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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: May 2, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00648
Source Institution: University of Florida
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4 Gunmen, Take $16,000 I


M +1r j in Bold Daylight HoldupMIAMI .

LAUNDRY the first floor office.. m-ean'1U 'I mean Itl! thing knew what they were doing -
'Laundry manager rest?" I -Just ''Where to go and I II 1
GETS PRO JOBFour was in the office at the everything"
I directed him
t i, then .
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'Don't move! Don't manager sitting' on
bandits pulled a bold professional thing! This is a side of the room. -_
holdup at the Miami know you ,got the bandit took the $ ,
Laundry on NE 3rd st across said of the
one men .
PMy iF qr from the Post Office early Tues I Then one gunman money she had from dropped a waste ___ ,
day morning. I
I shotgun on warning the ,
men tor and ordered her to
Three' of the carried pistols for five minutes,
and'one held a sawed-off the plugs. downstairs and ,
shotgun when they walked into I I A second man stood the busy streets.
.. the large dqntown laundry min- .
center of the room
()() I
: Grec- utes after an armored car had : covered dropped the
Willie Booker T. Washington everyone with
High senior and son of delivered' a wedkly tpayrool at ber pistol, DUtch iun and two pistols
Mrs Addie Green Graht, 3265 8:50 a.m. I I The third man of the stairway as .
NW 53rrf st., received an honor- They wore dark red gloves and to the safe and : police the theorized when they _
able mention citation at the first Where is it? Where weapons
plaid caps\ Bulled down over their the wail of police
annual Silver Knight Awards firo- eyes and adhesive tape strips on The cashier, Mrs.
.gram at Dade County Auditorium their faces. Eleven girls sat erts, handed over $ radio cars were
Monday Sponsored by the Miami working in the second floor of. from the safe the scene of a fatal
Herald, Green received a plaque fice as three of the bandits en. Mrs. Roberts says a Half mile away.
fir outstanding leadership, character tered. The fourth stood' guard in then screamed: Blitch: "They sure d
and achievement, and a
cash prize of $50.
Green is president of the Stu- .
dent Council, a member of the ,
French Club and honor society Miss.
and an honorary Boy I Lynching
Counselor. He is an ardent participant Listea among Dade 30 top j
in church activities at teenagers is Sarah Williams. 1
Greater Bethel AME Church SUSPECT;: TAKEN of a Negro'' prisoner and savagely, Sarah, a senior at Northwestern,
where he serves as president of ing 'trial for the rape or 1Q hooded night has wqn a scries of science Fair
youth club and a member of the FROM JAIL.PQPLABv1LJ.11'v nant White woman kidnapped him from prizes also cited:! by the National I

Junior' choir.Another by the frustrating case. jail and nothing Science Teachers of America, 1.,
..... ., ., winner from BTW J 141ssFedeoral from him since: Junior director of Mt. Sinai Sun-
;i.;.was Carol Cooper who was run and state'officials. -working on the Mack Charles J, P, Coleman has day School, ardent Junulor Red
nerin the category of litera- kidnaping} and believed lynching dragged from his Jail dorm."I he wants the culprits Cross worker! and the recent
ture and journalism and received ,punished, and he winner of "Miss Rhamanla" contest -
a plaque and a $50 cash award. the only one who She receives a Silver Knight
will be broken soon. Award plaque for outstanding
First Letter Carriers rape. victim, a achievement! In the field of science }
called Parker's and a $50 educational grant' ,
terrible. She said she from, the Miami Herald. t
preferred for him Sarah has been constantly experimenting :'
and carrying on extensive -
Chicago, Lee C. research in biology for
brother-in-law, the past= three years under the
to the Chicago guidance of her teacher, Mrs.
that he was 8)I Gwendolyn Sawyer Barnett.

F. Parker and .
of the Defender staff
Undcnuood out of him and his companions soy that
Miss., near Pctplarville Parker told thorn he was going to
night rape. a-White woman. 1
yu newspaper quoted Authorities here denied Under-
as saying wocd's statement.

c Tot Injured- ]

Ailcen Rogers, 24, -
3th ct., died and -
John L. Fryar and Alston Scott daughter was _Jry
were hired by the Miami Post Saturday when I ,,1
office May 15, 1949. As the first .....,.".L7 -"".."..' .... they were riding _

two Negro. letter carriers these Mrs. Zelma. Black president of the :Miami I St. Peter and Paul
the for
two men paved way 27th Rd. and 9th
scores cf Negroes to enter the Chapter of Bethune-Cookman College makes the ) woman who died "
postal services in Miami. Today financial contribution to Dr. Richard V. Moore and her child were
there are 31 carriers and hun- Alumni Celebration last Sunday In Daytona : Bennie Hooks, 27, M
dreds of other employees wor'kinc' gift was to help recover from some of the damage 17th st. I
clerks, mail handlers, driven -
as said Hooks recent fire whch destroyed woman's
,. etc. (See story on page 3.) ed by the a William Puller, 25, of

Oth ave. .
When<< looks cut out .ys
I Fuller his car went ou.t

9 White Youths Charged in Shooting lumped trol. Alter the curb Skidding and 241

feet across the lawn
RICHMOND, Va. Nine building

White youths have been charged were Kinney, Robert Lee Carlton, One White youth claimed one ;
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in the Sunday night shooting of 20, and his brother.. Charles Mel Negro pulled a knife. Emergency C.
six Negro boy in Richmond'sEast ton Carlton. 22. Released under'
EndPollee The six Negroes were fired on Class Starts The Rev Gardner C. Taylor,
i $2,500 bond each were John D. ,
walked home from a Concord Baptist Church, Brooklyn
as they
said that one of the Flournoy, 18, Earl Price Garrison
will preach tach
youths, whose name was not disclosed Jr., 17, and Thomas A.. Park- store in a Negro neighborhood There will be a Civil .
The Negroes said they were firedon during July August and 8 ptm-
was still sought for his inson. Class beginning Monday,
from two cars but juvenile bar over NBC'i Radio Pulpitpr..ld.nt
night shooting at 8 at the Bethany
in the Sunday pjn.
All are from Richmond. officials said they believed all theshots of the Protestant Council
''WoundedIn Academy Seventh
The Negroes were
came from one car. of New York City, Dr. Taylor
from 5001 NW 25th in
a volley of gunfire aspeeding ave.
Authorities said earlier they replaces the Rev Ralph W. Sock.
car. thought the shooting followed a Samuel Clark Jr., 15, and Carl- The public is invited. man The program Ir heard by
Police said Robert Kinney, 17, racial rock throwing incident ton Washington 16, were reported pecially for everyone in more than 100 affiliated ,radio
admitted firing the shotgun. Other wich developed from an exchange in fair condition. They suffered and Liberty City, who .-catlo,.. throughout the nation.
White youths were arrested of words between a carload of shotgun wounds in the abdo- had Emergency Civil Dr. Taylor will be the first Ne
and charged as accessories. I' White boys and a croup of Negro men and required emergency sur- Training. gro' to preach on the program
Held in Richmond city jail girl*, gery. (continued on page during Its 31 year hl.tory.-ANP.

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stone Laid for Christian Hospital I PRIZE"Stride"STRIDE" WINS .

<- ,, f" '., <.,. . ,', Freedom" by
.x. Toward
or..ypE.. wo. ,
; y 't < ) oK t ; -" I' V.'f <
"Iff'I' \' 't. ". ;. ' ' ,
'* cited -
1t "
'i. !\' '1 Martin Luther King Jr., was
.::;,; : ; : by the An'sfield-Wolf! Awards
r ." : >: 7/; . with a ,prize cf $1,000, the annual ;Bl / T JYa
: .: prize for ,the best book in the
V general field of race relations,
i 1 I f according' to Ashley Montagu,
44 awards chairman.
Dr King and his wife, Coretta, 9Shown /
have just returned from India
where they were guests of the
overnment. They were accom- R
panied by Lawrence D. Reddick, w
a historian, who has been writinga i
d '1, q,, L\4 I ir kW biography of the integration

ti eader to be published in May by ..... .- ---. -.-- -
{ Vi4 Harper and Brothers The title of
the book Is: "Crusader .Without focve is Brother Charles
Violence: Martin Luther King Jr." S Lassiter as guest speaker dur-
{niT an assembly hour at George

.. Washington Carver High School!,
April 23 in observance of "Ca-
fIi Your Vote is Neededto reer Week."

fight the forces that seekto ,
Brother Lassiter was sponsor
keep you a Second Class ed by Beta Beta Lambda chapterof
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity in
Citizen. observance of the fraternity's

: ta Register Today! April Education 19-24 For Dunn Citizenship this week Week he

-- 116 W. Flagler St. addressed the student bodies at
Left to right: Dr. Ira P. Davis, Northwestern, North Dade, and
Dr James E. Hogan, Rev. Thed- I B.::cker T. ''Washington' High
ford Johnson, Mr. James C. Evans, _.
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a Mr. Leo Robinson, Atty. L. E. art. i 'Jt & i3t2. '
ptM Thomas and Mr. L. L. Brooks.
Insert shows Mr. Evans thankingMrs. For FREE Pick-up and

Albert Pick for the .,,1 Delivery Service on
grant to the hospital $75'000'1 Prescriptions
Pick Foundation-Johnson .
I r
Another milestone was reached
i '
on Sunday, April 28, at 4700 'STORE"Prescription
NHW 32nd ave., the new home of I
the Christian Memorial Hospitalin I Compounding
the laying of the cornerstone Specialists"
The history making event got off
to a start with the Booker T. i Sundries Gifts

Washington Band leading the pa Patent Medicines

*lxrsuM rade.Mr. ; ' Greeting Cards

James C. Evans, a former
_ ,4. 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
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Miamlan, who is now, with the
office of the Assistant Secretaryof SIDSl<:Y T. COX
Defense, Washington, D. C. Registered Pharmacist Phone FRanklin 32932JAMES

-, .- was the principal speaker Mr .
Evans pointed out many facts of f ?J m ---- -. .";" "_.JtiJt .
the hospital's early struggles of
Aerial view of new Christian Hospital under Conaruction beccmin> part of the frameworkof 'I- __--- ---J

the health facilities of oui e
county and the need for further
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" support for the continuation oi i
a modern hospital equipped with
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1959 the needs to meet the demands of

the with.many ills we are now faced 5 & lOc STORE ,

Dr. Ira P. Davis, presided over 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 1
Many Evening Courses the ceremony. Rev. Thedford ,. 3.948)M
Johnson, chairman of the fund' M
raising campaign, made the appeal -
l for pledges.The i iI Sunday, May 10th is Mother's Day'
Offered Adults at HBS m

I following donations were Nylon Hose; pr ............ 79$ Bedspreads, ea. ............ $1.00
received: St. John Baptist Church

(May 4will, begin the summer will pay off in security on your $1,000; Fischer-Ryon 36th St. Aprons, ea ,.................... 29* Handkerchiefs ............ 10$ up

semester School at at Northwestern.the Adult Evening Again, Job. Wimberly-Walker Medical Center $50$25; ;Mrs.Mr. Helen Spry Slips, ea. ......................... 1.00' Plastic Drapes, pr ........ .87$ Ii

the 'public Is urged to become acquainted available Additional thru study opportunities in the fieldof are Davis and Rev.$10;B. David Torres Johnson $50, Material, yd. .:-,................. 35* Panties, pr .................... 29$
/with the many courses
that are being offered. North- business education. Registration Plants, ea. ........................ 35$ Earrings ................... 25$ up
Is new in process, and can Over $1,500 was pledged 11=ay-
Division has
western's of the, Evening most be accomplished at the school, able by dedication day, late June Planters, ea .................... 67$ Towel, box ................ $1.89
one comprehensivestudy week days between 2 and 10 pan cr Early July." am'Pab.n head .
plans for :grown-ups In the additional information had is 710 t
may be quarters at NW 3rd ave.,
state. 'by, calling PLaza 45491. PL 7.4769, PIL 7-47CO.
Money orders and Simplicity Patterns sold every day Monday

The evening Trade School offers thru Friday 7:45: a.m. to 7:10 p.m.-Sat. till 9 p.m.
thorough courses In the following -
areas: Radio and television SOOTIN'S TVFor CLOSED SUNDAYS-GO TO CHURCH
dry cleaning, tailoring
drafting, automotive mechanics, V'.II" .,_A.._ .;..,...... .... '__ ,....h"'"w
and power sewing. In addition to Reconditioned TV's From $19.95 "'..."" .. _,...... =--r x"r"",
these, there are certain trade extension For The Finest Service on All TV Makes & Models ",
classes available for the
Try us You'll Like us
purpose of, improving the skillsof
persons already employed in 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3.1589 CasltDownBUYS

private industry. More than 25 years of reliable service .$5,990 ,

, Library facilities, completewith L"' """"
the services of a graduate -
librarian, are available to our NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOME
students. Recently, cafeteria ser
vice were instituted. Many students 2 AND 3 BEDROOM PLUS A 4-UNIT FURNISHED APT.
have been aided by these
additions to the school. CBS AND FRAME HOMES-
.. ..
The Evening High School cur-
riculum is completely constructed ALSO INCOME PROPERTY Close to N.W. 7th Ave. .
to malice it possible for peopleto
earn the high school diplomaThe AROUND ORCHARD VILLA AREA .

high school diploma is,the In Edison Center Area
most necessary document required ,
of these times. Job placement,
civil service application, college LOW DOWN' PAYMENTSWe .
Admission, and even many aspects
of common labor are dependent OWNER-FR 3-3654
upon one's having completed buy lots and houses for cash

high school. With the rap
id advance of automation and Chas. H. Pyke RealtorPLaza FOUNDATION INVESTMENT,
technology, education is no longer ,
a matter of luxury it becomes
a'real necessity. Do not 7-8151 COMPANY
allow a lack of training to reduce -
your earning capacity. Keep
abreast of the times so that a 1208 Ainsley Bldg.

machine your job.will Time not invested replace in you study on Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results

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Carriers Celebrate 10th Anniversary $150,000 ExpansionFor I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples'' Newspaper", *..

