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Publication Date: March 28, 1959
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36TH YEAR, NO. 31 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1959 PRICE.TEN CENTS 10 PAGES
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The Justice Department and,the '

... Civil Rights Commission 'were ..
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.. Jr. ; '''. .:.: : '1 NAACP Drive charges that the Teamsters tIn ,- '
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I Miami Is using race as'
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batting tactics as a Ye. tw ,
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; ''achieve power. '('
Starts 6 The demand for a p '
April made by Sen. John 1. H >>1MAR,

chairman of the power! hi' 79/4

WIN A TRIP TON awards to those obtaining them. Rackets Committee. \. "

L McClellan's request foil :I "" *
The annual convention' of the .
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NEW YORKThe NAACP will be held in New York explosive committee, seas !n4:
i Washington at which the T<
Ii City this year from July 13 to 20.
sters 'were accused of:
Golden Anniversary Membership i Any individual who obtains 75

i r campaign for Dade Coun-I members will be given a roundtrip 1. Plotting to produce Negroei
y r'i ty's branches of NAACP will begin I by train to this convention at the scene of White housing'
i Monday, April 6, 8:30: p.m. (or $50 bend). Any Individualwho to break up sales t: of}
with a kick-off buffet at the 535 obtains 150 members will be builders unfriendly to the Teamsters -*

} Club of the Sir John Hotel given an all-expense paid round- Union. ,
trip by train (br $100 bond). In
f The speaker will be announcednext addition, a $50 savings bond will 2. Threatening to bring about
week.Honorary. be awarded to those who exceed withdrawal of FJIA and VA mort-,
'Pt 200 members. 'gage money by making complaints -
? chairman Is Rev. W. to. these agencies. of dis-
T. Strickland, pastor of Mars Hill Organizational awards will be crimination against Negroes ,
Christian Church for almost 25 made to churches, clubs, insur-

'-'_ '.. .._ ..___ __.......... ........ years, now bedridden with both ance agencies, labor unions, fra- 3. Scheming to provide money
legs amputated and still workIng ternal lodges and the like who for a phony purchase' of a house
Juanita Johnson, left, editor-in-chief of "The for NAACP by obtaining participate successfully In this in a White neighborhood, by.
Monocle' published by North Diad, r.-Sr..High School, members by phone (FR 1-8101)), drive. Please arrange to have. Negro to scare the home builder.

accepts a plaque award from Mrs. .ArI Gary, assistant All persons Interested In the your representatives present, at'' The charges grew out of .Miami

r program director on the,staff-of,the J local: Tuberculosis Associatlon. NAACP and in making this year, our kick-off and any further Information Teamster chette's alleged official request'Dave in Fren-a let--
be obtained by .
.'TheTMonocle" the Dade a success in obtaining. as many may
was only County Hof-
calling the NAAOP office, phoneFR ter to Teamster' Boss Jimmy
school publication to'receive local, fftiate 'rand national honor members as possible, are Invitedto 74831. I. ter fcr money to set up the.phony

in the School. Press Project, sponsored iby the local l and 6 at join the with:535 Club us on of Monday the Sir, April John purchase by a Negro of a home in, ..

national Tuberculosis Association in 'collaboration. with Hotel to kick off the Spring a housing project. It was part ,of

Columbia Scholastic Press Association. ''The WashingtonIan Membership Drive. This drivefffill I I contractor a scheme to into pressure using the concrete project'

," published at Booker. Washin&tbn' High, won looal l end en Sunday, June 21 witha from a unionized firm rather than

and state honor and "The Dorsey Gaz tte" of Dorsey Jr., mass meeting at Greater Bethel from non-union Acme ,Concrete',
AME Church
featuring a nationally -
High placed locally. known person* making the
CO.CHILD

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Diggs Flays 'Negroes FIREA
; three-year-old girl was In

I. serious condition: Monday at, Dado
County Hospital at Kendall after
; falling In the Are which' her
Failure to Register . mother was using for washing..
1 Sharon Freeman, daughter of

r r Mrs. Jewell Freeman, \lK. SW
.. SMALL CROWD 216th St., Goulds, was"reported
by hospital authorities*to"be suffering -
HEARS ..BIGSPEECH Held'as Mental Case ; from first andt second degree -

burns on her' 'arms, legs and

abdomen. .
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last Miamians Sunday missed when a only treat 400turned on 15 Years Sues State REV. BYRD DIES

out to hear a powerful ; _
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address by Congressman'Charles Rev James N. 'Byrd, well-liked
C..Dfggs Jr., as he kicked off a. .!f BATON ROGUE, La. A Miss Shirley Payne, daughterof pastor of Mt. Tabor Baptist
big voter's registration drive sponsored I ww*'J"- 65-year-old veteran of World Mrs Rebecca 'Payne of 550 'Church in Liberty City, died
by the Dade County Young I no excuse," he declared. "We War I, erroneously confined in a NW 14th St., Miami, was awarded 17 p.m. Thursday at the Jackson
Democratic Association and the should translate our yearnings state mental hospital for 15 years, the Top Student Plaque at Memorial Hospital. lie was admit
Florida Voters Xeague. for liberty and Justice from pray filed a 107,262 damage suit Mon the recent 8th Annual Honors ted that mornlntf.
The brilliant young Congressman er Into positive:action and supplement day. Convocation at Bethune Cook- Rev Byrd had been In ill
attacked the Negroes' failure our prayers with "action." Spiller Thomas of Plaquemine, man College. health for the past year and had
to register, apathy, lack ofcooperation Dont yearn:wistfully, be said. won approval of the LouisianaLegislature given up -active' duties as pastorof
political ignorance, "Don't tolerate; indignities. No last year to sue the Miss Payne is a graduate of Mt. Tabor. Funeral services in
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and lack of positive action in his longer is there 'an excuse. In the state because of "wrongful deten- Booker T. Washington High charge of the Range Funeral
ftjht for equal rights. ballot box there)*is power to make tion." School. This is her third year at Home are incomplete at this wrlt-
our cries heard from Miami *to Bethune with a straight "A" average mg.
"We need leadership. For three Thomas named the State Boardof
hundred years Uncle, Tom has Tallahassee to Washington.,From Hospitals as denfendaat. majoring In Elementary
the courthouse Ito the statehouseto The released from the Education. She Is the Superin- -
been "laffing" under Mr. O1arley's man was MOORE FIGHTS
the White .House. We don'tneed
tendent of Betbune-Cookman Col- ,
magnolia tree. k criminally insane unit of the East
Then there are the Black the majority" ,' just the bal- Louisiana State Hospital at Jackson lege Sunday School, A member of DURELLE JULY '15 "
Judases who'll cell out their. race ance of power. concludedhis Oct. 27, 195S. A lunacy commission Alpha Kappa Afcha Sorority and
for thirty pieces of silver, a high Congressman Diggs address had ruled him insane Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, MONTREAL Archie Moore,
sounding title, a minor positionor hard-hitting on a Dec. 11, 1941.Thomas She is most prominent In campus veteran world light heavyweight:
somewhat gentler note by saying:
a pat on.the head. We are was arrested originallyin life. champion, and Yvon Durelle of
calling upon the average Negroto 'The voices of our ancestors' are October, 1941, and charged Bale Stet Anne N-0'* have agreed
down the corridors pf
use his numerical strength echoing with breaking and entering.His to fight a return match here July
and solidarity to furnish leader time ,crying to us <* spirit of courage,' wbldican BIA SEEKS
ship. ; by the New Orleans The announcement
called Christian' optimism. We was made
"Your black brothers in Rhodesia must maintain' faith in God faithin District Attorney's office. It act- by Eddie Quinn. head of Cana-
and the ed after receiving a letter from MEMBERSThe dian
Athletic
Kenya Belgian the nation, and faith in each Promotions Inc.
Congo and all of Black Africa other." Dr. Charles Strum, the mental Quinn promoted a fl btTbefrween
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are sealing with' blood the privilege hospital chief psychiatrist, saying Brownsville 'Improvement the two last December,
of seeking, the ballot" the Thomas never bad been insane. Association is sponsoring an all one that w" considered -bneof
Congressman said. "We seek to GETS 10 YEARS Thomas was diagnosed sane by out campaign for membershipsamong the best bouts ever stagged.,Moors:
turn our backs, on our heritage in FOR MURDERA the hospital staff in 1043. residents of that com- wink by a technical"knockout
Black Africa as they seek the munity this weekend.' Unofficial in the 11th round alter almost
rIght to vote. Crimhial i dotirt Jury Tuesday headquarters for the drive Is at being knocked out himself. J
"In Miami there is no resis- convicted James D. Tucker, Florida State Prison for the fatal 4825 NW 27th ave and famous Moore was guaranteed' $240.I" .
tance to the right to vote; yet less 41, Goulds, of second degree murder stabbing of Joseph Daniel Walker singer Sam Cooke Is their special 000, or 40 percent of .,Gwl'ca'
than one. third of the qualified and Judge Ben C. Willard 32, during an argument at S. invited guest who will hand out Duwlle-s purse would be hued*
Negroes are registered., Tfccre if I sentenced him to 10 rears in Dixie Hwy. and Halnlin Dr. I the cards on a percentage of th4. !teb"'a: .



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'"To Spend $11 Million to Sell1SegregationI CanerYMCA.\ .
'Segregation Keeps
Income of Whites Down, Too.1 On 'April.23,4
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These items,, published in the '
March 14 issue of the Miami ..
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poem: Beautiful Home on
Your Lot
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I see by the papers
r1v They're cutting some capers
7i ; To "sell" segregation, up north.If /bw w4aComplete

; - they tell the true story, '
And leave out what's gory,
t The tale will sure be short!,

: : ,. ___ Is this morally right,
ILj This tragic plight
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bors? t- 4S
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; This can never be e PLANNING
In a land that's free, BUILDING
s And of nought shall be all their e FINANCING
labors!
Your New Home

r The campaign will fail
C REPAIRINGREMODELING
For truth will prevail,
Their efforts shall all be in vain; s
They won'think it's funny e RENOVATING
When hey spend all that money
And find o\\t\ they've gathered no Over Twenty Yean of
gain. Construction Experience
Guaranteed Satoefactlon
-;: -- The Southland is poor,
The famous Consolers Singers of Miami, of Northern cities. They appeared at the And there's only one cure, 1f'mmVIJ@ffi aaaa7
a man and wife team of Mr. and Mrs. Apollo Theatre in New York City in a The medicine? End segregation!

Pugh, will ,be featured in a gospel concerton big gospel extravagianza. We For a happier fate (!
must integrate,
Easter Sunday at the LongshoremenHall Also appearing with the Consolers will To gain wealth and a unified
816 NW 2nd ave. The Consolers just be The Famous Rasberry Singers of nation. NE 5-6171

recently returned from a successful tour Cleveland, Ohio. 1121 N.W. 29th Street
Miami

Wins Advertise .It Pays! -.-....
Ft. Lauderdale .
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NOW OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

State Basketball Title FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP

421 N.W. 20th StreetThe
POMPANO Dillard High 01
Ft. Lauderdale won their firs'' I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Finest Foods at Low Prices I
Class AA state championship here WE DO CATERING BUSINESS
,
Saturday night by staving off favored PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1959 Satisfaction Guaranteed
Roosevelt of West Pain I
Beach in the last quarter for r WE SPECIALIZE IN TAKE OUT BOX SERVICE
'97-92 victory CANCEL GAMES policy." Open Mon. Thru Thur. ty:30 a.m. to 12 mldnlte
The Daniels said he has not, yet selected Fri., Sat, Sun., 0:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.
tournament's "Cinderella WITH UNIV. OF "all of the 19 players who
squad," Middleton of Tampa up- will make the trip." Arthur King, Owner
set Rochelle High of Lakeland ,TAMPA AND The team earns its own expenses -
71-55 ,for consolation PRISON for the 10-day trip by selling
RAIFORD
Dillard advanced to the final advertisements for football and .
round 'by beating Carver of Mi- basketball program, running con-
ami, 94-63; Carter-Parramore 01 MIDDLETOWN, Conn.-Wesleyan cessions at games and doing i
NOW
UNDER
Quincy, 83-58 and Rochelle, 74- University announced today maintenance work on the cam- NEW ONWERSHIPMJNTUVS
that three baseball games
64.Roosevelt established a new scheduled for a Florida spring1 vacation pus. .
tournament scoring record fOl trip have been cancelled CUT-RATE STORE
four games 'by tallying 396 pointsfor when It was learned that two I
an average of 94 points pet prospective of Tampa opponents and, the Florida University Now arty In City the areais Lib. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376
game. They stopped Washington .
High of Port St. Joe, 9-9-61- #Mate Prison, would. not play a new and
Campbell Street of Daytons against Negroes. modern Beauty Sunday, March 29 is Easter .

Beach, 102-69; and Middletor The Wesleyan team flies to Salon. In h Spec Easter Baskets (filled) .......................... 49c to $2.39
tiring I
103-81, to gain the round of two the Florida University March 27 of for Jacksonville,games with at style. cutting a ,r Easter Cards, ..\.............................. ... ......... 5c and up

In the championship game Jacksonville and Rollins Collegeat icalp treatment. Gifts of all descriptions

Roosevelt the first stop grabbed, but a Dillard 24-23 lead roared a!< Norm Winter Daniels Park. is At attempting present, Coach to The ownerand SPECIAL: A variety of good, hair dressing ................ 10o per Jar

back to take', 54-44 and 73-65 three additional operator, Open Dally and
leads arrange gamesto Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
at the second and third
res
cancelled
replace the contests. Mrs.. -Monte

points.Sensational shooting Johr Daniels explained it has always Edgecombe, along with her,sister, John A. McMinn, Owner .
Burke of Dillard'scored 38 point been Wesleyan's practice to Miss Shirley Lewis, Invite you to. '
for. Dillard. Burke counted 49 Jr admit qualified students regard- try them at the r .
Dillard's opening scoring record less of race, "and this practice:, is KARILLON
He was followed by Eugene Pee- also naturally followed in Wes-
ples with 26 points in the cham- leyan's athletics. BEAUTY SALON 1Ac

pionship game. "In view of this fact," Daniels 6135 N.W. 12th Ave.
said, "games with who
Lavern Taret tallied 21 markers opponents Ph. PL 81627JAMES
prohibit Negro players would not
for ,the losers, while Willie 1
conform to
traditional
Wesleyan
Carlier garnered 19.
The defending state champions --...... -- CLEANERS
Phyllis Wheatley of Apopka losa ,
thriller to Rochelle of Lakelam'
in the quarter-finals by a 62-61 i
score, despite a 30 point scormj
splurge by Willie (Goose) Thorn CIM
as. 5 & lOc STORE

Average attendance for th .. PANTS .
sessions was well over 2,000, with 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 ,
approximately 3,300 jamming the I
$35ftOOO; Blanche Ely ,gym for the
championship. game. SUNDAY, MARCH ,29th;. IS EASTER
Dillard and possibly! Roosevelt (Lay-Away:-NOW!) FRIDAY, SATURDAY and HOLIDAYS
will' represent Florida in the Nation -
High School Tournament set Easter Dresses '1.00 to 5.75 Boys' Suits $1.00 to 6.95 10 CENTS EXTRA
for. Nashville. Tenn. Girls' Slip ........ 69* 1.89 Boys' Shirts 89* .. 1.89
\.ilJUi\ Socks ............ 29* 39* pr. Pants .................... 45* 1.98 I .
I Ribbons, yd. ........ 5.4 up Hats ................................ '$1.0C SON CLEANERS
- Pocketbooks ,......?........?? 67* Socks .................... 29* 39*
.FOR SALE Panties .......................?,., 29* Undershirts I ea ................ 35*
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1047 N.W. 3rd Avenue

New 3-Bedroom FILLED EASTER BASKETS .................... 38C 2.50 AND

2 Bath Home Drapes plastic, pro 89. Sheets .........
ea.r ...... 1 89
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Curtains I pr. ..... ..... 1.19
HardwoodfFloors Garage Drapes,cloth, pr. ........ '1.89 Flowers, ea. ...... ............ 10* POPS CLEANERS '
Large Lot 70x90 Pillow Cases, ea. .........? 38* Pillows, ea. ...........?....... 1.59 I

6635 N.Wjf4th{ Ave. Simplicity patterns and Money Orders. sold every daY-Monday 1412 .N.W. 3rd Avenue
thru Friday 7:45a.m.. 7 p.m.-8aturday tll 9
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Sunday,3 J5
Open p.m. Sundays-Go to I Phone FR 1-9273

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-"i. '',' '", 0" 'if1* '-1\ v***i' "V**<*f Spring Sip SundayThe THE MIAMI TIMES"The Peoples' Newspaper". "

