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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: March 14, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00641
Source Institution: University of Florida
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RAP1SIp1ti 'PREA i CHER'" 1 CAUGHT- : ': ,. I

I Charles A. Symonette, 26, self- of the victims are pregnant as a
; 1'styled '"reacher, was'bound over result of tine attacks.) t. **
I Cuba' Mar. on Wednesday to Circuit Courtto Police said Symonette used ,"a

to ThrowAgain, 28,, rape.stand trial 0l for ,three counts of tims'in.38 pistol the persuade attacks his ",Vic*

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The b'ggest! news to come out of $100,000, and 1,000 other (Not so in Miami. "Bonds" gill The strapping six-foot two Symonette was a familiar fig-
of Cuba since the fall of Batista prizes' of -$100 each. The new 1 I probably remain .the same, lot Symonette was caught two weeks ure in the Brownsville and Liberty -
wss the announcement this Week bonds cost $25, but fractions can' up, and a good "bonds seller" can ago by detective William, Kimbro City areas lie wore a black
that Cuba's famed national lot- be bought for 25 cents and up- earn' $100 a week eas'lly15; : per and Metro' detective J-a m e a clerical robe .as he went about
tery will be resumed March 28. ward. cent.) Humbert after terrorizing women the streets on Friday and Sat-
Prime Minister Fidel Castro, in the Brownsville and Liberty. urday nights< soliciting money
who ,abolished the old lottery, Each of the bonds bears a The revolutionary government City areas. "for the church. lIe. has preached -
said the old system served only number If your number pops up plans to use the proceeds from its ''P in several storefront churchesin .
for the "exploitation of vice and in the drawing, you win. a prize.; new lottery plan to finance 'a Symonette reportedly signed a the Northwest area. '
huge low-cost, public housing confession to three counts of assault -
enrichment of political cliques." The new twist for the Cubans is ,
that if it doesn't, you earn inter- I plan in Havana and in the interior on different wpxnen during Preliminary hearing for Sy-
Under the new plan called est on your investment. I cities and towns February. One victim was a monette was held on Wednesdayat
"Savings and Housing Institute," young mother of seven, and an- 'whIch time he was bound over
40,000 tickets called 'bonds" will The bond salesmen are sup- (Other than paying "ice,money" .. other .'Was a teenage .girl from for trial. Atty. Henry Arriniton
be Issued each week.. posed to earn three cents on each "proceeds" from the ,"bonds" in Florida City 'who was attendinga was appointed by the court to>
According to announced plans bond sold' Salesmen stand to Miami have not yet been clearly church convention in Liberty defend him. Arlington entered a
there will be a weekly first prize earn $100 a month. I earmarked.) I City.l Unofficial sources said two plea ofnot guilty. .

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Virginia Rejects Reviewof

I Mixing. Order : Cong. DiggstoKickoff : .A',

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% I I RICHMOND, Va. ,- Virginia'shighest
I| court tersely rejected a ,

Segregation Keeps Income request that it review its decision: The Florida Voters League, -
whic cleared the way for admission *nc., a non-partisan, state :wide
I of Negroes to 11 prev- political organization, is launchin ,
iously-white schools. ? an Intensive voters registration r rlvki"'
Whites drive,on March 19, 21 and I ,
of ?
: Down], Too The State, Supreme Court of 22. ''ThIS drive Is to 'continue f
and until
Appeals dismissed without com- throughout the Year a rn
TALLAHASSEE A '- ," Dr. Jackson ment the request by Attorney goal of 300,000 qualified colored
State University economist lower average in- General Albertis S. Harrison thatit voters is reached.Congressman .
Wednesday that ,the -population= 'as a grant a rehearing of its Jan. Charles Diggs of
denying higher incomes and 19 decision! which struck down Michigan has kindly consentedto at'
the state's "massive resistance"laws. '
dustrial development tot assist the Voters League in a
south. series of kick-off( programs it

Dr. Frank H. Jackson, GETS RAISE; The court, by a 5-2 vote, invalidated Jacksonville, Tampa and Miami
Ing to an American Studies the laws. Any one of The Florida Voters League it
ture audIence' on the 37 the five justices in the majority presenting the Congressman at
the South a century after 'eeo'W'P" .. opinion could have granted the Jacksonville on Thursday evening -
Civil War, said whether or rehearing March 19; at Tampa on Sat-
maintain segregation was a urday, March 21 and at Miamion
economic problem outside ranging up to 33 Sunday afternoon, March 22.
hour were granted to All local ,units of the Florida
subject matter But he said It World Airways was this phase of the bargaining i
Voters and friends who
important "to know there in the face of a threat which attracted nationwide at- League .. _._...
live in counties and communities
cost and just what it is. tention. If PAA had granted the -
Maintaining a separate this week. shorter work week it would have adjacent to the above cities, qualify our people to vote This
and Negro labor force in failed, however to broken precedent in the airline. are urged to avail themselves of It a MUST, The well-being, the
the opportunity to hear Congressman future progress and security of
South under a system of % hour work -week. It field
Diggs who is one of the Negro in Florida depends
our most brilliant congressmen upon the successful c e
I TBiPatients" 1 1r We are urging your presenco in effort to keep eq egi4J
Friendship Garden Club Pots Plants For ( Lantana order that you might participatein tion books.- at all the 1

... this initial registration drive mum of 900,000 for vote. fj
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. :' ',,1'' Florida Voters League is requesting Remember tit / dat s: Jasonc..
I ". :; I'1I' the cooperation of all Wile, the evenltfgTO March-
.,J/f'. civic, religious, fraternal, social Tampa, the evcrjlngfof Mard:21- '
-I' groups and individuals in this and Miami, S&ndw afternoon,
"' ". . all-out effort to register and I March 22,

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Law Sought for ,


,. .: I _ _ _ Assaults :
.IIr; Reports of

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'Passage of a law'
UNDERTAKERLOSES ports on gunshot wounds, 0taft>-
binge and other Injuries resultIng -
BODY ,IN from Illegal acts was urged'

COURT FIGHT i iTIFTON this week by medical and legal
authorities in Dade County
Ca A Supreme Dr. Joseph Davis, Metro medical -
Court judge has ordered a Tifton examiner, and State Attor-
A 1d undertaker to return to her parents ney Richard K. Cersteln agreed
the body of one of nine that the Jack Of such reports has
pupils drowned last week in a allowed crimes
; school bus ,accident. go
Judge J, Bowie Gray ruled
_____ Me r F. that Kensey and Addle Lee Wilcox ,. Former Slve, 113; :
... were entitled
to decidewho "
r - -- Dies; Leaves 220"
.is to bury their daughter, Ear- .
Thursday afternoon abont one- Seated from left to right: Mrs. I. C. Micklns, chairman and Mrs. line, 13. Descendants ..k',".
third of the members of the Miriam Stirrup, chairman gardening Lenora Johnson, co-chairman The parents contended that ,...JW.A.SHINGTON
Friendship Garden and Civic Mrs. A. M. Coleman, program commltte; Miss E. C. the Melton and Sun Funeral CANP f'...
Club met on the'lawn of Mrs. A. president of club Standing: Mrs Thomas, publicity, Mrs. Mary C. Home refused to release tho' Mrs. Rosa Ella Brawner,=
M. Coleman to pot plants lor the Cornelia Glenn, recording secretary -I Wright, corresponding secretary; child's body after they refused to year-old former slave died l'iher
TB patients at Lantana. More ; Mrs. Carrie L. Arnold, financial Mrs. Alberta Carey, treasurer; agree to pay $1,230 for a funeral. home in Brandywine, Maryland
than 100 have been potted, each secretary; Mrs: A. M.Trine .' Mrs. Margarery Wake, chaplain, The undertaker said the parents, leaving 229 relatives. *>*: :, .
for the patients: by the club signed a burial Mrs. Brawner
year i
agreement, but was a native,of
vice Mrs. Lil- and Katherine
president Mrs
and for local officers and ; the
many judge ruled It was too vague Brandywlne and the wife of the
for the colored police precinct; lian Balllou 2nd vice Pres.; Mrs. Johnson of Miami photo. to establish a price. I (continued on page 8)


Brenda to the student body, '
Barbara Locker, .
Take Williams, Ferecita Pinder. I I night with the president .presid
PAGE 2 SATURDAY MARCH 14 1959 North, Dade
North Dadei.Mlss: Wallis Hamn, ing.* Rev. Cooper gave the devotional
Publication Honors Albert Jenkins, Clarence Row' e, exercises. Mrs. Amos, our
Yvonne Spotford, Johnnie program chairman, showed an
STATEWIDE DRIVE TO BEGIN IN APRIL FOR.. . Tallahassee Two Miami Speight, Betty Copeland, Juanita educational film, Adolescent De.
publications won top honors during Johnson. velopment, Emotional Maturity
I the ninth annual Florida BTW: Caryl Adderley, Carol The tea committee told of the financial
15 ThousandMembers'GoaI NAACP A SjM University ffnterscholastic Cooper, Helen Brooks, Marie Afford success of the annual tea
Press Workshop held here last Dorothy Jenkins, Freddie The PTA is presenting Tha
week. Atwell, Goldye Simmons, Eu- Caravan singers of Chicago in the
The yearbooks and newspaperswere nice Neal, Eugene Gray, James auditorium March 12, 8 pan Advance -
Judged by a committee of Davis, Ernest Ellis, Jesse Blade, admission is $1.25.
noted editors and plaques were Haywood Turner, Mrs. E. W. The DCTers of Dade County
awarded the winners during the Mincy, Mrs. W. H. Jameson, B. T. will hold their annual Employer-
annuual banquet held in the uni- Washington.G. Employee Banquet in Carver's
TAMPA "The annual 1959 versity commons. Cafettorium\ Wednesday
membership drive for 15,000 The Northwest rner of Northwestern evening
members in the NAACP for I Speaker for DCT High School of Miami W. CARVER HIGHThe The Hornets' basketball team
Florida is scheduled to start in -"<. won :two honors in the yearbook won consolatipn in .the_ district
A,;'ril," leaders for the drive Hiv's'on!' by taking to place for faculty and student body meet. On to the Ctate, Carver. !
stated this week. Cochairmenof the "best all around yea -bo k" were highly honored during the Anthony Garainer, principal

the campaign are Bishop any for having "the best lay- assembly period Thursday. The _' ... ... I. .. _
Sherman L. Greene, presiding out" For these honors the publication Coconut Grove Exchange Club //4Z uhe :;- :t' M'.i t.'.J
Bishop of the AME Church for is slated to receive gave Freedom Shrine, documentsof
Florida and the Rev. C, K plaques from Johnson Publishing American History, in the formof HICKS'
Steele of Tallahassee c' Co. of Chfcaio and McMurray beautiful plaques. The gift was
Answering the roll to serve as a printers of Miami. presented by Judge Tillman Photo StudioUltra
special chairmen: during the The Flight of Carver High, Del- Pearscn, who gave a very stirring
drive are many outstanding civic, ray Beach, won the Josten Co address on How to Appreciate Fine Portraits
religious and fraternal leaders award for having the "best fea- more fully the meaning ol
tures" and The Stantonian of New James E. Hicks, Prop.
throuihout the state. Among 4X American Liberty Dell Brece,
them are the Rev. A. A Fields, Stanton High, Jacksonville, (won president of the Club accompanied -
Sanford; Charles L. Williams, .a the Jacksonville Star award for Judge Pearson. Studio: ,
Miami; Rev. D, P. Mack, Sara- zF the "best use of pictures". Rev. Charles Satchel Morris of .2440 NW 60th St.
sota; Atty. William A. Fordham, The Monocle, a student news-
Los Cal also
published at North Dade Phone NE 3-3166
Tampa Rev. L. H. Holland, Sara- audience with his timely eloquence -
sota; Dr Eartha M. M. White, ) Junior-Senior High at Opalooka, He mixed
Jacksonville, J. P. Moses, St.PeteS'burgh ''a won two awards at the Ninth anecdotes with excellent approriate advice _- ; ':. r

; C. R. Harris, Pen- Workshop.Annual Inter-scholastic The Monocle Press first _. ______. ....,_ _._'___.___.___ '_.__'_.'_d_". _-_.- .-_._. .---. ,- -",.-,.,- .,,. .
sacola and A. T. Tolbert also of won ; {''-, -... <',' "", '" . Pensacola. b place for best column writing"land
I for the "best all-round
Branches ready to oegin their being" NOW OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
drives are Orlando, Daytona newspaper.
Beach Jacksonville Pensacolaand Other winners: best net'' s story, FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP
The Washin;ttonan, Booker T.
Panama City. Drives pres- Washington, Miami; best sports 421 N.W. 20th StreetThe
ently being planned are in Tampa -
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story, Carver Clarion
Miami, \Lake Wales, Lake- George Finest Foods at Low Prices
land A large number of Washington Carver, Miami; and'
St. Petersburg, West Palm com-
who best editorial, The Centiepde, WE DO CATERING' BUSINESS
Beach, Ft. Lauderdale and Tallahassee employers
employ trainees from the several Campbell Street High, Daytona Satisfaction Guaranteed
high schools' Diversified Cooperative Beach. !I WE SPECIALIZE IN TAKE OUT BOX SERVICE

Anhual Science Fair Training prdgrams were shop!Miamians attending. the work- Open Mon. Thru Thur. 5:30 a.m. to 12 mldnlte
guests of these trainees at an Northwestern: Mrs. D. R. Prl., Sat., Sun., 5:3O: a.m. to 2 a.m.

At BTWBy Employer-Employee Banquet last Young, Mrs. G. Donaldson, Jas. Arthur King, Owner
Wednesday, March 11 at 8 .
Carol L. Cooper the Carver High cafeteria, A Tucker, Ernest; Mills, J. Williams, .' .
hlgihlight of the occasion was Freddie Parrymore, Barbara' l( _. .
The science department of
the speech that was deliveredby I
Booker Washington High held ,
Theodore A. Koschler director
annual -
its Science Fair on March
of vocational and technical
6 under the direction of Eugene ,
Duncomlbe and Alfred J. Shootes. education in Dade County \
Students from grades 7 thru 12 schools, and formerly principalof
displayed ,their various projects. Miami Technical High. The
cooks her
, family-meals.: .
The fair was held in the science banquet was sponsored by the 4
department. high schools'in the county: Mays,
Many hard hours of work went Northwestern, Washington and while she's
Into the preparation of the ex- Carver as host. The coordinatorsare .
hm>its. Numerous time consuming (as the schools are listed): C. away from home .
projects were undertaken by the S. Culver, D. Simmons and D. R.
students. Francis, E. Bunyan Jr and G, R. ,
The BTW family had the priv- Williams
ilege of viewing the fair throu-
out the day. They were guided Negro Named
through >the fair by a selected
group of students who informedthe Aide to Senator
student body of the various
projects and directed the flow of WASHINGTON Sen. Stems
traffic in and out of the fair. phen M. Young (D., Ohio), announced -
that he had appointed
At 2 p.m. Friday afternoon, the Hjarviey 'Johnson} C1ev land '
science fair Judges awarded the '
attorney, as a legislative con-
prizes to the winners of science sultant. .

fair.The Johnson said Young appointed -
winners were: Ernest Leon the first Negro to West
Ellis, first ''Prize.Ralphford Point and was among the first
Dismucke, second congressmen to employ a Negro
prize. girl on his staff
Wilma Williams, /third prize. .
Honorable mention: Daniel x
Tolllver. First prize Junior division College" A short movie was also I
: Fred Hudson shown which explained collegelife.
Winning entries of the school After the movie numerous
science fair will be placed in the questions which had puzzled
Regional Science Fair to be held many girls were answered Dur-
on March 19. ing this time the male members

COLLEGE AGENTS VISIT of' the senior class were also be-
ing enlightened on college life at
Members! of the senior class Morehouse by B. R. Brazeal, Nothing measures up to Electric Cooking, according to Mrs. Erwin
who are Interested In Spelmanand dean of men at Morehouse College Dearman, 491 N.E.171at St.
Beach. She
Morehouse colleges were Pamphlets' .were/ given to says: "I like
honored with a visit from repre- each of the senior boys. an electric kitchen because of ita safety, tU cleanliness and ita con-

sentatives of th.e two schools on venience. My food cooks at an even temperature from start to finish.

'Thursday morning, March 5. Mrs. I put food in my electric oven in the morning when I leave home.

retary Ernestine'of Spelman E.= Brazeal College, alumni spoke sec- Don't Fret, Fight! My electric oven starts its work and when I come home my my house

to the young women on "Th smells of delicious odors and my meal is cooked.1'
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I Orioles.; A's Meet AQain Sun.. I SATURDAY THE MIAMI, MARCH TIMES 14-,.'"Th'1959 Peoples' Newspaper". PAGE 3.'

