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36TH YEAR NO. 30 MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 10 PAGES





khr C.ltikA 8i"to Close Dade .-;





I'I 1 Schools Expected. :



TAMIPA A bill that cou c
t
S close Dade County ..cb.oob'WID, i
be' introduced on the first' days-oC

Cash Gifts to ,the 1959 session of the Florid*.
Legislature next month, Thomat.
w D. Bailey state school superin-
4 : : ;tondent, predicted Wednesday.
NAACP Probed "And almost anything that'i
nr r ? '" introduced will pass," he, sald.n'"

4 Bailey said the bill will 1M
.r ORDERED BY SEN. similar ,to the "Last Resort ,BiU
______ ,Collins
Gov.
4 t ; a vetoed by LeRoy
'
BOY WHO KILLED HARRY BYR'D two years ago "It won't be call

WASHINGTON AA invest! ed that, but it will smell the lame
PAL GOES'TOREFORM
gation of the Income tax status o; by any other name," he said.

+ ; E SCHOOLA contributions to the National As. The bill would require an>
sciation for the Advancement o, county with an Integrated school
Colored People has been begun hold countywide referendum<
13-year old boy who fatally to a
shot a playmate during some gun by the commissioner of internal on closing all of its schools.
"
at the James E.'Scott Home: revenue.
: : : play Feb. 13, was committed to tht Notifying Sen. Harry F. Byre: The countywide closing provision .
Marlan. (DVa.) of this action, Commissioner is based on a Federal Court
State School for at
Boys Dana Latham said the in. decision in Virginia which heir
na Wednesday. qulry probably will take severs that closing of a single school 'U
t M Judge Walter H. Beckham o* months. He said a report' ther discriminatory, Bailey said.
the Dade County Juvenile Do- will ,Abe made to the Senate Finance .
Dade School Board has
The
mestic Relations Court said ther Committee which Byrr
,made Florida's first move towers
was no evidence of premeditatedmurder heads. '
when LeRoy Davis killec Byrd asked in a March 9 letter voluntary integration by admitting ..
Quinten Bethel, also 13, while for an investigation of whdlhei tour Negroes to all-white Orchard
showing off a pistol he had sto- NAACP activities and those o I Villa Elementary School

Mrs. 'Thena Crowder, basileua ,of Alpha Kappa Alpha len.A the,, Committee of 100 fall ,.effective in September. ,
Sorority presents a ,$100 check from the sorority 'to companion, Willie Let the' law permitting donors wlthlr.1 Bailey predicted that strong
Carver Branch Drown, 14, :who, was with Davisat duct contributions for charitable support for the school closing
Eugene for the George Washington p
I Kemp the time, was sent to the Dade educational and other such pur- '' bill and possibly even more drastic -
YMCA The funds will be used to sustain the youth pro- County Dententlon Home at Kan- poses in figuring income taxes. . measures will come f f'.Q'1I"I
gram of the Y.l\ICA.-Photo by Johnson of ,Miami.' I _dall. Latham said he would follow,'North and Northwest Florida .'I

procedures which were suggestec' However, most whites at' ,'mQv.
when he appeared before UM ing out of the neighborhood"anc f.11
Joint Committee on Internal Rev. Orchard Villa will probably open

I enue and Taxation. as an all-Negro school. ..

I- Teenagers Held in Robberies n __ _"m m ___ ______ .,

Who Will be Miss Cinderella?

Three holdup men escaped the
shotgun fire of a gas station at.
tendant and fought a gun battle N I II

with Monday hurt. a Miami without policeman anyone getting early Cong. Diggs at Zeta PhiCinderella vERSIr I



The shooting enlivened a night
in which night attendants' were Bethel Sunday arh'C
held up'at four service stations.

An army of Miami policemenand -
Metro road patrolmen picked' Congressman Charles C.. Diggsof ers is reached. a cat nt flvoalso

up two teenagers. as suspects ic: Michigan will speak at Greater Congressman Diggs Is a gradu- yc 't ias ar )i
the holdups. Bethel AME Church on Sunday, ate of Wayne University and senio k ashlngtoncry
March 22 at three o'clock. II gh 1, active
president of the House of Diggs, -Lid
They were Glen Eugene Mingo The brilliant young lawmaker Michigan's largest funeral estab- In many a id civic organizations -
19 3402 NW 44th st and Rob- in and about Greater
of from Detroit will be the featured lishment. He is married and the r
ert Lee Tharpe 18, of 3252 NW Miami.
speaker in a program launchingan father of three children.
51st terr. Intensive, voters registration Elsa Louise lives with her
'
Julius London, night man ir drive in Dade County The drive Music for the program will be e guardians, Mr, and Mss Obedlah
the Giant Gas Station at 7301 will be sponsored by the Dad e furnished by the Booker T. George
NW 27th ave., started the shootIng County Young Democratic Assoc- Washington Choral group and
after three men robbed hlnr iation, an affiliate of .the Florida Miss Rebecca Johnson Edward D.
of $106 at 2 a.m. Voters League.. Davis, president of the Florida
As the three fled on foot with The drive will continue Voters League will Introduce the
the money, London grabbed up I throughout the year until a goal speaker and Dr. A. E. Ward will
4 shotgun and banged away intc of SOO.OOOjauallfied colored vot- preside..
the dark.
.
''II'
Twenty-five minutes later, 3
young men, answering London'
)
description, hit the Kayo Service I Ira Murchison
Station at 2990 NW 27th ave. !
Lester Brown attendant there'

i handed(Policeman aver J.$45.M.' Gaither, whc I I Scores in RelaysDr. -.. .y 4 W

had received the report of the: .
first holdup on his radio, drew The' lovely and charming Miss
up in his squad car as the three Ira Murchlson, pint-size'Chicago , Elsa Louise Borrow, Is a contestant -
from the station. speedster, came within ont for Miss Cinderella Search.
ran Gaither ordered them to stop Saunders Speaksat tenth of a second of the world She 1 it a native of New York, a
with hi record for the 100-yard dash
then started shooting
service revolver. Mt. Zion Sunday Tuesday when he sped to a 9.4 Duvalier Appeals to
Dr. Wilbur A. Saunders will be victory over Charles Pratt of the
The three two armed with pistols the Palm Sunday speaker at the Philadelphia Pioneers and Dot Ike ;For AidPORTAUPRINCE ,
and the other carrying 9 11 o'clock hour at the Mt. Zior Sher of the University of Miamiin Haiti -

shotgun, scattered and shot back Baptist Church, NW Othst. and the Irish Relays at J a y c e e (NP) Haiti's President Duva- ...I.r.- -- J
(Moments later, with Galthet Field in Hollywood
3rd
ave.
lier sent out, a personal appeal
radioing for help, 12 Miami' and Murchison, only a month out President El.en- The charming Miss Barbara
to
Metro squad cars poured into the Dr. Saunders is president of of a hospital, share the world' t hower Saturday asking aid for his country Squire is a contestant for (Miss
Colgate-Rochester Theologica 110 meter record of 10.1 second Cinderella Search. '
area.Mingo and Tharpe, driving & Seminary and chairman of the with Morrow of Texa Addressing a rally at Cap e T3ook'T''
Bobby llaltien this week, he announcedthat She is a senior at T.
board of directors of the American
1952 model Chrysler, were stop-
Metro Det. Sgts. JacK Baptist Convention, and he planned an official mission Washington High School.:
ped by Lauderdale will to Washington to work out Barbara is president *I'ol,the
Tuckfield and Paul Morgan. The chairman of the board of the Library a sister, accom-
said they found a pistol Association of the city of pany Dr. and Mrs. Saunders for terms of an aid agreement, HU Host and Hostess Club, 'si; member
officers seat of the Rochester. Hewas headmaster of the service. country is now receiving about of the band, Y, Teens and
front car.
under the had $23 in coins in hit the Peddie Boys' School in New Appropriate music will be ren- $27,000,000 in U. S. aid, he said. the athletics 'association. ',. :x:
Mingo and had 12 one- Jersey for a number of years. dered by choir number two of the. He did not lay how much fur. Her hobbles ar* 'lwl, '.
pocket dollar bills. Tharpe Mrs, Stanhope Foster o{ Fort church. ther help he would need. sewing and cooking.. : ,



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mail to-lhe Ten Best Dressed
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" Spring Sip DATE FOR BEST Contest, care of Miami Times
I I'DRESSED WOMEN 6740 NW 15th ave. The names

PAGE SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1959 ,. The C. A. Gibbs Club of St. will not be listed in the- paper'
Paul AME Church cordially invites I CHANGED TO this year. You must attend the
to attend its 6th affair to 'see your Ten Best
........................................ ....... the 'public APRIL 10
-........................................ annual Spring Sip, Sunday, 'March i Dressed Women in the Miami

22, 4 to 6 pjn. at Dixie Park area.
auditorium, 340 N.W. 13th St. The date and place Parade For further information con-
'Along Freedom's RoadBy The millinery classes from North- changed for Fashion on tact the chapter chairman, Mrs.
western and BTW schools will featuring Miami's Ten Best Elisha S. Clarke Jr., 1736 NW
Dressed Women sponsored by th4 56th street., OX 1-7056.
show the latest in spring
RUTH PERRY lots.M21 Saints Ann-Margaret Chapter of

-..........................................\\N\\NN\\\N//\......NNNN.NNNN.- the Episcopal Church Women of OX 6.0231 OX 6-0231
the Incarnation to Friday, April
For many years .Alaska and world events holds no brief for "A Raisin in the Sun" 10 at the James E. Scott Com-
Hawaii have worked to enter the 'prejudice and discrimination munity auditorium, 72000 NW QED

United States' family as states In against mlhorities in a democracy. Wows New Yorkers 22nd ave., 8.30: p.m. Excitment at The
their own right. A few monthsago I Have you voted for your ten
'
Alaska was granted state- GENERAL MEETINGThe I NEW YORK (ANP) Lorraine best dressed women? If not do "...:.r 'Carver YMCA
hood. A few days ago Hawaii was regular membership meet- Hansberry's first play "A so today ,toy writing ten names ,*.4"<
granted the same thing. ing of the Miami Branch of the Raisin in The Sun" 'which cap- I on a post card who you thigl I On I April 2, 3, 4

THE SIGNIFICANCEThe NAACP will be held next Thurs- tured theatre-goers in Philadelphia I should deserve this honor ana

day night, March 26 at 8 o'clockin New Haven and Chicago,
Jubilation and almost fren- the NAACP office 809 NW also won acclaim from the experts -

ized celebrations set off In Ha- 3rd ave. Members and visitorsare the New York critics, DON'T LOSE YOUR LICENSETO
waii as news of the action of invited to be present. The play which stars Sidney Poi-

Congress reached the people on .... ...... tier, Claudia McNeil and Ruby DRIVE
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these Pacific Islands was a cul- Dee, opened at the Barrymore Get And Everybody Can Afford
work- theatre last Wednesday night Everybody Can
mination of many years of PUN PHUN
ing to achieve first-class citizenship A FIRST AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE AT

As the bonfires 'burned, the PHIL OSS01<'EH
11) ,
and Hawaiians Miss Hansberry who receiveda FIRST INS. AGENCY
bells para-
ded the rang streets In Joyful celebration ----.... ...-.--.-- --.-.--- personal ovation when the SERVICE .
audience and the cast called her
many entered the churchesto JESCA's successful member- to the stage for repeated curtain 645 N.W. 36th St. 16650 N.W. 27th Avenue y
give thanks in a quieter man- ship meeting, held last week, NA 4-1811
ner for the final achievement of calls, chalked up a first the PL 9-5284
their hopes and prayers. gave this pun phunster a won- only Negro woman author to see Six Months Policies Start as Low as $12 Down
derful to find .
opportunity new. her work produced in Broadway. f.
There Is a significance how- ears for his whit of wit. Perhaps :
ever, far beyond the ringing of I ate too much meat from the Brooks Atkinson of the New I
bells and parading in the streets. ,gullet, for the overabundance of York Times had this to say about ,
For In admitting Alaska and Hawaii puns, while not as good as the the play: "A Raisin in the Sun"
to statehood, the United food, was undoubtedly due to has vigor as well as veracity and
States has finally taken one of the ham in me. Then there was is likely to destroy the compla- PIANO SICK ?
the biggest steps possible to the delicious turkey: which I cency of anyone who sees it." p ,

counteract adverse criticism and gobbled up. (Gobble, gobble
went the John Chapman of the Daily SEE WM. PINDER Sr. I
comment In the rest of the world turkey ) ,
News said: "This happy blend of
regarding the theory and practiceof Reminds me that if people script, cast, and audience is not PIANO A
FOR PROFESSIONAL
Some might s
democracy. a.y duck 'when you talk turkey, they achieved very often, and when it J
that the time :was not quite right must be chicken. Corn was .does come about it shows us what AND ORGAN SERVICES N
for these two territories to Join ;
omitted from the menu\ so 1 the theatre should be at its best.
time the Union :before democratic now. It theoriesand takes brought 'plenty along, serving it It can make something important 1935 N.W. 153rd St. 0
to bring SERVICE
as dessert during the fellowship out of something slight and
practices to places that have" I suggested ,to Dr. G. W. Haw- simple." MU 8.3770
known theme before. In all
not
kins, the dentist who is also a
fairness, however, both Alaska New York Yankee fan that he
Elks MoonlightBoat ,
and Hawaii could have joined *--* -- *--*
name his home "Yanks Dugout.
the Union long before now. I've thought it over, doc. Your
CruiseYou
Through the years mere had home is too big and beautiful to .II
been one major stumbling block call a dugout. How about mak- NEED MONEY! .a
statehood and the ing it "Yanks Stadium?" are invited to take a ride
loans
preventing 1st and 2nd mortgage $1,000 pay $21.25 mo. 1
on the big Moonlight Cruise, given -
solid front of Southern Congres-
After Pay off all bills $1,500 $31.88 mo.
I was introduced to Rev. by the Ida Register Pageantand your pay
had much do
sional leaders to
and Mrs. S. A. Cousin, the Tam Club No. 142, DaughterElks Get additional cash 12,000 pay $42.59 mo.
understand It
with It. As I even
in the votes cast a few days ago, thought came to me that she became Monday, March 30. Bus Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments
a Cousin by marriage leaves at 8 p.m. from Dunn's
voted
only a few Southerners ,(Such thoughts prove I'm rela- Hotel, 1028 NW 3rd ave. Boat FREE-24 hour inspectionNo
this vital In
question.
"yes"
on
case there is doubt as to the rea- tlve-ly off balance!) leaves from MacArthur's Cause- Cost to You

son, native Alaskans and Hawaiians On the serious side, the ,beau- way docks at 9 pan Don't be late.Don't Dade-Br'oward'' Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL
have skins of a different tiful musical program brought the get left.
color than the majority of Amer- realization that talent, like the Dt. Marie Brady, president ANYTIME

icans. There is no question that new automobile, comes in all Dt. Thelma Pratt, secretaryM21 Miami : FR 7-4812 Hollywood : WA 3-7071
this prejudice on the part of many sizes, shapes and colors. As for

Southern leaders (and to be fair the food, it should have been .............................................._._ .
about It, many of the Northernones served on flying saucers . it 1i
also !was instrumental in was out of this 'World!If! H. WALTON
delaying statehood for these two
territories. Being in the midst of a 19-day Transfer Service FARRAN'S PALMISTRY STUDIOMadame
fast period (dawn-to-dusk) I was

THE, BIG STEP very 'hungry. Fasting, 1 have discovered Farran, life reader, adviser,
causes to draw Half Ton Truck
one on born with .
power Mme. Farran !I.
The big step has been taken, spiritual food to allay that habitual na
and could not have come at a longing for the material 'For Hire tlonally known, highly recommend

more strategic time, as world food. Sure wish I could absorb a Mme. Farran, ,the wonder lady of Miami, f
events become Increasingly tense. greater abundance of spiritual DAY OR NIGHT has returned to help you :with your per.

