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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: February 28, 1959
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36TH :YEAR, NO. 27 MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES

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I James C. Evans Cited by Government FLORIDA LEGISLATURE STYMIED .

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PROBE OF NAACP


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The U. .-.. Supreme} coon. on-
sounded the death knell
Tuesday .
for the Florida legislative -committee -
..x NAACP Head. Attacks investigating "!"Commun

1st infiltration in the National
Association for the Advancement(
of Colpred People." ,''I, ). .
Herald Spelling Bee The high court granted a itay:
of a Florida Supreme CoUrC.or-;
t II iit ... der which had S directed four' officers -
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of the Miami NAACP to
The Rev, Theodore R., Gibson, list
state
membership ,
; militant (resident of the Miami S produce whether a they were members of
branch of the NAACP: lashed
the Miami branch of tho NAACP,
out Thursday at the Miami Her- knew
and tell whether they

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Three Dc artment of Defense and former secretary ,of the I ANA
emnlo"e'.s : one In the field of Army.In I Car Theft NAACP .
'financ'al! management, one in summing u, Mr. Evans' 'acconmlishments BEST LAWYER'SCharlie E. Johrfc ,of
8c'ntMc'! and the Department
research- one con-
of lit 'h y
chairman
Stark ,
,cerned with racial relations of Defense said: "Mr, Evans' :,il t
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have been selected by the National many contributions' to the national BrokenMiami committee Communist,.poobkna aaaoclatlane m
! Civil Service League to security ovet his more than 15 Ring the NAACP, Mid this:
receive. Career Service Awards years of service with the Department "The NAACP control, *
The Defense Department are deserving of high-
'Court.
and Metro auto theft I the U. 8. Supreme
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award, .winners are: est recognition, and mark him as detectives working Jointly cracked -' The \NAACP could file ,anyr,
Lyle S. Garlock, assistant sec- one of the truly outstanding civilian l and coUrt woUItigj
an airport car stealing ring thing 'that
of the Air Force financial officials in the Defense
retary ( >ant |t.MPretty
with the arrest of four youths.
management.) estab. ':isl!onent. Thursday good legal' :mind.
James' C. Evans, civilian assistant A man, of diverse talents Mr. >Metro auto squad chief Mur- huh CharlleT -
to the assistant secretary of Evans ''((was born in Gallatin, ry K. Weiss said the four suspects -
Defense (manpower, personnel Tenn., July 1, 1900. lie attended admitted the theft of late The ruling does, not'finally
and...reserve.), .. .. .' high ..schooL-in Tennessee, earned model l cars off U-Drive-Jt lots quash the Florida court's original
.. Dr Richard Alexander Weiss, hts bachelor of arts degree at across from the airport on ,38th order, but 'wIth| the state !''legis ,lit
scientific director of the Arm y Rover 'Williams University in Street. lature meeting in two ,months
Research Office, office of the 1921, a bachelor of science degree Arrested were: Herbert Simpson aid for their segregated spellingbee. and the U, S. Supreme' ,.Court >not
Chief of Research and Development and a master of science degree Jr., 21, 1511 NW 70th St.; I' meeting again until October, it
Department: of the Army at v Massachusetts Institute Tllknan Lee 23, 1370 NW 70th The Herald sponsors the Dade might as well had. The four
Presentation of the Awards to of Technology. in 1926 and has at.: Robert Bradley, 24, 1051 NW County contest and the 22county NAACP members wUl :not flUe a
the three Defense Department been awarded honorary degrees 64th st., and Nunce Baker, 21, South Florida district contestin formal appeal to the 'U, .73. -Supreme -
employees and to seven others of Doctor of Laws by Virginia 1435 NW Gist t st., the nationwide spelling bee. Court.
selected from other agencies of State College and Central State Weiss said Baker and Simpson Gibson pointed out that rules The four members 'vJso'dJfiedthe {
the Federal Government will be College. From 1928 to 1941 Mr. were arrested by Miami detectives for the Dade contest say all stu- state legislative 'committee,
made at the League's Fifth An- : Evans served successively ar in the act of selling dents are' eligible but rules for last summer during their ''much
nual Awards Dinner to be heldat I professor of electrical engineering wheels and tires from one of the the district contest specify white publicized hearings here are ,the
the Sheraton Park Hotel, and mathematics, director of stolen cars to a North Miami pupils. Rev. Theodore K. Gibson, president -
Washington, on March 2. Principal -,. trade and technical education and Ave tire shop. Father Gibson said the NAACP of the Miami branch; Atty.
speaker at the dinner will be administrative assistant to the They implicated the other will take the matter up (with the O, C. Graves, state NAACP legal
Frank Pace Jr., president of president of West Virginia College three, who were arrested by Herald and the Dade County head Mrs. Vernell Alfoury, .MIami -
General l Dynamics Corporation, Metro detectives. School Board. branch treasurer, and Mrs.
Ruth Perry, Miami branch sec


DIES WATCHING the retary.They state successfully court order on challenged the con-

I ."PRIZE FIGHT 2 Killed, 1 Hurt in Crash stitutional and. aisodatloh right of free speech

In prostponing the Florida
"- Two Miami men were killed conducted. i Hl body will be shipped Friday court'i order the U. S. Supreme
and another seriously injured in I Clark is survived by a wife !I to Wauchula, Fla. for burial. I Court specified/ the stay would
an early morning auto accident i remain in effect only until it
Sunday on State Road 9, abouta could rule on the Miamlans
half mile north of Opa Locka. pending appeal. 6
The car in which the men were
travelling veered off the highway .
BUS KILLS GIRL 9
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Creek bride, rolled down 'a bank \ ', ':: .''i. ;I : Nine-year-old Deborah -
and landed uisde. down in four "'''6, :.. I' ". ";.Ill IllI I. >',,, : /. ,- ; ',. X ::.\ of J 1M7 NW 02nd st., was
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: killed Thursday afternoon at 5
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Killed were _Willie Doyle, 34, . " : !: : o'clock when a Miami Transit
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and Eugene Clark,* 23, both, of ; : bus struck her down as she
1437 NW 6th court Critically InJured -< 'f ' darted across busy 62nd st. in
was James, Gray, also of 1f ,' :: ':'. : front of her apartment home.
the same address. Gray is now at ,. .. .< .f1' The impact of the crash hurled -
Jackson Memorial Hospital in a '> her 60 feet killing her instantly -
YVqLeroy jalr condition. : She had bought a bag of
Highway Patrol Trooper W. E. l } candy from a store across the
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Turnley said Clark's body was "P ;; : ':" !;T :(J '':t y< street from Jier house 'and started -
not found until about 12 hours : : back home. The bus drivenby
n after the 'wreck when divers LoN!' Booth of 40 NW 62nd
pulled it from 8 feet of water st. swerved but could hot avoid
The bodies of both were released ) Iff; (; \ :'I\'f\:; ; the girl.
-y----- -------- I to the Francis Funeral Parents of the dead girl are
"Scotty" Scott, well Home. : Mr. and Mrs: Harry Townsend.The .
kna.\n bartender at the Harlem Doyle's body will be shipped body has been released to
Square Club, died suddenly Sunday r to Waynesboro, Ga. the Ranfe funeral HornetPOOL .
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while watching where services and burial will be --
Tuesday night a
prize fight at the Miami Beach WORKERELECTROCUTED:
State
Tennessee University's6th
Florida contestants in
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Auditorium; Scotty, who lived at 1
23 years. His friends were leg annual competition for Miss Charm And Mr. Esquire .
169 NW 10th st., apt. 6, is survived and
ion he '
was a great sports
by his, wife, Dorothy, a enthuisiast. of 1959 are Eleanor Houston of Sarasota and George R

daughter, Laura Mae, a stepdaughter Funeral services will be held Torres pt Miami. Junior Hardin, 27,' 'wai 'electrocuted -
Vera Bugg a stepson, Monday, March: 2 at 2 at shortly after .
noon
pan ; :
Bernard Bugj and six brothers, Greater Bethel AME Church un- Freshman English major Eleanor, daughter of Mr. Thursday when ho, plugged a
Sanders,",Roman, Albert, Thomas ;der the direction of Francis and Mrs. Alfred Houston, 2820 N. Orange Ave., Sarasota. power saw into a 110-tolt, line
Benny and RUdolph. Funeral Home, with Rev. S. A. is a. graduate of Booker T. Washington High School. at 9891 Braganza ,Dr :Coconut
Scotty was a native of Rive- Cousin officiating. The body will Grove. Hardin was an 'employe
vllle. Ga., in Johnson County and lie in repose from 12 noon Sun- George, son of :Mr. and :Mrs. Bruce L. Torres, 3053 of Polk Pools Inc.. 0389( South
lived in Miami for almost 24 day until funeral time. Inter- Dixie Hwy, Victor Polk?, president -
years. He had been employed by ,ment will be in the Hallandale NW 50th st, Miami, and graduate of Dorsey High School of the company'identified;

the Harlem Square for more than cemetery. is a freshman in business administration. the victim. . ..: -
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Hon games the major league Virginia last year.
teams will, play in Miami Stadium The next meeting of the Division -
Ario1estoOpenBasebaII this spring. will be held March 9, at
.McGowan also announcel that the Booker T. Washington' High
Miami Marlins' opening, night School at 8 p.m.
game tickets are' on sale now at I -

Exhibitions March 8 the stadium The Marlins will ,
International
open the 1959
Class AA Cage
League season on Tuesday night I j i
Aril, 14 when they meet the
Tourney atPompano
Orioles who ,
The Baltimore Montreal Royals, last year's pen-
do their spring training at Miami THE MAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE nant winners. I
Stadium, will open the major
league exhibition baseball' sea- 2" SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1959. The Class AA Boys State
son at the stadium on Sunday, Boy Scouts Tournament will be' held at
March 8, against the Kansas City OutlinedDade Blanche Ely High School Pom-
Athletics. Game time is 2 p.m. Program pano Beach on Thursday, Friday,

The Orioles will also meet the Miami MarlinsOutlook Division of he Boy and Saturday March 12, 13, 14.

following teams in exhibition Scouts' of America held a special
play at the stadium in this order Monday night at Books
: Washington Senators Mil- meeting sr T. Washington High School toher Don't Fret Fight!
waukee Braves New York Yan-
kees.' Chicago White Sox, Pitts- Good a report from Harry Hays-
Very national director
assistant
bzrt Join The I
Phil- NAACP
burg Pirates, Philadelphia of Volunteer Training, B. S. A.
lies St. Louis Cardinals and the fine
Mr. Haysbert outlined a very
Miami Marlins.All With the recent announcementby i training program for the Division ."" ""' ...."
Sunday games will beginat2pm.andallweeknight I the Baltimore Orioles of the ORIOLES Council to be held April 27 to
purchase of first baseman Whitey May 2, and will announce more Easy Method
games at 8 p.m. Lockman from the San Francisco about the training program later.
TRAINING IN ReducingNow
Admission range from $2.50 Giants, the Miami Marlins' Gen- The meeting was very well at-
for box seats to $1.00 for unre- eral Manager Joe Ryan is feel- FULL SWINGThe tended.. Sgt Leroy Smith, of the being offered at the
served bleachers. Tickets may be ing pretty food these days. Miami Police Department and
purchased at the stadium 2301 FASHIONETTE BEAUTY
NW 10th ave. Reservations may And, the big reason Is that he Baltimore Orioles' rookie also Scoutmaster of Troop- 77, SHOP
school is in full scale operationat c'osed: the meeting with these
be made by calling' NE 55395. feels when the Marlins receive
one of those excess first sackerson beautiful Miami Stadium ,and remarks, "L! you want to know 6888 N.W. 15th Ave.
the Baltimore roster, his Mar- the Oriole regulars were sched- your job in Scouting! make it a -
FAMU C'agers Shoot lins uvlll be well set in the in- uled to start their preliminaries "must" to attend this training For information
147 Points For New field. Thursday. The entire squad is course." He also told of the worksof Call NA 1.0470.OX 1.9710I
due to starttraining this Sunday. Mr. Haystoert at a camp train-
Record I Taking a look around the inner Fans are invited to watch these ing course which he attended in

field, Woody Smith, the old training sessions daily at Miami I . . . . 1 , . 1 1"1 e
TALLAHASSEE Florida reliable is at the hot corner. Un- Stadium free of charge. Many
A&M Cagers shattered a SIAC doubtedly the finest third base- fans have been taking advantagecf I
record for scoring in a single man in the International; League a few hours to watch the baby PLaza 9.E 6Sg Hours: 10.1

game here Saturday night when a popular 'player with fans and Orioles in action and get a line .. 5-8
they trounced Knoxville College his! teammates, and, a consistent on some future Miami Marlins THE YAEGER CLINIC
147-103 for their 14th SIAC win hitter. At second base, Ryan I who are there.
against three losses. The Rattlers feels he has a "major leaguer" In Jack McGowan, ticket manager General Practice Obstetrics
broke their own mark set against the person of Jerry Snyder who of Miami Stadium has FREE Naturopathlc MEDICINE Chiropractic.
. Alabama State last Tuesday walloped the ball for a .318 average rosters available at the ticket
night. The local cagers scored 143 last year for the Marlins window and too, Jack will be 1177 N.W. 62nd Street Miami, Florida
points. Walt Kennedy of Tus- and Jerry just wound up ,a sen- most happy to help fans select
kefee Institute -dropped; a free sational winter season by hitting their favorite seats for all exhlb- 11 . " ' 1 .
throw to tie the old record and .353. Snyder, a former major
later dumped a field goal to leaguer with the Washington
break it. Senators will give the Marlins
Pint size 5-11 Leo Morgan led I much experience on the right side
the A&M hoopsters with 42 mar- of the infield to hel any young
kers before retiring with five first baseman the local team will
left In get from Baltimore.All .
minutes to be played the

game. Morgan was.just two pointsof in all, the Marlins seem exceedingly -
tying a scoring record of 44 well set in the in- t-
points set by James Stanley of field. Every prospect on the roster -
A&M baolc In 1955 will get a fair chance to #.
Unofficial reports show that make the team. Pepper Martinis 1 ,_1-
the 250 points scored by the two due back in Miami in a weekor
teems set a new SIAC record for two and things will soon start
scoring by two teams. humming at Flamingo Park on
The Rattlers AllnSIAC guard Miami Beach.
Tfmimy Forchin took the Up off I
from center and downed the ball SIGN ANOTHER PITCHERThe
front 20. Knoxville never came Marlins added another
within distance name to their roster of signed ,
striking of the
for 1959 General!
when
players
lead
as Morgan poured in 22 '
joints to give A&M a 66-44 leadat Manager Joe Ryan received the
the end of the first half contract of pitcher Jim Archer
Charles Frailer All-SIAC late Monday. I
!Ryan and Archer talked terms
guard from Tampa, racked 30
up '
points to lead the Knoxville via telephone last week and the l 1f 1 1111
pitcher air mailed his contract to '
scorers A&M has! a season record -
the home office. r
of 16-5 and a loop record of ?' 1 t 1 ry 'tr y :itt lit i ".. Z I .. 'p'
143. Archer, 6 foot 190 pounder, is
a strong left hander who was the
Champagne SipThe work horse of the San Antonio
staff last season. He appeared in
Greater Miami Urban
39 games for the, Texas, started
League Guild is
sponsoring "A
22 games and pitched 19 complete -
Pink Champagne Sip" come Sun
day, March 1 from 6 to 8 ,p.m games while compiling a
15-18 record with ERA of
an 3.85.
at the Sir John's 535 Club

playing Outstanding on Miami entertainers Beach now will' Night Typing Class

make iuest appearances assure At' Carver
ing you of an evening of fun and
relaxation in one of the season's Typewriting will be offered at

most You elegant may secure affairs.your tickets on George Tuesday W. Carver and Thursday High School) "Carnation has always been the baby milk in our family," declares
even.
from Guild members or by call iris 7 to 10 .p.m. beginning Mrs. Johnson.The well-known dietitian is shown with her grandson.
ing Mrs. Marion Muldrow tic- March 4. All persons interestedare
ket chairman, at OX 1-4704 or asked to meet at the school

Reid Guild, CE president 5-0293.Mrs. Maude K'I'' Tuesday fee March$4.00.4 at 7 p.m. Registration Zenobia Johnson, College Dietitian for 32 years, says


'"WE ARE STRICTLY A CARNATION MILK FAMILY" .

SOOTIN'S TV .
Mrs Johnson, a distinguished dietitian This milk is so rich I need no shortening .

For Reconditioned TV's From $19.95 at a leading Alabama college, declares or flour for the cheese sauce."

For The Finest, Service on All TV Makes & Models her favorite dish at home is macaroni Double-rich Carnation in the red-and-

.. Try us You'll Like us and cheese. "I make it the easiest way white can is the world's leading brand

321 ,N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3.1589 in the world," she says,"with Carnation. of evaporated milk, by far. .

