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Teenagers Locked tIn Both doors to the dormitory uni9cked \ : . , J"..I"S-A../ h ,I ./Ii
were locked and there was no Faubus\ lest ed, "the. :f1re loll' aninexcusatoMtoccurence. '
Dormitory. key m the buildinj. One of the 'I
,r survivors ran ISO yards to the .-/-
LITTLE ROCK Ark, Gov home of Supt. L. R. Gaines to geta "If adequate precautions, hd
Orval Faubus called for a full Investigation key, but the building was been taken ana '11 ,au-adalt bad
Thursday after visiting sheathed in flames before Gaines been on duty { am sure no one
rr the scene of the tragic fire at "
arrived. The doors were, never would have died.
the Arkansas Negro Boys Industrial -
School at nearby Wrights' ..

vllie.Twenty-one teenage boys died
In the pre-dawn fire which razeda $5OOOO Fire Mt

locked dormitory' at the school. .
Forty-seven other youths escaped * "

from the flaming building '
through windows after> kickingout at Bethune f ; ;

heavy metal screens designed .

to prevent escape. ,.
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Twelve bodies were found un DAYTONA BEACH Fire a hospital ; I-
der the remains of one window. destroyed a 3-story' brick dormitory The fire was dboovendl.lbort11' -
r fThe other nine bodies were Bethune-Cookman College after 4 tan. and five hours
, ; scattered in the ruins several Monday morning. later had about burned, itself... *'oat.
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still in charred beds. ,
:Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, prominent :Miami Beach "It was a madhouse," said housed The 84 Curtis Hall dormitory old Only the walls of left.r the, 3T-year-\ '.:.'
sophomore and fresh. building were
resident and Dade School Board member is George Williamson, 16, who was ''
County
blue
4 man girls, all of /whom escaped Firemen said the 'may
awakened about
by
shown receiving the "Woman of ,the Year" award ,:from screams of other boys. "The a.m.room without injury have started jn a thdrd'' floor
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Mrs. Inez T. Foster, basileus of the local chapter of Zeta was full of smoke and it seemed One fireman fell off a ladder utility, room. ., .'
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Phi Beta sorority, (see story page 5)).-Jo'hnson of Miami like everybody was trying to ,get i and two were overcome by Damage ''was estimated at $I-1 M* ,-
photo \ out of the same window." smoke, The three were ,taken to 000.

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TUTTON, Ga. A school bus their homes. The accident happened near ,
jammed with more than 80 child- Driver Doyer Jones, 40,, who the community of Brookfield
ren plunged into a pond Tuesday, had been making the bus route about seven miles east of Tlfton.
and authorities said at least nine rounds for 3 years, said his bus
Jones said he kicked out the
hit two in
were drowned. bumps succession on
window at the driver's
Three children were hospitalized the dirt road, causing him to lose I eat
mounted the overturned bus,
effects of shock contrbl "
)> for exposureand "unavoidably.
kicked out other (windows and
minor injuries.The The bus turned over on Its
other frightened children side hoisted to safety screaming child
right and plunged into the r
who were pulled safely through water. The veicle was About:' I ren who were standing' on top of
windows of the bus were sent to two-thirds submerged. other children.

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It was an evnlng of wholesome Beach High; Mrs, Ruth Foreman,
A Circuit Court Jury this week enjoyment on Monday Feb. 23 In director, The Pramatlc Academy
the Booker T. Washington High Miami Beach; Mrs.Lowis Carlton,
9 MIAMIANS I awarded Dennis Carswell, 50, a : School auditorium. The Miami .pUblic relations, Florida Power
$17,500 verdict for a snake bite : alumnae chapter oi Delta Sigma and Light Co.

__ FINISH WORK FOR, he received while wozf1 nt.for the, Theta Sorority presented its 16th With such superb presentations

FAMU DEGREESTallahassee Seaboard Airline Railway.,Cars-' Annual JIabberwock. front each grqup, they did not

Wen! claimed he was bitten by- a As "Pomp and Circumstance" find it an easy Job to mate the
the audi- awards. Booker T. Washington
Ninety-five stUdents resounded throughout
diamond-back rattlesnake lie
was 'awarded first prize in the
Including nine Miami's' nicompletedlthe' torium, charming Janice Jones of
*requirements for said the railroad provided no Northwestern High School was senior' high school l division and

r ,9fr a degrees during", the first semester comfort facilities in a snake-in crowned "Miss Jabberwock" of Northwestern second.In .

a at FI rids AI, and M Unlver-. fested area' near Homestead, and 1959, and Barbara Mimi" of DTW the elementary' division,
trty. was crowned "Princess, by Bar- Dunbar Elementary first
prize
I he was bitten by: a diamond back S3
bara Wake, Princess of 10 ,
: '. and Carver second.Alpha ..
Degrees Tilt not be conferreduntil
; rattler in the underbrush. Mrith the Queen's Court in wait Phi
Alpha Fraternity
;; _ the (spring commencement ing.
was awarded first in the
--#----'-- exercises. ")which will be held wasfollowed prize
Je. June 1 at 9 a.m. Bishop J, W. E. The coronation of skits from by adult division with Zeta Phi Beta
Doris, the presentation
Sort Bowen of the Atlantic Coast ert Nolan and Cyril White. schools, Green-letter organizations Sorority receiving the 2nd prize.

Miami ,Branch of the NAACP on Area of the Methodist Church will 10 ON HONOR ROLL and outstanding civic Fletcher Pasc&al and his orchestra ,"
"Wednsday evening March 11 at deliver the baccalaureate sermon groups in the community. Their rendered an evening of
the Miami Beach auditorium. May 3J1Dr. John Hope Sylvia Spence of Opa Locka performances took the audience music that everyone enjoyed. ",
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Franklin head,,Af the department \J 'I
was among eight students who on an exciting tour of the various
Delta 8i,ma Theta, Sorority
This great revue will feature of history, Brooklyn College, will made a straight "A" average for countries' of the world. The Ori- wishes to than the nuuty friends ,
Just about all of the top namesin give the commencement: message the first semester according to a ent, British West Indies, Africa, who gave their c operatfOa'and
show business who will be in Miamlans completing all requirements release from E. M. Thorpe, direc- France Mexico, Latin America\ services in helping .to make its
the Miami area at the 'time. for the bachelor degree tor: of admissions and records.Mr. and around the world they trav Iflth annual .T .rwotJf..f:3'UC-:
Frank Sinatra Is expected to appear are: elled. ceis. It i is its hope that everyonewill
student
4 said that a Ii
and it Is hoped that Jerry Norman Carey, Martha Jackson Thorpe Judges of the evening were be looking forward to the
allow-
all A's will be
Lewis will be able to make it I William Lee, Leroy Levan, who makes Mrs AUeen V. DdNlno, chorus "curtain call' of the 1MO Jdbter- ,

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LY want civil rights, they really
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 7 1959 Freedom's Road want intermarriage;;" 'The
Along NAACP controls the Supreme
Court;" "We don't want a Cath-
-. By RUTH PERRY olic in the White House."
Beware of this'kind of talk, for
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---- these people are our real enemies
Educators and psychiatrists tell] I' .:Dth"r" sections of the country are and the real enemies oi our counry -
us that It is Impossible to be I freign to their thinking These the They are undermining de-
really mature individuals if we I peop'e: have not yet absorbed mocracy and iwould make the
i'low our emotions to rule our meaning of a union of states, or United States a country only for
n'no's Some children have have been the.;rey of demagogues people who have the same religion ,
mo! ,'r tantrums: : If they do not too long to understand the the same color of skin and 1
get what they want; they cry demo::ratic process. the same national origin. In oth- '1
in.' <> ca:: and kick and hit out at er words, a totalitarian state instead 4
h'> "! ea-est person if they haven TYPES AND KINDS of a democracy: j
mt: 'earned to control themselves. would be unfair
My thinking BE ALERT TO ;
Their emotions rule their minds.We if I denied that
and :prejudiced I
call this immaturity. scone segregationists are people DEMAGOGUESWe

TPE DIEHARDSEGREGATIONISTS who sincerely believe that segre- must be aware of empty
gation of the races is the best promises and Inflammatory \
way of life in the South. I sup- words; the raising up of one '
There i is rbviouslv! a very distinct pose psychiatrists would call. grou., at the expense of others; '.
:parallel between the 'behavior thrm fairly mature! individualsHowever .he ruh.ess trampling down of .:
of some children and that of their sincerity of beliefis civil rights and opportunity so a :i
rabid segregationists, because founded on the "uvrong premisethe privileged group can benefit; the .;
hey think with their emotionsand premise handed down by maintaining of a caste system in '
: prejudices. They resent authority custom and tradition that Negroes our country when our Constitu-
if it is handed down to are infereior to Whites tion sets forth other principles.
The Bunche Park Elementary School Cafetorium was them from any source other than Their sincerity is misplaced as In America, there is a ,better J
the scene of the retirement recepion for Mrs: Alma F. their immediate locality. Some- they are mistakenly upholding a way oi life than exploitation and

Brooks, Thursday' Feb. 19 Mrs. Marian Dean, was most thing as far away as Washington caste system in a democracy. expediency; there is a higher authority -
effective as she narrated the program which was centered D C. or the U. S Supreme Then there is the type of segregationist than states' rights; thereis
around the theme "Memoirs of Love and Service." Court has no meaning for them. I mentioned in the a larger justic e than a pre-
They are provincial people who column the Southern
beginning of this judiced lynching mob
Dr. Joe Hall, Superintendent of Dade County Schools, consider their rights as some- rabid tyire, the emotionally imma- A thinking person will choose!
is shown congratulating Mrs. Brooks. i I thing particular peculiar locality.to them Rights in of their mi- ture people who act and think democracy and fight for it. How
like children. Their actions are about you?
Mrs. Alese Gill is acting principal and Mrs. Margaret I noritf groups or of people in violent when aroused, their

Newbolds.. PTA nresident. thinking is easily swayed by NIGHT OF STAIRS' ,r

threats and promises of demagogues March 11, Wednesday night
I Hundreds Attend Retirement Reception For Mrs. Alma Brooks They are the victims of 'Miami Beach Auditorium, 830:

___ __ unscrupulous politicians, who are pan sharp, the Miami Branch oi
influenced to terrorism and undemocratic the NAACP (will again present a
;. acts because they wonderful.Night of Stars for you
_ lack the education of mind and and for the cause of freedom.
:
"r77T heart to
see beyond themselvesor
Have you purchased your tickets
their! immediate
locality. yet? Call FR 7-4831: for information -
But the third type is the most .
vicious. These are the expedient

L 4 egregationists the politicians, And Home
.. J 1:11: I a t Uncle Toms and those who know Happy
pimph of human nature to rea- Again
lize that many people can be
easily influenced and swayed into _. -.- --'!.'" a.1.' 5w y >,-:-:;-,
anv position the expedient ones 55
want to place them

WHAT IS EXPEDIENCY

i ( MA We talk a. lot about this word, SS -i
but just what does it really : 5'$V tl
W mean?. According to Webster's
d'ct'onary! it means several
things, but because of usage, it
has come to mean this primarily
a material motive, or conductive M
to special advantages rather than
to what is universally right, Let ,
me give you several examples of
!an expedient person. A politician _
'ants to be elected, so he says
the words that will be popular
.
vilh many people, he plays upon
: oea::]le's emotions rather than
: heir m'nds' ; he hints at minority
groups "taking "
over, he arouses
racial feelings in the emotionally S''t
: nsecure and unstable

Politicians are not the only
ones who can be expedient. Any Lillian Stirrup Mazon wishesto
person who wants something and thank her many friends who
works for this knowing that its were so kind in sending flowers
to his advantage or his group's cards and visiting during my illness -
Psr advantage rather than something at the Christian Hospital.
\ : 'I that is universally right this Special thanks to the office
$ is an expedient person. staff and nurses at the
above named hospital and the
; r0M J THE EVILS OF DEMAGOGUES following doctors ior their won-

I The derful services: W. A. Patterson
i\ ) viciousness of demagoguesand Jr., C. M. Smith, A Henry. G A.
t S \ ex.:edient people, is ,
not (perhaps, Simpson and J. O. Brojwn. Also
so much in their acts, as G W. Carver Elementary and
!'heir
influence and sway the Jr.-Senior High, School faculties.
judgement and thinking of their Everyone' was just $rand.
victims For victims they are. Thanks again and again
: ; They are being promised heaven
)n a gold platter, a chicken in --
i every cooking pot (minority
groups won't get any), and the Get Ready For The

running out of the country of YOUNGDEMOCRATS:
\ weryone who does not act and
think like they do You've heard
: CALENDAR TEA
i M thIs kind of talk a hundred
tiinss: "The Jews run
Washing- Sunday, April 12

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FARRAN'S PALMISTRY STUDIO
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4 *Madame Farran, life reader adviser,

: H born with power Mme. Farran U na

STop tlonally known, highly recommended.

Mme. Farran, the wonder lady of Miami,

hat returned to help you 'with your per.
panel shows immediate members attest to the honor and esteem in whichof tonal problems
i Mrs. Brooks' family. The faculty and staff are shown in the middle panel, and; 'Mrs. Brooks *is held' by everyone who Are you unhappy Does bad luck teem ,

the overflowing audience at the bottom knows her. to follow you? Are you discouraged sickor

In distress Mme. Ffcrran ,-
remove -evil _
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Influence. Reunites the eparated. Turn failure Into success
their home. This
Personal MentionMrs. was Mrs. Ma-
turned to Nassau that Thursday jor's first visit to Miami. She reported health and happiness. Phone. NE 4-8267 for appointment..
Mariam Major, wife ofHarold afternoon. Mrs. Major came over Take Buses
a very pleasant and enjoyable 15 or 24 Ave.If .
4500 N.W. 27th
Major of Nassau, visited in order to attend the combined stay and plans to ret-
Miami this week as the houseguest birthday party given for Little turn soon. you cannot come send 2 one dollar bills with stamped,
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Richmond Heights. Mrs. Major self.addressed envelope for you Jolar/ Horoscope. M28

Shnson of 14420 Buohannan St., Albert Jr., and Wilbert Johnsonby Drive .
Carefully!
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,. ",;I.. '4.' Cyril Stevenson MHo) Butler and guilty ,
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,.. .tf t; {: '* '> F Samuel Isaacs members of the"
PLP In the House of Assembly, Corporal Rodney A. Ferguson
t'J..!' staged a walkout durlny a .tense retired from the Bahamas Police
j ", session of the' House Ho week Force on Feb. 17 after having
c ,'. ... ago. Speaker Asa Pritchard noti- served for 21 years. He was a
'iF 4 1: fied them by letter, that unless trustworthy officer and filled
1 they made an apology they would many posts. A native of Brown's,
'h nt tie suspended. When the House! Crooked Island Corporal Ferguson -
met on Monday, Fob 16, theSpeaker ,will

attempted to take aotlon preretirement.Daniel .
aganst the men, ,but Mr. Pind-
t ling picked the Rules that the J. Williamson 28 was
.,. Speaker depended on to shreds killed in an auto !accident in Cocoa --
>> and there were no apologies or Fla. on Feb 17. He (was !in
", supeh ions. Immediately after the United States as a farm laborer -
the adjournment of the House a Williamson was a native
crowd gathered in Rawson of Pinefield, Acklins.
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The campaign for $1,500 to Progressive "Liberal Party spoke. Funeral services for the late
purchase furnishings and equip- It was a victory for the PLP. Mrs. Georgina Stubbs were held
ment for the new Light House at the Grant's Town Wesleyani
: fcr the Blind has gone into its fi'r' F Need Money Fast? Sugar Ray Robinson world jChurch on Sunday afternoon. Mrs.
middleweight champion is Stubbs died at her home in.
second\ stage. Mrs. Susan Harris,
chairman ending a ten day vacation in Nassau St. on the previous Sunday -
of the drive has loans refinance .
reported Mortgage
favorable Nassau. He arrived by plane on She is survived by six sons
results
.. far IlrJ very...ever, many clubs and so all types of property. No Feb. 14, apd is accompanied by four daughters 33 grandchildren,.
churches his sister and other friends. A one great grand child, and a hostof
have not yet reported.The inspection fees. Mortgages large number of his fans and other relatives.

