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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: April 25, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00647
Source Institution: University of Florida
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highway and overturned three
t Cars Traveling Umes.

The 15-year-old driver, Willie
i 1 4'c 90 Miles an HourTwo James Lee of 318 NW 6th st.,
I & suffered a broken arm. His other
E 1'r ,boys were killed and their passengers, Robert Lee Allen, 20,
four companions were hurt when and Willie shford, 17, both of 521
the car In which they were racinr NW 1st ave., and Earl Bonamy,
on State Road 9 went out of 19, of 815 NW 3rd ave., came out
c'ntrol at 90 miles an hour and of the .wreck with cuts and
fl'pptd' over I bruises,
: v Offcer! Ray Grimes of the Fla.: Grimes said Lee, driving a 1956
M Highway Patrol said the wreck Chevrolet which he had taken
occurred at about mldn'ght! Sunday from his father without permission -
In a race between two cars, ] /was racing an ancient Studebaker -
eac' carrying six Hallandale.' driven by Harry M, Lesine: ,
J- youths. 18 624 NW: 5th ave.
The dead /were Leroy Skylark, The Chevrolet, hitting better

-- /"-- ::;..u:; 16, and Josei h Cooper, 16, of 612 than 90 miles an hour, was out
NW 3rd ave., both of Hallandale. in front as the cars swept Into
T.,4' rbni' h'gh school seniors ing with thorn are Ellen Tucker, Anna E. Jackson, Barbara Col- Grimes said the boys were what Js known ns Ives Dairy
ere the 1959 Delta Debutantes of Minera Strachan and Mesdames son and Barbara Nickerson. thrown out of the car when It hit curve on State Road 0 at 205th
the Alumni Chapter of Delta Gussie J. Ervin, Erma Lee Frederick the center strip In the dividedCOURT st, Lee didn't make the curve.
Sigma Theta Sorority, They were Vlvalora Gainey, Sheba M. Third row: Deletes Russell,
the choice cf Deltas working In Martin, Dorothy Miller, Alice Mayoli Ellis, Carolyn Edwards,
the three areas of Dade County: Pittiman Portia, T. Sands, Juan- Phyllis Popps, Evelina Williams, .
Northwestern, Booker T. WashIngton Ita M. Stirrup, Margaret Styles, Helen Mitchell, Blanche, Saunders - ORDERS
Carver and Mays. Iris Williams, Valencia. Williamsand Delores Ricks, Carol Cooper -
This year a scholastic average Mancr M. Wiley. Jenetta Harris, Barbara '
was added to the fairly lent list Front row: Virginia A, Sump Shephard, Joyce Price, Deloris
of requirements for the honor. At ter, Juanita Hall, Marta Alford, Boldin, Gwendolyn Dawson,
present' the forty girls are enjoy. Betty 1.. Robinson, Marilyn J. Elaine Clarke, Rosetta Edward, RAY TO FIGHTNEW
ing a well-.planned Enrichment S wee tin j?, Meriatn L. Nicholsonand Iris Culmer, Frederick's' Smith, I
program series under the guid- Barbara Prince. Joyce Lang, Gwendolyn Love I
ance of Delcres Hart. Mesdames Second row: Normal Batson and Shirley Baldwin. YORK Supreme Court middleweight championship with
Dorothy R. Newton and Alice J. Bernice White, Carlotte Camp. Justice Saul Streit Wednesday Carmen Basilio or face toss l .of
Samon axe the co-chairmen of bell, Fannie Herring, Rosa Ross, Not shewn: Shirley Lqwjs and directed Sugar Ray Robinson toe the title. .
e the ,Debutante ,CoanmJUeer SexvRockpit- ,Lizzie, Alexander Marva Pine Florine Hepburn. I4'ree ''withIn '15 day to dofnd hiss The court, in a 12Hpwge' decision -
upheld' the power of the
state athletic commission to vacate -
a title. That was the major
: ruling. The judge also said the-
Death Stirs Cry commission could choose the
challenger ,for a championship
fight and could fix the dqte for
such a fight
But Judjc.Streit ruled the commission -
did not, according to its
for Swimming Poolsdrowned the rules site., have the authority' to pick

Because! of this, Judge Streit

.A. -"-_-.v.. -!lp.ntA.-.....- .np....... .........,.It'...".. """' Y ---- said "the commission's determination
is modified to the extent
rookpit last Friday en alligator afternoon. lie of directing it to ,give Robinson

resorted city operated to the cockpit swimming becausethe poolsin Fla. to Get Right: .ProbeA 15 IntoHartlcles days within cf agreement which to to enter defend

his neighborhood are, for his title against Baslllo or
Whites only. And he would have major Investigation Into dis- else rbk the vacatur of his title
had to ,igo all the way into Miami crimination in voting and registration by the commission."
to the Dixie Park Pool, since in the northern part of
Christian Hospital Florida is being ,planned by the
that is the only one of 13 municipal RUTH BROWN DOESN'T SHOW
f pools Open' to Negroes.The Civil Rights Commission.The .
drowning of Jerry Wayne Florida proceedings will NIGHT CLUB
Smith, an 8th grader at Dorsey Involve voting complaints from ,
Junior High, points out boldly Cornerstone Laying Sun.Cornerstone counties in the northern and western FANS RIOT IN
the rooking the Ndjro citizens in I part of the state where Ne- DAYTONA BEACH
the (Brownsville. Liberty City, groes have been intimidated
Floral Park,. Edison Center and laying ceremoniesare when attempts have been madeto
other northwest communities are scheduled Sunday at 2 pm. i civilian aide to the Secretary of register DAYTONA REACH Police
i for the 50-bed Christian The hearings will be arrr tM 20 early Tuesday
getting frcm the city as far as Memorial War, continuing service in the (probably persons
recreational facilities are con- Hospital located on the west I I Pert'agon led to present duties as held In Miami during June. ending a nightclub riot which began -
cerned. side of NW 32nd Ave., between civilian assistant concerned with when sultry singing Ruth
47th and 48th Streets ( zaJal affairs of the Army, Navy, Bishop Cohen Dies Brawn failed, to show.
The cry for a swimming poolin' Coming' down' from Washing- Air: Force and Marine Corps. ..._._._, --", The brawl broke out at the El
the Liberty City Brownsville ten, D. C. to speak at the occa- Chico about 1 am, as disgruntled
area has been, going on for many sion will be James C. Evans, civilian The Department of Defense in. customers jumped thQ mana-
years. Now the Negro tax j*y- assistant, office of the Assistant 1956 presented an award and citation ger after Ruth didn't apear. It
I the homeowners are wondering; if Secretary, U. S. Depart- to Evans for "his out became a tree-lor-all. ,when a
city officials are sincere in ment of Defense. standing conrtiibution to the De- corps of stlckswittzing police were
their meager tartment in the field of racial ,
promises. Many Evans, born in Tennessee holds ; called in.
4 feel that a federal suit to inte- the A'. B. degree from ,Roger relation" He also holds the Harmon -, The 20 were booked on charges
gfrtte. all municipal recreational Williams University and the D.S. Award in science, the Dorie pf disturbing the peace. All but
facilities is the only answer to and MJ5. degrees in electrical engineering Miller Award r in Human Rela- rf even were able to post bonds
their do-nothing attitude. tions, and the Career Service ; ranging from
from the Massachu $48' to $350 and obtained -
Award of the National Civil Ser-
setts Institute cf Technology. their freedom until
LOOK ON vice League in 1959. court time today.Crusade .
lie served at the West Virginia He is listed in Who'i Who In
Ironically, a group of adults State ,College as director of America. I
were locking on from the sidewalk Trade and Technical Educationand I' For VotersA
above the cockpit at NW 54th st. as administrative assistant to The walls and rOOf have been
and 23rd ave. when Jerry disappeared the ,president from 1928 ot 1941 completed on the $350,000 struc- "Crusade For Voters" drive
under the murky water when he took leave for duty as ture. Dr. Ira P. Davis, chairman has been launched here in order
after crying out. technical training specialist with of the board of trustees of the to get Miami's 40,000 eligible ncn-
A 36yearoldpasserby dived 1 the War Manpower Christian Memorial Hospital Corpcration registered Negroes on the books.
into the treacherous pit. Beginning :_Jn 1942 comm1sl10n.j said a lund-raisings aL--1LJL The drive is under the Joint
drive would start soon. Leo Robinson
But the rescue efforts of Ken- sponsorship cf the Dade
dall G. Wagner of 230 NW 146th I is chairman of the corporatlCD" Young Democratic Ass'n, the County Florida -
finance committee. Dona
It., came too late. were five or six guys; who could Voters
League and
the Miami
tions already made include ,$73- _
As Wajner+ dragged ydung have saved that boy who saw the -- Branch NAACP.
Smith to shore, a five-foot long whole thing before I 'got there. 000 .by the Albert' Pick Foundation I Bishop A. M Cohen, pastor of Many civic. minded citizens it-,
alligator crawled lazily up a near- But they just stood around and the :Miami Temple Church of God I tended the first meeting last Mon-
by bank, and another smaller alligator watched." The Masonic. family of Miami in Christ 1747 NW 3rd ave., and day nigfet. Another meeting is set
swam close by.nt Jerry is the son of Mr. and and surrounding cities will conduct Overseer for 'Eastern Florida, died for Monday at 8 pin at the Club
really depressed roe," said Mrs. Charles' -Smith 1 of 3394 NW the cornerstone laying 'cere- Sunday in Jackson Memorial Hal 633. All interested citizens in-
Wagner, "to think that. there 52nd it, monies. pltal. (See editorial on '6t.' 4). vited. Many workers are needed.are

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Camp'Rockv Pine, outdoor program I i Are you a w.llflower.?

2 SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1959 CLINIC AT BTW as outlined Series In the which'Sho-vr in-and : Would you like to learn te dance
L o" Train:ng II
c'. des practically: all' the ScoutIn I In a private studio.

: skllJs In the outdoor program. VISIT -
"rh ir" and: awarding cf-trainIng -

JESCA Elects ,OfficersThe I week-long certificates training will series conclude Satur-the Don Strachan's Dance Studio

day evening at Camp Rocky Pine.A' 71C8 N.W. 16th Ave. PL 7.8766Don't

board of directors of JamesE. Brooks Division ...---
xander W. ,

met. Scott on April Community 8 to organize Association Itself To Women and GirlsA all Chairman, expresses: Interested a desire In the for

fr the 1959-60 year.I Before proceeding persons and the registered Fret .
Scouting Program Fight!
! with; business a minuteof DREAMFellow of
adults to take advantage
sience! was observed In tributeto ,
Nolan ,, .raining program so that Now is the time!
the late Rev. J. Byrd Americans; I awoke last
reach more boys.
Scouting :
who served "as a member of the "' n'ght'! \

board for several years and three Filled with terror; aching with .. . :.
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years as its president. fright! I'
For I had a dream, as you will
The folkiAinj officers were see, WANTED
Seected: tj office for another That nearly scared the life from .
year: : Ejgene E. Kemp, president; me I IT I
Cyrus Jollivette first vice presi-
dent Mrs. Doris Yaeger, secre- I
; dreamed that my ,family; each I
tary and Garth' C. Reeves, treasurer '
one of them, (or Former Member)
I And you and I and many men; I .
Other members of the board: were prisonersOf EARN GOOD MONEY

Lecnard L. Abess, Attorney Hen- war, ot on foreign soil; HARRY 8, HAYSBERT
ry H. Arrington, Father Elisha But the place ,where we, now Write at Once to:
Clarke, Rev. S. A. Cousin, Mrs. play and toil A "Know Your Job" Clinic related -
J. L. Dixon Mrs. Arie Gary, Dr. to the overall Scouting ,program REV. WM. V. BANKS :
Dr. G; W. Hawkins, George Kil- I dreamed that this place that Is will be held the week of "
patrick, Mrs. Carl Rhetta, Dr. near our home, April 27 May 2 at the Booker Q 2101 Gratiot Ave. '..
Malcom Ross, Dr. Edwin S. Shir- Is where the enemy had chosento T. Washington School and Camp
ley Jr., Attorney Gordon W. roam- Rocky Pine for all registeredadult Detroit 7, Michigan
Taylcr, Rev. W. Kennely ,Upham, We were enclosed In a fence witha scouters, Cubbers and ,j:
George Williams and Mrs. H large: strong gate, :adults associated with the Explor- I
Fanklin Williams. Our kids scattered around, mine ing program, as a part of the iro- ':
numbered eight, gram of the Dade Division of the-(I '.
Cyrus Jollivette was unani- (I feared they would'nt be found) South Florida Council, Boy Scouts '
mously elected delegate to the of America.
annual business meeting of the After many ,hous spent in fear; This week of training In the DON'T FORGET THE
National Federation of Settle- It seemed- c-outing! : Program will be under
ments and Neighborhood Centers Someone slipped 'by the enemy; the supervision of Harry H. Hays-
which convenes In May In San- then our faces beamed I bert, assistant national director Df''
francisco, Cal. From our side of the strong fencewe volunteer training t)f the Boy
could see, Scouts of America His headquarters -
tor Haley of the E. Housing Sofgeevecutive direc-I Him signaling for help, and I are In Memphis, Term. As a
though we'd be free. part of his work Mr. Haysfoert
Miami visited the board. I I
pressed how pleased he was with (However the enemy saw him, trains leaders in camping and I RIDEFRI.
too.) aquatics; makes local council
the relationship existing betweenthe
visits to train 'Trainers" to con-
James E. Scott Community
Then Just at this moment, a little duct basic unit leader training
Association and the Housing
thority of Miami visited the boy of ten, experiences. NIGHT MA Y 8 '
While i protecting: his baby brotherwas Members of the local Division ,
board. He expressed; how pleased -
cut down by these awful Training Team for this week's
he with the relationship
men. training sessions under the chairmanship AT 8:30 P.M.
existing between the James E.
Scott Community Associationand A tiny ,baby ,girl, whose age was of C. W. Preston; Divi-

the Housing Authority and only one- sion Leadership Training Committee Sponsored by the
the service being rendered to tenants Had toddled in the line of fire of are: Cub, William Mott,
in Liberty Square and the enemy's gunI Leo Thompkins, Wilfoert Kin;', OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY
James E. Scott Homes. He also ( dreamed that they were mien) Vernon Miller, Harold Mitchell, ,
asked the board to consider Jcbtph Givens
strengthening and increasing Its I Jumped down on my knew and Scout, Leroy Smith, Robert The boat will leave from the east end of MacArthur
and then I creamed and I Dawkins, T. S. Greer, Sylvester
service in the future.UNCLE
near screamed! Harrington. Causeway near the Blimp Base. Plenty of fun, daD

Then suddenly I awakened' and Exploring, Frank Woodard, ing, and good music during the 3 hours cruise.
UNLOADS found that I had dreamed!IT James Wilson, Robert Burke,

Jumped down on my knees and I Theodore Barnett. Conch salad will be on sale. Prizes will be siren
GUN, WOUNDS ,prayed-that- The training schedule is as follows -
: Monday, April 27, Divisional -
GIRL 6 While we fight "Integration," I Committee Training Seminarall Admission-$2.00

that we really 'won't forget I division committee members ,

A six-year-old Perrine girl I There's probably one nation; waiting including Institutional representatives TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW OR MAY BE PURCHASED -'
much to our regret Division officers, commissioner's -
was shot and critically wounded AT THE BOAT OR CALL NE S-2030
Till: we're so Involved'in "petty staff, operating com- ---
her uncle to
as attempted
unload a small rifle in their things" such as white supre- mittees, meinbers-at-large and FR 1.8072 AND ASK FOR MANNIE HUTCHESONDon't
home at 10260 SW 173rd terr. macy, prospective division committee
That we forget the meaning of a members. Forget The Time Place or Date
Police said Lannle Ruth Davis 'True' Democracy." Tuesday, April 28, Session No.
never lost consciousness although 1 for Cub, Scout and Exploring
the .22 calilber bullet fired by her That this one nation1' is not work Basic Leader Training.

uncle, Curtis James, passed ing, Just to seek awards, Wednesday, April 29, Session
through her chest and entered her In, nuclear perfections, but may NQ. 2 for Cub, Scout and Exploring -
left arm. someday come abroad! Basic Leader Training.
"Curtis was just 'unloading the And it may be, just as I dreamed Thursday April 30, Session No. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING
to that we both white and black 3 lor Cub, Scout and Exploring:
put it said the
'Wounded girl's mother, Mrs. Ruby May be clutching at our children;! Basic Leader Training.
:Mae Virgil, who has four other falling in our tracks! Friday, May 1, Training in the DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES
children. Seeing our families scattered, "outdoor program" (Indoor session -
INo charges were filed pendingan hearing bloody screams! ) en: they ear-round Camping p.
investigation. May God in Heaven forbid it! program and training In the Divisional The Largest Organization of
But please think of this Exploring Unit Planning
L dream! Cabinet and the quarterly Explorer its Kind in The South Serving
Beautiful Home Mrs. S. S. Pritchard Roundtable The Cubbers will:
oa 14841 Polk St. participate In the "Cub Planning" Colored People
Your Lot
Richmond Heights Completion Course.
\ "F or Fast, Efficient Service" Call L. L. BROOKS
)(uv thu PRESIDENT

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"


TOt HiT-B-Y i( a (Woman. The accident occurred
!' at NW 9th st. near 4th ave. The
AUTO driver took the boy to Jackson
A boy about two years 'old:suffered Memorial Hos:ital. The boy "was
a head injuries last Thurs- unab.e to identify himself and
day when hit by a car driven by hs: parents were not at the scene.




