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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: April 18, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00646
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Patterned After duties of citizenship. r TEA j
Former Teacher: Dies
: As it is now, a per, 't
Mississippi Statute have to able to re, write
Sugar Ray's to register. Illiterate mark

TALLAHASSEE David i the registration ; '
leader Hawthorne and, rabble Miami rouser segregation, is here,' the lion ballot slip at,by the using a ,'

iiiIIrJcTjo. : Postponed 't\\\\ Todau gathering (backing for enactment I last The vMlssisskppi*' la1 A upheld 7
of law fall by a threeiurD 'deral
a patterned on a tough
r court panel in a test ca. bro l
Mississippi statute, which would
I NEW YORK Mlddlewelrht quested Wednesday in S tx a 't e tighten up registration require- by the National Ass ciati f oK
Champion Sugar! Ray Rcbinson's Sjprcme Court by the State At- ments.tllawlhorne's. the Advancement cf
I court test of the New York Ath- torney General's office, which is People. .J
letic Commission's power to vacate representing the three-man Com- law doesn't men- The court ruled the state had
i I' titles has been postponed mission.. Counsel asked for the tion race but is clearly aimed at a "soverlgn rljht to prescribe and
until Friday. time to answer Robinson's con- Negroes. However, even scigrega- enforce the qualification of vot
Thetwoday delay was re. tentions. ticnists admitted that many ers."
1 Whites could be disfranchised
as The intensive drive of the Fla
I \ f Robinson went 'to the courts to well as Negroes If properly applied Voters ,
League to double the Negro

restrain the Commission from .
NW 5th .court died April 9 in vacating his title. On April, 3 the registration in the state Is'believed a f,,
Youngstown, Ohio, were she Hawthorne's proposal would to have prompt fed the segregationists '
worked with the YWCA. Miss Commission, headed by Chair- increase literacy requirements by into this move ;
_ Odborne was a' member of the man Melvin Krulewltch, ordered providing that applicants for vot- Since the poll tax law was repealed
Dorsey High School faculty for a, Robinson to sign for a title defense ing registration' 'would have to in 1937 Negro registration .
number of read section of has increased
years before leaving against ex-Champion Car- any disijnated tremendously. Negroes
Miami.*She was buried on Wed- the Florida Constitution, write a registered to vote increased -
nesday from the M>t. Zion Baptist -" men Baslllo by noon April 15, or reasonable interpretation of it, from 62,015 in 1048 to 144,3)0) R
Church. face loss'of his crown. and write a short essay on the in 1968. .
Miss Frances Osborne of 1226 I 1


TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NO8 MUTAMUR IN ELLIS .. .r The times are changed and we are changed with them :r...,,,,


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I Officer Guilty of W. O. Perry Elected ,

Taking Bribe \1 President, of Florida Elks. -/

The Miami f Civil Service Board 'Top Post

677 ATTEND Tuesday recommended that a 5 PRINCIPALS

patrolman\,,, }t tricH( { ,for taking a Changes After .
"SWIM FOR LIFE"CLINIC i bribe to lcta momhincr &O free, SHIFTED Years

.i be fired front, the. "Miami police Five principaU, assignment 24, ? ", %
: ", ,.. ,this' >week effective 'next
department(; .1' :
More than 600 Interested"j).:"- jPJl fall. The changes were announced By ;;;
rents and children attended, the After a'.full; day's deliberation. by School Superintendent Joe With 'In* Overwhelming*'*majority -
Miami. Herald "Swim Pot Your the flve-m mber board found Patrolman Hall. I of votes 'from the large delegation -
Life" community clinic eA North- Samuel Cohen will leave Dor of Florida Elks who converged
western Senior High School Nathaniel Mattox guilty sey to take over Northwestern, on Clearwater for their .
Thursday night, of ()overlookto(?|*moonshine case, Mrs. Ida Ratcliffe leaves North- 3th annual convention, W O. 3
The enthusiastic audience were according'j **.tad members western for he now building Perry, Miami florist, was electedto
shown motion pictures and told Their recommendation, based on Brownsville Junior High, and E. the post of State President
by expert: how they can help police department charges that Kl l Lock hart t, a newly appointed The conclaye which convened
their, children learn swimming. Mattox overlooked the moonshine i rincipal will assume dutlcs'at' ,
A:: rig 12-13 featured many high-
I Dorsey. Nelson Bethel leaves Na-
A workshop is scheduled at Dix- incident last January, goes to ranja for West Homestead, and ........--.......,..... .
ie Park Pool next Thursday from City Manager Ira F. WJllard for Mrs. Zola Sullivan takes over at rtrMtafl
3to5pm. I final determination. Naranja. I



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L the state post were state secretary '
Claude Kays of Daytona '
Beach, and 1st vice president, J.
II D. Mather of Jacksonville Their'

challenge was unsuccessful; however -,
Keys did get back his po-
sltlon as iccrc'ary. All other officers '
returned to their scats In
j : the cabinet. d

1 ItrlOst Lodge and its Temple
were Springtime No. 502 and j
MA S. ring Blossom No. 360. D. .
e. Thomas Larkin and Clara Davis -
are their Exalted Ruler-and( .
W. 0, PERRY Daughter Ruler respectively .
+ Finally Beats Btthun

I&lhts.. Foremost was the jplriled t three The Miami delegation from its
.Iyd lodges and included
temples -
Section itself, sparked
w g : Charles C. North Johnny': '..
I11DrJeNJp;: thq'astatc. iy : ] .
+ t al' ntrit.'" -.t.: : . .t" Johnson: L w. .t/- Per.-,: ...: .
rpyun<< r ...M.M.Y Z w H M --y, +..r. b., Booker T. Dunn, L. u.lchard-.i;,:.,..
i It was a great day for Perry, tW And Harold Hlggs, exalted
'Aiho finally won the coveted po- ruler fran Atlas No, 308. James: '
aitlcn after several unsuccessful Strachan, Harold Sandllands' .
attempts to unseat Albert Bethuneof Charles Hudson and Claude nolle'" ,
Daytona Beach, who held the exalted ruler, from Liberty No.!
L : pest[ for 24 consecutive years.. 1052. Jhnmy (Reid, B. Johnson, J./ '
Many of Perry's bids were centered Isom and Tommy Rivers, exalted
among others, In Pensacolaand ruler from Greater Miami No. .
Fort Lauderdale. 1113. Zeke Brady from PER CouniL "

ft Swinging into high gear uwt- : .. ".,"
.. ,..., ty; and talented Sandr Johnson, With the opening of Civil Liber-i'i..''1'"

The Seventh Annual Calendar 'NAACP farther Theodore Gibson -for the months of the ;year was a oratorical Carver contest High senior with the won subject the- ties en Sunday, April 12, and thef, 4 !' t

-Tea of the Dade County Young I vicar of Christ Episcopal as follows "The Constitution, Insurance election on Wednesday, April 15] \"
Democratic Association was a ;Church. :,: January $19.29; February $30; for Liberty." Miss Johnson, the Florida Stale Association oll] :.
big'success on last Sunday at the : Tea Chairman, Mrs Llama March $11.50; April $13.63 May daughter of Mrs. Theodora Dans Elks closed out Its .
Jim Jam Club. A large crowd was ,Green reported total donations of $14; June $11.50; July $9; August by Johnson. I* a resident of Richmond 34th annua11l.
on hand to listen to a fiery address $832 for expenses toward getting Sa'Aerribcr $11; October $4JO; Heights. convention with Daytona peach t ,.. 1
on Voter Registration by Dade County's Negroes registered. November $11.50 and December elected to host the Xhtlercd'Herd 't

the militant head of the Miami I' Money reported from the tables! ,tt..L Among dark bones running for in 1000. '.. -. rv.,'. ;.,.tJ'j,U; I" 'to \

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I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE

I 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1959

I "+
New Low Fares AKA Notice
+ For West IndiesExcursions All patrons ofthe- "Ebony
Fashion Fair" who are not receiv
ing their Ebony magazines
A circle excursion! that covers asked to contact Mrs. B. M. Cox are
J, .line! of the West Indies Islands NE 5-8783, so that adjustments,
nd touches South America Is offered may be made. I
by Pan .American World The show was sponsored by the
\rways! from its, Miami and New Alpha Kappa Alpha' Sorority: in
York gateways beginning May 1. November. A25
The excursion almost amountso
n' n'i' a quick trip around the world, -:JCJCICClCOOCOCX'XtCcon: ...,....- ..,...LI....-.,.-.-- _, I, ,
: covering lands Indelibly Imprinted '
Are you a wallflower?
with the cultures of the Span-
h Dutch, Danes, French and Would you to learn to danceIn
a British! and costs only $203.50 a (private studio?
4 tf York I : Don Strachan's Dance
Limited to 30 days tour- ; Studio

) h ist class accommodations, the 7168 N.W.,16th Ave. PL 7-8766
s f .: new fare from Miami: is $48.50 1
less than the $252 year-arcund &S>00905I
tourist ticket From New' Ylork! I
: : c the excursion ticket saving.
; amounts to $61.80. I
The' excursions, good until Dec. I
rny, 15, and the fares are subject to
ne approval of the governments I
involved. ,
4 i Puerto Rico is the first stop on
I Pan Am the excursions frcm both ,
Miami and New York. From San I
Juan, flights swing southward
Attorney G. E. Graves, dynamic hrough the Lesser Antilles and
local NAACP attorney, was hon- 43 traveler may stop at any or i ,
ored in special services Sundayby a 1 of the following : St. Croix,
members of Rho Sigma Chap- 0'f aU F S 'Fu Vlrg.n! : Islands; Antlgua, British
ter, Phi I Beta Sigma fraternity. West Indies; Pointe a Pitre, Gua- eI
Scene' of the program was Greater deloupe; Fort de France, Martinique -
Bethel AIME Church, where 9 ; Bridgetown' Barbadosand
members of the fraternity gath- Port of S..ain, Trindldad. .
ered to pay homage to their departed Returning, there are stopover
brothers, recognized the :i rivileges at Caracas, Venezuela;
outstanding Sigma Man of the Curacao, Netherlands West Indies -
Year, and honor .the citizen of the : and Cijdad Trujillo, Dominican -
community who Chas done the __ Republic i
social actions for __ Travelers f I t A
most t: promote returning to Miami o
all peoples. ___ :nstap, at Port au Prince, Haiti. .
Graves was selected: this year __ New York passengers may return I 1
because, of his militant stand in ti { ___ 4 4o .. reel flights from either Ciudad I I . : : .
behalf of school integration, which __ rujlilo "r San Juan.
resulted in the integration of the __ -
first elementary school 1 in Florida ___ Your Vote is Needed. Kentucky Straight" Bourbon Whiskey.6 Yrs.Old
i 86Proof* AnclentAgsDist.CoFnnkfortKy,
Orchard Villa Elementary ..' to fight the forces that seek
the to Atty
Making presentation _ _ I
Graves was' the national directorof 4 : to keep you a Second Class

ity,Social Dr V
Lauderdale.In I
accepting the award Graves Register Today! Join The NAACP
indicated that the expected no, .-
"personal reward"1 for the work ,,,.
that he is doing, but felt that :=
more formal recognition and .understanding ;;; : :: -
was needed room the ;
community at large as a meas of iM'_ '. .. ;.. I ...- N.....__. 2&3BEDROOM
lending approval to present and
future undertakings. Past recipients presented the local "Sigma Man of both men were placed at opposite -
of the award include: Attor- of the Year Award" to James L. ends of the pulpit.
ney Henry Arrington State Rep Cherry for long and meritorious ,
resentative Jcihn, B. Orr, Rev. service to the fraternity. Also Dorsey High and HOUSES
Edward T. Graham, and Father honored in special memorialswere
Theodore Gibson departed brothers: Dr Wil- Northwestern
liam H, Chapman Sr., a charter
SIGMA BROTHERS HONORED member of the Miami chapter and Alumni Meeting
Earl A. Wells, president of Robin Prince, former, secretary of.. All 1949 graduates and all FOR SALERichmond
Rho Sigma Chapter presided: and the fraternity. Flowers in memory I graduates of Dorsey ,and Northwestern
are to meet at the home
of Hartmon Morley, 1341 NW
GIst Street, apt, 4 on Sunday,
April 20 at 8 !;'.m. Please be on HeightsNear

MORE THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITSIN time: and bring someone with you.
will be served

DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES .,'- .' ."" '" ,.. .--.-,- -... ._, School and Shopping Center
.K-e -
The Largest Organization of M# Beautiful- Your Home Lot Veterans No Down PaymentLOW

its Kind in The South Serving
Colored People"For %

I .
L. L. BROOKS Std ,
Fast, Efficient Service" Call ,\

.. PRESIDENT FHA Terms Available

:, .,lUr '., fn .'' !' t d

t ri. Compute building e.,rvlc $300 Down
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-='\ ,

FINANCING Plus Low Closing Costs ., :.
.. k; .
You. New Home M ""
12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Move in when qualified U
0 1860 N.W. 73rd ST. PL 8-9827 : REMODELING

4240 461 N.W.GRAND 27 AVE.AVE .. NE HI 42447 53466 I RENOVATING Models/ Ready. For InspectionOPEN

7102 N.W 14TH AVE a PL 10327 Over Twenty Year of
6241 N.W 17TH AVE. PL 89990 Construction Experience ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
17325 Homestead Ave. .
Guaranteed Satoafactlon
Perrlne CE 53553
.\ 1022 N.W. 6TH ST. 0 \
.; Ft. Lauderdale JA 23474 9ac aQ L7mmD
., Pompano WE 3.3235 (!)((3ffi RICHMOND HEIGHTS Inc. 1
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14460 N.W. 22ND AVE. .' rti. ,.. ,
i::" Opa Lock. : M U 8.0617 NE 5-6171
2100 N.W 3rd CT 14520 LINCOLN BLVD.
t. FR 4.5331
'of 1019 N.W. 6th STREETFt. 1121 N.W. 29th Street

Lauderdale JA 2.3474 : RICHMOND HEIGHTS
: I .
MAIN OFFICE ---r1z- .. ..OJ r ,

1163 N.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3-8416 I to Register to Vote! PHONE CE 5-6262 .:

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newlpaper"SATURDAY

APRIL 18, 1959 PAGE
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OBBA NEWSThe each week for more news concerning -
your state convention.
Orange Blossom beauticians Prepa:: to attend your:: state con-
Association, Inc., 22nd annual vention: hd: : :
State Convention will convene -
in the beautiful and pic-
turesque City of Lake Wales, May
; 17 thru the 21st. Mrs. Dorothy
I i a Morgan, convention chairmanand
b A t her committee are working Vales.Qj"Ti1
diligently for a successful and
enjoyaible convention The association -
welcome the. now Units that
, have been added since, our last
> M state meet.
q' D. A, Julius chairman ot the
clinical workshop, with Mrs.
: Florence All, co-chairman: have
J:5: obtained outstanding .guest
artists for clinical dave, May 18
and 19 Monday and Tuesday.The .
feature of our annual
Guest Artist this year will be the
presentation' of Mrs. Belle Pat-
terson, nationally known artist
and hair stylist of New York and
leading demonstrator of I. Pos-
: ner Products Co.
In hair coloring, Miss Clairol

Annual Spring Party representative feature tho and latest demonstratorwill in hair udete

.......... shades. There will be several of ::
And own, Florida demonstrators
HomecomingThe our
who will participate to make: this THE SMOOTHER BOURBON
let's talk about jazz Tuberculosis Committee, clinical workshop+ one "of the best Kentucky Striljht Bourbon Whlikty Yrt.Old 3
yet attended at a state meeting. 86 Proof OAncltnt Age Dlit.Co..FrinMort,Ky.SIDNKY .
Dade County Tuberculosis Association ,
Consult local
JACK (Ita) IVORY, II sponsored a bus trip to your n-owspaipcr
Southeast Tuberculosis Hospital, ,. -
,}. .t1.I'm: YrT'.I
Lantana, of Sunday, April 12.

