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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: April 11, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00645
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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. "Rooftop Bandits" CaughtMetro Use of White Pools inFringe ,'.1

( police sotted a big safe contained $200 in cash and $60q
in the rear of a truck early Wednesday I in Israeli bonds and $98 in. :

members and of nabbed Dade's two suspected notorious"rooftop" [ change. Areas Urged

They were gang. captured before The use of White city swim cayne Boulevard ,
their latest 'break-In was dlscov- GUNWIELDING ming pools ,in. fringe areas to The group was made upof
: teach Negro youngsters to swim representatives of the Reh.cTou.YMCA. : ,
ed.Captured at Coral Reef Drive WAITER GETS was Urged this week, as a committee Boy Scouts, municipal
(SW 152nd' street) and U S. 1 r s 5 YEARSSamuel of professionals met to recreation departments volun-
were William Morris 'Baker, 20 plan and publicize a year-round\ teer rescue teams, mothers'aqu.
of 3977 Washington Ave., andThomas Otis Carter, a un- program of water safety. atic clubs, and civic grpu"and
Edward Wheeler, 21, wielding waiter who tried to kill The appeal was made by GarthC. other organizations interested .In
3865 Day Ave, Coconut Grove. the headwaiter and scattered Reeves, Miami Times managing the life-saving ,program.
Both have burglary records. terrified diners in Davis Colonial editor, at a meeting of 53 Reeves, lone Negro at? the;
Protesting wide-eyed innocencethe Cafteteria last Jan. 8, was sen- persons attending a ,Swim For meeting told the group that, the
young men were arrested on tenced to five years in state prison Your Life meeting at the Red program seemed to be aimed primarily
suspicion of burglary at about 5 "tt Monday. Cross headquarters, 5020 Bis- at the White youth tif
&JTI. An hour: and half later, Harold 1 lie leaded guilty. to aggravated Dade County He pointed out that
Gramoff went to work at the assault before Criminal Court Dade's 110,000 Negroes had 010
Grayco Paper Co., 7&5: NW 72nd Judge Gecrge E. Schultz. The l of only one of the city's '13 municipally -
St. and fcund the place had been headwaiter, David Burney, suf- operated,. swimming pools,
ransacked. fered two .gunshot wounds before and that the swimming program
The Carter's gun jammed. announced for Mays High, and
\suspects were driving a
Grayco Co. truck which was stolen Dr. Ira ) tb t.1s. Miami den. Northwestern High seemed no

along with the safe The safe tist and l nl-UMe member of the National Conference in the labor- i more ming, than facilities sham are since available"no!swim. to
Board of the ? Florida Region, management field was dellv- .uR Negroes in those "
National Conference of Christians fred by Dr. Leonard P. Aries
:Many city pools in fringe areas,
GE.TS',2S: YEARS and Jews, was awarded a special director of the NCCJ's nationa mainly Manor'' Park Pool.: In
citation annul Labor-Management Organization's +
Brownsville, and Bdlson ytI!ark
,FOR MURDER meeting{-.Tuesday, April 7, i in Commission< and newly appointedvice Pool in Liberty City, should*be
Dan Lockharti Jr., 23 of Flor- the Panorama Room of the Bis president in charge of the given over to Negro use at least
ida City, has been sentenced by cayne.Terrace ,Hotel. Southeast. Division of the NCCJ. i d.1'i d. twice a week, Reeves urged
Circuit Judge G, Fritz ;portion to The 'h nar''. hnt been conferredby New board members elected City officials have been, prom-
25 years in 'prison for shooting the Awards Committee Off the at the meeting included Sena- ising swimming pools and{. better
Shelton 'Hawkins, 21, ice man ina Florida Region, 'headed by James !tor Harry P. Cain and Julian recreation facilities for years, but ,
bar near Homestead last Dec. M. LeGate, former chairman' of Weinkle of .Miami and Dr. Roscoe j 1lt have not come up with anything I
6. He pleaded guilty to second the board of. the: organization. R. Ogleslby, dean of Florida near the need for the fast growing
decree murder, An addrdsi bn the work of. ,the State University, Tallahassee outlying areas. .
L LFather Arthur Peavy Jr., head of
Metro Parks and recreation department
i said he had no con- a
Florida Elks cern with J pools;,for, the ,city;'but
Converge on said that Metro has plans for '

I -- pools in Bunche Park and. 'Richmond -

Tlieodoro Gibson 1111 Reeves Heights will very loon his;, plaa'to- I

Clearwater' for State Confab be day the when featured the Dade speaker County on Young Sun- the and next to city* to commission carry win approval meeting ; :. :

Democratic Association presentsits '.1 I
'By STANLEY SWEETING I sector will Include Atlas and ami's three Temples, sponsor of 7th annual Calendar Tea at SLUM OWNERS I
.A delegation of approximately I Temple, Greater Miami end the Pageant end Tarn Club. The the Jim Jam Club ,
75 persons is expected to converge I Temple, and Liberty and Temple; group, symbolic of the founder The militant minister, who is GET WARNINGMiami's
on Clearwater from the O. W. Bannerman Lodge and of Temples in Elkdom, will be president of the Miami Branch
Dade County area, to assemblefor Temple of Perrin; Overseas and presented to, the conclave for the NAACP and vicar of Christ Episcopal Building Board of
the 33rd annual state conclave Temple of Homestead.The first time. Church, will speak on "Civ Awls' got, tough Thursday and
I' of the' Improved Benevo- annual state association (Is The full schedule outlined for il Rights and Voter.Reglstration"Mrs 10 slum property owners .w
lent and Protective Order of Elk expected! to experience many new the meeting will include: Llama G, Green, general to fix up or demolish substandard
of the World. Convening dates features during the '59, meet, Including Sunday, April 12: Civil Liber- chairman, promises an entertaining buildings or the city
are April 12 thru 15. the appearance of a ties.Monday program Spcclal'mu.ic, will. will demolish the buildings,
,Lodges represented from this special group of Antlers front) Mi- I April 13: State Oratorical be rendered by the Choristers. Continued on ,page 13Here's

I Tuesday. April 14: Big' Parade.
Wednesday; April .15:: Closingout
of meet, election of officers,
and selection, of site for the 1960
confab. r

During the Oratorical Conteston
Monday, competition :will be 4 'I' Ilil Iw I

among eight contestants representing -
as many districts. Winner -
of District ((M'amM' '"/ 1\ t
Sandra Johnson. Miss Johnson's
4'Y subject was "The Constitution; ,
.. Insurance for Liberty"
c: According to llolly Johnson l lc
commissioner of education of

Elks, "this year's competition. ,
should be one of the best we have f
witnessed In. quits-: some time."
Chief rival to the oratorical
contest will be election of off
cers. And while there will, in all
.. probability, be several 'dark
horses'" in the race for president
: of the ,association foremost, opnonent -

_ to unseat incumbent Bert ,,
Bethune of Daytona Beach, who tY
has enjoyed the office for the
put 24 years, will be prominent
businessman W. O. Perry of Atlas .
Lodge, Miami.
Perry, former exalted ruler of
Iy Atlas Lodge No 306 has served
the local herd as Its leader for

F. six consecutive years. He has _
been owner and manager of a + r

Gamma Delta Sigma- Chapter' Sigma *,Gamma Rho past successful 23 years florist Perry shop Is founder.for the _

Sorority presented Its third annual RHOMANIA. MissSarah president of the International .
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Bv Williams, a senior at Northwestern Senior High Florist Association fowhder .
> ., : -ex- *
School\V B'crowned'"Miss Rhoraania of 1959." The theme president of the Young Business Miss Yvonne Michael. J, the brldo-to-bas of Wil
this year was 'Springtime Around The World," which Men's Club; a trustee and chorister !liam R. Deveaux. This, charming lasa, .at present fa 'employed -
was beautifully portrayed In various skits. of Ebenezer Methodist! by BO AC In Nassau, Bahamas in the (accounting
Church; supervises Debbie's Play- section. ?Ir. Deveaux bottom
( known as Capt. Bill Is
gratitude is extended to all who helped us do, a wonder- land Kindergarten and rated *
employed by the Miami Times. Now
you see why; h ldfj"aI1
The, "Miss: Rhomanla'' contest ,enables the chapter to highly Deep as Water a creative Lodge designer of Clear- smiles lately.] The wedding will take place April 20 In:St." for deserving girls, locally and na water will play hoot to the association. Barnabas Church, Nassau, with reception following at-the
tionally.. ,,, I I home of the bride's parents, Mount Royal Avenue ,'; '



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t Show SundayThe '

1 T T4V Sl m''In-e S. S. Club invite ber of the Slimline.S. S. Club. 1
you to attend its fashion show Admission will be$1.00 for
and figure dcm nstration on Sunday adults and 50 cents for children I I
April 12 at the James E
Scott auditorium, 7200 NW 22nd Dorsey Highland,
ave. at 4 p.m.
A wonderful program has been
planned for your enjoyment.' Alumni MeetingAll
I 1949 graduates and an
.', ,Fahons! will be modeled by I zraduates of Dorsey and Northwestern .
: ;; ;p members of the Slimline S. S. I are to meet at the home
Club, also persons taking the of Earla M. Higgs, 2350 NW 55th
,! courw in Easy Method Reducing Terr., Sunday, April 12 at 7:00
under the direction cf Mrs, Eve- o.m. Please be on time and bring
yn Tynes. someone with jrou.Refreshments .
will be .
Tickets! no A' on sale! at the served.Support
are ....... _. ._..
Fashionette Beauty Salon, 6838 Tn F -T T U' _.___..._N
NW 15th ave. You may also cb-
tain your ticket from any mem- Your

YMCA Membership;

,t pV BTW serves as chairman for the I Drive

I youth advisory committee ................................................

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Do you own property in the Bahamas-
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Would you like to sellor buy?

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A special 'projram commemorating -
the individual, 'his needs, THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"
and re1.onsibillties! in the broad SANDS REALTYP.O.
field of social actions, has been
planned by members of Rho Sig-
ma Chapter, Phi Beta Sigma Fra- Box 1147 Nassau, Bahamas
ternity. The activity is scheduledfor
Bethel AME Church on Sun-
day, April 12 at 11 a.m. Youth Clinic
Honored op this occasion will .... .-", .,. -&
be a citizen from the community
selected because of a major con-
year tribution the field during the Opens WednesdayThe Apartments For Rent

On hand to present the awardto ,
the recipient, whose name will fourth annual Teen Youth B. Bunyan, DOT instiructor at BROWN: SUB-2-BEDROOM-$18 WEEK
be announced at the program, Clinic which is sponsored by the BTW will tell of placement opportunities (Free City Water)
will be the National Director cf
James E. Scott Community Association for our youth
Social Actions for the fraternity, will open Wednesday, Climaxing. the clinic, there will LIBERTY CITY-NEW BUILDING
Dr. Von D. Mizell of Ft. Lauder. March 15, 7:30: pjn. at the JamesE. be a "ge't-to-gether"' social for
dale.The Scott Homes Auditorium 7200 all participants, Friday! April 17. BEDROOM--$16 2.BEDROOM-$20
sermon for the occasion
NW 22nd ave.
At the end of each
will be delivered by the pastor, This clinic is designed to give there will be a discussion program periodin DOWNTOWN-1-BR. $12 2BR. $18
Rev. S. A. Cousin, whose text
the teen-agers and youth an opportunity -
will be taken from the fraterni- which the audience may par-
to hear butetandin-g'
ty's 1959 Social Actions theme: speakers on subjects of 'interest ticipate. WILSON RENTAL AGENCY he.
"Preparaticn For Farley B. Neasman, work
Economic And I to them. Also to promote better case ,
Social Security in an Integrated consultant with Faily Service
self understanding, finer home
Society." living, better social relationship, serves as chairman for the adult 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-0116
Honored also on thjs occasion richer life experiences and better committee and Willie Green
will be the local chapter's "Sig cKizens president of Student Council at
ma Man cf The Year" award,
Opening the clinic Wednesday
which recognizes the most significant April 15, 730: p.m. will be a
achievement among individual charm hour, with
a pantomimeskit
members of the fraternity .
for 1958-59. Last year's win-- Ncrthwestern presented by Barbara Lockettof EVERYTHING MUST GO
High School and
ner was J. Otis Haywood Jr.,
business Jessie Blue of B. T. Washington
manager of the chapter.
Officers of Rho Sigma Chapter Thursday, April 16, Miss Ellen
include: Earl A. Wells, president; Tucker, case worker with Child
T. Stewart Greer, vice president; Welfare of Dade County will
Thomas Papino, secretary, and moderate the panel discussion I LOWESTPRICES
William A. Chapman Jr., treasurer 'Teen-agers Speak to Parents. ,
; Ellis Adderley, parliamentarian. Participants on panel will be '
Willie Green, BTW; Valanda Da-
vis, Mays; Yvonne SpcAford
Dorsey Class of '49 North Dade; ,Marie Alford, BTW;
Robert Johnson, North Dade and
Night of Games Alvin Frazzell of Northwestern.This .

Dorsey class of '49 announcesa discussion promises to be
Night of Games at the home of of utmost importance to the teenagers
Helen Oliver Saturday, April 11 as well as the parents. Re-
at 8 p-m. until, address 1835 NW alizing the theme for the clinic, "
57th at.Games. "Teen-Agers Struggle for Sur- li Over 100 T V'sDEMONSTRATORS ' 12"
and refreshments. vival," it will be interesting to
Zbenezer Edwards, chairman find out how our teen-agers of $
Earla Higgs, secretary"ASTHMATICS today are struggling to under- J'9'
stand the adults. FLOOR SAMPLES 29
Friday, April 17, the topic for '
discussion will be, "After High AND TRADE-INS
Want simple, effective relief "
School What?
from choking, racking bron Realizing there will be quite a .. MUST BE SOLD "'17" 21'.
rhtal asthma spasm? G.t genii few
teen-agers finishing high TO MAKE ROOM FOR
Ine "
Ilreathcaay see what
you school and we n't be able to attend
have been missing.. There's no V NEW
college are unaware of the MERCHANDISE! *
substitute for original Breath 49
job opportunities offered with- 69
easy inhalant and nebulizing set out a collage degree. Mr
anteed.Get comfort by breathing Guar A. Wheatley, industrial; secretarycf Harry Buy Now I S.,1
the Urban and
League Eddie

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I Along Freedom's Road r Dr. Shirley* Heads Christian ':, '

_..'..............__.....By....RUTH..........PERRY....... ......._.........In.u....._ Hospital Special Gifts Comm.l py pyIn

I have: lately been rereading I Ith held in these communities to prepare -
:!-annugl report of the Southeast prospective registrants and a recent"meeting of the -

Reiyl n of the NAACP. To. I hopeful progress was shown. Dade County .Academy cf Medi- THE MAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" I
all of in at tmes! comes discour- cirfe, visited by Campaign Chair-
a,?ment end frustration at the In Florida work was done in man Rev. Thedford J, Johnson, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1959 PAGE 3
secm'n- slowness! of progress In i Hillsbo rough County, as well as Dr. Edwin Shirley volunteered his
In Polk Pinellas and ..
Orange, ,
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our ftgtht for freedom. But upon services as chairman ot the special -
Palm Beach Counties in
reading again the report of Mrs. copoera- gifts committee, Christian Me-
tion with the Florida State Vot-
Ruby Hurley, Southeastern. Regional morial Hospital, Inc., building
Leaiue. Preliminary work has
Secretary, I felt new ers fund.! The purpose of this drive iso CLEAN..GLEAN.
also! been done in Dade County, i
hope and faith In the work from
new ; secure furnishings various -
with an all-out registration drive
of. the NAACP. because the
in Dade County
mere organizations -
.planned for- early spring of 1959.
maintaining' cf branches In the Dr. SlhJrley's office is locatedat .
South this past year has been a In Tennessee the Rev. U Z. 1410 NW 3rd ave. CLEAN
tremendous task.SOUTHEAST McKinnon, president of the Jackson a. .

REGION-NAACP Tennessee Branch ran tirrlIrF \
against three white candidatesfor

Th" first half of 1958 was 'asT : cne: of. Madison County's two

events aimed at killing the convention. This was the firs ;...
: "
work of our crranization: In the time since tha Reconstruction '
Fouth These events were con- that a Negro had been a candidate -
t'nmMons of similar! happenings in a county-wide election in t-,

during the ,rast few years. There West Tennessee where three
was renre4eive legislation, in aim ccunties remain that still do. not
.st a1! of the cfeet South states permit Negroes to register.