community can certainly friends met him I at the airport.
I
feel proud and may consider from $100 up.Allapattah. The strike bug just follows:
themselves much out in front of I I After deliberating for 17 min- some people;: everywhere. Ten
many other: communities of the Mort.. Co. utes a Supreme Court Jury on Bahamian farm laborers who
South, In this respect. This kindof Feb. 13, acquitted Freddie Neelyof were employed by the Mount
community pride should help Phone PL 1.1789 manslaughter. He iwas charged Dora Growers Association in
with killinj Errol Clinton at Florida went on a strike. They
to over subscribe the .goal whichis .
st in this campaign. k'f' or evenings t NE 5.8270 Okra 11111 on Dec. 5. Testimony have been sent back to the Bahamas -

Thoso working on the drive .. heard in the court did not show .
with Mrs. Harris are: k -- -
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Mrs. Ins Blaokshear, Mrs. Gus. lIT.'t't"
se! Gamble, Dr John O. Brown, '"$$,'.' .:' :. ., .._ -
Dr. J. M. Smith Mrs. Elizabeth '!: ,. . 'fI,
Espy Johnson, Prof Charles *".(" .. .
Williams Dan Lang and Rev .., ;4..{.."....: ..' ''' .' '. '.:.",'.', I
Edward T Graham. .t.t < > W.'Jt,. "_,'. ,"}\." ... u."S.""S.
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able to
Lliht House for the Ellen Bethel, daughter of Mrs. \
Bl'nd.! Send
them to Mrs. Susan Charles Bethel of Richmond
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Harris 1026 NW 2nd
ave.
Heights and a student at George ,
Washington Carver High received \jzk..I..arking. \ c'1" .
YMCA Annual
the State Achievement : .
\" Award as the result of her efforts v \ v! ", s { \

Meeting March ,16 'past seven in 4-H and Club a half work years.lor the ," 25 years of ". -i-1', .:I::K\.t;"V-

The Annual Dinner Meeting of 7v \yi
the G, W Carver Branch YMCAis During these years she has received 'Schenley leadership **' /-ft'v! ; '
scheduled for Monday, March several awards in the 4-H : ;
16, 8 pan at Bethel AME including awards given by the ., t. . ,(
Church, W. C. Cogdell, chairman Sears Roebuck Foundation Simplicity the nation's ** .' V: :
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announced today Patterns and Westing- < ; .
'It.
The program will feature house. Inc. Last year she received '', ..' ;. f ,. , ',' '
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youth and adult '
members
they build a wall of character as provement for which she was t i' liquor) merchants 7; ;;;'7k:: : ," ft", *./4. .'l
which will be centered around the recipient of a $50 United \-.J'J.', \" .> r ,'IJ
YMCA activities. Narrative and States Series E savings bond, a ., I 1 ,
in
statistical program reports for gold medal and a certificate of join J us .. 1 ., '
merit. '
1958 will be presented, and a I t : "...

building program centered for the and future decentralized will- The Achievement Award' is do- celebrating I ,. '; :'if.: :;: '..
be nated by the Ford Motor Co : .
outlined.\. ,' . ....
Reservations for the meeting each year to a 4-H Club member r # d' :. ,;. '; A:,.
should.' be made not later than who, has received a state r.s I,0.I 4, I "
March 12. The public is cordially award/ in some division the previous V ; .
invited to attend. year and has completed an dienleij ; V
achievement record to be entered -
in the State Awards Program ; r

Don't Fret Fight! Ellen serves as the president :. I m \* Your favorite liquor mcr
of her school's 4-H Club and as t Hi. ', /liant Is observing Schenley

Join The NAACP president of the County Council f. on . : r Month became he's enthu
4-4lia Club, ". siastic about Joday's finer d

Schenley, lie wants you to

r ROMAN CASTLENOW and invite you to enjoy discover why Schenlc)' fl .
the Whisky of Klcgancc.a:

OPEN whisky clearly finer in thet''I

bottle, dearly finer to your. ., "
Our Specialty t taste. Only' from Schenley ;

Home made sausage and meat ball could come the Whisky of
wU/G Elegance!
Sandwiches . . . . 24 cents ea. .I
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T il4 ORO PRESS. believes' 'tliatf,America can best. lead<< the world
t tt''*feci U and ,national antAgtonfsrtvfhen ,It accords to ,every mans
.1 J of race, cblqr or creed t hi*, UJP.An.And'.I rights. Ilattngtf

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1 :. ItwMrm: belfef that' all mefi' are.'hU 't. .M.longaII. anyone la held Pictured above are delegates from the High School Walter K. Harper of Jack-
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". gress of Florida Colored Parents and Mrs Ethel Knight of LaGrange, Ga., na-

T'y 4rpotthlm who hat .fahh-ShakeJpeare.' Teachers Association which convened in tional president, was the keynote speaker

.x. .,, YE EDITOR'S'S .NOTEBOOK, ; Tampa Feb. 26-28 at Howard Bake/ Senior at the banquet.


.. < r* ,SHAKEU. ',, ', AT'CITY. HALL. I Assistant City Manager, Ray Earnest Graham, old time Ml-

Miami's political pot 'boiled. over at Monday's meet- Williams after 30 years' of service amian, is dowp from New.York
JUST BROWSIN'By
anhou'nces
: his retirement. visiting relatives and frknds. He
big "pf the commissioners in the discharge' of
resulted
aid "rock and roll
'' PAUL R. HENRY There's little is stopping at Sir John Hotel,
c &tr'Jla I ager E. A. Evafi.s'and i .the resignation of Com- politics" going on around city

lolier James .High, who could see no reason for disc hall. It's quite interesting to Mrs. Edna Jones Nottage, whc

h ig.tng the city managers I From our August, 1934 file: spectators taught at Booker T. Washington
,"", i i)n. ,- : : I .. The various committees of the in the 30's, is visiting her child-
i9dnMayor Robert King High, Commissioners Otis ,Shiver Greater Miami Negro Civic Senator Charley Johns still ren here from Sarasota where
and George DuBreuil were the :three who voted Evans, out League are on the job And making hopes to get at the NAACP and she teaches at Booker High. She
their influence felt along !bi- Communism. Action against four is guest of Mrs. Artie Richardsonon
ol_office. Commissioner James W. High, who opposed the
racial lines. This Is the newest local NAACP officals compellingthem 10th st.
discharge, tendered his ,tesign Uon. in protest. He expectsto but most important organizationIn to testify was postponed by
offer for re-election in November. Colored Miami and is the recognized the U S. Supreme Court. Johns'
interpreter of the Ne- hopes the legislature will pro- Job, OpportunitiesThe
eiW Commissioner B. E. faearn also voted against the res- groes of Miami. This organization long the life of his committee.

olution which was offered by the Mayor, saying, that he aims to serve all of the people ina Greater Miami Urban

felt the City Manager had in every instance, carried out fair and honest fashion to the The City Commission has endorsed League. announces job opportunities -
tjcto,Will/ of the majority of the commission end that Mta'mians' may enjoy an increase of one cent for the following positions:
similar liberties and opportunities tax on gasoline, estimated to bring (Ramp clerk, security .officer I,
":;[: powever; there were three against two. to those enjoyed by Negroesin in over $2,000,000 annually which steno clerk I, casework super-
other Watch visor, plumber fireman' clerk
muncipilales. will be used for roads In Dade. ,
,ni, Mayor High and the city manager have ,not been on them go on by doing. typist I, clerk stenographer I.
t the best of terms for some time. The mayor claims Evans The Rev. Fr Theodore Gibsonwas For detail information regard-
r. fftited-to cooperate with ,the Metro Government, and also] August 13, 1934:. injured, not seriously, on ing the abpve Jobs contact H. Allen -
The Three-score and Ten Club Tuesday when his car and a' Wheatley of the Urban
used <
the
city's and employees for the
money autonomy held a dedicatory service at their truck carrying 11 migrant farm League or call FR 16476.
amendment, whLch'was voted down i in October. hall 144 NW 14th st. last Sunday workers collided. The truck driver .
afternoon In the absence of the did not stop before crossing
Evans served the City of Miami for seven years. president, Major A. C. Go gins, the highway The Best People
Tliatsjpnger! than any other Miami city manager. who Is sick at the Kendall Coun-
ty Hospital, Rev W. O. Perry, I Under Live at
an arrangement with
The new city manager is Ira S.. Willard .who has had vice president, presided. Address, the National Urban League
,
some experience; having: been,, former:: manager pf Coral es were delivered by Capt. James Morehouse College is making Atlantic Manor
Gables He Jet It. be ;known he means business; and will E Scott, J. F. Bethel. Revs I available special tuition scholar- GardenApartments
not tolerate crooks ' be fired." v .' Mme Wheeler responded on behalf students who are taking part m
of the club the League's youth incentives 32nd Ave. 42nd St.
Let's hope our new manager will cooperate with both and
program. Tomorrow's
city and county (administrators, working for the overall .Miami has a new city manager. 'technicians scientistsand Northwest
interest of Greater.Miami. The change came kind oi sudden
Marl4
on Monday when Mavor Rdbt.
Our Mayor not' only wants a. new, city manager, but High and two other commissioners - Mitchell Secretary after of Labor, James I... .,... .... ... .,... ..... .,.....:*..-T-... ...... Vl

also a new chief of police. He believes the police depart- forming a majority, voted to ference exposing a two-day the con- -
plight of
ment is not doing'aU.. it can to rid Miami of gambling. fire and city make manager Ira Wlllard E. A. Evans migratory workers said he favors .

Headley dannot be thrown out as, easily as was Evans, and city manager of Coral, a Gables former Federal legislation for minimum FOR SALE
he said he will not resign his office. mayor of Miami Commissioner, I "wages for _the farm workers. ,
I James High did $1,000 Down
not favor
It will be i interesting: to watch closely what happensin Evans, so he resigned firing On Sunday Dr 'H'. Sweeting of Modern 2-bedroom CBS
the case of Chief Headley. Ft Lauderdale will be honored
Our dailies are on opposite with a birthday celebration The home. Balance $125 month.S .

The commission on Wednesday appointed City Judge sides.the The Miami Herald support Rev. Fr. Theodore Gibson will be ee 2248 .N.W., 51.t Terr.
firing of Evans, the
Fred Davant to >fill the unexpired term of James High. Nqjvs is against and thinks Daily the guest or small speaker., will go Cash to gifts the ,a greet large

commissioners made a mistake. ing's (Foundation' Fund ,
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.COUNTY-OWNED BUS LINES $2,000, Down" ".

The commissioners are gunning I One of the most 4-unit CBS .Excellent -
outstanding ;
Negotiations are going on between the Metro Commissioners .. for Police Chief Walter Headley exhibits of progress by Negroes Income .
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and William Pawley, owner of the Miami They want him to quit or else I in business and culture ever assembled / +. '

Transit Co. and two other lines for purchase of these fa- they Headley will is try to get him. But will be presented at tha '

cilities at a cost ,of $8,000,000 with the county putting up and unlike not considering the case quitting of- I Coliseum through 17.in Chicago May 14 $300 Down, .' ?

no cash. Pawley would take up revenue borfds floated by Evans, there is some red tape to Frame house. Price<6000.,

the county. He ,would be paid with busline revenues, tear off (before they can bounce Called "The! Exposition of the $60 a month ;.... i J.,

meantime, continue to operate the company. Pawley now Headley. Negro in Business and Culture," "M1. ..,. '
pays taxes amounting'to more.than one million dollars. Second-ranWed sored the four day show will be spon- 'I :t;:. .,
: heavyweight by the Ndw *
Crusader
contender for CBS DUPLEX .i
Floyd Patterson'scrown Chicago weekly"paper.. Spread .
AFIRE( AT BETHUNECOOKMANThe Nmo Valdes went down a over 40000 feet of floor space, $500" Down '
defeated man in 2.03 It will
minutes of feature
Bethune-Cookman College lost one of its build- the 8th round at the Miami which outstanding a Hall of Fame Jn Price $13,000. Balance. $110a

ings )by fire early Monday morning. Luckily ,no lives were Beach Auditorium Wednesday events in Negro history persons will and be month. *t.

lost, but students lost their belongings night Powell The winner was Charlie' memorialized. '.. ,*"

The local branch of the Urban*L agUe, located in the Too '
So pleased was Powell's manager bad that nine children $5 0 Down
Community Services. Building, ,First Street and Seventh drowned
Joe Veils, that he said, "We when a school bus in '
Ave., vlll answer any call from persons wanting. to help are now ready for anybody, even South Georgianear Brookfield 2-bedroom CBS. Pricq$10
these tudents. Phone FR 16476. \ Flyod Patterson" hit a rut and overturned landing 900. Balance $87.M*,,morit"...
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in
it's the college a pond There were 86 in the Welt Hollywood. -
L ,hope will soon be able to build or Goodbye Hialeah bus. Some
with others
remodel 1 an' yep,better dormitory for, these .students million of dollars; we are your going were injured. / \ .

l over to Gull Stream where we Pioneer IV
: ANOTHER TRAGEDY ,*r" '... can continue our fun for the next launched from Cape was Canaveral successfully on CHARLES H. $KE

Ahother :tragedy was*, experienced In' Little"Rock, lions month left or, and more.Gulf We have mU- Tuesday and Is now travelling
on Thursday when fire destroyed State Stream Is entitled around inap ace at a speed of more.
Arkansas Training
to their cut. That's fair, than 5,000 miles an hour. REALTOR . ..
delinquent boys. isn't it? \
T4ie blaze .broke out before dawn. The' doors were PLaza 7-8151 \ :

barred; and.the caretaker; ,\vlas not in the building. Walls on the new Christian Me- Don't Fret ar :

Twenty'0116, of;the 65 boys died. Those surviving man- morial things are Hospital talking are shape.going It's up beena and Fight! or PLaza 4-0781 ,

aged tQ, doBO_ by kicking outs of the windows. long time coming, but it's here. Jam The NAACP .I!