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iI iI I I . Catholics Sponsor

\ ''''';. Youth Dance
Hilarity, gaiety and merriment
reigned as the youth cf Holy Redeemer J \ \ % \
Catholic Church and
their friends danced to their'
hearts content.
The girls were gayly dressed '4\
in all of heir! finery and the boys '
were handsomely attired. !
fi + tir ,
This affair began with the I
crowning of the queen, Theodora r
Williams and King Albert Rich-
ards both ninth grade students of
/ Booker T Washington High This Y
was followed by a grand march. i
Ballroom dancing prevailed ..
r throughout the evening.

: t
(North Dado High School Or- t
chestra furnished melodious >

music for the affair. .
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This elegant affair, to be sponsored ,RY
annually, was under the
auspices of the Women's Union,
Miss Trma Bodle, president Father -
Joseph De Vaney and Father
Thomas Gojgins are the priestsin
charge. Y tS
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Above are scenes from the
dance. First the crowning of the
King and Queen; second a part
of the large crowd of teen-agers
attending the affair.

Man Drowns in Booker Terrace Pool ,

A 22-year-old man was found -
drowned Sunday In the pool of ,
the Booker Terrace Motel, 4200 Y ry+
NW 27th -ace. Leading at (
Friends tof James Edward Dic- ti ,, ,
kens, of 5177 NW 27th ave., told
police they found his body In the- Press InstituteWASHINGTON #
pool at 12:15: pn.

They said they bad last seen I i;
(ANP) "Fourth Branch 'of Government"due
him alive in the Fool):: area at 2:30:
am, dressed in a bathing suit How the press can further help off the press in May; ClaudeA.
improve racial understanding Barnett, founder and directorof
ALL-NEGRO will be taken up here by some of the Associated Negro Press;
the nation's leading newsmen on James C. Hagcrty, White House
DRAMA WINS May 2 at the Capital Press Club's Press Secretary; Harold Burt
second annual national press in- Meyers of Time magazine; Cliff
BEST PLAY stitute, Miss Fannie Granton, Mackay, editor of the Afro- ',
AWARD club president, announced last American newspapers. >/
I Miss Doris Fleescn. syndicated

NEW YORK "A Raisin in the The institute will precede the columnist; Alfred E. Sweeney, I 1 i.I i.
Sun" a play written, acted and club's annual awards dinner to city editor of the Cleveland Call
directed by Negroes, Tuesday was be addressed by Roy Wilkins, ex and Post; George Schuyler of the
voted the best American play on -ecutive secretary of the NAACPin Pittsburgh Courier; Benjamin / s / s ss
Broadway during the 1958-59 the Grand Ballroom of the Muse, Washington Post and ii ii sarr
season by the New York Drama Willard Hotel. '{ Times Herald; John H. Sengstake,
Critics Circle. Among those scheduled to take editor and publisher of the Chicago -
part in the all-day institute at I Defender; P. B. Young Sr.,
The play" which stars Sidney the hotel are: Douglass Cater, I I of the Norfolk Journal and Guide;
Poltier and was written by Lor- Washington editor of the Report Edwin Tribble, Sunday editor of
raine Hansberry, received sixtrotes. er and, author of a now" book j 1 I the Atlanta Daily World.

I "JB," the Archibald MacLelshverse
drama based on biblical
Job's search for .faith, and Ten- STAR MEAT MARKET
nesee Williams' "Sweet Bird of
Youth" tied for second place with .
five votes each.

,. 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
':"La Plume de ma Tante", playing .
on Broadway with an all-
French cast, received the award
n '
>(Best foreign play award /went .
to "The Visit," which was ...
adapted by Maurice Valency and
starred Alfred Lunt and Lynn I : I : I
Fontaine. Fresh (Meat-Low Prices


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Leroy Skylark,. 15, both of Hal
SATURDAY APRIL 25, 1959 country a breathing spell. to landale. There were six in each
PAGE 4 continues
that if Congress enroute to
"We are apprehensive CT They were Miami,
explosive situation', by enactment of further The Chevrolet,, driven by Leroy
aggravate an
legislation our communities l; below the Mason Skylark was said tc "te* making
rivil ri-hts have the cities to 90 miles an hour, swerved to the
*y&* Dixon lire will suffer as disastrously : center strip turning over three

the north,' Caldwell said. I! ijncs. Both drivers will (probably.
u . We want to avoid the racial clashes. violencennri ba charged with: manslaughter
which have sorely beset those cities. We hope I Bo' s Boyst! read. this and contempLate
Off'cs at 1112 N V'. Third Ave, Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 to escape the exodus of city tax-payers to the suburbs, ,
6743: N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 and to the northern - costly to Washington
-- - -.. ---- which has proven Opa Locka CivieClub'
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: communities."We .
ONE YEAR $450 SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE. MONTHS $1.70 cannot provide nor can we pay for the army of
-- ----r required to prevent violence in the schools as in 8 Spring BallThe
H, E, SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor police
bloodshed as
New York City, and prevent riots and Opa Locka Civic Club is

'Who don't keep faith with God, won't keep It with man"-Dutch. Chicago and Detroit" giving a dance Wednesday night,
Calrlwell says the Supreme Court has seen and regretted April 29 at the Harlem Gardens
OUR SCHOOLS the error of the ((1954) decision; and that' the at- Night Club lccated at NW 22nd

Time is drawing near for the closing of another tornev general is ashamed of his advice, and that the ave.. C.and Baker Rutland and his St.Jiving featuringW. Jiv-

school year and plans are being made for the opening of President is sick of the hole mess. What an indictment on ers' .
school in September. the President. the highest tribunal and representatives of I
I Tickets be,' purchased at
:Meanwhile in Tallahassee several Bills have been the meat United, States of America. the fo'lowln'! may ;facet: Harlem
presented all trying to strengthen the Pupil AssignmentLaw i hall' Mr. Caldwell said is true, Americans would haveto Gardens, Grant's*Drive-ln, Vale
or to in some way prevent integration in our schools.On haM their heads in they read these words. Barber Shop, Bundle Park
Tuesday, the House approved a measure authorizing Since charity begins at home, it seems to us that Mr. Lounge and Magnolia Sundries
segregating by sex. This means that separate schools can Caldwell could render our state a service by asking our Liberty City: Newton's and the Sundries,
Baker's Bar Liberty
be conducted for girls and boys.: The vote was 920. Florida Congress to "put all racial segregation Bills now Lounge. New Liberty City: The
The chances are that the Senate will approve the before our state legislature on the shelf and give the .statea New Liberty City Bar and Grill.

measure.If breathing spell." Table reservations may be obtained -
this becomes law and we have schools for boys at the Harlem Gardens cr
and schools for girls it should satisfy many whose hearts call Valet's Barber Shop, MU

were troubled. 'RROWSIN''TPAUL 1-9365.

Coming back to Dade County. Next week or soon JUST

after the board of Public Instruction will send cards to

parents of children in our high schools. The parents are R. HENRY II j R I

asked to choose the Senior high: school they wish their I _. - - - - - - --
children to be attending next year. "
The cards are to be signed by the parents and returned The Florida Power and LightOcmpany's fans, 'but there are those who .
powdered wl1! be that the is
big happy season
to the principal of the school. I
generator at the Cutler 'plant ever You see some have bought
This is being, done under the recentlv enacted Pupil stopped on Tuesday night send- more oats for the thoroughbredsthan .
Assignment Act, but the Dade County School Board has ing darkness In some parts of they anticipated, and they n. '
the responsibility of assigning pupils to proper schools Miami' and as far as Ft. Myers can't even try to collect before''
after considering applications on an individual basis. and Sanford. Service was restord next season. Well, ,guess you en- :
The board recommends that the senior high school in less than an hour. Joyed the sport. I

nearest your residence or to which bus transportationschool Atty. Thomas S. Ferguson. a A two-story frame building at
( or city) is most acceptable. former Justice of the peace for 22 1520 NW 6th ave., owned by Victor -+
Superintendent Thomas Bailev and Attv. General years In district 2, Miami, died I Griley has been ordered
Richard Ervin have evolved a plan that'ould allow parentsto 'n:: Tuesday while arguing a case cated and torn down. va-J .

withdraw their children from integrated schools, and brfcre the Florida Industrial Cocn- Slum Clearance Director TIME :

that they be given a financial grant of $290 a year to help missicn. cis Kelly said permission was

finance private education. Miami_ _ Senator_ _ Joe_ _ Eaton_ has i, iven to :repair the building, but
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that the way it was being done CHANGE'to
\Introduced a Bill to stamp out I
ba loon mortgages. Tf passed, It I
The death of Bishop Amaziah 'Melvin Cohen of the will be quite helpful to homeowners ELECTRIC
who borrow under "bal- Ray'' Robinson must arrange to an
Church of God in Christ Temple with headquarters at '
oon mortgages" defend his middleweight championship -
1747 NW 3rd from this mundane
ave. removes sphere an- title against Carmen Ba- .
other of Miami's pioneer citizens.. The legislature has, or will silio within 15 days or face loss RANGE
The Bishop, a South Carolinian by birth, has lived ,InMiami pass stronger traffic laws. If you of the title. So says Supreme .
for more than ,62 years He is well-known and respected -Irlve while your license is sus- O.urt Justice Saul Streit, on (0 CLEANER
throughout' the state of Florida. pended, you face a 30-day ;jail Wednesday. Now its up to Ray .
sentence If you are found to bea and the chances are that he wit
Apart from his religious Cohen in
'work. Bishop was drunk driver, you could get a go to battle.
terested in the general welfare of Dade County, and made sentence up to one yeor.: More I 0 SAFER
his contribution to its'pro ess. He was a member of the about this later.
Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance for- Running' 19 red lights and two! (0 FASTER
many years. Saturday, April 24 is a big day slo).,,' sL,ns is ,pretty risky even if
Bishop Cohen had been ill for some time, but was for our high Schools at North- You:! think' you can outrun theo I to t 0 CHEAPER
pastor of his church up to the time of his death. western school grounds. There :ips which you can seldom do.
He and Mrs. Cohen has been blessed with a large will be teams from Carver, Booker without being caught. An 18-year-
family. Surviving are his wife, Mamie ; seven sons and T Washington Roosevelt of old lad found that out this week T
three daughters. Palm' Beach, North Dade, Belle when he had to pay a fine of I .
Glade Blanche of $385 and had his license $
Pompano, suspended I r
Two of his have followed his
sons in footsteps. Theyare Attucks of Danla, and Dillard of indefinitely. : .
Isaac and Jacob, elders and pastors in Miami. Ft. Lauderdale.Are ,
Amaziah fa i a successful dentist in Atlanta, Ga. Too badl! A highway race between i I appliance

Samuel O'Tanner, principal of Dorsey Junior High I I your children learning to a 1956 Chevrolet and on dt 1lOW
School has been named as principal of tfie Northwestern swim Can you swim? If not you older make oar ended in the .1M. 111M
have a good chance death ....WNOTICE
of learning of Nathan Thomas, 16, and ,
Senior High School for the coming l
year. A (parents'
". workshop was held at
William is in -the real estate business. I the Dixie Park Pool, NW 12th
Richard is in school and Frank in the Army. st. on Thursday afternoon. Inquire
The daughters are Mrs Christine Cohen' Jackson, abcut' these swim meeting Too TO AL.LBEAUTICIANS'

Mrs.\ Florence Cohen Bunyan and Miss.Mamie Cohen. Also many in of rock our'pits.children There are should drowned be

many other relatives. more pools available, but if they
May\ he rest in peace and light perpetual shine upon can't swim, even the pool should
him. be dangerous
The Florid International aiitici9"s Guild, a

JEWS CELEBRATE SEDER The House education committee well org; ,, 'h.H i group of beauticians, met recently
in Tallahassee, 'has postponed and unanimously agreed to meet monthly to exchange
This week the Jews celebrating the feast of the
are action Bill for the ideas !
on a aporop'l-] for the benefit of t profession as a whole.
Passover The celebrating ,began on Wednesday It is ation of $2,3'50.000.> most cf One of the aims and objectives of the ia to improve -
known as the Festival of Freedom commemorating the which would be used for the group
release of the ancient Israelites in Egypt and their flight building of four new Junior colleges conditions in the prof-salon whereby Florida
in southeast Florida. beauticians will be among the best In the field of Cosmetology. .
under the leadership of Moses over three thousand years .

ago. It is an eight day holiday filled with religious rites Mr Harrry P. Cain, vice pres-
and ceremony. ident of the First Federal and Recently e.n unauthorized concern hat made an
Loan Association of Miami has attempt to induce some of the local beauticians into
THANK YOU been selected as the new presi- an impossible situation, something that the beauticians -
dent of the United Fund of Dade
Last week Ye Editor and Mrs\ Reeves had a wedding County. of this state have already accomplished and are
anniversary. The next one' if we are spared to see it, will now improving.We .

tally n half century.We Metro's manager O. W. Camp-
are more than garteful and want to extend our bell discharged Metro's budget hi>.ve beauticians in the state of Florida who
thanks and best wishes for cards, congratulations and director James Picola on Mon- rank with in the nation. We have beauticians
day. The position carries sal- qualified. to do demonstration
Hi-Fi a work in all phases of
gifts, one of which was a Magnavox Stereophonic ary of $15,000. beauty culture. "
,with the latest records. Picola now charged that Metrois
overstaffed and salaries are We are appealing to all beauticians to wake up I
F -- ..' SHELVE CIVIL RIGHTS? too high. The report has the com: and attend these regular monthly meeting A large
; Governor Millard Caldwell came with a mission thinking and the chairman group attended the last called
_ Former up of the bjdget committee meeting. We 'do not
:new one on Wednesday. He urged Congress to "put all wants a thorough: investigation. discriminate against out-of-town operators and welcome ,
"'pending civil rights legislation on the shelf and give the their ideas for improvement of the profession.
country a breathing spell. The governor was testifying Gulfstream Park closed its Our determination is to protect Florida'beauticians
'''before. a House Judiciary Committee considering civil racing season on Wednesday. It by preventing unauthorized or unskilled persons
will be missed,
by many racing from
rights proposals.Caldwell misleading certain groups within the beauty-
urged Congress Wednesday to "put all profession.

.--4::$ pending civil rights legislation on the shelf and give the Join The NAACP

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The Tuberculosis Committee, until Fall. installed: Mrs. L. E. Thomas, z r rs ICNNANN
Dade County Tuberculosis Association E. N Taylor (presided, due to chairman, Mrs. May Dell DraY-I'
held its regular meeting the illness of Mrs. Willimae Murray non, co-chairman; Mrs. sVY
April 12 at the Sir John Coffee f Immediate past chairman Dean, secretary; Mrs. Bessie
Shop. This is the last meeting Officers fcr 1959-60 were Smith, associate secretary. j I
Reports were presented to the
group on Annual Spring Party
Douse Winner in Recreational Track Meet State TB Hospital, April 12, Fla,
Tuberculosis and Health Associa I
tion Annual Meeting, Aril| lOll That's the taste you get
and present Selective Case. fl I"" M"ANN'Seln'n
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TALLAHASSEE The 11thI ....
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I I annua: convention of the Florida GIN wyMMN 1/1/11/1111
Fate Business League will be
held here at Florida .A and M''
Un'versl'.y! ': April 27-2B. 'I DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN

r 11"1 q'f i' $ State president Otis Mobley '90 PROOF THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING
salrl! Jchn H. WJckriffe field director

f .if _he National Negro Bus- ,
Ino's Ljuo wJU give; the kev-I I.
' .C'Tnfimi mar.''s f'
for the i !>Jv nn..r d.mt3MaiIa:
nr :a: 'u't conventionat
i IT :i I I1) am. Monday; April 27 In FRIENDS AND VISITORS
to I the Chare! Winter Wood Theater.
M ; : 'City C uncl'man W S. Stewart of WHEN IN THE BAHAMAS STOP AT
4, a" 1 Mcm-h's Dill be the luncheon
iI1LOLtIr speaker B'l: noon Tuesday. MARY'S ,GUEST HOUSE"One
The theme: for the convention I
will: be "The Florida State Business of Nassau's Finest"r'
IG League Prepares for Growthn ,
catering to :
a Growing Society.
Mr. Mobley said that several Native and American Cuisine ..*
o'her top figures in iiiblic rela-
vns, business, newspaper publishing BAR SERVICE -
and law in the state will
The of Town
In Heart
vive on panels during the con-
w ---For- The Highest in Mary's Guest House .r

YUkon 3-5681

/ "HANDS") Phone 3808 Nassau, P.O.. Box 1620.

: Also Maxine Bain, Manager s t
Miami Time Newspaper

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\Vashinjton I Mary Alice High Douse,School Booker 8th T. !i CHEERING IS NOT ENOUGH

.grader, was high point winner in
'the City Parks Track Meet, held
;'at Dixie Park, Thursday, April $5,990 CASHBUYS
Mary Alice was the victor in
the following heats: First place
running broad jump; first place NEW 3-3EDROOM CBS HOME
;,73 yard dash and first place 20 Help make the Golden. Anniversary year < I .
yard: relay.! She received a blanket -
r for beln! ; the high point scorner 1959 a real Jubilee with 500,000 member. i PLUS A 4-UNIT FURNISHED APT.
1 of the day. I
.+ t.r When questioned about her $2.00 up to 50000. Through your Local Branc! HOUSE IN TOP CONDITION

,feelings as the winner in the .r .reet t* Close to N.W. 7th Ave.
meet, Mary said, "I am very.