More than 25 years of reliable serviceROMAN
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I CARNATION 1. Simmer Carnation with I
3-MINUTE CHEESE SAUCE salt and mustard
CASTLE I IN MACARONI AND CHEESE in saucepan over low heat to just below boll-

I I (Mikes 4 to 9 ttrrlngs) ing (about 2 minutes). Add

NOW OPEN 1% cups (I large can) undiluted cheese and stir constantly until

Our Specialty: CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK melted (1 minute longer).

Home made sausage and meat ball I I 2h teaspoon salt 2. Pour sauce over macaroni, 1
2
teaspoons dry mustard pimiento and green pepper
Sandwiches . . . . 24 cents ea. 2 cups (about 8 ounces) grated mixed together in buttered 2-
process American cheese quart casserole. Bake in moderate .
TAKE OUT ORDERS I 4 cups cooked macaroni oven (350'F.) 25-30

42nd St. N.W. and 7th Ave. Miami I Y4% cup cup chopped chopped green pimiento pepper minutes.. Cow," MILK,

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TV Typing Class |II ., FOUR (BOWL "1 r

I COACHES AT .
The Dade County Board of : "' :,: ..
Public: Instruction announces a FAMU CLINIC' r
,
If,
course In typing, Instruction to '
be offered thru the medium of TV TALLAHSSE The 15th annual -
This course will be administeredby Florida A ani M UniversityC0
the staff of the Lindsey Hop- 1chh1g Clinic will be bowl flavored -
kins Educational Center. By applying : \\t from four of the '59 major
h'T.self' one will be able .! grid bowls represented.In '
to <'o h's' own typing and develop 'O\J'" .. spite of the fact that clinic
a salable Skill as a result of ; i ..: ? \ kI director Jake Galther, is assur-
tMs: studv Tie: average studentby .. \ ed of a 'bowl bid each year, he
fiithfullv following the instruction ',/:: I has invited clinicians with ,plentyof
uttl be able. to type ..f : bowl experience for his '59

20 to 40 words per minute. Credit :, a clinic.
will be given to those who ,o, : '. From the Rose Bowl comes
successfully pass the examination Jerry Burns of Iowa the Sugar
which will be given Friday, Dow will be represented by
April 17 and May 29. Frank. Howard and Charlie Wal-

r 'Z, ler of Clemson, Oklahoma's
A istratlon: fee of $12.50 Comer Jones will represent the
will be charged for the course Orange Bowl, and the University ;
which will. be telecast over of Florlla's Bob Woodruff will be
WTHS channel 2 Tuesdays from S present from the Gator Bowl.
8:30: to 9 pm. and 'Thursdays S'\S
from 8 to 8:30: pan There will : : S \ 'SL Coach Gaither said that he Is
be 24 classes in the complete : planning to have a press conference -
course. In connection with his clinic
1 Ya
'j this year.
Registration can be accomplished #; Other clinicians named by Coach
,
at North!.'estern' Evening :. ,. j Gaither for the clinic which will
High School office where instruction ., t:' ?'WtJ.(:> bs held June 8-11 wdll be Anton
kits, 'books, television Pllney. of Tulahe, Ray Elliot ot
guides and certification forms Illinois, Whltie Urban of Geor-
are available. For further Information gia Tech, and Dave Nelson of the
call PLaza 4-5491 be- University; of Delaware. Coach J.
tween the hours of 2 pm. till 10 B. McLendon of Tennessee State

p.m. WASHINGTON, D.C. Mn.Katie .*. I .- two time NATA basketball cham-
,Wickham, National presl.dent l- pions will handle the basketball
L L of the National Beauty Cul- THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" section which will be held Jug

\ turlsts' League, confers with other 12.
Civic Theatre Guild national officers at the organ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 128, 1959 PAGE' 3

Izatlon launches its 1959 mem*,
Adult Classes in Dance and . . .
bership drive for 10,000 new - --- -- -- confusing: as the turbulent world SUNSHINE
Drama members. Mrs. Wlckham also I conditions of today. I am not a
PUN PHUN FISH MARKET
discusses her 10-fSolnt( program scientist, and the only space I

LEARN TO DANCE which it geared toward accomplishing 11)' TIIIL OH80IKHTHE have control over is the space bar Poultry Vegetables Fruits
the goal. on my typewriter, yet I think we See our store and what we I
( Don Rtrncluin's( Party Time) --.... ----.--.... .-.., can solve our problems without
:\f.Ulun CALYPSO CIIA Seated, left to right are Mrt. leaving this world physicallY. It Have
('11.\ riU MODERN Wickham and the national corresponding SPACE AGE ,
DANCE:
Is simply by elevating! our minds Fresh Fish Daily-
IN JAZZ secretary Cordelia Scientists are working hard
HALLHOOM SONG spiritually into the orbit" of
srYLI.NO PKKPARATIOX Jennings of Jersey City, N. J, (using the well trained "space" Lowest prices in town
ron MTE cum AFRO Standing, left to right are the 1st between their cars) to get man brotherhood, encircling the earth
CUBAN national vice president Maude I Into orbit Perhaps It is their goal with love for all mankind, Then Open| 8UIO a.m. tll 7180& p.m

Qadten of NYC, national record- to reach other planets, having I this world will be a heavenly Huiulnjs 8 Atn. til 1 p.m.
Children's Theatre Ing >secretary Louise Reaves given up:; hope for this one. planet #
Chapman of St. Louis, Mo., andD. We guarantee to please you
The eggheads have conquered
4820 N.W. 27th Ave. A. Julius of Miami, who Is the gravity, but cannot cope with When will this be? When man, or your money back
tdmlnlttratcr of the NBCL Institute
turning to God with heart
IM'OKMATION the 'gravity of world conditions, pure
so, In order to find a world thatIs and open mlpd, is spiritually inspired On The Corner
PL 7-8766 -- --_._- "out of this world," they may to ,l become a divinely guided 1001 N.W. 62nd St.
niiu.ncm' DON STKACIIAN feel that they must get out of missile.
Now is the time! this world

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The first "Fellowship Tea" famous blue was seen in candles PTA Amlcac was most attractiveIn I
sponsored by the Amicae Friendsof used In the silver candelabra.A black afternoon dress worn ,
Zeta Phi Beta 'Sorority, was ; large number of well groomed with accessories of her awn design -
held on last Sunday afternoon. and handsomely attired guests ; Mrs. Ann Coleman noted 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
The spacious grounds of the I also enjoyed the nationally and civic and community leader; Mrs
James E. Scott Community Association community guest artists. Olive Alexander, James E. Scott 1860 N.W. 73rd ST. PL 8-9827
provided the place for Among guest artists were: Mrs. Association executive; Mrs. Al- 3461 GRAND AVE. HI 4-2447

:his cultural program. Pauline Dunn, pianist; Ulysses S bertha Carey, outstanding in so- 4240 N.W. 27 AVI. : (, '. ., o NE 31466
Mrs. Susan Harris, R.N., outstanding Morris, light opera vocal selec- ciety and Christian services; Mrs .
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civic leader and busi- tions; Mrs Rosa Daniels; little Carbine Morley, PTA and business "S
ness woman is president of the Joyce Chambers, recitations; Mrs ; Mrs. Lenora Johnson, Baptist 6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. ,, PL B-9990
local Amkae Mrs. Inez. Foster, Lenora Johnson mistress of Church woman; Mrs. Athalle 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. S CE B.3S63
basileus of Beta Tau Zeta chap- ceremonies; Mrs. Inez Foster, remarks Range community and business; Purina '
ter; Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and ; Occasion, Mrs. Susan Mrs. McKinley, Mrs. Pearl Boyd, 1022 N.W. 6TH ST. ' JA 28474-
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basileus of the local chapter are Several winter visitors to row
Mesdames Ed. Shumake, 2nd vice RD., Pompano
of the Mrs. Ruth South Florida were present
sponsors group. "
Polite, past basileus of Beta Tau Among guests were Miss Blanche president; Sue Harris, president; 14410 N.W. 22ND AVE. MU 8-0817

Zeta chapter is the Florida Director Calloway, noted figure in the O. B. Alexander, 1st vice presi- Opa Locka .
2100 N.W. and CT. FR 4-IJ31
dent Mrs. Madelle Braynon sec
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Mrs. Edward Shumake, Tel doing a radio show for WFEC retary. Second row: Mesdames 1019 N.W. 6th STREET JA 2-3474
Ft Laud rdal.
chairman served beverages and and her hostess, the exotic' Mrs Pearl Boyd, Ann Coleman Col- OFFICE
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dainty hor 'd' oervues at the tea Ann LIndsey. lean McKinney, Eugenia Thomas
table which was covered with a Ruth N. Polite, state director; 1163 ''N.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3-8416
very beautiful Italian linen and ; AMICAE3M Daniel Johnson, and Marion

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;;r._. FIGHT PICTURE INTERESTING*, ?. ,-V
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/There is -ple-qty of: chit-chat. going on. in the. fisti* ,
world at the present tif 'Especially: so_concefltngthe
w #d's heavyweight and light-he vywerght champion .. : .
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meiJLtron, Wednesday, the heavyweight championship "
fight: between Champion Floyd Patterson and Ingemar
Johansson of Sweden will, take y1 'ce'.on June 22. The I The Dade County Tuberculosis -
site'-'hu not as yet been cEosen.JThen .-' ". Association annual Blood protect ance They want him back at his portatlon may contact Arthur
t comes the, RajTRobioson-Archie Moore contest was held at Northwestern former position to help get rid Cole or Thomas Francis.
Senior High School evening of old, rundown, unsightly I Arthur Cole, presidentThe
tKe'. The time has
for. light-heaxTweight championship. masses, Feb. 16 and 19. houses -ASS-valuable to this
not been definitely set for this bout, but it is expected to \Blood \&es used for D"a d. 'e community and it does not feel American Bar Association
coir eDff sometime in April. Whene'erit comes off, it County patients at the Southeast that it was treated justly whenhe has asked state and local bar associations ;
sho ld be a most interesting tght, as both Sugar.Ray andArchie Lantana.Florida Tuberculosis. Hospital, was moved away.Bethel's to set up special

Moore are old ringmasters.. Blood Is a vital factor in chest funds to reimburse any clients ;
[ Moore is reported to be asking"40 percent of the receipts surgery, and is so very necessary Ushers to defrauded by their lawyers. This
'as his.share.. ,:. for the recovery of our TB patients Sponsor Tea seems a pretty good idea.

I Sugar Ray is presently taking it easy in Miami. He I ...
wad : The total number of donors Usher Board No. 4 of Greater
at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Tuesday night
was 52.Your. FOR
Bethel AME Church, 245 NW 8th A THOUGHT
tutoring Dan Hodge who knocked out his opponent Gar-
. Dade County TB Assoc- St., cordially invites you to attend -
vin wyer iation wishes to thank each person its 9th annual tea which THE WEEK"Awake
Robinson.. Is, being severely criticized by Carmen Ba- who donated a pint of blood. will be held on Sunday, March 8
siliora' manager. Joe Netro wants the. National Boxing The Frontiers of America, and at the home of Mrs. Illinois
5h! Beta Sigma Fraternity par- Smith, 2236 NW 74th st. Time:
Association to Robinson of his middleweight
strip crown.
Icipatcd in this annual .
project 4
t m Mrs. Susie Holley will be 't
Carmen, yotj'll remember gave up his welter championship by purchasing a full-course dinner the guest speaker. CJ
in order to try for' Robinson's middleweight for each donor.WHERE'S I I Mrs. Fannie Jernigan, Pres.
4i championship title, but he was unsuccessful. I .
!ij etro says, "Robinson' acts like he was Hitler or COLEMAN7Effective '49ers of BTW In

Mus!)Uni.; He should fight Basilio or get off the throne." I County Special ,MeetAll thou that sleepest, and
well, Robinson is a great champion, and why blame arise from the dead, and Christ
him.pf fee; is in position to call the shots. Inspector RemovedThe 1949 of members the Booker of the T. Washington class of- i shall give thee light-Ephesians

Another,aspirant for Floyd1"Patterson's heavyweight Brownsville Community High School are asked to 5:14.:
title mill. be seen'in. action,next Wednesday,.night at Mi- would lUte' to know what hap- attend a special meeting on
ami $taach. He is the 'well kAownsecoud-rankedchallen- pened to W F. Coleman, Dade Saturday, Feb. 28 at 8 p.m. The WHEN THINKING OF

ger, fNmo Valdez,- scheduled 'to meet Charlie Powell- of County service to inspector.that area He in did s a 1 great u m meeting 42nd at.Any will be held at 3131 NW FLOWERS i
Los wigeles Cal. The win be' televised "
fight : rehabilitation and slum clear- member desiring trans. THINK OF
4ldez; has won 34 of his 47 fights: _by knockouts. -- -

iF* CLOSE FLORIDA'S SCHOOLS? High School. PERRY'SFLORIST

There are_ many Floridians who would,, not hesitateto Principal Hunter was a well known, easy going .
support cl iugof Florida's schools, rather than inte- character but a fine and respected citizen during his 35 I

grate. It is surprising to learn, or perhaps not so surpris- years in Miami.Professor .
ing, that most of pur legislators are from small counties. Granberry, also well known and respected AND
SHOP
GIFT
in Miami, was principal of the Dunbar
The announcement by the Dade County School High School from .
Board that comes September four Negro children will"be 1925 'to 1927 when he was transferred to the Booker T. 23 Years of Senrt e
admitted to a White elementary school as a start at inte- Washington new'schoo), the first real high school in MI- \ .
gration, has brought criticism not only for the school ami. He did a good job at this school before resigning to I, :*. :''J: .:

0i authorities, but for our Governor LeRoy Collins who let take graduate work at Columbia University where he received
it be known that he favors the plan. his M. A. degree. JUST 5 MORE1100N.W.i3rd 1Z :
Twenty-five lawmakers At he time of his death on Feb 13, he
of, our including two from was dean Of
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Dade County, have Jsooied .a manifesto stating that they Albany 4 State College in Georgia.. -? 'SUNDA'1S. FORE 'i
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would do everything'possible to prevent integration, even 1935. he served as dean of the Florida Normal ,
oing as far as to close down Florida's schools. College. f .' it EA't41p1; -t y
; It is interesting to heir what our State .Superintendent -:: In 1946 he was author with a committee bf a pro AvcJ
gram of
for
study small Negro schools.
Thomas
Bailey a segregationist acid our. Dade representatives
I have to say on the matter. He was a member of the Baptist Church, the American I FR. 4-1205 !.

I Bailey said he is in "complete agreement"- with the Legion_ the Elks and the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. 4. -r 11. e '
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manifesto adopted by the group of legislators, but will :J. \ H' : .:,
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oppose any move to abolish the public school system to OPENING TONITE-FRL t '
prevent integration. FEB. 27) : ;
Rep. Herrell said he would' with '
"fight the last <
_ breath in my body" to prevent passage of legislation 930
which would 'close the schools. CLUB,

Rep. George Hollahan said that, while he goes along a
with the idea of segregation, he would not, under any cir-
cumstances, vote for a bill which would mean' closing WITH AN ALL-STAR .
schools. BURLESQUE SHQVf ft 3

t Rep. David Eldredge, who"'campaigned on a one- First Time in Miami-Direct From Chicago
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plank platform of segregation, said he favors ]letting the Beautiful Exotics r .., !h

people decide the issue fortherasdvee,. '. _.t' : Tf < .: .., on ParadeReyue'Comedy'c. : t-
| Sen. Joe Eaton of Miami, who like Herrell, did not Continuous Entertainment-Neyer >.j..t- '\ f": ,
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sin the manifesto' said he feels t fe 'place th' act is in the t I NITELY FROM 9130 P.M. UNTIL a ? ..... .a.'. **-'" C

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| | During the past two weeks the Miami Times has.recooded ., : t Doii't miss our Breakfast Show iat 5:30 a.m. Until .
the death of two MEET tt' "
well known Dade County edu- THE FAMOUS CELEBRITIES' d m
cawrs. Professor H. H. Hunter and Professor E. J. Gran- '
be. ", \.:.) If 930 N.W. 2nd Ave. Rescrvalions FR 1288>
< > \ Hunter served as principal of' the old Washington Admission FREE B.Y.O.B.
school on the site where the new modern Douglas Prim And De Happy ",'j air., 'I

r school now stands, ant also as principal of the Co- When we say until, we mean until-Maybe 7.8 or 9 a.m.,

_ it Grove school, now the George .Washington. CarverMMEK
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?* .. The public 00 Ft. Overteai ,
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n 4'a; .true. saying that\mil of pause rf and consider a moment the I A total t attendance. of 116 the Chocolate talre:. '''R fot'J1otelw': :
us?:::must choos! the 'wewant difference between these (governors I counselors and enjoyedthis Park JoeaUon. .
campers
. to;ffplio>vl;Relieve. it la also true of two Southern states. ." beautiful setting with an.en- March 1, 4 lnvited'j ,d"-

th.tAtnere,: 'fcr man7.'consideratigrss It rollment un :aralled in the an- I I unique Total l price; ,$5,500,0;
\rt kb,4go'tnto; the. is a fact that in his public nals of YMCA weekend ranged and the ''
Carver. ,
speeches 'of the ,past months, I Causeway to the
t of 'a :r a ,H ifollow. The exr camp activities. I I Ion delicious new
anWie)+ ol': !burs,"opportunjtyv. enabd Gov. Collins has pleaded for a 'Grade, school youngsters' and and sip as ,*, will make this prop, .
vionr a 4t'!;; the influence. of course of moderation, calmness! teenagers ''expressed both thrill This affair very valuable.
And'abiding by the la w. A, Southerner .. nually by
lamfl afandjfxiends are onlyt a and. excitment as they participated Broker.
of/Jheytfclngs| that color \burchoice"ipf with( all the habits ,and in the many 'offerings of a tremendous Dykes, Reg.
'1t,.w.t'! 1nt 11t{. ,; customs' of years .of tradition this, well.;: equipped camp, locatedin I tire public is !,, .thane ;FR, ,3-9322; >

: n1verh&1ess'In! direct'contrast the Redland District of Home- . .. ._..... .-f .M .-
to Faubus,. Gov. Collins haspub ,
/ $ : stead. '
T /OtENT: ROAD h
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.. . r t licly: been :?alag\ <,t violence,, According to Harold Mitchell !
.tr us'th:' ; 'best J current' ex- threats of s violence,. disobediencef And- Leo Tho'm.iikjns, instructcrs .CLEAN"O': I!
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_,.,.._"the7chbice: < : of' a road Is : the law 'and the closing of. theschools of Bunohe Park. Elementary CLEAN.
i11u trated l>y t'NO'.,'.governors. : School and advisors at Weekend ._
Faubusof' Arkansas,,! and Collins I Camp, 'This type\ of activity affords -
...of Florida. Let- us .look at the THE PEACEFUL ttOAD a 'much needed experiencefor : CLEAN.