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: : A Alumni Chapter of St, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1959 S

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Augustine's College holds its
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monthly meetings every fourth MI
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1 / Thursday night and on Easter :
;'t "" Sunday at 5 p.m. It will !presenta Pastor Ordered o's;1' "
Spring Sip and Fashion Soireeat s

the home of Mrs. Owen lborI -
nett, 2545 NW 46th St., Miami. '
I You are invited to enjoy the Account for Funds :1 i

evening with i..19.Y's '. 0 ,

METHOD OF OUSTING ed to give any financial accounting .
Men OrganizeThe MEMBERS RULED ILLEGAL '' of the operations which was
supervised by Mrs. Justipe Hen-
recently organized Y's JACKSONVILLE The batle! derson.
Men's Club of the Carver Branchof between embittered members of
At. one point in the hearing
the YMCA holds
meetings
on
Shlloh Church
Baptist largest
Judge Luckie threatened to cite i,
Saturday afternoons at 4:30: p.m. Negro Baptist church In the
Mrs. Henderson
for attemptingto
Twentyrsix names have been south, the Rev. A. B. Coleman
evade Dur-
giving testimony.
submitted to the national office
came closer to being stranghtene'd -
ing the trial she couldn't tell the.
i as charter members, and the out as Circuit Court Judge
court who hired her to operatethe
chartering ceremonies for the Charles Luckie last Monday ordered -
club! will take place in May on that a financial statementbe kindergarten nor the person
to whom she turned over the
Miami Beach Last week the commissions produced in three weeks and
monies from the operation. She
for the various committees ruled that the complaining members i
the impression that she
were outlined and this week be reinstated in the church. gave
turned the kindegraten receiptsin
there will be frcm them.
reports Judge Luckie said before a by placing the money on1'a
Meetings are being held weekly packed courtroom that the meth- table during the offering period.
1 1L at present, but after the program od Rev Coleman used in turn .
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Li I for the club 1s outlined and ing members out of the churchwas
I illeial in that no' election
working, regular meetings will
Get Ready For The ,
place twice monthly.MEL had been held in a period of 6 ,

or 7 years. YOUNG DEMOCRATS''., '
Last Manday's hearing centered :
around the operation of the CALENDAR TEA I
Shiloh kindergarten. The mem- I
bers charged that Coleman fail Sunday April 12 ,

St. James Raises 4
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Queens RallyMore $3,340.06 in TV REPAIRS

I Baby Contest '.
than $3,000 was raised

during the Queens rally recently The history book of the Y
held at St. James AME Church Zion Baptist Church now reveals Mount 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3

culminating one of the most suc- another successful baby contest. DRIVE-IN SERVICE
cessful and colorful events in the The contest had its clmax on
history of St James Monday, March 16 when the .
Mrs Martha Nicholson, assist- amounts that the various auxiliaries -
ed by her loyal group of Princesses reported total $3,340.06.The ALL WORK GUARANTEED ,
won the honor of being first prize was won by

crowned the queen by reportingthe Melanie Lynn Knox, daughter of Pick-up and Delivery-No Charger '
largest amount of money On :
Mr, and Mrs. James Henry Knx.
March 10, Mrs Nicholson was She was sponsored by choir No.
crowned the Queen, at an elab- two and the amount raised was "4 "r r ArAER
orate propram: and reception held $744.33.

at the, church. Participants of The second prize was won by UM P 0 0 ' '
both groups were present and Phyllip James and Phyllis, Denise L Y, COIIR A2143NyY,6I .
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took an, active part fn'thls cele- -Sheffield, twin
and
son AN IE LYNN KNOXof
bration. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James. SL .[ 1'\;
Early Easter services will be Sheffield who were sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Everett '
held at St. James. beginning at choir No. one and raised 62770. She was sponsored by Ward No. y r + # NOME 5
5 ajn. Sunday morning Choir (The third prize was won by 12 who raised $U6. 5. A material AUTO I
No. 1 will render the music for Brenda Diane Everett daughter prize was given to all participantsin

this service; the 'pastor will __ __ ___ I the contest.
preach from the subject, "The The setting for the contest was
Lord Has Risen Indeed." most beautiful. Proceeding the
The spirit of the season will announcement 61 awards a very I
prevail throughout all of these interesting program was presented -
services, and an Invitation is extended I under the direction of Mrs.
to all members and 5. Daniel Johnson. Mrs. Ruth Williams !- American Mono TV Corp.
friends of St. James to worship served as mistress of cere-
with us all day.Southland. .5 monies while :Mrs. Ruthe Hoastie
furnished very appropriate music. 2243 N.W. 62nd Street NE 5-7225
Singers We take this method to thank
all of those who contributed to
Parade 'of Fashion the euccess of the contest.

SundayThe


Southland Singers invite
the public to come out to the

Longshoreman's Hall on Easter LIVE RENT FREE !
Sunday at 3 p.m. to see a gala
parade of fashions and to enjoy :a .
'well planned program also the
crowning of Miss or Mr. "Easter "mo"r : ',, "'

Parade." This Is an annual affair fI"..' d., ...:" COMPLETE FINANCING ARRANGED
sponsored by this well known .
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group of singers in oraer to give
the public somewhere to take BRENDA DIANE EVERETT I
their children on Easter Sunday I
to show off their Easter finery
which we know they all like to shazior, Quentin Pinkston.
do. Therefore bring your child- Modeling will be done by ag '
ren of all ages out and register groups thus '
them at the door according to 1. Ages 2 to 6. IUPON
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name :and age. There is no admission 2. Ages 7 to 12 f
3. Ages 12 through 26 811PLAY23t1
The contestants who are diligently 4. Adult group and professional .
working to be crowned N.W. 82ml ST.
Mid or Mr. Easter Parade are as No rehearsal is necessary just
follows: bring your children register themat LARGE 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX :l
Sharon Devoe, Angella Fen- the door and see them model. 0 .
nell, Anthony Williams, Kim Narrator of fashions is Mrs. IUILT ON YOUR LOT #):; ;.
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Dexter, Ronnie Lynch, Janet De- Catherine Stubbs. ,
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Finally, high living jrtandards predisposes 'us at Dixie Park Auditorium; 340
strength. Righteousness 13th st. .
nation that survives must have moral NW ?
he
man or
survival needs emphasis. Luxurlcus living These ambitious young wcmen
as a means of Our curren. crime wave tells : will ext eCt you and your friendsto
righteouSness.
has never contributed to ',tWi attend as you;:Kave always
its own story', f *. ,">,;' done. See toddlers on parade in
; their Easter outfit: Cane and.
Office at 1112 N'.W. Third Ave.. .MKml, Florida-Phone FR.g2238Piant ; I bring your: ; .*.,. -- .. '
lit 674O N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0521 Morris and Mrs. Kee Mrs. EdnaO.Smith, Pres.

.i -- -, $UfSC1UPTIOY RATES: Mortgage Burning \ .' Mrs. 'C..: Paschal: reporter:
MONTHS $1.70 Trinity MondayThe -.,- -
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Member of the Associated Negro'Press of the mortgage of Trinity Methodist rare treat In store ',on Sunday
t Church, 1415 NW 2nd ave., afternoon, April 5 at 4 o'clock
will be held Monday, March 30( No. 160 of
when: Harris Chapter
THE RESURRECTION be
dead is' at 7:30: pjn. Refreshments will, he Order of Eastern Star is pre- 'housewor1
"' *';:The resurrection of Jesus' Christ ftom: w wJSTeone free. *entJng' Ulysses Morris, baritone ,
',most important item in, the whole fund of humanOcSbwle'dge It is'' anfcipated! that friends and ,Mrs. Barbara Kee, soprano, ,
: the grand event of the, ages, toward whichall1 from the University of Miamiwill ;' !'n a j:4nt recital at Dixie Auditorium -

( previous: history moved, and in which' all subsequentuftslory Atty.be in Thcmas'attendance.Jordan will 340 NW 13th st.

finds its meaning. serve as master of ceremonies. Morris holds the distinction of
:.", The Apostle John gives us the following version!!: Rev. Georee E. Johnson Is pastor, having developed into one of The in half-
',. The first day of the week cometh Mary :Magdalene Mrs. Phyllis AndrewS: is secretary finest baritone salpists: ever produced {
and seeth in the Miami area and Mrs.
early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepulchre,
talented as lyric
I Kee is equally
She..stone taken away from the sepulchre. 'K. of P. Anniversary soprano. Both are top favorites Mrs. Ruth Stutzman
;1 Then she runneth,. and cometh to Simon Peter, and, with lovers of good music in this 2035 NW. 186th St.
th'e other disciple, whom Jesus loved, and saith unto ThanksgivingGleam and ether communities
itQ Locka
Opa ,says:
t W xm, They have taken away the Lord' out of the sepulchre of iHtope Lodge No. 18, Mrs. Gladys- McFord motherof | "I have had both gas and
jfintilwe know not where they have laid him.33&deter Kniijhts of Pythias, will be the Mrs. Kee, will accompany bothat electric kitchens and I
therefore went forth, 'and that other disciple host organization during the the piano""and Elliott J. Pieze, find my housework cut
land5 name to the sepulchre., K.' of P. Anniversary Thanksgiving I Times'; writer and WMBM news in half because electric
f&k So they ran both together: and the other disciple didfpulniir' service to be held Sunday commentator,' will serve as mas- is so much cleaner. I am
afternoon, ,Aidl 5, at 1:30. Mar- ter of ceremonies for the occa- it leavesme
most
Peter, and came first,to the. sepulchre, happy,as
,*."*"And he stooping'downTand' looking in, saw the linen tin Memorial AME, Church will sion. more time to enjoymy
be the of ae'iv'itles.: :
scene
chlldren and bd 0o
Admission Is $1.00 and ticketsare not
Clothes lying: yet went he npt in. ': Special invited guests will include slave to kitchen .
members of a my ;
1'4" Then 'ometh Simon Peter following him, and went Rcyal Palm Lodge No. 84, now on sale by not to mention how
The
Harris No. 160.
Chapter pub-
into the sepulchre, cand'seeth the lineVi clothes, lie. Rose of Sharon Lodge No. 22; lic is invited much more economical"
about his head not lying ,Orange Lodge No. 16, CommunityCourt
.7: And the napkin that was ,
No. 84 and Rcse of Sharon
|wth| the linen clothes, but, wrapped together in .ta-; place Court No 23Refreshments. I8 Time to,ChangeTo

.bY-ltself. will be served FOR SALE an Electric RangeEXTRA .
Then went in also that other disciple, which came and the public is cordially' Invit-

first to the sepulchre, and he saw, and believed.For ed. Lovely 3-bedroom home.
as yet they knew not the scripture, that he must Sir Walter Chancellor L. Bell, Comm Large living room, diningroom ,

rise again frojrt,the dead./: Sir Murray James. Jr., kitchen, tile bath,
Then the disciples went. away again unto their own Keeper of Records and Seals screened-in porch large lot.

home" ;. .'. ." .- A4 Nice fruit trees and lawn. .

"'" -"U"'' '
f The High Standard of Living Fallacy 1I11 a&J 1015 NW 60th atreet. For 'Se
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YOU BUY WE FRY information call PL 40792.. : your
'J .....<: Mr. Johnson, 1024 NW
f'P'" Fish and Poultry S
,, "v TOT a.Ion:.time, our boast has been our 'high standard of living". 60th St.
,Wherever the sages of these United States' are sung, much is heard Market now ww..r1'
'about' our riches and our ever-rising living standards. -
Chicken .Fish
We do not boast of our educational excellence, our high mcari Shrimp ,
I French Fries
'!Standards: aboutour world leadership science, but we are'prone

to-waWour! material.achievements which result in one of the high- 638 N.W. 3rd Ave.
,est'Standards of living to be found In the< present world. But when

I;We assodate.hish living.standards and the luxuries thereof with the a !

'd*. :.of once, .mighty,nations history: we woodec. If,after all our 7th Street
t :txM.- : !U not 'a prelude to' national disintegration.: -

t\ ,, 'oday we have youths taking cars to '>rid. a block, Instead bf Barber Shop
i kh g"We exercise they so much'need.This writer was onceacoun-* BIG VALUE
.,try,.school teacher at a school that was 12 rniWfrotrt home.'On Trl- Come and See us

:-day afternoons, instead of having friends to take: me home In their 630'N.W.' 3rd Ave.

|I buggies- s they so'often offered to do, I preferred to walk the distance ,
j : and commune with Nature. One year I tauht a school five Amos Hall, Owner WASHINGTON PARKNORTH

't'| miles from homeland walked the distance to and from each day, It

.jis; difficult..to see where I lost anything from my much walking. .
} A teacher today who dares to walk1'10 miles a day would be ad- MIAMI BEACH

s wised to see a psychiatrist: -and at once But there was something Combs'Luncheonette .
}toughening and strengthening about those-long walks. WALKING'DISTANCE. TO 163RD ST. SHOPPING,
\
{ ;. When natkns, .are struggling; for a,place in the sun they take CENTER .: I :- I
,life the tough way and grow strong and mighty. Once they reach the ;
heights, where they can take life easy and indulge in high living,
rdecline sets in and'then' their downfall is but a matter of time. It was The House of Fine Foods Custom Built' :

1 even so with Persia, Greece and Rome. And, Beverages
\i: |i The,high standard of living which,we enjoy today is not something '

.1 to be boasted of but to ..be feared. Our greatest international 2 & 3 Bedroom Homes
rival today is none other! than the austere-living Russians. Today wesipttrn
the idea of plain living and high thinking!

We boast of our high standards but we do not sweep the Olym- Just 4 Homes Left.Hurry

_ pics. Our Olympic. records: do not prove that there is any correlation J.., '' ;_ .... .,""", '
between our high living: standards and our physical stamina The r LOCATED k "

limitation of our physical fitness has been demonstrated by the alarm.J S
Jag failures of'our young men to measure up to the physical standards 15:19.: S t' ',* "

required to pass army tests. .
J
., Our high standard of living boast is in many ways a fallacy. In 1570 N.E. 154th fit:
I the first place it makes a nation physically flabby. We are not the .