. at the track meet. I was very" 20 Weal 40th St,... - - New Yak II, N. Y.'WE Jin Edison Center Area >,, ,
surprised> at my ability to run.
,Mary Alice is a member of thee .
.k.. 8x9 homeroom Mrs. G. K. James, ,,,j'; o 1
homeroom instructor.
Other /winners in the meet ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE OWNER-FR 3-3654
were Joyce Taylor, also a studentat
Booker T. Washington, who OUR NEW LOCATIONTO
placed second in the heats, and, SERVEMIAMI FOUNDATION INVESTMENT
members of the Coconut Grove
Park':Girls, Track Team, third AND'DADE COUNTY/
place. winners.. COMPANY
Mr, J, M. Simmons, counselort i

resenting Booker' T.the Washington.aard to Mary is shown-Aliceoose Sue's Health &. Reducing Center S 1208 Ainsley Bldg.

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This evenffwas sponsored by theteofeatlodal
601 N.W. 2nd Ave.
1.. Department. the

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discusses; the first crjes, the sec-
THE MIAMI TlM 5-" 'he Peoples Newspaper'* FLA. VOTERS ond complies with( God's will)
PHIL OSSOFER the first will ,give you a "piece of
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1959 LEAGUE TO MEET his mind," the second, peace of
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IN HAINES CITY (The segregationist doesn't have
Velvet Touch Wins Again alL the facts His "no's" come before -
The Biennial Convention of the Segregation is sponsored by I his "krta s." ._
Y'e r rw Florida Voters League Inc. is immature people who are separted I

hereby called to meet on Sunday, within themselves ,from their m
I April 26, 2:30: pun at the Oak true selves which Gcd has creat-
land High School Cafetorium ,I H. WALTON
Y lljh street and avenue D, Haines i ed.They, cannot live with others
City, with the Polk County Pro ',because they have not as yet Transfer Service:
gressive Voters League as host. I'learned to live with themselves.
Half Ton Truck
Officers and directors of the Segregationists will not go
League for the next two years down' in history. They 'will Just For, Hire
C will be elected at this meetingAll g: down
local county and district organizations The integrated ,ierson is not

., ? : are urged to send necessarily one who is completely Prompt reliable service
representatives from each Congressional adjusted. He may be one whois ,
1 9r Reasonable Rates
I District who will be adjusted to the fact that he
seated together and district: vice has maladjustments, and is con- FR
s presidents will be elected by their stantly striving to rid hismelf of
I 'cj( ective Congressional: delegations them.
All officers the Florida
Here are some differences between -
.......;,.. Voters League are to toe filled at I the immature and the ma- Drive !
F.'i F. this meeting.The I ture: the first argues the second Carefully
; organization is in the midst
;. of a statewide voters registrationdrive. -
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The minimum goal is 300-
000 voters All units will report RUPTURED ?

K ryr on the progress made thus far
t] >: . . : :: :.;t.. < and plans for the campaign durIn.l -
.: .:<,!,. .' ,, .. ... ;;": :..' :,, .", '" You can be FREE from TRUSS SLAVERY. New Non-Surgical,
" < '1//( ," the balance of the year'
I. : '!i/ ;': ) !' Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TIME.:
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l/ iIs Fortells Your LifeI Piles Rectal Disease QR LONG'S CLINIC
/ tv will tell your! past or no charge C e A General Health Service

made, and fortell the future and Reducing 21 S.W. 18th Ave .FR 2748
straighten out your life to the best

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It years experi-1,
g ence. You have

{2R ,.y /.., #: '. read and heardof
,.. .t;II'l./ the accuracyof CUT-RATE STORE
my predictions -
'l./ which

\ l' ;( were mentioned I I 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
on the "Meet
Above is shown' Mrs. Willie M. Touch hair products at the clinic The Press" TV Patent Medicines IncenseA

Ceasor, president of Ceasor's Un- and was beauticians v'oted the winner by visiting the- :- Program 30, 1956. of To Sept.order I I complete line of Drug Sundries at popular pricesA
iversity of Cosmetology of Miami attending I
proudly displaying the trophy clinic, for many Florida cities Doc Anderson me Double I selected variety of human hair

recently awarded to her at a Velvet Touch also won first, second Offer, which ; Gifts of all descriptions -
beauty clinic held at Tampa. Mrs. and third prizes at a beauty Includes the Ancient Mezuzah,

Ceasor demonstrated Velvet clinic held at Fort Lauderdale.let's the beautiful amulet'worn for Its SPECIAL: A variety of good hair dressing ................ 10c per Jar
religious significance and as an

Omen, alleged by many to repel Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
y Evil, containing the (promise of
Gcd made to Moses inscribed in John A. McMinn, Owner
Hebrew (Deut. 6 Vs. 4-9)), and the
talk about jazzJACK Biblical Incense (Rev. 8-4)) con-
taining a 'blessing with the suggested -
prayers. Psalms 23 and

(Ita) IVORY, II 112, send $6.00 plus 6c postage or
_. pay ostman $6.00 plus chargesto
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Homework is an important part West Gordon Ave., Rossville, Ga 2&3
of a travel writer's job, reading The $6.00 is THE PRICE OF THE
and answering the mail is the DOUBLE OFFER ONLY NOT
most important part of that MY PRICE FOR ANY SPECAL
homework. So let's finish our sax. This is sincerely rich, sub- WORK OR CONSULTATIONS.
homework. dued brass! For appointments for readings or BEDROOM HOUSES
Although our: column is still The album "Jumpin' With special work phone CAnal 2-6719
new, already we are receiving Jonah" is recommended good listening or write me at the above address.
mail Here in part is a letter from because this particular album Office open seven days a week.
one of our readers: "Dear Jack, of fine: tunes fall immediately Adv M9
I have been reading your column under the spell of Jonah's style FOR SALE
. what's with you, are you also shows why he will be arounda
"Antl-Jlock and Roll" or sump- long time in the jazz field.I ,
ting?-signed: Miss Rock and have been fortunate to meet Combs'Luncheonette'
Roll. In answer to this, I would Mr Jones, and lee has a success
like to say, no! I'm not anti any- formula: his LP's are done with Richmond
thing (except ainti-segregation.\ ) verve and are always pleasant HeightsNear
1 have eschewed mention at listening this is all in additionto
rock 'n' roll 'because the purposeof his being a grand guy.
this column is to try and help Someone asked about Dave The House of Fine Foods Schools and Shopping Center
people understand and appreciateJazz. Brubeck? Well on his LP liThe
However, while I have Dave Brulbeck Quartet in Europe." And Beverages
nothing against rock 'n' roll, Miss I have found that the final two Veterans No Down PaymentLOW
j Roller, I cannot very well defendit tracks, "Someone" and "Watusie"
and jazz, at the same time contain the most prcfessionalized CLOSING COSTS
Owing to (people's willingness to efforts In this album; the formeris
accept rock 'n' roll without that a stunning ballad; while the .
vitriolic feeling they seem to latter is based on rhythmic ideas
have lor jazz, I have a full time ihe eard in Mesopotamia (Iraq).
jib defending and enlightening Recommendation-Good FHA Terms Available
!people concerning Jazz. I Personal Mention: Thanks Glo-
ria for a grand time. The
i take for granted that party
you area
was the most.
teenager interested in $300 DownPlus
reading !
!Note: Listen for some of these
about rock 'n' roll. What I would records on station WFEC at the
suggest. Is that you express your International (Barber Shop or I
desires concerning this idiom, to Shrimipy's next door. Low Closing Costs
some of the local radio
Be sure to read: "Strive' Toward )
Because when an impcrtan; segment Freedom" by the Dr Mar- <
of a station's listening. audience tin Luther King. a< +\ Move in when qualified

and teenagers are Just My quote for this week Is tak-
that revolts some benefits en from a talk given by L H. ; K
may result Incidentally: I too Portlock manager Atlanta Life \a.; Models Ready For InspectionOPEN ;
like some rock and roll. Nevertheless Insurance Co. and I would like to rCLIFFORD -' ,
my first love h Jazz.I direct It to my cousin, Barry L;
thank you for your letter. I E. Neasman Jr., and my friends ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
know naw I ha i e at least one Henry Jones and Gary Burdon. .

reader. i I He said: "There are two things
''. iNow so much for the home- that are never out of place "BABY" COMBS 0
work. 1 Honesty and Sincerity." ProprietorWe
,'' il have been so busy workingthat See you next week? Bye.
I haven't had much time for i feature Dally Specials RICHMOND HEIGHTS/ Inc.
Children Under 12 Half Price ,
TV (except Timex/ Jazz Shows
and likely I have missed the We Cater to Private Parties i
Negro Billboard Girl Jackie Glea- Your Vote is Neededto Open Dally and Sunday 14520 LINCOLN BLVD.i '

ion has premised, to put in \his fight the forces that seekto 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. -'
new line-up of integrated Billboard You Call We Deliver RICHMOND HEIGHTS
Girls. Notwithstanding I keep you a Second Class '
hope she is as !beautiful as JacldeGle8l9On's Citizen. 943 N.W. 2nd Ave. PHONE CE 5-6262
ajlbum;. with Its Brass"I,I Phone FR 3.9368

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AKA NoticeAll THE MIAMI TIMES-The P.ople. Newspaper"

patrons of the "Ebony
a Fashion Fair" who are not receiving -
", .: ., their Ebny magazines are For Whom I PrayBy And those who would caress me
';': Altho they may be few
41 asked to contact Mrs. B. M. Cox,
, ": BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE NE 5-8783, so that adjustmentsmay William Henry Huff for A'NPI pray for those who hate me; f
, be made. They are In need of prayer, '
The show I pray for those who bless me; And those who still berate me
was sponsored
''"',\ DIOCESAN CONVENTION Mable Rogers and Mrs. John H Alpha Kappa Alpha' Sorority: in For those who curse me too, Although they are unfair
MAKES HISTORY Johnson attended as visitors.
.,.. Lakeland. St. Andrews, Hollywood: Fr. November. A25 I'
.. when History the was 37th made annual in convention Jarrett Atkins, vicar and Solo ...............................NNNNII I...................................-....
To Women and GirlsBy
Ash. Women division Mrs.
I mon :
. c.f the Diocese of South .Florida
,,'. of the Protestant Episcopal Naomi* Turnquest and Mrs. Juan Wlllam Henry Huff, for AN'PFlrlt 1
Church, met in that fair city at ta Austin. get a home that you can
All Saints Church on Tuesday, : St. Christopher, Ft. Lauder. call your own
dale: Marvin H, Jones. Women Before you get those costly
a Wednesday and Thursday of last I People with
v week division: Mrs Ilene Morris. clothes and minks. a
The predatory rich and fools
It was ,my privilege to attend St. Phillips, Pompona: Joseph alone
this: cnvention delegate DeVce. -
as a
Will spend large sum on costly
from St. Allies Church of Miami St. Patrick, West Palm Beach clothes and drinks. taste for
'.. The convention proved to bs Fr. Lamlbert/ Sands, vicar and Whoever eleganceare
Is not rich, Is just a fool
one of the finest in the history of Vm: W. Stevens Women division; To climb above her means to
.: the CLocesej' and established a Mrs Audrey Stevens. Mrs. Lambert such
a way;
ncord in race relations In Lake- Sands attended visitor.
as a She
Is put rushing to a pauper'sstool
land St. Peters, Key West: Fr. John turning tot
. '. DIVISION OF WOMEN MET Reese, vicar and George Cambridge Because ,
on such, big stools and !
At the same time that tne con- loans
venUon was meeting> tin Division prey.
. cf Episcopal Women of the ULMER AND DAVIS
Diocese: formerly known as tfcd ELECTED TO SYNODFr. Night Fishing

Woman's Auxiliary, also met in Culmer and Dr. I. P. Davis Popular Sport I
the same city, in what is said to were elected as delegates to the chens!a:1
be one of its finest meetings. :roviniial Synod which meets ''More and mbre visitors are :

LOUTTIT AND MOSES this year in Greensboro, N. C. discovering and enjoying & new
PRESIDEThe Tnev Acre the only Negroes in a form of nightlife in Miami.
convention was ably pre group( of 12 delegates elected. It has nothing to do with plush
sided over by the Rt. Rev, Henry Mrs.. Elisha Clarke of the nliht clubs, and you're a cinch \
Irving Louttlit. Presiding Bishopof Church of Incarnation was elect- not to have a "big head" the next
the Diocese :d an ternate to the division of if
of South Florida, morning you spend an evening
. who was assisted by the Rt. Rev. of the Synod. under afull: moon trying your
William F.> Moses, Suffragan COMMENDS CULMERThe :uck at night fishing. ay xi'6 v .

Bishop. convention also' passed Miami has both reef and deep
sea charters that skim out into
manfmously, a special resolution
CAPTIVATES commending and congratulating the ocean in early evening And

CONVENTIONAs was expected and predict *r. Culmer upon his 40 years of Rickenbkackcr and MacArthurCauseways .

ed: 'by many people, the shininghighlight excellent service as an active sports for night are fishing.pQular bride 21lcnleii !
prlttt In the DJocese.
of the conventionwas
entire The water is smcoth, the: breeze Chenle
the annual report made by MIAMI NEXT YEAR gentle and the fishing excellent.! "
the Venerable John E. Culmer, The convention closed Thurs- In fact, some veteran Miami
rector of St. Agnes Church his day afternoon and will meet next salts will tell you at the dropof
official capacity as Archdeason I rear in Miami. a sinker: "If you want to catch
for Negro Work in the Diocese. "
-- fish, go out at night
Fr. Culmer delivered a very bril- IT'S ALUMNI TIME AT Yes, night fishing is a relaxing '
liant and highly illuminating report BTW way to spend an evening and one sea tkAq,,
in the form of an address, that the entire family will enjoy 'z:
It's Alumni Time at Booker T.
which captivated the entire con And
one thing is for sure: Pop
vention. He received a thunderous Washington High School on -won't have that big head" if
round of applause from the Tuesday, June 2 and Friday, June he spend a night on the water '
large crowd ''before he began his 5. And .what a time it is goingto rather than "on the town." : 'YtyyryW I ,- YJRt4l
report, and even more thunderous be. In this year of 1959 the '
applause after he completedit. classes of 1949, 1939 and 1929
It was the talk of the conven- will return to school and celebrate TOOT.ACHE OUlrllltu A., Me 27t !f e 1oJn6
tion and will long be remembered reunions.The for ntw fast act.LcantWtWrLtRt -
by ali who heard it. class of 1949, will celebrate -, If yw e III'l ,Jtlly eillid I .-i4 1Ay4i._ ticnkq 4
ttlat : .1: ORA.JEL8 an.N.1IC..NN1..INN.11NIIIN1111NNIINI1.1N1NI.NN111111N11
its first reunion after JO
RESOLUTION ON SCHOOLSThe years out cf school. The class of ss.m.tai la ssaones; JSiSx&H&

convention went on record 1939, will observe its second reunion / ] .1/
and unanimously passed a reso following 20 years out, and 1- SSSal | ('.,)f Dlitlllin C..,N.Y,C.,IKNOCD WHISKY Of IUOUCC 8S Proof',65* Oriln Neutral Spirits
utlon urging the State Leglsla the class of 1929, will commemorate -
ture to keep all of the Florida its third reunion 'after 30
public schools open regardless of years away from the memorable
afl I other conditions affecting the walls .
schools. The resolution urged that The annual reunion program
the Legislators take no move will be held on Tuesday after- EVERYTHING MUST GO
which could result In the closing non June 2, at 2 o'clock in the
of any ,portion of Florida's public school's auditorium. The principal : -
schools. ,participants on the program
CLARKE ASSISTS AT will be announced within the

HOLY COMMUNION next two weeks. LOWEST .