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Magnolia ,SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1959. PAGE 3

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Hospital SWIMMING ways to Implement the study by .
establishing programs of swim-
A $150,000 expansion programfor ming instruction, survival train- A
ing/ boating safety
announced by Harvey Strauss,
administratcr of the institutionthat BE ORGANIZED'A Searle'is action in forming the I
serves the Negro populationof ne'v committee came about after
Dade and South Broward counties countywide Swimming and more than 73 representatives of
Norman Ciller and Associ- Water Safety Committee will be civic clubs, PTA's and other community i
ates will complete the architec- organized to fight: Dade's water I 'grcu,;s met at the American .J
tural plans in a few days and hazzards, it was announced early Red Cross demanding a
construction will begin! by June this week by Robert L. Searle, broad coordinated program for "
'.t 1. Magnolia Hospital is located at chairman of the Recreation and all of Dade County.
r r 14310 NW 22nd ave.,*Opa Locka Group Work Division of the Wel-
fare Planning Council. The new group will be a subcommittee -
Many of the latest Innovationsin The committee will be formedof of the Council's Recreation t
modern hospital design, and (professionals now engaged in and Group Work Division
equipment will be utilized according public recreation. Primary obJec- which is supported through the
to Strauss who said the tives of the new group will be to United Fund.
5 completely air conditioned and study the county's needs for a
heated building will feature piped -
swimming facilities by surveying
oxygen, a new operating room, locations!
against' population
,\s new delivery room and nursery,. growth. I Drive Carefully ,1
All this will be a part of the trL le 'I. The committee will then find.
v.e A fireproof CBS construction.
Target date for completion of the
new building is December of this

s .. According to Ethel Dames, SHOE SHOP -
y t "k. chief of the nursing staff at Mag-
nolia, a total of 2,000 babies have FINE SHOE REPAIRING
been delivered there since the
We Save Your Soul While You Wait
. hospital was founded in 1951 *-
There have been also over 2,000
4r Shoes ShIned and Dyed ,
surgical cases handled by the
qF4.t staff of this osteopathic institu- 6570 N.W. 15th Ave. Phone OX 1.9850
tion. The clinical offices were
recently expanded five times
their original size. -

Strauss added that two additional -
x ,
doctors have recently Join- NOW RENTING !
ed the staff of specialists in the
The first two- Negro letter car- taken: From left to right: field of maternity, general surgery -
riers hired in the City of Miami Alston Scott,. Roy Bentley, Sin- and general medical.
May 15, 1949 were John L. Fryar clair Jones, John L. Fryar, Dan- 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
of Ludlam Branch and Alston iel Cox, Alfred 1). Brown., A. W. Private, semi-private and small
Scott of Coconut Grove Branch. Palmore, Willie L. Redding, Clyde wards will be adequately provided Houses Stores '
Young. In the new structure that is
With the help of the National about to rise in Opa Locka
Alliance of Postal Employees and Those not present: Brown Sub Coconut Grove
the enthusiasm of Mr. Fryar and Fernley Taylor, Percy D. Williams Strauss concluded thet simul-
Mr. Scott, these two carriers have Charlmous O. Ferrall, JohnR. taneous with the (ground break- Liberty City Downtown
paved the way for 31 carriers In Marks Jr., Jonathan Ramsey, Ing ceremonies the hospital will
the Miami area. We are very James Henry, Emmett T. Wilson announce formation of a non-
hopeful thai In the near future Emmett J, Williams Othed Williams profit foundation which shall engage i WILSON RENTAL AGENCY, Inc. ,;
eligible employees will be enrolled Harold T. Smith, RobertB. in a program of community .
In the course in foreman and Miller, Billy Miller, WilliamJ. health. He disclosed the details 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-0116
supervisory training In human Bentley, Wilbur Ellison, Shed- will be worked out by an advisory -
relations which is now being offered ridk Gilbert, Earl Green, Norman council composed of leaders
by the training section of Hurd, Norman Blatch, Dorrell T. I I of the Negro community of Dade
the Miami Post Office Dorsett, Albert Smith, Henry J. and Broward Counties.
The following carriers were Donaldson, Algernon Moore.
present when (photographs were Matthew J, Williams, reporter

\ - -- Dorsey High and 2&3

20,000 Kids March Alumni Northwestern MeetingAll If'

1949 graduates( and all BEDROOM HOUSES
graduates of DoVsey and North
on WashingtonTHEY western are to meet at the home
of Ebenezer "Scrooge" Edwards,
May 3 at 8 p.m., 156M NW 157th
SHOW . St. Road, Opa Locka. Please be FOR SALE
("*" on time and bring someone with
MERITS OF r "tf \' '
; you.
INTEGRATIONWashington :,. YM Refreshments will be served.

D. c. (CNS) f 'r- Richmond HeightsNear
School was the recipient! of second
Youths representing all major \
) prize in the high school essay -
cities in the U. S. marched on t contest The prize included a
Washington in unity to boost '\ certificate of Award, and a check Schools and Shopping Center

the Integration of schools In the x for $15.The .

southern areas. Mlnniejean award, sponsored by the Veterans No Down PaymentLOW
Brown, the student who was Advertising Club of Greater' Miami
ousted from Central High in is given in recognition oj CLOSING COSTS
Little Rock, made presentationsto originality of ,thought, accuracyof
top Negro artists Harry Bela- c information and clarity of expression .
fonte and Sidney Poltier for their in the preparation of the

contribution and support of the essay. FHA Terms Available

cause. With the prize money, LaVerne
From Chicago, Los Angeles, plans to open a second bank ac

Frisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Detroit count. $300 Down
Montgomery and many
other: sections of the country
came these kids totaling 20,000all '
Plus Low Closing Costs
firmly determined to con-
vince Washington citizens they La Verne Scott, daughter oj Don't Fret Fight!

must continue to support the in- Mr. and Mrs. Alston J. Scott, a Move In when qualified
integration program and give Junior at O. W. Carver H1ib Join The NAACP
I the youngsters of America a
chance to become good citizens ..
Mtrfefs For
Reify InspectionOPEN
without racial barriers.. !

Organized by the Youth Marchfor WANTED ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Integrated School, a Harlem .
group, the March was similar to
many other CA the capitol by determined EASTERN STAR OR MASON .' 0
minority groups but
this was one of the first so well (or Former Member) .

organized. Church, civic and labor EARN GOOD MONEY RICHMOND" HEIGHTS, Inc.
groups all pitched. in to lenda

helping hand. Write at Once to: 14520 LINCOLN BLVD.

Led by Josephine Boyd, a 17yearold -
honor graduate of REV. WM. V. BANKS RICHMOND HEIGHTS

Greensboro, NjC Central High .
petition School, the with delegation 250,000 signaturesasking carried a t$: 2101 Gratiot\ Are. PHONE CE 56262Letter

Detroit 7 Michigan
Eisenhower to stand be- ,
hind the 1954 Supreme Court de-

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the abduction.of an :accused rap.
4 .. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1959 'I.I 1st by a' lynch"mob will be solved
JUST I ,In Richmond;' : Va. six White
I boys between )7. and 20 have
been arrested }in connection with
I PAUL R." HENRY3The shotgun shooting from two cars

. _ _ ._ 1 r 1 ot' six Negro boys as they walked -
r -- home from a store in the Negro
old integration continuesto ernment to condemn what ts neighborhood, Some of the

Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami!, Florida-Phone FR 3.2236 have a hard lime.! There are termed slum land for resale to Negroes had to receive emergency
N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 st Ing blocks around every private enterprise. surgery.
Plant at 6740 ., ,. I i ITU' to the
.. - -- and The Bill has been
"*- -- : corner en ,the roadway proh
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: '. ..:ic3 are, made for detering Senate for approval., South Dade farmers are having
SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.70 future. ONE YEAR 4.50 nvin. the unforseealble( a night
Editor'" The Florida House of Representatives Governor J. P. Coleman of Ms- raiders reap. Firearms are being
H. E. 8IQISMUND has passed a Bill sissippi said on Tuesday he has used' on both side Road patrolmen -

"The great and the little have need of one another"-Fuller i which would allow the local gov 'excellent reason" to believe that have made several arrests.

URBAN RENEWAL DEAD? ,,,,, Sugar Ray Rclblnson, who i u
Florida Legislators in the House of Representativestolled opposed. to defend his middle-
the bell for the Urban Renewal Program ,in Dadeor weight title against Carmen Ba-
Wednesday when they rejected silio on September at the Los
other counties in Florida on .has
vote of .57 to 33. Angeles Coliseum not as yet
a constitutional amendment by a signed the agreement. Ray says
One of Dade's representatives, David Eldredge, voted there -are details. to be worked
against the amendment. Two others, Cliff Herrel and cut '; '

George Hollahan voted for the amendment. -
The House, by rejecting this ,amendment, denies Flo- I What do you think about this:

ridian the opportunity, in fact their right of saying whether /f J-; night Tropical racing Park next wants season to start The

they should have much needed help from ,the Federal Florida, State Racing Commission

government in, clearing up their slums, and providing de- will find cut Monday if it has
cent homes and, surroundings for those who are unable to ? authority to grant such a request

provide these necessities for themselves. ,
Under this plan people who must relocate if they own In Portland, Ore., Wednesdaynight
Yama Bahama chalked ',
the property would be able to secure long term govern- his 53rd victory in 64 professional p-

ment loans. bouts as he won over' Phil
Forty-two: of our 50 states are being. benefitted by t rY Mayer in their 10-round encounter -
Urban renewal funds. .
., ) -. a
asked for a reduction in taxes.
This session of Legislature brings all kinds of segre- Last year the request from 85

gation bills. If all these are printed, the printing industry, hotels was granted and the sum
or rather the printers for.the legislature will be real busy cf $4,768,200 cut off their assess-

On Wednesday came one from Rep. George StallingSof ment utter.. by tax assessor John A.

Jacksonville. It would outlaw the right of a Negro On Monday the, tax assessor
parent to enroll a child in an all-White school, and likewise asked for 'ihe Metro Commissioners -
prohibit a White parent from enrolling a child in an all- approval to make more {tax
Negro school. For this misdemeanor, a-fine of $100 or 60 I n7. reductions.It's .

days in jail, or both could be imposed
Stallings asked the Legislature to invoke what he Members of Phi Delta Kappa, only as an appreciation, ,but as congratulations to William
Alpha Delta Chapter wish to an educational aid in providingrich Deveaux and Miss Yvonne M-
called its own "police powers" in an "acid test of statesrights"
,' chael who married
were at St
ex-press their sincere thanks to all [ experiences for young child
to mantain: a system of free public schools on a parents, nurseries, kindergartens, 3arnabas/ Church, Nassau, Bahamas -
segregated basis.Assistant guest artists, and friends who ren.The participants were Debbie's last Sunday morning. The
Attorney General Ralph Odum, who has participated in the annual Child- Playland, James E. Scott DayCare couple came to Miami on Monday
handled the bulk of school racial litigation for the state ren's hour. Center 1 and 2, Cook's Kin- morning enroute to Kingston,
has publicly said those who believe "fqrced integration is The theme of the program was dergarten, BTW Nursery School, Jamaica for their honeymoon
""Springtime! the gaily painted Miss Robert's Nursery and Kindergarten -
wrong must acceptthe right of others who think it shouldbe background, an excellent picturecf Jackson's Toddle Inn, Deveaux is a member of the
done." spring was the scene ,for the Cox's Kindergarten, Stephanie staff cf the Miami 'Times
If some of our legislators are allowed to go on unchecked graceful dances, skits, poemS and Frederick and BTW Band Ensemble Garth Reeves, managing editor
there might be very little, if any constitutional merry tunes well perforrmed by attended the marriage! ceremonies..
these 4, 5 and 6 year olds. Their Ebenezer Edwards, former mem-
rights left for Negroes Whites.
or Little Sandra Miller, daughtercf
brightly colored costumes and ber of the Times staff, now a
Just carry on folks, the end is not yet in sight.CORE'. their beautiful bonnets made the Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Miller. school teacher, was the best man.
thome more effective. and Rawn James, son of Mr. and

The ,guest artist, BfTW Band Mrs. Cornelius James, center, Friday we will see another
Ensemble added much to the front, were the winners of the world
pro- championship fight for the
Those four letters-CORE signify the flame of b recently gram with its inspirational mus- first and second prize, respectively. heavyweight title. It will be Brian
formed ,integrated organization known as the Con- ic. The program was an eveningof Each received a war bond. London who comes to Indiana-
gress of Racial Equality. enjoyment to all who attend- Other contestants were Steph- polls to meet Floyd Patterson.;
On Tuesday 25 of Its, members visited the well knownW. ed.Film anie Frederick, Romalia Oliver, Naturally your Browser is inFloyd's
T. Grant Store on West Flagler Street. They sat at the strips on "Fun in Reading" Mary Louise Dullard, Andrea An- i corner. ,.
and kinder&arter teachers'bocks derson, Reginald Felton, Ronda R.
counter awaiting service for more, than 20 minutes. No wend* given to supervisorsof Robinson, Ernestine Collins and Marlins
waitress appeared, so'the group left. each school participating' not I Verthelia Sandilands. The : are lo top
I place in the International Leagueat
They tried another nationally known' store, McCrory'sand this writing. Just "one' 'game

sat for luncheon. The waitress remained their jobs, bohind is Columbus. .Left's ,pope
but paid no attention to these 'customers. After sitting for The board should not try''to "rob Peter to pay Paul. the Marlins keep first place.

20 minutes they left, but were not at all discouraged.Dr. Atty. Lawrence Rogers; chancellor> of the Diocese of ,

John Brown, 'who was spokesman for the group South Florida and Atty. Henry Simmonite ,represent the The New York Yankees are
said they will make other visits. \ Diocese. 3 tgames behind Cleveland, but
we have a long way to go, and
This was just a peaceful attempt to get service at we don't think New York, is worried. -
places where Negroes" spend thousands of dollars. The Casey Stengel's boys' will be
police had been notified of their coming and were on hand NOTICE TO ALLBEAUTICIANS right, 'up top in a week or two. .

to, see what would'"happen. '
Your Browser's Club, Los Angeles
Negroes now are served at McCrory's and Woolworth's -
Ddgers are top place this
lunch counters, but they must stand, nolrsit Some wedk. Hope they keep going, but
day they will be sitting to enjoy their luncheon the sameas watch the Milwaukee Braves, the
White customers. The Florida, International Beauticians Guild, a champions. '

There's an old saying about the power of the dollar, well organized group of beauticians, met recentlyand
and there is really some"truth in it. unanimously agreed to meet monthly to exchange Plans are being considered for
ideas for the benefits of the ,profession as a whole. a Drive planetarium on South Bayshore
across from Vizcaya., That
SCHOOL BOARD SEEKS CHURCH ,PROPERTY One of the aims and objectives of the group is to im- will be interesting.

Dade County School Board has filed a suit againstthe prove conditions in the profession whereby Florida -
Diocese of South Florida asking condemnation of, a beauticians will be among the best in the field of Cos Joseph Williams and Patrqlman
Stephen Rolle of the
Sheriffs Department
4% acre tract of land adjourning Christ Church in Coconut metology. and Nathaniel Thomas

Grove of which the Rev. Theodore Gibson is rector.' Recently an unauthorized concern has made an returned on Wednesday Moot

The board would use the land for building an elementary attempt to induce some of the local beauticians intoan Nassau where they attended the

school to relieve the now overcrowded' George, impossible situation, something that the beauties Yvcnne wedding of William Deveaux and
Washington Carver School, ians of this state have already accomplished are
There is no doubt that Carver School is overcrowdedand now improving.We .

some provision should be made for the ever increas-
ing number of children in the Grove, but' why cannot have beauticians in the state of Florida who LOTS FOR SALE
rank with the best in the nation. We
have beauticians
some other site be found, or other arrangements made to
take care of the overflow. qualified. to do demonstration work,.m all phases of Easy Terms

The school must look forward beauty culture. Build on TOUT lot
i' church, like the to ex .
pansion. It is unfair to condemn church property when We are appealing to all beauticians to wake up We take or mow
'Other property is available., .. I and attend these regular monthly meetings. A large care of financingNO
,\ What about the property just across the street from group attended 'the last called meeting We 'do not MONEY DOWN

;the school? Why couldn't the board release that site or discriminate against out-of-town operators and wel- Cash paid for your lots or

find: some other? come their ideas for improvement .orthe profession. home,
i(;; {. Certainly the Diocese Florida should be given more Our determination is to protect Florida beauticians SEYMOUR'BARON *
:consideration than the few citizens living near Carver by preventing, unauthorized qr unskilled persons

High School. from misleading certain groups within the beauty JE 8.1340

5y Let us hope the Dade County School Board will with- profession. .L*.-. r Licensed* Insurvtf -BuilderPAGE
j fdraw its suit and find some other site. and'
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7, ,A '. Miami \

: NZ ,, v a. Sportsmen Close NAPE HAVE 5TH.I


..N Season' ActivitiesThe ANNUAL DANCEThe
Square Circle: 'Sp rtsmen
....WEEK BEFORE last, an ad appeared ' Club' closed out their seasonal National< Alliance of Postal -
in the local newspaper I r activities last Thursday' night ) Employees and the Women '
. announcing the' opening for ,a 'V'8Ir_ __. with, a ,party for !their wives and auxiliary celebrated their 5th annual -
tiolf starter . apply Civil Service to vote fcr them. friends at the 535 Club ball April 24 at the ,'Harlem

Otfice, City of Miami. So..just There is,a lot \ could say about Chef Bellamy prepared a tasty Square Club.' The ball was well
to if Negro would be accepted buffet for the and .
see a lively ''
this, but I'm not going to., All I 'group attended and a very fine time 'was i
4 Sr I apied} and was accept I am gong! to say! Is please regis, cocktails and dancing was enjoy- enjoyed by all.
ed. I took the test and of course eft all.Mothers. '..
ter and then exercise your American by < Clerk Edward Hanna, dance .
if I pass and am lucky enoughto right . get out and vote. committee, Mrs. Ruby Scott,
land ithis job I'll take it. Reason Day Dinner president of the Auxiliary, Mrs.
I'm unemployed. But I said
: Bozeman and others
ROY HAMILTON is in town81'eOOi11l1 were very
all of this to say that we ate our a few days in the new ScheduledThe helpful in a successful evening. h
own worst enemies. home he 'bought here. It's nice to Brownsville Improvement