Chief Executive of ,the State of I I am not an advocate of too youngsters.." .
Arkansas ,for e'' moment or two..' much moderation' (if moderation Mrs Ina Blackshear and Franklin -
, Here ire see a. man who when Is interpreted to. mean endless D. Ross, staff .members were r t
! faced with the ,choice, of a way I delay), and I am firmly againstany grateful for the following additional -
, togo,. :jChoqse the,Jroa'd.'pf' dcma- i and all restrictive laws enacted counselors: Miss Dorothy
goguery,. a road paved with, by the Florida Legislature, Baldwin, Miss J. L. Tooks, William -
; prejudice and political expediency to deay! desegregation, of the C. Brrj.vn Hubert Sparks,

; I schools. I believe, as I always Richmond B.ackshear Jr ,and
have, that we need to get downto James Brimberry.
At the time Gov. Faubug made
The next camp will be held
the business
of
his .choice things were peaceful. desegregation
May 1-2. All young people de-
immediately and start learning,
and quiet' in Little Rodk. Oh, s.rous of attending should com-
how to get along with each other -
and
there MAT rumblings
were a mence registration .a1 early as
in the spirit of democracy and
threats but the school
,
some possible at the Carver Branch
'Justice.
board in Little Rock was pursu- 577J NW 15th r ve, or call AX
ing its course toward the peaceful 60231. yIc
But I cannot deny that I feel @ ,
integration of the high Jesegregation will proceed more !
school. Into this quiet dropped quittly and in.8 more peaceful JESCA Plans For
; bomb'ot racial hatred and
the manner, here in Dade County toecsOse ,
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prejudice, thrown by the gover- ofrthe stand, of Gov., Col Annual MeetingThe
nor himself. tins There is a great differencein committee for the annual v
I these; too men:, Colling ,is' urgIng meeting of the James E. Scott t tit
A FOREGONE CONCLUSION restraint, 'common'sense"anacalmness Community! Association, )133 NW ll9artrt

When an Incendiary bomb it as against Fauhtts' O.h st is completihg plans for
demogogic ravings and rant he annual be held
thrown into a bale of straw or : ngs. ; meeting to
on March 11 James '9vr
at the E.
ory-Thay, a fire will result.' It is The segregationists* still Scott Homes .
Housing Project, 5
as .slmpl.e.as. that. When threatsof with us and are doing their bestto TWO NW 22nd ave. S '
riots, mob violence end dark create an atmosphere of suspicion '
George Ki'lpatrick, chairman of
prophecies of racial racial hatred, tension and .he and his
piaun.ng committee ...
thrown into the peaceful air the 4
violence. But in'a;ite of /Jhe of Aorker are working hard
corp
i fire of prejudice Is a sure result. North Florida: die-hards, and In .0 mjki this JESCA's best annual k bi
Looking back upon the tense spite cf David Eldrede, I think meeting
.f days following Gov. Faubus'choosing
Orchard Villa is going to deseg- Other members of the ,commit-
of the violent and strife
regate peacefully and calmly
,
: ec arc: Mrs J. L. Dixon, cochairman -
ridden road of demagoguery.. the
tome September.
Mrs. Corrine Anton, t
end was a foregone conclusion. S ,

Violence stirs up' racial breeds'(prejudice violence, hatred unrest Iotas Hold MidWinter -. . Louis D '" Lee, Dr. t G W. GarthC.
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fiawkihs, "
breeds suspicion and threats Board, Meet: Reeves, Mrs. .Carl Rhetta,' That'. the twee you get mlrf
,
turn easily into acts of terror
ism. TOLEDO, Ohio Delegates George Savitt, Mrs. Harolean ,when,you mtkq your/ 'f JUlXlMaa.
attending the mid-winter board Storr George Williams, Rev. Tom Collins wUhcle. ... "" 1tfj(
The unhappy situation in Little William K. Williams, Mrs. Doris n-taiing( ,y
of Iota
meeting Phi Lambda Sorority "
lnrar
Rock was the direct result Of a Yaeger. ' '
oame from every sectionof 'W D
state official' influencing peopleto the country and in addition to --- FLEISCHMANN'SGIN
take the wrong road having the hospitality mat roll nual scholarship grants and,.the "..... ,f('"A1

ed out for them by the local support of adult sal youth edu- '
GOV. COLLINS_ chapter, their national president, cational programs. The sorority ,..
Mrs Florence Madison lUll of is a co-sponsoring organizationwith
While it seems that the wordsar Philadelphia was presented a key National- Urban Leagues Mry1NN.
> .' 'actions of,..Gov. Collins ,appear to the city by Mayor John W. TST Program Iota'women' will FROM r1
to favor token compliance Yager. The sessions were held at find themselves very active this DISTILLED AMERICAN GRAIN
Nith the Supreme Court deci- the Commodore} Perry Hotel. year working closely with all I)PROOF fLEISCHMANN DISTILLING f

sion on desegregation it couldbe local Urban League in implementing CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY _ _
that he I is trying' this road as During the business "sessions, this program.
a way but land hopes for a long- lota's president presented a* four

term delay of total compliance. point program to the board for ...l *lI.a:Hl\\".( mn"-t mII-.mt ,-'liV jllirnBT"Tar im IUKrmniifnmm\ mi imiJ LJM\JMV.----... .,
We could call his "moderation' consideration, with major em- ,
nothing but ftnce-straddling, hasis on Education, health and
and his words the utterances ofa welfare. Plans were made to attract FINAL REDUCTION

(politician pure..,nd unadulterated. wider competition for theorortty's .. .
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Miamians Attend

6 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1959

Hi-Y, Tri.HiYConference

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fYq Hi-Y Conference held at Tampa KeytV est Southernmost5 I
Feb. 13-14 was well attended by City
jr1 (;h school delegates' throughoutthe

q 1' state cf Florida - 6) PRANCES E DALMER --. --

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the Triange:; Congruent," the ,
young debates followed a compact Rev. and Mrs. A. Franklin I Kemp. .

schedule of fellowship, recreation .{coper re,urnect to the city from
and ten major work- ortn -Card:na after spending a The Southernmost Players, a
;heps short time there visiting relativesand dramatic club under the spon-
friends. Accompanying themto sorship of Sister Myrtle Ca th r-
., O en!ng session was convened the Southernmost city wereBs'hop' ine presented "A Noble Outcast,"
bv Donald Akins- a Northwestern : and Mrs. Herbert dell drama in four acts in the g;m
student who was elected of Douglass High School
:haw and family. Mon
president for this year's confernce t& day, Fen 23.
The invocation was given last
r : Bishop Shaw preached
Willie Ward
played the
S bv the Rev Saul Nickerson of Sunday at 11 a.m. at St. Ste- role. Others in the leadIng -
T mpa followed by a presentaon pnen's AME Church and at Cor- Vina Mae Saunders cast were
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from Middleton Senior Righ Church at pheus
nisn Memorial: AME
Dsan Marva
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Sweeting
Edwin
SchocJ Chorus. Group singing
7:30: pmM .
Lampkins Wilhelmina
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va-- very timely led by Mrs Ruby Bastian
and Randolph Storr
Arrington .ss:; D.is Tynes of New York
The training workshops led by her sister
City was here visiting The money raised from this
professional personnel offerede Mrs'. Harriet Chtchase, 1002 play and other activities of the
young delegates many ideas Thomas: st, who is sick at her club will go to build the Sister\
and sug estions Several ,areas residence.
Myrtle Catherine Scnolaibn! ._
which were presidents,
among
, ; fund to help some worthy son*\u
Ice presidents and projects con- II Mrs Marjorie Pla, 904 Terry

..: .- .-.....- ducted director.by Franklin D. Ross, program Lane is ill at her home.

: James Johnson tw of Dr. Bryant, a research I Jchn W. Dillard, Booker T. McIntosh, Mrs Emily Johnson,
;i Making Special 'cii.ntist at the Cancer Research i Washington, John C. .Capers, Mrs. VLla: Butler, Mrs. Edith YMCA MembershipDrive
, Dr. Booker T. and
'nstitute of Miami Bryanthas Washington
I King Mrs Opal Adams, Mrs
Study For Science been very helpful in that he Thomas R. Patino did a wonderful -
Lot'o i\e* bold; William Symon-
has ,rovided Johnson with a research I Job .of supervising the following -
and
Fair nit: Joseph King Mrs. M.
outline and many Indis- delegates: Donald Akins __ __ __. __ .
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James Johnson is shown doing I :ensable substance important to Albert Moore, Jacob Palmer, Le- :tP: Ii\K\! -"fI" !' :i {' .,....L. '" ..:
work on his special project titled the project. roy Boone, Curtis Brown, Robert

"The effects of growth: hormones is to Williams, John W Dillard Jr, '! For FREE Pick-up and
James' ultimate objective -
an1: cancer treating substanceson George E. Storr and Melvin Ba- '''
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study the effects of the grown Delivery Service on
the rate of regeneration of ker and Basil Clinton recently
and anti-growth: substances on r Prescriptions
cells in Planaria. elected vice president H
the regeneration of cells and
Johnson is a student at Booker outs in Planaria and to isolate
T. Washington, a member of Mr. the hormone responsible for regeneration SERVICE
their ladies
Burke's first hour biology class. : of lost parts. auxiliary DRUG STORE'
The
delegation plans to leave
- Miami on Monday and arrive in "Proscription Compounding
Nassau Tuesday morning to begin .
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their opening sessions of their Specialists"Sundries

Leaders Plan Youth convention. There will be numerous Gifts
I sight seeing tours and f
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secenic pleasure features. No im- Patent Medicines

igration restrictions or regulat- ''* s Greeting Cards
March on CapitolA ions are required for the tourists
from America or Canada 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
The Florida State Eexecutive -
-- -.--- Board will meet in Plant i slu hYrrevlT COX
City
call for a "massive petition IieKict! hatia lst Phone FRanklin_ 3-2932
March' 17 with the J. Maxwell
campaign' and youth march on .
Washinitcn, D. C. for integrated I Group Leaders Charlow Funeral Home, to com- -
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plsns for the trip and the "
schools, was issued today by
15 national Negro and White I Seeking TourInforlJlation program for the conventon 1r- :
leaders. Signers of the appeal Butler Funeral Parlors will be .DL'f'W'i.k ,:

include Harry Belafonte, Jackie hosts for the convention.
Edwin T. Get out of the Come
Robinson, the Rev. JACKSONVILLE The office rut and see

Dahlberg, Rabbi Joachim Prinz, I of Oscar I. Hillman, ownermanager -
president of the American JewishCongress of Hillman Pratt Funeral LOTS FOR SALE

A. Phillip Randolph, :Home 525 West Beaver St., pres- HunterWHO
Bishop
president of the Brotherhood of ;dent of the Florida MorticiansIs Easy Terms

Sleeping Car Porters, Roy Wilkins ', bein: besieged by group lead- Build on, your lot
and the Rev Martin Luther
I ers throughout Florida and or mine
King Jr. neighboring: States, seeking information We take care of financing IS WELL

i The Petition Campaign and relative to the intended KNOWN AS
NO MONEY
boat excusion to Nassau, Bahamas DOWN
March, scheduled for April 18,
i'' was also endorsed by AFL-OIO BWI, where the association Cash paid for your lots or PROF. HUNTERFor
will hold its 1959 annual
President Mean home
George ,. i
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I convention in June HJllman reported -
i Thousands of petitions; calling today that any organization Money loaned on your the past 33 yearsIf

for speedy integration of the or individual may enjoy the Home or Lot t y'" r 1
schools! are now being distributed voyage on the beautiful l steam are sick and
I throughout the country, according ship "Florida: from Miami to Nas- Baron JE 8-1340 you y
to a committee spokesman sau, along with the officers and worried or in trouble .

t and will be presented to members of the association and this is the place to t A
President Eisenhower and Con- I ?
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STRENGTH rut. Push back the veil
Individuals and organizations SERVICE SECURITY 1

wishing to participate in the Petition of the lack of under

i Campaign and March were Central Life Insurant Co standing and bad luck
urged to contact their local'committees a
or write to Youth' March t that seem to hold you "

for Integrated Schools, 312 West In I
Your Friendly Company your track and ad-
125th St., New York 27, N. Y.
Vance forward by the ._ _.. *
Miami Officer S help of God. '


Gets Tribute Offering Your home and every day life can be made fcpp.

20 Year Payment Life & Educational Endowment He will show you to bypass your enemies and get the
FORT SAM HOUSTON Dr
George W. Gore Jr., president- ot Endowment at Age 65 at Age 18 things of that God put in the world for you. Let the

Florida A&M University, paid Paid-up Life & 20 Payment Life peace God- fill your soul} mind and body then thepower
tribute to of the institution's that w in you will be awaken
ene Endowment at Age 69| 15 Year and you will be
graduates in the form of a con- Endowment in a higher state of mind and spirit.
gratulatory letter received here Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life

recently. Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Life Listen to, Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your;
The letter went to Second Lieu- dial
every morning at 6:59
Health HospitalizationHome 20 Year Endowment from Monday through
Allen
tenant Earl E. for the
Friday .and
prestige he brought to the uni- on Sunday\at 6:45 amy are invited
Office to listen
to the
versity recently. Lt. Allen rankI I Radio Ministry of Bishop Hunter of
ed sixth 142 officers who the Spiritual Temple of Zion
among 1416 North Church located *! 5417
completed the Medical Service Boulevard, Tampa, Fla. Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. Donation ,will

Corps Officer Orientation' courseat Branch Offices be accepted for the continuation of this broadcast.
Fort Sam Houston, Texas. I

The.letter from Dr. Gore reads: BRADENTON OCALA Prof. "unt r'i office i. open daily from 10 a.m.

"Congratulations upon the excellent DAYTONA BEACH, ORLANDO 1 to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and consultation -

showing which you made FT. LAUDERDALE .- PANAMA CITY ';.1 Closed all day Wednesday Prof is licensed
completing the Medical Service FT. PIERCE PENSACOLA by the State and CountY' as a Reader.
Corps Officer Orientation JACKSONVILLELAKELAND ST. PETERSBURG
Course at Fort Sara Houston, I One mile
TALLAHASSEE east of
Texas. Your ratings reflect honor M7lh Ave on Highway 441 Old
,and credit upon' yourself and WEST PALM BEACH Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remem-

Alma Mater. We are indeed Miami-Office: 176 'N.W. 14th Street ber the address' 5417 S'W17 St., West Hollywood,

proud of you and wish you God's" THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOW Florida.