Fr. Elisha Clarke of the Church REUNION BALL FRIDAY I
of the Incarnation, read the JUNE 5
Epistle and assisted in the ad
ministration of -the Holy l Sacre- In a change from its usual I
ment at the Holy Communion schedule, this year the annual
Service held Wednesday morning Alumni Reunlcn Ball will be heldon
at AU Saints Church. Friday night June 5, at 10 PRICESOver
o'clock at the Harlem Square
SOUTHEAST WELL Ballroom. The affair will, as
. REPRESENTEDSoutheast usual become both a reunion and :
Florida was well a return students ball in that all
represented at this convention. )f the students from Miami 10" 12"
mong dedegates to the conven- and vicinity who are now- awayin
tion, the division of women's college will be invited to his TROATO1RSS
meeting and visitors were the annual event. Indications already $
following: point t othe fact that this year's 19 29

From St. Agnes to the conven- reunion ball is destined to be j, FLOOR SAMPLES
tion; In addition of Fr. Culmer the greatest in the history of the AND TRADE-INS
and myself there was Elston Da annual attractions. |
Remember this year, the annual MUST BE SOLD 21'
vis. Dr. I. P. Davis was also a 17"
Reunion Ball will be held on '
delegate but was unable to at- Friday, June :5, instead of Thursday TO MAKE ROOM FOR -
tend. Division of women: Mrs.
Della B. Carey and Mrs. Veronica night as has been the case In NEW MERCHANDISE $ *
the past. The ball will be held at 49 69
O'Berry. Mrs. Veronica Bynoe the beautiful Harlem Square
was also a delegate but was un- Sallroom. It's Alumni Reunion
Now & Save I
able to attend Mrs. John E. Cul time tat BTW on June 2 and( June Buy
mer attended as a visitor 5. We'llbe looking for you and

dore From R.Christ Gibson Churchr, rector;Fr William Theo- you and you.LOTS. I NO MONEY DOWN Pay as $ Per

Stirrup Sr., William Stirrup, Jr. .50
and Arthur Baker. Division of Little as Week!]

women: Mrs. Maggie Cash, Mrs. EASY BANK RATES
Mercay Baker, Mrs. Rosa White FOR SALE
and Mrs. Verneka Davis Terma

Elisha Church Clarke cf, vicar Incarnation and Rev.: Fr.If. Build on your ,lot' 5211 N.E. Zfi Av

E. S. Reeves. To the division of or mine .
women: Mrs. Margaret Jones W. take care of financingNO '
Mrs. Elisha Clarke attended as a Sabal Palm Shopping Center
visitor. MONEY DOWN I

St, Ann's Church, Ilallandale: Cash paid for your lob or TYJOE PL 18571F.
Louis R. Burrows. To the divisionof home PHONE
women: Mrs. Estelene Morgan -

and Mrs. Beatrice Hill Money loaned on your .. Parking For 1,000 Car

From the Church of the Trans Home or Lot
figuration, Op Lock: John H: OPEN,DAILY 9 TO'9
Johnson, Harry Nabbto attendedas Baron, JE 8-1340
a visitor, and to the women
division Mr*. Ruth Singleton. Mrs,

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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE : i Hammond Organ _

8 SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1959 Society to be I i LIB .TY

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NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
I Around Miami I

1 Efr DAVE < M, Swing) BONDUN.N..N.NN..M.NN

.........._._.uuuu._...____.___ NN.N.MMMM.MN-N 'FAMED ON LOCATION IN TNt HAYSTACK!!!
t rUP

-- rtl'/ Unofficial Mayor, Chat.Hid'ey the. : MGM..+ DEBBIE mVlNtWWWMi
: followed through on : .
removing the "whf1 and "col-I -

oed" sins from the drinking Hadley Govern .: 1"The',
McGahey Mayor i" .
fountains: at Shell City. He also : ." Collins . call somebody, r; I'AIILDOUGtJ f' G ame.. 1
has accomplished his mission at p.ease! Then, too; Ihis is the timeto /L ". \&. L; .. .._
Freder.cks Super Market on 62nd : push for a swimmlnj pool in v :!S."I.

street. The manager at Frederlck's o--r area. Let us use the +ools in t ,.;.::4.; . '
is new and: asked: Mr. Had- : the fringe! areas as Garth Reeves 2o. 4 (7"rcc.m.ry

ley to give him two days to get'' said in his! article a few weeks I.. ..
the things done, so by the tuneyyi ago . .and maybe this will help ". -. itmow'

read this, ..hey should be aa: ;n getting a park and a pcol in So .
I r > .
Iii ,
down. the Liberty City area. Y;' :
t"1" bat i fs oft 10 "Mayor" I
AT LONG LAST the Booker
KVey- for a Job well done. Iivtuld f
Ter.ace Mote has A manager
also like to ask you to {
. sane moxie. That means a
n.te the survey lines that are man iAho can anJ will get thingsdone. IRETA CROSBYMs. l
r'm' 62nd street between
.n on
The new manager is from
15th ave. and 12th ave. They are Chicago and his wife has taken I : Ireta Crosby and Harkness

trying to determine where alight .ver the restaurant. I underStand Butler invite you to .be present
for the
should bz placed
that they have a menu 8 p.m., April 28, at 3145 NW ,\
protection cf our children and COLOR pY OE LUX;:
the carries everything from soupto 50th 51.The .
adults whom we mentioned last nuts and lobster. They are (JNQM'I.SCOPB

week When we had our poll last open every night and day except purpose cf this meeting is

year for ten leaders, our select- Monday, 24 hours a day on Sat- to organize and bring togetherall 1 i 1
eJ leaders didn't raise a fingerto
ana Sunday. So welcome who lay the organ.
uruay we persons );
help cur eople for themselves. they were. I to Miami Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mr R. Lee of the Mogan Or- SUN., MON., TUES., WED.
too busy damn
Clark. May' success be yours. !igan Cc. will serve as moderatorfor
now ae have One Man that is
the occasion..For further information {
useful that tencouldn't
doing things
I Speaking of food: I .had the : call NE 4-9901.
: and wouldn't dc. Thoseof
p.easure of paying a visit to the
you who voted for Charles' Plantation Supper Club in West I THE SWING, SHOCKING,TmI STORY OF BARBARA GRAHAM
be of the job
Hadley can proud: arid
Dorsey High
Pam Beach last Sunday and it
he is doing, and be proud that was nice to see Mrs. Stokes t -WHOSE MURDER TRIAL ROCKED THE WORLD!
you did a wise thing. Northwestern
I sgam. With me was William Har- ,
ris and when he finished his dinner Alumni Meeting
he said, "man, that was the
other friends of. the Cohen family I I
'greatest t.o bad we don't have AH 1949 graduates and all
extend their deepest sympa- j'ac'us.tes' of Dorsey and NcrthPC -
a place like that in Miami. So ;
thy in the joss cf their husbandand I I lif you are ever in West Palm 'r- orE to meet at the homtof '
: father, Bishop A. M. Cohen
Ebcnezer "Scrooge" Edwards,
Beach the Plantation. i
lie will be m.ssed by hundredsof May 3 at 8 p.m., 15635 NW 157thSt. &

knew people him over as a wonderful the state man who, I LINDSAY'S COTTON' Club In Road, Opa Locka on Sunday, You will see and hear it aD...the wild gang parties...the wail of the
: Riviera Plea be cn time! and bring I
Beach is
and one finest ; of men..the saddened nights..the jails!
a gad friends to all who someone: with you.Refreshments ? Jazz horns..the parade
needed clubs I've seen in a Ion.; time.
friendship. I' Starling' Monday night and every will be served. 1 I'

Monday night thereafter the 9- -"yBUNCHJ
27,EDDIE played JOE Doc SIMPKINS Holiday ,at ago the\ fo.ks u, therewill be able to see uIi

t 535 Club last Sunday night. He and hear Davey, "Come on And : .
Love I.
Me" Jones; 'WIs
paLed his iun and sprayed the plus Bobby [- "1

\ joint with bullets. It was like a ,I "CaU Me Darling" Marshall, and THhATRE OPA LOCUM
as an added attraction .
King I
real \\estern.
Everybody ran Tf NA 17322:
d-cked under the tables, and i! Coleman of WMBM. If you've got

\vnere, else there 'was .:ace. nothing to do, go on up and enjoy - Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed.
I a dance and amateur show.
However, he was apprehended by
Off.cers Rogers, Coiner and Far- Well up to this point . Live "THE BONNIE A T. v*JBP BW

rington. Judge Jchn Johnson gave"Doc" I life Peace., every golden minute of it. PARKER STORY"Plus

Eimpkins a sentence of I
110 days in the pokey and a fine &
01 $275. P.S. no one was hurt. .Have, You Had Your Charles Bronson In .

I Annual Chest "Machine Gun Kelly" s .
PRETTY GIRL of the Week: "

Joel I Williams ((4 year. old) I X-Ray? fI-1-, ,...,.._, "",, _ ... '\ ,1
daughter.. of Mr.. and Mrs. Joe ....!M>il....>tin rt.IMitil fit..*Ur
,Williams Policeman of the The free chest Xrays'ttl be s...i-It rcnsat LIDO NG..tnt IIANKIWI2 aww ItI tRt WISE

1 Week: Hojets, Collier and Far. offered Monday through Friday I r..ykWMER WANWh IC..tI1UIGTtDII. 5I J
from'a.m. to noon and from 3 CAPITOLTHEATRE -
rington . Teacher of the Week: .
J to 7
M rl. Gwendolyn Barnette.
Monday the unit will be at j ONLY HECOULD
; 420 NW 10th st. STOP I
PARENTS, please tell
Tuesday X-rays will ST. MIDNITE I
be madeat
children to stay away from that THE BABY-IACE
NW 10th
i"death ho.e" on 54th street and 4h: aves st. between 3rd and Sun.. Mon., Tues., Wed KILLER FED MacMURRAYrr

.23rd ave. (That is where Jerry Wednesday April 26 27 28 29 .. ,
Smith dro"ned last week.) I morning the unit HAYES
will be
at the Lynn Park
Hotel "WARLOCK"with
went to this rock pit, !In the 27 NE 4th st. and '
middle: of Miami and saw alUga- Wednesday Richard Widmark
afternoon it will be at NW
Urs lying en the banks. This is court and 10th st. Plus
a damn shame. 1959 . in the
The mobile unit will be stat- "Tarawa Beachhead'4' "
I middle! of a city and a neighbor- ioned at the Ritz Theatre, 2nd GooDDAYl"aaA: ,

hood of children. Alligators. I ___ .. .
I ave., Thursday and Friday. n- 1. .--...,'

Cnildren don't know better and ..:.. <.."<\,::.." ,., _) .
with -- -- ----- "tam rulaihlar
.even a warning, It is still tlumwrota _
1lttas.a.t nmucttotl a ;
possible that a child does not '
Your Vote is Needed ------
understand the seriousness of the RITZTHEATRE I

situation, and can lose his life.
Everybody should call the Con to fight the forces that seekto
servation Office and demand that START THURSDAY
keep you a Second Class
the gatcrs be moved and that
this place be .fenced off or filledin. Citizen. NOW PLAYING"IMITATION '. ally' ""''I
If you don't get any action THESE1 DaAsteo 1
,from the Conservation Board, Register Today! 1

caj W. O. Campbell. Mayor High,
Commissioner. Otis Shiver, Ben 116 W. Flagler St.
OF LIFE"In i'iii"ii'MONS 1I
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper1'


h SHOT IN BRAIN, near and authorities are in-


a = TALKS Your Vote is Neededto

I COLUMBUS Ga. Doctors fight the forces that seek
here said last week 2-year-old
girl with a .22 bullet in her brainis to keep you a Second Class
j !: i l conscious, eating and talking.
They said "if she keeps progressing -
t,, I i we may leave it on for there '
I 't of her life." Register Today!

The child was shot at her home 116 W. Flagler St.
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Pictured above YWCA , 111111
Murrell Branch ty' members and hostesses ,for the

Annual Tea held April 19.
Seated I to r: Mrs. Evelyn H. a.

Week Obserued Thomas, past branch chairman;
Mrs.. Cleveland Sampson, chair.

man finance committee; Mrs. Al.
''Residents cf Miami were Invit- ,
ed by the Young Women's Chris- bertha Carey, religious education
tian Association to "look ahead Royal_ Twenty Club chairman and representative fromBeautician's

I ganization's with the YWCA"observance during the of Na-tr- At Denard's Home Ing: Mrs. A. Louise Unit No.7 B'Taylor: Stand., executlve 4 4I

director Beautician's Unit
tional YWCA Week which start-
ed April 25 The Royal Twenty Club had Its No.7 representative; Marie D.
regular somt- Special events planned for pub- the home of Mrs. Roosevelt De- Williams and Billie Chavlt, finance .
lic participation Included: Sun- nard on Frewave.., Coconut committee; M ra. Louise
day's church recognition bulle- Grove. Boole and representative from the I
tins plus 'the afternoon's annualtea Mrs. Carlee Daniels, business Leach Club and Miss Enid Curtis,
(garden social) sponsored by manager reluctantly resigned Young Adult Program director. _;sac
the finance committee under the I' her post because of illness --.- .- -,-
chalrmanshi of Mrs. Cleveland
Sampson who (graciously hostessed Mrs. Roberta Jessie, mother of were discussed at this meeting
the affair Our many thanksto the club, has left the city to and several proposal for future Irr Fine Whiskey. . '
friends and the various clubs tend her grand lodge meeting at-I. projects were listed. These will
who assisted and participated for West Palm Beach. be announced at a later date.
the successful launching of the Mrs. Myrtle Davis, past I FLEISCHMANN'S :
week's grogram Beauticians Unit dent cf the Florida preSI-j Mrs. Ethel Peavy, club report-
Federated clubs, .' erextended words of appreciation -
7, the Phyllis Whea'lley' Art and
evening's fun at the to the hostess for her lavish BIG
Social Club, Alpha Chi Pi Omega is the buy !
fraternity made special contribu- dance; she MC'ed. the intermission post meeting entertainment.
tions with additional promises activities. Mrs. Ada. Belle' Dunn, Pros )
from Cwest, Phi Delta Kapp, Civic and educational topics Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter' M

Zeta Phi Beta, ,Leach and Friend- - -- -
ship Garden Club' and Neonatas 90 PROOF is why .

To the delightful surprise of all i .. :
concerned, Mrs. May Dell Bray- I tj /
contributed full Life
non a Membership . +
: ,
tp the Association. ,r'St 1 r i NEW YORK OITY
t .c ,
CXher: highlights of the week Included "' "; -.
: Membership dedication
meeting, Monday; Teenage library .' ,1 '
) .
program, Wednesday with f ,. 1"" r __ DRIVER'S LICENSE !
Adult members of NeighborhoodCircles ,. __
in Opa Locka, Liberty ., ". ____ e
City and BrownsvlUe enjoying f: :;.' .. ri I ,_ BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE

v their beach outing. .a
I I .
: .
The B and P Club will close
,the observance with its parade of ".,q.f" CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
fashions, Sunday, Airil 26, 4 .. .
,' President Gloria Braynon's FR 4.7756
home, 1160 NW 55th terr. Hostes
1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
sing the week's affairs, along
'with Mrs. Sampson, were como -
mlt ee and board members: Mrs.

,May Fester, Evelyn H. Thorns, f
Billie Chavis, Leila Williams, M 11p,},
EUzabeth Espy Johnson, Miss
Helen M. Dorsett and facilities Lovely Homes For SaleIn
of Dorsey Memorial Branch library r
; Mrs. Bertha Perry and

.Mrs., Jack Monroe. I'w N.W. 55th Street Area

Kelly's Chapel

.Million Dollar LOW: DOWN PAYMENTS

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public Is invited to comet Only One Mortgage
the annual Million Dollar
:Wedding sponsored by the Meth-
od3st Ycnth Fellowship of f-Kelly's-. f -- .-
.Chapel M .t.hodW"ChurCh. The
program will be presented on The lovely home of Soror Min Carmetta C. Brown, Juliet Porter
Wednesday night, April J29 at 8 ale C. James of Goulds, was the Loren M. Gay Claudia T. THIRD AVENUE REALTY
pnu at 7105 NW 15th ave. I scene of the recent Alpha Gamma Jasper Areba T. DeVeaux, Peggy
Many outstanding artists of the Cho Sorority Jewel Ceremony.The Brlngler, Doris C. Martin, Do. 742 N.W. '3rd Ave. < FR 4- 297
city will appear on program, fea- ceremony terminated the 'lores R. Bankston, Gloria M. ...
turin,-'Baldwin Hepburn a* wed- 'period of probation of the new Clark' Vivian Harris/ Veronica Home Phones I NE '4-0394
members pictured: Soror Mildred
ding soloist. O'Berry, Catherine L. Green, Janet .
Children'under Deveaux, Qoror Beverly Grant
Donation 50 cents.
12 25 cents. and Soror Minnie C. James. E. Brown,, Helen' Wiley, Lou- S. HUTCHESON, Jr.

We sincerely hope the public After the beautiful candle light ella Thompson and Juanlta' Price
will support us with this worthy service,. a delicious/ dinner, prepared Thompson. REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
by the new sorors, was
I I| Sorer Peggy Brlngler' 'Is baslleusof
cause.Elizabeth served. |
Bank president ,
..M, Rev: Leroy Dell,.pUtor .' Soror ,In, attendance .werei the locaftcbaptir./; '+ I



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New Bethel In I IWomen's Business With God."
. One of the most celebrated oc-
J .- ca icns of the year will be observed -
..DayCelebration .. Sunday, Aptfl 26 when
I' our Women's Day Program will
climax in a whole day .session
with all women dressed in white.
i !r.:'; The speaker) in the morningwill
be Mr k. B. P. Waldron, a
i to' C&tt schocl teacher from West Palm
I. .'s Beach.

me f The speaker for the night session -
: will be Mrs. C. B. Miller,
s who is a member of the New

I Bethel Baptist Church- in Hlaleah.
I d There will be dinners served in
-" -- Y
r the church's dining room., The

!I THE MIAMI TIMES-"!'he Peoples' Newspaper" 1626 NW 5th Ave .public is invited.
I Rev. Daniel Pridgen; pastor 4tev. W. K. Smith is pastor and

I PAGE 10 S ATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1959 )undhy School............... 9:45: ajn Mrs. R. Conley, clerk

; Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m! ;Nor*hilD ............ 7:30: p.m. NEW BETHEL BAPTISTRev.

+i CORINTH BAPTIST Rev. Burney to NEW MT. CALVARY Ernest Williams, pastor

1450 N.\V. 69th St. 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace

Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor Deliver Men's Day Rev. W P. Tarpley, pastor M, 'R Mrs. Hazel Levan, reporterOn
Phone NE 5-1618 Edna E Thompson reporter
April 26 the ush-
I Services every Sunday Sermon at St. Paul Sunday School was opened at er board will hold its anniver-
Sunday School........... 9:30 a.m.
Morning Service ..........., 11 a.m. I ... ,....., the usual hour by the suiperin- sary program at 3 p-m. The president -
Evening Service ........ 7:30 p.m. 'I / tendent. A large crowd iwias pres- Sister Catherine Bain is
i ent. We were glad to have Sister extending. an cpen invitation to
BAPTIST Gallon with us during the day. MRS. C. B. MILLER the public. Please come out and
MT. TABOR The morning message. was delivered . Evening Speaker enjoy the evening with us.

Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter by Bro. Martin, "Come
Sunday morning's message told IHid' well do know the
NOTE: Visitors are always wel. and see Greater Things." We enjoyed you
of a sure guide for daily living story about the little Shepherd
soul touching sermon.
come. Order of Service a as the ipastor' delivered the message Boy, David Do you know the

Sunday School........................ 9:36 The evening by the pastor message, "Give was delivered me- on the subject, "God is Light secret of David's success? Whynot
And in Him There is no Darkness come out on Sunday morn-
Morning worship: 11:00 "0 that he had
Wimgs. Text All" The revealed
BTU ........................................ 5:30 wings like a dcve. Prayer was at that individual message who has God ing during' our Sunday School
Evening worship .................... 7:30 offered by Rev. Brown. an classes and discuss with us The
Y 4 r in his life is never lost from Rise cl. David, And The Secretof
Usher board No. 2 and senior truth, wisdom, and hope as longas David's Success.
THE INCARNATION choir rendered services for the e is dependent on the lightof

1835 N.W. 54th Street day God tc direct him a Ion 5 The women are making a won-

Fr E. S. Clarke Jr., vi ar these courses. derful start toward' theWoman's
Susan Butler, reporter TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince The pastor's evening .message Day ,program
explained how loyalty to God in If any of you lack wisdpm,
Sundays: H. Mobley, pastor times of trouble awarding as Let him ask Gcd . .
Church School and Sis. C. McKinney, reporter he spoke on the subject, "Stay in I And it shall be given him.

Adult Bible Class .... 9:30 a.m. "Saul's Traffic Failure.: was
-- - - -- - -- ig.i.i.i
Solemn:: Sung Mass and Ie subject T the School of Wising -
Sermon .................... 11:00 a.m.E. found I Samuel 15:22: I'
Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. 'Was
Solemn Evensong and dom on Sunday past. The mem- PIANO SICK ?
and devctional read-
Sermon ......... ............. 7:30: p.m. REV, C, J. GURNEY I ory The closing verse remarks on the lesson p

Tuesday: I . Speaker was given by Prince Mobley
St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild SEE WM. FINDER Sr. I

Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. Our YPE band is progressing
wonderfully and the youths are A
LOW Mass .....,.............. 6.30: am really excited about the content
Evensong and Meeting of that is naff in progress. The AND ORGAN SERVICES N

Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m youth who bring in the Largest
\ amount of each Sunday 1935
Thursday: money N.W. 153rd St.
t The Choir of St. Michael's will get an all-expense paid trip SERVICE
I And All Angels to the State Schcol of Wisdom MU 8-3770

\ Rehearsal: .................... 5:30 p.m. convention that will convene in
It Friday: August. The children are really
i working hard to iget that trip.

I!I bl.Rehearsal Cecelia's....Choir............. 8:00: pm rwI The subject of the lesson was .,. ,...- .J .'10" .4
I Stations of the Cross Self-deception," St. Luke 18:
NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Masi > 9-14. Get of the Come and
out rut
High Mass and Benediction. ol The Lcrd is blessing so muchin see
the Blessed Sacrament on All [ Opa Locka, souls are still be-
Feast Days.Weekends. ing saved and the Lord has call-
: Low mass on all ed Bro. James Smith, one of our Bishop HunterWHO
holy and Saints' Days new members to preach the gos- _
Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on pel. Our: ;astor delivered a beau-
all Feast Days.BETHANY. tiful sermon on Sunday night.
I r
4 His text was "Why Call Me IS WELL

BAPTIST Lord, Lord And do not The
Things I Say." St. Luke 6:46: and KNOWN AS
3078 NW. 45th 3t.
James 4&GRACE:
Rev. Keaton _. PROF. HUNTERFor
': Rudy pastor --- --- --
Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m.
Morning Service ............ 11 a.m. , ChairmanThe the past 33 t
BTU ................................ 5.-80 pjn Rev. James E. Culmer, pastor years
Evening Service ............ 7:30: pjn general chairman and all Eddie Edwards, clerk
Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.. of the men of St. Paul AME Sunday School................ 9:30: a.m If you are sick and

Church are anticipating a great Morning worship .... ........ 11:0 worried or in trouble
I MT. ZION A. M. E. day comes Sunday, April 26 Westminster Fellowship .... 6 p.m '
which will be the 14th annual this is the place to
22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. Men's Day A cordial ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
program. come. Don't stay in the r ,
i Opa Locka
invitation is extended to the gen-
Rev. C, J. Jenkins, pastor eral public to come out and en- N.W 4th Ave. and 16th Ten rut. Push back the veil f ..

Sunday School ................ 0:30: a.m. Joy an ehaborate program we Phone FR 9-1424 of the lack of under '
Morning worship ............ 11 am have lined up for each and MASSES '
League ................................ 5 pm one who attend. every- Daily .......................M......... 8 standing and bad luck
Evening worship ................ 7 p.m. Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: am seem to hold you l''
The Rev. C. J. Burney, pastorof tin
': FIRST UNITARIAN Friendship Missionary Baptist NEW HOPE BAPTIST your track and advance
Church will deliver the Men's ' '
Rer. James E. forward by the
Drown _
o, "Meaning in 'Existence" will be 'Day sermon. Rev. Burney is first pastor _
the sermon topic of the Rev. vice moderator of Seaboard Bap Bro. Vandell Dovan, reporter help of God.

Glenn O. Canfield minister of the list Association, a member of the
The Rev. W. C. Edoar, Incumbent -
Your home
and every day life can be made happy.He .
First Unitarian Church, Dixie Miami Ministerial Alliance and pastor of the Mt. Morlah
Highway at SW 29th Road on Baptist Council, member of the Baptist Church of Perrine is now will show you to bypass your enemies and get the

Sunday/ April 26, 11 a.m State Baptist Educational Board, in the process of conducting the things that God put in the world for you. Let the

'Following the service the Unitarian National Baptist Convention revival services in our church for peace of God fill your aoul, mind and body 'then the
\' Church School Obituary Committee, assistant two weeks 'beginning on last power that is in you will be awaken and you will be
sponsors clerk of the J, T. Brown Theological
will hold a luncheon-meeting. Seminary of Florida. Sunday and terminating on Fri- in a higher state of mind and spirit.
t the
day night before first Sun-
The program will Include a film
'en the life of Gandhi.On I Rufus F. Woolen is general day. He began the services on Listen: to Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your
last Monday night /with a great
Friday, May 1, 8:15P.m/ I c&virman as co-chairman.with Rev.Samuel J. D.Stafford Wash- soul stirrinj message title "T b e dial every morning at 6:59 from Monday through

,,Community Group No. 1 willmeet ington is pastor.TRINITY Day Uzziah Died I Say The Friday and on Sunday at 6:45 a.m. you are invitedto
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lord." The way the message was listen to the Radio Ministry of Bishop Hunter of

George Davidson 374 NE 96th WESLEYANRev. delivered by this great man of the Spiritual Temple of Zion Church located at 5417

St., Miami Shores, for a discussion Gcd is long to be remembered In Southwest 17th St., Hollywood Fla. Donation will
of the George Bernard Shaw George E. Johnson, pastor the hearts and minds of every- be accepted for the ,
play, "Major Barbara." T hat Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter one who was present. of this broadcast.

same evening at 7, o'clock, Community Sunday School................... 9 aon Our .pastor is asking the entire
Group No. 8 will have a Horning worship .................... 11:0 membership to come out to the Prof. Hunter's office is open daily from 10 a.m.
.; covered dish supper at the home Young People's Meeting 5 p.m services and try to at least bringa to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and con

A. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen, sinner with you. Services on sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof licensed
SW 66th St. Their discus- ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU Sunday will be as usual begin- by the State and County as a Reader.

rf iw1l1 include three reports on ..........................._... 5:30 p.m ning with Sunday School at 9:30:
ty in the Legislature. Evening Worship ............ 7:30: p.m ajn. followed by our regular One mile east of 7th Ave. on Highway 441 Old
morning service at 11 o'clock and
Visitors always welcome Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remem-
School ... ...... 9:30 am evening service at 6:30 pm. The
Sunday ber the address 5417
\ pastor will be in charge of the S.W. 17th St. West Hollywood
Morning Worship ........ 11:00 ajn ,
Don Fret Fight Florida.
323 N.W. 14th St throughout the day assisted

Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor by choir No. two and the ,r, _
Join T! AACP Sunday Services Junior usher board. I '" ,--'

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Baptists Close 80th'

organ recital sponsored by SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1959 PAGE 11
the church and given by CharlesF
Weir on Sunday evening was
Annual SessionThe ---
I quite a success. The artist gavea
igcod account of himself on the MT. HERMON A.. M. E. short but interesting program.
console of the Hammond organ, Sunday night the devotional
80th annual - I
session of the '---
'--- Rev. Samuel Gay, pastor
service conducted by Deacon
General and the large and appreciative was
den of Florida Baptist-, Inc.State, convened Conven- SALTER'S CHAPEL I audience ;gave generous applause. Opa LockaPublicity Johnson. The music for the night

with the Bethel Baptist Church, Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor i Commendation is. due Deacon A Committee was furnished by the No. 2 choir

Tallahassee, April 7-12. The Rev Ruth Twlggs, reporter I J, hlanna arid all who helped to Services at The Biggest Little which sang wonderfully
K. Steele host make the occasion successful. Church usual last Sunday
C. pastor and his were as -
colleagues, did a fine job in accommodating Friday Elder night W. B., April Coffey 17,held Presiding his- The Pulpit Aid Board, Mrs. M. Two well delivered sermons EBENEZER METHODIST
.the large delega- second E. Stevens, president, -will have were heard. The pastor gave the
gatlon. quarterly conference its anniversary Sundayat morning message preaching from Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor
which program
was very inspiring with the 119 Psalm. Rev. A. Smith Ernestine L. Hambrick reporter
President J. A. F. Finlayson, in all boards and clubs making their 3pm.! The public is invited. 'brought the very inspiring even-
his princely manner, presidedover written and financial report. i Sunday is Youth Day at
Funeral services for the late lr>j message, "The Glory of God
the sessions' of the parent- Sunday, April 19 at 11 am. the Bro. Dan Rolle will be Saturday Revealed Isaiah of Himself." Ebenezer Let's.all. oomo out and to
body. He was ably assisted by morning message, was deliveredby 1 pm. Te body will lie in repose enjoy a day of service with our
Vice President A. B< Coleman, the presiding elder. At 3 pan. Friday night 10:30: until funeral This coming Sunday is destined young people.
A. C. Burns and J. E. McCrary choir No. 1 was host to the time. to be the biggest day yet in The Wesleyan Service Guild
President Susie C. Holly presidedover Brownsville United Choir Union. the history of Mt. Hermon. will have charge of class meeting

the Woman's Conventionwith At 7 p.m. the message. was delivered ; S'1 JAMES A.M.E. Members remember the sick i on Tuesday night.
her usual dignity. by the Rev. Jackson of : and shut-ins hi your prayers. Youth Fellowship is held each
Marathon which was enjoyed .by Rev. H, McNeal Harris, pastor Visitors are always welcome Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock
One of the highlights> of the all.In Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter I at the church. Parents are urgedto
meeting was the visit of Dr. I an after service the personnel I Ml. CALVARY BAPTIST send their children to these
Joseph H. Jackson, president of cf, the Atlanta Life Insurance' I Under the leadership of our esteemed meetings. They help in the upbringing -
the National Baptist Conventoin Co. presented the Heaven Bound pastor, St. James is tak- Rev. E. M Thomas, pastor of your children.
of America, Inc., and pastor of play in behalf of Mrs. GeorgiaLee ing her rightful place in the com- Phyllis Myers, reporter Our sick and stout-Ins are. Sisters -
Olivette Baptist Church, Chicago. Jones Club.BAHA'l munhy and in Kingdom building. Francis Turner, Jackson hospital -
"Blessed the that
He addressed a mammoth mass On last. Sunday the pastor are people
know the joyful sound, they shall ; Carrie Wright, Jackson
meeting on Friday afternoon at preached two wonderful sermons
the audi'torium of Florida A and ASSEMBLY and two persons were received walk, 0 Lord in the light of Thy hospital; Amy Carswell, 15955 E.
Bunche Park Drive Locka
M Mrs. Nina
University. Matthlesen members.
pioneei as
Francis 314-A NW 14th
teacher cf the Baha'i World Faith We began our day with the Hyler,
A committee was appointed to in Nassau, Bahamas since 1954 At 4 pin the baby contest and Sunday School which !began at the St., Creda Parker, 418 NW 8th st.
confer with Gov. Collins on mat- internationally known throughoutthe Tom Thumlb Wedding was held usual hour. The lesson was reviewed Melvina Davis, 15821 NW 18thct
ters affecting the welfare of the .Baha'i world as a lecturer under the direction of Mrs. Esther by Sis. Gray Opa Locka; Juanita Hanberry.
Negro in the current session of both from the platform and over Scott, and from this effort At 11 ajm. the devotional service 3170 NW 48th st.
the State Legislature. This group the radio and TV, will speak at more than $400 was realized was conducted by Bro* Florence.
was accorded a cordial receptionat the Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th Baby Jeffrey Roddy took first The music was furnished by the
State Capitol, and presented a ave., 7:45 pjni. Sunday, April 26. place by reporting $25.57; and No. 1 choir. The morning mes- Don't Fret Fight!
resolution that was adopted by Her subject will be "Individual baby Carolyn Green took second sage was delivered by our pastor. I
The resolution stated, in part: All races and faiths are. invited place winner in the Tom Thumb Bro. Mann in change, We had a

"We do not' support efforts by contest was llttel Charlyno i
elected officials and members of SPEAKER AT '! Mackey, reporting $75.75; second
the State Legislature to create a place was won 'by little Sandra I OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
"situation in our state whereby I Coverson reporting $72. The first
unscrupulous persons, without NEW MT. MORIAH i I place for the boys In contest was I SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
regard for law and order, may won by Rawn Williams, reporting
interpret the actions of the State WOMEN'S DAY I $23.25; second place, Lang PSYCHIC READERLet
Legislature as sanctioning their Cook, reporting $20. The other
unlawful efforts to thwart' the effort contestants report
of 700,000 or more Negroesin El&ada Thomas $64.25; Elllnor
this state to obtain all rights Abrams $61.50; Charlyce Woods 1roff ,
and privileges granted to every $26.65; JoAnn Reid $10; Larry
American citizen irrespective of / Douglas $5.50; James McCoy >;
race, creed or national origin." $315; Desyree Kelly $38,20; Ralph

The resolution closed with the k V. White Jr., $13.75; Donna M.

following: "We urge that all laws Miller $16.
passed in this ,state during the The pastor, Officers and mem-
present session of the Florida bers wish to thank all parents
.1 and persons who in any way contributed -
State' Legislature, be in keeping
with the decisions of the U S. to the success of this: rFaR '

Supreme Court and the Consti- contest.On .
( services will
tution of the United States. We Sunday beginin
urge that all forms of racial discrimination the usual way.

based upon legisla-
tion be eliminated from the + CONGREGATIONALRev.

statutes of the State and that hlil Charles Wilks, pastor
only those laws which will benefit A E. McNeal, reporterDr my yours of Experience' guide and protect yon through
all of the people, without n 1 Life as a Lighthouse guides the hlp In a storm
prejudice and without malice to Herman Long, race rela-
any, be passed." I tions instructor of Fisk Univer- WIIICN OTHEIW FAIL YOU 8ICIO MO

sity was great Sunday. He told For Success in Business. And Love
Another resolution lauded the the worshippers quite a bit about
work of the NAACP, recommended the history of the Congregational CONSULT HER -
the continued financial and Church and the Home Mission
You have home happy
moral suport of the convention, MRS. IDA RATCLIFFE 0 can now your
Board of which he is attendingIts
Get and Hold the position so long wanted
and the appointment of a com- national meeting in Miami 0 you
mittee from each church to work.n The fifth annual Women's Day Beach. Don't Stay in the rut, get out now .

the Golden Anniversary Membership wilt be observed Church at New April Mt.26. Mr .and Mrs. S. Hutcheson. By the help of God she can help you
Moriah Baptist
Campaign to increase the Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Wright and
Florida membership of the association Mrs. Ida Ratcllffe, principal School ol J. 0 Brown were delegates from Remove evil influence if you are sick, worried or in
Senior High
by 10,000 this year. Northwestern the church to a dinner meetingat trouble
will be our morning speaker. the Community Church, Miami It will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First

A splendid atmosphere of 'Mrs MaUie Hunter, a teacherat Beach. and advice too can
the Where thousand come yearly. for help you
Christian prevailed throughout Douglas Elementary School We were favored with music
meeting. Great sermons were will ,be our evening speaker. by the Chordettes under the direction be touched by this .strange mysterious power
preached, and the annual addresses of Mrs. Sadie Johnson, LIFE UNHAPPYThe
of the presidents were The theme for the day will be also the wonderful chorus of Dor- WHY GO THROUGH
strong and challenging. There "Women, Gcd's Helpers For Yesterday sey School under the efficient NIne God who delivered: Moses and the children of Israel

was decided increase in the contribution Today and Forver. direction of M, M. Johnson. of old is still alive today and will open a way for you through
to Florida N and I Me- The public is cordially invitedto Service Sunday at 11 a.m. the troubled sea of life. Let not him that Is blind lead yon or

. morial College. hear these dynamic speakers all friends are Invited. yon stumble with him.