The Civil Service Board an- have tRoy in our community on Association is urging the public K
--, ,- nounces job opportunities with a 15th ave. near 56th st . and to help them cOInlete their com
from all of us we say, welcome munity center toy bringing your
The'members of Group No. 2 come one, come all tag and only
neighbor.I mother and family to a MQther'sDay
the Zeta Phi Beta few 'have. the
of Sorority a Negroes courageto ., Dinner. If haven't FOR SALE
------ a
Cinderella Ball Drive with to apply.. When I took that test I you
,HEARD the Butterball' 'on mother, 'please buy a dinner in
the winner of the Movie Monday there were 27 on
announce ,persons
I WMBM: and believe me he's play- memory of her to help furnish} .
camera, projector, screen andIlte hand, and I was the only Negrothere. srme real fine,music. His selec- this most needed center. The dinner .
bar set. The winning number .Now, I'm sure there'rc a .
tion sort will ,be Geor-
of makes :you think you prepared by
wag 18.M, and the winner; was lot of fellows who kndw more
are listening to John Eastman of gette. There will be plenty of
Mrs. Agnes Blake of 447 NW 15th golf than I, and ,there are a lot'o WINZ. Butteitball's diction and tables and waitresses on hand $85 -
st. The members wish further to yu Boilers who are out bf presentation are good, and more from 12 pm to 9 pjn.
express their thanks and apprec. work, but not one of you had the of this from all of our DJ's and Please call in for your reservation -
latlon to everyone who contributed moxie to see about this position. 50 percent better listening for I before Friday 'night, NE Per Month Rent
to this scholarship fund and I hpe I never hear another say everybody. This is not Intendedto 49360. The dinner will be serv-
helped them to win the Miss Cin- "The' White man trying to keep ,be a dig for anyone else, onlyas ed family style on Mother's Day,
derella Contest. us down." I say we are keeping a compliment to Melvin Smith, May 10. ,It's for your own home
and the
ourselves down -puttJng
better' known as the ButterballQUICK '
Elsa Barrow, a senior at Book. blame on the White man, 'in most '

er T. ,Washington High School, cases. When they give us a chanceto NOTES DEPT: Blanche RED'CROSSLEADERSHIP Best Neighborhood
expresses thanks to every an be something other than a por- Calloway is no longer associated
who helped her to, become Miss ter or a ditch digger, we don't I
with the Sir John. The Jim
Cinderella of 1959. take advantage of it. DAY MAY 2
Jam opens with weekend shows : 2 large bedrooms
....... .... Right now the city of Miami is again . Sir John's Sam Rabin '
!seeking colored policemen, but I spending a few hours in the 535 The annual Junior Red Cross
very few eligible young men bar and lounge , lUco has anew Leadership Day tor all Elementary ,Jalousied back porch
would apply. Another job is ofI| job, feeding 'babiesTHANKS' Schools of Dade County will
fared fcr bus drivers, and the ad take place at Douglas Elementary I large living room
never said 'white" or ,'colored," School on Saturday, May', from
Newsy but we don't apply. So from*now 9 am to 3 Mrs. Elizabeth
on, when you see an ad in tho The' officers and members of Espy Johnson, chairman of the dining room
want ad section, don't .be a'slacker Richmond Court No.5, Heroines Elementary School, Dade County -
apply, and' when you take of Jericho, wish to express their assisted by Mrs. Josephine modern, kitchen
these tests they don't use a name sincere appreciation to the courts, Mackey, principal of 'J. R. E. Lee
Walter Bows they use a number, so that means lodges, clubs and friends who Elementary School, Miss Mar- bath room carporte
that your race does not matter. helped to (make .our Palm Sun- garce Orr and Miss Rebecca .
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j day celebration a success. Spec- Johnson of Douglas Elementary
Mr. and Mrs. David Cooper, I WORD COMES from our unof- ial thanks to Mrs. Elizabeth Espy School will be in charge of the moderately priced
and aunt, Merlene Gates of the f.cial; mayor, Charles Hadley that Johnson. for her untiring, help. program, "Swim for Fun and
late Joseph Cooper, send thanksto the Conservation Board has, sent Thanks again and 'again. Safety" will be emphasized
,their relatives arid many an agent to investigate the rock- Mrs. Lillian Dean throughout the program of the small down
friends, Church, Lanier Junior pit on 54th St. where young Most Ancient Matron day. demonstration of swimming t- payment

High Sdvcol, Blanche Ely High, Jerry Smith lost his life. Our I _.. _.__ techniques and swim at the.
'and Attucks High chorus for the comflalne. is that the hole should n Dixie Park Pool under the direction -. 0
splendid program and for cards, be ,closed off or filled in, and Build up your social' prestige of William Miles, director 01.
flowers and condolences.The most of all put those gators in the Learn to dance at the pool, will be held during the ,',
Crandon Park Zoo. More details Don Strachan's Dance Studio morning. Films on both swimming ' Mrs. IIIInian
Rev. W.Foster of and results will be passed in to and safety, the Junior Red
7168 NW. 16th Ave PL 78766
Cross well the his-
Ebenezer Baptist Church, Hal- you. program as as
landale, was present at church tory of American Red Cross will
Sunday night after spending several PRETTY: Girl of e Week: Mrs. . be shown. FR 3-3178

days in the Jadkscn Memo Mable Marks . Policeman of Election of officers for the next
rial Hospital. He thanks the many the Week: : Lt. George W. Haller 75x100 CORNERWill school year will be conducted.The J. ROBINSON REALTOR

friends who went to see him. .' Teacher of the Week: 'Miss plan, finance and build day will conclude with a ,
Tcmmye Dos$. social time and refreshments
your home on large corner honoring principals, teacher
McKenzie sponsors -
Miss Gwendolyn ,
.SWELL NOW I've heard every-
and officers
See lot new
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
thing! A woman in a coffee chop
McKenzie, was married to EarlE. She N.W. St. .
talking to two other women. 72nd
Murray, son, of Mr., and Mrs.I sex, "I been living here all my
Walter Murray on Sunday. Both life, and I ain't voted yet. I figger and 21st Ave. ATTENTION SCHOOL TEACHERSWe
parents wish to thank the many these White folks downtown running And phone JE 8.3709
friends, far and near for the
beautiful gifts and cards., I'm alive.for office So,since don't they even know don't. CAPPER CONST. CORP. have beautiful 2 and 3 bedroom CBS Homes in

know me, they ain't going to do Liberty City area. FHA financing .
Beauticians' Unit No. 36 will nothing lor me. So I ain't going %
by selling; dinners at the home of For appointment to tee these homes, see
. Mrs. Margaret Edwards in Carver

Ranches on Tuesday, May 5 I FORD REALTY .
at the comer of 52nd ave. and
18th st. All members askedto
attend and the 'public are is invit- Holy RedeemerBAZAAR 821 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559

ident.ed. Mrs. Fannie Williams, pres ,. Open Saturday and Sunday

Godfrey Scavella is out of Me-

morial Hospital in Hollywood! ,
after undergoing a minor opera-
tion last Friday. He reported
Monday that he is doing fine. BLANCHE'SDRESS


Calling all .

; : 1301 N.W. 71st Street AND' VARIETY SHOP r\' 1'_I

BeauticiansFlorida '
I . I. ;>%:., : '., 1553.N.W.;'62nd' Styeet : .f

International Beauticians '.'i .* Next door to Pratt' Cleaning Plant /. '" :1'
Guild will meet Monday, :
4 9:30 at Greater : '
May : ajn. '
4jFRIDAY . ; ,... :
Bethel AME Church, 245 NW 8th MAY 1st lr '- r r
st. discuss matters of vital Importance : : !Sport'Shirts :... .' ..
to to all cosmetologists. 'r .. ..../s.1, p-nU'"",.,.!,, fa*; .Ulf JJ/' .

SATURDAY MAY 2nd Drm. Shirts ............ 1.98. _
: 2.98T. .. ..... .... ..
....... I, Shirts' .. .. 49* 69*
.- . Undershirts ...,,........._...?... 49* '
1 P.M. TO 11 P.M. Boy Shirts and Pants ..,.. 1.98
HICKS'Photo Pajamas .,........_._..._,.._ 2J8 ?
Studio Latest"'New York Styled Dresses

.M .
Ultra Fine Portrait Diapers ................._......-,.. $.39 Dresses ................................ 14.98
Reduced to ,.............. 11.V8
James E. Hick, Prop. .. ": w a < Grand Prize Saturday 11 p.m. Shoes ........................... M9 up .
Cotton Dresses _........_...... 2.98 Crlnollh' Slip ......_........... 2.98,
2440 NW 60th St. ", 't '*; J" Blouses. "#**...**.a* M_,._......... 2.81 8tralghtening'Combs' 69* ,. 1.98 v ,

Phone NE 3-3166 t 4... ..'I., . Bigger and Better Than Ever. Cotton Slip ..*,..._n"'....... 1J9 JuVllnj Iron A.__. 43* 2.1w -
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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1959 DEDICATED 23 Days in Europe

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"-AI -A --A London Frankfort

Along Freedom's RoadBy r 3 lit""' u u .P{ .. Lucerne Amsterdam Florence, Nice

& nome. Palls
: '. Monte Carlo

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In an address at the 11th annual very obvious lack of concern: is
convention of the Civil responsible for the thinking of Return New York July 14

Rights! Clearing House in Wash- many of the legislators in Tal- y -.
NAACP executive Roy lahassee at this time
Wilkins was concerned mainly i1
with the definition of a 'moder- However, I am not asking these & 2F' $963.00
ate.'.. questions of the (members of the $96.00 Down
NAACP or some feW' social action -
THE MODERATESaid groups in Florida: who are I 20 Months to Pay
concerned and show it. Call or write for Free Brochureon
Mr. Wilkins "The first Europe
mark ci a moderate must oe the If the majority of Florida Ne- NORTH'STRAVEL
conviction that the Constitutionas groes were registered voters; if ,
interpreted by the Supreme militant and determined branches i tIVk BUREAU
Court is the law and must be of the NAACP were active and 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
obeyed. The moderate must also aggressive in the matter of civil Phone FR 9-6779

be willing to explore ways and rights throughout Florida, I am Charles C.._North, Manager
means of complying with the rul- very certain that the thinking of
ing of May 17, 1954 which, together our representatives meeting in
with the implementing decree Tallahassee now would undergosome

of May 31, 1955, (gave the necessary and progressive Beautiful Home
true moderate ample room in changes. OB
which to maneuver. They were Your Lot

required to draw up a plan suited OUR APATHY COULD
to local conditions, submit it DEFEAT USI -----1 7w
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for approval to a local federal _
district court and proceed to am concerned over the lack of I J4
make a beginning good faith." concern of Florida Negroes and _
especially those in the Miami
area Those of us who live here :'
are fortunate in that we have a :
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moderates, the NAACP more enlightened environmentthan Complete building service
leader 'pointed out, did not take the rest of Florida. Negroesin The new and modern Pine Villa I Mrs Maude L. Chandler is principal -
advantage of this opportunity. the Miami area could press Elementary School of Goulds, was and Mrs. Florie Woodard, PLANNING
Before they could write a letter, forward much more vigorously dedicated on April 7 at 7:30: p.m. I reporter BUILDING

preach a sermon or deliver a lec- without much chance of reprisal. The service was held in accor- ... . .- "- .' . .' . FINANCINGYour
ture, practically the entire south- There is only one thing holding dance with the plan that has been !' : ;1i.' New Home
Negroes back here their apa- adopted by the Dade County :
ern tier, from the Potomac to the
Rio Grande were smothered under thy and seeming indifference. A School Board which includes a ..,. REPAIRINGREMODELING
new day b coming for Florida 30-oninute telecast. Little Ear- .
a blanket of social, economic ; .
But lene Oxford (right) a second .
Negroes, of that I am sure. .
and political treasures. Where ". ....; RENOVATINGOver
represented the school '
grade pupil
lot if
it could come a quicker -
these : '
measures have proved insufficient of the :
the portion
would wake to the
the dictators of south- up :.1 Twenty Years of
fact that with privilege goes responsibility program.
ern ,policy ,have not been too , Construction Experience
squeamish. to employ violence Freedom and changefor Mrs Elizabeth! N. Plttman, tS Guaranteed Satocfaction
the better is not easily come principal "f Poinciana Park Ele- e
Mr. Wilkins pointed out that the by; to gain these things require mentary School served as mistressof
true moderate must rely on the courage stamina, determinationand ceremonies of the school's 'i7& (b(3V'mmV (
courts These are the time-hon aggressiveness. Our apathy portion cf the program. The
ored judges of disputes for out could defeat us, or at least set us school's chorus under the direction (!)@lli 49
American way of life. When mod back years in our fight for free- of Mrs T D. Johnson ren- :kit
erate men seek to avoid conflict dom. Ask yourself these questions: dered several .selections and was NE 5-6171

and chaos, they go to court to resolve -. Am I concerned about my free. superb. EARLINE OXFORD 1121 N.W., 29th Street
dom? Am I a registered voter?
differences. We might
say Mrs. Maude L. Chandler, principal
that the NAACP Am I a member of the NAACP?
spokesman and is shown in the picture accepting -
attorney in Virginia who concluded If your answers are "no", ask the keys from Mrs. Kline, Personal Mention ........----
yourself another! question: iHow
an agreement with the attorney the School board's representative.
of the Cityof Charlottes- can I exqpect equal civil rights if Mr and Mrs Elwood Cook of Don't Fret Fight!
vile; on school desegregation I am not willing to make the effort Several local !rincipals were Detroit Mch., are house guestsof

examples of true moderates,were say Think to about obtain it.them for myself among services.the guests who witnessedthe 13th Mrs.ave.Nancy Pate at 6831. NW Join The NAACP

ing in effect: this _is not oompletely -
as we would want it, but I
the city is proceeding on a sound
plan in good faith and Negro cit- NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP -RUPTURED -

izens will cooperate.SEGREGATIONISTS.


Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TIME.
CONCERNEDThe 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 ,

Piles Rectal Diseases DR. LONG'S CLINIC
Florida Legislature Is
now Patent Medicine Incense
in session. What bills be e A General Health Service
\passed is not known at present, A complete line of Drug Sundries at popular pricesA Reducing 21 S.W. 13th Ave. FR 3-2748

and can only be guessed at by aU selected variety of human hair

Floridians. However, it b very Gifts of all descriptions
obvious where thb concern of the

members of the Legislature lies. SPECIAL: A variety of good hair dressing ................ 10c per Jar
Since the defeat of John B. Orr DON'T FORGET THE
Jr., to a man, the members of the Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. .

