

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i. ': Only $24)0 : Hew Laet 1.MLWI... ................ ........ .. for ypur 1/rtmrfffate w)
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i Model S. W. 117th Ave. and 136th Street S: Uat 2 PIocet w.... V.. Haw c.M '
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't. l.'4.. ..y...!t. All Dorsey parents Jr.of High students are requestedto attendIng I I SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1960 PAGE 15 "il

.. ,"". ... ..ti.. be present on Monday night I I
'" May 9 at 8 pjn. for our final
PTA meeting This meeting is MT. HERMON A. M. E. Gay and Sister J. Stracbtn hsvbeen
very: Important for two special Rn. Samuel Gay appointed to a commute.
features are on the afenda. Our pastor They will for
band concert and election of of- Sunday School ............... WO on prepare this great day your a short enjoyment
ficers. Please make It a date to Morning worship. 11:04 but enjoyable; After the
program.
be present Evening worship .. ......., too Mother's Day program the Famous -
Publicity Committee Heavenly! Stan will appearin

School LunchAss'n I As the result of our second annual person! This is In behalf of the
Spring Rally coming off on Missionary Society.

Tea SundayThe the fourth Sunday la April reports Let's not forget to pray for the
were short of our goat Our
sick and
our members who
Dade areaway
CountySrfiool intention this Sunday is to
The Dade County School attending the general con
reach that
1a goal. Repeatedly In ference.
Lunch Association will hold its Mt. Hermon the members all are
j annual tea Sunday. May' 8 at willing for a second try. On this
Phyllis Wheatley School at four Sun y our rally will com to a
c'cock.!

ryd cram Featured will on be the music musical by I'f'O-the Sunday is. Mothers Day. Don't Fret Fight!

A Northwestern Senior Hirh mixed "Blessed art thou among wo
4 w I ensemble and the Singing An- men." Luke 128.42.
else Sister Norma Hall, Sister bell Join The NAACP

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4 j. PUN PHUN RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE

n r 1'1111. f "'F.nrrrhaps Rectal Diseases 9 Varicose Veins

1 -- Efftctirc painless, non.surglcal' ) office
:.; ."'- a treatments at low coatno -
.loss time' ar Income. Avoid and
The thrree pupils shown In the for first place After several ad- you may' recall my surgery haspltallsatlon. Why
picture are children from Rainbow diUona) rounds the following resulted dkicoune the Boston Tea Part wear truss Why suffer, delay. and get worse,
Park Elementary School who : ] frtfn"( the 3rd annual Rainbow 2nd place" Juanita Lucky. and ltber-tea. Well Pm on a binge Special, medication 4
Park-Ibelnche Park Spelling 3rd pace Detores Miller. again, not a tea binge this time' treatments, diets for arthritis. neuritis, ulcers '.
This contest was held at Other participants from Rain- but a Knee binge, broucht on by blood. pressure, singe' anemia' lost vigor' chronic disease
BtMdw Park EefemeAtary on bow were Marsha Rlfbjr, RitnerNesbitt Rhee-cent events In KoJlhee-a. af men and women.
Here, too. liberty has been ,
12 involved won
April ten top speller -
from. Bunche Park and ten Brenda Coretha Perkins Det JamesSmith. Julia throurh sacrifice and gallant effort DR. LONG'S CLINIC 0 REDUCING.

top speller from Rainbow Park. Holloman and Patricia Johnson. The Bwton event has been 21 S.W. 11th Ave. PR S.I74J 0 A General. Health Service
The seal and written portions of The participant in the spelHnf Rhee-tteated. only this time it .
was Rhee himself who was dropped -- -'
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this e me*< were capably hand rare were surprised' by a Victory Into the .
sea of political
ed by Mrs. Carolyn PinkfteyYoim. Party Siren by the principal
.. lasfua e ana teaeatr at M,. Rosa Lee Fortsen. The entire I oblivion. Korean' lovers of democracy ::; .
\jrft"
I knew he needed Rheeplacement ,
NerfJi Dede Junior Hifh. Rainbow Park family: btuitf"
.
so they Hhee-nounced
Ala unusual. situation occurred' < proud of its recent' achieve'
I him
and
Rhee-lleved
I their counnr OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
wfcest *fce e three linens: tied ment. ol this Rhee-lentleas dictator.