,hearty breed (that our fathers were. ,Our fllled and filling hospitals ,
tell an ominous story. Our crammed drug store shelves tell the same OPEN' FOR INSPECTION

.J There can be little or no doubt ,that our.much automobile'riding will 1 P.M. TO 6 P.M. SUNDAYS
eventually weaken our physical fibre.

t Of course nobody could be expected to turn back the hands on 4*.: a Modern Living at its, Best t .
too clock of Time, but it is Just as well that we faced up squarely to 4 r I
th'e tact that our high standard of livdng has its perils even as the % .z i f

fldw standards have theirs. It would not do us any harm to know RELIABLE BUILDERSINCORPORATED

t.h t our high standards are ripening us for easy conquest by a strong

t xt hearty people. The glorification of our high living standards is CLIFFORD "BABY" COMBS

:,;pot an answer to :the ultimate question of national, survival' There is .ProprietorWe
hive danger that under the aegis of our living standard, we grow
feature Dally Specials OF GREATER MIAMI
>faysicaUy flabby. Children Under 1? Half Price
i > Again, our high living standard will>tpredlspose us to be men We 'Cater to Private Parties
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r tally flabby. That is, we will be indisposed do the hard thinkinghat Open ,Daily and Sunday
makes life a challenge instead of.a surrender. The amusement 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. WI 75756 IE 02919Our

I find entertainment. worlds are our greatest attractions today The tj. 'You Call, t 'We. Deliver "
"es that sweep our land from time ,to time ere proof that ,we are 943 NW. Ave.
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o I' Q( disposed to do hard thinking-and real thinking Is hard. 2nd
.. Y'itIs much easier. to "reckon roll" than !Itis, to think. Jazzing' Is Phone "FR 3-336S .. n

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:Miss :Cassandra Itanna; gifted ,tnt -=----
S1Cfan 'dt'St:' Augustine's Col-
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W 'F'' Saturday March 21 from
Y r9 i 6:30 p.m/to 7 p.m. ', T I ILiiI

Miss Hanna is, a. Sophomore
music c major at St. Augustine's' 1t4 !, IK! '. rll n; '
College and ':theDaughter ,of
Mr. and 'Mrs: Wfljfarrr l 'H&nrul,. 'I.P4 'I.
1422 NW .69th 1*:Ilex roTTh.
consisted of selections by Bach,,
I Chpin and Dohnanyl. ,\
Miss Hanna is a pupil of, J. C,
Moore head of the ,music.-department -


Mrs. Sadie Nairn and da'ughter,
Juanita, left en Thursday for
Nassau to spend the Easter boll, V it 1 1
ci days. *


On 19, 'Mrs.Syible .
Butler announced the mar-
riage of her daughter, Susan
Frances to Leroy Williams, Mrs.. R !
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Williams is the librarian at Be- r Kr :

thune Elementary School and ...
I x has wcrked in this position for
y r eight years. Mr. Williams attended :-r
Bethune-Cookman College _j :I.;
and is owner of Roy's Shce Repair '10

Shop.
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received that Mrs. Luveme Martin I
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Thompson has passed. She
had wcrked at &tihune Elementary \ -
4U.4 School for 16 years and had Prof. son, State College, Jackspn, ,Mis,. l
Bernard
. .r-- _______.___n.__'___"___ worked in the county since 1942.
The' public is Invited to attend
rrhese lovely. ladies are modeling Miss Arabella Bowen Miss Ger- Hunter in Recital. this recital which. (promise {.P.&e
the latest Eastet, fashions, trude Bush, Mrs. Alma Jones, Miss+ Barbara Oalhoun, secretary an outstondIng'and enjoyable. one.
made in the county-wide Adult Delores Sands' costume: designed at North's Travel Bureau The Episcopal Church Womenof Donations are 100.' and tickets
Homemaking classes. The models by*Mrs. Edith .Sands., <. suffered a fractured right ankle Christ may be secured from Wome'n.
Episcopal Church proudly
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above are: Miss Gloria Braynon, Classes in Millinery sewing, when she slipped and fell duringthe present Prof.} Bernard Hunter of the Church or the Chul'. Mrs. Ray Moore, Mrs. Mary' Lou cooking, and home *CoJsories are rainy sell. last Thursday. in an Easter Organ Recital 'on n
Belcher, instructor in millinery, offered at various hours In themany Wars Easter Sunday, March 29 at I ,....,rtI
Mrs. Alma Jones, Miss Gertrude school centers throughout Mrs. nt Christ Episcopal Church 6
Bush. the city. For further information employee, Washington, D. C. returned Prof. Hunter, graduate p.m.of I \ .
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The hats worn by Misses Bush concerning (these classes call to her home' Monday evenIng Dorsey High School, former student Annual Musical '>:*"
and Braynon were designed by: .Northwestern school, PL 4- 491. via Eastern Airlines after at Florida A and M Unlver--' ,
10 days' of vacationing in Miami Easter '{
-- ----- -- sHy and a graduate of Oberlin Tea Sunday
and Mexico. Mrs Wars and her
Collate, has the Master's Degree -
c br9U1e".Cfa1'I ner guests of Mr.North and Mrs.were'din-Stan-' from Syracuse University, The Hospitality Social( Club
I ley Sweetin at' the Sweetings'Bunche Prof. Hunter is a. former student will l present its annual Musical
A of Bruce Davis of Miami whowas Tea Easter March 29
y 1 ._ y ,. Park home last Sunday on Sunday,
p o j j afternoon. formerly the organist at at the Masonic Temple 1742 3rd
I Trinity Episcopal. Church for 14 ave., frcm 4 to 6 p.m. Donation is
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'T : Ales years and was also an Instructor 50 cents. Mrs. Helen Perkins' 'Is
Mr and Mrs. Glenn, va- at Oberlin
I College Prof. Hunter :residont, Mrs Irene Rollo.s'
catianlnj here frcm Tuskegee, 'is now music instructor at Jack- secretary.
Ala spent three days in Nassau, --
returning on Tuesday. The Glenns
were enthusiastic about "'
r their. trip very to the scenic island and 930 930 930 &3C

4 4 : high in their praise of the hospitality '

S, 4' a accorded_ _them.__ .
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% Mr. and Mrs. George Robinsoncf
Norfolk, Va., arrived in the 930 CLU'B'Pre.ents
city during the oarly week for an
Easter vacation. The couple expects -
/ 4.y to remain until April 4.

Mrs Robinson is the former Miss
Lcola Carey of Miami daughterof
Mrs. Albcrtha' Carey, 1952 NW
:. 3rd ave. The Robinson are guestsof
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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS ,


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THE MAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" LIBERTY CITY ELEM.
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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1959 Our representatives. Mrs. Con-
what has been an
stance Sandilands and Mrs. Sarah Climaxing

CjAnderson, have returned from exciting week of campaign

the FSTA held in Tampa and speeches, vote influencing, lollypops -
BUNCHE PARKWe
CARVER HIGH report a most enjoyable and in-" balloons, badges, }:headbandsand

The day has finally come to welcome Mrs. Sylvia Lam- fcrmafive trip. They are full of what have you, Northwestern -

Carver when brains will be plac- bert as our acting principal. A ideas and suggestions, which they went to the polls on Fridayto

ed upon the 'pedestal equal to or most capable and efficient administrator are anxiously sharing with the express themselves as to student c.

almost equal to the brawn. Hats she comes to us witha faculty. leaders for the coming term. Yu; r

off to the Guidance Committee!! wealth of training and experiences i- The Intermediate departmentheld Carroway Roberts and Carl Mit-

This good news drew all book- She began her teaching in, its annual spelling- bee March chell, Juniors, emerged the victors -
worms and faithful scholars to a Dade County in 1945 at the Be- 20 in the school's cafetorium. in the Student Council elec

pose of intense concentration in thune Elementary School where Congratulations to Ruth Wright, tion. -Miss Northwestern will not 1
the January 22nd assembly. she served until she transferredto grade .5, Mrs. E. T. Sands, teacher be named until the moment oforonatlon.

During that assembly the the 'Holmes Elementary Schoolin ; Glen Green, 6th grade, Miss The question "Who
Guidance Committee announced 1956 where she taught for one J. M. Allen, teacher, and Mary "
will be Miss Northwestern? remains -
plans for rewarding students year and was. promoted to the Green, .5th grade, Mrs. I, to be answered.
who maintain a good scholastic position of curriculum assistant in Straughter, teacher. ,

average from seventh grade to 1957. The faculty is proud to nave Candidates for president of

twelfth ,grade. These awards Miss Majcrie Thompson, daughter Student Council included: Carro
She is the wife of R. C. Lam-
of of Mrs. Willa Mae Thompson and
end
be presented at the
would way Roberts, Mamie Essix andWilHam
bert and holds membership in the
Elizabeth Wilcox
Mrs. Mary ,
school term.
each
Dennis. For vice presi-
The committee said that the following organizations: Mt. Zion daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph
dent: Carl Mitchell and Andrew
Baptist Church Zeta Phi Beta
Pieze with them interns. Both
7th and 8th graders would get as Davis.
Sorority and the Kappa Delta Phi
these ladies are natives of '
certificates. Ninth and tanth graders young
Candidates for Miss Northwest-
would get medals, 11th and Honorary Educational Society. Miami and are very eager to gain ,-
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the letter C anda classroom experiences. We hope
12th graders i Mrs. Lambert anticipates a I CARL MITCHELL
bar, in 12th grade the students wholesome relationship with the I the experiences which they acquire -

with the highest scholastic aver- Bunche Park Elementary School herewill be very beneficial j ern are: Barbara Williams, Barbara -

age will .receive a trophy. faculty in working for the best to them in their chosen flelud ti Cooper, Lauretta Ingraham,
Memlbers of the 10th grade interest of boys and girls and the : Mrs. Bertha Jackson was giv- Estelle Phillips! : and Dorothy Dop-
English!: classes presented a play entire community.The en the honor of 'being guest vocalist son.
concerning the awarding of these at Bethune Cookman College -

prizes and how It would be car- beauty of Spring and Eas- The faculty sends its best

ried out. It was also brought out ter is felt around our school as wishes. _

during the program that studentsare evidenced by the array of beau- Attention: All parents of pro- J. SMITH
so busy participating in extracurricular tiful "Easter Baskets on Parade. spective first grade sbudents: ,

activities that they are This is an annual art project Spring registration will be held ELECTRICSERVICE

falling down In classes. Those sponsored by Mrs. Willya Blue, i Monday, April 20 in the library
individuals are to be placed on art consultant. Each child enrolled at Liberty City Elementary from I

probation until. they improve in in first and second grades 6-9 i;'.m. Birth certificates must I y

their class work This means, made a basket under the direct be presented at this time. Jf you' Electrical Contractor

they cannot participate in an extra supervision of his teacher. Thisis do not have your child's you may
curricular activities until they one activity that all boys and secure it for one dollar at 1200 HOUSEWIRING"Don't

improve. girls eagerly look forward to NW 14th st If your child was I Call
us"
I The committee has planned a born in Dade County; if born out CUM -

study hall whereby students may Ernest\ Floyd, Dianna Pember- of the county, but in the state, PHONE NE 5-3058
T
ton, Alfreda Gainer, Walter Rich- it from the Bureau
be given additional help in and you may secure -
ardson and Gloria Jean Sutton Vital Statistics Night or Day
of Jacksonville
above regular classroom work on -
voluntary basis. Thus meets an were winners in their respective Fla. !
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hour after school everyday. Each grade group selling bees Gloria We are happy to know that _

department will have a day as: Sutton will represent our schoolIn our co-worker, Mrs. H. Wilcox' isimproving.

Monday, English; Tuesday, soc- April the 7.Herald's Spelling Bee on May she continue and CARROWAY ROBERTS-I Drive Carefully

ial studies; Wednesday, math; return to work very soon.

Thursday, sciences and Friday, As the old saying goes, "all Mary F. Williams' principalR.
related fields such as homemak-i good things must come to an end" J. Everette, reporter

}ng, art, physical educaIon, industrial and with the opening of the Lily For FREE Pick-up and
arts and ,business educa- C. Evans Elementary School on BETHUNE ELEMENTARYOn

Monday, March 30, Mrs. Alese Delivery Service on
tion.On
Tuesday
night, March 17
,
March 19 the oratorical. Gill Prescriptions
a most outstanding administrator pupils of Bethune and several
society of. Carver High will present and for the past months guest artists
participated in tal-
a Night of One-Act Plays in acting principal at the Bunche ent show The a 'r SERVICE
program was excellent -
the auditorium. One-act plays Park Elementary School will and the
from Booker T. Washington, 'leave us to assume the role as very keen When competition the was DRUG STORE

North Dade, Northwestern and principal of that school. We shall awarded the prizes judges "Prescription Compounding
Carver will be spotlighted in this everyone
lose the wisdom and experienceof r ,
agreed
wholeheartedly. The first p a Specialist"Sundries
gala affair. The society gave an a most diligent person, who grade boys' rendition of "Me .

outstanding program of pne-act wen the hearts of the (pupils, And My Shadow" brought much Gifts
plays and soliloquies on assembly faculty, staff and our parents'
applause and
last Thursday morning during her tenure with us. In lamenting prize.Little, Charles'gave them first Patent Medicines
Fortson
We are happy to announce that the loss of Mrs. Gill'sservice was
excellent Cards
an Greeting
Nathaniel Rolle is performer Mrs, J.
convalescingat to our school we are Crosby's
of second
group grade
his home. aware that she will continue to 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
girls '
won second prize; the third
Mrs. Juanita Parker Wynter is serve in the Liberty City area.
grade group won third prize. SIDNEY T. COX
back at her desk after an extended We are wishing her the best educationally -
On Registered Phone FRanklin 3.2932
honeymoon.The and Wednesday, March 18 threeof Pharmacist
physically in
chorus Journeyed to. North- life and may God guide her and the our FSTA teachers in were delegates to
western' take part in the Coun- continue to give her the wisdomto Tampa. Those teachers -
Music were: Mrs. Martha McKenzie,
ty Festival carry on.Delorese. -
This year the athletic staff hasbegun Harte, reporter Mrs. Evelyn Williams, and Isaac
to form a baseball team. Meares. Mrs. Verneka SUva, cur MANAGING AND MAINTAINING''
The team will begin practicingas physical education teacher, also

soon as everything is lined up. attended this meeting as state MORE THAN 10Xto HOUSING UNITS
,
Adult typewriting classes will Washington will have their an- chairman of the department of
be held nual health and physical education. IN DADE & BROWARD
on Tuesday and Thursday outing April 4. The seniors COUNTIES
evenings. Registration $4.00. will Journey to Silver Springsand The annual Spelling Bee has

(Regular PTA meeting will be enjoy a day of leisure. We i been uppermost in our minds for The
held Monday, March 9, A very are hoping that they enjoy them- the cast two weeks. After the Largest Organization of

Interesting program is planned. selves. spell-down in our, school, the results its Kind
Parents and friends are urged to were as follows: in The South Serving

attend First grade, Deborah Williams,
'Mrs. Katie S. Dean is attending Mrs. McKenzie, teacher. Colored People"For

the 8th .annual Florida Guidance Prof. Bernard Second grade, Barbara Beckett,
Mrs. Jacqueline Fast, Efficient Service" L. L. BROOKS
Conference at Tallahassee. Crosby, teacher. Call
Anthony Gardiner, principal Hunter in RecitalThe Third grade, Georglanna Brown, PRESIDENT
Mrs.
Lucia
Harris, teacher.

B.T.W. Fourth grade winner, Joanne
HIGH SCHOOL Episcopal Church Women, Jones Zelma t
of Christ Black.teacher.
Episcopal Church proudly -
,Student Council election was present Prof. Bernard Hunterin Melba Sixth James grade, Margaret. Miles, ,

held on Tuesday, March 24 for an Easter Organ Recital on Margaret Miles, teacher INC.
the leaders Easter Sunday March received two
of the 59-60 sohooly.ea.r. 29 at awards
Victors of
David Davis, president James
; Prof. Hunter, a graduate of grade speller and the other, was
Ervin vice
president
; Francena 12
a testimonial CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Hall Miss BTW. Dorsey High School, former student spelling certificate
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,David Davis, a member of at Florida A and M Univer- from the Miami Herald. Mrs. 1860 N.W. 73* ST. PL 8-9827
sity and a graduate of Oberlin James is all smiles due to her 3461 GRAND AVE.
lib homeroom Mr. Blake instructor .
pupil's HI 42447NE
excellent
College! has the Master's De- accomplishments. 5 4240 N.W. 27
ran against Ruth Austin, They both worked AVE. 5-3466
gree from Syracuse University. very
vice president-elect of the Student bard to achieve this.Beautiful 7102 N.W. 14THAVE.. .
Prof. Hiunter is a. former studentof PL 1.0327
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Council. This is the first N.W. 17TH AVE.
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time in the student council's history Bruce Davis of Miami, whowas 17325 Homestead Ave. PL 8-9990

that a vice president elect formerly the organist at Perrlnt i
has been defeated- the presidential Trinity Episcopal Church for 14 HomeOn 1022 N.W. 6TH ST. -u. CE 5-3653

election. David was years and was also an instructorat FL Lauderdale
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Large Lot .
Oberlin #"W" JA 2.3474
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will serve you well." now music instructor at Jackson Your ,lot can be a paymenton RD, Pompano .
State College, Jackson, Miss. 14410 N.W. WE 3-3235
ring ia in.the air and the this 22ND AVE.
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority is The public Is invited.to attend bedroom new 2. Opa Locka MU 8.0617 '
2100
presenting Rhomania Friday, this recital which premises to be baths N.W. 3rd CT. -a FR 4- 331
April 2...., Willie Green, president an outstanding and enjoyable one. 1331 N.W. 56th St. o PL 1019 N.W, 6th STREET

ot the student council and five Donations are $1.00 and tickets Open 3-5 p.m. Lauderdale 'JA 2-3474
others will represent' Booker T. may be secured from Womenof MAIN OFFICE

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SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1959 ,\ '" PAGE
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The State Teachers' Associa- DOUGLAS ;
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tion met in the eletrical building Mrs. Mangle Arnold
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In Tamca with the following, Mrs. Edna Starkes ,
teachers from Dade County serv- JAMES WELDON JOHNSON':

ing as delegates, counselors and Moses Doles "-'
consultants. The theme was "Pur- Mrs. Beulah S. Chester ,"
suit' of Excellence in Education." ', '
A. L. LEWIS ,,
NORTHWESTERN Mrs. Gladys Humes Smith ,'....
Mrs Ida M, Ratcllffe Mrs. Josephine Bronson '..,I'
Mrs Pauline Willis R. R MOTON
Miss Mary Davis Mrs. Callie Foster " :
t Mrs Louise Mitchell Mrs. Kenner v, ,
David H. Dobbs POINOIANA PARK
Mrs. Maud Reed Mrs. Bessie Styles Smith F l
James Cherry RAINBOW PARK tl"
] John L. Brown '" Herbert Day / '
Carl Rhetta Willie Nelson
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.: .. Miss Estelle Waller Mrs Irene .Straughtei ..'
,," David IveyValencia Mrs? Constance Sandiland '''j w". ti
Williams Mrs. Sarah Cherry Anderson *,

The Annual Managers Confer- James Simmons ... DUNBAR ;':,,;
ence was held last week in Jacksonville NORTH DADE Mrs. Alice Hawkins '
'
at the AfroAmericarLife Social I Kenneth Walker BUNCHE PARK .*', ,
;:x
Insurance Co. home. Conference on
Mrs. ,Marie Ferguson' Floyd Mrs. Dorothy Miller '.".t.
The agents who collect $1XX( ( Mrs. Betty Sutton Mrs. Ruth Bethel 110
or over in one week were guest Mrs. Evergreen Murphy Mrs. Ella Wyche i

of the president during the con Welfare l 8-il MAYSC. Vernon Miller
April
ference. Sullivan CulverM. BETHUNE
Nathaniel Smith '"
Mrs. Evelyn Williams r.
There were 49 such agents ir Louis Mrs. Martha McKenzie
the system and 15 were from MI. Juvenile delinquency and com- TaylorCARVER Mrs Verneka Ailva
.
munity problems involving t he Miss Annie Mae Jackson Isaac Meors
ami.See Girl Scouts' Corner ",, ,
retarded will be
if you can spot your agentin mentally among Mrs Maedcn Bullard '
this picture. 14 workshop subjects studied at You have seen girls In brown rom VILLA
Emanuel
Fryer
the 42nd annual Welfare Forumof uniforms and girls in green uniform Mrs. V. L. Johnson
From left to right, front row the Florida Conference of So- and you recognize them as DORSEY Mrs Peggy Bringler I.