Democratic theory has become calories. Prompt, reliable service sonal problems i
democratic practice for all the ;Poetically, I say It this way: Reasonable Rates
world to see, and one more bit Fasting teaches patience, Are ;} Ito,
you unhappy? Does bad luck seem I. .r
of Soviet propaganda has been As we spiritually .. \
grow; .
Phone FR '3-9915 to follow ?
you Are ySu discouraged, tick .
disproved. In the matter of diplomacy And that is because .
and world opinion, the I The fast days go slowl! .NMNNNNM.NNNNNNNN.DAY or In distress? Mme. Far/ ran removes 'evil :-

United States has gained immeasurably Influence. Reunites the separated. Turns failure'! Into Success"health
in stature. One big
and happiness. Phone NE 4.3267 for appointment.
wrong has at last been righted.
Now remains the righting of an Take Buses 15 or 24 4500 NW. 27th Ave.If .

Internal wrong a domestic you cannot come send 2 one dollar bills with stamped,
tragedy that has lowered Amer-
self-addressed envelope for your ,Solar Horoscope. M28JAMES"
ican prestige for years. I am 1
speaking of course, about the
second-class status of our own CLEANERS
American citizens here in the

United StatesNegroes.A 2



There GOOD Is OMEN much cause for rejoicing 4

and hope renewed in the
wonderful news about Hawaii. PANTS 5O 5 & lOc STORE

The status of the Negro has been
somewhat Improved throughoutthe 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481

years due to vlgilence and
continued action on the part of
many Americans. The biggest FRIDAY, SATURDAY and HOLIDAYS SUNDAY, MARCH ,,29th IS EASTER

stumbling block remains now, as (Lay-Away -NOW!)
10 CENTS
EXTRA
It did in the past the arbitrariness -

and political expediency of Easter Dresses 1.00 to 5.75 Boys' Suite $1.00 to 6.95

Southern Congressional and state Girls' Slips ......:. 69* 1.89 Boys' Shirts 89* ,. 1.89
leaders who have continually SON CLEANERS Socks ............ 29* 39* pr. Pants .......?........... 45* 1.98

blocked any move toward first- Ribbons, yd. ........ 6* & up."au .................._.._....... $1.0C
class citizenship for Negroes. Pocketbooks .................... 87$ Socks ......,............. 29* 39*
Alaska was a good sign. Hawaiiis 1047 ,N.W. '3rd AvenueAND Panties .............?............. 29* Undershirts, ea ......_......, 35*
another step in the right direc-

tion. New remains only the correcting FILLED EASTER BASKETS .................... 38c 2.50.
of our domestic disgrace.

The climate Is right Drapes, plastic, 89
Tor the
of Negroes into lull acceptance POPS CLEANERS Curtains, pr .....pro......_... 1.19* Sheets, ea. ............_.. 1.89

fledged first-class citienzship at Drapes, cloth, pr. ...?.., '1.89 Flowers, ea. ...............-... 10*

long last. The goal is truly insight Pillow Cases, ea. ............ 33* Pillows, ea. .............._... 1.5J
now, and continued pressure 1412NW.' 3rd Avenue .

for fighting for the cause of Phone FR Simplicity patterns and Money Order sold every day-Monday

:freedom will, in my opinion, bring 1-9273 ,thru Friday 7:45 ''a.m. .. 7 p.m.-Saturday tll 9 .pm-Closed
Negroes into the American fam- Sundays-Co to Church. .
The pressure of ,
ily very soon. ..
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B. SOLOMON RETIRES FROM FUNERAL BUSINESS THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

I I SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1959 PAGE.. 3


rT Dr. Henry C. auditorium of the Seventh Day
Adventist Church located at NW
.9, 1 McDowell to Speak 50th st. and 23th ave.
McDowell is being
Dr. accompanied -
+* n
u uV Here Easter Sunday by his charming wife.
You and your friends are invited
to come out and hear this well
Informed, world traveler edu-
cational and Christian leader,

They have given many year I
/ of consecrated service in the
'I yA L RirLuL Mission fields of Africa. /They
have also worked in many of our
1 t }r r large churches, including the
11f Dlxwell Congregational Church
of Hailful. .

All of the Greater Miami area
is looking forward to the visitof !
) Dr, and Mrs. McDowell with
great eagerness. All of Miami
will hare a greater vision of
Brotherhood because ef their
visit. You must see and hear Dr. i
McDowell

i
Beautiful HomeOn

Large Lot

1"s ,'- ..-, "',. Your lot can be a payment Y

Dr Henry C, McDowell, world on this 3-bedroom new 2- I

_'j, .......................... ..........._.......1..............*.>...... \wA\4A\.AM Yw4 Members pf the Dade County renowned preacher and inter- baths
Morticians Association ,1\ testimonial dinner on March 7 in church leader, will preach hereon 1331 N.W. 56th St.
honor of B, Solomon Jr. who is Easter morning, at the 11 Open 3-5 p.m.
Around MiamiBy retiring from the funeral :busi o'clock services of the Congre-
Baron JE 8.1340
ness. Young Solomon inheritedthe gational Church Fellowship.
B. Solmon Funeral Home Services will be held in the -
\ from his father 'who died in 1948
DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU
The late B. Solomon came to MI-
, ............___...._._.__.....M_.M l.M ami from Georgia in 1925 .and I
..0v established the business.
WHEN GOOD things happen -I i .,. rto . ','<,'>'1. GO FIRST CLASS
4 always want you to "!know about The affair given at the 535
rl it. For the first time in history a Of course, they are better to CM' \) was highlighted by the pre-
:tt Negro has been appointed a look at than the shacks they replaced sentation of a plaque by Lovell
Colonel of the State of Kentucky.Gov. but after a year (and I'm Richardson Jr., president of the
"Happy" Chandler bestowed stretching a point) these new local group. Mr. Solomon was . with America'sFinest GOLDEN
this honor upon singing star apartments become glorified, cited for services rendered whenhe JIGGER r
Arthur Lee Simpkins (Lou Wal- pastel colored slums. Clothes are headed the Dade County Morticians Bourbon'CAP (
ter's star). Simpkins is considered hanging over the rails, dirt in .
one of the greatest artistsin the yards, trash at the curb andit Shown in the picture, seated: ,
America today. He was born becomes an eye sore to us and Howard Wilkerson, Mrs. Wil- in a handy
I'j in Augusta, Ga. Now when our visitors! To those of you who kerson, William Manker, !Mrs.
: Slmpkins is addressed he shall be live in these apartments (an dwe Manker, Lewis Newbold, Mrs flask.N
'K addressed as "Colonel Slmpkins, have lived in one) if there is I Viola Collins, Mrs. Mattie Boggs pocket '
1 Suhl"! trash in front of your door, call Evans Mrs. Artie Richardson, tC\, i
your landlord or the Departmentof Mrs, Carrie Rolle, Mrs. (Beatrice
MAYOR ROBERT HIGH and Health, Your landlord should Richardson Nathaniel Bethune,
our, unofficial mayor, Charles shoulder the respnsibillty of Mrs Bethune, William Perry, .
Hadley called a special meeting keeping his property clean. When Mrs. Athalie Range, Mrs. Lillie 1
of some of our leading citizenson trash lays in the street there Is Isom, Oscar Range. 1
last Tuesday. The meetingwas a good chance of your children, u
Standing: James Johnson, Mr. '
one of the most successful as well as yourself, (getting germs
Sutton B. Solomon Lovell Rich-
,
gatherings and brought forth and that' cause polio, and other
YEARS
arson, Dr C, Smith and Timothy I
cripling diseases. Need I
accomplished a mission. As Mayor say
High put it: He -wasn't hit more? Or is it Just you don't McKain.-Adamstoto. OLD ji
with everything, in the book, but care what happens to your child I
given a prepared agenda coverIng ren? YM Executive
the major things. All in all, Attends Meet
I find that our mayor is truly one Well until you know when . ,
of the finest mayors this city bas live life, every golden you know Moses L. Perry, executive of
ever had, and from this end of what of it. Peacel! the Carver Branch YMCA, Is
the pen, I would support him -to I one of 60 YMCA secretaries 86 PROOF
the 'hilt, in any campaign for any throughout the nation invited to
office. Remember, it's your votes attend the Conference on the I, %. & 100 PROOFBOTTLED.INIOND
that make a city and 'it's Father's Get Ready For The Association Profession at Holiday -
give you and your community Hills, Pawling New York, 1y 11M w S
better living conditions. YOUNG DEMOCRATS March 1921. ' 'r'4/d QUARTS

CALENDAR Upon leaving the conference, PINTS
PRETTY GIRL of The Week TEA Mr Perry will observe the work HALF>PINTS '
Mrs. Delores Johnson . Po- I of the Philadelphia Association
Sunday April 12
liceman of the Week: Tom Jones for two days.
(truant officer) . Teacher of
the Weak:_Herbert Malloy. &.c (

8 COLORED INSURANCE AGENTS
QUICK Chlckle Horne
in Washington, D. C. for four National organization planning expansion in 'Miami 1
weeks . Bobby Marshall as
our guest columnist next week area. Can use two qualified men. Must have car and

. Blanche Calloway has taken be able to undergo rigid investigation. This is an opportunity
over the ,Sir John Lounge . .
Leroy Lang Is packing them in of a lifetime for the right men.

at the Club Royale . The Jim Call FR 3-4753 for appointment
Jam will soon re-open ser JIm- OUNMOftC OlSTIUtXlU CO.

my Hayek . Mrs. Anne Rus- Monday thru Friday between 10 a.m. and 12 noon g* "Na.o Pirtaottai tf Product fa I Tradltkm
sell and mother getting ready for
their trip to Europe: this summer Mr. A. F. Rhode LOUISVIUf KUTUCft
. Teachers and principals
.
thinning out for the state meet- ,
Ing In Tampa. Mr. and Mrs,
Slim Bannister, the Hon. Gerald
and Mrs. ;esh, Mr. and Mrs COMMUNITYCOR.
George Aurmeitre Mr. and Mrs a
Dave Marks and Yours Truly and STAR MEAT MARKET
Mayme seeing the wonderful U
show at the_ Monmatre. The aud- STORE
ience wouldn't let Jfapolean Reid '
off the floor after about 10 num-
1520 N.W. 62nd Street
bers. COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
t 0

ATTENTION all young men: PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED ,.
This Saturday at 4:30) pin. please THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
attend the Y's Men's Club at the Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery
YMCA NW 57th st. and 15th 0 J
ave. J COSMETICS
GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
This is a special meeting and all
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.Sunday Palm Sunday, called also:"Branch Sun :
dayJ&This. day commemorates the entry of the Lord intc 4 ; ..>
Jerusalem when the people strewed. the way with palm :
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branches and cried' "Hosanna." In some of our churcheson f ,
this day.the,. Altar and Sanctuary will be decorated with ; 4 ; 2a' <.
palms Palms also will be distributed to the congregation i #+t /' 9 n
They then go in 'procession in and around the church 4c e 4'y % .3
Some churches hold outdoor processions in the morning , 3
Others go in procession in the afternoon through the \ ,4 a. vk jt } t t
streets headed by .brass bands, singing as they go: .
l L....An glory laud and honor 44 S'k 9.I dt II

no: ,TO thee, Redeemer, King .
To whom the lips of children '
.''', Made sweet hosannas ring.!" , "' > -
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PLAIN TALK .
U 'f president, Eisenhower addressed. .the nation pn Mon : ; : :
day night and he did some plain talking on the Berlin sit 4: I'I
uatipn, which the world ,is watching with keen interest
Jr.Tmi Russian Premier- Nikita Krushchev.should now ,
understand exactly the position of the United States on 9 "
the question of leaving Berlin in the hands of the CommUnistS '

.The President is willing to attend a summit confer- .. . : .:: :: .Ii 'r; .;:i'fp;; ,ji- : .
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on !Certain conditions but he let it be known that "we It J .'"
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tWfl will not be the first' breach. the peace, thePreiJ1ant TO HER STUDENTS at Morgan State College, Mrs. Winder.Gilkes
| said, but in the event of a hostile move, the Free points out that Carnation is the safest form of milk for baby's bottle.
WouldRls I armed with "ajmost, unimaginable destructive
powef.": child-development teacher tells why doctors
|::Twenty-three different types. of missiles were shownon College
television.frK\: ,
satisfaction.fl&boih' $. speech. has been. received. with pretty general Recommend Carnation for baby feeding

> countries give serious consideration to what' Carnation is double rich it is
Professionally, :Mrs. Winder-Gilkes is cause ,
a wAtjcpuld. mean with the use missiles and other
nuclear "
known as Dr. T. Vivian Winder. She ideal for coffee and cooking, too. Dr. 1
eapons, they will go to the United Nations, blou ,j
off steam, shake hands, and 'endeavor to study war no teaches nutrition and child development Winder says no other form of milk
mortM' at Morgan State College in Baltiwill do for the smooth, lump-free ;:;

:t,. more, Md, "Carnation is the most cream sauce below. Carnation in the \
|, GEORGIA MAYOR, ON INTEGRATION digestible form of milk for infant formulas red-and-white can is the world's lead. ''I
{:Mayor William'H'artsfield of Atlanta, Ga, on Mon ," Dr. Winder states. "And being brand of evaporated milk. 1
day night said, in his opinion the larger cities of the Soutl I
may be forced to accept some form ,of integration if they ------, 'II

are '(bAmaintain public schools' I j RECIPE: \l__ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _
Integration is not something we want, "but that this I .
mus-beta nation of law." I CARNATION CREAM SAUCE /
he "nayor has the right Idea:. The l larger-cities could I (make about 2 cups)
have"! had some integration voluntarily, which i i.: I
mucJi better than having it after, the courts say MUST I 2 tablespoons butter Vi teaspoon pepper
you
Intt! :;; I 2 tablespoons flour 1% cups (large can) undiluted :

1i>:'Jo not believe any,tate really wants to close its I % teaspoon salt CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK I

i : It's like cutting off 'your nose to' spoil your :face I II Blend butter, flour, salt and pepper In saucepan over low I EVAPORATED