The Kjnsas City Athletics the World Series. iG-pm. or you can make reserva-
turn to Miami.S.tIqJum this The Miami Stadium ticket,, ,of- I' tions by calling NE 55395. Missiles Exhibit. to Show
day to again play ,the I is open dally from 9 a.m. to .
Orioles in .a game set t tor 2 ). 't .
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The A's. one of the up
com T..' teams' of the Ame in Miami Beach

L3J3, are featuring a Marlins to
Open' '" -
of v.terns and youngsters
their lineup these days. Cameron Station, Alexandria, \ ..
IJarry Craft is exceedingly Va. Visitors to the Miami '
in regards to the performances Beach Sports Exposition Miami Spring. 'Sip .
pitchers Geonje Brunet, Training Camp Sun. Beach, Fla. March 14-22 will geta
Gibbs 'Club of St.
The C.
Reed hand to learn
Dave Hilt and Ken first opportunity
son At the other spots, Craft about the U. S. Army's role in Paul AME Church cordially invites -
happy to ta'lk about the' Pepper Martin unveils his 1959 season on Tuesday night April air defense when they inspectthe .the (Ipublic to attend Its 6th
ities cf several other of the Miami Marlins next I 14 against last year's pennant Army's latest surface-to-air annual Spring Sip, Sunday, March
who stand a good chance'to at Flamingo Park in Mi- winner! the Montreal Royals missiles at the Exposition 22, 4 to 6 pjn. at Dixie Park
the varsity this season. Beach when the Marlins of- The official, exhibit corning to auditorium, 340 N.W. 13th St.
open their spring train- Fans can make reservations by Miami Beach, from Washington, The millinery classes from North-
The Baltimore Orioles camp. phone and pick their tickets up actual U. I: western and BTW schools will
D. C., features two
looked very good in their at a later date. The ticket office 5'1 I show the latest in spring lots.
"The Wild Hoss of the Osag= Army air defence missiles -
bition number of NE 5-5395 and is M21
games thus far and, fall'n open nation's
his first lieutenant Bill Cates famed NIKE-AJAX the
paperm.n covering the daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p will serve in a dual capacity first supersonic anti-aircraft
spun raining, feel that coach and trainer, are anxious . _. giuded missile, and Its companion Clinic Dedication .
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ger Paul Richards might at get down to the serious ,busi- pieces for low-altitude sneak
have a good, first division t3S of conditioning and putting I PUN PHUN attackers the highly lethal and A Gala 'Affair
One rather Weak spot In the top notch team together."On deadly accurate HAWK In addition -
u; has been at third base, lljr PHIL OSSOI<'EIt to he actual missiles the A large crowd braved the ,rain
they have good glovemen paper," says Pepper, "we latest N'KE; call NIKE. HERCULES Sunday to view the dedication of
able, but weak hitters. the makings of a fine ------.--"'---- is shown on its launching Miami's newest institution, The
has been looking over I think our infield looks In scale model Yaoger Clinic.
Thoughts about gambling rare- platform
Smith, the Miami Marlins one of the strongest I ever
form !The NIKE-HIERCULES The ,Rev. Edward T. Graham,
ly race throujh my one-track
lar third sacker and the We also have a faN young-
tional League's Most who might unseat a veter- I mind, since that track is the one carries a nuclear warhead which in a masterly address, praised tho
enables it to destroy complete vision and faith of the foundersof
the human
on \uMch race is run.I
player at'that position for the or two, but I will say that I ,
two at the play- am not a gambler myself, andif I bomber formations as opposed tc the clinic and said that he was
years. extremely happy
General Joe anyone doubts this, I am willing single aircraft predecessor NIKEAJAX ptoud of the part he had played
Following next Sunday's for Manager us. Ryan to bet, and offer odds! in bringing these two distinguished -
betUeen the Orioles and gotten physicians to Miami.
the New York Yankees and Jack McGowan, ticket manage. When I was born, and drew my The U. S. Army's Missile Master Dr. S. M. Frazier, M.D., in his
Milwaukee Braves will move Miami Stadium, announces, i i card from the deck of life, I system the electronic excellent welcoming address, told
Miami Stadium on Thursday opening night tickets are, drew a Joker. A ,highly valuable brain of the air defense complexis of his personal esteem for both
Friday, March 19: and 20 to on sale. The Marlins will I card in some games, it is tossed fully explained in the huge the Doctors Yaogcr. The Rev. II.
sume where they left off last the International League: aside for most, and this became exhibit. Missile Master's highly- McNeal Harris did a superb jobas
evident when I was drafted into advanced electronic mechanism M.C.
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the navy. I was' held to land duty constitutes a third dimension to
ENROLL NOW /IN for my two years of service, not the science of effective aerial de. The more than a hundred
/ being allowed on board ship. fense. guests who were conducted thru
the clinic (Acre thrilled by the
(They didn't 'want a Joker on Adr 33331A
SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor the deck!) demonstrations of the newest
dramatic color pic-
methods of relieving pain and
a Life Long Profession As one friend said on my return ture, operating continuously In restoring. health./
one end of the exhibit' tells the
from the timeno
navy, All
\ Miami join in congratulations
Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School sea." While In the navy I gave story of the Army's family of to both Dr Yaeger Sr. and'
missiles and features actual fir-
u., poker. I got tired of waitingfor
; Jr. for (bringing to the people of:
1011 ,NVW. 2nd Avenue FR 4.9998 chips that never came in AlsoI speed ing sequences captured' One with of high the Miami this modern well equipped -
shooting dice, becauseof '
gave up and long needed facility.
<>< >* >< >< ><> the spots in front of my eyes i scenes reveals the Army's NIKE- .
. ..always the wrong ones AJAX intercepting and destroyinga i
"Matador" type missile.
The subject of gambling brings U S. Army information spec- "RHOMANIA"Mr
JOHNSON AND SONS to mind the non-gambler whose ialists will !ibe on ,hand to /pro
; wife loved to play 'the horses. He vide additional Information to is on the :
called her his "bettor" half the exhibit's viewers. There is
FINE' SHOE REPAIRINGWe \ Another character was the fel- no charge for admission.
low who ,bet everything he had
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including the kitchen stove, on a .
Save Your Souls-Whik You Walt
hot tip. He lost, and went crazy ,, ,
Shoe Shined and Dyed he (was de-ranged ,9 'r- "

6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE Getting back to my one-track
PH. PL 0-9190
mind, I must admit that I do
gamble, in a way. I visit spiritual :,y
"bookie Joints," such as integrated -
meetings and brotherhood get-
to-gcthers' where I can bet on
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and national antagonisms vrhm it, accords to every man
regardless of race, color or creed, his human AndJencal'rfghts. Hattng t

no ninnztr-arin:' ; no ntni)-" th Nwrro Press striven to help>Terjr man
In the !ft'11 belief thtt all men Are hurt a. long as anyone is held

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fc',t Our 'times are seriously troubled and our wise men have netdeVlsed'an'answer '.'I .", ,. .

for the t'pJ1-Jour'troub1ed' times are raising. I -
There1'li f a certain amount of gr'opjinj, that is depressing to contem- : 'L'
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plating. i iJvyHbv ''Of - -'---'--' -- --
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tour, greatfiboastlng about our vaunted civilization, we are Pink Ch,2mpaiS'ne, flowed 'in 1
treirfbling'tfn the brinks> of'national'disaster. Al is not well with bur abundance at the ultra swanky 1J 1
ar fat .nut >nand our much boasting and our bluster do not assure I affair given last Sunday by the
usifnltttepremise.! If teibeinj freely admitted that Russia is out- Greater Miami I I Charter of ! 1
stripping. us in the space race-and this, a serious admission the Urban Leigu I
Sir .Tohn Hotel ,?>35 -'I--'I"E: .
Democracy is on the defensive today whereas at the end of Worl" afternoon rnckia'T' sip
War I, It was tm t the'-offenslve Our educational system is under tire 'nac'tv crowd in hoar! .
{ and the younger'generarlons"'are: threatening1 run away with things veil kho""i; talent T 4
and Jovget""but of hand:: ' *.- : A' '11'* M'.'rn'( Bea"h : ;

*rn n'ctur0 are "
Mark Twain once remarked .thaVmuch Is said about the weatherbut
Miami! Guild Il
nothing is ever done about its- Today h chanced, for much is' lunch howl.' All .
being done about the weather: he ingenuity- ofman is making I it dressed In pink to
warm in the winter and cool in the summer, and there is hoping, that glamour to 'the <
something may be speedily dopt?about' the current, Juvenile and adult hrtn haws Sr
delinquency that is threatening, td wreck our civilization. son cmnser of ;

Shakespeare mentioned In some of his works that he spurned: MMnrlon:
mannish women' ..but 'not nearly, as much as he spurned womanishmen. h' 'Tmn: Bobby secretary.'I r
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womanish and women oming more, and more mannish -and of ;
caught between these twosociety i trends, youtlt, utfers terriblY: 'Randolph the bobby
!ight, and Mrs.

For many years in my classes In sociology we studied these trend 'ulld president.

which have .been embodied in the so-calledemanctpaUon of women. Bottom .DhoJo-
As long as men were willing to shoulder the fuU responsibilities of
home building, ther "'were ,the' assurances,for domestic security, but ing funniest assisted men at In the the ._....n_ _.. ,___ _.__ ._..
little .by little men becoming more and 6\Qte' willing to (trade manliness right are Mrs. Mary I
and independence, they were willlng'to ,delegate responsibilities James "Stump" Cross
to the women. Men were willing to'hvarry. but -were unwilling to the comedy team of Brooks Appointed to

assume full responsibilities! of marriage. *nd fathedhood.The Stumpy> ," Mrs. Jackson Hospital

women were ,taken from ,the sacred responsibilities of chairman of the ;
motherhood and set .to work in farm and factory In order to- make "Stumpy" Cromer, Board .' .
Lang, Urban League .
ends meet. When ends meet, the 'home was in large part destroyed. ,
There was greater income and less permanent family enjoyment and Luther Brooks, president of the
security. Women were enfranchised with the 'hope and boast that Bonded Collection Agency /was
their political entry' would mean 'clean politics*But. politics today is appointed this week"as a mem-
the same sordid and dirty game and played by ,sordid political aspi- ber of the Jackson Memorial
rants. Nothing could be more sordid than /the politics the Southern \' A Hospital Advisory'Board.. Mr.
politicians are playing with the welfare of' millions of Negroes as a :T4IE' W .. Brooks was appointed to a three
,, year term. .1
political footbalh.:, 4W.ih i SIf
:, a Oft ': The board series as an advisorto
The so-called emancipation of women meant ultimately the 1 "I ,r 'f I'" I nIiY the director of the, departmentof.
mannishness of women and the womanishness men, but it has II:, II' ,I\\\\ \ \\\\\ \\I!'. t hospitals ,of Dade CmmtyThe
utterly failed to clean up society.arid ..politics. The mannish woman IW,I board is composed of 11 members
and the. womanish man have been utter, failures. I "\" I,,', ; !\.'., arid two : x-offiei i *"'omm.bers .
.. > t"II' '." .,.,.J" \" \.1IIII\i. \ I'......:.::1. jill.! ......... i........J' "1... making a total KJtjmall.! ;
This writer has always felt thafwomen were too fine to be degraded il i'1l'' __ .. __ _
with .the impositions of the so-called emancipated woman, '' iiiHlliiJj --- '- --. :---'- Daughter Elk'..,
and In the heart of a woman love Itself (was born, along with every- ---,--- ---::0. '0.J[11RE. : '.-. .H'OP.----- '
thing that makes life worth living. But the womanish man has produced -: ... - -- Celebrate.15tH .,
.;the mannish- who has lost In the of ====: :- -- --- -
woman exchange a womanly *
status for a mannish one. 1- .. ;,'of'! 'I'Hi' $ '1.t..Z! ,...;.;..........._-- ...1":7_ _....I./.I.tillidlill /!".. Anniversary 1: 'r

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Now' comes Zelemek, in his brilliant book "A Changing America" ,tot1ty\S\ 1-9827 The Daughters ofiGreater Mtf\
with the startling statement ,that less than a century ago the .ratio ami! Temple No. 769 want you ,
of lallen ;'women to' fallen men was one in a hundred, while today and your' friends to' share in their
the ratio Is fifty-fifty. That is to say that not so long ago..there was 15th -anniversary., celdbratior'
only one fallen woman for every one hundred fallen men Today Variety "Top dance, Friday*. .rch.tO, 9:30: ,
there fs one fallen 'Woman for every fallen man. This is a distressing. p.m. in the Harlem Square Balfrocrru -
revelation.,. SuibscrtpUon ii3,.}. advanc$
Just a Matter JTime ........ Brooke Benton $1.00 and at door 125. For table

The greater' blame can be placed at the door of man who has 2-charlie: Brown ............?........,...... Coasters reservations: 'Upstairs, Dt. Hester
1 become womanish and his ,very (womanishness has produced the man. 3-Pretty Girl. Everywhere ........ Eugene Church Rivers, OX 1-0484, Dt. Olivia
ish woman who is matching men in things degrading. When society 4-Teardrops Your Rogers, FR 1-7131, Downstairs:
on .........
... Midnighters
civilization Dt. FR
and Gertrude
can no longer to woman foe thos' ennobling' Smith, 9-2971.
virtues,. where can they look? Those old- with their large families twere. heroes in every sense of the word. 6-There Must be, a Reason .........,.. James Brown

They did not have an abundance but they were mannish men and 7-Everybody Likes to Cha-Cha ............ Sam Cooke

they had womanish women to bring up the brood. 8-1 Cried a Tear .............................. Uvcrn Baker BUNCHETHEATRE

The womanish man is a failure' and so the mannish woman he 9-Sea Cruise ..,..<.............,........ ''"' FVanlr, !? OPA, LOG HA

has created. ' 10-Tell Me The Truth ............ ..,...... Gene Allison Tel. NA' V-7122

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: Dorothea fowle to JJtUt Weekly News Mad Hat :Teal THE MIAMI. TlME--"Th0 People. Newspaper'
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lil. : t'" ) .I.S I I' c .. 'I 'SATURDAY 'MARCH! .1959 'PAGE S I
, Column, on ESeauty Hints For Women Lailes of Victoria Ward ;14, . ..
I .. i Chapter Order of Eastern Starsis
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presenting their third annualtea
! and Hat Style Fashion Review :

.on Sunday, March 15, 4 toO : 11 Million t :
tp."Sell" .

I Home.'sp3riN :at Hats,the of, Range. all descriptionswill J Funeral To-Spend' .. ;:J
/ \ t>3, modeled:' Prize for the

.. maddest! ha't' worn. Program and SeQreQation.
refreshment Public is invited. y
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(Miss Dorothy Brooks'was the _
t 4 winner of the' last contest. ... .,'1, JIB
t, y SS Mrs I, G. Pratt W. M, TALLAHASEE State Rep. .
Mrs E. E Johnson, secretary W. H. Reedy: of1 EuSlls said Tues-i / ':! Ui 'Atilt

r b day southern governors, conjress-- Battle' of'/Songs.. At

\ 82 in Table Tennis mn and legislatorg are lining' up' Greater: Bethel..ln:: -
behind his proposal for an $11-> .
million-dollar publicity campaljr* ;There': will 'be a .''Battle of
Tourney to "sell" segregation to the', \orf.h. Songs'1 b .tl.een -Mt. Zion Choir
No! 8 sand Greater BeU eJ.AME
Eighty-two boys and girls are Reedy said Gov. James1' P. G&spel Chorus 'to be..siaged.onSunday'
cometing for the Harvard Table Coleman of --Mlssisslp! chairman evening: March 15 at 8
Tennis Tournament Gold Medalsto ofh Southern Conference oclock.| : The 'ibattle'. will com ,otf
be sUarded to the .winners of endorsed the plan and at' Greater Bethel Church, 245
h's year's tournament at North- will call a meeting of Dixie, governors NW 8th st. You are invited to
wet'em.T'e in Atlanta soon to' discussit. come but. and vote for your fav-
--- tournament is part of a orite choir. There will be a small
: nationwide+ program sponsored by The plan Calls for each south- donation asked.African ,
__ the Harvard Table Tennis Co.
ern to put up one '
to deveop: outstanding table ten- dollars Woman
w1r over a four-year period 5J
:iis! players.: Winners of similar to hire a top-flight advertisingfirm ,
:.ouroamsnt have gune on "to to buy space in northern Has Quadruplets.,.".* >

chJev ntlonal: standing and among newspapers, TV and radio stations CAPETOWN; South 'Afrlta',1; ti:
stole tennis
amateurs pro- to tell the "true story" of the pro A '&l-year-old African wohiangave
fessionals.: According to Charles ,,, c.:>> 'ui me i\euro in the South birth to quadruplets 'Wed-
Gray, local to.urnammdirector,
under segregation nesday three boys and a girl
the first series of preliminary
: J'I
:1r Dorothea Tpwles, America --- matches began on March 9 and "If Madison Avenue publicity All were reported doIng fine
The Infants
,! most famouh Negro fashion will conclude with the finals on exerts can ,make a household averaged four
model is shown signing a contract Tuskegee Alumni March 31 word of an unknown Hollywood pounds each, with Hhe heaviest<<
". to direct the editing of a Call Some of the winners in the starlet, they can sell to the pub- weighing four pounds,,,() two
ounces and the ,
weekly column on ,beauty hints first round are: lic an issue that is morally right'y!' iightestwsig, I
Calling all Tuskegeans! J tutee pounds,. twelve ounces,., *,
for women. Witnessing the signature Charles Colebrook, Henry Reedy said. '
ff In Naff York are Mar- Calling all Tuskegeans! Cheever Marian ,Patterson, Roy -- -------.1._
s' gurlte Belafonte model, and To come to the aid of your Riley, Rodney Pratt, Frederick He twill Introduce a bill in the
Jesse J, Lewis, public relations a'umni. What? The annual tea. McLeod, George Walker, Pernell Legislature here April, 9 to ap- '-' Now: is' the 'tiiiii .
dounsel for J. Strickland ands Where? At the home of Mr and Miller, James Tullis, Roosevelt propriate' $500,000 as Florida's ,, ..
Co. Mrs Albert Crosby, 3145, NW Miller Reginald Rodriguez, first! two-year share of the gigantic 'Vote!.
i 50th st When' ? Sunday, April 12 Roosevelt Brown. publicity pot I to Register to .. ,
Internationally recognized asa from 4 to 0, instead of the third .J i1 ,'.
.beauty expert and fashion Sunday which was, announcedlast Hills Move Into New ----- '.,... ii'.
I: authority, Miss Towles was the w !ek. The public is invited. .
first Negro model to work for >'n order to complete: plans for ,
; world-famous French couturiers the tea, all members are askedto Hollywood HomeMr. CLEAN..CLEAN. :
Her 'worldwide' assignments meet at the home of Miss E. ...
,'!' include ,modeling in Paris for C. Thomas, 5C20 NW 18th ave. and Mrs L. K. Hill and
i such designers as Christian Dior, at 8 p.m. Saturday,' March 14. their son, Kaybert, were hosts to
'J Pierre Balmain and the late Irregular members are Included nearly 200 friends and well- CLEAN.
i Jacques Fath. At one time she Read the Miami Times for further wishers in their new home in
r was closely associated with the information about the tea Hollywood, Fla.
Salon of Vene Ziami in Rome 'which will depict Miami's top For many years these citizens
have lived in Brawn's Subdi-
Y musical talents. Remember the
Currently on an American: time and place. vision of Miami working in
.. tour; she is appearing with her John C. Capers: president church lodge 'and civic activities ,'AT
Dorothea: Towles Fashion Pre- E. C. Thomas, reporterASTHMATICS Mrs. Hill is deputy for the orderof .'
sentations" in leading cities. Eastern Star having under her i Z iti'v+ YD} 1RY =
supervision 38 chapters who cam }ty$ 'kt ,';tl }A hdt''Y' yi'if4 i ;D V"A
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v Her beauty news column, to ;
to their congratulations
be conducted under the penname express
"Genevieve Young", will WAnt simple, effective relief on Sunday fternion with representatives t ,, st"1;'' 's, }",YfiM4
give "beauty tips to housewivesand I from thokiiifCf racking bron bringing delightful tit i. :t'sYnt ts tII
career girls on a budget"Miss thlal nMlitim KPHSIII? Out genii tokens to be placed in the home. ,, 4t f t54 itt.
Towles said. To ibe syndlGated ltu Urt>nt ht' )' see what you There were exquisite lams to '
nationally dn leading have been missing.. There's no grace the picture windows, telephone '. A Hilt : 0i
newspapers, the column will be substitute' for original IJreath- tables, occasional ''chairs, '. Ws rYM -
conducted under the, auspices' of easy Inhalant and nebulizing set lazy daisy sets, steak knives, C' "" Y
41 y4" ? %} :Y
the rR. C Beauty Institute a Get comfort by breathing. Guarantif wises, house flowers, table. cov- t 3 0 00 t

public service division of Royal <'l. ers, sheets, pillow cases. and many' __
Crown Beauty Products. J A J DRUG DKIT. BTOlli; what-nots. .g

,. ._ Several ministers joined the.
""J7 --- '"V"I Rev. M. J, Fayson and Rev E. D.