Betsch, vice president; J. H cial Welfare to be held in Miami Girl Scouts Let us really intro- T S Greer ., ..- ,..... .
President James H. Lewis, Mrs April 811. duce ourselves to you by sharing Miss Tommy Doss 't

Burney, secretary and J. A Some 600 social workers, public with you some bf our program. Mrs Agnes Herd: ah

Batts, agency director. officials, agency ,board ,members The week of March 9, our George Willie Wright)Hepburn HICKS'
birthday, was celebrated In var-
The Afro bought the Water and United Fund workers ious forms cf observances. Many Mrs Annette McNeal Photo Studio
Tower in Houston, Texas, -anc from throughout the state will troops worshipped together at Mrs, Sheba, Martin
has been admitted to Texas. convene here for the four-day churches throughout the area.. Samuel O Cohen Ultra Fine Portraits
forum, keynoted by the theme, Programs held before school Mrs: Mamie Bondu
"Florida Which ? were James 18. Hicks, Prop.
I "Ninety-five Years Way: Apathy assembly audiences and some HOLMES
Action? had affairs with Mrs Loretta Peck
troops private a Studios& t..
few invited guests. Mrs, Andell Mick ens
After Lincoln"NEW Special welfare legislation being -
2440 NW 60th St.
Mrs. Hortcnse Robinsore
We want to tell you. more and
presented this year in...Tallahassee -
"NinetyfiveYears more about what we scouts' do, Mrs. Inez Foster
( YORK will be emphasized, according Phone NE' 3-3166 .
After Lincoln" by Phineas to Dr. Dorothy D, Haynes, so watch for Girl Scouts' Corner PHYLLIS WiHEATLEY ..'''j
each week.
conference president and direc- Mrs. E. C. Thcmas.
Barton Myers was published by ?
In the meantime, wcwant to Albert Dcaw j
fn!:
position Press of New York on tor of graduate study for the \
thank for buying Girl Scout
March Price School of Social Guidance at Fla. you ,
Friday, 20. $2.50. cookies-for cookies are camps. -" " " "
A ,revised edition of the au State University.

thor's "Eighty-five Years After e HOME BUILDING
Lincoln," the book is a historyof Several promlcnt state and national -
the founding, purposes and figures in the field of social *, ,LOTS FOR SALE FREE PLANNING SERVICE .
achievements of the Urban work and related sciences Easy Terms O FINANCING ARRANGED
League of Dayton, Ohio. It also will participate in the form, according -
gives a brief history of Dayton to program chairmen Build on your lot Custom Built Homes on Your Lot
and mentions factors that led to Miss Fran McGrath of the Dade or mine
the establishment of the League County Health Department and We take care of financingNO Ask your friends about . ,

there.In Miss Jeanette Schwartz. chief ,

addition, the volume 'con-' psychiatric social worker with MONEY DOWN Ralph N. Rol
tains the Miami Child Guidance Clinic. Cash paid for your lots or .y
pertinent poems, Bible verses -
brotherhood and Lincoln- home
on ,
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
iana, including his farewellA n d The forum's general l 4 session I Money loaned on your

second inaugural addresses, the will be keynoted with an addresson Home or Lot 1094 N.W. 54th StreetPL
Emancipation Proclamation and
"Social Work in Our Times"by
his pronouncements on capital Dr. Alfred J, Kahn, author
apd labor. and professor of social work at' Baron, JE 8.1340 1-4704 After 6 p.m. TV 81940i.i.gFi.T."i.i.i

The book is illustrated with Columbia University. .- .-i.-i.--i.-i-T.i.-vi.-i m.i.m.1.. --.-!. .-x.-a.-yi.Ti.i.- y C

dozens of photographs) and draw Other workshop topics include I...
ings, some historical; some show, medical care, family diagnosis

ing segregation, discrimination, and casework trends in protec-' LOOK MOMMY AND DADDY . .
and bigotry; and others showing tive services, and Miami' self-
whites and Negroes working in analysis "A Community In Action. k- Now we can buy that

amity. ." _
"Ninety-five Years After Lin (Headquarters for the forum
coln" is a piece of Americana, a will be the Biscayne Terrace Hotel 1959
valuable social document and expression and the Everglades Hotel. .1
of one man's tort right
and constructive faith.
The author, long active In social OX 6.Q231 OX 8-0231

work, was a founder of the QED
Urban League cf Dayton. He is Excitment at The M rf ?
the author of "Hollywood Mur-
der," recently published by Exposition Carver YMCAOn
Press, and co-author of
the firm's forthcoming "Witches' April 2, 3, 4

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' 'New. aper"


PAGE." 8 SATURDAY, MARCH( 28, 1959 let's talk about jazz WMBM" < April. 5

NH//N/NNHN/NN/M////H////M//MH/N//HHNHNNN/N//NH.NN//N/NNNN/ Bishop .Fl' D.. Washington, pas.

:.Freedom's Road --. JACK (It,) IVORY, II -- tor of "the Washington Temple
Along Church. of_ Gd.in. Christ inBrooklyn I
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-- . N.Y., willl begin a ;
; By RUTH PERRY EDITOR'S' NOTE:,In accordancewith I :, series of broadcasts unday, Acnl

I // ........___........_///N//._...._....-../_..._..__..__..__..__. _.-___-._-.....-..-_-_- our policy to keep our 5. over radio station WMBM from
can reader's well Informed on all Issues ,
On the evenings of April 2, 3, The NAACP take pride in of the day, we are. beginning 3:30' to 4. p.nL
and 4, the Fine Arts Conservatorywill the role it 'has played, in achieving a series on Jazz for your read junior member likehElla ,
present music of the concert the following results, after 50 Ing enjoyment.Jazz I think singers Fitzer-
stage and theater at Carver years of fighting for freedom.Lynching aId, offer an absorbing instanceof LILLIE'S
YMCA, 5770 NW 15th ve. The has been abolished, as I'm sure many of my stylistic jazz Give a listen and
proceeds from these evenings of and there,has been a great revival readers will be awarer Is to Judge for yourself. Try her album ,HAT SHOP
musical and dramatic. entertain- cf Negro voting in the South. "music" what the latest eltctri- "Duke Ellington Song Book" on
ment will go toward the purchaseof There has been' enactment of Fail cal appliances Is to the modern cklng by Verve If you,
instruments and the runningof Employment Practices' Acts in home!! While some of us can't afford have. radio no doubt you'ye 519 N.W. 17th St.
the conservatory, but, most 15 states;and 26 cities, as well as modern electrical appliances heard the up-to-date style of'Billy -
important,. I think, 'will be the enactment*'of Fair Housing.Prac- we all can afford modern musical Taylor on that swinging station Is now featuring beautiful
establishment of scholarshipswith tices Acts'' in 12 states and 30 taste. As for you "ludicrous" per- you sometimes will find; or .
the remaining funds. cities. son's who think Jazz is incon- maybe Ed Cook of station ''WIFEC EASTER HATSIn
GAINS MADE gruous in the best homes, turn has 'siven it a spin. Anyway, .it
'. THE FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY the page; unless/ you would like seems to me Taylor Is one of the The,Latest
One of the most important to be enlightened otherwiseyou most sophisticated jazz pianistswe
signs of progress was. the passage won't like what's being said have among the choicest in Styles and Colors
This theater, dance and music of the Civil Rights Act cf 1957, here. Either way, Jazz artists will the idomt His latest? 'Taylor's
workshop is not as well knownas the first such measure enacted by continue their splendid work in Touch." natch-(Atlantic). Prices From $1.95 up '
It should be, when we realize Congress In 82 years. There is an this immensely expanding medium -
that 1959 marks the sixth year enrollment of more than 2,000 Playing at all times for those NOTE: You can pick up your
,of its existence as an interracial: Negro students in southern state who think modern and have that records at Variety Record Shop, Also Beautiful
vconservatcry) There is much talk universities, and the banning of discriminative modern taste t 6400 NW 16th ave.
these days about integration, but segregation in public elementaryand which, I might add, is hard to I Be Sure to Read: "Strive To- CORSAGES
1 right under our noses, so to speak, secondary education< although acquire; but once acquired-Gee! wards Freedom" by the Dr. :Martin -
WMiami has had for the past sixfy much yet remains to ''be done to Lather King. Prices From $1.00 up
I ,years .a school of this kind oper- implement the Supreme Court's Since Jazz first began, it's been I
> decision- an international language.Now "Books are like mirrors; if an
-. there is no set rule for ass looks in, you cannot expectan Phone FR. 9.8393
F', rit of interracial; cooperation. There. has been an expansion of learning to appreciate good mu- I angel to lock. out.Schopenhauer. -
*"' pallet and modern dance classes: Aegro: membership in the organized sic like jazz. You Just have to . Open Dally 9 ..m. to 9 p.m.
**..!jare'; ,also held each week. labr;; movement, and enlarged I I listen to Jazz, let it grow on you See you next week, ? Bv! ) undays 9 a.m. to 2.p.m.
of employment opportunities for I (of course you need to have a ,
Ruth Greenfield, director :Negroes. There has been abolition I reasonable conception of jazz.) Satisfaction Guaranteed
told
.the Conservatory, recently of segregation In the armed I r
me that she is especially anxious services of the United States, I Since around 1927, serious music Join The NAACP
.for the coming concerts to be and recognition of the Negro's I has had a great influence on
well attended and a financial political strength. The NAACPnas jazz. Incidentally, this influence
success in order that scholarships been directly responsible for is shown ia Stan Kenton's album I
)might. be established for children many of these gains and has contributed entitled "Kenton With Voices" 2 AND 3 BEDROOM
who otherwise would not .be able in some measure to all (Cai;ttal.) The tremendous flexibility _
-..to fattend the Conservatory. She of them. Viewed in the light of shown in this album makesone CBS AND FRAME HOMESALSO
painted a very vivid picture of conditions 50 years .ago and the stop, and say: "Jazz?" :
little children looking wistfully gloomy outlook at that time, they The realization of the latest
.., in the windows- of the Conserva I I,represent Impressive advances. I I modern development having aSattellte INCOME PROPERTY ,
tory but unable to come in and I I in Orbit" has, liter-
study because of lack of funds. Most of them could not have ally, shocked those who' thought, AROUND ORCHARD VILLA AREA
., We too, hope the concerts will be been realized without such an organization or still think in terms of the
most. successful, because an in as the NAACP to pro ."Charleston" and "Susie Q By ALSO CARVER'S RANCHES '
<
: this vide skilled! and .
"terracial venture such as leadership give this same token, jazz is doing the
,:'surely) ",deserves to suceed. ;guidance. to the. Fight For Freedom same thing to its calumniators.Some LOW DOWN PAYMENTS..
people refuse to realize %
AN INTERRACIAL VENTURE' If that; along with everything else'musIc" ,
not
you,are already a mem-
We lots and houses for cash.
ber of is going modern too buy
in
(Here; our own communityis organization' you will
an. example of cooperation be- have an opportunity. to join dur- even 'Russia" is :'down". Like
tween the rares, and one that is ing the coming Golden Anni- all highly skilled opulent arts, Chas. H.. Realtor
'bringing' : appreciation' and knowl- versary Membership Drive to be jazz has its diversity The jazz Pyke
edge of music, the dance and the held sometime later in the spring. audience today is a group so .- .
.,theater to those wfio would When you take out a .share in enormous and so diverse, that the PLaza 78151EVERYTHING
otherwise would not have the opportunity the NAACP, you are taking outa only thing they have in common
to learn these things in share in democracy. is their feeling for Jazz. !But
this deep. South state. 'Let's support wowl! What a feeling Being a A I Ieo. -

these concerts, because the I .
Fine .Arts Conservatory IF"run
with more than technical and
professional know-how, it is run r
MUST
with a heart. Miami is being GO
made a better place to live in
because of it's existence.

PHENOMENAL PROGRESS w
LOWEST.PRICES
When we survey the last fifty
years in the United States, the A .
cultural: and economic progressof
the Negro race has been' nothing -
else than phenomenal. Colored -
men and< women have achieved WITH '
international distinction in a .
wide ramie of activities. The
earning (power of Negroes has
expanded enormously. And des-
pite inadequate schooling in a
Jim Crow system, the educational -
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Around M rani 1 } Well the biJb contest is over '
a ? and ''theW'>d&mpttitlbn'*ended :I.IYY'
Adth Kim Dexter as the first ;
place winner This little lady is ,
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1Br.1 winner '
was sponsored by Mrs:
Ola Stevens and third ,
-- our place r '
I I I winner Valerie Stringer was '
the has firm cut, said its sponsored by Miss Daisy Robert* ' FRIDAY, SATURDAY :" : :
sen. Tihe and . .
: 40 percent all runners up' sonsors'were ,. : ,1 '
Maybe this is ; Stephanie Pratt, sponsored "i\'\I" 'HCBLACK.OR .HID" " ";' F.'h'
: lai ge Negro by her,, mother, Thaddeus Wheat '
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our people buy ley, sponsored by Mrs. Demeritte, 7:04 and'' 10tl5 ) ,:
: it's .n ) the Croumel, Debbie Pearsonsponsor-
very
Negroes for ed by Mrs. Byrd, Leroy Burney,
as well as for sponsored :by Mrs. Sessions. ,J
representatives .Everyone worked very very
It is our re- hard and\ is due congratul Pahst. has re- We 'Want to thank all of our /'
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friends in and out *'
best'men for of Richmond
but 'for Miller ,'Heights whose support was necessary /
BudweLser, I' to make this affair a suc ,
and ether beer cess.

have Negro I ,.......,.,
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I a great lady M o.n oo a
Bethune. And FULL LINE OF GROCERIES PrS1EI
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and talked
Bethune COLD CUTS COSMETICS

As Mayor 208 N.W. 10th Street ,
stated, he had
people in his -: am
: Miss Alexander
invigorating

/ spoken most ct to us or RITZTHEATRE IVA O'l1AN IP IIEN'10 ISElOEN .

.Alexander, but o..lvfllhIJIIUlY( n..w t1Nt1R1xt(1( rw.rlNDRtt itl h1 1 1
civic work for
to do things to
: "'' SUN., MON., TUE8."GUNSMOKE .
; for her
: glory or 'pub TO

there is an in- TUCSON"Mark SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY. ,
has
she done
make her : city Steven
a fine place fcr, Plus A MOTION PICTURE THAT( ",,BREAKS
more capable "Hell's Five Hours"
( Miami for a Steve McNally WITH CONVENTION I
I should really
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say
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Olive Al&can-
I'm more than .
such a fine'lady. :
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( ) ( You Send Me)
OPA LOC*A
cancel a part of
Tel. NA 17322
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the Palms in
SUN., MON., TUES.
order to( go to ytNa11wjsI4
;: "hwite's fun- tIUTlO
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accident last
Mrs. Cooke was Gregory Peck, Jean Lemmon
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married In
one son, age 7. "Looking For Danger"
sympathy Bowery Boys

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and Clvlo
a round ,trip :
(donation $1.00)) I
May 2 at the
'Spring Bazaar. CAPITOLTHEATRE :
\ to attend the w

to purchase a
You just might +JOCK MAHOHEY-KIM HUNTER I

; Now ShowingTHRU TIM HOVEY-GENE EVANS ,
seen the WUIAM CAMPMll' tOM CHAMY TOM DISKS
at the Rite, m JAMES 6UASON JUDY WttDfTH mUJF TEMY
it. It's worth- APRIL 4th .
everybody . *
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Sunrise Service, ST. PAUL A. M. E.