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"Harlem. Express" at the cir 's that are always beefing about not lea
Club. It,soared off with a' bang. being alble to go to the clubs to
then slowed .down to a' local and see these famous peole, don't
finally the f Express was ho: more; want to ..see' them when they get ,,
This was a-second attempt to salvage the chance to do so. NM I
parts of the "Jump For Human nature sure is funny .
Joy" showthat Just didn't this organization beats their
make the,. grade -It 'Was a good brains out, trying to do the right
show, this Harlem Express, better thing for all of. us ibut when it t
than .Jump,For, ,Joy, Oh well, comes to putting a little some-
that1* life!, thing in the pot, how everyone
turns ,their back,'(t's.a. cryin'
TUESDAY NIGHT //past Sally shame. But they""haven't 'learned
Blair cut her engagement short at their lesson. They're going to give
Ciro's. Sally's grandmother died you another chance to ignore Tr
last Sunday, and Miss Blair left them on March 11 That's the '
for Baltimore on Wednesday to night when Sammy NAACP
attend the funeral services. How- will headline a show for
ever, "Miss Beautiful Voice," at the Miami Beach Auditorium. f
Damita Jo, has consented to take We can't say for sure, but it's almost -
over in Sally's place and do the definite that Jerry Lewis 1r
vocals. with Cris Columlbo and and Frank Sinatra will join Sam-
his quintette. Also in the same my there at that time. The big
spot is Chickie Home, Stump and question is, will you be there? I
Stumpy, Sir Charles Thompson know I will. Only one way 1 can
at the Hammond organ, and be sure tQ see you there on that
yours truly still holding the M.C. Wednesday night, is if you get
honors. over to the office at 809 NW 3rd
ave. now ((1 mean right now) and
_'_ FIESTA ROOM |M.C. Bobby get your advance ticket, It sure I All over the country and In Among 'those worshipping! at !Mt t ,Athalle Range, .MayDe.lt|
I Marshall, had a birthday last I will ibe a big lau i:h if you gets parts of Arfica, women of Zeta St. James AME'Church Jn. cbser' Marian Back: JuanlU. SCOtt,
Monday, and is to' the ripe old ,shut out by waiting ,till the last halted for the observance of a vance, left to right Sorors. Gladys, (Dean, WllhelmtrtaSlmmoni 'P
age of . oh well, ask' Bobby' minute. Oh, yes, among others most significant occasion Finer Smith, Inez (Foster (bastieusI'E., ; Evelyn Wllllarml; 'Oi'1'
: Lady golfers Mary >Minor who will appear, the master of womanhood 'week. Members of B. Thomas, Edythe Washington, Laughlkn,, ..aeorg..n.JOI. \ "?
and Glenda Powell are still cool- ceremonies will be George DeWittof Beta Tau Zeta Chapter Joined Marguerite Miller, 'Pauline' Smith, Lenora, B. Smith, Cherry \Rozler\ ,
ing it in Miami trying to makeup "Name That Tune" and Sugar ranks by worshipping at St. Hannah Edwards, Amlcae Frank I Rota O,' Fortson, Sylvla'dJunbertand :
their minds to make the .golf Ray. Robinson, the' famous James AME Church, Rev. Harris,, le Shumake, Olive B., (Alexander Ruth. N. Polite. :"1 n
tourney in Jacksonville song and dance man. Play it pastor. This observance Is the international 1'1:1"h".t"aor":
Spotted Atty. Henry Arringtonand smart, and get that ducat now. obligatory service *
Jimmy Randolph chatting I period designed to call to the attention THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper; ..rj.r, 1 )
jwdth the "Black Eagles," Col. I of the public the ideal of I

Hubert Julian . meanwhile, 'I FROM THE WAY I get It the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, "Finer PAGE 5 \ SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1959
Arthur Lee Simpkins and his Booker Terrace Lounge is a Womanhood." Zeta Amlcae -worshipped .
lovely wife cutting out for rehearsals jumping place when Happy Rose with us. I
on the !Beach. Mr. and his band are playing If you : '\
Simpkins is one of Lou Walters' haven't been to the Terrace late- At this service Mrs. Anna Battle !of Songs ,At own singers and give thorn" &W'a.' t
favorite singers.CELEBRITY ly, I suggest that you drop in 'Brenner Meyers, was presentedas full house. Wilbur Ellison,
and dig the show, which/ features Woman of the Year. Mrs. Greater BethelA Greater Bethel give you a hear-

PARADE . popular Miami vocalist Etta Meyers is a lawyer, a school battle of songs between Mt, ty welcome Rev, Edward T.
Well, it's a pleasure to let every- Jones. board member and a person who Zion Baptist Church and Greater Graham and Rev. S. A. Cousin,
one knqv that last Sunday one works unceasingly for the goodof Bethel Gospel Chorus on :Sun- pastors. .t Ar1'f'
of the finest shows that was BACK IN TOWN Is Bahama the community in every re- day,' March IS at 7:15:; pm. You ; 11
ever put together was held at Mama, Dottle Anderson and spect. We feel 1 her attitude and and your friends are sure of a '' t.'Jtuhrt9ntJJ
Longshoreman's Hall for the looking just as good as ever, especially courage of her conviction make Gospel treat of songs.; This 'RHOMANIAf'
benefit of NAACP. The stars that those two boys (Wow). her a deserving .person for the choir No.2 of Mt. ,Zion,'and the
gathered there at that time could Tempest Storm, the ,'beautiful award Basileus Inez C. Foster Gospel choir of Greater Bethel is on the ',
not have been bought for less I striptease artist now appearing. at paid a tribute to her pinned an are tuo of the city's outstanding way r
than $25,000, there were so many. 1 the Riot Room on the Beach, will orchid and IpresentccI( a plaque choirs. Let us appreciate our r .,' rf'r
The Allegros, the C Major Quin- marry singer Herb Jeffries properly engraved.
tet, Jo Thompson, Curt Harmon and move to Europe to live. T
with a wonderful trio of singers Zeta women try to live full rtaB
called the Floridians, the ever- ....PRETTY GIRL of the Week: lives, to be friends to those who .
faithful and ever-jumping' Tren- Glenda Powell of Cleveland . pass by, to light a lamp or lend' GO FIRST CLASS
iers, the Myrtle Jones Trio, Bon- Policeman of The Week: Sgt. a hand so that those who tread
nie Davis and the Picadilly Pip- Tony Rothwell of the Miami afterwards may see the way and
ers, Diane Dove, the entire show Beach Police Dept A . Teacherof not stumble for lack of light. "
from Club Clro's including Da The Week: Edith S. ,Robinson. ,Memorial service
held
mita Jo, Chris Columbo's group, That's it for now. Life life, Lincoln Memorial Cemetery was after at- . .with America'sFinest QOLDCNJIQQM '
Stump and Stumpy, Dave Bondu every golden minute of it, Peace. the service. This
was merelythe
and Chickie .Home, Timmy. Rogers Bourbonin
beginning of a full week of -
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a surprise appearance
by. Bill Doiggett Night Typing Class special) concentrated activity.

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who wasn't there? You. That's Typewriting will be offered at
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, shame to have to admit. that even Tuesday and Thursday even- PULL LINE OP GROCERIES .
with such',a, terrjfic array of talent ings, 7 to 10 pm. beginning t.lj. \
that should have filled the March 4. All persons interestedare COLD CUTS COSMETICS /t ?:
asked to meet at the school
hall to over-flowing the empty '
208 N.W. 10th Strut
seats stood out like ,a sore Tuesday, March 11 at 7 pm. Reg. ..// /

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One I hundred IWMOU DltTItUIJ! co.. _
Jackson's Toddle Inn experienced their school day at, Virginia: Beach :SA"f' Z* } ': -r "sore'hrftcltltl If MdKt; II TnOaMo'. ; .. '1478x

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Oratorical i Hampton announces that the

I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"PAGE SuccessSuccess Legion 1 contestants will be Judged on the

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following: (1)
is speaking words of Contest Sunday I presence, POIse
I 6 SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1959 praise, and personality; ((2) composition,

-.- - -- And cheering other people's ways Dethune-Cookman College will I I' accuracy and effectiveness and
It's doing just the best you can be host to the Oratorical Contest (3) powet to convince.
With task and every plan. of District 7 of the American
every
"I for ChristianCitizenship" It's silence when your speech Legion of the State of Florida, i
Speak
would hurt, Sunday, March 8 at 3 p.m. in -
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Politeness when tyour neighbor'scurt White Hall Auditorium.The LOTS FOR
; contest will be supervisedby SALE
It's deafness when the scandal Frank W. Hampton of Lees- Easy Terms
iBv WILLIE -GREEN burg Educational Director of
flows, Build on lot
District 7. According to Hampton your
And sympathy with other's woes.
mine
all conestants: must be bona- or
,
In with the and be counted and take our It's loyalty when duty calls, We take
ED NOTE! keeping fide students in secondary care of financing
It's when the hours
Lenten Season the following stand to fight and to attempt to patience are schools and enrolled in classes
article l Is published It It's in the silent time of
I ten by the president of the Youth judice among races. We shoulddo happiness and in despair prayerIn 10th, 11 th or 12th grades on Jan- Cash paid ,for your Iota
all that to instill with- or
Group of Greater Bethel AME we can 1 of this
uary year. home
In All of Life, and nothing else,
I Church. in the hearts of our fellowmenthat The first second and third
I there is only one to We find this thing we call Suc-
way cess! place winners' will be granted a Money loaned on your
Christian citizenship bring about world peace; that year scholarship to a college, and
: Is one othe f way is none other save by the -Anonymous the first place winner is eligibleto Home or Lot
most important cress cf Christ. Let seek first.
us go to the regional, the sectional -
factors the Kingdom of God and all His Birthday CelebrationYou and if successful, to the national Baron, JE 8.1340DON'T
necessary to obtain righteousness and all other finals in Lilo, Cal, April
1 1 world things will be added unto us. I are cordially invited to 20. -
peace. In order Yes, I speak for Christian Citizenship attend the annual birthday cele-
to bring aboutworld bration of Dr. H. Sweeting (which
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will be held at the Sweeting's
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Christians from Estate, 2148 NW 4th St., Fort LOSE YOUR
TOP CIVIL RIGHTSLAWYERS LICENSETO
aU over the Lauderdale, Sunday, March 8. .
It is requested that those who DRIVE
world must
desire to give gifts, large or
brotherly unite in manner 8 and' acknowl CONFER IN N.Y. small, do so in /tile form of cash Everybody Can Get And Everybody Can Afford

duties to God. to the Sweeting's Foundation AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE AT
edge their NEW YORK Lawyers activein Fund. I
Christian Citizenship is pm::or- school segregation cases from
tant to me, in that it is a means 8 southern states held an all-day SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY

,, by I iwhich I can have content- strategy conference here this
ment here on earth.: I encounter week with civil rights attorney 645 N.W. 36th St. 16650 N.W. 27th AvenuePL

trials and tribulations Just as Thurgood Marshall, director- 9.5284 NA 4-1811
else but a thor- counsel of the NAACP
everyone ; upon legal defense -
ough analysis of the entire situation and educational fund. i Six Months Policies Start as Low as $12 Down

I have found that the The conference was held behind . ..
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Christian way is the right way. close doors in a midtown I

There is much to be gained hotel attending were lawyers who I' ""t -:;. .... ""- ........"", .....""- ,,, 4.. .,.,.............. '\: nn.
fram. Christian Citizenship. are or will be involved in cases I
Christian Citizenship decidedly dealing with desegregation of d
affects the lives of those who 'schools supported by public I'I COMMUNITYDRUG r
practice it. When individuals are funds.It .
good Christian Citizens, they was disclosed that the major U
usually demonstrate Godliness by item on the agenda included. i STORECOR.
not treating everyone as they A review of the status of present -
would have others treat them, i cases in which the NAACP
but rather by doing things that Legal Defense and Educational N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th'Stw
are right and Godly.In Fund has given legal support and .
assistance.
the event that large enough The evaluation of legal tactics PRESCRIPTIONS' CAREFULLY FILLtD:

group of persons would possess presently employed by Legal Defense -
that is conducive to .
citizenship Fund attorneys and those Cut Rate Drugs free Delivery
Christianity, then a revolution
could be defeated This would opposed to integration of public COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERViCt.
schools. ._ _
cause much of the prejudice that New I I SEALTEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
regal strategy and tech-
exists in the world to vanish. All niques in the handling of future I Father Theodore R. Gibson \ I
Americans could be improved if cases involving the constitutional pastor of Christ D..iscopal Church PHONE OXford 1-7515
we. the .reoole- of America would rights! of Negro citizens.A of Coconut Grove will be the *
begin to attempt to overcome the state-by-state report on the guest speaker for the occasion C. M. JOLLIVETTE 8R,

prejudice, feelings existing among progress of cuort-ordtred and Along with Dr. Anthony Georgeof ..... .,. .,. Prop'0 ....
races today. This is truly the voluntary desegregation of pub- New York City other out-
greatest challenge that mankindhas lic schools. standing personalities Twill appearon # ,,:
ever laced: Mr. Marshall revealed at the the program. Everyone is in- :
One of the most priceless pos- meeting that the NAACP Legal vited to attend and enjoy the
sessions of an individual is Defense Fund had been able to celebration. Get out of the rut! Come and see
Christian Citizenship. Upon. obtaining -
give legal support and assis-
Christian Citizenship the tance in every instance where
Individual begins to feel as requests had come from Negroes HunterWHO
Bishop
though he will be.safe under any being denied their constitutional HICKS'
circumstances. Fear of every- rights."

thing gradually'disappears, thus He also disclosed that cases Photo StudioUltra
be is able to feel content to against segregated. schools are IS WELL

change those things that he can now sending .in every southern Fine Portraits
and to endure those things that state except Mississippi. KNOWN AS

he cannot change. As in most "Despite economic boycotts, James E. Hicks, Prop.
cases change for the better usu- threats of physical violence and PROF. HUNTERFor
ally begins slowly and then other threats against Negro litigants Studio: w

snowballs.A their lawyers, supportersand 2440 NW 60th SU the past 33 years a> ate '
wholesome outlook on life sympathizers, successful civil -
is most essential for constructive rights legal action are increasing Phone NE 3-3166
living. Persons, who are followersof in several states," Mr.| Marshall If you are sick and p k

Christ, have this optimistic advised the lawyers. -- worried or -trouble
outlook on life an outlook thatis .' .- -
conducive to the highest and i this is the place to 5 t :: 1t

most desirable life. This makes come. Don't stay in the
greater the reason that'Christian NEED MONEY!
Citizenship is important. rut. Push back the veil
1st and 2nd loans
mortgage $1,000 $21.25
pay mo. 3
By a' close observation of the of the lack of understanding
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propounded information, one can Pay off all your bills $1,500 pay $31.88 mo. r
draw the conclusion that more e Get additional cash S2.000 pay $42.59 mo. and bad luck

persons in the world should possess Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments that seem to hold you a V ,

Christian Citizenship. To be FREE-24 hour in your track and ad-
inspectionNo >
more specific, I will say that
more persons here in Miami Cost to You vance forward by the

sbould possess Christian Citizen help of God.De.ce '
ship. We should take 'a greater Dade-Broward. Mortgages & Investments

interest in problems that arise in CALL ANYTIME Your home and
every day life be made hapPY'
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;' THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" ,

f Chi kie Vickie Wally Standouts . '
? PACE. 7 SATURDAY MARCH 7, ,1959 ,



Is Miami's. Niqht t Club Talent Waning? .