Harassing Investigations, economic DESEGREGATION ,
reprisals and acts of intimida- 3_
tion and violence that had happened Although' progress in school
during, 'the few the r
past years desegregation in Southeast P Ma\ t #
seemed to. cast a smoke screen Region d ring 1958 was' very \y
over the spirits of Negroes in the small, some was made. Nashville, ?., .
Fourth during the first half of. Tenn. began the .seccnd: year of i r a
1958. There was no. doubt that its stair-step desegregation pro
the Fight for Freedom was set gram with 18 youngsters in first +"
back during these months; mean grade and 16 !in second grade
brrshlps! and funds decreased and desegregated classes. After nine

all over the South one heard rumors years of litigation,. one Negro was 4 .
that. "our people are afraid" finally admitted to the Univer- \

But let's sity of Flcrida Law School.: Students
see what Mrs. Hur-
ley has to say about the last half at the university defeateda
of 1958. "The Supreme Court motion to restrict membershipin
the John Marshall Bar Association -
ruled that the NAACP was not +
bound to give its membership to "members of the Cau- tIIANM
lists in casian race," which leaves the
to a state the Alabama
case. This gave great encourage- way open for George Henry Dr. Shirley is a member of the
ment and new hope to Negroesin Starks Jr., to be a member of that National Medical Association,
the rejion. Public schools in student: organization. immunization committee of the As, w.
Little Rock and several cities in Dade County Welfare Planning
Perhaps most hopeful was the Council t< ,
Virginia were actually closed. growing restlessness among Ne- t ,
And although dynamite
was gro parents who want their He received his B.S. degree
planted and set off
damage resulting in several great communities children to. benefit from the Su- from Florida A and M Univer- .That's the taste you get ,
Court's decisions. A new sity in 1942 M.A. degree from
preme ; (
the Fight for Freedomwas when make
you your pflSA1Q4S _
petition was ,filed in Clarendon Howard University In 1949 and I
given the
new impetus
Mayor of Atlanta spoke out;as news- County, S. C. ; -number of parents his M. D. from Howard Univer- Tom Collins with clean tasting
papers changed their lines and made application for the sity In 1952. He Interned in
ministers issued statements. Some transfer of their children to Freedman Hospital, 1953, surgical '
cf: the heretofore "silent" White "white" schools In Dade Countyand residency, Washington, D. C. FLEISCHMANN'SGIN :
people of the South 'Were beginning several parents in various and New York City, four years. '
sections of Mississippi sought information -
to speak out for the rtgt t."
on the procedures they Dr. Shirley said, "It's time we -.9'-
And although Negroes hesitated should take to. get their children come into our own being. We as
in the Fight for Freedom during in white schools nearest- their responsible citizens should begin ;..q"M/s h.l /

most of 1958, the work of homes. to help ourselves rather than depend DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN
the NAACP was made very clear. on others for help. We can
A new faith in the rightness of expect citizenshipand
our cause and assistance to Ne- Although all of us in the South- maintain second class responsibility CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
groes in the South to help them east Region have had to work under ."
recover from the vicious blows( extreme handicaps over the< I
they had been dealt were seen a* past three years, not the least of Although many of us have .
the mcst vital things the NAACP which has been the Griffins, contributed, we still need ,the inspired VI'S GUEST HOUSE "

had to do. Timmermans, Eastlands and their pledges and more from various REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMS
kind, but also nUchWork/ has to organizations to equip tho .
VOTER REGISTRATION be done to convince Negroes that hospital and make it second to ;i By Day or Week
they should accept the responsibilities none in this county Efficiency Privileges Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.

Perhaps the most encouragingand which go. along with the Rev. T. Johnson (general chair- Phones OX 1-5343 FR 9.9359
hopeful sign in the South in rights for which we are strugg man of the building fund campaign -
1958 was the resurgence of voting ling In this year of our Golden :;. is asking the full cooperation 6393 N.W.17th Avenue
registration drives. Memphis, Anniversary the ,words >of Abra- of Metropolitan Miami. The
Tenn. placed 12,000 new names ham Lincoln ring out especiallyclear campaign! office is located at 710 .
on the registration books duringa for us: 'With malice toward NW 3rd ave. Phones FJl 7-4769
period of six weeks, under the none; with charity for all; with FR 7-4760. Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results

leadership of W. C. Patton firmness in the fight, let us .
NAACP field secretary. The Cru- strive on to finish the work we -
sade for Voters was continued are in." -
under the direction of Field Sec- LOOK MOMMY AND DADDY . .

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I. PAGE 4 SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1959 I ....'We1.ave OUR"ia brand NEW'new ELEMENTARY elementary SCHOOL fO&SA & -

,i school:! "WatSfl! at 1885 N.W 79th St B\I! 5.w y'I .,X'4 Q
I Mrs, AlBe: ,QilVrfortnerly;" principal' room homeir '

:;of J thehearty: CJty Elementary of )Ipcation, in duty' orlvrp c
School 1 *;i 'tJ hhe principal. J J t ti tiI U ffrai t )S ( !

.,I:"... The)sch'ooT haNbr enl given iqe: OoiAi ty mete !
::name pt/ope of our former schobj I
Office at 1112 NW. Third ,Ave. Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 principals-; Oarmchae| ,I 'It r', .,, : 1.t\1:
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Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 Evans'l' . ';6 .
Plant at Q740( N.W. 15th 'II .'"..,
.,,"-.- y::Mrs :Evivris( was wife of the "c o- :h;
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EvnnsilitDor tf InMfa"'m''' schools e; : .
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ONE YEAR $450:; ,.SIX, MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS. $ .10 for'a period of'"18 -years: She servedat 1 One. bedr99p4w.'aRrerifa' yt :! '

H. 'E.:' '8IGISMUND REEVES, Editor - Dunbar.high, and..waa'l1lso section ',. 4I-ca lovely neighborhood,4oojitestrhetft. ::
-----.-, --------. principal bf'.the elementary schoolat l Only 20% cash
/ Booker T Washington High. down 't tms.i".r.').",,.-i: 'iai\I '
M OPENING OF c....(. ,1.,._ f
she 'andhighlyrespecter
Up;:tb::he 'T&tiretnenf ;, was'a"poph
The State Legislature opened on Monday.. GovernorCollins' . , ,
ucatqr/who{ contributed much to. the educa- '...: r : :'7f-' 'Ii "
opening message was, in our opinion, not only in- tional life, of: Dade ,County. "f"The ",3''Uriis z.1.
testing,. :but contained some very pertinent suggestions : iI-.o",
for"the consideration of our legislators. Miami TimesMs pleased that"the hoard of Public .Hear.Of dovrtowri"fast: t'lion i ,
jJ 'The governor's legislature slate include: schools, .Instruction, has; >erl."her such recognition and offers ,congratulations excellent-: inveilment,., ,good
prisons, mental health. !labor, higher education and slum Which.we: know ,WfUJie"sbared ]by our many income. Only $500 cash;
clearance. readers, to Mrs. Evans' family. ' ' .

In the matter of'schools, which undoubtedly is the , 1 1" I .I' down. I .: ." ,

major question oh the minds of Floridians, especially our Call Mrs, Lakatos., with.,' .
legislators; the governor warned' the legislators, against '
new..segregation legislation and asked them not to close JUSTBROWSIN'PAUL Great. Southern
the schools. Realtors

j Said Gov. Collins: "When you put, a padlock on aschool R. HENRY LI 3. 696
: you padlock minds-the minds of children." I I 1 _. , . , I r' NE
OHe: compared our public school's position with that Dade County Tuberculosis" Association 4s
of Arkansas and Virginia and asked, "Would you 'honestly Is on the march The I
jfc willing trade our state's position for: that of any TB march. It's a determined effort '
other state?" to get rid of the disease as NOW OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Governor Collins believes that Florida can use its tar as is'possible/ This .should be FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP
good TB "tf a''. Join .. ,
PupJl Assignment prevent wholesale ,desegregation news :filler. .
the flight end heljf oeVho.,., .are .. 421 N.W. 20th Street .
: Any other. 'approach, ,.,,y fce,sald, would be disastrousanillegal. endeavoring. to stamp out the f' n
: *<:'*: '': disease. ? : , a' The Finest Foods at Low. Prices. ', .
However, 'there are. several diehard segregationists The campaign' 'Will\ be a blockY WE DO CATERING BUSINEZS
in par'legislature who carl see only out: of on$ eye on, the block effort: to get_ ,every resident !- Satisfaction Guaranteed .
scHo/ol question. They would close our schools; rather than x-rayed. end: treatea'L Special : WE SPECIALIZE IN TAKE OUT BOX SERVICE
hat$any integration' whatsoever. attention will be gi' n"J'topcrs'ons. _,Thur. 5:30 &.m. to IS-mldnltciri. :
jjS 'me'others, a little more considerate, would not over 60 yearsof age ) ., Sat., Sun., 5:30: a.m. to. 2 a.m.' "

vote+to close schools, but would like to see, boys and girls whenever, .they Uye, .: ... Arthur ,King, Owner :-
in schools.. Dr Eugene Flipse, 'chairman of
the association's
.Some case-finding
charge the governor with following a. course committee says: "Today TB is
of .ppeasement> on school integration. curable' and preventable.' We can' 1 J' n .?
Oil Wednesday, three segregation Bills were offered. practically 'guarantee a 'cure Jf .
From Rep. Jack Inman of Orange County came one to people will only cooperate."

allow the county officials to set up separate schools for tit is interesting' to note that ;?0 ,
boys and girls. percent of the TB cases, are in ENTER NOW!
less than one of the
cAlpln of Hamilton, offered a Bill that !
Rep. W.; county's' area? Is there :any ques- '
would close a school in time of racial st ife. tion that neglect, crowded and .
Then comes a..Bill.from Senator J. A Boyd of Lees- slum conditions are mainly responsible -
burg and others. with the Greedy idea, of appropriating a for such a high rate? I Starts Sunday, April 12
half million dollars 'toward South-wide campaign to"sell' ,
Comes June.t
Metro will discontinue 6 'til 11
-. p.m. p.m.
,the North on segregation.The the 30-month old prac->' .
measure, authored by Sen. Boyd specifies that lice of deducting union dues
Florida money cannot be.spent unless at least four other from workers' paychecks at the I ... .;BLANCHE' CALLOWAY PRESENTS
Southern states put up similar sums. It creates a five-man taxpayers expense These deductions -
committee, appointed by the governor and confirmed by I employees were who made were.from members county ofa MISS SIR JOHN CONTEST

the Senate, to handle the publicity program. union?, The Teamster*' made a '. AND WATER SHOW. )
Just what comes out of all these proposed laws we request for' the same payroll de- tj.
will be able to see. At least, those presenting them and iuctlcrf privilege.: -' i .
the will have the satisfaction On Metro ; POOL AND PATIO AREA
supporters of any of measures Tuesday decided to

of knowing that they pleased some of their constitu- cut union out collecting dues for any ": SIR JOHN HOTEL .
ents beck home, even if by so doing, they set the state of at the public expense.

Florida back another ten years. In Gainesville lle n Tuesday ,,N.W. 3rd Ave. and 6th Street '
Let us hope that our legislators will forget race altogether County Judge H. H. McDonald **' PHONE FR
and honestly consider .whlat a, setback closingour sentenced a Ft. Lauderdale lawyer 3.3381,1
schools would mean to the whole state. to 90 days in 'Jail and to pay No general admission charged,
a fine of $1<>&. The i .
Would charge was
any legislator really votq to close a school because .w
contempt of court. Reserved Seats Avanlable
four or five Negroes were admitted ?

We hate to think so. -- "*. .* !Baptists, from all over the state Of' .,'f' .

On Thursday Gov. Collins again addressed the legis Ire attending their' annual Congress ..
: lature. This! 'time it was on!Apportionment.. The governor have ,in an the opportunity state's capital.of They
told the legislators the people of South Florida were not the; Legislature now In visiting session.:
satisfied with the representation they now have. Florida's In,fcase .they-- do,, they will heara
constitution should be revised giving the-po >ul u8 coun- plenty of talk by segregationts ;;
t ties a better break. on the closing of schools in TV REP IR$
us hope it will turnout
Will this important matter be dealt with at this session to be no more than not air. ,
? We must wait and see. The Boston Red Sox on Tues- It. *
.. Already Dade, Broward and Plalm,Beach counties are iay optional: infielder Pumpsie 9'a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday iftfo i"3.. V!\

on the warpath, they will sue the legislature, if it fails to. Green the'.tll5t Negro to Join
toward apportionment.'I that ckib. In :spring training ; ;, DRIVE-IN, ; :SERVIC. . . :,
take some steps Green hit ; .. 'I ;;, tN ::::
over .300 but
was sent '
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back to .. ,1.. . .
Minneapolis. It must be .. yt .
; THE' REV. J. N. BYRD '. quite a' dis pointment :'for him, ALL WORK :
but he will GUARANTEED.Plcfcp
: Last Saturday we attended the funeral of the Rev. :''fiance later on.w 'probably. get his ; .. ,.\ '."
",,T. N. Byrd, pastor of the Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. It' was MB MIMMM_I .. and DeliJery-Nb ;.Chetrget4IUIERIUI 01
one of the largest we have witnessed in many years. It's baseball time Vice Pre'sl-
But that was natural. The Rev. Mr. Bvrd was not only lent: JUohard Nixon had the hon-
actor of Mt. Tabor, but he was one of Miami's outstanding or of,the,throwing out the first pitchof
season with the
citizens. He was identified with and held office in,the game on Thursday between opening the P O iO '
Baptist State Convention, in the Florida East Coast Convention Baltimore Orioles and the Washington + a tiw coWa
the Women's Convention, in the Ministers and Senators. & e )A-:

Deacon's Union, in the Ministerial Alliance and. the Ministers tr43t: st'RADIOS' av
Council). y 1gi0E i i : ,

t> Furthermore he was a Mason and a member of some FOR SALE + + 1 r + PTO Ire eI
Other fraternal organizations. .
Then, too, Rev. Mr. Byrd was a community worker: New 3-Bedroom I

.He had the interest of his people at heart;, He served, ,aa 2-Bath Home
shairman of the James E. Scott Community Associationor
some time. He was at one time a member of the Boardf Hardwood Floor -- Garage

.> Directors of the Dade County' Community Chest. He Large 70x90 Lot American )
vas interested in our schools, and he was an ardent' supporter .. ,P% TV c gyp.
6635 N.W. 24th
> of the NAACP. ./ I Ave. ,

hey The were tributes well deserved.paid him at his funeral were many but : Open Sunday 3 to 5 p.m. 2243 'N.W., 62nd Street) < . .t. E7 ;;s

"May he rest in peace." ._ .
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..... THE MIAMI TIMES "The J WewtpapeXSATURDAV : ;
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FfaBranenes.oI NAACPMrs. . News . Expression Thanks ing'the4last' 'contest" --C: 1':
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the rea1T ,
,. two groups. It was -
"fn'j j a f . ( I
,. '.., .1.. .. -.' I The Gospel Chciprdt" Greater spiring. Again 4 thanks vary mu ,
Mrs. Daisy-Bates spark plug ..I ')"'t'iy, Bethel ,' i *O '
i' AM Church and'the No.
behind the Fight to end segrega-' ,.. ... : '. , Wilbur Ellison,; .,president
Tr '1 1 J. .h(1 2 choir of Mt. Zioi wish
-" """- """'" >.Baptist, .. .
tion in Ui#(; t'4schools, will ; tj1; ,WalttrThe "' ow ; to take this method of thanking Gospel. Choir, Greater ', - '

appear on a series .of speaking PUN .-_..n.-_..n-._.....-_..._-_ _-_ __ ___ __ (.their friends,, members, brganizaticns -' Bethel AME Church },
.m i U"on 8\1i\f! or the''ffigeWenbAau3v.cWgi1Ir : ; and the iublic in generalfor C.: C. Miller, president i 'IJ' ..