,,.,.... ....Y "" ..............,-'..... ....,......., ...."' ........"' .. v.. v..< They wanted a democracy": not aRhe.publle I
baed on Rheenroach I SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
nhfl"-"- r1H!. and Rhee.Jertten '
K WeSt SomhcM-Timmt5 of the pe er that the Rhee-malnder of
Korea's Meters will be a history: \:
By FRANCES E. PALMER nf reason! refinement" and reform

_' .'r.. .'r...M"..,.-,...,...'.._.._..._.....rr_..rr..rr. .,J.J. rrrrr.'rrrrrr..rae o.w Rhee! (Note the absence of I

MOTHER Northwestern ChoirAt As for Mr Rhee himself 11 I
nray fw hk Rhee-birth' and J .
God took: fee ;;;.'sidle from the IncarnationThe Rhee-demption. i i NTI
skies 5nme Tears annn, when he was
And mad tfc* fewttent in yew. The Senior U1&h elected president" of Korea, I
eye. THe School choir will be featured at wrote thN pmphetle C?) verse f fI mew
aave yet Iwatst: and with .vokmn Evensong with a program The election Is over,
nil kv f tarred music on Sunday May And Rh.... wins the beta.I (
Made your divine bt of all. ft at 7:30 p.m. This service was hope Ko-Rhee.a l
He made vm mine.! formerly acheduled' for April 24, Ha* no Rhee-fretsf _
(This fa dedicated to my mother) because of the inclement weather --- .--- ---- .-
it was postponed for Sunday.
This is our final In the aerie of J. F. DEAL STUDIO
Solemn' Evensong with a program

WILLIE MANAGER WARD NEW of sacred music for the season. Phone FR 4-3034 ..i M*| |...r.. of keiwl.ota guide and pr"Iee1 yams tbro.dtar. '

If you have not attended durIng 307 N.W. 2nd Ate.Wa as a hlghIIMI.a pJd. .tat .a.1. Is a -tun..
The city reereaV.en: departmentis the year you owe It to yourself -
lumpy to announce' that theeernennalty to entoy" the last of these a.ey and enlarga. alcturva .f WIIK1 flTIIKIW FAIL YOU HKK >IK
nwfmmlnr tool and ...n... for the music is at its best
recreation' renter. locateed at the Arthur L Evans Is director ofhe year laved ones at half. prlca.Wa For Success in Business And Love

I! Nf1IMIr of Catherine and Thomas choir Make All Kinds' af Pldvrnc CONSULT HER -
' SrF..e... ta ncwr men under. new' Mrs BerthenJa White will ac-
mama*HBtnt. He have been very e'mpany them at the organ You can now have your home made happy
r1itnete m seeurift the service Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
rf Mr. awl Mrs' Willie Ward. Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
w4t* will w M be in eHarte of" all Dy the help of God she can help you
actJvttkw Paul G AIhttrT.1"f"C"n" -
nation director s4d roeenihr. "The Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or la
hlullnb4nv aSMi yard ha been trouble
M.eowule. .v gl>aa.d and everred .
tWM, ......... MI that the public ll will |.| IIMI !. rail cad ..* tltU dirirOlr.lnu> Ft rt

may.. .mV>. this etttaadkvc spot 1lherr llM>UMit f r yerwtb M1" be locKhml by Ibis ..ran<<. mMnrt iu. ire

)rVv. aw* Mr' K White WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY
....e4.esl Bethel AME! ChurchHie .
lien ev April 77 to attend *I'tM 1'" ....... (Jma. .tau drtlrered" .-. and II' f bUd.R e.f bract
awl will oH.n a say fur |.MI Ihruuxtilite
quadrennial upaaian of of .>M U Mill aJUe Inlay
t;e lral rw.f4ft"wbleh a th"l lrmibl.i| .*** ut Uf.w I K iwrt bits IbM .. I.Uw.1 l**<| you or
1'e. .e''.. hi Ix Anavtai. last .. ,tan .luiubU with him.I .

.. }ou doubt th. esl.teeKtt ol thine br.
Rev awl Mr' A Frankl'n! d .*.,
1,_.. and their baby dawchternenmaanifd Wbal tta i.u think <.f tl*. latUlble aatrs and MNUMOrr4H that
.J __ .... by Mrs ) .n*. Radio awl Trlr. '....... brwibte1
lift Krr We'ApeW ....... W1rrl.ra.
,Itw111r Penns. i II I ....... It.a ronreal" *.v rrK ....., In 0.-
34 .. ....... the qwadrenT I 1 ..- lefts It |ir
T. soealftn of tiny General Con. I lark earth or womb of Ktojr. T.na&l114: AM! ".tr.'fRLPOWER" t
t'-ref am of the AME Zion Church ,
wHstasi eastwaas in Buffalo May !
4,18. Straighten your hair Therefore, acquaint your (
I self with the one who la an ,.