Rev. J. D. Washington, pastor
At Bethel
AME.
19th St. and 4th Court ,
St. Paul 'will have its Good
You are cordially invited tc Friday "services at 8 pjn. The
worship with us at our annual theme, "The Seven Cries From
Easter Sunrise Services, Sunday
The Cross'
morning March 29 at 4 at .
a.m.
1. Then said Jesus, forgive
the Greater Bethel AME Church, .
them for they know not what
245 NW 8th street.
The 'Usual order of service will they do-Rev. Washington.
2. Verily say unto thee, today -
be carried out with the CandleLight ""-
shalt thou be with me in
Processional beginning at
rendered by Paradise-Rev. H. S. Delaney.
4 a.m. Music will be
the Joint choirs. The Easter Sunrise 3. Woman, behold they Son!
Behold thy mother Rev. Slay-
message will be brought by
MATTHEW AMEZ our pastor, Rev. S. A. Cousin. ton Matthews.
"The Peoples Newspaper"PAGE
TIMES
THE MIAMI -
I 1628 N.W. 5th Aye. The usual recessional will take 4. My God, my God why hast

, 10 SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1959 Rev. Daniel Pridgen; pastor place and benediction will be thou ell. forsaken 'me?-JRev. Crow"-

unday School..-........... 9:45 a.m. given[ attheentrance of the 5. I ',thirst-Rev. Williams
M.
M.
Morning Worship ............ 11 ajnvening given[ at the entrance of the
6. It is finished-Rev. Evans
ST. JAMES BAPTIST MT. ZION A. M. E. ': worship ............ 7:30: pjn Everyone is asked to bring a '
candle for the candlelight service. 7. .Father, into Thy hand I

BTU ......................?...-... 5:30 p.m 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Rev. S.A. Cousin, pastor commend my spirit-Rev, J. B.
Evening Worship ..........? 7:30: p.m Opa Locka A28 Williams. .
Visitors always welcome Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor' Rev. James E. Culmer, pastor The publit is invited to attend

Sunday School......?... 9:30: am Sunday School ................ 9:30: a.m. Eddie Edwards, clerk MT. SINAI BAPTIST these services. M27
i Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m Morning worship ............ 11 am. Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m
323 N.W. 14th St. League ................................ 5 pjn. Morning worship .... ........ HOC:() Rev. S? A. Thomas, pastorD. Ml. CALVARY' BAPTIST
Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor Evening worship ................ 7 pjn. 'Westminster Fellowship .... 6 p.m B. reporter
Services Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor
Sunday It is with humble and sincere
MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. Phyllis. Myers, reporter
BETHANY BAPTIST
: gratitude that I speak of the
TRINITY WESLEYAN 3078 N.W. 45th St. J. N Byrd, pastor progressiveness of our Sunday -The day 'began with the Sun-

Rev.' George E. Johnson, pastor Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter School activities. If you are not day School beginning at the usual -

Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Sunday School........... 9:30: ajn. NOTE: Visitors are always wel- at the church by 9:30 a.m., well hour with the assistant sup-

Sunday School ...............-.- 9 ajca Morning Service .......?... 11 am come. you are not present for the opening erintendent. ,.in charge. The lesson -
Morning worship ... 11:0C: BTU ................................ 5:30 p.m Order of Service as teachers .and other of- was reviewed by Mrs. Green.
Young People's Meeting 8 p.m. Evening Service ............ 7:30 p.m Sunday School......................, 9s30: icial workers, you feel that thereis The devotional service for the .
Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30 p.m. Morning worship 11:00: something missing when you morning was conducted ,by .Bro.

CORINTH BAPTIST BTU ........................................ 5:30: fail to be at the opening of a Smith. The music was furnishedby
St. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Evening worship .................... 7:30: meeting. the No. choir. The merning ...
1460 N.W. 59th
The devotional service of Sun- .
message was rendered by our
t Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Holy Week atjioly I day is quite uplifting and it is pastor.At .
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Phone NE Phone FR 9-1424 greatly felt if it is missed. It requires -
Services every Sunday MASSES I sacrifice to make this hour 5 p.m we had BTU with

Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m. Daily ..........?..................... 8 a.m : RedeemerThe but that is what the Master requires ... the president in charge.
Morning Service 11 a.m. Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m of us. Sunday night the devotional
Evening Service ........ 7:30 p.m. Catholic Students' Retreatwas Superintendent( IE. Thomas service was conducted by Deacon

FIRST UNITARIANDr. held during the first three hatS< asked the youth of the churchto Johnson. The music was* furnished -
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. days of Holy Week and was well take the lead >In the prayer by the No.1 choir. Then Rev.
Curtis W. Reese will be
attended by students from Holy I meeting each Chalk came and rendered thenight's
Hazel Gleason of West Thursday night following -
guest speaker at the First Uni-
and
Redeemer, St. Augustine's
Miami former guide at the tarian the second) Sunday. She sermon.
a Church, Dixie Highway at
Richmond schools.
Baha'i House of Worship in Wil- SW 29th road on Sunday, March Heights observedas also asks that the adults will not Visitors are always welcome to

mette, Ill., will describe this 29, 11 a.m. His sermon ,topic will .Holy Thursday was accept this one night of serviceby come and worship with us at any
usual with the Mass and i Eucharistic -
theTa !the youth, as a rest period for time.
unusual edifice known as be "Trends in Modern Religion." ,
procession at 8
j Mahal of the Chicago area, Dr. Reese is a 'prominent Unitar- p.m. them. They will need our pres-
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
when she speaks at the Baha'i ian, having served ,for many yearsas ence for ,guidance, that they may
Center, 137 NW llith ave., 7:45: a member of the board of directors Good continued until midnight. be trained for. devout service tually, Christians enoy services
with Eucharistic
'p.m. Sunday, March 29. She calla of the American Unitarian Friday Adoration began at 6:30 while young. As Christ told one like this mixed with inspiration,
her subject "The Spell of The Association, was executive: director ajn. of his disciiples on one occasion, and information. The singing
which continued until '
2:30
Ten !)Ie. All faiths and race are of the Western Unitarian : p.m. flesh and blood did not reveal groups or 'choirs render lovely
cordially invited. Conference, and for 30 years deanof Station of the Cross 'began at 2:30: that answer to him; I feel the songs for the service every Sun-
the famed settlement house, ).m. and ended at 3 p.m., the same toward the Supt. with her day and they too with their lead

THE INCARNATION the Abraham' Lincoln Center in hour of Christ's death. request to the Youth of the ers, need to be commended.
Chlcag'b. He has been presidentof The Mass of the Pre-Sancti- church.The ;You will enjoy, the worshipand
1835 N.W. 54th Street the American: Humanist Association fled began at 3 p.m. with the un- worshipful period of the Christian Fellowship at Mt.
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar and is author of- the veiling of the Cross and prayers church service is very full spiri- Sinai You are welcome any time. .
Susan Butler, reporter for the whole world. Holy Communion -
book, "The Meaning of Human- .. ." ..,.._,
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was distributed. Stations 'II .II"W_! "..'H.., I' 5- j
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Winter Schedule ism. Dr. Reese is now retired, IC"" :I
of the Cross Good
Friday evening -
in
Sundays: living Kissimmee, Fla.
Church School and at 8 p.m. Get out of the rut! Come and
see
Following the service: that day, Holy Saturday is a day of
Adult ...
Bible Class 9:30: a.m. the
Unitarian Church School waiting for the Resurrection of

Solemn Sermon Sung.......-Mass...........and 11:00 a.m. sponsors will have a luncheonand Christ. The Lenten fast a n 'd '

E. Y C. Meeting ........ 6:00: pm meeting. The program will abstinence continues until mid- Bishop Hunter
Solemn Evensong and include a speaker and film on the night.

Sermon ......... ........?... 7:30: pm life of Gandhi.GREATER Confessions are heard from
Tuesday: 4:30: p.m. to 5:30: /tp.m., and from
St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild NEW BETHEL 7:30: p.m. to 8:30: p.m. WHO IS WELL

Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. Rev. W. K. Smith The Easter Vigil begins at 10:30: KNOWN AS
Wednesday pastor p.m. with the blessing of the ,

Low Mass .......-........... 80: am Mrs. R. Conley, clerk new fire, prophecies and the baptism PROF, HUNTERFor
Evensong and Meeting of Gaining understanding of righteousness -. ; of new converts. The Vigil
Guild of Our Lady .... 8:00: p.m is necessary !before pro- Mass starts at midnight.
Thursday:: ceeding to be active in its works. Every good Catholic goes to the past 33 years r'
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Th Choir of St. Michael's This 'was the moral of the'pas.. confession and communion at

And All Much U tor's Sunday morning's messageas Easter, so a large crowd is expected If are sick and
Rehearsal ...........-..?... 5:30: p.m. he spoke on the subject phase,' to participate in the Vigil you
Friday: "If You Don't Know, Then Ask services which date from the worried or in trouble
St. Cecelia's Choir Someone, For Someone Knows times of the Apostles. this is the place to
Rehearsal .................. 8:00 pin And Someone Cares." .Easter morning Mass at Holy
Stations of the Cross Redeemer is said at 7 and 10 come. Don't stay in the

NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mast Rev. Johnson, a visiting minis- a.m. The general public Is cor rut. Push back the veil
High Mass and Benediction. ol ter, delivered the evening's mes- dially invited.
the Blessed Sacrament on All sage on the subject, "I Heard A of the lack of understanding t t : ti

Feast Day. Voice." Rev. Johnson identified Easter and bad luck
Weekeads: Low mass on all the voice to which he referred as at St.Augustine's .
holy and Saints' Days. the same voice belonging to our that seem ,to hold you .., & #

Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. do God that declared Jesus WAS his Church in your track and ad

all Feast Dajri. beloved son on the banks of Jor forward
Friday dan. The message provided excellent The risen Christ will be greeted vance by the

Stations of the Cross, 8 pm. advice to the five await- by the parishioners of St. help of God. a

ing candidates that were baptised Augustine's in a way that is new .
GOOD
FRIDAY after the message. for the Coconut Grove parish. Your home and every day life can be made happy.
Mass of the Pre-Sanctlfied
For the first time the entire con- He will show you to bypass your enemies and get the
630: ash Easter plans are materializing gregation will sing the Mass in things that
God put in the world for
Three, hour meditation on at Greater New Bethel as the Latin. you. Let the
the. words from the Sunday School department pre For the last two months under peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the

cross ........ .12:00, : 3:00: p.m. ,pares a wonderful Easter (program the direction of Elmo Sparks the power that is in you will be awaken and you will be
HOLY SATURDAY for Sunday at 3 pan congregation has been preparing in a higher state of mind and spirit. '

Lighting of the new fire, Easter Sunday night, the Five for this event which will take'
blessing Jot the Font and Trumpets Gospel singers will place at 11.. ajn. Mass. Mary Listen to Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your

Holy Baptism .......?... 5 p.m. render a musical program at 9:0 0 Sands will accompany on-the or dial every morning at 6:59 from Monday through

Sacrament of Penance 6-7 p.m. pm. gan. Friday and on Sunday at 6:45
a.m. invited
Tie you are
EASTER DAY The public is invited to attendall Invited.general public is cordially: to listen to the Radio Ministry of Bishop Hunter of

'Sol naj Sung Mass, sermon worship services at Greater Easter the Spiritual Temple of Zion Church
'',witht5fPcession .,... ..,''' 5 a.m. New /Bethel Mass at Richmond Southwest located at 5417
Church!SijfeooX and Adult: Easter 3:00 Heights will be celebrated at !9 17th St, Hollywood, Fla. Donation :will
program- pjn.
.Bible Clasej.?......( 9:30: a.m.Solemn' Sunday School....??..:.... 9:30: a.m a.m. in the School.Frank C. Martin Elementary be accepted ,for the continuation of this broadcast.

\ b +t and sermon Morning worship .......?... 1.1. a.m.
wimvpro ssawfc,__ 11 ajn BTU .....??.................:'............. 5 p.m. the The young people choir under Prof. Hunter's office is open daily from 10 a.m.
-- direction
Solemn .Evcesoa familBenedk- Evening worship ................ 7 pjn Johnson of Mrs. Theodora to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and con: .
and
tion oVhe :I) Mrs. Glenola sultation. Closed all day
Wednesday. Prof is licensed
SacrarncttttEASTfR4 ';;. Y 0 pan.. NOTICE of Holmes the Risen will Christ.sing' of' the glories by, the State and County as. a Reader. ...


Church Schooi& Father DeVaney One mile east of 7th Ave. on Highway 441 Old
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Easter Sunrise ALLEN CHAPEL Three On Dean's THE MIAMI TIMES-"Th. Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY .

Service Rev. E. M. Blocker, pastor

Easter sunrise service will be Rose Watson, clerk List at St. Augustine'sDr. MARCH 28, 1959 PAGE 11

held on the Sweeting's estate; 2148 Sunrise service will be held at a r
NW 4thst., Fort Lauderdale, Sun- Allen Chapel AMiE Church, corner P. R. Robinson, dean at St. .
day morning at 6 a.m. The pub. NW 5th ave. and 22nd terr. Ser Augustine's College, has releasedthe DR. HENRY C. organize our fellowship.
lic Is Invited to: come and help vice will begin at 430: am. At names of 64 students, who After hearing Dr. McDowell
make this service a success. Spe- the 11 'o'clock hour service will made the dean's list for the first MCDOWELL TO Sunday, Miamians will be enriched -
cial music: by the BraithwaIte far- be as usual. At 3:30 in the after- semester. Thirty-seven are women You must see and hear
SPEAK HERE SUN.
ulty Veal Ensemble an Dillard noon the Easter exorcise will be and 27 men. him .

- High School chorus, under the direction held, come and see our children The three Rev. .Charles Wilkes, pastor
of Mrs Rhoda Sneed. The in their Easter parade. Floridians in the Or. Henry C. McDowell will A. E.. McNeal, reporter
Riev. -H. J. Everette, pastor of the group are Joseph Major, a senior; speak Easter Sunday at the' 11:00:
.
Irene Williams, a junior, and o'clock services of the " '
Mt. Bethel Baptist Church will There will !be a special Easter Congregatlonal -
Cassandra Hanna .
deliver the Easter message. program given by the Missionary a sophomore. Church Fellowship which
AIL are Mlamlans. The Best People
Breakfast will be'served to all. ladies at the evening service will be held in the auditorium of
7 !pan This is promised to the Seventh Day Adventist Live at
BETHEL BAPTIST be a treat. The play is made up MT. HERMON A.M.E. Church located at NW 50th street

of some cf our best local talent. Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor and 25th avenue. Atlantic Manor
Richmond Heights This 'night has been given over Letha Gamble, reporter Friends were Invited to meet GardenApartments
Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor to Missionary ladies and is the Dr. and Mrs. McDowell ait the
Sid. Nannette Gretr, reporter Night in White. Many activities during this lovely home of Rev. and Mrs. J.
,The public is invited to special observance of Easter will T Brown, 67th st. and 14th ave ,
We were blessed to enjoy an- wor- be at informal 32nd Ave and 42nd St.
ship with us in all these services. opened to the public Easterat an reception Wed-
other day filled with the Holy Mt. Herarvon, "The Biggest Inesday, night which was enjoyedby Northwest
Spirit beginning with Sunday EBENEZER Little Church in Town" all. .
School which: was conducted by METHODIST !included will be Easter Sunrise Dr. McDowell has served many Marli

Bro. Claudius Jones and Bro. Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor Candlelight service at 5 a.m. years of consecrated service in L' ' " "
Roosevelt Jackson. : The general Ernestine L. Hambrick re:>ortel Sunday School will begin at the mission fields of Africa. Theyare
superintendent, Bro. Taylor was 9:30: o'clock followed by our reguLar on leave in the United States Now is the time!
away attending State Teachers The spirit of Easter is the spiritof morning worship l at 11 a.m. and we are hoping they will come
Association in Tama. The themeof life; it is the spirit of faith; it At this time we are looking for- back to us in June and help us to Register to Vote!
the lesson was, "Jesus on The is the spirit of joy; it is the spiritof ward to having with us our dis-
Cross." victory; lit is the spirit of resurrection trict presiding: elder, F. A. Allenas -.r
Our pastor delivered two very one of our distinguished guests.
interesting and informative sermons I enter into the spirit and faithof Then to close out another( glorious 44IUPTUREDJt'
for morning and evening. Easter, I partake of the spiritof { day with our Children's
Choir: No. 1 was at its best dur- Easter as I think about life Easter program beginning at 3:00:
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ing the day. and faith, joy and victory, as I um. under the direction of Mrs. You can be FREE from TRUSS SLAVERY. New Non Burgle*!,

At 3 p.xn.. three of our fine think about what: the word resurrection Juanita Dukes and her co-work- Palnlesa Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TIME.
young men were ordained as dea- I means to me in my ers. The public is welcome to
cons. Those persons were Bros. I surrection power cf God that is, come out and hear these child- Piles Rectal Diseases DR. LONG'S CLINIC
Sherman Clark, Tommie Smith at work in me and in my life. I ren's Easter expressions in words
and Henry Edmundson. The ordinatIon think, of the growth that I have and songs. At 5 p.m. the teenage- A General Health Service
services were largely .a.t- made, of the overcomings that ers have prepared a well enter- Reducing 21 S.W. 18th At*. FR VT4B
tended. The Rev. R. Hall of Per- have been mine I look at the taining program.
rine delivered a wonderful ser green, new world about me, and I Choir No one and two will
mon. The Rev. Williams of Deer- feel as alive &s any greening tree, close the day with an inspirational .
field gave them the charge. Sis as urgent with growth and new- cantata, "Behold His Glory."