m(!nbu. Ily: -)HIL OSSO"'KU . OatVer Ranches Elemen- the wonderful support bo,h !, Choir No. 2, Mt. Zion
$hy AMrg vkJ4 .byhr ri9r:14; : .. tary, '.school In: West Hollywood, moral and financial received<: dur-< Baptist Church --......'
NAACP Branches .Juring-,, : April --------- U- -.- ----,-. ;wad L hold .hits, dedication service I

through June.rt f -n 1 NOW YOU KNOW" ,WHY" .41 '>r April,, 3,.,p nMon, this ,coming ,
Sunday,. fl rnocp. vSecial of the .
Mrs. Badea1r spark meetings "Doc"" Stork symbolizes\the'delivery evening will be' Rev. .Scippio Of
in ,
Jacksonville ''F Da tona Beach of new born babies. It had PornpSnb. 'Mrs.' Susie Daniels isprnc'.paL '
and West 4alr&.Beach on AprilS to beg, same "bird;'* with, a ,big, : '
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,:gM0& ,J8.. te) expected; \to ,bill. ; I i 1
large crowds to hear her '
to!of exM 5ef'fn I;;\tTe ROCk Some people didn't want Ha- 'Th Missionary 'W'mafr'of' New
J / f wail to;; a' state., Hawaiian Macedonia Baptist ChUrch will \
-She i is a emb'er of the national music which they, feared would have a rummage sale and sell '
board of directors and presi- become more popular, gets them dinners in frcnt of Eleanor's : : : "
dent of the Arkansas ,State Conference "a.l shock up." 'I'/ Salon of ''Beauty*. Please call Mrs. 5
of branches.: Alon with They usually but pictures,ot A. O. ,Henderson for your .sand-
her hjustoand,.she edits the: Arkansas pretty girls on calendars. They'rethe wiches,and dinners. This is for
'Stdre.Press which has been type fellows 'like ,to-hive the building fund of News Macedonia -
the ,i rime, target of segregationists dates with. | Baptist Church,'Rev: N H. .
for mOre '''than three years. It '\Dieting is so important\ ,to, women ,Phillips' faster, ,
has been said that the paper has It's the law of sylph pres r- I i
lest as much as 90 percent of its vation. Mr Clarence White of Carver ,. (
advertising because of the fight A woman who fcan't afford a Ranges, better known as "Pops"Is .,,. ,a "-
Jhalt Mrs. Bates,. has pushed. mink,,coat loves to" put one .on. in planning to open his general _ 14r
front of a 'mirror. She's >ust.trying '- store soon on the corner of 22ndSt. s
The drive for Florida is for it on for sighs.,. and SW 66th ave. J
20,000 members in 1959. Jackson.. At many affairs they serge ')
ville, Daytona end West Palm? I funch after the festivities. Every :WllHam Jpcl celebrated his 1.J .

teach are expected to play an good program should end with lath birthday at his home Satur-. '<1IH.
important part in helping raise a punch line day, April 4. '
the total. These three branches ,. There Is a .growing; interest In t. .'
are taking the, leads So the effort I hi-fi and stereophonic record
make the Golden Anniversary players. They are a.sound lives THANKS
fo 'igreait success. mznt.,
t { I. The :officers and members of .'.
Chairniaq of ,the campaign is.Bishop Bethune"Chapter No. 87 of Rich...' t :f
Sherman L... Green. Ofchalrman *- Free Polio Shots mond'Heights take this opportunity ' ,{
Is the'"Rev. C. K. Steele, F to'express their sincere-thanksto .
bf Tallahassee. Sunday in Opa Locka all the friends who helped to
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make the queen's contest a success : -
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not yet had 'th'fIi polio shots
.i Cliat .to obtain them tree o( charge Scciai, thanks to ,our hostess,
&'l JLf. F Mrs.. Nelse Gross who opened,the
Sunday afternoon, AprlL, :.,;frofn doers of her beautiful fo'r.our -p
P. B. 3-7 Hospital home
Jones. reporter pjn. at the Magnolia
and Clinic in O; "' W. 'elegance
f. The address is 1410 NW 22q'd McWesley who was the main:
: ;
On Monday, April 6 the students ave. .' :.' speaker
of Sunlight enjoyed an evening This cmmunity project la being First prize goes to Mrs.: Lois-:, are turning to chenIc{ :
: of creation Operators and made possible: throuih the teen White,. who ,won the tit.e M" .'
Jnodels students of
were Sunlight. "
combined efforts of the personnel as "MissrBethune'Chapter. Sec-
fEach operator created a style for of the Magnolia ,Hospital and ond .prize, Mrsa ,Carrie Jackscn; If you're keeping pace for eleganceand
."her model which was shown to Clinic and the North| Dade High third Mrs. Ethel Giddens. :, ,With today's trend to lighter, smoother !Viii! I ,
{the class and there chosen as' 1st, School Science Department.The Total amount 'raised, $167.38. :'.
2nd and 3rd best. First V; Williams Carol City Ja cees Initiated '1 more.' gracious living, Schenley was created, .Rln,
operator, R. Rogers; second Ube program and assisted in getting Thanks, again. Mrs., Nannette : ,you too have a taste for you. Try it today.', \\L '
; R. Head C. Brooks; third it Into: operatlijn. The county Greer worthy matron. '
:)to King, R. Grace.Other donated the serum. which will. "f rI
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be used.
students taking part in .
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:Evening of Creation were: A. ,.,
Martin V. Rolling E. Cue M. 'SUNSHINEFISH ,, ', :'.' : 'tift-
Bass, I. Sargeant, I. Fernander , .:..6t. ,
V. Taylor, J. Jones; G. Latimer f
.and M. L. Williams.j : .,
The students i( Sunlight have TRANSFERFor See Poultry our-store Vegetable,and what- Fruits we 1J fk afe! -jar ;'tJ131J yw...8 hcnlcq: : ." ....

plans for a Sprfnqj.Testlval when quick, dependable ': have ttWaliy Olitlltn I Co...Y.C.LUOU WHim OF lUCANCL M Pmt 65%Onli.Iwtril Spits !+
they will be, modeling their Semcf
spring outfits and styles of hair : Fresh Fish Daily
for the occasioni'Wa.tdr.Sunlifht Phone QX9163 : '

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I this a must on their April calen.
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples! Newspaper" Friendship Garden Boy Scout dars. Harry Haysbert, assistant\
director of Volunteer
APRIL 11, 1959 And Civic ClubThe divisional meeting April of the 13 Service will be here to assist Training us.
PAGE 6 "SATURDAY, Boy Scouts will be held This is our opportunity to put
Garden and at 8 p.m. at: the Booker T. Wash- Scouts knowledge and spirit into the

.. ....- ...... ....... ...... ....... ..... ........ ...... ....... - ... Civic Club:Friendship met at the 62nd st ington A divisional School. roundtable for all all courses of our In scouters.Cub Scouting; There will be
home of Mrs. Cornelia Glenn in unit committees, unit leaders, Scouting and Exploring; ,and Boy.
Brownsville on Saturday, April assistant unit leaders and Den Vision Committee Eh
In Around The Bahamas 4. Mothers will be held at Booker responsibilities
A special feature for the day T. Washington School on April
was expressions from membersand 15at8pm. ..
By A. H. the devotional

.._ -- _r_ __ . _._.._......-. --..-. -....---..-.,.. ---.or-...... -...-...-- ;eriod friends which during was led by the Explorer Attention Advisors all Scoutmasters: The division and J. B. SMITH

Thirty-nine-year-old Captain daughter, 22 ;grandchildren one chaplain, Mrs. Margie Wake. I training encampment will be heldat ELECTRICSERVICE
Louis Minnis has declared that great grandchild. "What Easter Means to Me, I the Homestead Air Force Baseon I
he Is through with sea life, and was the theme and all expressed Airil 17, 18 and 19. Cost: $2.50
nt without good reason. On I The 39th annual convention of fitting and timely experiences' per person Registration should I
March 12 ihe, with Tlmathy'Ma- the Church of GQd in the Baha- during this Easter seasons be sent to-the Council office not' Electrical Contractor
Jor, 22; John Joseph, 19; and mas was held at the Fowler St. Two of the pioneer membersare later than April 13 on a firs.;
Wellington Roker, 18, went fishing auditorium March 24 to 29. shut-ins, Mrs. Alice Butler come first serve basis, until a HOUSEWIRING
around Booby Ricck on the Aincnij the speakers were R. and mother ''Harris. The membersare total of 150 boys and adults have "Don't Call
30-foot vessel "Lonely Bird. A A. Brayncn. James A. Cross, International asked to call and see them. been received. There must be one cuss us"
sudden storm completely wrecked I General Overseer, Reports ccaning from the rum- adult for every 10 boys and the PHONE NE 5-3058
the boat en the rocks The and Mr. A. W. Dmimmett, super- mage sale was quite encouraging. adult must stay with the boys for
men got ashore on a barren cay : intendent' of the West Indies, The committees' are to ,be com- the fulltime. All registrations will Night or Day
60 miles south of Nassau, where I were visitors. Rev. C. E. Alfred, mended en putting on such a suc- be paid at the Council Service
for 12 days they were without Superintendent of the Bahamas, cessful program. Center, 4021 NW 7th st.
fod, water or shelter. They ate presided at the sessions.
all the whelks they found, drank President Coleman urge in the all "Know Your Job" clinic, April Now is the time!
members to participate '
salt water, and when it rained Randal Fawkes, a member of 22-May 2, is the date scheduled
two days, they got fresh water the House of Assembly and president Book off Week the week program of April which 12. for this clinic. All scouters and I to Register to Vote!
Federationcf comes scouters should make
from the rocks. They went into of the Bahamas prospective
the sea when the sun :got' too hot,. Labor was guest speaker at Much. additional transacted business this of ... ; 'J! - .. i at
and shivered till morning dur- the Bermuda Industrial Union Importance was _
ing the cold nights.On Convention recently. Mr. Fawkes most interesting meeting and the .
March 24, Captain Edward address was (broadcast and was president was all smiles at the ''j d' For FREE Pickup and
Lockhart picked up and brought followed by a banquet. whole-hearted support from all Delivery Service on
the men to Nassau on the light present. Prescriptions
Read the Times for
tender "Basil Blackett. All of Funeral services were held on announce-
ment of the annual club tea which
Sunday, March 29 for ex-Cpi.
them had lest weight from the SERVICE
suffering and exposure. Aubrey Greene who died at the will be given in May.
Princess Margaret Hospital on The next meeting will be a horticulture DRUG STORE
PLP delegates Lynden Pind- March 27. Mr. Greene was a native instruction class which .,-,{, .
ling and Cyril tevenson report of Barbados; coining to the will be held on the lawn of the : 1 "Prescription Compounding
progress on their missaon in Lon- Bahamas 23 years ago, he joinedthe president. All members are asked I 4. Specialist/ /
Bahamas Police Force and to be present. I "
don. They-have conferred with the a :1
Secretary honorary member from Detroit
on points of difference in .
Mrs. Willie Mae Murry, Mrs. .x, "= Patent Medicines
the General Assembly Bill recently Surviving are two sons, two
passed by the House, andit daughters in Nassau, and two sis- Bessie Williams, Mrs. Ruby Lewis Greeting Cards
is believed that the bill will ters, a 'brother and other relatives Rachel Hall, New York, Mrs.
be defeated. in Barbados. Amanda Franklin, Mrs. Crowder I ''rE" 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Chicago, Mrs. Manola Simmons,
SIDNEY T. COX Phone FRanklin 32932ELECTRIC
Pamela Strachan of Nassau, a Dr. and Mrs. J Brennan of Detroit; Estelle Loroda, Grace I
junior business education major New York, guests of the Royal Robinson, Mrs. Docia Howell and Registered
at Benedict College in Columbia, Victoria, were robbed of jewelry Miss Rosa Mae Daniels.
S. C., was crowned "Miss Bene- valued at $50,000 on the nightof I E. C. Thomas, reporter
dict" at a recent home-coming March 29. This was one: of ---- -
celebration of ,the school. Miss the biggest robberies in the his-
Strachan is the daughter of Mr. tory OIl Nassau.At .
and Mrs. Ralph Strachan, and is
a graduate of the Eastern Senior a meeting of the Bar Assoc-
High School. iation on March 31, the: Hon. WATER HEATER .
Eugene Dupuch} and the Hon.
In a message to the House of Gerald Cash were among members .I
Assembly on March 23, the Gov- elected to the Association's
ernor asked the members to vote council. out It anvwhereWtll
$86,884 to cover cost of land
bought, at South Bimni for an ah- r I
strip. The ,property:: has 255.15, 01 a'forget ,'t't
acres fcr the airstrip and approx-i, LOTS FOR SALE
imately 9.5 acres for an access Easy Terms r
road. Sea-front lots are pricedat .
$350 'per acre and other lots Build on your lot 1
at $280 per acre. According to .. or mine .
the message, only two persons I We take care of financingNO
have made adequate proofs to
their claim for compensation. : MONEY DOWN

i Cash paid for your lots or
Mrs. Adina Davis, 77, died at
the Princess Margaret Hospitalon home

March 23. A native Antigqua, Money loaned on your
Mrs. Davis and her family came. .
,to the- Bahamas 37 years ago. Home or Lot
Her husband, the late Henry L.
Davis, was a carpenter and work-. Baron, JE 8.1340
ed on the construction of Colonial -
Hotel after the old wooden
building- was destroyed by fire.

She is survived by five,sons, a Drive Carefully .


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TODAY' I'm gfting to try and l 1 t ar
r _
be a preacher and my sermon is i
about VOTING. Pretty soon another I
election is coming up '. stopped going there? Until I
the big one . the election of a something was done about this ,. +-. .c Y.airr yx'
governor As for me, I'm pretty' 'equal but separate' facility? Funny -
much. satisfied with Governor thing about this "whole thing
LeRoy Collins, but if there is a is that a Negro women was
change, it could be for the 'WOrse drinking from the fountain mark-
unless someone .like our Mayor, ed "colored," and a dark Cuban .
Robert King High runs for governor ; was drinking from the one
and wins, then we'll have marked "white". So what was the .
another chance at better jobs, difference, except that one speaks _
better living conditions and a bet- Spanish and the other speaks
ter chance at many other thlnp.UBut" English, and both are probably
. there trying to learn the other's langu-
is always that !
Roosevelt Estates the new subdivision phere. Many visitors have declared it to
big three letter word . but . age.: i
when Gov; Collins loses his status -_ in West Palm Beach, Fla., is a deluxe I be one of the nation's finest residential '
as governor, and if Mayor PRETTY of Week: planned community with broad, winding developments. Official opening was held I
High does not run, then we will Mrs. Gerri! Arrington. streets, presenting a country club atmos- Sunday, April 5,
be really "in for it." How can we POLICEMAN of the Week:
help? First YOU must registerand Public Safety Director Tom Kelly -
tell all of your friends to THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples';? Newspaper"
register, then when election time TEACHER of 'the Week: Mrs. Club Plans 33rdAnniversary I
comes, we'll be ready. Of course, Dora Wright. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1959. PAGE 7 .1
I've come across some registered
voters who told me, I didn't THE MISS SIR JOHN contest
and will be held at the Sir John Hotel following: Don't Fret :
have time to vote" a few from The members of the Phyllis Mrs. Marie Price, NE 5-1872; I 'Fight
others "I don't who April through May
say care Wheatley Art and Social Club '
Mrs. Pearl Wise, FR 9-1581; Mrs.
wins," K's no money in my pocket 23rd. All young ladies, betweenthe will 'be quite busy for the next Marguerite Everhart, NE 5-0228. Join The NAACPSQOTfN'S
of 17 and 28
." Then as a few ofays ages can applyat
say two weeks making plans and (MrsMarie Price, president
the Sir John
"Those Colored people ain't going with Benny paration for their 33rd anni-
to register they's too im<<- Stevens, pool manager. Each versary ahd second annual Ban- -
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ant. When this statement is Sunday there will be a contest quet Fashion Show.
made, you can readily see who held iby the same girls and the
the Ignorant one is. Remember winner will be crowned Miss Sir This affair will be held Thurs- TVFor
what I the Lord said, "If you take J'Chn at a grand ball on May 23. day, April 23, at 8 o'ckck pjn. at'
one step, I'll take two." In other The winner will receive, 'as I've Liberty Square auditorium' \ 6306 Reconditioned TV's From $19.95
words, "God helps those who told a trip to Nassau and $100 in NW 14th ave.Complete For The Finest Service on All TV Makes & Models
help themselves. So you all stop cash. I've seen one of the con- plans have been made
testants, Cynthia White and from Try us You'll Like us
defending on the Lord for a for a delectable dinner and fab-
while, and let him: rest. Try and this' end of the pen, she gets my ulous show. 321 NW.3rd Avenue FR 3.1589

do something for yourself. Get OK. Tickets may be purchased from Mor than 25 years of reliable service
all club members. Also .
out and register and VOTE. Pull reserva-
together for a better life here in QUICK NOTES: Robert Barnetton tions may be made by calling the 'f1
our beautiful city of Miami and 2nd ave; paying a visit to old
the State of Florida. It is important i friends . DJ King Coleman in ----- --- --
to all of us. End of the Bermuda shorts playing cards on x
sermon. the patio of the Sir John . .
Most likely the Jim Jam will re- .
oen this week. It has been completely ., xlnk.
SHELL CITY, "the blsgwt tup- renovated and Jimmy' ,
er market In I the world" has two Hyaek sez the Jim Jam Club is "
water fountains. Side by side. now one. of the most beautiful .
One ds marked "white" and the clubs in Miami . Buttenball \ \1
other is marked "colored. Why just out 'of the hospital after an I.
When at Stevens Super Marketon operation (this we learned just rrl,, ,w. f>1 '
62nd st. (which' is almost th. last night) .t. Till next week-
same size) a Negro'can'go, in. the
restaurant and eat and! drink; So B.&P. TO MEET .. I

how come a Negro has to have a --,-',-- ,.. .
private water fountain to. drink All Band P members, and persons ar>;
from in Shell City? I'm more interested in this organization ,Ad *
than sure that at least 20 per- are asked to meet on Tuesday I . I 7 t
cent of the buyers at both placesare April 14 at 8 part at Murrell \: ,
Negroes. It seems that Ber- Branch YWCA, 340 NW 13th st.
nie Stevens, owner of Stevens Final plans dot the club's Spring
Market, realizes that. one custo Fashion ShoW will be. made at j
mer's money is the same color as this meeting.
another's . and Negroes in this Gloria Braynon, .president
area spend millions'' of dollars a Lillian Sands, reporter '
year at Shells and Stevens. Enid Curtis, ,1: ,;,,! ;. L new ."