'VI'S GUEST HOUSE Richardson, pastor for the 'Hills, :
I conducted the ceremony of ded
REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMS ication. Mrs. Florence Love!) ', 'S fVS

r :By Day or Week Small, a member of the facultyof /0.r

Efficiency 'Privilege Mr.. .Elvira W. Smith Prop. Bethune-Cookman'College and
teacher of Mrs. Hill, wrote the 6 r w
Phone t OX 1.5343 FR 9-9359 litany' of dedlcatlrm and brought ;

6393 N.W.17th. Avenue greeting from the college. Tho I wary
new Hi-Fi set -with its wonder-
ful tone ( I with the singing of Mahalia

Jackson, "Bless This House" and ' f *
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favorite spIrituals t4irs :
Mrs. SH.. Glenn led the tours t ;
DAY.CLEANERS' through the home after the firs!f /' '?

tour of blessings which the min-
isters conducted. I i i, That' the taste you get
Another out-of-town guest was when you make your flrMlMAlf! n SGin
Albert M. Watson of Daytona ti''e..
Beach, who is a first cousin of ,, TonIc with clcan*tasting .
the family

Mrs. L. Brown and Mrs. Small D1tTsB1tV,
4 had chare of gifts! and the guest I FLEISCHMANtfSGIN .
book was kept by Miss Jolos &
Faison of Homestead. 4mv_ -v-

5 'Following! the program everybody -
P4NT.' ate a turkey dinner which '

was served under the direction\ ,.
of .Mn.''fUll' Eastern Star.ititert, '
Mrs. M. B. Marshall,,. Nellie'Byart 1 s DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN r ,,, '

nd Flora Lent on.LOTSFOR. i CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY .,At ,".t

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Build on, lot e
your Q-E-
1047 rN.W.t3rd' 'AvenueCLEANERS I or mine ,

AND We take care of financingNO :The..,Fine Arts Conservatory'sFirst : ,
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MONEY DOWN : Performance in'Jts .

C a.h paid for your lot or THEATRE WORKSHOP
POPS homo AT THE C. CARVER YMCA-' .f "lA' 0,)

Money loaned on your 5770 N.W. 15th venue'Miami, 11)-' 4Mt LI

# '1'412'' :N.W.3rd Avenue rr'hon&rR Home ;or Lot ; 'vtrmju 2, 3.4 at Si3Q p.m. .,', tJ .1.('

1-9273 J Tickets $i.50-arailablo pt Caryer YMCA, MJ i I1., t,, '

; ..... !, Baron, ,, JE 8-1340. "'' ., .' Jae! 4fglee r. OXford 4-Q231. ) ; ,:
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Rockledge ,Blocks 1 __ -- -

j PAGE IS SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1959niitiiiiTauiilieigTiiiiiihos, School For A"I I
I Negroes I I In !

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iROCKLEDGE City officials ''-'- .....-....- ----"'-" ....-............."""' ........... --.... - ..... ..--............. '""
; F s last Thursday ,blocked construction -
of a Negro elementary On Monday, Feb. 23, after 11 the Cathedral, which was filledto
1 school which was about to go up reading a lengthy opinion of I Its capacity. The service was
: on this city's north, boundary in Foster Clark, Speaker Asa Prit- conducted 'toy the Rev. Canon
By ORA O TALYORRichmond Brevard County. chard withdrew his demand for Adington Johnson, rector of St.
- - City Council Chairman R. L. apology in the House of Assembly Matthew's One f the highlightsof
Murrell said the Rockledge against L. O. Pindling, Cyril the patadewas the high-step
The Heights Wo Carver 103 OES building inspector will not issuea Stevenson, Clarence Bain, Milo ping Girls Guides St. Agnes,
men's ClUb ds right In the swingof I permit for the school because Butler and Samuel Isaacs all whose colorful uniform was the
things with their annual baby At Salters ChapelCarver talk of the town. "
the buildings site is in an area members of the Progressive Lib.
contest stimulating much competition "which up to now has been and representatives in
eral I
: One committee Is raffling Chapter No 103, OESIs white." Party walkedout Canon M.: *E. Cooper announcedlast
House. The five men
off a trip to the ever popular and celebrating Its Sixth Anniver- Brevard School Superintendent of the House Sunday that the Rev. JohnE.
beautiful Nassau, Bahamas; so sary Sunday afternoon, March 15 Woodrow Darden said the school of a meetihg Taylor will be leaving St.
a you see plenty of sparks are fly- at 3 o'clock. Services will be has' to ,go on the 12-acre site "be some weeks ago without notify- Agnes on May 1 to 'take up
ing among this lively group of held at Salters Chapel NW 27th cause it's the only one available." ing the chair, in opposition to a Parish work in Texas This wasa
charming .women. ave. at 48th St. in Brownsville. The 26-classroom school ,was report. It is thought that thoughthe sad note to his many friends,
M (If: you are wondering whose All Masonic and Order Eastern to have been built to relieve Speaker was reluctant in his as Father Taylor is ,loved by all. -
baby will win, well so am I, Keepin Stars groups are invited to attend overcrowding in an existing Cocoa withdrawal. his action might It is rumored that his successor
Mrs. Lillian S. Pleasure is throw some oil on the troubled
touch with'us through our Negro school. will be Father William Thompson -
Women's Club excerpts and stay W. M.; Lewis K. Graves is WP; The school site is Just west of waters of ,Bahamian politics. Mr. who is also said to be the
well informed about our latest and Mrs, Lillie Mae Colson Is the Florida East Coast Railway Clark is legal advisor, to House. choice of St. Mary's and St. Bar-
accomplishments. See you next secretary. tracks on the south side of Poin- nabas.
sett Dr. street which divides
week.Lucille Under the auspices of the exec- of
Wheatley, reporterA "Carver YMCA Cocoa and Rockledge. utive board of the The Assembly held
Negro families live on the Co- one of its longest sessions on
Prayer: Dear Father, I On Review"The coa side of the dividing street, Baptist Mishionary and Educa- Mrtday, lasting from 9:30: a.m. to
come to Thee with humility and but the Rockledge side is all tional Convention, a joint session, 9:45: pjn.--withut adjournment
love for Thee and my fellow- G. W. Carver Branch white. of Sunday School and Training for lunch. fThe Progressive Lib
man.. :Help me each day to YMCA will hold its annual meeting Union was held Sunday, March 1, 'eral Party has sent L. O. Pind-
thljnk on whatsoveiter thingsare i and dinner Monday, March SUNLIGHT. 3 p.m., at St. John, Dr T. .E. W. I ling and Cyril Stevenson to England -
true, whatsoever things are 16, 8 p.m. at Bethel AME Church Donaldson, pastor.: Participantswith to protest the General As-
Just, whatsoverer things are 245 NW 8th st. CHIT-CHAT the host church was a group 'sembly Act, introduced by the.
honest, (whatsoever things are "CarveY YMCA on RevicW from Bethel Baptist Church, Dr United Bahamian Party.
will H. W. Brown, pastor. Several]
pure, whatsoever things are depict program activi- The class of March 5 bas been -
locely, whatsoever things are ties in film form of last year, quite an exciting one, and they persons appeared on the program Chief Inspector Theophilus T.
of good report Help me to love and outline the program activi- are really being missed by the and Dr. Brown conducted the Gibson, after 21 years of serviceon
my enemies as my friends ties for the year's ahead. juniors. Of course they gave us institute. the police force, retired recently -
,The public is invited to attend plenty to remember them for. On Inspector Gibson is the
We have been informed that class day Miss Ingraham read the Sidney Poitler, Bahamian actor. son of Mrs. Catherine Gibson and
the Miami District, "Rev! W. B. Class Will. The seniors had so is among those nominated for the late Riley Gibson of Clar-
Coffey, (presiding elder, will The Egelloc ,ClubThe ; much of everything until they the 1959 Academy Award. Poi- ence Town, Long Island. He has
hold quarterly conferfcnde at o gave away talents, that we had tier has starred in a number of had a colorful career on the
Martin Memorial AME Church; Eielloc Club continues to !plenty of, or should I say, we pictures, the latest being "The force, having served as con-
Rev. Albert Jones, pastor. A function, bringing to the public had just about as much as they. Defiant Ones." This latest honoris stable, lance corporal, corporal,
fine program is to bring to you wholesome recreation and enter- Mrs. Hayes, who was class being hailed by his many rela- lance sergeant, sergeant, Inspector -
some of the finest talent of tainment.We president, 'U-as full of smiles as tives and friends in the Bahamas and police prosecutor in the
Florida. Rev. Jones and his are indeed grateful to our usual. I don't know whether it : Magistrate Court.
members are to be commended loyal supporters who helped to was because -of her leaving, or The Bahamas Police Force !will
for the fine work they have' make our last benefit dance and bv being mistress of ceremony be increased by 82 men if a report On March 2 17 Haitians were
done with God's help The Book Review and Tea a success. though it' was essential. The made to the House of As- charged in the Magistrate Court
meeting begins on March 11 at We continue to solicit your sup- ladies were very fascinating in sembly on Feb. 23 /toy the Police with illegal entry. Sixteen of
9:50: a.m.. port in the future. their black dresses, red corsages Committee is accepted. The pres- them were brought to Nassau
Some of our activities that and accessories of various colors. ent strength of the force is 19 from Andros on Feb. 28. Four of
THANKS TO HEART Workers might not have been brought to Guest speaker was Mr. Chatl1an constables.:ei.eants, 38 corporals and 808 them had permits, but the thers
: Mrs. Melvina Moore, Mrs. your attentnon are as follows: from Chatman's Beauty Su- were sentenced to six months'o
Ruth Freeman, Miss Clyde 1. Presented; Merit Certificates, p.y Co., who has everything in imprisonment and deportation.
Wright, Miss Jean Henry, Helen to the following for the line of hair products. Mr. Thirty-year-old John Wil-
persons ren-
Dean, Mrs. Mary Taylor, Mrs. dering outstanding and unselfish Chatman spoke from the theme, liams, an agricultural worker in As a student of Calabar High
Mercedes Pruitte, Mrs. Rosa Lee services to the community: Miss "Success is Our GoaL' which was Florida, died on February 23 as i School in Jamaica, Henry Bostic,
Wooten, Mrs. Yvonne Johnson, Helena Siffontes, Mrs. Mable very inspiring.As I the result of a ruptured spleen. son, of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond
Mrs. Jackie Crommel, Mrs Eddie Daniels, H. E. S. Reeves and Fr. Miss Ingraham gazed into The body was taken to a funeral Bstic of Nassau, (passed the Cam-
Grigley, and each who donated Theodore R. Gibson. her crystal ball, she saw all the I nome in Lessburgl Williams wasa bridge High Certificate exam reently. -
2. A scholarship is given- each ladies very .successful, which of native Melvin of Kemp's Bay, and son He is teaching Spanish at
If you are interested in living year to a deserving senior in one we hope very much is true and _Williams. Government High School wherehe
in one of the finest communities of the high schools. on their way to the top. I cans received his senior certificatea
in Dade County, and wish a home 3. Worship with various On March 9 instructor, Mrs. Clarence a Bahamian few years ago. Other Bahamians
on two popular streets in the churches in the community. ArchDeacon D. H. Brown and a few of the crewman on a British receiving the Cambridge
Heights ladies from freighter, fell overboard on Feb. certificate
Lincoln Boulevard and Sunlight observed at Jamaica schoolsare
Fillmore St. then call CE 5-4246 quite, John an inspiring E. Culmer delivered to- a style show at Club Sir John I 118, about 28 miles off Palm Beach Miss Genie Thompson,

or come in to look at the plans, the ,members of the club message duringa which was very enjoyable. boat and is believed drowned The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
was bound for the
or use your qn plan. You can reeent visit to St. We welcome our shut-ins Thompson, and Gurth Archer,
Agnes Episcopal -
select one or two lots for your Church. back: R. Head, D. Brohvn andR. sort from Sandy Cay with a son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ar-
home if you desire space. The Our :annual Tot Time Fashion Hicks load of crawfish.. cher. They are also former grad-
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are right. at Sunlight S.
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April 5 at
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Roosevelt Estates to" ,

MISSING BOYS IN hold(Northwestern its regular Senior PTA High meeting will

Open Sunday, March 22 SCHOOL BLAZELITTLE Monday Parents, March and 19 friendsof In th.

ROOK, Ark. (ONS) the community are invited to
Crews of workmen paving tary school facilities are to be available for the expansion and Not all the 70 students sleep be present at 8 pjn.
streets and landscaping lanes of I added to the" splendid modern growth of the city, every facet ing in cramped quarters at. the .. -
deluxe residences, are speeding schools that already exist at the of.desirable community livingwas Wrightsvllle Training School, a
the finishing touches on the new entrance to the area. explored. The new Roose- reform school for Negro !boys, Beautiful Home oa.
Roosevelt Estates at West Palm It is understandable. that. civic velt Estates, now a reality, has have been found dead or Your Lot
Beach, where Roosevelt Developers officials would point with prideto more than fulfilled its promise.A alive. While authorities are
Inc., today revealed that the this outstanding example of gala celebration, with enter- i checking their lists they believe 1fftv Unw
first 25 families will be moving city planning. When the lands, tainment, souvenirs and, officials: some of the kids who escaped
!in around March 22. hitherto confined to a private participating, is planned, to mark death may have also escaped the .
The neighborhood is only a water company, were made I this milestone of achievement. reform school and gone home.
mile from the center of the city Most of the boys live in neigh
downtqvn area, and is located boring towns.lMenslwhlle .
between two breeze swept lakes, ( Gov. Faubus had
on a peninsula adacent to the Miamian Writes and to admit, on visiting the scene of
present Westboro area. The entire the traiedy, that It was a pure CtmpUU building Mrvlt.
community captures the case of negligence. Besides there .
charm of a country club atmos- being no adult in the building PLANNING
phere, with an actual 1&ollf with a, key to open the doors BUILDING
house ,planned for inclusion in Stars in FAMU PlayTALLAHASSEE when the fire broke out, windows FINANCING'
the area. It is completely within 'sere barred with heavy metal Y.ur New H.mREPAIRING .
West Palm Beach, and !will enjoy r screens:: The boys forced two
the advantages of city facili- The Florida Anthony Tjiurston, Miami; Na- open to escape. Under one clos- .
ties, such as the newly expanded A&M University PlaymakersGuild I thaniel Clark, Miami; Eugene ed window, firemen found bodiesof REMODELING
water and sewerage systems, will premiere "A NUht Oliver, East Palatka; Jeanette 12, children unable, to force RENOVATING
that cost the city $22,000,000. Brought Violence" in the Charles Kin, Fort Lauderdale; Robert the window.
Recreational fatuities will include Winter Wood Theater Thursday, Whittaker, Jacksonville; and The school, under thorough investigation Over Twenty Years ofCon.truotlon
parks and playgrounds, a March 21 at \ip Experiment
found to have defective
The featured production was wiring.
basdball diamond, shuffle' board
Burnt to the ground, the state is Guaranteed aatoetactlon
and tennis courts. The abundance written by Raymond Aranha, a
of fresh and salt water nearby junior speech and drama major expected to build a modern
For The in
Highest building, fully equipped. "Thank
makes 'fishing one of the delightful from Miami, and will be premiered 1f .
God at last the children will
sports available to residents.A as part of PAM (personality, \ COSMETICSCall :: -
new city swimming pool is already appearance, and manners) week.A have a decent home" remarkedone mmVI1(3E! ( ( .
of the mothers whose child,
in existence, opposite the formal dinner will be held in YUkon 3-5681
six beautiful furnished model the university commons prior to "SANDS" fortunately; ,. escaped unharmed."RHOMANIA" NE 5-6171
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trons will be
required to have
and three bedroom homes Miami Times
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escorts and (Iwear formal attire.
priced from $9,600 can be pur-
chased for as little as $1480 per Aranha has written numerous HOLLYWOOD, FLA. is on the way
week including principal, inter- skits, verses and one-act plays
est, taxes and insurance. Many "A Night .Brought Violence" is
desirable. features are included in one of tne few plays written In "
the purchase CBS masonry the class worthy of* production .
r .n addition to his '
construction, choice of bathroom exceptional
color fixtures and tile, jalousie writing skills, his genius and ver-
windows and screens *throughout, satility has (been manifested onstage
full range of appliances, plastered as an actor. He was a '
walls and ceilings, land- meMber of the group of play- (ri )
scaping and paved driveways.This makers from Florida A&M who,, iI\
beautiful community presents toured Africa last October and .\ I
a fine example of city plan- November. During the tour, he '" .
ing. Part of the problems of the nad parts in three plays: Aegeus 3L Y JLarking ,.
.n "Medea," Arthur in "The Happy .
City of West Palm Beach, aris / ,1't ,' :. t'lt\
,' '
Journey," and Ed Robinson . .1 ,
ing from undeveloped areas to its ft I*ar ,..
west, has been the over-crowding .n mxin's". He will also star 25 of # ':. .i' : \...
and sub-standard housing. in "A Night Brought Violence." years : .