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By Stanley ,(Sweets) Sweeting ver outfits at a benefit perfor-_ peccable Jimmy Reeves, the tal- 1
mance, the name Wally Futch ented Dizzy Jones, the loveable S
If you like clean'' entertainmentplus might easily be identified as a Satch Robinson, the provocativeFlip
diversified talent, may I nattily-attired showman. Wallycan : Wilson and the mad pacesetters : -
suggest three well known acts 'sell' a song as very few (in knajvn as Sweet, Papa
that might rate your hurrahs? These performers -
the business can He's an offsetof Turner daughters. \ .
Before I shuffle the deck, per- blues-bellower. Wynonie (Mr. are 'shots-ln-the-nrm' to r
mit me to 'say that there are Blues) -Harris. He has ifoise, a the tired business man, who go
loads of entertainers running the hefty voice, retains an interest- night-clubbing: !in search of entertainment -
rounds, (while, which, to my way ing repertoir possesses erson- and dlvertlsement.
of dealing, are not worth the ality, and another dominant factor But, I dare say, when the deck
newsprint upon which their essential to success'-show- is shuffled the cards are stacked
names are printed. manship. That's jolly Wally. for dealing the hands 'are finally
Yet, there are a few left which shown, it is my guess that the
certainly are worth mentioninghere. Admittedly, there are other Poker 'dra*' would only requiretwo
golden acts in show business, but cards, for, tho three remaining -
I've visited most of the late most are hidden in the gilded 'matcher will undoubtedlybe
spots here abouts from time to deck of night' club talent. a King, a Queen and a Jack
time, and I've seen some solid Lest we forget, there's the inImitable ->hat. Chickie, Vickie and Wai-
acts truck across the boards. 'I Rufus Beacham, the im- 1)1 '
While mpst of them should have
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'taken to the exits before goingon I 0 :
other were standouts on any j
reporter's pad. When
handsome Let's take Chckie the Horne hilarious Here'sa and Applying for Social

young dapper and refreshing
chap, who never fails to bring
dqinvthe house wherever he ap- Security Benefits
pears. Be it along the main bou-
levards or their extending arteries -
if the name Chickie Home Are you planning to retire in
hiss the blinking marquees, patrons the near future and apply for ;; 1 1.o"
are assured of their mon- your social security ,payments? pscially! true of 1958 sell. '- f q 5'k
ey's worth. If you are, you will 'be interested mtnt earnings. R \
His hilarious and riotous impersonation In an announcement made today \
lie
3.S0 suggested; that the re-
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of' Madam Effie by Edward Blonston, manager : .r.ns worker brin4 to the office
Throdkbottom, 'tho somewhat of the social security office any avaUab.e documents which
overworked along the circuit, located at 243 NE 79th st. '
how his aga or date of
t
continues to "bowl 'em over" Mr. iBlonston points out that in 'While :a u.r.h brth'l \
fliurlng the monthly benefits
show time
every
japusmal: certificate sed on a I
payable to workers who apply in
reccru made at the time of births
it's
And whether an appear-
4959 his office must take
account "
ance for one of our beige bistrosor of {swages and selfemployment prelerab.e:, ii.onsion Mated,
maybe at a black and tan income received by the 'Yoe accept many:: types of evi- v i.
nitery across the bay, it's the ,.voider u) through the end of aeiK-e such as iife insurance pol- 4\ t&
.citM, n'.iuraiizauon certificates
same sure-fire click. ; ; '
958. Workers for
now applying
union hospital or Lodge records,
So receptive is Chickie's tal- their social security retirement I '5 bk atj
ent and his expounding of it, he etc" iiicnston added that. sucha I
benefits can help speed the de4v.ryof II i
is often called upon to forsakethe record should be several years as i \:a 23 A
their first social I
secur- old and ,
show the date ti gas ,
local scene and masqueradefor I
ty checks if they will bring with 4
tourist patrons on the isle of .horn their withholding slips ;made as wets us me worker's age v aT yT! ,,..,
Nassau, for the elite of Washington ifoim W-2)) for 1958, when they or date of birth. i

D. C., or for the curious olNdJV call at the office to file their Workers who have reached! retirement -
York City Chickie sings, :laLms. If a claimant for bene- age, 62 for women or
dances, acts, and deals out with fits is self-employed; he should Jo; for men, were invited by Mr.
the comedy. In short, he's terrificlThere's bring with him a complete copy Bionstcn to call at the social security J ': ir 5'rk
a shake-dancer called of his income tax return for office to file their c.aims ;
Vickie Copez. But if you label 1958, including Schedule' C
or to discuss any social socurity!
'her correctly, you'd refer to her i uvhich details his business income problems they may have.
as a shake-ARTLST. She's nothIng and expense. He should

short of the best, locally, in also ''bring a cashier's receipt, ---r--------. _...---- ----
her profession. Unlike the score cancelled check or other evidence
of other strip-teasers, who amble showing that he hal! paid his For The Highest in
aimlessly into nowhere, La Co 1958 income tax.
pez reminds yu so much of that COSMETICSCall
:
perfectionist, Hortense Allen Blonson jointed out that ea'rnInis YUkon 3-5681 :
'the best in the business Duringa for years before 1958 have I
Copez performance, whetherit's already been posted to the "8A 11)1"
an impersonation of 'China worker's individual social secur- Also
Doll' or any other in her long ity account, 'but sufficient time Miami Time Newspaper )
list of characterizations, Vickie's hasn't elapsed for all 1958 earnings + J a.tt .
lithe and nimble body trickles to bek credited This ii es- \\'I.ST HOLLYWOOD, FLA. q"

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Peoples' Newspaper" i Alliance, and: pastor:.of Mt. Zion
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The f|,Baptist Church; benediction
'\ UIIrvI.U"T'I.'t'I. ''iT\' ) TU\t.l YJlJ UIl 1IIU 1Ilmc:: by
I SATURDAY, MARCH ,,7, 1959 Fr Theodore Gibson, rector of
PAGE 8 I Christ .Episcopal1 Church...
! Greetings will also be brought
td THE MIAMI BRANCH by Noble C. Bentley potentate of
Yaeger ClinicDedication the Shriners; Atty. Henry Arring-
ton, ,pr, S. M. Frazier and other
civic and professional leaders,
Sunday
NAACP The public is invited to come
and ''snare''in this service and
activities to
Outstanding among
view this modern, well
equipped
Sunday will be the dedicationof clinic..
Miami's newest institutions -
CELEBRATING ITS one of
IN
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The Yaeger Clinic, located -
at 1177 NW 62nd st from Tuskegee
<
GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY 4 to 6 p.m. AlumniNews
The program has been arranged :
by the Ministerial Alliance of The local Tuskegee Alumni
Proudly Announces itl"NIGHT Club met at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John C. Capers on Saturday
Feb. 22.
The meeting was well attended .
OFSTARS" and much important businesswas
transacted. The most impor
tant of which was the annual tea.
: !% The annual Spring Tea will be
.Q 'le'let. the third Sunday in April at the

palatial home of Mr. and Mrs.
4 Albert F. Crosby, 3145 NW 50th
: : .- St. All friends as well as delin
quent club members are expected
i
to be present. We are looking
" i r forward to givinj toe public a
Wed. March 11thk.Y ;. "variety treat," even surpassing:
i-t J'l' te colossal success made last
.
'f Spring.
E EDR The next meeting will be held!:
Doors 8
J Open
8:30
Sharp
p.m.
{. p.m. I at the home of Miss E. C. Tho
; mas, 5620 NW 18th ave. on
Headlining The Greatest Show Yet! ; March 14 instead of the usual

time which is the third Saturday
'# SAMMY DAVIS, JR. 1 each month. All members are
; urged to be present at 8 p.m
FRANK SINATRA The hostess served 'a refreshing -
1 CARL YAEGER JR. J 1 I repast for which Miss Tho
__ mas gave thanks.
JERRY LEWIS Remember the Spring Tea. Big.
ger and better, depicting
many of
'
# EARTHA KITT Y I the leading musical talents in
i Miami.
ARTHUR LEE SIMPKINS I John C. Capers, president
E. C. Thomas, reporter

JULIUS LaROSA
Y's Men OrganizeA

LOUIS JORDAN & ORCHESTRA chapter of the Y's Men's
Club, the International Service
Cub:: of the YMCA, was organ-
zed recently at the Carver

Celebrities,who will appear for the benefitOf 'Branch YMCA. Y's Men's is a
World fellowship of young men of
The Fighting Fund For Freedom 31 countries.
The club exists, to 'serve the

Napoleon Reed (and Company ,.... Montmarte Hotel community, primarily youth and
young adults. It enjoys good fun

Chris Colombo's Group _...a Ciro's and relaxation in a congenial
group. Club members work,

Jimmy Randolph .........._.. ...._ Empress Hotel think and play in an atmosphere
r of service in action.

a.mita .Jo ............_._.._...___ ,.._.... .. Ciro' The Miami chapter is scheduled .,
,.... .. to be installed at the Southern
.,
Stamp and Stumpy ._.__.. ,. Ciro's I ---- -- Area Council meeting of YMCA's

Sonny Stitt Sextet _._._ u Rod D' MB Ke \\7rfaoi- America's May Beach.1. Empress Hotel, Miami

Bonnie Davis and the PkadiTJy P"1per&Rod n' MB y VV tot Southernmost City Louis New members of the club are:
H. Portlock Jr., Arthur L

Buddy Carle and the No-Tone __ RocJ D'MB By FRANCES E. PALMER Evans, Charles II. Gray, Leroy

--A '" r ..." ....... .. __ --_--- Washington, James B. Randolph,
-- ..
Curt Harmon Trio ........ . ....__ Grate and Pm tip J .... Leroy K. Daniels, Melvin C. Fox,
Miss Leonore Laurie, daughterof himwell again Thomas R.. Papino, James Camp-
Georgie Auld Group ....._...._.. Grate and Pin up : Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Lauriea I soon. bell, Phillip F. Dixon, Jacob W.
senior at Douglass High School ; Mrs.. Mignon Curry, Moses L. Perry, Dave
Joe .Mooney ........-._.._..._.._ ._. Grate aDd Pm tip win represent the tenth districtof 'ginia SU, is ill at Kemp Monroe of 203 General Vir I Bondu, William S. Johnson,
be American Legion In the Charles S. Baker, John Bullsrd
Candido ............................... ........ Grate and Pin np State Contest Sunday, March 8 well Hospital.and up again.Friends hope her I and Robert B. Burke.
,
at Bethune CooJunan The Y's Men's
Club meets in
Maurice Rocco ............:......__..........___ D Patio College the recreation
Miss Laurie won this honor as DEATH i room of the Carver -

The Allegros ........_....._: .....,..... ....... Nautilus Hotel a result f having won out in the Mrs. Susan Butler retired 'Other Branch, Saturday at 4:30 pjr
district contest conducted at Co- midwife, of 309 Julia St., died young men are invited to

Diane Dove ...................-.....................__.._.. Ciros's' conut Grove Sunday, Feb. 15. Feb. 26. Funeral services will be aUilia tea
She says that her trip to Coconut held Sunday afternoon at 3.00: I
Myrtle Jones Trio .....:............._.. Vanderbilt Hotel Grove was one of the most o'clock March 8 from St. Mary Teenagers to Stand
pleasant traveling experiences Star of The Sea Catholic Church
Remarkable Rubin Trio ......_...... ..... Rancher LoungeDave she has ever had and that she i? with Father Cronin officiating : Behind David
deeply grateful to the American Burial will be in the Catholic I
Bondu and Chickie Home ......._................ Ciro's Legion for the deep interest tak- Cemetery. Allen Funeral Home CampanellaNEW
en in her. is in charge of
Leon Fields ........ ................ Miami Beach Favorite She expressed deepest gratitude The body will lie In arrangements.repose at the YORK (CNS)While

C. Major .Quintet v..........._... ........ Sir John Lounge her coach to Mrs.and travelling Winifred Johnson compan: Eloise residence Reynolds of her,(daughter 308 Truman, Mrs Ruthe to be and brave Roy and Campanella hold back tried the

ion and Legionnaires Are. from ff wars and fears of the future of
Not definite-"will try to.make it if possible" Anthony pm Saturday until >
Castillo,.. Wilfred the. heir son, David
Wallace< and time of the funeral. 15( whose arrest -
Jerry. Valgene Hayes also on the trip in his father** wordS Is .the-
were Commander Charles Major,, Surviving are a husband Ben worst of all, teenagers, friends
Read Dare Bondu's Column for
Complete Listing and Jose Planas and Auxiliary jamin; two daughters, Mrs.Inez and fans of David rallied to his
** members Miss Mah ease Pinder,' Adderley of Miami; Mrs. Eloise support, as a member of the Del
r- . and Mrs. Marguerite Plans i Reynolds of New York; a son Chords, a mixed musical quintet,
Miss Laurie assures the Legion George: W, of Denver; 18 grandchildren David was growing popular with
Tickets $2.50$3.75 $5.00 $10.00ALL that she will win the state con 38 great grandchildren the younger set. He had recently *
test. S and one great-xreat grandchild; appeared on Martha Raye's
SEATS RESERVED 2 sons-in-law, Robert Reynolds telethon to raise funds for re
I Oscar: Roberts Jr. son of Mr.' of New York; Lawrence Adder I tarded children and she hugged
and Mrs. Oscar Roberts Sr., 10 E. ley of Miami; one daughter-in- him at the finish.
t TICKET AGENCIES I Fort Village, is stationed at )Fort law Mrs. Geot&eV.. Butler of I A not h e r recent appearaace '
Miami: North's Travel Bureau: 1104 NW 3rd Are, I Jackson S. C with the Army, Denver, a It host of other relatives on Jack Parr's television -
5 Famous Chef Restaurant 840 NW 2nd AVe., Afro- where he is taking his basic show, won him more fans.

-American Office, 840 NW 3rd Ave, Sir John Hotel, training.Douglass Oscar High is School graduate class of of Rev. Graham Speaks He had seemed to be a well-
''NW 6th St. -Elizabeth Hotel mannered, ambitious, intelligent
276 Mary 642 NW( 2nd i 55.
A..S Miami Caner Hotel, 899 NW 3rd AYLr' Book In 'St. PeteThe youngster and, not interested In his career
using his father's
er Terrace Motel. 4200 tNW 27th Ave, NAACP Mrs. Carey Jones was honored Rev. name for a push. "
JJB09 NW 3fd AveLaity doting the week: with a visit Edward T. Graham, Then 'h.+
bottom
of out
,Off from her brother, Ernest A. EI- pastor Mt. Zion Baptist Church when dropped
Q David
t :was Invited was arrested for'n
; : Community Drag Store, 6750 NW 15th lerby at Syracuse. N. Y. speaker at the to annual be the guest i tl>Lt and later charged with'

,Ave.. Coconut Grove: Grand Ave. Drugs, 3640 Grand Percy Smith the St Petersburg Council meeting of rubbery. However, David fol-
Ye.. Miami{Beach: Ciro's or M.B. Auditorium Box is sick at Monroe, of 209 General Olivia Hospital s:.. Community Relations last Thurs on lowers are..hopeful of the. out

Office.: For information regarding tickets call Fa1l4PJe:4' Friends wish him a1'eCOTerr speedy- day nightRev come. :,...