All reelected.The existence of things because cannot see
officers were Do yon doubt the you
convention meets next ST. MARY'S W. M. MT. SINAI BAPTIST them?

year in West Palm] Beach. Sunday School began at 9:30: Rev S. A. Thomas, pastor What do yon think of the Invisible waves and sounds that
(Miami had a very large dele- D. B.. reporter
with Miss Marva Trotmanthe Radio and Television possible
gation, representing almost all of ajn. make Wireless, Telephone,
the Baptist( Churches in this area. superintendent in charge. Busy times were experiencedlast : A seed before It sprouts" ,.lies concealed, secret, silent _in the
the opening song, prayer
After at Mt. Sinai. The
womb of Nature TIIEIIE
and the dark earth or
The partial report up to Satur- was led by Mrs. Dawkins delegates to The State Congress:
day follows: The Parent body classes took their places with were In their places ready to POWER"
raised $11,263.21; the Women's their teachers. The lesson was reviewed make reports of the meeting Therefore, acquaint
Convention, $17,012.22; the Sun- by Mrs. M. Culmer Supt. L. E. Thomas presented who
self one yourIi'WI'
day School and BTU Convention, The Rev. H. V Stuart was In I the following: Pre*. L Moran, Mrs.
4568.21; State Mission, $)52.96; change of the 11 a.m. service. His Katie Youngtolood, the delegate authority. Whose ,
Laymen, $499.71. The total was theme was 'life is Risen as He from the Sunday School, Mrs. A. consultation will evolve you f

$33,896.31. Florida Normal Industrial Said" The sermon was very L. Blackshear, and Mri. E. Mack, to a higher state of mind. ;
Memorial College was touching and was enjoyed by all. also an instructor in the Women's s
given 1377741. The number of No. 1 choir furnished music with Dept. The delegate, Mrs. Young- All Information is
at the ,
McFord organ
churches enrolled was 407 and Mrs. G.
blood, gave a full report of her
the number of district associations and No. 2 juniors and senior attendance at the Congress. and I Strictly Confidential I

27.The. ushers served. must say it was real good.In .
Office Hours 0 A.m.-8 p.m.
The 7:30: devotion was led by spite of the rally ending, we ,
from Exodus Sundays 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.Don't ;;
the pastor. He preached
enjoyed a glorious service> SUn-
Best People 4:2, theme, "Serving" God day morning. The pastor wJ at Write-Call in Person ,,
Have.' Everyonewas
with What You t
Live at spiritually blessed No. 2 his best. DAILY IUMDINO '1.00 UP
A musical wu rendered .
furnished music with Mrs.U. .
Atlantic Manor choir i for the evening service.
at the organ and the EXPERIENCE
HJggs 20 YEARS
served. i The singing groups of the churchin
GardenApartments junior and senior ushers
Th public Is cordially invitedto a mass rendered the musical MADAM HUNTER
attend a sale given under the part of the service. Then the

and 42nd St. auspices of the Sunday School at greet rally report one among the
32nd 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miami
the Church Hall 1607 NW 5th best that }11. Sinai ban had In ,
Northwest Ct. Saturday. Please come and period of time. More than $4,000was
I raised.
L" LI help us.

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1959cAiiiE4pkv1oIuiis VELMA family 'of j:I DEATHS I . 'h I I'y M ,

wish to express Mattie Lee Whitehead died on
to the many I tuesday, April 21 while visiting
relatives and Richardson . !! at. 9055 SW 128th st. She is survived
: ; Madison and his 'by her )husband: John, a ..
hospitality, Amos Jaimelsqn.:) veteran, Cop .daughter,)' , four t sozas. find a, ,sister.
.'-' offerings extended land, Fla., died in the 'Veteran'sHospital Her !body will be shipped! ; '.to
,_nm.'tW.--woK.....,_.--........ -. hour of on April 13. The body Haiwkinsville, ':Ga:;for' final rites
was sent to Savannah, Ga. for ;
thanks to the Bain .
I IN MEMORIAM I IN MEMORIAMIn for its kindness final rites. I i iI MaF, ,belle Carter of 1319 NW

In sad but loving memory of loving memory of our beloved one and all. '60th st.,' apt. 6 died at Jackson
our dear husband and father, husband and father, Lee H Jones, I I\I Gordozia Thompson 2734 NW Memorial Hospital' on Wednesday -
FELIX ALBERT RAHIMINGS PHILIP JOHNSONwho Ora Lee Jones, 50th st, 'died at home AJdl 21< ', April 22. 'She is'survived by
who departed this life April 24, departed this life, April 17, Funeral services to be held from er parents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank
1945. i the chapel on Monday; April 27 Carter.: Funeral
1957.Gone but not forgotten. i Gene, but not forgotten. Mayhe CARD OF at 3 ipm. with burial in Lincoln are incomplete.
he rest in rest in peace and may light the Memorial. Mr. Thompson leavesto ,
May peace We, family
him mourn, one daughter, Mrs.
j The Family perpetual shine upon JOSEPH
Rosa Lee Johnson, wife Bell Sally, two sons, Edgar and Sugar Ray's Sister .
I' of South Miami
1 Thaddeus N. Johnson, son method of Jchn, a son-in-law, a niece. ,

Eartha J. Curry, daughter friends for their i ** I ;
CARD OF THANKS Clement Curry, soninlawErma Dies in NewYork'i .
I, Lee Johnson of sympathy in Range . t. : o"i:
The family of the late flowers, cards, { Mrs. Marie Smith Brewer ofNqy
HUDSON daughter-in-law Jerry Wayne Sm1th'f 3394 NW
SAMUEL TIM their donation of
wish to thank their many friends !Rosa Corithe Curry, We wish to 52nd st. was a victim of accidental York City sister ,of world'smiddleweight
and neighbors for cards, tele- grand daughter B. Garnon of the drowning on.-April 17. He wa! champicn y Sugar
grams, condolences and flowers, Thaddeus N. Johnson Jr., cdist Church of a student at the ,Dorsey Junior Ray Robinson, died last Sunday
grand son night, April 19 in a New York
their bereavement. Hds survivors Include
during delivering the High School. -
Especially do they thank the Philbert P. Johnson, grandson Mozell for her his parents Mr. and Mrs. hospital.

Rev. Hubert of Newman's AME and Bain's Funeral Charles Smith, seven brothers _Mrs. Brewer, oldest of three
Zion Church for consoling words, IN MEMORIAM untiring services. and sisters, and several other children, had been a Miami visitor
and the Francis Funeral Home of 1 May God relatives. Funeral services will be
In lovinj memory of our dear en two occasions. While in the
Miami and Johnson Funeral mother and sister richest blessings on conducted on Friday, April 24 at city she made her home at Mrs. .
Home of Key West. I ; individually 3:30: pm. at the Community Annette Love, 320 NW 15th, st. '
Jessie Hudson, wife Mrs. Ellie Church with .Rev. Wilson officiating. She was the favorite sister of the
And Family Friends Burial will be at Lincoln Memorial world's champion.

CARD OF Cemetery I The wife of, Clyde (Honey)
CARD OF THANKSThe Bisha> A. M. Cohen, well Brewer, the deceased lived with
family of the late, The' family of the knc.wn Miamian of 1931 NW 5th her husband at 408 W. 130th St., I
MOT1HER C. L. H. MOSLEY , of Richmond court died at' Jackson Memorial apt. 48.Funeral.
Hospital April 19. Bishop Cohen I I I services
gratefully acknowledges' and appreciates 'thank their were held
your kind expression of many served as pastor and overseer of .I Tuisday night at 8 o'clock at
sympathy in our hour of ,bereavement their To Eld the Church of God in Christ for )i! Salem Baptist Church
: Our sorrows were F the First Born a number of years. ,His survivors I Williams, pastor, officiating.Special .
made easier to bear knowing that God are his wife, Mamie, seven sons, rites by Eastern Star
you oared. Thanks you with all Bain's Living Funeral, thank Samuel, William, Amaziah, .Richard Lodge were held Wednesday ,
our hearts.CARD. 1 Tssac, Claude and Frank; Burial took ,place in Fairlawn
a. and thank efficient you, for three daughters, Christine Jack- cemetery Friday morning
son, Florence Bunyan and Ma Obituary for Mrs. Brewer was '
OF THANKSThe roe ;,k a..a Mr.Mother and Mrs. mie Cohen;. a sister and other read by Rev Ohilds. Noted entertainers -
Father relatives Services, will be con- Al Hibbler and Dinah
family of the lateANDREW I Irft ducted on Saturday, April 26 at Wasington sang solos on the pro
CARD OF tie" Church of God in Christat gram. ....
We, the family! 12 p.m. ,Burial will be in Lin- Surviving: are a husband, .-
MRS. LILLIE coln Memorial Cemetery, Clyde, parents Mr. and Mrs.
t,ya : I Walker (Leila) Smith; a brother,
: : / Who was called
: .
James Edward Dickens of 5177 Sugar Ray; a sister, Mrs. Evelyn'Nelson
1 ward on March 14 /
.a w .' ..:;!lf..4 NW 27th victim of
W- 't> 1 ave was a and other relatives.
to rest March 21,
MRS DORINDA( WHITE this method of 3CiCide ta1.drQ'Wning on. April 19. I
He is survived his mother
'A'ho departed this life April' 23, deepest aipreciati6n by I
Addie Dickens father i IN
1957, felt (gratefulness George, I MEMORIAM -
TI years have passed dear friends fr the Dickens, a brother and several
.:;ther relatives. His body ,was ) In sad but loving of
mother since God has called you tokens of sympathy memory
home to be with Him in heaven our hour of shipped to Chlpley' Fla. on April''' our dear husband and brother,
21 for final''rites..
around the snow white throne. for the cards, 1"I GRANT JACKSON '
We miss you, oh, we miss you. ral pieces which why departed this life April 22,
Nathaniel Hilliard of 1181' NW 1956. ,
How could we help but cry. Butif ous to mention here "
59th St., died in the Paravilla May he rest in
and light
we live as you lived, we will Our special thanks peace_
Convalescent: Home on Monday, j perpetual' shine
meet you\ by and by. I Brown and the upon him
Sadly missed by our children of Mt. Olivet ; April 20. He is_ survived by his .Mrs Catherine Jackson, wife
And Family Pallbearers; Mrs. wife, Lena, a daughter and a sis- Mrs. Ida Mae Hopkins, sister

and to the House
untiring service.
"1 IN, MEMORIAMIn all of you Your Watch Cleaned; Oiled,. Adjusted

sad but loving memory of .The Family Guaranteed ........................U$4.75
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roose-
-p ... velt Thurston, ,! IN TV's .....,.,................................. $10 Down .

GODDARD In sad but I Class ,Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios

popularly known as "$ig Pock," l our dear son,' Guaranteed Watches .... ,'from "
who passed away :"on Aprll| 3, and son,, !'
was laid to rest on April 11, -:, >\\,.. DAVID JEWELERS
wishes to express Jts thanks and I
appreciation to its many friends L'j MS8 N.W. 3rd'Ave.. FR 4.15nSOOTIN'S
and neighbors for cards, letters,'
f' telegrams, florals, cars and donations -
Special' thanks to Mrs.
Sarah Smalley for the use of her Tj::
hotel, Mrs. Mildred Delaware for TVFor
her wonderful assistance. To T _
Sears! Dept Store, Jackson Memorial Reconditioned TV's From $19.95

Insurance Hospital Co.; and and Independent to Mr. and For The Finest Service on All TV Makes & Models r

Mrs. Kaufman' my employers for Try us You'll Like us
their help to me, Richardscn' .
321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3.1589
Funeral Home, for its service t
rendered, the ,pastor Rev, P. E. More than 25 years of reliable service
Turner, for his encouraging remarks i
We 'pray God's blessing i if
upon each and everyone of you: f
Mrs* Abbie Goddard, wife \ I
I :" And Family ENROLL NOW IN


Polio ,Can.bePrevented, JOHN A. THURSTONwho ,
departed this life April 25, a Life Long Profession

'...'. in Moat 1955.
, Gone, but not forgotten May ELLIOTT Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School .
he rest in !peace and light per- F.
,Cases petual shine upon him. who departed this 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998
The 'Family 23, 1958.
\,Percentage-wise, .fewer Negroes Gone, but not
' .',of Dade,A County have been ade- he rest in peace
.quately Immunized against polio perpetual shine
than have been other 'groups J. A. B'URROWSTRANSFER Mrs. Oka_ '
Correspondingly, the number of Albert Morley Do you,own property in the Bahamasj
re ported cases of paralytic ,polio Audbry Morley, I

greater as well by as percentage.the death rate Is Mrs. Lillian Would you like to sell-or buy?

.'i This la a, responsibility for each For quick, dependable Mrs. Clementine I
parent See that your infant child Service WRITE TO .

receives all 4 shots Against polio. Phone OX ..- ........ I
These shots may be obtained free 1:9163

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II I Mt. ZionThe APRIL 25, 1959 PAGE 13

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Key West.Southernmost' City

I -- By FRANCES E CALMER -_..,-_....'': '''**. ,-..

I '-" ..-..... ..,....... .... .... ....... --.-.-....-.-.- ....
If everyone would light one Nassau, a son Jessaway Aranhaof
r I little candle, what a bright world Miami, a host of diner relativesand .
-:-)I = this ould be Then those of us friends
who are lonely and who know
DAY NURSERYScott's FOR RENTTwo despair could find
hope anew. Ushers Union at .
Hate would banish and there
Day Nursery, phone:
Day: PL 7-1907. Night: NE 45208Ages King Cole apartments would be love as. the Master look Mt. Zion Sunday

.4 months to 5 years. 57li ,- 6501 NW 12th Ave. into our hearts and Inxpart His All officers and members of

NW 9th ave: ,At Call HI 4.3673To those r perfect peace.SPECIAL the Junior and Senior Ushers

who Union arc urged, to be present at
Mother I will foiftyour chili 'want something better, PROGRAM SET
care our monthly program on Sunday,
while! you work. Age 1 month to where it is quiet and clean Friends and members of Cornish April 26 at 3 o'clock in the af-
four years. Reasonable., Phone at all times. Two block) Memorial AME Zion Churchare ternoon.

NE 44287., south of, Northwestern High cordially Invited to attend a The ,program will be contested
__ School 12th Ave. Woman's Day program Sunday between St. Luke Baptist: Junior
DAY CARE FOR CHILDREN on April 26 at 4 pan at the church. Usher Board and Mt. Zion Baptist
"(Reasonable rate. Fenced In This affair is being sponsoredby Senior Usher Board.

yard. 1484 NW 60th st. Phone Rev J W. Toomer will be Mrs. Flossie E. Sands. Sponsorship will be held at Mt.

O'<: 1-0306. Home For Sale the Men's Day speaker at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 301 NW
I Zion Baptist Church on Sunday Celebrating birthdays In the 9th st. Your cooperation is solicited -
CHILD CARE Beautiful brand new large 3 bed. April 26 at the 11 o'clock hour. month of April as follows: Miss with advance thanks to all.

Will care for your children room 2 full baths The Rev. Mr. Toomer is a native Audrey P. Saiwyer, Miss Sandra Rev. E. T. Graham, pastor
Free pickup and delivery. Phone Garage of South Carolina; a graduate Sands, Mrs. Yvonne Sawyer David Hudson, president .
NE 5-7998. Mrs Hadley M2 2 porches Walk.ln closet) cf Benedict College and the Mrs. Bernice Gallagher, Keith A. Tommie L. Ellison, reporter
Entry with large guest closet Stark-'s Theological Seminary lIe Pinder and Alle Finder.

WANTED e Extra large living, room Oak is presently the minister of the Mrs. Geraldine Mingo Lasters Message of Thanks

YOUNG COLLEGE MAN desires 'oors a 70x90 lot. First Baptist Church of Fort spent lasft week end In Miami- Mesdames Eunice E. Gibson

room with private family In Orchard . I Lauderdale with relatives and friends.Mr. and Camilla E. Bowman, niecesof
Villa section. Phone FR The evening program will feature -
6635 discussion Miss Creola Parker, Wish to
32236. N.W. 24th Ave. a by a panel well
and Mrs. McDuty
: express publicly their appreciation
who will! discuss the
I possibilities : -
pf West Palm Beach were in the to Rov. A. D. Hall, Ebenezer
OPPORTUNITIES for Negro I Onen Sun 3-5 or call JE 1-5973 of 'IHiow to Live to a
men city last week visiting her sister members and friends for fervent
Hundred. be
The music will
and women. You earn as you LN.......INN N...........................N. Mrs. Lottie Newfbold, who is ill prayers, cash donations, flowers,
learn. Phone FR 4-1561 for appointment. furnished by the Northwestern BI Monroe General (Hospital. cards and visits received by her
M2 High School chorus, and a special In the the
Own Your Home While city they were during her Illness. Your prayersare
headed by Arthur King.
-- I guests of Mr and Mrs. Alfred solicited She
Improves gradually -
CLERK-TYPTST, at least 50 The men's chorus of the church Whitehead, 709 Whitehead St. .
words per minute Phone EH Why Pay Rent? 'will sing in the morning.A .