S3 many Jazz records are released This annual event was attendedby T I For FREE Pickup and
each week that it wouldbe Committee members, former ti Service
Delivery on
patient and relatives, civic lead
Impossible for any one criticto "
and families of In Prescriptions
ers patient
appraise them all (I am not a A

critic, Just a lover of Jazz.) Consequently garded as normal I think "Con- the hospital. ; SERVICE
acme worthwhile talent cert by the Sea", by Garner, Three hundred beautifully pot. S
is probably Ignored. But an should be in every home that hasa ted plants and greeting cards DRUG STORE
artist has tb record, for a hit can record (player. were distributed to the patients _
convert him from a flop to a star In the hospital. "Prescription Compounding
overnight. It stands to reason that rather i '' Specialists"
you are an Intellectual or a member The following organizations 5 5,
I would like to off the
get way of my sect; jaz (has some- participated with this annual Sundries Gifts
subject (Jazz for word abouta
) a thng we all can appreciate.' event: The Friendship Garden and Medicines
fellow Patent
called kY
"Elijah Mohammedan -
Clvlo Club, Non.Pared Club,
." I am not altogether cer- NOTE: The Flamingo Sundryor Phyllis Wheatley Elementary L55 Greeting Cards
tain, but (have been told there is Bob's Bar BQ on NW 3rd ave. School, J, R. E. Lee Elementary,
quite a bit of truth in what he is has some cf: these records Givea Douglas Elementary School .,...._._.._. 1240 NW. 3rd Ave.
saying. Read his column in the listen, OK? T. COX Phone FRanklin 3.2932
"Pittsburg Courier" and drop mea
line and let me know what you Book This Week: An American nt'littst..rl 1 IMmnnorlut
think about it Dilemma by Harriet Beecher .
,t have mentioned this at all Stowe. Drive Carefully! It' -. .
because I think when a great Jazz
singer, like "Dakota Station," t1
starts into a new religious sect, I
It's time to (give listen. This is .
from a musical point of view. By TRACK TEAMS A HOME
the way have you heard her recording -
of the "The Late, Late Saturday morning, April 25,
Show?" will mark the running of the first 1 1S

Speaking of hits converting Northwestern Relays. Teams representing -
flops to stars overnight, last schools from South- ONYOURLOT
year, a pianist who was originally eastern Florida will participate.
Fritz Jones and now uses the
Awards will include
name of Ahmad
teams placing first, second
Jamal, made a piano album that
became a best seller with in and third in the meet. In addition -

weeks from ?$600 His to night$3,000 club a fee week.went If presented to those to, the trophies winning will relay be NO MONEY DOWN !

team in the 440, 880 and one mile
you have not listened to "Soft ,
Winds" and "Poindana" by Ah- I relays.

mad Jamal, by all means do. Ribbons await the individual . we will build for you a fine deluxe STANDARD '
From the descriptions given by winners in each event and" a
various authorities, certain conclusions ,plaque is to be awarded the (person large 3-bedroom, 1 bath home featuring:
can be drawn concern- selected as most outstanding.Last '
AMERICAN STANDARD Pastel Bathroom Fixture.
ing Jazz; one is that Jazz is rhythmic *
which is another way of t year's regional champs, CERAMIC Tile Bath end Sills
saying that Carver of Miami looms as' the
swings Jazz also
features improvlstcn which I team to beat in this first relay on DELMAR Kitchen Cabinets ;.

mentioned in. one of my earlier Northwestern athletic field Other ARNOLD ALTEX Double 'and Triple Jalousie Window
contending teams will be Dil-
columnshowever ton put it this ,way Duke: "It Elling-don't lard, Ft. Laudordale, Booker T. RALEIGH 30 gal Double Element Hot Water Tank

mean a thing if it ain't got that Washington, Blanche Ely, Carver FONDA Terrazzo Floor Throughout

swing." Fortunately, the laymen of Dclray the At tucks, Rooseveltand EMPIRE Tru. Roof '
host team, Northwestern
need not de end on such 4.
tional definitions for guidance in : GENERAL 100 Ampere Electric Service

learning about Jazz. By the way L Linen closet
have you heard "Duke Plays J Fully plastered r

Heft! ?" The. Best People Double closet ,. Porch I.

How des Jazz blend with symphonic Live at Copper plumbing Flower Boxes

expressions: ? Well take electrical outlets Double medicine Cabinet
Many "
Roach, a drummer who was Atlantic Manor
an ear'y! "bopprr: he is. so sklll- Sodden in front 3 large bedrooms

technically\ (as well as being GardenApartments CBS construction Firred walls
an excellent: Jazzman) that he has

performed with the Boston Symphony . and many many more
: percussion section which 32nd Ave. and 42nd St.

is an example of truely greatJarmen Northwest MODEL OPEN DAILY 2-5; SUNDAY 11-5
: having what it takes, I
both in symphonic expression ands . .
--fca-" ---i-=- -v---i- --i.-i. e<
ul! expression.As 452O SaW.18th STREETWEST
we probably know by now .
Jazz got its start (some say) in HOLLYWOOD CARVER RANCHESor
>'ew Orleans Nevertheless, early J. B. SMITH call
rc-.v Orleans Jazz was rough almost -
abrasive music bearing little ELECTRICSERVICE
resemblance! to so-called "modern JE 2-4447

Jazz" which is often ;olite and
intellectuallzed. Still, unlike con- 'I
temporary Jazzmen many of Electrical Contractor STANDARD HOMES INC.Member
whom have had substantial clas- .
sical training, such as Max Roach HOUSEWIRINC I I II
-the pioneers often played "bjr "Don't cuss Call us" of Miami Beach Chamber ,of Commerce
ear", While nowadays it Is con- 940 Lincoln Road "Standard of Quality
sidered astounding that the great PHONE NE S-3068
Miami Beach
For Florida
jazz pianist, "Erroll Garner," Night! or Day
cannot read a note of music. But
in 1900 It would have 'teen re -- fI' ... _'j", . ,1Ifik '

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II I LAUDERDALERUNOFF Jom' Kenatta, convicted leader .Uv PHIL.O8SOPBR.. .> ,

I of the Mau: Mau anti-White
terror cup: that pread, death and
Nathaniel! H. Wilkerscn:: lone' c'estruct! : :across Kenya, was Well, 'I finally sent pff.1f1y.ln.
Negro candidate: in a field of 17, re'fased from: prison Monday. come tax yetttm..Ijdon't" : know
polled 1,973 votes and finished Th: fiery nationalist leader, why they call it 'return,' they
Miami Florida Phone FR 3.2236 the election old, had never return any of It to me. I
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., ninth in primary A ho is about 60 years:
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX. 1.0421... . Tuesday for Fort Lauderdale saved five years of a seven- couldn't use the ,long.'form I was
-" -" -- city commissioners. year senten-e: in Nairobi for short on deductible expenses. I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The runff election will be held heading the Mau Mau. did figure myself -as head of a r

ONE YEAR $4.50 SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE' MONTHS.... $1.70H. May 18 when the high man will \die and four other convicted household, and as .the good, ife
'r be named mayor and the fourI'unner"ulps I Mau Mali leaders released with says, that's exactly what I rain .
will be city comj' j him will be exiled to a remote a figurehead. I 'I .
mlssloners.! l'I i area of Kenya's northern fron
LEE JORDANAt WJlkerson, not a ,professionalman j tier. This pay-as-yoiP&o: : systemwould

the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church in Perrine on Saturday but a pleasant, well-liked be all 'right If one ,didn't
citizen has the reaect and have more to pay at ,the end cf
April 4, the funeral of Deacon Lee Jordan was supcrt of many of the White Hams in 0. a Locka. the year, as I. do.JTh'en: It be-
held. Mr. Jordan was well known and respected in South 'voters of Fort LauderdaJe.: Mrs. M. Muldrow presidentand cmes pay-OR-you-gofc. .to the
Dade County and there was evidence of this at his funeral. A strong campaign will be II members:! of Unit 7 ';enitentiary. It seoms ikfc: 4J big .,

He was also custodian of the R. R. Moton Elementary urged by the Negro Voters Leagueto"let Mrs. Winifred Brocks, enough chunk Is taken,, out "before
School. out the vote and try to reporter I get my take ilocne;,;pa y. (I
erect: !their! first Negro city comn found out why it's' called take y
Lee Jordan a contributor and an agent for the
was esioner.; home pay. Where else!can'you :go
Miami Times for many years, in fact, until he felt that itwas An odd twist in the election was I. with such a small: amount?)
: physically impossible for him to continue. the fact that Ft. Lauderdale's For SaleMiscellaneous .

Numerous readers of the Times will remember his oil1 ogre newspaper Dr. Van I My doctor is cormplalnirig->

humorous contributions under the caption "T Model and back D. Mizell's Wilkerson.Florida Spur The, ,did not! Beat these prices if you can the (government Is :overtaxing. his

Ford." He was always so happy and it was always a nlea- thought: that Ft. Lauderdale 3,800 Spur i NEW BELTS .................... lc : patients . patience tHat'Is' f1edoesn't

sure to greet him when he visited the Miami Times office. registered Negroes 'were not t MEN'S SHOES .... ...... $1 like the wayAVncK Sani \
I think he'i.J $lOU because
operates. $ -
Requescat in ,pace. enough to elect a Negro and for RECORDS ...................... 5cLADIES' he doesn't ,get,"as high a :
that reason a Nairo should not L SHOES ........ 50c '
.... cut! He thinks the treasury -department -

FINANCING RELIGIONThe run.Here's the way the vote went t DRESSES ...................... ,35c is competing. with the
for the first 10 candidates Dadios Dishes Clothing Navy for the freedom of the seize.
: MayorJohn -
Seventh-day Adventists of the Allegheny Confer- t
Russell, 6,069; Edward H. RUMMAGE Oh well this is all In phun.
ence with headquarters at Pine Forge, Pa., has reportedthat Jones, incumbent commissioner
'.I 1346 N.W. 3rd Ave. I'm really thankful Urn\ not in
last year 2501196.70 was raised. In ,a seven state 4,923' ; Edmund R. Burry, 3,755; j Russia, where I wouldn't have .1"
area, $34,515,527.07 was contributed bv all members. This< 'Robert L. Stephens, 3,540; Robert '
is A. Childers, incumbent, 3,071; C. ............... ...... ........"...........- enough income to warrant paying ,
a per capita giving for all types of offerings by the Edward Born Jr. income tax. I'd really ,t>e-. in the
2,840 James L
members in this area of $212.25 The AHve"'itists] have a Leavitt, 2,693; Porter ; G. Reynolds .. red! 't' V: '

mebership of 1,100,00 in all of their churches incumlbenit' 2,563; Nathaniel House For Rent .

While figures are not' available, it would be Interesting H. Wilkerson, 1,973 and Robert ,

to compare the monies raised by Just seven state area B.Commissioner Serge 1,872. CBS 2 bedroom, 5238T NW :'
of Adventists with the total raised Charles E. 'ft
by the more than -1 1 Knight did not seek reelection. t
million Negro Baptists. TOOTH '

The Adventists operate 197 hospitals and clinics ; Beauticians Say 24th ct. Half a block from ACHE

have mission work in 185 foreign countries. Whim yes ere rs (m .

Compare this with any of the Negro denomiantions Thank YouThe public school. $17 week.. desperate pala, yes with to t'osNudaN

and you will find that the Negro church will be left so far officers! and members of

behind that you just can't make any comparison.. Miami Beauticians' Unit No.
These figures take this method d 7 .........................................,
certainly prove that as Negroes, we thanking our
have churches many friends and beauticians for ..----
and members but nothing else. We are also -
finding out that even salvation isn't free.-Cleveland Call joining 19th, anniversary us in a,most the church successful I
and Post.JUST. were well attended by WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE '1:1: "J ,
Unit members and friends at St. '
-- Paul AME, Coconut Grove, Rev. OUR NEW LOCATIONa'- , .....,: ."

BROWSN'PAUL / : T.Monday C. Kelly, April Jr., pastor.13, 9 am. til 1 TO BETTER SERVE J ;" '

: p.m, a very successful and well MIAMI AND DADE COUNTYSue's :.[ ,
." attended' hair style clinic with the ,'! ..
n., HENRY" well known stylist and demon .
strator, Mrs. Ella Mcncur, who i Is
. __ . I Ir also a unit member. Health & Reducing Center
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Monday 8 ,pjn. was really the ."
Secretary of State John Foster, that there are more than five highlight of ". It
our celebration .
Dulles, who has been ill for sometime million '-'needy I persons in this Muldrow presented Mrs. Annie Mrs. 601 N.W. ,2nd Ave. ,. "

< resigned on 'Wednesday,, country ,receiving surplus food. Williams, the first president of
Secretary Dulles has '.served the
Unit No. 7 who gave the history
country well. His successor might < '''JUst take a look and listen. of the organization. Mr. Julius remarked

be acting secretarY'of State Auto insurance goes up 25 per- on cooperation and Mrs.
Christian Herter. cent "Of course it's higher in Ella Moncur, shop owners.
Dade than In any other county in A special thanks to Mr and $1000: DOWN
Dade County's Superintendentof the state. Guess it will have to Mrs. Ceasor, owners of Ceasor's .
) Schools Joe Hall will scruti- b<*" paid since insurance commissioner University of Cosmetology, who
nize the operation of high school l J. Edwin Larson has put attended with their whole student BUYS THIS NEW, BEAUTIFUL
service! clubs. He said he heard the OK on it, Why such a bU body
that some clubs meeting out side Increase, numbers of poor people We thank all who participatedon
the schools do not have proper. I' cannot understand. our prajram. To Greater 3 BEDROOM2 BATH HOME.
___i'' adult supervision Bethel AME for the use of the '
The Florida( Senate passed the ,In ''the heavyweight fight at the basement auditorium. Mrs. L. Open for Inspection Saturday and Sunday 35 ';J .....
425 member apportionment bill Miami Beach Auditorium on Williams was at her musical best. jt t
_ on Wednesday. Naw we must Wednesday night, Sonny Listen [ Thanks to Mrs. Wilhelmena FOR SALE BY OWNER
wait and see how the 'Htouse of of Philadelphia, ..won over Cleveland -I Starky who gave the occasion and
Representatives will treat that Williams ,by a TKO in the was wonderful as mistress of 5720 N.W. 21st Avenue
_ measure. If it becomes law there third round. ceremonies.Mrs .
will "Abe 42 senate seats. We now I Alice Lucas, chairman of '
have 38. ATTY. the baby contest. These arc the .
babies and their sponsors, Thcm- III I/

The Calendar Tea ,given'toy, the WAILEYENTERTAINED arena Rivers Mrs. Hester Rivers,
Dade County Young Democratic sponsor; Tangela Lavern Single- HOME FOR SALE
Association last ton. Mrs. Muldrow sponsor.
Sunday was most
Caron 1550 N.W. 56th Street
successful. The Jim Jam Club Yvette Harris, sponsor
had a capacity attendance and the Attorney Ruth Wailey of New Mrs. M. WJlson. Open Friday 5:30 to 7; Saturday and 'Sunday 4 to 7
prcgrnm' was interesting. York City, who recently visited Doris Dorsett.Dorsett, sponsor, Mrs. Why pay high monthly payments? $81.50 includes
There were 12> tables decorated Miami, was royally entertained taxes and insurance. FHA finance.
First prize, Caron Yvette liar Garage can |be
and nice during her in this
edibles stay city. made into rental house.FAUSTINED. .
with' charming women ready to Atty. Waiky was the houseguest ris.Mrs.. Annie Williams

wait upon the'audience, Fr. of her friend, Mrs. Lizzie Mrs. Muldrow with a presented beautifulvase WATSON, Realtor
Theodore Gibson was the principal MIncey Leroy of 1142 NW 2nd of flowers
and Mrs.
W. 2675 West 1st Ave. Hialeah
speaker and ,
'pointed out ave., apt 5. Cunningham presented a bouquetof
many advantages to be gained by Among the many affairs rendered flowers to Mrs. Muldrow from TU 8-8792 .
voting and by supporting the In' 'behalf of Attorney Unit 7 members. . .
NAACP, Wailey /iwaa avery'elaborate din Tuesday, April' 14, Mesdames ET :
ner'party, held recently at the Clara Heastie,.Mary Wilson Vir- -
The Episcopal Church in the home 'of Mrs. Leroy. Guests pres.. gie Thomas, Piccola McFadden
Diocese of South Florida, the Rt. ent at the dinner Included: Mrs. and Miss Betty Collins motored
Rev.' Henry I. Louttit, bishop Anne Coleman, Judge John D. to West Hollywood mental hospital WANTED
held its 37th annual convention in Johnson, Mrs. Tessle Mincey and A project of Unit 7, to
Lakeland this week. John McArthur. beautify scene of the patients.
At this meeting on Thursday, In addition 10 the dinner party This Is the fourth lime different
resolutions were 'passed by the several other friends of Mrs. members have gone to the nos- EASTERN STAR OR MASON
convention and p.I fa 1.
Woman's Leroy entertained the attorney
Auxiliary to !be presented to the by taking her on various sightseeing ,Each I,roup, when hey return, (or Former Member) .
State Legislature asking that t tours around the city. She are filled with an inner glow ofa EARN .
none of ,our public schools be expressed the highest appreciation job well done, and the thankscf MONEY' .: .J" .