: Graham 3;oke to a ,capacity "RHOMANIA"
audience bnh '.
subject,
.::... Jlli\1I 'I. ..JDNIn.. iiIr .iJK\.Ji IU'IiiIII..Tat. )JI'1.Jlit:B>1"n the Virgil Jtaval Welters. is a patient: 'at -Brotherhood and' the Equality
Bocpitai. Friends "
wish of Opportunity. t ..'. is.on, the wayIII '

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AA; ,riuat.: : ,. \, Scott. On ,the Community llth' of March.0 Association.its ann THE MIAMI TIMES="The'e pie' New paper"''ht Dorsey HifrhNorthwestern>I nd \

Meeting, Wednesday I )will armeinlberShIJ:be held In the meeting Community. twhich PAGE 9 ';'SATURDAY,.,' 11 iGH11959 ; ;,

Building of the James E. Scott : ftjftmni! Meelit.Y T',.
!Many of, us. who have been Lter Ii
Homes fusing Project, 7200 NW *
long time.Residents' of this community 22nd ave, vocal groups from 1'ria 't *call for all K 'graau- h

wL11,j'fee pleased ,to' knowof Northwestern 'Senior High School. ates, and all",graduates of Dors i
the; remarkably strides being Booker T. Washington and Dorsey and Northwestern to meet I ''
anti for
fihlshmhking our plans
(
made ofo our agencies 'forsocial schools will participate in the ::
bur at commencement 1
were. New residents' .In program .,
program, ,: The planning commit.. The meeting is to be held at the :
.fast growing ,numbers
our are ...
home bf Mrs. Helen Martin Pet I +
is :
tee
proud to be a. part. of an area sparing no efforts to makethis" .
ersonThursday night, :March 15,
which can, boast an withso the best 'annual in
agency meeting j 11'
8, pm. Please be pn.Ume and (
varied a program as James E..the history of the.. agency bring someone with you. ;t.1

_u..T'\I1II..I\intltr VI"""" 1"1'u:,"."I..111.*4 ....n u.:...,....,,,. 11.lI J7'""W._ UIII mu Ullr }JII'IL wy Refreshments Ebenezer Edwards will be, served.chairman I.I .JI

I :A.E. McNeal, advisor a a

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DRVON ,TWQAAE: nxIrffiL fdssoFEjfJ !/,

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S3Si3.N.W. '- -
NE 22nd' Ave. & 69th St. "" '& -
see where' various civic organizations -
are' battling for the,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY repeal of the 10 percent federal
-- : excise tax on telephone .bills. Put
into effect as a temporary
The North Dade Community to the betterment of the com- measure In 1M1, this tax has
Club recently responded to an ,appeal munity, but has done,much Char- ; never iiesn) removed from the .
made books: It took to''start'( It,
in The MImd Timesfor itable work. : a war
Willie Green of 2761 NW 45th and now it may take another
st. Green needed a wheelchair. I I Th.a, officers and members are war to end It.
I The 'roup sent the chair and also David P. Williams, president; E. One argument against the taxis
raenwr' a check for $50. i Cave, vice president; C. R. Gilbert that the tlephone Is no longera
I This club is primarily devoted I I financial secretary; W, luxury, but a necessity, I know
I Brown, treasurer; R. Davis, F. this is true, because my daugh-
I Garrett, W.J.. Williams, H Murray I ters have told me so. Personally, 'f
BUNCHETHEATRE J. Malcolm. I don't often get, near the fellow-
phone . pardon me, I mean
x OPA LOC!(A 10 BEST DRESSED telephone j ? but I am privilegedto
AA AE.Natied Tel. NA 1-7322 pay the bills ,

SUN., MON., TUB SECOND ,ANNUAL: The telephone company now
"ATTACK OF THE calls our attention to this' levy on
hive FASHION SHOW Its bills so- w've been "tolled"
50 Ft. WOMAN"Allison
'
about thc'1Jhoney tax Imagine
Hayes PLANNED 10%! That's not only excise, it's
Plus outsize! Guess we'll have to
SUNDAY AND MONDAY"HIGH The Saints-Margaret Chapter change the old cliche "Paying
"Man From God't of the Episcopal Church Women thropugh the nose" to "Paying
ti TENNE3SEB WUXXAIW lA-DOLDt DARING .Country"CAPITOL. of the Incarnation is sponsoring through the car,", (while (getting
Its Second Annual'Fashion Show a busy signal from ''Unclq Sam?) ,
MGWdNI OAflflJBOO f featuring Miami's Ten Best This outworn levy upheld by '
Dressed Women Washington ds a form of capitol
'Cat punishment (accent on the pun).
1 f S'a t! Fill In) a post card ballot with Perhaps we should call up our
your ten selections and mail ballot legislators and ask them to reverse -
M Mtiioeoloi AN AVON PAOOUCTIO* THEATRE to;.Ten Best Dressed Women the charges. Tell them It's
Contest care of Miami Times, time Uncle Sam dialed himself
Saturday Mldnite 6740 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. out of the "numbers" racket.
SCHOOL ,CONFIDENTIAL"TUESDAY
SUN. ,. MON. TUES. For further Information contact In conclusion, may I, offer ,a
MARCH 8 9 10 chapter chairman, Mrs. Elisha S, slogan for this campaign' ,
"THE TRAP" Clarke, Jr., 1736 NW 65th St., "Don't telephonctell4can< -
AND WEDNESDAY YMGM's 1-7056; "
With Richard Wldmark/ 0c grossman.

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Back to Africa Atlantic Baptist PAGE 11 SATURDAY, MARCH K7, .1959

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Session SuccessfulThe NOTICEDade businesses. .
Proceeds from the annual
j' Heights Jewish Community Easter "Seal Sale go to support.
!, w Center Sisterhood will havea the Children's
Crippled Society's
,
29th annual
I \ Atlantic Coast Baptist session Associa of the I i highest amount for the year Rummage Sale on Sunday, program and services to the

I>. tion convened at .Ebenezer with Mrs Prescilla Wilkerson of March 8. It will be In front of handicapped at its Rehabilitation *,
Bap- Mt. Olivette second and Mrs. J, the Food Fair at Farmers Market Center 1475' NW 14th ave.
tist Church, West Palm Beach, Barr of Central, third, Mrs. I. C, .
Rev. J. A. King, pastor, Feb. \ Mlckins the
was speaker. The sale will start 4t 8:30 in.
22 From
I! s ; the opening program Since the goal Iwas to break the morning. In addition to cloth-
.S I. on Tuesday evening to the closeon Mrs. Barr's record of more than
8MltH'
ing, there will be assorted piecesof J.
; .: Sunday night, the meeting $200 last year and no one raiseo. furniture, and, brlc-a-brac. All
j jI Christian was marked with' a fine spirit of that amount, she continues to ,be proceeds will go to the building ELECTRICSERVICE
I fellowship and coopera queen. fund.

4 tion.The Pastor King and his congregation -
business sessions for the : royally entertained the dele-
men were presided over by Mod- gates. Easter Seals MailedPostmen's ContractorHOUSEWIRING
erator 'L. A. Thompson and vice The 1960 session will ,be held at Electrical
moderator I. C. Mickins, and New Bethel bags will bulge with
Liberty City, Rev. .
an all-time record mailing of
President I, G. Pratt was in Ernest Williams, pastor
charge of the missionary department Easter Seals, over this weekend. "Don't cuss Call us"
The churches Te Society for Crippled Child
fine reports. representedmade State College Heads ren and Adults Is sending out a PHONE foE 5-3088

quarter of a million envelopes of
Strong messages were delivered Plan Career DayThe the tiny traditional Seals to that Night or Day

by the Revs. Joseph Smith, H. .r many Dade County 'homes and
BISHOP |W. F. BALL W. Moss Ernest Williams, J. A. Florida Council of Negro I I -

The Rt. Rev. W. F. 'Ball, his Butler, I. C. Mickins and E J. College Presidents changed its II "'

wife, Mrs. Agnes Ball, who left I Clark, Revs. T. G. Taylor andJ. ', name to the Florida Council on I ; A'N' i'HS1C i?
Miami i Thursday last via H. Johnson alternated., Institutions of Higher Learningat
Seaboard Airline Railroad for Reviving music was fur- I' its recent meeting at Bethune-
New York City on the first leg nished ,by the choirs of Ebenezer Coakman College, Friday and P
and Mt. Zion West Palm Beach Saturday, Feb. 20-21.
of their trip to Africa, where the SEE WM. PINDER Sr. |
Central, West Hollywood, and ,
Bishop will resume active duty, Miami. District The council set the date for the
personally presiding over the Temple tendent Deacon Charles superin-E. Gib- first Senior High School Career FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A .
17th and 18th., Episcopal Districtsof Day, which will be participated
son was in charge of the Sunday AND
ORGAN SERVICES N
the |lAME Church. School and District President K. }in by all the institutions of higher I
Bishop and Mrs. Ball arrived learning in the state on April
II
Trotti presided at the BTU hour.
' 4. A special committee was set I .1935 N.W. 153rd St.
;, "; : f Among visitors were Dr. J. A. up, for making plans for the career SERVICEOPPORTUNITY
F. Finlayson, (president: of the day, which consisttd! of MU 8.3770
Florida State Batist Convention three faculty members and three
Mrs R. L. Holly, president of 1 students from each college. This
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womens' department of the State committee is to meet at Florida
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Convention and vice president of I jA&M University, March 14. 1\
the National Convention MotherR.
Stevens and Elder H. J. Poi- The council also appointed another AWAITS YOU
tier of the Church of God, Mrs.L. I committee, this one for the

A. Moran of the East Coast 'Evaluation of the Quality" of SEE THE SOUTHS LEADING COLORED
Association, Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson I Teaching in the Colleges. Mem-
Rev. T. R. Harrison and bers of the' committee: W. A. PSYCHIC READER
Deacon E. G. Duckie. I McMillan, BethuneCookmanCollege
J. A. Espy, Edward Waters -
of the
One of the high points
College; J. L. Wilson, Flor-
meeting was the annual "Queen
and Industrial College
ida Normal -
Contest" sponsored by the women
M. C. Rhaney, Florida /
1 .y Sunday afternoon Mrs. Marion ; Jd
: r Johnson of St. James raised the A&M University. S dl

I Attending the meeting were
representatives from Florid p 'r
Oklahoma City, Okla., where the A&M University, Bethune-Cook ', > "MK'4 \
bishop attended the meeting of man College; Florida Normal and

the Bishop's. Council. I Industrial Memorial College, Edward !
The, AME Church was founded Waters College, Gibbs Jun-
In 1787. Since its founding :a ior College, Rosenwald Junior te
total of 78 Bishops have been College Washington Junior Col- b*
MRS. BALLin elected to serve the church. i i lege, Roosevelt Junior College,
Bishop Ball was the 77th bishop i Washington Junior College,
New York City at 6 p.m. to be elected. 'The Miami addressof Roosevelt Junior College and
on Friday and stopped at the Bishop and Mrs. Ball Is 1274 Volusia County Community Jun- _
Statler Hotel. T h. e y ,sailed NW 54th Terr. ior College.DORCHA .
from New York City on Satur- Let my years of Experience guide and protect you through

day on the giant Steamship --- Life M a Lighthouse gulden the ship IA A storm
Queen Elizabeth for London

England where they were scheduled WHEN OTIinnS VAIL YOU SKIS }MM
to arrive on Wednesday,
March 4.Bishop. Inc. For Success in Business And Love

and Mrs. Ball will CONSULT HER -
spend one week in (London before
You have home made happy
e can now, your
for South Africa -
sailing ,
Capetown Get and Hold the position long wanted
where they expect to arrive e you so
Rentals
about March 23 They Iwill remain Real Estate e Don't Stay in the rut, get out now

in Captetown for another e By the help of God she, can help you
week before leaving for the
Bishop's residence at Bulawayo -'- Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

. in Central \\Afrloa.: They, expect to trouble

arrive about April at te 1.residence on or 1009 N.W. 2nd Ave. It will my you to call and tee' Uiii Gifted Medium ttrtt

Where thpiUMmla come yearly for help and advice, yon too can
From Capetown Bishop and
be touched by this strange mysterious
1)W.rWHY
Mrs. Ball "will be accompanied by

the \Et. Rev. Francis H. Gow, 4-0028-FR 4-3853 GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

presiding Bishop of the 15th Phone FR The same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israelof
Episcopal District of the AME
Church. old I. still alive today and will open a way for you through

Bishop and Mrs. Ball will ra- MIAMI 36, FLORIDA the troubled sea of life' Let not him that I* blind lead you or

turn to the United States in timeto you .tumble with him:

attend the 200th (birthday anniversary Do you doubt the existence of thing because: you cannot see
celebration of the Rev. them?

Richard Allen, the founder of the T. What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that
AME Church.
They recently returned from JAMES make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible

.-.-- - --- A seed before It sprouts, lie concealed, secret sflent' in the
dark earth or womb of Nature. TIIRIU3 IS AN "UNSEENPOWER"
Homes For SaleNew 5 & lOc STORE

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N.W., 56th St. area. Very 1200 N.W: 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 Therefore, acquaint yourself '
nice 2-bedroom. Large Florida with the one who Is an
room. Like new. Price and ternu .
Whose private
authority.
low. SUNDAY, ,,29th IS EASTER .
Away consultation will evolve you '
Good Buy ( -NOW1)I
to a higher state of mind.

NEW 57th St. area, CBS 2-fced- 6.75 Boys' Suits $1.00 to 6.95
rooms with beautiful Florida Easter Dresses 1.00 to ,' Shirts ,89* ,. 1.89 All Information is
1.89 Boy
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room Priced to' sell with low' Glrlt' Slips 39* Pants .................... 45* 1.98 j
.. 29
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down payment. Socks ... ........ 8* & up Hats ...................-..-....... I1.0C Strictly Confidential .

N.W. 55th Terrace Po Ribbons ketboo, yd.(<. .......-......_.. 574 Socks .................... 29* > 390 Office Hours 0 a.m4
....... p.m.
On 75x105 ft. lot. 3 VERY Panties ,.........-.........--.- 29' Undershirts, es ..r.- 35* Sundays 10 a.1It. to 1 p.m.