4-1561. contest is being carried on Mrs. Lottie Ndwbold. a faithful I.. ,,.
Brand new 3 bedroom between the men of the churchin mumtoer of Bethel AME Church I
.a giant "ipe-v rally. The win- Gray Hair Wanted !
FOR SALE Just being built $1,000 : is a 'patient in Monroe General .
ner will be crowned "Mr. Mount Hospital Friends wish her a Man or Woman
:SOX 150 DEERFIELD BEACH .. Down Zion."
*t one 'mortgage speedy recovery. NOW YOU CAN LOOK
rn SE 2nd Ct EAst of SJ5. fat\ The program chairman is Mr.
TAr Terms. Call Miami FRank I Mrs. Hellman .1 FR 3.3178 O'connor Clark, who has spared Mrs. Emily Johnson is ill Sheis science's newest dl coverySCOTT'S
fin 7-4812 IndjOVE no pains to 'bring to the com- a ipatlcnt in Monroe General
J. Robinson, Broker munity on this Sunday an out- Hospital. POMADESay
FAMILY House or officeon standing program "Worship, fellowship goodbye to GRAY HAIR with
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valuable business lot. 1168 and education, are the ATTENTION READERS new pomade discovery. Apply
NW 62nd st. Indl , "**--i.-g. i kind of enrichments we have In Imply as you would your reg.
store for you, All are invited," Please have your dime ready ular halrdretslng.' Imparts naturallooking .
LOT 100x140 In New Liberty. Value Value said the chairman Just before when the paper boy delivers your color, leaves hair I
CIty Call NE 47200. press time.MARTIN. papers. Harold Bowe is your beautifully soft and lustrous.
1 Mortgage newsboy, so be kind and have Won't rub off, wash out. Non.
LOT 100 x 140, In New Liberty $85 Month MEMORIAL AME your thin dime ready for him. staining' non-greaty. Scott's Po.
City. $2,000.. Call NE 4-7200. made condition and grooms hair,
Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 baths, Richmond Heights The funeral of the late Samuel No other hair dressing needed.
BEAUTIFUL NEW 3bedroomCBK screened porch, completely furnished Rev. Albert Jones, pastor S. Hannibal' was largely attendedby Semd only' $2.00 (tax Included)

home for sale In New Liberty reduced for quick sale Eager minds were ready relatives ,and friends on last for full 1% o:, Results gu.r.n.teed. .
City. Call JE 1-0081, Mr. Only $11,500 total, catch this. and waiting young to receive this religious Sunday at Cornish Memorial Introductory offer for llm-
AME' Zion Church. Ited time. No C.O.D.Bi, pleat,
Goldberg 0 education offered by tho
Mr. Hannibal died Tuesday
teachers of our Sunday School. HAIRTONE OF MIAMI
FOR RENT Near 58th Street Subject of the lesson was, "Dis- Ifcppltal morning, April Coral 14 the Veterans Suite 8, 8163 NE 2nd Ave.
ctocdlcnce is Tragic. Class No. 7 Miami 38, Ffa.
Mr.n'PRN 2-bedroom apt., stove, $1,495 Down received the banner for havingthe Survivors Include a father and
$ mother, Mr and Mrs. Shadrack -.f
to"'f-t.'ratol' antf water, quiet i
iNeat and clean 2 bedroom 1 largest
Hannibal a son, Samuel of the
Inquire 844 NW 70th it. apt. '
I Our ipnstor: delivered his morn- '" "" / "'
bath screened porch, carporte, .
iricUPITRNTISHEID U. S. Air Force, three brothers;
I I "quipped with stove, 1 mortgage Inj message from the 40th Psalm Floyd and Howard of Key West

house. Call owner, I oayment. $85 month. Open 98. and choir No. 1 rendered music md Shadrack cf Miami; two sisters FOR SALE
for the day and usher board No.
: Mrs. Geneva Walton and
OX ,
1-45 14.
Gold Coast Realty 1 served. Mrs Mercedes Wlldgoose, three New 3-Bedroom
At five o'clock the Allen
NICELY FURNISHED weekly 4301 N W ?"rt Ave. Christian Endeavor League met aunts; four uncles, 2-Bath Home
rr>oms. tlO double; 8.50: single PL 12426Country
and Miss Katie Mae Gales was Adderley ,
Mae's Guest Douse, 2120 Wash- John died April 14 at Hardwood Floors Garage
ington St., Opa Locka. Phone appointed as the new vice presi 1145! pjm. at his residence, 910
MU 1-3619. A25 dent.At Emma St after a short illness. Large 70x90 Lot
Living 6 o'clock a motor pool Funeral services will be held Sat- 6635 N.W. 24th Ave.
Icumcyed from Martin Memorialto
APARTMENT. .We have a 2- urday morning April 25 at
bedroom apartment with stove : Greater Bethel where our pas from St; Peter's Episcopal Church Open Sunday 3 to 5 p.m.
fand refrigerator. Bus No. 24 City Convenience tor was guest speaker for the "with Father John' II. Reese officiating .

resses door, 2945 NW 46th st. evening.At at the Requiem Mass
FR 9-3576. 4 o'clock Sunday evening Burial will be In the family plotn '
Only brand
Act new
the Women's Auxiliary will pre- the City Cemetery .
EFFICIENCY APT, 1S70 NW CBS two-bedroom homes. sent the Southern Six in a musical The ,body will lie in repose at

55th terr., NE 5-0010. Separate dining room, tiled program. Come out and support the home on Friday evening from For Sale
this program. 6 I o'clock until the time of the
LEASE OR RENT, furnished .''with, jalousie windows, over- Don't forget class meeting on funeral The Allen Funeral Homes BY SUMMONS

roaming house. with very large itzed rooms. Biff, deep lots Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, and in charge of arrangements. SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIALFor
wife Lillian
also choir rehearsal Thursday Survivors are a ,
bedrooms in a very good loca- in exclusive S.W. neighbor- daughter Mrs. Nora Wilson, the Discriminating
night at 8 o'clock. a i ,
tion. Reasonable rent. Call FR 3 bedroom all CBS, 2 bathe and
3-3805 or NE 4-.:5705 after 430 hood of purely residential Florida Room, underground

and any time during the weekend character. Easy terms. Pay I I IVI'S sprinkling system, 'bullt.ln gar

GUEST HOUSE age, beautifully landecaped..
and 'your own
like rent own
REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMSBy cated near 9th av. and 55th et.
FURNISHED APT.. $12 per week. property. No balloon mort Day. or Week Shown by appointment. Full price

NE 59678. 1847 NW 55th terr. gage. Total price only Efficiency Privileges Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop. ment.$18,000, $2,600 first down pay

SMALL Furnished house for rent. $5,900. Phone Fred Allhoff Phone.t OX 1.5343 FR 9.9359 .

$15. week. 2391 NW 66th st CE 50833. 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue FOR SALE

Working Man's Special

ROOM. Nice room In private .. "" ..... _:>>5 3 bedroom frame home, 2135 NW
h" me. Single man preferred. 1424 70th at, $6,000 full price $495
NW 59th st OX 1-6786
. phone first down payment.


2 bedroom stucco home, 1794 NW
the best In Beach jobs see
Mrs. Mac. We are glacin cooks, Four bedroom. 2 baths 1 family 74th terr. $500 first down payment .

housekeepers, maids and child- home, 6312 NW I8th ave. Air $65 per month.
care women in year around positions eondJ tf on. $35.00 per week. 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME FOR THESE SPECIALS

-salaries to $50.00. CALL
t Hstesses, we are paying $2.00 eau : Or use your lot or equity (in present home at DAY OR NIGHTJ.

transportation on any live-In.. girl : .' down paymentOpen
we place. Come early In s jn. and for Inspection Saturday and Sunday 1.5

bring clothes. OR NIGHT'hones FOR SALE BY OWNER 4.2448 or HI 60173
* Hf .flt0173 or HI ,4-2448
A-R1IABLE EMPLOYMENT 1781 Grand Ave., Miami 33, Fla. .: # 5720 N.W. 21st Avenue 3781 Grand Avenue
r SERVICE Miami 33, Coconut Grove, Fla.
Miami Beach '_ -
432. .Zspanola. .Way, 5- _
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,. ,, In Harvard's Book of ChampionsThis
Hair Style Show Winners AnnouncedIn
I book contains the names of
.And Tea a Success ''Northwestern t all winners in Harvard Tourna- '

r Ceasor's University of Cosmetology Table TennisTournament ments held through, the nation.
sponsored Its first and successful -
musical style tea at JamesE. '
" Scott's auditorium, Sunday,
For Sale
April, 19 from 4 to 6 pan The 'Reginald Rhodrlquez of 1217
4 tea was' highlighted with solos, NW 65th street won /prized Har- BY SUMMONSDeluxe
readings and, 18 different. Styles, vard Gold Medals' in the men's
1.\\\ .,, i iI I modeled under three different singles championship In' the exciting air conditioned
headings, "Dadies In Style," Harvard Table Tennis I 2 BEDROOM CBS HOME
"Styles of Tomorrow" and Tournament Just concluded at Built-in
Innocenses," given and Northwestern Senior High School garage
modeled Tile bathHardwood
by the students. The The winner showed fine table floorsWoodburnlng
: ;*- many beautiful styles were of a tennis technIque! as he drove fireplace l
variety of colors. The program through six hard-fcught preliminary Beautifully landscaped
consisted of, participant studentsand matches before defeatinghis 4 feet chainlink fence
guest ,Both instructors of runner-up in a fast moving Location: 2912 NW 49th Street
Ceasor's University of Cosmetology match. Rhodriquez defeated
Full ,price $15,500 $2,500 first
Mrs. Wilhelmina] Starkeyand Geonie' Walker. for the championship down payment FHA terms
National Baslleus of Alpha to establish a $500,000 Endow. Mrs. Ada Williams assistedthe .
Kappa Alpha Sorority Dr. Mar ment for the Sorority's four Na. students alcng, with the pres- '" For This Special Call
Jorle H. Parker (I) hands check tional Projects The American ident and owner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Gray, local tourna-
for $38,000 to Wilhelmina B. Council on Human Rights --* Ceasor. ment director will present the J. A. SUMMONSDAY

Drake (r), director of Women's Scholarships Housing (chapter Mrs Lucille West served as Harvard Table Tennis Tournament OR NIGHT '
Activities for Special Markets, Houses and a National Head mistress of ceremonies and Abraham Gold Mentals and inscribed Phone HI 4.2448 or HI 00173
Inc. of New York's Wall Street Medical Meeks of Vogue Beauty Fair Tournament Award Certificate to 3781 Grand Ave., Miami 38, Fla.
Health and
area. Check Is for first Invest. I i,I' quarters) served as narrator for the styles. the winner at a special award
In Mutual Fund Research.ANP.THE presentation The name I
ment a Program Also appearing on program was ceremony.
j I of the winner in the local contest I II
one of Miami's most famed sty- I Join The NAACP .
has been permanently recorded
list, Mrs. Opal King, also of
MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Vogue's Beauty Fair -._' ._.--.-. ,. ..' -
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'S- 1!"' :Tr. .;' \ ); 1 7..IY'
The student body and staff
14 SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1959
wish to extend their gratitude to
e! "'
4" : For FREE Pick-up and
h the public and those (persons who
helped to make our'\ tea a success Delivery Service on


d following activities have y+, SERVICE

ryr been (planned at Dorsey Junior DRUG STORE
w High School for the remainder of
the school term: + + "Prescription Compounding

April 27, 8 pjm.-Oratorical. w ; Special l.ts"
A GOOD COLUMNIST disregards 8, 8 pjm.-Choral Concert wTh : Sundries Gifts
> his severest critic after May 15-Student GovernmentDay .
New Welfare + Patent Medicines
he has put his honest to goodness
opinion of current events into Services DirectoryOut June 1, /p.m.-9th/ Grade Play Greeting Cards
print. We don't think that thereis June 5, 4 pjn.-Promotional exercises -
a well read and noted writer I 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.

whose piece for digestion isn't SIDNEY T. COX 1
severely criticised and condemned A demand for more information Phone FRanklin 3-2932:
as idioic mumblings of a mo- on where and how to get Your Vote is Neededto Registered, Pharmacist
ron. Even Drew Pearson, Jack welfare, health .and youth ser- -
the forces that seekto
fight .
Bell, Jack Kofoed, Walter Win- vices in Dade County has resulted p _'
ohell have been called names unfit in the publication of a brand keep you a Second Class 11111' TI "T . I II
to :print because of their new "Community Resources Di-
4 opinions. But, yet, they have been rectory" by the Welfare Planning Citizen. I PLaza 9-6689 Hours: 10.1-5.8
extolled by others as ,great writ' Council and the United .
ers and some of the best thinkersof Fund. Register- Today- ..
the fourth estate. The directory includes not only 116 W. Flagler St.ASTHMATICS". ""M?
the 55 agencies of the United Fund
As a reader we disagreed vio but 154 other public and volun- -
lently with Jack Kofoed In a re- tary non-ipraflt organizations. It
f cent column. Jack' a noted sports is designed to aid the hundredscf Want simple, effective relief I
(writer, now a .feature' columnist local .citizens who play a from choking, racking bron
for the Miami Herald and a for- middleman role in helping the chlal asthma spasm? Get gentiine
mer citizen of the state of Brotherly .general public locate these ser- IlreatheAsy see what you
Love, stated that all menor vices. have been missing.. There's no ItEJ
( he inferred that) are not cre- The directory lists organizations substitute for original Breath :
ated equal some are born in alphabetical order and easy. inhalant and nebulizing set L ,
Idiots, lame and Just plain dolts. according to function. (Jet comfort by breathing. Guar
Some are born rich, some are From adoption services to youth anteed.J .
born poor If you had read his centers, the booklet describes the & J DRUG DEPT. STORE '
column you'd notice he harped services, eligibility requirements, 1
upon the word "born" not CREATED fees involved and the address and
phone number of each organization. -
Beautiful HomeOn
To us the word "born"" is to The clergy of every faith- and Large Lot
bring into life. Under our formof attorneys have always played a
government all those who are major' role in making referrals to Your lot can be a paymenton

born are created equal. The .};ersons seeking. welfare services, this 3-bedroom 2-
born-rich are treated the same as new
according to statistics at the
the born-genius. If either vio- I Council. baths
lates "the laws/ of society or the Single copies of the Community 1331 N.W. 56th St. General Practice Obstetrics
moral well being of the Constitu- Services Directory are available Open 3-5 p.m. Naturopathic Medicine Chiropractic
tion the same as poor-born.' at the Welfare Planning
Council, 305 NW First St. at a Baron JE 8.1340 1177 N.W. 62nd Street Miami, Florida
What this essay really started
dollar 1-
per copy. I I IT II II
out to be was to show the shyness ,
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of some columnists to express .
their opinions to the \public in fear'
of adverse criticism' and be taggeda STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY .

Several lunatic. years ago we had an Central life Insurance Co. TV REPAIRS

idea of how to save the livesof
many of our youngsters ((who

have drowned in rock pits, can- Your Friendly Company 9 a.m.: to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3
als and other unsafe watery
holes. Our idea was for the DRIVE-IN SERVICE
school board of the county to Institute .
swimming classes into the Offering .
physical education curriculum.
But being somewhat reticent 20 Year ,Payment' Life & Educational Endowment ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup
and not knowing the tremendous Endowment at Age ''65 at Age 18
I cost in setting up pools, hiring instructors and Delirery -No Charge
Paid-up Life & 20 Payment Life
etc. we let it settle in
1 the back of our head. Endowment at Age 6J.( 15 Year Endowment .
Juvenile Estate Builder ". ** ..
When the Miami Herald came Whole Life
F t out with the same idea, but with Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Life PNOI1o .

setting up clines with parents Health Hospitaltxation 20 Year Endowment 6 TK CORP. ,
and school board members in its

"Swim to Safe a Life" program Home Office +
then we got peeved with our-
selves for not being the 1416 North Boulevard Tampa Fla. r r 4 't HOME .
first ,with the idea, although we + AlJl'0 t
would have gone unheard, at Branch Offices '
least we could have said: "I knewI
had a good Idea/' BRADENTON OCALA .

gros kids lose their lives from FT. LAUDERDALE CITY
drownings In rock pits and canals FT. WERCE PENBACOLAJACKSONVILLE
becausejthey did not knorw how ST. PETERSBURG! American TV
to swim. Although Vie seem to begetting LAKELAND TALLAHASSEEWEST Corp.
of this
"Swim for ufe" program, I It is a
good thing and thlngs will turn Miami Office: 176 out alright for' both races in the THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOW
end and less be victims .
of drowning! kidafeiU .... . . . .

