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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: April 4, 1959
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A1Swim for .life" :, Program: ? --rF-;



\iA mammoth "Swim For Your Liberty. City and Brownsville expected pools, have been very cooperative -I But these facilities are far shortof
'Life" program has 'been Instituted 'to'*,travel > these many miles in the past In teaching pools needed to put over an
in Dade County in a campaign and crowd into Dixie Park? swimming during the summer In adequate' swimming program for
io teach oil youngsters in the Neiro Miami's two private ,YM and YWCA,sponsored classes. Negro youngsters. ;Il Ilf Ilw
area to swim. .
iBtit a lot of question marks *
are popping /nip before the eyes
of Dade County's. 110,000 Negroes.In .
announcing swim clinics Racists : March Richmond
soon to begin in 10 high schools, on
North Dade High and Mays were
listed along with ,eight White -
schools. But there Isn't: a swimming : RICHMOND, Va. Virginia to interpose its power to nullify' ulation, was orderly. It thronged ..
pool open to Negroes with segregationists, 5,000 strong, Federal Court rullnjs which result the capitcl grounds as the Legislature ''- 1
in 15 miles of either school. Tally Brown who played In the
marched on the State CapitolTuesday in mixing of the races In met in special session to
Where will they learn-in rock Broadway play, "PaJama pame"Is
pits? demanding that Gov. J. classrooms. The plan of so-called take up a new antHntegratlon director of the QED show being -
There 13 Undsay Almond Jr. and the Legislature has been talked about in Virginiaas program believed based on local staged by the Fine Arts Conservatory
are municipal operated '
adopt an unyielding been talked about in Virginia' op on. at the Carver YMCA
swimming in Miami
pools ,
,stand'aga1.ns\ further school ,integration. .. for several years. tonight and Saturday. alsoa
: Tally.
but only the Dixie Park pool at , Almond himself ignored the
,
!NW 4th ave. and 13th st is "t The crowd, drawn mostly frcm demonstrators. lie invited the renowned blues singer, is.also
: available to Negroes. Are resi- The marchers urged that Vlr-' rural southern Virginia: which leaders to meet with him in his cal featured in the spectacular vrousi-
and
dramatic
dents of South Dade, Opa ,Locka, ginda, as, a: sovereign: \state, attempt has the state's, largest Negro pop office, but they declined. story on page 2)). recital; '* (see-




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TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS .r

..r ar ., The times ara changed and we are changed with them ,. .,,;; ,,,,,, ,

36TH YEAR, 'NO.: 31 MAMI FLORIDA, SATURDAY APRIL 4, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 18 PAGES


I ACE DELEGATES OFF TO: ''ST. LOUIS -

Jacksonville Closes Golf '




car Course to Present MixingJACKSONVILLE

y
n 't P VfN1 One of the should be closed for the "wel 1 ing for the Negroes was Attorney
s largest cities In Florida .;roved fare and safety of both races." Ernest Jackson, who was ,counsel JI,
Its smallness Thursday when the The commission also voted to for the four who brought f
Jacksonville City Commission take the matter under study to.. original!' action in the case last
ordered Its two golf courses closed determine whether to sell or summer. '
before a Federal Court mandate ]lease the courses. ,Golf courses in Miami, and
to Integrate them takes effect Some 33 spectators were on Atlanta have town Integrated for
Tuesday hand for the open meeting: both more than year with no apparent
I races equally represented. Speak- incidents.
.
;... able! Parks Commissioner Dallas L.
Thomas recommended the shut -

down action, >: because, "If we Integrate
these courses there will

be trouble , there will be.

bloodshed" j I

In a special session, city com
missioners voted unanimously to
1 follow Thomas' suggestion and _
,, close the courses, after "the close
-- -'-'--- ---
of business" Monday.The .
Shown above are the official munity; ((2)) The beginnings of
delegates to the International education and, (3)) Balanced Educational action followed an order t r
Convention of the Association for '' Programs for Children. by U.S. District Judge Bryan
Childhood Education which it Delegates are Moseley Dole, Simpson, who granted a requestby
meeting this week in St. Louis. president of the loc branch. Mr. four Negro golfers to perma-
The grou left by plane at mid- Dotes is presently curriculum assistant nently enjoin the city from limit-
night on March 26 and will be at Douglas Elementary ing members of their race to the
returning Sunday morning, April School, Mrs Charlotte F. Clark use of the links xmly' twice a '
S. The Organization is'one that principal. Mrs. Marian, McTntosh week. 'c : .
works for tb c improvement of the Dean member of the faculty of ,
various areas of education con- Dunche Park Elementary School, Thomas said the Hyde Park ;
cerning children Pre-school has been a member of the State and Brentwood Golf Courses

kindergarten and Elementary.Two Leadership Conference. She Is I _ _ ?
branch forums were sched- also well known for her work in \ '
uled for Tuesday and Thursday. the local Zet Phi Beta Sorority.Mrs. .
ALTHEA GIBSONON
Study discussion groups In research Dean represents the North,
; creativity and skills were Dade Area of the local branch.
also 'scheduled for three days. Representing the Central Area is 'PERSON TO
Each discussion group was divided Mrs. Beulah. Savage Chester of
into seven specific areas. the Douglas Elementary School. PERSON' TONIGHT
The tentative ACE clan of action Mrs. Chester is active in the local'''

fcr children for the blennLum teachers association. Mrs. Helena Althea Gibson, willowy Florida -
1959-61 is focused upon three Thompson Holton of the, Carver A and M graduate who wenton
areas related to the Association's Elementary School, Mrs. Frances to win! two world's tennis
for children. These Tucker, principal ,represent the
concern are:; titles at Wimbledon, will be visited -
((1) Pressures in School and Com South Dade area of the branch.
tonight; by Ed Murrow on his
"Person to Person" show at 10.30:
on channel +A.



I Strangler Charged NEW TAX DUE ON __ _


BEER, WHISKEY LOVELY MANHATTAN MODEL Sara Lou Harris

with Murder The 1959 accepts one of the Attractive boutique gifts donated by
TAMJAIHASSEE
Legislature appears -ready to levy Schenlcy-I. W. Harper Distillers Co, at the fifth annual
social dance for the benefit of New York's
Bronxdale
,Fred Douglas Kendall, 26, has crashed it 30 feet Into the Community another tax on beer and whiskey.
been indicted for first degree I(I Drug Store, 6750 NW 15th Nursery School. Making the presentation Is Frankie Dee,
murder by the Dade County ave. doing $10OOO.worth of dam- The legislators are expected to well known sales representative of the distilling firm;who
the sales tax beer and
Grand Jury in the strangling of put whiskey across the on board. presented similar prizes to Mrs. Josephine Cox and Mrs.

his estranged wife last October. age.The seemingly mild-mannered Addle Johnson, both of :Manhattan. Each of the plaid picnic
Kendall who lived at 1611 NW As It is now, sales tax Is paidon
youth's story of wanting to kin and bar kits, contains a variety of picnic accessories
65th st, is accused of killing his! beer and whiskey consumed at
himself after a reconcilliation and a fifth of Schenlcy Reserve whiskey. Miss Harris served -
26 with her dress- a bar or restaurant. Beverages
wife Ing ,gown Doretha sash in,, her apartment with his wife failed did not seen consumed off premises do not as commentator at the fashion chow held In conjunc

In the rear of 6801 NW 15th ave. to impress the grand jury too'much. come under the three per cent tion with the benefit dance at the Skyline Room of the {

He then Jumped Into (t114 car QQd sales levy. Theresa Hotel. ?- : ;.




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and the public Is cordially invit-
Geths mane Queen : District PTA to Engaged to be Wed K. of P. Anniversary ed.
Sir Walter L Bell
I Trctman ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Thanksgiving
w I Meet April 11 of 1740 NW 5th ave. have announced Chancellor Comm
4i the engagement of their Gleam of Hope. Lodge No. 18, Sir Murray James, Jr.,
; The 10th District Parents and daihter, Miiss Marva Trotman to Kntihts of Pythias, will be the Keeper of Records- and Seals
< Teachers Association, "Broward, I SFC Leroy Worthy of ''this city. host organization during the A4ASTHMATICS
e Dade and Monroe counties, Mrs.. SFT Worthy is the son oCt Mr. K. of P. Anniversary Thanks- I
Dorothy L. Sanford, president, I'and Mrs. Lee Worthy, 1000 NW giving service to be held Sunday
will convene at the Frank C. 63rd st. He is a graduate of BTW afternoon) Airil 5, at 1:30.: Mar- Want simple, effective relief
Martin Elementary School 14250 High School :and attended St. tin Memorial AME Church will from choking, racking bran
Boggs Drive, Richmond Heights, Joseph's College, Philadelphia. be the scene of activities elilal asthma", spasm? Get genuIne .
Saturday, April '11. Registration Sgt. Worthy has served six yearsin Special invited guests will include Hreatheaay see what you
will begin promptly a-t 8:30.: the Armed Forces., : Rcyal Palm Lode, No. 84, have been missing.. There's no
Theme of the meeting, "Com Miss Trotman is a graduate of Rose of Sharon Lodge No. 22, substitute for original Breath-
munity, Home, and School Resources BTW High School and a graduateof Orange Lodge No. 16, CommunityCourt easy Inhalant and nebulizing set
to Aid The Troublel Bethune-G:okman College. She No. 84 and Rcse of Sharon Got comfort by breathing. Guarantee
Child" Each unit is asked to is a member of the faculty at Court No. 23Refreshments. |l.
send at least two delegates. RR. Moton Elementary School. will be served .1 & .1 DRUG DEPT. STORE

Luncheon reservations must be She is also a member of Alpha --- -------- ........_'oII'I..o;., r'-fllfI"7.___ ..
Kappa' Alpha Sorority. """"" Jl. ..1rrs:: : 'fIIU.1II
made not later than Monday, !r"A.: r'2 ? 'I' : U
April 5 by calling or writing the I. The wedding will take place In
sch'col.' $1.25 per plate. June. For FREE Pick-up and
The president ,has outlined a x Delivery Service on
very informative program, so Dorsey High and i :'' Prescriptions
: won't you honor her by your
[presence at this meeting? Northwestern '
SERVICE
I Anthony L. Simons, I Alumni MeetingAll ,
Members MRS. JANETTE of Gethsemane BROWN Court Publicity chairman I 1949 graduates and all z r DRUG STORE

No 338 in general, and the Winning I graduates of Dorsey and North- "Prescription Compounding
queen in particular, are hap- I thanks from the winning queencf western are to meet at the homeof '. SpeerlIltl"
py to take this medium to thank 1959, Mrs. Janette Bnywn. Helena Thomas, 1034 NW 60th( 1 ,
all kinds friends who helped; to Heroine Serena Green in Mst: street, Sunday, April 5 at 8 4 ,Sundries Gifts
make the coronation affair a success Ancient Matron of the Court, p.m. Please be on time and bring Patent Medicines
Efforts of all concerned were and Heroine Addle B. Pierce Is someone with ycu.Refreshments V
will be served. Greeting Cards
appreciate, and many, many the Court's secretary. -
Zbenezer Edwards, chairman
L ___, 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.

SIDNEY T. COX Phone FRanklin 3-2932

Integrated Fine Arts School Registered Pharmacist

I I -. W :)"'4";' :-_ ;.',;1''1..: . . tIo"


Presents Show at Carver YMCAOn MANAGING AND MAINTAININGMORE


58th. street, northwest, a kets can be purchasel at the Y or making "The Cradle Will Rock" THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS ,

non-profit music, dance and art at the oifioe of the Miami Times, several years ago. IN DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES
school that has been integratel 1112 NW 3rd ave., FR 3-2236. The cast includes Boris Prit- ;
since its Inception in 1953. So cher, Dr. Philip Stern, Rebecca
successful is Integration regarded The show is directed by Tally Johnson, Franklin Ross and Tally The Largest Organization of Jf
with' trepidation by some Brown, last seen in Miami at the Brown. Also students of Jose
-in this school that the com- Dade County Auditorium in "Pa- Mar 'Call' Maria Zingraff and Don its Kind in The South Serving
munity is unaware for the most Jama Game" and remembered in Strachan Jazz Combo under the
part it exists at all. It has never the community for the history- direction of Charles Austin. Colored People"For

been a source of tension to the _. - - --- -.
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L. L. BROOKS
school's director, Mrs. Ruth: I. Fast, Efficient Service" Call
Greenfield, or to any of Us faculty THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" PRESIDENT
members .or students. We I.
doubt that attention would be PAGE 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1959