Florida Legislature are against John A. McMinn, Owner.
de-segregation In fact, even limited
desegregation of any Florida MOONLIGHTBOAT I
school goes against the cain of
most of the legislators. Some few
, , , .
members I T I I r T I I I "I I I I
have put themselves on
record as saying they do not ap. RIDE
PLaza 9.6689 Hours 1015.8
prove cf the closing of any public -
school in Florida. We might .
interpret this as being a half-
hearted acceptance of the fact of 1 FRI. NIGHT MAY 8
limited (and very limited, Indeed - ,
) de-segregation.
AT 8:30 P.M.
There' are other matters to be
taken up at this session, of the
Sponsored by the
legislature, but the main con-
cern is the problem Ylr OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITYThe
gation. They are working night
and day in committee and on the

floor of the legislature to try to s boat will leave from the east end of MacArthur

maintain here the is status cbvious quo. The militantand concern I Causeway near the Blimp Base. Plenty of fun, danc

determined and could, resultin Vri ing and good music during the 3 hours cruise.

some very repressive racial.
bills Conch salad will be on sale. Prizes will be given

WHERE IS OUR CONCERN Admission-$2.00 jI j

(Now let us take the Negro I
population in Florida and ask
"o rselves some certlnent: ques- TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW OR MAY BE PUR

tions.;,Number one: where "b the THE YAEGER CLINIC CHASED AT THE BOAT OR CALL NE 6-2030-

determinedconcern of Florida General Practice Obstetric FR 1-8072 AND ASK FOR MANNIE HUTCHESON
Negroes regarding the question of Naturopathlq Medicine Chiropractic
_ de-segregation? Number two: Don't The
Forget Time, Place or Date
1177 N.W. 62nd
direare the votes of Florida Street Miami, Florida
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY !
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I MAY 2, 1959 PAGE 7 \


I .:................NNNNHN..:::.....N:N was one among the models who ;t< ., I\
: designed her own fashion both .< >
Sunlight ChitChatP. hat and dress.
B. Jcnes reporter The models were simply adcr- *
able. M. had Other
I............................................... students King were; E.charge.Thomas, R. J i

i Beauty Isntt'everything, but Rogders, B. Brown, Monroe, R. f
lit sure gets you\ first in a lot of I Grace, S. Gadsen, J. Carter andY \ r
places! : Williams T
t'f The students witnessed a won- The students have set aside t*
: : derful fashion review recently Thursday for evening of creation *

.. :p L J w'h'ch was quite Interesting. where operators create a style ,
.. : Th3 students model fashions for her model and there Judged J
': . that could be worn any sesasonof originality..
' ... . the year, those for evenings' If you should at any time wishto
: . 1 and parties and most of all, their ( be with us on thes occasion, do ; .
.. latest spring fashion. C. Brooks drop in. i It

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Mrs. Charles L. Williams, past tablishment ot a hospital for RauJs immediately following the NEW LOCATION :
State and National PTA president, :psychotic children in Broward Memorial Service directed by Mrs.
state chairman, Procedure and County.. Cherry Mills Doyer. Attucks TO BETTER SERVE t j
By-l tWs; Mrs. Elizabeth E. JO'hn-:1: High, J. E. Ely, principal, has extended .
son, past state president,. District The meeting was called by the an invitation to the district MIAJMI AND DADE COUNTYSue's 1 1Ft
chairman Workshop and Parent district chaplain, Mrs. Cora for the Fall meeting. I .
Education; Mrs. Victoria 'Webb,
past district president and his Health & Reducing Center '

torian; Mrs. Lucille H. Phillips Tuskegee Alumni Gaining Weight?
chairman, art committee; Mrs '
Qaeen Esther Armstrong F C NewsThe Want to Reduce? 601 NW2nd Ave. ;

Martin PTA secretary; Mrs. Kay local association of the If and __ .... ............
Collins,, F. C. Martin PTA fin n- Tuskegee Alumin held its annual you are gaining weight -'" 'J < -
cial secretary; Mrs. Florence scholarship! Holloway, F. C Martin PTA home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert and Reducing' Center, now w- -
president; Mrs. Mae Golden, district Crosby on 50th st. In Browns cated at 601 NW 2nd ave. 10-1 \
guidance chairman; T. Z. ville l Sunday, April 12. Harris was formerly located
Roux: district vice president; Mrs I We wish to extend cur sincere Sir John Hotel, but because she TV REPAIRS
Dorothy L. Sanford, district president I thanks to those who helped to wanted to ex;and and offer her :
; Mrs. Cherry Mills Boyer, make this affair a tremendous services to a larger portion of the (
district safety. chblrman; Mrs. success. Special thanks to all community she moved into larger
Cera Rawls, district chaplain, participants. en 'the program: The quarters. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3 j
Mrs. Docia Howell, district sec. soloists, organists and those who Willie Coffee, the young man
retary; Mrs. Gertrude Mathews, gave appropriate readings here who overcame his handicap of DRIVE-IN SERVICE .it
district reporter; Mrs. Ruby Wat- all stars in their field. being blind by specializing in .f
son, past district president and Gratitude to the Crosbys for massaging, 'will assist her. .-
state chairman, pre-school ser the use cf their home. The setting Sue Harris is a registered nurseand 1
vice; Mrs. Beatrice Hill, Broward was superb for the occasion. physical therapist, who* has ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup
Ccunty Council president; Arthur Guests included many of the been assisting Dr. A. W. Henry s '
Mays, past district president and leading citizens of the city and for many years, and is known to and Delivery-No Charge "
district treasurer; Mrs. Katie their friends from other cities be very efficient and competentIn
Alexander, F.C. Martin PTA and states. her field. She invites the pub-
treasurer; Mrs. Genesta Sweeting, See you again for the same lic to come in and see her new
Dade County Council President, occasion next spring. place and to talk with her about
and Mrs Beatrice! Rahming Rob- I John C. Capers, president your; health and weight problems IERIUN PROMO t
inson, Dade County Council> vice E. C. ,Thomas, reporter Some of the services offeredarc
president.The : electronic> spot-reducing, co.
Ionic irrigation, whirl-pcol baths, + 114)NlH.61""' "" S1." 'RADIOS / / +
Duke U. Debaters
annual meeting of the 10th mechanical! gym, facial! packs and / I Y Yf
district, Florida Congress cf Col- Defeat A&T massages. .,
ored Parents and Teachers was Blanche: Callo",'-ny. nationally- +. AUTO / +
held last Saturday with the Greensboro, N.C.' A debate known entertainer, will serve as 7y o 1 1 1
Frank C. Martin Elementary PTA team representing Duke University ,public. relations counsellor for the
as host. The local program was I defeated A and T College Ina health center.
well resented by pupils of the match held here last Tuesday Fcr appointments call FR 1-2771
school. Principal Walter A. White night bctucen 10 a.m. and 10 pm.,
was gracious' in his welcome. The Arguing the subject. "Resolved: Monday thru Friday
annual message of the president, I That the Further Development of
Mrs. Sanford was on "Responsibil Nuclear' Weapons Should Be Prohibited American Phono TV Corp.
Through International
ities of Unit and District Offi- Build up your social prestige
cers." Betty Ann Laws, studentof Agreement," the affirmative team
Lanier J. Ugh School, read a from Duke swept to a unanimous Learn to dance at
2243 NW62nd Street NE 5-7225
short paper on "What The Teen- decision in the opinion of the
Don Strachan's Studio
three judges.
Expects of Adults; prior
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coke-break.; 'Roots of Happiness" were Steve Braswell, a freshman:: .....'..................-....-................._................_v................._..rr'.yr.vl.v.v vvv_.....'.wv/................... .._
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presented by Mrs. Henriques, Ashland, Ky. ., tItt
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educator and discussion leader Walter Johnson, Greensboro J
from the Mental Health Society sophomore and Wallace ,
a freshman from BRAND NE'W'
The business session opened immediately composing the A and T wortham'l f"3
following luncheon. bated the negative side/ N
The report of the State PTA I
meeting was given by the district .u A
president. Dade County was win- ASTHMATICSVant N t
ner of the Stanleigh Muriel Memorial FURNISHED APTS. 1 tu
\ simple, effective relief I 1't;
Cup for attendance. For from choking, rocking bron
ty-one delegates and visitors were chlal< asthma ..p..m1 (lot grim 1 '
registered. The Cup will remainin ,
ln llrrntheiM) see what yon '
Dade County until the next bare been missing. There' no ?

Slate Discussion meeting on February the state 1960.level substitute easy Inhalant for and original'nebulizing Hreath-set<< :III:(

Got comfort by breathing. Guar Modern II

June the was national directed 21-24 at PTA toward Bethune-Cookman convention plans for for anteed.J & .J DRUG DBPT. 8TOIIK Iii Large Airy t#

Oc liege. On the district level organization
plans for the district N '

meetings, workshops and (general N; ELECTRIC
financing were offered. Reportswere TOOTH N r
freer rill +
received from the county orate a
councils and district standing ACHE leer tile.l Pale 'n N WATER u
riA1e yes ere once Used byoaIn
committee chairmen.
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Resolutions were drawn up it roll can tllouundaNo .
rah /u fe f II GAS h i
be sent to the State Legislature for a eNoahatlintORA.JELs I
regarding the preservation of, the fe ,t
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It pays to be (prepared. Do you I
In.Around The. Bahamas have fall out protection? Can you ,
recognize warning signals? You
can learn family 'preparedness in NE 5-3513 N.W. ,22nd Ave. & 69th St.

I .___ By A. H. McKENZIE six hours. This class will be held

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and 18, from 8 to 10 pm. Miss FRIDAY SATURDAY
St. Barnabas Church was the I som. The Paiges Miles, were Geraldine Jackson, RjN., Dad e
scene olf a Nuptial Mass on last guests at Worrells Guest House, County Civil Defense, will be In *
Sunday, 10:29: ( ajm., when Mis and the Ransoms were guests of charge '' 'THESE 11111oSwi Muw
(, Yvcnne Maldora Michael, only i Mrs. Pearl Taylor's Guest House. Ot evs scopE
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. MI- The party who were old friendsIn -
chael, was married to William R. New York, came to Nassau for __ --.ftI'bL rHousm.Hinsf
Deveaux, a member of the staff a three weeks vacation. While ;
of the Miami Times. After the I here they' expressed themselvesas RITZTHEATRE
reception, the couple left by Pan having a wonderful time and 9r .
American Airline for Jamaica on hope to come back again in the
their honeymoon."So near future. I

that others will take heed, Among their treasured visits to NOW PLAYING"IMITATION M ON LRB!
visit to COLLEGE
I am 'ijoing, to make an exampleof places of interest were a
both of you," said MagistrateM. our House of Assembly and a visit -
J. Thcmipson' to Emanuel Tay- to Government House where t
lor .bringing a .32 revolverinto they had the pleasure of being
the colony, and James presented to His Excellency by OF LIFE"In
Smith for having it in his pos- I C. H.. Reeves who also arranged -
session en April 20. Taylor was for them to visit the assembly. Brilliant Color
sentenced to three months In prison I During their stay their friendliness .
and cheerful disposition made M !mIK! ;_.. -
and fined $140. Smith was I
fined $140 or six months. for them a large number of S1ARKIN0 ,
friends.On . . .. .
The Rev. John Taylor, his wife . ARTHUR FRANZ JOANNA,MOORE
and three children'left Nassau on Friday, April 24 His Royal wfeh
April 30 fcr Dallas, Texas, wherehe Highness' the Duke of Edinburgh, CAPITOLTHEATRE mm nnMuwr mm ..tilE' SEAS1SUNDAY
has' accepted the appointment' King Consort of Englandt and the .
of Vicar of St. Barnabas Church : British Empire arrive In Nassau
He ,has filled the post of Curateat for his first visit. An elaborate
St. Agnes since September, program of social and tther activities MONDAY TUESDAY
1957, and held the same positionat were arranged for his en-
St. Phillips' New York, before\ joyment.Mrs. 7 Big Days -1 9:06 Only
coming to Nassau

Herman Pyfrom made a STARTING InMETRO ,,r
Emanuel Robert Francis, 92, perfect score on April Hand I l s
died at his home at Bailey Town, won the Nassau Daily Tribune's Sat. Midnite CotoR
North Bimini, on April 14. He is Coinword 'prize of $378. She had M-Q-M Presents-lovers,trapped
survived by twu sons, ElisHa and been working/ on the puzzles for I 7t In a flaming historic moment I II k Y
Harold; t two daughters, Mrs. Ella a long time without success. But Sunday, May 3rd DEBORAH YUL f !
Saunders and Mrs. Rosa Levarity this was. cine of the times when r
; 30 grandchildren, ;139 great- persistence paid.A e I KERRBRYNNER.ANATOLELITVAK'S '
,grandchildren, and 24 great-
grandchildren total of contract LOVE ACROSS Produdioftaf
great a tw.o- was signedby
197 living descendents. the Hotel Association and the THE LINE "THE JOURNEYS' I
Catering Workers' Union and ROBERT MORLEY E. C. MARSHALL
Mrs. Doris Johnsont, who has the Bahamas Hotel Association onAiril o I wlffi KURT KAUNAK.DAYIDRDSSDfF.MARIDAFINS
completed studies at Toronto U . -
11. The contract covers Nat "King" Cole ,JASON ROBARDSJR.
for the master of education degree about
1,500 workers, with approximately -
returned to Nassau on
800 in the union and
April 14. Mrs. Johnson is the 14 hotels. Julie London t !T.! '
r rn1Iflhjfflg'I '
leader of the Woman Suffrage I I
Movement in the (Bahamas She It provides for a minimum James EdwardsIN ,
will be awarded the dogere in I wage scale; a 48-hour week with #
Canada on May 27 and plans to time and a 'half for over time;
study for the doctorate in education annual leave with pay for those
at New York University.Last with five or more years conlnu-
otiS service, and sick pay for one Night Of I' ..r.ualcAamr.>.
weekend Nassau was all week. The contract becomes effective .
"dressed to welcome first as
up" His
May 1.
..Iomr IYEIS. director...Is'
Royal Highness Prince Phillip The GEOIWl JODS81 .
Duke of Edinburgh, and he was Commissioner ,, Granger Produced by A.C.lsla.Duedeb lines' G nry.iap,,,,ley, II !
given a right royal welcome. has been transferred y Ted Berkmllllll4 Repheel Eau.Based 011 e Scrtenpl"., Grjnepsryhy
Every section of Nassau's, society,' post at Rock Sound to the from police his Quarter .,, w.1&Irnett Fro a[Mwl y 0.....Creer IIIoWt 1 I. ,
along with Out Island Commissioners
force with the rank of superin I
-and their wives did honor tendent.

to the Queen's husband. At that he has been called from the Moon"HERE'S
George Town, Exuma, the Duke, commisslonenship to the police I
met a large crowd at the annual I department Mr. Granger has WHAT HAPPENS STARTS WEDNESDAY -
regatta Friday night the State served the community insur-

Banquet Government was held in House the ballroomat after ance agent, superintendent as of St. WHEN SWEETHEARTS I Millions ofgirisneedlourorkJustaslddPutyourself :
Agnes Sunday School. He received in a society
which a reception: was, given for. his military training in the DARE TO DEFY THE in my place-employed too.
1500 persons; in the garden. rmed Forces during World War home. Perhaps like me, you are uniformed
The school children of the city A 4 The family's son took full advantage.of me.

gave a demonstration at Clifford, Then he proved to be -
Park on Monday at 10 awn, dvance In Prices spineless
ma'i'klng' the end of the Duke'avisit Pt\Y.I\\ a
before he left for England Advertise It LiDo kind. I was lucky to

via Bermuda At this affair one _.. have Dr. Laurent to
of the numbers sung by the child- - turn to in my hour; of ,'
ren was, "Sailor Prince," composed j ,>
by Timothy Gibson, Boardof fear. He saved me
Education music master for you own property in the Bahamas? and delivered my

New Providence. without undue
Would you like to sell-or buy? pain. That's
The Nassau' Carver Garden
Club of wich Mrs. M. J. Thompson WRITE TO i why I wanted you
is president with her com- to see it. Then
mittee composed of Mrs. Anatol you'll have no unanswered
Reeves Rodgers, Mrs. Mildred SANDS REALTY questions 4I
Dillett, Mrs. A. F. Adderley, Mrs. '
Eddie .Bethel, Mrs. Pearl Cox, about. .. ..
Mrs. Cleveland Eneas and others P.O. Box 1147 Nassau Bahamas ,., > '. :: \ .
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, <: ,.; .
*ave a teenage fashion show on j JI "
Aril/ 3 at St Benedicts Hall to t.' .
a crowded audience. The .:. "' !f.: : < 4f' :':'T'.....' .
Tastefully decorated' hallwas for the l "".", .P. ,...._.., ..,,_...._ ...-II<- j" .

occasion and tea was served during AT-UrfAt
the afternoon. The fashions : t1 1' :

displayed were from an ordinanry STAR MEAT MARKET ,,
school dress up* to an evening :

frock and were all beautifully 1U.B1RTH1;
designed by Madames Pearl Cox, \ cu
Eva Williams, Miss F. Grangerand \L 1520 N.W. 62nd Street ,' ,. .