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Membership in way (of responsible citizenship
Y's program Is .almsd. through
The YMCA Helps physical, mental and spiritual
4 V wf 1 YouthYou reparation for the democraticway
of life Its aided by a few
professional people, all dedicated!
have undoubtedly 'heardthe to the service of youth and adults.
adage, "As the twig is.bentso
4 } grows the' tree." ... You may find out ,what games:
4 Sometimes\ parents feel that and fun Die Carver Dranch :In*
r ,:' our time is spent strugglingwith I to offer your own children b>'
stubborn twigs, getting stopping at the branch, 5770 NW
them started in the right direc- 15th ave.

tion, There are many forces on Give your membership today
out side. One Is the George W. and help the YMCA to hep;; ne
C rver Branch: YMCA. community.
The YMCA furnishes competent -
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,. .< and adults, guiding them through
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the Y-Teen Sweetheart Ball I
sponsored annually by the Teen E N ..10Yc7
Age Department of Murre'' Gamma Zeta Omega .
Branch YWCA Teenage member
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joyed a wonderful evening of Celebrates Founder's DayGamma .
dancing on last Friday at the WITH.SChe

Holmes Elementary School. .. gH
Zeta Omega chapter of however has by no means been I .
The top picture shows the the Alpha Kappa Sorority recently In number only, but in zeal for
crowning 'of "Miss Y.TeenSweetheut. celebrated Founder's Day at Alpha Kappa Alha Sorority in '," ere', a new sense ot gracious living in America an Age
/ Patricia Beeman, Y- the Sir John Hotel. dedicated service to the commun- of that in In
Elegance is expressed many ways whisky, you
Teen of Booker T. WashingtonHigh Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority ity and in wholesome contributions (
School by Martha Alford, was founded at Howard University to the social life of our city note ir in a growing preference for finer Schenley Reserve
a member of the Citywide Y- I in 1908, and this year markshe Our baslleus is Soror Thena Only from Schenley could come' nie'I(4 jS avw,
Teen l Inter-Club Council. .
r : 51st birthday of the Alpha; Crowder. .

Attendants to Mill Sweetheer I, Kappa Alpha Sorority
are Betty 'Nelson, from Northwestern The Gamma Zeta Omega chap-
High and Frances Young ter in Miami, was founded In HARLEM SQU.ARESWEET r
from North Dade High. 1940. In honor of the founding of SHOPA
our sorority and In celebration
The bottom picture depict of the founding of Gamma Zeta PULL LINE OP GROCERIES TV REPAIRS
part of the group dancing to the Omega, AKA sorors attended a
tune of Mexican Hat Dance. banquet at the Sir John Hotel COLD CUTS COSMETICS

Soror Sara Scott Stewart was 208 N.W. 10th street 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.--Sunday'10 to 3
County Music banquet speaker and Soror Ruble ,
'MlzeJl was! toastmistress Soror DRIVE-IN SERVICE
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Festival MondayThe Stewart is formerly of Miami,
but now resides in Jacksonville Beautiful HomeOn '
Fourth Annual D 'a d e
Each charter member of Gamma -
County Junior and Senior High I Zeta Omega was presented Large Lot' ALL WORK GUARANTEED
School Music Festival will be .
with a tea rose corsage, our So-
2 at Northwestern Your lot can be a
held Monday, March paymenton
charter members
School rority flcuer Our Pick-up and Delivery-No Charge
Senior High
'
Sorors Delores Bethel
are: this 4-bedroom new
Choirs from Booker T. Washington Dorcthy Edwards, Ethel Grice,
" Junior and Senior High; MaYf Harriet Hart, Madge Portier, Ida 1581 N.W. 56th St.
Junior and Senior High, North Ratcliffe, Sera Scott Stewart,
Dade Sunlor-Senior High, Dor- and Jeanetta Gill, now deceased Open 3-5 p.m.
sey Junior High, Carver Senior Our chapter has grown from Baron JE 8.1340 i TK coae3 r .
Hiih'' and Northwestern Senior sight members to approximately '
High will participate. The public eighty members. That growth_ '_ I
1241 Nyi 0 SL
Is invited to attend the evening
concert at 7:30 pjn. In North- ,, t f f %7r HOME aAU10
western's Auditorium.Hear + t
each of these choirs sing NEED MONEY! "

as a separate organization; then s 1st and 2nd mortgage Joan) $1,000 pay $21.25 mo _
thrill to the combined voices of Pay off all your bills $1,600 par $31,88 mo.
500 or more of these students Ret additional cash $2,000 pay $42,50 mo.
performing as a massed choir .
Get<< Rid of Those Balloon Payment
David Wilmcnt, Fla. State Supervisor -
of Music and Mrs. Rebecca FREE-24 hour inspection

Steel MM, the University Choral director will serve at Fla.as , No Cost to You American p&ono TV Corp.

consultants along with other local Dade-Broward Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL

Make musicians.a date for this evening ANYTIME 2243 N.W. 62nd Street NE 5-7225

of great choral singing. Monday I I Miami:MFR 7-4812 Hollywood: WA 3-7071 ..
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'. PAGES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1959 and erford released who suffered but Vivian a compound Ruth- DON'T DEL Y
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y ted to the hospital. Her condition We have over 100 homes in the Liberty City' and

Negro Player . \u is satisfactory.An said Webb's I Edison Center areas Here's your chance to live( near
eye-witness '
car flipped over once before com- the Orchard Villa School We arrange all financing ,

ing to a stop. Both cars came to Open Saturday: and Sunday f,;
U of Ga. Cancels Dave rest on the lawn of Alonzo Fan- .
nin at 7001 NW 13th ave. FORD REALTY

Soloist ContestA 821 N.W. 54th Street 'PL' 7-2559

: Brubeck Quarteti Pre-Convention Soloists _., . - ,
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} Contest will 'be held Tuesday '- . "

evening, March 3 at the asngoaGSrafoft rcflp
ATHENS, Ga. The Univer- Miami Temple Church of God
i sity of Georgia Jazz Society has in Christ, Bishop A. M. Cohen, r
Technologist cancelled the appearance of the pastor. Miss Doris Robinson of
Dave Brubeck Quartet becausethe
West Palm Beach will contest
bass: : player is a Negro. Mrs Rachel Days Cromartie of r r

'Stuart' Woods, 21, president of Miami. Admission is free.

the 125-menrlber, society, said DI11dg.NTNCAtRE
B-ubeck's' &1,1, earance scheduledfor Personal MentionC.

March 4 was cancelled on M Jollivette, proprietor of NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St

advice of university officials. the Community Drug Store, Lib-

University policy prohibits racially erty City, returned on Sunday
mixed groups from per- from New Orleans where he
fcmlng on the university campus. went to attend the funeral of his FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
aunt, Miss Rosa Jollivette who
The entertainer is currently died in that city on Feb 14
4y A4h jppearin-i at the Apollo Theatern She is survived by four sisters TlJunderlnl Truths That Shake Tba Katloll!

rI Vev York. The ,Negro mem- Mrs. Josephine J. Jakson, M: It Happen To TIle Strong-Hie RIch-Tfce Poor!
b r of Brutoeck's group is En-gene Irene J. Watson, Mrs Clara J.
I 4i-: Wright Walls and Mrs. Grace Dunn.

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Horace. Baker, class of '57 wasa ByWalter
pleasant visitor at Northwestern -.
caripils: recently.Following Bow*

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his graduation i
in school for ,
Horace enrolled! a
The women ,of the ElbenezerSaptist :
Medical Technologist in Philadelphia -
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Church, Hallandale, car-
complete, his course which For tk FlydTaq
ied out their 7th annual Wonan'S -
allow *. him to add M.T to his 0i Asr '
Day observance on Sun-
name. fay, Feb. 22. It was the greatest l if krtnAstulsg .r 4
He is now registerel American lay in the history of the church
'Technologist\ and, has returned to The theme waS 'The Power of U "T ImTllo! wTWU

,. to complete a 6- Faith in the Si;ace A'je.!' Mrs S" ;
m l,Uh') internship at Mercy- Louise Brown was general chair-
Douglas tfospital in Philadelphia man. Thanks to the many ?.t1 wwatgrrMN 1 t Astausdiag Fsstt of "
friends and patrons for sharingin :
lie is the son of Rev. and Mrs. and making the day a success. tb1 Norll'a lut
Coy Boker, at 779-A NW 67th Rev. O. W, Foster, pastor.C. r '' aserst!

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--- The honor of being selected as Two Complete Shows-7:00 and 9:30:
St.J'l -- -- merce will meet at the home of
unofficial is due to
C. K. Hardy, 5404 SW 20th St., mayor you,
friends and family I
BROWSIN' my many
Monday, March 2 at 8 p.m. AU
assure this privilege shall
members are asked to be present, you SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY
By, PAUL R. HENRY not /be misused or abused. I shall
do all in to work for
Mr. ,and Mrs. Luke McKenzie my power ....,
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the betterment of the communityand THE FRANK j : .,':'" .i''
Ssrtiator William Proxmnire let cf, 4633 SW 18th St., West Holly- AND MARTINE
the advancement of CAROL
our race
that he wood are announcing the en- SHOCKING STOP.
it be, knqjvn on Monday in all issues that may confront
was not satisfied with the way engagement of their daughter, OF THE WO PETER USTINOV

things are going in his party. He Gwendolyn, to Carl _Murray, son me.Your telegrams and messagesof MOST FAMQUi ANTON WALBROOK
castigated the one man rule of of Mr. and Mrs Walter Murrayof .
West The wedding congratulations are highly appreciated. WOMAN Of '
Majority Leader Lyndon John- Hollywood. .
s son of Texas. late is set for April 26. Sincerely, SCANDAlF i .W

Proxmire wants the 64 other Mayor C. H. Halley
Democratic Senators called together Airman Earl Murray is homeon !

c for conferences or caucus, furlough, visiting his parents, I-
and do away with the one man Mr and Mrs. Walter Murray
ri rule. and his brothers ant sisters of CAPITOLTHEATRE ? '
West Hollywood. He has spent prtIMAS
CI C PurtwAc.yp
{ Apartments are going up on several years overseas.
: 18th ave. and 54th st., next to ? aPllCL5
the Church of the Incarnation.1ortswise The Rev. E. J, Clark and choirof Saturday Mldnlte

Central Baptist Church and SUN. Thru THURS.MARCH .
: Dan Hodge, 192 Rev. R. L. Greenwich and mem- 1.23.4.6"THE UNTAMED MAIDENS (CAPTURE MATES!

,, pounder, knocked out his oppon- bers of Greater' New Bethel Bap- IgKK1yp) w '
ent, Garvin Sawyer in the 8th tist Church, West Hollywood, VIKINGS" 'M
round of a 10-round bout at the spent last week end at West Starring Kirk Douglasand
r Miami Beach Auditorium on Palm Beach, attending the annual Tony Curtly
y Tuesday night.' Sawyer, 193hit / meeting of Atlantic Coast
the canvas seven times, More Baptist. Association.. Plus
than 2,000 fans witnessed the "Return to Warbow"

flgnt. 7 INJURED IN I 1

FOrmer British Empire Heavyweight AUTO ACCIDENTFive -
M1E11 i
Champ: Joe Erskine 'won
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NRC811
a decision over Willie Pastrano students of Northwestern RITZTHEATRE
or Miami !Beach on Tuesday Senior High School and two
night. This fight took place at men were Injured In a terrific
the Wembley, Stadium,. London. auto crash 7.50: Tuesday morn- ,
at the of NW 13th
ing corner
SUN., MON., TUES.
Sugar Ray Robinson and Ar- ave. and 70th st.

chie Moore expect to meet in A 1956 Ford driven by James "Cole GunFighter" ..
Younger
June. Archie wants his cut to be Leroy Webb, 20, of '1931 NW STARTS FRIDAY

40 percent of the receipts. 74th terr., ran a yield right-of-
way sign and smashed into a Frank Lovejoy At 8:55 onlyifI. :
In, Danla on Wednesday five- *iM9 Ford driven toy' Francis Plus
year-od! John Shunn, son of Mr. Robinson, 19, .white of 3790 E.
The Kid"Robert
and Mr :i'Robert Chunn, 226 NW 8th ave., Hialeah. hiding in the "Billy
R h, rtfj'ty8-1' killed while he and car !with Webb were five teen Taylor

his ,tU1er8' were playing with a gage girls students of .Northwest ._om,
: ;

lr t _:__ __ ern.The students were patsy Cooper .

'C Is. planning for one of 16, and her sister, Luella, 15, .
the ost"outstanding exhibits ofp.t 2C28& NW 74th st; Mary Wooden, BU'NCHI: _
Negroes in business 16, 1940 NW 73rd st., Sandra 11
and/colter?, ever assembled.. Thedate'.JiJ@ Darvllle, 15, 1681 NW 74th terr. THEATRE OPA LOC xAT .
> >:'jJ"17.1 and Vivian Rutherford, 15, of "l. NA 1-7322

!\ 7036 NW 19th ave. All are 10th SUN., MON., TUI &.
ti'" 4pWednesday night, graders.All "Gunsmoke Tucson"Mark
&; eWar w'd Bobby BoydtM'fiitytine were rushed to Jackson at
in 4 seconds Hospital. Webb was treated and Stevens

of } :Qpiw.Qn'a released and was arrested and
tb ; charged with,,causing an accident. Plus"Heir.

't" : "b ,,ro.under, Johnny Webb was later released on. a', ot.d INv Unit.d tlsn
Five Hour a I
Grey2t Wn a lsPt decision $500. bond.
over l.tarnest"f Terrell, 193. All Robinson's condition Thurs- Steve McNally "
these flghter dare from Chicago. day was listed as serious. He suffered I .:
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THE MIAMI TIMES the Peoples' Newspaper" PROBE HARLEM Loan Program during a single academic -
is $1,000. Normally, repayment -
year
B.-C.
28 1959 POLICEMEN; Announced at with 3 percent interest
SATURDAY FEBRUARY ,
PAGE 10 ,
;}: after the
I SOME BROKENIN DAYTONA BEACH Bethune will begin one year
be full time
borrower ceases to a
Cookman College, Under a federal I
RANKNEW Borrowers who subse-
student.
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II : White Teacher in Love YORK CITY (CNS-) student I applications for: loan program from loans is non-and accepting years quently in teach a public as elementary lopg as five or

In the Big Shakeup Involving the students summer secondary school may 'have ,as
for .academic beginning I
loans year
discovery of a $1,500,000 policy much as fifty percent of the loan' \
: the New York in Setember The loan I
ring In Harlem, and interest cancelled. Lesser
Killer Police accused of looking the program, administered by the credit at the rate of 10 per centa
'May Save Negro other way while the police operated J. S. Cilice of Education thru I 'year may be gained for shorter
I National Defense Act will
the
( >" were all "broken" by the teaching periods.For .
t ., department. be available only to persons attending -
BUFFALO, N.Y. One of POlIce; Commissioner Kennedy summer session who\ will full particulars and appli-
three Negroes convicted of first- In AppreciationS vowed that if his men did'not enroll for a full course at the cation blanks write James E
I'' degree 'murder may be saved stick to the "straight and nar- start of the next academic year. Huger, chairman of the Loan
from the electric chair because a row they will have to suffer The first grants for summer Committee, Bethune-Cookman
White school teacher is in love the consequences." Meanwhile, in session will be based on applica- College, Daytona Beach, FJa

,; with him. :Brooklyn a 'special session was tions received or bearing a postmark -
last called to hear cases of three polIcemen not later than April 17, and -
three
In convicting the accused of illegal wire- loans for the September 1959 session -
week an Erie County Jury Dewitt recom-R ,ai/._ping in an attempt to shake will be based on applications Get Ready For The
for
mended leniency sawn a bookmaker.In submitted not later than May 1.
Lee Jr., 21. The teacher testified the biggest demotion of police The college said considerationgiven YOUNG DEMOCRATS
that Lee and she sat In an outo- S 2 /
five to applications after these
the
\f brass in past years
t mobile while the other two held Commissioner Kennedy busted dates will depend on funds remaining CALENDAR TEA

i up a clothing store. four. At the top of the list after the first group of
The store proprietor was shot. was Deputy Chief Inspector Wil- grants has been made. The extent Sunday, April 12 ,
.am J. McGowan, demoted to, of the student's need for
'1 First-degree murder in New captain, lowest rank under civil lands to complete his education '
I York State carries a mandatory Y\ service rules. He had been in is the primary consideration in -1m >&T: ::

death :penalty unless the slaying : :, .hargti: of tne 10th Division in the awarding of grants, Normal
I I 'I E occurred during a felony. In felony darlem. progress will be a necessary con. FOR SALE
f cases, the jury may recommend It was Kennedy's confidential dition for continued loan pay-
I leniency and the judge may ,quad ,lAfiich, acting on a tip, uncovered ments.Special'. New_ 3-Bedroom
}r, give a life sentence. the policy ring and
consideration will be
,.1 The other men convicted were caught the four cops in the net. given to applicants with superior 2-Bath Home
Walter T. (Pancho) Green and
.\18U demoted was Inspector Her- academic
backgrounds who wisho
Henry (Snow) Flakes, both 31 Hardwood Floors Garage
+ L. otri Koehler who had been Mcowan's teach in
elementary or secon- .
and both ex-convicts Flakes Large Lot 70x90
.; "second in command"and dary schools and to this whose

