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TRIAL 'In; witnesses was necessary before taak is believed to point to an raping her by turns. County grand itecy JMJba&z I raced ,
.the, jurors marched into thehushed I early trial. (The four are Patrick Q. Scar" *. at shotgun andsffllepoint by
EXPECTEDTallahassee courtroom !with their There ,was no demonstration: on borough, 20, Air Force manhome fouf'/wl !te.men. '
presentment. Judge r'W. May the part of the Negroes who' on leave from a base In Alaska; The girl, who may not be r
An early trialis Walker announced .that' a true filled the courtroom. Only few Willion T. Colllnsworth, 24, telephone identified under Florida, law
,expected' for the four White bill had been returned.'Arralgn- White onlookers !were present. lineman and married;, David was helped from a hospital 'car I
youths, indicted Wednesday toy an mentfwaa set for 9 a TO. Friday The four men have confessed Ervin Beagles, 18, high: school to 'the 'courthouse by two companion -
all-White 18-man Grand Jury at. which time a trial date will be taking the girl from four com- I student, and Ollie Stoutamire, 16 *. She was Attended by
for raping an attractive 19-year- set. panions early Saturday morning who formerly attended high A tains*, the administrator of
old Florida A and M coed. The special summoning of the after a college dance, taking her school here.The i A and M Universityhospital\ .
Nearly seven hours of Question- I jury only five days after the at- to a lonely spot at gunpoint and young coed told the Leon I her mother and her brother.


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36TH YEAR, NO.: 38 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES





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LUMBERTON, Miss. About The Rev E'. D. Burns, pastor of
50 lends. and relatives and 30 the Mt. Zion Baptist Church at
Bogalusa, La., chanted from the
and photographersburied
newsmen (
Florida Senate Extends the --remains of lynch victim Psalms as a eulogy. He told
I Mack Charley Piarker late. Parker's sisters, aunts, and other
Tuesday evening. relatives that "God 1 is too Just to

do any wrong. I want the familyto
NAACP Witch Hunt A U. flag /was draped over know that. ,
the pine casket In respect, of
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Parker' Army veteran status.Parker's .- Evidence unfolded before a
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TAI LAlHSSEE The Senate I whether they ''know other mem- Rev: Theodore R. Gibson, presi- coroner's Jury Tuesday that a
mother did not at-
passed and sped to the House bers.i dent of the Mlam| branch; Atty tend. She reported 'enroute lynch mob "executed" Parker
bill for The four members' who defied was
Wednesday a extending G, E. Graves state legal head; to California and apparently did with high velocity gunshots
another two years the legislature the state legislature committeelast
committee investigating alleged summer during their much Mrs, Vernell Albury, Miami not know 'her son's body had shortly after he was dragged from
,
Communist infiltration of the publicized 'hearings here are the branOh secretary. been found his Jail cellWounds

NAACP The 23-year-old Parker, accused in, the hoart and lungs
Only Sen. Frank Houghton of of raping: a White woman, inflicted rifle
apparently by or
St. Petersburg, the Senate's was dragged from the Pearl River -
lone Republican voted against It. Transfers Aked..tq. County Jail at Pojplarvllle bya hlgh-power dpstollhot.. killed -
The measufe passed without de- _,. mdb of masked ""White men the .M:year-oldt Parker instantly -

'bate.Offered .. .. April 25, two days before he swat lie was dead( ,' when ,
by Sen. 'Charley''Johns to stand true! His bod? was fount thrown Into the churning flood-
of Starke, who has chairmanedthe White Schools In the Pearl River last Monday.The .
committee since 1957, the bill wafers of the Pearl River alone
gives the committee :lime to com-. casket was not opened. the Mississippi-Louisiana border. 1 1A

plete its investigation '
School Board officials are not
MIAMIANS DEFY sure whether a move this week
COMMITTEEDurin.g by Negro students of George W. I-I
Carver i6chool constitutes a move Man Found in Canal
the hearings in Miami toward Integration or another
last year Miami NAACP mem- protest against crowded condi
bers took all the starch out ,of tions. man dressed In a blue ..uit'Was
the committee by defying them on found lying half submerged
the grounds of constitutional But several of the Coconut in a canal at SW 186th st. and
rights of free speech and assoc- Grove students have applied for Ray Offered Half Millionfor Franjo Jld. at 1:55 pjit. Tuesday.
iation. admission t to hearty White schools Metro detectives said the body
had probably been in the water
PROBE HALTED The' !pupils made application in two or three days. There were no

The United States Supreme spring registration for the 1059- Basilio Fight visible signs of violence and the
school
60 PupllsJBroughout
yean
Court 24 only distinctive mark on the man
on February granted a ,
Dade County registered last week
who was probably in his 4Xs.(
stay of a Florida Supreme Court
order which had directed four officers for they next; school year. MAY EARN Markson stressed ,thai, in addition was a gold tooth in the front of
of the Miami branch ca"the Thirty-seven pupils at the to the guarantee, Sugar his mouth said police.
NAACP to produce a member- crowded school 'Were turned $750,000 Ray also would be giVen 50 per The man tentatively was Identified \
ship }list; state whether they were dcUn when they applied last fall cent of the net gate over $40,000 as Morris Cash A friend, T.
members of the NAACP, and tell for transfer to White IChoo 'NEW YORK Sugar Ray and 50 per cent of the theatreTV J. Jones, a field laborer, made
Robinson! has been offered a net over $400,000.. Thus, Rob- the Identification
minimum guarantee of $500,000 inson's total purse might be James Person, 60, of 9157 SW
with a chance to earn as much as 37th ct. and Willie James Rlsby
I .9 TO BE ORDAINED DEACONS $750,000 to defend his middle- greater, even, than the $750,000 of 3855 Percival Ave., Coconut
I IJ weight championship against guarantee Robinson had been Grove, who were (working near-

6S Carmen Basilio.The asking, Markson said. by, dlfccvered the body. .

Garden -._ -,
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Roxlnj Club made the offer for
the fight to be held at Los Angela -
.in September Miami Con Drowns .

Explaining; the lUarantee-
second largest 'to a:fighter ,in rinj j "
history -"General 'Manager Harry ;

r Markson said, "We :rare hope? in. Escape AttemptMINISTER -
ful that .Robinson will. accept the .
match. Tif he does,. we believe we! "
can 'come to-terms' with Baslllo.
Only the $525,000 guaranteedGene Caesar flU) Abner" White,

Tunney by promoter Tex SUES 31, Miami convict serving 10
Rickard for his defense against
years in the state prison, was
Tom Heeney in 1928 topped the I
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half-million that the Garden Club SHERIFF FOR found drowned Wednesday along ,
quietly offered Sugar Ray last with another prisoner after an '

Week. FALSE ARRESTA ;abortive escape try from thd Belle I"" ,
Glade prison farm.
MAN KILLED charge Wednesday that he
Four of the Inmatesles-
lost his church, his health afterhe prison : *
-". BREAKING IN was arrested In February on coped Sunday duriftg>r ,theAferalc/.
: -- ., APARTMENTIsidore a gambling count Which was later The other two have been 'caught.
Hint men- ef New' Hop Baptist ., tIM Church In Perrlnt, will ,give, tossed out. Rev. Michael. Mossof ,One of the captured prisoner,
Church will ordained; n the Bunche Dr. :
charge 19005 Park East ,
Wlgham, 25, of 1127 told officers they led be-
to
were
deacon 'In a special' ordtnattsn filed suit In Circuit Court against
service Sunday afternoon at 80 Left...to right: Deacon Henry J,f NW 14 place, was shot and kill Sheriff Thomas Kelly and Deputy have by other inmates that the
tenon, L J. Green, Sam Davit ed early Thursday while breaking
o'clock at the church, comer NW Frank for "In canal in the
Kapper damages which two men
A. DrUkell" Deacon Willie Cole into the apartment of Andrew
15th ave, and 66th at. man. Standing: William Grant. Fuller. Fuller, 40, of 280 NW 7th excess of $ ,obeY' for false arrest drowned was shallow. ..

Rev. P. D. Brantley' of the Willie B. William, Vandell Bo. st. told police be shot Wlgham ,
Rev Moss was head of a newly Whitewas convicted of the
Greater 'Israel' Bethel, Primitive van, Ulyseee Sorrell and Thomas when he tried to force his way In.
Baptist Church will deliver the Jones Joe Wright I. not _':IWIf. Police eald Wlgham had a long formed small group that bad not armed robbery ,and Jdd lng"i"'
A_. onilnatlor}.,Mrnten, and flev. W. Rev. James E. Brown. I I. pester.Avii criminal record which ,included as yet 'been permanently stab* at Jbhnny? 'fPeirjiall three"jyeara '.
0ttfoar.of. :the Mt Meriah Bap. 'Ion photo. 12 burglary counts, fished in a church bulldlnf. ago.I w .





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'BY PARTY OR PARTIES 1.5077, Miss Amy McKenzie.

UNKNOWN" REUNION PROGRAM JUNE 2

"Mack Charles Parker, met
The annual Alumni Reunion
his death at the hands of partyor program will be held at Booker
"
parties unknown, was the T. Washington' High School Aud-
verdict of the Poplarville, Miss., torium June 2 at 2 o'clock. The
Coroner's Jury in the case. of the classes of 1949, '39 and '29 will :
latest lynch mob victim In that return to the school to celebrate

state.Wounds reunions on the' occasion.'
in his heart and lungs l
.apparently inflicted by a rifleor _-..-..-..._ -,... :
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hlghipdwered ,pistol shots. ;
killed the 23 year old Parker, I NEWS FROM. ?
Instantly, according to investigators PERRINE
in the case. Parker was i ,

dead when thrown into tho ,--... t'C"'. ;:
churning floodwaters of the Pearl' Ma,
River alone the M1ssiss t pi- GRADY J. NIXON GUEST
Louisiana border. SPEAKERNot

Despite the fact that the FBT one stone will be left un-
and other law enforcing officersare turned, according to officials,
doing a good job in trying to both state and local of the United
track ddn the guilty parties in Pallbearers of America, Son and e ._.
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the lynching of Parker, few If Daughters, and Pastor J. H. Dol- -
any persons, who really know phus of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Holy .Redeemer Baby Contest and Sponsors
Mississippi and its customs, and Church, when this .fraternity is May Day' FestivitiesMay
unwritten laws over the years, entertained at Goulds, the first The above !picture shows the I, War Bond or one of the other
expect anything' tangible to be Sunday afternoon ..cf May.in that babies and their mothers along prizes. The contest Is being sponsored Day Festivities will beheld
done in this case. In other words, edifice at 2 pjm.Celebrating wiil few (persons, who kndw the stateof its 14th anniversary compete in the annual baby contest i the; church, Miss Eirma Bodie is Elementary School Friday even-
Mississippi, expect the guilty in one of its best prepared The contest will end May 17 president and Mrs. Olivia Gaitoris ing, May 15 at 800.: The public is
parties to be caught, tried, found annual programs, it has selected at 4 o'clock.Members of the chairman of the contest. invited.
.
guilty henlous and crime.punished for their the Rev. Grady J. Nixon Sr., parish, friends, relatives and Fathers ,Joseph Devaney and