LARGE Living .
BEDROOMS.
room with fireplace. Dining room, FILLED EASTER BASKETS .................... 38c 2.50 Don't Write-Call In Person, .

big kitchen and breakfast room
garage. Priced to sell today. Drapes, plastic pr. 89* Sheets, ea. ...........-_... 1.89 DAILY HEADING 1.00 UP I

$12,995 with low down payment Curtains, pr. :.-...- 1.19 Flowers, ea. ,--.....--. 10*
........ 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
month. Drape! cloth, pr; 1.89
-$85 per Pillows, ea. ..........-.-..11.69
CALL HARRY DENNYPL Pillow Cases, e*. __ 384 .
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MADAM
7-8250 HUNTER
Simplicity patterns and Money Orders sold every day-Monday

The Keyes Co. thru Friday 7:45 a.m. 7 p.m. Saturday til 9 4>"m., -Clo .d 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami

Real tori Sundays-Co to Church.
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THE MIAMI TIMES' -"The Peoples' Newspaper" "Boo-Boo".0L. r IN MEMORIAM : ,I
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r PAGE. ,,12 'SATURDAY, MARCH 7, '//1959 T DEATHS Camb4dgQ plesf '

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I : ''CARDS-MEMORIALS i S I

Francis . I II
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Willie Doyle Jr., who resided, at I ;; 1-

CARP ,OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM 1437 NW 6th court, drowned -on 'I'I
Feb. 22, when the automobile, ,he ,

.The family of the late, In loving memory oil our beloved was driving went out of control
'MRS VIOTORJIAJOHNSON into canal on
mother and plunged a
Wife and ,
at, Coconut Grove take this GRACE-LOUISE WILKERSONwho State Road 9. The body was

method of, thanking all ,the{ departed this life on March shipped to Waynesboro, Ga,,. for
neighbors and friends who .were burial.
10 1955.
SQ kind to her during her illness ,
.Ed Wllk'erson husband 1
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and'fIto 'us during our bereavement And Children Mrs. Martha Ware of 11301 .

ior telegrams, cards letters SW Cutler Road, Goulds, died' at rl"
/ flowers and words of consolation I her home Feb. 21 uneral services :
Especially our thanks to IN MEMORIAM were conducted Friday at

Rev. Father Sweeting, and Francis ,In sad but loving memory of 4 pm. at St.' Paul's Church in
Funeral (Home. brother Goulds with interment in Pasadjse -
II our dear'son and ,
> The Family MomorlaV/ Park. Survivors

I include her husband and ,mother
r
Appreciation P t/
Eugene Clark who lived at

The family of the late Henry 1521 NW 6th place was killed in
Stanley Thompson wishes to express an automobile accident on Feb. In loving memory of our dear
sincere appreciation to all 22. He is survived by his wife. wife and mother, ..
the friends and neighbors for The body was shipped to Mau- Arlington Cambridge, 1351 NW MRS. ANNIE E. CASH

their many kindnesses duringthe chula for burial. 72nd St., died, early last Satur- who departed this life, Feb. 28,
late Mr. Thompson's illness day morning' while enroute to 1958. May she rest in peace. .
and death. Mrs. Gussie Lane of 6219 NW Jackson Memorial Hospital. Thomas Cash, husband

Gratefully, 12th lace died Fet. y8 at the Stricken a short time before, he Joseph Cumberbatch, son "

Mrs. Winifred Thompson J Jackson Memorial Hospital. Fun- had experienced a brief shock,
And Family eral rites were held on Feb. 28 which 'later developed into an
at the Church of Christ In Liberty emergency. Bethel's Ushers to '
City. Survivors include four
IN MEMORIAMIn
1 sons; three daughters. Popoularly; known as "Boo '
Tea
loving memory of our dear Boo," Cammrddge was a native of Sponsor

departed mother and grandmother Leroy Scott of 169 NW 10th st. Key West. He came to Miami
r a died at the Miami Beach audi- over 40 years ago, .and -had been Usher Board No. 4 of Greater
MRS. MYRTLE MAE BERRY t torium on Feb. 24. Funeral rites I identified as, a :business man for Bethel AME Church, 245 NW 8th
HIGGS were "xondueted on March 2 at several years.jambridgert. st., cordially invites you to attend -
who departed this life March 3, L Bethel AME Church. Intermentwas its 9th annual tea Sunday,
1952. I : was in Hallandale. first came into March 8 at the home of Mrs.
A beloved Christian mother, f f prominence as1'a, member of Key Illinois Smith, 2236 NW 74th st

one who is sorely missed and will .--='.. :.f' .;t%:,m...'" West's Douglass Stars basebaUteam. 4. p.m. Mrs. Susie Holley will be
always be remembered. The Island City' ckXb often the guest speaker
Ernest Higgs, husband CAMPBELL "Bubber" MOSS House of Albert . came to Miami{ lor game competition Mrs. Fannie Jernigan, Pre*
Albert Higgs, son who passed away on March 6, /with"the Miami Giants
1957. I Arthur Lee McNichols 6- club. In later '
Zelma Higgs, daughter years, Cam'bmdgejoined
Emanuel( Higgs, son !Maj: he rest in peace and may month-old-son of Mr. and Mrs. j the Giants as a second .
Ervin Higgs, son light perpetual'shine upon him Zobedee McNichols of 448 Rail baseman. Range . -

Clarence Higgs, son Mrs. Dollie.Moss, mother road Ave., Homestead, died Feb.
and grand children Campbell Moss Sr., father 22. and was laid to rest Feb 24 After his athletic career was Deborah Townsend, the 6-year
Mrs. Mae Bell Moss, in Paradise Memorial Cemetery over, Cambridge went into busi- old daughter of Mrs. Almeta
twin sister ness. For many years he ran a Townsend of 1237 NW 62nd st,,
IN MEMORIAMIn Eugene Moss, son Margarette Hooks, the Infant successful beer wine and chill was killed by a Miami Transit

sad but loving memory of Tyrone Williams, nephew daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe tavern' along NW 2nd ave. bus on Thursday, ,Feb. 26, She is

our dear mother and (grandmother Hooks of 959 NW 14th' St., Flor- Cambridge's: :wife proceeded survived by her mother, grandfather -

IN MEMORIAMIn ida City, died Feb. 26. and was! him dn death by two years. He .
MRS. LORETTA PERPALL laid to rest in Paradise Memorial was an Elk and 'managed the .Funeral services were conducted -
who departed this life on March sad but loving memory of Cemetery Feb. 28, lodge's club room for a numberof. on March 3 at Mt. Calvary
6, 1956.* She is gone, but not for our dear father, years. Baptist Church with the Rev. E. ,
... Mts.. M. Thomas officiating Burial Was
gotten. ..,r. Funeral services for Willie -
L.f ,. Funeral services
are scheduled held in Everareen.Rabert
The vacant in 'hearts .
spot our Mae Holmes of 10050 W. for 3 'pm
Saturday at Atlas
will never be refilled Guava St., Perrine, who died at
Lodge Elks' home
The Family 329 NW 16th Olllff Jr., of 3071 NW
home following an extended ill- Terr...., (with Rev. L. A. Thompson 81st st., died in Jackson Hospital -
ness Feb. 16. were conducted _.' ---,- "-- -. ...
w. Acuipie .oapusi unurcn, of fir Feb. '28. (He is survived by his
IN MEMORIAMIn from Mt Moriah Baptist Church ,elating The body ,will lie in re- wife, Adell; tjwo sons, a daughter,
with the Rev W C. Ed- '
pastor, ,
poseat Beth ell Williams
Funeral two
'' brothers, and a sister. Fun-
sad but 'of
loving memory car, officiating Feb
Saturday, Home from: 3
our dear brother p.m Friday until eral services were conducted on
21 1:30
at
BENJAMIN WHITE : pjn. Survivors are: 8 a.m. Saturday, and, from 9 a on. March 4 at the Antioch Baptist
mother, Mrs. Eddie Lee Wilson
I ) Saturday until funeral time at Church, with Rev. E. D Richardson
who departed this life March 7, a sister, two brothers. Intermentin the lodge's -
home. Interment
in officiating Burial
1950. I Paradise.The was in
Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery Evergreen .
One ''by one their seats were -
.
emptied son of Mr and
One by one they went Mrs. Mary Daley of 6352 9W
away Jesse
Mrs B Surviving
Humphery of 6020 are a daughter, Mrs.
59th
: place, outh Miami
Now the Is died
family parted NW 15th laid to Bobby Randall four n
ave., was rest sisters, Mrs. Jackson
Will it be complete one day Feb, 18, 10:30: a.m. Idell Rodriguez, Mrs. Prescola is Hospital on Feb. 27. She
survived
Albeina Bethel, sister Walker, Mrs.. Julia Natilla of by her husband, six
Carrie Sawyer, sister Tonya Michelle Rolle, the Infant New York City; Mrs. Ida Brawn children services and her mother Funeral -'
Della Hale, sister daughter of Mrs. of Harrisburg Pa. were conducted on
Naomi two nephews, March 5 at 'the Church of God in
Rolle of 360 NW 22nd Terr., Steve Rodriguez, George Cambridge Christ with'' Rev.
IN MEMORIAMIn apt. 5, died March 1. Funeral ser- of Key West and other ficatlng. Burial Halloway held of-
was in Para-
vices will be held March 7 at 12 relatives: dise Memorial
loving memory of our .t noon in the chapel with Kev. Gardens

mother, -._.........,. .., ....._ '""'" ",..,,- Otis Mundy officiating She ,wihlie Mrs. Gladys of 1215
r d"'l'I',-, -I in repose in the chapel from NW 63rd
st. died
Richardson at Jackson
: MR. TOBE SWINT: 5 Me-
.: r p.m. Friday. Interment in Ev- . morial
\ who died March 7, 1958. May he ergreen. Hospital on March 2, She

rest in peace. Mrs. Narcfe Slater, 161 NW is survived by a daughter, a son.
iN We love you but Jesus loveyou 16th st., died in Jackson Hospi- Chapel services will be conducted -
Emma on March 9 at3
best. talon Fob 28. Funeral pan Burial
services
will be held
The Swint Family West Hollywood, who died Mar. were held from the Richardson Cemetery. -in Lincoln Memorial

1 will be conducted March 7 at Chapel on Feb:28 at 10 am. with .
2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Baptist burial in Paradise Memorial (
Henry Pierce
Church, Rev. S. A. Thomas .offi Gardens Mrs,, Slater leaves her st., died at Mt Sinai of 2171 NW 61st
dating. She is survived husband, Curtis, a sister Mrs*. Hospital on
Look! Prayer ./change Ira Maddox by a son, Naomi Williams Tuesday, March 3. He is survived -
8 of
grand St.
; children and Peters-
things. Are you lucky? Are several other relatives. She will bung. ', > by' his wife, Mrs. Rosa Lee P
Pierce.
you having problema.See( lie in repose in the chapel from complete.Mrs. Funeral. services are in

this man of God ibefore it's 5 p.m. Friday. Burial mEvergreen Charlie.N.a1. 1068 NW 66th st. ,

a too late. From Beauf or d, Memorial Park Funeral died at his services]: l borne on Feb. 25. Angielee Oliver of 1527

S.C. Until Monday, ;March I from, (Bbenezer.Methodist were conducted NW, 58th St., apt. 3 died in Jackson

9 at 1859 NW 68th St.' Church, Rev., .Hall, pastor, wl-h Hospital on Wednesday;
I l Drive 'Carefully! burial ,in City Cemetery., Mr. Neal March husband 4. She is survived by :her

is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mack Oliver and oter
. . Birdie relatives.Funeral services'
L g *-*--*-*-* -*- --* "* ' Neal., are incomplete -
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"SERVICES" I
Fred Bryant342
SW 4th St.
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have lent distinction to our name Homestead, died In the Kendall

Our mott.carefully guarded assetiare 'the ret poet' and ,confidence Hospital on Feb! 16. Funeral ser- LOTS FOR, SALE
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vices
LYDIA HILL of the people /tof Miami *N were conducted' from the

who passed from time into Eternity They' have been fostered by 'helpful understanding and practl. stead Bethel on.AME Church of Home- Easy Term
March 3 with burial Build on lot
on March 10, 1958. ell I intelll foe nce. Paradise Gardens in your
Why do I feel discouragedWhy or mote
By kill, and knowledge of requirements.By
do. the shadows fall We take
of
Mrs. Johnson care financing
and taste.By
quiet efficiency good Josephine
Why does my heart feel lonely 6578
,When,, .bound for heaven and facilities of classic dignity and home.like atmos- SW 60th ave, died in Jackson NO MONEY DOWN

<& home.For ,. phere. will Hospital be on 'Feb. 25. The J>o
Jesus is my comfort By resolute principles and human sympathy. for burial.shipped"<, .' to*Baldwin, Fla. home

My only friend is He These, through the "Services," have lent distinction to our name
ii Por' His eye is on the sparrow Money loaned on your

And. I-'i know he watches me..
p Willie Bethel MANKER fUNERAL "HOME "RHOMANIA"is Home or Lot


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Ave. OX 1-7694. T: th*!nEmt,1Cbrtstiar
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of contributions ,
FOR SALE structlon of the;
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DEERFIELD BEACH hon .. Is expected to be
50x150 S.E. 2nd Ct. East 'of S.E. 1 Is pancy in June.The THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper"

Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRank campaign 13 SATURDAY, MARCH ;,7, 1959
Hn 7-4812 Inc, been reopened
ave. under the
Reasonable price. Nassau Rev. Thedford '
LOT Asks
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Village Front Wolf Road. Beth cards on :
el Sundries, 6828 NW 18th are sons who made
Phone OX 18785. years ago are ; +
\ full scale effort What About
ONE FAMILY House or officeon get the entire Developments

valuable business lot. 1168 ery working, I I
NW 62nd st. Indi Rev Johnson

ROOMING HOUSE I on valuable persons paign previously who I in Fla. for Negroes?

business lot., Will pay Itself off him at the .

1172 NW 62nd I st. Indi 7-4760 or FR : I Miami Times: years ago, let me congratulateyou

MODERN 2-bedroom apt., stove,, Contributions SiriHaving on your choice of climate.
refrigerator and water, quiet, building fund, been a visitor to your And this brings us to the purposeof
5. headquarters and beautiful state some 10 this note.
Inquire 844 NW 70th st., apt.
NA 1-6952. Indi week were: Wel -... -.......- Our newspapers' here are fill
$50, Apex ed with 'ads' urging. folk to come
dry $50, Range );: "
LOT. 60x110 on NW 29th ave. ; Broward live in'' sunny Florida. Many
5300 block. Phone NE 55752.RESTAURANT. .. $100, Judge ) thousands of acres are being developed -
I Peoples National into building sites as law
,Must sell due to Citywide ; County as $20 down and $10 per month.
illness 6713 NW 15th ave. Phone ess Union $50. News This is a wonderful opportunityfor
OX members of the White race,
1-9705.
10 on ( ) 4* but what is (being done for us?
DyWalter Is there any place there that
FOR RENTFURNISHED Continued ; could be developed for Negroesas
Bow a vacation spot or as year-

ed to attend . . _._ __- _- .._.a. round dwellers?
one room apartment - -- - -----
and will be I am appealing, to you as a
all efficiency, private sur registration fee The Church of Prophecy, Car leading business man to make
roundings. Driveway for your mester. A Ranches started revival ser There
situation.
the
car. In Opa Locka, Bunche Park. least 12, Tuesday night, March 3. inquiries into
Indi. hours. must be hundreds of good Colored -
Phone N.A 1-6654. eligible NAACPr"i will be good singing and families who would be Inter
I Other preaching. The public' 1 Is
ested.
2560 NW 155th ST. 3 bedroom roll are: : .invited Bishop Henry
home Call Mr. Johnson OXford Alexe Freeman ; pastor. Please show this letter to your
1-9541. 3.92 local realtor or whomever you
Warren ; ,;
I Maxwell Clark ; ( Star Light Lodge No. 542 meets think would be instrumental in
PARTLY FURNISHED 3 bed ; something started I
Brooks 3.47 night, March 6, 8 o'clock getting
room house 1723 NW 5th place. Robert Mitchell; : the Masonic Temple on Pem know this will take a little time
Call OX 1-7765, or come to 1843: ; Road All members are but I would appreciate' a reasonably -
Whipple 350.
NW 67th st. to be present. Clarence early answer, and a very
I W. M, Hiram Ash sec- prosperous season to you.
OM. Couple or single. Very truly yours,
Phone NE 4-0479 after 8 p.m, Eleanore Busby
1965 NW 58th street. TOP WAGES 3< The Light Commandery 1008 8. 25th St.
I Service station 38 will meet Sunday, March Phlla. 46, Pa
FURNISHED ROOM IN! com- perience, local 4 p.m. at the Masonic Temple.
fortable home For quiet couple $65. Porters, members are asked to be
or'man.. Nice neighborhood' ,, $50. Copk, Obediah Ferguson, A. M: A THOUGHT
Close to everything. Call PLaza days week. .
74698.FURNISHED. service, $400. ( FOR THE WEEK
1 for 6 days, Eleanor's Salon of Deauty has
APT. 1202 NW 70th Reliable now phone nuhbcr: YU 3-0209
St. Phone PL 8-2909, Mrs. Wood- 432 Espanola, call this number for all
ward. Thanks Mrs. Elea
1 Bowe, prop, Mrs Mildred L I'
2 COMPLETELY FURNISHED manager,
houses One 1-bedroom house, one I Homes
2-/bedroom/ house. For Information Nurse L Newbold and her
apply at 1867 NW 58th, st. or call In ; Nurse H, Newbold, are,
NE 5-4905. 't from Nassau on Sunday to, "The kingdom of Ood
Only $ their vacation !in Miami. cometh not with observa-
are members of ,the staff of tion, neither shall they say
LEGAL NOTICE $75 per Princess Margaret Hospital i I, 'Lo here! or Lo there for