Bath the Bv H opr will HOME In I authority. Whose private >
serve a* ,....#.* of the generalconfefvflre :1 consultation will evolve you "e
.wt.ca&n from the one easy applicationl : to a higher state of mind. '
South )'' '14s &erence of the I I I
AMGZ Ourrh The InN! deJe s- I is
All Information
8-tk'n wi1 return- to the city on Now you can have the looftr losing, r4rtrM hair 'I'

May 22.BIRTHDAY. you've admired. The easy Silky Strata borne methodfive I Strictly Confidential j jOffW ,,
protVaskmal-type results leaves your hair! ,
you
GREETINGSAeafeM e&rto manaca, ready to style as you desire. Your :, : II...,. A a.aa--- p....

C Pinder. John hair stays straight loafer, won't go back even in hottest, : Handaft 1O ..... to 1 pj*. itDon't
Ffntth Ham Moore Lmrte Tra- humid weather. Easy>io-foDow directions money-beck I I '
\.... Mrs Rowena Pinder. Mk.+ret guarantee in every p& u.ap. 5 Write--Call In Penon'II.l"
J.....Ha SMtfMlert. Phyllis Han- HRADtxn tixto ui
..... ClauBdine S+rayer. Edwina GENTLE ttnnfA forttutdrtttf ___ aM
Imein. Edna Mae Terry and $ lo+eesr,11wr. a>..cir. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
T...er.a Pt8 -r. REGULAR strrnjrtor--..a&orir STfLea

tNs1anthDay- to the eoantrkair. MADAM HUNTER
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TWO OUNCt! Ml S125iiiiir :
flami: Mrs BK t
fllllew1ft frier dI in
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Marc Etta MDank'Carter! Mrs D Johiven.IVitUhPinder c-.we aw U U.. sea,...tea .,,y 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami

Mm GPr'-utloe Bowles, Mrs. AT AU COSMiTiC' COUNTIM iiq Ruaxr
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RESIDENT 1 AGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1960

r PHYSICIAN AT \

, CHRISTIAN HOSP. I Ie Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFor

Fair Deals
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i New 54th bedroom$995 Street DOWN 2 bath Area CBS FAIR REALTY

home in nice quiet neighbor-
hood. Built oven and I

range. Many extra features.No .
closing costs no quali
fying. Small deposit will :- -\- 'T -\ to r'!

hold till closing. Balance IJ'I- .... .I
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lees than rent.


Near 75th Street '" ., ... .
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Beautiful bedroom" 2 bath ", "'
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CBS. Oak floors, tile roof, ,
l :
awnings, large screened ,
north" & many more extra .
I ..
Only one mortgage payment b :
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The appointment of Dr. Henry' with no closing costs. I ;l ,,
R J r1t.-.s ss resident: phyilcisn This very large home must ,.
at Christ.:an Hospital was an. be seen to appreciate. Callus I .J/ .'_.. .\
nounced' by John C Fullmore Jr. J.-- 1 ._ _
administrator last week. for an appointment. Also ..- "
2 bedroom CBS home. : --- -
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Dr. Jerkins comes to Chrlstisn -"
t
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Hospital with a rich background -.oIt.I-r
of experience" acquired! in 1= $395 DownWe ;J't:: ; '. .. ', 1
years of private prsctlce in Philadelphia hare 2 very nice com .. .,eo ".'. t
.
t
Pa Chrfetfen Hospital'snew pletely furnished homes. r

resident of Morehftt physician**. College! is a and graduate .Only $395 down and bal. &_ 1 '' R. : !'Kn' .E'
the Howard University Medical I ance less than rent. Close to % ? q 8 ... ,
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School. Unon graduation from shopping transportation & ,. "'

Freedmen Howard. Dr.Hmr Jerkins Ital In Infcroed WL In.c-at- schools. No closing costs. This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

ton DjC and completed one year Immediate possession., One
of cenersl surgery residency at mortgage payment. See to BRAND NEW 3-BEDROOM 2 BATHS CBS
the Dourlss Mptsl! in Philadelphia. day.
His training a to includes !
one year of srccisl study NORTH MIAMI BEACH BEAUTIES! !