BTh., assistant pastor of morn- i other interested persons: are invited I. Thcmas Gog-gins, priests. Advertise It Pays!
Many conscientious people are ing Star Baptist Church, Prince- to attend the closing of the fflhcto by Thomas Williams! e
ten, to deliver the ser- contest at which time A very
hoping that Justice will be followed keynote _...
'In this case, but I, for one, mon. fine program will be rendered.-i in .
will have to resort to the old The speaker, renowned both in the parish hall.
Missouri system of "show me," fraternal' religious and educa- Reading from left to right: : Mrs. The Best People Live at. .
before I believe that any punish* tional circles comes highly, endorsed Alfbertha Fletcher, sponsor: of
ment will be meted out to the by local clergy' laity and Lorrie Wright, daughter of Mr.
guilty parties, 'indeed, If they are civic organizations, being a 14 and Mrs. Douglas Wright: ; Mrs. ATLANTIC MANOR GARDEN
ever captured degree Mason, active member of I Douglas Wright and daughter,
I Pride of Goulds, No. 263, AF and Lorrie; Mrs. Victoria Davis, sponsor -
It Is my honest opinion, based AM Mason and having his bach- I of Marshall Merridith whom APARTMENTS
upon years of close observation, elor of theology degree from Carr I she is houldinj: ; Marshall is the ,
that the guilty parties may nev ver Bible Institute, Atlanta, Ga son of, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall .
er be captured, and If captured, I Merridith Jr.; Mrs. Jonathan Gai-
and tried, will never receive any REV. MOO Y SPEAKERA tor, mother of Anthony L. Gal-
real punishment for their crime. rostrum bouqued with inter- tcr who i is seated in his grand- 32nd Aye. and 42nd St., NorthwestWANTED
It's the unwritten law In Missis denominational clergymen beforea mother's and sponsor's lap. Stand-
slppl In cases of this kind. I hope Ing is Marque Vincent Jones son
crowded church Sunday at one
I'm I'm afraid wrong In my opinion; but o'clock, heard Presiding Elder C. of, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones - --. . - , -
that I'm 100
percent and sponsored by Mrs. William
L. of Ga. deliver
correct. Time alone will tell. Moody Waycross, Hamilton. I -L
wat was commented upon as
SUNDAY IS MOTHER'S DAY the "outstanding sermon of the I Second row: Mrs. Seymour
holding Patrick Strachan whom
year." Using Luke 10.2: the dynamic
"For there'll be she .Is sponsoring. son}. r>f Mr. and
never anotherto -'--
minister led elf in a 3- .
Ms'--
me, like that' 'wonderful mother minute clergylog of sermons Lester Straohan; Little I
of mine." This Sunday, May Johnny Pearsall, son of Mr. and
which featured the morning ses- EASTERN STAR OR MASON
10, is Mother's Day. The day set Mrs. Johnny Pearsall, being held l
sion of the annual district meet-
aside to do hcnor by his godmother and sponsor,
to probably the ing of the Church of God .here. (or Former Member)
,
most wonderful ,person in all of Miss Tess Richards; Mrs. Butler, '
the wrld, to many, many people. Dinner. was served at 2:30: p.m I! sponsor, holding Edwina Porter, EARN GOOD MONEY
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed/ward/
Long established traditions on 18'S A BOY I
Porter Tihersa Maxine Williams ,
; Write at Once to
Mother's Day, call for those per- ,Bern to Mr. and Mrs. Edward' being held by her sponsor, Mrsl :
sons who are fortunate enoughto Johnson' of 10368 SW 182nd St., Helen Moss. Maxine is the
REV. WM. V. BANKS
have their Mothers still alive, April 26, 3:30: am. was a 7H lb. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
to wear a red flower of some boy His name had not been announced -
Williams, Mrs; Theodore Ross Jr.
kind while 2101 Gratiot Ave.
those
; persons whose at this writing. is holding her daughter, Renee
mothers
have
into
passed the
Elease who is being sponsoredby
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great beyond, wear a white flower Aimonij/ the recent newcomers Mrs. Ethel Doyle; standing, Michigan
Here's a hope that everyone to cur\ community is the ,family Mrs. Thomas Jones.
makes it a point to carry out this of Rev. B. A. Mills, his wife Re- Row 3: Mrs. Thomas Williams; """ 1 _
tradition on this Mother's Day.. becca and their three children, Mrs. Ethel Doyle; Mrs. Marshall
In addition to the custom of Robert, 7; Marilyn Joyce, 3j; and : Merrirdith, Mrs. Edward Porter,
wearing flowers, may I also recommend Byron Augustus! 2. Formerly Mrs. Florence Hamilton, Mrs.
that everyone make it connected with the linotype de- Christine Collins. -
a point to do something really partment of the Miami Times, ,' The parents and sponsors of Super SpeedSLaunderette
worthwhile for his mother, or for Mr. Mills hails from Baltimore, these babies are working very
someone else's mother. Make her where, for the past 6V4 years he hard for each baby and solicit .
feel really happy and proud to bea was on the composing room staffof t'he' help of the public so that
mother on her day. Make. it a the Afro-American. i they will be the winners of the
day!. ?mother will ln.remem. er.
You'Il never regret it.
A happy Mother's Day to all.

STUDENTS AWAIT REUNION The Only Colored Owned Coin Operated

BALL W4ZyV Launderette in the Greater Miami Area

Students, including those at
home who will soon graduate as HAS O'PENED ITS DOORS AT
well as the many now away at
the various colleges are all' anxiously -
awaiting the coming of the 1900 N.W. 6th Ave.With .
current season's most talked of P

event*.- the Booker T. Washington 20 all new Frigidaire Washing Machines
Alumni Association Annual
Reunion Ball, which will be held (18 Minutes Wash)

on Friday, June 5 a 10 pm. at And Six Dryers
the Harlem Square Ballroom
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Invitations for the Ball will tIn > We splicit and inspection-Thanks
sour patronage
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the
mall by next wek. Any -< *;) -' .
one who has not received his In.
vlUtlon by May 20, It asked to JESSE L. NASH AND PRINCE FARRINGTON
kindly call In person or phone the sN Owners and operators
downtown office of the Mfaml.
Times, at 1112 NW 3rd ave, and .
alum-nt personnel will be happy 1
tot] supply him with Invitation
25c Wash. lOc 9 Ibs
for''hi self and hi* friends. Dry -
*t*'.

For'table*Ball reservations for the seer Int@bt snot esm hwK OPEN 24 HOURS PER DAY
Rlunlon" you may call HI
8-8633, Mr*. Verneka S. Silva, h fw teal II1Afllt T1A$ MAf s .
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---.----.------------' it is the cabb-age or carri-
er
..! 'wq Y br +wL 4r "
age; and to .the junk man -*the
; a t PUN PHUN i in sajv-I re<.,Thf"Dumber might callIt
f'4, the. leak- .lQ or topip-age, while
i )' PHIL OSSOI<'EU the. shopper could call it the peck

---oe--.. Jige "
Redkless 'drivers are trying to
I used to be curious about
I make it the wreck-age and carnage
:i k clocks, wondering what made the and those people who -subscribe -
e y -t r wheels] go around. My curiosityled 1 j I I to racial, prejudice are
::4to to research, and the results battllnij to maintain it as their
will undoubtedly make you won- fellcwmnen's bond-age.
der what makes me tick. Here ,I Personally think that because
are my findings: !I we are making' a mess out of this
r Although a clock has no feet it age it is the mess-sigel necessitating -
spends all its time running' ; andit a rental of God's messageto
$. S : does this with its hands infrontof bring order out of chaos. When
L its face. .. we obey Him and follow His
I w t
S r It seems ever in a hurry yet message, we will be led into that-
always has the time on its hands I I age all sincere men long' for, the
S A clock disproves the stenog- spiritual JET age; the age' of . '* i
L :% rapher's. theory that short hand is Justice,
jr4 faster than long hand I Equality and "
I No matter what' a clock costs, Truth\ ,
'
it is always purchased at face .

value.One cannot expect a clock to Your Vote is Neededto

last lent?. Its hours are number- fight the forces that seekto
ed. Although a clock's works are
S. rL S y hidden, by its works It is'known. keep you a Second Class

Citizen.
S What age is this? Well, to each

-:- -.,... --L,..... -----' ...- .I .. _. T ..... one it is something different. To Register Today!
the mailman it is the post-age;
Team participants at the Second Annual City of Miami to the traveler the lugg-aije, passage I 116 W. Flagler St. .

YMCA basketball league banquet, sponsored by the I I or voy-age. Tn the taxi driv

Florida Realty Co. of 1099 NW 3rd Ave. Seventy-eight ARANHA WINS .

players and guests attended the affair at the Car v e r NATIONAL
Branch YMCA last week.-photo by Johnson of Miami. *RUPTURED ?

OFFICE ON NAD

MCA. tf ;You can be FREE from ,TRUSS 8LA WRY. New Non,Surgical,
.. IS f y. a SPEECH ARTS
q
HEMREASNIp A 3 Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST NO LOST TIME.
O'dANIZATIO y+ei
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110. 'Oil' JEFFERSON CITY Mo. -
Student members of the delegation Piles RectAl Dl.+ue. DR. LONG'S CLINIC

of the Florida] A&M e e A General Health Service
sity Playmakers] Guild won honors
Reducing :21 8.W. lath Ave. FH 82748
6r { and offices at the 23rd annual -
f .. Conference and Play Festi-
the National Association of
val of . . . . .
" 1 1" "
Dramatic and Speech Arts held

,"..' here at Lincoln University.
PLaza 9.6689 Hours t 10-1-5-8 ,
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'
? : The association awarded Oscarsfor \
outstanding' 'performances in
} k
; :
"I acting speaking and dramatic
reading for the first time. Bar-
bara Edwards of Tallahassee superb <
performance as Ma Kirby in r1 t" P
Thornton Wilder's "The Happy if
Jonrney" Iwon for her an Oscar
for the best actress.

Miss Edwards played the role
32 times to great acclaim] in sev-

-.... ...,.,...,...- ". 'IioAoo& "" en countries of A/frica/ during the
Playmakers tour of the continent.Tn .
Mr. Sid Sussman of Fla. Realty Co. presenting his an- addition to Miss Edwards acclaim tof"1
nual trophy to the YMCA team captain. Judge John D. ] Charles] Williams of Pontiac -

Johnson delivered the banquet address. Mr. R. Silva, recreation Mich., was elected student
third vice /resident of the association -
to teams.
supervisor, presented trophies winning Raymond Aranha of Mi-
Stanley Sweeting served as master of ceremonies.-photo ami was elected student regional
by Johnson of Miami.Doctors director.

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Give 13,374 For Sale, THE, YAEGER CLINIC i

Central ,
BY SUMMONSDeluxe Practice Obttttrlcs
Naturopathlc Medicine'Chiropractic

air conditioned 1177 N.W. 62nd Street Miami Florida "
Free Polio ShotsDade 2 BEDROOM CBS HOME ,
. ,', . ' 'f. . "
e Built-in garage

County Health Depart- this number 2,746 were preschoolers e Tile bathHardwood
jnent Polio Immunization cam- ; 9,176 were school e floorsWoodburning STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY
paign was. initiated following children and 1,432 were adults. e fireplace
statistical evidence that poliomyelitis the turnout of ,pre-schoolers e Beautifully landscaped
was
: e 4 feet chainlink fence
was dn the increase in 1953 discouraging' though the total Location: 2912 NW 49th Street Central Life Insurance Co.
in Dade It noted number of ade-
County. was injections was Full
price $13,500 $2,300 first
that 25 of the 36 cases of paralytic quate. They had hoped upwards down payment FIlA terms
poliomyelitis occurred in pre- of 30 percent of the Injectionswouldr Your Friendly Company
school children. Negro preschoolers - have been in the preschool For This Special Call
] were especially effected croup. J. A. SUMMONS .
in .
opposition to our previous It is
hoped that this campaign
DAY OR NIOHT
experience that this disease was Offerings
willstimulate] many to visit their ,.
not Phone HI 4.2448 HI 8.0173
prevalent in Negro children or
It was felt that part of this shift family physicians clinics or to the get HealtbDcpart.nwmt InJec- 3781 Grand Ave., Miami 38, Fla.VI'S 20 Year Payment Life Educational Endowment

may ,be ,due to failure of the tions for the pre-school children. Endowment at Age 65 at Age 18

Negro of population available to immunizations.take advantage Paid-up Life & 20 Payment Life ,

Endowment at Age Cfl 15 Year Endowment
The campaign was set-up to
HOUSE
stress immunization of pre- GUEST Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life .