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school located at 1895 NW75th .THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE ;. Anita
st. opened March 30. How- 8 SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1959 1 1 } M
ever many men are still workingon phi! CAREY
smaller details so :that the
schbdl will be complete in every An all-tim :-'' ,
3. k. LEE
respect Fiesta Club Holds G. W. Carver PTA : : Gypsy Rose
On.1he: morntoj of. the evening c z _
dayjf the school transportation Easter ParadeClyde Annual Tea 1\
depa'Himent brought 805 studentsto

Hhe sdbool. They went directly Killens, proprietor and Attention all parents, friends ..
to the their- usual classrooms routine daily where opening alter manager of the Fiesta Club, added and neighbors! On Sunday, April SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY" t tI
another distinctly- : to his
12, at 4 o'clock the George Wash-
they' went about the ,regular
already long list on Easter Sun-
ington Carver Elementary School
school day including a good lunchin
day evening, when he sponsoredone
PTA will rcroudly! present
the cafeteroium. of the most unique Easter I "Fashions at Tea" featuring the
There are 31 teachers includingthe Parades ever witnessed in the local tcp s'"<"inij groups of our 'community WEBB !
regular special service units a area. The affair is still being Appearing will be the I DOROTHY t4' REMARKABLE
cafeteria staff of eight, a custodial talked about and ccmmended Suwa:gee Gospel Stars Stars of McGUIRE '
staff of three and one and a throughout the community.A Harm-ny, and the First Born & MR.
balf,secretaries. We are all work- rare feature for events of Chorvs. The tint 'bilf of the af-- CHARLES _MR.EHNYPACKER
ing as diligently as possible for this kind was the fact, that ternocn's progrp'n will b* hed! !in COBURN f
we realize we have a "new building everyone-yes, in- the school's auditorium. The public -
everyone 1 S
but not a new school." clduinj men and women were (is invited to attend. JILL caoR or sx un
The :picture I is one showing a. Bm 11
required to dress for the
occasion The donation is 5P! cents. Mrs. ST.JOHNRON .,' 1C00nt
bus,,,load Vof pupils coming to or they would not be admitted fI
Jeanette Kelly and Mrs. Hattie
school'the first tidy, ,
to the club. Men wh.>
are co-chairmen: cf the
Parents and friends are invitedto
came to the door without the tea.
visit us. Parents, we shall be proper attire, were politely asked I
calling you for a meeting soon. to return home and get dress
Come to see us. Mrs. Alese Gillis ed before they could be admitted. I- .."",, i
principal: And many did.

Miss' Tucket Weds Killens held that; 'U the women CAPITTHEATRE mm I I from Ih9 poalondlppdps" t
wee gorgeously dressed for ROBERT W/iDE/ ,author of
Mr. BalfourMiss the event, the men should be "1ft"nntI'1
equally dressed to balance the JEFF CHANDLERI I I
Mazie Gamble Tucker,' setting. NOW SHOWING"IMITATION .'
i daughter of Rev. and Mrs. S.. J.
{Miss Pauline Maxwell trangernAUNIVDtSALINTERHAnONAL
Gamble was married to Cardinal a, pro- I I
fesslonal model, who ,is now em-
Balfour in a beautiful ceremony ployed by the Roney Plaza, was OF LIFE"In S
Monday, March 30, at 1184 the winner of the, first prize in ; i : MJ
NW 62nd
st. '
ceremony was
the Easter Parade. Miss'MlldredHodges Brilliant Color .
performed by the Rev. S. A. i
popularly known "BL
as .
Cousin, pastor of Greater Bethel M" carried off the second prize.A .* With Mahatla Jackson !
Guests present included: group of 21 charming young JrJ_ ( i iI
James Gray, Ben Davis, CarlJ women participated In the parade S CONRAD I NAGEl PICTURE _
Bowens Johnson and all well "
,.Julius Herman were received by the -
Taylor, Edward Dorsett, Mr. I appreciative audience. i
and Mrs. Robert H. Clark, Louis :
Adams, Galloway Owens, Joe L. RITZTHEATRE ,__
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. James Cos. I ,
tan, Eugene Adams, Willard BUNCHETHEATRE
RoUe, Sidney Beason, Floyd STARTS WEDNESDAY
Beason, Rufus Bell, Hazel Williams OPA LOGS
Mattie Kendrick, Rosa Tel. NA 1-7J22 1

Francine Mae Daniels B. Thompson Willie E., George Carrie, Sun., Mon, Tues'., Wed. "Big Gregory Country"With Pick 1i! JAMES CAGNEY SHIRLEY JONES )T'

Jones, Violet Griffin Cox, Rose "UN-WED MOTHER"Norma
Marie Martin, Madeline Williams Mora Plus
Deloris C. Baker, Marie Edge Robert Vaughn 'Look For Danger' 1 ri
Florence MosIe ', Jerollne Jones,
Netta Kelly, Llllie M. Dorsett, "Joy Ride"Rod With The Bowery Boys
Marie Jennerette, Erlene Floyd
Pearl Gross, Daisy McNeal, Mar- Fulton Ann Doran Ili HULL. i IjoGf1 SEITM t1dUrfllllllPSa"eowltaa IruPatwl MHROMt,tearti MU rM
gurita Gibson, Babie Francis, Drive Carefully!
Leola Thompson.Mr. .
( and Mrs. Balfour thank -... --- -a
their many friends for the lovely r TRAP I t
gifts they received. NOW UNDER NEW ONWERSHIP

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Arts THE MIAMI. TIMES-"The People, News liner". .,
Fine j ff ': I
SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1959 "PAGE 9 r
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Scores, with "QED" Beauticians Unit list, 1 is the demon rbit"y!'Our
many friends .are tUxvited': lti. attend
r .... No. 7 in 19th Ye"arlMiami 'this demonstration.! 'Donation

ELLIOTT. .J. PIEZE at the door. ." \*,J,
Beauticians. Unit No. 7iS t "
11lOS fortunate enough tQ see"QED' r celebrating 'their 19th anniversary Monday, 8 pan 8fJby''ancS': {Queen
last weekend at the Car beginning Sunday, April 12 contest in the basement of Greater' -
reT" 'XMOA are still talking about by Xvorshlppingwith the St. Paul Bethel AME Church, $43 NW
their exciting musical experience: kt1kaboutjazz AME Church, Coconut Grove,' 8th st, The public ,is invited..
and' rightfully so., Presented by I Rev T. C, Kelley Jr., (pastor. We' are trying \p make this ;
the Fine ,Arts Conservatory whose I Monday, April 13, 9 am. til 1p.m. 19th anniversary a. rneniorable
10. -- JACK (Ita) IVORY, \11\ - '
director Is Ruth Greenfield. This Hairstyle Clinic at Mary'sHC'USe : n' :.t.q +
show had all the important ingredients ... ... --- L-. \ of Beauty, 532 NW 2nd one.Mrs.. Marion KU1dro. 1 fRresi-
to .make*,Us realize that I'll admit that a column such ave. Mrs.. Ella Moncur, hairsty- dent. .' #
we have a truly creative art as this may seem like only a ; .. .
school operating under our very discussion of techniques; but -1 -
noses; and one that has been integrated how do you get a person really .. ,) I .. .
since its establishment interested in Jazz? Could It be ."\ t 91i1N'

in '1353, that,"intonation is ,the only thing, Rccm' has'a j Juke box with some!
> 'we are interested? of these recordings. i ;?
The first half of the show wasa I'm that,
sure as soon as people I
demonstration. by the childrenof realize that jazz is more than Book Reading: "Tam-
their classes., In music, ballet that raucous stuff one hears, and bourines to Glory" by Langston
and modern' dance, Directed by that it can be beautiful as well Hughes. ;
their faculty, Jose Mariacal, pia aj exciting, it will be appreciated' \
no, Maria' Zlntgraff, ballet, and more.I We are interested in your: \ ;
Irving Strachan, eurythmlcs, the have wondered, and maybe questions and comments, drop us
competent young cast Included ycu, have too, why' some music- a line at the Miami Times, 1112
Wlllam Brown, Charles Green ians seldom make it big in the NW! 3rd ave.
field, Sonia Bethel, Mary Styles, history of art. Well I found an See you next week bye
Jocelyn Gray, Gala Brown, Gary album which might help to clear ;
Range, Billy Bloom, Karen Stern, .up some ambiguity for you, as- it NOTICEATTENTION a ar'
Jimmy Horowitz, Mozella Perry. did for me.

The proof that the blues is an After listening to this album, 49ERS
important part of any (good creative I came to the conclusion that one All members of the 1949 grad-
art school was demonstrated possible reason for this is, some uating class of Booker T, Wash-
by Tally Brown (a, founder of musicians are not popularizers ington Ugh School are asked to '
the school and producer of the (picking up everybody's stuff be tfieet' at the school, Monday, %'% d :
show)) and a Jazz combo made and selling It, In a,, livid' fprm to April/ 13, It is ,urgent that you attend -
up of faculty members under the a "popular" audience). Ancth'er, : this meeting' because reunion 1; -
Direction of Charles Austin. reason could be, they have the time is"getting closer and $* *
musical sensibility which .prevents closer. Please be present Time 8
:Highlighting the second half of such; they are, too, 'aware -. t
the show'were songs from that you can only play so muchof 1 yY
"Threepenny Opera," the unique another person. Finally,' they -
musical comedy by Kurt Weill have ideas of their own. The ; ,.
which is still playing to rave aud- basis for my premise is demon-
iences off Broadway. Tally strated by HANK JONES, CAN- ATTENTIONFOR
Brown, singing both roles of NQN1BALL ADDERLEY, MILES
Jenny and Lucy, performed ma'g-' DAVIS, SAM JONES and ART ,
ic. She is a must if you can catch BLAKEY on this LP, as they
her in future. engagement Brilliantly -, clearly express my term: .one's FOR SALETwo
assisting her as Mack the own ideas.
Knife was Boris Pritcher. As for brother" HANK JONES house on four lot for
with his musing style incidentally -
The ,lyrically beautiful' section he has Just turned 40 who $12,700
were performed by Rebecca John. has !been active 'in Jazz for 'more .
son, soprano, and Franklin ROM,
than 20' years is, unquestionably,
baritone. Mr... ROM double a. a ''talented musician with the $1,700 down

program director of the Carver ability to reach most people with- 3-bedroom house has
porch, In Fine Whiskey.
YMCA and Mill Johnson Is on out being dishonest with himself. . ,
the faculty of Douglas Elemen These other fine artists, four of knotted pine ceiling, plastered
tary School. After the other evening Ahohi share the spotlight with wall . The' 2-bedroom FLEISCHMANN'S! ..1
no one would have believed him on this LP'have basically, house ha porch,.new >
1 a
that they were anything but the same qualities. Ohl! The. name fence around property. Both
singers. Handsome Phillip Stern of the LP is "Somefhin'' Else"
Interwove the story and sang the (Blue Note). house are newly I painted IstheBl6buyl I j
insideand out . ,also new
famous "Mack The Knife" song. . 1Ij
Let's hello to a truly great ;
say "
mosiciah, Thelonious Sphere roofs I, and fruit tree*. For f
An extra treat were encores : .
from "The Cradle Will Rock"first Monk, who has proved that one ale by ,owner., : I
performed in our community can-keep his integrity under the 90 PROOF is why I '
While his
ten years ago 'by Miss Brown; worst circumstances. 7614 ,N.W.14th Place
Integrity has led him into a lot
The Wonderful Girl" and Mr. '
of trouble, his playing ability has .-
Pritcher. Completing: this musi- Miami, Fla. .'. .5Y1m1'T
been a matter for discussion BLINDED WHISKEY r 00 PROOF N.E.utAA"
cal feast was a Beethoven Sonata since he was designated' the No. : DISTILLING' OpJjeOBiMIOM"; NEW VORK CITY I
by Mr. Marischal, who beadsthe

.piano department.Here Annual 1 Jazz pianist.Reader's(Down Poll).Beat's Althoughhis 21st ............ .............................................:f>.:. ....:t:...: .................:.:1. ..._..........:41:........................" .:.:...........tA'jllr.. :;. __
is'tangible proof that' in personality is one of the E&: .
our community integration can enigmas of Jazz, he is definitely ;
succeeed through the healthy de- aware of the racial conflicts H ; :
velopment of the creative, arts. throughout the world. (But even APIS.Unfurnished liU
his worldof 5 FURNISHED
This school deserves your best this has not penetrated.

thinking port. .' 4Tuskegee and certainly ;your sup a ,great I ask artist that you while give he listen is- ltd' : KK

pleasing a very critical musical
audience. Try his LP "Thelonl '
Alumni ous in Action," recorded at the : ; Or t
Five Spot Cafe, NYC (Riverside . .
The Tuskegee Alumni met at .
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the home of Rev. and Mrs. I. C. I + lt

Mtckins Saturday evening, April Personal Mention: Well Rise, ..., alt
4. Shirley, Lillian it's not "Henry -Modern
Much Interesting 'business was David Thoreau" but am I saying ft Large Airy
transacted before the hour for anything? # II
retiring when the hostess in her
.Note: The 3rd Aver Dining :
usual charming manner served a ;# 11l

refreshing rep, ass. #' 1 & 2 Bedroom 0j )l
Efficiency 'I
automatically expected to ,be ..
AU aboard for the akimni teal! i
which will be at the 'home of the present. The committee on refreshments <

Albert. Crosbys, 3145 13. All NW Wends 52ndSt. of Miss E. will C. Thomas meet at Saturday the home, j U. ELECTRIC
Sunday April ; tI
complete prepaJ'ration .
are asked to support this scholarship pm. April 11 to '. 11i

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0pa Locks Rev. Albert Jones, pastor 1
Publicity Committee
"Let your light so shine that .,
Big things are .:still happeningat men may see your good works .
Mt Hermon with Rev. S. L. and glorify your father which is : 'fin

Gay leading on. heaven." I'.