closed.1 ,to Mrs. Leroy and all of the A the lovely patients.luncheon.' Write at Once to: .
n other friends who made her stay'
jit' appears that we will go backto in Miami a most enjoyable' one. 19th anniversary at the beau REV. WM. BANKS ':
tiful home of Mrs.
holding /primary elections in Attorney Wailey's daughter, Mildred Wil- y\.
May instead of September. T hf also of New ; i E: :
e York arrived In Miami : :
2101 Gratiot ,
Are ,
Senate elections committee March 29. The Yyu1tiW
approved on daughter .
such a bill on Wednesday. Is one of the outstanding public York last week expressing herselas t'I Detroit 7 Michigan '. '" r.
school teachers in New York
having a most wonderful time
Washington comes ') ':! II.!:
From news The attorney returned to New in Miami,



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gel: together and make a few I SATURDAY' APRIL 18, 1959 PAGE. ,: a

Miami calls to the' city fathers and see :
what we can do about this situa-' '
, tion. Of course, you know that I ALPHAS OBSERVE hours :
would appreciate ycur cards and EDUCATION FOR Bt+o. Lassiter Is the son of Mrs. "
By DAVi (Mr. Swing) BONDU letters telling of situations that Mae, -Lassiter, 1415: NW 65th si. ,
exist that not know' of.
.....r ._._........._.._.._. we .do CITIZENSHIP He is graduate of Dorsey
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; SINCE our mention of quite WEEK >. High School class of '54 and was
I'm back In Nassau l )
trash the streets president of the student council
same on many
again. This time to visit my .
while in school. He is a
have told me that calling the city' high
and to
friend Freddie Mannings,
discuss, some business with him. him, I know However, I do remember about this does not help, I called senior In tI)a school of pharmacy f
him to three one morning: about the trash on at Florida A and M University, a
All in all, it's alwavs nice to visit saying me ,
57tih street in and st mtmber of the Honor Society, a
Nassau where the people are nice I years ago that when the time our area you
and friendly. comes he would use Negro cleri- believe: me that that afternoon it distinguished military student,
cal help, and that he has done. In was moved. The entire street member of the Scabbord and
Ir.":' mv findings: I learned also that was cleaned. If we persist in call- Blade Military Society, a member
: PRETTY GIRL of the Week: he hu. paid the rent for an Indigent 'ng a yin and again about these z. th} YMCA, football team, the
White Policeman ofthf.
Cynthia! ,
problems we can get things done, American Pharmaceutical Graduate -
wmen, and has paid I
Mr. Outlaw . Teacher i
Week: -
But must be persistent and Beta Km of
yu Society, Chapter
tor bills! for another woman who.
4 of the. Week: .Mrs.. Annette stick to point. Do not be '
was ill and could not pay your Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Tnc
MoNeal., And he and his wife visited her'I jiscouraged because it Is not done .-n a member of the judiciary
every morning.Mr. I rJiyht! away< for there are only so Body-student court.
IT FINALLY happened. Last Broks has poured: money many things that can be done Ina 1))
Monday while flaying a game of into many a charitable cause andis day, It sometimes takes two or ',,\ Bro. uasslter will enter into the
glf: .spotted two of our girls most likely one of the most three days. Keep this slogan for 1 Armed Forces July 5.
playing. And, from this end of the powerful men In South Florida. ycur own: "The difficult takes n . >tj pen ;' ,. Amen Please, fellows, Our hat (is eft to L. L. Brooks, little: time! but: the imp ssLble ... nun for the occasion.
don't 'be ashamed of your wife president of a huge organization.And takes a little longer" Try it. .
I or'\sweetheart lernimg and not ,}
bean in mind . as one ; :
;, hitting so t.dcd .take .them out the lion the ele- Last week I spoke about Shell '
was saidjby as \
and let them learn wonderful phant darned near killed him, City, "the world's largest super >:::, ; ; J. A. BURROWS
game. .Now' that the course 'has "when a man: don't know, He market" having two drinking .
( been made available for or use, Just don't know" fountains, one marked "white" : : TRANSFERFor
it's high time we all took advantage and the other tmarked "colored." '. )>."'Z"tI\.'
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, Charles Hadley to the store to CHARLES' LASSITER
an auto on NW 62nd,st, near 13th Service

'} AS I SAT In the office of the ave. the other afternoon and check on what I had written and Beta Beta Lambda Chapter of

, president of ,the Bonded Collection Mane! arrived on the scene a Mr. Hadley talked with the manager Alpha' Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Phone OX 1-9163
Agency, and talked with L. f3w m later. 't suddenly of the stcre. The manager In observance of "Education for f

, L. Brooks, I noticed cn his wall stack,; her that there is not a assured Mr. Hadley that some- Citizenship Week," April 19-24, 1742 N.W. 67th St.
:, . proudly. displayed, a citation traffic! l light anywhere between thing would be done at once, so will have as Its speaker Brother
' I from the George Washington i7vn: ave. and 12th ave. There are A-ithout further ado, the signs Charles Lassiter. Brother Lassi- Specializing in furniture
Fl' Carver Institute: and a beautiful hundreds of children of all ages were removed. Our thanks to our te>rm speak to the student moving
plaque that: the late Mrs. Mary in the pr.ject; in that area, and ''mayor for his quick action in bodies at Northwestern: Bo6ker I
MdLeod Bethune presented him most of the stores and other this matter and to the managerof T. Washington, North Dade and
" fcr his contributions to better education businesses are on the other side Shell City for trying .to do Carver High Schools rescctlvely I
'.for the youth of Miami. of e2nd street, which means that what is rlht fir their customers. during their regular assembly I Advertise It Pays!
After. talking/ with Mr. Brooks, these children will have to cross As the-manager told Mr. Hadley,
l'\'e found that, there are a great this dangerous and highly traveled 30 percent of his business is of I
h number of things he has done thoroughfare. She talked I the Sepia trade. I
that mast. of us do not know with Garth Reeves, "Mayor" I ,iT'll see y'all next week . got-
about. Meat, of all, it proved that Hadley and me on the possibility' ta go and get a bovi of pigeon GO FIRST CLASS
you cannot judge a person by of investigating having IV&hts put peas and rice. Don't forget-Live I
what' other 'people say. This man somewhere in the middle of this life, every golden minute cf it.
has done a lot of things for the area, even if it like the school Peace. ,
Negro Copulation of Miami. He traffic light to give these children,
, did not tell me about these elderly: people and even the Bazaar NoticeThe . with America'sFinest OOIOEN' ; : H
things, but after intensive research younger adults a chance at a life JvGBt, '
following my visit with that may not be snuffed out by members of St. Francis

J. - -- Xavier Roman Catholic Church, Bourbon'I ,
NW 4th ave. and 16th terra, invite t'
.Iyou/ to their annual Bazaar, in a handy 'iL
Friday and Saturday, April 17 g

'. r and 18.The flask. .
i pocket \
)i' ) .4 + purpose( cf the Bazaar is
,7 to raise funds for the new school
y'' Q lc, 'r which we hope will be ready by

fall.The I
following' prizes will 'be w

k&aL1ii given to persons holding ticket, U
First. Trip to Nassau
Second Television .
Third Bicycle
Four Door frizes.. ,
Dinners will be served each K ,
afternoon beginning at :5 x*<
4) ',
Be sure to bring the children ; ".1y'
There will be fun for all. "
Daisy Neal Is chairman and .it'
d Barbara Ellison is secretary

Y Now is the time! 86 PROOF

4 I' & 100 PROOF
I Vote!
to Register to BOTTLED.IN1O'D| '
r7 s
,Ytix t'4/d .
.A club, from the Southern Bell "'1, '. 'f ,. ' '!." PINTS
host to' the :. .' : ,, ; f .... HALF-PINTS
Telephone ",Co. played ..,F'y, i
children in the Day Care Centersat H .. '

Liberty Square and James E. ., ".: .- .., ." ., . I .
Scot Homes during the Easter ; "

Season The party was held at .
James E. .Scott Ilcmes. Refreshments 5I
consisting of ice cream and L'1 I ,
cookies were served and each

child was given a basket filled ." /
with foodies.

The annual King and Queen /; .
contest and Fashion Parade was Ij : -
held at James E. Scott AuditorIum ,
:: The youngsters modeled

their beautiful Easter }ogs.u..MrI. ,:.1 OIKIICK MSTIUIIlEi< W.WMn .
Melvin Fox narrated fori ,the occasion ,'
After the parade G<
Williams, chairman of >the DayCare UUIIVIUI., KUTOCXT

Center Ccmmittee, ,present
ed Mrs. Lydia Neasman with a I It"
beautiful trophy for jber .center /'.
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for having ra edhe highest ; "
amount of money Little Johnny ; .' .

Williams and Carol Stepherson STAR MEAT MARKET
Wbo hail from Center No. 2 were

crowned King and Queen by Miss .. 1.4'/ .

Iris Paul first child to enroll in .
the Care Center and now asocial .. ....
Day .. ;. lif:4; : 1520 NW. 62nd Street
worker No. 1 with the dis- )..: f 0ItM0II d.I ffdAJ///1t-/// '
trict board of public welfare. ;
I Janie Love and Alfred Bart- Mrs. Selena Ponder, supervisorof Center No. 2-Johnson of Miami

jett who hall from Center No.1 James E. Scott Community photo.Do THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
wpre runneci-up. Other contestants Association Is shown receiving a

were Patricia Doze, Marie 21 Inch console TV set from you fox trot when the band .
Carr and Gregory Lbmax. Miss Harold Busman co.own., along
Elmira Fannin, chairman_ of the with Sol Portneyof; American plays a cha cha chat
nunuk&aHl .vjaheijjtoL thank iC nr. 254 NV/ 2nd You don't have to

all friends and the staff -for- the st 'Alsflt-snowiv' ;"s LclghmarfRo(, VISIT ;j r-- Fresh Meat-Low.Arites

J effort put forth( to make the:,con wan, 'longtime' employe- or' the Don Strachan' Dance Studio .. .

test a success. The amount of firm. The M* ,wee Ifl'ft to th& .. .. -

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WILLIAMS. BETHEL NUPTIALS Interested? Tres or No ,! ;: I IDy
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Executive DAVID Secretary MARKS, Miami ; '

P n Branch NAACPA THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper! 'j : I'

i1t't: 1 Yq friend of mine told m? thai SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1959 t, ,*< PAGE :'7.
i r a it was a very difficult\ thing fcr' a ,, ".
I 41i man to want to read a newspaper - --
article of more than 2 or 3 lines. '1
Why? Well, he said, when the ,."'" ,
a thing runs for several paragraphsin r
length' they Just don't want to
? > v.: be bothered unless they are extremely -

\ interested. So, this be-
1 tn-2 an article on NAACP, the
reader is hereby warned and,
unless! interested, should skip to
the other articles.
;. ... But, and this !is a preat! big
.. .......'- BUT, there is not one single reason -
'})O. whv you should NOT be in- x
: '.erested.: Tn fact, there are so t

.v'f#It., nany reasons why you should be
I. ."-. 'Interested, they would make your
hart s'pl one biggest rea-
son for' your Interest is happening -
.: ,
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right new In Tallahassee. i :
.f" Your lawmakers are gathered together -
: 'II; there to draft laws to ,
"a. pre-
'i 'L\; pr d
f'j vent Your children frcm gettingthe

;. : {(!?;1'<;(;\. y could best receive,possible In education schools with they

: { .' equal educational opportunities.
I .. Now, you may ask, what can I ]
1"f< do about it? First, you can aid
1 ., in the ftht; to prevent it fro m -4 --J
happenng by being a member of!
i s ft SS Stt4' NAACP (Dues as low as $2.00for
,;; a whole year.) Next be a reg-
\ rOn istered voter. Here in D a d e 0 -f

County, you have no problem t< I
I prevent registration, that deprivethe % i
people from doing! .so in ether -
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Sunday afternoon, April 5, Williams, Pearl Elliott and Bes- citizens is to exercise the privi-
Miss Mary Evelyn Bethel, daughter sie Crochote were Miss Williams' lege of being a citizen by votim ,
in his community. When you pass '!
of Mr and Mrs. Causey Clark' attendants ,
up> the opportunity to vote, you
of 2540 NW- 161st str
Tom Thompson best
was man
are giving freedom
Bethel ,
up your
the wife of Willard son and acting as ushers were Sam The Golden Anniversary Spring
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bethel cf San.'pscn, Willie Shepard and Membership Campaign- under

Nassau. Geonge Bethel way and we need ycur sjipiport.:
The ceremony took place in a Don't wait to be asked to join. !
setting of pink and white gladl- The flower girl was Cherry Come over to our branch office In Fine Whiskey. .
o'.os! white and Holloway and Ralph Holloway
gaga pom-poms at 809 NW 3rd ave. cr call us at
ferns, placed on the porch of the was ring bearer. FR 1-5456 and we'll call on you. 1
bride's parents' home After the ceremony the couple Isn't it about time you stopped FLEISCIIMANN'SistheBlGbuy
'Miss Emma McKay was maid were hosts at a buffet dinner nitch-hlking and helped to pay
,. of honor end Misses Beatrice giver by the bride's parents. for your ride?

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BEAUTICIANSFROM late Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. 'you fox trot when the band .
Each year the association throughits plays a cha cha chat
40 STATES $6,000 various to the chapters college.) contributes You don't VISIT have' to 90 PROOF is why I w:

Another feature cf the -convention -
HOLD ,MEET will be the International Hair Don Strachan's Dance Studio .

CHICAGO "Education for Style Show on, Monday, Aril: 13. 7168 NW 16th Ave. PL 7-8766 BLENDED WHISKEY! 90 PROOF 6D% GRAIN !NEUTRAL SPIRITS I
Full Citizenship Through the Bal- Beauty Clinic To ..
lot Box" will be the theme as
more than 1,000 delegates from Present Futuramic -..rEVERYTHING
4)) states converge on Cleveland
April 12 for the 14th annual con- StylesThe ''
vention of the United Beauty MUST GO
School Owners and Teachers Association. International Beautician's
Also meeting in con- Association is to hold a two day
junction with the Association will beauty clinic to teach future sty-
b? the Alpha Chi Pi Omega So- ling at the beautiful Sir John
rority and Fraternity, made up Hotel in Miami. Stylist from the LOWESTPRICES
of beauticians. Carmen Murphy's House of Beauty -

Both groups were founded in in Detroit, will give remon-
Washington in 1945 by Mrs. Mar- strations en the modern tech-
jorie Stewart Joyner of Chicago niques of beauty culture. A spec-
who is the National Supervisor. ial feature of the affair will be
Mrs. Joyner is an executive of the attendance of Atty. William
the Madame C. J. ,Walker Pro- V, Banks, Supreme Grand Mas-
ducts Co. ter and sponsor of the beauty association

This is the second year that .
Top names is beauty culture
the convention has featured citizenship I
throughout the country are join-
education on its program. Ing this progressive society in., .
ore'' 10" 12
Representative Byrcn Johnson der to help our folks to be Over 100 TV'sDEMONSTRATORS
(D.-Colo) freshman Congressman in the beauty business. If you are 1
will be the principal speaker not getting all these benefits suchas $
at the awards banquet on ((1)) free beauty clinics fcr professional .
J 9 $2 9.
Tuesday, April 14, in the Ma- improvement, ((2) scholarships FLOOR SAMPLES
sonic Auditorium, 36th and Euclid for advance study, and '
Ave,? where all of the sessions endowment to AND TRADE-INS
((3)) $500 free every ,
will be held.
member then not getting
you are
Dr. Richard V. Moore, presi- what you: are paying for. Inter- MUST BE SOLD 17" 21"

dent cf Bethune-Cookman College naticnal Beauticians Association. TO MAKE ROOM FOR
at: Daytona Beach, will be extends these modem benefits to
the speaker at the opening session all. I NEW MERCHANDISE! $49 $59
of the convention on Sunday Beautician from all parts of
evening. The beauticians have the state of Florida are invited to
Now & Save I
raised more than )$5CF,000( for the attend this beauty clinic, -whichis Buy
college which was founded by the free I

--uaur.-- NO MONEY DOWN Pay as $4)50 Per

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" State Business r"

'_ PAGE 8 '- SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1959 League to Meet in

., TallahasseeBusinessmen I
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frcm all over Fla.
Ij : will gather In Tallahassee Mon-
,". day and Tuesday Acril 27 and 28 NE 5.3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
''l to attend the annual conventionof !
the Florida State Business
%,.A. League at Florida A and M Uni- '

National President F. D. Pat-

terson, former president of Tus- JAMES CAGNEY SHIRLEY JONESCAMWIIUAMSnwniw
t E1xf. kegee Inslitjte.': : is expected to be
A f h on hand for the meeting along
with Naticnal Field Director J. r

H Wickliffe.The S Q,

Florida Business League is AsAROGEB
a 'branch of the National Business
.1 League founded in 1900 by
SMITH' 'wt s WnlaBuea'ar wrcawt$ *aLZHIy
BcoAer T. Washington. James O.
M ibley, dry cleaning and laundry -
I ,plant owner of Tallahassee, I
is state president.
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F An interesting and helpful pro-

) rj gram of experienced and successful r
4 participants has been plan-
P n 'iS d3t
< ned. All used
efforts are being to
J : : let every Negro' businessman in
Flcrida to attend this meeting.