Mrs. Bingham. :> as dramatically presented in t I

Music for the occasion was fur- '

nfcibed pqpul&r by cancert Coleridge artist.L. C. Reeves., THE MARKET WITH., COURTEOUS SERVICE .:. ." 'Tease of Dr. Laurent I

'.The whole affair was a r i
success. L. NICOLE COURCEU J 1
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'Aerent- .arrivals] Nassau were Fresh Meat-Low Prices1711 Plus Walt Disney's ". I
Judge Taige Miles and Mrs. .T 0 N K AU. !

-Miles of New York City, andLai STARRING SAL MINEO' .
., ea'andiMrs.( .tJem j -.IRsla...
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MAY 2, 1959 PAGE 9

\ BY, ELLIOTT, J. PIEZE I Winners Announced I At 2.tadium Sunday .1

In Mays Table Tennis .
LEGISLATURE SETTING,. the present time he finds himself v
NEW RECORD In the middle. Just what to final U a ,Tournament .

Some kind of a new record is outcome, -your guess Is as Johnny Black, senior high of
current. good as mime! Homestead and Otis Armstrong
being established by the
junior high of Goulds, recently
Florida State Legislature in ,
session I
LT. ALBERT C. FERGUSON/ won prized Harvard Gold Medals
in Tallahassee. Just what REUNION DAY SPEAKER I Imen's "I
in the senior men's and junior
kind of record whether very First Lieutenant Albert C, Fer- ".' 7: singles championships respectively J ..
gcod or bad cannot be ..
very -
guson has been selected as the I in the exciting Harvard +
fully evaluated* until the session principal speaker at the annual Table Tennis just concluded -

comes to a close. But it can be Reunion Prc:grain, sponsored by at Mays Htgh gym. Both win-
said that the current session will the Booker T. Washington High ners showed fine table tennis

go down in history as one of the School Alumni Association. Lieu- "S\ technique as they drove through.
most bitter in the' history of the tenant Ferguson was a member 31 hard-fought preliminary

state. The race question, in all Cif:i the class of 1949, which will matches' before defeating their respective -
of its many pHases{ Is taking!' its celebrate its first reunion after s ) runner-ups in fastmoving S

tell among the lawmakers to suchan ten years out of school. Fergu- S" final matches. Black, winnerof
extent that it's anybody's son's subject will be announcednext ,? \ the senior men's crown defeated -

guess on just how much damage week.In Harold Smith before 100.I .
will be done to the state as a addition to the address, there breathless spectators I KING TUT Baseball, and
whole as a result thereof. will also !be tknely remarks by Harry L. Cole, local tourna- mythical magic by the one and
But the is not the D ment director, will present tho
race question representatives of the classes of \ only rock 'n' roll King Tut, himself .
only one that is contributing td 1939 and 1929, who will1 cele- Harvard Table Tennis Tournament should be the formula for a "f

the antagonism of many .of the brating on the same occasion. Gold Medals and inscribed packed park when this ageless /1[

lawmakers. Selfishness, greed, Tournament Award Certificatesto diamond performer celebrates his
and obvious intentions to get all INVITATIONS MAILED ,both winners at a special 30th anniversary; year with the
they could for their individual ..Invitations for the Reunion Ball "Screwball of Baseball" presentation ceremony. The fabulous Idlanapolls Clowns, as
selfish interest, irrespective _oi slated for Friday, June 5 at 10 names of both winners in the local the world colored baseball champions -
Bobo Nlckerson will be In''
p.m. at te Harlem Square, will contest have been
permanently -
what effect it have
may on the cross bats with the crack
stout with the likes of
be In the mall beginning the company recorded in Harvard's Book of
vast majority of the people of Georgia Flyers' nine at the Ml t
ond week. In this month. The In* Ole King Tut, Midget Bebop, Champions. This book containsthe
the state, are also playing major ami, Stadium on Sunday, May 3,
Natureboy Williams, as he steps
vltatlons should be Lh the hands names of all winners in the
roles among a .goodly( segment of out on the diamond to entertainfor 2:30: p.m. In ,a baseball; game and
of the guests not later than May tournaments held througout the entertainment spectacle
the man into whose hands the the fabulous Indianapolis
15. Funds raised from the spo>n* nation.
.destiny of the state now lies. Clowns, who meet the Gerogla '
aorshlp of the Reunion Ball will
Flyers at' Miami Stadium, Housing Managers
Sunday ,
GOVERNOR IN MIDDLEFor go to the Alumni's annual scholarship DILLARD HIGH
May 3 under auspices of the MIami I
award.'Quarter. On Tour
Colored Police Benevolent
reason over which he has
Association. Bobo will treat early Mgr. Eugene E. Kemp and
little or no control, Governor LeRoy *
Collins finds himself Moon at arrivals to a tremendoiu pro NHS RELAYSThe Asst. Mgr James M. Reid, of
square ,show as the feature of the Housing
game Liberty Square Projectand
ly In the middle: between the Capitol"Night Dillard High School Tigers
Clowns comedy funshow department. Mgr. Kenneth T. Williams,
people and the lawmakers. Because of Ft. Lauderdale won the first
Game time Is 2:30: p.m. James E. Scott Homes, spent last
Collins his been labeled a of the Quarter Moon"tells annual Northwestern Relays
week in Atlanta where they vii'ited
moderate a frank and uncompromising track meet Saturday at North-
on the race question, 6 housing projects and five
many of the diehard segregation story of a marriage considered western High. Ten schools' completed -
I with a controversial subject. urban renewal sites; and Chatta-
lets are deliberately opposing any unacceptable in today's socie- "Night of. the Quarter Moon"Sunday nooga, Tenn., where they visited +
+nd every bill that the governor ty and of two people who fought opens at the Capitol Ft. Lauderdale scored 86 to two' housing projects and the urban -
recommend. to the Legislature their 'taboo" through a series of Theatre. Miami Carver's 841 V4. Northwestern renewal program.

Regardless of ,how sound the bill stark dramatic. episodes leading was third ''With 56 points and They exchanged experienceswith

may be or how much they can up to a sensational courtroom climax North Dade had 6. personnel in Atlanta who

mean to the state, the diehards NAACP BREAKFASTScott Eugene Tynes of Lauderdalewon manage 4,054 unit and in Chat-
are opposing them for no reason An Albert Zugsmith Productionfor the mile and participatedon tanooga who manage 1,105 units.
other than the fact that Collin. Is MOM, it follows Zu..smifs Homes Auditorium two winning relay teams. -the They stated that, in a very short "i'

for them. Collins Is trying to do last 'oU-4>eat film, "High School 880 and 440. Carver's James while, the projects in Miami will !
a" good Job as governor, but at Confidential! which also dealt Sunday, .June 14 Cambridge won te 100 in 9.9 be the best in the country

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Y's Men Club Has THE MAMI TIMES-'% Peoples' Newspaper

International, VisitorsThe [Let's Go Camping

Y's Men's Club had its The lot -
George Washington Car- Let's
first a 'guest recent at Saturday.Its weekly The meetingon guests ver Branch of the Young Mdn'si, For registration, fees, dates and FAMU Playmakera 'Musical Tribute

Christian Association begins reg- I any other information concerning '
Jose were Acevedo Senores Nelson of Peru.Caceres.They were and istration for its Summer Camping'! any of the three camping pro- At Lincoln Univ. The Mt. Zion Baptist Church

in Miami attending the convention Programs; Weekend Camp, Day' grams, please contact Franklin D. choir No. two Invites the public
of the Inter-American Bar Association Camp, .and Residence Camp. I Ross, program director of the Jefferson City, Mo. Mem- to its annual musical tribute to
and Senor Caceres is These three different camping I Carver Branch YMCA, 5770 NW bers of the Florida A and M Un- Mothers on Mothers' Day, May "

the district governor:of Y's Men's programs, are especially arrangedto I 15th ave., or !phone OX 6-0231. iversity Playmakers presented 10, 4 to 6 pjn. at :Pharr Out,"4720

Clubs of Peru. To us.'he, brought suit the needs and desires of Thornton Wilder's "Happy! Jour NW 31st ave.Charles .
greetings from Peru and described the youngsters, as 'well as'the parents' Friendship Garden ney" and described their recent C. ,Miller, president

the activities of the clubin Camping affords youngsters V S. State Department sponsored Rev, E. T. Graham. pastor

his country. The economy of the privilege of Democratio And Civic Club African tour during the National ., M9
the country was also described. living in the great out-of-doors, Drama and Speech Arts Associa-
Neither of our guests had an helps them develop stronger In tion annual convention- which was -
Thursday, 15
April the club
body, keener in mind and nobler
of ade-
understanding English met on the lawn of the president held at Lincoln University recently -
in character under the CARVER 'y'OPENsccLEARN.
quate for conversational pur- learershipof Mrs. J. M. Coleman .
poses, and members present had trained Christian gutdanfce.: Attending the conference fromA
May 1-3 is the date ,and beautiful The purpose of this meetingwas .
an equal knowledge of Spanish, and M Aranha
'Vlant' were Raymond .
study. Mrs.
therefore, Robert Singleton, a Owaissa-Bauer is the camp- from the horticultural William Larklns Charles Williams TO SWIM"CLASSES
to the city acted ing ''ground. This is to
newcomer as camp open helped to bring gardening back Barbara Edwards, Dorothy
interpreter enabling us to exchange boys and girls) teenage and
the Taylor
into club in an active way. Gwendolyn Benyard, De-
Ideas that the previously grade school youngsters desirousof
She domonstrated various typesof loris White, Jeanette King, Director -
planned (presentation did not having a wholesome, (unpacked plants and revealed the names S. Randolph Edmonds, The G. W .Carver Branch
cover. To be remembered Senor weekend. I YMCA has opened registration
of and
many rare specimens. Alphonso Sherman, techni
Caceres presented' a miniature cal director for swimming classes Its contribution -
llama and a banner from his clubto Hiking, swfanmkug, boxing, The club ladles as well RS Sherman appeared to the 'Learn to Swim"
curs. \ campfires, and nature studies are their guests were fascinated over on several 'panels' campaign
but a few bf the wholesome recreational I the lessons learned about gardening i
Saturday, April 11 Dr. Torresof activities that will be from this charming char- CANCER CRUSADEThe According to Franklin D. Rocs,
Argentina was guest at the offered. acter and wish for her an early program director classes will
first luncheon meeting of the Qualified t counselors are with return. Central area for the American commence Tuesday, May 5 at 3:30:
club. He is an attorney of that the campers at all times. Of the Cancer Society's Cancer pin at the spacious Sir John
country and in his informal discussion Commence registration now. Mrs. Navolla many plants their for which Crusade, 'held here last week, ,is swimming pool. Through the generosity -

he vividly'' described the The Day Program boys and cal names we share gave /with botani-the headed by Mrs. Edward BraynonSr. of Mr. Sam Rabin owner
way of life in Argentina. His girls) is scheduled for June 8* following: you ., of 1525 NW 5th court Mrs. of the pool being offered, t h e
understanding of. English enabled July 31, and will be held at the Braynon state, "I am most ')bratich is offering swimming
him to express himself withoutan new headquarters of the YMCA. White shady brush-Pachura happy with the results of this classes for youngsters of all ages
interpreter and his presentation This program is designed primarily 'Lady of the Night Brunsfelsia year's Crusade. On the night ol under certified personnel

was well received.The for 'Working parents who desire Orange Jasmine Murruya the drive, voluntter workers col- '
club's charter has been The branch requests aU 'parents
Bird of Paradise
to have their lected more than the entire figure
youngsters' participate
received from the national office Shrimp Plant Beleperone and I to have their youngsters registeras
in supervised donated by this last
and the club will be inducted' at programs Orchid Tree BohemiaWe area early as (possible at the YMCA.,
the Southern: Area Council meet- supervised programs during the year. With the "Not at Home"envelopes 5770 NW 15th ave. or call OX
ing on May 2 at the Empress iummer. are happy to see one of still rolling in, we have 6-0231 for additional Information
Hotel on Miami Beach. Crafts devotions, archery, cook- our honorary tourist members, every reason to believe that our
The Y's Men's Club of Carves outs, and swimming are numbered Mrs. Pate rapidly convalescing Cancer Crusade was extremely /Mrs. Athalie Range Is chair-
YMCA preparing( to undertake among the vast recreational, after a recent operation She was successful in our area." man of Camp Swim Committee.

projectsthat will benefit the 'Y' and o educational 0 __ __ activities offer present with her usual enhancing I
. as well as the community ed at the YMCA. smile and was accompanied
Competent well trained men, by two of her friends, Mrs. Cook NEED MONEY!
BIAS and women counselors serve on I from Detroit and Mrs Brown
BOY SCOUT the staff Lunch is also served from Cleveland. .. lit and 2nd mortgage loans $1,000 pay $21.21 mo.

CAUSES FUSS Pay off all your bills $1,500 pay $31.88 mo.
Residence is scheduled The next meeting will be heldat
( Camp Qe j additional oath $2,000 pay $42.59 mo.
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
for August 22-29 at the modern
Cath- of Those Balloon
N.C A Oet Rid
HAVELOCK, Willie Payments ?
Gibson in their Liberty
YM Camp at Lake Placid The
olic boy scout troop here has
City home. FREE-24 hour
withdrawn from scouting activity major objectives of this camp inspectionNo

because the regional council op- are to help each boy achieve independence Read the Times for details of Cost to You
erates on a segregated basis : and self reliance, to the annual tea which (will be heldon '
Father Frank P. Howard, pastor develop an appreciation for God the 3rd Sunday in May at the Dade-Broward Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL

[ of Annunciation pariah here, I and nature through a better understanding Sir, John Club room. ANYTIME
I turned in the parish's charter of the great'outot: I
after he was informed that a Negro doors, to develop Eflclll the acquisition Miami : FR 7-4812' Hollywood : WA 3-7071

boy, in his troop would not of which would be difficult I I
welcome at a regional outing. in a city environment, to J. A. BURROWS
The parish's Boy Scout Troop create his own philosophy of life,
304 has 30 members, one of whom and finally to 'develop group liv- TRANSFERFor .

is Negro. ing with boys of his own age.
Father Howard said the East- (boys only) quick, dependable N NI
Carolina Scouts of Am-
ern Boy includes
The program : Swim- Service
erica Council told him that It is
ming, crafts, devotions, chapel,
a segregated organization archery, boating, canoeing and I Phone OX 1.9163
said that anyone who accepted its
charter had to accept and abide hiking. I 1742 N.W. 67th St.
There will be one counselor to
by its bylaws.
!Returning the charter, Father i, every ten campers. I I Specializing in furniture r
: Camping is educational, camping ,
Howard wrote to the council, "If I movingI
we had known that you were set is recreational, camping is I
up on a segregated basis, /we wholesome, and camping is fun.
would never have sponsored a I
troop in the .first place."