Cliurd The 11 o'clock. services was the! ., most Important
One of
f; to very 'inspiring: Our presiding elder '
'his things to us today should be the
Rev. F A. Allen and "
me We
; lovely wife were our morning youth of our community. are -
guests. Rev. Allen delivered the (truly blessed to have advanced --
Life's thus far in our Sunday School,
message-"Detour Along
but there Is always room for improvement l'
Highway. I Parents and other interested -

THE INCARNATION In our evening services we persons come out and
were again uplifted by another unday School and
support your
I'I 1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr.
Ii THE MIAMI TIMES-"Th Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE great minister, our own Rev. league, come out and jive the
Jr vicar
E. S. ,
Gay.. He chose one word "Blood". of .the
10 SATURDAY APRIL 11, 1959 Susan Butler, reporter youth your community .. '
: Nine members were'' added to
Sundays: church throughout the day. Re- mold them into our Christian
,Church School and Gay organized a new board, The leaders of tomorrow. Remember
NEW BETHEL A.M.E. MT. ZION A. M. E. Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: a.m. Silent Workers. there is strength in numbers and

Goulds, Fla. 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. Solemn Sung Mass and Our pastor will be leaving on there is strength in love, so if (

Rev. J. S. Blake, pastor Opa Locka Sermon .................... 11:00: a.m. April 14 fcr a one day session at you love your children or any
Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor' E. y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. Lake Wales. ether boy or girl won't you come

There was a very Inspiring day Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m. Solemn Evensong and out and add strength to a worthy
throughout Easter Sunday beginning Morning worship ............ 11 a.m Sermon ......... ............. 7:30 p.m MT. SINAI BAPTIST cause. Our pastor delivered two

at 4 a-m. with the pastor League ..............:................. 5 p.m Tuesday: S. A. Thomas wonderful sermons on Sunday.The .
presiding. Evening worship ................ 7 p.m. St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild Rev. pastorD. auditorium was filled to capacity -
Prayer was taken from St. I Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m B.. reporterWe at our morning worshipand
Matt. 28. One baby was baptizedin BETHANY BAPTIST Wednesday, : enjoyed a nice Sun- expressions of favor were
toe sunrise service.At i i L.OW Mass .................... 6:30: ajn day School last Sunday.very A large gratifying as hearts received the ,
3078 N.W. 46th St. Evensong and Meeting of message. .
crowd was present, both
the 11 ajn. service the pas- I Guild of Our ... young
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Lady 8:00: p m and old On the fourth in
:: SundaY'
tor was at his past. The scripturewas Sunday School........... 9:30: am Thursday: this month Intermediate and Holy Communion was administered -
taken from St. John 20, 'IHe The Choir of St. Michael's throughout the day and .
Morning Service ............ 11 am. Senior will be observed '
Is Risen. The Junior Church BTU ................................ 5.-80 pm I I I And All Angels during the Day School hour one mere sister was added to this "'-.

rendered a magnificent Easter. Evening Service ............ 7:30: p.m Rehearsal. .........-........... 5:30: p.m. We trust many Sunday will plan to be Christian family.Immediately . '
program at 7:30: p.m. Service Thurs. 7:30 Friday:
Prayer : p.m ,
We raised $569. We have on our St. Cecelia's Choir present at this important occa- following the

sick list: Bro. R. G. George, Bro. EBENEZER METHODISTRev. I Rehearsal ..... ............. 8:00: pjn. sion.The morning service a group of 20 or
Calvin Jones, Sis. Lilly Mae Stations of the Cross church was packed almostto more women were called together -
Jones and Sis. Maebell' Darling. Aaron D, Hall, pastor NOTE: Sundays. Solemn Mass its capacity on last Sunday. for the purpose oi reorganizing -
We are asking that you go by and Ernestine L. Hambrick, re:>ortel High Mass and Benediction ol Was It because of it being the the' Martin Memorial Club.
give them some cheerful remarks. the Blessed Sacrament AU first Sunday? Well whatever was .
Beatrice Mencey, reporter The church Is 'not just a tool Feast Days on the reason, it was good. We had Sunday evening our pastor,
for building the kingdom. It is Weekends Low lovely service throughout the day. choir and congregation! will ren- .;.
MT. TABOR BAPTIST part of the kingdom. Member- holy and Saints': mass on aU Each time the. pastor enters the der services at Mt. Hermon AME '
ship in it is one of the promisesof Solemn rostrum he is at his best seemingly of Opa Locka, Rev. S. L. Gay,
Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter the covenant. all Feast Days.Sung Mass, 6 a.m.. on Sunday morning was no ex- pastor. Dcn't forget to attend.
NOTE: Visitors are always wel What we have to fear is not ception. We do enjoy the song I your class meetings on Tuesday
come. the delight in adding members to renditions by the choirs. They I Ito. evenings. Also choir ref1earsal-
Order of Service the dhurch but the temptation to Ml. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. are at their best. every Thursday evening at 800.:

Sunday School .........;............., 9 :36 take short cuts In doing so. The The Lord is blessing us with
Morning worship 11:00: tendency to see the symbols and E. M. Thomas, pastor good spiritual service and we are

BTU ........................................ 5:30: miss what' It should smbolize, to Phyllis Myers, reporter"I thankful. NOTICEAll ..
Evening worship .................... 7:30: let what is easy be a substitutefor The State Congress Delegates
what Is difficult, is a perpetual will shag; of the mercies of left' this week for Tallahassee to Church notices MUST ,betypewrtten ,
Lord forever
FIRST UNITARIAN danger in evangelism. But : with my mouth engage in the Congress religious: double spaced
will I make known .
we do make ourselves more able thy faithfulness work that will be carried on dur- and on one sheet of paper. Copy .
"The Choice Between Good andGood" to bring people into membership to all generations.. ing this week we pray for their MUST be Into our office by 0! '
will be the sermon topicof properly by being less interestedin We began our day win the success while away. p.m. Tuesday of each week to
the Riev Glenn O. Canfteld, i bringing them into membership Sunday School which began at Do not forget the rally that 'Insure Insertion.-Church Editor. ,
minister of the First Unitarian the usual hour with the superin-
at all. will end the third In
Sunday this
Church, Dixie Hlghawy! at S.W. tendent in charge. The lesson was month. ..
29th Road, on Sunday, April 12, On Tuesday night the Poinciana reviewed by Rev. Stephens. pur opportunity -
11:00: Circle will have charge of life must climb: The first is force- ;
At 6:30 that closed meeting. The devotional service was Three steps there are Ihuman the last is love-(quoted).
: evening, the Liberal
Sunday School 'teachers conducted by Deacon Smith. The .
are ,
Religious Youth group will -- --. -. .'. "
meet at the home of Jay Furnari :urged to be 'present and on time music for the hoar was furnishedby .
5321 SW 6th St. Sunday to greet the children. the No. 1 choir. Then our pas

On Friday, April 17, 8:15: p.m., Members still have time to tor came and delivered the morning's ' Get out of the rut! Come and see
Communiitly Group No. 1 will make a financial report for the "message, "A Promise Ful-
have a discussion meeting at. the rally which will terminate on the filled.
home of Mr. and Mrs. 3rd Sunday, April 17.
Tom Swaf- At 5:30: the BTU was conducted Bishop HunterWHO
ford, 3021 SW 37th, ave., Holly- Our sick and shut-ins. are? by the director. Then we had
wood. Sisters Florence Holmes, 3352 our testimonial service as we
NW 53rd st., Memilda Dames, usually do on first Sundays.
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER 1747 NW 5th ave., Melvina Davis IS WELL "" .
15821 NW 18th st. Carrie''' Sunday, night, the devotional
N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Wright, Jackson Memorial Hos- service was conducted by Deacon KNOWN AS
Phone FR 9-1424 pital, Juanita Hanfberry, 3170 Belin and the Deaconesses. The ;M.
MASSES NW 48th st., Bro. Willie Thomas music was furnished by the No. PROF. HUNTER4 -
Dally ......_......-................ 8 am I Jackson Memorial Hospital 2 choir. The message was deliv- -

Sunday ._... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m Sunday is Infant (Baptism and ered 'by the :pastor. For the past 33 years ,
reception of members to full After service the Lord's Supperwas
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN membership of the church taken by all who wished to Y

Rev. James E. Culmer, pastor Visitors are always welcome to be fed If you are sick and,

Eddie Edwards, clerk full membership of the church worried or in trouble e. \

Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m MATTHEW '
Morning worship .... ........ ll:0:() ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU AMEZ this is the place to

Westminster Fellowship .... 6 p.m ................................ 5:30: p.m 1628 N.W. 5th Ave come. Don't stay in the .,qy '
Evening, Worsiiip ............ 7:30: p.m Rev Daniel Pridgen, pastor rut. Push back the veil i lIF .. 1
TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince Visitors always welcome Sunday School .............,.. 9.45: am y
Sunday School........... 9:30: am Morning Worship ............ 11 of the lack of understanding c ,
Sis. C. McKinney H. Mobley, pastor Morning Worship ........ 11:00: am !Evening!; worship ,........... 7:30: p.xn. and bad luck
323 N.W. 14th St. *
Rev.' J. L. Johnson that seem to hold you ;t
Sunday was the closing of our pastor
State Mothers short stay with us. Sunday Services NEW MT. CALVARY itt your track and ad. -- "'

We really enoyed her entire visit. Rev. W. Pv Tarpley, pastor vance forward vby the R
The subject of the school lesson d
TRINITY WESLEYAN Thompson, reporter '
was "Samuel as Judge." After help of God.

the school Mother V, Mobley Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor Sunday School was opened) at
conducted the noonday service Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter the usual hour by our -superintendent Your home and every day life can be made happy.He .

and our state mother gave a Sunday School................... 0 am We had a very large\ at- will show you to bypass your enemies and get the J
beautiful. talk on the swearing apparel Morning worship .................... 11OC: tendance. Remarks by Bro. J. J. things that God put in the world for you. Let the
of the saints as a whole. Young. People's Meeting 8 p.m Sheffield. We had early morning peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the ,
The subject of the YPE Bandwas baptism and 0 uhat' a wonderfultime
that is in will be awaken r
"Sell-delusion.: ''' Luke 12: the had at the water. power you you will be ..
16-2Q. There was a very nice CORINTH BAPTIST The senior choir and usher in a higher state of mind and spirit. -

program .in honor of our state 1450 N.W. 69th St. beard No. 1 looked like a host of .
mother. Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor Angels all dressed in their sum- Listen to Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your '
Phone NE 5-1518 mer uniforms. The speaker for dial every morning at 6i59 from Monday through ..
The evening devotional
was conducted by Mother T. Services every Sunday tor. was our own beloved $es- Friday and on Sunday at 6:45 a.m. you, are invited .

James and the expressions was Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m., to listen to the ,Radio Ministry of Bishop Hunter of .'
open by Mother Roberts'and Morning Service ............ 11 a.m. The following messages were the Spiritual Temple of Zion Church located at 5417
many others followed. The rematning Evening Service ........ 1:30 p.mBAHA'I delivered: "Jesus Was BaptisedIn Southwest 17th St., Hollywood Fla. Donation will .

of the service was in the The Jordan" and "A Great be accepted for the continuation of this broadcast. .
bands of our state mother, M$1fti- Supper." The entire church sends ','
er M. Manikins. She came forth ASSEMBLY get well wishes to Mrs. Parthenia Prof. Hunter's office is I .
telling how the Lord raised her Mrs. Frances Baumgartener of McRay We wish her a speedy opeldaily' from 10 sum. -:
to 4'p.m.. from 7
from her dying bed and healed the Greenacre Nursery in North recovery. Bro. Mark Johnson is p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and con

tier body and the many other Maml will speak at the Baba'n t Improving. Get well soon., sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof. ia licensed "
blessings he has bestowed Center, 137 NW 11th ave., 7:4: We are always glad to have by the State and County as a Reader. '
her. She teached from Mark 5:12: pjm. Sunday,. April 12. Her sub- with us Rev. J. W. Louwder, Biro.
and Matt. 1018. The lesson was ject will be "These Things Are Freddy Johnson and Johnnie One mile east of 7th Ave. on Highway 441 Old ".. ... ,
most inspiring and uplifting. Free." All races and faith are* Davis are thanking you in advance Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remem- "
There was a small token of love cordially invited. for your presence on Sun- ber the address .. .
given ur Mother Hankins, day afternoon at. 4 pm. to hear 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood, '
which wase the sum of $140.50. the Juniors essay on "What MustI Florida. -

.There were many visiting friends do to Become a Better Junior S
Join The NAACP ''
and saints to worship with us. Church' Member" '_ SKIIWWSM OTC5S? 5@1GI.jib: ," >,. . I IH


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Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Luvenla Knox 1 I
Mrs. 'Hazel Levan Rev. Charles Wilks
reporter Public pastor
1571 N.W. 68th Terrace Relations Officer A. E. McNeal, reporter APRIL 11, 1959 PAGE'11

Why do we go to Church? If The '
"And a child shall lead Congregational Church
you, we were to take i
was the theme Sunday, April 4, goers, I am sure a the pollol answers church we Fellowship McDowell voted its to call Dr. Henry Mrs: Coleman Barkley, Mrs. Mary Ann Berry, y
when a program by --the as pastor to be-
Sunday would Mrs. Louise B.
Mrs. Al-
get would be Taylor,
School was rendered in enough to come effective as of July 1. Hostess Lawn
Rev. Williams' at
write a book bf several .Rev Wilks bertha Carey, Mrs. Alice Dean,
pages, delivered
honor. For several years when in reality there should be a most Mrs. Arle Gary, Mr. and Mrs.
he worked with the sermon on the subject, Party
Sunday but. one answer, we knew' the "The Door And The Sam Glenn, Mrs. Sue. Harris Mrs. ,
School, as superintendent, before Christ that Shepherd Lillle Leroy, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
bled and died The '
right hand
being ordained of fellowship was Saturday afternoon Mrs.
Lewis Mrs. Lenora
the Mrs.
upon cross Johnson.
that we might enjoy given all new signers of our A. M. Coleman, entertained a few
On Sunday services will begin a religious freedom; that we covenant. friends with a lawn party In honor Willie Mae Murray, Mrs. W. H.
Murrell, Mrs. Ethel G. Primus
with Sunday School_ at 9:45: ; might that be forgiven of our sins and Sunday, April 19 Dr. Herman cf Atty. Ruth Whitehead Mrs: Lucille Reed Miss E. ,
morning worship af 11:00: ; BTUat dantly.we might have life abun- Longley of Fisk University, who Whaley, prominent lawyer of Thomas, Mrs. M, A. Thompson
5 p.m.; evening worship ,at 7:00.: will be attending the board of New York City The setting was Dr and Mrs E. A. Ward, and Mrs.,
Visitors are always welcome to When the Master said, "Upcn Home Mission Conference, will very beautiful with the many Ola Willis.
worship with} us. this rock I build my church," He be our iguest speaker. elegant dressed women with a
meant 'that those of us who This week our State Church back ground of green shrubbery ;.:::;::::::; -::: =-gt
ST. PAUL A. M. E. instruments of would are meeting is 'being: held at the and 'blooming plants of various
peace ex- HARLEM
ent Coral Gables Congregational, colors which amazed Mrs. Wha- SQUARE
our effort to
Rev.J.. D. Washington, pastor and to elevate every this institution preserve of Church Services will be held ley, coming from a city where SWEET SHOPA
19th' St. and 4th Court peace and goodwill. Sunday morning at 11 am. All shrubbery Is impossible at this
friends time of FULL LINE OP GROCERIES
are welcome.St. year.
', -r. -'''''.''','-, "' 'In our hearts we become an
: ': integral part of the Christian Those present were Mrs. Ruth' COLD CUTS COSMETICS .
AME Mission
1 church by (giving, by loving( and Arthur, Miss Mable Barlow,
j j-by understanding. Rev. W. E.. Taylor, (pastor sorority sister of. Mrs. Whaley, 208 N.W. 10th StreetDRIVER'S

I Sunday, April 12 4s "Go to Ora D. Taylor, reporter Mrs. Lillian Balllou, Mrs. Mattio :l

Church Day" at Mt. Zion We are The St. Peters AME Church -
inviting all of< our friends and Mission, Rev. F. A. Allen, presid-
well wishers throughout 'Miamiand ing elder, conducts services each
Dade County to come out Sunday at Dorsey.Junior High' LICENSE !
and worship with us. This -is an School on NW 17th Ave. and
annual affair sponsored (by Ward 71st St. Sunday School is held
No.2. It gives an opportunity for from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.; church BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
those of us who are missionariesat services are held from 11 to 1230.:
heart to take advantage of our The weekly meetings are held O'BERRY'SMAGIC
will to do Gcd's bidding with the members in their homes.
I Come to church on Sunday and You are invited to join or visit
have 3 richer, fuller life. with us. Our Sunday School has CITY DRIVING SCHOOL

30 members! and there are new
ST. MARY'S W. M. ones Joining each Sunday. The FR 4.7756

Rev. E. A. ,Oulmer, pastor pastor and his wife work in 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter apartments and homes on Satur-
day to make surveys and encourage -
Sunday 'School began as usual
members and children to Join. L
hcur with the superintendent,
l Miss Helen Trotman, In charge. We pray for your help and cooperation -
Lesson reviewed in this soul finding OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
was by Bro. H
REV. M. M. WILLIAMSI I V. Steward. work for the Master. We will

thank God for the directionsof Services- an at 11 a.m. with have the presiding elder to come SEE THE SOUTH'S; LEADING COLORED
His Holy Sirit that has led the pastor In charge. Sunday being to us In May to confirm our efforts -
me on the mountain where he has the first Sunday the pastor's
prepared me .with this message scripture was, "By His Grace we
that I have mentioned a few Are Saved. Both choirs rendered
weeks ago in this paper. music with Mrs. U. Higgs at the NW 32nd ave.
ongan. No. 2 ushers served. Rev. Edward T. Johnson, gen-
I will deliver this message eral chairman of the building
Sunday, April 12, 11 o'clock a.m. At 7:30: p.m devotion was led fund campaign, is asking if you
at St. Paul AME Church, 19th st. by the pastor. He'preached from have not contributed, please do t' '
t r t i
and 4th Romans 8:37.: Holy Communionwas
court. so. today. If you have already

flThls effort is God's will and I Sunday served.all day is Men's Day at made make a contribution, if possible,
another one, br please
can !hear Him pleading deep pay
St. Mary's The public Is invitedto made
pledge in 1954.
down in soul you
my with these attend.ST. .
words, "IL I be lifted up from the
earth I will draw all men unto JOHN CHURCH .,
This the
me. sermon represents
beginning of. the law, the entranceof PLEDGES ROOM
,the highway, and the instruc- ADULTS ONLY
tions while traveling. We are AT HOSPITALThe
following Christ. He doesn't detour .
and if 'We Join Him. He will members of St. John votedIn Let my yours of I p'rh'ncedele and protect yon through
lead us to the end of the high- their recent quarterly confer- King Cole Apis.
Life M a Lighthouse guides tho ship a storm
way. I will tell you) more about ence to memorialize themselvesby

Him Sunday. May God forever contributing a complete room 6511 N.W. 12th Ave. 1V1I1 N OTIIUIIS 1 JAIL( YOU HIM; MM
bless in the new Christian Memorial
you. Hospital The pledge is to be paidin Phone HI 4-3673 I For Success in Business And Love ,., ,

BETHEL BAPTIST full by the time of completion -.- CONSULT HER -
which is scheduled for the latter
Richmond Heights part of June or the first part of '2 block from Northwestern 0 You can now have your home made happy
Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor July. Vocational School Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

5LA. Nannette Greer, reporter The modern Christian Memo- 0 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now

Sunday School opened at "the rial Hospital is located at 4700 1 By the help of God she can help you

usual hour with the 'general superintendent Remove evil influence if sick worried in
Deacon Lcuis Taylorat you are or
his' post. The pastor and the Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted troubleIt

superintendent are urging more Guaranteed ............................ .. $4.75 will pay you to mil and see thin Gifted Medium Pint

adults to come out. v' TV. ...............................N.. ...... $10 Down Where thousands conic early for help and ml vice', yon too can
Services were very high. We bo thin strange mysterious power
were thankful for another day Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios

filled with the spirit. Our pastor Guaranteed Watches .... from WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY
really ,preached cut of !hds heart The uino Cal who delivered Mo en'and the children of Israel

and soul to an appreciative aud- '' DAVID JEWELERS $8.95// of old' In still alive today mid will open n way for you through
ience. Four connected
themselves with persons our religious .F 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR the troubled, sean of life. Let not him that I I.*. blind load yon or

family, one candidate for bap you stumble with him.
tism. (Holy Communion was administered Do yon doubt the existence of thing because you cannot see
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at both services. them?