C No advance registration is neces- I
Contestants In the 'M I.. New 1 The Queen'
Providence' contest: Queen "Ml* Persons wanting more information F
Nsw Providence" ((2nd from left) can contact Mr. Mcbley, 312
r receives( honors from Mrs. Effl W Dershing St. in Tauanassee,
Walker, who pinned a beautiful or Garth C R&eves, Miami repre-
corsage on Her Highness.Left sentative.
In photo Is Mrs Ethel TECHNICOLOR. .
Knowles who placed second I In _...Crf..B........Rid.....Owe..w.Wirt."...prer/bp..wsrwwl-r-.....P4.1."=
the contest with a collection oft
Message of Thanks
$ 9. On' extreme right Is Mrs. t
Lillian Evans, a contestant.'Third
place winner went to Mrs. Alice Frederick Nook of 1381 NW' MONDAY, TUESDAY
67th st. is at home after undergoing
K'ght' (not shown) who raised -
over $80. Total amount raised was, surgery at Jackson Memo- ',HEY MADE THE
rial Hospital.
Funeral director, Lester Albert
He wishes to thank his man
principal speaker for the occasion, friends l guilds and clubs for the SINCE MISTER
", crowned Miss Martin, as queen.. many beautiful flowers and R09ERTS'1
., The affair was held at the Masonic ' cards, and the members of St
Temple, 941 NW 3rd Ave., Agnes Church and my minister,
Thursday night, April 2.-Photos the Vent John E. Culmer, foi 1
by Johnson of Miami. visits and prayers in my behalf I
God bless all of you.



,.i.!", n.... .MEET CHICAGO. 4ii

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Cleveland, Ohio The 1959
board meets; of the national \ ,'
,Y convention! cf Gospel. Choirs and ti r. Fr < !
Choruses, Inc., 'will convene April 4iLJ LstiI
21 to 24 at the Mt: Pisgah CME }
Church, 2290 Park' Ave., Mempi -
t :s, Tenn., Rev. D., W. Browning _

: The, paster Memphis' Choral Union, Miss Lucille Martin, who retained 1 / i; .

fir. headed by A. J. T-vigg, will be her title as "Queen" ol i
: h'st to this! -meeting, and will New Providence Court, No 129
': :f' present a pre-board musical program Heroines of Jericho by raisingthe
,I ). on Tuesday, evening, April highest amount of money for
.l' lei. . her lodge. Amount raised was, THE SMOOTHER BOURBON e'f0E it
. Dr. Thorns: A. Dorsey, national $229. Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whltkty 6 Yn.Old
resident: uf Chicago, will preside 88 Proof CAftcliot Aft Dist Co. Frankfort, Ky. ,
t over the sess:..ns. Choir directors, BETHUNE
,. ,j' presidents and members of the ,,
'I many chcral unions organized ALUMNI DAY
.' throughout America are expectedto APRIL 19 CAPITOL
'::' :: be in attendance. One of the :1 TEXAS RANGHISISIY
ihlghl'shts' wf the' 'board Daytona Beach Willie J,
',,'4'" .will bs the report from the 'cons Wright national president of the:, THEATRE :
o.." mittee cn revision of Bethune-Cookman College Na-, I
.." f' ..'..''and: constitution Henry by-laws J, Car'; tional Alumni Association, an. I' $T.. MtDNITB 1MB ION
tuthers, national treasurer of nounces that. the 15 chapter !presidents \ SUN., MON., TUES.a O
Chicago: is the 'chairman of this representatives of Be, I APRIL 19 20 21 THE .
committee One of the major thune-Qcokman Cojleije) AlumniAssociation The 7th Voyage of
items for discussion will be plans have.been' invited to "
\ for the building cf, a new national be guests of the college on April Sinbad ,gYIIlri
headquarters to be located 19, during the celebration of BCC
Escort West"with
somewhere in the central part of Alumni Day.
the USA. Final plans for the annual Rev. Harold Whitehurst, minis- Victor Mature
convention to be held in ter of First Baptist Church, Sanford r FRENCH
Philadelphia' .'August 2-7, will also and Principal. of JRE Lee oavrakitctustt TECHNICOLORs
be .made: High School Wildwood, will be .
Some of the outstanding personalities the alumni day speaker on this
and church laymen long occasion. The Gilbbs High Schoo] RITZTHEATRE
'.'connected -with the National Senior Choral Group, under the STARTS WEDNESDAY
Convenlion who will be in attendance direction of Ernest Ponder will]
in be the guest artist group; TheBethuneQcotoman
Memphis{ will be Mrs.
Artelia Hutchins, Detroit, first College Choir, rwr: fiLMED ON LOCATION IN .THE HAYSTACK 11W3W
.,. under the direction of Thomas D
; president Mrs.
.E" ; Myrtle NOW PLAYING
: .,'Crump St. ,,Louis, secretary; Mrs. Damps and the band, under the t! MGM,,.. DIBBlE RriHOfJJS.OORNIDAlL.l
/'I (Marian Pairs, Chicago, financial i direction of L. Allen Pyke II, will 1] "IMITATIONOF ,' fADtDOUGIAS -
*' also be preseQ.ted.Your. ,
'1'r'' :'", picretary; Rev D..;\\M, Byrd, Buf'Jfdlo p.r.....FRED CWI
chairman. Trustee board, and .
**"1' Miss OF LIFE"t := Mat1ng
Sallie Martin, Chicago, na- 'If"'l. '
Vote is ?
:'I \.t" Hional ..organizer."v ., Need .:, :' . ,, '- ,.._

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.,. ....... -. -. ...--...-,.. RUTH' ....-..PERRY-.-- .... ... ..... I H - '""- Opening,. Notice .

Before the Florida Legislature
convened' there were,rumors and by most cf the lejistors is their ... Dynarmation, newest of the
apparent complete lack of under-
much speculation as to the specific standing cf the realistic and far- movie-making processes and J Jr
road 'It would take during 1
this momentous session of 1959. reaching characteristics of the easily the most spctacular is used
program proposed by Collins for the first, time In Columbia
THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE Certainly the Negro would lose Pictures, Technicolor entertain-
ground tmn.xrJly: in tihe fight for . ment 4The 7th Voyage'of Sinbad"
', Althouiv the calendar tells '''us freedom and first class citizenship .,. . . r. which opens Sunday at the Capitol
the. year is 1959 for many citizens if there were many restrictiveand .,.{i.' .:" Theatre. The Arabian Nights
r 1t in Florida time has apparently prejudiced laws passed. But ;,: .. t: adventure stars Kerwin Mathewsand
r stood still for the past 50 or 75 when we consider the overall picture } . Kathryn Grant and co-stars
years If we are to judge from all citizens in Florida would Richard Eyer as the .Genie Torin
the attitudes, ravings! and expressions lose ground too. This is a fact \ Thatcher heads the supporting iciest
&f rejudiced thinking recorded that most of the law makers v." r'.' cast. A Momlngside Production
from Tallahassee' in the meeting in Tallahassee seem to ))9 "The 7th Voyage of Siribad" was
last few days, the majority of the overlook. .' THE MILDER BOURBON
'\\. written for the screen by
Florida legislators'_are still backin ",, rf.' ftwton WMskiy.6 Yn.Ol4'
<''ii ; neth Kolb.) Nathan Juran direct* (Unlucky Stn&M 1'i-
Civil War days in their thinking Continued selfish sectionalismand \ t ed and Charles. (IB. Schneer pro- 16 Proof Wjghrt to DM.for,ntuMOrt,>
It is more than ever appar- 'playing the game of politics ''' duced. r
ent when we read of the Legis with too limited and biased a 1' -
lature's 'reaction to Gov, Collins' view on the ,part of many Florida
recent speeches. We can therefore l legislators will halt Florida's pro-
'draw some pertinent con- gress for many years. White as 2 AND '3 BEDROOM
clusions from 'the unyielding attitude well as Negro citizens will feel Kansas City born Mary Esther :
of the members of the legislature the economic pinch and the loss Tiller first Negro airline hostessfor CBS AND FRAME HOMESALSO
; of national respect and cooperation - an American-based Interna-
if short sighted and provincial tional airline took her first
( -
'We knew) of course what the men try to go against the flight last week when she flewon INCOME PROPERTY
attitude of the majority would be tide of enlightened the Kansas City to New York
concerning racial legislation. If regress.: run for TWA. A graduate 'of: AROUND ORCHARD VILLA AREA
it were not so terrifying and disgusting PROGRESS OR STATUS QUO? Sumner high school Miss Tiller
it would be ridiculous to also spent three and a half yearsat ALSO CARVER'S RANCHES
watch the elected representativesof ,Tt; would surely be the better the University of Californiaat
cne of the states of our union part of wisdom for the legislatureto. Los Angeles. She is the daughter LOW DOWN PAYMENTSWe
behaving in such an infantile and heed the words of Gov. Col- of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Tllle
reactioary manner. It is frightening lins, that is, if the law-makers of Kansas City. Miss Tiller can
to see a group of legislators want continued advancement toward speak German and French. She! buy lots and houses for cash b
literally "fiddling" while Rome the goal of a better Florida is a member of the Alpha Kappa
burns. Perhaps( some Florida citi- In a defiant and troubled Alpha sorority.-ANP.
zens can find pity. in their hearts South, Florida could lead the way Chas. H. Pyke RealtorPLaza
for such inept and immature behavior toward better understanding and ,
but to those who want enlightened' progress. The men
Florida to progress and prosper meeting in Tallahassee have heard THANKS 78151JAMES ;
as an outstanding state, there can the challenge. Will they rise to
be nothing but disgust for such meet it, or will they continue to Mrs. Ida Dorsett Davis of 3249
insular and bigoted actions shout rebel yells and shroud their NW 43rd terrace wishes to
minds and hearts with the heavy thank the many friends and associates -
COLLINS' PROGRAM oloa'k' of prejudice and bigotry? It, who remembered her

Gov., Collins proposed an out- Is their opportunity and responsibility I during her recent illness at Jack-
standing and now. For the continued son Memorial Hospital.
progressive program -
progress of Florida, let us hope
for the I
legislature to con
Special thanks to the pastor
uhese take the
men right road.
sider. Even though we do not and members of Bethany Seventh
agree with -any part or parcel of Day Adventist Church.
the student Assignment Law, we 5 & lOc STORE
must agree that Collins advised Your !prayers, flowers and donations -

' against repressive and explosive Advertise It, Pays! were contributors to my. NW3rdAve.
legislation with regard to 'school recovery. 1200 Phone FR, 3-9481
segregation and especially, in, the
matter of school closing. The
governor warned the legislatorsthat
any action taken by them Spring Cleaning .
during this session would !be !
their full reStPons, bfUty. In other Spray guns M .......?... 38* Plastic scarf, ea ............ 100 if
gress areas and relating economic to the advancementof future pro- Black Flag spray ............ 43* Plastic drapes pr. ........ 874**

Fkrida it seemed to me that QUICK Aero wax ...............,.....:.... 43* Plastic bedspread is..1.OO!$
the governor proposed the most
enlightened and outstanding pro- GRITS Dish rigs .*. ................ 100 Bid sheets, sa. ,.,......... 1.89' 1
ever put before Florida ".
gram any ,
legislature. Dish towels sa ............. 15* Pillow slips, ea. ............ 58*;,

. now iln tho new
it is a sad commentary on most .
with tho .
of the members of the Florida gingham box ."

political legislature greed that because and ineptitude of their cooMn' pot trademark! Money "orders,.. .. and" Simplicity Patterns told every, day Monday '

they will willingly endanger the thru Friday 7:45: a.m. to 7 ,.",-Sat till 9 p.m.; ,
future' prosperity; of their state
because of their unyielding and
out-dated .political philosophy. i
Perhaps these,men feel that they .
are safeguarding the sanctity of .
Florida's present segregated state
.. If they pass reckless and defiant .... '., .. N
laws the status
upholding quo.
Perhaps the "pork chop" clique FORGET THE,
feel that reapportionment is real-
ly not' good for the'state. But it I.
could be that some other sectionsof
the state are tired of paying
for the "pork, chops" and would ,TVREPMRS i
like to taste some themselves.


The most frightening thing 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 td 3 '
about the attitude shown so far


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Rev. E. M. Thomas, .pastor .- S. A. Thomas, pastor

d, Phyllis !Myers, reporter D. B.. reporterWe
"Only fear the Lord, and serve I I enjoyed a very lovely and
School last
interested Sunday en
Him in truth with all your heart: L. E. Thomas was

'. V} hath for consider done for how you.great" things He ray absent Sunday.carried!but Supt.on assistant in a fine Supt.way.Mur-

Oittrctj ::1:1THE We ,bran our day with Sunday '!Rev. J. Williams, who recently

to School with the assistant superin- was very sick, was ,present tc

me tendant in charge. The lesson take the pastor's place as the "reviewer -

was reviewed by Sister Gray. of the lesson. The biblical
4 quiz spcnsored by Mrs. Marie
The devotional service was Nottaje, a member of one of the
conducted ,by the Junior Deacon adult classes ended last Sunday

ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU Denson. The music was furnished The ,prize offered for the adult
by the junior choir' Rev. Stephens the of the
MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" ................................ 5:30: pm preached the morning's sermon. pupil answering most
I Evening Worsuip ............ 7:30: p.m questions was wen by Miss Eugenia -
4 PAGE 10 SATURDAY APRIL 18 1959 welcome the Shields. Nice project for
Visitors always At 3 p.m. we had 19th anniversary -
"''unaay School........... 9:30: am of the No. 2 choir. We creating interest among grows
Morning Worship ........ l li:00: am thank the other choirs for makingthe for study and other activities.
14th St In the absence of the pastor
323 N.W.
BETHANY BAPTIST program a big success. ,
\ Ordination Rev. J. L. Johnson pastor Rev. Williams conducted the'
3078 N.W. 45th St. Sunday Services Sunday night the devotional morning worship which was nice!
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor service was conducted by Junior spiritually. His sermon was good

Be Celebrated Sunday School............ 9:30 am ST. JAMES A.M. E. beacons Stephens and Nichols. and inspiring.! Junior church played -
Morning Service ............ 11 a.m. The music was. furnished by the an important part in the rendition
I The .'i=,astor: officers and members BTU ............. 5:30: pan I Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor male chorus. Rev. Chalk preached of the services. Miss E.
of St. Peters A. O. Cathedral Evening"Service ............ 7:30: p.m Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporterThe ( a great sermon." Peterson in charge as director.
cordially invite you to attend the Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30 p.rn The church rally closes on next
usual order services
of Visitors: are always welcome to
of the ordinatio Sunday. Seemingly is
30th anniversary everyone
will be followed at St. James
to the priesthood of the M o s t MT. ZION A. M. E. Sunday ,beginning with the Sun- come and worship with us at any anxious to do their /best by rais-

Rev Richard Grant, DD.> DCi, time. ing a creditable sum in finance.
152nd St. day School at 9:30: a.m., followedby
22nd Ave. Corner
L.T.H., Sunday, April 19 at 3 11am. We must find time for com-
the morning worship at
p.m. at the church, 1725 NW 3rd Opa Locka muning with God, cr God will
and the
evening worship
Charles Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor not find time to
court. Canon F. Cooper, GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev bless us
I rector. Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m. service at 7 pm. You are always, welcome to

N. Rolle, P. R. C. Morning worship ............ 11 am At 4 pan., the baby contest and James E. Culmer, pastor worship at Mt. Sinai..