school children though all per- REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMS Mortgage_ Redemption 15 Payment Life
sons should be properly protected. By Dar or Week .
Health Hospitalization 20 Year Endowment
The Negro elementary schools Efficiency Privilege Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.
were used for immunization clin- 1-5343 PR 9.9359 Home Office
OX
ics hoping to make it convenientfor Phones: ,
the grous to get the shots. 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue
1416 North Boulevard, Tampa, Fla. ,
Clinics wereheld for all of the "
Negro elementary schools last Branch Offices i

week to ,provide! the necassary BRADENTON OCALA '

injections to those not previously Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted, DAYTONA LEACH ORLANDO

protected. They will return to Guaranteed .....................anS a.. $4.75 FT. LAUDERDALE .. PANAMA CITY r
the same schools on the same ?

day of the week starting the weekof TV' ........................................ $10 Down FT. HBRGE PENSACOLAJACKSONVILLE
May 18, for the second shots. ,IT. PETERSBURG
Arrangements for the third U Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios LAKELAND TALLAHASSEEWEST

(booster) shot will be made next Guaranteed Watches ..... from $a.9S PALM BEACH
school year.
So far aided by volunteer physicians DAVID JEWELERS i Miami Office i 176 'N.W. 14th Street

of the Dade County have Acad-! 1188 N.W. 3rd Are. FR 4-1523 l THE TIME 'TO INSURE IS ROWil ,
emy of Medicine they vj j
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The Senate on Tuesday confirmed -
The American! Federation of I nomination of Potter ia
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3.2236' State, County and Munich I the of Cincinnati: as associate -
Stowart
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 Employees! asked for a dollar a Courtof
of the Supreme
'Justice
Mon-
day increase in salaries on
vote
SUBSCRIPTION| | RATES: city and the United States. The a
There are 5,000
ONE YEAR $4.50 SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.70H. county day. employees An increase of was 70 for and Southerners.17 against.Justice Those

E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor ,one dollar a ,day (wilt amount to against Stewart were is a Re:>.lblicm.: He was
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor over $2,000,000 a year. named by President Eisenhoweron

Jan. 17 to succeed Justice
"The great and the little have need of one another"FullerREGRETTABLt City Manager' doesn't think that Harold Burton, who retired.
we could afford this increase, but The Rev. Edward T. Graham
sent the request to the city ccrn- The Rev. Mitchell Mess of minister of Mt. Zion Baptist
The rape at ,Tallahassee was another reason for mitslcn! : In fact, !he let this body Bunche Park has filed a suit Church, will leave early Mondayvia

tightening rather than slackening of such'laws. It is per- r knits that he against it.made to against Sheriff Thomas Kelly Eastern Airlines to attend a
The request was
naps a good thing that our legislators who nave been i the county.W. same. and Deputy Frank Kappell for religious leaders conference May
he falsely 11 at the Sheraton Park Hole
thinking about abolishing the death penalty for this and A. Rowe regional directorfor $5,000.arrested He and claims as a result was on a Washington, D.C.' m

other serious crimes have just about changed their minds the AFL-CIO said the raisew gambling, count i which was dismissed (Purpose of the meeting is to
uld affect only about 1,000 ,
:
but he lost his church discuss policies and programs of
Such cases by whomsoever committed, are always city laborers. The union wants and his, health. the Presid n1'iS Commhterj, and
regrettable, but when there is bona fide evidence of guiltno the county to establish a mini- ways in which interested rel.g.
punishment seems too severe. mum county wage of $1.25 an Ghana's merchant navy rose ious leaders might .assist t e
hour. from two to three shils last week committee in advancing its rr-
In this case the Leon County officials lost no time in The matter will be settled by when the country's Black Star gram of elimination of discnm: 'I
commission and the
summoning a special Grand Jury and that body. after Metro the (city' Commission. Line! took possession of the Hain 'nation in ,employment because of
deliberating indicted the four men. Steamship company's vessel race, religion: color_ or national: 'j

Judge W. May Walker announced on Wednesday This is a real fish story and "Trewidden", According to A. R. origin. 'Ij;;
Beakye, Back! Star's president,
that a true bill had been returned and arraignment of the I'venever heard a better one. the line may be orderJng two or News Editor is
Credit Lorenzo Mills, 2254 NW
men was set for Friday morning. ,
boats
three new shortly.
152nd st, with it. He was fishingnear Bethel's Men's
The four men charged have confessed committing Virginia Key when a bar-
Sentinel
The Los
Angeles cur-
the crime. racuda struck at his /bait, missed I Day SpeakerEditor
rently celebrating its 25th anniversary ra
out leaped out of the 'water bit
Following this incident 1,000 students at the Florida in the publishing field, '
Mills 1 I who was in a boat, Bill Bags of the M <*TM
A&M University conducted a passive demonstration on en the throat and escaped. Mills will publish a special "Anniver News will be the principal speaker J
the grounds of the University. They sang hymns andspirItuals was sent to Jackson Memorial sary Edition" highlighting thepublication's at the morning services m
offered prayers and"alsofasted< during the day. Hospital where doctors closed a rise, from a "shop- Men's Day, Sunday, May 17, at '1 j
free-circulation sheet to the
pers
four-Inch The Florida NAACP Saturday called for "vigorous: I largest Negro" newspaper west of 245 NW 8th st. A very brilliant
Kansas City, on June 25.
prosecution . of guilty parties" in the and said "we Talking about possible candi- Publication high-level message can !be expected .
rape of the special edition -
dates for this
vice president of the from Editor Baggs on
hope the double system of will will '
justice be eliminated. United States there are about 20 coincide with the annual occasion.

The Rev. A. Leon names mentioned. Two of these convention of the National Arthur King, choir director a''
; Lowry president of the Florida
Publishers
con- Newspaper meeting in
are from Florida: Gcv. Loroy Mt. Zion Baptist Church, will
ference/ of NAAC; branches, telegraphed the Tallahassee Collins and Sen. George Smathers.For Los Angeles this year. Sentinel serve as guest conductor of a '
mayor and the state attorney and called for "the same publisher Leon H. Washington special all-male choir at the
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vigorous prosecution in the present case of guilty parties the next President of the Jr., .will be host to the convention morning service; and Alonza Kelly -

as it used to prove guilt and the final conviction of Negroes United tates: Senator John F. will conduct the same groupat
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accused of this crime." Kennedy, former Gov. Adlal the evening service. Abram
Stevenson, Senator Lyndon John- "Baiby" Henderson will presideat
The Southern Leadership Conference, headed by Rev. son ''are on the minds of many Sports Car I Races the console of the organ at

Martin Luther ,King' sent a telegram to Gov. LeRoy Collins people.For the Republicas: Vice PresIdent > Slated May 30-31 both The services.public: Is ,invited to both

protesting the raping and stating that Negroes of the Richard Nixon and the services. Atty. L.;E. Thome is
South are: watching to see whether,justice will be done. Governor of New York, Nelson A 150-mile an hour ''field of chairman of the Men's Day committee
Rockefeller. But who really Ferraris that figures to rival the and Dr. G., W. Hawkins isM1G i
BITTER FRUITS OF MASSIVE RESISTANCE knows 'what, cr: who will be the pack that walked off with over-
nominees. all honors during the recent Se-
The inevitable has occured. bring 12-hour endurance classic Home For Sale

Mississippi has chalked up the first lynching in 1959. Thomas Young, editor of the is in prospect for the first annual -

And the nation, outside the bigoted borders of the Norfolk Journal and Guide, Va., sports car races fcr Variety Beautiful brand new large 3 bed.
was a visitor to Miami last Chdldrens' Hospital slated
] week. May
die-hard segregationist states, stands ashamed and dis He attended the meeting of the 30-31 at Miami's Masters Field. room 2 full baths Garage

graced before the world. National YMCA held at Miami Race Chairman Lloyd (Lucky) 2 porches Walk-In closets
Beach Casner, himself a stick f0 closet
out) Entry with large guest
Every Negro In these' United States knew that sooneror liter Ferrari driver, said that I .
later it would happen. Without benefit of high-speed The Rev. Charles L. Dinkins, veterans E. D. Martin, Columbus, Extra l large living room Oak

calculating machines or heavy sociological *studies, they :assistant secretary and director Ga., and" Bill Kimberly, Pensa- floors 70x90 lot.
anticipated Jt of education has been elected to cola, would be in the featurerace
the office of executive fields during the
The pattern is all too familiar to those of us who of the Sunday School Publishng secretary Day weekend classic, due Memorial to. deliver 6635 N.W. 24th Ave.

have had to live, generation after generation, under the Board of the National Baptist all net proceeds to Variety,
Open Sun. 3.5 or call JE 1-5973
shadow of southern white supremacy. Convention, Nashville, Tenn. He
succeeds the. late Dr. A. M.
We have been expecting "niomentarily since Little Townsend.

Rock set the triumphant 'pattern, of successful massive re- _
sistance. We knew it was coming soon when federal Young Johnny Mathis who
troops were withdrawn from Arkansas, and Virginia took earned $25 a week Just three
is
years ago, now considered in
\ up the gauntlet tossed them by Orval Faubus. the millionaire class. Johnny's

The hot breath of death was blowing about our neckson Income from alone his totals Columbia more' than recordings -

, the very day that Dixie judges made mockery of half a million dollars, and he wa
federal court by withholding voting records demandedby booked solid for 12 months in
the President's Civil Rights Commission. the nation's top nite spots long
ofcre t 1950's new Year's Day.

Southern rebels, with Ill-concealed plans for extra- _

legal sedition, were ready for a last ditch battle to throw The Rev Reverdy Ransom, 98,
retired
the fear of God into insurgent southern Negroes who were Methodist bishop Church of was the buried African last ..ht

beginning to stand up on their hind legs like men demand- \eek, Funeral services were heldn

Ing equal rights. .the chapel of the Living Sa-

; We are again perilously,close to the reign of the rope' viour' "Wi1bepforce' University. ,
Bishop Frank ,
and faggot in this country. The hood has returned from ten, DC with Reid 11 other of Washing-bishops

the dead, with all of the old trappings 'of the vigilante.Not conducted the services. Bishop

Ransom was born in Flushing,
even the script,has been changed : 0., where a monument has been
The rape charge, the summary arrest, the racebaiting edccted in his honor.

press, the conveniently unguarded: jail the helpless Bishop(: Ransom was a prolific
sheriff, the concealing hood to hide identity, and the niter and orator and a widely
known
screaming ,Negro suspect carried off into the. night to his by President historian.Willman He was: Tubman knighted -

death or worse. of the Republic' of Liberia:

The Negro has proven that he can live through it and Surviving are his widdv, two

still make progress. The nation, however, is less able tQ sons, 11 grandchildren and 37
great grandchildren
,
survive, a rule of terror.

In the old days, America ,was the world. Today Saturday, May g the world

America is but one rampart of a white race whose ,crimes chomrpJon Indianapolis C low n s

,' .a rd catching up with it-a ,beleaguered white race which Baseball Club' will play "at the
"fs' Just beginning to realize its minority position In the FAM lith University It will be their
np:eerance this season in
world.f
shrinking their 30th anniversary
f I It's white America which will pay in the end-per- Florida cities have seen tour.and Ten en- I
haps much too\ dearly. :. ,, pbyed their playing. '

< j The Negro lynched last' week in Mississippi could

add up to the needless sacrifice of millions of white youths D. C. Moore of 1950 NW 67th ---

who may be* called upon to defend the very democracy st. is suffering in Jackscn from Memorial lockjaw.Hospital He- .Miss Eleanor Ambrister, Mrs Orald Bain on April 8, In

which "no wfilte, roan In the South l is bound to reepectCJeV ."-' was admitted on Tuesday after an I court daughter Ambrister of Mr. and Mrs. Har- I I Nassau, Bahamas. The bride Is 4&I j
was married to niece of Mrs. J. G. Gibson of
lnnd Call and Post Ii- *" injured tee tocwne infected. Orald Bain Jr. I
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TOWED I SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1959 PAGE ..
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Miami .

: CRASH VICTIM Urgent! .Urgent!