Rev. and Mrs. Ross will leave What lo you think of the 'invisible wave and Mounds that

Tuesday for Tallahassee to attend make WlreleM' Telephone, Ilodlo and Television poMlble?
the state convention. They JAMES
will be accompanied by Sister A seed before It sprout; lies concealed, secret, silent in the
Hattie Clark who was appointed dark earth or womb of Nature., TIIKHK IB AN "UNSEEN
from the Sunday School and Sis. 5 & lOc STORE POWER"
Adeline Sanders from the Mission -
Society Therefore, acquaint yourself ;;"' ,"'' ,
as delegates. Phone FR 3.9481 ?
The public is invited to an Old 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. with the one who is an

Time Revival conducted by Rev. authority. Whose private

F. Arthur Reed, pastor of St.John's consultation will evolve you ;r .

N.Y., April Baptist 19 thru Church the, 24th.Brooklyn Rev;, Spring CleaningSpray 'to a higher state of mind. }

if Reed you is fail a wonderful to hear him speaker you will and guns, Ca..N 38t Plastic scarf, ea. ............ 10* All Information is I' _

be missing a treat. Bring the Black Flag spray .?....*.. 43* Plastic drapes, pr. ........ 811Aerotwax Strictly Confidential I I.,
saved and the unsaved lor a spiritual .

lift. ......................;... 43* Plastic bedspread, ea ...1.00 Office, loom 0 a.m.-8
p.m. ?
Remember the sick and distressin
your prayers. Dish rags, ea. ..............*. 10* Bed sheets, es. ............ 1.80 Sunday 10 a.m. ,to; 1 p.m. 5=, "
Dish towel, ea. ...?._-. 15* Pillow slips, .,. NN'N.N' 68* Don't Write-Call In Person y

For The Highest in - DAILY 'HKADINtt '..00 UP

I Money orders and Simplicity, Patterns sold every day .Monday

YUkon 3-5681 I thru Friday 7:45: a.m. to 7 p.m..-Sat till 9 p.m. MADAM HUNTER
"S" DS" I

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'THE MIAM|"'TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe Bishop '2; .i'
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PAGE I 12 ,it. SATURDAY,, APRIL 11, 1959 I I The family of the late, LUVERNE family MARTIN of the THOMPSONwish late, Mother Dies, at 88

to acknewledge and thank
t friends and ,relatives .fcy>; their""

I ;w; :cAiMo1EALiCARD Ad during"many expressions our bereavement.Your Of .sympathy'

d cards, ,telegrams, letters,

,,-"I&. """' flowers, contributions and other.j
Jl.-- deeds of kindness gave us an Inexpressible -
comfort.' We are
n grateful to Rev. Purd Brown and
',,The family of the late, The wife and relatives of the ( members of Mt. Tabor' Bajtist
I MR. CLARA TAYLOR late, Church for spiritual consolation;
wish to express appreciation to i LEON ISAAC DAVISare to the Range Funeral Home for
their many .friends and neighborsfor I here expressing additional i4J x 'Jt efffficient services. A very Beep
acts cf kindness and sympathy thanks and appreciation to the appreciation to the Bethune Ele-
shown during their bereave- many friends fcr your numerous 'r'* MI? mentary School family
ment. Especially do they wish to : expressions' of sympathy during s>f Peter Thompson, husband
thank the Range Funeral Home our recent hour of sorrow. Words Rodney and Michael, sons
for' courteous service and the : are. inadequate to reveal our And Family
ReV. P. S. Brown for his consoling feelings The cards, flowers, let-

.,message. ters, telegrams, cars donated, __ : IN MEMORIAMIn e tIr
"<* Jesse Thompson, son words of sympathy and other
And Family kindnesses helped so much in loving memory of,
bearing our heavy burden.
THANKS We are extending special thanksto r <
the staff and employees of the a +zls
Miami Herald, Rev. E A. Cul- JQH1NSON I L. '
The family of the late Ui I Mrs. C, L. Mosley, mother of
Dorcas Nealy wish to pause at mer, St. Mary's Christian Meth- who died March 29 and was laid Bishdp.' : Hunter, died Tuesday
this time and give thanks to each odist Church, St Mary's Missicn- to rest April 2, wish to thank the morning April 7 at 7:06: c'clock.,
and everyone of the wonderful ary Board, St. Mary's Stewardess many friends and neighbors::: who Funeral will be held at Greater
people who thought enough of us Boards No 1 and 2, the Unique remembered him with expres- Bethel AME Church at 8 p.m.
to send cards, donate cars, send Chapter of the Order of Eastern sions of kindness during his long Friday evening. Burial will be at
letters and telegrams, and beau- Stars No. 115, the Household of illness Also expressions of sym- 11 arm Saturday morning in
tiful floral pieces .Above all we ROth 5836, the neighbors of 6th pathy offered during the death I Lincoln Cemetery with the Rich-
wish to express our sincere appreciation avenue and 14th street, and the and burial of our beloved hus- ardson Mortuary in charge.
to the Church of God Francis Funeral Home. band and father, in the form of
in Prophecy and Bishop Archie May the blessings of the Almighty cards, telegrams and flowers
Melvin, for a very consoling 'be ever with you all Special thanks to Rev. Cousinfor
message and appropriate hymns, Mrs Elvina Davis, wife his kind words of comfort, CARD ,OF THANKSThe
and a special thanks to the Bain's the Gardenia Circle, Bunche
Funeral Home and staff tor it's CARD OF THANKSThe Park Social Club, Junior Pulpit family of the late,
courtesies and untiring services. Aid cf Greater Bethel AME JAMES G. WASHINGTONwho
"* :Mr. John Nealy, husband family of the late Church; and to Richardson Fun- ,assed away March 3, at ,
"". :Mrs Mae Belle Thompson ear- r eral Home for its efficient service 1375 NW 65th St., wish to thank
daughter, Perrine and kind consideration he many friends for the flowers'
'J. '!Mt

And Family k cards, telegrams, donations of
sttttk Mrs. Bertha J. Williams, cash and a special thanks to the
Daughter, Newark Richardson Funeral Home and its .
CARD OF THANKS 4 Mrs Thelma Johnson Swift, funeral staff. May God's blessings
daughter, Detroit follow each of you.
"'The family of Mrs. Bernice Mrs Eunice McCoy, sister THOMAS B SUMNER Mrs. Ada WashingtonAnd
Preasley Small, who died April Jacksonville who departed this life April: 11, FamilyAdvertise .
2, and was buried April 8, wish Milton LaMonte Swiftgrandson 1952-
to thank the friends for flowers, Detroit Gone, but not forgotten
cards, telegrams and cars donat- : .M" Cranston H Swift The Sumner and I
It !
ed. The family shall never forget grandson, Detroit Symonette Familes Pays

your kindness. Many thanks to Matthew Williams III, _"._. --..- & -
the Richardson Funeral Home grandson, Newark,
and. its staff Maurice Williams,
Mrs Christine Miller,. grandson, Newark
Daughter, grandson CAR OWNERS
And Family'Message
1 G
of Thanks loving memory of our dear .
daughter and sister,
:A deep sincere of
message A membership in NAACP will $45a
gratitude goes from the inner recesses -' put
of our hearts to all who in k
any, way helped us during the ill- year back into your poclcetbook! !
ness and passing of our loved one,
226& South Dixie Highway,
: who ,passed Feb 23, wish to thank HOW? CALL 'MIA'MI.RANCH.
: the many friends for their kind
and thoughtful expressions of

A ,heartfelt sympathy to us duringthe ,
recent l loss of our sister,, w. FR 1-5456
Special! thinks to Rev, J. A. ,
rir la son,. .pastor'of Macedonia
Baptist Church, and its ,membersTeTHheir
spiriaual uplift; friends

and neighbors for florals, cards, r:
letters and telegrams; Bethel :
Baptist Church and its pastor,
Rev L. R. Ross of Richmond IMAGINE A LAUNDRY
: Heights; St.. Mary's Baptist and
;) Rev. W F Tanner;. Bethel Williams WITHOUT'ATTENDANTS

Funeral Home and itsmana'gers I .If
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May God bless' all of .

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Alma Cordy and Sisters % It's Fun . It's Easy

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,'.'> ,. !fIIIt! I' loving memory of my dear who departed this life April 10,
:. wife and mother, U 58. Gone, but not forgotten.Mrs. .
e .P / .,.> :- ''1+NMd11tiI -. + Remelda Rolle, mother 50%
---..."'. ,.. ' ..., ,-' ....;;.' '.''f':,- And SistersExpression ..

Special thanks to. the followingfor .. of ThanksThe On Your Laundry Every Week
the extra kindnesses extended -
At The All INew
:..Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, Mrs. family of the late, I
OTNeal, The Bronsons, the Jack- EDWARD C. SANDS
sons,.,the Johnsons Mrs. Gill, the wish to .acknowledge with ,.sincere .- SPARKLED
Lummuses, the Willamses, the and humbly (thanks t&j man:, Westinghouse
Marshalls, the cafeteria staff of kIndnesses' and tonsiderations extended -
Liberty; City Elementary and to us wring! the illness WHITE
Dortey Jr. Higl} School, the and passing of one. We -
lieighbars of 73rd street, 74th terrace wish to thank our many friends
and 74th street ,] ; I .
:x \ f.
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; fib: the many who sent donations I "- trlJ. 320 N.W. 22nd Lane
,' florals, telegrams, letters We also wish to especiallymentio'h'
and cards we say, thanks: Each thanks to' Fath'er,Theodore Coin OperatedSelf '
_ tyord,, afforded comfort, each cent ItoiGlbson, Father Elisha .
bridged a Lap.f14anks I Clarke;' the Brothers of OffSpring Service
) Lodge No. 252 F and AM, '
( to the pastor and our neighbors and the Bethel OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK-6 A.M. TO 10 P.M. ,.-
membership of St. John Baptist Williams Funeral Hcme. Your
Church, special thanks to Rev. W. I / kind thoughtfulness did so very Including Sunday and HolidaysLAUNDROMATS .'.,
F. Tannex of St. Mary's Baptist much towards easing the grief "
Church, Coconut.Grove, the .. experienced at the loss of a loved SPARKLE WHilE
Range Funeral Home for Its cour- ROSA LEE NICHOLSON one. God bless each and everyone -
teous, conscientous, prompt and who departed from this life April incerely.
thoughtful service, all of whichis 10, 1957. Mr.s Gladys Sands Inc. ;
so needed at such a time. Each I Gone, but not forgotten And Family.. .. ,
to Sleet in and take ( t '.:< '" \ '..h
0f you have, donelyounshar! % ? on peace yooa- =r'
bell ;mend the woUnd of thef ireparable" rest. We love you but God -loves Don't 32Q N W. 22nd Lane
'Iase we 2Sered. Uon yew.bstL.L.\ *. 't1 ". .j. *I r: ; Fret Fight .- ,: .. -
:Mrs ! e "WOD .. '-ir:Jr-Y. Nlehb1onr 1 T 1\1 A. A. . "
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THSi conducted.where final trites ''will be, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1959 PAGE 13 Continued from page: If i
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i ,) . .. [ Anthony Lombardo, property
.1>: Rev. Wallace tiers at 417-A NW 22nd st, andlPhyl-f:(
House bF Albert NW 63rd of 2055. Us Crumell, property at' 6922 NIB!: ,,.- '
-. . st., died at home on 4th 1
Alril 8. Rev. Saunders Richmond ave., were ordered to demolish
was visit- Flashes
Heights t their buildings in 30 days.Those .
ing his ,
'' daughter *
'pzell Wesfcfcn' of 1'0451 SW 173rdst. : Mrs. Ida M ordered to repair 'di-
Perrlne, ,t,4, who wag the victltp. .. Simmons at the time of his death. mdish were! or',
$!} .\4, drg \ping while, swimming He was a Primitive Baptist Pas- By ORA D. TALYOR ------- I (Florine E. Rahminj, 1660 N\V(
March '21;'was ifunerallzed! March tcr In the Tallahassee area. Fun- I 5th ct.; Clarence McDonald, 2026
28. 2' ,}frtn, fat ,Mt Sinai Baptist eral arrangements are incimplete. 1 NW :5th ct.; Stanley BayJety'2012, 1 1.
chunh,{errine, with Rev. J, E. WORDS OF WISDOM The Odd Fellows, the Knights of Py- 2018, and 2032-34 NW 1st ave .If
Murray officiating Survivors are, Manker best place to find a helping handis thlans, Calanthos, Most Noble Friendly Finance Service, ,' 83/Nw
mother; 'M..9'S. ,Hazel Stephens; . . at the end of your own elbow Rulers, Potentates and all that is 25th fit.; Jack Pinder, 403 NW
father, Frpnk Weston, three tfiste The greatest honor we can pay to good and high In fraternalism, 20th st.; Ethel Dunn, 3833 Grand
., -.:and.''paternal grandparents. Funeral services for Randel truth is to use: You can not marched, sang, prayed and gave ave.,; Simon T Brown, 1474 NW
Burial was, in Paradise Memorial Royal of 327 NW 14th Terr were whitewash yourself ,by blocking thanks. 5th ave.; Emily Ford McDonald.
Gardens.; .t. held Saturday at 2 pjn. from the others: A college education seldom 1430 and 1431 NW 6thct. '
'. S chapel Mr. 1 t
'*- Royal is survived by hurts a man or wcman it
Fj\iheral services for Lee Jordan his wife, Leola, two sisters, Mrs. they are willing to learn some
:'who died in Jackson Memorial Julia Lloyd of Atlanta; Mrs. thing after graduation: You can
'MospHal March 24, were conducted Juanita Walker 'of Washington make more ,friends in two months L i
.:April ''4 at 350 pm. at by becoming interested in other i :
Mt> Morlah' DaptlstlChurch, Per Graveside: services for Little people than you can In two years
rlne. Rev... W. C. Edear offciated. David Phillips of 1827 NW 68thst. trying to get other people Interested -
There ,are no known survivors, were held Wednesday morning in you: The difference between d 1
but, he was well known as a dea- April 1 in Evergreen Cemetery. most men is little enough
con''of! his church custodian of David is survived by his mother but that little makes the difference -
R R. Moton Elementary School Mrs. Annie Mae Phillips, his .
and as" the author of theT- father George Phillips.
Model and Ford" articles in the Mrs W H Faison passed: We
Miami Times. Interment in Paradise Funeral services for John Sim- extend sympathy and prayers to
mons of 897 Railroad Ave, Home- Rev W Faison, and family in the
stead were conducted Saturday sudden passing of a devoted wife ,,.,.,

Mrs. Catherine Field cf 2106 4__pjru. .in Homestead_ Mr. Simmons and .companion Mrs_ Faison spent v4 f
NW 3rd court died In Jackson is survived by his wife, | mucn time not guiding her own 'i
Hospital April 1. Funeral servicesin Mary. children, but by also helping with |'
the and women. You earn as you SINGERS WANTED for
children cf the I
the chapel April 7 at 3:30: pjm, neighborhood. FR 4-1561 for
learn, Phone If Interested In
Gospel Group.
Rei;. Otis Munday officiating. IN MEMORIAMIn We shall miss Sister Faison, but M2
I podntment singing call OX 1-4873.
She is survived !by a sister of vc are blessed to have known ,
Akron memory of our husband and her. Our loss Is Heaven's gain.
and brother
a of I
Atlantic City, N. J. Burial in father, The funeral 1 service will be.I FOR SALE FOR SALE