Miss Emerald Wing, League ................................ 5 p.m Tom Thumb wedding, under the Eddie Edwards, clerk .,........ ..
School.............. ::: .: : :;::;:c ,_ --.
chairman Com. Evening worship ................ 7 p.m. direction of Mrs. Esther Scott Sunday 9:30: a.m ::: ;; :
Morning worship .... ........ 11H:
will be held at the church. We HARLEM SQUARE
NEW HOPE BAPTIST THE INCARNATION invite all the members and Westminster Fellowship .... 6 p.m

.. 1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr. friends of St. James to come out SWEET SHOPA
} Kev. James E. Drown pastor TRINITY WESLEYANRev.
tfro. Vandell Bovan, reporterThe E. S. Clarke Jr., vim and witness this affair. Much ef- FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
Susan Butler, reporter fcrt has been spent to make this George E. Johnson, pasty
Business of Christ Jesus" an enjoyable, affair, and we are, Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, report- COLD CUTS COSMETICS

was most brilliantly delivered toa Sundays: urging you to come out and helpus Sunday: School ....................9 aox.
capacity audience on last Sun- Church School and make it a success. Morning worship .*.........,....... 11:0: 208 N.W. 10th Street

day by the Rev. Father Lang, a Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: a.m. On last Young People's Meeting 5 JJ.II ::: =: :: :: ::: .;. :::1
pioneer: mnister of West Palm Solemn Sung Mass and Sunday our pastor
Beach. Then to close out another Sermon .................... 11:00: a.m. preached two wonderful sermons, -- ----- Z11Z1 iZ11ZZZZ ZIZZZZZiZZZ.S

day of worship we were again E. Y. C. Meeting ...,..,. 6:00 p.m. and ten persons were received as

this inspired time by the that subject great of the minister mes- Solemn Sermon Evensong......... ....and......... 7:30 p.m. music members was of furnished. the the Male The PIANO SICK ? ,

Tuesday: Chorus of St. James and they
was "Christian Religion, p
St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild were at their best.

begin Sunday as coming usual with services Sunday will Rehearsal...:............... 5:30: p.m We are extending an invitationto SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. I
.. Wednesday:
School, morning service and evening LOW Mass .................... 6:30: am all members and friends of St. | FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A !
service .
Evensong and Meeting of James to worship with us. You
Choir No. 2 will celebrate its Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. are always welcome at "T h e AND ORGAN SERVICES N
third anniversary with a great Thursday: Friendly Church."
battle of gospel singing at this The 1935 N.W.
Choir of St. Michael'sAnd 153rd St. OSER'VICe
l time various choirs and of
groups I All Angels MT. ZION BAPTIST

the city will participate in the Rehearsal ........?.......... 5:30: p.m. Luvenla MU 8-3770
program., This is certainly a treat Friday: Knox
you don't want to miss at this St. Cecelia's Public Relations Officer
Choir .
time I would like to to Dea- *-"g "I-"S E" *. in, E .-I.T -I.-I.T--VT.1E..
say Rehearsal.... ...........,. 8:00: pm It was' a 'gratifying experienceto
ccn 'Henry Jefferson and the .
Stations o/ the Cross v ,
watch the success of efforts -15'
members of choir No. 2 congrat-
: Sundays, Solemn Mass
which had been pjt: forth in
ulations on this your third anniversary !- ligh Mass and Benediction plan-
more. and may you have many he Blessed Sacrament on All Mount ing for Zion"Go on to'last Church Sunday.Day"The at Get out of the rut! Come and see

Feast Days.Weekends.
We will close out another day minister, officers and membersof
of worship with our regular mass on aU the church and of Ward N6. 2
evening poly and Saints' Days
call ,to worship at 6:30: p.m. Solemn Sung Mass 6 a.m. on are most appreciative to all who Bishop HunterWHO
Our pastor will be in charge of *1J Feast Days. made contributJtns in any man-
the services throughout the day ner and extend thanks for this.

along wth choir and ushers board There will toe corporate com On Sunday, April 26 the Lay- IS WELL
No. 1 Let us not forget that revival munion for the Episcopal' Church men of the church will sponsor

services will begin at our Women of the Incarnation at the Men's Day. The speaker at .thc KNOWN AS

church on Monday night with 11 a.m Solemn Song (Mass and morning service will be Rev. J. '
that great minister of Tampa in Sermon with procession. All K. Bryant, minister of the Tab- PROF. HUNTER

the person of Rev. W. H. Calhounpreachng women of the church are urged ernacle Baptist' Church in W e s t _
out of his soul for ten to be present. Palm Beach If For the
you have heard past 33 years'
\ nights.' So let's make it a pointto The annual baby contest 'will Rev. Bryant before you need only ,.
come out and bring a friendor be held on Tuesday, June 30 at to know when he will be present I

relatives. the Parish Hall, 17th ave. and and you will certainly come out, If you are tick and

69th st. The following ,people are If you have not heard him come worried or in trouble .
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST on the baby contest committee: and hear a masterful speaker, r ty r

Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Chairman, Olive Pinder; vita You will be proud to know young this is the place to ?

L1 Mrs Hazel Levan, reporter Chairman, Hazel Grant, Vera Bryant,, I come. Don't stay in the
Wyche Isabelle
Young, Lilla
1571 N.W. 68th Terrace Johnson, Ellendar Simons, Le- One of the features of the rut. Push back the veil j
/I' Be still and know that I am nora Scott, Annie Webster, Sybil Men's Day program is that there I of the lack of understanding -

God. I will be exalted among the Johnson, Emma Rodriguez, Mar- will be a contest in which ten F k F
heathen, I will be exalted in the garet Jones, Barbara Williams men will compete for "Mr Zion". and bad luck \ j . v ,

earth. Psalm 46:10: Is the text for and :-Barnadine Rolle. Trophies will be presented to the that seem to hold you A44;

Sunday, April 19 when our pastor If any of( these ladies contact winners cf these two groups dur- in track and ad- '
r: preaches the morning's mes- you for support won't you please ing the evening service. Iso, at your
cooperate with them to the beastot the evening service a Health vance forward by the J

sage.We are ''honored to have as our your ability. Our goal is $2,000 Panel, comprised of some of the help of God.
guest speaker Sunday evening, Let US. make more than that' prominent doctors of Miami.

the sister of Rev. I. W. Hepburn Your home
day life
every be made
Much time and consideration Is can happy.
a missionary from Nassau. Come FIRST BAPTIST He
will show
out and hear her deliver her being given so that as you Irink you to bypass your enemies and get the
message. This will really be an Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor of the spiritual cup you will do things that God put in the world for you. Let the

occasion you'll long remember. Mrs. Sara E. Scott, secretaryYou so with Joy. peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the
The boys and girls of our Sun- Join an auxiliary of the church power that is in you will be awaken and
are invited
to attend and will be
use your talent to the glori- you
day School refuse to let anotherchurch church at First Baptist on Sun- fication of Him, our Holy Crew in a higher state of mind and spirit.
receive the banner of the ,
day when the men of the church tor.
Sunday School's Convention will terminate their Men's Day Listen to Radio Station WMIE at 1140
Y which will convene in July. They rally with Deacon dial on your .
W J. Armstrong
MT. TABOR BAPTISTMrs. every morning at 6:59 from
have Monday
'planned a wonderful through
party as chairman and
Friday and
"j' Saturday, April 18 at Mrs. Levan's Edwin Ramsey as co-chairman. Lois Hicks reporter on Sunday at, 6:45 a.m. you are invited
home. Please, come out and NOTE; Visitors are always we) to to the Radio Ministry of Bishop Hunter of
support' your Sunday School. The men have worked very come. the Spiritual Temple of Zion Church located ,
Sister Cleolia McCartney has hard to make this day a success, Order of Service Southwest 17th St. Hollywood at 5417
,set as a goal $500 for the Wo- and have planned an excellent Sunday\ School .,...................... 9:3G be accepted for the continuation, Donation will
man's Church. "> program for services throughoutthe Morning worship 11:00 of this broadcast.Prof. .

,We /were !glad to see Bro. K. day. BTU ........................................ 5:30: Hunter's office is
Sears back to church Sunday We are looking forward to having Evening worship .................... 7:30: to 4 p.m.from open daily from 10 a.m.
after his recent accident. Sister a fine time spiritually and fi 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and consultation. .
Mary Bain is still 'on the sick nancially. Come on and worship Closed all day Wednesday. Prof licensed

list., with us at First Baptist, the CORINTH BAPTIST by the State and County as a Reader.
church where
you're never a
, MATTHEW stranger. 1450 N.W. 69th St. One
AMEZ mile
east of 7th Ave.
ReT W. T. Thomas putt on Highway 441 Old
1628 NW.5th Are. Phone NE 5-1518 Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remem.

Rev. Daniel Pridgen pastor ,, Services every Sunday ber the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St. West
Don't Fret Fight! Sunday School ............ 9:30 Florida Hollywood,
!'Sunday School ................ 9:48: sin, am.
Morning Worship ............ 11 jn. Morning Service ............ 11 a.m. .
Evening worship .......- 7:30: p.m. Join The NAACP Evening Service >.._. 7:30 p.m. I --- , -
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ethel Baptist Letter to The Editor I THE MIAMI TIMES, -"The People Newspaper"

The Baha'i Assembly of Miami i SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1959 PAGE 11
wishes to thank The Miami Times.
Woman's Day for its many courtesies and for Its t
cooperation in printing cur pub- First Aid ClassesAt First aid is a must for all per
licity releases.We sons for 'prevention and survival.
have just been notified by Martin Mrs. Jackson, supervisor of Civilian -
ir the National Defense deserves much
Baha'i Press Ser-
The American Red Cross Is cooperating -
vice of publicity'' results throughout with Civilian Defensein credit for this program.. Mrs. Oral
the US. for the past year. In conducting a Red Cross 'First D. Taylor who has conducted
four. of 11 special events in which Aid Class at Martin Elementary many first aid classes for fled
& Miami publicized! eight, we rated School in Richmond Heights. The", I Cross is the efficient instructorof
j second place twice, and third class meets on Wednesday even- this (group.
1 ;lace twice. This covered events ; ings from 7 to 9 o'clock
7, : such as United Nations Day and
kMR9wWILENE World Religion Day. I I I
In regular publicity, coveringour
public meetings and local
news Miami rated first in cir- Easy Terms
culation and third
in column
Inches This is a great honor, Build on your lot /e
I since we compete with communities or mine
.j like New York, Chicago etc. We take care of financing
We could not have 1
achieved this remarkable record NO MONEY DOWN A

without! : the gracious assistanceThe Cash paid for your lots or
Miami Times has given us. home
The Baha'i Assembly of Miami is
,' ..J II' most .grateful for your kind services Money loaned on your
< q':' Many thanks!
\. ;; Home or Lot
1... .. .. Sincerely, Mltpl
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Miami Baron JE 8-1340
P. ,
The Baha'i Assembly of Kentucky Straight" Bourbon Whiskey 8 Yrt Old
The ,annual Woman's Day proof Press George Savitt 86Proof* AncltntAg Dllt.Co.,Frlnkfort/ ,Ky.
the Greater New Bethel Representative
1 p tist' Church, Opa Locka, will ST. FRANCIS XAVIER ""e._ ,, 0_ "
[fcilheld Sunday, April 26. NW 4th Ave. and 16th Terr,
e1 guest speaker for the Phone FR 9-1424 DRIVER'S LICENSE !
>raing sevices will be Mrs B. MASSES HICKS'Photo

iWWdron of West Palm Beach Dally................................. 8 am
jWaldron is the daughter of Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m StudioUltra BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONEOBE1RRYS
[late Rev. C. P. Powell and a
1Me ber of the Roanoke Baptist TRIUMPH CHURCH Fine Portraits

@xch. She received her elemen- Jamcft, E. licks, Prop. ]
yjand high school education in Prince II, Mobley, pastorSis.
Beach County, is a gradu- C. McKinney, reporter"Israel's Studio: MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
[pf Florida A and M Univer- First the
King" was 2440 NW 60th St.
and an instructor at Palm- subject of the lesson on Sunday FR 4-7756
Elementary School of West past Memory verse and the devotional Phone NE 3.3166 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
Beach reading was found in

Irs. Waldron is chairman of Samuel 1224.: The lesson was _ .._ .""If I
iculutn of Palm Beach Coun- discussed by the classes and it -- -
[Schools and a member of the was very informative.
icnal Sorority of Phi Delta
>pa Sorority You are invited The lesson for the YPE band
(come out and hear this great was discussed by the presidentand
iker.Irs. the subject was "Spiritual t
Wilene C. Robinson is Sleep," Mark 143638.: It was
teral chairman of the Woman's most interesting.The .

y Activities co-chairman.Mrs Charity Sto11 devotional service for the St N k J J" :
evening was conducted by Bro.R. .
Moultry and the expressionswere
rgan Recital at cpen' by Sister C. Brady. .
There was a wonderful praise p r
emple Baptist service. The sermon was delivered -
by Rev Glosten, pastor of the'
[Sunday niiiht at 8 o'clock New Liberty City church. His ,ro
rles Weir will be presentedan subject was "Rejoice Wth Me ForI A aaN :., E '
organ recital at Temple Have Found That Which Was Mi
>tist Church, 1723 NW 3rd Lost. The sermon was well
:ire, This is expected to be a preached and enjoyed by all, ,
usical treat, and a large attendee -
is anticipated. Donation The\ Union meetng on Sunday i r wi h
1.00. afternoon was really wonderfuland
Mr Weir received his early ed- well attended The messagewas "3
:ation in the Bahamas He gradated delivered by Prince D. Williams. !-
from Florida A and M His message was about being -
College with a BA. in music education the same God today as He
majoring in organ. Whilet always was.NEW . I
> Florida A&M his organ 4nfstructcrs. -
were: C, Edouard Ward, MT. CALVARY
fa Fullbriiht Scholarship holder,
end Colonius'S. Davis, a brilliant Rev W P. Tarpley, pastor
[ organist and pianist a product ot Edha E. Thompson reporter
the Boston Conservatory f
Since graduatng, he has held Sunday School was opened up.
the following positions: Organistand at the usual hour by our Supt.
instructor of music at Prairie We had a very large attendancein
View A & M College, Prairie Sunday School. Remarks Were
View, Texas; instructor of musicat made by Bro Martin. The junior
Randolph County Training choir and usher board No.1 ren- r. ,
School, Cuthbert, Ga., onjanlst of dered their services for the day :.
two well known local churches, Both scrnvcns were deliveredby
St. Peter's American Catholic our pastor. And they were enJoyed 4 .f
Church and St. Agnes Episcopal. by all. On the sick list we
(Last year it was Mr. Weir's have Mary Tarpley, S. W. Williams
privilege to study under Professor and Parthenia McRoy. We Samuel Wheeler and daughter GAyle with daddtouriuttali. flOUr UtUe Gayle 11i the"
Wlllard Irving Nevins, direc- wish them all a very speedy recovery itar of this household," 'tn.' Wheeler declare "The. only milk ahrt ever had la Carnation
tor of the Giulmant School of Visit the sick.Beautiful .