I. heat until smooth. Gradually add undiluted u Carnation... ... Con.__.. I. .
:t'. BILL TO CLOSE FLORIDA SCHOOLS I tlnue stirring until thickened and smooth. Use for creamed I VVI 0 K ,j
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S hool Superintendent Thomas D, Bailey who shoulc5 I chicken, tuna, chipped beef and, casseroles.. I HO i
be in the know, predicted that at the' opening session of \ I :
Contented Cowi"
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the Legislature next month a Bill will be introduced tha<
could close Florida's public schools. According to rumoi
there will be several bills presented for the old purposeof
preventing any kind of integration. in -Florida's public
schools.
Dade County is being criticized because her school
board has vision enough to make a feeble approach at in, V LIVE RENT
tegrating an elementary school.RETRENCHMENT. FREE '

IN SCHOOLS
Look out for some retrenchment in our public school COMPLETE FINANCING .r \
spending when the Legislature gets going next month.; A' ARRANGED
least that's the.opinion of Speaker-designate Thomas Beas-
ley of Tampa, and Dade's representative, Cliff Herrell
who is chairman' of the House Appropriation' Committee : _
Herrell said' the cost of education is threatening tc ; _1lbI* 1 d.,
bankrupt the state Such non-essential courses as bowling, I MODEL :',
dancing, archery and golf should be eliminated from the DUPLEX \ t il
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be five metal warehouse buildings to provide temporary LARGE 2
housing for 460 convicts, relieving pressure on the mair BEDROOM DUPLEX

prison, There building.is now about $700,000 available for building BUILT ON YOUR LOT "-

purposes. The state aabinet on Tuesday agreed to the use ON IACH sroi
ofconvict labor to speed construction of the prison. Governor a URGI IIDIOOMS l-- Mille, .... ,:i!
Collins said that was done only because of the TIRTIIllAT SPACI HIATH SORy $1 0 500 NO !hllwe d M""I""Nte ]

stifte'/jjAnancial/ pinch. COLORED nUMIING FIXT ONI ht ONLY MOITGAGI ,

\ bnHEAR CONGRESSMAN DIGGS SUNDAY ,
J3 Congressman Charles C. Diggs of Michigan will be
inWVIiami on Sunday. The Congressman was\ brought hereby STATE'
the Dade County,Young Democratic Association, Dr BUILDERS Inc.
J.fJOBrown, president. '

:. The speaker's topic will be Registering, and, Vqting Licensed and Bonded in ''Dade '
TK67 Young Democratic Association Is an affiliate of and Broward Counties '
th :?ffiRfld, Voters League, a, non-partisan organization
WI+ e primary object is to ;promote registration <'and poUt 1969 N.E. 2nd Ave Miami
al, education. PL. 4.4685
Hear Congressman Digg, on Sunday at Bethel AME
o: rch, 245 NW 8th St. at 3 p.m. I
'ijr, ril p Ward 'will rve's chairman of the meet ,

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Lenoir Rhyne 'j r'pg kept,;\t\e\ bu go
until Grambling whittled, it:taa
Upsets Grambling 8278.with two minutes on. the I
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-Lenoir Rhyne college of Hickory -' SUNSHINE.FISH : <
N.C 'escorted Grambling to
the county line last week in the MARKET !
NAIA tournament: with a stunning \ .

88-78 upset over the Tigers Poultry Vegetables: Fruits
in a second-round game.
The defeat was the' first in 29 See our store and what''' :we

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Louisiana Club. Grabbling entered .
the tournament unbeatenand Fresh Fish,Daily
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hiked its skein to 28th
straight by defeating Christian Lowest prices in town p

TiE Brothers college of Memphis,
Open 8:30: a.m. til 7:30: p.m.
Tenn., 81-70 the previous day.
GRAMBLING' GAME OFF Sunday 8 a.",. tit 1 p.m.

But today's game was a different -
story. Fred Hotody's herOes We guarantee to please you

i were flat and Lenoir Rhyne or your money back,
(looked like a definite champIon- r'1" '"
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ship contender with its overall 't I ,
offensive strength and, rebounding 1001 N.W. 62nd :St.
<. I while reducing the Tigers: 1A.t lift
: Climaxing the activities of the to tournament have-nots. "tea. '
4 Egelloc's Club for the year will They Surged a 40-51 halftime l' I
be its annual "Tots and Teens BirthdayParty\ Easter ,Parade .....I'....
Fashion Fiesta" which will be. More thah 60'friends and well Planned by SingersAll ---- "
held on Sunday, April 5 at the wishers were present at the homeof
'J YMCA 4-6 pj..m.Featuuring Mrs. Luella Black, 1411 NW roads lead to the Long
69th terrace on Thursday even- shoreman's Hall on Easter Sun-
the various nurseryschools ing, March 12. The occasion wasa day at 3 pm More than 150
and other talent in the birthday party honoring Mrs. children modeled their Easter 'n'l
area will add much gala to this Elizabeth Houston( of 1430 NW finery last year and more are expected 1') '"
affair Charming, demure and at- C9th street. The party was given this year. Just bring your '
tractive tots and }':Jno
teens will
lie by Mrs. Houston's four daughters children and register them at the
seen in the following scenes: Mrs. Eva Mae Roberts, 2030 NW door to model in their particular
Sleepy time, school days, sports, 70th st; Mrs. Laura Mae English, age group. An interesting progranr
and '
playtime ,and ,ressy. 1262, NW 71st st. Mrs. Careen has been planned also for that
Nancy, 1430 NW 69st st. and Mrs day and a Mr. and Miss East
The public Is invited to
come Luella Black. Parade contest will terminate,
out and see "Tot and Teen Fash-
Mrs. Houston: t takes this methodof The contestants will be named at
ion Fiesta" which 'promises to bea
'f t'Iih
< saying thanks to relatives and a later date
\( gala affair. A silver offeringwill
be taken. friends for making her birthdaysuch t n'E :
<, a happy one and for the Joe Louis Marries q1il arI
: Pictured' above are tots in the beautiful cards and useful gifts
annual Egelloc's Tots and Teen given her.German. Woman AttorneyLOS
Fashion Fiesta held last year at
the James E. Scott Auditorium. Biochemist ANGELES Former
Heavyeight Boxing ChampionJoe
.0 To Meharry Louis and Mrs Martha Jefferson -
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II, Los
Angeles woman at-
FOR RENT NASHVILLE (ANP) Dr. tornew, were married at Winter- ',W.. ,. (fonT
'ftr i Feodor Lynen, from Munich, haven, last week, associates t )I't Itr'wm
Modern bedroom Germany, will be the guest of
apt. of t the couple disclosed Tuesday
Meharry Medical March ;
College night. '
t 26-28 A biochemist '
of international -
Stove And Refrigerator repute, his visit will be Jefferson The ex-champIon had been going and together Mrs.- ? ________i.
sponsored by the Squibb Centen- vMf
for some time and their marriage -
i Water Quiet nial Lecture Committee. last Wednesday came as
Slated to deliver several lec-
"no surprise" to their friends l7ini
tures at Meharry, his only pub-
844 NW 70th St. lic appearance will be March 26
in the Public Health Lecture I lt
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>enSchedule Exhibition SATURDAY, 'MARCH 21, 1959 PAGE 7

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a Saturday . I


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t'' The Miami Marlins, under new
I Manager John Leonard 'Tepp r

Martin, got their' spring training
campaign 'off to a fast start last Yankees Open Six
Sunday at Flamingo Park on
Miami Beach.

Martin, well pleased with the
players General Manager Joe Game Stand Mar. 19

Ryan of the Marlins has lined up,
is also confident he will receive
from the Bal- Probably one of the biggest
some player help
timore Orioles in the near future. baseball attractons to ever hit tN t\\ I
Pepper and his coach, Bill Cates, the South Florida area comes to A&M Sports ,
Miami Stadium (home of the
spent some time at Miami Stadi-
um 'last week watching the Orioles Marlins) to open a six: game series Carnival Attracts : .
in action and making lineson against the Milwaukee Brave
some of the youngsters they the Baltimore Orioles and the 14 Teams \
would like to obtain when the Chicago' White Sox. I

Baltimore team cuts down its I TALLAHASSEE The an-
The fabulous New York Yankees "
roster. under the guidance of Man- nual Florida A&M University ,

The Marlins will open compe- ager Casey Stengel, open festi Sports Carnival will 14 be teams.held here. al- I -s "
2728with
tition for the exhibition seasonnext vitiesthis coming Thursday night March will
Saturday /when the Balti- March 19 'with re-hash of last I Iyear's | ready indicating that they :
four sports
In the \
more "B" team meets the Mar- World's Series against the participate ,
lins at Flamingo Park. Then, the Milwaukee Braves. Stengel, with event.In \ ,
Marlins will open their end of Mickey Mantle, Hank Bauer, addition to the regular ten-
the Gold Coast Grapefruit League Yogi 'Berra and company are cer- nis and track meets, a golf tour- : .
against the Dallas Rangers at tain to please the multitude of ney and a two game baseball : +
Pompano Beach next Sunday. fans who are expected to flockto series will ibe staged during the ih t
The Marlins will splay 22 spring Miami Stadium for all the weekend.The .
games, including three games in games. It's almost a certaintythat Florida A&1M University
Puerto Rico and three at Moron, Bullett Bob Turley, Don baseball nine will cross bats with
Cuba. "Perfect" game Larsen or Whitey the Howard University Bisons
Ford will ibe seen in action Friday and Saturday afternoonsat
A&T BEATS FAMU against the always tough Mil 2:30.:
waukee Braves. Teams accepting Invitations to

98.75 TO WIN NAIACHAMPIONSHIP Here Is a run down of the compete in the sports carnivalare

I Yankees games, with times, etc. :
North Carolina A&T Tennessee -
Friday March 20, Milwaukee State, Winston-Salem, South
Braves, 2 p.m. Carolina State, Southern University
TUSKEGEE Institute, Ala. Saturday, March 21, Baltimore Prairie View, Alabama State,
(ANP) With a bristling dis- Orioles, 8 pjn. Tuskegee Institute, Clark,. More- :
play of offensive power, North Sunday, March 22, Baltimore house Morris Brown, Bethune-
\
Carolina A and T college defanged Cookman Benedict North Caro-
a determined but outclassed Orioles, 2 p.m. lina College and Florida A&M.
Florida A and M University Rat- Monday, March 23, Baltimore Southern University thlnclads
ler quintet 98-75: to win the Orioles, 2 ipjn. edged the Rattlers for the team
South Central District tourna- Tuesday, March 24, Chicago championship last year.
ment of the NCAA. White Sox, 8 p.m.
For a brief period .in the open- I IIt
ing minutes, Florida battled A&Ton (The Orioles resume play at Johnny Saxton ii nw .wwar +, ,Xiii

even terms. 'Then All Attles, Miami Stadium on Thursday .
ball-handling Aggie ace, sank a night, March 26 against the Kan- Jailed in Attempted : ;
specatcutar shot to trigger and sas City Athletics, 8 p.m.)
BurglaryNEW
A&T 18 point spree that gave
Some of the 'bright lights on
the Carolina team Si :
a 35-17 lead.
the roster of the Milwaukee YORK (ANPFormer s.jp
The lead was increased to 4826at
the half. Braves are: Warren Spahn, Lew welterweight champion
In the consolation Lincoln Burdette, Eddie Matthews, Hank Johnny Saxton used the wrong
game, Aaron, Joe Adcock and many kind of gloves-+women's. when
Mo. university Jefferson City, I others who have thrilled base- he was captured last week by police -
toppled the Golden Tigers
I ball fans In an attempted burglary
of from coast to coast. #
Tuskegee 88-64, behind the
Manager Fred Haney of the which netted him only $3.20.
sharpshooting of
Geprge Pruit
captain and forward. Pruit scor-, Braves says he will go "firstclass" Saxton, who earned thousandswith
his
mitts during
boxing
against the Yankees
ed 30
points higher individualscore
nabbed as he attempted a.
heydays, was
in the game. meaning of course, as many first
to rob an apartment
string or regulars will
play
Pruitt
was chosen along with
black
building. He used a pair of
Attles of A&T, and Leo Morgan against the Yankees as the women's gloves to avoid leaving
of the Rattlers Braves seek partial revenge for % '
to the All-Tour- fingerprints. As it turned out, d .1St
last fall.Dorsey.
nament team by sportswriters and
however, Johnny was seized '
broadcasters. The other members are Joe Howell aAd High and Neither Saxton nor his attrac-

Charles Harrison of A&T. Northwestern tive wife Vivian, could give any
reason for the robbery But Sax- irf
Alumni MeetingAll ton, saying, "I'm terribly ashamed. -
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QED 1949 graduates and all It's a big letdown to all the
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Excitment at The western are to meet at the homeof something wrong and I've got to

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t :- tell all how pleased I was with .

i JUST BROWSIN'PAUL osity their during thoughtfulness my recent and illness.gener I aaivfc -'H "IA7RC I

also wish to sayeach time I thinkof NE 5.3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
'f'" how good all of you were to meI
,. R. HENRY want to thank each one of you
l y I .'>I ..... I f I I 1 ___ 1 I 1 ] I' I tI I I 1 I 1 ] I I again and again, and say that 11 \.,
never forget the nice things you FRIDAY, SATURDAY
Attorney General Richard Er- Billy Orais. ... have done for me. -----. --.-....--.- --
vin and State Attorney Richard
Gerstein will propose some Tuesday night at Miami Beach Very special thanks to the staff CCU*..PICIUIJ.
tougher legislation dealing with Auditorium ,Rudy Sawyer show of the Christian Hospital, my .1 M I ERN1E
gamblers and racketeers when ed the better man in a contest principal, Charles C. Wyche, and
the Legislature convenes next with Kid FJchlque! Of Cuba win- j the North Dade School Family, $JtWARr M
month. They will seek to tightenup ) ning the 10-round bout by a also the principal and faculty of I.I
technicalities in search war- unanimous decision. the J. R. E. Lee Elementary
rants, phony advertising, etc. I School, Father Elisha Clarke
On Wednesday priest of the Incarnation Church,
The two Richards are rolling for the Worlds Featherweight'I and last but not least my efficient
up their sleeves for battling the title, Davy Moore of Los Angele and skillful physicians, Drs.' DIll emu
law breakers Are you listening? won over Champion Hogan (Kid) W. A. Patterson Jr. and J. O. I uuamMIDI
-;---- -of
.Bassey Nigeria, thus bringing Brown
Florida/s turnpike from Miami I. the featherweight title back to
to.Ft Pierce has been such a success the United States. Sincerely,
that the authorities are now I Robert T. StraFP' Sr. c 'I I Q Qlr __,_
considering the advisability of This weekend sees the two top 3215 NW 49th St. Shown only at 8:50
extending the turnpike to Or- baseball clubs In actin at th
lando. Miami Stadium. The New York
Yankees: and the Milwaukee
I
, City 'Manager W. O. Campbell i Braves. At this writing it's rainy, I
has reinstated or ordered rein- but our weatherman promises CAPITOLTHEATRE
statement of Deputy Michael better weather conditions. Wt
OIBrlen effective March 30. hope so.Sunrise. MICKEY
a' ricnis;, ,now under Grand Jury Saturday Mldnlte
Investigation for neglect of duty. ROOHEY
I Sun. Mon. Tue . Wed.
Mercy Hospital.owned by the ServiceAt March 22 23 24 25
Roman Catholic Church, report: GREGORY PECK In
edtts4O0,000th patient on Tuesday -
f'..trims"we ek. The hospital Is ''Bethel AMEYou The Big Country'Plus
nine years old.
are cordially invited tc
The current issue of Loa k worship with us at our annual "Blonde Blackmailer"
Easter Sunrise Services, Sunday u' ,,, feted thrc IB United Mto i
Magazine, carries a very Interest-
ing story entitled "The South can morning, March 29 at 4 a.m. at -
Integrate its schools," by former the Greater Bethel AME Church, 7:04 and 10:40
GQV< ;Raymond Gary of Okla- 245 NW 8th street.
homa. Read about integration in
The 'usual order of service will
Okiahpnaa.SPORTSWISE. RITZTHEATRE SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
be carried out with the CandleLight ,