City Manager James J, Mott, The original three act melo- 1
referring to the new Roosevelt drama weaves a tale of terror .. Schenley .leadership ,_.'
and mystery and adds it sprinkling -
Estates, told the local Lions Club, ,
"I've seen for myself the splen- of romance as a ,big city police '
did manner in which the devel- force struggles to (wipe out r the nation'sliquor .i ;
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attractiveness of the new neigh direction of Prof. Edmonds. Alfonso '
borhood, has to be seen to be Sherman, an instructor in .
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Soon, dozens of families will be director. The play was written in .
occupying the nearlycompletedfirst his play-writing class under the
section of homes that already direction of Professor Randolph celebratingchenIeq '. :
grace the Roosevelt Es- Sdmonds, head of the speech, and .. '"
tates neighborhood. (Before long, drama department. .,.
hundreds of families will be Living Members of the cast are: Chas. :
in comfort and dignity in Williams, Pontiac, Mich.; Robert :
park surroundings.A Taylor, Miami. ; Charles Wise, Tal- .
shopping center is planned, lahassee; Thomas Newton, Mi- :
as /well as the recreational facilities ami; Carolyn Riley, Birmlngton
church sites and a junior Ala; Ruth Fields, Tallahassee; favorite \
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MARCH 14, ,1959 Negro
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,Stations. :Honored |

v\ ,ST. LOUIS, -- R'! hud J, Miller -
.. resident of -Radio' Station
jl\ KXLW has been honored by the
St, Louis Argus newspaper for
f fI fi focusing "national attention upon

i the responsibility! ,o! Neiro em-
I oMsis! radio."
I4RCNFN4ER Miller wss srlven one of the
( nptvsoaper's Distinguished Public L'T
Service Awards at :a dinner last
THERE'S an unofficial boycottof the James:E. Scott Audit Sunday week In the Empire Room of the
Pabst Beer ;going on around April 12 at 4 p.m. . Do you Ambassador-Kingswav' hotel here
town 'since the local distributors> know a SOIb' Deb? Well they are Over 30 guests witnessed the

fired tin the colored help last having their 5th Youth Talent presentation.The .
week. 'Jim Reese, a lOyear vet Show Friday, March 23': at the award, an engraved silver
and a supervisor was among the Liberty Square Audit soon . tray, was !presented by Frank W
victims . Nciv' Mt; Moriah BTW Thespians are planning an Mitchell, Sr., publisher of the
Baptist Church at NW 14th Ave, evening of four one-act plays. Argus. .
exten. You'll see the four( top high Miller bought the station earlyin f
and 671th St. is getHny an '
sive face-lifting job Should be I schools in action on one card 1958 and immediately set PLaza 9.6689 Hours: 10.1

competed next week . Gobs Tuesday, March 24. about "prQjraxnming up" to the 5-8
all : station's listeners. The 100-watt THE: YAEGER CLINIC
of new homes are going up
HOLY ,REDEEMER Church Is outlet carries regular public ser-
town. Dr. Ira P. Davis Is '
over prepping for its May Day Festival vice programs for the NAACP General Practice Obstetrics
to into' his swank
new ready Job move in Coconut Grove; .. A give-away promotion is and the Urban League, It pro- Naturopathic MEDICINE Chiropractic
about to be on display this ''week grams a regular'commentary on
Charles Ingram,. Dorsey Jr. High coming . That double birthday the news toy George W Goodman, 1177 N.W. 62nd Street Miami, FloridaIT'S
has nifty story-and-half
prof a
party for Willie (Lee) Thomas a widely respected analyst; the I
Job working on 55th terrace off Reid still rings a bell. ,His mother Roy Campanella shah and a staffof I" . . . . . , "l 1" "
I 17th ave. Susie Jefferson left no' ends reputable disc jockeys.
loose. Among those who attended I
',WHAT HAPPENED to the were Irene Higgins Dorothy The young executive ,gained
l' King: of Clubs Forum Series this Freeman, Luedello and Carl national recognition when he unleashed -
year? As far as we can tell it'sthe' Johnson, Sam Young, Melvin and I a blast at Negroemphasis -
flrst time this famous outfit Pearl Reid, Marie Taylor Ida M. radio generally to "Sponsor"a NEW! / ,
'has missed out on their'winter John Davis a trade magazine. This bold new '/ : ,
Robinson Slocumb "
I'S ! :
approach about a market attra ,
". cultural series. And many a woman Mr. and Mrs. William%.Glenn, Mrs. 'I ed immediate attention. "

must, have died' because Etta Mae ,Jones, Mrs Annie Bell I' ,In December of 1958, Miller's FT (iHEtEI! ! .
'''there (won't be a K of, C Prom in Broadnax, Graham Jernigan Mr.
comments were given promlneci
'Bayr nt Auditorium this year. and Mrs. Harold Jefferson, Mae "
in "Variety theatre world's"bible
Learn 'While You Sleep
;A1 local, chapter of CORE was set'up'in Monroe, ',Wylene Slocumb Gwen- ." In the Variety article,
Miami on Thursday night dolyn Wooten, Vanderbilt Cunningham -
Miller termed it a "cheap insult"to
Look for 'more news of this very Edward Rhodes Willie
Negroes and "a source of self
effective organization . Dan mith Jimmy Smith Lar: Lar Moss, generated I bigotry religious NIGHTINGALE COLLEGE
'Francis is sporting a new Olds COQn Johnson, Eloise Johnson quackery, charlatanism and a
98:. The' Slim Bannisters and the Celentine Rodgers, Benny Brown, wallow of ugly primitive and
Dr. J. O. Browns, are wheelingnew Nat Benny. Mar 'aust, Thomas harmful sounds." INTRODUCES
Cadillacs. Skipper IHe predicted that the time is
over for the type of programmingwhich
ROBERT STRAPP, 'North Dade AT ILIB.CITY Theatre Thurs has been typical in the Sleep ConditioningNew
teacher who lost an eye when,an, day: The Columbia flick that past. He said that any white man
irate student swung a chair on features James Stewart, Kim who lingers momentarily over a
him, is all fitted out -with a glass Novak and Jack Lemmon ,goes Negro emphasis station hears method that 'teaches you while
'Job and back at work": 'Dr. j; O ''ike 'this: poor programming, crummy talk, .
Brown did the Job .' Bill 'Allen The BELL is ringing War down music and is left with you sleep .' : '
veteran Virginia Beach employee Pay no heed; the Impression that they are real .'
and 18th ave. barbecue king losta Close the BOOK, ly different. .
toe to diabetes in Jackson hospital Who wants to read? Richard J. Miller right presi- . ,
last week . .Julius Jones hen the neighbors dent of KXLW receives: the St. DEMONSTRATIONS -;. PUBLIC INVITED -
has his wife iback home after a Snoop for' scandal, Louis Argus Distinguished Pub-
short stay in 'the hospital . Dr. Draw the blinds, lic Service Award from Frank W.
E. A. Ward is working hard to Blow, out ,the CANDLE. Mitchell Sr., publisher. Frank' L. Monday; March 16
assure a full house when Con That's the, motto of our pair Stanley publisher, Louisville De-
Charlie' Tn this fabulous affair. fender and past president of the
gressman Diggs speaks 8 P.M. -
National Publisher'sAssociation
here next Sunday . How Newspaper
about the balcony AS THE= is in the center
two gjys in the FINAL! curtain sud-
at the Beach Auditorium denly came down on the life of MARY ELIZABETH HOTEL .
Wednesday night who sat thru Susan' Butler, ex-midwife ''F b. Former Slave Dies.
the entire show with their hats 26, It -came as "a surprise, when Leaves 229 Kin 642 N.W. 2nd !Ave.
on. And had women with them, she was at her best at a birth- .
too. day party on the patio pf herdaughter's (continued' from page ,1) !'IF' YOU CAN }SLEEP, ,YOU CAN EEARN
home, surrounded by
late Jordan Br She
tots, -two of her great rands As wner. was
BEWARE of n group 'of people active able to read and write
(some say Gypsies) ,going the was about to spin a record and even thread a needle untila .
around pulling the old "pigeondrop" he said, "Come now, I am going week before her death.
to play. a record, I want to
on gullible citizens. They you She is survived
by a daughter
dance. At this moment she fell.
are either selling flowers
fixing two brothers, six .grandchildren ,
One of the tots called '
auto dents or cleaning a close'byneigh.bor
septic 35 great grandchildren, 83 nieces
tanks. ,This is a slick crew, so who summoned an am- and nephews anti 102 great BANK
don't 40 for the okedoke. You bulance. At her arrival at the nieces and nephews. NOTES . . . . . by Malcolm
will not get something for nothing pital I she died. ; Her sister Mrs. Priscilla Moore
As her funeral moved slowly died recently at the age of 95 CMS OMW MU& 8WJEST WMW I'IGA
along Key West's Truman aver leaving a line of 187 direct des. DID I YOU I KNOW I COTtE WWUJE6VJTAROUNDWCORC,

SAMUEL WILSON tends love one she traveled many times with cendants. C mB 6t NI> TapAf{ Wt if1o .
and sweet ,words to mom He'll black 'bag at all hours of the (Mrs. .Bra-wner was eulogized
be home in a few days to start night many times calls were responded at sbury Methodist Church of
here thru the grace of God Brandywine of which she was a
Interne teaching The ,, o ee
and love
helping member
Albert Smith Jr. moreso
(Dorothy Ross) A
and her sister than the financial gain\ All I
are staging a '
double christening this Sunday she had to 'know was that t it was

. If Cecil Bain 'was not pulling otir time and you needed her.. a tear white and colored-asher
a certain Cat's leg in me Isiana I watched many who stood along last remains passed along to ,
City las, week, I am sure there'sa the streets gazing and shedding her final resting place.

fast, eary trIp in view.. His let- -
ter is the only strings known to 0N4JOMip

make this moveloWEDOING .

BELLS: Yyonna .MI.Cti&el -
)NAiIQ NiAi{i
and ,William (Capt. ,Bill) 1NB!Ne NOBBYGRA A i1d1Qi bo Mlb
Deveaux's is se} for St. Barna-
1 bas": Church across the pond. iN
"1 do's". will climax ''the romanceon

April 26 . Th1 Ybung
,Demoj 'Tfti 'annual Calendar Tear
*fa April' 12. Llama Green is
talking the allair" at Jim Jam =iTThiW1

to be ,,8 wow I I t The Loyal Bud, y,
dies' 13th anniversary ball is,
Friday, March 20 at Club 535 1
and the Royaltons Social Club
First,Bode and'Jtoll Dance1 '59

is n-"yt Tours.u>' *v C-i. .. c..aj'
A.eJt.1..S+*pneo *1'i try ttor.lru'.rst4mp 1 X

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I tIM' i.INE'' S. ,S. Club tagged The latest model of Frankenstein comes to the Lib- a m&RCo; 'lGAa1XIIrQrNR
City Drive-in screen next week when 'Boris Karloff is fea- J NG NOW swovme 8i
theg"tiIUr s and :fashions. (I AIOUWANq MNI<,
Ilavese ,. samples-not bid) at tured in "Frankenstein 1970" done up in Cinemascope.

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'JUST'BROWS'JN' retorted. salary of $5,000 a :year THE MIAMI TIMES-."The People; News. ; ...M" I

; One"Metro's problems
.., '. traffic court. There's a caseload
.ft '" ,' : of around 50.0QO. Some judgesare ,.,. .....-
,<' asking for more courtrooms.
._u_ _"_ _ _ _ _ _.'_ _I- _ - , I T I.. Then too, ,it's a question of who

The country is united' as far as 1,000 annually' and this could be should handle traffic cases, the '
standing: ,,,firm against Russia's !handled for about $20,000. Municipal Courts or the Metro b', iir-- :
Courts. Metro is business
demand to get out of West Ger- Some, members of the County new ,
the and will
', City County soon be
many and turn things over to Plumbing Contractors Board able to matters ,
the,Communlsts' in the East, thatis were .given certificates of competency i out get straightened t.
certainly a good 'thing.' 'A without taking the examinations -

house ,divided against itself' cannot One 6f !these\ mem- Here is something Interesting.I've .
stand, at least permai entry. bers refused! to take the exams heard a lot about mermaids,

However there are differences nations, because' he helped, to but now comes an eight-legged,
a plenty, when*.it comes to considering ' prepare the_ test., bro .neyed monster in a reef 'off I
the preparedness and Miami Beach that was reportedon
defense of our'country Luther Brooks of the Bonded Wednesday by a diver, Bob
President'Eisenhowet believeswe Collection Agency has been appointed Wall +
are well prepared to take a member of the advisory
care of ourselves, and the expen-, board of the Jackson Memorial The: world's heavy- '
dilute recommended5 by, '(he administration ' Hospital. Mr. Brooks is also a weight title aiht, will come off
is adequate. The member, of the board of trusteesof on June ,23 in New ,York City.
amount is forty billion dollars, the hospital The challenger is Ingemar Johansson -

Not so, with some members ,of of Sweden. This will be
Sergeant Louis Duty left
on Champion Floyd Patterson's first
Democratic other
the Party, and
Wednesday for Nassau to attend '
flgnt since 1957.
military officials, who have made the funeral of his grandmother,
some recommendations that Mrs. Rosa Reece She was 82.
Yesterday Hawaii following in
would cost the United States
the wake of Alaska was admittedto
billion dollars.
Mrs. Edythe' Wars of Washington statehood by the Congress of
Former Secretary of State
Dean Acheson, said the adminis- route, C., Mexico.arrived While on Sunday here en-she the 50th United state.States, and .becamethe SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS-Ernest EilHs, a senior phy-

tration's missile program as Ts the guest of her brother and sics student at Booker T. Washington High, works on his
"crazy" and was "national sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs \ prize winning project of "Effects of Radiation on Droso- I

suicide Charles North. Mr. North owns phila."

But he agreed that the Presi- and operates the North's' Travel ,.. ..
dent should 'be qualified to deter- Bureau and is making a special w .iTIjLr
mine whatthe level of defense business trip to Mexico this.
and expenditure should be.' week. f. COOKINGHINTS :
When it is..aU over the chances I
are that 'the Commander-in- The Dade County Bar Association 4 4w
Chiof will have his way about it. has recommended an Increase -
in salaries for the fallow{ 8'
Seaquarium officials became ing officers: Circuit Judged, from

interested and arranged a search $19,000 to $22,000; District 'Court Carnation Home Service Director
party for the' brown-eyed, hairy of Appeals from $21,500 to'$23- }I
monster that was Spotted two, 000; Supreme Court Justices! ,from and her staff

miles off (:Miami+ Beach in an underwater $17,500 to $35,000 I
cave. If they are ableto Dade County now has 14 CIr-
conquer him he should proveto cuit Judges, but because' of her
be a gold mine right in our population, she is. entitled, to
seaquarium. It sounds like one some more. I. My family
of Ripley's Believe it or note ", thinks rice
Friends of John Bethell are and raisinpudding

Segregation is expensive any- pleased to' see him out after several real treat.Is.a.
way you take it. The latest is weeks illness. and I'm happy
that Southern governors, legislators that they do. Ro..n. Scott
and congressmen are' liningup Income tax headaches are prev- i I find It an easy way to get extra
behind a proposal of Rep.: W. alent just now and will probably milk into their diet. Custards
H. Reedy of Eustis for an $11- remain so until March 31. How- I made with Carnation are alwaysso
.. 000,000 publicity campaign to ever, don't let it interfere with creamy and delicious tasting
11 sell segregation to the North. your having a real happy Easter / ...never thin and watery.Thanks
1 to double rich Carnation I can .
Under the plan Florida's share
will be $500,000., It's: not bad News from Haiti is not so i have perfect time.puddings Here's and the pud custards _Gerald Ferguson and Phyllis Mye/s of Mrs. Rose-

idea to tell the true story of the good.famine, If in reports that country are true The there is ding that every is the favorite at my marie ;S. Anderson's class, are shown' demonstrating one

progress Northerners of' the but Negro to ,'the not world onlyto ulation depends largely upon pop- house. Do try It soon of the 'many projects made 'In her science classes' for, the

even If there 'is some other mo- farming and there has been 'mow RICE AND RAISIN PUDDING science fair.

tive in selling it. of a drought than anything else. (Makes servings) "
Let's hope some rain will soon These two students were interested in tho, topic,
.., The United Bahamian Party and fall helping, to relieve the situa- 1*/ cupi (large tan, ) undlluttd, "Electricity and Magnetism" They built and painted: this

the Progressive Liberty Party in tion. Carnation Evaporated Milk electro-magnet and crane. It, was made of plywood and

the Bahamas'' legislature are hav- 1 cup wafer operated by two' dry cell batteries. The crano is poweredby
Seems of the
as though some
course ing a ,tough is the!battle.minority The Party PLP,,but of huge stockpile .of government 2tggt Vi cup sugar a small motor that is, run by a 3 volt battery an4 the

surplus in this country could be the'' magnet is supplied by a volt battery.Students .
they are battling to the very end '/. teaspoon lalt .: ,power for .
for the rights of the masses in sent to Haiti for these needy
1 nutmeg11a
the colony. The question of the people. I'm sure such help would teaspoon vanilla have already begun to talk about new;, projects w

day is, for providing four new be welcome. 2 teaspoons cooked rice for next,year's fair. Many are now securing diata for
seats in the House of Assembly. cup that, will winning
State Director Harry Smith believes '/ cup seedless raisin their projects in hope they produce a
Some sidered redistricting which the is being believes con- that 11 the date of issuing exhibit., See story on, pago 2.-photod by Jctonson of MI-
party Beat Carnation,water egg.lugar '
is unfair 'The public has raised automobile tags was changed and flavorings until smooth. ami. *
funds and sent two PLP membersto from January to July i-t wouldbe Pour over rice and raisins which ,
.London to resent their case much better as these funds have been mixed together In a .
to the British government. would be available during the 2-quart casserole. Place casse- "The Last Mile' f
lean months. role In pan of hot water. Bake In
giving moderate oven (350* F.) 30 minutes "RHOMANIA"is
The job examinations
Rep. George S. O'Kell who Stir lightly. Continue bak- At ,LibCity Thursday
to, contractors should be taken'over'
fought nobly against the Metro- ing 30 minutes longer. Cool be- on the
by Metro's Personnel Department -
politan form of, government for fore baking. "The Last Mile," starring Mickey -
County Manager ,
says Dade Cunty, is now seeking .a -CI01'(9) Printed nu.SA, Rooney, will open Thursdayat
0. W. Campbell. There are about --- l the LlbClty Drive-In.Theatre.,

Produced by Max J Rosenbergand
(!Milton SuboUky 'The Last
Mile" Is based on the Broadway
stage-hit which launched Spencer'
Tracy on his way to stardom.
.. The picture Is Rooney's first bLr'turn "
;; ,,.,. ': since the highly successful
..,; :< : .-. "Baby Face Nelson," also 'released -
i'; through United '
g' t ;f' eye Artist. .

p. , if' 4 M. The action-packed story of an
?+ J attempted prison' break '"The
,I t,5; ,( :04 Last Mile" '**' Inspired 'by a
series of majpuine articles, based
on conversations with' death
house prisoners. The story has

I been read, or seen In play form,
? In almost every country In the ,
world. The title of the
: famous
.. '
+ + dp
r Broadway play has also been Incorporated
,., M
ui I
common English
usage to mean ,the final marchto

the deaht: chamber.HARLEM .