Foretells Your LifeI THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS 15727 N.W. 7lk AVENUE a MIAMI,FLORIDA.*....., OX Mill, OX I4J4IOMIT

will tell your past or no charge IN DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES u4 AtktlU Rue,Ow.,. Clear RM,.. u...... EMhtewrvMrrJ MmtorALONZA
made, and foretell the future and
straighten out your life to the best 1 I

wry of my.ablUty, The Largest Organization of

besed0A25 years experi- ita Kind in The South Serving
t ence. You have
read and heardof People"For Sympathetic and Economic Serrlcee

the accuracyif predictions Fast, Efficient Service" Call L.PRESIDENT L. BROOKS AlonzA Prancfa, Director and Embalmer

my, which Dr. J. M. Smith and lira. Erelyn Doers ETSDSDualneaa

were mentioned ,L'- Associates
on the "Meet )..... Elizabeth Espy Johnson Itaalneaa Manager
TV % : .
The Press" Bpacoas. Modern Chapel and Slumber Iloora
Program, of Sept. "
[ 30, 1956. To order 'I :- -GrN Y, INC.Y 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami Florida

the Double 'e- FR 9.5381 Phone PL 4-2857 Y

Doe Anderson Offer, which ...... 'mt r
includes the Ancient Mezuzah, .. NOT AFFILIATED WITH, FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME

the beautiful amulet worn for its 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
religious significance and as an
to repel .. 1800 N.W. 73rd ST. PL 8-9827 ,, . ,, ,
Omen, alleged by many L L **-*-"-- g -*--*-*-*--*--* -* "-
Evil, containing the promise of 3461 GRAND AVE. t HI 4-2447 .
Qed made to Moses inscribed in 4240 N.W. 27 AVE. NE 63468 -
Hebrew (Deut. 6 Vs. 4-9), and the 7102 N.W. 14TH AVE. PL 1-0327 lent distinction to our name
Biblical Incense (Rev. 8-4); ) con- 6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. PL 8-8990 Our, moat ,carefully guarded assets arc the respect and confidence *

taining a blessing with the suggested 17325 Homestead Ave. of the p.opl.of Miami. ..
prayers. Psalms 23 and Perrlne CE 6.3553 They have been fostered by helpful' understanding and praetl$
1112, send $6.00 ,plus. 6c postage or 1022 N.W. 6TH ST. pay (postman $6.00 plus charges Ft. Lauderdale ir I JA 23474
302 eklll, and knowledge of requirement
West Gordon Ave., Rossvllle, Ga. RD., Pompano ; WE 18235 By quiet efficiency and good taste.By .
The $.00 is THE PRICE OF THE 14460 N.W. 22ND AVE. ;j facilities of claaale dignity and home Ilke atmoa
DOUBLE OFFER ONLY NOT Opa Locka ,j' MU 80617 .,.*.
MY PRICE FOR ANY SPECAL 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. / FR 46331 By resolute principle and human sympathy.
appointments for readings or Ft. Lauderdale t JA 23474 Theee, through the "Service, ," have lent distinction to our name

special or write work me at phone the above CAnal address.2-6719 MAIN OFFICE MANKER FUNERAL HOME

Office open seven days a week. 1163 ''N.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3-841'

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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" you a'wallflower" '*
PAGE '12 SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1959 tie-s Would you like to learn t. dance' '

1C I In a 'private "studio? /

',' t.p i Don'StrachanVDanceShlcHo:

: ....."" "" - . -- 16th' ,
7168 N.W. Ave. PL.7.8766
YOUTH CENTER The MarI 5-4246 for information about, real "
tin Memorial Youth Center program I estate anywhere" i in Dade County. I '
is reactivating under Gad We have. It.Fashion.

, Mays, charter president. The
I group is holding movies ,at Youth and Fun Aloha & A.A.A. ,
Center. This is dine but the pro- t EmploymentAgencies ' .
gram for youth needs more impetus An evening of Fashion and Fun ,
and progress to be of valueto will be presented Sunday, May 3
the community. This is a frogs 10 till 2 at the 536 Ball- 423 N.E. lat Ave. ';
: Richmond Heights organizationand rcom of the Sir John Hotel. Marco -
1: W4w 1iSA needs help from people who Polo and his orchestra of New FR 3-9813

are interested n our youth, contact York City will furnish music. Live in- Live Out Day1 -
During the intermission Opal
Mr. Mays for information. Its
not enough to have platter parties King will present Cynthia and a Workers' '
and movies. We need a cast of local talent in hair styles 'Clime in and see us for a
and recreation and smart fashions. ', Good positionWe
C swimming pool
center Let us ,get together and Mrs. Albertha Caldwell will' be arc reasonable
MC. for the occasion. The admission -
help this struggling group to
is $1.00.

L move on.FIRST. -


The first aid class being conducted J. B. SMITH FOR SALE, .
at Martin Elementary Schoolfor ELECTRICSERVICE i
adults under Civilian Defense Brand few 3-Bedroom
and American Red Cross, with

your reporter as Red Cross instructor Electrical Contractor Hardwood Floors, Garage '
t closes Wednesday even-
Ing April 29 at 7:30 with a movieon HOUSEWIRING"Don't
First Aid. Richard Deveauxand 2017 W..55th. Ter,

The second annual Queen Con- Mr. Fisher will be in chargeof cuss Call us"

test of Heroines of Jericho Court film. This class-: composed PHONE OX 1-3625 Open Sunday 35 p.m. ,
No. 44, Brownsville, was a grand mostly of teachers, has done a
success. The program with Hero- most efficient job and is to ba Night or Day CAPPER CONST. CORP.'
commended. The next class will
ine Corine Pearce as M. C. was
short and spicy. Mrs. Syfbil Mc- By EDDIE SMITH I convene in the fall when the advanced /
and No. course will be offered.
Phee was guest speaker,
I '
Sunday, May 2, will make one -
choir of Salters Chapel AME
Church rendered music. year since the death of my brother NEW COMERS: Mr. and Mrs
David. He was a disc joskeyat Harry Johnson recently purchased ENROLL NOW IN .'
DSDN and also a ''Writer fox ,
Among the lour contestants, a home through Ora D. Tay-
Mrs. Mary Woods was crowned the Miami Times. for in the Heights\( on Polk and SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
uedn." for ralsit J the highest Thursday, May 7 at 8 pjn. Coral Reef Drive. The Johnsons
amount; Mrs. Ruth Twiggs was Homestead will honor popular are residents of Coconut Grove. a Life Long Profession
second; Mrs. Bessie Kerbo, third, dihc: Jockey Eddie Smith at the iVe wish to welcome them to our .
and Mrs. Lucy McMinn, fourth. A. L. Lewis Elementary School. beautiful community and Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete, School
On this occasion the sensational sources. Mr. Johnson has been .
The decorating! committee, Mrs. Nightingales will be guest, along ''
with Davis Cafeteria 15 years and 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR' 4-9998
Nellie Byers and Mrs. Mary B. This will .
with Rev. Ira McCall. Mrs. Johnson with Child .
Marshall transformed the ,
Temple marlk one year of successful
into of with cut ren Hospital for seven years. I
a place beauty broadcasting for Eddie. He can ,
flowers, plants and palms. Hero- be heard each week-day morning .
Rev. B. A. Mills, a former resident -
ines Agnes Davis and Eula M. "
from five to six on 1430 and on
Collins tesses. were Beautifully most 'gracious decorated hos Sunday morning ,from six to eight of,with Dade his County family., They has returned ate- :Do You Own Property ,in
tables laden with all kinds of on the Gospel located in Perrine. Rev. Mills is

delicious iocd were presided over Elder J.Davis tie a printer and a photographer. He Nassau Englerston .
Heroines makes beautiful enlallged''P1cturesof
by C. Pearce, Selma celebration of his 6th anniversarylast
Harris B. Marshall individuals or and does ,
Mary Juanita week. Various and groups ,
Sheppard' Odessa Williams and groups excellent work. Call CE 54246for .
churches participated. Elder Davis -
Nellie Byers. appointments with Rev. Mills.
I is 'the pastor of St. Matthews Get- {Touch with J. R. TAYLOR At Once
Church in Florida City. Thanksto
Last year's presiding queen and I Invest in Richmond Heightsand
her attendants, Mrs. Nellie By all. Dade County today, You will
ers, Mrs. Lelia N. Ross, Mrs. Hat- William not regret it' tomorrow. Call CE Phone fR 9-1703 or FR 3-1441
tie Humes, vowed they would return Rev. McWestly will
next year. Mrs. Ross is a begin his installation, May 4, at
victim of 'a car wreck.. Shiloh Baptist, Church Jta "Home, .
Rosetta Sullivan, MAM stead. Rev. McWestly "succeeded For Sale 9(:
Vivian Brunson, ,secretary Rev Ross, who Is now pastoringin
Richmond Heights, BY SUMMONSDeluxe }...

Randolph KiddieIn The Young Men Social',Club of air, conditioned CBS HOME 2 HOMES: FOR PRICE, OF-1 : :;
Homestead is having a "Flshfry"and 2, BEDROOM
Tea Variety show, Friday night, 56th Street .
1368 N.W.
Sunday Built-in garage .,. ',:
at the
May, J A. L. Lewis Ele- '
Tile bathHardwood
mentary School playground' Ad- '
The PTA of Randolph's Kiddie mission free. ( floorsWoodburnlng Low Down Payment Easy Terms .k ., ,
Inn.'g ve its third annual tea on fireplace

Sunday, April 26 at, the YMCA Beautifully landscaped f.. '; No balloon mortgage :._.. II-\i:
This tea was different frm out Homestead's' pro-iflght- 4, feet chainlink fence .; .,'
previous, teas in that it was a er, Jimmy Mackey, is looking Location: 2912 NW 49th Street V',,>' TOTAL PRICE $13,700 ,, {
state tea. Each state was represented forward to a big match in Miami Full price $15,500(( $2,900 first 4
Beach very soon. He has won 24 down' payment FHA terms .
by Its state flower and
fights and lost three. He is ,the
Chelsea Realtors
state color. 'Highlights of the tea Realty
son of Mr. and Mrs. James Mackey For This Special Call ,
was a 'book review given by Mrs. I '
Hazel Wright and the parade of of Homestead. J. A. SUMMONSDAY Phone PL 44685Customized

fashions by the mothers and the OR NIGHT
Take a peep next week for
pupils of Randolph's' Kiddy Inn, more happenings around Home- Phone HI 4.2448 or HI 60173
which was well narrated by Mrs. stead, bigger and better happen 3781 Grand Ave., Miami 38, Fla.
Jeanie Monroe.
ings. So long.
Mrs. Ernestine Humbert,

Mrs Louise Stalling(president Holland Homes

, Mrs. Jessie L. Randolph,
_ i supervisor '

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Body'Building GymPhone DELUXE FEATRUES '

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rMU 1.3667 ,0 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS r
'i :: ; CARPORTS
1998 N.W. 152nd St., Opa Lock : zt : a If ,I,.
Body, building contest, weight I I ELECTRIC OVENS AND RANGES
{ lifting and Miss Virginia Beach '
contest for 1959 sponsored by
Zeak and Son Body Building T O LOTS 75x100 AND LARGER
Gym, July 4th. \ : : ,
,There will be trophies for all : : From $13,500 See our MODELS on Lincoln Blvd.

first prize winners. Trophies and ,Near Coral Reef Drive '" .
other awards for runner ups do. .

nated. by various merchants. of \ 1 1q 0 ..'
the ,community. "
Boytr,' for points In body build. ASHBES &, KRAMER, INC. :
Ing.COntisat see Zeak. To all con
tettanta see tZeak.,1 o secure 'your 145 Almeria Ave. 'C'Oral] Gables ,
', and alsolntruclo5ie. x '
number forjthe contest ,: 66426'THE '
.,.Not I later. than June' four rseht cwuatsam 1 ,' Highland, v .
4 J27 OHO llfof l taste MACK TEAM MATES L':'" ,If'' .' r'

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




wish to take this opportunity -
to thank all DEATHS
kind friends;
both in Miami and Daytona, :; ,j

Beach ,who remembered. us with .. .

various expressions of sympathy Richardson . '"A .
during the .sickness, ,death and I
burial of our loved one, Frank Mrs. Elsie V. Butler, 5450 S.W "

McCloud, who passed away In 16th street, Hollywood, died on R\ . r ,
Daytona Beach on April 18. April 27 while enroute' to the '.
Mrs. Mary Britt, J&ckson Memorial, Hospital. \
granddaughter Funeral services to be conducted "
And Family on Friday; 2 pjnn. from'the Greater -

Israel Bethel Church, May 1 ,
CARD OF with burial in 'the Hallandale
HANKS City Cemetery of :Hallandale. WANTED

We, the family o& the' late, I Mrs. Butler Is survived by a' hus- Expression of Thanks '

NEHEMIAH AD.pERLEY I band'Willie; one sister and, other -, OPPORTUNITIES for Negro men
wish to express our sincere appreciation I relatives.- and women. You earn as you Jerome Albury of 1437 NW
to our many friends,! The funeral services of the late learn Phone FR 4-1561 for appointment First Place, takes 'this method of
relatives and neighbors for their i Mrs. Sila M.. Bates, S54B NW Mrs. Dorothy Murray McCarthy, ..M2I thanking his many ,friends for
kindness!: 'rendered during .our' 8th st, died: ':* A.pril'-28' 'at home. who died April 27, 'Will be held at -I I the' .kindnesses shown him during

hour of bereavement.. Funeral services, .are Incomplete Triumph Holiness Church, Sat- YOUNG WOMAN to share horn his llless at Jackson MemorialHospital
We wish to acknowledge and lit} this rtim He is Survived by urday, May 2, 1725 NW 1st courtat with young matron. All modern Special thanks to Rev.
thank these who sent cards, let- his wile, Mrs., Mae Alice. Bates 2 o'ckck with Prince H. Mob conveniences. Call in person aftet I'. C, Mickins and members of ML
ters, donations, florals, and pro- and other relatives and friends. ley officiating. 4 pan at 5874 NW llth' ave. Olivette Baptist Church. Mr. Al-

vided cars and other sympathetic Mrs. McCarthy was widely bury feels that your many prayers -
expressions. JOB OPPORTUNITES were significant contributions
known in this area where she
Manker . . grew from childhood. She Is The Greater Miami Urban toward his recovery.: Again, many
Special thanks out to Rev. sur-
go, thanks to all.
Aarcn D. Hall of Ebenezer Meth- Willie B. Ehnore of 10202 SW vived by her husband Alphis, League announces job opportunities -

odist Church, and Francis Fun- 120th ave., Goulds died in Dad four children, Alphis( Jr., Debora, for the following positions:
eral Hcnne and its staff' for their County Hospital April. 20. He is Gary Lenwood, and Stephanie Construction Inspector ('gen Band P's Say Thanks
fine services. survived by his mother, Mrs. Lou Renee; mother Annie Bell Mur- eral), Supply Clerk, Hospital Admitting

May God bless each of Rilla: Griffen, father, Ben. His ray, father, Tommie Murray, Clerk, Clerk I, Medical Members of the Business and
with long' life rich and you body was shipped to 'the South- brother, Eddie, Liberty City; sis- Secretary, Cashier I, Clerk I, female Professional Women's Club of
of ter Stores Clerk I Clerk I Murrell Branch YWCA, 'Wish
service for ern Funeral Home in Memphis, Sadie, teacher at Lillie C. to
Mrs.( course. Tenn on 'April 29' for final rites Evans Elementary School; brother male, Motor Grader Operator, thank the public for supporting
PearlineAdderley, wife Carl, a senior medical studentat Clerk Typist' I, Clerk Stenogra- 'Fashion' Flairs of 1959." This.