.By DAVI (Mr.Swing) BONDU BURIED IN GA.Mrs. O'neil') McCray Homestead
.. . It .In Jackson Memorial
......._.._---_._" ---,--..-.--.-.....- Beatrice King 24, of 1918 man 'awaiting heart sure:
Hospital
NW 5th court, who died irr Jack-
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DUE TO THE;?; Miami fraws 'Wrote; a series oft r + tsfter being injured In-an auto 20 pints of AB I IN&gatlve' ,

articles on the(stunt! situation in ---..-'- crash the day before, was .buried blood la .' urgently ;a
cannot more
needed. Blood be
which It- seems that the writer all last Sunday in Fitzgerald, Ga. '
expenses paid Mrs. Ann than three day old ao donorsmust
covered everythinabout, whichhe ea xi The Riggs Funeral ''Ifcme of
Lindsey is leadlnrj with the memberships report to Blood Bank
was concerned . he gave Fitzgerald sent an ambulancehere
the landlords, hell, he gave to date, and there is no t K to return the 'body last Wed- Sunday Monday or Tuesday.
to mention else at Call the BTood Bane
use anyone FR
Bonded Collection Agency hell- msdiay. She hal been released to
this point. Get busyl! Why are the '' 98341 or go to 1800 NW 10th
.
in tact he blamed the entire city. the Francis Funeral Horn,
officials and members this .N
But he. didn't blame 'one of the of In ,previous na. spapbr' reports ave.
organization letting one do -------
main causes of these slums.In lerscn the dead woman has been carriedas
order to place the blame, all of this while they sit back and Mrs. Aileen Rogers, her 19- 27th road and 9th ave. Hooks
however, he would have to be a let her win-hands down! Give year- :ld sister The. mixup was who is said to have been racing
Negro, then he would have to her a little competition! More due to an erroneous report given with a friend in another car, said
people! like Mrs. Lindsay wculd he.IAUS shaken and dazed wtoen
live in a neighborhood where yr investigating officers by Bennie up
these slums prevail or in one . make this a better city in which .a. Hooks, 27, driver of the oar in originally questioned about, the I
to live. One thing about her, shy I acc1 enL
ana: have no job. Sure it would .M % which she was injured at SW
z no slacker.
i be nice to have all the s 1 u' m s j

. disappear, but there is more to LAST MONDAY night, a fa. ..._, ,_ ',. A'; +"'*_ "' I!
: it than that. First would havet
we
.
mous singer and top disc jockey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frank '
have health/ class to teach ,
this class of- ,people hoW filth can Were stopped by the police for Walker of 1729 NW 69th .st. have !! : \ ; ...
speeding. The made the two
cop
cause disease, and this might. announced the engagement cf
of them' place their hands on top their John
1 slop the careless thrarini of garbage daughter, Betty to F.
of the car and submit to a frisk. Paul Mr. and Msr. James
t son cf
: in these :
areas. Secondly, we
!,, The disc j}::ckey sez, "But officer !- I ,
; need better jobs with better pay; F. Paul of 2050 NW 66th st. The
I'm a disc jockey" Ask'me wedding will tike place in July.
thirdly, enforce the law that Is
J: prevalent en our highways about and I'll tell yoiuwhat the officer Miss Walker is a graduate of Liith:4ALf

! trash thrown out, in the housing said. the 1952 class of Dorsey High
1ft". areas. Sohcol. She attended Oahwood I
fit, Make it an offense to put LAST Saturday.. night at the College in Huntsvill, Ala. and
paper' garbage and other' refusein Empress Hotel on Miami Beach, graduated from the Paradise Valley -
the Y's Men were installed into I School of Nursing in National
the courts, on the streets, defacing -
property, and impose fines the International Y's Men Club. City, Cal -
The ceremonies were pleasant Miss Walker! is '
for each offense. It may seem currently employed I
harsh, but maybe it would help. and Mr. Portlock was acopeted as as a staff nurse at the
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I feel that if the bulk of these the president of Miami's Carver John Wesley County Hospital In ::
i people, and there are many branch YMCA L. A. ir

, Whites who are the same, were Mr. Paul, also a graduate of
! moved into the Fountainebleau Hiz Honor, Charles Hadley, the 1952 class of Dorsey High is

j Hotel, it too would become a our Unofficial Mayor, informed currently employed( as a transportation ,
slum within a very few weeks. me that the gators are being retrieved clerk at the Los Angeles ,I
as from the hole on 54th st, International Airport, and is ;
I said all of this to say, that and that KU-ik Chek on 7th ave. majoring in music at the Los
;, the main problem in this slum and 21st street have painted Angeles City Collage Mr. Paul A ,
business! is EDUCATION about their. water .coolers, eliminating has served 4 years /with the U. S, \
filth and disease . show the the 'Uhite" and "colored" signs. Navy. .a
people that their children can be This Kwik Chek did this ''Without

cripples for life by polio from being asked to do so. Our hat is Training For Waiters b b i if
these conditions, and other dis- cff to the management of this M

.t. eases.as' well, are derived from store, and many thanks (for a job And Waitresses wY, Mwwme,p 1
fihih. The big question Is HOW well done by our mayor. .
You can't blame the owners, they Offered
rent them . If they didn't JIM Jim Jam Club
somebody else would. And would owner, has a new deal. A band Applications are being accepted -
you go to your rental property and a show and you buy one at Northwestern for a course
drink and the in tab:o service. Any person who .
every hour to check for garbage jet second one fora ... .
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thrown out carelessly, and paper penny lIe's open now, for sure. wishes to become a waiter or a .., ,
strewn about? If the persons who waitress, or anycne who wishes
live there don't care, why should Well, Ull next weclc-LI\'e life, to receive additional training in
the landlord? every golden minute of it. table service may also ap..ly: ,
For further information call
Even the Government Projects PL 4-5491, between the hours of
look like slums to a certain extent I. 2 pm. and 10 pm. or go to 7007 In Fine Whiskey
, because of this same thing. Advertise It j NW 12th ave., main office ., \
Boating slums is everybody's Pays! street floor,

business I suggest a E.F.BL. _______A _____ FLEISCHMANN'S ,. ,.t; r
program.. (Education For Better .
Diving! ) Let's all pitch in and

help. IDEA STAR MEAT MARKET is the BIG. buy I ; I'

I HAD that Arthur :.
Mathis of 2753 NW 51st it. was
Chief Mathis of the Brown Sub -=

Patrol. Chief Mathis has two \{ 1520 N.W. 62nd Street L ;.90 PROOF is why I & _,1
other patrolmen: Willie Morris : ,

and John Balkin. They patrol and , '
protect mostof the business \ \
properties in the Liberty City and THE MARKET, WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE BLENDED WHISKEY 00 PROOF C5%GRAIN NEUTRAL, sPIRITsq. 4;;'

Brown Sub areas. Any business r THE FLEI80HMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY : '
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that needs such a service can call -
NE 4-1696. An ounce of ,protection -
is worth, a carload of headaches -
This is RL a fine service. Fresh Meat-Low Prices DON'T FORGET THE f

PRETTY The Wetk: [
Mrs Glen Holmes . Policeman .. J.
of the Wedk: Sgt. 'Clint Williams MOONLIGHTI
. Teacher of the Week: Mrs I,
Dora Wright. I


THE OTHER NIGHT, I MW BOAT RIDE

two cars drag racing from 62nd $5,990Cash Down .,
st. to 71st st.' on 12th, ave. The '
drivers were doing at least 80 .
miles an hour as ,they raced from FRI., NIGHT MAY 8

12th ave. to 17th ave. on 71st. If BUYS NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOME ,
someone had turned right on 12th
ave, or on 71st street at that time, AT 8i30 P.M. l-
4-UNIT FURNISHED APT. .i n .i *,;'
somebody would have been dead. PLUS ,.A, ,
This Is so unnecessary end could I. ,... ,<.. > Sponsored by the ,
cause some innocent person to : HOUSE IN TOP LOCATION '. I: t ,,',. J

lose his life. This occurred about ., OMEGA .PHI F
tPIi ,;
I' FRATERNITY '
11:30 N.W. 7th Ave '
pan on jast Sunday night : f' '; > Close to :
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FRANK FLANDERS ;of: Flan .. -M HfI The boat will leave tr from the east end of MacArthur

ders Trading Post on NW 27th I In Edison Center Area Causeway near the Blimp Base Plenty of fun, dancing
ave. at 54th, st., will celebrate his l
and good music during the 3 hours cruise. ;
birthday this Saturday. All 'who .
step:: by will got a "taste on the .
house" courtesy of Frank Flan- Conch salad will be on sale Prizes will be given. )
ders. OWNER-FR' 3-3654 'I I ,r.

Admission 2.00 ; .. i'
r1'w :
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THE NAACP membership t
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FOUNDA110N INVESTMENT '. ..
'drive on,* with workers out 'f' I "
in the street felting'memberships. TICKETS .ARE ON SALE NOW OR MAY 'BE.:PUR.

If a.pcrspn,gets. .? "memberJ. he COMPANY CHASED, AT THE BOAT OR CALL, NE'. 5.2030 -.
or she/gets free roundtrip on
the train 'to' N.Y.. City for the FR4 i-S072 AND .AJ' FOR. MANN : HUTCHESON:
,
A
Celebration NAACP 50th, which Goldep convenes Anniversary July 1208 Ainsley Bldg. .. .'f' Don't Forget The Time. Place or/Date" ''III : ,

13 thru 19. If a person gets 150 A -Jk! .. .M -. ; ....... __ .. .:. .A N4r,i.w . jt, ,.'.: ".,' 4'r': .{*<
memberships sold, tbcy will |et ,I -- J J .-'.. ..' .'

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300 ATTEND FLA. Announcement
Build social
1 Newspaper"SATURDAY I up your prestige
MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Mr. and Mrs. James Henry
C' 4 MAY 9 '1959 VOTERS LEAGUE 14800 Buchanan Street Learn to dance at
.AGE 6Pictured Richmond Heights
MEETBy
announce the engagement Don Strach&n's Dance Studio

STANLEY SWEETING of their daughter Jean .
7168 NW. 16th Ave PL 7 8766
to Clyde Youngson
Approximately 300 persons of Mrs. Hattie Youngof ..J) _..............
were in attendance durin the Beaumont, Texas
state-wide meeting of the Florida
Voters League, held In Haines
LuncheonThe
City Sunday April 26 Surprise
The meeting, a biennial convention members of Bethune
of the League, was held Chapter No. 87 OES, Richmond
in the Oakland High School Cafe- Heights, honored their worthy
tonum, with the Polk County matron: Sis Nannette Greer witha
Progressive Voters League as surprise luncheon on Sunday at,
host group. 14660 Harrison St Sis. Lula Bel-
All but two offices were open cher acted as hostess. She serveda
for election. most delicious turkey and ham
Dr. Von D. Mizell of Ft. Lau- repast with all the trimmings.Lace .
derdale was elected director qf. table cloth, lovely silver
research, replacing Dr. Emmett service and beautiful season flow-
W. Bashful of Tallahasse. And, ers as table decorations. Mrs. rr1TM )
T. C. Walker of Haines City was Greer was honored for her return
elected vice president of district from 'the annual session cf Beth-
8, replacing Stanley McKinney ot lehem Grand Chatter OES which '
Palmetto.The convened at the Masonic Temple r' 690U
non-partisan statewide organization 410 Broad St., Jacksonville.Don't .
is beaded by Edward
D. Davis of Tampa, while Dr. E. ,
A. Ward is vice president, and
COMMUNITY
Fret Fight DRUGS
,.,..".".. Mrs Elizabeth Espy! Johnson is -
secretary Join The NAACP 6750 N.W. 15th ATA.
are pupils of the Floral Heights Elementary The organization went on record -
School who were winners in the school-wide Speech Im- via resolutiops adopted at -=-- provement Contest. Reading from left to right: Theodore the convention, as opposing all
forms of segregation and dis-
Greer; sixth grade; Deborah Daniels, first grade; Anthony crimination. And called for the CUT-RATE/ STORE

Humes, second grade; Patricia Thompson, third grade, state legislature to implement the
and winners in the primary department: Gerrie Gilbert, Supreme Court's decision insteadof 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

fourth grade Judith Miles, fifth J1.de.and winners in the [ "wasting taxpayers money
Intermediate department. Patricia Thompson and Judith seeking to evade and ignore our SUNDAY, MAY 10, IS MOTHER'S DAY
constitution and federal law"Too l
Miles represented our school &t the Area ".r' Speech Improvement We have beautiful Mother's Day Cards and

CohaisiiSoa Program it Northwestern Senior the ,group also opposedany Delicious Candies
High Sc.hooJpriJ 30. change in our present state Gifts of all descriptions '
registration laws; pledged to support -
..
.. any candidate financially, Patent Medicines Incense ,

regardless cf race, creed or color A complete line of Drug Sundries at popular pricesA
HK --a hose platform will reflect the selected variety of human hir
best interest of the total com

munity; q.-posed closing the pubic Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
schools; of Florida for any reason -
; completely favors fair re- John A. McMinn, Owner
rri apportionment in the state. The .

organization also went on record .. .'.__c . "' _ -!:
approving Urban renewal to alleviate -

many slum areas in the ""r:.......,..

i 'iL Ej E state.Close and careful scrutiny of 2 AND 3 BEDROOMCBS
ik
J f j small loans was also called for
by te League's resolutions, emphasizing AND FRAME HOMES
those exploiting: low income -
# :: r groups. An4, approved a .
budget for the support of indigent ALSO..INCOME- PROPERTY' .
persons in the state.A .
note of interest was the approval AROUND ORCHARD VILLA AREA
of two ;yearly public
awards to persons, regardless of ALSO CARVER'S RANCHES
racial identity, who make the
most outstanding political contri- LOW DOWN PAYMENTSWe
The above pupils of the Floral Heights Elemental bution of the year in the state.