**S&iS&9SVSSa3fTasStS SS&-9SiaSjSf3s,

reSInSt on the new Christian the reactivated fund raising campaign and is busy 'con SQUARE' ,

I :Memorial Work Hospital is steadily at 4700 pro NW 32nd :ave. ,All the walls tacting workers and persons who made pledges four years I I SWEET SHOPA

are up and this week the roof is being put on the $300ago.. FULL LINE 0F GROCERIES/

r 000 50-bed hospital scheduled for completion this sum- Qampalgn headquarters have'been setup' ,at 710 NW COLD CUTS COSMETICS

(;:,. ,were TThedford .Jqb son,_ minister of t. John 3rd ave. ThcJoffJc/II ia.pen dally, frdm DI.m.,to 5, .tntThe:| .; ';' : .1HW IIt".tJ.j! 4I .
M '
,1 '\ Rev. ,
: as general enalrman of office can be readied by phones FR 7-4760 or FR 7-4769.,
; BapfisVchurch, has taken over


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... ", REFUGE CHURCHElder us Easter Sunday morning at our
11 o'clock service. We ,
are hopjng -
'. Joseph J. Patterson, pastorYou
that Dr. ,McDowell will be
are cordially invited to ..
our permanent pastor beginning
attend our Women's Day Pro- ..
In June. All our friends are welcomed '
gram on Sunday, March ,15 at
to attend
5349 SW 24th st., West Holly morning service which our begins Sunday at
I wood. Free dinner will ,
served 11 am. at the Seventh Day Ad- .
Cf ventist School Auditorium 50thst.
to trdi GREATER NEW BETHEL and 25th ave.TRINITY .

.me Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor I
Mrs. R. Conley, clerk WESLEYANRev.

As usual on second Sunday, George E. Jonnsou, pastor
the junior department was given Mrs. Phyllis' Andrews, reporter
the opportunity to display their Sunday School.................. 9 a.ux
sass efficiency carried Morning worship .................... 11:01:
as they out
THE MAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE'10 splendid order of service. Young People's Meeting 5 p.m
I' 3078 N.W. 45th St.
I Rev. F. Bladk, one of elderly '
SATURDAY (MARCH 14, 1959 Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor associated ministers deliveredthe I MONROE MUSIC HOUSE

---- Sunday School........... 9:30: aom. Everything in
Gospel Music
Morning Service ............ 11 am Rev.message Everything for
C. delivered the the ChUrch.
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER NEW MT. CALVARY BTU ................................ 5:30: pjn McClary
evening Hymnals Furniture
Evening Service ............ 7:30: pan message. all kinds
N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m Future social gatherings at Easter music. Mal orders promptly -
Phone FR 9.1424 Edna E. Thompson, reporter New Bethel will feature the filled, 242 NW 8th st., Apt. 5.
MASSES MT. SINAI BAPTIST gospel in songs by the Spiritual l 36, Fla.
Daily ................................. 8 a.m Sunday School was openedat Harmonizers, when' Joe Walker in 4 Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8.30:, the usual hour ''by the Supt. Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastorD. station WMBM's blind gospel 1 t'#####" #,#,#" ,NNINI NNNM
Prayer by the Supt. B.. reporter boy will MJC. the occasion Sun
Our District Supt., Deacon
MT. ZION A. M. E. Ross was with us and we were A root is very important in a day night, March 15.'' Also the
more than glad to have him. We plant or a tree.: One may take a celebration of usher board' No.'s
22nd Ave. Comer 152nd St. ninth will
also enjoyed his encouraging re- green branch from a living tree anniversary convene
Opa Locka marks. and set it in the ground and fora Sunday evening at 3 p.m... Their
Rev. C. J. Jenkins pastor !program will feature
while it may seem to be living, musical selections

Sunday School............... 9:30: a.rr 1 Sunday School was closed by but, under the sun's heat, it will by various choruses of
Morning worship ............ 11 BJT 1.; Horatio Major. wither. It has no root. The root the city. Everyone is invited.CONGREGATIONAL.

League ...............-............... 5 par l' Morning prayer service was is not a very beautiful part of a .
Evening worship .......-..-... 7 pjr a'; conducted by Miller and tree it is hidden away out of
Slaughter. Prayer and devotional sight and nobody praises it
; yet Rev.
service was enjoyed by all it is essential to the tree's life. In pastor SCHEDULE
MATTHEW AMEZ The morning message was delivered like manner there is a hidden A E. McNeal: reporter
1628 N.W. 5th Aye. by our jasor? in two parts. part in every Christian's life. It Sunday Rev. Wilkes continued THRU FRIDAY
His subject /twas "Score a Home- does not seem to bless the his series of
Rev Daniel Pridgen, pastor ,, run." world Lenten sermons on 6:30: 10:00: a.m.
Sunday School..-..-....... 9:40: a.m, faith in It is the heart of life, the "Walking with the Master." This! JOHNNY COME LATELY
Morning Worship ............ 11 am .We had two wonderful /pray in His, communionwith God Sunday he will use as his subject t '
Evening worship ............ 7:30: pjn. ers coming from the Rev. J. W. Word and in prayer. No "Hiss Compelling Motive-Love." ?0:00: 11:00 a.m.
Louder and Bro. Freddy John- one Braises a Christian's inner I The Fellowship is looking forward (LOU'lSE
life; it is secret, and no one sees to a visit during Holy GRIFFINSPIRITUALS

GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. son.Mother Moore is still ill. it: yet it is the root of the !whole Week of Dr. and Mrs. Henry,C.
I strong, beautiful life which men i McDowell. The McDowells are on
James E. Culmer, pastor MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. jo see and praise, and whose ripe pre-retirement furlough In the 11:00: 12:00 (iNoon
Eddie Edwards, clerk fruit feed 'their hunger. This 11- United States. He served JOHNNY COME LATELY
Sunday School......-....... 9:30: ajn J. N Byrd, pastor iustration applies to life. in Chattanooga as pastor ;
any Tenn. for |
.... ...... 11OC wo .
Morning worship : Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter Sunday School was conducted years' then in 1919 sailed for 12:00: 2:30 p.m.
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pm NOTE: Visitors are always wel by appointed youths of the Angola, Africa where he served BLANCHE CALLOWAY

come. church.! It being the second Sun- Chilease, Dondi, and Galangu PRESENTS
\ ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU Order of Service aay and Youth Day, they carriedon until 1936.' In 1937 he was givena

Sunday School ........................ 9:30: (mixing in all of the impor- leave of absence and /was principal 2:30: 6:30:
...........................-... 5:30: p.m Morning worship 11:00: tant parts of the of Lincoln p.m.

Evening Worship ............ 7:30: pan BTU .................-....................... 6:30 vices. It is well morning said that ser-(the King's Mountain, N.C.Acadamy for seven!in ED COOK

Visitors always welcome Evening: worship .,................., 7:30 Sunday School is the plant bed years. After then pastor of the
: Sunday School........... 9:30: ama of the church. Dixiewell Ave.
........ 12:00 There Congrega.tionalchurch 1
Morning Worship : am can be no real and On last Sunday five persons in New Haven, Conn 1220On
323 N.W. 14th St. abiding happiness
without sac- joined the church until 1947 when
out of the returned to
Rev. J, L. Johnson, pastor rifice. The
women o f Mt. Tabor
< number, one Angola where he
'I I Sunday Services sacrificed was an adult, theothet's served until Your Dial
many comforts tu this .
are junior church membersand year.Dr.
make "Women's Day Drive" a I two of. those are candidates McDowell will preach for #" ,,," ,,," ," ," ,##,," #
BAHA'I'ASSfMBL; Y success. We are all very happy for /baptism. -."- .
and appreciative to our Christian _ ,
The a .
preaching service (Iwas :W' <<
Thomas R. Baumbartner, oi friends who helped and inspired good and very .
North Miami Nurseryman, wiiJ us during our drive. inspiring throughout
speak at the Baha'i Center, 137 Those (.vho were not able to the the day.morning The singing was good in Get out of the rut! Come and see
NW 77th ave., 7:45: pm. Sunday, worship with us at 11 e.m. miss- coming from the
.i March 15. His subject will be ed a real treat Our speaker for junior church chorus, and Sunday
"Outer Space and Heaven." All the morning, Mrs. Algernon Bo- board evening rendered by the usher

races and Faiths are cordially in- len of Ft. Pierce,. stuck to the chorus IBishop HunterWHO
We invite
i vited. theme of the you worship with
day: "Women
_ _ _ _ TodaY-Molding of us any time.EBENEZER.
and Shaping
Character for Tomorrow." Mrs. IS WELL
CORINTH BAPTIST Bolen said to us in so many METHODIST 4

1450 N.W. 59th St. words, that the women are models Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor KNOWN AS
Rev. W. T. Thomas of our next generation Whatever Ernestine '
pastor L. Hambrick, re:>olter t ;.p.3 wa
Phone NE 6-1518 a youngster decides to do, PROF. HUNTERFor
, Services every Sunday he never completes it without a I belong to the great church

Sunday School........... .9:30: a.m. glance at the model., In building which holds the /world within its the past 33 years
Morning Service ............ 11 a.m. character, we should strive to starlit aisles, that claims the great ; >.a
j'<< Evening Service ........ 7:30: p.m. make our lives as clean as we and good of every race, and clime
believe 'was the life of Christ that finds with joy, the grains of If you are sick and to p l t'

We are very happy to gold in every creed, and
\ THE announce floods worried or in trouble .,
INCARNATION our total amount raised with light and love the germs of
'''as a result of our drive. The to good in every soul. I II this is the place to h. / '

1635 N.W. 54th Street tal, $3,943.40, (was reported at Services were very high come. Don't in the i'i'e
on stay
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar
I the close ,
'I of the evening. Thanks I I Sunday. Rev. Hall delivered his

Susan Butler, reporter again,-_,__-, to_ our. many friends who second sermon-n_--- .In.. n_ !_:<_n-t..*-*<. *vi.* act....._-_ I' rut. Push back the veil tip' 4
Winter Schedule ueipea us in any way to make mons entitled liThe Authority or of the lack of understanding ..
Sundays: our program a success. Jesus. Don't fail to come and
and bad luck =
Church School and hear these very inspiring sermons a .jc ,,
Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: am I NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. that seem to hold you

Solemn Sung Mass and James E. Last Tuesday night choir No. 1 In your track and ad- '
Sermon .......-........... 11:00 am, Bro Vandell Brown pastor was in charge of class meeting.
r E. Y. C.; Meeting ........ 6:00: pm, Bovan, reporter Sisters Flora Baker and Terry. A vance forward by the "
Solemn Evensong and The observance of Youth total of 37 people were present. help of God.

.,y Sermon ......... ............. 7:30: p.a .m was held in our 11' ajm. services.Day Senior' usher board No. 1 invites r
Tuesday: At that time the youth were in i you to attend its Frappe Slip on Your home and every day life can be made
St. Vincent's. Acolyte Guild complete charge.They Sunday afternoon from 4 to 6. in He will show to happy.
Rehearsal .................... 5:30: p.m. the capacity filled audience proved that to the social hall. Don't fail to miss thing that God you bypass your enemies and get the
this affair put in the world for
Wednesday: they are willing and capable you. Let the
Low Mass .................... 8:30: a.m. carrying on after the grownup of Our pastor is away this week peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the
Evensong and Meeting of of today have moved on. Mrs attending the funeral of Rev. S. power that is in you will be awaken and will
i Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. Anne Smith of St. James AIM! Marion eeks in Gainesville and in, a higher state of mind and spirit. you.
Thursday: the board of trustee
Church delivered a very educe meeting and
The Choir of St. Michael's tional (message on "Our Children pastors clinic at Stewart Memo- Listen to Radio Station WMIE
And All Angels Are Our Jewels Let's ial Ohurch In Daytona Beach. .dial at 1140 on your
Rehearsal .................... 5:30 p.m. Them." Treasure '(Rev Hall baptised three babies Friday every. morning at 6:59 from Monday through
Friday: on Sunday and on Sunday at 6:45
Congratulations to Sister Willie Accepted the you are invited
to listen
SL Cecelia's Choir Mae Williams who membership at Miss Sarah Hicks to the Radio Ministry of Bishop
directed Hunter
Rehearsal.... ............. 8:00: p m the affair. to our Christian family. the Spiritual Temple of Zion Church located of
Stations of the Cross Next Sunday our pastor will Our sick list and shuit-ins: Southwest 17th St. Hollywood at 5417
11;; . NOTE: Sundays, Solemn MastHigh preach throughout the' day with 'Sisters Florence Holmes, 33S2 be accepted for the,continuation; Fla Donation will
Mass and Benediction ol choir and" usher board No. one NW 53rd St., Remilda Dames, of this broadcast.
the Blessed Sacrament on All at' the usual places. 1747 N W5th ave., Melvina Davis Prof. Hunter'
(Feast Days.Weekends. Let us bear in mind that oupastor's r 15821 NW 18th St., Opa Locks, to 4 office U open daily from 10 a.m.
f, : Low mass on all anniversary will begin Juanita Hanibal, Jackson Hos p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for reading and con

joly and Saints' Days. in the very near future, so let'smake pital. sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof i i. licensed
ti' Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on it a point to do our part by the State and County a* a Reader.
[ail, Feast Days. in this affair. NOTICEAll

[Stations of the Friday Cross, 8 pm. Church notices MUST be Pembroke One mile east of 7th Ave. on Highway 441 Old

Support Your typewritten double spaced Road. 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remem.
: The,church will return its visit YMCA and, on one sheet of paper. Copy ber the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West
Christ Episcopal Church onfltenday MembershipDrive MUST be Into our office by 0 Florida. Hollywood

[ eves n olemntEvensong.ythe p.m. Tuesday of each week to
Insure In..rtlon.-church Edlton .


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L. WALSH' TO ST. PAUL A. M. E. with us THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" '

The Laymen League is busy 'I
INDUCT DAY OF Rev. J. D. Washington, pastor planning for the fellowship din- SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1959 PAGE 11'
19th St. and 4th Court
ner which they :will sponsor on
COLLECTION Rev. and Mrs. Christina Wil- Palm Sunday. Plan to. have your
aft here and watch with liams- Delaney of Atlanta, Ga., dinner in the church refectory on Summit ConferenceOn the meeting.of and- to coordinated push the organization effort --
This invita- Palm
33:20. Sunday
will be our guest speaker Sun-
comes direct from Christ, day, March 15 at 7 o'clock. You have not given your fullest Voter Some of them are eBishop'Sherman
Is being given to all Catho- to. your Christian responsi- L. Greene, AME
and non-Catholic women'! You are cordially invited to. bilities if you only come to Registration !Ito be Church; Rev C, K. Steele, ,president -

the Women's Union of Holy come out and hear this great church on Sunday. Join a church Held in Jacksonville Inter Civic Council, Tallahassee
It Is your Invitation to evangelist find gospel preacher. auxiliary and make yourself a ; Edward D, Davis, presi-
Christ In the depth of your She is a member of the board of worktool for God. JACKSONVILLE A state- dent, Florida Voters 'League;
during five hours of silence, evangelism of the Georgia Conference Come to church on Sunday and wide "Summit Conference" of all Rev A. Leon Lowry, president,
and meditation under the She has attended Turner bring your friends. organizations has been called for Florida State Conference, NAACP

( of Fr. Walsh. Theological Seminary, Morris March 21, in Jacksonville to discuss and jnanywothers.

day will begin at 9 a.m Brown College. FIRST UNITARIANJames a coordinated voter registration An effort is being made to have
a special mass followed by program and to( launchout of thestate's
Come out and/hear of her representation from each
one C. Lee, president of the
course home cooked break- on a drive that will increase hand to
I great messages. May God bless First Unitarian Church and also 67 counties on
After breakfast will begin the number of registered Negro
successful and fully
and all. make this a
one of the Florida
you Conference of than
program of talks by Fr voters in Florida to more meeting All groups
private and Liberal Churches, will convene 800000. The meeting will be represented
- prayers and to send
Invited to attend
and times (when you MT. CALVARY BAPTIST the three day annual meeting of\ held in the Masonic Temple'sfifth are

Christ really talk together, Rev. E, M. Thomas, pastor the Conference at the First Uni- floor auditorium, 410 representation
material will be! avail- Phyllis Myers, reporter tarian Church of Orlando. on Fri- Broad Street and will begin. at
day, March 13, 8 Rev. Wm.
to' you or you may bring p.m. 10 a.m.
Fr. Walsh will hold "These things have spoken Williams, executive director of !
own. Leaders of some of this stated Don't Fret Fight
the Dade County Council
and talks that unto to that Joy be on
no you, my may civic and fra-
who loves Christ and In you,' and that your Joy may bo Community Relations, will be 'ternal organizations have Joinedin l IIt"
to know'about Christ and made full." one of the panelmembers discussing attendance at Join The
to urge a large
the topic, "Let's Keep
Catholic Church will think In obeying God's command we ,
Our Schools Open" that evening .
the usual - ---""- ""-
I missing.Women began our service st -
} Catholic and non- time with superintendent in at 8:15.: Saturday will be devoted

Catholic, should not miss attending hare of the Sunday School. to workshops and business ses-
the Day of (Recollection. It is sions. Dr. Dana McLean Greeley, PIANO SICK ?
with At 11 a.m.. the service was; of Boston, president of the
ecial appointment p
a. conducted by the junior deacon American Unitarian Association,
talk 'Wit him to ,
to pray
to ,give thanks to him, and to Stephens who, was assisted by] will give the conference sermonon SEE WM. PINDER Sr. I
meditate especially during Bro Smith. The music was fur- Sunday, 11 a.m. His subject '
incerely this lenten season. This is an n'shed by the Junior choir. Then will be "Is The World Getting FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A
Rev. Henderson, a visiting min Better?
time for us to recol- /
Ister rendered the morning'smessage
Jlect ourselves to be alone, "He Than] On Sunday, March 15, at the
subject, .
(undisturbed! and think of our Miami church located Dixic
God" taken from Acts 28:13.: on 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
{soul's salvation. Highway at SW 29th road, Dr SERVICEALONZA I
I Keep this short appointment !At 3:00: pan we had a tea giv Harry Stark will be guest speaker .
MU 8.3770
I with Christ! He gave his life for en b'y the Junior church Thei in the absence of Rev. Glenr
[us! Can't every woman-Catho-* at 5 p.m. we had BTU with the< O. Canfield who rill/ be attending

lic and non-Catholic, Join with'the resident In charge. the conference. Dr. Stary,
Women's Union Sunday, Sunday night the devotiona] economics professor at the University -
March 15 Just five glorious hours service was conducted by the of Miami, will speak. on
1 to commune with Christ? Please Junior Deacon Nichols and Ste "Helping The Ungrateful." FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME

make this affair a Must. It is a phens. The music was furnishec Sympathetic And oiiomlcal Services
splendid way to show thanks to by the male chorus. Our pastor: Greetings
Christ for being good to us. Christ delivered the night's message. AlonzA Fniiicls Director fund Hnibnlmer':

suffered much agony In the garden The public is always welcome< You arc cordially invited to Dr.' J. M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Boggs Evans
He stumbled and fell from to. come and worship with us. attend a Building Fund Tea nt Business Associates

carrying. the weight of the cross. the beautiful residence of Mr. Mrs. Klixabeth Kspy: Johnson, ItmaincM ManagerSpecious
Let us walk this journey with MT. ZION BAPTIST and Mrs. Booker T. Dunn, 1450
Christ on Sunday NW 152nd Terr., North Miami Modern Chapel and Slumber Room