: once was a heavyweight boxer. ;;" : .wf4.W,..,,*SiK.Y4.;:::,: ......vxa V.,.....,_. ...". Inspector McGowan Edward aid. Cecil Hayes Bush, another academic backgrounds indicatesa 6635 N.W. 24th Ave.
I Friedman superior capacity
They shot Joseph or preparation -
appreciation a veteran of 28 years, was denied in science mathematics Open Sunday 3 to 5 p.m.
i 52, in his clothing store in near- is with sincere engineering -
I his
by Lackawanna. About $100 and and (gratitude that I offer my' retirement on the eve of or a modern foreign '
taken. the won- uwtu.ne to be eligible language. ir f
some clothing were best in thanking many
derful friends who rememberedme "li .s my .avowed purpose to ..
During the trial, the defense with visits, cards, flowers, cooperate with any and all agen- BBH BH aEH HBMHBBBBaBBHBHH9BI EBwauSlAlKfiZctfi9(3acOPPORTUNITY ,
contended that Green and Flakes contributions and prayers dur- cies designed to root out corrup- |
were drunk at the time. ing my recent confinement in Lion in any manner, shape or AWAITS YOU
Jackson Memorial Hospital. form," the Commissioner statedin
.
{ Christmas Seals a Trembled voice. SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLOREDPSYCHIC .
'Tho not fully recovered, I am -rtRacist
much improved, and much of READER
Sales Over The TopThe this improvement has resulted Group Asks ,

'from your man: Inquiries, tele- Removal of -
1958-59 Tuberculosis phone calls and deeds of kind-
,. Christmas Seal Sale has exceeded ness. School BoardA

its $155,000 minimum goal by The proficiency of doctors, segregation leader said last f M E
almost $2,000 as of Feb. 25 of Friday the Florida White Citi-
assistants and attendants
nurses,
contributions.More .
follow-up zens Council will petition for
at the hospital was beyond reproach removal -
than 73,000 Dade Coun- and I have nothing shortof of the ,Dade County School
tians have given a total of $1 6- the best to offer these fine Board, because the board is allowing .
\ 910 to date to support the program people. integration to begin at Or-
and services of the 29- For the bedside prayers' of chard Villa school
year-old Dade County Tuberculosis Revs, Ernest Hutcheson, H. E. S. Fred Hockett, executive secretary -
Association Seventeen :percent Reeves and Archdeacon John E of the Council, said that organization .
; I 1' more people have contributed Culmer; the skillful and attentive and the Dade Chapter
,I this year than last. services of my physician, Dr. of the National States Rights
I Chas. T. Justiz; the kind expres- Party will circulate petitions
The all-Mail Christmas Seal sions throughout the .
by Church of The Trans- county
Sale which opened last Nov. 14, Hockett said executives both
figuration, Collegians' Club, De- of
is, as of today, 13 percent aheadof lightful-ettes Club, North's Travel groups were meeting In Miami
the amount raised as of even Bureau, Elliott J. Pieze and and planning to send representatives Let my years of Experience guide! and protect you through
date a year ago services of other dutiful friends to Tallahassee.
"
Life as a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
Continued contributions received an added "thank you." .
through March 31 apply My loving mother, and devoted WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE MEFor ,
against the 1958-59 effort daughters were inspirations to Support Your Success in Business And Love
A total of $142,209 was received my recovery with their continued .
in the final 1957-58 Christmas vigilance. YMCA MembershipDrive CONSULT .HER -

Seal Sale, through March 31, Thanks again, everybody. 0 You can, now have your home' made happy
Plans for expanded tuberculosis Stanley Sweeting 0 Get and Hold the position you so long wantedDon't

services and an all-out -- -- in the
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" 0 Stay rut, get out now
tuberculosis finding and
case
public education program will be 0 By the help of God she can help you

announced in early March. ft COMMUNITYDRUG Remove evil influence, if you are'sick, worried or in
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trouble. '

U STORECOR. It will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium Pint

Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can

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strange power
N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
1 WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED sam God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel

of old is still alive today and will open a way for you through

Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery the troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead you or

COSMETICS GIFTS' HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE you stumble with him.

SEAL TEST, ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS Do you doubt the existence of things. because you cannot see
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. re- Good Calling All Dorsey THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"

:erest the Morning JudgeNew Alumni SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1959 PAGE -11

time Attention- all; students who
The
Angels Keep Singing in Bethlehem
bse- From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court graduated in the class of 1949 ,
five JUDGE JOHN and all other Dorsey alu nnl. r''l'
D.
JOHNSON, Presiding Please meet- at Dorsey Junior Chorus: Yes, on every Christmas Day, theyhear the, .;
y or
, ,as 'By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer High School o-n Sunday at 6:00: Angels, .
loanesser[ .. P.in. room five, the old library. Keep-ta singing in Bethlehem. .
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We would like to plan for a real t You know the Christ, our Lord is here .
cent Monday, February 16, the num- fined $25 or 10 days each, and' class reunion. Call and notify all, Now can't you hear the Angels singing, ,1 N
[ber of cases listed for trial in both classmates.
)rter Municipal Court was increasedto school.ordered to attend traffic Mrs. Annette McNeal You know the New Born King, Christ the Lord is here,

91, instead of the usual 80, E.. C. Edwards, chairman And he was born in Bethlehem. ,
)pH- which has 'been the total duringthe :Hattie Sam-son, charged with INDF '
; E Poor little Jesus He born in Bethlehem. '
[ ,vast several weeks., disorderly conduct by creating a was
an Pathetic, indeed was the case disturbance, dismissed. Yes, in the old cow stable, in a manger of the ox,

nan of Lucius James, 23, 1215. NW Willis Wilson GIVE. CIVET TO THE Then a star came down from the. Heavens had never been
64th st. James was charged with charged with seen before
disorderly conduct by creating a disorderly conduct by creating a UNITED FUND! ,
... disturbance and with assault disturbance fined $15 or 6 days And the Three Wise Men were going along, .

-.- v. with hands on his mother, Mrs.: ---. ----- - They were searching for the Child was born.
------
," V Theresa James of the same ad- They were going sometime right .and sometime wrong
,. :,, dress. I 4B-Ceans to Enter Meharrv Still they kept-A traveling on. ,

f The Incident occurred about Then an Angel spoke in a mournful groan, ,
8:25: Friday night at 1252 NW ,,". He said you Three Wise Men are going wrong. ;;
64th st., according to Officer E. Just follow that star down there .below, r, '* *
L. Strickland, who along with ;
Officer W. Davis, were the arresting And it will lead you to the Baby's home.

officers. Kirkland told the Then the star went straight to the Baby's hom;'
court that he and his partner received -
i1Ie a call to go to the James' And it stayed over the Baby's ,cradle.
home to Investigate a disturbance It led the straight way for the Three Wise Men, .
The .officer said James was So that they wouldn't be late and would be on time.i'oor .
pointed out to them as the man -4 M ir Little Mary, she was a mighty great woman 'l'

causing further the disturbance.said that James The officer She is the Mother of the precious Child born.

at a neighbor's home, became was be- -.-- -- ..... -.....--- ., ".,,.,._, f''' ''_ It's n Holy Night nnd a Silent Night J .
ligerent when ,he saw them and Written by Sister Willie Griffin
threatened to, hit his mother for Dr. W. A. McMillan, dean of Mrs C. C. Benton fo Ft. Pierce; Pure and Heart Spiritual Christian Singers
Bethune-Cookman
calling the police. that College 'announced Prince Benjamin Oliver Jr.:, This is the best .and, greatest Spiritual Song in History
two members
of class of 1958, and the son of Mr. .
.,..... The officers learned that the August Class of 1958 and two and Mrs. Prince B. Oliver of
James is a sidk man ,who needs members of the May class of Cross City; Orion Copeland, a It Is Almost Slavery Now ,
attention and that the call to 1959 applications were approvedby prospective graduate ,of the May
S them was made in order to have the Florida Certification Committee class, 1959, and the son of Mr. CHORUS
them intercede and possibly take to enter Meharry Medical and Mrs. Ruth Wilson of Tampa Please, Almighty God, make haste and set Us free !
1 James to a hospital for treatment. College for the 1959>60 term. and Everett E. Abney, a prospective Lord, 'way back yonder in olden days .
Mrs. James explained that her These students have taken the graduate of the May When they bruted and killed the slaves
son is sick and needs attention. Medical Aptitude Test and met class of 1959 and the son of Mr. up
She declared that she did not see all other qualifications for enterIng and Mrs. Everett Abney of Day, We got to pray so hard to make it through tho Pearly
her son attempt to hit. James MeHarry at Nashville, iTenn. tona Beach. white gate.
admitted that some time he for the 1959.60 term.
ago, Then Abraham stepped in Lord.
used to use dope. From left to right: Clem C. These applicants expect to matriculate *
Judge Johnson recommended Benton Jr., a member of the classof at Meharry In September He freed them from out of misery
that Mrs. James have her son examIned 1958 and the son of Dr. and 1959. They sang new songs of Zion when he freed them,
for future treatment. The Then the enemy slipped in Lord, ,and took his life away.
judge then dismissed all of the Lord, in those days it was Slavery time,-
charges against James. Lord it is almost slavery now.
Among other cases heard and
. disposed of were the following: 'PIANO SICK ? We are a weeping Race of people Lord. '.

. Dorothy Jackson, charged with P Sometime they are beaten, bruted, driven and slain. 'I'' .
f. days being drunk, fined $10. or four SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. I fitt Lord, each and every day

Henry Lee Farmer charged Lord, we've been treated the same old way,
with carrying concealed weapona FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO" A j Ever since we have been in this land. .'

( knife) fined' $50 or 20 days. AND ORGAN SERVICES N This song is in behalf of ,our Colored race. of people
Mose Watkins, charged with -how we'are now being treated in this world.
disorderly
disturbance conduct, fined $15 by creating a 1935 N.W. 153rd St. Composed by Sister Willie Griffin
or .6 days. SERVICEMU
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Align Attaway; charged with Sister Sarah Brown, Narrator

reckless driving and /with giving 8.3770 _ .. Zocycxk
false information to a police officer B J - -- - -

Joe Bob Jackson-charg .

ed with giving false information Flashes
'L 1" Heights
to a police officer, in connection I Richmono I
with the same case both men FOR BETTER PICTURES . See

Ii A D, TAUYORINSPIRATION

Johnson of MiamiDinners
r J. B. SMITH
PERIOD area of Miami, where there are
ELECTRICSERVICE Parties Weddings Passports thousands of people but not an
Lent is the most inspiring period AME church, Rev. Taylor asks
Home Movies of the year. It is selfsacrificing your prayers and help in doing
time. During this sacred ;period this great service for God and
Electrical Contractor Baby Pictures A Specialty Christians the 'world over the Great AME church.
are in one accord, or should be,
HOUSE WIRING 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294DON'T with the Master. We share his
last days on earth before Hit

"Don't cuss Call us"I ' --....-- ............ ........, death and sufferings by giving up Need Money Fast?
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something for the Master. Fasting -
PHONE NE 5-3058
I with prayer and conleera.tion Mortgage loans, refinance,
I are in order to strengthenand
Night
or Day
LOSE YOUR LICENSE prolong our faith, hope, and all types of property.: 'No

love for our Master In rendw-- inspection fees. Mortgage
TO DRIVE lag our service pledge to God

Everybody Can Get And Everybody Can Afford for His mercies and glitz, we from $100 up.Allapattah.
Beautiful Home oa humbly keep each day of Lent
Your LotComplete AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE AT sacredly and religiously embraceall Mort. Co.
that IB good and unselfish.
Unw & SERVICE FIRST IHS. AGENCY When Lent closes, we should Phone PL 1.1789
each come forth as new creaturesin
645 N.W. 36th St. 16650 N.W. 27th Avenue the sight of God Let us keepa or evening NE 8.8270COMMUNITY
PL 9-5284 NA full Lent and grow each day
4 (en faith and
Six Months Policies Start as Low as $12 Down'II ahIp.

Congratulations to the NAACP I

building srvk upon the 50th anniversary this
month. It is coincidental that We
S PLANNING are holding our membershipdrive I
I BUILDING closing at this time. When
I FINANCINGYour DOR-CHA Inc. the word closing is used, it does
not mean that membership will
New Home not be accepted, We close one
REPAIRINGREMODELING drive to continue to accept mem-

Heal Estate Rentals headquarters berships the is year beautifully round. locat-The

RENOVATING ed at 809 NW 3rd ave. Stop In -1TN'
or write in for your membership -
Over Twenty Years of -.- Next week a full accountof
Construction Experience the drive closing will be givento KafrNl .
Guaranteed Satoefaetlon you. Mrs M. Bethel has donea 9
1009 N.W. 2nd Ave. fine job In Richmond Heights

PQaaE7oaoaa4 along with the many others over
the county ,to be mentioned.
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9ra Phone FR 4-0028-FR 4-3853 The Rev. W. E. Taylor recent DRUGS
ly was accepted by Bishop 8.
NE 6-6171 '
Green and presiding'Elder Allen 6750 N.W. IBth AYe...
1121 N.W. 29th Street MIAMI 36, FLORIDA of the North Miami! District of
Miami the AME church to organize a
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.. THE, MIAMI, TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" officiating.. Burial in Hallandale,, 1 1 n.l . '

PAGE ((12 SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1959 DEATHS CemeteryMlt\ I .The; Best' People .
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I I ; :. / ', '1 Live at. ; '., .
I John ".-Jacobs Jr., of,508 NW /Atlantie Manor' '
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CARD OF THANKS.. CARD OF THANKSThe PIONEER MIAMIAN 15thst iwhV' died FetxvJ;: ?. wash, : : ,) I. .

rhhhe family of the !.late family of the late PASSES \1'I shipped to -0pftltiv Mvherjf dm'ningfrarh %. t: .. 'Garden. .' t
.1' MARVIN BROWN MR. BEN JONES FOURTH' :Home-viva: in t: :
.who died Feb. 13, 1959 wish tothank wishes to thank the many friendsand Walter H. Jackson, 3601 NW' charge of interment.' 'Mf.Jacobs APartni: ; ;.::;"
the many friends for their members of the Antioch and 183rd st., Coral City, died at Is! survived*:*by j.1
Churches for his place of employment, Rena Tot rphit 't : : ..
!kindness and thoughtfulness Friendship; Baptist home, ; 't' i + .
.. .. .. ( jorthwest
shown, during the dark hours of their flowers, dards, telegrams, with a heart attack on Feb. 21, '. ;/" ; . ,
bereavement. letters, cars and most of all their The deceased was 4 ... Gratefully, brotherly love that expressedtheir resident having come to Miami 8th st.1C difed f Feb. 22*and was .. "
'Mrs, Inez Brown, wife sympathy to us in our hourof from his native home in Jack buried Wednesday in the Dade -" : .'

Mrs. Sinkey \ Brown, mother bereavement. Also special sonville over 40 years ago. County Cemel8ry( ;'.
thanks to pastor, Rev. O. W. t .
Lollis Brown, brother our Jackson worked for many '
And ,children' Foster, ushers, choir and the as a train porter for the ,f" Homes ,For Sale .", '
Range Funeral Home for, their Florida years East Coast Railroad Co., eniors I In Hialeah ','
services rendered to us.
untiring
IN MEMORIAM the life of the company'sfounder
during
May God bless all of Funeral services for Willie J,
you
an memory of my dear Mrs. Emma Jones Henry M. Flagler. He Brawn of 340 NW 9h s.,. who,.'died Only $295 Down' '
daughter. and husband And Family was one of the system's earlY.iemployees. Saturday. Feb 21 was held Feb, .:,
SYHLE LOUISE JOHNSONand In later years, he was. 25 at .Seniors! Funeral chapel $75 fper month t
employed by the Red, Top Bag with the Rev, Clifford McClary Will get you a nice 'CBS
JAMES JOHNSON CARD OF THANKS gage Transfer Co, where he remained officiating He' is "survived by his home. Only- a few 'left so
The family of the late with the McNeil Agencyfor wife Thelma. ,
who passed away Feb. 24, 1942, several Jackson was a don't wait. Open Sat. and
ELEANOR LAMB BUTLER years.
and Feb. 27, 1957 respectively.
It has been years since you takes this method in expressingits World War I veteran. Funeral services for George Sun.

left us. Friends may think we thanks and appreciation for Surviving are a former wife, Holmes of 348; NW 14th st. wno Ford Realty
have forgotten you, when at the many kindnesses extended Mrs Selena Jackson; seven cou- died Feb. 22 ,will. be held Feb. 29 821 N.W. 54th St.
times they see us smile. But during the time of bereavement sins, Mrs. Emma Church, Mrs. at White STinis, Fla. He is
they little know the heartachesour Special thanks to Rev. L. A. Ruby Higgs Cutler, Marcellus survived by. his., sister, Mary, two PL 7.2559
smiles hide oil the while You Thompson of Temiple Baptist Cutler, Mrs. Leona Roberts of brotners. .. .
still live in our memory. We miss Church and the choir. May God Hallandale; Mrs. G. W. Young, I
your loving smiles and care, but bless all of you. Miss Margie Young, Miss Debro The body {: George Daniels of
God has smoothed our aching Mrs Cora Lamb, mother Young of Miami; and a host of Goulds who died Monday, Feb. Terrific
hearts and driven away our tears And family friends. 23 iwas shipped, to Biloxi, Miss. _
We know that you are resting in Funeral services will be held 'whre ifuneral service will be See 5854 N.W. 13th Ave. .:
that Heavenly home above. CARD: OF THANKSThe Sunday, March 1 at 3 pan at held March.::1,' He 1 is. survived by '
Esther E. Johnson, wife family of the late Thompson's Funeral Home in nis wife, HatUe ,, $590 CASH .