School are our Spelling Champions on their individual
buy lots and houses for cash
grade levels. Left to right: Vaughn Paige, first grade;
Berthine Pamela Dean, second grade; Shannon Lamarr For The Highest in

White, third grade; Donnie Townsend, fourth grade ; COSMETICSCall Chas. H. Pyke, RealtorPLaza

Clarinda Ann Kilpatrick, fifth grade; and William Ed YUkon 3-5681

ward Brown, sixth grade. William Edward Brown is also "SANDS" 7-8151
our school champion and represented the school in the Also

19th Annual Spelling Bee of the Miami Herald. Miami Times Newspaper

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Meeting., in Lake Wales- ( Personal Mention II I IMarlon


Mrs. Alaine S. Waldon, West. five serving as hostesses was .'a s:m Beauticians' ssoclatlon during -
.Palm Beach, state president of beautiful affair, but the chaIr- her tenure of office the association Johnson, former Mia- for Nassau, Thursday afternoon !
.. the Orange Blossom Beauticians man, Mrs. Florence All of Pompano has earned a place in mian now of New York City, is for a brief visit. The real estate t.
Association, Inc., has completed promises ycu haven't seen. the sum of organizations. winding up a week's stay in' the broker will substitute for Judge'
plans for the 22nd annual state. anything yet. C9me to Lake Wales May 17 Magic City. Johnson, former L. E. Thomas with a speech at a 'I
meet to convene May 17 thru the We salute President Waldon thru 21st to your sate convention. Florida athlete and member of meeting of the Progressive Lib
21st in the city of Lake Wales. and staff officers for the growth Convention headquarters: Elks the House of David baseball team eral Party.
Mrs. Dorothy Morgan is the local and progress of the Orange Blos- Rest, Lincoln Ave.let's returned home last Friday via
chairman. Final instructions have 3eabuard Air Line Railway.
been made to Department chair- .......... -- -- .. --,- ASC Nathaniel Gaiter Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Galtez
men, some of the outstanding pro- Mr. and Mrs Jolien Taylor left
jects qf the association are: I of loans GIbson Drive, Richmond
talk about Heights is visiting with his pa
The Education Department, jazzJACK Lounge has a wonderful selectionof rents after spending a year in i
with Mrs. Ollye Mae Walker of Korea. ,
these tunes on their Juke box ,
Jacksonville chairman. Annuallyan
(Ita) IVOF\Y, II -give listen OK?
oratorical contest is held, con Mrs. Lottie Wheeler has returned -
Open Letter to 'Jean" Mal 11 t
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testants using the subject "The .a
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from Tallahassee where
1959 is
-I not very far off. What it's
Negro and Beauty Culture. Fora .year j jazz was, perhaps, at going to be? she visited her daughter, Mrs. Rebecca -
prize the winner receives a its latest point since Louis 1 Be sure to read: Truinvbull, Park Bryant.
scholarship! to an accredited had take it
Armstrong .helped to by Frank London Brown.
school of beauty culture. up to Chicago jazzmen: had to "Never fall sbjve j
to for improvement Mrs. Alfreida Scott was honored
Community. Seryice -. ''The really jam. each night, because Thelonious' Monk, as an example and when there is with a surprise party Saturday, ,
hospital linen shower, Mrs. Fred- they had no other way of reaf- who has been playing in pretty much to be said, always say less AMri128 at the Sir John 535 Club.A .
die L. Cole, Gainesville, is the firming to themselves their own much the same way for 15 years, than what is necessary; words host of relatives and friends
chairman. In every city each artistry. but who was almost totally Ignored having respect to actions and actions were present to enjoy the many
year a linen shower is (given to Now the Benny Goodman band during the "cool" hiatus of having respect to words.- delicacies.Sam .
the local hospital by the association (that was organized in 1936)) was the early fifties, has suddenly Confucius
the most important single influ- emerged as a mover and shakerof Scrry folks it has to" be a little B. Solomon left on Mon-
ence in setting jazz on its feet the first magnitude, acting as a short this week, but I am [pressed day for Columbus, Ga., where he
Civil Liberties Mrs. Pearl and paving the way for the uc- everyone with whom he works. for time. will attend the State Beauticians
Hardy, FtiLauderdale, chairman fight< virile, healthy .condition this See you next week? Bye! Convention.
Through this department was set music! is in today. I say this optimistically If you are a constant reader of
up to help in the pursuit of first but with (great be- creativte catalyst on almost
this bit of information will
c.ass citizenship. lief. you
President Waldon stressed in Something wonderful has hap- remember I said something about
her message, "The most important pened to jazz, and no matter "Newport," well, future jazz his
activity in our organizationat whether you prefer "Friedrich torians may identify Mrs Elaine
this time is to register in order Gulda" giging at Birdland or Lorillard! of Newport, R.I as the
to vote, regardless to how you 'Lester Young" camxnunicatirts woman who launched the jazz
festival as part of the Americanway
vote-ust VOTE. his exhilarating message at a Jam
of life. For time after timeit
Each morning of the season session, you' are living In the most
has been said that it she
tips in parliamentary procedurewill exciting, most creative, and per- was
who 1953 decided
be given by J. L. Davis, Sanford haps most crucial age America's in to stage
such a Jamboree Ana believe
parliamentarian. me
state cnly culture achievement has
Preceding the business of the passed. we appreciate it.

association, the spiritual need is If "ie are at all familiar with Well Nat (King) Cole has done
filled by worship in one of the Jazz we would know that for the it again, this time with his LP
local churches. past decade or so jazz has been "Welcome to The Club." If you
The initial banquet of the chosen going through a so-called "cool" haven't heard this one, before
twenty-five held in St. Pet- phase; a display of emotion, you close your eyes tonight findit DRUG
ersburg fast\ year, honoring the either by the musician or listener and listen to the "King" and I I Y
state president and Unit Presidents is regarded as not only unseemly do mean "Klniy." It is terrific ; coln

with the chosen twenty- but downright "square,"' NOTE: The Carver Hotel l C.M. Iolllvtt .Si. Prop.

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and ask the Almighty to put themon
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going out and hustle for. what I i' ALL EXPENSE DIRECTOR MA&SEURER
All 1949 graduates and all
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SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1959 SAGE ,9 I'lug this column, I hivajust1. : heard

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floating in a river near Poplar-
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NE 5-3513 N.W. hoped against hope that justice
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FRIDAY, SATURDAY SUNDAY Recent events have placed a ly advanced In our civilization" a, 'siSa ;IPJ. .
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z---- .. bitter and tragic veil around the and civilized people should not How much longer wiUv these
Z Then he proved to be scut'hern' states and the law-/ employ prehistoric and, barbaric brutal acts happen in America?
abiding and decent citizens living customs in the carrying. .out of HQ%. much more inhumanity. can
a worthless, spineless in these states. No honorable man justice. But we still have maskedmen be meted out to southern Negroes
kind. I was lucky to or woman, living in any sectionof using Jungle methods. We ? But Negroes can help correct
have Dr. Laurent to our country can any longer: still have lynching. We still have this terrible situation. Negroes -
condoner the terrible happenings brutal attacks on Negro women. can register and vote, and
tumtoinmyhoufoffear. of the past few days. Where is our civilization? thus help in the fight against the
He saved met I forces of prejudice and bigotry.;
and delivered my II TWO MORE ACTS OF SHAME THE FLORIDA' CASE Apathy and fear will not remove
k discrimination' and" inhumanity,
i baby without Mack Charles Parkerwas/ drag- Last Monday a large propor- but determination and courage,
z due pain. That's ged from his cell in Potflarville, tion of the student. body of Fla. will. .
A and M University staged a pro \
why I wanted( YOU 1 group cfhood d men. Brutally test strike and fast to register
a to see it Then beaten before his abduction, the their Indignation and righteous NEWS FROMHOMESTEAD '
L you'll have no un 23-year-old Negro has literally wrath against the crime committed -
iI ;' disappeared from sight.; No traceof against one of their schoolmates r.
answered questions : him, or his 'kidnappers has This was not a violent By EDDIE SMITH
about. *. .. :a. come to light. Knowing( the circumstances I protest. It was peaceful and"calm. I Approximately 150 people were
and knowing past 'But strong determination to have present Sunday at the St. Mat-
I history, there seems to be little an end put to such brutal acts thaw Church of Homestead wherea
doubt but that another southern was seen on the face of every program was held in honor of
lynching has occurred. young man and woman. In thenotsolongago the popular' disc jockey. Eddie
Jn our own state of Florida past, such a protest Smith, who was celebrating his
the state that has been called would have been unheard of; first anniversary. Miss Louise
one of the more enlightened areas the climate of the south would Griffin and Willie Rutland from
in the south, another tragedy not have countenanced such a WFEC were his special guests. A
took place a few days ago. A meeting of members of the sincere thanks to all who were
Florida and M University student i south's biggest minority group. present and also to Rev. J. S.
U1LOB1RTH was abducted at gun point I Brutal attacks upon individuals' Davis and his congregation.:
a and later found bound and gagged by other individuals In ou'r society -
in her kidnappers' car. She I are not uncommon, unfor- Richard Smith Is still 111. We
InI had been tunately. Such acts are acts of
dramatically presented criminally assaulted. are wishing. a speedy recovery
as cowardice and unlicensed, base for him..
Laurent THE PARKER CASEIt emotions, whether done by Whiteor