called to it today, were it not for --- --. .-.-------.--.-- -. ......-.---- - .. --
the fact that the school's founders -
feel that a demonstration of Figures and Fashion be presented by Baldwin Hap- CY INC.
the relaxed atmosphere of an Integrated burn, tenor; Mrs. Annie E. Rus- ,
school might be InfIn- sell, soprano; and Mrs. Thelma
itely reassuring to parents of both Show April 12 McDonald who will be at the pi- .
races who are rightfully concerned -
with the welfare of their child- Have. you seen any ,before and ano.Dr. 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Yiaeger
C. E. : will speak to
after samples? Well look
Just
ren in the approaching public 1860 N.W. 73rd ST. PL 8.9827
us on "The Importance of Weight
around; they're all about .
sohocl move toward integration. you.It's 3461 GRAND
Control"Tickets AVE.
i HI 4.2447
the Slimline S. S. Club. Theyare
really the talk of the town are now on sale at the 4240 N.W. 27 AVE. NE 53466
This: then, is the reason for ,
the school's first public perfor- or haven't you heard? While they Fashionetta Beauty Salon. You 7102 N.W 14TH AVE. PL 10327
mance since 1954, and "Figures and' Fashions" member of the Slimline S. S. 17325 Homestead Ave.
one involving its student body.In < they
I continue to slim down by Easy Club, phone OX 1-9710 or NA Perrlne .. CE 5.3553
the spring of 1954 the FAC Method Reducing under the direction NA 10470. 1022 N.W. 6TH ST.
produced. its brilliant salon series of Mrs. Evelyn Tynes. I Ft. Laudecdale JA 2.3474
a diversified group of concerts 339 HAMMONDVILLERD.
still remembered with affectionby If you are Interested in reduc- For The Highest in I ., Pompano .0 WE 3.3235
ills subscription audience. On ing or weight control, you can't 14460 N.W. 22ND AVE.
the present occasion the school afford to miss this amazing dem- COSMETICSCall Opa Locka MU 8.0617
will sponsor a Joint faculty and onstration, which will give you 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. FR 4.6331
student recital, demonstrating the courage' and inspiration nec- YUkon 3-5681 1019 N.W. 6th STREET
various aspects of its impressiveaims I essary in attaining or. regaining I "SANDS" Ft. Lauderdale JA 2.3414
and accomplishments. The 'the youthful figure you desire. If Also MAIN OFFICE
program called QED, will offer its fashions In which you are interested Miami Times Newspaper 1163 'N.W. 3rd AVE.
students in a unique display of you will see many on I FR 3.8416
solfeggio (.one of the alvanced Sunday, April 12 at the James E. I WKST HOLLYWOOD, FLA.
techniques for music, students) I Scott auditorium, 7200 NW 22nd I _
,and various dance forms that are ave. at 4 p.m. I

part of the curriculum. Faculty Music for the. fashion show will LOOK MOMMY AND
DADDY
members and guests will be seen .. .
in excerpts! from the fabulous I
Now we can buy that
"Three-penny Opera, a four i
year old smash hit in New York 2 For 1 I
never before seen "live" in this
195
and other "
area, equally exciting TWO 3-BEDROOM houses
lyric theatre works, and chamber on ,
music, ranging from Beethoven to one lot. Partly furnished Only ,
jazz. It is a unique program in its $1,500 cash. One mortgage. Full ,
personnel, content and purpose, price $12,600.Great.
and should afford excitement of I ...
the most rewarding kind to the Southern
community. It will be presentedon RealtorsNE ,
three successive nights, April .tJ
2, 3, and' 4 at the.Carver Theatre 3-2696 .
workshop. Reservations can be ..
made by calling OX 6-0231. Tic OIl FROM '.


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BANNISTER AND THE MIAMI TIM People Newspaper1'


SMITH HEADCOMMITTEE SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1959 PAGE 3

TO lefstalkabontjazz


COMPLETE YMCA JACK (Ita) I IVORY, II ORIOLES IN less something happens betweennow
WING .j and then to disturb his I
CLOSING'GAMES I '
.. --------- pitching rotation."Imitation
For those who Pissed my column -
I AT STADIUM
last week, I suggest that you .. of Life"
.
run no walk, (running is a . ,
.. This seems to be a National
drays) down to our office on NW r -I IMash.a1ia V
Visitor's Week In Miami Held Over
3rd ave you might still be able League .
there.
to Jackson was Stadium as the Baltimore Orioles
In get the a copy.world of jazz, Louis "Sweet Little Jesus Boy" was tackle all Senior Circuit teams In The public has enthusiastically
Armstrong is a living symbol of only one .of the number's she did their closing days at South Fla. responded to one of the (greatest
this music. Since he has been associated so well. Try her album of the The Pittsburgh Pirates playedthe pictures of all time, starring Lana
with the word, jazz, he songs !she did there "Newport Orioles on Wednesday night, Turner, Mahalia Jackson, Juanita
has made the public conscious of 1958, Mahalia Jackson. I'm sure Thrsday and Friday nights, the Moore, now showing at the Cap-
It's qualifications. His playing has Mrs. Beatrice Conley will get this Philadelphia Phillies are In for itol Theatre. Due to the public
influenced such artists as May- one what say mom, OK? two 'Barnes and the big, clamactic reception, this picture will be
nard Ferguson, Art Farmer, Dizzy While far those who like to Just weekend will find the Orioles held over at the Capitol
Gilles:4e, just to name a few. sit back and "unwind", George clashing with the St. Louis Car-
Which prompts me to ask; is his Shearing's "Latin Lace" Is dinals en Saturday night at 8 p.m.
uncanny ability to liquefy even breathlessly recommended; also and Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. FOR SALE
the stoniest listener an entertainer's for y o 01 inveterate balcony
trick of martine and The Pirates and Orioles playedone
an advantageous use loungers, sippers
his symbolic place in jazz, cr. art? evening dreamers. Give a listen of the best games of the Brand 'INew Model ,
Rather it's one of these or all OK? It's on Captltal. spring season last Sunday at
three, the jobs he does on his Miami Stadium with the Birds 3-bedroom hardwood 4
trumpet with his inimitable Norm: YCU can pick up your ,squeezing. through 6.&: Harvey ,
style, asserverate why his play- records at Variety Record Shop, Haddix, former Cardinal, twirl floors
garage
in.; has Influenced many of our 6400 NW 15th ave. or listen: for ed for the Pirates and at times
contemporary jazz artists. Mean- them on WFEC. showed some of the stuff that
.. while, has caused many of us to Book This Week: The Right of made him a star with the St. 1845 N.W.. 57th St.
THOMAS BANNISTERTwo appreciate jazz more. The People" by William D. Douglas Louis team. Manager Danny Mur-
When remember haw taugh of the Pirates says he 3 5
we our Open Sunday to p.m.
civic minded citizens
,
hopes to pitch Bob Friend, Ron-
appreciation for music first came
Thomas "Slim" Bannister, ownerof 'The better part of every man's nie Kline against the Birds un
about, it brings to mind that
Ocnvenient Grocery Store and education is that which he gives
special artist, whom we liked so himself." James Russeell Lowell.
Harry A. Smith, owner of Varsity
well, that played piano, trumpet,
Barber Shop are organizing ant We are Interested In your ques-
heading a special committee. This or maybe just sang. Well, jazz tions and comments, drop us a .
committee was organized for the today is the same thing, only nowthat line at the Miami Times, 1112
JAMES
purpose of raising funds for the I artists has "gone modern", NW 3rd ave., Miami, Fla.
completion of the youth department and Is expressing himself more See you next week Bye.Don't ,
vividly. This type of expressionis
wing at the George Wash. .
5 & lOc STORE
called improvisation. I,
I person-
"_ ington Carver Branch YMCA.I Miss ProgramAt
ally, expect the greatest jazz will
always be improvised. It is expectations 'Y' Tonite 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3.9481
such as this that jazz
dUsts live up to. For the audience and SaturdayPupils
improvlsion is the highlight. of a
performance don't you agree? of the Conservatory taking Spring CleaningSpray
Listen to Miles Davis, and that's part In the program are Wil-

easy listening he Is, by far, an liam Brown, Charles Greenfield, gum, e a. ............ 38* Plastic scarf, ea ............ 10*
Improvisor par excellence. His Sonia Bethel, Julia Parks, Mary
latest? 'TVIiles Ahead" (Colum- Styles, Joycelyn Gray, Gula Black Flag spray .,........... 43* Plastic drapes, pr ...,.... 87*
bia). Brown, Irving Strachan, Zissy
.Because of the brilliant euphony Posin, Ddbby Holland, Gary Aerowax .......................... 43* Plastic bedspread, ea .,.1.00

P and the optimum in jazz; Range, Leslie Trope, Mozella Dish rags, ea ................ 10* Bed sheets, ea. ............ 189
people look to 'Newport" as a Perry, Karen Stem, Billy Bloom
fecal ;oint. If you, like myself, ant Jimmy Horovltz. Dish towels, ea .....,....,, 15* Pillow slips, ea. ............ 68* 1
were unable to make the "set"last
year, give a listen to 'Jazz at .
Newport Festival for 1958" (Columbia Get Ready For The I )
113r ), Yes! the incomparable
YOUNG DEMOCRATS Money orders and Simplicity Patterns sold every day Monday f

thru Friday 7:45: ..m, to 7 p.m.-Sat, till 9 p.m. .

Tots and Teens CALENDAR TEA ,

CLOSED SUNDAYS-QO TO CHURCH
Fashion FiestaThe Sunday, April 12
b '
1
----....-.-.-.. Egelloc's Club is sponsor- --
ing its annual Tots and Teens
HAQRY A. SMITH Fashion Fiesta on Sunday, April

The following members of the 5 4-6 at the. spacious YMCA farm EVERYTHING MUST GO
p.m.Aside
YMCA: William Brown, Frank
from the fashions -
Sparks, James Brown, Larry featuring
Hall, Alvin )Divlns and Henry I of sleepy time, school days,
sports, playtime and dressy, various -
Harris are voluneering their services -
local talents from kinder-
for this project.
Other persons who donated' garten and schools will highlight LOWESTPRICES
I this affair.
their services were: Jim Lee and, gala I
The following talents will be
Jerry McPhee, electricians; Hubert -
featured Dance of
Colcl/>rook, carpenter, and : group Liberty
Green Kendrick. olasterer. City Elementary Shool; Davis
Kindergarten, Delores Hayes,
The committee will be calling Velvia Solomon and Grand Ave.
upon business and individuals to Kindergarten.The .
contribute toward the completionof public is invited to attend
this project. Funds are need- this gala affair. A silver offering
ed for material and labor In orderto will be taken and refreshments .
complete the youth department. will be served. I
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,PAGE 4 SATURDAY, APRIL,4, 1959 ; r of nientary: principals and'the at the Holmes' Dunbar E1eme44_

k', J S'TBROWsiNfPAUL' tary schoOls, ;Maybe, ,some J ther"",

Tornadces on 'Thursday mornr .
ing struck Central Florida hit.
R, HENRY= lug Dade City and Orlando hard-

I 1- . .- - est., Two deaths, and considerable
I II I" "I damage reported.
I Com- Metro Commission has beforeit
I jOfflce at 1112 N.W. Tlilnl Avf., Miami, Florida--1hone FR '8..22.10Plant The House Agricultural fr operating buses.If Some bf
mittee has asked for swift ship- a new plan parts Texas were also
... at....0740 X.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 10421ONE ment of surplus food to Haiti. it t is adopted, according to hit by"'a' tornado and a plenty of
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SUn CJnPTJOS HATES: :This .is a good move because David Reynolds, supervisor of damage done.. Six deaths report

YEAR 4.50 SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.70 from reports the Haitians or Metro's Public Transportation, it ed. ., 'r I ..
-- many of them are near starvation.We will not cnly serve 75 percentof _
Member of the National NowspaPel"'bUsh rs Association have so mach: It will net be the bus riders more adequately Sportswise: The San Francisco
Member rtf the Associated Negro Press missed. but will save them money. Giants has made a deal with the

\.. .._--- -- .. --- --,- St. Louis Cardinals adding Sam
' Entered as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the'Post Office Too bad. The directors of Mi- Negroes in Jacksonville are Jones lo their 'pitching staff. The
;_ at !\Uaml.:. Florida I under the net of March 8, 1870If. ami Cancer Institute! cannot get' seeking opening of the city's U'o Cards got first baseman Bill White
tcgether, eight of them have re- golf courses to them every day and outfielder- 1rdbaseman Ray
\ E. SldlSMUND REEVES, Kdlton
; -.., --- ,- signed. of the. week. Jalbknski. _%; t.
"CJn OO OP TUB NEORo'PRFAS" 1"'
TIIM' The trouble seems to be over Mayor Hayden Burns is orpos-: The Baltimore, Orioles and the
NEGRO PRESS believe that America can best lead the world
$5,000 voted for legal action ed and says if the Federal Court Philadelphia Phillies are at
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to ,the
man
every
against W. L. Philbrick and Rob- so rules Jacksonville would! sellr Miami Stadium for
Thursday
regardless of race, color or creed, his human anlll'gal rights. Hating and
ert (Hanley of the Phflbrick'sFuneral lease its two golf courses. Friday ijM games:and wind
no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man Home. their up
season here with
in the firm belief that all men are hurt a* long as anyone" Is held as a game
beck. Nothing official yet, but rumor against the St. Louis Cardinalson
Some of those concerned areeld..er says there will be a change: Saturday night.
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CIVIL RIGHTS VS. WORLD WAR III

The 1954 ruling of the, United States Supreme Court The Senate last Monday passeda

Qutlawing segregation in public schools has stirred this bill to aid depressed areas. Our Around Miami

ilationespecially the South, as much, or perhaps even Florida Senators, George Smathers -

more than the threat of World War III which has teen negatively.and Spessard Holland voted

dangling before us for a long time. By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU

At the present time 'NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Chances are that we will be ...............................................,HNHN.......-.....
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; Organizatiozn, of which the principal nations are the paying, another cent gasoline tax.
United States, Great Britain and France are preparing for. This ,too will 1 probably be one to I ARRIVED In NASSAU on ,
eeting with Russsia, to consider the Berlin question. As be voted upon. It will be state- Good Friday and found the Island
'ou wide. closed . (that is, all the shops
already know Berlin is divided East
far
JBerlin
by
and clubs . ,
night but Satur- that everybody (has a day oft. I
:he greater and more important, .occupied and controlled Frnday's Miami Daily News day, everything started humming almost hate to say so, and Im
by the Communists, while West Berlin is occupied by carries a full gage on integration. again, Nassau! is growing so fast not bragging/ but. I have only
NATO forces. Russia has decided that the time has come 7if you have not read it, you that those of you who' haven'tbeen seen two women play golf in Miami -
for' the unification of Germany, which upon the face, :hould do so. We are sure it will there in the last year or so -except at tournament time::, --
night seem to be reasonable/ but the Germans in the West be a surprise to many people wouldn't know the (place. Newh when they come from all over
who do not follow the trends of tels, Howard Johnsons the
apartments country. They are Mrs. Anne
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night not agree to this plan since they know it will :
smp- events i/n/ our city hotel and restaurant. New Lindsay and Mayme Bondu. Since
{y mean that the whole country will be dominated by the apartments and stores are giving Mayine has to 'be In school Mon-
.
:Communists.; On the other hand, the United States and The Metropolitan governmentwill more employment to the natives. day through Friday, we usually'
;>ther foreign forces, will be compelled to leave. To this, I soon be taking over all traf- A few horses remain and the play on Saturday and Sunday and
he Western allies cannot agree and are unwilling to fic cases. The city has at last decided 'bicycle: is almost on its way Ot t. occassionaUy at twilight play!
eave, so they will land discuss the it must be so, since it's the 59 Cadillacs and so forth are get in four or five holes:. I say all
The
go problem. out-
''Some will "he ruling of the State Supreme moving in and the natives are of this to say to the fellows who
be watched with
interest.
Court. slowly increasing their economy, play golf, try taking: your wife or
J So much for the threat of war, which we hope will and if things ,keep up as they are sweetheart out and get them 'in-
end in not more than threat. I Etta Moton, singer, radio per- now, within the next five years, terested in a new sport.' Do you,
{, To Civil Rights. After four years of attempting to in- 'onality and lecturer and the Vassau will ,be another Las Ve- know that during the Ray Mitchell -
wife of Claude Barnett, directorof gas Basil Sands and Alan' Miller, Golf Tourney, not one MIami -
schools
egrate public some progress has been made.
the
Associated Negro Press, both young men, will be the real woman entered! Arid that's
Mo&t of it as a result of court rulings. However there tare 'who recently returned frcm the estate ''tycoons; Arnold Cambridge nojoke.. So come'on girls, ask
ral states: that have not made any attempt at Integratior country of Israel as guest of the is being sought to design more that golfer of yours to take you
; and continue to pass laws of all kind to stay integra government, is writing a series and more buildings and hotels; out and teach you. he game, 'and
tion although they know ouch laws will not stand up her of articles. In the first she gives Freddie Munnings, owner cf the maybe next! year some of our
Legally: impression. of the Israeli Cat and Fiddle, has had an addition girls will walk' off with one of
1 people and how their program of' made to the
club those
i ':Jn our own state of Florida, ,two students have been "cooperative assistance! ; Is win- also in the process of building and is trophies.-
a -
Admitted to the University of Florida this of course, after ning the respect and friendship modern hotel with a lounge and PRETTY GIRL-of the Week:
battling through 'the courts for some time. That is as far of the darker African states. swimming pool. This little 'item Glenola Holmes . Policeman of

ag Florida Has complied with the rullngot the Supreme head will give you an idea of how the the Week: Prince Farrington . .
Eric Adjorlele, bf the island is growing and if decide Teacher of
Court of the United States. you the Week: Mrs. Frances -
'Ves, Radio Ghana, 'to visit Nassau .
who
came to you can bet Cause.
> Dade County, ''the most liberal in the state of Florida, he United States to attend the I your bottcm dollar you'll always'

has made known ifs' intention of admitting, four students World Press Conference Congress have a ball. QUICK NOTES: Tho Big "M"
<
'1 to one of our While elementary schools during the next :it the University of Missouri also sporting a new short, and it runs
school year. This Iras ,been the means of bringing "coals visiting newspaper offices, radio HOW COME our women can't like a clock. She's wishing it
J of fire" down upon the heads Of Dade County's School and York television stations In. New or won't play golf Almost every would run like a ,car: , Johnny
said day I'm
, Board, not so much! from Dade Countians as from some only way to on solve Monday the that problems: "The one of our out girls at the are course out there.and not Of Mathis In to do a ,little chirping

other counties that' fear such may be the case In their of the world, is to approach them course, realize that most of the

counties.,', from the 'human' angle since we girls are working, (but Pm sure Join'The.NAACP

I Our Legislature meets in a few days, and notice has first mud understand our neighbors, - -- -
scan given Fhle+. there will Vin morA litll.ct nro-aontorl ft\Y tVin afar"and stop Judging them from ',. ,.
of IntegrwtJo.oi : W & : ENROLL NOW IN -i',' ""_e ,
purpose blocking schools. Some are willing l / '.'"

to go so far as to close our schools, rather than inte I The first Liberian to become SUNLIGHT, BEAUTY SCHOOLFor ; , "

grate.We president of the 8-year-old Uni! .
are pleased to see that several, organizations with versityof Liberia was formally a Life Long
thousands of members have prepared petitions' to be pre- inducted Into the office! renectly. ProEellion'I '

sented to the state legislature asking that our schools be The San Francisco Giants has Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete'School.

kept open at any cost. made a deal with the St. Louis 1011 N.W. '
On a national basis in the Senate on Wednesday notice Cardihals for pitcher Sam Jones. 2nd Avenue Fit, '49998

was given by Senator Kefauver, Democrat from Ten- The avk sent first: baseman

nessee, that on May 12 public hearings take place on & Jablonski Bill White and third baseman 3 _
to the
proposed constitutional amendment to Giants.
give states or local
agencies exclusive control over schools. Prime Minister ., Builder Must Sell or Rent
Castro
The proposal was offered by Senator Herman Tal- wants to trade "American of Cuba

madge of Georgia, and eight'other Southern Senators.It ters" in Cuba for "CUban gang.war BEAUTIFUL -, BRAND NEW ,

is good news that the life of the Civil Rights Commission criminals" In the United States.
has been extended. Already many injustices have He promises to deliver"them dead 3-Bedroom CBS HomeIN

been revealed, and whenever the Commission winds up or alive. Interesting Mr. Castro.

its work and makes its final report we predict that there Senator John McCellan of Ark- NEW LIBERTY CITY

will be a plenty interesting revelations, some "of which, : ansas has asked that the Justice

perhaps, we tare not going to feel proud. Department and the Civil Rights Phone JE
However, it is impossible to cure a disease unless it Commission investigate reports 7-0087
is diagnosed. that the Teamsters Union is using
EXT.
$ Then let us hope that when this report is made, it will housing Negroes development as a bluff to in ruin a White sales. 134

be given the consideration deserves..
J bI NAACP representative G. E.
\ Graves while not hearing of Negroes
I MIAMI CLUBS TO will be the awarding of several being used by the Teamsters Do ,
to .said be you own property in the Bahamas-
trips the ',convention in New would caution tKera
JOIN NAACP ; 'York this summer, someone in to .guard against being exploited '.
DRIVE their group will be honored witt' i id this way..f', Would you like to sell -or buy?" ,
a trip, through the club's effortsin
\ number obtaining. members to. the *The Supreme Court
?A of Miami's civic and credit that honored individual day decided that trial on for Mon-the WRITE TO .
social clubs Will Join in with the The "kick-off buffet wl1U beheld came offense in ,both and
federal
jMACP Spring (MembershipDrive ait the Sir John 595 ,
Cub state .courts is not offensive' to SANDS
inoe a pet project of mosto Monday.evening at 8:30.: .. Let's,all the ,Constitution ,,he ruling wes REALTYP.O.
ttoi,dubs has been to Assist the help to make ,the NAACP "Gold: split over the. jeopardy.dause. of.:
IfAiACP in fund-raisin and In en Anniversary" Sprint Drive a the Constitution's Fifth Amendment Box 1147 Nassau
members. And since a real success. Attend this kick-off and the. due process clause Bahamas
&tit! Lyear's Spring Drive and bring a friend. of the.. 14th Amendment.
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: *7 .'. >!*T Show April \1Li- 'Pf.LI'.C."Y
Gecrge W. Pinder, Bill W. E..i Louis Smith sen of Mrs. 'Mar- ,

Cooper, Basil Nichollas, Bahamian lon Evans of. ,Key West, entered ..*-The annual Spring Tea and ,
realtors visitors In MIamt -:: in
were I Queens College Brooklyn dur Fashion Show, sponsored by the "
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this week. Along with them, ingthe' second semester' to begin' Senior ' "Sewing Circle, "IV' --/1'H'AYRE ,
war Commissioner W L. L. his college. Smith is a Booker
Parker' of' Inagua. They were' Washington High School grad T'I: I A will,;iiI be 12 held from 4 tmday to 6 o'clock.: afternoon The NE 5- 511 'N W' 22nd Ave. & 69th St <|

guests: at the ,Carver Hotel. class of 1956. I occasion: scheduled for the home

... of Mrs. Della B. Carey 1530 NW
Mrs. Ethcline Michael and In spite of a ,busy schedule as. 63rd st:, Liberty: City. A donation
daughter, Yvcnne of Nassau! (Bahamas an, instructor in drawing at Fla of 75 cents is asked. FRIDAY, SATURDAY
spent the Easter holidays A and M University, Edward
in Hallandale and Miami. 'The Lomax Clark is making other Mrs. Willie' Mae' Finder Is
daughter Intends making' Miami outstanding contributions in and president of the group with Mrs. I. The 13 GREATEST wl
her home in the future. around Tallahassee. Clark designs Mae Davis and Mrs. Olive ,
SHOCKS of
private homes and works Knowles holding the positions of
Mrs. Alice Grant of Nassau is with some of the leading buildersand financial secretary: and chair- all time !
the house guest of Mrs. Louise architects }n the area. Clarkis man respectively
SmdHh, 1709 NW 6th ave. also architectural consultantand
assistant to the State Architectural i-
Appraiser and drafts. Elks Annual I
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Butler
man, all at the university
and two children, Martin and Oratorical Contest I
James of Nassau, are guests .of
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Stevenson MondayAll
Mr and Mrs.James Davis of Liberty -
of Opa Locka, their children, i
City.
MaxIne, Sharon, Dennis and Jr. Elks of the Greater Miami "
and their grandmather, Mrs. Mat- area are notified that the annual
Miss Betty Williams and sister,
tie Sawyer, spent the Easter Elks
Gloria of Nassau arrived last Oratorical, Contest will take
weekend in Key West returning place at Carver
week. of their High School, Coj j
They are guests
to. their home in Bundle Park ocnut Grove '
on Monday, April
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday night. 6, 8 It is GVW W4NTThey'll .
William Gibson of L761 NW 63rd. p.m. mandatory that all a..: .
Elks be .
present. (
st. Louis Smith son: ct Mrs. MarIon MHEI

Marian Evans of Key West, and a Sponsors of 1959 are Greater
friends of Mrs; Shan- 1956 graduate of Booker T. Miami Lodge No. 113 and its :
non are pleased to learn tat she Washington high school, entered' Temple No. 709. : head float on your wave
recovering from her recent Queens College in Brooklyn, the It is the hope of alt concernedthat of love sway and laughter! tiTECHNICOLOR'
Illness. second semester to begin his col- parents, fri lege career. eral public, will participate dur- -jjjJa I nDA.Im"
Patrick and Myrna Range are ing the occasion. I : Il-
In 'the I $, '
city enjoying the spring Viola ,
Cooper, graduate of
holidays. Charles You are Invited! to visit the ...
Smith of Dan- Northwestern High School in the :: rnrUllMD.UIDD'yrJIIDnl"O. m'Roo ."11II101 "II\IU iUII
ville, Va. Is their beautiful Elks Club, 329 NW I t" CWftW :.1I1GItiI..IIII.. ..
guest. They will 00.
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to school class of 1958, Is home from Grady 16th Terr., Miami, after the af- l\.o ._ I )
return on Monday p.m.via .
Memorial Hoa.ltal enjoying the .
\ I
04 Eastern Airlines. fadr. There will be open door and av"aitbear
spring vacation from the school entertainment for all. .
of nursing. j I ,
Private James Golatt, son of .,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Golatt of 1077MW I

64th st., has been assigned A Correction RITZTHEATRE SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY" .
lu Co. B, 5th Battalion, 1st Training : ,
Regiment at Fort Jackson, In the "thank you" expressionfor
SC. for eight weeks of (basic i the late Reva Lava Francis, I 2 Big Hits Nominated for eight Academy Award .
cumbat training I which appeared through these ./
SUN., MON., TUES.
columns in our issue of March I

Lt, Joseph N. Clark son of Mr. 28, the names Dr. and Mrs Wil- "The Viking"I I f
I fI
and Mrs. Robert L. Clark, 529 liam Chapman"Jr.., appeared in- t
N W llth tern,.now stationed at advcfntantly. The) names should Kirk Douglas f oAVr wAS tACKArio
iMg'M I
Fort Lustis, Va., Is expected to have read Mr,. and Mrs. William Tony Curtis THAT MIAM WOMAN TROUIIf I
leave t..r Germany sometime In Chapman Jr Thank you.. Plus \ Pmmb A SOl G SICtl Produdlar 'I'f '

June. Lt. Clark, a 1956 Hampton "The Trap" Frank SINATRA f
Insti ute graduate, is a former
Richard Wldmark MARTIN ,
Dean
president of the Institute's Stu- I
dent Council. Drive Carefully Shirley MacLAINEtbrAnt ,I (