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Will get you are guests of their aunt, Mrs behold, the kingdom" of Ood
that the undersigned, desiring to home. Only a Johnson of 1531 NW tat is within you.LUke 17:20-21
engage in business under the fictitious don't wait. rt.
name of APOLO BAR at Sun. When Thinking of
4928 NW 22nd ave., !in the Cityof Ford :
Miami, Dade County, Florida, FLOWERSThink
Inte nds to register 'the said name 821 N.W. Value Value ,
with the Clerk of the Circuit PL of-
Court. of JDade County, Florida. $690 CASHOne -
Dated at Miami, Florida, this mortgage payment
1959. ......... .
17th day of February, u. Jlln.I '
John Platts, Owner Ml4 Only $85 Month PERRY'SLORIST .
I FOR and clean, 2 bedroom, dus
porch. See 2331 NW'58th '
<." FOR 'SALERichmond ,
Large r

Heights room, large $995 ,DOWN AND GIFT ,SHOP

Beautiful homes of your choiceon large kitchen, : furnished, 3 bedroom homo 23 Years of Service
popular Lincoln Boulevardand landscaped property.

cleanest on Fillmore community street in Dade's upstairs 2 balance JUST 4 MORE
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Price $13,500 Terms Water, Stove $995 Cash Down SUNDAYS.BEFORE
Your own plan if you like tor furnished .
on one or two lots lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bath
2345 N.W. furniture, large lot, EASTER
Ora D. TaylorREALTY balance 11500.
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BROKER II JDon't 1100 NW '3rd Av.
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14601
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THE MIAMI TIMES'The Peoples' Newspaper" I ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Day of RecollectionAt EBENEZER METHODIST

N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Term RedeemerHoly Rev Aaron D. Hall, pastor
Holy
PAGE 14 SATURDAY MARCH 7 1959
Phone FR 9-1424 Ernestine L. Hambrtck reportet
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MASSES Redeemer Catholic.Women's being the Holy Com-
Daily................................ 8 a.m invite to attenda Sunday I Hall
Union you munion Day Rev communed -
CORINTH BAPTIST BETHANY BAPTIST Sunday....... 7 a.m, & 8:30: a.m Day of Recollection at H o 1 y 271 people., Services were

1460 N.W. 59th St. 3078 N.W. 45th St. Redeemer Church on Sunday, very high in spirit. Our pastor
Rev W. T. Thomas, pastor Rev, Rudy Keaton, pastor .' MT. ZION A. M. E. March 15. It will be conducted delivered two very ""touching ser-

Phone NE 5-1518 Sunday School ..._....... 9:30: tjn. 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. by one of the best known Re- mons.
Services every Sunday Morning Service ............ 11 ajn Opa Locka treat Master, Father James J.

Sunday School..?....... 9':30 a.m., BTU ................................ 5:30: pan Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor Walsh. Surely, everyone who has The Easter Rally is well under
Morning Service ............ 11 a.m. Evening Service ............ 7:30: pjn heard some of his talks at any of way. Members are urged to makea
Evening Service ........ 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m Sunday School ................ 3:30: a.m. the other parishes on similar occasions financial report each Sunday,
Morning worship ............ 11 ajn. cannot forget him, and as.the rally terminates .on Mon-

TRINITY WESLEYAN MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. League ................................ 5 p.m. should be eager to hear him day night March 23.
Evening worship ................ 7 p.m. again, especially at Holy Re-
Re.vv George E. Johnson, pastor S. A. Thomas, pastorD. deemer's parish. Senior usher board No. 1 Is: ...
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter B., reporterWe NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. We urge each member to invite known for its fine teas so you'reinvited

Sunday School................... 9 e.m a non-Catholic as his guest. to attend its annual St.
' Morning worship .................... 11OC: do not marvel at such a James E. Drown pastor Please "'put forth your greatest Patrick Frappe Sip on Sunday,
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m tremendous gathering on last Bro. Vandell Dovan, reporter endeavoring to March 15 from 4 to 6 p.m. in
effort as we are
Sunday, even though the weather the social hall of the church
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY /was inclement; the members "I Am That I Am1'. This particular make this program a. remarkable Don't fail to attend this affairA

and ;friends came to all services phrase was selected for success. wonderful program and recast
Mrs. Allene Guinyard, libra during the day. There was almost the subject of the message that All persons planning to make have been planned for your en-
rian at the Holmes Elementary a packed house at Sunday was delivered in our morning this Day of Recollection may
School, will speak at the Baha'i most a packed house at Sunday services on last Sunday. The contact the following for reser- tertainment.

Center, 137 NW 11th ave., 7:45: School. message was taken from the bookof vations: We extend our heartfelt .sympathy -
p.m. Sunday, March 8. Her sub- We wonder sometime, how people John. 8:57-57: and was very Mrs. E. Doyle, chairman, PL to Mrs. Charlie Neal who
ject will be "Accents on Faith." both young and old, have awaken enthusiastically delivered by our 1-4725; Mrs. R. Jones, NE -1679or lost her husband on last Wednesday -

All races and,faiths are cordially to the fact that we must con- beloved pastor, ,then to close out Mrs. N. Butler, NE 5-4943. night. Funeral services

invited. tribute all that we can to make another day of worship the pas were held on Monday.. Also to
this Christian work a meaningful tor searched into the Books of Confirmation At Mrs. Davis Butler, member of

MARTIN MEMORIAL AME and lifelong experience. Luke and Revelation and came choir No. 1 who. lost her father.
There -is no better station to begin before the audience with another Holy RedeemerThe Funeral services will be held on

Richmond Heights this surrendering task, but great message, "A Blackout on Most Rev. Coleman F. Sunday in Palmetto.All .
Rev. Albert Jones, pastor in the Sunday School, the glow- God's Day. Sunday conning services of the new
Carroll the Bishop
ing plantbed of the church. We are expected to be as usual auxiliaries will hold their
Services on last Sunday were are thankful for our Sunday beginning with the Sunday Miami Diocese will confirm a regular meetings as scheduled.
children and 15
deeply inspiring. The response School. We are grateful for the School. class of 30 Parents: Don't fail to send ,your
from the youth of our Sunday adults Sunday, March 8 at 4 pan child to Youth Fellowship Move-
opportunities that are ours, as
School was most gratifying Choir Np. 2 and usher. boardNo. The Confinmandi and their
; ment on Wednesday evening
workers for the Master, to improve .
leaving a feeling that this relig- 2 will be in charge of the sponsors will assemble in Holy at 7:30: pjn. '
it. We have the responsibility -
ious education had been accepted. services. We extend an open invitation Redeemer Hall at 330 pjn. and jOur
for the men and women of I to the entire (public to process into the church at 3:50: sick and shutins include:
I let's surrenderour
tomorrow. say, come and worship with us Sisters (Merline Saunders, 19956
At our morning worship, expressions lives full to Jesus. His wordof p.m.The Parishioners are looking NW 5th place; Florence Holmes,

were favorable. as our, love would solve all problemswith MT. TABOR BAPTISTOrder forward to seeing Bishop Carroll 3352 NW 53rd st.; Remilda'Dames
pastor elaborated beautifullyfrom 'which the world is confronted since this is his first official visitto 1747, NW 5th ave. and

the 27th Psalms. Hearts today. of Service Holy Redeemer since his recent Melvina Davis, Mercy Hospital
were high and the Holy Spirit We enjoyed lovely services. It Sunday School....,.................. 9:30: installation.The .
was overly present. was glorious on Sunday morn- Morning worship 11:00 general public is cordially
St. Peters Lenten
ing. The pastor was at his best BTU ........................................ 6:30: invited to attend.
Holy Communion was administered In his sermon delivery. We too Evening worship .................... 7:30
throughout theday., can say as of old; did not our Rev J. N Byrd, pastor ST. JAMES A.M.L Tea SundayThe

Isaiah 35:1: was the selection hearts' burn, as he talked withus Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter
made by our pastor for his by the way. The choirs seem- NOTE: Visitors are always welcome ) Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor Women's Auxiliary of St.
evening message. ingly were at their best In the to come and worship with Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter Peter's African Orthodox Churchis
morning and evening. Many us at anytime. sponsoring a Lenten Tea on
Our regular class meeting is were ouf to the evening worshipto Everyone who attended St Sunday afternoon, March 8,
every Tuesday at 8'o'clock, Rev. partake of the Lord's Sups;er. Sunday School began Qt its James' last Sunday was inspiredand from 4 to 6. The tea will ""be held
Jones is resuesting that more of We hope you will be encouragedto usual hour uplifted by the services and at the church, 1725 NW 3rd' Ct.
us attend. Parents come to SUn- attend the other Sunday dur- The devotional service was Inspirational especially the sermon preachedby All friends and (well-wishers! are
day School with your childrenand ing the month We become religiously and heart warming. our pastor, using as his sub- i i invited to attend.
help to make ours one of srong when we do that. Music was furnished by choir No. ject, "I am The 'Door;" "I am The Emerald Wing, president
the biggest and best Sunday We must keep in mind the ral- 1. Way." The pastor was at his Canon Chas F Cooper
Schools in the county. Choir rehearsal ly of the year. This is our opportunity -i !iRev. Brown preached the' best as well as the choir that rector

8 o'clock Thursday. let's grasp it. morning message Everyone was rendered the music. .
uplifted.The The services fojr Sunday will NOTICE
Sunday will mark the end of FIRST UNITARIAN begin with the Sunday School at

the first quarter. Presiding ElderW. women will observe their 9:30: a.m: at which time you are All Church notices MUST bo
B. Coffey will be with us and Sunday, March 8, has been annual Women's Day program, invited to come and bring your typewritten double spaced
all members are asked to attend designated as "Youth Sunday" at Sunday, March 8. The guest children and join in the study of sheet of
and
this our first quarterly conference the First Unitarian Church, Dix- speaker for the morning will be God's .word The morning wor- MUST on be one Into our office paper. by Copy- e

Visitors are always welcome ie Highway at SW 29th Road. Mrs. Algernon B. Bolen of Fort ship will begin at 11 am.; the p.m. Tuesday of each week to
Won't you come and .worship The 11 a.m. service will be con- Pierce. Mrs. Bolens is the state evening worship will begin at 7 Insure In..rtlonChurch Editor.
with us? ducted by members of the Lib president of the Florida Federa- pjn, and the pastor will preachAt
eral Religious Youth group. The tion of Colored Women's Cluibs.
3 usher.board No. 1
THE INCARNATION sermon, "Youth Looks at Merger"will All of our Christian friends are of which pan Mrs. Classic Porter is atmo9; be given by Ferrell Sims, asked to come and worship withus
the president, will celebrate theii friendliness, you are invited to
1835 N.W. 58th Street Roberta Swafford, David Lee and and hear this great speaker. '
34th A worship at St. James.
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar Jay Furnari. They will discuss the I We will also have a tea hon- anniversary very has unique been
Susan Butler, reporter proposed merger of the Unitarianand oring our guest, from 4 to 6 p.m. and interesting program
for this occasion. Mrs.
Universalist denomh t1ons.. at the church. The public is invited. planned
) I I I
Winter Schedule Dr. Dana McLean Greeley of Luella Bruton has been chosenas MONROE MUSIC HOUSE
Sundays: the guest speaker. A lovely
Church School and Boston, newly-elected presidentof repast will be served for your Everything In Gospel Music
the American Unitarian As- ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. -
Everything for the Church.
Adult Bible Class .. enjoyment.
. 9:30: ajn.
Solemn Sung Mass and sociation, will visit Miami for O. W. Foster; pastor On Tuesday night, March 10 at Hymnals Furniture, all kinds

Sermon .......*............ 11:00 a.m. the first time on Thursday, A. L. Johnson, reporterA 8 p.m. a reception will be held,' Easter music.. Mal orders promptly
E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 8:00: pjn. March 12. He will be guest of honoring the Queens and Prin- filled 242 NW 8th st., Apt 5.
Solemn Evensong and honor at a 7 p.m. dinner and at thought: We pass this way cesses, together with the crown FR 3-6493, Miami 36, Fla.

Sermon ......... ............. 7:30: p.m. 8:115: pan he will speak on the but once. It is the mission of-each ing of the Queens, terminating ind
Tuesday: subject, "Unitarian Frontiers"Dr. individual in each generation to the queen of Roses and Carnation -
St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild Greeley received his B.s. create, produce or develop some effort. This promises to be

Rehearsal......?........... 5:30: p.m.Wed'nerday and S. T. B. degrees' from Har- thing worthwhile.In an enjoyable affair, and all members Now is the time!
: vard and was awarded/ an hon- unity the church school was and friends of St. James are

Low Mass .................... '::30 ajn. orary degree of Doctor of Divinity called to order by the superin invited to :attend.
Evensong and Meeting of by Meadville Theological tendent. Lesson theme, "The If you desire to worship an to, Register to Vote!
Guild of Our Lady... 8:00. p.m.i School of the University of Chicago Parable of Jesus' Rejection." The ..
Thursday: Previous to his election as devotional service was spirituallyhigh -
The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd president, he served for 2 yearsas throughout the. day.
All Angels minister of the Arlington St. At 11 a.m. Antioch No. 1 usher ALONZA FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME

r" Rehearsal ...........?....... 5:80 pjn. Church in Boston.Throughout board and the male chorus served -i Sympathetic ,And Economical Service
r Friday: his ministry, Dr. Pastor Foster preached a very Alonza Francis, Director and Embalmer
't St. Cecelia's Choir Greeley has taken an active role inspiring sermon. Subject, "The

Rehearsal.... ............. 8:00 pjm. in community affairs, and is a Christian Passport," taken from Dr. J. M. Smith and Mrs Evelyn Bo era ET&DS
Stations of the Cross past !president of the 'Massachusetts Nehmiah. 2:7.: Business ,Associates

4 NOTE: Sundays Solemn Mass Council of Churches, Boston Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Jehns, Roaineas Manager.
High Mass and Benediction ol Area Council of Churches, At 3 pjm. we celebrated our
the Blessed Sacrament on All Harvard 'Divinity School Alumni first Youth Day. A very inter. SpacUma Modern Chapel and Slumber Room

Feast Days.Weekends.. Association, and was general esting program was presented by' 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida
chairman of the the youth of both churches. The
: Low mass on all planning com- :
holy and Saints' Days. mittee for the 1958 Congress of theme was "Dare We Live in The FR 9.5381 Phone PL 42857NOT

Solemn Sung Mass 6 a.m. on the International Association for Household of God." I AFFILIATED WITH FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME
all Feast Days. Liberal Christianity and Religious To both superintendents, (Miss
Friday. Freedom He Is the authorof Albertha Jones and Deacon Ross i

Stations of the Cross, 8 pm. a book entitled "Toward. you ore: to be congratulated for
Larger Living' a job well done, and special
---i I ,thanks to Mrs. Ola Wilmont for
bringing the youth day program "A Living Strvlo Per Th. Living"
Tuesday, March 10, 8 pjm. the
monthly meeting of Saints Ann- to us. We are hoping to make It

Margaret Chapter of the ,Episco- FOR SALE an annual event for our young Range Funeral HomeOSCAR

pal Church Women of the Incarnation people.At .