Music located in the First Pres- Mrs. Samuel Wheeler, Y.: W.: C. A. leader says:
byterian Church, New York. Mr.
Weir is currently employed as an HomeOn
instructor of music in the Dad e Large Lot "THERE'S ONLY ONE '"
County school system serving the
A. L. Lewis and Naranja schools. Your lot can be a paymenton EVAPORATED MILK FOR MECARNATION"Mrs.
He also assists in the music pro-
gram of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.! this bedroom new 2- Mrs. Wheeler IB YWCA Young Adult
The public is cordially Invitedto baths : Wheeler is the wife of a former a

see him at the organ Sunday 1331 N.W. 56th St. Harlem Globetrotter, Samuel Wheeler, program director In St. Louis. "My

night Open 3.5 p.m. who Is now a co-owner of the Harlem cooking milk la Carnation' she says

Baron JE 8-1340 Magicians basketball team. Young "it is double-richso rich it whips!I"

Drive Carefully ...- r-recipe;-LEMON FLUFF-PIE iUa1m-inch:*fZ -cr i;; l

NEED MONEY! I CRUMB CRUSTi Blend crust Ingredients together. Una sides

lit and 2nd mortgage loans fl.OOO par Ul.%' mo. I 2 cups crushed graham crackers and bottom of 9-Inch pie plate, saving V ,
I '
131.88 mo. I Y cup melted butter or shortening cup crumbs for topping. Combine gelatin,
Pay off all your bills U.500 par 2 tablespoons sugar lemon I
I M water, sugar, and 2 tablespoons
H2.5 mo.
additions) cash ,000 pay
Get I FILLINOi Juice. Cool. Chill Carnation In refrigerator I
Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments I 1 package((3 ounces) tray until soft ke crystals form around edges I'

FREE-24 hour inspectionNo I lemon-flavored gelatin of tray(about 15 to 20 minutes).Whip chilled
Cost to You I 4 cup hot water Carnation with remaining lemon juice about I IVAPOUnD

Dade-Broward Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL I Vi Vi cup cup granulated lemon Juice sugar 1 minute. Add cooled gelatin mixture and M I L f1I. .
2 min
1 cup undiluted CARNATION lemon rind; whip until fluffy (about .
ANYTIME EVAPORATED MILK utes) Pour Into crust Sprinkle with remaining -wao.

Miami: FR 7-4812 Hollywood: WA 3-7071 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind crumbs. Chill about 1 hour,or until firm."f COtIf4 Cow"
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.. 'THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People* Newspaper"PAGE ANNUAL Baby Contest 'I/:"*:; Northwestern, "Seniors

12 SATURDAY, APRIL 18,..1959Tl BANQUET AND And Tea > to Present Play

The senior class of '59 Is presenting -
I' ''its play titled "Stardust"a
The Miami Hostess Club 'pre-
: CONGREGATIONAL I. St.:. Peters AME Mission APRIL 23 sents Its first Baby Contest and comedy 'in three acEs by Walter

i'I .. Rev. Charles Wilks, pastor Rev. W. E. Taylor, pastor You will miss a treat if you, are I on Tea the Sunday Skylight: April Roof 19; of 5 to the 7 P-m-Miami i ,Monday Kerr. 'The evening:play will, April be presented 27 at 8

\ t A. E. McNeal, reporter Ora D. Taylor, reporter not among the many friends who Carver. Hotel. Miss Dollie o'clock. Ccme put and witness.a

will celebrate with the Phyllis I Hawkins, 'president{ Miss Veda real treat. ,This It a play that will
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'services begun
Sunday as our guest speaker we Sunday
Club long ''be remembered' 'by your; Admission -
Art and ..
Wheatley Rolle, report
School at '
will have Dr. Herman Long, director with Sunday -.50 cents.ASTHMATICS'. .
and second
\ of the Department, of Race 10 o'clok. The attendance was their 33rd anniversary '
Relations at Fisk University, pleasing, this being a neW' Sun annual Banquet and Fashion Friendly Schenley '! :

Nashville, Tenn. Also as guest day School. After lesson study, Show. j' '

Dr. L. K. Lawless of Chicago, the group reassembled for review This spectacular affair will be Man Coming Want .simple, effective relief
rum choking, lacking brut
world renown dermatologist. by the pastor and closing. held Thursday, April 23' at 8 pjm. '
Doctors Long and Lawless are The primary class was the ban- ehial asthma spa.zu! ? (let genu
at Liberty! Square Auditorium, Watch fcr the Friendly Schen-.
Inc( Ureatht"lsee 1 what'ou
here attending the executive ner class In attendance and collection 6306 NW 14th ave, featuring ley Mart's' Show in your, neighborhood -
'' board of the Board of Home Mis- We are asking for donorsof mcdel Portia Bannister, well bar, (brought to you by befit mlshlng.. There's no
.PAG'Ord The members of the 'Fellowship current AME Sunday School substitute for original Breath
sons. known civic worker, ardent club Sohenley representative W. J. '
are always glad to bringto literature until we become stronger. worker and leading business wo Brassfield, featuring Ed Cook's easy inhalant and nebulizing set

the church goers of Miami Rev. Harris, pastor of St. man. Others modeling are Charles record show on tape. Gifts and I Get.t.Irr comfort: by breathing. Guarj
such prominent speakers. James AME Church in Liberty Sands Jr., Mrs. Athalie Range, door prized will be given away. Ill '
J & j Dituti DI,:rr. HTOKK:
Our morning service begins at City, donated some literaturelast Mrs. Essie Carter, Mrs. Pauline -_-..- ..-- .- -., ------ ---
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Am 11 o'clock in th@ auditorium of quarter We need more for Allen, Mrs. Clarice Turner, Mrs.

the'Seven Day Adventist School, this quarter. Will you help? Mercedes McBride, Mrs. GerthaC. VI'S GUEST HOUSE
BeTh NW 50th street and 25th avenue The following committee was Williams, Mrs. Coretha\ Brooks, ,
Rev. Charles Wicks, :pastor appointed, to prepare the Mother's Mrs. Frankle Glover, Mrs. Ver- REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMSBy

( A. E. McNeal, reporter Day program. neta Stephens, Mrs. Ruby Selon. Day or Week

arc Grenda St. Clair, George C. Efficiency Privileges Mrs. Elvira. W. Smith, Prop.
cordi FIRST UNITARIAN Hudson, Louise Thompson, Fan- Narrators, Mrs. Hazel Wright,
30th nie Haglns, Sheila Tynes. Mrs. N. Williams. Phones: OX 1.5343 FR 9-9359
to ttoRev On Sunday April 19, 11 ajm a Let's these
encourage young 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue
special service of recognition for people who are anxious to help Tickets may be purchased from

L.TJ new members will be held at the church grow. They are making all club members. Reservationswill _
Nrc ""-
p.m First Unitarian Church, Dixie and selling flowers for Mother's be taken no later than 12

cour Highway at SW 29th Road. Participating Day to help the "Rent Fund" for o'clock Thursday, April 23. For
rectt in the service with the use of cur beautiful meeting reservations call these persons:
minister will be president James place at Dorsey Junior High. Mrs. Pearl Wise, FR 9-1581; Mrs. Q
C. Lee and Mrs Heffb'ert Wain- are proud of these young people Wet.I Marie Price, NE 5-1872; Mrs. N

wright, chairman of the Membership Rev. Taylor is appealing to the Marguerite Everhart, NE 5-0226.

Committee. Rev. Glenn O. people:> in the area of Dorsey Jr. Mrs. Naomi Troutman,

Canfield has chosen the subject, High School and others to join Publicity Chairman ii'

it "Are You Able to Form Your with us if you do not have a
Ji:: Own Religion?" for his sermon church home. We need you and Spiritual Tea

I. topic that morning. God needs you ttf help build an
Sunday at 4 ,
AME church, in the area of NW p.m. ; __
war: ST. MARY'S W. M. 70th street. Sunday School begins _
The Grand
United Faithful
a < each Sunday at 10 ajn.; church .- ,
daj Sunday School began at usual services begin at 11 ajm., Few Club No. II, Is! sponsoring an 5 Y
plo hour of 9:45: wth the superintenBe Old Fashioned Spiritual Tea,
Be Miss Marva Trotman in MT. HERMON given at the spacious (gardens of -
A. M. E.
Mrs. Lillian Pratt 3359 NW
da: change. Classes took their respective "
im places with their teachers. Rev Samuel Gay, pastor 52nd st., on Sunday, April 26,
thl The lessen was reviewed by the Opa Locka from 4 pan, until The public is
cordially Invited to attend. H57J7 N.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI,FLORIDA Phonwt OX 14U1, OX 1-434
sai superintendent and John Bullard. Publicity CommitteeAt iOaear
,; Our third, annual Men's Day
be was observed on Sunday. At 11 11 o'clock Rev. S. L. Gay For The Highest in and Mulls Rang O".enO.rar Ranee. Ltctnied Embthner.Funtral DtrvcUr

Sc a.m. the Call to Worship was selected for his theme, "His 1ALONZA
er made by Brother Albert Carey, Name," taken from I John 112. COSMETICSCall

the chairman; prayer was offered Music was rendered by choir No. YUkon 3.5681

t1: by the Rev. H. V. Stuart; the 2.

bl master of ceremonies was Introduced Theanniversary b" program of "SANDS"Also FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME
by Bro. Esme Bain; Brother Choir No.-l was held"at 3 o'clock.
tlti Albert Bain gave words of 'welcome It was quite a success' also the Miami Times Newspaper Sympathetic and Economical Services

tifl ; Edward Young read the tea given at the home of Mr and Alonza Francis, Director and Embalmer:
y scripture lesson, Joseph Piezeti Mrs. Dorsett in the interest! of '
Dr. J. M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Doggs Evans
rendered a solo; Hanson Wallace class No. 4. Guest speaker for the -
c Introduced the Rev. 'Richard De- occasion was Mrs. Ann Smith. NEW CBS HOME Buslntss: Associates

n veaux as speaker. The offering At 8 o'clock Rev. Albert Jones, M.... Elizabeth Espy Johnson, IluslnrN Manager

u was taken by Elon Albury and J, his choir and congregation of 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Spacious Modern Chapel and Slumber Room
\ Duncombe. The Male Chorus Martin Memorial AME, Richmond
Heights, rendered 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami Florida
r furnished music. service for us ,
Evening i in; the Interest_ of Class No, 5. Builder Must Sell :
I worship began at 7:30: FR 9 5381 Phone PL 4-2857
The ,pastor, officers and
t with Hanson Wallace mnembeta .
}. as M,. C. -
I The Rev. H. V. Stuart'prayed<;and ask. that' the;'public visit withus Open for inspection NOT AFFILIATED WITH FRANCIS FUNERAL HOMK

I.,' read the Scripture;; ArthurMac- at 'The Biggest Little Church
key gave a cornet'' selection, in Town;" Please don't forget our Saturday & Sunday

Joseph Pieze, a sOle,1 and the drive that' will terminate the 4th 1"L ,

speaker, Harry A. Yhe&Ueyi1was Sunday, April" 26. 5720 N.W.
introduced by Bro. A I B 1n. The Members, dont forget class 21st "SERVICES"have ,
', Offering was' taken v by' 'Carol meeting pn, Tuesday' night.. Re- lent distinction to our name

Ughtbourn and W Hepburn.;The member the ask and the dis Our mOlt' /.carefully guarded assets are the.respect, and confidence
captains' tressed ,ln your, !prayers. Come to '
$1OOOi'Too.pas. .
church of the ,people of Miami. ,_._
tor thanked the ':for, on :Sunday and have a
men their Combs'Luncheonette They have been fettered helpful and pril tl.
efforts. ': '. richer and fuller life. by understanding

The baby contest, on, Monday cal Intelligence.By .
night was very SUCCesstul\! "'*The I Brooklynite:WillConduct'Revival 1 skill, and knowledge of requirements. ,,

officers and members, of: the SUnday ,. By quiet efficiency and good taste. 1'

School wish to thank all who i By facilities of classic dignity and home-Ilke atmos
helped In putting over the pro I, The House of Fine Foods phere.
gram and the ,parents and grandparents The Rev. F. Arthur Reed,
who worked so hard. pastor' of St. John's Baptist And Beverages By resolute principles and human sympathy.

4 Three prizes were I given to Church of Brooklyn, will arrive These, through the "Services/' have lent distinction to our name
those raising the largest amount. In Miami ,by plane April 18 at 4
Charles Raoul Knowles reported pan. The dynamic'' preacher will MANKER FUNERAL HOME

$206.60 and was awarded first conduct an old time revival at Fklirtie

prize, $50; Glenise Ambrlstar was I Lincoln Bethel Blvd.Baptist Church, 14500 . 6701 N.W. 15th, Ave. OX 19151PL7.7038
second with $162, and Heights '
was given ( April ,
$25 and Elaine Coney third He will be the guest
with $140 of the '; astor, the Rev. and Mrs.
prize $15.i '
Other L. R. Hess of 3270 NW: 45th St. -
Smith i contestants were Anna April; 25 the Rev. Reed will *:
$107; Norris Farrington
fly to

I 1 $106.35 total was; Paula$751.53.. Newbold, $35. The be guest of Rev. ,and where Mrs he. C,will K. Lovely Homes For Sale

rt' ) Steele, integration crusader. and L : ..
t ? on' Sunday 'morning' ; April 26, 44
> Instruction Class., :at' Rev.
speafc Steele's Bethel.
Baptist.',Church., *: 7"' In N.W. 56th Street Area '.r
\, ri. Begins at St.Augustine's ; .
night of April '26 he will
: address the .
i.;, Inter-Ohric Council
j for which. the Rev. Reed raised .- ; LOW DOWN PAYMENTS

}j i$ ";: A ''full course Gt,instructions in more than $1,000 in' 1958 and $900 CS #"1 i!'" .J1#. h, .... ",
In "
the Catholic religion,J Is to be giv. 'through the Brooklyn 4 "
'C''. .. en at St. Augustine Church Baptist Evangelical Union' and 1..e EASY MONTHLY TERMS
on 5, .
Monday and vicinity of which he preSIdent.. 55.p
; Thursday evenings '
at. 8 It was through his persuasion that ,
DeVaney Mil .conduct the Rev and Mrs. Steele made. the Y Only One Mortgage
trip to
the classes which will teach Brooklyn together last
., the Bible, the church year for a spell of relief from the CLIFFORD "BABY" COMBS
and the
4. tension of the -
Seven Sacraments.Your integration fVght ProprietorWe
April\ 29 Rev. Reed will fly
back to Brooklyn to take title to feature Daily Special
the $100,000 gospel Church which Children Under 12 Half Price

Vote is Neededto St. John's will,enter as their new We Cater to Private Parties

home May 10, ,and to resume his Open Dally and Sunday 742 N.W.. 3rd Ave. FR 4-3297

. fight the forces that seek :studies at New York University. I 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. ')

_._ We ,Deliver L HUTCHESON
.. to keep Second Clata JYou.Call fc .,
you a '.' S : t '.. ;,
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', 1t',!Zen.I ". -If-I. iJl' Fret, '- Fight! '" '. .ESTATE4tiROKEJT: <# :" t
Phone 39368o

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\ v t; Fashion Show a Hit

About 150 fashion lovers oi
S y Miami+ filled the James E, Scott LLfk K -
auditorium' on Sunday, Airll 12 'jThe
to witness one of the most beautiful -
fashion shows of the season
and the most amazing figure
:nitrations, It was thought i
that each passing moment, the t
unfinished --------
'Yy t audience would witness the building of the
launching of one of the"space Brownsville Improvement At oo.
ships, used for ornamenting the latlon shown above will get an Help WantedFor
stage crowded with the many added push this ''Sunday when
beautiful young ladies who demonstrated the organization sponsors a bene the best in Beach Job set
so perfectly what slim- fit spring tea In the center, 2741 Mrs. Mac. Wo are tplacirut cooks,
lines and beautiful breathtaking NW 49th let, Proceeds will go : housekeepers, maids and childcare -,
fashions can do to make ladles toward completion of the center. women in year around positions
the queens of glamour which will serve as a community -salaries to $90.00. \
house for the Brownsville area
So =( cod was the performance which I. without recreation facilities Hostesses, we are paying live-in$200 ...
until the :general public is already transportation on any girl
requesting we place. Come early in a.m. and .
t a repeat of this figure II
_ _: _ _ demonstration. bring clothes.