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Merll 'Homes are now availableIn 20 of these 'lovely homes the past
the high pine dry area of'' few months. Upon popular de'
North Miami Beach. Merll Homes i mind 20 more are now under
have gone all out to build you an j'' construction. Several finished STARTS WEDNESDAY
adorable home. There Is only one models are now available. See

mortgage to pay to the Merll 1410, 1420 N.E. 162nd st. and you .. 0 75TECMICOIOI
Homes. No closing costs. No can move right 'In, or a small
qualifying. The 163rd Street deposit will. start construction on
Shopping; 'Center"'wher" D rdlne'I, any'* of the lots? now ready to

Richards, Food Fair' J. C., Penny' build. Pay weekly uatll com Held Overl"Imitation/

Woolworth's and others" of well pleted. Pick your own colors. y .! ASTORY AS BIO AS THE LEAS I AM.S
renown, makes shopping a pleas .
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I ,ITAC delegates face camera In I members of I International Inter. I meet In Mexico City, March 12.20 I I Turlsmo Morris Williams' Agen. Over Twinty Years of
Mexico, City: Faces beam ae American Travel Agents Society during Its first annual conference cy was host' to the visitors Construction Guaranteed Satoefactlon Experiences



I H ITAS Closes Convention in Mexico City C i'mmVI1(3(! (


The recently organized Inter- on Mexican Tours and by Jose NE 5-6171
american Travel Agents Society Patino on air travel, followed by
1121 N.W. 29th
Street
(ITAS) held Its first annual con- cocktail .and luncheon at the Hotel THE MAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newapaper"SATURDAY
Miami
vention In Mexico City, openingon Guadalupe and a final meeting .
March 12 and continuing until and dinner at the Hotel Vasco APRIL 4, 1959 PAGE 7 1 1i y
20, with an Initial registration of de Quiroga. -_...
agencies of the United. States and '
Mexico. ticn On tours March: started 15, the with post a conW"n'I'I i Johnnie Come Lately

Permanent registration head- University City and Xochimllc
quarters were established at the a bullfight, lunch at Restaurant
office of Morris Williams Jr., whoIs Paolo in Hotel Regis, courtesy of GO FIRST CLASS
a member of the trustee boardof Aeronaves de Mexico, and a cock-.
the organization and head of tail party At, the Hotel Presidente .
Turismo 'Morris Williams Jr., given by the hotel. ,
Avenida Juarez 56-504. >*
: The March 26 program included . with America'sFinest polo
The ITAS. Is an organizationof a (trip to Cuernavaca, Texco, J/OOE:
travel agencies: which will Acapulco, with lunch at Hotel de .Jk Bourbon- cAp
specialize in maintaining first la Dorda and an overnight stay, .. S
class accomodations for Negro courtesy of the hotel. On March .'
travelers" throughout the world. Hotels 17 the Majestic group arrived and Las for diiamacas lunch at \i,4 ( in a handy Ij\ !

Highlights of the program for and cocktails at Hotel Presidente; .
the first convention included a courtesy: of Morris Williams, Jr., pocket flask.
get-together cocktail party at the
Hotel Regis en March 12, break- A yacht ride, (plus a cocktail at 'Cii1\rx, 4 ; I
fast at Hotel Romfel the next day Las Hamacas completed the Aca-
pulco visit. The group left the J
and the welcome and official
opening of the gathering at the morning of March 19, stopping $ //11 :t
for cocktails and lunch in Cuer-
Hotel Prado, with the main address -
by Roman Perez, presidentof ) navaca at Hotel Casino de la Sel- } 7 .SS
the Mexican Travel Agencies va. rM i
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Association.This The following U. S. travel' 6.. .'?' YEARS L:: IJVtyV !; ":
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followed by lunch at agencies are represented in ITAS: I,,'
was One of the newest and most OLD 4
the Hotel Prince, election of of- I Cooper Travel Bureau, Cleveland; popular radio personalities, to r / .. 1',
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fleers for 1959 and 1960, adoption Kennedy Travel Agency, Detroit; come into the Miami area recently J
of by-laws, and appointmentof North's, Miami Fla.; Henderson is John D. Carmichael, 'who ;'..
Atlanta, Ga.; Rodgers, Philadelphia \
committees
on membership conducts the "Johnny Come ,
tours world tours hotels ; Hilton G. Hill, New York; {.
European Lately" show on WFEC from
and motels, and airlines. Wanderdlust, Detroit; Harold'sTours aim on to 10 a.m. and from 11 to !'
,' Cincinnati; Duncan, Detroit ,neon Monday thru Saturday.
The night of March 13 the ; DeVoe, Los Angeles; and Carmichael was born In Water- 86 PROOF
ITAS members were guests at Turismo Morris Williams, Jr., bury, Conn., and attended Leav- & 100 PROOF
dinner at the Rancho del Artista Mexico City. enworth High School. He entered tI) ; ,, BOTTLED-(N-BOND "
arranged by the Cia. Mexi- he service in October, 1046 and
cana de Aviacion. served a six year stretch. In 1053) ,, r' lid QUARTS : .
ho graduated from Don Martin .
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After breakfast at Hotel Lincoln Join The NAACP t PINTS -.
School of Radio and TV In hollywood HALf'PINTS
on March 14, the meeting Cal. ,,II
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heard talks by Carlos Ibarguen His three years spent in radio .
has 'been with WYOU, Newport '
News, WORC, Worcester, Mass.,
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> THE INCARNATION' NEW HOPE BAPTIST

'1:: Rev James E. Brown pastorS
rr, 1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr.
,!::. I.' E. $. Clarke Jr., viear Uro. Vandell Bovan, reporter
'.. \ SuLtan Butler, reporterAt
'''' Our. pastor brought us a mes-
I the 5 ajn. Solemn Mass the sage that' was brilliantly selectedfor
I church was* filled to capacity and an Easter Sunrise Service
at the 11 ajn. Solemn Sung Mass The Rev. Father Lang oi West
the church was filled to over ca- Palm Beach brought to the capacity -
): "me to rd pacity. At this time we wish to filled audience another
thank the Range Funeral Home great spiritual and heart-warming
for graciously lending us chairs, message.: Rev Q. Davis delivered _
without previous notice, for the the evening message.
overflowing crowd at this service. Sunday coming is expected to
The Guild of our Lady (altar be anCl;her great day in the field
MT.- -- -TABOR. -- BAPTIST guild) had the sanctuary covered of Christianity. Sunrise baptism
with a beautiful green carpet for service at 5 ajn. followed by
THE MIAM'l TIMES-"The" Peoples' Newspaper" Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter Easter. Mrs. Irene Alexanler, di- Sunday School at 9:30: regular
I I NOTE: Visitors are always wel rector services at 11 a.m. and 6:30: pjn.
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1959 comer< The Saints Ann-Margaret: with choir and usher bard No.
Order of Service Chapter of the Episcopal ChurchWomen two in the Sunrise service and

Sunday School....................... 9:3' of the .Incarnation pre- choir and ushers No. one at 11
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. Morning worship 11:00: sents to the church air foam va- a.m. and Communion services at

BTU ........................................ 5:30: lour green altar rail cushions. 6:30: p.m.
James E. Culmer, pastor'Eddle Rcmette Davison of Alla- Evening worship ...-..,............ 7:30: I The cushions corresponded with All male members of the
Edwards, clerk pattah will speak on "God, The the carpet beautifully. Mrs. Elisha
............... 9:30 church are asked to meet on Mon-
Sunday School : aon Unknowable, 7:45: pan, Sunday, The Lord giveth and the Lord :S. Clarke, chairman.
.... ... ... 11W' day at 8 pm. to prepare for our
Morning worship : April 5 at the Baha'i Center, 137 taketh away. From our midst has By the courtesy of the Phibpit'sMusic annual Men's
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pjn NW llth ave. All races and been taken three persons, all of Co. the church was loan a Day program.

faiths are cordially Invited. whom were well loved. Mrs. L. 2-manuel Wurlitzer organ which Ml. CALVARY BAPTIST
TRIUMPH CHURCH I :Thompson, Mrs. Clara Taylor and I enhanced the richness of the
ST.: JAMES BAPTISTBTU .our beloved pastor, Rev. J. N. service. Hev E, M Thomas, pastor

Prince H. MObley, pastor ................................ 5:30: pm Byrd.In The altar was beautifully and be- Phyllis Myers, reporter
Sis. C. McKinney, reporter Evening: Worsuip ............ 7:30: p.m spite of our bereavement we Easter decked lilies with white This pom was poms a joyous Devotional service was con-

"Jesus Christ Lives" was the Visitors always welcome carried odt! our Easter services j day for the Incarnation family. ducted by Deacon Mann at 11 a.m.
Sunday; School........... 9:30
lesson Sun- a.m with beautiful choral selec-
subject of the Easter many The Solemn Evensong 7:30.: The The music was furnished by the
Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m tions from the choir No. 1. One of,
day. The devotional and memory j service will be highlighted with No. two choir who sang wonderful -
323 N.W. Hth St.
verse was found In Acts 2:32: and which was the "Hallelujah :the presentation of the'' church spiritual songs. Our pastor
Rev. J. L. Johnson
Corinthians 15:1-11.: The lesson pastor Chords" Here we wish to thank school mite box offering and preached the morning message' ,
Services
Sunday
was discussed by the classes. The Mrs. Isabelle Blue for directing ]Easter program. To this service "Jesus Lives.,
pastor gave the closing remarkson the choir in the absence of our 1 the public is cordially Invited and
the lesson. TRINITY WESLEYAN. organist who was ill t to all services the public is invited At 3:30: we had our Easter program -
Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor Funeral services for Rev. Byrd to the family church of the and again the church was
Sunday evening there was a Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter will be held April 4 at 1 p.m. ]Incarnation filled.

splendid program that was ren- :Sunday School................... .9. a.m Rev. P. S. Brown, associate ''PastorGREATER The Saints AnnMargaretChapter The devotional service was
dered by the youth. There were Morning worship .................... 11OC: : of the Episcopal ChurchWomen conducted by Dea. Johnson. The
many songs, plays and readingsand Young People's Meeting 5 p.m NEW BETHEL ) will 'have its final meeting music was furnished by the No.
it was very enjoyable. Bro. for the Fashion Show Thursday 1 choir. Rev. Chalk delivered another -
R. Moultly and Sis.: C. McKinneywas CORINTH BAPTIST Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor i April 9 at 7:30 pjn.: Bit the great message, "Who
in charge ol the program. Mrs. R. Conley, clerk ,James E. .Scott Auditorium All Touched Me?" ,

1460 N.W. 69th St. Easter celebrations at Greater I members are urged to be present. -
m """"f
The devotional service was Rev. W. T. Thomas pastor New Bethel fulfiled the entire'day The chapter is sponsoring its
conducted by Bro. Williams and Phone NE 6-1518 as' grateful Christ believers por- second Fashion on Parade featuring J. B. SMITH
the expressions was opened up Services every Sunday trayed the joy and Thanksgivingfor Miami's Ten Best Dressed
by Bro. Carswell and many oth- Sunday School........... 9:30 a.m. the everlasting life gift of Women at the James E. Scott ELECTRICSERVICE
ers followed. The sermon was Morning Service ............ 11 a.m. Christ to all Christian believers.The Auditorium, 7200 NW 22nd ave.
delivered by our pastor. His sub- Evening Service ........ 7:30: p.m. pastor delivered the Eas- Friday, ,April 10, 8:30: p.m. Subscription -
ject was, "What Evil Has He
ter message using the triple sub- $1.00, adult; 50 cents
Done," St. Matthew 27:23.: The ST. MARY'S W. M. ject "Have you seen the Christ? children. Buy your ticket from a Electrical Contractor .
sermon was very inspiring: and Has he called ? Have chapter member or at the door.
preached with the spirit We were Sunday School began at the your name HOUSEWIRING"Don't
responded to the call?
happy to have so many of our usual hour of 9:30: a.in. with the you
.
The School Call us"
Sunday legartmentpaldtrlbute cuss
friends present, to enjoy Easter superintendent: Miss: Marva Trot- to this glorious day Support Your
service. 1 man presiding. Mrs. Black and PHONE NE 5-3058
by featuring a program of songs
her kindergarten group were YMCA MembershipDrive
FIRST UNITARIANOn guests. After rendering a fine and poem stories of the cross by' Night or Day
the children, 'which was followedby
program the children marched
Sunday, April 5, 11 a.m around anl each one picked up the traditional; Easter egg hunt.
Dr. Sidney E. Mead of Chicago an egg. Visitors are always wel- Rev. C. McClary delivered the I i .. ..... ;naJ
will be iguest speaker at the First come to our Sunday School. evening message on the subject,
Unitarian Church, Dixie Highwayat The pastor was In charge of "Jesus Did Rise," followed by a
SW 29th road. His sermon subject the 11 a.m. service. He preached: gospel song test featuring the Get out of the rut!, Come and see

vrlll be "Educating our lib- from St. Matthew 28:1: theme, Six Trumpets.
eral Ministers." Dr. Mead received "The Risen Christ. Everyonewas An after Easter fashionetta is
his education at the Univer- blessed. Both choirs rendered being sponsored by officials of HunterWHO
sity of Redlands, Cal., Yale Divinity music: with Mrs. U. Higgs: at our forthcoming: Women's Day Bishop
School and the University the organ, and, No. 1 ushers serv- Sunday, April 5, featuring Easter
of Chicago, He 'was a member of high fashions of the children. The
the University of Chicago faculty ed.The devotion at 7 p.m. was led public Is invited. rs WELL
from 1941 until 1956 when he be- by the pastor, and the sermon
came the 8th president of .the was delivered by the Rev. H. V. ST. JAMES A.M.E.Rev. KNOWN AS
Meadvllle (Unitarian) Theological Stuart on the subject, "The Risen
School of the University of Christ." One member was addedto H, McNeal Harris, pastor PROF. HUNTERFor .
Chicago. While the faculty Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter V
on the church.. No. 1 choir furnished -
he specialized in the study ,of the music with their organist, Throughout the day on last the past 33 years l A
relationship( of Christianity in Mrs. G. McFord' and the No. 2 Sunday the spirit of the season
America to the nation's social, ushers served. prevailed. Our esteemed pastor -
political and Intellectual history. The public Is cordially! invitedto preached to an overflowing audi- If you are aickan'd 4