/some of Mrs. Winifred M. New 3-Bedroom 5:30: pan BTU hour group .
Johnson, 1921 NW 59th st. discussion was "Clean Living." AND ATHALIB RANGE, Owner. ;'

O"'r, last Sunday at the Solemn 2-Bath Home The source of strength.At .
Shiloh's No. 1 usher PHONES OX 10131OX 1-4343 ;
Sung 'Mass at 11 a.m. Father Hardwood Floors Garage 7 p.m. }
board and choir No. 2 served.
Theodore R. Gibson, rector of Large Lot 70x90 r
Pastor Griffin preached a won
y Christ Episcopal Church was the Oscar Ran Licensed .
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derful subject "Law | Embalmer! Funeral Director
sermon, ,
guest preacher for'the commemoration 6635 N.W. 24th Ave.
Tenth Grace and Truth. Taken from St.
anniversary of Father to the Clarke's priesthood Open Sunday 3 to 5 p.m. John 1:17. We are happy to have 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida

which t. /Matthias Day our new members join and wor-
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Divine Mission I MT. ZION BAPTIST the speaker for the evening and< THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper"
I his subject was "Do You Want
_. Luveala Knox
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Public Relations Officer Rest?" Matt. 11:28-30.: The ser- PAGE 15 SATURDAY, MARCH 7, ,1959
mon was most inspiring and .
As enjoyed
we go forth from
day to
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by all The altar call -
day and feel the was
warmth of the
sunshine; see the beauty of the made:. and many accepted prayer. MAYS ELEMENTARYOn Ballroom of the. Americana Hotel -
flowers and trees Again there were many visit-
that grow; and Miami Beach
enjoy the many privileges, that ing friends to enjoy the Lord Feb. 22 at 4 p.m, In the Students attending this affair

:., are made possible for us, there with us. You are always wel- auditorium, a Parent-Teacher from Carver were Linnie Hobbs,
., Is no doubt In our minds but that come. Association was organized for the corresponding secretary, and La-
.},'':, God is real. Those of us who are Nctv Mays Elementary School of I'I verne Scott, vice president of the
members and friends of the Mt ST. MARY'S W. M. Goulds. Mrs. Maude L. Chandler, Interjroup Youth Council.
Zon! Baptist Church principal of the school, (resided
: gave testi- Sunday School began at the Election of officers was conducted The main address, "Brother-
of that
mony evidence on Sunday, usual hour with the Business"was
March superintendent by Mrs. Jeanester Sweeting, hood is Everybody's
'I 1, as we prepared ourselves Miss Marva: Trotman in president of the Dade County delivered by the Rev. W.
: for God's
.f Holy Communion charge. Classes took their place: Council of Parent-Teacher Association. Patrick Donnelly.
wi'h the teachers. The following persons
'i We, the stq yards and stewardesses The pastor was in chare of have the distinction of 'being the The 4-H Club is beginning its
of life that God has given the 11 observance of National 4-H
a.m. service. ire lectured first to hold office'in the new organization -
:' (for He Is the rightful owner) are for a few minutes and the testimonial : Mrs. Eva Blake, Week Feb. 28 thru March 7 by
,, i i.7" ; attempting to glorify Him in Ex- service followed. It ia' president; Mrs. Johnnie Mae worshipping in a body Sunday
\. ';' celslcr so that we may have life< a hallelujah time in' St. Mary's Ashley, vice president; Mrs. March 1 at Christ Episcopaf!
,
," x aboundantly. We invite you to Everyone was :.1. iritually filled. Elizabeth Maddox 2nd vice pres- Church.
i join us. Both choirs furnished music with ident..,. Mrs. Eleanor Cole, secretary -
l :.;; ; Dally spot announcements :giving -
}.:.t .' . iI: If there are parents of small Mrs. Higgs at the organ, and ; Mrs. Evelyn Davis, assistant highlights of 4-H activities as
1'. . ..... .' ..,, ..'> ...tA. children who are desirious of both ushers served. secretary and Mrs. Alphair ,
at- observance of 4-D
w "" ''' """'!o''''I''! well as the
tending The 7 pin. devotion was led Hawk, treasurer.
churches on Sunday when all members will wear club
Eider Clarence P, White, past please be informed that there is by the pastor. He preached from The installation ceremony .colors are among the many plan-
t 'r of Faith Temple (the Com a nursery In the basement of our St. Luke" 24:29, theme, "Invited conducted by Mrs. Elizabeth ned activities during this Observance
munity Church of Jesus) 32A1 church whereby babies may be Guests. Holy Communion was Johnson, principal of Phyllis of Brotherhood Week
NW 2iath: St.-New Liberty City, left and properly cared for :while administered and everyone was Wheatley Elementary School, was
and formerly A co-worker at St. you attend church services. blessed. I very Impressive.The is
meeting
first monthly
Paul AME Church was carried Encourage your children to Join The public is cordially invitedto scheduled 'for 7:30: pan March ASTHMATICSWant
to Texas on a Divine Mission the youth movement at the Mt. attend the 35th will
anniversary of 11, and subsequent meetings simple effective relief
Let us pray that hemay do awe Zion Baptist Church. Attend the lour Missionary Society at 3:30: be held on the second Tuesdayof from choking, racking bron
nderous work_ for the Lord. Sunday School and the Baptist pjm. Sunday. Also there will be each month. ehlftl asthma spasm! ? (let genti-
Training Union. There is a special dinner served at the Church Maude L. Chandler, Prin. Ine lirenthmuy see what yon
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev presentation planned for Sun- Hall, 1607 N W5th court from Florrie Woodard, rqorter have tfoen nitMlng. There' no
day afternoon March 8 in the 12:30 3
: to p.m. Donation $1.00.
Dreath
James E. Culmer, pastor substitute for original
BTU. The time Is 6 o'clock.
Edwards clerk The men of the church will G. W. CARVER HIGH Inhalant and nebulizing set
Eddie easy
The moral strength of a nationIs
Sunday: School............... 9:30 am no more than the moral sponsor a straw ride on April Carverites: Myrdis Wilson, former Get comfort by breathingGuar
Morning worship .... ........ 11K( strength of a family. Attend ket.9. See any of them for your tic- student Marie Wilson, La- .anteed.J .
Brother Albert
chair-
Carey
We i minster Fellowship .... 6 pm Blonde William &; J DRUG DICI'T..STOItICBeautiful
church Rigby, -
Scott
on Sunday and have a man,. Bro. Albert Bain, co-chair- verne
stronger and better nation man. Phillips and Linnie Hobbs r
ST. JAMES BAPTISTPTU attended the B'nai Brith Youth

..."........................... 5:30:: pan TRIUMPH CHURCH TEMPLE BAPTISTThe annual Hlllel Brotherhood House at University program of at HomeOn
Fining: Worsulp ............ 7:30 p.m the Lot
Prince H. Miami.Tn Large
Visitors: always welcome Mobley, pastor Rose of Sharon Saving

-unnav School........... 9:30: ajn Sis. C. McKmney, reporter and Social Club will give a pro addition to a film reviewing Your lot can be a paymenton
Morning{ Worship ,... ... li:00 a.m "The Parable of Jesus' Rejec- gram Sunday, at 3:30: pjn. at man's prejudices from the beginning -
'
323 N.W. 14th< St. tion", was the subject of the leSson Temple. An interesting serviceis of time, a panel on presentrace this 4-bedroom new
Rev. J L. Johnson pastor on Sunday !past, The scrip- premised and the public is In- problems served as climax-
Sunday ServicesMATTHEW ture was Matt. 2146.:: The vited. ing features of the annual ,pro- 1581 '''N.W. 56th St.

memory verse and devotional. Everyone was Happy to see Dea ram. 3-5
AMEZ esding was found in Isaiah 53: F. E. Dawkin, our faithful clerk, Linnie HObbs, vice presidentof Open p.m.
3 J and Isaiah 53:1-6.: The lesson I I out last Sunday. He had 1 been; the Carver High Student Baron JE 8.1340
1R28 N.W. 5th Ave. was discussed by the classes. confined to his home for nine Council was a panelist and also -
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Rev Daniel Pridgen, pastor There was a song and prayer weeks because of a fractured toe entertained with an Instrumental

:inday School......-....... 9:45: am after the school. I he sustained in an accident. and vocal selection.
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. The subject of the YPE Band I Sunday, March 22, will be The seventh annual Brother- Don't Fret Fight!
Ive;;lnst Norship ............ 7:30: p.m. va* "Be Not Carnal Minded," Rally Day at Temple. Loyal hood Banquet presented by the
scripture Roman 818.: The, les- members arc all ready to make. National Conference of Christiansand
NEW MT. CALVARY son was wonderfully discussed this one of the biggest events In Jews was held in the Grand ,Join The NAACP

very nice program was renderedby the church's history this year. . _ _ _u___ _ --..I .
RPV W P. Tarpley, pastorF'dnn Bro. R.Mouley. Coming! An organ recital willie I .... I - -
: E Thompson reporter In the absence of our pastor presented by one of Miami's
our assistant pastor, Rev. O. young organists presented by PLaza 9-6689 ... Hours: 10.1
Sunday School was opened at Griffin, was in charge of the ser i members of Temple Watch for 5.8
the usual! hour by our faithful vices. The devotional service was the date. THE YAEGER CLINIC
-"-merfntendent Nathan Miller. I
led by Bro. Williams and Sister
The attendance was large and G. Edwards opened up the expressions General Practlcq Obttttrtct

,thlesson* was very Interesting. and many others fol- Don't Fret Fight! Naturopathlo MEDICINE Chiropractic
TV mornin devotional sere owed. The service was very high
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j , (<, j,,;THE: MAMI TIMES-' Peoples' Newspaper", Exhibition( Baseball Games Staet Sun
? PAGE,16 SATURDAY MARCH 7, ;/1959 !
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The familiar cry of "play ball" and Charlie} Beamon head the list, 'r "
-, will ring out again in Miami Stat t vhlle( Charlie White' last year Heart ,
i B Br dium this Sunday afternoon at ,I with Vancouver in the Pacific $74,000 In it f,;, ;.
; j IrT: _. 2 o'clock when the Baltimore I, Coast, League, is scheduled to I .' .
r Orioles l4en the 1959 exhibition give the '""big Greek" Gus Tri- Fund \" ; .I!,
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l season of the major leagues by andos a battle for the number ;: ,
\ -ir: meeting: the Kansas City A's in one catching berth this year. Heart Sunday collections a"re
the first game, of the year in Mi- about' 3 percent ahead of last
q _______ ami. two The outstanding Kansas City Negro Athletics stars have on year's door-to-door drive, according -

1 '\;' [ who Baltimore should draM has/ + numerous quite a number stars ,I their team, tWo regulars of the front who playan line chairman to of Mrs.the Alvin annual Savage four-,.
integral part
,! r 4 of fans of this area to Miami I of the Kansas hour collection. With about
j City entry. Harry
Stadium. Here is a partial run "Suitcase" Simpson, long known $74,000 counted and. accountedfor

\I:' Y down roster Headed of of'by the the,Bobby Negro Baltimore stars Boyd,on" team first the: I I ular baseball as one Panamanian of, 'and f the Hector longest who Lopez sluggers was, more pop'in ahead$72,000. on ,was Saturday of in 1958 as, of"this when that Is date.,slightly about" :-

t: ) string first baseman who batteda I than for the A's in Extra monies are being received -

I, oles solid also.309 will last field season Lenny, the Green Ori- '58. outstanding. "thru'dally' ,mail Mrs, Savage envelopes continued, which,


1 I' \ :, and the jump'reported,Willie speedy this Tasby season Fred ready outfielders Valentine from to make Class, whois plus the Blast ,Support Your :,' and were volunteers were- apartments left out Jit during called thousands'where on the Feb.hours of residents 22.homes our Wed :'


: I.I I.i I. year.On l season to the majors this YMCA MembershipDrive these will\ hope send or that their their,many own contributions of envelopes these f9lk via directly -

I ,, the pitching staff, established to the Heart office, 2 SE
J stars such as Connie Johnson 13th St., Miami

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_ .. The.. Woman's Auxiliary MRS.* to :I.the Q.: cluded PRATT-Mrs.-Lula {Moran--n, president n-- !n lt'N 1 ; u t\ ) % .


Aitlantlc Coast Baptist Associa- of City-wide Union, Mis- E 3 nid
tion, closed its 29th annual session sionary Rand from Nassau, State
on Sunday, Feb. 22 in West president, Mrs. Susie C. Holly,
Palm Beach. Ebenezer Baptist all of whom brought greetings.The X11;. F , L1P.
Church, Rev. J, A. King. pastorwas Child's Welfare, led by 11, ; 11 4
the 'host church, Mrs. I. G. Mrs. Josephine Brady, along with p' X111
Pratt, president of the Women's the Queen's Contest proved very
Dept., presented one of the best good. President Barr: remains the N + it
and complete programs in the queen. Proved tops was our 4 '
history of the Association: Princess Mrs. Marian Jonson, mw 1 '
who has held this spot for four t : r.11.
Mission' and Education was the consecutive years. The next state S 5 n"
setup of the meet, and all pro- meeting will be held in Tallahassee tau ;
grams were accurately carriedout. in April K
The theme was "Lord, I Be- 1 I
lieve. The instruction of the
workers was beautifully executedby :"A1 Capone" Opens
__ Mrs. Priscilla Wilkinson,
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president of Mt. Olivette. This At Ritz Wednesday
was followed by devotion, led by ,The much heralded picture; WHY PAY RENT
Missionary Mrs. Virginia Grant. "A1! Capone," opens at the Ritz

.Mrs. Jestina Barr, president of Theatre, Wednesday, March 11 = t;
for indefinite This will
Central Mission, Carver !Ranches, an run. ONLY 6 LEFT NORTH MAMI BEACHAT Ui
presented the president amidst a be the first time that this pic- C f d .n
.. grand ovation. She was given a ture will be shown in a theatrefor +p499 DOWN
Negroes, since Production.( J
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I Ebenezer (Mission.corsage The delegates Starring Rod Steiger with Fay At N.E. <14th Ave. and ''151st 'Terr Our Best 'Buy Today -u!

I I were welcomed by Ebenezer's Spain in the co-starring role, the Why pay rent? Buy 'your own 3 or 4 bedroom, brand new CBS home. t
president, Mrs. Anna Butler. A picture portrays the 'highlights of -Hi
large floral came from Steven's the late Al Capone, notorious Landscaped, city water, quiet living in North Miami Beach. Close to the
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wielded the big( stick" over that dining room, all modern kitchen and bathroom. Nice neighbors Still FK

to President her"What workers A'Pratt Baptist and gave Believe"in deliberatedon the: charge- area's l&20's and gangsters 193 O's. during the time to pick your own colors..No closing costs. One mortgage. Ev,A.!

keeping with the theme and The St. Valentine's Day Massacre ,
covenant. The morning speakerwas (Feb. ,14, 1929)) in which six MODEL HOUSE NOW OPEN FOR' 3bedroomNice/ (Area
presented by Mrs. Essie Car- members of the Moran Gang, a INSPECTION $795 DOWN R
'"t gill, president of Mt. Zion, West rival to Capone's gang, were lin- ,
Palm Beach. Mother Stevens ed up against a wall and shot to See these gorgeous 3-bedrom custom See 1427 NW 58th Terr. One mol'p '
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responded to by Mrs. Viola one of the many shocking scenes
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Among the guest speakers"were See '1791 1NW 155th St. Five left. ed. )Good for large family. Clean, 2
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