in radiology.Dr. CASH FOR YOUR LOTs Front Porch Separate Utility Room

Jerkins served as clinical -- -= ----- Plenty Closet Space 0 City Water
awirtsnt In the gynecologicalclinic BRIGHT REALTYPL
of MDou 1u Hospitaland Bathroom Heater Close to 163rd St. Shopping
as school physician for the 7-8456 283 NW 79th St. o Shower Doors Oven and Range
Board of Education In Philadelphia. .
'I\ All Grassed 0 Large Bedrooms

We expect. to secure the ser. 1 CORNER AVAILABLE WITH CARPORTE
vices of an additional resident
rAiynldan !in approximately three nursing aDd service" personnel
weeks" say Fullmore. "The that will insure the maximum 795
board of trustees" and the administrator service to the patients admitted ONLY DOWNSEE
recognizes the necessity to the har +tal. The hospital expects
of providing for the citizens of to be able to render outpatient -
1523 N.E. 152ND STREET
the area a honpital that b not emergency services on a ONLY LEFT
only fully and modernly equipped limited bam In approximately OPEN SUNDAY 1-6 P.M.-SEE MR. GEORGE
but staffed with medical one month" __
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OPA LOCKA CUSTOM BUILT 3-BEDROOM BRAND NEW CBS

ONLY DOWN
$995 See 7450 N.W. 14th Ave.

NOW YOU CAN OWN A NOME Several Iota still available. Put up Carport utility room, other extras.
deposit. Build with your choice of Nice quiet area.ONLY .
IN BEAUTIFUL colors. Built-in oven and range, car.port *
screened Florida room, all largo $995 DOWN
RICHMOND HEIGHTS rooms. ,See new homes, N.W. 17th
Ave. and N.W. 153rd St. II

: LOW Down Payments Easy Terms J ONLY $595 DOWN

11615 and 11625 Pinkston Drive
I ONLY $495 DOWNNice Furnished 2bedroom. Only 1 mort

and 13847 Jackson Street small house for couple. 1.bedroom gage. $88 month. Close to buses and
1 partly furnished! Total price- shopping. See 2321 N.W. 59th St.

OPEN SUNDAY to 5 p.m. I $6,995 .t 6% at $65 month. See 7531 ..lIlIlIfl..1I 11 I 1111 ........ .....1I1l1l1l
N.W. 15th Ave.
JORDAN MORTGAGE CO. I ONLY $595 DOWN

Lovely 2bedroom. Clean home! No
Phone HI 4.9831TVSICK 2 houses on 2 separate lots
See 1941 N.W. 58th St. closing costs no qualifying. Only o.e
I
of $88 each month.
payment Deep
Open Sunday 1 to 6p.m.
I lot. Move right in. See 3146 N.W.
ONLY $995 DOWN 60th St.Brand.
I Furnished Close to buses

? I New 3-bedroom 2 baths

ONLY $995 DOWN Close to 54th St Custom built. For

Then dial FR 4-2044-9 to 9 Liberty. City 3-bedroom new CBS particular buyer. Has closed garage,
a.m. p.m. homes. Shower doors, Venetian blinds. hardwood floors. Luxury home.
SAME DAY SERVICE
Several to choose from. See us to
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS show. $2,500 DOWN

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Picture Tube Special J Il
VISIT OR CALL TODAY

17.INCH--$22.95 2MNCH
$29.95
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SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .... ........ $2.50

Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges 201 N.W. 62nd STREET PL 7.1645PL

RENT A TV '
71645We
Only $5.00 per week

are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Sun.

Vets Radio & TV Co. \ List your lots with us for quick cash sale


939 N.W. 3rd Avenue We have buyers. Best prices paid

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PHYSICIAN AT 1
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CHRISTIAN HOSP._ e Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFor

Fair Deal.FAIR .


54th Street Area

$995 DOWN
New 3-bedrooro2 bath CBS REALTY
I home in nice quiet neighborhood .

Built oven and
range. Many extra features.
No closing costs, no quali
fying. Small deposit will ,.. --. 'T -.

hold till closing. Balance J') .... _J ,
'T \/ '_ .
less than rent. .