Hie is the author of "Nathaniel attend 'our Men's Day .program ence at the 11 a.m. services from worried or in trouble

William Taylor, A Connecticut on April 12, Albert Carey, chair- the subject, "The Lord Is Risen this is the place to 1'
Liberal." man and Albert! Bain
cochairman Indeed.. The Holy BaItism'was/
administered and six I come. Don't stay in the e ;
persona
That evening at 8:15: the Jefferson -
united themselves with the rut. Push back the veil _
Club will meet at the !homeof '
MT. ZION A.
E.
M. church At 5 the Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flynn, pan.
of the lack of under-
School renlered their Easter
1258 SW 17th st. Their discussion 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. pro- '
topic: will be "Should Gov- Opa Locka gram which closed the servicesfor standing and bad luck

ernment sponsor birth Control?" Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor the day. that seem to hold you
Sunday School............... 8:30: a.m. I We are proud of our pastor for "
A free Fellowship Dinner for' Morning worship ............ 11 am the wonderful leadership and the in your track and ad-

all members and friends of the League ...................,..r......... 5 pm progress we are making for vance forward by the "
church will be held on Friday, Evening worship ................ 7 pjn. Kingdom building. help of God.
April 10, 7:10: pjn., ait the Ocean On Sunday the serviced will
Ranch Hotel, 200 SE 12th st. Dr. begin with the Sunday School at
TEMPLE
J. Harold KLock, first presidentof BAPTISTFirst 9:30: a.m. All parents are urgedto Your home and every day life can be made happy.He .
the church and presently a Sunday services will be come .out and bring thler child will show you to bypass your enemies and get the
member of the (Board of Directors, as usual. Candidates will be bap ren to Join in the study of' God's things that God put in the world for you. Let the

will open the program with an tized at 11 a.m. The Lord's Sup- word. peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the
explanation of "Our Year ,of Maternity" per will be administered at both The morning worship will be- that is in will be awaken and
power you will be .
gin at 11 ajn. and the evening you
,
campaign Other speakers morning and evening services.
,will be James C, Lee, presi- The choirs will serve Jointly. worship at 7 p.m. The pastor *wlll in 'a higher state of mind and spirit.
dent; Mrs. Sanel Beer, Rev. Glenn 'Breach at both: of these services,
O. Canfield, George Davidson Coming! The Willing Workers' and the 'Holy. Eucharist will be Listen to Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your
and 'Gordon Fletcher Club will hold its quarterly pro- administered.If dial every morning at 6:59 from Monday through
gram Sunlay, April 1.2 at 3 p.m. you desire to worship in an Friday and on ,Sunday at 6:45 a.m. you are invitedto
Charles Weir, one of the leading atmosphere of Friendliness, come listen to the Radio Ministry of
organists in this area, will be to St. James, "The Friendly Bishop Hunter of
BETHANY BAPTIST presented in an organ recital on Church.. You are always wel- the Spiritual Temple of Zion Church located at 5417

3078 N.W. 45th St. April 19. This promises to be a come. Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. Donation will

Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor musical treat. Tickets. be accepted for the continuation of this broadcast. _

School.......... 9:30
Sunday : *ja Miss L. Rose was mistress of Beautiful HomeOn
Morning Service ............ 11 un ceremony: for the fine Easter program Prof. Hunter's office is open daily from 10 a.m.
BTU ................................ 5:30 pjn ( rendered ''by the young Large Lot to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings end con-
Evening ",Service ............ 7:30: pjn peqle Sunday evening and Miss Your lot can be a paymenton sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof is licensed
Prayer Service. Thurs. 7:30: p.m. L. Campbell was in the' chair for by the State and County as a Reader.
the excellent concert presentediby this 3-bedroom new 2-

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER. the Joint choir. baths One mile' east of 7th Ave. on Highway 441 Old

The 'Interdenominational Choir 1331 N.W. 56th St. Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remember -

...N..,Wl..th".Av';j Phone FR. and fl-M24 16th Terr. Union, Rev. Allen Ferguson" Open 3-5 p.m. the address, 5417 S.W.17th St., West Hollywood
president, will holds its monthly Florida.
MASSES
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THE MIAMI TIMES- Th* People Newspaper'

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SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1959 PAGE 11

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Rev. McCall to be CONGREGATIONAL

I Rev. Charles Wilks, pastorA.
HonoredMore E. McNeal, reporter

( than 20 of South Florida's Dr. Henry C. McDowell, mis-
ai outstanding choirs, choruses ,and sionary of the American Missionary -
quartettes: will honor Rev., Ira Association, and minister and
r, McCall with a musical (program teacher of Angola West Africa
Friday, April 10 at Lon bore- for 40 years, won the hearts of
man's Hall, 816 NW 2nd ave. All all who hoard him last Sunday i lathe
c pastors' and their congregationsare Congregational: Christian Fel
cordially invited along 'With lowship.
IP' all friends and well wishers.
: { Dr. McDowell was sent to Miami -
The youthful Rev. McCall is by the Board of Home Missions -
'business manager of the Fifth at the invitation of the
Ave. Church\ of God in Christ, Congregatlonaly Fellowship. The
iRev W Gamble, pastor. purpose of his visit was to meet
ti There will be no admission to the members and to see metro-
'S
r this outstanding affair. The Gospel politan Miami; thus he would be
Blind Boy of WMBM will be able to decide whether he would
master of ceremonies. like to become the first perma-

.N .. nent pastor of the nowly organ-
a J
ized Congregational Fellowship.
joyous religious realty was to get better acquainted with tlon of the blessed sacrament. Zion here in Miami, Rev. Moss, His visit also gave members of
experienced Monday and Tues- Christ and with their own souls. Wednesday morning all of popularly known as "the Miracu the group an opportunity to know
day, March 23 and 24 in Holy Tuesday ,boys from the same those who attended the Retreat lous," holds the position of assistant that they will receive a highly
Redeemer Catholic Church, Lib- school met for the same '!.purpose. again assembled for the solemn pastor, and his recent appointment trained man with a wealth of experience -
erty City.Monday. The conference for Ute two close of It and then had break- as Missionary gives as a pastor. '
over 70 girls ranging days of Recollection were con- fast in 'the school cafeteria. him urisdiction over South Fla.
from grades 7 through 12 and ducted by Rev Father Patrick All charter members will vote
coming not only from Holy Re- Desmond O'Brien. Each day The pastor, Rev. Father De- Sunday to call Dr. McDowell to
deemer, but also from North- opened with Holy Mass. Hours Vaney was very pleased with the Now is the time! become pastor. The publia; Is always -
western, Booker T. Washington were scheduled for public prayer attendance and the dignified way welcome at the Congregational -
George W. Carver, North I but ample time was allowed for they conducted themselves and to Register to Vote! Christian Fellowship.
Dade and Dorsey gathered for private prayer and meditation. planned to make it an annual af-
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the purpose of spending the day Each day closed with Benedlc- fair.



United Church MT. HERMON A.M.E. Rev. Moss Gets TV REPAIRS

Rev S. L. Gay, pastor AMEZ Missionary
Women of Miami The Publicity Committee

The second quarterly confer- AppointmentBy 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3
Firsthand information on the ence held March
was Thursday, STANLEY SWEETING
needs of migrant families, as well 26 at the Mt. Herman with Rev. DRIVE-IN SERVICE
as work being done by the state, F. A. Allen, presiding Elder officiating Veteran minister, Rev. Vincent .
county and The Florida Christian Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor J. Moss, 1340-B NW 4th ave.,
Ministry to Migrants (a committee Rev. Allen spoke briefly on recently received an appointmentin ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup
of the Florida Council of "The Trials and Sufferings of the African Methodist Episcopal -
Churches) will be heard by Jesus While on Earth." I Church as Missionary of its
Greater Miami Church Women Conference.The and Delivery-No CharleAmerican
when they meet at Wesley Meth- The business of the eveningwas
odist Church on April 9 at 9:30: presided over by Rev. Allen appointment, issued March
a.m. 'with the dignity ,befitting an 29, in Wilmington, N.C., by Dish- *
elder. All boarls of the church up H. D. Shaw, authorizes Rev.
Speakers will include leaders of made complete Moss "to travel and organize IERIUM PROMO '
very reports revealing -
this work in various camps the total amount raised Missions and collect for the sup 6 TV. CONK,
throughout Florida, headed by $82.10. port of Missions within the
State Director, the Rev Paul M bounds of his conference, and is . . iu3 a sr,
Cassen, West Palm Beach. The The Sunrise worship service required to report his labors and
Rev. Julius Scipio, Pompano for new Mt. Hermon began at collection to his Annual Conference .
Center, will tell why these agrI- 4:15: a.m. en Sunday, March 29. which meets at Mt. Sinai AUTO e
cultural workers are migrants Choirs number one and two ren- Church,. Tampa." The appoint-
and why they are not self-sup- dered beautiful Easter music. ment expires Nov. 25, 1050. hII
porting. Child care and nursery Our pastor selected as his theme, Rev. Moss, a fiery exponent of i
needs will be discussed by the "Unbelief in the Resurrection." the Bible, was at one. time, pas-
Rev. Isaac Henderson of the South Included in the large numberof tor of the AMEZ Church in Key
Dade camps. Employment aspects vistors were Mr. .and Mrs. West. He labored there for one
will be covered by Bryan Page, Ceasar Hester of Greater SI. year before coming to Miami, TV
in charge of migrant work for Stephens AME Church, Detroit where he became a member of Phono Corp.
the Florida "State Employment Mich., relatives of the pastor. Bethel AME Church under the
Service. Mrs. Sarah Abrisch, a The 11 o'clock message was late' Rev. S. II. Savage. He later
Dade County public) health nurse delivered 'by the pastor, entitled Joined Trinity Wesleyan Meth- 2243 N.W. 62nd Street NE 5.7225
who works in the South Dade "We Preach Jesus." odist under the late Rev. John H.
camps, will bring information Lemasncy as ipostor.
about health and housing needs.I The Cradle-Roll children renered As a member of the AME\
[ a program at 5 pm. on
Sunday which was a pleasure to
witness. Following this presentation
the teenagers exhibited
BETHEL BAPTIST their talents well, which w a i,

Richmond! Heights climaxed with a musical cantata LIVE RENT FREE !
Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor given by the choirs who were
under the direction of Rev. Gay.
SU. Nannette Greer, reporterThe
Truly, Easter Sunday was a high
worship services at Bethel day, indeed.
Sunday was very inspiring. The On this Sunday, April 6, we COMPLETE FINANCING ARRANGEDMODEL
auditorium was filled to its ca- are celebrating the Holy Com-
pacity. The pastor preached out munion. .

of his !heart and soul. The services '.-i- ................................. ......................... i
and attendance will long be I ,
remembered by all who worshIp- iiThe Best People

ped.At Live at
3 p.m. the Sunday School
put en a wonderful Easter program Atlantic Manor UFLKX
which consisted of recita- ON
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COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVIC!' j j

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'THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples'New.paper" Bahamas to send Easter; Therehe

APRIL 4 1959 Broward joined his wife, Bertha, 'who
SATURDAY ,
PAGE' 12
had already ,spent three weeks,

:County

h .' Churches in Carver Rancheswere
NewsBy
all aglow Easter Sunday
4'.. ". with crowds. of old and young in
r attendance
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'Walter Bow* .- .., -,
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1y The Browara. County; Beauticians AVON CALLING '
Unit No. 36 will have an
p after-Easter Fashioneflte' Tea al} MEN ORWOMEN
t the. Faithful Few Temple in Cafver -
Ranches on Sunday, April 5.