Paradise Memorial Gardens ,..:.I:.".,'S ... .S;: :;''', ''"G conducted at Mt Pleasant Baptist :50x150 DEERFIELD BEACH in Electric stove Perfect condition:
,W'" ", '.' 'f'''' Church in Goulds, at 1 pan Saturday -. nn SE. 2nd Ct, East of SE Isi\ Automatic oven, time clock, $100
Mrs Mabel Thcmas, formerly of AIt ,: :'m 1 Aunt 11. I I Terr Terms. Call Miami FRanklin Will accept terms. Private, and
, Miami but recently of Trenton, : Their church at Princeton is 7-4812 Ind 154 ,feet of like-new chain link

N.J., died In that city April 2. ( ""4. '>.t beIng remodeled. Their residenceis fence, complete with everything,
The body will be brought to Mi- ,\. *' "'" 13933 Madison St., Richmond ONE FAMILY House or officeon 4 feet high. Ready to be moved,
ami for funeral services. The ", hI',' ''','' Heights. valuable business lot. 1168 $65 cash. Call PL 4-1082 after :5.30:
date to be announced later. She ( NW 62nd st. Indf pm,

is survived by her mother, Mrs. .. GET Our community ,
Evelyn Armour; three daughters, .t,% extends to Prof R. G. George MODERN 2-bedroom apt., stove, FOR SALE >
an aunt .uncle, cousins ,f who is ill in Jackson Memorial refrigerator and water, quiet
Hospital, sincere wishes for a Inquire 844 NW 70th st., apt. 8. Lovely 3-bedroom home.
Richardson -. M : speedy recovery. Prof George is NA 1-6052{ ind/ Large living room, dining
. ..,a rated as the best school kitchen bath
t one of administrators PIECES room, tile ,
in the state. He has of barrel roofing screened-in lot.
Mrs. Anna North-up' 97, died faithfully, served Mays for many tile. 6414 NW 15th ave. OXford porch, large
April 4 at at the Green Home for years. May he return to his insti- 12840. All! Nice fruit trees and lawn. .

the aged, 927 NW 5th ave. Mrs. *,fY ,: ,>,<.'.."'" ,,, ,, t.." tution and work, soon, 1035 NW 60th street. For
Ncrthup:. a native of Hardyville, :::W;:'::' ', ..> '.'''f!' .' "f h,1. <' information call PL 4-0792.;
: : ...
S. C. cameto Miami about 1901. :.:. \ I \ We extend "get well wishes" to FOR RENTNEW Mr.: Johnson 1024 NW
: 'I. all of our shut-ins May God be
She was quite active until a
year :; \ g ,
ago. She was one of Miami's old .l::. ;1, .. .. .t,. ;, your health and strength. CDS, private home, two- 60th St.Lovely.
pioneers. Her home address is :' '( bedroom duplex, 2170 NW 66th
h :: :
; ;: .
368 NW 9th St. Funeral services. ; ;:Z ;! I We are yet enjoying the echoes street, phone J, A. Taylor. NEwton 4-bedroom home.
will be held at Mt. Zion Baptist I.i.j L .t" < '1 from the fine meetings held' in 44001. Large living room, dining
Church Thursday 3 ,. :> '; I cur area: this sprIng. Among '
pjn. vv . .. them: The Miami District Conference -- room, kitchen, two baths, .
She leaves niece Mrs. Mamie Bishop S. P Green NICELY FURNISHED weekly jalousied porch. Nice fruit
a REV. CLEVELAND WOODSJDE sen- rooms. $10 double 8.50: single. :
Milton cif New Rochelle, N. Y.. ior bishop, Rev. W. B. Coffey, Mae's Guest '''House; 2120 Washington trees and lawn, on 59th st,
who departed this life April 10, presiding elder, held with Rev, St., Opa Locka Phone near 10th ave. For information .
r Annie
Mrs. Kennon of 1601 1953
MU 1-3019. A25 call PL 40792. MiL
NW: 62nd terrace, died April 2 at Gone but net forgotten The youth meeting at Martin
Jackson Hospital. Funeral. ser- We shall meet him when eternal Memorial Church brought many NICE FURNISHED ROOM in Johnson, 1024 NW 60th.St
vices roll. youth together with trained leadership -I
were from the chapel. ages home for ;
Liberty/ City single man
The body was shaped to Adel, Mrs Eliza Woodside, wife over 35 or couple. Call OX 1-4823 Lovely bedroom CBSJ
Ga. for bural. And Children The burnout of the Heroines, home. Large living roomjj

3-BEDROOM CBS HOME. 2121 dining room, kitchen, tile!;
( 1800 .
Mrs. Annie Gorman cf 1,2
St. Locka, Ph.
Wilmington Opa
bath large Florida,, .
NW 1st court, died April 1. Fun- NE 4-5705 before 7:30: ami or
eral services *were held at the PIANO SICK ? after :5 pjn hardwood floors, fenced in2
chapel April :... Rev. .O,. E. Turner !, NW 12h ave. near 54th itt/
oficiated. ;Burial in Paradise .p ..1 BEDROOM FRAME, partly For information call PLaza'

Memorial Gardens, SEE WM. .FINDER, Sr. |I' furnished, fenced In yard, 7601 40792. Mr. Johnson, 1024:
NW 17th place Can rent wIth .
lJ NW 60th st
Mrs Catherine Mosley of '2185 FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A option to buy. Call NE 4-5713,
NW :5th ave., apt. 10 died at her PL 1-4751: or MU 8-6831 Lake- Beautiful
hone April 7. Funeral servicesare AND ORGAN SERVICES N side Realty.FIVEROOM. 3-bedroom CBS,
set for Friday 8 pjn. at living room, dining room*,
Greater Bethelf AME Church. She 1935 N.W. ,, 153rd St. .\* SERVICE I bungalow with all kitchen, Florida room and
was also known as Mother Mos- modern conveniences. Located patio, on 56th St. near' 12ttt(
ley. The body will bQ placed In MU ,8.3770Builder near two bus lines. 3268 NW 46th Ave. For further information ,
the church 12 noon Friday until st, phone 'OX 1-3523.
funeral I time. call PL 4-0792, ,Mr.,,
ROOM. Two'girls, large room, Johnson, 1024 NW 60th St..
Funeral services of Andrew 727 NW 65th street, near 7th ave. Completely furnished. :
Goddard, known aspBig Dock," r "" , , #...
1 " I I I' 1 1 'r I
who died April 2 ,will be held Must Sell Rent
Saturday at 3 p.'&. frcm the : II or PLaza 9.6689 Hours: 10.1
chapel. He leaves a wife, four LAST ONE 6.8 .,

daughters, one grand daughter, a BEAUTIFUL BRAND NEW
sister and two brothers. Rev. P. ,mOl'11 :# ,:

E. Turner officiated 3-Bedroom CBS HomeIN .,!"' ,.: ">F" ". ''! 4'',) ,

Range II .
. !; '
Deborah Ann Copeland. 2, the '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II
Phone JE l 1-0081
Copeland of 1552 NW 6th I lace, .
<*!ed at hcrne on April :5. Chapels . .
will be conducted on EXT. 134

April 13 at 10 ajn. I"'= ._ ... ..... ... '_L..........,..

Alfred Monroe of 1744 NW
3th ave., died at the Paravilla I
Convalescent Home on April 4. NEED MONEY!

He is survived by two daughters, let and 2nrl mortgage/ loan $1,000 pay $21.26 mo
;.wo scns three sisters, six grand-
children,,two irealgrand children. Par off all your bilU $1,500 pay $31,88 mo

Chapel services will be conducted Get additional cash $2,000 pay $42.58 mo.

April 11 at 1 pm. Burial in Lin- Get Rid of Those Balloon Payment.
coln Memorial Cemetery, I
FREE-24 hour inspectionNo

? Mrs. Florence Wilson of 2253 Cost to You THE YAEGER CLINIC

NW 50th *t., ,died at the Paravilla Dade-Broward Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL Qtntral Practice Obstetrics
Convalescent Home April 8. She
Naturopathlc Madleln* Chiropractic
is survived by a len, Ben, a
daughter. She is lying in reposeIn Miami: FR 7-4812 Hollywood A 3-7071 1177 tt.W. 62nd Street Miami, FloridaDEA
the chapel where Pallbearer
rites will be conducted at 8 pm. " 1" . 111 I 1 I ,

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ff cause of bodily attributes. (un-

F !; ; 1 I :LLjitL: PHIL OSSOFER quote ,

SAYS: God has made man in His
Image. He has placed the Kingdom -
of Heaven within us. Whenwe
develop these inward quali-
...:"Let us make man In our own ties into outward action In our
1m lge." (Gen. 1.26)). Thus from every .day lives, we will have
the very beginning man has been that long hoped t : for Kingdom of
designated by Gcd as one race. Heaven on earth.HICKS''. I II"
Jesus said, "God is a spirit and

must be worshipped In spirit and .- -'. .... .
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in truth The Holy -Scripturesare . : : <

spiritual, and must be inter-
;, preted in the same manner.
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.. When we see differences between -
people on the surface with Photo StudioUltra

our material eyes, we cannot behold -
: the image of God that Is Fine Portraits

6. : everycne's' : heritage. Nay, we James E. Hicks, Prop.
., must look with spiritual eyes
within the (heart of man, where Studio:

physical differences are nonexistent 2440 NW 60th St.
to find the true Imageof

God, like unto a seed; lying Phone NE 3-3166 ,
latent or growing, depending on
id the fertility of the soil cf' thf
heart. &: .

Abdul Baha, Exemplar of the
Baha'i Faith, this lucid Interpretation II' b II
gave -
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JESCA Plans For of the Image of God Beautiful Home OB

THE MIAMI TIMES-"The' Peoples' Newspaper" Annual in an address made at the 4th ( Your Lot
Oonferenece of the
Teen Youth Clinic
NAACP In 1912. I quote: . Let
'7 C
us now discover more, specifically M
Under the leadership of Mrs. how the Is the Image of God .
Corinne Anton, chairman of /the and what Is the standard of criterion S --
Special Event Committee of the Girl Scout News nings. I by which he can be mea- .
James E Scott Community Association May we say thanks to our parents sured and estimated. This

'plans are, being made by Brownie Troop No .137 also and friends for helping us standard can be no other than
the Youth and Adult Advisory participated on the assembly pro- to make a success of our participation !- the divine virtues which are !revealed -
Council for the fourth annual in the 159 Girl Scout in him. Therefore
gram with a very impressive"Fly everyman I Compute building service
Teen Youth Clinic which will be
The girls Cookie SaleMIAMI. !.mi1>ued' with the divine
held April 15, 16 and 17 In the Up" ceremony. .
qualities, who reflects heavenly PLANNING
assembled in a circle and the following I
James E. Scott Homes Audi1tor-
moralities and .perfections whoIs
girls received their STUDENTAT BUILDING
ium.Farley Brownie Wings: Velda Smith, I the expression of ideal and FINANCINGYour
B. Neasman elected
was LAW REVIEWLeo ,praiseworthy attributes, Is verily
chairman of. the' Adult Steering Clarice Thornton, Sandra Edwards New Horn
In the Image and likeness of God.
V. Blatch of 1369 NW
and Gwendell Lucas.
Committee Mrs. Edwards
; Dorothy I
68th terr. is If a man possesses wealth can
a delegate at the REPAIRING
and Mrs. Dorothy W. The troop gave three beautiful Fifth National Conference of we call him an image and likeness -
Graham were elected cochairmen. renditions of 'Brownie Smile," Law Review being held at Western ol God? Or is human honor e REMODELING
Willie Green was elected "So and the of e RENOVATINGOver
"Santa Lucia, and Long. Reserve University in Cleve- notoriety criterion
chairman of the Youth Advisory Troop 218 and 137 of Bethune land, Ohio, April 3-4. divine nearness? Can we' apply
with Barbara Lockett as cochairman Elementary School celebrated the Key speaker at the meeting the test of racial color and say Twenty Years of

47th anniversary of Girl Scout- will be retired U S. Supreme that man'of a certain hue-white, Construction Experiences

resenting The above their students various are rep- ing in America with a 'joint pro- Court Justice Stanley F Reed I black, brown, yellow, red Is Guaranteed Sttotfactlon..
schools. gram in the assembly on March who will talk on "Observations : the true image of his Creater?
Seated 1 to
r are Elizabeth Alex- 12. ,on the Effect of Constitutional I We must conclude that color Is
ander Willie 39a IXJmv
Green JaQF7
Faye Wil- I not the standard and estimate of
Interpretations on American Life"
liams, Jessie Blue, Elva Voting
with the
The .program began judgement and that It is. of no
Nearly 100
and student standing, Barbara call to colors followed by the representatives (!)f]
from 40 Law Reviews- across the importance, for color is accidental -
Lockett. I
National Anthem, scripture, .
in nature. The spirit' and Intelligence -
Adult steering committee are: prayer and chant. The history of country are attending the con- of man is the 'essential: NE 5-6171
ference to discuss
Mrs. Emma Sslcer::: Mrs. Lhnmie Girl Scouting was given by An- by these publications.problems met and that Is the manifestation of 1121 N.W. 29th Street
Mitchell; seated at far right, Far- gela Terry and the ten Jaws by Blatch Is divine virtues, the merciful: bestowals -
B. a member of the Miami
ley Neasman and standing, Angela Terry, Barbara Alexan- Howard Law of God, the life eternal
Journal Howard
Archibald ,
G Carey, program director der, Joyce Mitchell Sandra University and baptism through the Holy
of JESCA. Not shown on I
Troup, Willie Mae Carter, Car-
the picture are representatives lenia Sims, Beverly Johnson, ,
from Booker T. '
Washington are Sandra Mills, Hildrey Brown and
Mrs. Dorothy Graham and Mrs. Marion Johnson. The Best People
Willie H. Jamison
of the Adult The Girl Scout Promise followed -
Advisory and Marie Live at
stu- le/lllirJ/fn1
with all girls taking part. ,

dent.Mays High School Adult Committee Girl Scouts Together and the Atlantic Manor
Hymn of Scouting were beauti-
Rufus Tribble
Nelson fully rendered. GardenApartments
Bethel and T. W. Bryant; studentsare
Myrtle Green. Barbara Sen- The program ended with the

iors, Jessie Jenkins- Lee M singing of "Taps"Our
32nd Ave. and' 42nd St
Brown Jr. Valynda A. Davis and guest, Mrs. Lucille Wheat
Emma J. Harris. Icy, who is field director for both I Northwest
Dorsey Junior Ixora and Hibiscus Districts was I
High: Vorry
Moon Seymour, Brenda Scott and H c d y ,I Introduced ,by Mrs. W, J, Jcn- I ] I

Dorothy Simmons(Northwestern' Edwards Senior and Mrs High, Lona Mrs. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING i I II I __-u- :. (}"lv..iD": 'IN.ii:fmJlI5j'

of the adult committee. .

a zell Students, Henry are Simmons Alvin Glenn and Marva Braz- I r"MORE THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS I El|i 5727.N.W.17th AVENUE C D11AM1,11.ORIDA r Pfc.n.., OX Mill OX 1U '

clinic Picze. Also participating in the IN DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES u Oscar old......Ran,*,O+ ...., Oscar Rasp. Lkn4 * Dtrteter
are student representatives
from North Dade Junior-Senior

High'and' Carver High School The Largest Organization of

Twilight Sewing its Kind in The South Serving

Circle Fashion Colored People"For .
Sympathetic And Economical Serviced
Show April 12 L. L. BROOKS
Fast, Efficient Service" Call PRESIDENT Alonza Francis, Director and Embalmer

The annual Spring Tea and Dr. J. M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Bongs Evans

Fashion- Show, sponsored by the "f Business Associates
Senior Twilight! Sowing Circle : ,; ...
."fl. Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson, Business Manager
will be held Sunday afternoon ,
April 12 from 4 to 6 o'clock. The Spacious. Modern Chapel and Slumber Room

occasion Is scheduled for the homeof G NCY, INC. 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida .
Mrs. Delia B. Carey 1530 NW
63rd St., Liberty City, A donation .. FR 9.5381 Phone PL 42857NOT
Mrs. Willie Mae Pinder Is
president of the group with Mrs, 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

Mae, Davis and Mrs. Olivt 1860 N.W. 73rd ST. i PL .8-9827 _
L " ' '
Knowles holding the positions of 3461 GRAND AVE. HI 4-2447
financial secretary' and "SERVICES"have
chairman 4240 N.W. 27 AVE. NE 5.3466

respectively. 7102 N.W. 14TH AVE. PL 1-0327 lent distinction to our name
.. 6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. a PL 8.9990 Our most ,carefully guarded assets 'are the respect and confidence
17325 Homestead Ave. of the people of Miami.