r. I The Case of Dr. is not for us to say, or knowat Negro. And such acts deserve Friday, May 22 the Young
: this time, ,/whether Mack just punishment, if our society People Social and Civic Club will
f ,JEAN GABIN .1 Parker was guilty of the crime is to survive as a law-abiding, have their first annual Spring
L NICOLE COURCEL .. j of which he //was charged. He was I civilized entity. Ball at the A. L. Lewis Elemen-
THE STORY OF AN UNWED MOTHER awaiting trial in Mississippi whenhe TWO LAWSIn tary School. Anyone who would
was removed forcibly by like to join this club, please do
masked men. The due processesof the south there has been a so this Monday night, May 11, at
"T O N K A"
Plus Walt
Disney's law, would' we hope, have history of STARRING SAL MINEO found him guilty or innocent of justice: one for Whites, the other Let you fall to join Monday night
the crime charged against him. I for Negroes. Negroes have not an extra dollar of joining; fee
MONDAY TUESDAY say, hope, because there have been afforded the respect for will be charged.
been similar cases, time after human life and rights given to Beginning at 3 o'clock on May
I Shown only at 9 i 10 time, in the south. The verdict Whites in a court of law. Only 22, there will be a Variety Show
R s Ina WisoPO"7ti w Leff t5N always has read the same. If the now some semblance of justice is held at t the Homestead Park.
man is a Negro, he is guilty, being exercised tbpougtiout the Jimmy Mackey was a 2-1 un-
w&'i' What trials there have been have south toward Negroes. Those derdog in his first home fight.
j usually been travesties of Justice colored people expecting JusticeIn
We are holding no brief for a our southern American: courts We are proud to have Officer: ..,
man guilty of a terrible crime, of l law have almost without exception Jimmle Wright on,our police ,v-
be he White or Negro. A man 'been deprived of their force, along with Officer M. Good-
4k. t b r MN Mrrwr I found guilty under the law, dignity and rights here, as .in win.CLEAN. .
s'aa,M stla0rll01aC>lotsa should be ,punished for his crime,
according to our legal processes
But a man, be foe White or Negro
LAHCE should be given the chance for a CLEAN.
lA fair and Just trial. Civilized! men . ai"
RUSN p do not, at this stage of living, any "
B longer take Justice Into their onvn

hands. In 1950 we are many, CLEAN. ,
many years removed from the
Jungle and cave-man living. At
least we are supposed to be fair-
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GREATER NEW | And Followed -
"Jesus Arose
,Rev.. W K, Smith, pastor Him." The subject of the
'. ,Mrs.-R Conley, clerk evening message was "May we

i Using*parables to highpoint his Introduce. You to The Man.
Get well wishes to Mrs. Mary
the
message Sunday morning was Tarpley, Nathan Miller, Hora-
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pastor*as he spoke/ Vo! Major.
Her
Stirs
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Nest, God Will Stir 'His People."
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to ,The evening worship was Ml. CALVARY BAPTIST

I cheered nvlth the visitation of Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor
Saddle of
Evangelist Rev B. Phyllis; Myers, reporter
Cleveland, Ohio, who also delivered

the ,message on the subject, "Give ear to my _words, 0 Lord,
"Power." consider my meditation."

BETHANY BAPTIST I After the message, everyone We began another Sunday with
surrendered obedience unto the the Sunday School which' began

I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" 3078 N.W. 45th St. commandment of Christ, as we at the usual hour with Deaccn
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor all snipped together in the same G. Mann, superintendent, in
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1959 Sunday School........... 9:30: am fashicn of him and his disciples. charge' The lesson 'was reviewedby
I
Morning Service ............ 11 am Plenty of good food will !be Rev Stephens.

BTU ................................ 5:30 pm cooked and sold In the church
MATTHEW AMEZ Evening Service ............ 7:30: pjn dining rocm Saturday, May 9 for The devotional! service was
BAPTISTMrs.
MT. TABOR Prayer Service Thurs. 7:30: p.m the (benefit of the Deaconess conducted by Bro. Florence. The

Lois Hicks, reporter 1628 N.W. 5th Are. Board No. 2. music for the hour 'was furnished -
NOTE: Visitors are always wel Rev. Daniel Pridgen pastor MT. ZION A. M. E. A grand time is expected to be by the No. 2 'choir. Then our

CO le. unday School............... 9:45: am 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. had Sunday, May 10 at pjm., pastor came and delivered the
Order of Service Morning Worship ...?..-... 11 Jnvening Locka when the Junior choir No. 2 sponsors morning message, 'Times ,Wind- I

Sunday School....................... 9:3' worship ...-...._ 7:30: pjn Rev. C.Opa J. Jenkins, pastor a musical program featuring ing Up."

Morning worship' 11:00 ............. .:30 choirs and choruses throughoutthe Then had BTU the director
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BTU ........................................ 5:30 TRINITY WESLEYAN Sunday School : a.m city of Opa Locka and Miami: we .with -
............ 11 in
7:30 Morning worship am charge. We had a very
worship ... ...............
Evening ? I Rev George E. Johnson, pastor League .......-......?.......,...,... 5 pm short ,program and our testimonial -
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews reporter Evening worship .?-?........, 7 p.m. NEW MT. CALVARYRev. service.
ZION HILL BAPTISTRev. +unday School.- 9.a.m
Morning worship ...-..-_-....- llw: UNITARIAN W. P. Tarpley, pastor Sunday night the devotional
Pickett pastor FIRST
James ,
Edna E. Thompson reporter
Young People's Meeting 5pmST. service was conducted by Deacon

We are very thankful to an- A dedication service for child- Belin and the Deaconesses. The '
Sunday" School was opened at '
nounce that we have moved into JAMES BAPTIST ren and parents will beheld on musk was furnished by the No. 1
the usual hour by the superintendent. -
cur new church on NW 24th court BTU ."..-... 5:30: pJD Sunday, May 10, 11 ajn., at the We had a large attendance. choir. Then our paster preached .

and 48th st., Brownsville. Evening: Worsuip ............ 7:30 p.m First Unitarian Church, Dixie Each class was beautifully taught. another great message, "Power in
Sunday will be our first meet- welcome Highway at S.W. 29th Road. Rev. Prayer."
Visitors always Remarks by Bro. Melton. We had
ing there and would like to see Sunday School........... 9:30: tjn Glenn O. Canfield will preach on an early morning, baptism and
After service the Lord's Sup-
friends there. Sunday Schoolat the subject, "Togethering.
our Morning Worship 12:00 ajn received two for
9:45: a.m.; morning service at 323 N.W. 14th St. At 12:15 following the service, more baptism. : per was given to those whowish/ -

11 a.m. evening worship at 8 Rev. J. L. Johnson, pistorSunday the Liberal Religious Youth conducted Morning by.jrayer Deacons service Slaughterand was I ed to be fed. '
o'clock. Services will meet. -
(Rev. James Pidkett is formerly group Smith. Bro. F. Johnson pray- Visitors are always welcome to
ed for the sinners. come and worship with us at
anjrtime.
from St. John Baptist Church on ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN '
NW 3rd ave. and had been for Our \pastor delivered both ser .

where he served in 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Rev. James E. Culmer, pastor - .
many years -'IT";'_'N' .: II .'
the choir for 12 years until God Phone FR 9-1424 Eddie Edwards, clerk !
He servedin MASSES Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m
him to
called the ,pulpit preach.//whenever needed, Daily................................. -8 am Morning worship 11:0: RATES GOING UP *

along with Rev. Johnson, until Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m Westminster Fellowship .... 6 p.m The' Newspaper Say-Save Money by Getting

he decided to go out into the AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
TRIUMPH CHURCH BAPTIST
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world for himself. Hb church Is .
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known as Zion Hill Baptist and Prince H. Mobley, pastor Mother's Day will (be fittingly NOW- Before the rates go up

was on 18th ave. and 64th st. Sis. C. McKinney, reporter observed at Temple. A women's Many of our months policies start as low as

until he moved this week. chorus will render music both $12 Down
All the neighbors in Browns- "David, King of Israel" was
morning and evening. The Faithful -
ville and friends elsewhere and the subject of the lesson on Sun- Few Club No. 11, Mrs. L. SERVICE t FIRST INS., AGENCY

those who don't have a church day !past. Lesson found II Sam- Blatch, ,president, will attend Ina

home please visit us where you uel 5:6-8.: Memory verse: "The body at the 1'1' ajn. service. It '64Si'N.W: '36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' Market
will meet the spirit and king that faithfully judgeth the
warm
Mother's.
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established :
his throne shall be
meet the friendly members. poor, will ,be !pinned on more than a
Dinners will be served free to;ever." Proverbs 29:14.:
hundred mothers by'their child-
Sunday after morning service. the lesson was.- discussed by the '
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ren and grandchildren; at this .. ... -
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classes and the closing remarks "'''8 -- "
service.
CORINTH BAPTIST were given by the pastor.

1450 N.W. 59th St. ever The and YPE,progressing Band is as wonderfully. great as. The young at people 5:30 will featuring presenta Get"out"of- the: rut! Come and see
program pjm.
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor
The of the lesson was'God's
Phone NE 5-1518 subject readings, solos, etc., 'with "Moth '
Power Incomparable", er" as /the theme.A .
Services
Sunday
Sunday School every........... 9:30 a.m. Exodus 15J1-14., missionary from the Baha- Bishop, HunterH
Morning Service ............ 11 a.m The evening devotional service mas will Ibe the speaker at the 7
Evening Service ,....... 7:30 p.mBAHA'I was conducted ,by Bro. E. Wil- p.m. worship.The .
liams and the expression was
open by Sister G. Edwards and church's: oldest mother, WELL ,
ASSEMBLY the youngest, and the mother
the other saints and friends gave
KNOWN AS
I Mrs. Toby Emanuel of 43 tar their testimony that the Lord live having the most children in attendance -

Island, Miami Beach, will speak through them daily. The evening will be honored ,guestsfor PROF. HUNTER.
at the Baha'i Center, 137 NW sermon was delivered by Prince the day. ,

llth ave., 7:45: !pjm. Sunday, May Mobley and his subject was .
f 10. Her subject will be "The 1Htow Shall We Escape. If We ST. JAMES A.M.E. For'the past '33 years ,

Master Calls." All races and Neglect So Great a Salvation." Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor

4 faiths are cordially invited to at- Hebrews 2:3: and' St. Matt. 23:33.: Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporterMother's r If you are sick and t <

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tend.i After the sermon the 'spirit of worried or in trouble b
will be observer
i the Lord came down as showersof Day
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST blessing and many praises throughout the day Sunday at St. this is the place to
i James. During the 11, a.m. worship ;'
The altar call hi the '
went forth. was come. Don't stay 'kti
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor
a (warming tribute will be '
1571 N.W. 68th Terrace made call. Rev and Gloster many was accepted our visit-the paid to all mothers, and a pre- rut Push back the rail e ,. ,, ,
Mrs. Hazel Levan, reporterOur sentation will be made to the
understanding
ing minister for the evening. of the lack of
regular Sunday School ser mother of the year. luck
and bad 'f /
vice will (begin at 9:45: 'With our I MT. HERMON A. M. E. The Presiding Elder, Rev. F. A.
superintendent, Mrs. Hazel Levan Allen will deliver the Mother's that seem to hold you _
Rev. Samuel Gay, pastor Day sermon, and the choirs 'will
presiding. The lesson for May 10 in your track and ad .
will be Nathan and David. (Fac-, Opa Locka render music.
Sins. Publicity Committee vance forward by the .
ing Our ) I e
On Friday night, May 8 the '
.Since- Sunday is Mother's Day Sunday past was a high day at I presiding elder will hold the sec- help of God. ; < 'I. .

our entire services throughout Mt. Hermon, "The biggest little ond .
quarterly conference 7:45
Your home and day life be made happy.
the day will be dedicated to all every can
church Intd-vn. The delivered
pastor p.m. All boards, clubs and auxiliaries -
mothers in the, community. The two wonderful sermons cf the church are aSked to He will showyouto: bypass your enemies and get the

Sunday School will present a .and eight persons were received present a written report. things that God put in the world for you. Let. the

bouquet of red roses,to the oldest as members, three being con- The Sunday School //will begin peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the

mother present, 'With the largest verts. at 9:30: ajm., under the super- power that is in you I will be awaken and you will be
amount of children I present. This Sunday will be a history vision of Bro. Theodore Roddy in a higher state of mind and spirit.
Williams holds
Eugene the making day at Mt. Hermon. The and his staff of officers and

banner of the BTU quiz, sponsored pastor and members are going all teachers. All parents are askedto Listen to 'Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on
by Mrs. Spikes director of the yourdial
out to make the day one long to bring their children to Sun-
' morning-at 6:59 from
BTU. All new members will be every Monday through
be
:remembered. They are plan-
day School and 'join in the studyof
awarded gifts. Our BTU takes ning a program honoring' the old- God's word. Friday and .on' Sunday at 6:45 a.m. you are invited

place at 5 pjm on Sunday. est mother, the youngest' mother You are invited to worship\ to>*lisl.n.to the -Radio, Ministry of Bishop Hunter of