I_ t : L' Congratulations to Mrs Evelyn For Sale A-JIELIAOLE SERVICE EMPLOYMENT '

_ L' Tynes project., the In addition coordinator to showing of this BY SUMMONSDeluxe 432 Espanola Way, Miami Beach MO
beautiful fashions, Information on air conditioned
- the easy methods of reducing was 2 BEDROOM CBS HOME
also of the .
a part
The 6th Annual DCT Amateur are 60 talented B. T. Washington Built-in garage
ENIte and Parade of Stars, the sea [ students In the cast among whichare Tile bathHardwood For Rent
Ion' most outstanding school 30 artistic girls. Voodoo Is floorsWoodburnlng
[presentation, will be better' than the" theme and the tom toms of firqplace BY SUMMONSFour
[ever this year according to NHS ht painted actors will cause hairto e Beautifully landscaped
DCS Club members. Among the stand on end. 4 feet chalnllnk fence bcdrocm, 2 baths 1 family
amateurs wllj be Miami's newest t Location: 2912 NW 49th Street home, 6312 NW IDlh ave. Air
ser atlon The Impalas shown The Naughty Fleas and four Full price $13,300 $2,500 firat condition. $3 .OO per week,
hve. The teenagers say they are professional acts have been book. down payment FIIA terms
fns Left to right are: Frederick ed. The one and only Wally FutchIs Call
the director and will be the For This Call
Clarke Otis Pitts, Carroway Rob. Special
rs, Norris Hill and Joe SandersIn mcee for the nlte. See them, listIt J. A. SUMMONSDAY J. A. SUMMONSDAY
rear. as a must. ry rrf1 OR NIGHT
Among the stars, the DCTers Friday, April 24, Is the date, at OR NIGHT Phones HI 0-0173 or. HI 4.2448
wMl present that outstanding 8:15 p m. In the Northwestern Phone HI 4.2448 or HI' 6-0173 3781 Grand Ave,, Miami 33, Fla,
stage feature The Drum. There ludltortum I 3781 Grand, Ave., Miami 38, Fla, I,



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you Intend to do, If 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9098
you do it with the intention of
doing it well, success is sure to :
l iwi follow For 35 years Leroy Wright& I
Fr | =- has been considered a favorite
bartender in Miami Twenty of JOHNSON AND SONS
those years were spent at the
DAY NURSERYScott's FOR, SALE Harlem Square Club on 2nd ave. SHOE SHOP

Day Nursery phone: Lovely 3-bedroom home. Father of four children and a ,FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe
Day: PL 7-1907. Night: NE 4-5208 Large living room, dining lovely wife, Carrie, Lcroy's pre
Ages 4 months to 5 years. 5710 room, kitchen, tile bath, sent Liberty stand at the Club RoyaleIn Sar Your Souls-While You Walt
NW 9th ave. A25
screened-in porch, large lot. Shoe Shfaed and Dyed

Mother, I'will care for your child Nice fruit tree and lawn. The Civic Club
6570 N.W. 16th AVENUE PH. PL 9-0100
while you work. Age 1 month to 1035 NW 60th street. For I
four years. Reasonable. Phone information call PL 40792. The Civic Association was held -
NE 4-4287. Mr. Johnson, 1024 NW :at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mc- JL

60th St.Lovely. Ehmirray, 1566: NE 152nd st. Much RUPTURED ? -
Ladies business was transacted too.
The last party was held at the
Distribute Edith rtchnborg Cosmetics 4-bedroom home. home of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford, Tog can be FRKK from Till/ft/ BLAVKHY., New ftOfflr fiurafeal,
in your spare time. Most Large living room, dining 1520 NE 152nd terr. "
Pa'nlI'M' Treatment IX3W COHT. NO IA)$ TIMK.
attractive commissions. Small Investment -
room, kitchen, two bath, The next meeting will be held
Good -
essential.required.Call Wilson appearance 5-6492. jalousied porch. Nice fruit at the home of Mrs. Nelson at MIN Jlftul DR. LONG'S CLINIC

trees and lawn, on 59th st. 1545 NE 153rd: terr. at 830: pjn. health
A tkneval $fon1tefWadne
OPPORTUNITIES for Negro men near 10th ave. For information on Acrll+ 21 and the following
week the party will be held at 21 ft.W 1ftth Ae Kit .197411
and You earn as
women. yom call PL 40792. Mr.
Nelson from 8:30 until. Come
learn. Phone FR 4-1561 for ap
1024 NW 60th St.
pointment. M3 one, come all "
r Mrs Ruth Ca.UelCPrN..
Lovely bedroom CBS Shirley Smith, reporter .

FOR SALE home. Large living room, RATES GOING UP!
Attention All Fiskites
Snx13f DEERFIELD BEACH lan dining room kitchen, tile The Newspapers Say-Save Money by Getting

,. SE 2nd Ct East of SE. 1st bath, large Florida room, At Jut the call come to organize AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
Terr Terms Call MIamlTRaak. hard wood floor, fenced In. the Miami Fisk Club. the
I-n- '-4812 X to& NW 12h ave.; near 54th st. Each FUkite is requested to meet NOW-Before rate go up
For information. call PLaza the fourth Sunday in April (April Many of oar 6-month policies start a* low a*

O"E FAMILY House or officeon 40792. Mr. Johnson 1024 26) at 5 o'clock at the home of $12 Down
valuable business lot. 118S Mrs. Gwendolyn Barnett, 2SC: $
'W 62nd st. I.D4I NW 60th ft. NW 46th st. It is further request SERVICE FIRST INS. ACENCY
ed that each Fiskite call a Fiske
710 PIECES of barrel roofing Beautiful 3-bedroom CBS, from as many surrounding 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmer MarketPL

t' e 6414' NW 18th ave. OXford living room,.. ,dining room, :communities as possible. Please 9-5254 NA 41811N
12840. All' kitchen Florida room and bra along 1UW to paT for pic-
tares ci oar 1r..Wrl i1 rctlug.,
0..10- on/S&hnSt/ ; near 12th ,..' ...., .
LOT 10 City Call NE: 4-7200";" : Av.. For further information Pisa Information call
call PL 4-0792. Mr. Clifford R. Matthews, NE 4-3045.

Johnson, 1024 NW 60th St. -'xb l tilt I<.10'1ya1'' >s1C>
FOR RENT Completely furnished. 1

MODERN 2'bedroom apt., stovt $73.00 a Month
rfrirerator snd water, quirt w-

inquire 844 NW 70th it., apt. 5- Singing: Position B4wttful 2*.bHrN' CBS. fur j .2
NA 1-6952 ,1eItt4. G.ra FHA loan, $11.200
I Wanted I sz..aoo cH require Great rst
house, Call owner : Stutter fUaftan. NS 3.2655.2bedroom .
OX 1-49 14.FUn'ltmrm,
Trained lyric soprano with -

1 bedroom smallat natural voice want pot4 CBSFurnished
for couple, reasonable, 2331
NW 55th st, rear, tion a* soloist n> church o* iIDRUG

other 11500 cash dew,. Immediate pot-
NICELY FUIWflfllfED weekly .group y ....*.*. Total price $13.500, Great
room $10. double; IAJJO sfnle, Southern Realtors, HC -%$".
Mae's 'O'Jftt house, 2120 Wash, Phone. OX 14)258
Infton Rt.f Opi l/k, lone IL.. - ..rfl: I >r....
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THE TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

:rl TYPING I CONTESTAT pants.tess for the high school partici-. T +4r x

BETHUNE Reid announces also that the r
j typing contest will be divided into '
APRIL 18Preparation tI
two divisions: Elementary and
advanced with first, second and
for conducting the third place places also. A certificate -
fourth annual Hl/jh School 'Typ cf, participation will be
ing Contest, under the sponsor- awarded too each contestant, and
ship of The Business Education each hizh school will be permitted -
Department of Bothune-Cookman to enter two contestants for .
College, Saturday, April 18, have either or beth shorthand and typ- ,
-4 been completed, Alvin A. Reid, ing. Each phase of the typing
Tj chairman' cf the Business Educa- contest will run ten minutes and

tion Department announced. the shorthand contest will be

.PAG! According to the announce- given at the rates of sixty, eighty
ment, all high schools of the state and one hundred words per min-
- of Florida: have been Invited toO K
participate' in the contest, and ute.Fees for entrance to be paid by ll \ ;Jit4i
rd Business Education Majors of the contestants are: Registration and

Am college! will serve as host and hos- I meals $5.00, registration, room



bers cordi i i


to thRev. s e s ,
I I The members the Exclusive
or :
I 1 I I
Ten Social Club wish to thank

L.TJcour p.m{ L,,!! many friends for the wonderful
Ceremonies Galaat
f l Opening support given In helping' to -make
their first annual musical tea
rectc ,
) held' Palm Sunday at 3246 NW

49th It., a success.

Roosevelt EstatesCity the Thanks all who took part In

C : : tll
Mr.. Odessa M. Williams Is
and company officials and dition to the homes that were
Mrs.. Catherine Dlllard
Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey 6 Yrs.Old'86 Proof Ancient Age Dlst.Co.,frankfort,Ky. proud new residents of Roosevelt completed, which visitors were president, ,
and Mrs.. Cornelia Glenn
b:! Estates at West Palm Beach, viewing on a tcur that led reporter
4 joined in celebrating the openingof through the new area, that all vice president.
the new neighborhood of fine ,city facilities would serve the
t I
homes in colorful ceremonies last i|!I new neighborhood and that fire
< Sunday. ; and police' installations, additional ting the furnished model homes,
da schools recreation facilities and 'the completed section of
PLO SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED The Rev.G.W. Hill gave a churches and shopping center houses.
Be stirring Invocation, and Joseph F.
PSYCHIC READER were all planned and also would The American Honor
da; Cairnes, president of Roosevelt I Legion
be a realty sooner than many Guard of Post 199 under the
inithl Developers, Inc., who Is also No.
president of the pennant-winning people realized. command of Adjutant. William

sal Milwaukee Braves Baseball team, City Manager James J. Mott, Mitchell, directed the large num-
J ; MgDq Introduced Robert K. Ames, vice Mayor Horace E. Miller and ber of cars through a tour of the
be president, who addressed the Commissioner L. W. Kelloway, curving streets where the new
Sc JNTL'I crowds he pointed out that in ad- were also Introduced by Mr. home owners could be viewed already -
et Cairnes. Each lauded the completion enjoying, their attractive
; t + ;r \ cm , of the first phase of con- homes, and the experienced' uni-
th. wHSMrt and meals' $6.00. struction and expressed their admiration formed group also supervised". Schedule for the day will be: of the accomplishment.Mayor parking throughout the day.

I Breakfast 6:30 ajm., registration Miller, in an impressive The crowd was entertained by
8 a.m., general assembly 9:30: bestowed symbolic
ceremony, a Bucky Johnson "The Blue
tlr a.m., the contest will 'begin at 10 !gold key and a Home Owner's Dreamer" broadcast originating
a.m., and lunch at 12 noon. Guide to the new residents of the
: right at the model homes and
tic tin The Business Education Department neighborhood. As the families during the day various celebrities
is asking all high schools came forward to receive good appeared and were interviewedby

\J .r that plan to send contestants to wishes and congratulations, they Bucky, including Harry Simp-
V notify Alvin A. Reid, chairman. were presented with a bouquet of son and Hector Lopez of the
Business Bethue- flowers. Kansas City Athletics who
r Let Department, were
my years of Experience guide and through
you Cookman College, Daytona Beach, Crowds thronged the area besieged for autographs. A
4 Life as a Lighthouse guides the ship in a storm Fla. i throughout the afternoon, inspec- ,tuneful quartette of lovely lassies -

__ ___u_____________ from Belle known as
t WIIEX OTIIEHS FAIL YOU SEE MB the Teen Gladei, so appeared -

For Success in Business And Love NOW UNDER NEW ONWERSHIPSAMLETS throughout the afternoon.The .

v CONSULT HER crowd carried away lovely

0 You can now have your home made happy and useful souvenirs of the occasion -

O Get and Hold the position you so long wantedDon't CUT-RATE STORE and many expressed their
1 plans to move to this delightful
J 0 Stay in the rut, get out now 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376Patent neighborhood to enjoy Florida
0 By the help of God she can help you living at its finest.

Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in Medicines IncenseA
Negro Rate
t, troubleIt complete line of Drug Sundries at popular pricesA

will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First selected variety of human hair Twice That of

Where thousands come yearly for help and advice-, you too can Gifts of all descriptionsSPECIAL White WorkersST.

be touched by this strange mysterious' power
: A variety of good hair dressing' ................ 10c per Jar PAUL Fiscal policies of
WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe the national Administration
Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. are
same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel making Negro employment gains

of old Is still alive today and will open n way for you through John A. McMinn, Owner extremely difficult and in many

the troubled sans of life; Let not him that Is blind lead you or cases are destroying past progress

you Mumble with him. '" " . . NAACP Lnbor Secretary Herbert
charged here today.
Do you doubt the existence I of thing! because you cannot nee ...-- . . " " I
them? Mr. Hill delivered the main
Whnt do you think, of Iho Invisible waves and sounds that PLaza 9-6689 Hour: 10.1 address at the third annual American -
5.8 : Federation of Labor-
make Wireless. Telephone, Kodlo and Television |possible? .. C npress of Industrial Organza-

A weed before II "sprout" lien (concealed secret, silent In the tons! Initituto en Human Rights
dark earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSI RN As certified
bargaining agents
POWER" he said trade unions are often

., \the decisive! factor In determnlng;:
t Ther f status of the Negro worker. "All
1 self with the one wh" is an ; tco often, there is great disparity

authority. WKo private }, between declared public policy ,.f

cO"I'\hAt on wHJ ,", Io'e you .. '*. 1'. the national! AFL-CIO and tne

to a hkl'er state of mind. 'ay-to-day reality experienced.
tAll by northern as well as southern

In nrmit'on; is \ : wage earners" Mr. Hill.

Strictly Confidential;
I He added that "during 1958,.

Office Hour n n m.-8' p.m. ' the non-white unemployment
'rate, a; estimated! by the census
fiilllu\\,, ': to n m. to I p.m.Don't ,:,n bureau
was higher than at any
Write-Call in Person -j Y sJ time: during the last 12 years.
"In 1958 and the first quarterof

DAILY HEADING; UP I '''.. -: ; \ ,_' _' _. 1959, the non-whte unemployment -
,;(\ \ $..i : ......>.;'... rate 'has almost been con-
---- '
r 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE ITHE sistently more than double .the
YAHGER CLINIC white unemployment rate.

MADAM HUNTER General Practice Obstetrics "This' would indicate that very
limited progress has been madein
Naturopathic -
Chiropractic securing the same degree of
1657 N.W. 73rd St. MiamiI
1177 N.W. 62nd Street Miami, Florida employment stability for the Ne-

gro worker as }is enjoy'$cf bjf tfve
I' I'II'I white he concluded.