Hattie Clark, Sis. Sarah Smith ness as the pushing blade of grass. OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
Sis. Willie M. Edmundson wore At Easter I feel a new and resur-
consecrated &s deaconesses. recting spirit. I feel that I am on OX. 6-0231 OX 6-0231 THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
Those on the sick list are: an upward. path. I know that the QED
Sis. Nannette Greer, Mrs. Rose old ways need not bind me, that PSYCHIC READERLet
Pla Goodlowe, Mrs. Elizabeth! the past cannot hold me. I par- Excitment at The
Stark. Do not forget the sick in take of the spirit of Easter. I rise Carver YMCA
your prayers. in spirit and. in faith, I am res-
surrected- -into a new consciousness On April 2, 3, 4
ST. MARY'S W. M- ..of life.today.
As we arise this Easter morn,
Sunday School began at the let us find the church of our
usual hour of 9:.30 a.m.fc. the sup- faith' and join in the sunrise ser-
erintendent being in charge. The vices. We invite you to attend SUNSHINEFISH
classes took their places with Ebenezer's sunrise service which MARKET
their teachers. The lesson was will !begin at 5:30: a.tn. At the 11
reviewed by the Rev. H. V. a.m. service, along with the Love
Stuart. Feast, Rev. Hall will 'preach a Poultry Vegetables Fruit I \

The pastor was in charge of special Easter sermon and againat See our store and what we ...
the 11 ajm. service. After the 7 p.m. have
(preliminaries: he introduced the On Tuesday evening the Dor-
Rev. H. V. Stuart who preached cus Circle will be in charge of Fresh Fish Daily

from St. Luke 18:36: "That I class meeting.
Might Receive my Sight. The Don't forget to dine In the Lowest prices in, town
church was set on hallowed fire. social hall of the church after my years of Experience guide and protect you through
8:30 tit 7:30
Number 2 choir furnished music service Sunday. Dinners, $1.00 Open a.m. : p.m. Life as A Lighthouse guides the ship in a storm
with their organist, Mrs. U. per plate. This is to help the Sundays 8 ..m. til 1 p.m.
Higgs, and No. one ushers serving Youth of the Church. WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
Our Palm Sunday procession Our sick and shut-ins are: Sis- We guarantee to please you For Success In Business And Love
was very successful and was ters Florence Holmes, 3352' NW or your money back
enjoyed by all. 53rd st., Remilda Dames,' 1747 CONSULT HER -
On The Corner
The 7 p.m. devotion was led NW 5th ave.; Melvina Davis, You can now have your 'home made happy
by the !.Stor. He (preached fromSt. 15821 NW 18th ct.; Juanita Ham- 1001 N.W. 62nd St. Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
Luke 1938: "Blessed is the berry Willie Thomas, Blossom AllDon't
Rahmlng, Jackson Memorial Hos Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
King that Cometh in the Name
of the Lord." Everyone was spiritually pital. By the help of God she can help you
Visitors always welcome to
blessed. One member with are Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried er in
worship us. Fret !
Fight
joined the Christian family Our troubleIt
famous male chorus furnished
music with Mrs. U. Higgs at the Drive Carefully! Join The NAACP will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First

organ and No 2 ushers served. Where thousands come yearly foe. help and advice, yon too can
Easter Sunrise service will beat be touched by this strange mysterious power
4 a.m. Sunday. Breakfast will
be served immediately. Admission STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

50 cents. Menu,.is boiled fish, mine God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel

bread.grits, coffee or tea and Johnnie; Central Life Insurance Co. of old l. still allye today and will open a way for you through

the troubled seas of life. Let not him that is blind lead you or

TEMPLE BAPTIST you stumble with him.
Your Friendly Company Do you doubt the existence of things because: you cannot see
Many members rallied on Sun-
them?
day in the annual drive, and .
What do*you think of the invisible waves and sounds that
others because ,of inclement
weather last week, were not able Offering! make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible

to make the grade, but have A seed before it sprouts, lie concealed, secret, silent in the
promised to do their bit this 20 Year Payment Life & Educational Endowment dark earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN ttUN8Iml'JroWER" ;
Lord's Day.Special Endowment at Age 85 at Age 18
services will be heldEaster
Sunday. will Paid- Ufe & 20 Payment Life
The choirs up Therefore, acquaint yourself -
serve Jointly. The young people, Endowment at Age 6lf 15 Year 'Endowment with the one who U an

under the direction of Mrs.. A. Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life authority. Whose private .
Newbold and Mrs. V. Strachan, ;
15 Payment Life consultation will evolve
will present their Easter exercise Mortgage Redemption you
at 5:30 pjn. A special feature will i Health Hospitalization 20 Year Endowment to a higher state of mind. (
be the at
candlelight procession
7 pjn. and a service of Easter Home Office All Information is

Anthems jah Chorus including," "Calvary the," "Hallelu"God So 1416 North Boulevard, Tampa, Fla. Strictly ConfidentialOffice

Loved The World etc. Appropriate -
,
solos end spirituals will Branch Offices, : Hours 0 a.m-e p.m. .
You are Sundays 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.Don't ,
intersperse the program. BRADENTON OCALA
invited to spend the day at
DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDO Write-Call in Person ,
Temple.
The children will have their FT. LAUDERDALE PANAMA CITY DAILY RRADING '..00 UP
erg hunt Monday at 5 pjn. Remember FT. ,FIERCE PENSACOLAJACKSONVILLE
the organ recital on ST. PETERSBURG 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

April 19.Members. LAKELAND TALLAHASSEE
confined at the Jack- WEST PALM BEACH 5 MADAM HUNTER
son Memorial Hospital are Bros.
George Dean, Robert Hudson Miami Office: 176 N.W. 14th Street 1657 N.W. 73rd St Miami
and Nathaniel Johnson. Remem- THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOW ,

ber them ta your prayer and visit y
them. I
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what Magistrate. 1 M< J. Thompson, of the bride's. .sister. A large NA, 1-6952 .
called the charges against, the number of friends"and relatives j. ,', i
Rev, W.. G. McPhee and, lad police attended., .
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WANTEDFREE on March 13. October: 5 last a' Mrs. Florence Martin, 80, died
HOME FOR WOMAN Formica Tops $3.95 up deacon of Calvary Baptist Church at her berne, ,in Dowdeswell St.,
Opa Locka mother will give Step (End Coffee. cf which Rev. McPhee Is pastor, on March 15, after a long illness. FOR SALE '
retired woman or wddow'a home NE 3.8323 accidentally knocked down the Her survivors are & son, Vincent : ,
in exchange fcr child care. Call A4 table of neighbor near the Lotmore;. ,two step-daughters. KEY LARGO
NA 17916. church. A dispute developed anda Mrs. David Smith and Miss I
J ,police was called. The minister Kathleen Martin, five grandchildren $ 100 Ft. ,'Overseas Highway
DAY NURSERYScott's Intervened and was charged with and six great, grandchildren.Palm .
To buy house- or lot. Will rent frontage: Ready for Motel.
.space in hall or 'building to hold Day Nursery phone: obstructing a police officer in the t Excellent location.
services Sunday morning perma- Day: PL 7-1907. Night: NE 4-5207 course of his duty. The church Sunday: services were
nently until we build. Freewill Ages 4 months to 5 years. 6710 filed a charge against the police well attended at all the churches.I Total price .$5,500'
'. Baptist: Church Call OX 6-7980. NW 9th ave. A35 for disturbing public worship. in Nassau. Thousands turned out
in procession 'singing, "Ride on 'I The new Causeway to the

Opportunity for responsibU Job OpportunitiesThe Joseph Kncwles was fatally injured Ride on in Majesty." St. Agnes Keys will make this prop-. .
tf person man or woman to when he fell In a cement continues td-draw the crowds. erty very valuable.

be in business for himself. Very Greater Miami Urban mixer while cleaning It at a George Dykes, Reg. Broker
building construction In P 1
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': small investment necessary. Call League announces job opportunities Phone FR 3.9922VI'S
dale on March 16. He was rushed -
$: MO 6-8614. for the following positions:
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to a. hospital but wa dead before Pays
Plumbing inspector I, automo- he arrived.
Live-in PositionsHostesses tive .equipment operator I, :internal -
revenue 'agent (accountant), Among those who took the.
trans- HOUSE
we pay $2.00 GUEST
Cambridge School Certificate
key punch operator I, rodman I, examination
livein
portation girl we 'to place.you for Positions any now heavy equipment' mechanic' patrolman / ,in last! December, 64 REASONABLE. RATES ON ROOMS

available In best Beach homes. communications tech- passed, according to announce- ," By Day or Week
Up to $50 week. Come early in nician, assistant superintendentstreets ment recently released. Most of Efficiency Privileges Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.
morning, bring clothes -,Mrs. ( bridges and sewers), pri- the students are from schools inNassau Phones OX 1-5343 FR 9-9359
but some of the Out Is- : -
Service 432 scn guard clerk tytpist, clerk
Mack, Reliable -
Espanola, (Miami Beach. A4 stenographer I. ands were represented. 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue

4 For detail information regard- Roger Weir, O. H. Poi Her, Asa -

FOR SALE ing the above jobs contact H. J. Ferguscn, Vernice Moultri/e. / ,
Allen Wheatley Jr. of the Urban I Bverette Sweeting T. V. ,Arnet
:80x150 DEERFIELD BEACH if League, 395 NW 1st st. or call and Clifford Rahming' have been
'on' S.E. 2nd Ct East of SZvlsi FR 1-6476.. I recommended by the Telecom- RATES GOING UPI!
Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRank. munications Committee of
the
The Newspapers Say-Save Money by Getting
.fin 7-4812 tadi House of to
Assembly be sent' to '
t-- ---- I rl the United Kingdom for advance AUTO, 'LIABILITY INSURANCE

:ins borhood.: or frames.Low Very down good payment.neigh For Sale training. They are all membersof NOW-Before the'rates go up '

Call at Goodman's Real Bstatt ment.A the. teleoommundoaition depart- Many of our 6-months policies start as low as

:, 66$>l NW 62nd: st. Phone NE BY SUMMONSSPECIAL $12 DownSERVICE

,JJ-0932. Haitian known only as
FIRST INS. AGENCY
REMODELING HOME must sell Celession, was fatally injured ,
All CBS 2-bedroom home when he fell from a truck between -
'sofa bed and clubchalr $10 each, : Living 645' N.W. 36th'St. 27th Ave Farmers' MarketPL
Lyford
Cay and Clifton ,
kit-
all tile
room, dining room,
tables $2 uip, rugs, lamps, single
beds, sunWst juicer, other items.. chen. All tile, bath. Built-in gar- Pier. The unfortunate man w a ,$, 9.5284, NA 4.1811DRIVER'S .
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hitch-hiking when he
JE 88247. age. Hardwood floors. Enclosed was given
r with 4 feet chain link fence. Immediate II a lift on a truck driven by Felix J .
ONE FAMILY House or* office occupancy. Located at Clearer but fell 'from the rear of
on valuable business lot. 1168 2912 NW 49th street. Full price: the truck shortly after. He was.
NW 62nd st. Indl $15,500,' $2,500 first down payment prnounced dead at -a hospHal.
1 Can be bought .under FHA LICENSE !

ROC> FUSE on valuable terms. Errol Neyrnour, who is doing a
business lot. Will pay itself oft edroam five year, sentence !im the Fox
1172 NW 62nd st. Indi Beautiful 2-b home In Hill Prison for burglary escaped BEST'SERVICE. POSSIBLE IN ''OBTAINING' ONE
I Edison Center with carport. from a road iang on March 17.

MODERN 2-bedroom apt., stove, Beautiful landscaped. Completely' He is twenty-three, and the sec- ,
refrigerator and water, quiet furnished. $1,000' down Full ond 'prisoner to have taken ..O'BERR'Y'SMAGIC .
jnyilre 844 NW 70th St., apt. 5.'TA' price: $10,450, $90 per month. French leave' In two days in a
1-6952. indf Immediate occupancy roW. The other is 18-year-old CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
Milton 'WilUarns.Nurse .
700 PIECES of barrel roofing Beautiful ell CBS 3-bedroom FR 4-7756
tile. 6414 NW 15th OXford home on large corner lot. Full Lerlene
ave. Lenora
New-
12840. AU price: $16,000. Terms to suit. bold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .,'" '" 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue .
Located at 5680 NW 9th ave. Heaekiiah. "
Newbold
Orange Creek
ONE TON' Cat Island . .... .. .
Phllco air conditioner, VM.ANrtOT', was married to Sala- --
i electric range, Hot Point refrig- : 50x100. Located tiel Cooler at Wesley Church on
on NW 55th St. and
17th
erator. .$250 buys all. PLaza ave. March 18. The Rev. Edwin Tay
Price: $3,500. Cash or terms. Ten
4-1982. lor '
percent down. $35 per month. performed the ceremony. The Easter Greetings
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FOR RENT IN PERRINE'
': All OBS 3-bedroom home. Tile FROM
FURNISHED one room apartment .
bath tile
; room on large lot. Located -
all ,efficiency Driveway, private for surroundings at 10481 SW 173rd street. Just Completed THE LITTLE STORE ON WHEELSFELLOWSHIP
you
Price $10,000, $1,000 down. Balance

car. In Opa Locka, Bunche Park. easy. t" ..
Phone NA 1-6654. .. Indi3EDROiO

I FOR RENT:, Deluxe 4-bedroom .
( per week. 1275 NW 55th Terr. 5312< NW 18th ave. $35 per
Phone MU 12926. Call any time. week.
. .
LARGE HOUSE neatly furnished, FOR THESE SPECIALS 3165 N.W. 42nd St. ..
in private..yard. Call .at 7011' NW CALL MOBILE
17th, eve after 6 [pan. DAY OR NIGHTJ.

ONE-BEDROOM APT., 243 NW A. SUMMONS'HI CBS 3-Bedroom UNIT : '

14th Terr. 'Near bus stop. $14 a 4-2448 or HI 80173378t ,
week including tax. FR 9-3576. !H Baths, Florida Room
Grand Avenue
a
FRONT ROOM. Private home. Hardwood Floors A door-to-door service .j4
Ffcone.PL1 '76015'after 5:30 p.m. Miami' 33, Cooonut Grove, Fla. .t Fenced" _
or PL 8-JW82 at anytime. Fruit !-:Ice Cream ,
.. s -" ,in.' :; Household .

HOUSE at reasonable xa/te./ Call TERMS' Needs

owner :at.'OX'1.4514. Homes For Sale: GOOD t ConfectionsSchool*

i""NEW CBS 3-bedroom New N.W. 56th St. area. Very Supplies Vegetables
nice 2-bedroom. Florida :*
house in New Liberty City. Call Large
m 44079. room. Like new. Price and term
low. See Mr. Gordon 2

ROOMS. Nice, clean and airy. Good Buy
Only $9 and $10 a week. Close to Sunday 1 to 4 p.m.
NEW 57th St. area, CBS 2-bed- RICHARD McGHANEY
jitney and bus lines. Near to ,
rooms with beautiful Florida
everything. 1628. NW 6th ave., room Priced to,' sell with low .Founder-Director of the Christian Service Prayer >i

,PJn ask;for. Mrs. HJgbtower. after 6 down payment. ..... PHONES: i : Fellowship. A popular social figure, club organizer f.I }f.