: At Bay!rent Processional beginning at r
4 Music will be rendered /-;;''" LEO McCAREY'S'
a.m. by -' '
t Auditorium;Meattie on won Monday by a night tko over Eddie the joint choirs The Easter Sun. : : \\UJ\\
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I rise message will be brought by NOW SHOWING :;\
our pastor, Rev. S. A. 'Cousin.
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place and benediction will b( I' : ROUND
!BUNCHE given attheentrance of the JU CaponeWith
.. given at the entrance of the THC FLAG __
THEATRE OPA LOCKAT Everyone Is asked to bring a
l. NA 1.7322 candle for the candlelight service. Rod Steiger BOYS!
SUN., MON., TUES. (Rev S.A. Cousin, pastor A28 The cast + _
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by the lIon Dr. R. W. Sawyer, I SATURDAY, 'MARCH 21, 1959 PAG ..
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1368 N.W. 56th St.
Is to do $112,000 worth of Improvements *
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An 11-year-old girl was fox: 12 ;years and four months during the 'first two Two 1550 N.W. 56th Street
charged in the Magistrate's Courton : homes for price of one

March 5, with ,kidnapping 15* On March 5 the, Legislative years. Also $13,950
\ month-old Ezekiel Nottage from Council adopted committee's ., .
a Last winter fire destroyed "
the Princess Margaret Hospital report to leas Hobby horse Hall Hobby Horse Hall and there was Two beautiful lots $43.50 per month i"
on ,the previous day. The baby to Bahamas Raceo, Limited The much confusion 1 Next to above address
was found in a house 'on Mont- Open every day
.-. - Bargain Price
rose Ave. the following morningThe - - - - - - "> Clean neighborhood,
girl has been held for medi- $3,750 Each
cal observation. '2.bedroom with' 'dl ins:

First Home Thrift Plan Chelsea Realty with room,tile concrete roof and block awnlnge.'home'

Nassau is having one 'of the
Enclosed, garage In back ,
best tourist seasons. in its his- RealtorPL

tory. During a total the of month'27,552* of visitors February Starts. at Roosevelt Estates 4-4685 yard second ing -, could half home.block be Duplex made,from zone Into bus

here, and the number In ,
were '
.1"\ and tore..Terms can be tar,t;
January was 23,601. Many of Roosevelt Developers Inc lution to the establishment of a ranged with smaller down-
them have stopped over for the West Palm Beach, builders of a better way of life for people for FOR SALE payment.
winter. new neighborhood' of homes In whom it was intended.
West Palm Beach, have 'put for- From its inception, Roosevel New 3-Bedroom FAUSTINE D.
Trevor Albury, popularly knownas ward a revolutionary plan for Estates has been planned as ar WATSON ,
"Uncle Bud,". got in trouble making the purchase of a new ideal community, designed to 2-Bath Home Realtor
again. Charged with using "ob home at Roosevelt Estates with. bring all the amenities of gracious -
scene language and resisting arrest in the reach of everyone.In convenient living to an area Hardwood Floors Garage 2675 W. First Ave.
he was fined in the Magis- cooperation with the First' suffering from overcrowding. Large Lot 70x90 Hialeah Fla.
trate's Court on March 9, $112 or Federal Savings and Loan Association Now that it 19',8. reality, with ,
fourteen months' Imprisonment.This of West Palm Beach, beautiful homes rapidly ncarlng 6635 N.W. 24th Ave. ,Phone TU 8-8792.

was, Uncle Bud's 77th conviction the developers have worked outa completion, and utilities and road Open Sunday 3 to 5
for obscene language and plan whereby individuals may paving going in, many people are p.m.
sundry offences.A start saving up, with as little as looking with envy upon their
Now is the !
$10, to secure the necessary FHA more fortunate neighbors who time

committee comprising C. E. money required can down be deposited payment at The the will be section moving of into homes.this first completed Advertise It Pays! to Register to Vote!

Francis, M.A., principal of the Roosevelt Estate office, and this .
Southern Senior School as chairman special fund will be held in trust But, with the advent of this
; Paul Adderley, L. B. John. for the purchaser and earns dividends new Home Thrift Plan, everyone
son, Livingston Coakley, Cyri payable semi-annually. can look forward to home own-
Fountain, Dr. Jackson Burnside ership in this desirable new
Special certificates of '
Dr Francis Adderley, Dr. .Cleveland participation neighborhood. The necessary CLEAN..CLEAN.
will be Issued to the
Eneas and Rev. John Taylor pur- membership forms rIs
are already
'
chasers .and ,r
they can, at the
will conduct classes in adult education available at the Roosevelt Estates
at ,the St. Agnes Schoolroom time they make their Initial deposit office, at .15th ,st, and Australian CLEAN.
The studies will be for reserve the exact locationof ave., Just west of Roosevelt Hign .
the home site they desire.In .
those who have finished high School.
.
addition to this innovation, f Mi'
school work. Classes are expected I
new financing is expected to help
to be started this week.
incorporate all expenses in ono
reduced amount required to take
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Bruce Alfred Newchurch, 54 title to a home. Mortgage Only
died at the Princess Margaret '
Hospital on March 11. Mr. New- It is expected that the,new plan $64 monthly pays on a love- a, { ..S21oa
which has been hailed
civic
church became ill at Eleutherathe leaders and representatives by of the ly CBS 2-bedroom home, no
previous week and flownto
was community, will help and encourage qualifying Cali'zGreat
Nassau. He is survived by his
people who
many were
wife, Isolena, mother, Julia, lour
unable! to in vest the 'tola. Southern
sons, Alfred, Willis, (Richie and amount needed while their homesare
Archie; two daughters, Mrs. Glo- being built for them. RealtorsNE
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ria Humes and Mrs. Shirley ,
The eyes of the financial and
Clarke; two brothers, Harold and real estate world are upon the operation 3-2696 ;.: s- I'
Fred; two sisters ,Mrs. Ivy Davis of this plan, as many _
and Miss Lea Newchurch; 16 areas prepare to follow this so- ;'
grandchildren and one great-

grandchild. I ;:; }
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of Police for eight years, Inspector .Johnson of Miami
G. A. Bartlett was recently
promoted to the rank of chief
inspector. He succeeds Chief InSpector '
Theophilus Gibson who 3 Colored Pictures $2.50key
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.. I .. MARTIN MEMORIAL AME tion by Rev. Grigsby of Hurst .,
Chapel Perrlne thus ended the

Richmond Heights most. inspiring and enlightening
Rev. Albert Jones pastorOn Miami district conference.At .
three o'clock the Mays High
Wednesday morning :March chorus was presented in a music
11 all roads led to Martin Memorial fantasia. Some of the finest loca]

host church for the Miami talent was displayed.TRINITY .

1 Cfmre Jones District, host Conference.pastor, led Rev.the Albert devotions .
WESLEYAN
i',' to i iIii He in turn presented Dr.
t 7' me W. B. Coffey presiding elder ?: f Rev. George E. Johnson pastor
the Miami. -district who presidedover Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter

the two day meet. Sunday School................... 8 a.m .
; Morning worship .................... 11W:
: The Rev. J. D. Garmon of St. ,
Meeting 5
Young People's : p.m
Miami
e John AME: of South was
{ the speaker for the morning, his
THE MAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"- BETHANY BAPTIST text was taken from 2nd Corinthians CORINTH BAPTIST

; '5:14-15.: 1450 N.\V. 59th St.
' 3078 N.W. 45th St.
PAGE 10 SATURDAY .MARCH ))21 1959 '
i Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Thursday afternoon the Missionary -
I Sunday School........... 9:30 aja Society of the Miami district Phone NE 5-1518
a: Morning Service .,.......... 11 a.m. held their session under the Servicesevery Sunday

i BAHA'I ASSEMBLY MT. ZION A. M. E. BTU ................................ 3.-SO pjn eadership of Mrs. W. B. Coffey. Sunday School........... 5:30: a.m.

:, Naw Ruz (Baha'i New Year) 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. Evening Service ............. 7:30: pjn The final session was opened Morning Service ............ 11 a.m.
Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m. Evening Service ........ 7t30!. p.m.
will be celebrated Saturday, Opa Locka with the Rev. J. S. Blake of New
March 21 at 6 pjiv !with a fish fry Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor Mt. Zion of Goulds presiding.

to ,be held in the garden of the Sunday School ................ 5:30: a.m. EBENEZER METHODIST The Rev. S. A Cousin of Greater NOTICEAll

r home of Mr. and Mrs. William Morning worship ..........,. 11 a.m. Rev. Aaron D. Hall pastor Bethel gave the scripture lesson. Church notices MUST be

I Bethel, 545 NW 26th st. This league ...............5 p.m. Ernestine L. Hambrick, reporter The message for the eveningwas typewritten double spaced .
................ 7
celebration marks the comple- Evening worship p.m. delivered 'by the Rev T, C. and on one sheet of paper. Copy
, tion of the 10-day dawn-to-dusk Superb was It! Yes. The frappe Kelly of St. Paul, Coconut Grove. MUST be Into 'our office by 0

I'' fast, as well as the new year. sip given by Senior Usher Board With the reading of the resolu- p.m. Tuesday of each week to
MATTHEW AMEZ
Mrs. Lucille Buffin, secretary of No. 1 was really superb. Thoseof Insure Insertion.-Church Editor.
the Coral Gables chapter of the 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. you 'who missed it, really

UN Assciation, will speak on Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor missed a treat. The social hall of I

"Spiritual Springtime. All races Sunday School ................ 9:45: ajn .the church was beautifully dec- RUPTURED ?
and <( symbol of St. Patrick The
Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. I Day.
.
THE INCARNATION tables /were attractively donned You can be FREE from TRUSS SLAVERY New Non Surgical,
with beautiful flowers. A beauti-
Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TIME.
1835 N.W. 54th Street GRACE PRESBYTERIAN ful St. Patrick cake and sham-
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., viaar rock. At the punch bowls were
Susan! Butler, reporter Rev. James E. Culmer pastor Mrs. India Donavon and Mrs. Piles Rectal Diseases DR. LONG'S CLINIC

Eddie Edwards, clerk Scrivens. .
e General Health
Winter Schedule Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m Those who appeared on the I A Service
Sundays: Morning worship .... ........ H:0: program were Mesdames Ber- I Reducing 21 S.W. 13th Ave. Ml 2748:,
Church School and Westminster Fellowship .... 6 I
pan : nice Hall, Alma Owens, Olivia
Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: a.m.
Tinker Tillie Allen Valeria
,
Solemn Suns Mass and .... .
Murray Bertha Martin Rosa '''''''''''' " _.
Sermon .......-........... 11:00 a.m. ST. PAUL A. M. E. ,
Jackson
E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: pjn Gladys McFord and .
Solemn Evensong and Rev. J. D. Washington, pastor Irene Polite; Ben Mobley Joseph OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU

Sermon ......... ............. 7:30: p.m. 19th St. and 4th Court Pieze, Robert Randolph and .
, Tuesday: Ulysses Morris and choir No. 1. SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
St Paul will have its Good
A total of $194.40 was raised.
St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild

Rehearsal................... 6:30 pjn. Friday services at 8 pm. The Mrs. Emma Caldwell memberof PSYCHIC READERLet
theme, "The Seven Cries From ,
Wednesday: senior usher board No. 1 and
Low Mass .................... 6:30 ajn. The' Cross. Rev. Hall their
Evensong' and Meeting of 1. Then said Jesus, forgive express heartiest t r v r
gratitude to the many who shared
them for they know not what
Guild of Our Lady... 8:00 p.m.
do-Rev. in the event to make it the
they Washington
Thursday
:
The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd 2. Verily I say unto thee, today most successful one of the sea-

All Angels shalt thou (be with me in son.The I 1 t E y f

Rehearsal .................... 5:30: p.m. Paradise-Rev. 'H. S. Delaney two choirs songfest of sponsored the church by the ,. .1 w
Friday! 3. Woman, behold they Son! was
great, financially and. spiritually.
St. Cecelia's Choir Behold thy mother
Rev. Slay-
When it's good
singing
Rehearsal.... ............. 8:00: pm. ton Matthews. visit !Ebenezer. Choir No.you 1 want rais-
Stations of the Cross 4. My God, my God why hast ed
$315, choir No. 2, $202.50.
MOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mast thou forsaken me?-'iRev. Crow. Get your tickets now for the
High Mass and Benediction ot; ell Easter dinners
sponsored by the<
the Blessed Sacrament on All & Q thirst.-Rev. M. M. Williams youth of the church family of
Feast Days.Weekends. 6. It is .
finished-'Rev. Evans four people can eat for $3.75
: Low mass on all) 7. Father, into Thy hand I Help the youth in their effort to
holy and Saints' Days. commend my spirit-.Rev. J. B. attend a meeting in New Orleans.
Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on Williams.The Be sure to dine ,with the youthon
all Feast Days.Friday public is invited to attend Easter Sunday. my years of Experience guide and protect you through

these services. M27 Visitors are always welcomed Life AS a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
Stations
of the Cross, 8 pm.
to worship with us.
WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE MB
ST. JAMES BAPTIST
PALM
SUNDAY MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. For Success in Business And Love

Church School and Adult Bbile BTU ................................ 5:30: p.m
Class ........................ 0:00: a.m Evening Worship ........... 7:30: p.m S. A. Thomas pastorD. CONSULT HER -

Solemn Sung Mass, Sermon Visitors always welcome B.. reporter You can now have your home made happy

'with procession, 'the Sunday School........... 9:30: am I
Get and Hold the
Something for all to think 0 position wanted
(blessing and distributionof you so long
Morning Worship ........ 11:00: ajn
Palms .......?....... 10:30: am 323 N.W. 14th St. about as we travel the road oflife's Don't Stay in the rut, get out now .
Solemn Outdoor Rev. J, L. Johnson pastor Journey. Those of us who O By the help of God the can help you

Procession ...........'......... 5 p.ra Sunday Services sit in the pews may be able to
Solemn Evensong and the help as much as those in the pul Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
Story of the Cross in pits. There are more laymen troubleIt

Song ............................ 6 p.m. MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. We than have there are daily pulpit contact authorities.with will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First

HOLY J. N Byrd, pastor
MONDAY people that the minister rarelysees. Where thousand come yearly for help and advice too
Low Mass ........................ 6:30: a.m. Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter We can intlate action that you can
Evensong and Meditation 8 p.m. NOTE: Visitors are always wel'anew pastor might hesitate to be touched by this strange mysterious power

William H. Hanna, officiant come. start. Through us as active lay- WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
Order of
Special Guild in attendance Service the
men, church can show its
Episcopal churchmen (all men) Sunday School ...............?....... 9:36: strength. Won't you and you offer same.God who delivered Mosca and the children of Israelof
and Episcopal. young churchmen. Morning worship 11:00 your help? There are a lot of us old IM still alive today and will open a way for yon throughthe

HOLY TUESDAY BTU ........................................ 5:30 who attend church, but do not troubled sea of life. Let not him that Is,blind lead you or

Low (Mass ........................ 6:30: am. Evening worship .................... 7:30 ..work in the church, Let us as you atumHe I with him.