Our pastor will take his text and"the mother with the most with us at 'The Friendly ChUrch the.Spiritual,Temple-of Zion Church located at 5417

for the evening worship fromGenesis children and pay tribute to the greatestof Southwest 17th .St., Hollywood, Fla. Donation will
3:20: "nd Adam called hlswife'
Along with these mothers the
them all-Mother. be'accepted for'.the ,continuation of'this broadcast.
name Eve; because she was ladies will honor Mrs. Gay, the
the mother of all living." pastor's wife who is also moth .
a
i ict.
Profs Hunter's office is
Mrs. Virginia Franklin, a well open daily from 10 a.m.

known Miamian representative The ,public Is Invited to come ASTHMATICS to'4.p.m. fromN 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and con

from Mt. Zion Baptist Church out and /witness this affair. Want simple, effective relief sultation. Closed,all.day Wednesday. Prof. is licensedby

will be the guest speaker on Sun- Remember the sick in your from choking, racking been the State and County'as a Reader.
day, May 17 at '11 am. for our prayers, and don't forget to attend hjal asthma spasm? Get genuine

annual. Women's Day program. church Suniay.Don't nreatheaajr see what, yon One'mile'cast of 7th Ave.' on Highway 441 Old
She has chosen as her subject, have been There's no
miming.. Pembroke Road*,3'miles 'west of Hallendale. Remern.
Kind of Mind Should
"What a substitute for original Breath.
The' Christian,. Woman Have?" easy Inhalant and nebulizing set berthtt'address, 5417 S.W.17th St., West Hollywood,
Fret Fight!
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Florida.
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INCARNATION MT. SINAI BAPTIST THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"
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Y 1835 N.W. 54th Street .
Rev S. A. Thomas, pastorD. SATURDAY MAY 9 1959 PAGE 11
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vl ar. ,
B.
Susan Duller, reporter reporter

The fourth: Sunday in Apri(
SUNDAYS'ajm.Church: ended the much talked about United Church tian Social Relations.
9:30 School and '

Bible Class 4 f,s by general the church.rally that Everyone was sponsored( seemed Women of Miami Mrs. Sterling L. Hunter, wife

11:00: ajm.-Solemn High Mass well pleased over the successful of the pastor at St. John's Pres-

and Sermon with procession j' : : ; ,, outcome. "Hew 'much Is Enough?" Is the byterian Church was speaker.
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5:0: pjm.-Meeting of the Episcopal The first Sunday i is to be remembered theme for the 1959 observance of speaker '
Young Churchmen, as Galore Church Day. May Fellowship Day-one of the
,
at the church Beginning in the Sunday School: three special days observed annually -
7:30: PJrn..so1emn: Evensongand Activities, which was largely attended :1 across Arnerlcaj United
sermon with proces- Pik r' and much interest, and ; Church Women of the National I
sicn and Benediction of attention exhibited. Intermediate Council of Churches The local L A. BURROWS

the Blessed SacramentThe and Senior Day was carriedout observance was scheduled for May
nicely. Miss Sarah Williamswas 7 at. Coral Gables First Methodist TRANSFERFor
Episcopal Churchwomen ol mistress of ceremonies. She Church. Brunch was serv-
the Incarnation and Church was quite charming in her per ed from 11:30: to 12:15: In Fellow- quick, dependable
School are sponsoring a Mothei's formance as such. The young' ship Hall followed by the pro Service
Day program on Sunday, May people who participated, proved gram in the Sanctuary at 12:30.:
10 on the lawn of the home of much credit net only for themselves I The purpose of May Fellow- Phone OX 1-9163
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Johnson, --- -" -- but to others, the church ship Day Is threefold: 1. To bring
67th St.
1742 N.W.
1925 NW 66th st. The little folk, REV. WM. McWESLEY Included. I church women together for'' fellowship -

as well ,as the women have plan- Beginning Monday night, ; May We Mt. Sinaians are now lock- '.I 2. To promote greater Specializing in furniture
ned a very enjoyable' program.We 4,, and running through to Sundaya ing forward to homecoming and unity and understanding. 3. To movingDRIVER'S
do wish would present a program with a theme
you encourage sencs of services are being heldat appreciation dayl Watch for the
them by attending this affair Shiloh Baptist. Church, Home- date. You must plan to attend. related to some aspect of Chris-

Mrs. Oscar Range, managerof stead, to welcome the*new pastor, We will be expecting you. I ...
: the Ranae Funeral Home, will the Rev. William McWesley. Brother Charles Brooks has F
be the guest speaker for the been added to the Deacon Board
evening. The program will be- The local ministers and congregations by ordination. We pray for him LICENSE !
gin at 4:30: pm. and those of neighboring in the service. You are always
communities axe programmedto welcome to worship with us. We
The Episcopal Ohurchwomen 'carry out the services for the solicit your presence.Mother's I BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
will have its Spring United week. Sunday at 3 'pm. the
Thank Offering Ingathering and installation sermon will be delivered -
Corporate Communion at the 11 by the Rev. W. F. TannerSr. Day O'BERRY'SMAGIC

ajm. Solemn High Mass on Sun- ., and Dr. J. A. F. Finlayson, At Spiritual BaptistMother's .
day, May 10. All women of the president of the. General Baptist CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
Incarnation are asked to be pres- State Convention of Florida, will Day Sunday
May 10
ent for this and their thanksgiving give the charge will be observed at Siritual Baptist FR 4-7756

service. You should make a Rev. MoWesley is well known Church, 10250 SW 176th st., 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
special effort to be present to and his many friends wish for Perrine, with a special Mother's
give thanks to God for all of Hi his success. Day sermon Sunday morning by .
manifold blessing from your last the Supply pastor, Rev. Ernest' .
leathering and for always. ANTIOCH BAPTIST Hutcheson Jr., Th.B.

Rev. O. W. Foster, palter In the evening beginning at OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
.
Mrs. Levi Johnson Is president.Mrs. T:45: a ,programme in
tribute
to
Elijah Strachan, UTO treas- A. L. Johnson, reporter mothers will be presided over by I I
I SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
urer. Mrs. Bernice Davis
Behold Thy Mother--John 19: a member of .
ANNIVERSARY I the Church; and the principal address .0.1 CV.U& ..&,. acsnv'IJI .
CELEBRATION 27.Yes, it is a beautiful tribute, will be delivered by Lester
this setting aside of Mother's Day Albert of the House of Albert.

Sunday, June 7, organ recital, Yes,she has earned a million (If church Music will be rendered by the jjr
.
presenting Mrs. Berthenia White, them. Her life of sacrifice, her choir.Kelly's
Mus. M., Fisk Univerrsrity, 5 pjm. existence is not for herself alone. 5
at the church. Hers is a life of lights, in her Chapel
7:30: pjn.-Confirmation work her !prayers, her daily life,
''Monday, June 8, anniversary you will And the source of all Youth FellowshipThe
banquet. that is self-sacrificing. God bless
Friday, June 12night of games all the mothers of our country. first project, A Million r
Tuesday, June 30, baby contest Dollar Wedding sponsored by theM
Order of Service Y. F. on Wednesday night,

MARTIN MEMORIAL AME Sunday School..........*.......... 9:30 April 29, at the church was a
Morning worship *,..n......-... 11:00 great success. The colorful activ-
Richmond Heights BTU .....nn..nu-n-....:............. 8:30: ity featured members of the
Rev. Albert Jones, pastor :Eveningworship .....,....,.:?..... 7:00: M. Y. F. and teenagers of other
neighboring churches who
were
Services 'were as usual for the
attired
In
different
MT. ZION BAPTIST many evening
first Sunday. Holy Communion styles and colors. In the double
was administered at both ser- Luvenla Knox ring ceremony led by Andy my years of Experience. guide and protect you through
vices, and our pastor deliveredtwo Public Relations Officer Young, the minister, Elizabeth Life M u Lighthouse guide. the ship in a storm
inspiring messages. Banks the beautiful bride dressed -
Sunday' School began at the Sunday at the Mt. Zion Baptist in white lace and taffeta, was WIIKN OTIIUIU FAIL YOU 8KB MM '

usual hour with the superinten- Church our minds took' a united for 60 seconds to Richard For Success in Business And Love
dent in charge. The lesson was retrospective view of the time Hamilton, a member of the
reviewed .by Leroy Dennis. And when our Master hung upon the Church of Christ who wore sanvi- CONSULT HER -

again class No. 7 received the attendance I cross. Our hearts (were gladenedand formal dress. 0 You can now have your home made happy
our souls washed clean as Other participants In the wed-
banner. Get and Hold the position so long wanted
0 you
we ate of His body and drank of lag were LIllie Ann Edcar, maidof
Tuesday evening our pastor his blood. The setting at bot h honor, Henry Robert Mitchell, 0 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
held official board meeting of the services: were made right by the best man; Jimmy Lee and Ruby 0 By the help of God she can help you

month. singing of appropriate music by Johnson, flower girls; Dwight
, \ Choir No. 2 has been organized the choirs and the sermons Dillard and Roger Butts, ring Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

and choir No.1 wish them which /were so beautifully pre- bearers and the following brides- troubleIt

success. sented by our minister.We maids and ushers: Dotty Moore, will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First

On Sunday afternoon the were happy to have our Margaret Johnson, Patsle Cooper Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too caw
Women's will presenta
Auxiliary\ Cynthia Young, Carita Rhome,
visiting friends feast of
many be touched by this trance mysterious power
to mother
program in tribute Betty Nelson, Alveita Grigley,
the Holy Spirit with us. We invite -
please come and enjoy this treatin Luella Cooper, parbara Williams,
LIFE
them to come again soon and WHY GO THROUGH UNHAPPYThe
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store for you. Esther McNeil, Dorothy Bowen,
we invite others to come. Thereis and the children of Israelof
Mote
God who delivered
and the same
Remember the sick Marsha McIver, Mazie WJlllams,
shut-ins in your prayers. which no greater fellowship' than that Barbara Cooper, Fredrick Ward, old Is still alive today and will open a way for you through
we God experience when we Kenneth Gay, Alphonto TOwnie, the troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lend you or
worship together.
Alvin Rolle, Robert Kemp, Joseph
stumble, with him.
METHODIST 10 is Mother'sDay. you
EBENEZER I Sunday, May Caldwell, Ernest Mills, Samuel
doubt the existence of things because! you cannot see
and in ))0
Every daughter son you
Rolle
Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor : Elijah Tyler, Allan Turner -
should forth special ?
put them
America and Robert Singleton.Mrs. .
Ernestine I,.. Hambrlck. report;
efforts to make Mother feel the David B. Simmons, Miss What do you think of the Invisible wares and sounds that
The Pastor's Aid Board will true virtue of her role. Children, Marsha McIver, Robert Singleton make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?
have charge of class meeting on make mother proud of: her day and Samuel Rolle rendered lies concealed secret Pent In the
wed before It sprouts,
A
that all of the
her know
Tuesday night. make lovely, appropriate Instirumental
AN !
T1IKHIC IS "TJNBBBN
The delegates who attended work, sacrifice, and pain of prev- and vocal music for the occasion. dark earth or womb of Nature.
meeting of the WSCS in St. Petersburg I ious years have not 'been in vain., Miss Beverly Dillard served as POWER"
reported having had a Come to Pharr Out on Sunday pianist for the evening. Therefore acquaint yourJf' '
very Interesting meeting. afternoon from 4 to 6 and bring The M. Y. F. expresses sincere .r
Sunday is Mother's Day. All your mother. Choir No. 2 is appreciation to everyone who self with the one who Is an 'r 9

mothers are asked to bring their sponsoring a Mother's Day Tea. helped to make our bride and authority. Whose private '
families along so that we all may This affair has been carefully groom contest and our Million consultation will evolve you ;
worship together as a family. planned and some of the finest Dollar Wedding a success. to a higher state of mind. i
There will also be infant baptismand talent in Dade has been Invitedto Elizabeth Banks, president '
reception of members iMo participate. This will be an Rev Leroy Dell, pastor All Information is r

the church. affair worthy of, your presence. .1
Make plans now to attend the Please come. Strictly Confidential"Office
annual Spring Tea sponsored by
choir Nd. 2 of Ebenezer Sunday, HICKS'Photo Hours 0 a.m.-8 p.m. t
May 16 from 4 to 6 pm. Dona- Musical Tribute Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.Don't .
tion $1.00.Our StudioUltra
sick and shut-ins are Sis The Mt Zion Baptist Church Write-Call in Person '
choir No. two Invites the publicto
Jackson Me- Fine Portrait
ders Francis Turner,
morial Hospital; Carrie Wright, its annual musical tribute to DAILY READING f 1.0O UP ____
Carswell, Mothers on Mother Day, May James IC. licks, Prop.
st Amy
1936 NW 59th ,
15955 E. Bunche Park Drive; 10. 4 to 6 pm. at, Pharr Out, 4720 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE y
314A NW 14th st; NW 31.t ave.Charles Studio r
Francis Hyler,
Creola Parker, 418 NW 8th st;; E. Miller, president 2440 NW 60th St. MADAM HUNTER _
Rev. E. T. Graham pastorbrive.Carefully
Florence Holmes, 3352 NW 53rd t
st.; Bro. Harvey. Ross 1727 NW Phone NE 3-3166 1657 N.W. 73rd St., MiamiTHE ,