:. CALL HARRY DENNY ,
and business man. A Christian leader and
." .. supporter.
PL 7-8250 ,
FitmN"ngniW, Efficiency.55th 1870NUl' Office: NE 5097,'

,,, "ft., Tprr./ .NE.(.,5:0010t.ir \ I The Keyes Co.' FR 10377lii : .2270 N.W. .153rd St. Opa Locka i f fPtione '

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SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 199, : Hi', PAGE: 13 F, The family of THANKS V DEATHS Son and several Ruben Green pther relatives.of Springfield Fun-

.... :,1.a. ,, : ;; eral services will be conducted
:> on March 31, at 2 p.m. at the

CARDSMEMQJIALct Church of God in Christ JocaHedat

I .1 Manker. . .. NW! 18th ave:, and 66th street
In Liberty City, with the; pastor. ,
Funeral services for Mrs, Mary Elder Carswell officiating;
Lucy Rayfield cf 448 :Railroad

IN MEMORIAMIn CARD. OF THANKSThe ave., Homestead, who died''March' John Cren.show a 2201'' 'NW'

loving memory of our,dearly sister and family- of the' L: 18 was held Tuesday, March 24 71st street died at' the, Paravilla
from the chapel. 'Mrs. Mary Lucy
beloved mother, late, Convalescent Home on March
,
.
ELLEN ALBURY EPPIE FRANCIS Hayfleld, is survived by a husband 26,, He is survived by three

*ho passed away March 25, 1940. who died Feb.. 10, *1959 wish to a sister, Mrs Annie Mode daughters, Mrs. Magnolia Barren,
What would we give. to see thank Father Elisha Clarke and Melton of Freehold, N.J. Mary Davis Carlee Crews, a son

mother,smile, members and choir of the Churchof kik John Crenshaw Jr. and other
To sit with mother an4, talk the Incarnation, also the pastor, : I Richardson . relatives.. Funeral services will
while; members and friends of the St. (Mrs Emma Hart: 1324 1W 2nd be conducted on April 2 at f'.p.m.

The blow was ,sudden, .the shock James AME Church and the }Many' court,I died in :,Jackson Hospital at Antioch Baptist Church,,, 'Rev.

severe. friends for their letters, telegramsand March 22. ltlrsart was funeral-1 I Richardson officiating. J '

To part with mother...,.whom we cards of 'condolence, also for zed[ from the chapel at 6:30: '
loved so dear; : gifts and floral pieces during the Tuesday evening and shipped to : Mrs, Clara Taylor of 1212 NW

We often sit and. think of you hour of grief , ; : Florence; S. ,C, March. 24 for : 68th terrace died at Jackson Memorial
The., things you used to say and Words':,cannot express''our burial. r' Hospital March 26 following *
do; : gratefulness to all of you. May an extended period of illness

We wonder why you had to die God bless each of:you forever. 4 ,>ti S t a ., Sinclair. Hill. 533 NW 13th st. She is survived by a son, Jesse
Without a chance to say goodbye. Mrs. Prudence Johnson -... & died in a taxi'cab on NW 14thst. Thompson and a brother, John
The Alubury Family And Family and 3rd ave. The body can Lane. Funeral services are income
REVA LAVA'11RANCIS ae viewed in the chapel all day plete.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Eugene Friday. The body' will be shippedto
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Francis wishes to thank the many West Palm Beach
friends for their kind and Former Times
loving memory of my dear loving memory of our dear thoughtful expressions of heartfelt .
William James 1135 NW l.s.tcourt.
husband and father, : Agent Dies
mother, sympathy to us during our died in the Jackson Hospital -
recent loss of our little angel, on March 23. Funeral arrangements -
Reva. Special thanks to Rev \Edward are tentatively set

T. Graham pastor of Mt Cor March 28 at 2 !tpm
Zion Baptist Church, and its
members for their spiritual uplift.Also .
Robert( Ford, 3766 Percival ave.
Dr. and Mrs. Win Chapman lied !in the Veteran's Hospital on

Jr., Francis Funeral, Home and March 24. The body was ,shipped
its T. C. McKaln. May
manager to Fitzgerald, Ga. for ,burial
God bless all of you.
Eugene' and Alice Francis
Mamma and Daddy Range . .

Garcelia Francis, sister James Williams of 16415 NW
1d4LP t. Tomezine Jackson 23rd court, died. in Jackson Hospital -
grandmotherMr. March 22 'Ho is survived

and Mrs Harold Francis I by t his widow, Mattle Bell Wil- ''

And Family liams!, and a number cf other,
\ Mr. and Mrs. Alton Reeves relatives. Chapel services will be

;V I Arid Family conducted on Saturday, :March 28
at 8 p.m. Burial will be held inI4ncoh

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who departed this life March 6; who departed..this life March 25: ,, a Lee Jordan, well known residentof for
Perrlnc and a former agent
1958 Gone, tout not forgotten. 1958.
Sunset and evening star, Gone, but not forgotten. r't the Miami Times, died on Tues-
"' at the end day in Jackson Memorial Hospital
q'And There's 'an'opelf.'f4te
And one j clear call for me fjf .. "
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: * Funeral services will be held on
there be mc-anlng of of the road
the may,bar, Through' which ,:each ,-'most gc Saturday, April 4 at 1 p.m.; :at
Morlnh Baptist Church, under -
When I tPUt out to sea. alone, ? Mt.
Miss Lafronia Higgs, Dght.f .- And there, in the tight"we cannot t.. the direction of the House of
the Rev. W C, Bd-
.. see .r. / Y Il, Albert, with
bur father 'clalms'ih.. I own.. car pastor, officiating *
Mrs.\ Carrie Lawrence: wife '4
CARD ,OF THANKSWe ,And, Family Mr Jordan will be remcmtoffed -
as the writer of the once popular -
wish to take this method to column, "T-Model and
thank the many friends and -. Ir Ford" "

neighbors for cards, telegrams, IN MEMORIAMIn

flowers, donations, and all the sad 'but loving memory of
kindness and sympathy shown us
FOR SALE
dear mother,
our
during the extended illness end -- ---.... ....... Sick but a short time, well
death of our loved one, of
James
William (Billy)
known
f Mrs. Luverne Martin Thompson -
.r 'Y 1135-A NW 1st court, died at of 2128 NW 68th St., died at Brand.INew Model

1'" .. Jackson Memorial Hospital on) her residence March 23. She wasa 3-bedroom hardwood
,
Monday, March 23 member of one of Miami's pioneer -
{wor.a. James was a likeable lad '-
families and had been a floor garage
among his friends and those who teacher in Dade County for the

had the pleasure of knowing him. past 16 years. At the time of her
He were a smile always and was passing the was employed at Be- 1845 N.W. '57th St.
E not known to, have any enemies hime Elementary School. She is

among his many associates. James survived by her husband, Peter, Open Sunday 3 to 5 p.m.
worked for a number of years Michael and Rodney,
two sons,
,, with Henry Stringer's Transfer her father and step mother, Mr.
Service and proved quite popu- end Mrs George Martin, 4 sisters -
V m lar among the agencies he served including Mrs Geneva Collie -
; .rVTi: V He was a member of a large pioneer Albertha Ruff, Maxine Mit- 1 Monthly Payment

Miamifamily, chell and Nella Mao Griffin, two

.1I I Funeral arrangements. In brothers, Derrell .and Willard New CBS three-bedroom

j ,. of Richardson Mortuary, Martin and other relatives. Fun-
.". 7 charge scheduled for eral services are being conducted home. Choice location.
( are tentatively
this morning at 10 a.m. at
... Monday afternoon at 2:30. Inter- $1,000 cash.Great.
( Memorial Park. Mt. Tabor Baptist Church with
'
'' ment in Lincoln
j
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; Purd Brown officiating .
Surviving are hve sisters, Mrs Rev.
::1 Deshay Mrs. Lucille Burial will be in Lincoln Cemetery Southern
Mozella ,
i. IM ',Lrill11 !ia I;.:, VV-.. .:_.-- ,-- Heard, Mrs. Grace Rand, Mri. Realtors .

,.. ,.. MORUEY Susie Manning, Miss Cara Leo
PEARL of
-. ... ;; GAHNETTA three brothers, Olden, Mrs. Rosa Lee Robinson
died March 11, 1967. James; NW 19th ave., died at Jack-
CHARLIE NEAL who on have left Sgt. Ruben, Paul Jack; a father, 6249 NE 3.2696
We would like to especially Mother, two years you Ellis; a wife, Ruthte: a son.Acknowledgement. son Memorial Hospital on March
Funeral us. 25. She U survived: by her husband -
thank the Richardson And it seems like yesterday.We Edd, a daughter, Mrs. Rosa
and Ebenez.erlUethodist -
Home the Rev. Hall listen for the sound of your Lee Robinson of Philadelphia, 2
So'.A.Tbcmas'
Rev.
: Church, the and tender voice end footsteps L. E. and Clarence Walker.
Baptist Soft Eons, Reduced to $14,600
Sinai
and Mt. appreciationthat
It Is with heartfelt Funeral services will be conducted -
Church, the John Griffin Post As it slowly dies tway. we, the family of the late on March 30 at 2 pjn. at 1368 N.W. 56th St.
No. 165 of the American Legion' Mother, thou wast mild and loveGentle' William Armstrong who passed Greater Israel Bethel Baptist

arid its auxiliary, the Idle Workers Hour, I ly away March 12, wish to express Church with Rev. P, D. Brantley Two homes for price of ,one
Union neigh
and .
Art Club, ILA breeze thank to friends
as the summer ; our officiating Burial !in Lincoln. I,
neighbors
,and our Immediate Pleasant as the air of evening bors for their kindness duringour Abo..

Again thanks one wife and alt : When it floats among the trees. bereavement. Thanks for your Ashtan E. Elliott of 1510 NW Two beautiful lots
: Birdie Neal, and donations.
And Family Yet, again, we hope to meet thee cards, telegrams the members of Mt. I 69th Terr., died in Ft. Pierce on Next to above addrea.Oar..aln .
Thanks to
When. the day of life is fled; their March 21. He is survived by his
Church for
Then In Heaven with Joy to Zion Baptist father Benjamin, 2 brother Price
.tby. Special
of
greet thee, kind words .ymp and Clarence, 3 sisters,
Audrey
\: .: For The Highest in Where no farewell fears areshed.Roosevelt thanks to Rev. Edward understanding T. Graham Violet ,Brown Amanda Fox and $3,750 Each

..onI for his sympathetic
Morley
Maria Elliot Chfflpel services will
COSMETICS Mrs. Alma'.5mIth.tel'' ,.and the Range Funeral Home be conducted on March 31 at 11 Chelsea Realty
L Call Yukon 3-5681 Airs. Virginia 'M. Newbojd, for services rendered We pray
a.m.
daughter God's blessing upon you all. RealtorPL
V;' : \ SANDS" Mrs. Lizzie I
Also Roosevelt Newbold grandson Armstrong.mother (Mrs. Jande B. Green a former 4468511.I
Mtamlan, but more 1"CC 1tly' of
Isabel Bacon, sister
Mrs.
Time NewspaperWEST Grandchildren relatives ,
Miami ':
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i\ Two young women and five areas of their specialization. Is training under Mrs. Doris! Samuel Wilson, auto mechanics, Daytona. Beach we have one
young men, students at the Florida Miss Isabelle Poole, business Hutcheson. is being directed by Mr. John young lady:
A and M University at Tallahassee major, is being directed by Miss Bullard. Mr. Wilson is a Dorsey Miss Willarcl Marshall, English
will spend the next eight Ruby L. Thomas Willie C. Jackson social stud graduate. major, is under the supervisionof
I { weeks at Northwestern where ies, is being directed ,by Mr. Osie Mrs. D. R Newton.
f' they will dbserve and practice the Miss Betty Shannon, library Doster. Wilfred AI Pinkston, music The Northwestern family wel-
I L science Is under the supervision Alexander Wake, math major, major is being, supervised b) comes these young people'to what
art of teaching under the guidance of Mr; Pauline Willis. Is Interning under Mr. Ellis Ad-, Mr Arthur Evans. will be an enjoyable' informational -
of directing teachers In the Chester Wallace, social studies, gerv.; From Belhune-Cookman In i stay.

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14 SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1959

Ruccmurm Award WinnersAs .

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a culmination of Negro I I Insltutet) for leadership In the '
Newspaper Week, the National I crusade to enlist Negro intellectuals PLaza 96689 Hours: 10-1
Newspaper Publishers' Association in the 'battle for Civil S'8
last week announced the 1959 Rights in Alabama.
a I THE YAEGER' CLINIC
Russwurm Award Winners. I SIDNEY POTTER (Hollywood)
Two basetoall players, an actor,
for deminstrating that race is no General Practice Obstetrics
entertainer educator, housewife, ;,I barrier to ability to perform ma- Naturopathlc MEDICINE Chiropractic
Judge, lawyer, Prime Ministerand jor characterizations In motion
Housing developer were cit- pictures. 1177 N.W. 62nd Street Miami, Florida

ed.These PRIME MINISTER SEKOU
annual awards
are nam- 1'
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ed for John 'Russwurm, first Ne- KURE (Guiana) for demonstrated -
gro to edit a nespaper In America courage in leading :his
This year marks the 132nd nation to freedom. ENROLL NOW IN
anniversary of the Negro press. MRS. OHAiRLES WHITE w th
The coveted plaque reads: (Houston) for the courage and r SUNLIGHT BEAUTY: SCHOOLFor -
"In
recognition of outstanding
ability to win a local school
achievement in making (possible board seat in spite of formidable Life
a Long Profession
,
a richer conception of democratic
opposition based! on color and
principles and In tribute for
upholding .
those highest traditions race.J. Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
considered as the ideals of the ERNEST WILKINS (Awarded -
r American Way of Life," 'Posthumously), for distinguish 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-3998 -
The honorees are chosen annually ed governmental' service and a JUDGE DAVID W. WILLIAMS
in a poll of NNPA mem- most effective role in the U. S. HONORABLE
MENTION
ber publishers representing the Civil Rights Commission Vote
majority of Negro owned news- probe in Alamalba. ELGIN BAYLOR' for positive\ I

papers in America. Frank L. JUDGE DAVID W. WILLIAMS stand face of against jeopardizing segregation a professional in the- NEED MONEY! .

Louisville Stanley Sr.Defender, publisher of the (Los Angeles) for giving com- career. I 1st and 2nd mortgage loans $1,000 pay $21.26 mo. \
and chair-
mendable leadership to correct- PERRY COMO for Payoff all bills
man of the Association's Public persistently, your 11,500 pay $31.38 mo.
Relations Committee announcedthe ing Negroes.local arrest abuses sufferedby recognizing talent Irrespective of Get additional cash 12,000 pay $42,5mo.. *
winners this week. race. Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments
The Russwurm winners and
FREE-24 hour inspectionNo
personal citations are:
ERNIE BANKS (Chicago) for JOHNSON AND SONS Cost to You .

his league unexcelled baseball record player.as a major ::1 *, SHOE SHOP Dade-Broward Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL

HARRY BELAFONTE (New FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe ANYTIME
York City) for reaching the .
Miami: FR 7-4812 Hollywood WA 3-7071
highest professional level :
as a Save Your Souls-While You Wait
singer and unselfish contributions ;
to .the Negro race. ,Shoes Shtaed' and Dyed
JUDY CAMPANELLA (St. AI. r
bans) for his exceptional cour- 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 9-9190 .,
age, fortitude and inspirational A Membership in NAACPIs
leadership in spite of physical

disability. a Small Price
JOSEPH E. EICHLER (Palto
Alto) for an uncompromising: sot TINS TVFor To
dedication to the cause of Civil Pay For Freedom S
Rights and human Justice in the
field of private housing. Reconditioned TV's From $19.95 Who else has done more for you? '
G.,. C. GOMILUON (Tuskegee For The Finest Service on All TV Makes & Models

Try us You'll Like us JOIN TODAY,!

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t.ii' Stops 'Selling;
Farran, life reader, adviser, r j
born with power Mme. Farran It nationally When (Someone (Stops Selling, (Someone Stops

known, highly recommended.Mme. Making; -

Farran, the wonder lady of Miami, When (Someone Stops Making, Someone Stops .
has returned to help you :wlth your per Working; *

tonal problems.Are When (Someone (Stops Working, Someone Stops

Earning; .
you unhappy Does bad luck teem When Someone Stops (Advertising, Someone Stops
to .follow you? Are you discouraged, tick Buying. .
or In distress? Mme Fa mm removes 'evil '

Influence. Reunites the separated. Turns failure Into succesv' FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN

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11 Take Buses 15 or 24 4500 N.W. 27th Ave.If .