Pauline E. Woods, daughterElla MR. JULIUS STEPHANSwho Hallandale with the Rev. Davis Furnished 1-bedroom home. Plus
\
Jean Smith, died suddenly on Jan 28 .
granddaughter wish to express; their since ----- Richardlson'With' s.. : screened porch can be used as

thanks' to all their friends and -. -. .... p5.A'"Ta e J./Castor, '473. NW, 14th second bedroom. Freshly painted,
CARD OF THANKS neighbors for their kindness and .f!" t! st.,,"' d.ln...the ;Jackson Memo ; inside and out. ; '

The wife and ,family of the I sympathy during their .hour of .<1 n., rial Hospital,'on:,Feb,. 21,;\,Funeral -, Only $72.00 Month ,
--- _.- .-- -- ._. ,-- 'bereavement. a7 ;held from- the,:chapel, .on Feb.. One mortgage payment ': .:I..
Special thanks to Rev: George : : 26 at 2<'p.m...\v4th-byrlal{ in Parading !
Dove and the Range Funeral : ., ,
Memorial.Gardens.. ,
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dome for their services renderad ..:. '. ,, ,: .:r:1: Also near 58th Street .
to us. . ,r Wilylie Louis Pollock, 15750 (Nicely landscaped, partly fur-.
May God Mess all of yoU !.. :',;:";j t NW 18th court, Opa Locka, died nished 3-bedroom home.
Mrs Naomi Mathis jL''t '..,.. in the Veterans Hospital on Feb. .
1 1l 1t
And Family !: 1 22. Funeral services' conducted $995 CASH .
IN MEivlORIAM K :; ; from New Bethel, of Opa Locka ,
on Feb. 27 at 2 pin. with burial $11,300 Balance
In sad but loving memory of in Evergreen Park.
ny dear son, '. '
RONALD MILLER 1 'i I Mrs;. Gertrude-'Crenshaw, 1621 Gold Coast Realty

who. departed this life Feb. 28 NW 6tr\ ave v.died: :on Feb. 21, 4301 N.W, 2nd Ave. '.
58We Funeral services conducted from PL 1-2426
love you !but Jesus loved Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, Feb. .28, L
you best. at 2,. pjn. with. burial in Paradise : -.,
Your dear mother, Gardens. .4
4 " 'r ....
Mrs. Maud Andrewsand
Mrs. Gladys Pratt '
Susan
Butler Diesat . FOR SALE

IN MEMORIAMIn ..
1N"'i/I\ Key'WestMrs. $1,000 Down

sad but' loving memory of REV. J. J, Perkins > Modern 2-bedroom CBS
Husband and father February 28, 1954 Susan Butler, retired mid-
...,- ...,., I wife home. Balance $125 month.S .
I } I Dear pastor, five years have of Key West, wa* pro.
MR CLAUDE DILLARDwho : passed since the day that you nounced ,dead on arrival at Monroe ee .2248 N.W. 51st Terr.: .

departed this life on Feb 17, : ; loft us. The blow was .great, the General 'Hospital Thursday
wish to take this method of rt shock severe: We little thoughtthe evening, Funeral. services are incomplete .
thanking all of their friends for end was near; and only >> ,,at this ,writing. $2,000 Down

cards, telegrams floral contri- 1 those who have lost can tell the 4-unit CBS. Excellent
butions and other kindnesses :. pain of parting without farewell. ,
rendered during their time: of More each! day we miss you ''dear ., For The 'Highest in ,'. .Income .(
bereavement. Friends may think the .wound ,). I
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Special thanks to the Mt. Zion Is healed; :but they little know If. COSMETICS .'t.... '.".r.>.
Church congregation and Sun- the sorrow that lies within our Call YUkon 3.5681 $300 Down
day School and the Range Fun- hearts concealed., Frame house. Price $6,000.g
eral Home for sympathetic ser- Mother ,Johnson and Friends '.SANDS" 40.. $60 a month. "/
vices. Atao
We pray God's blessing upon ? 'Miami Times Newspaper a .;;1
all of you. IN MEMORIAMIn
P WEST HOLLYWOOD, FLA. DUPLEX *
CBS
Albertha Dillard wife 5t ;f
a t ,tij Y remembrance. of our dear *
And Family mother, $500 Down :.a
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Price $13,000. Balance $110
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IN MEMORIAMIn -
FOR SALE *
a month. ,..: ,;
loving memory of our dear, .' ,
departed mother and grand- 3 House p J

mother, Two 2-bedroom houses and $500 'Down r

'__ n'_ .- one 1-bedroom house. Good 2-bedroom CBS. Price $10- [

MR. FRANK SHAW income property on corner 900. Balance $87.50 month.. "

w, who died Feb 26, 1&58. May he lot, 150x108 feet. In city of Welt Hollywood. 'Fr. t
rest in peace Miami. '. ,I
We love you but Jesus loves you ::
!best. Good future

The Family :r. CHARLES H. PYKE ;"


Homes For Sale , For ,information .... REALTOR ., r. .' 1

N w ,.N.W.J'Seth 'Si' ,8rea. Very Phone JPR 4-9865 y
'like '!2 bedrooms" ,Large; Florida or PLaza 7-8151 ,
room, Like. new* Price and terms write tat ". Tr
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low., ,", ,'" 145 N.E. '2nd Ave. PLaza 4-0782 'I.
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.'Good, ( Thy: .,' ,i Juan. ,Jurado I

tY NEW 57th :,St. area, CBS 2- ed- I. ,
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rooms with beautiful Florida .

a yEDDEN room{ Priced, 119, sell with .low A t ,
down payment, '

N.W.55th_ Terrace I A. Membership in NAACP
MARGARET SAMPSONthe
MRS. :
On 75x103 ft. lot. 3 VERY ",
Is Small Price :
LARGE BEDROOMS. Living Wife of the late Rev. S. A. a .I, ,

room with fireplace. Dining Sampson, who I departed this life "; ., . ,' ., '.
room, ., ''I4t. : :
Feb. 28 1942 To
Pay For Freedom Y-
big kitchen and.breakfast room, -: ;::1 "
A few more years shall pass. ',14 ,
Priced to sell today. 'I
garage. I r I "
KNOWL&S'who $12,995 with $1,995 'down $85 A few more partings here Who. else has done more for ? _.k ...
departed this life Feb. 25, per month: And we shall meet our loving you.. ,;j ;

19.\1. CALL HARRY DENNY onesWherewe JOIN TODAY! : ' .
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A beloved, Christian mother ,PL 7-8250 will part no more. : !

one who Is sorely missed, .1 but' . '1" 1 i Your children, .. MIAMI PRANCH ,_'. '- '
wiQ always be remembered. The: Keyes Co.I Irene G. Pratt ;..J.'t,. .'I '
Bertha\ K. Lewis, daughter 'd'I -' 4''Realtor '* ' < 1).} Cleveland. Smnpspn 809 N.W3rd'Ave.. .| Phone FR 7-4831..: el4i'L177L. A

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TO BE DISCUSSED ON REZONINGAT
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IMPORTANT MEETING



MONDAY MARCH 2. 7:30: m.

r:;,;:... ...: .' """ 1Wind'ow -),. .-" .. p.

,Cleaning and, light hauling LEGAL NOTICE "I'.'

Call -ROBERT SMITH. Notice of intentlon'to registern AT DOUGLAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Phone\ NE 5-9687

1635. >aliW l 6)h: 't, F28 No. compliance 1175 No. with 2W53 1, o laws sejBtl i "of) 312 N.W. 12th \(\Street. ,.1 .I

: 'CHILD CApE Florida '1941. *

WILL JAKE' ":'.tor'.four k hildtenwhle PRINftE CAFE, 338" NW 14th W Wit

you work.,. 6A3Q. NW 20thAvebX Ej t.undet.which"" (1. name L", we 'dosit '
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.J 7894. ". b J 1" {ss,. Willie James, Prince, an
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( 'J'y oWner,. E'ease"Prlnee': ,- coowner; N. I. 28 SI .. :r.4'A ...#':/A'' :..: 'r 'r1r /lSIli.'tY .
JOB OPPORTUNITIES, Feb. 7, 14, 21. 28 ,
Miami Urban
"'The "Areajer
Lea u& announces job opportun- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Itifp for' ,the following, positions: that the undersigned desiring to !
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J lt., .',Y11 .A. .l rA 1.1 Jhl 'I YI t'
Dr'ver (public welfare vehicyle) engage in business under the fictitious :
.. ........ J.,
casework supervisor' welfare Interviewer name of .APOLO BAR, at I
water chemist, labora- 4928 NW 22nd 'ave.In, the City
tory assistant, 'ptimmer, mosquito of Miami, Dade County, Florida, nisi irA1Y A r Y/j Y'a.w.r. 1
control inspector I, engineering inte nds to register the said name
aide I, fireman, maintentance with the Clerk of the Circuit ..... 1 .:...1..J.( ....1.J.1,11
repairman (general)), clerk typ- Court of Dade County Florida.
ie'i T clerk stenographer I. Dated at Miami, Florida, this
For detail information regard- 17th day of February, 1959. :: 1... .
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Wheatley Jr. of the Urban "
League or call FR 1-6476. WANTEDTOP
':
WAGES for Beach Job$.
FOR. SALE Service station "man, lube experience *
local references $50 to
1S7Sri
Its
5xl5fl DEERFIELD BEACH if. "Yr
Porters Beach experienc,
on SE 2nd Ct East of S.E. Is $65 , 1" AN.
S50; Cook, housekeeper $50. ,five
Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRanklin lays week Couples for domestic I. tO St

7-4812 Ind' +service $400: Hotel maids 'many'for :.:.:.: b: '.L.A.. i
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6 days, experienced $42
LOT -Reasonable price. Naaaau Reliable Employment ''Service,' 1 i 11 '1 .',.J1.. Y T, Y =
Village, Front Wolf Road. Bath Beach. Ir v v
el Sundries, 6828 NW 18th are 432, Espanola'" Miami Mar 7 J //.i/l1JJl1. l1 .1. 1 '11 J1

Phone OX 18785. I 'r r tlJ'iSal

I NICE COUPLE to' share house >
ONE FAMILY: House or office with Call mornings NEwton , .::
man. : i 7i
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on valuable' business lot. 1168 3-2303, See it at 2435 NW 62nd : : 1 1Y'r l
NW 62nd st. indf St. '

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ROOMING> HOUSE on valuable BEAUTY OPERATORS at

business lot. Will pay Itself off Vogue Beauty Box 929 NW 3rd : L1illrJ1vltti: Ci. ;': \ 'Yi
1172 NW 62nd st. Jndl *ve., phone FR 4-9130. Ask for l..l.J, 'A. 1 ''lt' '11 1 7ii
- I Mrs. Jones J
Buy Direct From Owner

NICE 2-BEDROOM CBS HOME. HAT STYLIST wanted for busy ':. :.:; 711.7. ,' '' v.Y! Y/ I- .
House has ,2 bedrooms, living shop, call HI 8-6016.
room, dinettekitchen; carporte, ; lY/A
a :
Florida room on 50x100 ft. lot
FOR SALE
Gas stove, electric refrigerator,
wall-towall carpet, tiled front RICHMOND HEIGHTS N.WJ4 St
porch, fire place, only one mort- 3 bedroom home, excellent con,
gaaU go with deal. House dition, Price $10,000. Terms Call
,
Realty ...1 'r '/. :A.':,,' ,
built in 1950. Stop in and look CE 54246. Ora D. Taylor
.IJ..IJ. Al ,J.lr SJA J,
this
buy over. 3300 Oak Ave. Broker.
Coconut Grove, HI 6-6690. ., ,b. 1L . AYr 1..

PERRINE /11T.1/1. 1r.i ... ,1Yr'ir
HOUSE AND LOT 1541 NW 2 homes for sale, 2 and 3 bed- 'ly.'

67th 3>t. See Rev. N. -F Clark at rooms. Total price $6,300 and :: .!Jrl rll rll 11 J.1i! r'.Y r:! '1, .::1/
1552 NW ,68th St., OX 1-5614. $6,900. Large lots. Terms. :Y: 111YJ11Yi/'vi' rrr i'r,4 :,

BY OWNER In fine shape: Two 10 duplexes -' $10,500 each,
bedroom house., Large screened $600 down terms on, balance.
porch, car porte and a. three y J+:IJJA''.
room efficiency, separate utilities 30 lots 'in Perrine from $1,250. :5
as Income property. Both fuUy in Richmond Heights,; Call.
JJAY/A
furnished On corner lot. Small 'rJJ1

down Ora D. Taylor . .
payment or will take cash. r'1 /I Yt .J 'lrlrr.i...l. i'1't
1395 NW 58th terr. REALTY BROKER

I Lincoln, Blvd.
14601
ONE 8 ft. 'Servel refrigerator anda 1. 11#....1,1'.wi'z. /: ',.'+' ,
Magic Chef stove 1620 NW Richmond Height, Fla.
65th st. OX 12247.2BEDROOMS .
,, CE 5.4246FOR t ':'/ .: Yiily t.: .h.:. IA'0/ '
furnished $30 I i : .' %% \ r : ; /

week. $60 down,.. 1346 NW 69th RENTROOM t....'.;' .
st. NA 43092. 'J fAY/JiiYJ '1'iv' .1:.
for young couple In a private -
1 BEDROOM ;Apr))O furnished: : home with privileges. 1913

1847, ;NW 55th, Tern Phone NE NW 55th terr. N. W. Ii a T.

5-91176".f;,.*.. o. ROOM. Private enhance. 1032A

2-BEDROOM APT. tiling roost, NW 69th at. Phone OX 13207. ..

kitchen, refrigerator furnished. __ '
Brownsville area. Call NE 4-3933. Who Will be ;'
\ IIIIIIIIIillllill ,, i
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FURNISHED. 2-bedrootn "" apt.172T Miss Gethsemane? B.2 1-4 C -I I .
NW 6th court.: Phone OX .
1-5695. Gethsemane Court, No. 338,
Heroines of Jericho, i?ill celebrateits -
'with the
anniversary
MODERN 2-bedroom apt., stove, seventh 'Queen on .I-4 r I j
refrigerate : and' water, quiet. coronation of its R.2 R- 3
24 at 8:00:
Inquire 844 NW 70th st., apt. 5 Tuesday night, March ZONING BOARD I is engaged -
NA 1952.. 7 ,-. x Indf o'clock/ THE CITY OF MIAMI PLANNING AND
There are four contestants vie- in the preparation of a new Zoning Ordinance which will even-

FURNISHED ROOM in ,Liberty Jng for the.crown Janette:: Mw. Lily Brown Mae, ,tually replace the existing Ordinance in its entirety.

cityr; can bx15597.. M&j Beasley Welhelmina, Mrs. tfc hwon and During the preparation of this Ordinance, .he Board is holding a

Rozier. _h.7-...T' ,f " Mrs.Mrs.,. Sadie Mae Clark, defend- series of public meetings throughout the City. The purpose of these

0, log is to tell the property owners about the proposed new Ordinance .
meetings
FOR RENT Ipicy'program will be held,
j A A. and to discuss with them the regulations a. they may affect

FURNISHED one room apartment -i Rollehe OWPbyofeOrdeThomas their area. '
all efficiency, private sur Stars, the principal speaker. Activities One of these meetings will be held this Monday night, ,March 2, :

roundings.. Driveway for your' will be held at Love and at 7:30 p.m. at the cafetorium of Douglas Elementary School, 312 NW
cars In Opa Locka, Bunch Park. Charity Hall, NW 3rd
Phone NA 1-6654. Indf and Wth corner refreshments 12th STREET.The the ( above and
i-1 ave. terVed.SUpport complete area to be discussed is shown on map
2560 NW 155th ST. 3 bedroom being U bounded by NW 28th Street on the north, NW 5th Street on the

home Call Mr. Johnson -OXford south, NW 7th Avenue on the west, and N. Miami 'Avenue on the east.

-1-9541.-:--I, '. Your All interested persons are invited and urged to attend this Impor-

COMPLETELY FURNISHED one Membership tant meeting this Monday night

bedroom ,rapt with' free water. YMCA _k._"
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r: .\ ,( f ., I ,MT. ZION BAPTIST You should have been present. .
I', .' "' ., The guest speaker, Mrs. Harolean
"' ..' ." .. .- .,: -" ". Luvenia Knox ( '
t (." \ a Storr, spoke out of her heart.
: J.: : \ : Public Relations Officer Her address and the church choir '

sat the congregation on fire (
so
,
The Mt. Zion Baptist Church
to speak). The services were
and its
congregation many
aglow with spiritual animation.
I, friends extremely proud of
I :I ar
1. The usher board rendered
,\ I the opportunity to have the. Rev. song
1 I' .' / C&CTdi Marion Bascomb of Baltimore, as service Sunday night and they
service
/ finished the with that old
I ,' IU .1. : our speaker on Sunday, Feb. 2 time gospel religion.
.. neto
at the'11 o'clock service. Expres-
Come with us can help
i;r '; l sions of favor were gratifying as and we con do ,thee you good us
those presentspoke of his pre-
',' i ; ',' sentation of the subject, "The
r God We Want And The tk>d We
: ; Need." If each of us who have MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.

: THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" BETHANY BAPTIST quite a _number of years to our E. M. Thomas, pastor
credit would take retrospective
1:1' 3078 N.W. 45th St a
Phyllis Myers, reporter"I
vlov| of our lives we would find
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1959 Rev. Rudy Keaton pastor
Sunday School........... 9:30: .. that at some mint In life we have 'Will lift up mine eyes unto

Morning Service ............ 111m: searched for the God we wantedin the hills from whence cometh my

XAVIER GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. BTU ................................ 5:30: pjn lieu of the Gol we needed.It help." In obeying God's com-
r ST. FRANCIS Evening Service ............ 7:30: p.m is always a oeep satisfactionto mand, we began our day with

N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. James E. Culmer, pastor Prayer Service Thurs 7:30: p.m. be at Mt Zion on Fourth Sun- the assistant superintendent In
Phone FR 9-1424 Eddie Edwards, clerk days because that is when the charge. All teachers were presentand

MASSES Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m GREATER NEW BETHELRev. children are privileged to carry accounted for and a great

Daily...........................-.... 8 a.m Morning worship .... ........ HOC:() out certain responsibilities. There number of pupils were present.
Sunday..,.... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m Westminster Fellowship .... 6 p.m W. K. Smith, pastor were over 40 children in the The lesson was reviewed by Rev.
'Mrs. R. Conley, clerk choir and the music was in ex? Stephens.The .

FIRST UNITARIAN BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. cellent tast.
Sunday morning's told '
message I devotional service beganat
.
"What do we Mean by Separa- Zilpha Sawyer, secretaryof of the characteristics of Christ We feel that having our religious 11 a.m. with Bro. Florence in
educational director is -
tion of Church and State?" will ESCA, will speak at the Baha'i which have always and still demand decided in a charge. The music was furnished
advantage claimingthe
be the sermon topic of the Rev. Center, 137 NW 11th ave., 7:45: complete destruction of all by the No. 1 choir. Then Rev.
Glenn O. Canfield, minister of p.m. Sunday, March 1. Her sub- sin and evil, as the pastor spokeon attention of young people in Stephens came before" with the
the church. -"
the First Unitarian Church, Dixie 1ect will be "New Horizons In the subject, "Are You Fit For morning's sermon subject, "A
Remember the and
Highway at SW 29th road, on God's Revelation." All races and The Task" taken from the 2nd baby contest Faith That Can't Wait." I'm sure
Sunday, March 1, 11 a.m. faiths are cordially invited chapter of 1st Peter and the 22nd remember, we need your pres- that the spirit was felt by all who
in church tn
and 23rd verses. Rev. Smith ence Sunday.
I Parents and other Interested were present.At .
L adults will participate In a "Backto ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU stated that, like unto ships whose
School Sunday" at 11 a.m. by endurance Is Indestruotable while MT. SINAI BAPTIST 3 pjn. we hal a very good

attending Church School classes' ............................... 5:30: pjn being tossed upon the sea by and inspiring program given by
with their children. Evening Worsuip ............ 7:30: p.m powerful storms, Christians must Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastorD. the willing workers. -
B..
Visitors always welcome also be fit to subdue the reporterA
; as
At 6:30: that evening the Liberal -
i Youth win Sunday School........... 9:30: ajn storms of life Choice That Youth Must Sunday night the devotional
Religious group ... Take: as someone writes, our service was conducted by Deacon
meet at the home of Lucy and Morning Worship, ... 12:00: am After the evening message by
daily magazines and other The music furnished
323 N.W. 14th St papers, Bealum. was -
3024 Kirk St. Co-
Cathy Heldt, Rev. J; L. Johnson, pastor the pastor an after-service- news articles are filled with stor- by the No. 2 choir who sang
conut Grove.Community. Sunday Services gram for our Women's Day was ies concerning youth delinquency. wonderful spiritual songs. Then
will
No. 3
Group sponsored by Sis A. L. McGrary The way life goes, you hear Rev. Chalk came and deliveredthe

'have evening a box at the supper home of and Mrs.sodal Elsie : '11. CALVARY BAPTIST of Philadelphia, who is visitor little about the rank and file of night's sermon, "Believing in
at Greater Bethel and to whomwe young people who never get into Him."
Stevenson 1355 NW 23rd ct.
Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor are very grateful for helping trouble of any kind. Yet many of
on Friday, March 6, 7 pan Phyllis Myers, reporter to boost along our forthcoming these are active members of the Visitors are always welcome to

Women's Day program to climax: churches and service clubs in come and worship with us at any
THE INCARNATION Sunday' School was opened up 4th Sunday In April. The pro- their communities, engaged in time. Our doors are always open.
at the usual hour by the Super- Interesting work well worth be-
1835 N.W. 58th StreetFr. gram's main feature was a timely I ,
E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar intendent singing, "Near T h eCross" message by Sis. Wilene Robinson irtj! publicized If we could finda

Susan Butler, reporter Prayer by thesuperin- on the subject, "On One way to see that the good things MONROE MUSIC HOUSE
tendent. All teachers were pres- Accord." that they are doing would become -

Winter Schedule ., ent and took charge of their Visitors are always welcome at more widely known, per- Everything in Gospel Music
Sundays: classes. Greater New Bethel. haps more of the recalcitrant Everything for the Church.
Church School and I I The lesson was reviewed by our boys and girls of our neIghbor- Hymnals, Furniture, 1959 Com
Adult Bible Class .... 9:30 am [ missionary pastor, the Rev. A. J. MARTIN MEMORIAL AME hood would choose to tollow 'the mentaries. Mall 'orders promptly
Solemn Sunk Mass and King. Sunday School was dismissed examples set by the religious and filled, 242 NW 8th St., Apt. 6.

Sermon .......-........... 11:00 a.m. by Brendaldette Rczarlan. Richmond Heights civic workers of their groups. FR 3.6493, Miami 36,. 'Fla. -
E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 8:00: p.m.Solerrin Juniors' Rev. Albert Jones, pastor Well truly, the ,people of Mt. Sinai indHICKS'
Today being Day de-
Evensong and Baptist Church try to see all
Sermon ......... ......*...... 7:30: p.m. votional and prayer service was "Ye shall be like a tree planted that is good or what we might .
led by our junior deacons. Ful-
Tuesday: by Rivers of Water"Theme determine bad in youth, when
ger and Horatio Major. ScrIp- for our morning .wor ,
St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild they zad
are we put our arms
Rehearsal..............?... 5:30: p.m.. ture by Bro. Johnson, 122nd ship.Our about them to guide them aright.:
Wednesday Psalm. Speaker of the morningwas pastor delivered, two very
: On last Sunday, a' day that Photo Studio
Low Mass .................... 6:30: aon. Bro. Freddie Johnson, "Come Interesting' and informative m"" will not be forgotten, led on by
Evensong and Meeting of Unto Me, AH: Ye That Labor, And sages. His text for the morningworship their directress! Sister L. E.

Guild of Our Lady,.. 8:00: pjn. Give Are Heavy Laden" And I Will was taken from 1st Thomas and her ardent helicers, Ultra Fine Portraits
Thursday: You Rest. Our hearts Psalm 1:3: Scripture lesson was to the of the
burned gave place youth James E. Hicks, Prop.
The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd within while Bro. Johnson the entire reading of the First church, with the descriptive

All Angela delivered the message. Prayer Psalm. At our evening worship: words I might use, to convey the Studio
Rehearsal..... .. for the sinners by the Hev. he spoke from the Psalm 6th. The
...... <..... 5:30: pjn. thought, there would be none
Brown. 2440 NW 60th St.
Friday: scripture lesson was the reading more Impressive than sincere,
St Cecelia's Choir .f the 6th Psalm The senior choir devout or sacred From the Sun- Phone NE 3.3166

Rehearsal.... ............. 8:00: pjm. MATTHEW AMEZ -entered the music for the day day School throughout the morn-
Stations oi. the Cross and the usher board No. 1 serv- Ing the activities mere carriedon
1628 N.W. :5th Ave
NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mass Rev. Daniel Pridgen ed. by the youth. Was It spiritual? t; : "" ..t;
pastor ,,
High Mass and Benediction. Dj
the Blessed Sacrament on AU Sunday School............... 9:45: am Sunday terminated the pew
Feast Days.Weekends. horning Worship ............ 11 a.m rally which was a wonderful

: Low mass .on all Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. success$715.total Our amount reportedwas extends JOHNSON AND SONS
holy and Saints' pastor -
Days. A special program /welcoming sincere thanks to all porsons, SHOE SHOP
I nil Solemn Feast Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on' the arrival of Its new :pastor, the boards and auxiliaries helping to I. .
Days Rev. Daniel Prldsjen, will be heldon maike this rally a success. FINE SHOE REPAIRING '
Friday
Stations of the Cross, 8 pm. o'clock this at Saturday Matthew night AMEZ at 8 On Sunday evening the Wo- We Save' Your Soul -While Yea Watt

... Church men's Auxiliary to the Trusteesis
TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince sponsoring its second annualtea Shoes Shined and Dyed

Principal speaker on the program > at the home of Mrs. Cleo
H. Mobley, pastor will be the Rt. Rev. H, B. Browne, 14741 Polk St. from 4 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 9-9190

Sis. C, McKinney, reporter Shaw. presiding bishop Jf the 6th to 6. The putolic Is cordially In- .

Jesus Episcopal District. of the AME tited. t""
teaches About The End Zion Church.
of The Age, Mark 13:1-37: was Don't forget there are lots of

the subject of the lesson on last Following the program a reception room for new members in our ,
Sunday Memory verse and the in honor of the bishop choir, so anyone desiring to Join MA Living Service For The Living"Range

devotional reading was found In and the new pastor will be held please meet at the church Thurs-
Mark 13:33: and I Peter 4:12-19: at the parsonage, 1623 NW 5th day evening at 8 o'clock. Funer) HomeOSCAR
After the classes discussed the court.
lesson our county supervisor, Don't forget to say a word of

Mother T, James came forth and Bishop Shaw will also preach prayer for the sick and the shut- AND ATHALIR RANGE, Owners .
gave a wonderful talk about the at the 11 o'clock service on Sun- ins. r
school and YPE Band In gen day morning. The public Is cordially '
eral. Invited to hear Bishop MT. TABOR BAPTIST .' PHONES OX 1.0131 PL OX 1-4343

Shaw at the program on Satur- I
'trhe subject of the YPE Band day night and the service on Order of Service
was "Self Examination. Scrip- Sunday morning.Mrs. Sunday School..............?....... 9:30 Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director

ture found II Corinthians 13:5-7: Pauline. Ferguson Rep. Morning worship 11:00 ,
After the lesson there was a program BTU ........................................ 5:30: 5727. N.W. 17th, Avenue Miami, Florida
that was rendered by the CORINTH BAPTIST Evening worship .................... 7:30
youth. Mother James came forth Rev. J. N Byrd, pastor
..and'gave many enlighteningwords 1450 N.W. 59th St. Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter
on the band. Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor NOTE: Visitors are always welcome
Phone NE 5.1618 to come and worship with
The devotional service lor the Services every Sunday us at anytime. ALONZA..FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME.

evening was conducted by Sis R. Sunday School........... 9:30 a.m. Sympathetic and Economical Services

Edwards. The message for the Morning Service ............ 11 a.m. MT. ZION A. M. E. Alonza
Francis
Director
evening was delivered by Sis. B. Evening Service ........ 7:30: p.m. and Embalmer'Dr.
Williams, her subject was "Lift 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. J, M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Bog Erans

Him Up." St. John 3:14-15.: The TRINITY WESLEYANRev. Opa Locka _' Business Associates '

lesson wad most wonderful and Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson Business
Manager
uplifting. Mother James (gave the George E. Johnson pastor Sunday School............... 9:30: ajn.
closing remarks on the message. Mrs. Phyllis Andrews reporter Morning worship! ............ 11 ajn. Spacious :Modern Chapel and Slumber Room

There was an altar call and Sunday School..-.._......... .9 a.ryl League ...............-............... 5 p.m. 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami Florida
three persons were added to the Morning worship:.._...._...?... 11OC Evening worship................ 7 p.m. ,
prayer roll. We are so happy' to Young People's Metfn 5 p.m. FR 9-5381 Phone PL 4.2857NOT

see so many of our visiting AFFILIATED WITH FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME

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TFMPLE BAPTIST NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Transfiguration THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper"

Sunday at the 11 a.m. service James 13. Drown pastor
there will be baptism. The Lord's' Bro. V.andell Dovan. reporter Sponsors Lenten SATURDAY, TEBUARY ,28. 1959 PAGE 15

Supoerwill be administered at Tea 'Saturday .
both services for the day. The Service on last Sunday wasat i

choirs will serve Jointly; its most spiritual! and heart The Episcopal Church of the LABOR ,ASKED TO American Federation of: Labor
warming best with our pastor and Congress ,of Industrial Organizations
effort is being made by delivering the Transfiguration of Opa Locka
Every morning message. made a special pleato
Invites HELP BANISH
parishioners friends and
Directors R. Hepburn and C. Then at three o'clock our own unions in countries still main-
Ambrose to prepare the choirs youtv? minister In the person of well-wishers to attenl Its Lenten AFRICANCOLONIALISM taining African colonies. It urfc-
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music for Easter and mem Rev. Willie Sane, to be held on Saturday,
Bouyer their
with brought to ed them to intensify pressure -
Fob.
28. The to at 6
sale
begin
asked to attend rehearsal the

bers are congregation a message that on their own governmentsto
regularly. The children under was inspiring to all; subject "AServant" o'clock In the afternoon will be free their colonies.The .
leadership of Mrs. A. New- This particular message held at the !well appointed home colonialismlasts'
longer
the of Mr. SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico-The
and Mrs. Edwin B. .Rog- ,
bald and Mrs. V Strachan are was very well selected for called the greater the danger of
labor federation on
ers, 2571 NW 152nd Terr. merged
in their "
fine the occasion.
makIng progress The occasion being free Communist penetration, the
You unions the
are privileged to throughout
rehearsal. the fifth anniversary of the Deaconess come federation decJared.Advertise .
of which Sister Rosa early and stay late for, there world Sunday to undertake a
Loyal Temple-ites are looking Coleman is the president. So will be lots of fun for everybody. major drive to end cololalism in

forward to the fourth Sunday in we say to the deaconess board may The tea Is sponsored for the Africa. ,
,
Mach with high expectation. benefit of the Building Fund It Pays!
cortjratu'lations'' on this your fifth The executive council of the
Tha's: Annual Rally Day. Drive.
anniversary and may all of you
An assortment of refreshments
The pastor wishes to thank the enjoy many more. including dinners and sandwiches

senior choir the ushers another Sunday coming being the first will be served or delivered to you VI'S GUEST HOUSE

members who motored to Sunday in the month. We are beginning at noon Saturday. Or REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMSBy
We t Palm Beach last Sudnay; anticipating a great day in the you may phone MU 8-2574. Mrs. Week
and served during the morning, field of Christianity beginningwith Mabel Rogers is promotion sec- Day or
session of the ACB Association. Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. retary. Efficiency Privileges Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.

followed by our regular morning Phones OX 1-5343 FR 9.9359

ST. JAMES A.M E. coll to worship at 11 a.m. thento Day of Recollectionat 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue
close out another God's Day
R+-v. H. McNeal Harris! pastor with our communion service at Holy RedeemerThe
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter 8 p.m.

first Day of Recollectionever
nn last Sunday more than The pastor will be In chargeof
to ((be held In Holy Redeemer -
n ooo was raised terminating the the services throughout the ENROLL NOW //IN
Church at 1301 NW 71st st.,
O"nen+ of Roses and Carnation day with choir No. 1 furnishing
will take place March the 15th
n'lv.'\ The Queen of Roses divi- on BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
the music and shers staff at the beginning at 9 o'clock and end- SUNLIGHT
led bv Mrs. Martha Nicholson
i"n
ushers Again as always we
post. with I
Ing a dinner at 2:30: p.m.
and her princesses took the extend an open Invitation to thepublic Ruth Jones, director of publicity, a Life Long Profession
to come and worship with announced. The one day retreat

amount."-'need Mrs.for the Bessie Roses Smith reported a us. is sponsored by the Women's Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School

t*?9 PR- Mrs Cla'ste! Porter second Union of Holy Redeemer. Mrs.
lace with $241.60; Mrs. Ida, MT. HERMON A.M.E. Irma Bodie is the current presi- 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 49998
dent of the chairman of
M WHht. third place with $200; Rev. S. L. Gay pastor Union
the of Recollection is Ethel
Mrs. Bertha S'mpkins' fourth V"tha Gamble reporter Day
with $137.91-anl; Mr. Prlscllla Doyle. About 100 women from '
Fisher fifth with $119.In "God's Love and Man's Refus- Miami are expected to attend the RUPTURED !
al" is the subject of the Sunday unusual event. Members of oth-
the Carnation division led School lesson' this first Sundayof er parishes as well as non-Cath
TRUSS 8L.\' :nY. New Non-8 rffel,
bv Mrs. Catherine Peterson the March 1 at "the biggest little olics are invited to attend. The Yon can be FRKK from

first place was taken by Mrs. church In town We are plan- Day of Recollection twill be con- PalnleM Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TIME.
Esther Scott reporting $363; second nine' very hih services the week ducted by the Rev. Father JamesJ.