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Around The Bahamas HICKS' SATURDAY APRIL 25, 1959 PAGE..15

-- By A. H. McK NZIE Photo Studio
Southern Leadership South, will be present. Mr. Mooya

II ....n. n........... uaau______ uuu... I is outstanding leader in the
------------------------ - Ultra
line Portraits
Conference to MeetIn in the struggle for freedom in
Herbert K. Hepburn, a contract 25-mile course. Thousands stoodon in Africa. .
Bahamian laborer, was shot and I the sidelines and cheered them James E. Hicks, Prop. Tallahassee I

ki'led accidentally at Lake Pla- from McPherson Bend to Oakes Studio: The Rev. Martin L. King,
cid, Flcrida, early Saturday Speedway. The Spring meeting of the president of the conference has
morning April 4. Lionel Woods, David Farrington was second; 2440 NW 60th St. Southern Christian Leadership recently returned from a trip to
another Bahamian laborer who Alexander Harris third; Christo- Phone NE 3.3166 Conference will be held with the India and will bring a special'
fired the gun, is reportel to have pher Thompson fourth; Cedrlc Tallahassee Civic Association, I message from the people of that
said! that he and Hepburn were Seymour, fifth, and Neville Smith .. rnc.. Rev. C. K. Steele, president country, Leaders from every
in a bar. A quarrel develcped between sixth. :t f: ... on May 1314. community are invited to attend
him! 'and some of the other Some of the topics to be dis- this meeting.
men. and he went home and returned 'MMHM HMMHMniMMMfl"*" M>*M B ** MghMH Mlli MMi MMMMlM |MM M MMMlM cussed are: Methods of Developin ,.,
with a gun. Hepburn triedto ? Effective Voter-Registration
take the weapon/ from him but In the South; Using and Extend- HARLEM SQUARE
in :he struggle he was shot by ac- Richmond Heights Flashes ing the Desegregation Victories in .
cident.! Wocds is beinj held for Public Transportation; Working SWEET SHOPA
investigation in the county jail at Toward Complete Desegregationin FULL LINE OF' GROCERIES
Stbrjnj. By ORA D TALYOR Schools, Recreational Facilities -

Samuel Isaacs, MWA left It is eQected that Tom Mooya
the United Kingdom last,week for to A TRIBUTE TO MRS. C. P. climate. We at home are not all Gf Kenya, Africa, who has accepted 208 N.W. 10th Street
FA1SON One of the finest aware of what is here. If we an Invitation to visit the
ro resent the Bahamas at a par- tributes! I have witnessed would be in :l
was on were, we a m o r e
the British Conrfmonwealth Parliamentary Saturday at the funeral servicesat progressive 'status. South Dad e
course being given by Mt. Pleasant Baptist Churchof alone offers vast holdings in land,
liamentary AsSccIation. It is ex- Goulds, of the late Carrie business operations, housing and RATES GOING UP!
pectel that he will be away for Porter Faison. Time was taken to investments. Let us inquire about
six weeks. tribute The Newspapers Say-Save Money by Getting
give from all phases of these opportunities now open to
Boning church, civic and home work of us. Land is wealth; Our race AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
Leon Cat this devout Christian who was needs mere wealth. Think of your
Islander, died at Clifton Pier called from labor to reward. The children in terms of their NOW-Before the rate go up
where he !was working on April church was crowded inside and Do you want them to have future'j Many of our 6-montha policies start as low as
6.. He had worked on the construction out with friends. The florals and same struggles you are $12 Down
of the ,pier for some cards were beautiful. Mrs. : have had? No I am sure is the
months but started diving about Faison was a sincere person and I answer. Then consider while SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
six weeks. That morning the rub- Richmond Heights and Princeton, property is not as high as it will ,
ber mask slipped from his face Where her church is located, will be in future years. I shall be hap- 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL
wile he was working alone in miss her most. Our continued py to hold conferences with those
seven or eight foot water. He sympathy and prayers for Rev. W. Interested in investments. It couldbe NA 4.1811
. signaled and was pulled to the Faison and the bereaved family. your key to the treasure which
surface and after about will bring security to you and
minutes application of artificial twenty /Rev Mrs.W, E. Taylor your families. Our office is at ",",u.r "t.JI -".-- --",-,,_
respiration! he revived spoke a were guests Sunday afternoon of I 14601 Lincoln Blvd., or call CE
few words then collapsed and Rev. and Mrs. F. Allen, presiding 5-4246.
died elder of the North Miami I -- --- ---- -- NOW RENTING !
district of the AME Church, I Joe Gans
The traffic problem o| Nassau I Bishop Sherman P. Green senior Baby .
c-nt'nues to increase with the bishop. Boxing Great I
1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
comin of .
more vehicles. In January
The Aliens are now in their Dies at 58M'LWAUKEE
this year there were 6,390 spacious new home in Golden Houses Stores
cars 1320 trucks 15 buses, 297 Heights Ft. Lauderdale. Rev. Baby Joe
motor cycles and so far 6,000 Taylor preached at the evening Cans 58, former )Ightwelght con-
b'cycles. have been licensed. Add- services to a' capacity crowd at tender and trainer at the Milwaukee Brown Sub Coconut Grove
M. to these are 28 hackey cabs Mt. Hermon AME Church Rev. Urban League for the 22
. 7 dravs and 5 farm carts. The Sneed pastor. He was given a years, died of a heart at*"ick Liberty City Downtown
street* are not "growing" within donation for St. Peters AME Monday at the League Gymnasium -

the city limits. Mission of which Rev. Taylor is WILSON RENTAL AGENCY Inc.
the pastor, in Liberty City,; uans, wnose real name was ,
On Tcod Friday a delegation of Gerald Slaughterwon/ :a Los
the Fan Salvador Elevating Society PLANNING FOR THE FU- Angeles Newsboys championshipat 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4.0116
in Nassau flew to their na- TURE We are receiving let- the age of 14 He turned professional -
t'ne ','e and organized a branch ters from people in northerncities in 1923 and fought the
"' the society. Sixty-five members who want to come to Florida top men in his class He never .
enrolled) and the following to live either in retirement or won a championship, but met at
cff'cers were elected: Jacob Jones, 10 continue to work and live in least nine boxers who owned
rresllent; George Ellis, vice president our fair state. In fact Florida has titles, would win them later or
; Wendell Williams financial vast resources to offer aside from had them earlier I

secretary; Hortense Hanna recording -
secretary; Randolph Williams r
treasurer; Ralph Butler,
chaplain; and Apollos Forbes 2 AND 3 BEDROOMCBS
In the party were A. C. Hanna,
J. A. Storr. A. N. Williams F. V.j
Arnett Fletcher Tinker, Oscar ALSO INCOME PROPERTY
Jones and Inez Bethel.

Henry rook David
Farrington in the Alexis Nihon I ALSO CARVER'S RANCHES if>>hIlE i
Bicycle! Race sponsored by the .
Nassau Daily Tribune on April LOW DOWN PAYMENTSWe
3. and took the 1959 championship 111m N.W. 171k AVENUE MIAMI,P1.ORl0A...._, OX 1..11I. OX 1-4)41

and $140 cash the first
prize. Farrington was In the win- buy lots and houses for cash At1dl.Rasp,0...... O.ear Rasp. Un.... b k".r.r..a Dist.ALONZA .
ning streak but he erred in his
Judgement about the goal; and I
Chas. H. RealtorPLaza
when he stopped .reldling, Cole- Pyke,
brook took the lead. .

It was an exciting scene as the 78151JAMES FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME
fourteen riders dashed along the
Economic Services
___Uhun__ Sympathetic and
AlonzA Francis, Director and Embalmer
Build up your social prestige Dr J. M. Smith and MM. Evelyn Doges Evans

Learn to dance at i Dullness AssociatesMrs. :
Elizabeth Kupjr Johnson HiwInrM MaruiRvrSpacious
Don Strachan's Dance Studio .
Modern Chapel and Slumber Room

7168 NW. 16th Ave PL 78766COMMUNITY 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida

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; FR 9-5381 Phone PL 4-2857

1200 N.W. 3rd Ave.

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Spring CleaningSpray "SERVICES"have '

puns .a. .......-... 38f Plastic/ scarf, ... ............ 10* lent distinction to our name.
Our most .carefully guarded assets are the respect and confidence -

Black Flat spray ......_... 43* Plastic drapes, pr ........ 87* of the people of Miami.

A.rowaJC .......................... 43* Plastic bedspread, ea ....1.00Bed They have been fostered by helpful understanding and prattle
cal Intelligence. a

Dish raps, ea. ................ 104 sheets, ... ............ 1.89 By skill, and knowledge of requirements.By .

Dish towels, ea. ............ 16$ Pillow slips, ... ............ 08* quiet efficiency and flood tastt I
w By facilities of classic dignity and home-like atmosphere. >

By resolute principles lad human sympathy.
Kil Money orders and Simplicity Patterns sold every day Monday These, through the "Services," have lent distinction to our name .

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

6701 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.91S1-PL7.7038

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THE MAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Gray-Boone Whateley, Mrs. Rose Berhal, Mr. 'Anniversary Speaker
and Mrs Joseph Gallaway Jr.,
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1959 WeddingFriday Mr. and Mrs. L.Thomas, Mrs. E. ,
Haywood and Kimberly, Claude I
at 7:43 pan MissFrances -
Boone and Joel A. Gray were Hcibent, S. L. Gordon, Fred\ L.I'I
- Club married at the beautiful home of Cooke, Arthur Mixon, Ruth Rol- \I
Golden Age
Ins, Rubye Walker Robert Terry, II
Mrs. 'Basheva G, Bryant, sister of I
Broward I I On Sunday the Gclden A ,g e the bridegroom' who was also Clyde Floyd.BETHUNE. I I II
Club will visit St. James AME
matron of honor The ceremonywas I
Church during' Its 11 ajn. serviceto ELEMENTARYAttention II I
County Each performed by the Rev. L. A I
hear Rev. Harris, pastor.
Thcmpson,, and the bride was all parents of the'
; NewsBy year the club visits a church its ,Jven' In marriage by B. Cole- Brownsville area Registration of
its[ choice to commemorate
anniversary. The Golden Age .brooke.Areceptionfollowedim. all pre-school children in the area:
Club Is sponsored by the James will '''be held at the school' April
I E. Scott Community Association, mediately, In which the following 30 at 8:45: a.m. 11 you have a'
'c Fund and is guests participated: : Mr. and Mrs. child that is now six years of
United Agency
I Walter : a its 14th Mem- Wellington Gray, parents cf, the age, or will be six on or before
r clabrating year
bridegroom: Mrs. Lula M. Cole- 1 .
--- -- -- bers and friends are cordially Invited January 1&60, please bring
brook and Miss Emily Gray sisters child alcng with the birth
Mice Gwendolyn McKenzie, to attend the morning service your ,
O. I Rev. Emory Jackson as-
and Mrs. Luke ; E. Colebrook, Mrs Al- The
of Mr. at St. James. "
daughter Edward bertha Thompson, Miss Veronica : scclate:: minister of Mt. Zion Bap-
Murray McKenzie,at will Gethsemane wed Carl Baptist Acting Mrs. Mary president E Williams Thompson, Mr. and Mrs Quel Notice To Parents I tist Church, who :will deliver the -
and Daisy Ferguson, Estella anniversary sermon of American
26 at 3
:Church. Sunday, AJpril Brown, all Miami Camps' No. 37
live In Carver Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker Spring round-up for i Woodmen,
pan Both of them YOUTH, KILLED Mrs. Mattie. L. Hamilton, children entering the first .and 84 on Sunday, April 26 at
Ranches. Philip Butler Zion Baptist ,Church at 3span
Josephine Austin, Mt.
Mrs. Ellen C.B mother of IN HOLDUP TRY Willie Fuller, Mdss Barbara Jean grade in (September School at I The public is cordially invited -
Jones Douglas Elementary ; attend these services.
and Cassie Floyd, Mrs. Mar- to
Yours Truly, visited her son I
daughter-in-law on Sunday, Joe. Louis Stephens, 19, of 1241 garet Austin, Miss Allbertha Wil- 314 NW 12th St., Thursday,
April 12 in West Hollywood. She NW 62nd terr., was shot and kill- son, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Spence, April 30. One day only.
also attended the Ebenezer Bap- ed early Sunday morning by a Johnny C, Smith, Mrs I. Rob 'certificate. I
tist Church in' Hallandale that service station operator whenhe inson, Miss W. Ryals, Jak' i I 8:30 a.m. to 3:oq p.m. I W. C. Coidell, principal
.... . .. _. ..... ... .. ... ........
evening. She reported having enjoyed tried to rob him. :y ** *J**** &-** -. ..' .u.u'.hu.h.. .. .. ..U"//" .". ''tluii4' .. ..r.,.11
b : --.n 1y :!1P p1/Y rte//Y :!IIMII u N
the outing. James Farster Sr., night (manager 7 :.:*'!:7.iR i&.i3n5 i...r&ttSruK Irw114/1111..&o&n!! o7ftV.i!"."'".. ..7... _"" "" _"" "'".."" .""' ....*....*.. ......:.::. ?..;:'. :.U
of the station at 1200 NW .
,1t I
James Boole01 Danla will cele- 62nd st., told police StephenStried Fair is FromVISIT
Realty 10
brate his birthday at 'home Friday the holdup} about 1:30: am. eft 9;
April 24. with a pistol as he and his son
were locking up the station. tt'' N
Police later discovered, the gun ; VISIT OR CALl TODAY' . PL 71645in
Miss Flora Davis of 1004 Hall- used by Stephens in the abortive I 8.
dale, celebrates her birthday at holdup was not loaded. $ N
home with her mother and father -
Farster told '
police Stephens K
and many friends on Sunday, _
appreoached and said, "reach in
April 26. ,t s t tIt
your' !pockets and give me all
your money. ;2t t
Mrs. Marie Mack 5140 SW Farster .38 caliber .
pulled a pistol -
19th st., entered Provident Hos- and fired twice. One bullet
pital, Fort Lauderdale on Mon- hit Stephens and he fled throughan It
day. Friends wish for her a alley. Police found him a half ,
speedy recovery. block away, dead from bullet/ t r3t
in his abdomen.
The choir of Mt Zion AME Police called the slaying justifiable xa ,ttli pt
Church celebrated its anniversary homicide. They said Ste- r1 1 .
last Sunday with a success phens was wanted for two armed t tIn t ;!
ful program. Mrs. Mildred James robberies and had escaped from li T\rrii1 ,
was mistress of ceremony. Rev i the Miami Jail In July, 1053. He j ''I' tS
Wilson, the pastor, wishes to was doing 30 days for disorderly '
thank all who contributed to the I conduct. Jr

affair. I 1 % !.1 __

Sunday night, two Hallandale
youths, Joseph Cooler\ 16, and Come in and havea f 'Mx i .
Roy Schack 15, were killed in a ,. 'xfti !-
midnight car race on State Road ballAt
9. Just inside Dade County line. N
Funeral services will be held the .
sw W'.Nd1w3 rn.w.An as'a .a Sunday, 2:':<<0 at the Church of Newly remodelled t
God of Prophecy, 6th st. and 2nd WHY PAY RENT ?
ave., Rev. O. Demeritt, pastor. g.

Cooper is survived by his parents -
Mr. and Mrs. David Cooper JIMJAM 2. 3 or 4 Bedroom-New CBS Homes-Selling Fast! u!
seven sisters, seven brothers, I
two nieces, three uncles and three ttl4
aunts. The Thompson Funeral $495 .
Home in Hallandale is in charge. ONLY DOWN

sale 'I t You can move right in. Only 1 payment each month. (No closing costs,
Another will be In frontof no qualifying, anyone can buy. Real joyful and comfortable living. See
Eleanor's Salon
w Saturday for the building of Beauty fund on of models this Sunday. Open 'all day. Look at 1500 1510 N.E. 151st'Terr. p.

New Macedonia Baptist Church., CLUB City water, bus service, paved streets, landscape'd. Close to the 163rdKt !
Mrs. Clara Milton and Mrs. A. ,t St. shopping center, playgrounds close by. Two church sites YOU can
O. Henderson will be there to i also put up deposit on any one of, 14 now under construction. Pay '
serve be you.expecting Pastor you.N H Phillipswill 1900 NW 75th St. t weekly until completed. Why pay rent? S

Phone PL 9-8651
Liberty City or Brown Sub Only $495 Down

Parents! Parents! Don't miss the big $995 Down Brand new 2 bedroom CBS homes a

Saturday Nite Show i t1 Brand new 3-bedroom, shower in the lovely North Miami Beach ,

school Spring children registration at for ,pre. Celebrity show all night ;t; doors, Venetian blinds, CBS conarea.. Carporte, breezeway, city "Kt1
Holmes Ele-
mentary School Thursday, April Saturday t struction. Put up deposit. Balance water, separate all jalousied dining I
30. Be wise and register your pre 8 ti in 60 days. room. Large lot, close to 163rd tU
school children early. Don't forget Tables FREE /j,t' street shopping center. $20 week 1
to bring your birth certifi- en' Duplex pays all. See 1491 NE 162nd St.t,
cate., 8 am. to 2
!tn,t4 1402 N.W. 56th St. Open this Sunday. Xf

i CBS furnished, Orchard Villa area. Opa Locke Beauties
Om City water. Close to bus and shop

T TV SICK ? ping, schools, clean. Only $995 .. $795 Down I

i down. 2 left of these custom built 3 bedroom

t t i CBS homes. Close to schools,
t '. Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Ui 3 Bedroom 2 Baths bus, shopping. You must see. N.W. Hti

a t Liberty City. Closed garage, hardIS4th St. between N.W. 17th, and
SAME DAY SERVICE, : wood floors, front and rear porches, 18th aves. One mortgage Ix IxU >

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS u. close to schools. For the particular Downtown Store! New CBS
I !U buyer. Open for inspection. Call us Building .

'n for appointment to show. $1995.
Picture Tube Special in! down." $1,495 Down 8j

1'-lnch--$22.9S 21-lneh--$29.9S 2-bedroom CBS. Large lot, kitchen
j Only $995 (Down furnished. All fenced, sprinkler

>,;, 35 x 40 store room. Separate rear system, city water, beautifully .

SERVICE CALLS-Da or' Night,. .................... $2.50 ,J room with modern bath. Ideal lo landscaped. Only 1 payment each CKft
t cation. Only one mortgage to pay. month. Close to shopping and

Nite Calls Our Specialty-No .Extra Charges EZ terms. buses. f
Open 2 p.m to 10 p.m. .Daily '

Radio & TV (0. tits FAIR REALTY

'Vets t We are open every day 9''to 9 p.m. including Sundays .

t 201 N.W. 62nd Street
t, Phone PL 7.1645

939 N.W. 3rd Ave. .... ........ ... .....!.........;!. .... .. .
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