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,, \',:'',-.i FASHION PARADE Dorsey High and

::' :;T' FEATURING TEN Northwestern *
/: :. .1. at
.Y', ,!.,, BEST DRESSED Alumni Meeting .

; '.'f WOMENThe
!All 1949 graduates and all
graduates of Dorsey and North.
Saints Ann's-Margaret western are to meet at the homeof
Chapter of the Episcopal Church Percell Snyder,'6401 NW 12th
: Women of the Incarnation Is Parkway, Monday, April 30 its, 8
._ sponsoring its 2nd annual Fashion
p,m. Please be on time and {bring
on Parade featuring Miami's JO someone with you.Refreshment. .
Best Dressed Women on Friday, ( will .be served..
April 10 at the James E. Scott Ebenezer Edwards, chairman

auditorium' 7200 NW 22nd ave. A. E. McNeal, advisor
b a at 830: p.m. Tickets are now on r
}q y sale by the chapter members.

Subscription, $1.00, adults. The Fashion ShowThe
children may purchase their tic-
kets at the door for 50 cents. Slimline S. S. Club will
present their show, "Figures and
The chapter has planned an Fashions" on unday, April 12 at
unusual program for your enjoyment the James E. Scott auditorium,
MW. 1? j i -. : 6 .' Please come out and make 7200 NW 22nd ave..at.. 4 p.m.

r y vj' '.y' a'M i: :. this .affair a success. This fashion show and figure
: yf' For any information please "contact demonstration will feature latest

the chapter chairman, Mrs. styles and new figures obtainedby
Elisha S. Clarke 1736 NW 56th follAowing the Easy Method:
street or OX 1-7056. Reducing Plan.

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Have your picture made in your Easter Outfit at . '.
BEFORE AND AFTER
.r '* . . 11.-. . . . Miss Doris Foulkes has been
named "Miss Happiness" becauseof Johnson of Miami

Good Morning uirs.Newa the progress she has made in
remodeling a completely new fig-
ure by taking a course in Easy 3 Colored Pictures $2.50
From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court Method Reducing. .

JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, PresidingBy Miss Happiness will be featured (key ring telescopes) '
attraction of the fashion show
Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer

. L being"Figures presented and Fashions"by the which SlimlineS is 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7-2294

S. Club Sunday April 12 at
on !
The usual total of 80
cases was
the James E. Scott auditorium
listed for trial In' 'Municipal Court DAR OF 7200 NW 22nd ave. at 4 p.m. , ,
March 16. And the usual over-
I The public is cordially> invitedto
capacity crowd of spectators was
see this amazing' now type of
present long before the first case demonstration and its miraculous PIANO
was called ,by the bailiff. results. SICKpSEE
Scmewhat disturbing was the
ri\\
case of James Jones, 34, of 3696 citing and useful new productsand WM. PINDER, Sr. |
Williams Ave. Jones
was charged
industries that Government
with assault and battery on Mrs. alon'e cannot start. It can only FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A .
,Jessie Mae Nelson, of 3698 Wil-
provide the incentive for business -
AND ORGAN SERVICES N
liams ave. Jones was also charged The community physician is to improve itself. As Har ,
"
with disorderly ,conduct by the mostimportant man in can- ,
vard's Slither says: "You can't
creating a disturbance and with cer control, according to Dr W. expand without demand for the '1935 N.W. 153rd St. SERVICE I
resisting arrest by a Miami Police Kenneth Clark, vice (president of product We need less sales talk,
Officer. The series of inci- the American Cancer Society In less hot air and ,better quality MU 8-3770
dents occurred about 7:20 Satur- his view: "If the community (physician and more originality.' "
day evening near the home is not cancer-conscious,
where Jones lives. the specialist may come into the A curious Senator asked all
Officers James Stubbs and picture too late." The Society federal agencies to send him cop- .
Eugene Butler were the arresting estimates that of 255,000 cancer ies of their current books and
officers Officer Butler told the deaths in this country, albout 75- other literature. He received 83- M
court that he was called to the 000 could be prevented by earlier 000 works. Subjects Included How ,
scene to quell a disturbance. Up- detection and treatment. to Trap Cats, Recipes Fot Fry- '
on arrival, Officer Butler said Ing Muskats in Wine, and The ) ;g

Mrs. Nelson told him that Jones Writing in the New York TimesJ. Status of North American Fleas. 1
had knocked her almost down and H Carmical says that the
that she had recently given birth pressure of Soviet oil exports on Oregon Voter observes,: "In the I
to a baby. Officer Butler said he the markets of the free world is business world. an executive
placed Jones under arrest and ordered steadly increasing. The flow approaches knows something about everything I
him to the police car, !but 200,000 barrels a day, a technician knows everything '
Jones resisted. He then called for and it has become the Russian's about something and the
help. Jones also resisted Officer main economic weapon In many switchboard operator knows
"
Stubbs when he came upon the cases. Moreover, he addes that everything. I

scene.the police Jones precinct.In was finally. taken to I drive the on-prospects free world are oil that markets the .'II"-..."........."..,..,,....,..I.t... .'."........,.) .n..... .(...Mn.l...-.A r.... ,'....t.... $ -r-----

his defense Jones declared I has only started. out that there are five costs
that he is a taxpayer and in effect which make up the selling priceof sin N.W. mil AVENUS'MIAMI,FLORIDA nMfi. OX Mill, OX MI4I0nr

is any product, made anywherein
cers' salaries.actually Jones paying the offI- How much will it cost to send the world, under any system at M4 Atk.U....*.,0..." Otrar Rant, Ut n..4. EmttlMtr..Tv.tr.l BtrMtofALONZA .
implied that
Into outer ? U. S. News
since men space any time. These are: The cost of
he Is I
a taxpayer he should
and World Report places the I
goods and services bought from
receive special !privileges and not
price of a round trip ticket to the
others the cost of to
be ; payment
arrested
for
violating the law. moon at $60 million, or $100 a i
Judge advised government (taxes); the cost of ,
promptly Jones
mile By way of comparison, flying -
tools
out
wearing (depreciation)
that ;
everybody pays taxes of around the world by airliner FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME
the cost of human energy)" (payrolls -
some kind
and -That taxes
paying
costs 7c mile at tourist rates.
a and benefits) the cost of .notnleal mON
does not Immune him from ; Sympathetic and Es
ar- i
using tools (profit.)
rest. The Judge then found Jones From Time: "Booms In hi-fi, Alone Prune, Director and EmbAlmer

guilty and fined him a total of boating, photography travel, frozen Dr. J. M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Bocis Evan!:
I,
$150 or 60 days on the three and gourmet foods, all come Support Your Duslnsss Associates
charges combined. from relatively things that
new
Among other cases heard and tempted consumers to part with YMCA Membership., Mr*. Elizabeth Espf Johnson, Dullness Manager

disposed of-were the following: their cash.' This Is the real roadto Drive Spacious Modem Chapel and Slumber Room
Elijah Staten, charged with growth the innovation of ex-
Miami Florida
assault and battery with a broom -. --- - - - - -- -- - -.- .--.-.........---.. .....................- 236 N.W. 7th Street ,
.en Mrs. Maxine-Staten, fined $75 aRaRRa r FR 9.5381 Phone PL 42857NOT
or 30 days.
I AFFILIATED WITH FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME
Robert Lee Parrish, charged WORLD FAMOUSWMBM

with petty larcency, fined $10 or .
10 days.
, ,
Essie 1' '
Mae Allen, charged with
,assault and battery with teeth on "SERVICES"have
Ralph Scanes and disorderly
lent distinction to
conduct our name
by using profanity fined
$50 Our most carefully guarded .NU are the rsspsct and eonfl
or 20 days on the two .
charges. TOPS IN LISTENING dente of the psopls, of Mis ml.

Casey MoCullough, charged They have bssn fostsrsd 'by helpful understanding' and praotlesl ..

with vagrancy fined $35 or 14 .
o THE KING COLEMAN SHOW 'Intsllkjsncs
days.Willie By skill, and knowl.d. of rsqulrsmsnts.
Haynes *v ged;, with o THE GOSPEL BUND BOY SHOW By quiet sfflcltney' and good Usts.
disorderly conduct by creating a
disturbance, assault and battery THE BUTfERBALL SHOW By fscllKlts of classic dignity and homs.llks stmos

with. hands and assault with a phsrs.
bottle on Mrs. Yvonne Gaitor. ,. LOCAL NEWS WITH EW01T J. PIEZE By rssoluts principles' and human sympathy.

Fined $100 or 40 days on the Th..., through the "Ssrvlesshsvs 'Isnt distinction' to our name
IRA McCALL
three charges REV.

MANKER FUNERAL HOME

800 ON YOUR RADIO
"RHOMANIA"is I 6701 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-91S1-PL7.7038

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: scholarship fund. I
i Band ConcertHere
Our theme this year'Is "Spring.'
is another treat, for your : time Around The World'!,If.you:
entertainment 'and edification: '.,
enjoy beauty, siing, talent.doo't'
Northwestern Band in concert in miss this! .. :
the park next week Wednesday We wIll- see you at Rhomania! !:
night at 8 pan. April. '1. Where? .j' "
In our own auditorium. For what? Of; "') .
: : ., : : _h-.j : To send out band to represent us :; :
Spiritual Help : .
in the Stir district: band clinic. .: ;,
Help :Us bring the bacon,home.
.
Sure success and blessings st.Ann's
: Tickets maybe' purchased from'
Church asks are worried -
you
any member of the band or majorette -
over money matters, strange
Only 50 cents. Make
unnatural evil influence Are you
: your contribution now I sick? Do you fail in your under
taking? Don't allow these conditions
Rhomania TimeIs to continue where there is
rest for your troubled mind and
Here! soul. Get quick hek] today-first
I one hundred people who write'
I.
t % (Everyone who has the interest
cf finer entertainment at heart is and send cash money. No money .
oomtnj. to Rhomani'a on Friday order Just.,send $12.50 cash We
April 3 at, B. T, Washington High will 'send you 2 blessed Prayers l:
School ', '- and a quick Cuba number.
r f '
The cUrtail goes up at 8 p.m. Get help for Easter. Help in-24
and from that 'moment on, we hours. Write today.., St. Ann's

The above Is a picture of women -. w., promise superb entertainment. Spiritual Church, Inc., 3922 Pros
who attended the Day of ---E':; ; i Rhomania is the annual projectOf pect Ave., Suite 105, Cleveland,
Recollection at Holy Redeemer MAMI TII'dES-UThe Peoples' Newspaper' Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority. Ohio. Blessing! Blessing! Send an
(
The proceeds frcm this production air mail special delivery stamp.
Catholic Father Church.James Walsh, Retreat. PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MARCH' 28, 1959 j I will benefit. the sorority's Seek and you: shall find.

master, spoke to over 150 Catholic 7rrnv. '.:e.-., 4.-.w I r.:.:.....o..v,.............................................................1.........................o.w Fq o.
V V V V V V V V V .A .A H I 1 1. V Hr
and non-Caltyolic women who ....... !?o!? !7n7 !7 X Xoooo!? & &
attended the first annual Day of r1

gave was Broward I. y i; Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From t

the audience a wealth of Infor- 4. ew t
,
County
affair tion. Women were spiritually who attended uplifted this News In VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645 ,-

and inspired. q It
Women of the St. Augustine'sand T -n
t tEx
Richmond Heights parishes ByWalter i.16 t r I

were special guests; Many thanks 1t i '
to church women throughout the Bow \ :

affair county an for overwhelming helping to make success.this --....- -- -. ----.----------. . %; ________________________________________ ltd

The affair was sponsored by The Broward County Beautic lt 3q/ q ,,,. . f 1 e
4 the Women's Union of the ians' Unit No. 36 will have an d 41t S
Church, Miss Irma Bodie, presi- Alter-Easter Fashionette Tea on ,
dent; Mrs.. Ethel Doyle, chairman; Sunday, April 5 at the Faithful ; pT gBp I y y 1 \b
Mesdames Naomi Butler .and Few Temiple in Carver Ranches.All ;
/Ruth K. Jones, co-chairmen; FT mothers ,interested in their I 811-811I
Joseph: DeVaney and Fr. Thomas children taking a part will please t
Goggins are the priests in charge. call Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe, ., ---Ia t
1
Wil-
YU 3-92S9 or Mrs. Fannie ,
...........-............................... liams, WA 9168. r i' 'n'
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JUST BROWSIN' giltsi
I
Easter Sunrise Services will be i !
By' PAUL R. HENRY held at Ebenezer Baptist Church, i '

N.NN................................WN Hallandale, Sunday morning, 5:00: -
Gov. LeRoy Collins and Atty. o'clock. The public i lIS cordially .n i; :it4Ji: ",,,.
General Richard' Ervin favor' the invited. Rev: O. W. Foster pastor n _______________ ; t i

constitutional' amendment which I f
would 'let Florida In on Federal .
funds for the purpose of rebuild- You are cordially invited to 'Ij:
) slums. attend Easter Sunrise Service at I>
When the Legislature convenes the New Macedonia Baptist
next month the governor will ask Church, 2001 SW 48th st., Car- WHY PA Y RENT 1. .
that such amendment be Included
an : ver Ranches at 5 a.m. Also Sun-
in the constitutional day School'' at, 0:45: a.m., morning
revision plan. This plan 'would worship at 11 and Easter Exer- ,
have to be submitted to the(peoplein cise at 6 p.m. Rev. N H. Phillips, 20 New 3-Bedroom CBS Homes 1
a special 'election'within 90 pastor; Mrs. A. O, Henderson
days of the legislative session, or
be voted on at the general elec- secretary See Finished Models at 1410 1420 N.E. 152nd Street n nIn
tions in November' 1060.

Good School Carver will Ranches dedicate:Elementary its. new lovely ,North Miami Beach area. Close to the large,163rd St. 'shop i

throughout Friday"services the day at several were held of building in April. Watch\ the Mi-' ping cepter. City water. NO closing costs, only 1 payment each month. i
our churches. Some of them, the ami Times for the date. All front lawn grassed. You can pick your style, color, lot to build. i
usual three hours meditation. Any deposit will start your home. Move right into models. YES!11!,
;Yours Truly wishes' you a very "* ONLY! -*. ;
Happy Easter '

Only '$1,500 Cash .-............._........._............... ONLY $495 DOWN

2-bedroom CBS fully furnished Are You Successful?
Ih money matters, love, games
including 'washing business or marriage? Do you Opa Locka Beauties DOWN
machine. See this today. need money? See what .you: $695
.*'A, handwriting reveals.., Grapho- $795 DOWN.
if lot with closed
Analysis, Secrets. Large corner gar-
Great Southern'Realtors Send 2 dimes' -writer: 3-bedroom, new CBS homes with age. Nice 2-bedroom home. Close t

DOC. O. GIBSON built-in oven and range. Has separate to bus, shopping, schools: Only one

903 West 8th Street b living room, dining area. All mortgage to pay. City water. See tU
NE 3-2696 Cincinnati 3, Ohio modern kitchen and bath. One 1300 M2S III mortgage. No closing coats
I -..........................-...-...... show.2
4 :. t
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Liberty City Custom Built $995 DOWN'

I I 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood '
f' TV SICK ? partly furnished with
N floors, city water, closed garage, 2-bedropm, be-rental,
extra Jcitchenette. Can -
large front porch. No closing cost.
'j Move right in. Nice area. For come. City water, on.'large, deep :J
. I ||rThen: dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. i ticular buyer. par- lot. Ono mortgage Priced low;, $75
month pays all. Six percent interlt
SAME DAY SERVICE est. Only $8,995 total price. Close

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Liberty' City Brown Sub to buses. Nice area. See us. Hurry!

I Only $995 Down
i r
; Picture Tube Spmcim Small deposit will start you off on Duplex',

1,1, a new 3-bedroom CBS home with tJ ;
17-inch-$22.95 21.lDeh--$29.9S shower doors Venetian blinds nice See 1402 NW 56th St. Upstairs and n ;:

area, no closing costs. Show 'mod downstairs. Large lot, fully furnish. 1 :

'0 els. Pick. your lot and colon Own ed. Clean, sturdy, good buy. II rj ItIf 1

SERVICE CALLS--Day or Night ... $2.50 your own home. Why pay rent? Only $1,495. Down

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