Mrs. Juanita Mackev with nd beginning Friday night with Walsh, director of Lay Retreats Pile Itectal Dl* w e* DR. LONG'S CLINIC
130.25; third with Mrs. Luwilla The all .
Love Feast. pastor urges
A General Health ftorvle
Plummer reporting $124; Mrs. to come out and attend Love
Magdalene Johnson fourth with Feast. ANTIOCH BAPTIST Reducing 21 8.W. 13th Ave Fit 2748

ti20. and Mrs. Gladys Nathan The Holy Communion will be Rer. 0. W. Foster pastor
fiftm with $110. Many thanks are administered Sunday at both ser- A. L. Johnson reporterIn
extended to the princesses of v"r** with the tmtor in charge. .

both groups for the splendid co- The pastor officers and member unity we are working together '-

ooeratlon given in helping to cordially extend an open Invitation In brotherly love with NOW OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
make this rally a success. Also to all to visit Mt. Her- the Shiloh Baptist Church Sun-:
many thanks to the public and mon at any time. day last the school lesson wastimely. FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP
frienls of St. James who contributed .
last Theme "Jesus Teaches
The annual baby contest
In to help' in this 421 N.W. 20th Street .
any way Sunday was a huge success. All About The End of The Ages.

effort hies were hitfhly honored The devotional service was The Finest Foods at Low Prices '

On Sunday the services will LIttle Ann Kemp representingchoir spiritually high throughout the WE DO CATERING BUSINESS
V>t>
9:30: a.m., supervised by Bro. Anthony Glover second, repre- usher board No. 1 served. Pastor SI'KCIALiZMIN TAKK OUT BOX SEHVICK
Theodore Roddy. AU parents are entin usher board No. 1. Judy Griffin preached a very Interesting -
Mon. Thru Thar. 3Bd a.m. to 12 mldnlU
the
Open
invited to come or send their Maurette Webb representing sermon taken from EphesIans -
chiMren to Sunday School. The 5ttnHav School third prize sail 6-10, subject "Be Strong." Fri., Sat. Sun., fit. O a.m. to 2 a.m.

oo tor will preach at both the 11 Deborah Brown representingchoir Arthur King, Owner
a m and 7 pjn. services. The No. 1. fourth prize. At 3 pjn. Antioch choir No 1
i*"',. Communion will be almlni"tered AH babies will receive an Eas- sponsored a musical program. It

j at both services. ter outfit. was enjoyed by all.
-i--i--i- 1 T- '-- *-"*- -i- .' -- - --T
The public and friends are ALLEN CHAPELRev. The BTU is still asking the cooperation L" '
w'come all of the church In their
at times to worshipwith ..
us at St. James "The E. M. Blocker. pastor drive for new members. Won't s HOME BUILDING
Friendly Church." Rose Watson clerk you Join us at 7 p.m. FREE PLANNING SERVICE

cmApv w" a high day at Al- Usher Board No. 2 and choir o FINANCING ARRANGED
Men's DaY closed o. 2 served Rev. W. T.I I
Charvrl The
Mt. ''
Tabor n
Sponsors out with much nucre. Startmg Thompson preached a very nice Custom Built Homes on Your Lot
the Sundav School and sermon taken from St. Luke
Evening MusicalThe throughout with the day the spirit wash II, theme "Find Yourself." 14-1 Ask your friends about . .

+trh. One m"rnber'was added to We are happy to have 0

Mt. Tabor Baptist Church he church. Music was beautlful- friends worship with us. Ralph N. Roley
promises an evening of musical 'v fnrnlshH!! bv te two male I -

njoyment Sunday, March 1 at 3 -*,ffnt.e 4 of Pt Paul Miami and NOTICEAll
'0 5 r in. in the refrectory of thehurch "",.t\nut Grove. ,, GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
located at 1701 NW 66th c..nrf.v night the men mad Church notice MUST btypewrPtttn '
ot. thef remorts. Bro. Macon Staf- double spaced 1094 N.W. 54th StreetPL

rnrl had the highest amount of Copy
sheet
psper.
The and on one
-oiM. recitations program will consist of "nir>n* the cantalns! $277.20. The MUST be 'Into our office by f 1-4704 After 6 p.m. TU 8-1940
rl Greater featuring many 'nt''i for the day was $2.003.03. o m. Tuesday of each week to
Miami's churches and
Thl, Rundav thev will movento ''neure In..rtlon-church Editor
community singing groups. < their new church. T h e

The general public is invited -v n .win..m K u-*.'.Hn..... tram the oldon"P'

tl* attend. There will be no ad- -hurch at 10:45: am. Come early Gay Enchanting Exciting ,
nlsslon charged. Refreshments 'n ?0t comfortable teat. The pas- JAME5
will be served. Mr and members want to thank 23 Days in Europe

,H for their support
Mrs. Ruby Parrott one of the On March 4 and 5 the North visrmo 5 & lOc STORE
captains for the Women's Drive M'imJ District will convene here. London Frankfort

rromlses an evening of wholesome Arrangements are being made time.to o o Annt 'rdam 0 Florence* 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481
religions entertainment. HV. everyone a happy o iMfrnw 0 Nice
Binhonj S. L. Green has promisedto Rom 0 Part
and o
attend this meeting. bishops Come of o Monte' Carlo SUNDAY MARCH 29th IS EASTER
of the great
Don't Fret Fight! the hear AMI one Church and the preside (Lay.Away-NOWI)

'nr' bi.hoD of the 11th Episcopal' New York June 21 MSBoys'
Leave Suits $'.00 to
'Dr. .. 1.00 to ft.75 Boy*
Easter *
Join The NAACP r '.*rict of Florida. 149
) Dr. F. A. Allen presiding elderof i Return New York July 14 Girls' Slip ..._... S9. 149 Shirts 89* .. 148 .

M....N-.. the North Miami District will --.------- Socks ____... 29* 39* pr. Panto.-. 454 -
JII' "" "---" __ 81.0C
Wednesday morn- Ribbons yd. B* A up Hats --- -
t save Intcrvn 4 and the opening ALL EXPENSE Pocketbooks ...............-_ 67< Socks ..-...._- 29* allPanties
March
fnr. ............ IS*
FOR RENT session will be at 10 SJn. The ,$963.00 __.._.':._ 29* Undershirts' .e
- -'

I Larf 2-bedroom dining public is Invited. 196.00 Down FILLED EASTER BASKETS .................... 38c 2.SO
20 Months to Pay

I room, l large sleeping porch, ASTHMATICS for Free Brochureon Drapes, plastic pr. 89* Sheets oa.Flowers __ 149
= ulrnnf, rffertfv relief Call or write Curtains ..,..... 1." 10
'*rc kitchen, 4 exposures: Waif Europe< pr.-- .*. .... -- *
from ..ht kln<<. rarklnc bronrhful Drapes, cloth, pr. ..__ ,149 ____ 149
upstairs 2 family house. Hot "*t Km* nfMwnn? ftot K rraIn NORTH'STRAVEL Pillow Case, .*. 88* Pillow., u.
Rrratheaiv al+ what you '
R'ov and refrigerator fur- hv* been snI i1n.- There'" .. BUREAU Simplicity pattern and Moaoy Ordtrs sold awry d.IMo"cl.ly .
I Breath* N.W. 3rd Ave.
origins 1104 ,Jpww-Clowd
for Ml f
nhfttirntfl ..
7 p.m-a.tturday
--hM $20.00 week. thru Friday TA 'a.n -
rag fnh.Unt and nebnllxiitff: st Phone FR 9-6779
I 2345 N.W. 56th SL Get comfort by breathing
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" schdol use: Would they like to see another
I "Almighty God, we acknowl- Little Rock, or would they rather -
:a J: PAGE '16 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1959 Just Browsin edge our dependence on Thee and I follow Virginia's example?
Ij I- .:. we beg Thy blessing upon us, They should consider the matter
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continued from 8))
I ')" ,.,., ,.. ( E I our parents, our teachers-and, our seriously. 1 :I, 4fi*.'.. } .' .
{ ,. 1 It ,. ", .. -_________.___ .-:._. .f. "., ,.'k'.1..t.. country. " to '1 .. .; :
'" .' .. /1..: ..:tt:' 'I : t
'.'J, "', t : Florida legislators: were told On Monday five members of' A son does not necessarily! follow -
f ." '',,*" this week that something! must 1 the JeWish faith, backed by the in the footsteps of his father. -
I I ; ba done about insraaslnj' the lauwages New York Civil Liberties Union, It's at good thing in some
; ,w'o: '. tl being paid workers at the sought to prohibit the uss"of' this : case,- mlghtybad} ,'other*. Take
\ III South Florida mental hos;ital in prayer, in a Nassau County',, the case of 'Roy Campanell'aj-: !
.l Iii"' Broward County and at Chatta- !school contendIng' the prayer 15-year-old son,'* 'is receivingsome
;., hoochce, as help cannut be secured violates constitutional guarantees bad publicity. He and a
"':' for some jobs paying only for the sqaratlon ,of church white friend, George Delomos,
$40 a week, after deduction. and state 16, are charged with stealing $9
.". Rep Clifford Herrell acknowl- and cigarettes from a pharmacyin
,r edged the need for an increase In The American Bar Association Flushing, Queens, on Valen-
wages and premises thsse folk accused the United States Supreme tine's Day.
.
,
i'I 11I k1A'ed j will get a break at this year's Court of bean j too easy on

I, '. legislature. Communists and called on 'Con
Dade Grand
gress to pass some new legisla County's Jury reports -
In 1952 the New York State tion. The bar association 'repre Very inadequate fire protection
Board of Regents recommendedthe +y facilities'-; schools
sent 200,000 lawyers a iv'T
for throughout the county and' now
; following' prayer public : "*
'. Dade County's twqrrepresenta-/ #r fMetrcffls; going to take the 'mat
: V ---- '
tlves David Eldredge and George ter up and try, to improve conditions .
'. panied by his congregation. Hallahan} are among the 24 .

,, : .Ed. Note: The Times errs-i last signers of 'a 'manifesto that ,will : \.:' ;' ..
.. j" ; Jt : week when the picture of the resist integration In Florida's Jimmy Hoffa::of ,the ,Teamsters
f r ,: late Rev. A. H. Ferguson w a sprinted j public schools.. These legislators- Union ia In the city and i is try
t 4 .'1r" : for that of Rev. E. R would vote to close the schools ing to organize the 'whole labor
Ferguson. rather than integrate: 1 county from top to bottom.

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Father Thomas J, Goggin -.bap't Fair is From .nZ
tlzed four converts at 'Holy Re. :| : Realty Easy to Buy Jt3

deemer Church recently The alt; Jt
:I following Sunday they received aa 'lh'' CALL TODAY. PL 7-1645 n3
r VISIT OR
': 1'f$ First Holy Comm |nlon. From a' .. t
; + left, Miss Flossa Mae Mack, Miss ltd gilt's'lt'
Mae Thurston, Mrs. Beatrice m mw tII
Davis and Willie Sawyer. 1 ,
klt lt

THE ROAD TO tits 4 lhdltE
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: a! -
a, + 4 itt
FREEDOM .. .. -
:
By R, H. BENNETTThe
?
alt/ /
1N1
writer Is speaking of race 0. e p
groups and distinguishing be- I
tween liberty and freedom. Lib- iII

erty is relative Freedom is
absolute. Production, is the fundamental : !lt;.. t r ylt'& =
principle: of freedom. .
Any group which does not pro- F #,
duce any of the necessities and .. I.
comforts of life, can not have
freedom regardless of anythingelse t .
H r
it may do.
In order to become a first class .it.,,. .
citizen, a group must particioate .--r--\---: : '
proportionately in the economic

>- agfairs-. of the country A group The Rev E. Ferguson, pas- 1 1 !IM r '' h Y =ltd
I which wholly depends on others tor of Beulah Baptist Church, 1 Il tl R Y 1 .I I lt 1
. for its every economic necessity; Coconut Grove, .where' the annual .- 7. : : "It
by its inaction and II sits + lt'It.
very dependence Men's ,.Day was observedlast T y.<
.. makes of itself second Sunday. ,
class citizens. Highlight of the day's activi-
Liberty is a privilege: When a ties was the ordination as a dea- WHY PA Y RENT ?
group has! liberty, it is not restrained con of Jethro Parker at the 11 t lh.. tl
; it is in iposition to ele- aim service. lI
vate itself; to do the things that A gospef musical program was --- ;
make people free. If for any reason presented in the afternoon on SELLING FAST CtAQC NO CLOSING COSTS i1t
a group does not act to this j I which a number of well known ONLY 3***'*' lti
end, it has no right to blame i DOWN
others for its I Singing groups were featured. u.
backward position I 3 4 bedroom brand CBS North Miami Beach. water FS !
City .
in the affairs of life. The Rev. EJ. Sheppard Jr., or new home ,

will The mere building of a ladder pastor of Kerr Memorial Methodist landscaped. Only 1 mortgage to pay. Close to 163rd St. Shopping Cen' t tatj !
\' not get the builder to the Church of Perrine, delivered -
. ,., house top. The unused ladder is the Men's Day (message at the t ter. Only 6 left. See model_ homes at N.E. 152nd st. and N.E. 14th ave i2t1 lt#
/ .. only a preparation to accomplish evening service which began at ,noC
an important purpose, and unless 7:30.: Rev. Shepherd' was accom- r' nue. Mr. Martin at premises S un d aYe !

s 4 the preparation is activated, the --.- i Kg
SC

I ladder for which will it not was serve built.the Likewise purpose, values of exchange is not free, C t, $795 DOWN City Duplex Nice ;1:;

) until it is- activated, a high: and does not command the rr- t'4' Custom :Opa Locka Water CBS Area
school, college or university education spectful attention of the more t4t t 'Beauties Completely furnished with hardK
.i t will not serve the purpose advanced groups, ant because of llt Built wood floors on large corner lot, iX4

7. for which such education its backward position, it nearly 18. Small Deposit Will Hold 76x107. One apartment has !tear- g
was acquIred
always finds itself in disfavor
When a body of people can, with the progressive groups. ul! See 1791 N.W. 155th St. Our Mr. port and screened in porch. Veryg'
leather, ant manufacure What 20 million neat and clean. Venetian blinds
various are Negroes ug Bliss will be happy to 'show you the dU
other necessities and comforts o! doing to give themselves mental close to bus and (shopping. One
and does produce cloth, tan and physical employment, Men- i best buy of the year, Ten new with down. !K
mortgage $2,500
life it will have created for itself tal and physical employment is 'r4 ones now being built with 3-bedrooms -
't 9'!:' a state of independence; it the basic principle of freedom. ;. separate living room, dining LOTS -:- List your lot with. us for fit
f has created 'values of exchange There is a wide margin between ;J l room. All modern kitchen and quick cash sale. ."lt;.
I j; I and become free and equal cIti- freedom and total dependence. ltd alt
bathroom. Built-in and
.: .zens. Any group which has no Think it over? ; oven range. $995 ,DOWN !
}, .... Large lot. Gorgeous.
iUi 1l
Brown Sub
,k Liberty City ,kllt1
r ; Hurry! !

---'I l, New 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths Small deposit? will hold while U3;
TV SICK ? I
: S See 1530 N.E. 151st Tern, NorthMiami ,builder builds you a 3-bedroom: G
ti i CBS home on large lot with showg.'
Beach. Our Mr.Elliott,! glad
:. ,f' US er doors, Venetian blinds, 3 bed-
I : Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. lt t+ to show this Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. rooms. Show you sample models n its

j., SAME DAY SERVICE t! City water. Only $995 down. already built. Pick your own col
ors. Few left. n;
lip
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in See 1427 N.W. 58th Terr and callus INVESTORSincome property: n;

_ 4, Picture Tube Special at !11! City water, close to every- 4 Apts.. CBS Terrific return 1 lJ

t 2Ci thing. Only $750 down. 20 One-bedroom Apts. CBS. One enJ

17-inch-$22.95 21-inch $29.95 year old
3-bedroom, large landscaped lot.Priced fnetJ
J 1t 15. Units. Good location =!
right. Move in.
; Only one
bk 3 Apts. CBS. Good buy fits(

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