H. WALTON Perrlne '. CE 53653JA They have been fostered by helpful understanding and practl
Transfer Service 1022 N.W. 6TH ST. cal Intelligence.By .
Ft. Lauderdale 2.3474
330 HAMMONDVILLE skill, and knowledge of requirements. .

Half Ton Truck % no, Pompano WE 3-3235 By quiet efficiency and 14460 N.W. 22ND AVE. By facilities of classic dignity and home-like atmos
For Hire Opa Locka ... MU 8.0617 phere. '

DAY OR NIGHT .. 1019 2100 N.W.N.W. 6th 3rd STREET CT. .. FR 4.6331 By resolute principles! and human sympathy.

These, through'the "Services," have lent distinction'+
Prompt, reliable service Ft. Lauderdale JA 23474 to our name


1163 ''N.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3-3416
Phone FR 3.9915 6701 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.91S1-PL7.7038

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I BTW HIGH ELECTS STUDENT Science Fairat THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples] Newspaper"


.. ,
; ) ;ti: Athletic
) Association
: Junior Fed-
f. i The Science Fair displayed in
: eration and
Junior Girl League both the chemistry and biology II I' I .
1 Francena's greatest ambition is
departments featured
tc become a physical therapist or some very I
pediatrician. projects The biology
department was highlighted by g Judge ,
When asked how she felt about an experiment: on the need for

the coveted title, she replied, milk in our diets. The experiment News From. Miami's Municipal Precinct Court
"words are inadequate at this I by Albert Daniels, Willie Drunks
time to express my appreciation and Theodore Brown, consisted of JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding ,

to you for considering me as your I two mice, beth on the same diet By Elliott J.' Pieze, Times Staff Writer .
'Miss BTW I shall not let you with the exception of milk' in one. .
Another 1 I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I 1 I rand
down. I project of the biology
Miss BTW attendants are Bar- department was the analysis of Even though the total numberof created such a disturbance

I Ibara Williams and Marie Alford,' rattlesnake vencm. cases listed for trial in Judge that the police were called But
'second and third place winner The chemistry and physics department John D. Johnson's Municipal Mrs. Huff could noj. get in the
James Erwin displayed projects from Court on Monday morning, April house. Officer H. E. Brown, answered -
10A-9 homeroom, a member of the the solar system to the makingof 6, was the usual 80, the high- the call. Mrs. Huff tried
Mr James instructed by perfume. A very unusual pro- light cases and cases'provoking to get Officer Brown to ,go in the
Cash I is vice president= sensationalism far in house and bring her husband out
of the Student ject was presented by a groui of great ,
Council witnessedin but the officer told that he could
four girls: Barbara Nickerscn excess of the number
............ ... ,
t----- y "N Mvrdie Wilson, Norma J. Smith the local' court in quite some, not do that without a warrant.
1 . and Geraldine Benbd-v, entitled I time. Mrs. Huff continued to create
r r. such disturbance that the offi-
"Progress Through Science. a
The case of Mrs. Elizabeth '
Among the featured projectswere Huff, of 2186 NW 74th St., who cer arrested her. ..

DAVID DAVIS those by the following per- was charged' with disorderly conduct In court Judge Johnson coun-
sons: Phyllis Johnson showed the >by creating a disturbance, selled with Mrs. Hull stowing
The annual election; .or the Student affects of vitamin B-1 on plants; was only one of' the many high her where she was wrong. The
Council was held recentlyat Joyce Lang and Scevia Adams light cases of the day's session. judge then found her guilty and

Booker T Washington High i I analyzed remedies the acids' found in headache Testimony in the case of Mrs. fitted her $25 or 10. days in jail.
; two projects of
r I
Hall disclosed the fatit that she
Candidates for the offices of photography were presented by
is the wife of local
president and vice :president of Gwendolyn Bentley and Sondra I a preacher,
and that have four small Beautiful Home
Johnson ,
the Council and Miss BTW were ; the amounts of' butterfat -
, elected by the. student \tfcdy found in both whole milk and children Mrs. Huff alledges that On Large Lot
chocolate her reacher husband is not supporting ,
drinks were displayedby
David Davis, a member of the Shirley Baldwin and Eunice their children. She explained Your lot can be a paymenton
11A-7 homeroom, will presideover Daniels that recently she was
; a soil analysis was
the 2,000 plus students as ,sented by Jeanette Sherman.DR. forced to appeal to domestic authorities this bedroom new 2-
president of their Student Coun- for aid for her children.The baths
GRAY LECTURESThe husband is supposed' to be 1331 N.W. 56th St.
cil (1959-1060)( ). David won the pastoring a small church in the
hearts and confidence of the student physics class was host to' Liberty City area. Open 3-5 p.m.

bcdy in the election for Dr Chester Gray of the U. S. Early Sunday morning, Mrs. Baron JE 8.1340
Atomic Energy Commission from
president of the Student Council. Huff suspected her\hudband of
He was inspired to run for the Oak, Ridge, Tcnn. on Wednesday, being. at the home of another -
office by his sinter, Delores (class March 25.
woman. Mrs. Huff went to the
of 56)) and countless fellow stu- I- FRANCFNA HALL \ He gave lectures and demon- door of the home in question, Join The NAACP
dents and former teachers. strations on the subject... "This
Atomic World."
When asked hew he felt about Egelloc Club NewsEle1loc's ,
The Carver family Is haippy to
the he
campaiiign replied; "I realized club presented "Tots have with us three enthusiastic .
that my task of succeedingwas and Teens" Fashion Fiesta on !interns from Florida A&M University SHOE SHOP
on I also knew
paper. Sunday April 5, at the YMCA Miss Lenora Barr in I
desire that with and my determination, faith from 4-6 p.m. This affair climaxed physical education, Miss Margaret FINE SHOE REPAIRING
self-confidence, I the Egelloc's activities for the Bryant, library science and
could overcome 'the tasks that year and proved to be a success- Mr. Merkerson in music. We Save Your Souls--While You Walt
were confronting me. Now that I
ful and gala affair.Outstanding Mr and Mrs. Eddie Stevens attended
won, I would like to thank Shoes Shined and Dyed
talents that added the Florida State Teachers I
my many supporters for their
votes and rayers. I assure you much to the color of the Fashion Association. Mr Anthony 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL '9-9100
that with God's Fiesta were: Reading by Velvia Gardiner attended the Southern
(help, the cooperation I
and trust of the student Solomon, creative dance by An- Association for Secondary Schoolsin

body and faculty, I will lead you toinette Silva solo by Delores Tampa
to the best Hayes; selection from the Davis
of .
my ability as your
president. =Kindergarten and the dance i BIA Spring TeaOn
group cf Liberty City

The lovely Francena Hall has tary School, director, Elemen-I Sunday, April 19, 4 to 6 2&3
won the hearts of the students Tots and Teens were p.m. the Brownsville Improve-
here at Booker T. Washington. iomure and colorful in fashionsf ment Association wilj present a
Slea;)' Time, School Days, Spring Tea. Guest of honor will
She was elected queen to reign Sport and Playtime and Dressy. be Mrs. E. Espy Johnson
for the school year 19591960. Mrs. Azellna Pmkney served as
The affair is the first to be BEDROOM HOUSES
Francena classical
enjoys jazz, :larrator and Mrs. Bernice John-
held in the Center, 2741 NW 49thSt.
cooking pastries and sewing. She'sa son was at the piano.
member of the Girl Counselors, We are happy to learn that $1.00.
Mrs. Cleomle Crumpton is wellon
: the road to recovery. We miss FOR SALE
-----1 you Cleo, so hurry and get well. Combs'Luncheonette
Get well wishes are also in order -
a for Mrs. Merlene Boston and

mother who were in a 'recent / '
-, auto accident. We extend our
sincere and profound sympathyto Richmond HeightsNear
Mrs. Pauline Hlggs, loss of The House of Fine Foods

b uncle, Mrs. Faydell Phillips, loss
And Beverages
of 'uncle and Mrs. Vivatoria Schools and Shopping Center
Gainey and Mrs. Christine Car-
ter in the recent loss of their 6- ; .

cousin. Veterans No Down PaymentLOW
We hope to see all Egelloc's on
Saturday night at the 'home of I
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Mrs. Glendena Edwards.

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THE, MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Wedding ,BellsMiss I ,-S 1-. _. .. J.r ;.:. ;

SATURDAY APRIL 11, 1959 Tiheljma Colebrook of
16 Nassau. Bahamas, daughter of 1
Mr and Mrs. Obediah Colebrook Lovely Homes For, Sale. i
of 1716 NW 2nd ave., !became the
ta bride of Godfrey Kerr, son of .
1 Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Kerr, also of In N.W. 56th Street Area .
Nassau, in ,marriage ceremonies . I
performed in March at the Re- I ',", '
man Catholic Church of St. j
Joseph In Nassau, with Father .
Marcian of the Order of st.I I

'Aacwrs Ra Benedict officiating. EASY MONTHLY TERMSJ. ]

AnnouncementDeacon 4. :.... 1

SALUDOS_ AMERICANOSI! annual Spring Concert is in the "Only One Mortgage ',> :;:fa
the making for April 22 at 8 of the and Mrs. J, Carle Capersof .
THE RECENT Meeting of -
3117 NW 52nd Street ..
clock Refreshments after
Society Inter-American in Mexico Travel City was Agents really . I pee like eem.the name of the North- announce the daughter marriage of their e----,..,: . l't'. V...,.
western high school senior class ,
something, they tell me. Besidesthe
Annie Ruth Banks to
interest these' travel agents play-"Stardust." It's a comedyin Cecil West THIRD AVENUE REALTY \ .:
will put across to American traveler three acts in the school's audit Riolle, of Palm Beach i
Monday, April 27 . Over my On February 5, 1959
to the heretofore overlooked school (in The bride is a student at Fla. 742 3rd Ave. FR' 4329
scenic beauty of these coun- way at Carver High N.\V.. Ii; i
A and M University Tallahassee
tries, the travel agents of color the Grove) the 49ers are having '
are gaining a foothold In the their Spring' Dance April 13 at S. HUTCHESON ,: , 4,
travel business Club 77 (two sevens? Lucky you DAY NURSERYScott's .. ".
The travel agents were wel- if you attend. :) Day Nursery phone: Reserved Seats Available
comed In Mexico City by the Day: PL 7-1907. Night: NE 4-5208 .
representatives of the Presidentof WEDLOCKS Ages 4 months to 5 years. 5710 \ < .
Haiti and were invited to hold MINNIE LEE JONES and Rob NW 9th ave. 1 A25''

its next convention in that Car- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .
Turner's date is past tense. *> n > ' ' '
erts "A"A ;gi 2S:: *>::g>gF *i t&> A<> <>KS&*>ffi iw :!; :!; ;!; ;!; ; :; "r"" J
ribbean paradise next year. it's March 28 . Shirley Smith W 5toKo!& !& !ii; !C Kii'C' !K i Q
Officers elected were Earl Ken- and Charles Nottage will be mail- -8
nedy of Detroit, president; Hilton Ing their invites this weekend.It's ftF Realty is: Easy to Buy From
Hill of New York, vice-president; dated for April 25 . Nurse
Mrs. Freddye Henderson, secre- Merlene Boston and her mother, S
tary; Charles C. North of the local Mrs. William Bullard, are wear- f 1 t VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645
North's Travel Bureau, was ing neck braces resulting from an ,
elected. treasurer of the organization. auto accident last Friday. Her car ttlt

. Tim
was demolished The
Lindseys moved into their new 6 i ii4
THE RECENT Unofficial may. home at 1570': NW 55th terr last
or' election in Our Village was month . Joe Davis (former /, n t x c -
chided, and sniggled at but it I member of city police) is home on n q
turned out to be leave . Barney Barnett returned $ i
better than most to the Main Stem last week
. Viola Cooper stopped in to In' tit; p" 8t.
Doubting Thomas have her Times mailed to Grady fw -
thought. As Hospital, PO Box G655, Atlanta iUfi
ases thought. At , And you can stop calling the I
Hadley wasunanimously Times 'and Inquiring about John,
selected H. Davis', the printer, demise. He R' fll
r ru'
by post Is as hearty and gay as ever and '
card votes, and doesn't expect to split the scene ,
in our estimation In too short a time t t1 t
a better person;
would: have been A Ita2

hard to rind Charles Hadley may I .. *
not be official mayor of Miami 1 ,n3
but the manner In which he approaches ., Mary Boykin of 6717 NW
the "problems entrustedto 24th ave., Is home after under Ins'
him/1 is worthy of commendation going surgery at the Mt., Sinai cI ,
Hadley Is energetic and his Hospital. She wishes to thank her K2
desire to help build. better community many friends lor the beautiful
Is almost contagious. Our flowers,' ''cards and donations.
hat is off to !Mr. Charles Hadley, Special thanks to the Dr. Wil-
unofficial mayor, welfare worker liam Gray for ,his services, and WHY PAY RENT ? I
and community builder. nurses and (grateful appreciationto
the (pastor, Rev. S. A. Thomas,
DADE COUNTY Democratic I choir No. 2 and Sunday Schoolof )
Association Calendar Tea time, Mt. Sinai Baptist Church i 3 or 4 Bedroom New CBS Homes Going Fast! q
is this Sunday at the Jim Jam I God bless all of you U .
Club, II you haven't attended one $ b
then don't miss It Sunday. It's CHILD CARE ONLY 'W*** DOWN
their 7th Tea, so :far . An even-
ing Blue Hour is what the Neonta CHilLD CARE. Christian ,Home. h Move right in. Only 1 payment each month. ',No closing costs. At,price L
Tourist Club have in store for Fenced in yard. Phone OXford you can afford. Joyfuland comfortable living. See models at 1410-1420 '
you'on April 19th at Club 535 i 1-9306 or call at 1484 NW 60th E3 NE. 152nd St., North Miami Beach. Open Sunday ,* 4
It's Tropical Formal and Invitesare : st. evenines. .
Quality CBS construction Bus service .
in the man (we have wondered tta .
; what 'Neonta" means, but W 4 2 Church sites Paved,, streets w -. .-
were ashamed/ show our Ignorance -' ;Ka O Near park and playgrounds City waterLandscaped w.
) , Holmes Elementary 4 t th,, Police protection' ,1>..
FTA are planning a thriller for 3 Bedroom 2 Bath r Close to shopping center' Area of all CBS homes fjG
you on Aurll 20. It's tagged 'A i
Night of Stars" and door prizes "
. Ebehezer >Edwards, chairman Builder Must Sell Brand New -.. 3-bedroom ,-, CBS Completely furnished Duplex' CBS "
of the Dorsey Alumni Association g $995 Down Large lot. City ,water. Orchard
announces' that the class of 49 of Open for inspection n \" Sub. Villa area Close to schools and t
Liberty City Shower
that institution will entertain witha :UI or Browns shopping. Priced right. $1,495
"Night of Games" at the homeof ; doors, Venetian I large ,)ots.
down. See 1402 NW 56th St. Call
Saturday & Sunday
Helen Oliver, 1835 NW' 57th, Pick your own colon. ,
St., April 11, 8 at night. Refreshments t8U; us for details.

5720 ,N.W. 21st Ave. ; 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS ..
school CITY WATER $995 .Down
2# Liberty City, custom built, closed .2-bedroom, partly furnished, with

n,_ garage, hardwood floors, lovely extra kitchenette, city water, only
s location. For the particular buyer. 1 mortgage payment to owner.
TV SICK ? Brand new. Just finished. Move in1! Close to schools and shopping.

; Total $8,995.
I i Custom Built Opa Locka

I Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m ))i. Beauties List your lots with us to sell. Casnbuyers tic

,ilt $795 Down ; Best prices obtained, or R4t
SAME DAY SERVICE Brand new 3-bedroom CBS homes build on your own lot. No down

.... ALL MAKES ALL MODELS .n' with built-in oven and range, patio. payment required. For details call i
:n 1 mortgage to pay. Joyful living! Fair. ,
S Only a few left. Close to schools. vl
:\Picture! Tube Speciallf7lncn$22.95' t NEW-NO t\O
21-lnch-$29.9S .;Ui Investors! CBS COSTS '

.- r# 20-1 bedroom apt. Good income 2-bedroom, separate living room.
M/*,, l:i 15-Unit*. Good location All jalousied dining room, car- City
t '4-Apts. Very good location porte, utility, large lot 1
.SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night ,................... $2.50 Nt. Several duplex. Good locations Move right in. North mortgageonly. Miami

I"- Nile Calls I Our Specialty-No' Extra\Charges. I 3-Apts. Good location Beach. City water, buses' shopping..
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