For breakfast and dinner reservations Luvenla Knox Beach, March 15, 4 p.m.. Sponsored Miami Florida
please call Holy Re- Public Relations Officer by Gibbs AME Chapel, I 236 N.W. 7th Street ,

deemer Church, LI 9-2369. Last weekend 18 members oi Rev. J. Harvey Armstrong, pas: FR 9.5381 Phone PL 4.2857

most enjoyable time at C amp tor.NAPE

Sunday School began at Its Rocky Pine. These boys were Retired

usual hour of 9:30 a.m. with the accompanied by T. Stewar Here
superintendent, Miss Marva Trot I Greer Jr: Mr Greer's'rich experience -

man in charge. The lesson was gained from hayjnj A Membership in NAACP '
national -
it Alburtus B. ,
reviewed by the Rev. H. V. been a scout himself, makes
him to plan successfully "president of the

Stuart.The pastor was in charge of i i possible'for the kind of activities that Alliance of' Postal from Employees his homein is Is a Small Price .
the 11 a.m. service. The Rev H. growing boys will enjoy. visiting in
and he Jamaica, N.Y. To For, Freedom
V. Stuart was presented Monday, March 16, at 730:; Mr. Foster came to Miami for Pay .
preached a very touching( sermonon the Baby Contest will have a week three months ago and is .., ,
the subject, "Be What You p.m.Its climax. We urge every mem- still here. lie would like local Who else has done more for you? '
Are. No two choir ber of the church to uphold his members of NAPE to contact him
music with their organist, Mrs.U. or her responsibility in order I at 1537 NW'64t St., OX 1-7774. JOIN TODAY! ,
ushers'board ,
Higgs, and No.. one
boast of having our
that we can 1-
served. most successful contest of all
The 7 !ip.m. devotion was led times. We urge our friends to 1 The NAACP Phone FR 7-4831
by the pastor who then turnedthe out and share this program Join 809 N.W. 3rd Ave.
service over to Mrs. M, E.Culmer. ,come

After ringing a hymn,

Miss Vonnie Bain as introduced -' L -""- '
NEED MONEY! L '- -""'-"'- "-"'- " -"
ther It
A very spicy program was
rendered by students of Booker e 1st and 2nd mortgage loan $1,000 pay $21,25 mo. ."SERVICES"have

T. Washington. High School, Payoff all your bills $1,600 pay 31.88 mo. lent distinction to our name
which was enjoyed by all. Those additional cash 2,000 pay $42.68 mo. Our mOlt carefully guarded assets are 'the respect and confidence ,
MrsRosa e
appearing for reading were
Balloon Payments the people of Miami,,
Roberts, Jesse Blue, Mis: Get Rid of Thosa of .
I, Bain, and Harold Stuart; organ FREE-24 hour inspection Thjy" have been fostered by helpful understanding and practl'
selection by Willie Williams and cal Intelligence
vocal solo by Miss Ruth Austin. No Cost to You By eklll, and knowledge of requirements. '

Music was furnished by No.. 1 1 Dade-Broward Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL By quiet efficiency and good taste.
choir with their organist, Mrs. G
ANYTIME By facilities of classic dignity and homellko atmos
McFord, and No. 2 ushers served ,7"
\V A 3-7071 phere.
Hollywood :
TEMPLE BAPTIST Miami: FR By resolute principles and human aympathy.

These, throu; the "Serviceshave lent distinction to our name
The Rose of Sharon Club, Mrs, T .
V. Strachan, president, had a MANKER FUNERAL HOME

spicy program. Sunday afternoon ,

Deacon Every speaker. number A. J, Hanna was was Inspiring the JAMES 6701 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.9151

usual.Sunday Churches services affiliated will be with as: 5 & lOc STORE .. .sw.. aaa a a aa.. .swtanr

the Atlantic Coast Association ir::1o N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 WORLD F
the Miami area, are reminded tc 1200 AMQOSWMBM
attend a 'program Sunday at 3 r

pjn. The object is to assist in the MARCH 29th IS EASTER
Greater New SUNDAY
building fund (of
Bethel Baptist, Church, Carver (Lay.Away-NOWI 1)! C

Ranches, Rev. R. L. Greenwich, Boys' Suits $1.00 to 6.95Boys' r
pastor. The public is invited. Easter Dresses 1.00 to--5,75 Shirts 89* ,. 1.89
........ 59' '1,89
Sunday March 22, is Annual Girls' Slips Pants .. ... .... 49* US- TOPS IN LISTENING
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Rally Day. Loyal members and Socks ......".". 29* V39 5f &* Pp' .Hats ""....".......""....",.... H.OC "
..... upPocketbooks
friends are putting forth strenuous ; Ribbons, yd. Socks .... .. ..... 29* 39* r
of ................ .. 67* " -"
efforts to make this one .......... .... 35* SHOW
29 Undershirts, ea THE KING COLEMAN ,
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the most successful ever. Pantlee ....".....?.-... ".::: _

Weir The talented church \\ni\\organist present, In Charles a recital -I: FILLED EASTER BASKETS .................... 38c 2.60 o THE GOSPEL BLIND BOY SHOW

on April 19. Tickets are ou o THE BUTTERBALL SHOW .. '
sale. Drapes, plastic, pr. 89* Sheets ea. ................... 1.89

Curtains, pr. ._......-..; 1.19 FI"., ea .................... tOt LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLIOTT J. PIEZE

OX 6-0231 OX 6-0231 Drapes, cloth, pr ._,.-... 1.89 Pillows, ea. .............'.....*. 1.89
Pillow Cases, ea. ...-._ 38* o REV. IRA McCALL

Excitment at The Simplicity patterns and Money Order sottt every dayMondaythru 800 ON YOUR RADIO i
Friday 7:45 a.m. 7 p.m. Saturday til 9 4>m, -Closed

Carver YMCA Sundays-Go to Church

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MAMI TIMES 'The People Newspaper" I[i City Plans Easter .

I .MAIN 1959 j .r > "-O: ( ri.A J "4IMiQ gs i
w t>>AGE"\12 SATURDAY, .ity do Hunt' i + rr
I Egg fir, y
tt t .t VAn I

.. -- _ __ A giant Easter Egg Hunt ,open '
Open Letter to to 'all Dade County':children. ',will 1' : :

;. .be held :in Bayfront P tk 't4ti,4,, ,: : :. . ,,
Jofeh'Q..PublicDarjJohnQ Broward yea following l the annual 1

r Parade bn 'Easter Sunday, '' ." .

: County Other .events to be,'the I?
'I refer to you Jby' your first News Dade County .Mothers; of f
fttane because I feel J know you Twins Club in. conjunction with I
$o"'welL Because I kncMn you as the parade include' a twins' fash- 1 .

well as :I. do. I'm sure you will 8yWalter ion show, a search for the, oldest

Carne to my aid when you've tins in Miami'' and a '. win :"",} '; .: ".' - ,
heard'my ,prc blen. Bow Teens"- conest.. : r'. rI
Council .*. :/ TABLES Job 'Opportunities i
,1a'in the Dade County .
,, "Double ,
M ,- r4) Exposure"the !
Formica. Tops $3.95
is to help : up
for Youth. My Job
fashion show will be held in '
who need The fl.W. HvChamber of Com 5'ep'. End Coffee The Greater Miami Urban
troubled youngsters < -
with City 'Qf
conjunction a. Mir/: League' announces Job opportunities -
and understanding. Why mer111. meet at the home 'II ,
guidance Baydron4'ark .NE 3-8323
band concert
of 'Johnson Monday night, Jn .. .t. for the folIo Nlnr positions:
that some your O'tNeal '
John, ,I'know .: Bandshell, March 18 at 7 } : A4
All members. Realty assessor, accountant I,
relatives are entrusted to my March 16 at .9 pop. Immediately fOll wing.the
This posting machine operator II, -
Therefore, I'm calling on are asked toe'present.
care. fashion show huge Easter bas-
you for active support dn helpIng meeting Is/ of'..g\e *t'1rn!>odarlce. ket will be set a up in front of ;, LEGAL NOTICE;;; ,, dall) officer waste, truck houseparent driver parkin(Ken-,?

me> do my job well. Bayfront auditorium where it NOTICE IS ,..HEREBy.icnvENthat ; '
violation checker, plumbing inspector -
Jewel Eason of 4001
Mattie desiring
the to
will remain until Easter. undersigned;
Last year I did quite a lew SW 28th' St., Hyde Park, and engage In .business under the fictitious I, customers accounting
things for the boys and girls William Lord ''Walker were mar- name of APOLO BAR, at clerk I, machinist, ramp clerk! ,
from Dade County who are attending ried Sunday,, March. 8 at 3 pjn. Plans For Annual 4928 .NW 32nd- ave., in the City ;clerk II, fireman, clerk typist,
the State School (Youth Congratulations to the couple. clerk stenographer I.
of Miami, Dade County, Florida, ;
flail, Silver Oaks, !Forest Hills Easter ,ParadeThe inte nds register' the said name For detail'infonnation regard-
for girls, and :Marianna. for (boys) Airman Earl Murray will be with the' Clerk of the Circuit ing the above jobs, contact H.
Some of the things I did last stationed at the Homestead Air Southland, Singers*of Mi- Court of Dade County, Florida. llen Wheatley Jr.; of the Greater -

year were: I Force Base after his furlough He ami again invite you to bring Dated at Miami, Florida, this Miami Urban! League, phone
1 1. Refurnished Youth Hall's I is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- your children out and take partin 17th day-of{ February, 1959. FR 1-6476. ..

lobby. ter Murray of Carver Ranches. their third annual Easter Parade John, Platts, Owner! MU
2. Provided more than 80 of fashions. This affair is + WANTEDEXPERIENCED

Christmas gifts for girls and The Carver Ranches Elemen- being given to benefit this groupon FOR SALE50x150
girls at the State Schools. tary School new ''building will be their' annual tour. Bring your Beauty Operator
3. Provided clothing for needy dedicated sometime in April. children], out and register them at at Justamere Beauty Shop, 403
Children who reported to the 'door. There -Is admission DEERFIELD BEACH ir.. NW 17th St. Call FR 1-9368 or
were Watch for the correct date. wr ; I .
the office by the probation officers Each child will be a model in on, S.E.. 2nd .Ct; East of S.E. Is. residence, phone FR 4.12229
the teachers. I their respective groups; Terr.'Terms' ,.Call Miami. FRank- ,
:and visiting : age
of Thanks '
Message ,
There will also be an adult tin. ".7-4812. tnda SALESMAN: colored, intelligent,
,This year I've made even bigger group of models this year: led I well .groomed to sell class rings,
plans for the youth dn our Mr. and !Mrs. L. K. Hill and I on by a professional model 'of LOT. 'Reasonable, price. Nassau etc. to Negro High Schools in this
area and If these plans Are tQ son Kaybert were host and hostess our fair city. You can't afford to"miss Village 'Front Wolf Road. Beth area. Successful ,applicant must
become a reality I '11 have to became to nearly 200 guests at the house this affair. Which will ,.beheld el Sundries, 8828,, NW 18th are. have car in good mechanical con-
warming of their new home at Phone ,0.1.-8186. dition without indebtness and'
more dependent on !you; on Easter Sunday at 3 pjn.
West Hollywood, Fla., which wasa consent to paid factory training.
John. at the Longshoreman:'Hall j oNiLrAi: t '
If you desire to aid me financially tfayly atf it- with a very deco- ? House or office Write Mr. Heberger, The Metal
or !become >a part of my rated home of flo-vers arrangement'anda I .A contest will also 'terminate'oh oft valuable business lot. 1168 Arts Co. Rochester 21, N. Y.
hast:"of: frien'da'fcnd that Sunday, with: contestants NW 82nd 'st. IndfROOMJNC
organization you may do so by sponsored by members of the
well wishers they take this
contacting one of the newly elect-. Live-in !Positions
method at group and some nurseries and .
ed officers of the ,council for : ;;thanking"everyone! HOUSE" valuable
1959. The officers that was present for .their time : kindergartens of our. city. "Thesecontestants business 'lot. Will pay itself off. !Hostesses, we pay $2.00 trans-,
are. I
and the twill be 'named. at a portation to for livein
President Mrs. Elizabeth ( many wonderfulLgilts. A 1172 NW 62nd st. lads you any
Johnson very special thanks to Rev. M, J. later date, h I girl we place. Positions now( '
vice president Mr
: 2lbedroom
Withers Mrs Fayson and Rev.E. D. Richardson MODERN.' apt., stove, available in best Beach homes.
; recording secretary, for the wonderful way they refrigerator ,and water, quiet. Up to $50 week. Come early In

Wright Portlodc.OX. ; corresponding. secretary, carried out, the dedication. Also FOR SALE Inquire 844: NW 70th St., apt 5. morning, bring clothes Mrs.
Mrs. "
Mrs. Florence L. 'Small 6f Be- : NA 1-6952. ind Mack, Reliable Service 432 .
thune-Cookman College\ ; Mrs. S. :. Espanola, Miami Beach. A4
(, H. Gleen, Mrs: L. Brown, and 100''' Ft. Overseas Highway 2560 NW 155th ST. 3 bedroom

6-0231 OX 6-02 1f Miss .Joyce Fayson. of Homestead frontage. Ready for ,Motel. home Call Mr. Johnson OXford .
:: for the //way; Hhejf ,conducted the Excellent location. 19541. A "RHOMANIA"is
: ., Q'EDi tour of'the house, the 'guest book' 1
: and care, of the gifts, Thanks' Total 'price ,$5,500The. LARGE -b3 droorn house with ,
:i":i>" Excitment at The. the''many' chapters of the OESaHSyErogressiv modem age furniture, with income on the way
'\ new Causeway to the '
,. property, suitable for professional -
. chapter No. 29
:, Carver YMCA for a most wonderful gift, a Keys ,will make, this! prop- person. 5520 NW 13th ,
: b.?tv,tiNI.,chairw 'nd.-taible: :.whichis erty very valuable. ave.HOUSE..
: !' On April ,i2, 34; ;! r FOR SALERichmond
in the
J George' Dykes Reg. Broker
1 .. .which will long! |be ,temembered: ,, : I : NW 67th St. Call
( Phone FR 3-9922 Heights
and to be remembered are two II I OX 15614. 'Rev N.. F. Clark,

cakes .donated J by >.Mw.' Mary 1552 'NW' 68th art.
.Beautiful homes of your'choIce
The Best Peopre Monroe arid Mrs.' Juanita Shep-
on popular Boulevard
hard .and. the ones that work so FOR RENTFURNISHED and on Fillmore street in Dade's
Live at faithfully In 'serY ni food,,
.. Only $1,500 Cash cleanest community.
,,' Atlantic Manor ,, : '"Mis.1 Mary.. B. 'Marshall, Mrs: one room, apartment Price $13,500' :.... Terms

GardenApartments- 'Nellie ,Byars, Mrs. Pauline Steed, 2-bedrOom 'CBS' fully fur- roundings., all efficiency. Driveway, private for sur Your- own plan If you like
Mrs Flora' your on one, or'two lots .
Lepton, Mrs. Viola nished Including Cashing car. In Opa Look, Bunche Park. .
Johnson; Mrs. Velma Harrison, Phone NA 1-6854.
,.32nd Ave. and 42nd St Mrs. :Agnes Davis and Mrs. Annie .. machine. See this i today. I Ora D. Taylor .
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,.' I ore of Perrine, and may'the PARTLY FURNISHED. 3 bed REAL TV BROKER

Northwest good Lord. bless' and keep'you 'Great Southern'Reatlors room house, 1723 NW 5th place. 14601 Lincoln Blvd. "

all.. Call OX 1.7765, or come to 1843
Ll"I ,Marl4 ... I NW 67th st Richmond. .Heights, Fla.;

.. !" ( CE 5-424G :.
C VE.GjVE\TO.? THE NE3.2696 i RENT 'with option to buy 2 bedroom ...
CBS Oak' floors, large cor-
1 UNITED'' FUND!II! ner, carport, awnings. Richmond

('i'; FOR SALE Heights. Phone CE 5-6262, MO

w 70791. FencesCHAINLINK '
.! $1,000 Down I . ;

Modern 2-bedroom CBS DON'T DELAY FURNISHED APT. 1 bedroom,
775 NW' 69th st. Free electricityand '
home. Balance $125 month.S water. Apply after. 6 pan. tt1Jsr ROOF WIRE
ee 2243 ,N.W. 51st Terr. i We 'have over 100 homes in the. Liberty City and

. Edison Center areas. ,Here's your' chance to' live near
the Orchard Villa School., We arrange all financing.. Awnings .
't $2,000() Down4unit " .
4 Open Saturday and Sunday Operators ALL-ALUMINUM
',. CBS. ExcellentIncome .1 I Section Works

f .J FORD REALTY' Ladies .Presses We sell the finest fence and

; 821 N.W. 54th, Street PL 7-2559! awnings at a fair price!
Factory Expedience'
', s .
,,, $5.0QQQwn! SHIRELL FASHIONS Call me, day or night, ,' at. '

t :,Large 2>bedroom house .at. N.W., PL 4-7929 for :free esti ..