Evensong and Meditation 8 p.m pew members think more serious Do yon doubt the existence of things because yon cannot see
Arthur C. !OEJlatche, officiant TRIUMPH CHURCH; about the welfare of religious activities them? -
Special Guilds it is our responsibility
in attendance- Prince H. Mobley, pastorSis. shall we it? What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that
Episcopal church grasp
women (all C. McKinney, reporter make Wireless Telephone, Radio and Television
women) and the Hospitality com Sunday School opens at 9:30 possible?

"Jesus Undergoes Trial" was a.m. More are urged to come out. A seed before it sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent in the
mittee.HOLY the subject of last Sunday's les- There is work for many more womb of Nature. THERE
WEDNESDAY: ..,,_ ... ..__1- e..__ "_.._..I ,_ the fields are white ready for dark earth or IS AN "UNSEEN
Low Mass ........................ 6:30: a.m. ouii.Mark Airc; BVJifciiuic, was:: iimiiu in harvesting. The attendance is POWER"
14:53-1,5:15.:
,
Thomas Evensong P.and Johnson!Meditation 8 p.m. The subject of the YPE Band great activities are interestingand Therefore, acquaint \ 1 II

Special Guilds in ,attendance officiant was "Have You Fruits of ,the be gained inspiring.even There through is much contact.to self with the one yourm
Spirit? Scripture found Galatians
St Vincents authority. Whose
Acolyte Guild The We are enjoying the (best of
Guild; of Our Lady, St. Cecelia's 52226.: in The Lord is really.!bles- worship service it is filled with consultation will evolve you t N
sing the YPE band.
Choir Guild and St. Michael's spiritual animation the sermons to a higher state of mind. (
The Lord
Choir Guild. was really present in delivery by the pastor are good, '

MAUNDY'NttJ'RSDAY our devotional service and many the song renditions by the choir All Information is 1-
souls
were made to feel glad. ,
Solemn groups are very good. The pub-
Sung (Mass and

of the Evensong altar ...benediction strippingSolemn 6 . Bro.the D.devotional.Carswell Our was pastor in chargeof delivered lic our is welcome church any to attend time. servicesat Strictly Confidential' :.,. ; 4,,.

i the blessed of the message for the even. Remember the general rally of Office. Hours 0 a.m.-8 p.m. "
sacrament and the
ing and his text was "Why Will the Ls in
church the closing date
Sunday: 10 a.m. to 1 a ,
sacrament of penance 8 pjn. Ye Die'Oh House 'of Israel." We his been, extended to the third p.m.

GOOD (FRIDAY were very happy to have Mother Sunday in April. Let us striveto Don't Write-Call in Person
Mass of the Pre-Sanctified Vanburgen from Memphis Tenn. do bur best by playing our partin
6:30 am. to spend some time with us. a financial way. DAILY READING '1.00 UP

Three! hour: meditation on Well it is that time again -
the words from the, the quarterly conference. The 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W.
Cross. ..._. 12:00: 3:00: p.m. meeting is now in progress at the
HOLY SATURDAY Triumph Church 6825 NW 20th 4th Ave. and 16th Terr MADAM HUNTER

Lighting of the new fire, ave. Come out and enjoy the Phone FR 9.1424
blessing lot the Font and Lord with us. Prince H. Williams MASSES 1657 N.W. 73rd St, Miami

Holy Baptism ............ 5 p.m. presiding prince and Prince D. Daily ................................. 9 a.m I
Sunday ........ 7 & 8:30
Sacrament 'of Penance 6-7 p.m. Williams, pastor.. a.m. : sin I I


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FIRST UNITARIANOn ,########,#####" " ##

Saturday March 21, 2:30:

r p.m., Community Group No. 1
4 will have a picnic at ,GreynoldsPark.


s I Rev.. Glen O. Canfield, ministerof
z the First Unitarian Church
located on Dixie Highway at SW

29th road, will speak, on the sub-

ject, "Mortar, Money, Minds,
Merger," on Sunday, March 22,
11 am The sermon will be a PROGRAM

discussion of a proposed mergerof SCHEDULE
rt the Unitarian and Universalist
fiL denominations which -will be MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

voted on by the local congregation -
at ,a meeting on Wednesday, 6:30 10:00: ''a.m.

March: 25, 8 p.m. JOHNNY COME LATELY
That evening at 8:15: the Jefferson :
Club will meet at the home 10:00' : 11:00 .m.

-- of Mrs. Evelyn Ross, 2321 Tiger LOUISE GRIFFIN

JAMES A.M.E. The Most Rev. Bishop Colman shaw Garfield Jackman, Bernard Tail Court, Coconut Grove. Tho SPIRITUALS
F Carrol, Bishop of Miami con- Welters! Cornelius James discussion topic will be "Can
,
Rev. H. McNeil Harris, pastor ferred the Sacrament of Confir- Eugene Smith, Paul Wyche, MI- capital punishment be abolished 11:00 12:00: (Noon' .
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Mrs. Sadie F. Dean in Florida?
reporter mation on 48 adults and children chael Seymore, Barbara Miller JOHNNY COME LATELY

History was made Tuesday, on Sunday afternoon in Holy Row 2: Joy Hamilton, Paul
March 10 at St. James when Mrs. Redeemer Catholic Church Wyche, Veronica Anderson, San- the 12:00: 2:30: p.m.
Martha Nicholson was crowned Monsignor James Nelan delivered dra Lightbourn, Ellen Lawyer, by pastor. BLANCHE CALLOWAY
7:30 Pastor and
Sunday
( a ,brief sermon before the Janice Fisher Linda : p.m.
queen of Roses in a setting befitting Glass, Ka- members. PRESENTS
ceremony explaining the trina COlebrook Shelia
a queen. meaningof Williams
Sunday '3 Pastor and
p.m.
Before the crowning event took the Sacrament. VonCilc James, Selina Dean, Na- members. 2:30: 6:30 p.m.

place, a very unique and well Later Bishop Carrol addressedthe omi Farmer, Florence Mack, Visitors and friends are cordially ED COOK

planned program was rendered, newly confirmed Catholics. Row 3: Ralph James, Rufus invited to attend each service -
under the direction of Mrs. W. and their sponsors relatives and Hughes, Irvcnia Glover, Lottie .

H. Jamison. Each person who friends reminding them of the James, Marcha Mclvcr, Tony :122
appeared on the program per- new obligations they freely assumed Dean, Alicia Jackson, Marie

formed with dignity and grace. During; his talk the Bishop Lawyer, Viola Chipman, Con- "RHOMANIA"is

questioned the children regarding stance Hamilton, Lenora Gard- On Your Dial
The queen 'Was presented by the chararcter and effects ner, Mac Thurston, 'Ruth Gard
Mrs. W. H. Jamison, and as she of the Sacrament they had on the way #'#I"I'#' 'I NNI
marched down the aisle to take ner.Row
throne she love- received. Jle was very pleased I 4: William Sawyer, Harold ,
her was never
with their response. Rustin, Lcona Royal], Monroe
lier. The crown was placed upon
The newly confirmed are from Jackson, Edward Porter, Jac-
her royal head by Willie Scott,
HOME BUILDING
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prime minister of the Carnationsand left to right row 1: John Taylor queline Rawls, Lena Sawyer, Lillian -
losers of the 'contest. After Frank Jackman, Cleveland Flet- Ross, Emma Brinson, Beatrice e FREE PLANNING SERVICE

the program and crowning event. cher, Alfred Glass, Joseph Ker- Davis, Lois Holmes. O FINANCING ARRANGED

everyone was ushered to the par- '
ish hall, where a lovely dinnerwas Custom Built Homes on Your Lot *
served by the men of the I MT. ZION BAPTIST MATTHEW TEMPLE

church. Much commendation and Ask your friends about . .
Luvenla Knox
1628 NW 5th Ave.
thanks due them for the very
are
Public Relations Officer Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor
efficient: service given everyon. N.
Ralph RoleyGENERAL
If everyone 'Would light one HOLY WEEK SERVICESPreaching
On services will begin
Sunday
little candle, what a ,bright world services and pro-
with the School at 8:30
Sunday this would be. Then those of us gram will be rendered. each night BUILDING CONTRACTOR
which time IBro. Roddy
ajn. at who are lowly and who know Monday Easter Sunday, Mar.
and his staff of officers will greet despair could ,find hope anew. 23-29. 1094 N.W. 54th StreetPL
followed the
morning
you, by Hate would banish and there
Groups sponsoring service: t
worship at 11< a.m. and the evening would be! love as,the Master look 1.4704 After 6 TU 8.1940
p.m.
worship at 7 p.m. All of these Monday: Rev. Vincent Moss
Into our hearts and impart His
and Bro Sam Lewis
and Rev.
services promise to be upliftingand
perfect peace.In fc VVVVVVVVli'l"fc"i"fc 1i"fc"fcGet
inspiring. and Mrs. Austfn. ..
the absence of our minIs- Tuesday: Bro. Matthew Weaver
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST ter, the Rev. Edward T. Graham, Bro. and Sis. Lamar Cameron.

on las Sunday morning Dr. CarlE. Wednesday: Bro and Sis. Leviticus out of the rut! Come and see
Phyllis Myers, reporterRev. Yaeger delivered' a sermon Rolle and Sis Lightsey
E. M. Th'omas. pastor that was both inspirational and

informative. The ,audience responded Thursday: Rev. Lawrence Red-
"Fret not thyself because of beautifully to this'mas- dick of the St. John The Baptist' Bishop HunterWHO
evil doers neither be thou envious -
of terful speaker and our lives are Nazarene, will preach, and members -
workers
the
against richer by having heard him. The in charge with Bro. and Sis.
inquity." Rev. Emory Jackson, supply] pastor Alexander Lucas Jr. and Bro L.
In obeying God's command we of the church did a superb Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. John IS WELL ,
began our day with the Sunday Job in carrying out the order of Chiles and friend.

School which began at the usual: service and introducing the Friday: Sisters Pauline Ferguson / KNOWN AS

hour 'WIth the superintendent in speaker. G. Valdez PROF. HUNTER 4jj
charge. The lesson was reviewed Mrs. Allen. Rev E. M. Thomas
by Rev. Chalk. Sunday, March 22, immediately and members of Mt Calvary
following the morning service, Baptist Church in charge of ser- For the past 33 yearsIf
The devotional service was
the Laymen League will serve vice.
conducted by Bro. Smith at 11 dinners in the basement of the {
Sunday a,m.: Regular services ; f p
a.m. The music was furnishedby church. This is only one of the you are sick and

the No. 2 choir. Our pastor efforts that is being 'put forth by worried or In trouble '
preached the morning's message.At this group of Christian gentle
3 p.m. the No. 1 and 2 dea- men to create better fellowship fortunate Use your talents to this is the place to 1

coness boards had a very nice among those who :know and love the glorification of God come. Don't stay in the

program both spiritual and financial the Christ. Have you bought your back the veil }
Push
the time Is rut.
1ide.Sunday ticket yet? Hurry,
short I J. B. SMITH of the lack of understanding

night the devotional I If interested in whatis '
you are and bad luck
service was conducted by Dea- ELECTRICSERVICE r -
vogue and in good taste, attend
con Mann: The music was fur- the Grand Fashion Revue that seem to hold you t
nished !iby the No. 1 choir. Rev. yIn -
Stephens came before us with that is being sponsored by the your track and ad-
Baptist Training Union on Monday -
the Electrical Contractor forward the
night's sermon. March 30 at 8 pm. at the vance by

Visitors are always welcometo church. HOUSEWIRING"Don't h.lp of Cod.y
come and 'Worship with us at The annual baby contest culminated -
any time. on Monday, March 16. cuss Call us" Your home and every day life can be made happy.He .

I Total amount raised $3,340.06. PHONE NE 5-3058 will show you to bypass your enemies and get the

TEMPLE BAPTIST: Announcement of winners next things that God put in the, world'for you. Let the

. Sunday is the date that loyalmembers week.Opportunity comes but once, Night or Day peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the

have been preparing next he sends, his daughter "Mis- power that is in you will be awaken and you will be

for and looking forward to for in a higher state of mind and spirit.
months. It is annual rally day.

Some have already made a good: For FREE Pick-up and Listen to Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your
start in paying their quota and i
dial every morning at 6i59 from Monday through
Service on
ere all set for the day. Everyoneis Delivery
expected to do his duty. . Prescriptions Friday and on Sunday at 6:45 a.m. you are invitedto

The choirs are being whippedinto listen to the Radio Ministry of Bishop Hunter of

shape to render service on SERVICE the Spiritual Temple of Zion Church located at 5417

Easter Day.. Every member Is Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. Donation ,will
urged to attend the final rehear- DRUG STOREs be accepted for the continuation of this broadcast.Prof. .

sals next week. The young peopleare "Prescription Compounding

busy making. preparation. for n Specialist" Hunter's office is open daily from 10 a.m.
which
their Easter program treat. I f" to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and con*
to be a
promises '
iRemember the organ recital.I 5 Sundries Gifts sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof I is licensedby

Have your ticket? .. Patent Medicines the State and County as a Reader.

a
;l Greeting Cards One mile east of 7th Ave on Highway 441 Old

Support Your 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave. Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remem-

cox ber the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood,
SIDNKV T.
YMCA Membership Registered Vh&rmrM Phone FRanklin 3-2932 Florida.ST. .

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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" brother ..... Interment in Lincoln 68th Lane.'died in Jackson Memorial -. f .' '. ,
Me i 'Ia-gemeteryy'lie will lie 'Hos 1tal. She is survivedby

PAGE: j iJ2 SATURDAY, ,MARCH ((21, 1959 DEATHS I in'repose(lhj f the church< from 730; two sons,**four- daughters, 13 *" ': ',..

pjn."Frida ....( jntil';funeral time. grandchildren, five great grandchildren l /Q1...
: .J:';
.. andother relativesFun* :", :.
'Mrs.' .Xtylte Green of' 65.17 SW, eral services will be conducted, at ' 7" ,

CARDS: MEMORIALS House of Albert .. ; 59th plac VSouth Miami, allied 'Jn Mt, Calvary, 'BaptistChurch' i of ,It', ,
j Kendall. Hospital'"March1 ''14 four,, Ube t1;City ott3March,2l/at> : ; 9:30: . .