Near 75th Street ; itr;; fa -. .&
x
w i'1 :
Beautiful bedroom, 2 bath .. ..,.... .
CBS. Oak floors, tile roof, L. .

awnings, large screened t ...-r.. ..,.
porch & many more extras. ... .
Only one mortgage payment :
The appointment of Dr. Henry with no closing costs. T" 1J .j
R. Jerks as resident: physician This very large home must ..,. 'J .
at Christian Hccpital was announced be seen to appreciate. Callus '* ,
by John C Fullmore Jr. : ?
administrator last week. for an appointment. Also ::; -
2 bedroom CBS home. .
Dr. Jertelni come to Christian -
Hospital with a rich background $395 DownWe ;...'lS';:.' ." .
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of experience acquired In n ": :
years of private practice In PhUadelphia have 2 very nice completely
Pa Christ bn IfcKpltar furnished homes. .
new resident physician !is a graduate
of Morehntne College and I Only $395 down and bal-
the Howard University Medical lance less than rent. Close to
School. I'non graduation from shopping transportation &

TTeedmens Howard Dr Ifmrnltal Jerkins In Interned Waging at schools. No closing costs. This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

ton D.C and completed one year Immediate possession., One
of ceneral surgery rwldeney at mortgage payment. See to- BRAND NEW 3-BEDROOM 2 BATHS CBS
the Dourlat Hospital in Philadelphia.
day.
Hu training ako Includes '
one year of special study NORTH MIAMI BEACH BEAUTIES! !

(fn radiology. CASH FOR YOUR LOT Front Porch Separate Utility. Room

Dr. Jerkins served as clinical sr --- Plenty Closet Space 9 City. Water
assistant In the gynecological BRIGHT REALTYPL
clinic of Mercy-Dougla Hospitaland e Bathroom Heater Close to 163rd St. Shopping
as school physician for thHoard 7-B456 283 NW 79th St. o Shower Doors 9 Oven and Range
of Education In PhtladeU
ohla. All Grassed 9 Large Bedrooms

We expect to secure' the ser. 1 CORNER AVAILABLE WITH CARPORTE
vices of an additional resident
physician In approximately three nursing and service personnelthat
weeks," say l'ul1moft'r h e will insure the maximumservice $795
board of trustees and the administrator \0be patient admittedto ONLY DOWNSEE
recognizes the necessityof the hagrftaL The hospital expects
providing for the citizens of' to be able to render outpatient -
the area a hospital that Is not; emergency services on a 1523 N.E. 152ND STREET ONLY ,2 LEFT
only fully and modernly equip limited baris In approximatelyone OPEN SUNDAY 1-6 P.M.-SEE MR. GEORGE
ped but staffed with medics, month."
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OPA LOCKA CUSTOM BUILT BEDROOM BRAND NEW CBS

ONLY $995 DOWN
See 7450 N.W. 14th Ave.

HOW YOU CAN OWN A HOME Several Iota still available. Put up Carport utility room, other extras.
choice
deposit. Build with your of Nice quiet area.ONLY .
IN BEAUTIFUL colors. Built oven and range, car
port, screened Florida room all large $995 DOWN
RICHMOND HEIGHTSLOW rooms. See new homes, N.W. 17th
Ave. and N.W. 153rd St. I

: Down Payments Easy Terms 1 ONLY $595 DOWN

11615 and 11625 Pinkston Drive
ONLY $495 DOWNNice Furnished 2bedroom. Only 1 mort

and 13847 Jackson Street small house for couple. 1-bedroom gage. $88 month. Close to buses and
partly furnishecL Total price shopping. See 2321 N.W. 59th St.

OPEN SUNDAY to 5 p.m. $6,995 at 6% at $65 month. See 7531 '1iItllIlI''II' '11111 1111 II tI
N.W. 15th Ave.
JORDAN MORTGAGE CO. ONLY $595 DOWN

Lovely. 2bedroom. Clean home! No
Phone HI 4.9831TVSICK 2 houses on 2 separate lob
See 1941 N.W. 58th St. closing costs, no qualifying. Only o.e
payment of $88 each month. Deep
Open Sunday 1 to 6p.m.
lot. Move right in. See 3146 N.W.
ONLY DOWN
$995 60th St.Brand.
Furnished Close to buses

? I New 3-bedroom 2 baths

ONLY $995 DOWN Close to 54th St. Custom built. For

Liberty. City. 3-bedroom new CBS particular buyer. Has cloaed garage,
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 to 9
a.m.
p.m. homes. Shower doors, Venetian blinds. hardwood floors. Luxury home.
SAME DAY SERVICE
Several to choose from. See us to.how.

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS $2,500 DOWN

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17.INCH-$22.95 21.1 NCH-$29.95

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SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .... ........ $2.50

Nile Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges 201 N.W. 62nd STREET PL 7.1645

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Only $5.00 per week

We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Sun.

Vets Radio & TV Co. \ List your lots with us for quick cash sale


939 N.W. 3rd Avenue We have buyers. Best prices paid

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