-.' r;. :*345 'NW 58th"St. J . .,: 218, 25th $t. mate. 10'years of experiencein ;
this business '
; hundredsof

. F COMMUNITY w. ,/Fla.'' ., satisfied, customers .to .. _
$500 Down
recommend: me. .t
a 'rbedroom. CBS. Price $10- p ; ..
,. :> '' DRUG STORE } NO
900. Balance $87.50 month. . ". DOWN
1. ..
Vest Hollywood. 1 FHA FINANCED.
COR. ,N.W 15th Ave. & 68th ,St. Mortgage Only
1 .
$64 monthly pays'on. a);lovely -

1CH *RtES H. PYJTE PRFSPRIPTIONS' CAREFULLY fiLLED I CBS.::2-bedroom home, no Your neighborhood sales

K . # Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery qUalifY R.. all.I'J ; representaiveF.
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PLaza 7.8151 ..:_. Crown II
t PHONE OXford,, lr7S15: )j jCM e ,. Fencer Co., .
; .';'nor. PI aza4.O782 I k,. '. 'f NE 7185"W.W. 26jb Ave. '- **
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7 f CARD"1 1 OF THANKS" ,:>, THE, : MlAM4TIWES>; Peoples Newspaper'j

I CARDS g M RIAuq I lateL.-.1.o..1 The mother and family of the SATURDAY, ;MARCH |.14'959., , PAGE 13. I

.Jo ;''\p Yr. sF -
' -r :wish to: express' their appreciation ITans.Homestead: was estival'ff: One 1c! t.
,'RD OF THANKSThe f + ARh OF't' Ai Nks ..anhanks, to the many Burled :;Friday,' 'March'* 13 in* vWgreeri -

I The husband. and >{ajrnfly oi, the 'friends and, 'neighbors for theb'ki.ncl Cemet y. t i li': Playa at NorthDade
family of the late, lath. expressions of sympathy'luring .
WALTER: H.;(JACKSONwho y "':::"" __i. _uu._ u '" ;their, hour, of sorrow, tMrs. Taylor, 216A The North" ,Dadd Little..Theater
died February 22,''f 1959 y Almeta, Townsend, mother at. died in JaCkson'Me-
iw6th: : : Guild will serve as host td a festival
wishes to express their,appriecLation And :Family morlal ,,:Hospital on March 11. of, one-act plays which will,
to the many friends lor the Funeral6:be held from the at Northi. Dade High
Lir 1N MEMORIAMIn March 16 at be presented
kindness and thoughtfulness dur Monday, Monday, March Jfl
auditorium on
IhapeI'fon -
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ing the, dark hour of bereave- loving memory of our darling ;1.1'-'''. -.u i'N\ according to. Charles D. W re e,
ment. .Special\ thinks.':,to neVi mother, principal. f t..t
Davis and the Thqmpson .' '
Home for their services rendered :JENNIE FERGUSON' The 'Bargain 'Stop, fThe 'one-act plays will.tiq > tej
to us. )who, departed this life March''18, sented Iby drama groups 1.f o ni
Gratefully"Mrs. .... J957. She is gone, ((but not forgotten 2200 N.W. 36th ,St. Booker T. Washington, North:

Emma.Church and to that Heavenly home Offer. western 'Carver. and, North'' Dade' ,
Family (r ibavetaan'e Unclaimed Layaway, i( : schools. .
"sw et day we long to meet T y I ,
: her ,' SALE The evening'of" ,,0ne- ct'J plays
CARD OF THANKSThe 1k'I IG And 'share in her infinite love.:' ,' have been well chosen. The. program -
1 I.
9x12 of'dra-
God knows horn much we miss Brand iNew( includes four types
family of the late, you Rugs :$17 ma. The Northwestern Play ta
DEMOS CROMPTON fade : will present 'Special Guest,"* '*
Never, shall your memory
Deciding $16
wish to thank Rev. A. D. Hall Loving thoughts shall always Hollywood mystery by Donald Esler. The
and members of Ebenezer Methodist , wander, Foam 'Nylon Sectional cast includes Marva Pleze, Otis

Church, Choir No. 1, .also To the spot where you were laid. !Couch $90 James, CynthJa Williams, Lewis
St. Paul AME and the, many Rose ,White, daughter Many More Items Williams, and Alvin Bra .11 'as
friends for. their letters, tele- Harold Ferguson, son Edward. Mrs. Lona B. Simmonsis
grams and cards of condolences, And The Family the director of the play, which
also for gifts and floral piecsdurng U'_ _ has "revenge" as its theme.

: the hour of grief Words MRS. IDA MAE FARllINGTON The Carver drama group under
cannot express our gratefulness \ take this method of tanking aV $500 Cash the direction of Clarence Brown
to all of you. May God bless eachof the neighbors, friends who were DEATHSRange will< \ present a serious drama entitled -
you forever. I so kind to her during her illness $85 Monthly "The Storm" The memoryof
Doris C. Butler and FamilyAcknowledgement and to the family during, our bereavement unfurnished an unfortunate accident
,' for telegrams, cards 2 bedroom haunts the lives of two people, is
I letters, flowers and s.words of . :bungalow,. newly decorated. the story of the play The cast for
: consolation. Especially our1*,thanks vacant, move right in. this drama includes Joyce Land,
It: Is with heartfelt apprecia- to station WMBM and ta Rev. H : ,Alfred'Mims, of 1040 NW 3rd Scenla Adams, Ronald Thompson.
ton; that the family of the late, J. Benson agd members -of Sale ave, died at the Paravilla Con. 'Great Southern Sandra Johnson, and Frank Hal-'
ROBERT OLLTiFF JUNIOR : ten Chapel AM); Church. .,' ,v valescent Home ,on. March 5, following lenshed. 1'1,
who 'passed away on Feb. 28, The" Family -. "' an !extended period of ,ill Realtors
wishes. to express its thanks to J ness. Mr. Mims was, a one time '"Night Scene," a tragedy, will
the many friends and neighbors popular figure in Miami lIe operated NE 3-2696 be presented by the Booker T.Washington's .
during its bereavement. ; several restaurants in the Sehlor Thespians.The
Thanks for your cards, tele- In sad but, loving memory 01 vicinity! of 3rd ave. ,and 12th 'st., , play, under the direction of
grams, letters and flowers. Special ,our beloved mother :*ixd'grand: and later on 3rd ave, and 15th I Leroy ,Washington. .i is about .a
thanks to Rev. E. D. Richardson mother st.: He was known by ,his many dope addict that is in aesporaieneed
: forcea
and members of Antioch MARTHA BAKER SYMONETTE friends 'as Wong, For many years :I, of a 'fix lie tries to and
Baptist Church of Brcfwnsvillp who departed this Jifet:March 17. he was., an active member of the FOR SALE ', :1 druggist tragic to give to him Thecast'

We express our best to the 1950 at Key West. Gone but not Elks lodge. Mrs. Theodora Stito- creates'a for this unusual script includes ,
church for the condolences sent forgotten bins of Opa Locka is he godchild ,George Little' Henry Jef'
In behalf of Mr. Olliff passing. To Asleep in Jesus peaceful rest : .and tlosest Survivor: Chapel services Brand 'New, /Model Barbara Williams, and
the Range Funeral Home for,services Whose waking is supremely. blesto will' be conducted on Sat- ferson-Daniels. ,..'
: rendered we offer our sin- \ fear, no woe '.shall dim. that urday, March 14' at 2 p.m Burial 3-bedroom, hardwood Sam
cere thanks. hour, '; will be conducted in City. ,Ceme- The North Dade Little Theatre
Adell Olliffwife; That manifests the Saviour. tery. floors garage, Guild's offering is a farce by Wil.
Thelma R. Clark, daughter power 1 Uaan do Mille entitled "Poor Qld
John and Jonathan The Family *' Dwain Green three month '' Jim." The tory is about, Jfati?
Olliff, sons Harry Symonette, son old son of Mr.. and Mrs. Otis 1845 N.W. 57th 'St., who is o habitual drunkard. His
Lucy blxon, sister Bernice Farrington, Dght/, Green of,4301 NW 29th aye., died friend and wife devise a plan to
David and Solomon William Symonette,. son at Jackson Memorial Hospital on Open Sunday! 3 to 5:p.m. break him ot, this h..bitrt.Thelr:
Olliff, brother .. Six grand children 'and. Marc!}, 6, Chapel services wereconducted plan results Jn ,a hilarious ending.The .
March 10 of the cast'' are Albert -
six great grandchildrenKey on Tuesday, members
West, Fla. burial *as 'conducted at Lincoln Jenkins, Yvonne Spotford,
-- ,William Dunnas
Memorial Cemetery.Richardson. Mary Ashford,' and
family of the late, IN MEMORIAMIn I Terrific Bargains! J| Jim James Randolph is the
i I director 9f"th r '-' ,,., . . .
father LorraineFarrlngloril
" -" memory of our dear director is
f ,
and great grandfather is stage mana
grand $690 .Cash Michael Duncan
,) : Willie C. Jackson, 145 SW" 3rd .
died' Ih the ger.
court., Homestead,
tt this world into Dade County Hospital at Kendallon One Mortgage Payment is an, admission charge.
,. who departed month. Neat and
The 'body "will be Only $83 a
March 9 be obtained
eternity Feb. 21, 1W6. Reserve tickets may
Ga., on clean 2-bedroom home10velYI;
have passed since you left shipped to Camilla, :by calling North Dads High
years -where arrangements screened porch. No qualifying
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us.. Sweet memories still linger in March NA 10536. '
the hearts of those who were so will be completed.Little $8,990 TOTAL

close to us. 'There are vacant
10255 ,
Hazel Flowers,
homes which can
places in our .
never be filled. Sadly missed by ,$995 CashBuys Prayer Change Things

t -. your Only loved a look Jesus lovely 3-bedroom, partly 'Look ladies! Having problems
FOR RENT stamped eU--
with ? Send
Oh so bqwed down care. furnished home In excellent con-
i He has promised to.defend' thee. dition. addressed .envelope with'
He will all your burdens share. 10-roorn rooming house $1.00 bill and receiveJ4i

Only a look only a look, Newy) decorated I 1! Only ,$12,300. Blessed Cross to' wear or
from tin <
Turn A look ye away will brine salvation . ...... .. I. . ... .' carry in, your ,purse. All

-i( eternal life to win I ., . 'f ...- Gold Coast Realty ,. mail answered $end ,:todayto

Clark J Russell son $30 'per week CROSS MT., 244 Mclntire
4301 N.W. 2nd
Milton J. Russell, ton ,. Savannah Ga. > M
PL 1-2426 St. ,
Edward B. Russell, ', ,ion" 2916 N.W. 48th Terr. ,
Elva Roberts .
ii PII1tcz." Marie Green
MR. HENRY Mispah Oates .-- \ Call FR 4-8398
.'A ho died March 3 and was!" buried Annie Jones ..
March. 10 wish to 'thikkr their, Grace Toles, daughters
many: friends for flowers, cards Bertha Russell \ .FOR RENT
telegrams! ,, cars, letters! and all daughter1nlawEddie \ '
acts of kindness shown them Green, son-in-law Support LARGE FRONT SLEEPING PORCH,
during their recent, berea eme;>1. Gol Jones, son-ln-l YMCA Membership 3 'BEDROOMS,
Especially dore thank the Edna Sands, sister REFRIGERATOR AND STOVE FURNISHED,_ ;HOT
flange Funeral Home and Rev. I Cleveland Russell, brother Drive BEDS.
P.. D. Brantley for their: untiring KeWest. Fla. I AND COLD WATER, 2 HOLLYWOOD:

services; 'rendered .. *
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Nuna Rosa Lee Pierce Pierce, mother, wife wsm # ,2345 N.W. 56th,Street

Lida Bell Spencer sister '
Ollie Whitlow; sister ,$20 WeekATTENTION.
Willie Paul, Andrew and "
Roger brothers ,

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Half Ton, Truck I We now have beautiful 2 and 3 (bedroom CBS homesin

n 'For, Hire :J your price Category of $15,000 to $25,000. ANA
.. except 1Wednesday.
financing. Open everyday
DAY OR NIGHT J to see these homes call
... .Promot, reliable service Jut. tta- AVBTCI KUJfl,FLORIDA,%.... OX 14111, OX tauso..r.d .

Rates FORD '
Reasonable. Aa.. Ie..,..ear .o..r....... Ucnw/: . .?...,.. Incter REALTYJPLJ25S9 ,
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I An early morning fire, Monday, mediate damage estimate of the the cause Fireman Jimmy
March 2, destroyed Curtis Hall, 37 year old dormitory was unavailable Williams, 24, 113% Mary D'I
a three story, brick dormitory College officials said it suffered a fractured spine
building at Bethune-Coofcman was insured for $150,000( ( plus his ladder slipped, causing him
College. Damage exceeded 150. $15,000 for the college equipmentIn to fall from the flaming building i
000. The 84 sophomore and the building. Firemen said the about' two hours after the fire i I4
freshmen girl students all escaped blaze apparently started in a department reached the scene. His
without injury. Four firemen third floor utility room around condition was reported good at
were hospitalized during the 4am. but Fdre Marshall Frank Halifax hospital. /
five hour fight against the fire, E. Viall continued his investigation Three other firemen later were f
one for a serious injury An im- in an attempt to determine carried 'ifrom the scene to Halifax 4
overcome by the smoke.
Hospitalized for observation /iwere
v THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' New.paper" firemen Edgar L. Erogden, 305(
Jackson St.; Francis DeBar, 540
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1959 N. Ridgewood ave.; and John T -
Clardy, 744 Terrace Ave. Fire
I Chief William Terry also had to
i receive hospital treatment for

What Does the smoke attendants burn reported.of his eyes. hospital TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

f The 84 students alerted by H-vo!
girls who discovered smoke coming -
out of the third floor utility J sea 4f TML RANK OAOANIZATIONKENNETH
Negro Want ? room, evacuated Into the chilly ,, t. MOREANIGHT
dawn' in their bed clothing, many . .TOLD
barefooted. Mrs. Henrine Banks, ,,ASIT&EALLY
Much has been said and (writ I half, as should be true for all cit. dean of women said there was TO
ten about, "What the Negro i liens, to be based upon deeper no panic as the fire swept throughthe
Wants." Recently 112 Negro min- values than purely humanitarian building. She said the struc- fR': ;- MrMEE ,
isters in Dallas, Texas, signed a philanthrophy paternalism. ture was cleared by the students ,
statement listing what they believe 5. His differences ibe 'neither within five minutes. The students w-
is the desire of the Negro Ignored or accentuated. lost all of their clothing and ,belongings -
citizen. 6.. ,Unity in diversity. Americais in the blaze. But ,within
The statement Includes nine a diversified country. The Negro several hours, a supply of cloth-
points and follows: wants to be accepted in ing was sent to the college by
terms of the American .culture the College Advisory Board. An
The Negro wants: and wishes to play his part along appeal for more clothing was issued "
l.No Special Privilege. Merelythe with others in making America and will be accepted at the
rights of first class American a strong cosmopolitan nation.. City Island Recreation Hall, Mrs.
citizenship in all aspects 7. Unity on equal termsnotof Banks said. Dr. R. V. Moore col-
2. To be'iesipected as a person superiors dominating to interiors lege president, said it would cost
at least $290,000 to raplace the
-not a race. Christianity and H'
democracy both teach this. 8. The right to live and find 55 room dormitory '
3. To live in a truly free society I free expression of his native endowment ;IO7
4J;. to be released from the as an individual. This : ,.
:1' terrifically harsh effects of seg- involves the whole realm of FOR SALE .
regation to live in an atmosphere equality in political and economic '
i where there is opportunity rights, which include job-opportunities CINEMASCOPE
j, for mutual confession, under- schooling, public New 3-Bedroom Why FaarTho Horror, 1.'
standing, forgiveness, and love conveniences, etc. 2-Bath Home off the Future?
for fellowman 9. Peace and in
I harmony an
4. Services rendered in his be- ordered society, Hardwood Floors Garage YOU CAN ONLY \, .

Large Lot 70x90 DIE ONCE!

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Johnson of MiamiDinners -, .. -"" '/ ...,... ::. '" STARTS THURSDAY I

,. Parties Weddings Passports ..

Home Movies
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Baby Pictures A Specialty .
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born with power Mme, Farran Is nationally ... .J I IldasutmRlwWMssca .
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hat returned to help you :'with your personal -

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or In distress' ? Mme. Far ran removes evil ;..., Sun. Mon. Tue . (Wed
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her th and happiness. ,Phone NE 43267 for appointment. GARY COOPER OBI CCU

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If yoy cannot, come send 2 one dollar bills with stamped, "Looking For Danger"'With ASS&
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Expressed GratitudeR. THE MIAMI TIMES 'The People*'" Newspaper"

Good \ I 'I
Morning Judge SATURDAY, ;.MARCH 14, 1959 PAGE IS

News From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court

JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON Rev. Johnson HeadsHospital persons volunteering their services -
goes out to the people of
By Elliott J. Piexe, Times Staff Writer Campaign our fair city, they will, gladly respond /il

... .t tp this most worthy cause.
1 1 I 1 I I I _ _ _
I Rev Thedford Johnson, promi- I'm 'happy tp'Serve as Its chair

Another very Interesting session the guard Iwuuessed: the tran- nent minister, has accepted the man." ,
of Judge John D. Johnson's saction. Stubbt. position of general chairman of '
men filed the '('Local families business units
Municipal Court /was witnessedon charges against Oliver. the reactivated fund raising campaign ,
and organizations as well as individuals -
for Christian Memorial
Monday morning, March 9, In court Oliver said that
when the total number of cases Stubbs tried to proposition him Hospital now 'being 'built at 4700 swill be given an oppor-
listed for NW 32nd ave. tunity to place Memorial pledgesat
trial on the official for a bribe but
docket of the- day reached 81. by Judge Johnson upon, Oliver's questioning It Is set for completion this the hospital by becoming don-
story financial
ors to the compaign.
Another over-capacity crowd was did not stand up. summer "I am deeply InterestedIn
present be-fore the court ''the complete. success of this Campaign headquarters have
Judge Johnson
was found
Oliver been set at 710 NW 3rd
up are.
campaign said Rev. JbhnJson
called: to ordSr by the Bailiff, guilty on the bribe charge and
The office is dally from
which will make possible for open
Officer! Clyde Lee fined
$150 or 60 days in
Jail our community more modern and 9 a.m. to 5 iP.m. The office can
Somewhat disturbing was thec The judge also found Oliver not adequate hospital facilities." be reached by phones FR 74760or
of Albert Parker guilty on the drunk
se charge.
a middle FR 74769."RHOMANIA".
"I believe that, when the significant -
aced man of 500 NW 12th
facts have become known
Among other cases heard and
was with
disposed Metropolitan Miami will be hap-
of were the following:
with knife Mrs.
a Irene
James to contribute to the successof
Mincy, charged with
lor of 11145-C NW 5th The :
ave. running this most important' campaign,
Incident a stop sign, driving a
strange occurred about car without an Inspection sticker S MACK which must not fail I'm of a
3:30 Sunday afternoon at Perry's and with driving without a driv- firm belief that when the call for is on the way
Cafe, 1157 NW"5th ave., according er's license, fined $50 or 20 days. Please allq me the privilege
to the court's records. Newman Harrison, charged to thank you for the wonderful