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IN MEMORIAMIn I r THE MIAMI TIMES-,The Peoples' New.paper"I I

CARDS MEMORIALS sad but loving memory of SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1959 PAGE 15 A
cur dear father,
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I family of the late, I I my In dear sad husband but loving, memory of mother In loving and mother-in-law memory of my, dear I DEATHS ::1

who departed this life April 18,

.1058. Richardson . ;,
''May he rest In ,oeace. a 'j

Ella Dean, wife t l p !Miss Francis Osborne, 1228 NW
5th court, died en April 9 inYoungstown
R IN MEMORIAMIn Ohio where she was
affiliated with the YWCA. Fun-
1 living memory of our dear ral services were held on April

mother, .5, 3:30: from the Mt Zion
'_........__...,.'hmhUu Baptist pm.Church. Interment in
a 1 Lincoln Memorial Park
A 1i5i, VYi + of the
James Johnson inmate
: Paravilla Convalescent Home,

r 3, ? died In the Jackson Memorial .
Hlcspltal on April 11.' Burial In .,.I",
w the County Cemetery on April 16.
b'" 11x _

; Samuel Standley Hannibal, 725
Thomas St., Key West, died in
GEORGE, BETHEL the Veterans Administration Hospital \
Iho departed this life April 16, on April 14. The body was
1 shlped to Key West Undertak-

t"52.He Is gone but not forgotten .., III Co. ,where funeral arrange-
MRS ELOUISE WRIGHT C May he rest In 1'=cnce. nents' will be made.

vi'!sh to take this method to thank. Anna Williams, daughter DA'SY BUTLER
al' that; many: friends and tela- Estella Alexander, daughter who departed from this life April Amos Jannel son, Copeland, Fla.
tives for cards, telegrams, floral Margaret Bowe, daughterHerbert 19, 1957, died in the Veterans Hospital on
contributions! and other kindness Bethel, son Gone, but not forgotten. April 14. The body will be ship-
rendered during their lime of Maxwell Bethel son D fcr a closer walk with God ped to Statcsboro, Ga. for final.
bereavement. \! calm and heavenly frame rites.
CARD OF THANKSThe !\ light' to shine upon the road
Special thanks to the pastor, That leads me to the Lamb. House of Albert . .
Rev Edward T Graham and Mrs. family of the lateWILLJE Return, 0, holy dove, return
Graham for their 'kindness dur- _ ___ Sweet messenger of rest. Thcmas J. Ford of 1915 NW
ing our hour cf bereavement MRS.! ELLEN CLEAREvho I........." w .,.. ,,,,.,i',, I[ hate the sins that made thee 74th st., who died suddelny at his

The Family passel away April 20, 1958. , ho mourn home April 14 will be shipped to
Mrs Hattie GodshawMrs. Gone, but not gorgotten. | t \nd! drcve thee from my breast I Oslothorpe, Ga., Friday at 9:30: (
Mamie Washington Sleep on mother dear and take I"ic dearest idol I have known ,pan April 17 where funeral services -
Mrs. Louise Price your rest, I Whatever: that idol be and burial will be conducted -
We love you: 'tout Jesus loves you Help me to tear it from thy thronend He is survived 'by his wife,
best \ worship only thee Osie; five daughters, includingMrs.
A'ma Finley, daughter I Blcneva Gaitor, daughter' Beulah Humphries of 2170
CARD OF THANKSThe Quoveadies McPhee daughter . 9 wa Robert Gaiter, son-in-law W 73rd street; 2 sons 2 brothers

family of the late, arrlson Cleare, son and a sister. The body will lie in
MISS DOROTHY PHILLIPSwish I 1 repose in the chapel from 5 p.m.
to thank their many friendsf Expression of Thanks 'until 8 p.m Frrirday.
r Powers: cards, telegrams and IN MEMORIAM I
donations and their words of The family of the late, THANKSThe
In loving memory of our dear yS j jt CARD OF
kindness during hours -of bereavement *
oar loved ones,
1 'r
Especially do we wishto I family of the late Harrison
thank the Range Funeral Cheevers, whose passing occurred -
Hme for their courteous service.
:: on March 29, wish to ex-
Also the pastor, Rev O. W. Fos- rcss thanks and deepest ap-
ter end the Rev. A. M. Griffin jrcclntlon to everyone who helped -
cnJ; mcmbsr of the Antioch and i-L us bear our 'burden. Especially
hilh Baptist' Churches. Especial lo we wish to thank our neighbors -
thanks to the Deacon E. Ross '
> our faithful pastor and congregation -
wh. was, so kind to go with the ,. of the Church of God
fmly! to Georgia and the won- ., .' tfW 5th Ave., his employers, the
derful words he spoke on the (Billy) JAMES City: of Miami and the Range

program takes this m.!'dium to express its Funeral Home We pray a special
The Jones Family I ., I heartfelt thanks to the many kind blessing upon each and everyone.
: \\j friends, relatives and neighborswho )if you
"I :
>" .. .. sent cards, letters, telegrams,
.' flcrals and offered deeds of kindness Mrs. Leila Cheevers, mother
'" "' Geneva Henry and Jestine
,' ..",' '''''' djring: his death and burial.
family of ,the late 'It- children
O .
i ? ,'., Special thanks to Richardson James and Richard, brothers

;'tf Mortuary for its understanding t 1 Mrs Ruth Strlggles Buby
f l' I service; Rev. S. A. Thomas for 1' Rcker and Annie Cooper
.. his encouraging remarks; and to sisters
those who offered the use of cars. r-ui
I Thanks ajaln to everybody.Paul : -
"' "
James, son J.4ivr4. 1
a Mrs. Mozella Deshay CORA INEZ MCCARTNEYwho Fortells Your LifeI

Mrs. Lucille Heard, in Nassau Bahamas -
passed away
will tell your past or no charge
(Mrs. Grace Rand, Aiyril 5 and was laid to made, and fort ell the future and
w Mrs. Susie Manning, rest April 7 acknowledge with straighten out your life to the best
Miss Cora Leo James, sisters sincere and humble thanks t\
I Olden: Sgt. Ruben, many friends for the many cards, '1i.1'Wf,1f of my ability,
Paul Jack, brothers distant ; baaedon25
telegrams, flowers and long ..
REV. J. N BYRD Ellis, father calls. Special thanks to pas- ,, years experience

wish! to acknowledge and jive -...--.--...-Nr11V.- -- !or and members of Brethren + : You have
thanks to-( the many friends and Gospel Hall of Nassau. God bless 't read and heard
relatives for their kind actions Your Vote is Neededto everyone of you of the accuracy
and sympathetic expressions during There's an open gate at the end of my predictions
our recent bereavement.The fight the force that seek of the road which mentioned I
which each must were -
Through go
'Innumerable cards telegrams to keep you a Second Class alone fowers: and contrbutkns: '
The Press" TV
And there in cannotsee
a lliiht we
h ,'*? 'rn"'h anj comfort our Citizen. Program of Sept.
9L 4'l' + ..1irr
b rkcn h 1rt1. ? cur Father claims! His cwn. ", J JWO.! To or-

.Were grateful tc Rev. P. S. r ,. I Register Today! Beyond the gate your loved ona -Doc Anderson f'cr' ,he Double
off: jv h I h
r, c
P. v' ,ho .. master of cere- ,I Finds happiness and rest
a \ w !
mon's. Rev A. Allen who readh MIMS I Ih ---...-.--..-..-.-............-.. And there's comfort in the thought Includes the Ancient Mezuzah,
3 Itvcrlte scripture and Rev. '\ departed: this life! Aril ID, That a Jovlnj God knows best the beautiful atiulot worn for its
.>', !\. Fln'.ayson! : fr the eulogy. '958. f Mr. Timothy McCartney religious significance: and as an
I husband Omen, alleged by many to repel
May Gnd bcunt'fully: : bless! Mt. 'Though our hearts were made I Cora Mae, Joan, Mavis, Eli containing: the promise of
T b-r membership, to whom .ve. a bleed, time! and Almighty! God Ann, daughters Gcd made to Motes Imcrlbrl in
express extra special! thanks for *i va ssrve-l to hew' soften the Timothy, Jr., Richard, Willie Hebrew (Deut. 6 Vs, 4-9), and the
tnc.r )kindness and sympathy. '>' 'V, of !losing a husband and Canton: sons Biblical Incense (Rev. 8.4)) containIng -
Lie: Mae Byrd wife Vh-r, a chl'd!! and sster. True' And! Family a blessing with ,the suggested
Mary Byrd, mouserH : our home and hearts suffer: a _. prayers. Psalms 23 and
-- vrMness but the beautiful: man- ) ,', -- 11111 112, send $6.00 plus 6c postage or
.. '; ..> '
ory of vour brief time with us is pay '.ostman $6.00 plus charges
WALTON a m a'ure of consolation.: FOR SALE to DOC. R. C, ANDERSOV, 302
ResIn the strong arms of Him | r Watt Gordon Ave., Rossvll.'c! Ga.
Transfer Service 'vho doeth all thing well. The $0,00 is THE PRICE OF THK
.M n. Margaret Mims, New Bedroom DOUBLE OFFER ONLY NOT


For Hire ... .. . Hardwood Floor Garage appointments for readings or
; i special work phone CAnal 2-6719
DAY OR NIGHT Build; up your social prestige y1ic9tap Large 70x00 Lot or write me at the above address.

Promot, reliable service Learn to dance at 1< 6635 N.W. 24th Ave. Office open seven days a Adv week.M9

Reasonable ,Rates '. Don Strachan's Dance Studio I I7UQ Open Sunday 3 to 5 p.m.

. NW. 16th Ave PL 7.8768
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THE. ;' MAMI TIMES-'The Peoples'' Newspaper' B and Pa to Have ami's most ':,outstanding'' models
will be featured, ;.Their names

PAGE',16' SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1959 Fashion Show Miami will be Times.Singers released.' in next week's

i The Business' and, Professional
Women's Club of Murrell Branch to AppearThe
I Personal Mention''i''i YMCA cordially invites the pub- famed Southland Singers
lic to attend "Fashion Flairs of will appear Sunday, April 19, at v 7l '% '
59" at the home of Mr. and 8 pm. at St.. Jamea AME Church, a << ,
I Mrs Edward Braynon Sr., 1160 1'845'' NW 05th St., the Rev. A.
Eloulse T. Saunders of Miamiwas complete.
NW 55th terr. on Sunday, April McNeal Harris ,
pastor 'r'. .
among 41 graduates who received
26 at 4 pan The show has 'been
diplomas and certificate' Miss Olive Alexander, executive
activity in
planned as a closing
in medical technology, X-ray director of JESCA' Is planning on celebration of National YWCA
techonology and medical secre- attending the Baha'i National Week, April 19-26 Some of Mi Drive Carefully!
taryship at the 120th commencement Convention to be held at the
exercises of the Franklin Baha'i Temple. in Wilmette, 111., L
School of Science and Arts 251 April/ 23 to'26:Miss Alexander is I "

South 22nd St., on Thursday, an elected delegate, representing Do you own property in_the Bahamas .
March 26-in the school auditori- Florida at the convention. I .
um. The Baha'i .Assembly! of Miami ...
will hold its annual election 8 Would you like to sell -or :buy? : :
{Mrs. Paula Sawyer of New pjrn Monday, April 20 at the _
Baha'i Center. 137 NW llth ave..
York City arrived in Miami dur- .
ing last week for an indefinite Nine members will be elected for
stay. During her visit she is the the local spiritual assembly for
guest of Mrs. Henrietta Sweetingand the coming Baha'i year SANDS REALTY J\.JJat2'e
her'grand: daughter, Miss
Anna Grace Sweeting, 211 NW: THE SMOOTHER BOURBON

15th St.Fred. ,Band Concert at P.O. Box 1147 Nassau, Bahamas Kentucky Strife\ Bourbon WMskty 6 Yn.CMM
Proof.Ancltnt Ac DtstCo.Frankfort
Nooks, 1381 NW 67th st. Dorsey April ,22.
who underwent an operation at ..
the Jackson Memorial Hospital is The Dorsey Junior HJgh School ....:..u."...*.>......'ii_"' 3'g ,.!,.n......_...._._.'..-..o4. ..'i,...o..'...............................:.'W................v..r.r. . . . 1:
recovering and expects to be at band will present its second an- -< K......,I....K"X-..-:;"..,!-.I.,5..-X.,!-..!-*!oXo yo!-o"-.,-! ...................................., .................,.-..:..'.-... .-.............-... ...... -
home in a day or two. Friends nual spring concert Wednesday,

mation.will be pleased to get this infor- April torium.22 at 8 pan in the audi I I Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From e 4

Members of the band are striv-
!Roby George, principal at Mays ing to make this concert a greater TODAY. PL 7-1645
Elementary High School, Goulds, success than last year. 1I .
has been ill at the Jackson Me- The band .has a very extensive sI
morial Hospital for sometime. repertoire from which to perform.The u' ', ,
Friends hope for his early re program. will embrace the I i
covery. works of outstanding composers ltljti ig
from the days of Bach to the contemporaries
Mrs. Elizabeth Melton of Home- of Leroy Anderson. c
stead is indisposed at the home of Various styles and forms of t tu'
her daughter, Mrs. Charles North compositions will be ,presented.This .
896< NW 55th terr. will include music from the 'u'
early Baroque !period to present
Friends of Elder ,M. Cohen, day dance tunes. 4 .
bishop of the Church of God, NW I Some highlights of the program En] x I-
3rd ave. and 18th st., are sorry will be a clarinet solo by Herbert ... + .I
to learn that he is'still on the Sands, bass horn solo by Wellington y .
sick list, but hope he will soon Gilbert, Reginald Valentine, t, b f0 -r__
be out again. guest conductor and Freddie M
Pittman, an instructor, tympanist. ''I .
[Roland Donathan' businessmanof Tickets are now on sale at the
Nassau, spent a day in Miami school. Adults 50 cents, pupils 35 .g iUn
making purchases for a new two- cents. A free reception will follow -
story building he Is about to the concert. ; t I 4M ; .- Iti

ts2t D

MIAMI'S TEN BEST 5. Lona (Mrs. Julius) Simmons en
4. Alice (Mrs. SamuelILHar-
3. Janie (Mrs. Garth C.)
CHOSENThe Reeves.

Saints Ann-Margaret 2. Portia (Mrs. Thomas) Ban '
Chapter of the Episcopal Church nister Y PAY RENT ?
1. Queen for 1959: JoycelynMrs.
.. Women of the Incarnation spon-
sored its second annual fashionon ( .- Vemald C.) Burroughs.
parade featuring Miami's Ten Thanks to the public for cooperating !
Best Dressed Women on Friday, us again year.
April- 10, 8:30: pan at the JamesE. Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., is ONLY $795 DOWN tij
Scott Auditorium, 7200 NW chapter chairman. Located N.W. l$4th
22nd Brand new 3-bedroom custom ///built CBS homes. on

Miss ave.Gloria Brayon was narra- St. between 17th and 19th Ayes,, ( '.W. 18th Ave. between 152nd and
tor for the the fashion show. NAACP Branch 153rd Sts, N.W. 152nd St. between N.W. 17th and 18th Aves. ;Check

Special feature in the show was these features found only in higher;priced homes.
The Miami Branch of the
mother and daughter attires mod- .
elledby/ Sybil Johnson, and NAACP will hold a regular mem e' Formica kitchen *. Built in Oven and range
daughter, Juanita. bership meeting on Thursday .. Baked enamel cabinets f Tile modern (bathroom
(Robert Strapp was master of night. April 23 at, 8 o'clock: in the e Large walk in closets . Sliding doors to patio
NAACP office, 809 NW 3rd ave.
ceremonies for the
presentationof e''No closing costs Close to schools
All members are requested to be'
the Ten Best Dressed and
Arthur Evans the accompanist on present and visitors, are welcome., ,'Only mortgage to pay 9 CBS construction with tile roof

the piano for the entire affair. ": "
The following women were Girl Scoutsof 3 Bedroom 2 Baths New CBS
chosen, by Judges for Miami's $495 Down
Ten Best Dressed Women: i' .* 3 or 4 Bedroom-Brand Hew $2,500 Down
10 Margaret (Mrs. George WO AmericaThe Down We have 4 ,of these custom built
Only $495
homes city lovely area
water ,
9. Lucille (Mrs Clifford) Hlou. Ixora District of Bunche ,
See 1410 1420 N.E. 152nd St.
8.., Isabelle (Mrs. Charles) Park Elementary will hold its art closed garage, hardwood floors,
Young.. exhibit at the Atlantic Furniture North Miami Beach, city water, front porch,I paved streets. Close
7, Miss Edna Deveaux Co. located on the corner of 3rd ;1 close to 163rd St. large shopping to everything. For the particularcenter.
6. Geraldine (Mrs. Henry IL) ave. and 13th st, Friday, April Only one mortgage to pay. buyer. This is it! .
Arrington. 17, 18 and 10 No other closing costs. Move rightin .

joyful living! CBS Furnished

i TVSICK ? 2 bedroom, $495 down :New CBS See ;:,1402 N.W.'Duplex 56th St. Landscaped -

; >d Carport, city water, no closing nice area, city water. Priced
costs. One mortgage pay. As low,' with $1,495 down. Sturdy..
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.. I cheap as rent move right ID. Close Close to buses. Good investment.

to'.bus :and shopping.. Extra dining: Will not, .
+ stay unsold.. long 1orWarehouse
> SAME DAY SERVICE' ::; :,. :. ':.. h.... jlou----f..ied..tMMIMjl ....... '-:b"'- --. ..' ... ..,... ,,-:' .: d.... wall: ysbow ...". :"0.0. _.. ,:, .;.: ... .".
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Picture Tube Special Only $995 (Down New CBS Building

7t For these 3 bedroom, new CBS $995 Down

: 17.lnch-$22.95 21.lDch--$29.91 t homes. No closing costs, separate Lovely store room, 30x40. Separate t '

0 Ilt_ shower doors, Venetian blinds, rear room with modern bath.. Ideal .
paved streets, quiet area, nice downtown location. Only one snort.t .
SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night ......_...,..."... $2.50 neighborhood. Pick your own col gage. EZ terms. See today\ We
on. Deposit will hold. Rush!11! have key. .
Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges

2 to 10 Daily
Open p.m. p.m.


Vets Radio & TV k We are open everyday 9 to 9 p.m.--.- including'Sundays jj'. t .

201 N.W. 62nd Street : Phone PL 7-1645
939 N.W. 3rd Ave. /

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