All mothers Interested in having We will ,appoint and
their children take part 'will
I t please call Mrs. Eleanor Bowe, train 10 responsiblewomen -

TABLES FOR SALENEW : YU 3-9259: or Mrs. 'Fannie Wil-. or men to rep
; liams, \WA 29108. resent . .
Formica Tops $3.95 up ..
home, two-
CBS, private
Step\ (End Coffee bedroom duplex, 2170 NW 66th Mr. and Mr- s P Elnore c NE 3-8323 street, phone J. A. Taylor. NEwton. I' Titusville, were down Easter in their neighborhood
A4 4-4001. weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. 40% commission Earn

: Walter Bowe, their brother-in- $40 to $50 per week in
law and sister.
DAY NURSERYScott's FOR SALE your spare time.
The Miami Times newsboy of For information call
Day Nursery phone 4-5208: Lovely 3-bedroom h o m e. Carver Ranches;' Theran Henderson Mrs. Thelma G. HarrisFR
Day: PL 7-1907. Night: NE celebrated his birthday on
Ages 4 months to 5 years. 5710 Large living room, dining March 30. 16407VPS

NW 9th ave. A25: room, kitchen, tile bath, _- _
screened-in porch, large lot. His Grace, Arohbishq Richard Horace Sharpe of North Miami
WANTEDFRE Nice fruit trees and lawn. Grant Robinson of the African
Orthodox Church, who will arrive -
1015 NW 60th street. For
HOME FOR WOMAN I .
in Miami on Wednesday,
Opa Locka mother will give information call PL 40792. April 8 for the purpose of pre- GUEST HOUSE
retired woman or widow a homein Mr. Johnson, 1024 NW siding at and conducting the 9th REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMSBy
exchange for child care. Call 60th St.Lovely'. annual Synod of the 'Southern Day or Week
NA 17916. Jurisdiction of the Church, which Efficiency Privileges Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.
I opens on 'Thursday, April 8, at .
*' 4-bedroom home. '
9-9359
Phones OX 1-5343 FR
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ODD JOBS! St. Peters Cathedral, 1725 NW
Wash cars, yard work, truck Large living room, dining 3rd court. x 6393 NW.17th Avenue
driver or what have' you? Just room, kitchen, two baths, Highlight activities during the
call me and name your J>db. Solo- jalousied porch. Nice fruit Synod will include the following:

mon Williams, phone NE 4-2280. trees and lawn, on 59th st. April 9 and 10, regular evening
Call night or early mornings, 10th For informa- sessions at St. Peters Cathedral.
near ave.
5202 NW 25th ave.
tion call PL 40792. Mr. Sunday morning, April 12 at SELL !
Johnson, 1024 NW 60th St. 11 o'clock, Pontifical- Divine Liturgy Owner Says
Live-in ,PositionsHostesses and sermon at St. Ann'sOrthodox

we pay $2.00 trans- Lovely 3-bedroom CBS Church' Liberty City. 1368 N.W. 56th St.,
portation to you for any livein Sunday evening, April 12 at
girl we place. Positions now home. Large living room, 7:30: the Sacrament of Holy Confirmation
available in best Beach homes. dining room, kitchen, tile sermon and Benediction $2,200 Down
Up to $50 week. Come early in bath, large Florida room, of the most blessed Sacrament -
morning, bring clothes Mrs. hardwood floors, fenced in. -at St. Peters Cathedral. $13,700 Total Price

Mack, Reliable Service 432 I. NW 12h ave. near 54th at. Friday, April 17, 830: pm.
Espanola, Miami Beach. A4 For information call PLaza meeting of the Clergy of the Chelsea Realty l Realtor
Southern Jurisdiction at the '
rectory :-
40792. Mr. Johnson, 1024 of the Catheral, 1741 NW Phone PL 4-4688" ,. ,.
FOR SALE NW 60th at.For. 55th st.Sunday.

April 19 at 11 a.m. at
DEERFIELD BEACH if.
80x150
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St. Peters Cathedral, Pontifical
on S.E': 2nd Ct. East of S.E. 1st\
Divine Liturgy' commemoratingthe
Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRank Sale
tow 30th anniversary of 'the Or-
Un 7-4812 dination to the Sacred Priesthoodof

ONE. FAMILY House or office BY SUMMONSSPECIAL the Ordinary of the Southern 2&3

On valuable ,business lot. 1168 Jurisdiction, Archbishq> Richard
NW 62nd st. indiROOMING Grant Robinson.
Canon Charles F. Cooper
All CBS 2-bedroom home: Living
HOUSE on valuable room, dining room, all tile kitchen -, rector BEDROOM HOUSES
business lot. Will pay itself off. All tile bath. Built-in gar Canon Obediah Barr, Sec'y
l172, NW 62nd at. indi age. Hardwood floors. Enclosed Nathaniel Rolle, ,
public relations director
2lbedroom I with 4 feet chain link fence. Immediate -
MODERN apt., stove occupancy. Located at
refrigerator and water quiet. 2912 NW 49th street. Full price: FOR SALE
Inquire 844 NW 70th at., apt 5. $15,500 $2,500 first down pay LOTS FOR SALE
NA. 1-6952. indf ment.,, dad be bought under' FHA Terms
EasT
terms. .
TOO( PIECES: of barrel roofing Build on lot
tUe. 64H NW 15th, ave. OXford Beautiful 2-4> m home in or mine your

,*.:z8(0. All Edison Center with carport. We take care of financing Richmond Heights
Beautiful landscaped.. Completely
HOUSE. 3-a edrooan at 2122 NW furnished. $1,000 down. Full NO MONEY DOWN

64th st. Call NE 4-1022. .... .... .... price: $10,450, .$90 .p ,r month.
Cash Schools
for
Immediate occupancy. paid your lots or Near and Shopping Center

BRAND NEW CBS 3-bedroom home

house in New Liberty! City. Must Beautiful all CBS 3-bedroom Money loaned on Veteran No Down PaymentLOW
rent or sell. Phone JE. 1-0081, home on large corner lot. Full your
extension 134.FOR. price: $16,000. Terms to suit. Home or' Lot .
Located at 5680 NW 9th ave. CLOSING COSTS
/ Baron, JE 81340DISPOSAL *
VACANT LOT: 50x100. Locatedon *
RENT NW 55th St. and 17th ave.
Price: $3,500. Cash or terms. Ten
FURNISHED one room apart FHA Terms Available
percent down.
$35 per month.. .
ment, all efficiency, private sur
roundings. Driveway for youi SALE
IN
car. In Opa Looks, Bunche Park.Phone PERRINEAll
CBS 3-bedroom
NA 1-6654. IndijJ home. Tile $300 Down
}-1 1COMFODTELiY bath,.tile room on large lot. Located ENTIRE STOCK OF -
fit 10481
SW 173rd street.
Furnished
one Price $10,000 down. ...
$1,000 balance CHARLIE'SUSED .
house. For information
bedroom easy. Plus Low Closing. Cost fl\-t: '
ppply at 1867 NW 58th st call ,* .
pr ., ....."'. : ,
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;05.. 3-4905. 'FURNITURE u ,- J.
FOR 2 ibaths RENT: Deluxe, 4-bedroom, Move.;in when qualified ,.' .,$: ,\.....
apartment. Air conditioned.
Must be sold at once!
bungalow with all
fTVE-ROOM: : 5312 NW 18th ave. $35 per tModels .

near modem two bus conveniences.lines. 3268.NW Located 46th week. I Refrigerators, as low '

at.'phone;; OX 1-3523. I FOR "THESE SPECIALS : as ...................... $24.95- Reedy. For InspectionOPEN ,

CALL Stoves .......................... 15.06
1mNI ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ,
l apartment for rent. f
DAY OR NIGHTJ. Tiltbacks .................... 10.00 ,
1202 NW 70th St., PL. 82909. A. .
Mamie. Woodward. SUMMONSHI Bedroom Suites, HollywoodBeds '

4.2448 or HI 8-0173 Dinettes Baby Fur- o

ROOM. 6820 NW 17th ave., apt. 3781 Grand Avenue niture, Rollaway Beds, Rugs

JIT._ Tables, Pillows, Lamps, RICHMOND HEIGHTS Inc.
ONE BEDROOM apt 1847 NW Miami 33, Cooonut Grove, Fla. Chairs, etc.Everything. ,

55th terr. Phone NE 59676.3tROOM ; Must Go I .14520 LINCOLN BLVD,

furnished apartment. ...__.___................... S .
: Prices cut. less than half RICHMOND HEIGHTS
furnished room. None but .
Also 1
the best ,need apply. 036 NW. 3rd Now is the time! .. Hurry J ..

Jive., ap1.) rn 4-904. i.... *. PHONE' CE 5-6262. ':.. .
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*? 6028 NW 22nd Ave.
, I ,Register to Vote!lt'
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THE MAMI TIMES-"The.! Peoples' Newspaper
IN. MPMORIAMJn Free Polio. Shots COMMUNITY... ;
',,';s jf ''''''''' w' .r.' "'jCOOPERATION '* ;SATURDAY, APRIL_ 4, 1959 PAGE43
sad but loving memory of l Sunday inOpa; Locka ;'
our dear son and brother, ? '. .

It Is possible for anyone who ASKED IN

has not ,yet had their polio ,shotsto In[ Joint Recital Sunday .
obtain them free, of charge, HOSPITAL DRIVEBecause
Sunday afternoon, April 12 from
J-7 pm at the Magnolia Hospital .
( so many ,drives to \'
and Clinic In Opa Locka raise: money for,,other worthy of Mrs. Kee, will accompany both
14310 22nd
Is NW
The address projectS} are now going on In and at the piano and Elliott JPieze% ,
ave.This around the Greater Miami area Times'. writer arid WMBOVu'news!
community project Is being ;the..directors of the current cam- commentator, will serve as mas-
made possible through the paign to raise $250,0000; for the tre of ceremonies for the occasion
combine: efforts of the personnel new Christian Hospital, Inc. 4700 I 1
Df 'the Magnolia Hospital and t,
NW( 32nd avenue; this week asked
Clinifc and the North Dade High for cooperation from all .organizations !- Admission Is $1.00 and tickets
School Science' Department groups and other units in are ,now on sale by members of
The Carol City Jaycees' initiated ,the area in order to help make Harris Chapter No. 160; The public -
the program and assisted in getting ,campaign a, complete success. Is Invited..
,
,
it into operation. The county -
donated the 'serum which will The directors explained that 1 1y

'.)e used. the hospital campaign: Is a one '
time project in which the people
will (be asked to< contribute only
Celebrates 33rdAnniversary once. After the desired \goal of
$250,000 Is realized; It will not be
repeated in' the future, as is the

_m_ case with many of the othor
drives now going on.
LEROY GODDARDwho The Phyllis Wheatley Art and
departed this life April 1, Social Club will celebrate its In view of the one-timeness of
1933. 53rd anniversary with a Second the campaign all persons in Miami
Six years ago you left us Annual Banquet and Fashion and vicinity, will be askedto
It seems to'\ us as yesterday; Show; with 30 models showing : give and give all that they canto MRS. BARBARA KEE
Our hearts! still ache with sadness fabulous gowns. A delicious menu this most worthy cause, because High on the list of outstanding
Our eyes shed many a, tear. will be served Thursday, April they won't be asked to coming musical attractions in the
God, alcne, knows' how we miss 23 at Liberty! Square Auditorium, contribute again.Greater Miami area is the Joint recital
you. 5306 NW 14th 'ave. Tickets are featuring Mrs. Barbara Kee, lyric
The Goddard Family being sold by members and res- Bethel sorano and Ulysses Morris
ervations'can be made at the following
baritone, which will be presentedon
: Ushers Guests at Sunday afternoon, April 5 at \y
J1+Irs. Marie' Price, NE 5-1872;
Auditorium
I 4 o'clock at the: Dixie Park I
CARD OF THANKSThe Pearl Wise, FH 9-1581; Mrs. Mareuerite BreakfastUsher 340 NW 13th st. The
.NE 5-0226...
Everhart.. recital Is being sponsored by
wife and' family of the Beard No. 3 of Greater Harris Chapter No. 160 of the
late,. I 11' Please M. 1.keep Daniels jthls..'qventreporter'in mind, Bethel AME Church attended the Order of Eastern Star. A rare ILvaSES10RRI8
; Sunrise Service Easter musical treat Is In store for all
-- early
.Marie Price. , ,,president? morning as honored guests. Later ,I' wha attend. .
tendered them at
breakfast was
Daughter. Elks a the home of Miss Elizabeth Allen !Morris holds the distinction of Get Ready For The

Sharing the hostess spot with having developed into one of the
Women's... Day Sun. Miss Allen was Mrs. Inez Hlsh-! finest baritone soloists ever produced YOUNG DEMOCRATSCALENDAR
tower. The candlelight Buffet- in the Miami area, and Mrs l "
The Daughter Elks of Antlers style breakfast, a delicious repastwas Kee Is equally talented as lyric TEA
Temple No. 39, LBPOE of W, will enjoyed by the gathering. soprano. Both are top favorites
observe Women's Day on this Mes- with lovers cf good music in this Sunday, April 12
included
Sunday, April 5 at 3 p.m. at the These present Washington, and other communities
At! Lodgrf Elks' Home, 329 NW dames Florence
Alice Clarke, Bell Mrs. Gladys McFord, mother
president;
both Bills
16th Terr. All Elks,
Hezekiah Dora Gibson, EuniceOl1lesple.
,
md daughters, and the public In
Miriam Russell, Leona:
,
general are invited' to the celebration.
Brown, Willie Mae Monroe, InezPolite UP!
special GOING
'A very programhas Russell RATES
,,
Eva Sharpe, Mary
been ,,planned' JrDt and. will. be Ella Walker, Mary Rcss and Mildred The New.papers'Say--Save Money by Getting

presented., Dt. ruler Mozell, Other ,guests Included LIABILITY INSURANCE .
Velvia..SOI01non, Jack Monroe, Theodore AUTO ,
Dt. Jessie O-lfci; chairman Clarke and Brown. NOW-Before the rates go up ''' 'i..'y,
general
Many of our 6-months policies start as low as

I' $12 Down : "

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New Non,Surreal, 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL
TIMOT1HY N. TYNFS JR You can,be ,FREE from TRUSS 8LA VICHY. 645 N.W. 4-1811 I
wish! to take,this method thank LOW COST. NO LOST TUtK.I 9-5284 NA
and' rela Painless Office Treatment.
all their many friends I
tives for cards, telegrams, floral CLINIC
contributLcns and other)I kindness ,Piles Rectal: DiseasesReducing DR. LONG'S

rendered during their time of bereavement I . .. A General Health Service
I 21 S.W. 13th Ave KR 32748
Special thanks to the pastor,, PlANOSICK ?
Rev II. McNeal, Harris of St, I p
James AME Church, and Rev. C,
J. Jenkins cf Mt. Zion AME; also SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. I
Range Funeral. Home' for its untiring NOW UNDER NEW ONWERSHIPBARMEY'S iFOR
service rendered to us.;May; PROFESSIONAL PIANO A.
God bless all of you. N
STORE AND ORGAN SERVICES
Lilla K. Tynes, wile CUf-RATE
Olive V, Tynes, mother
Rose Conklin, daughter 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376 1935 N.W. 153rd St.uSERVICE I

Alice Mae Dams, sister I
8.3770
MU
Eureka, P: Tynes, sister IncenseA
j.. Patent Medicines -
Vernle I, Lewis, sister I pricesA
Blonde!} Tynes, sister complete line of Drug Sundries at popular
Barbara Tynes, sister selected variety of human hair
James W Tynes, 'brother
,.? Robert H. Tynes, brother Gifts of all descriptions I NEED MONEY! ,I It

Eugene W. Tynci brother of good hair dressing ..........-.... too psr JarOpen and 2nd mortgage loan $1,000 pay $21,21 mo. .
A variety lit
SPECIAL:
Charles E. Tyne ,':brother ,
$31,88 mo.
?
bills $1,600 pay
and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Payoff all your ,
A7! Dally $42.51 mo.
":, 12,000
pay
r Get additional cash
John A. McMinn, Owner Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments .

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CLEANING
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SAVES ,
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O 10 months ,to 6 years HOME. NO RUBBING, NO RINSING. JUST DIP. The Finest Foods at Low Prices .

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GARMENT.. SEND $1.00 FOR BOX OF 12. FrU 'Mt.. San., B:8O tun. to 3 a.m.

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THE. MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" Thank YouThe :

PAGE .14 SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1959 I members of the Hospitality APARTMENTS FOR RENT
Social, Club wish to thang their
many friends for the wonderful
support given in helping, to make BOWN SUB-2.BEDROOM-$18 WEEK
Adult Homemaking Royal Twenty the Annual Musical' Tea a suc (Free City Water)
'cess. A special 'thank you' is extended -
Courses OfferedThe Club MeetsThe to all the wonderful LIBERTY CITY-NEW BUILDING
people who appeared en the pro-
adult homemaking division Royal Twenty Civic, So- gram that made Easter Sunday .
1.BEDROOM
2-BEDROOM
cial and Educational CJub, hal Its -$16 420
of the Dade County Board of evening. an enjoyable one
instruction is offering to regular semi-monthly meeting at Mrs.. Pearl Turner, chairman
public
the Coconut Grove home of Mr. DOWNTOWN: -1-BR. $12 2BR. $18
in Mrs. Doris Major,
all adults, 12 week courses
Dennard of 3792
and Mrs. Eddie ,
!ffcljU! co-chairman
sewing, advance clothing con-
struction, special food prepara- Frow Ave. Mrs. Helen Perkins, Pres. WILSON RENTAL AGENCY Inc.
tion, home accessories, table and Plans for the 17th annual anniversary ,
and clothing dance were reviewedand Tea
home arrangements, Spring SpeakerThe
accessories( hats and bags' ), revamped. This dance, to be 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-0116
held at the spacious Bayfront R. R. Moton Elementary
Homemaking classes will be auditorium on April 10 promisesto School PTA invites you ,to attendits
held in the following centers: be one of the social: highlights annual Spring Tea, Sunday,
Booker T. Washington High at the season. Invitations have April 5, 4 to 6 im' The tea will
School, Monday thru Thursday. been placed in the mail in order be held in the cafetorium, 18050
'Northwestern High, Monday that the many friends of the Homestead Ave., Perrlne. 2 AND 3 BEDROOM _
thru Friday (day and evening). members of Royal Twenty can
Dorsey Junior Writ, Tuesdayand plan to attend this annual gala The guest speaker for this'oc- CBS AND FRAME HOMES .
Wednesday. affair. casion is Mrs. Mamie Williams,
J, W. Johnson (Hialeah), Tues- I past president of the National-
day. Civicly, the' club has gone on Parent-Teachers Association Mrs.Williams' . ALSO INCOME PROPERTY
record as supporting the various
name recently was included -
Bethel AME Church (Hialeah), voter registration drives. Also, it in Who's Who Among AROUND. ORCHARD VILLA AREA
Monday and Wednesday. has sought to aid needy and un- American Women. Come out and
Frank C Martin, Tuesday derpriviledged people regularly hear her.Following. ALSO CARVER'S RANCHES .
R. R. Moton, Monday and during the year rather than Justat
Wednesday. Christmas, Thanksgiving and the program, refreshments LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
(Mays High; Monday and Wednesday other special times. The latest will be served and a %
being the purchase and presen wonderful hour of fellowship may
North Dade, Monday, Wednes- tation of a wheelchair be enjoyed. Come out and bring We buy lots and houses for cash
day and Thursday This highly: successfull meeting your, friends. This evening is
J. R. E.. Lee .Monday and concluded with words of thanks planned for you.Registration I
Thursday. and praise being spoken by Mrs. at the door. Cfias. H.< Pyke RealtorPLaza
Roosevelt Dennard to the host j ,
Dunbar Elementary, Thursday anl .hostess for a lovely after-
!liberty Square Auditorium, meeting gathering which featured 7-8151
Thursday. a most delectable' repast. SUNSHINEFISH .
Mrs Ada Belle Dunn, Pres.
for the
Registration 4th quar- ,
ter be tins Monday, March 30, Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter MARKET J
and will continue through April'
3. Registration fee is $2.00 per Job OpportunitiesThe Poultry Vegetables Fruits OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
course. For further information See ,our store and what we
concerning these courses, call Greater Miami Url'>an' have
SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
League job opportunities -
Northwestern High School, PLaza announces
4-5491. for the following positions: Fresh Fish Daily PSYCHIC READER
Addressograph Operator, Steno
Clark I, Lime Plant Operator I, Lowest prices in town
Thank YouThe Engineers Aide I, Clerk I,
Automotive Equipment OperatorI Open 8:30: a.m. tll 7:30: p.m.
Liberty Beauty Salon, 6707 Heavy Equipment Mechanic, Sundays 8 a.m. tll 1 p.m. .
NW 15th ave., hopes you had a Patrolman, Communications Tech-
happy Easter. nician, Stock Clerk (Commissary) We guarantee to please you
Saturday was Children's Dayat Offset Pressman, Clark Tyl;ist I, or your money back
Liberty Beauty Salon. Again Clerk Stenographer
candy was given them, but some For detail information regard- On The Corner
of the young ladies who got ing the above Jobs contact H. 1001 N.W. 62nd St.
candy last year are little juniors Allen Wheatley Jr. of the Urban
this year,rf and they were given League,. located at 395 NW 1st All,
something.. Just a little different. st. or call FR 1-6476.

I Thanks very much to the
mothers for sending their daugh- 1
ters. We are always pleased to
wait on them.Operators .

Mrs. Helen: Mrs. Mary Dancy, 'z' +r waxirsr Let my years of Experience guide and protect you through
Thompson, Mrs.
Catherine Trlbue, Miss Ida Mae Life as a Lighthouse guides the ship in a storm

White, Miss Eula Newton Mrs.
,
WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
Lula Mae A. Clark, Mrs. Marie
Wareham. For Success in Business And Love

Phones OX 1-7861; home OX CONSULT HER -

1-4994. You can now have your home made happy

o Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

0 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
Combs'Iwncfteoneffe By the help of God she can help you

Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

11727\ NW. 17th AVENUE tLUIJ.n.oaIDA a Pkni OX 1.o1U, OX MJ4J0eif troubleIt
will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First

The House of Fine Foods ud AthaH IU'r',Owntrr .....Raw,Lk.n................... Dlmtor Where thousands come early for help and advice, you too can

And Beverages be touched by.thls strange mysterious power .

\ ..., WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

.,i'i same God who delivered Moses and--the children of Israelof

ALONZA FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME old is still alive today And will open a way for yon throughthe

Sympathetic and Economical Services troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead you or
you stumble with him.
.' Alonza Francis, Director and Embalmer
y \ Do you doubt the existence of ,thing because you cannot see
Dr. J. M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn'Boggs Evans them?
Business AssociatesMrs.
What do yon think of the invisible waves and sounds that
Elizabeth Johnson Business
Espy ,
Manager
k make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?
Spacious Modem Chapel and Slumber Room
A seed before it sprouts, lies concealed, secret: silent In the
S .. Z 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida dark earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN

; FR 9-5381 Phone PL 4-2857 POWER" .

NOT AFFILIATED WITH FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME Therefore, acquaint yourself ''' "
S u. with the one who is an \, "

/k authority. Whose private .,
consultation will evolve you a

"SERVICES"have to a higher" state of mind. '

lent distinction to our name All Information is t.
Our most carefully guarded assets ire the respect and confidence .

of the people ''Of Miami.They Strictly Confidential
have been fostered by 'helpful understanding" and practical .
'CLIFFORD "BABY" COMBS Intelligence. I Office Hours 0 a.m.-8 pan.

Proprietor By kill, and knowledge of requirements.By .. Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.'s" .

W. feature Dally Specials quiet efficiency and good taste. Don't Write-Call in Person
Children Under 12 Half 'Price By facilities of classic dignity and home.Ilk. atmosphere 1
.We Cater to Private Parties DAILY READING f l.OO UP
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Open Dally and Sunday By ,.resolute ,principles and human sympathy. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE.
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943 N.W. 2nd Ave. MANKER FUNERAL HOME MADAM HUNTER

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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"


DEATHS SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1959. PAGE 18


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Acknowledgement IN MEMORIAMIn Richardson by his wife, Lillie Mae; mother, 4th ave., died at Jackson Hospitalon
. Mary Byrd, two aunts, Lila; Hall March 31. He is survived1 by .
It Is with heartfelt" appreciation loving memory of our dear i Wallace Johnson, 15625 NW" and Sallie Smith; two. uncles, two sons,. Charles Jr., and Clarence -
that the family of the late, mother, who died April 8, 1958. 156th st. road, Opa Locka, died Jessie Tucker and Rev William ; two brothers, Richard and
MOTHER EMMA MADDOXwho Moses L. Perry and Family in Jackson Hospital on March :29 Tucker, and other relatives. Lockwood; three sisters, Lucy
passed away on March 1, Funeral services were held from Funeral services will be conducted Hall, Nellie Sands and Jane Johnson -
and was buried March 6 the Richardson Chapel' on Thursday Saturday afternoon 1 (P.m. at Bahamas. Funeral services
wish 1959 to thank the many friends In Appreciation April 2 with burial In ,,Lincoln the Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. wdll be conducted in the draped
for flowers, cards, telegrams, donations Memorial Park. Burial will be in Evergreen on Friday 11 am. Burial in Lincoln
of cash. Especially do we Appreciation Is hereby expressed + Cemetery Cemetery.
thank the House: of Albert Fun- for the wonderful coop- Mrs. Elizabeth Flemings, 1969
eral Home and others ,who were eration and service rendered by NW 3rd ave., died at home on Dorothy Phillips t 2185 NW
wonderful to us and Rev. S. the doctors and nurses in the private March 28. The body was shippedto 73rd st. died in Jackson Memo- CARD OF THANKSWe
so A. Thomas for the kind wordsof ward of the Jackson Memo- Valdosta, Ga. for burial. rial Hospital March 28. She is
cemfort, the Christian Aid Society rial Hospital during the illnessof survived by her parents, Sallio wish to express our sincere<
of Mt. Sinai Baptist my neice, the late Mrs. Fran- Mrs. Annie Gcrmon. 1803% Phillips and Wesley Phillips and thanks and appreciation to the
Church, the Christian Service ces Chestnut Williams. NW 1st court died in the Para- other relatives. The body was many friends, our neighbors, our
Prayer Fellowship the Home. Mrs. Rebecca L Ross villa Convalescent Home on April shipped March 31 to Sopertan, pastor and the Range Funeral'
1. Funeral Home for remembrances and ser
Mssion! Society of Mt. Tabor arrangements tenta- Ga. for final rite !
tively set for Monday at 2 pm. vices during the illness and recent -
Mist Church the Amarant
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BTI Curt;: No.3, Square Circle'I IN MEMORIAM from the chapel. Peggy Hall of 2221 NW 64th : death of our Jpved one,

Club Victoria Court St., died at Jackson Memorial
Sportsmen In sad but loving amemory of -
Infant Baby Brooks, son 72 Progressive Chapter No.
No. dear
our father, mother and sister
29 OES, the Community Club of and Mrs Wille Brooks, Jr., was vived by two sons, Alfred and
Opa Locka, Kazah Court No. 17, ',,r ., ,k laid to rest In the Evergreen Me- Irvin, one daughter, Ruth Williams I t kVH
Daughters of Isis, Miami Worthy 'I ..' morial Cemetery March 31. The body was shipped to
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Matron Council, Eureka ChapterNo. .,, Thomasville, Ga.
96 OES, i Range . .
I Earlie Shqpard of 1432 NW
May God bless each of you. I Rev James Nolan Byrd of 1895 69th terr., died at Jackson Memorial -
Mr. Ira Maddox, son I NW 69th st., died in Jackson Hospital March 28. She is
Mrs. Cora Solomon, Memorial Hospital March 26. He survived by her husfband, Willie
,grand daughter "' I was pastor of one of Miami'sleading Shephard. Funeral services will
Elizabeth Maddox, be conducted Friday, 2:30: pan at
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grand daughter St. Luke Baptist Church with
:Mr. James Boykins, .. Rev. P. W. Williams officiating
grandson Burial will be In Evergreen
Thomas Williams, a Cemetery
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grandson r fof
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Herman Maddox, grand son Harrison severs 2370 NW ;
And a host of other relatives F 64>:'ih st., died at his: residence on 1
. I I March 29. He is survived by hismother
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IN MEMORIAMIn ',' .'., Leila Cheevers, three
\ children, Geneva, Henry and Jes-
sad but loving memory of I tene.' Funeral services will be
our dear son and brother ,.. .
; / J '-- < -'-- conducted at Church of God in --. .