Mrs. Taylor told the court that with assault and battery with a service given me during my resent -
!she was working at Perry's Cafe gun on Charles Rooks, fined $75or illness and confinement in DON'T LOSE YOUR LICENSETO
on Sunday, and that Parker accused 30 days and the gun was con Pratt's General Hospital. To all
her receiving a 20 dollar fiscated. my friends, especially John Griffin DRIVE

bill from him, In payment for Rosemary Williams, charged Post No. 165, American Legion. Everybody Can Get And Everybody Can Afford
4 meal which Parker had eaten with assault and battery with a Also to Rev. Edward T.
there, and of refusing to give rvine bottle, on Lula Mae Larson, Graham of Mt. Zion, Baptist -
him his change from the bill. Mrs. fined $150 or 60 days. Church and his Stewardess. Again
Taylor .declared that she had received Clarence Scott, charged with many thanks. SERVICE FIRST INS AGENCY

only a one dollar bill from vagrancy, fined $50 or 20 days. Respectfully,
Parker and had not seen any 20 James Pitts, charged with failure Roscoe S. Mack 645 N.W.36th St. '16650 N.W. 27th AvenuePL
dollar bill Mrs. Taylor added to obey the orders of a .police 1730 NW 3rd Ave. 9-5284 'NA' 4-1811

that Parker drew a large: butcher officer, fined $25 or 10 days; Six Month Policies Start as Low as $12 Down ,
knife on her and threatened to Otis Fowler Jr., charged with
kill! her If she did not give him reckless driving and with driv- Free X-rays in
change from a 20 dollar bill. ing without a driver's license,
fined a total of $500 or 20 dayson Coconut GroveThe
The manager of the cafe came the two charges combined.The .
In Just as Parker was approaching OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
Mrs. Taylor with the knife total number of cases list- mobile unit of the !Dade

raised. The police l vere called ed for trial March 2 was the reg- County Tuberculosis Association
and Parker was arrested. will offer free tuberculosis chest THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
ular 80. The session may well b<
Tn court (Monday morning x-rays Thursday and Friday of
called an above average one,
this iweek March
Parker denied having a knife! ( 12 and 13 at
the courtroom was filled with an
and declared that Mrs. Taylordid Toback Pharmacy, 3677 Grand
over-capacity crowd long before Ave., Coconut Grove. Hours
receive A 20 dollar bill from
change.But him and. did not give him his the Judge first case James was E.called McCrary to order of will ibe from 3 to 7 pjn. 1 : r'n'oY,"

Rdbbins Ill., was a very pleas- On Monday of next week,
the Judge failed to go ant visitor to the local court on March 16 the unit will be at

'along with Parker's story, The i Monday morning. Judge Mc- the George Washington Carver

.Judge found _Parker .guilty, and I Crary'sat in on a majority of the School, 238 Grand Ave., Coco-
tined mm $75 or 30 days In Jai day's session. I nut Grove, and will be open
t Among other cases heard and Among the many highlights of from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 ? F M1 t.I

disposed of were the following: the day's session was the case

Thomas Austin, Rosa Lee Higgins of Fred Jackson, who was pan.On Tuesday, Wednesday amThursday 1 '.Ct tls
Frankie Mae and charged with disorderly conductby .
Knight .March 17.19 inclu-
Percy Green were creating a disturbance, assault sive, the unit will be located at
with disorderly conduct by creat- with a gun on Miss Catharine Pierce Playground, 3285 Brodk- N
ing disturbances Miss Knightwas Jones and reckless and er St, and will offer x-rays 0
also charged with assault careless display of a gun. : from 3 to 7 pan
and battery with spit on Prison The series of incidents occur- r
Guard' Richard Whitney. The red on Saturday afternoon about Mrs. Arie Gary, staff member -
disturbance incidents occurred 3:40: at 1626 NW 58th place. of the local tuberculosis association mjr years of Experience: guide and protect 'you through

about 12 noon on Sunday at 241 Officer Miller told the court is coordinating plans Life as a Lighthouse guide the ship In a storm
NW 115th st., according to the that he received a call to 1i0 to for the x-ray schedule.
court's records. The spitting incident the address in question to settlea -- -. .-- -. W1IKN OTHBIlfl VAIL YOU SICK MB

occurred at the precinct/ disturbance. Upon arrival he Get Ready For The For Success in Business And Love
:shortly after the arrests were
saw Jackson, who started to run
made through the house and out of the YOUNG DEMOCRATS CONSULT HER -
' Austin and Miss HIggins were back door. Officer Miller said 0 You can now have your home made happy

:Knight'each fined was$15 fined or a six total days.of Miss$115 he ran around to the back and CALENDAR TEA 0 Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

or 46 days on the two charges !caught Jackson with a gun in Sunday April 12 0 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now

missed.against her and Green was dis- his Miss hand Jones said she and Jack- 0 By the help of God she can help you

son used to be friends but It's Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or In

Another spectacular session of all over now. Miss to Jones her added home Homes For SaleNew troubleIt
that came
Judge Johnson's'Municipal Court Saturday afternoon and threatened N.W 56th St. area. Very will pay you to call and tee this Gifted Medium First

wu witnessed on Monday morning her with a gun and displayed nice 2-bedroom. Large Florida Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
Feb. 23, when the numberof
Like Price and terms
in front of room new.
the recklessly
cases reached a respectable gun low be touched by this strange mysterious pow.rWHY
The courtroom was filled withan I Jackson tried to deny all of the Good Buy GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
harges against him, (but his denials Moses children Israelof
God who delivered and the of.
over-capacity crowd long before NEW 57th St area, CBS 2-bed- same
stand judge
the session was called to order did not up. rooms with beautiful Florida old is still alive today and will open *.way for you throughthe
and the first case /was called Johnson found Jackson guilty on room Priced to sell with low troubled seas of life Let not'him that Is blind lead you or
and find
by the bailiff. ill three of the charges -
'! him a total of $175.00 or 70 down payment you stumble with him
Quite unusual the case of
Matthew Oliver was, a Coconut days on the three charges. CALL HARRY 7-8250 DENNYPL Do yon doubt the existence of things because you cannot see .

Grove man, who was charged Among other cases heard and them?
with being drunk and with attempting lisposed of were he following: The Keyes Co. What do you think of the invisible waves and sounds that .

'to bribe a police officer John Levy, charged with assault Realtors make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible -
The Incident occurred about 2:30 and battery with hands on
Sunday morning according to Mrs, Sadie Lee (MdBride and 480 Hia. Dr. TU 7-7441 A weed before it sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent in the

the court's records. with disorderly conduct !by making dark earth or womb of Nature. THKIU5 IB AN ".tTNBEBKPOWER"
threats of violence against his
Officer J, Stubbs, who was the wife Lucille fined $300 or 80 ,. ___
arresting officer and also days. I IYItTl Therefore, acquaint "

-the officer on whom the bribe Abe Schubert) charged with self with the one who Jour-I";
was attempted, told the court
disorderly conduct by creating a authority. Whose ,
that he saw Oliver at the corner I disturbance and making threatsof
consultation will
Charles Terrace and Jefferson violence against Mrs. Gertrude you ;
Avenue In the Grove. about 2:30: .lazzard, fined $35 or 14 days to a higher state of mind.
Sunday morning Oliver was
Mrs. iMezedes charged
corrnnlttinsr an ooen violation of with assault and battery with a All Information is
the law. Stubbs said he arrested
< knife on Mrs. fa-t'Ue' I Smith, fined Confidential '
Oliver for being drunk. Enrouteto Strictly
40 days.Beautify.
$100 or
the precinct OHver attemptedto

bribe him by 'ffPrin* him $10 Office Hours 0 a.m-8 jp.m.
and then $15 if 'Stubb; would let Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
him fo and not arrest him. Officer HomeOn

Stubbs refused the brilx. Large Lot Don't Write-Call In Person .t '
At the precinct the officer told ,
.Y his superier officer about the Your lot can be A paymenton DAILY READING f l.OO UP ;
bribe and the superior officer in
_. effect set a trap for Oliver. The this 3-bedroom new 2- 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
officer had one of the prison baths

guards Earl were to get Ina 1331 JV.W. 56th St. mI MADAM HUNTER
he couldsee
vantage point Ya
Oliver and Stubbs. The officer Open p.m. 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miami
' then told Stubbs to secretly Baron JE 8-1340 COMMUNITY DRUGS ,
accent the bribe of $15. Stubbs ",
accepted the money while j -.... . ....... -.- 67SO N.W. 15th AT*.


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I THE MIAMI TIMES-'The'' Peoples Newspaper"PAGE iJtf"l. and Mrs,, Fred Williams .
Personal Mentiltff" :: : motore4-'to1West'.Palm Beach to '
,!16. . SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1959. ll llSgt. ,visit sisters'' on1- the weekend. Avery
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. . enjoyable stay :
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.....................................................ISSSIINININNIN L. F, Duty of the city -af turn home to a' government post are expecting ,the West Palm
Miami precinct station, will leave he holds. Beachers here this. coming week-
tomorrow' toy Pan-AmerJcan, :! ,Airways :- ", end,

for Nassau to be in atten- Through the. effort of Clyde
Around Miami dance at the funeral of his Killens, his Tiesta Club ballroom A3c] Alfred Mrs. Edith Higgs of 634 NW
grandmother, Mrs. Rosalee
staged benefit last
a Wednesday "
22rid st., has been ,
fleece who died at her Dodwes- for assigned -
night Lord Flea, thud/ calypso
to the 6314th InstallationsSq
DAVE Mr. BONDU well St. home on Tuesday night, entertainer, who's in
By ( Swing) bedde4
: at Osan Air Base, Korea.
March 10 at 8:30: o'clock. Mrs.
............................................_,,............---.- Reece is also the grandmother of Jackson of Memorial the Hospital with Airman row is on a: 13-month
cancer throat. Eight pintsof
Fr: John Reece of St. Peter'sEpiscopal is tour of duty in Korea
plasma needed.
SAMMY DAVIS JR. "Mr. ,Show I Church, Key West. She
Business," sez, "In spite of what was 83.Hugh. Elks ,MoonlightBoat '
everybody says, Frank Slantra Is bo and Yours Truly out in the Dr, E:: A, Ward, who gave up
still my friend and my buddy." club "Nowhere," plus all of the Cash will celebrate his the reins as head of the Young Cruise

This statement was made by help too. Oh, well, maybe the 62nd birthday 'on Saturday, Mar. Democrats, more' recently gave You,-' are 'invited to take a 'rideon
Sammy for the whole world to club "Somewhere" will open 14 with "open ,house" at his resi. up the responsibility. of headingthe the big Moonlight Cruise, given -
know, and it was made publiclyat soon. dence, 1427 NW 5th court. Cash organization's Calendar Tea by ,the Ida Register Pageantand
one of the best places in 'the is the husband of the former Miss committee All eyes are now focused Tam Club No. 142, Daughter
universe . the NAACP benefit Miriam Symonette. on'the new chairman, Elks, Monday March 30. Bus
show on Miami Beach. Samray's FLASH: Mrs Dave Marks sex Lloma Green, who plans the 'annual leaves at 8 pjn. from Dunn's
was. withouta there is a blessed event on the Miles Glenn *outing for the Jim Jam Clubon
performance . former Miaknan, Hole, 1028 NW 3rd ave. B o d t
in 8 months from
doubt, more than great. way Yep now .a resident of Tuskegee, Ala., Sunday, April 12. leaves from MacArthur's Cause-
now. As just as soon as the baby
returned to Miami during the - | way docks at 9 pm. Don't be late.
OUR HATS OFF toDkve for comes the, phickie is going to apply GodMother week tor.. a.three'Weeks, visit with George 'Ingraham, ez'STW grid Don't get left.
position "Fairy
Marks, executive secretary of the ." . ''Sir John public relatives and friends. A trip to star and brother of Bookie and Dt. Marie Brady. president
NAACP who did a marvelous 'Job relations Melvin Hardwick, Nassau Is included in Glenn's the late Chris, is visiting here Dt., Thelma Pratt, secretaryM21
in getting this show together and man travelling itinerary before his ref from his home In Philadelphia.
had to leave Miami. His dad died

seeing that everything was coordinated and he went home for a fEt'N days ; :g :;: ;..o.;..i2..w. ? ..i ..;!;..j ,.2-i, ,; ;" ;;'.;!;..;.;..;t;,. .. !.:.t;" :!."';!;" '.:;!;.Vylamlw.nsu; ;n;nw.Ir& .,+.,
perfectly. Without him Our deepest sympathy goes out to i'AAkit'( . . ,.-...,-......-.....-.."-.....-... -.'..".-....-.....-.....-.....-..;. .-..."-.....-... -....,-"'.. ..'-....K..e.- -.... -.........-.....-......-..A.-....-...eZIr,... .'
this show would not have been ,

agent possible on the Sy Beach Rich, ,handled theatrical the him. Fair Realty is, Easy to Buy From !fit;"i

talent .and Flip Wilson, a great MARCH 3rd ''Blanch Calloway d ,(
Comic, did the honors as M. C. moves into the Sir John Lounges & '
as only a pro could do. His presentation hostess and assistant manager !i(; VISIT OR CALL TODAY . PL 7-1645 j M

was wonderful. . Mr. and Mrs. George Armeitre "n.
back in Miami for i
are a (
A (NEW COMER Delores Coleman, gave the audi- . to my neighbors off Miami w '
ence .a thrill with her renditionof let's keep our yards and M p ,
"You'll Never Walk Alone." sidewalks and curbs clean, then
Having ,been in this /business for ve would naturally have a clean '. d r It 4

25 years, I say that Miss Cole- city. We .are moving out into
man is the neu singing discovery areas that have been nicely keptso
for 1959 . Of course Arthur let's keep them that way Thenwe
Lee Simpkins, as usual, was superb could be proud to take; out t- d ,

and naturally ChicMe! of town visitors sightseeing in our ... .... 'I
Horne tore the house down doing communities. !
his unforgettable "Madame' Elfie ti ._.2. ,' 3r

Throckbottom." There Is so muchto .
I TOOK A LITTLE tate -' ,
trip '
tell about the show '
you but : 4. qEu3 It
I'm sure Mr. Reeves won't allow the county courthouse on Flag -
that much ler st. (with His Honor Mayor n
space. After all, a __ .
is Charles Hadley, and I am more
page a page. However, all of k
than convinced that he is the '
would like
to thank
us Satch : '
Robinson, Napolean Reed and his right man to represent us. He introduced zlf. ;.. Cn.'"

troupe, Curt Harmon and his me to Arthur ,Hutto, ::1t.. '' k .c .
Assistant. States ,Attorney Rich- g' ift.n
Trio> along with the Three Singing ;
Girls, The Great Candldo, ard Gerstein, Al Jones, a com-
Little Jackie Heller( Eden Roc missioner, Chuck HalKand a host tltr 4 4r3 i
M.C.) Tally Brown, Dr. Mitchell, of other city fathers. They know
Leon Fields, that !'Pit''' Band"played and respect our mayor, and I r3
( anything and everything) sincerely believe that we can firl:
really get a 'Job done. I enjoyed
and all of the other wonderful
performers who participated. II ,I Hall talking: with Commissioner WHY PAY RENT?
have missed anyone, I did. the and he impressed me as being .
Allegros and as Honest as they come. -
possibly others, I
apologize. But all in all, the show
was wonderful . and thank God THE SUNSHINE COMMUNITYClub OPEN THIS SUNPAY SEE '1410 1420 NE //151st ST. ,ii.-:

you finally turned out) for a wor- is having a tea on Sunday SEE OUR MODELS $495 DOWN NORTH MAMI BEACH u5
thy cause. It's about' time we March 115, at the home of Mr.

turned out to help fight our' own and Mrs. Lang Fisher, 1731 NW: i1 O 3 (Bedroom City Waters j Jr(!
battles. Now, the way you tUrn- 61st st. They 'are a civic minded .e CBS ,Close to Bus
ed out for the benefit show is group, and we shouldsupport I
the should them . Beautiful Kitchen ,, Churches !
way turn out when Mayme sez it's time for *" ,U
the time comes to register and me to "knock it off". She has to I All Grassed Shopping Center i

vote . then we'll have a voice type this; . ., so until you know I 1 Mortgage : - .-., No Closing, Costs .
and some changes will ,be made. 1 . Live l1fe,,every golden min- ,
Remember, get out and register ute' of It. '_..' '. MOVERIGHT'uN .K .
.and vote. I have spoken. Amen.PRETTY'GIRL f"; ..... .

Opa 'Locka Beauties! $1,495'DOWN' r a
OX 6-0231 OX 6-0231 its t <
OF THE WEEK: $795 DOWN 3-Jbedroom, nice {location., City ,

Mrs.the week Iris: Chief Shirley.Walter Policeman of QUED iRi' See model at 1791 N.W.155th/ jSt. water, flandscap'ed. Close Ito 54th

Teacher of the week: Albertha Headley J. Excitment a.t The 2 i Custom (Built Tile Roof St., ,bus jand ((12th ave. //bus. ;priced

Caldwell . Ev-Miami Marlin Oven |and [Range Utility >Room low., 'One mortgage 'outfielder Dave Mann is back- in Carver:YMCA '1ta 1 3 :Bedroom, (Large Lot by appointment. Call 'tisl! I ,

Miami. He is now with the Dal- Deposit will hold 4 left
x r! only
las Texas team . Yep, we ]On April IZ, 3, 4 I' ONLY $495 :DOWN
went by the wayside too. ." '.n'lJ .
Meaning Giro's Lounge closed i $745 DOWN ., e For this large !brand new CBS 4- in!

tighter than a clam and left See this 2-bedroom home at !1361 bedrooms, '2 baths, city>water, paved
Chick, Damlto Jo, Chris Colum- Advertise It Pays! ii'ji9,i NW :59th St. Newly ,painted inside streets, ,tile roof. See: X520/N.E.It

t 2 and outside. City water. Only one 151st ,Terr. 'In lovely North Miamiu

alt, mortgage to pay. Close ito \school, Beach. Close, to, the finest shopping Cn

I i shopping and buses. center, nice) area, of new {homes. tU!

a' TV SICK ? : $695 ''DOWN f
::2 Liberty $995 ,DOWN Brown this
Buys 12-bedroom
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. t1t4iS City Sub. ii t Near NW 12th corner Ave. bus, city-jhome.water, !,
U'' Builder has large size, lots ..avail Xi
closed garage, hardwood floors (
SAME DAY SERVICE 4 able in Brown Sub. See )JNW 51st K
U only one mortgage to : Nicely rU
pay ,
; i St. and NW 33rd Ave. lots. Will
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS landscaped quiet area, breezy 'U'
;Jti ,build 3-bedroom CBS, shower bedrooms. ,
( us to show. {By ap- 5
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Picture Tube Speca17inch / ::2(i models. iJtnt;

I -$22.95 2Mnch $29.95' t3 Completely Costs t'
t .apartment upstairs and
tl Furnished $795 'DNNo '(Closing apartment downstairs. Completely
t :t See 1005 NW 58th St. then call \is furnished. Clean, city water, nice lu'-

SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 ;2 2E to show inside. By (appointment. 2- area. Close to everything. Land
t bedroom, neat, clean, carport. scaped. Only $1,495 'down. Call usl!
Nite Calls Our
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