,. ,Wilmus Williams Jr., son of days*after'admittance,"there., She a.m.with! Rev. Tarpley, fficiat-! r.::
1 Wilmus Williams of is survivedIby two' daughters ing;' Bdrial will 'hbeld,.. in IAn :N ::,
and Mrs.
Mr. ..
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM Perrine died March 3. Graveside Mrs. Blanches Tooks.: and .Mrs coin Memorial! -:Cemetery.. ': ..."" ' ,,\', '. :

rrb --rfa'rbny late ffn of dear services .and burial were held Carrie Bell tannah, three sons, '
the loving
of our
memory
Bennie .
three sisters three brothers anda Mrs. Lee' Bell of 2110 'I, ,
GLADYS COHEN father, March 5 at Paradise Memorial I'
host of'other relatIves. Funeral -- NW 3rd ave., apt. 5, died In JackI } "
who died March 2, 1959- wish to SINGLETON SIMMONS, SR. Gardens. .
"
services("Mil be conducted on son Memorial Hospital' on March', ;"> '
for their who departed this life March
thank friends
the on -
many
March 21 Mt. Oli 16, She is survived by a daughter -
at 2 At
kindness and thoughtfulness 23, 1055. We loved you but Frank J. Howard of 2450 NW p.m. ,
.: shown during the dark hours of Jesus loved you best. 154th St., Opa Locka, died in S. vette Baptist' Church) with the Mrs. Gladys Chatman.. Fun .'\'',,.'.-'
E'-P. 'officiating eral services will be conducted
Rev
bereavement and many thanks to Mrs. Susie S. Hunter Fla. State (iHospital March 111/ ,The pastor : Brown on
,,The body will lie in state in March 21 at 10:30 a.m.. at Trinity
the sisters of the Greenleaf So- And Family body was sent to Cochran, Ga. '
.., CME Church with ReV Harris
5 Friday
the from -
chapel pan
cial Club and also the memlbers March 14 for burial. He is sur- '
a.mSaturday when it officiating Burial will be
until 7 con-
I of Bethany Chapter officers club. vived by a daughter, Mrs. Mollie : "
Gratefully, IN MEMORIAMIn Lambert Will be taken to the;' church.; ducted in Loincoln.

Mrs. Dorothy Laster, sad but loving memory of '' rrimlOlthc! Tynes of U6315ave.
daughter The body of Samuel Clark Jr. Richardson . .t'N.
my dear wife, NW 22nd died at his residence
-- .
(Miss Bessie Cohen, daughter who died March 14 and who liv- i
Mrs. Amanda O'Bryant, ed at 226 NW 16th st., was mot- Raymond Washington Jr., 8, on March 16.:He is survived -
son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond by his wife, Lilla, a daughterfour
Willie Ray Cohen, sonmotherinlaw ored to Lake City March 16
where final rites and burial will Washington, died March 13 in the brothers, five sisters. Funeral -
$ Kendall Hospitl. Funeral services services will be conducted at
take place.. He is survived toy 'his
were conducted from the Rich- St. James AME Church on Monday -
CARD OF parents and other relatives.
THANKS. ardson chapel on Monday at 2 March 23 ,t 1 p.m. with Rev.

The family of the late Horace E Morrison of 3535 iNW p.m. 'with burial in Paradise Me- Harris officiating.' Burial in Lincoln -
SUSAN BUTLER .
,, 213th st, Opa Locka who was morial. I'"
take this method of extending _
one of the victims of a gasoline
thanks' and appreciation to the explosion on Jan. 26 died in Willie Mack, 913 N. 17th St., John Dozier of Philadelphiadied

many friends and neighbors who < Jackson Memorial Hospital Ft. Myers, died in the V. A. 'hospital March 10. He is survived by

contributed floral pieces and a March 11. Funeral services will March 12.', The body Was two brothers, Joseph and Giles,
cars and other means of condo- t shipped to Mobile National a sister, Eliza Dozier, all of Miami -
, be held Saturday, March 21 at
lences in ur hour of bereavement. '::-.., 10 am. at New Bethel Baptist Cemetery, Mobile, Ala .for burial Funeral services were con-
(Benjamin Butler ducted in the
chapel at 1 p.m
Church, Opa Locka with the Rev.
And Family 7a James Rudolph, pastor of Anti- Nelson Dennis, Broward Coun- March 19. Burial was held in "

Key West, Fla. och Baptist Church, ''New ,Liberty ,ty, died in. tie V. A. Hospital on Evergreen Cemetery.

City, officiating. He will lie in March., 15. Remains were shippedto

CARD OF THANKSThe _, "" ""_"" "",m_'__",'_",,,,,, _,,,, repose in the chapel from t p.m MiUedgeville, Ga. Darrell E. Wells, son of Mr. and
family of the until 11 pan ,Friday when he Mrs. Samuel Wells of 2340 Golden -

......_ ,., (MRS. REBECCA E. WILEY will be taken to the church. I 'Mrs Eva Brown, 369 NW '14th Glades Road, Opa Locka,
--
-- w -- who fell asleep in the Lord on Survivors are a wife, Louise, st. died in.t1 ij.e. Jackson Memorial died at Variety Children's Hos-

March 15, 1953. two children; two brothers and 3 Hospital on;: March 14. Funeral pital on March 16. He Is survived ,.
Gone, but not forgotten sisters nterment in Evergreen services conducted on .March 19 by his parents, a brother, mater-*"" .... '

May she rest in peace and light. Memorial. from! the Friendship Baptist nal grandparents. and paternal J.. '

perpetual shine upon her. Church at 2 pm. with, in grandmother. Chapel service wil

Fred Wiley, husband r :"" .... Lincoln .Mem tial., ,She 1 burial to be conducted March 21 at 5 p.m.
'
F I +.r'. mourn a daughter; Mr. Marie with Rev. C. J. Burney officiating -
Bailey Williams and one sister. Burial will be in Evergreen .

IN MEMORIAMIn ,. Cemetery.. ,

loving memory of our darl- a Pe> cy D. Peak, 419 NW 8th st.
ing wife and mother, -5- died at home on March '15. Fun- Oscar of 1881' NW 68th

A eral services conducted on Friday st., died at his residence March
S.
S
from the Richardson chapel. 17. He was well known .amon f

at 3 p.m. with burial in Evergreen the; workers of the Florida Eas'Coast

; : and Atlantic Coastline R.R.

3 a, having been employed as a' cook
Joa L. Townsend, Homestead, for! 40 years. He is survived bya

died on ,March..13.: Funeral arrangements son, William McGrlff. Chapel

A m.9i are. .incomplete.. services will be conducted March
,, e 20 at 10 a.m. Burial will be In

g Lincoln Cemetery.

f Range. . <
I Geraldine Burney, daughter of
..rc't1.- '. William Armstrong of 828 NW tfr. and Mrs. William Burney, of

< 65th st., died at his residence or. 1241 NW 58th terr., died in Jackson -
March. 12._ is survived his
9t He by
; Hospital on March 18. Besides
MRS SARAH FERMENT \ mother,Mrs. Elizabeth Armstrong, her parents she is survived b
extends its .v three sisters, four brothers. >
deepest appreciation/ two brothers and a sister. Chapel)

to the many friends and neighbors -- chapel services, wer-e' conducted services will be conducted Friday>' .' t, ,.
for their services rendered on March 18 with Rev. 'Edward .
\
at 2 "
p.m. with Rev. Cousin off! ,
-. tdating. \
during her death on (March, 5, ,- '- .o T. Graham pfficiating..Burial was Burial will be in Lincoln
and her Iburial on March 14, 1959. ,-- --i 3 held at Paradise Memorial Gar- ,
Cemetery. ,
Alex Ferment, husband. Funeral services for Rev,, Timothy I dens. '
C. C. who lived .
And Family i Gray at .
iI I 10250 SW 176th st., Perrine, and Mrs. Earline D. Colston of 225NW James W. Jackson of 1865 NW
73rd St., died in the
who died suddenly at his home emergenc
IN I32nd Terr., died at Jackson -
MEMORIAMIn March 12 will be conducted Sat- Memorial Hospital March 13. room of Jackson Memorial hospital -

memory of I'... "" _.- .,""... 1'r 'U' urday, (March 21 at 3 p.m., at the She is survived by her husband, will> on March 17 Mr. Jackson
Spiritual Baptist Church ''where be well remembered, having
HENRIETTA THOMASwho Timothy, her mother, Mrs. Lula
': > departed this life March 19 he was pastor, with Rev. E. A. Clitte, a brother, James H. Dun- made his home here since the,
early> 1920's. He
was a merber of
Thompson officiating Survivorsare
I' l 1958. nell and other relatives. Funeral
St John Institutional
Baptist.
wife Elder Elizabeth -
; o n s services were conducted on
She is gone, but not forgotten Church: ,for over 35 He
daughter six sisters and years. was
.one March 18 at Greater New Bethel
to that Heavenly home above
a leading "paper boy" for
: : { > the Mi-
:1'IX"' i Some sweet. day we long to meet baptist Church of Opa Look, ami Herald in the Liberty City
t' & her, with Rev. K. W. Smith officiating -
area, and a number of delivered
if," f. boys -
1 Burial was held in Lincoln
J i And share in her infinite love. the Herald under his
\ God knows how much miss Memorial Cemetery. sup-
I we IN MEMORIAMIn vision. Survivors include his wife,

iL/ you Mattie, a daughter, Willie B.
:.. Wf.j Nover shall your memory fade sad but loving memory of \Ben Bletcher of SW 218th St., Crane! of Atlanta; three brothers

Loving ,thoughts shall always our beloved husband and father, Goulds, lied In Jackson Memo- Andrew of New Jersey; Cosby of, .
wanderTo Hal Hospital on March 13. He Is
; ''. the where survived by his widow, Mrs. La.' Wilmington, Delaware; Richardof
o ;! ] spot your were Detroit; two sister, Mrs. Myrtle
cell Bletcher
j laid. a daughter, three Harrison of Cleveland
Mrs.
; Ev-
sons. Services will be' conducted
.
[ t Rev. .,E. M. Thomas, husband at the Holiness Church of Goulds erlina MacMillan of Detroit; two
'"
,r,,,,.", '\ .. 11 ,*t Sally H. Thomas, daughter at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 21. 'of randchildren the Willie Nidholson ,>
local'police
,. force and
( : h' ,1 Dazy Mae Lewin, daughter Burial will be held at Paradise I Mrs.
Eugenia
'&t.t '; a Charlie Thomas, son Memorial Gardens. Thomas Funeral services -
., will be conducted. nn Mon_
j And grandchildren --- -- WAA -

: ,\:; Mrs. Ollie Dean Toles of 15901 John day, March 23 at 3 pm. at St.
1 Baptist Church
i I NW 17th I court, died at her resi- Thedford with Revs
CARD OF THANKSWe : dence Johnson officiating i J
; on Match 13. She is surviveed Burial
a will be in
,: ;, Lincoln Ceme
> _M wish to thank the many by .husbandthree children. tery.
;.'11''i': J
friends and neighbors for all ..wu Chapel services were conductedon

MR. A. V. DIXON kindness and sympathy extendedto Monday. Burial was held in .
1 Born Dec. 25, 15)20, died March us during the illness and recent Paradise Memorial Gardens. - .' ... -At'; ...,

16, JW3. passing of our loved one,
Sleep pn dear brother, and Willie Baker who departed this 5. 5 M. C. Hicks of 2269 NW 67thst. HICKS' .r
take rest love life Feb. 18. 5a ., died in Jackson Memorial
your ; we you, but on Especially do we 5 '
God loves you best. wish to thank Rev. Harris anc Hospital on March 15. He is sur- Photo StudioUltra 'I

,Yur+ 'loving mother the congregation of Trinity; CME ; vived by his wife, Gladys, one

:. Envia iixon, Ocala, Fla. Church and the Range Funeral brother, seven sisters, a son. Fun- Fine Portraits

Christine Baker, sister Home. May God bless you, one eral serviceswill: be conducted '
,:<:tfRub/, Johnson, sister and all. March 21 at 2 p.m. at New Hope James E. Hick, Prop.
k .. David Dixon, brother Baptist Chxft h, Rev.J. E. Brown

.! Johnnle L. Sabbs, Signed: officiating Burial in Paradise Studio: '
Miami Minnie Baker, wife and Memorial Gardens. .
I 'stepbrother, Members of the bereaved MR. ROGENE MILTON 2440 NW 60th St.
*0fypit +*i m mm i i i
JfFor The Highest in family who departed this life March 20, Mrs. Delphine Caldwell Taylorof Phone NE 3-3166 '.
1958.
I 3102 NW 42nd st, apt. 5, died ,
COSMETICSCall : ----.. Asleep in Jesus, !peaceful rest in. Christian Hospital on Sunday, . .. .4' -
Whose waking is supremely blest March 1$.' Shfe is survived by her .lOw> 11 :' et..

( YUkon 3-5681 No fear, no woe shall dim that husband, ason, one sister. She was
"BAA'D9'AlsoMiamTimes Don't Fret Fight! hour sent Thursday to Thomaaville

.. That manifests the Saviour's I..Sa. where'\'bur1al rites will be

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Mrs. Elouise Wright I SATURDAY MARCH ))21, ,;1959 PAGiEsn3.. .

;:Dies ,in Washington .u' MYf.

Mrs Eloufse Lee Wright died Monday niaht at 7:30 o'clock,1 IN MEMORIAM
March 12 in Washington! D. C. March 16. Her body arrived In .
after a brief illness Mrs. Wright Miami Wednesday, March, 18 accompanied In memory of our dear one I
will be remembered as one time by her. mother and who departed this life a year ago.
secretary and saleslady for Carvei son.She March 1, 1958. .
Ranches with former offices on leaves a husband, Prince \
Utl 2nd ave. She was married to a son, Windy; of Washington, a Jl.1! -
I < rr Prince Wright and moved to mother, Mrs. Hattie Gadshaw of
Washington to make her home York St., Opa Lockathree sisters,
She was a member of Corlnthiar Mrs. Mamle Washington of Opa
- Baptist Church of that city, Rev. Locka; Mrs. Ducllle Price, Mrs.
TABLES FOR REFURNISHED R. P. Gainey, pastor. Thelma Bryant of Chicago, a
Formica Tops $3.95 up Funeral services took place on brother, Fr. Charles L. Jackson,
Step (End Coffee one room apart supply pastor of the Catholic Mission ii.
NE ment, all efficiency, private surroundlfitgs. ., !in Martinique, French West
3.8323A Driveway' for your For Rent Indies. *
A4 car. In-Qpa' Looka, Bunche Park The body will He in repose in
Phone NA -6654.; Ind 2 large furnished apts., the chapel of Peek's Funeral Homein *
rya
WANTED I Opa Locka from 1 p.m. Friday
CLEK-TYPJST. High school ROOM for single man or*woman 3262 Elizabeth St., Coconut until Saturday morning. Burial in

graduate 35 hours, $35 per week.. Cooking convenience. Nice neelgh- Grove. 13 bedrooms, living the family plot in Evergreen Me-
Off Wednesday and Sunday. 8:30to : borhood, across the street from morial Park. Percy S. Peek, Fun- ,
4. Apply Monday.. Ne bor's, Carver Hotel. Home at 5:00 every room, dining room and kit eral director.
1210 NW 62nd st. day 901 NW 3rd ave., apt. 2031BEDRQOM chen
: each.
1 Reasonable rent. Impressive funeral services foa
CBS House on twe little Theodore George Miller, 20
Call
Live-in :Positio 'arge lots. Fruit trees, and well CareyFR month old son of Mr. and Mrs.