And Family Baby girl Thompson daughterof Howard University; sister pher I. entertaining affair was held at the

Mr. and Mrs. 'Edward Thompson Mary Catherine a student at For detail information regard. home of the Edward Braynons
CARD OF THANKSWe of 1455 NW 5th ct., died April Tuskegee Institute; Brother Syl- Ini i the above Jobs contact H Sr., 1,100 NW' 55th terrace. Special

the family of the a'te. 21 and was" buried in' Evergreen: vester, senior at Northwestern.Mrs. Allen Wheatley Jr., of the Urban thanks to Mrs. Albertha Caldwell
Cemetery. League, located at 306 NW 1st st. who narrated the show, and all
McCarthy is also the nieceof
call FR 1-6476.
or models who were the essence of
would like to thank our ,many Elder and Mrs. David Murray.
friends and neighbors for their Baby boy Raines, son of Mr beauty and pulchritude. Mrs.

cards, letters, telegrams, flowers, and Mrs. George Raines of 1442 V4 FOR SALEONE Beatrice CQX of Cox Kindergartenwas
and words of encouragement' NW 5th place, died April 18, was Help'WantedFor in charge of the tots show
during our moments of grief and buried in the County Cemetery. FAMILY HOUSE or officeon and Don Strachan's group demon
sorrow.A -----_._---- the best in Beach Jobs) see valuable' business lot. 1168 NW strated various basic dance steps
Mrs. Mac. We are iclacirwr cooks. 62nd' st.90x150 The Floridians, Patricia Beeman

special "thank yap" to the Range . housekeepers, maids and child- and Mise Eva Deveaux added to
Francis Funeral Home and 'staff care women in year around po- DEERFIELD BEACH K. the program with songs and poe
for all courtesies extended. Alsoto Willette Lawson the year old' sitions-salaries to $50.00. on S.E. 2nd Ct. East of SJE. 1st. try. We hope to see you next yearat
''the Rev J. L. Johnson, associates daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hostesses, we are paying $2.0C Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRank. Fashion Flairs of 1960.
and all members of St. D. Lawson of 360 NW 22nd Ten, transportation on any live-in girl lin 7-4812 tod. Gloria Branynon, is president
James Baptist Church. apt 1, died at Jackson Memorial we place. Come early in a.m. and ot the, B and Pers, Lillian Sands,
The Family Hospital on April '2&'c, Chapel services bring clothes. FOR RENT reporter. ..

were conducted on Wednes- I',, A-RELIABLE. EMPLOYMENT
day and burial was held at Lin- SERVICE MODERN 1-bedroom apt., stove,
MEMORIAMIn New Law Offices
and water quiet
coln Memorial Cemetery 432 Espanola Way Miami Beach refrigerator ,
Inquire 844 NW 70th it., apt 5.
loving of dear M9
memory our Ind6ROOM / Open in Opa Locka
husband and father, Mrs. Dorothy McCarthy of 2445

-_. ----,---,-,--_._--- NW 160th st., died at Christian ........ ......, ... ...."- ......"- ...:.. ... ...y I James
I private house for rent. W :Matthews: of Tallahassee -
Hospital April 27. She '
was a
I 2075 NW 6th place. Open evenings and a 1958 ,graduate, of
member of Triumph Holiness Value Value
the. college of Law at FloridaA
Church of Opa Locka. Funeral
and M University
services will be conducted at the 1 Mortgage announces
APARTMENT. We have a 2- the opening of law offices In Opa
b ,YA Triumph Holiness Church of Mi- $85 Month bedroom apartment with stove Locka May 1.
ami Saturday May 2 at 2 pjm. and refrigerator Bus No. 24pusses Attorney Matthews' law offices
Lovely 2 bedroom 2 baths
door, 2945 'NW 46th at. will 'be located at 2234 Bunch
IN MEMORIAM screened porch, completely fur- FR 9.8576.I100M. Park West Drive '
nished, reduced for quick sale

Jn sad but, loving memory of Only $11,500 total, catch this. Nice room in private
,Home For
our dear husband and father Sale
home. Single 1424
man preferred.
NW 59th St., phone OX 1-6786
who departed this life May 2, Beautiful brand new large 3 bid-
Near 58th Street
1957. ROOMING HOUSE on valuable room 2 full baths Garage

Gone, but not, forgotten.. May $1,495 Down business lot. Will pay itself off. 2 porches Walk-In' closets

he rest The in Family peace iNeat and clean 2 bedroom, 1 1172 NW 62nd st. Indf Entry with large guest closet

-i's Key West, Fla. bath, screened porch, carporte, Extra large living room Oak
equipped with stove, 1 mortgage ROOM for rent to a refined
I payment $83. month Open 9-9. or gentleman in a nice home. floors e 70x90 lot.
IN MEMORIAMIn Can be seen Sunday all day orphone

!J loving memory) of my dearest I Gold Coast Realty Kenny,UN 2287 6-1138.NW 81st' Address stt A. 6635 'N.W. 24th Ave.

husband,. 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
R. Open Sun. 3>5 or call JE 1-8973
kits VICTOR G. TYNES PL 1-2426 FURNISHED. : APT 6901 NW 21st

--: who, fell asleep In"the Lord oaVprlN29 ...... ... ...... Ave. Phone OX ,
DEACON JESSIE JtARSHAUL. < 1953. ..< "- *-lI..-*.-*."- -*.-*.-*.-!.-!.1. I 1-0453 ............................................

who departed this life April -28, Gone, but not forgotten. May "- FURNISHED APTS. 5801 NW 1-
1958 at Williamson>Oeorgia.-** he rest in peace and light per- -- 11th, ave. Call OX 1-5343 or FR ,Own Your Home

What would 'We Ighre\ to see him petual shine upon him. For Sale 94859. Inquire at 1641 NW 64th
,smile. Mrs. Christine Tynes; wifeKey st, Why Pay Rent?
To 'sit with us and talk awhile West; Fla.' '. BY SUMMONSSPECIAL

About the things we use to do '" SPECIAL SPECIAL TWIN BEDS, 'practically now, Brand new 3 bedroom

We.,wonder why you had to die. IN MEMORIAMIn For the Discriminating very cheap. ,Call OX 1-5343 otFR ,Just being built $1,000 .
Without chance to goodbye. 9-4850. Inquire at 1641 NW
a say sad but loving memory of, 3 bedroom all/ CBS, 2 baths and Down one mortgage
Mrs. Mamie Marshall, wifeWilliamson I. 64th street.
? MR. WILLMORE MINGO Florida Room, underground
-"' Ga. who departed this life May 2 sprinkling system, built.In garage Mr*. Hellman FR 33178J.
W. T. Thomas, TWO OR ONE -bedroom efficiency
.'Rev. Mrs. 1958. beautifully' 'landscaped. Located
r, daughter Three years have (gone since near 9th ave. and 55th st. furnished. Two large bedrooms Robinson, Broker
George Marshall son in His furnished, single: or double.
Marshall son Gcd has called you home Shown by appointment. Full price Private home, 643 NW 22nd ft. _........M....._.......___
Joseph wonderful garden ort high. $18,000, $2,600 first down pay
.Roscoe Ector, grandson, We miss you and we loved you ment. FR 99858.
Miami, Florida but God loved you best.
Mrs. Ernestine' Wromas, FOR SALE FINE HOME with income, 4 bedrooms -
JN MEMORIAMIn foster daughterand Working Mane Special! 2 baths 1026 NW 59th ft.X For Rent
> '
Grandchildren 3 bedroom frame home, 2135 NW wner. 'BY SUMMONS2bedroom
\ loving memory of our mother 70th **. $.,000 full price. $495

T first down payment.FOR r CBS hbme, 17.50' per
ETEHL McLEOD .week, 2151 N.W. 55th St.
who died May 4, 1958 and our '* The Best People THESE SPECIALS Beautiful HomeOn

father CALL Large Lot 2-bedroom home, $1 .OO'per week
SR.wbo Live at
rANTHONY, McLEOD 3384 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove.
died May 10, 1948. May they DAY OR NIGHT Your lot can be a paymenton
rest'in peace. '* ,1 Atlantic.Manor J. :A. SUMMONS Call

a The :Familyr Garden .' this 3-bedroom new 2-
.. I m J. 3781 Grand Avenue baths J. A. SUMMONS
r Apartments Miami 33, Cooonut Grove Fla.,
j DAY NURSERY : HI 4-24X8 or HI 6'0173 1346 N.W. 88th Terr. DAY OR NIGHT
I 32nd Ave. and 42nd St. Open 3-5 p.m. Phones HI 6-0173 or HI 4.2448
CHILD .Ja.J. .. I7S1 Grand Ave Miami 13, Pis.
Will :. tew. for yours children: r: ... -sweat Baron JE 81340 "

I Free 5-7098.pickup Mrs.' and Hadley'delivery.PhoneNE M2 I."T.' '''''''' '' '' .... ....J....... "" '........ Advertise It Pays!. ....

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: Rev. James E. Culmer, pastor
Great Success Eddie Edwards, clerk
Sunday School......,..-.., 9:30 am
The Laymen's Group of our Morning worship .... ........ 11:0
Men's Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pan
church observed Its annual

Day on Sunday, which was con-

''a Cl& sidered a great success. I Mrs.BAHA'I Alice Evans ASSEMBLY, teacher at

: me to trd Baptist Rev, J Church, W, Toomer, Fort of Lauderdale the First, Phyllis sfpeak at Wheatley the Baha'i School Center, will 137

Men's Day
electrified the
NW 11th ave., 7:45: pm. Sunday,
with a scholarly and spiritual May 3. Her subject will be "Let
message on, "The True Man.. There Be Light. All races and

faiths are cordially invited to at
dedicated to Dea-
I AMEZ The day was
con A. Hlaughtton for giving tend.
: Newspaper" I 1628 N.W. Sth Ave. devoted \At the election of the local spiritual -
I THE MIAMI TIMES- Peoples' over 50 years of untiring, the
assembly coming
Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor service to Mt. Zion. He was
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1959 Sunday School..-. .. ..... 9:45: am awarded a plaque for his serviceto Baha'i year, Miss Olive Alexan-
I Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m: show the appreciation of the' der was reelected'vice chairman
This election was held April 20
Evening worship 1..1111..1 p.m. members of the church.
at the Center.
CORINTH BAPTIST The observance was attendedby
George E. Johnson, pastor 3078 N.W. 45th St. many visitors from all over
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor 1450 N.W. 69th St. the county and 'special represent-
Sunday School .................... 9 aon. Sunday School........... 9:30: aju Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor atives from many churches. I
Morning worship .................... 11OC: Morning Service ............ 11 am Phone NE 5-1518 '
Young People's Meeting 8 p.m. BTU ................................ 530: pjn Services every Sunday Some of the features were: the
Evening Service 1.11.,11.11 7:30: p.m Sunday School.1,111,1.., 9:30 a.m. special-uest singers from the IA
ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m, Morning Service ...,1111.1 11 a.m. county, men's Glee Club, Northwestern .
Evening: Service 7:30 p.m.
...........................-... 8:30: pjri MT. ZION A. M. E. ,11,11,1 I Senior, High Schuol
Evening Worship ............ 7:30 p.m BAPTIST Chorus' Ebenezer representative
Visitors always welcome 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. MT. and a panel discussion by Dr. N.
Sunday School .._...... 9:30: am Opa Locka Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter I Colston, ''Dr. C. M. Smith, Dr. S.
Morning Worship ........ 12:00: am Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor NOTE: Visitors are always we! M. Frazier and Dr. G. A. Simpson -

323 N.W. 14th St. Sunday School .........11.1... 9:30: a.m. come. on "How You Can Live to
Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor Morning worship ....... 11 am Order of Service Become 100 Years of Age."

Sunday Services League ............/.IN..11.1..1.11..... 5 pjn Sunday School....................... 9:3fr: .. WITH
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Evening worship ................ 7 pjn. Morning, worship. 11:00
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER JTU /.1..11.1..1..... 5:30 HARLEM SQUARE KanNl "

N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. ST. MARY'S W. M. Evening worship ............. ...... 7:30TEMPLE : SWEET SHOPA 9
Phone FR 9-1434 ;

Dally ................................. !8 a.m usual hour with Miss Ellen Trot- : .p
choir will sing Jointly on
Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: ajn man iDresidinle1. The- lesson was COLD CUTS COSMETICS
r Vlewb the Rev--1t.HV. Sunday. Covenant meeting will COMMUNITY DRUGS
EBENEZER METHODISTRev. Stuart. be held during the 11 o'clock 208 N.W. 10th Street

service}., and the LJord's_ Supper 6750 N.W. 15th AT:
Aaron D. Hall, pastor Services began at 11 ajn. with will be administered .both morn-I. ---
Ernestine L. Hamibrlck report the pastor in charge. He preached nig and evening.
from St. John 9:3.: The spirit
During both services on SUn- was high and ,two members join- The young' people, under the RATES GOING UP !
day the Holy Communion will be ed, the Christian family. direction of Mrs., V. Strachan and
administered. Guest speaker will The 7:30: devotion' was led by Mrs. A. Newbold, are preparing The Newspaper Say- Save Money by Getting
be the Rev. A. S. Dirkerson, dis- the pastor. He preached from for the program on Mother's Day. AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
trict superintendent of the Geo- Parents are requested to give
Genesis 351.2: "Rebuilding Your
gia Conference. The public Is invited Altar. Everyone was blessed. full cooperation.The NOW-Before the rates go up
to attend service and hear Many of our 6-months policies start as low as
this (great speaker. Rev. Hall will dinner sponsored by Mr. $12 Down
and Mrs. Oscar Lawrence at their
deliver the pjn. sermon.
Her W. J. Macon, pastor residence on Sunday in aid of SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
Mrs. Arnold Hall, Margaret Mrs. Sara E. Scott, secretaryMEN he BTU, was quite a success.
Thonxpkins, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. J. L.
Thanks and congratulations to
645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL
Dixon and Mrs.' Wllhemlnia DaViS RAISE. 2,288 them and their co-workers.
left the city this week to rep- 9-5284 NA 4-1811
resent' the WSCS at the annual The men of First Baptist really NEW MT.'MORIAH
meeting which will convene In did themselves proud on their
St. Petersburg April 30, :May 2. day with Deacon W. J. Armstrongas On Sunday, April 26. New Mt. I
chairman and Deacon E. Ram- Moriah observed its 8th annual
The district superintendent of sey as co-chairman with the pro- Women's Day with the theme:
the Atlantic Coast area of Meth- gram being' arranged by Bro. "Women, God's Helpers For Get out of the rut! Come and see
odist Churches will arrive In Miami Archie McKay and jBro.; Willie Yesterday and Forver."
Monday enroute to Key Westto Nelson.
attend the district superintendents The speaker of the morningwas At the morning worship the Hunter '
meeting which will con- David Dobbs, and the speaker ' speaker was Mrs. Ida Ratcllffe, Bishop
vene from May 8-7 He will leave in the evening was Dr. Carl :principal of Northwestern High
Miami from the church on Tues- Yaeger held the congregation I School.. At the evening service,
day morning ,at 8 o'clock. BishopJ. i spellbound while they talked Mrs. Mallie Hunter Ross held the WHO IS WELL
W E. Bowen" presides over audience spellbound as she spoke
from their chosen subjects
the Atlantic C ar reawhiCh on the subject, "Women, A Muston KNOWN AS ,
Includes Alabama, Georgia, South A ((grand total of $2,286.41 was God's Program."
Carolina and Florida. reported at the end of the day. PROF. HUNTERFor
The men reported in the following New Mt. Moriah expresses its
Sunday school teachers are heartfelt appracdatioin for these
order: the 33
urged to be present and on time outstanding: citizens who privileged past years { k
Sunday to greet the children as Deacon E", Ramsey $307.61: it with their services for )
they' come In. Deacon E. Justice $253; Deacon the Womens Day observance. If you are sick and ,:

The( Metodlst Men will have W. J. Armstrong $220; Deacon worried or in trouble
charge of class meeting on Tues- Jlmmie Edwards $202.80; Deacon THE INCARNATION
day night.WOMAN'S. Oscar Howard $210; Deacon July this is the place to

Cooper $184.28; Deacon Jack 1838 N.W. B4th StreetFr. come. Don't stay in the
DAY A SUCCESS McKenzie $8455! ; Deacon Willie E. S. Clarke Jr., vi ar '
Susan Butler, reporter rut. Push back the veil
Robinson $111.08! ; Deacon James
GREATER NEW BETHELRev. of the lack of understanding
Wilson $107; Bro. Archie McKay The Saints Ann-Margaret

,W. K. Smith, pastor' and Bro. Willie Nelson $104; Dea-, Chapter of the Episcopal Church- and bad luck

Mrs. R. Conley, clerk con Bill Garland $62; Deacon women of the Incarnation Is that seem to hold you
Mose Scott $56. sponsoring a Springtime Hop on
New Bethel's Women's Day
in track and advance
program climaxed Sunday witha The chairman! @nd the captains Friday, May 8 at the James E. your
total of $2,000.07 cents when 27 thanked all the splendid Scott Auditorium, 7200 NW forward by the
women ended the financial manner !in whlcxr ftrybne coop- 22nd ave. at 8:30: pro. Admission help of God.
battle to become queen of Greater ated with them in this effort and adults 78: cents, children 33 cents.
New Bethel. After the program promised even bigger and better Eats and drinks will be on sale. Your home and every day life can be made happy.He .
reached Its climax everyone for the good of First Baptist In Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke, is chair- will show you to bypass your enemies and get the

agreed that :Mrs. Mable Porter the future. man. things that God put in the world for you. Let the

was m6st worthy to be first hon .The Episcopal Churchwomen peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the
ored woman and was crowned to MT. HERMON, A. M. 'E.
that is in will be awaken and will be
will have its Spring U. T. O. power you you
until next
men's reign day as tjueen In 1960 :Mrs. Porter wo Rev. Samuel Gar, pastor I on May 10, the Sunday in a higher state of mind and spirit.
Opa Locka after Ascension Day at the 11
raised raised by$124,group the highest catptalns.amount The Publicity Committee ajm. Solemn High Mass. Allot Listen to Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your

second honored woman was Mrs. Sunday night ended the big the women of the church should dial every morning at 6:59 from Monday through

Rc ella Conley and the third was "Aut Drive." Over $2,000 was make a special effort to be pres- Friday and on Sunday at 6:45 a.m. you are invitedto

Mrs. Victoria Morris. realized. The pastor and members ent, at their, Ingathering service. listen to the Radio Ministry of Bishop Hunter of -,

The morning session of the would like to take this opportunity The Episcopal Churchwomen' the Spiritual Temple of Zion Church located at 5417

program Mrs; Betarice Waldron to thank all friends who and Church School are sponsoring Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. Donation :will
Palm helped to make the drive a suc a Mother's Day program on May
of West Beach was guest. be accepted for the continuation of this broadcast.
10. Mother's Day on the lawn of
Mrs. C
The evening: speaker was K
!B. Miller of Hialeah cess.Mrs.. Lucille Howard driver of the home oi Mr. and Mrs. Thomas -
Prof. Hunter's office is open daily from 10 sum. .
P. Johnson, 1928: NW 66th stat
.The success of our (women's day the Chevrolet, out-drove them Stra-all 4:30: pjn. A very Interesting to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and con-

program" owes special honor to Its chan with $410. second Josephine with $383! program has been prepared for sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof. is licensedby

chairman, Mrs. Wilene Robinson, All clubs came did extremely well. your enjoyment. Won't you come the State and County as a Reader.
and Mrs. Charity Stovall, co- celebrating and see what the little folk can .
This Sunday -we are -
chairman. Holy Communion.. do as well as the adults. Youc can One mile east of.7th Are. on Hihway,441 Old

_ Visitors are always welcome to encourage these folk by your attendance Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remember

the biggest little church In town. ; the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood,
::7,:Now ,is the time! Members remember the sick in. (Mrs. Levi Johnson is presidentof Florida. .

your 'prayers, and do attend the Episcopal Churchwomen of . .. .
_ Register to Vote. Sunday. the Incarnation. .. I Ii

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THE MIAMI. TIMES-'The f eoplea' Newspaper" .

I SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1959 PAGE ,15 .,


FIRST UNITARIAN American countries by Dr. Harry
Stark, economics professor at the
USeogrdgJa tIon versus Human University of Miami.
Values" will be the sermon topic \

of the Rev Glenn O. Canfield, "
minister of the First Unitarian Tea and Fashion :

Church, Dixie Highway at W 29th Show May 10
road on Sunday, May 3, 11 a.m. .
A meeting of the congregationwill The 2nd annual tea and fashion
be held following the ser- show of Oak Grove Baptist

vice.At Church will be held'on. May 10,

. 8:15: that evening the Jefferson from 4 to 6 pjm

Club, an adult discussion!: ,
l. The fashion show will be con-
to all members and .1
group open
I ducted by Mrs. Castelow
friends, will be held at the home
president of the North Miami
of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Rath, 4181
Pomona Ave., Coconut Grove. Beach Civic Association, assistedby
41'H I I Mrs. Susie Mae Fletcher.

The Midtowners will meet on. Sponsored by the BTU of Oak
Monday, May 4, 6:30 pan, for a Grove, 7404 NE 152nd terr.
I II covered dish supper at the home Mrs. Ruth Gaines, president -J
II I of Mrs. Elsie Stevenson, 1359 Mrs. A. L. Holmes, directress ./V
I NW 23rd court. The program will Rev. W. Henderson, pastor ':v
e a Include a talk! on aid to Latin Mrs. Shirley Smith, reporter I

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Sunday, April/ 19 was truly an 0
eventful day at St. Peter's for at MT. CALVARY BAPTIST St. Francis XavierThe 1935 N.W. 153rd St. SERVICEOPPORTUNITY I
this time the 30th anniversary of
His. Grace Arch Bishop "Richard Phyllis Myers, reporter MU 8-3770
Grant, Robinson, DJX, D.CJL., Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor members of St. Francis
Reman Catholic Church
Lths. celebrated in the high-
The 11 a.m. devotional servicewas wish to express their appreciation -
est esteem of our church. -
conducted by Bro. Florence.Our to all who helped so generously -
The occasion was very spec- .pastor delivered the message to make! the recent bazaara
tacular and was witnessed by a Sunday night the' devotion was success. AWAITS YOUSEE
huge number of members and conducted by Deacon Belin. Rev Persons holding the winning
friends and well wishers. No better Chalk preached a great message tickets for the grand prizes were: THE SOUTH'S LEADING_ COLORED
manner could His Grace cele- "A Christian's Desire." 1. Television No. 41. "Matilda
brate 30 years in the priesthood Visitors. are always welcome to Shappe. PSYCHIC READER,

than with members of his clergy come and'worship with us at any 2. Trip to Nassau, 1631 William -
in the persons of Canon Charles time. Fuller

F. Cooper, Canon Obediah Barr, Bicycle, 4959 Lucille focus
Fr. Harold Sweeting, Fr. William NEW HOPE BAPTIST Daisy Neal, chairman 6 we 1.8

Thompson, Rev. Arthur Davis and Rev James B. Brown pastor Barbara Ellison, secretary
Rev. James Martin assisting in
Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporter
the celebration of Pontifical Divine NEW BETHEL BAPTISTRev

Liturgy\ The Rev. W. C. Edgar, pastorof
the Mt. Moriah Baptist Church Ernest Williams, pastor & .. wi
Truly was the day
an uplifting ol Perrine, has been preachingout 1571 N.W 68th Terrace
and inspiring one to be remem- Mrs. Hazel Levan
of his
soul for the past nine
bered for
quite same time. The
nights in the process running Our regular morning worship
enchanting voices of the
clergy will begin at 11
Holy Revival services in our am. our
rang out in the singing of the
pastor presiding.
Sanctuary. He has brought before -
Liturgy while the St. our audience many great On May 2, Mrs. Spice will *v feBJu-sSW dJ
Choir blended
their voicesin award the following scholars
melodious tones in high praiseto
with awards: Patricia Burrows
Sunday services will begin: at ,
Almlghtly God. ____
the usual time beginning with Charlie Burrows, Dwight' Williams .. \
Last Sunday night 32 candi- Sunday School and our regular Marsha Simmons, Susie
dates received the blessed layingon services. Smith, Eufrene Williams, Victoria Let my pears of Experience guide and protect you through

of hands through confirmation Let us not forget the special Johnson, Joseph Burrows and Life M a Lfgbthouae'lenldel the ship In A storm

administered by Arch Bishop ordination services which will be Margaret Rahmlngs.
Richard Grant. At the Pontifical held on the second Sunday after- These awards are being presented -
Liturgy on the anniversary of noon at 3 pjn At this time nine to boys and girls of the For Success in Business And Love.

Arch Bishop, these candidates of our brothers will be ordained Sunday School, because of perfect CONSULT HER
received their first communion.The deacons. They are Brothers Wil- attendance, participation and
liam Grant, Ulysses Sorrell, Joe thoughtfulness of others. 0 You can now have your home made happy
afternoon program under Wright, Sam Davis, Bernard Williams The women are cooperating Y Get and Hold the position you to long wanted
the direction of Miss Emerald 100 percent in their, annual Women's
Robert Jones, Aquilla Don't Stay In the rut, get out now
Wing and Mrs. Genevieve Lock- Day which will
Driskell, L. J. Green, Vandeli program
hart (proved: to be an overwhelming Bovan. Rev. P. D. Brantley, pas- take place:: in May By the help of God she can help you

tribute to His Grace in the tor of the Greater Israel Bethel Deacon Gladstone Laroda is Remove evil influence if are tick worried or 'in
you ,
continuation of this glorious oc- Primitive Baptist Church, will resting at Christian Hospital after troubleIt
casion. I an operation on Sunday. We're
.deliver the message with the Rev.
How entertaining and enlightening W. C. Edcar giving the charge. asking :your prayers 'for a speedy will pay you to call anti we tills Gifted Medium First

were the participants on the recovery.Are. Where thousands como yearly for help, and advice, you too can
program especially the BookerT. For The Highest in .... .. I be touched by this strange mysterious power

Washington High School TrJo.
We wish to thank each and COSMETICSCall you a wallflower t WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

everyone who helped to make this YUkon 3-6681 Woulfl you like to "learn te danceIn same Clod who delivered Moses and the children of Israel

celebration a success In any way. a private studio of old U still alive today and will open a' way for you through
! To our visitors and friends, we "SANDS"AI.o / VISIT the troubled tea of life. Let not him that U blind lead you or
shall expect you to return to wor- Don Strachan's Dance Studio
ship and visit with us in the very Miami Time Newspaper you stumble with him.
near future. .7168 N.W. 16th Ave. PL 7-8768 Do you doubt the exlatenco of thing) because you cannot see

May God shower His Infinite them? .

blessings Upon all of His faithful VI'S GUEST HOUSE What do you think ,of the invisible waves and sounds that

flock make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?
Canon Chas. Cooper, rector REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMSBy
Nathaniel Rolle, Day or Week A sajed before it sprout, lies concealed, secret, silent in the

Public relations chairman Efficiency Privileges Mr. Elvira W. Smith, Prop. dark earth or womb of Nature. TIIKHIC IS
Phone OX 1-5343 FR 9-9359 POWER"
s .
,. 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue Therefore, acquaint yourself :
Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor with the one who [. an '

Mrs. Jeanette Jackson, reporter authority. Whose private 1 -,
Opa Locka consultation will evolve you *ito

Mt. Zion held its second quar- a higher state of mind.- t fl.
terly conference Friday, April 10 !
with the pastor in charge. Dr. W. All Information is I
B. Coffey, presiding elder of the
Miami district was in charge of Strictly Confidential 1.
the business part of the service.
Mrs. Ophelia King was elected Office Hours 0 a.m.p.m.. ,, .
secretary for the conference. Sundays 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.'M. % '
Morning worship at 11 o'clock Y
Don't Write-Call in Person
with I the pastor in charge Rev. wIh1U1l

Jenkins. delivered the message. DAILY IlKADINO ,..00 UP
Our presiding elder gave the

closing message for the quarter. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Nine brother were selected by -,

the pastor as members of the MADAM HUNTER
cabinet of stewards and were obligated PitEE DELIVERY DRUG
by tho residing elder.
Also ten sister for the stewardessand 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami

three chairmen of. various
boards. CM.feUiTrtto.Sc. Prop. I I

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Sunday April 19 was a m o s t Father Joseph' H. DeVaney, Page, James Richards, Theodore ,
happy and memorable day for 13 !pastor of Hbly Redeemer, spoketo Plessy, George Truss, Edward FR 4-3297 & FR 4. 394 ",
little children and their famillies the congregation about the Spilth.
Paris. dignity of this 'great Sacrament Jr.
of Holy Redeemer Some ,of these children are included S. ,
After many months of earnest these young children were so
in the'above picture with REGISTERED REAL ESTATE_ BROKER
preparation and ardent longing I privileged to rQceiveeAter their parents. The others
these children received the sacred .: "the Mass the First Com- not when this were
present picture was
Body and Blood of Christ tor the municants were joined again by taken.

first time In Holy Cttnnrunlon. IIjas the their families hall. for breakfast in .. . .., .. .. .. *. ."*' *. **. ...*..dO",u. .... ....U.d.. ......................................_.........." .
see\\ the truly children an impressive escorted itno sight the to The school children who participated I..y. 'l...I2.. :.. ..s A1:..*.....*..... .....!IS0...!SoX SKfi..:eV s..:&o;!.:fi...fiA"."'''V...V..V....r.:_:;:..""' .M....eV.. :;.:..M.......V. .eV... .-.. .._3'

church by their parents or spon- In the ceremony were Sylvia
sors who also received Holy Knowles, Juliette Poitier, Denise :Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From
Communion -with them. Sawyer, David Gardner, Rosendo, ,'.i .
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The Easter Vigil celebrated at Lester have traveled the I Ion g ru!
Holy Redeemer Church was ell distance each day, from Rich. .__ I.
maxed by the baptism of 11 con mond Heights to Liberty City, iU .

verts. Ten of them are members Catholics.Congratulations The names to the In the 11 new pic 1 Buy Now!! Brand New! t

of the recently organized parish ture are as follows: Father De II $495
In Richmond Heights. The two Vaney, Mr. Wallace, Mr. John. ONLY DOWN i
youngest members attend Holy son, Grace Lang, Mrs Lester, You can move right in, 2, 3, or 4 bedrooms 1 payment each month. 'No f
Redeemer School For the last Cheryl and Saundra Lester and I
four years Cheryl and Saundra Joyce Lang. alt closing costs, no qualifying. See our salesmen at 1500 1510 N.E. 151st
tJ f Terrace, North Miami Beach this Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Six sold last i!>!<;
: Sunday. Best buys of the year. High pine tree dry area. City water,
Professional tral administrative staff and Mr. I H close to 163rd St. shopping center. You can put up deposit on any one.
D. H..Dobbs, director of the local of 14 under construction.. Pay weekly until finished. Choose colors 6
Meetings ,Prove vocational program as guest pan
elists. Projects made by the students -
InspiringThe in tailoring and homemakIng .J t Brand New Opa Locka Beauties CBS Duplex Clean
were exhibited $995 Down $995 Down
Vocational Departmentand The ,physical education
the physical education department ment (presented Mr. Ted depart-Bleir, Buys any of these (2 left) Rainbow 1402 INW. 56th Street
presented the last two supervisor, as speaker, and .a film Park gorgeous homes. Built-in oven Furnished, city water, close to bu
professional meetings of the depleting the importance of the I ltt and range. 3-bedroom, CBS cons\ruc. and shopping. ,Large lot. Call us for
school faculty.,year to the Northwestern children.P. E. program' In the lives of our I pul tion. All rear Florida room. (No closing appointment to see. B

The vocational department pre costs. Only one mortgage to pay. Downtown
sented a panel of speakers from You must see 1770 1780 NW 152nd Sundries Store r'1
the various shcps and had Mr. Join The NAACP iJ St. Open for inspection this Sunday., $995 Down alt
Theodore Roshler, from the Cen-
.... Grosses $350 weekly. Terrific loca 1 I
WT"-' .A' Brand New.2 Brown Sub .tion. Owner ill, must sell. Six booths, !It r
I r 12 counter stools, freezers, 'comer.
TV SICK ? n $995 Lease with. option to renew. Total .
3-bedroom, new CBS with shower price $3,500. EZ terms on balance. I
doors, Venetian blinds, utility front'
: t1,4, porch. See Mr. Bliss this
our Sunday. Liberty City Brand New CBS
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 9 z
a.m. p.m. ftl i Corner of -NW 51st street and NW 3-bedrooms 2 baths Corner Lot

SAME DAY SERVICE; I J 33rd avenue. No closing cpsts. Only $1,495 Down I

.r Includes insurance and taxes. Stoves I
i Brand New North Miami Beach and refrigerator. Open 14x33 front '
i Only $495 Down porch., We have keys.
Picture Tube Special ''i 2-bedroom, separate all jalousied

21-IDch-$29.91 'It J dining room, carporte, city water, Lots Lots Lots .
l7-lnch-$22.95 a close to 153rd St. shopping center. If you have a lot for sale in Brown I

,J lt Three sold last Sunday, four left. Sub, Liberty City or North Miami

SERVICE CALLS-.Day\ or Night .......\...eee..e.. $2.50 }y closing Move right in.See$20 week pays all. No Beach see us for quick tale. Best cash
costs. 1425
N.E. 154th St..
NC' prices obtained. Also build; on :your Si
Nile Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges t t') 1545 1575 N.E. 154th Terrace. lot with no down payment. I.I

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

Vets Radio &TV.Co. !I FAIR REALTY '

I We are open every day 9 to 9 p.m. -'deluding Sundays
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