2 s : ','X : ',; : churches (Mt. Tabor Christ, Monday, April 6 at 1:30: JAMES WILLIAMSwho
li '. ; Church for with Elder Gamble officiating -
/ ) mapy years.
Baptist p.m.
.. 4 ,t; : ', ''. ; departed this life on March
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.. " ",' -> ' '*'"(>(I"" "' He also served as secretary of Burial in Lincoln Cemetery 22 May God bless you one and
the Florida Baptist East Coast
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JAMES
MR. survived Miller 1343AJ
is of
Association Rev. Byrd
Mrs Mattie B, Williams, wife
.. .. ;,' NW 5th ave., died at Jackson And family
r Hospital March 31. He Is survived -
IN MEMORIAMIn by his wife, Eva Miller Fun-
eral services will be conducted in
memory of our dear sister, the chapel Tuesday, April 17 at Don't Fret Fight!
11 am Burial will be in Lincoln.

Join The NAACP
Charles Bethel of 1010A NW
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1 .,aJ.e' KNOW YOUR FUNERAL DIRECTOROur


sole purpose Is t& serve you In your darkest hour.
a I Death, as our dictionary describes It Is the cessation of lift and
along with It some small way or another goes our strength at
a. i :cr that particular time. Some of us when It occurs, are plagued by
.,, 4': ,4 so. called (body hustlers) that art paid handsome. feet by to
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called Funeral Directors, for their services, which In some wayor
JAMES A. JONES ffa another Is charged back to the family that la being served.
who departed this life April 7, 1 I do think that as a fellow human being, a sltlzen a neighborand ,
1955. Gene; but not forgotten. a friend to the entire public, It not fair to you, who are Buffering .
May ,he rest In peace. ..... J I' from the lost of a dear loved one. Now It the time to do
Mrs. Albertha Jones, mother qW q. -- something about! It. Here are some helpful hints that will help
Rev. G. G. Jones, father MRS. MIRIAM SMITH do away with unethical practice.
Walter Jones, brother, N.Y. I ; I
Elva Ferguson, sister, N.Y. ; J i 2 1.-Meet your funeral director, know him well, through
2 nieces, 2 nqlhews your organizations, such as your churches, social
and civic groupings, etc., before you need one.

IN MEMORIAMIn 4 I who MRS.passed BULAH away SCOTT March 31, 2.-Know your friend, neighbor. and minister, who you

kvlnj memory of our dear i 1956. We loved her but Gwi loved will depend on at that time for Information.

mother, her best. 3.Know your standard organizations well, before
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Mamie Warren, sister
with them.
being affiliated
t Bertha Robinson, sister
Maude Jackson, sister 4.Know how much time It needed, to make your
choice of funeral hornet to serve you at that time.

IN MEMORIAMIn B.(-Time It an Important element, never rush Into.
memory of the late something that will bring regrets later.

6.-Make sure that the funeral home location It near
est to you, for your convenience..

7.-Know your standard Insurance companies, and the
amount of coverage you have.

8.-Know your rights a. a client of. a funeral director,
and what you are entitled to, etc.
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__ 9.-Above all, be persuaded by your own opinion, the
Vrf, AiJttm i&,t-w**,*,* -- COlt Is your desire only.

t MRS. BLANCHE ROBERTSwho 10.-Know your eligibility for Social Security, Veterans,
T + Btnefttt, and Workman Compensation.These .
passed into the Great Beyond -
eJT. April 2, 1966. art a few things you can use at a guide In your. telec
need
. Gone but forgotten. tlone In Funeral Dlrectort. There are to many things that
r There's an open gate at the end consideration, eo If you are Interested don't feel, that you are
of the road. Imposing upon us, we Invite you to come In, call or write to ut
Through which each must go for any Information that will benefit you Your Servant to

MRS. DIANA CASH alone, serve you bstter.
in the light we cannotsee
there
And
2 1948.
who passed away April ,
Gone, but not forgotten. claims His own VICTOR J. BAIN, F.D.

forgotten Friends us .smile, when may; at think times we they have see Our The Father Smiths FamilyMATTHEW - I<: i I BAIN'S. FUNERAL HOME


But little know the heartaches, WILLIE GOLDSMITH,
Our smiles hide all the while. AMEZ who died April 2, 1858, and wa! Miami, Florida HI 6-1173.. Business
You still live In .our memory N.W. 5th Are. laid to rest April 8, 1958. Gone
1828
Remilda Dames, daughter Rev. Daniel Pridgen pastor bnot. forgotten.Mrs. 3187 Douglas Road HI 3-6748 Re.ldenceCARDSMEMORIALS

Mae Elizabeth Allen Clark daughter daughter Sunday School _............ 9:45 am Rosa Bell Goldsmith wife,
Wattle Johnson Morning Worship ............ 11 am
daughter
And Family'
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And family Evening worship
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THE MIAMI TIMES=:'The ''Pe ples' Newspaper" Greenfield, director '. and. chair- I Home Alertness YMCA MarriageInstitute
man of tea JP\
PAGE 16 ' SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1959 ,- tale *jjny:! 'Course Offered
:Deceiribef 1;HUateah Civic and to Open
Church Ladle' ,': Mrs. ;'Long' and The public Is invited to attend ,...
Mrs. C. Arnold.Musioalei three free J lectures and ,demon- The George Washington: Car-
.strations on home alertness, the Branch YMCA. presents its
ver
Plans Completed for : ((Ensemble. ) and first of which will begin at 8 pin. fifth marriage and Family Insti-
stereo background, compliments,
Monday, April 6 at the North- I tute. The first session of the institute -
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of Beucea. Solomon' western Senior High School, room I is geared primarily to
Spend y6ur birthmontti with u's. I No.7. The two following meet high school seniors and will be
/i Calendar TeaThe ings in the series will take place held in the auditorium of the
The Calendar Tea Committee : at the same fcjme and ,place on YMCA, Friday, April 10 at 9 am.
Includes Lloma Green, chairman Monday, April 13 and 20. I Two films, "Roots of Happiness,"
Women's Co-op; Mrs. Rose Tucker i The class will be taught byMiss and "Marriage Is Partnership"will
a
Dade County Young DemO- No. 42; Mrs. Blllie Pitts, president -
president, 'chairman; Mrs. Geraldine Jackson, R.N., be reviewed. A discussion
cratic Association invites the and chairman. Johnnie Y Pa'iiton' chairman of I Civil Defense staff, assisted by group will follow, led by Mrs.
public to its Seventh Annual April Re-Activation: Health Tea. Table and .program; Dr. J. O. Mrs. Jessie M. Smith. a member Estell Sudnow from the ,Jewish
Calendar Tea, April 12, from 4 Center, proprietress, Mrs. S. Harris -
Brown, is president of the YOUTH .of the Dade County Civil Defense Family Service and M1.sJoan I.
to 6 p.m. at the Jim Jam Club and C. Coffee. Chairman and Democratic Association. Corps.
I Gross from the Family Service
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NW 75th *t. and 19th ave. cochairmanMay '/; Bureau.

.;.,., The theme for the occasion is =: Sphinx Civic Club, Inc. : .".. .. ,,,' 1 .. r The second session scheduled
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A. W Brooks, president, ,
'Civil Rights, -Voter Registra Mrs. Plaza for AprU"16 is geared primarily
tion. The Rev Aaron D, Hall, J. MoFadgon, chairman and hostesses 9-6689 Hour: 10.1 to adults::.. Discussion groups will
pastor of Ebenezer: Methodist are the' auxiliary: of the 5.8 be led by Mrs. Louise Alpert of
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Church will offer the: invocation, Sphinx. THE YAEGER CLINIC. Children's1 Service.
and "Mrs. Bailie HunterRosswill June Women's Co-op: Mrs. ...
give the occasion. The Rose Tucker (Opa Locka) presi- General Practice Obstetrics .-
speaker. Father Theodore Gib- dent and Mrs. Spears, chairman Naturopathic ,MEDICINE Chiropractic Support Your
son, vicar' of Christ Episcopal Ida M.
July The Register YMCA MembershipDrive
Church, will be introduced by the Pageant and Tam Club No. 142 1177 N.W. 62nd. Street Miami, Florida

Rev Sylvester A, Cousin, minds- Daughter Marie Brady, president; ... .
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ter of Greater Bethel AME Rivers chairman of
Dt. Hester ,

Church made by. Albert The response D. Moore,will manager be- tea missioner table, of grand Tarn assistant Club, Daughter com- IfPi;' ab"n.h:...-"a...-0..nvrrr.-.m-rr.'I....!V..o!:?;!.'V!n.'!Y..nv.r.'.....V Xv 1vvr.v.vr.!V.!i.V!....V Xt,!V...nv1r.t,!V.!......o..g.a.'a..f.*;fi aru V V....*.a.t.1?.:.;.:.'./rvovrrvvr.yr.,V At,,:V;:. V..V....,........V.....a.a.a.v/Z'oon....,..........nuSvrv/rr.... ; .' a.. .,1 i-J

of the Central Life InsuranceCo. Josephine Dunn, also {cast grand

nounce., and.the Rev.benedictiop.Hall will, pro-. daughter August ruler.- Sir John Hotel Em- i:I, Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From |

Calendar months tea table hosts ployees: S. Rabin, manager: Mrs. :
and hostesses for 1959 are: Blanche' Calloway )Jones) ;, social 4 i VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645 R.
School of
January Sunlight hostess 'U'
Beauty Culture, D. A. Julius, September South Miami Citizens 1 Of
Prop., Mrs. D. Brown, chairman Political and Business '..,te
February The Greater Mi- Group, Mrs. E. Curry, chairman. I h
ami Urban League Guild, Mrs. M. October Beautician Unit No. .. ,,'
K. Reid, president( ; Mrs D, Yae- 7, Mrs. M Muldropresident, \n '
ger and J. Plessy, chairman and Christa Lee Cooper, chairman rt
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co-chairman. November Fine Arts Con-
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March Beauticians League servatory of Music, Mrs. R. W. m i '" r
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We had such overflow business on Easter Day that --
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we are repeating our offer this Sunday. _

\ ADAMS. the Photographer will make FULL COLOR i s ?Os iNlPwr A..a.aw K
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I EASTER photographs in the beautiful patio of the

\ ,Sir',John Hotel. WHY PAY RENT ?

II Prices From $1.00 for

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Only 1 mortgage to pay on these 3 or 4 Bedroom CBS brand new homes t fa
Ideal living. City water. If, have this lovely then
you not yet seen area, fi
Want A Trip To ) you are missing your opportunity of a life time. Any deposit will hold: ,>.<..
I one. Buy now. See models. at ,1410 1420 N.E. 152nd Street. Open this ,X'

New York Sunday for inspection. #ac K;.


The NAACP national convention will be held in New Opa Locka >0o..- Custom Built Duplex !

'York City from July 13.to '19, 1959. $795 Down t Completely furnished, .CBS. Large '-I!.
lot, city water, close to shopping .
YOU can earn a round-trip to this convention by train bedroom-, gorgeous CBS homes.. and buses. See 1402 NW 56th St. }Me I
Only one mortgage, no closing $1495 down. Landscaped. A nice

Call FR 7-4831 for detailsor costs. Built-in oven and range. In clean piece of valuable property.
our opinion price and terms cannotbe Priced right. 'A good buy.
attend kick-off buffet at Sir John 535 Club on beat. Close to public and high
schools. Just exquisite. A deposit I
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 6TH will hold. Hurry! JUST FINISHED Custom built
3-bedrooms, 2 baths, lovely CBS
home. Closed garage, harwood

4- Brown Sub CBS floors. tiled roof, nice front porch.
$995 Down City water. In area of nice CBSJ
home. Closed garage, hardwood
TV SICK ? Going up now, 2 brand new 3-bed- at. Buses. $2,500 down. Nice neighbors. .
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room CBS homes. Will have Venetian Quiet III!
r blinds, shower doors. Modelsto
Then dial FR 4.20449 a.m. to 9 p.m. show. Pick your own colors now I RestaurantGrosses

$800 week. H
SAME DAY SERVICE 104x209 corner
60 car parking.! Fully equipped
;t ALL MAKES ALL MODELS f Brand New No Closing Costs tables, chairs, counters: soda XI
it t $495 Down fountain, beer license applied for.

Picture Tube Special ;r 2bedroom North Miami CBS Beach homes in lovely. boxes Liquor and license cigarette available machines music payrent H.(

area. Separate 5 ,t
year lease with 5-year re tU
21-lnch--$29.9S
17-lnch-$22.95
living room, large all jalousied newal. Also
option
: to purchase.jtBest
N dining room, kitchen, 'all modern ,
Liberty
O City location. Ideal 'J 1t#
bathroom
carporte and breezeway;
b spot for drivein. Call
SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night ...............s.... $2.50 Move right in. show. We have keys. us at once to fUt,t .

Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges S,.


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