Hostesses, we pay $2.00 'transportation kept lawn. Two bathrooms, part- 4-8398 Kenneth Miller of 16050 NW 17th .
to you for any vein ly furnished. New large stove st. were held in the chapel Tuesday
girl we place. Positions now and refrigerator, large rooms March 17, 1 pan with RevC. _
available in best Beach homes. with large clothes closets in each O. Eason officiating. Theodore riil_ ,_ ...
Up to $50 week. Come early In room. Large Jalousied screened died Friday, March 13 ir MR. HBN1RY N. CLARKE, SR.
morning, bring clothes Mrs. front porch. Near 12th ave. and Magnolia Hospital Besides a The sorrows of death compassedus.
Mack, Reliable Service 432 58th st. Bus stop FOR SALE mother he leaves a brother and? .

Espanola, Miami Beach. A4 Call FR 4-7756 or PL 8-5935 three sisters. We found much sorrow. Then

Brand INew .Model f called
FOR SALE A COMPLETELY Furnished 2- Upon the name of the Lord.O .
bedroom house. For information 3.bedroom, hardwood IN MEMORIAM Lord, we* beseech Thee, deliver -
50xJ50 DEERFIELD BEACH leon ,, apply at 1867 NW 58th st. or call our souls
S.E. 2nd Ct. East of SJE. 1st NE 5-4905 floors garage In sad ibut loving memory of Gracious !is the Lord and righteous -
Terr. Terms Call Miami FRank. our dear husband and brother, ; yea

'::0 7-4812 Inch ATTRACTIVE' ROOM near -_.- Our God !is merciful May He rest.
Crossroad South Miami, Call 1845 N.W. 57th St. in peace. ,
I or. Reasonable price. Nassau evenings MO 1-3106. Mrs. Vera Clarke, wife
Village, Front Wolf Road. Beth Open Sunday 3 to 5' p.m. Mrs. E. Jennings, daughter
1 Sundries, 6828 NW 18th ate FURNISHER Efficiency Couple Mr Henry N. Clarke, son
Phone OX '
18765.
only 1870 NW :55th Terr., NE I
I 5-0010.
ONE FAMILY House or officeon
valuable business lot. 1168 NEWLY renovated' six room LOTS FOR SALE .b
l"W 62nd st. Indi
house very reasonable Nice yard.
Easy Terms
- I
Call PL 4-7019.
ROOMING HOUSE on valuable Build on your lot M FrM.1 ,

business lot. Will pay itself off. BEAUTIFUL 4-room, furnished or mine a,
1172 NW 62nd st. indi apt duplex. Adults only or We take care of financingNO '
I children over 10. 217 NW 22nd S ka
MODERN 2-bedroom apt., stove, terr. MONEY DOWN
refrigerator and water, quiet.
2asht paid for lots
your or
Inquire. ,, 844 NW 70th st., apt. 5. home
nn .I-Olfa". 1 +
1ndf WANTED ----- f

Money loaned on your
700 PIECES of barrel roofing Operators .
tile. 6414 NW 15th ave. OXford Home or Lot
Section Works
4
1-2MO.
I' All Ladies Dresses Baron, JE 8.1340

Hot Point double oven stove,
electric dish washer, double por- Factory Experience w-----N
,
celaJn sink " '
formica kitchen
table SHIRELL FASHIONS REV. J. C. JOHNSONwho
with four chairs, all good
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condition, price right, phone 218 N.W. 25th St. Value Value entered Into eternal rest on
March 20, 1047.
owner FR 95807.
Phone FR 11187Miami $595 Cash Gone, but not forgotten

Lowest cost Fla. Rest in peace,
on charms, allged 1 Mortgage Payment
lucky pieces, occult books, roots, Mrs. Marion Johnson, widow Funeral services for Timothy;
astrological readings, send lOc $85.00 month. Neat and clean 2. The Family Tyncs Jr., of 10313 NW 22nd ave.
for catalogue Wm. Roxby P. O. bedroom home. New screenec in Opa Locka, who died 'on Mon
Box 3643, Miami 1, Fla.2BEDROOM porch. day, March 10 at his home wil'
I For Sale $8,990 Terrific be held on March 20 at 1 pjn. a
HOME, with Flor- Fences. St. James AME Church in Liberty -
Ida room, Ihrinfl room, all fur- BY SUMMONSSPECIAL City, under the direction of
nished on big 50x150 ft.: lot. Ask. ,CHAIN-LINK Range Funeral Home with the
Jni $13,000. Good terms can be $995 Cash RUST-PROOF WIRE Rev 11. McNeal Harris, pastor.
arranged Naomi Snyder, realtor The body will He in repose at
1604 SW 8th st., FIR 9-1821; even. All CBS 2.bedroom home with 3 bedroom homtIn the chapel from 12 noon Sunday
furnished
ings HI 3-2147. living room, dining room all tile/ Partly excellent condition- Must Awnings. until funeral time.
I floors. Enclosed with four feet set Mr. Tynes is survived by his
SWIMMING POOL chain /link ,fence. ,Immediate oc. today. ALL'ALUMINUMWe wife, Li 11 a K., a daughter, Mrs
Drive by, see, then call -pus for de cupancy. Located at 4912 NVV Total Rose Conklin, hit mother, Mrs.
tails. Lovely 2-bedroom home, 49th st. Full price $15,000; $2,600 $12,300 sell the finest fence and Olive V, Tynes, four brothers,
with living room, dining room, first down payment Can be awnings at a fair price 1 five sisters
Kitchen and FHA terms. Gold Coast Realty
Florida room. Wel bought -under
Call me, day or night, at
furnished with fire place and 20x --
4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
40, swimming pool. Beautiful ,bedroom home In PL 1-2426 PL 4-7929 for a free esti- IN MEMORIAMIn
Asking 19000. Satisfactory Edison Center with carport. mate. 10 years of experiencein loving memory oft
terms can be arranged on this Beautifully landscaped. Completely . . . - this business; hundredsof
beauty at 3318 Oak AVE. Coconut I furnished $1,000 down: satisfied customers to
Grove Naomi $10,450, $90 a .month. .
Snyder, realtor, full (Price
1604 SW 8th St., FR 91821; Immediate occupancy. FOR SALE recommend me.
evenings in 32147. NO MONtY DOWN
LIBERTY CITY
Beautiful .alp CBS 3-bedroom

ONE TON Philco air conditioner, home ion> Large corner lot. Full 2-bedroom, Florida room, FHA FINANCED -
electric range, Hot Point refrig- price $16,000; terms to. suit. Located Your neighborhood sales
erator. $250 buys all. PLaza at 5680 'NW 9th ave. fenced yard, air conditioned renresentaive

-4-1982........--...--....---..- Vacant lot 50x105 located on Completely furnished .... 1., '") ,w 51f

. Are..You Successful? NW 55th *t. and 17th Ave. Price $85 Month2bedroom '","r 1 Y f
|rr monejr matters, love, games, $3,500. ,Cash or terms Ten percent
business or marriage? Do you down; $35 a month.IN ,

need money? See what your -E FHA terms r I
handwriting reveals.. Grapho- I

Anajysis Secrets. All CBS 3-bedroom home, tile $800 Down I
Send 2 dimes-write: bath, tile 'roof on larg % lot. Located A
DOC. O. GIBSON at 10481' SW 173rd St Price
903 West 8th Street $10,000; $1,000 down. Balance We have over 100 homes
Cincinnati 3, Ohio easy.
M28 for sole near the Orchard

.NN.N..NYNNNNN..... FOR THESE SPECIALS
CALL Villa School. We arrangeall

DAY OR NIGHTJ. financing. Open Sat. and .
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A. SUMMONS MRS. MATTJE PUTS
Sun.FORD F. W. REYNOLDS who died March 18, 1054.

IHI 4-2448 or HI 6-017) REALTY Crown Fence Co. Safe In the arms of Jesus

3781 Grand Avenue 821 N.W. 54th St. Safe on his gentle breast
7185 (IN.W. 26th Ave Safe In the arms of Jesus
ws. P627 Miami 33, Coconut Grove, ".. PL 7.2559 M31 Weary thy soul shall rest.

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Church of God . "Imitation of Life" Seminole Chap. 17

i PAGEJ14 SATURDAY, MARCH( 21, 1959 Official "Stirs'r I OES Crowns Queen
Opens at Capitol
'i j Seminole Chapter No. 17, OES

..-..... ...- Ethiopia I The management,of the Capitol will have its annual affair, the
7 CITED AT Theatre is proud to announce crowning of the queen, Monday,
ADDIS ABABA (ANP) that will have of the March 30, 8 pm. at the Masonic
.... Broward Homer A. Tomlinson, general I they one
BETHUNECONVOCATION first' showings in the South of the. Temple, 1742 NW 30th ave. The
for he Church of God .
overseer public is invited. Donation 50
"Imitation of Life" starring
new ,
il County and self-styled "king of all the
Lana Turner, Joianita Moore and cents.Sis.
nations of men," created a traffic featuring Mahalia Jackson sing- .- Hattie Nottage,
NewsBy
s jam, .when he set up a portable Ing "Trouble' in The World..' This Deputy W. M.
Seven persons were cited for throne in front of Emperor Se- picture is the story of a girl who :Bro. A. Beneby, worthy
outstanding achievements in their lassie's 'palace and appeared denied her race and color until patron ..
fields, by Bethome-Cookman' Col- dressed in a mandarin robe and God stepped in! Sis. Nancy Coleman, reporter
Walter BoweBeauticians lege Tuesday evening, March 1ft gold crown .Thousands of Ethio- .
--.. -. in White Hall Auditorium, in its pians were attracted by the display "Imitation of Life opens at the B&P Women's !Club .
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8th annual Honors Convocation. causing police] to interveneand Capitol Thursday, March 26 and
Unit No 36 is planning Mrs. Martha Coleman of escort Tomlinson to an open will play for ten days. This pic- To MeetAll
a fashion show for the first Ocala received the award in the field. The self-styled '"king" of ture is in Eastman Color. Ad- to
... Sunday in April All persons interested field of, civic enterprise and human England, France, Germany, Russia mission price for this engage- members of the Business'and
in participating in the relations while in the fieldof and a number of other coun- ment will be adults 95c, students55c Professional Women's Clubof
tries, is world tour. children 25c. All prices in Murrell
s io N' are asked to contact Mrs. education and human relations, on a Branch YWCA are
Eannie Williams, WA 3-9108, four were honored: S. T. E. elude tax. asked to meet on Tuesday, March
end Mrs. Eleanor Bowe YU Pinkney, principal Carver High Biblical Drama at 24 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
3-9259. Parents who desire may School, Leesburg; Harry L. Bur- Fashion ShowThe Gwendolyn J. Bullard, 2240 NW
bring their children who meet 61st st. Plans for the Spring
Jr. principal Middleton High CME
the fashion requirements. The ney i Trinity Fashion Show will be made at
School, Crescent City; Charles D I Slimline S. S. Club will
show is to be held at the Faithful Brooks principal, New Stanton present their show, "Figures and this meeting. The clUb wishes to
Trinity CME Church 'presents
in Carver Ran- thank Mrs. W.' O Cox and Mrs.
Few Temple
Fashions" on unday, April 12; at
and
High School, Jacksonville, the original "Heaven Bound," a
i Gladys
I Richardson being
ches. Dr. Herbert J. 'Durgstahler, chair biblical dramatization on Thurs- the James E. Scott auditorium, for
such lovely hostesses last
7200 NW 22nd at 4 at our
of man of the executive committeeof day night, March 26 at 8 p.m. at ave. p.m.
Members Broward This fashion show and figure meeting. The food served us was
the board of trustees. Bishop
the Church, 2014 NW 5th court.
of Delta Sigma I delicious
Alumnae Chapter veryHARLEM
demonstration will feature. latest
W. Sari Ledden, resident bishopof \
The public is invited to attend.
Theta Sorority are making plans I styles and figures obtainedby
the New York area new - - -
Syracuse
,
You will miss an evening of --L----------
for their annual Jabberwock to
follAowing the Easy. Method
of the Methodist Church, received -
wonderful igospel singing 1 if you
be presented April 3. Par-
on Reducing Plan. SQUARE
the citation in Religion and
thenia Variance seventh grade fail to see this drama. Come and
Human Relations. The Mary Mc- seee how Satan works his wileson SWEET SHOPA
student at Lanier Junior High
Leod Bethune Memorial Medal- Book Review Seriesat
God's children. Donation 50c.
School is the contestant from
this area for Miss. Jabberwock. lion, which is awarded once Tickets can be purchased at FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
yearly, was presented to Benja- the following places: Public LibraryThe COLD CUTS COSMETICS
The Star Light Lodge No. 542 ,min Meyers, vice chairman of Deacon G. W. Smith, 3089 NW
will meet Friday night, ,March the Florida Regional Board of 51st terr., NE 4-0034; Al's Cash Dorsey Memorial Branchof 208 NW. 10th' StreetWWW
20 -at 8 p.m. All members are Florida Anti-Defamation League, Grocery, 20th s$. and 5th place; the Miami Public Library, incooperation
: : __ Miami... Sis. Enid Rahmings 2340 NW = 1
Murrell
asked to be present and uu time I with YWCA
iMiss Mary L. Divers, head of 154th st., Opa Locka, MU 1-1254; and Carver YMCA will presentthe '" ..
It was reported last weekendthat the Social Science Department, Sis. Inez Sanders, 433 iNW '20thst. 'third program of its current OX 60231 OX 6.0231
Mrs. Easter Robinson of and Dr. Thurman W Stanback, ., FIt 1-4150; Sis. Anna Reece, book review series on Tuesday
4825 SW 19th st, Carver Ranchesis chairman of the Division of Humanities 325 NW 7th St., apt 4, evening, March 24 at 8 p.m. QEDExcitment
in Provident Hospital recup- were the recipients of -
erating the award of Teachers of the Ushers Union at In keeping with the religious at The
Year. Members of the staff or non season, Rev. Randolph Thomip-
Yours Truly celebrated his. teaching faculty winning the live in these apartments and we Carver YMCAOn
birthday on St Patrick's Day, awards as Staff Members of the .Mt. OlivetteAll son .will discuss Howard Thur-
March 17 at his home Year were Martha Marie Berhel, man's well-known work, "Jesu April 2, 3, 4
college 'librarian, and Charles W. officers and members of and The Disinherited." Rev.
Francis, director of the boarding Junior and Senior Ushers Union Thompson, a seasoned lecturer
BTW Instructor department Orin Copeland and Association are urged to be pres- serves as. director of religious ASTHMATICSWant ,
Shirley Payne won the award for ent at its monthly program to beheld education of Mt. Zion Baptist simple, effective' relief '
Invited to Science student Scholars of the year. The Sunday afternoon, March Church from choking, racking bran
22 at 3 o'clock. -
Institute outstanding Student of the year Other items on the program ehial asthma spasm? Get genuine -
award 'went to 'Everett Abney, The program will feature Mt, will include recorded music and : Dreatheaay see what you
i president of the Student Council. Olivette Baptist senior usher Introduction of new library have been ml slng.. There's no
W. Eugene Duncombe( head of Dr. Herbert, Burgstahler, presided board and Friendship Baptist holdings. substitute for original: Drouth _
the natural science department of and Bishop W. Earl Ledden of junior usher board. Activities The program will be held in easy inhalant and nebuliting sot
'I Booker( T. Washington High Syracuse, New York, was the will be held at Mt. Olivette Baptist -. the library, 100 NW 17th st. The Get comfort by breathing. Guai-
School has been invited to participate main speaker. Church, NW 1st court at 15thst. entire public Is invited. Remem- anteed.'
in the National Science Your cooperation is solicited. ber it's all free. J & J DRUG DEPT STORE
Foundation Summer Institute, Dea. David Hudson, ,Pres.
which will be held June 22 to I Rev. I. C. Micklns, pastor
I Join The NAACP
July 31 of this year at Carleton Mrs. Tommie Ellison, Rep.
College, Northfield, Minn. ALONZA FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME

Mr. Sympathetic *nd Economical Services
Duncombe also received an
Invitation to participate in a VI'S GUEST HOUSE Alonza Francis, Director and Embalmer

science institute which. will !be REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMS Dr. J, M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Bogga Evans
held at Florida A and M Uni-
By Day or Week Business Associates
versity this summer but will not
be able to accept. Efficiency Privileges Mrs Elvira W. Smith, Prop. Mrs Elizabeth Espy Johnson Business Manager

These were the second and Phones: OX 1.5343 FR 9-9359 Spacious Modern Chapel and Slumber Room

third times that Mr. Duncomibe 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida
has been invited to participate in
various institutes. In 1957 he received FR 9-5381 Phone PL 4-2857

one from Morgan State NOT AFFILIATED WITH FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME
College.
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JOHNSON AND SONS
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Homes For SaleNew SHOE, SH'OPFINE "SERVICES"have

N.W. 56th St. area. Very SHOE REPAIRING
lent distinction to
nice 2-bedroom. our name
Large Florida
room. Like new. Price and terms We Save Your Souls-While You Wait Our most ;carefully guarded assets are the respect and confidence .
low. of the people -of Miami.
Good Buy Shoe Shined. and Dyed They have been fettered py 'helpful understanding and practl -

NEW 57th St. area, CBS 2-bed- 6570 N.W. ISth AVENUE PH. PL 9-9190 cal Intelligence.By -
rooms with beautiful Florida skill, and knowledge of requirements. '

room Priced to sell with low By quiet efficiency and good taste.
down payment. I By facilities of classic dignity and hom .llko atmos

CALL HARRY DENNY phei'e.

f 4 PL 7-8250 FOR RENT By resolute principles and human sympathy.

The Keyes Co. These, through the "Services," have lent distinction to our name

Realtors 3 BEDROOMS, LARGE FRONT SLEEPING PORCH, *
480 Hia., Dr. TU 7.7441 REFRIGERATOR AND STOVE FURNISHED, HOT HANKER/ HWf/ L HOME

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6701 N.W. 15th 'Ave. OX 1-9151

II I 2 FAMILY HOUSE UPPER I APT. 1 ,
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Early Filing Speeds MOREHOUSE Sunlight Chatter BoxThe THE MIAMI TIMES'The Peoples Newspaper"

Payment of Social OFFERS TSTSCHOLARSHIPS I I State Board Examinationwas I SATURDAY, MARCH 21,, '1959 PAGE '15

Security BenefitsAre held at Sunlight. The follow ..
I I: ing are the students who sat for
retiring soon? If so Ii i the exam: B. Ingraham, S. Brad-
you ed and a world traveler, Dr. Pet-
ATLANTA Baptist Minister at
will you need your first ,social Oat Morehouse ley, M. Saunders, N. Robinson, taway will deliver one of the
security check as soon as you College is making availablespecial ,I M. Howard, M. Hayes, R. Per- Tampa Confab keynote addresses for the sessions -
can get it? tuition scholarships for kins, W. Horn, Jenkins, Osborne, .,
According to Edward P Blon- deserving students, under a C. Chance, R. 'Brown, E. Beck- TAMPA The \Jtev. Dr. C. D,
ston, manager of the Miami unique arrangement between the with, R. Shannon, Hardy, P. Pettaway of Little Rock, Ark. Other prominent ministers and
North Social Security Office, applicants college and the National Urban Pedican, E. Walker, S. McFord, will be the distinguished guest of laymen from all sections of this
can receive checks as League, it was announced today G. Brown, B. Cunningham, L. the Progressive Baptist State the five-day religious conclave.
early as the third of the month by Dean B. R Braze. The schol- Showers and Sunlight's wonderful Convention's Annual Session i and other states, will also attend
follow in? the first month for arships have been set aisde for reporter, D. Beecham. The which will convene with the St.
which a payment Is made. For high school students who are ladies have our best wishes. John Baptist Church, the Rev.F. Heading the leadership of the
example, if you are entitled to taking !part in the Urban League's We welcome our shut-ins, S. G. Hilton, minister, this city, convention will be the Rev. Dr.J. .
first payment for the monthof youth-incentives !program UTe Bryant, also our new students V. March 17-22. C. Sams of Jacksonville. Dr.
your morrow's Scientists and Tech- Rollins and B. Davis. Sams is the pastor of the Second
1959, can receive the
May
you nicians." The student body is looking Dr. Baptist Church and the vice
as early as June 3. Popularly known as Pettaway who is one of the pres
payment TST, the program is designed to forward to your presence on that foremost ministers in the nation, ident of the National Baptist
In order to receive such increase the number of students exciting trip. Yes, a ride to the is the president of the National Convention of America.RHOMANIA".
prompt payment the local officeat entering the scientific and tech- moon, Friday evening, March 20. I. Baptist Convention of America, _u____
234 NW 79th st., should be nical fields. The rocket will leave Sunlight at I. the second largest organization -
8 n.m. Tnur thp n1 nat. a nn..rLInDto "
of its kind In America.
contacted before you retire. A -
claim can be filed as much as The scholarships will be make iiStiii l"'s.t pt 9:30: p.m.: The leader is also the president -
awarded to high at the home of Mrs. S. Brown, of I
three months before you reach school seniors the Arkansas (Baptist State
65 years of age if you are a manor entering the freshman year, and 1319 NW 71st terr. Come and Convention. Excellently inform- is .on the way
to third-year high school student join us. .
62 of if
years age you are a
woman. who are eligible for the freshman P. B. Jones, reporter .

Early filing means that the class under the Early Ad- ENROLL NOW ,IN .
necessary evidence to support missions program. To be eligible: Record Crowd ,
vojr claim can be gathered together for either scholarship, the applicant Expected For SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
and certified or sent off must rank 'Well in the upper -
to the payment center with your be third of his class He must Easter PageantMore a Life ,Long Profession
a participant in the
Urban
claim before the month you are ,-
to begin receiving payment. You League the 63 TST program, in any of people are expected to Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
can help speed ,the process by communities in 32 states witness 'the Easter pageant in the
bringing to the office the neces- where there are local Urban Orange Bowl in Miami than will 1011 NW. 2nd Avenue FR 49998
sary evidence when you come in Leagues He must also meet the see any similar Easter event in
to claim benefits. Phone the office i college entrance repuirements. the United States.
by calling PL 8-5511 and ask Candidates for the scholarships About 50,000 worshippers will
what you will need to bring with I are nominated by local Urban attend the traditional Sunrise
you to claim your social security. Leagues. pageant and a repeat performanceIn NOW UNDER 'NEW ONWERSHIP
benefits. It might save you a sec- Tomorrow's Scientists and the evening 'will swell this impressive -
ond trip. \ Technicians was mutated last number. The sunrise
year. will begin at 5 a.m. with organ IARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STORE
DISABILITY BENEFITS A national committee of edu- meditations., At 9 p.m., the pag-
cators and technicians is serving eant will be presented again with
is 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
Money being lost by many as advisors. A National sponsor- spectacular lighting effects.
families in Dade County of disabled ing committee of individuals and The Easter story will dramatically !-.
workers who are receivingsocial Sunday March 29 is Easter
organizations is supporting the depict seven scenes from ,,
security benefits. This Is program. the life of Jesus during Holy Easter Baskets (filled) 49c to $2.39
because' an application has no The Natonal Urban League is Week and climaxed in the
been filed 'With the Social Secur- an interracial, educational ser- Resurrection. The script was Easter Cards 5c and up
ity Administration for dependent's vice agency established in 1910 written by the Rev. Neil Wyrick, Gifts of all descriptions
benefits payable due to recent to further equal for Jr. of Palmetto
opportunity pastor Presbyterian -
SPECIAL: A variety of good hair dressing .. 10o Jar
changes in the social security per
Negroes in employment, education Church, who will. also
the law, Miami Mr. Blonston North Social, manager Security of housing and social welfare. I-rect and narrate. di-I Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

District Office, explained in a John A. McMinn, Owner
statement today.If .
you are receiving disability SOOTIN'S TV
insurance benefits as a disabled
worker, age 50 to 65, monthly For Reconditioned TV's From $19.95 .;..;. ::

month payments of September beginning,' 1958 for may the For The Finest Service on All TV Makes & Models WHEN SOMEONE STOPS ADVERTISING, someone

now go; (1) fro your children un- Try us You'll Like us Stop Selling
der age 18; (2)) to your disabledson 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589 When (Someone, 1Stops Selling, Someone Stops
or daughter over 18 years of Making '
age if the disability began before More than 25 years of reliable service ;
his or her 18th birthday; ((3)) to When (Someone Stops Making. Someone Stops
your wife,age 62 or older (or your Working)
dependent husband, age 65 or When (Someone jStops Working, Someone Stops
older); (4) to your wife under
Earning
age 62 if she has in her care a NOW OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT )
child under age 18 (or a totally When Someone Stops (Advertising, {Someone Stops .
disabled child 18 or over) who is FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP Buying.

eligible Dependents for benefits.who may be elig- 421 N.W. 20th StreetThe FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN

ible for these benefits should Finest Foods at Low Prices
contact the social security office
WE DO CATERING' BUSINESS
promptly as payments: cannot be
GuaranteedWE _
Satisfaction
made until
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social security office."RHOMANIA" .
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VIC POTAMKIN'S CHEVROLETStill


Offering The Best Deals in Town

Call Mr. Ben, Schaler

AT JE 1.0057 American PA. TV corp.

Vic Potamkin's Chevrolet Co.

Miami Beach 2243 N.W. 62nd Street NE 5-7225
540 Alton Road

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n./PAGE16.\ SATURDAY ,MARCH 21, 4959j I ter commentator of ceremonies, will for serve the occasion as mas-
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torium, 340 NW 13th st. are now on sale by members of
'Morris ,and Mrs. Kee I
Morris holds the distinction' of Harris Chapter No. 160. The pubHe
'r In Joint Recital having developed into one of tht is invited.
finest baritone soloists ever pro- u
Lover of ,good music have $ duced in the Miami i area, and Mrs '
(, rare ,treat In store on Sunday Kee is equally talented as lyric Now In the Lib.
afternoon,' April :5 at 4 o'clock soprano. Both are top favorite srty City areais i
..4 ,when+ Harrls Chapter No. 160 oJ with lovers of good music in this a new and
, the Order of Eastern Star is presenting and other communities.Mrs. modern Beauty w.
\. Ulysses Morris, baritone Gladys McFord, motherof Salon.. Specializing
and Mrs. Barbara Kee, soprano, I Mrs. Kee, will accompany ,both In h.a. I r
.in a Joint recital at Dixie Audi. at the piano and Elliott J, Pieze itylea: cutting,
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Edgecombe, along with her sister' ,
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 to 9 Miss Shirley Lewis, Invite you to. --
a.m. p.m. try them at the I. .'

SAME DAY SERVICE KARILLON
BEAUTY SALON
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
6135 Ph. ,PL 8.1627 Schinliy Dlitllltn Co.,R.Y.C. BLENDED WHISKY Of ELEGANCE 88 Proof 65*) Crain Neutral Spirit
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SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50

Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges =ii::c VISIT OR CALL TODAY .E. PL 7-16453 't1t j

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6 New 3-Bedroom Homes IJi2 :

i2) OPEN FOR INSPECTION SUNDAY 1.6 P.M. iJri12ti ,
SEE MODEL HOMES 1410 1420 NORTHWEST '152ND STREET ,,2 1t1)t
) NORTH MIAMI BEACH-CITY WATER-PINE AREA-DRY ft
!In'' CBS LOW TAXES ..n.i .
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MODERN KILTCHEN O NO CLOSING COSTS K'iU
; BEAUTIFUL BATHROOM .1' ONLY 1 MORTGAGE p :JJ


J ONLY $495 DOWN 'MOVE RIGHT IN P

CONGRESSMANCHARLES d .x

$695 DOWN .. $795 DOWN ><

i!J Nice Area 1 Payment Opa Locka Beauties 5
DIGGS ,IIi 2-bedro'om home on corner lot with '3''bedroom.: brand new CBS homes. !'8t f
t t separate closed garage. Has city'' Only 3 left. Hurry!! Built-in oven 2
n1 water. Close to shopping and buses. and range. No closing costs. OnlyR I
::2' Hardwood floors. See 1300 NW one mortgage to pay. See NW 18th eU"'n
NEGRO CONGRESSMAN FROM 58th street. Call us to see inside. ave. and 153rd St. it
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THE STATE OF MICHIGANTOPIC Priced right. Hurry! P

1t t $795 DOWN
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$695 DOWN Completely 'Furnished 6
See this 2-bedroom home at 1448 3-bedroom City Water .
Registration Voting t i NW 55th terr. Freshly painted inside See" 1065 NW: 58th St. Nice quiet
I }I t. and outside. In the lovely street. Large lot, carport, front
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m block of nice homes. Has city wa porch. Move right in. No closing !I't"
______ .____ 't ter. Close to buses. Large land .. costs. Only one payment to make., 2tj
tj scaped lot. Will not stay long. A '

Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church ;10 U t t good buy! SPECIAL!! 1hk

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245 Street For the particular Just
N.W. 8th buyer. com
i $695 DOWN pleted. This gorgeous 3-bedroom, 2 f.Ci.
See 1361 NW 59th St. This 2-bed. bath CBS home. Large front porch. )r ut1t
SUN. MARCH 22 1959 room home on a large nice lot. Closed garage, hardwood floors,
?' c >,2l Newly painted inside and outside. city water. No closing costs. $2,500 I.Zlt.
..., 3:00 p.m. M t 4 Only 1 payment. No closing costs I down.


Dr. J. O. Brown, PresidentDr. .
E. A. Ward,Chairman 4' FAIR REALTY

rheD.c3f.D.A., is an affiliate of the Florida Voters
Leagues A State.wide,'nonpartisan, political organization 13'! We are open every day 9 to 9 p.m. imcluding Sunday B 1<
objectives to promote voter
whose primary are
registration and political education. d ? N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL 71645J
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