4th ct.Visitors.
are always welcome to

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THE MIAMI,-TIMES-"ThePeople.' Newspaper" : IT ,: ,. .,. } Magnolia Hospital, ,\... .

j 'Barbara Mitchell of 2127 NW

PAGE 12 \".<1 ..SATURDAY. ,: ,. MAY 9, 1959 71st street Is doing,nicely at Magnolia -

j Hospital after, giving birth,
i" to a ibaby boy. :

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st. Is doings nicely .'
The Bahamas t ... ..,. .
In-Around , .
!Betty-Otis of 3560 NW '60th st: "
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Is doing nicely '. ' > '
McKENZlETO . ,.
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-_._- _...........N//MMr1.IN//N...-..;.....-...........N// This home and beautiful f x Pearline Glllis 213'NW ,2nd '
lovely > '
ave. is making a fine :recovery
Bahamas lost one of Its garden of Mr. and Mrs. Harry rest, but later went along. at Magnolia.- : '
talented sons on April 30 when !Mrs. Loretta Lockhant was killed Nabble, 2501 NW 153rd St. In, Deal faced 'trial Tuesday morn-

the Rev. Father John Taylor left in an auto accident when she In Opa Locka, will be the setting ing in Municipal Court at the Claudie Walker of 1430 NW

Nassau ,to take up Parish workat was hit by a car driven by / for the Spring IngatheringTea Justice, building..11e was found 72nd st. is doing nicely.
St. ugustine Church in Dallas, Thomas Anrnaly on April 24, on sponsored by the Division guilty on both 'counts ad fined
Texas. He said his last Mass at Rosetta treet. The unfortunate of Women of the Episcopal "
$15 or 6 days on the two charges. Mrs. Lillie Jenkins of 1103 NW
&t Agnes on the previous morn- woman was returing from a hos- Church of the. Transfiguration,
68th st., has been released from
ing and (was so overcome emotionally ,. pital iwlhere! her husband was from 4 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, May .
that he broke down be- seriously ill when she was struck 10 (Mother's Day). A very fine N.Y. WomanMinister Magnolia. ?

fore the altar. Annaly is said to have been program has been planned which
to Speakat
Father Taylor is a playwright: driving while under the influenced will bring to you some of Miami'sand , ,I Recuperating at Magnolia Hospital -

of note. He (has written and stag- liquor. The case will be heardon Opa Locka's most talented Mt. Olivette: %the fcllowing patients: \ .

ed several successful dramas, and May 22.Patrick women. An open Invitation is The Rev:' Druecillar Fordiham land Mrs.street M. R.Mrs.Clarke of 1871 Rut ,
Amanda
> ; Perryof
the best 'wishes of his many extended. of
pastor Christ Temple Baptist
Gardner of Tarpon 1445A NW 72nd st; Nathaniel
friends go with him. Church, New York City, will be
Bush
Bay, Eleuthera, /was found deadon WHITE MAN oM6310_ NW 21st ave.
guest 'speaker :for 'Women's Dayat
Mrs. Mary Rolle, the "Mother"of the road between Savannah
Mt. Olivette Baptist Church,
Sound and Palmetto Point on FINED FORSLAPPING
Margaret's Church Hart's,
St. Rev. I. C. Mickins, pastor on NoticeAll .
Exuma, died last week at her Atrll 24. An autopsy showed that Sunday, May 17r
home, and was laid to rest in he died as the result of muftiple NEGRO I The Rev. Fordham born in
the church's cemetery. She will be fractures of the skull. It is believed WOMANA South Carolina, and was was con- parents: are! cordially' Invited
and that a oar ran over himas and strongly urged to
missed in the community, a-
vented at the of 12. She holds
her his head was crushed age tend the last meeting cf the
especially for her services in ; White Second Ave. businessman the office of vice president ol Dor-
church.Mr. was arrested Monday following the Women's Auxiliary of the Mt sey Junior High PTA Mcnday,
May 11 at 8 in the
-- an altercation involving p.m. school's
Zion Missionary Baptist Associa-
J. R. Taylor, Miami real- Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal a Negro woman and man, according tion of which Rev. Thomas Jen- auditorium. .
tor, paid a brief visit to Nassauon to Officer Victor Butlerof kind Your child spent 180 days In .
( ) or Poughkeepsie, N. Y. i is
business last week. He 'was the local police force. school. Did you spend a few
moderator .has
2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. ; served on the advisory -
with the Improvements Deal hOurs' once a month in the PTA
much (pleased Ven. John E. Culmer' John Franklin who is board of the Women's ?
that have taken place in affiliated with Avalon Studios at Ministerial Conference Top matters on the agenda: Elec-
priest in charge of ,America -
the "ole town." 715 NW 2nd ave., was charged and tions and installation of officers
Stanley Sweeting, reporter Inc served for 22 yearsIn So please be
present at this
with assault and battery ''With the choir 'of Walker Memorial meet- ,
Freeport, Grand Bahama is to Services Sunday hands en Mrs Melba Davis of Baptist Church Ing.S.
every New York. She
have a $15,000,000 anhydrous Morning .worship ..........-....... 9:30: 660 NW 13th St., apt. 1. Deal (was has completed. the required four-! O. Cohen, ,principal

ammonia, urea and ammonium: Sunday School................... 10:30: also charged with disorderly con- year course "of the National Trade Peter L. Thompson, president
plant built by the U. S. in the duct by using profanity to Cecil and Professional. School for Women

near future. The firm, will manu- Visitors always welcomed. Lewis of 1309 NW 3rd ave. The and Girls in Washington- Help WantedFor
facture fertilizers and other The Division of Women of the incident occurred shortly after D.C. ,
under Dr
Nannie H. Bur-
Chemical products. t is estimated Episccpal Church of the Transfiguration noon Monday at Avalon Studios, roughs, and also, two of the the best in Beach Jobs see
that it (will have about 100 em- ,is sponsoring a Spring according to the police report. D. L. Moody Institute years Mrs. Mac. We are placlnj cooks,
ployees with a payroll of about Ingathering Tea, to be held Sun- Officer Butler said Mrs. Davis Chicago. housekeepers, maids and child-

$280,000 a year. day afternoon, May 10, from 4 had a dispute with Deal over. care women In year around positions -
to 6 in the beautiful .garden of acme pictures which the studio -salaries to $50.00. '

On 'April 30, Mrs. Ida Jane the home of Mr. and Mts. Harry was supposed to have for "her LOTS FOR SALE Hcstesses, we are paying $2.00' .

Butler: of Okra Hill quietly cele- Nabbie, 2501 NW 153rd st., Oa During the dispute Deal, in refunding transportation on any live-in girl "
brated her 100th /birthday. Mrs. Locka. A well-planned, programhas her money, Is alleged to Faun Terma we. place. Come early in a.m. and

(Butler came to Nassau from Rum been arranged for those who have thrown the money on the Build on your lot bring clothes.ARELIABLE.

Cay when she was a girl, and has attend. Some of the city's most floor, An argument followed and or .mine EMPLOYMENT

seen the town grdw from the talented women will appear on during the argument Deal is alleged We take care, of financingNO SERVICE .
"lamp post" days to its present program. You are welcome to to have slapped( Mrs. 432 Espanola Way, Miami. Beach
magnificence. She can still do come and bring your friends and Davis. MONEY DOWN M9

for herself around the home. family. LtAvls+ who was standing; nearby Cub paid for your loU or ...

saw what had happened and
Chief Inspector John Thomas rushed in to intercede in Mrs. llaomeSEYMOUR ZEAK AND 'SON

Crawley, 37, has been promotedto Range . Davis' behalf. Deal is also alleged BARON
the rank of ssistant Superintendent / to have used a volley of pro- Body Building GymPhone
of Police. He has hadan Lawrence Johnson the 7yearold fanity at Lewis. Lewis called the JE 81340

enviable record on the force. son of Mrs. Lucille Hubbardof police. M U 1-3667
since he joined in 1940. From 2269 NW 6th St, died at Va-. Officer Butler added that Dealat I Licensed and Insured Builder

198 he. was made corporal, lance riety Children's Hospital on May first refused to submit to ar- 1995 N.W. 152nd St., Opa Locka.'

sergeant,. sergeant, and inspector.In 1. Besides his mother he is 'survived Body building contest, weight: ', .
November, 1956 after completing by one brother. Chapel lifting and MM! Virginia Beach' .
,a six months officers train- services will be conducted at 10 Dorsey School ,Chorus in Recital TonightThe contest for 1959 sponsored byJv; N

Ing course in England the prev- a an. Saturday, May 9. Burial will Zeak and Son Body Building, *
tous year, he received the promotion be held at Evergreen Memorial Dorsey Junior High School l Chorus\ ; under the Gym, July 4th.. t .

of chief inspector. He has Cemetery. direction of William Johnson, will ve.lts, annual concertin There will be
served in the Criminal Investi- trophies for all, -
the school auditorium tonight. sp elal.iLdded attrac- first prize winners. Trophies and

gation Department and other Mrs. Elizabeth Hayes of 1316 tion will be an appearance of the singing group, The Del- other. awards for runner donated '
ups -
branches of the force. He has NW 67th street died, in Mt. Sinai Tones. by various ,'
been decorated with the Lon .' merchants of**
g 1. She is survivedby f .
Hospital May '
the community.' .
Service Medal, the Defense Medal her husband, Clarence, 2 sons, Carolyn' Fulsorni Donnella Hardngty. v and :Aurora \ : T., \

.and" the Coronation Medal. a daughter. Chapel services will Griffin will handle the solo parts,* and a boys' ensembleand Boys contest, for,see points Zeak.In 'body To buildIng con.-,* ,

be conducted on May 9 ''at 5 PJTI. combo will also be featured. Miss' Agnes Hadley, an testants see Zeak. To all .?? '
with Rev. Brown of New Hope intern teacher will serve. as' accompanist secure yournumber ..".
for the
k' contest, and also '
Foretells Your LifeI Baptist Church Burial ,, ". \
officiating instructions ..Not later than June*'. ..'. ,
I will be held in Lincoln Mo- <2ENROLL> "
will tell charge so.
your past or no J27 .
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morial. .
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made; and foretell the 'future and NOW IN
straighten out your life to the best #
Walter Smith of 2236 NW 74th SUNLIGHT BEAUTY _,'," '," ,," ." '..'.',##
SCHOOL
of my Ability, st., died in Jackson Hospital on I
basedon25 May 2. (He is survived by his

years experi- widow, Illinois and a sister. Ser- t For a. Life Long Profession
ence. You have vices will be conducted,at Greater / I

read and heardof Bethel AME Church, May 9 at ) Florida' Oldest, Reliable and Complete .School .

the accuracyf 2 pan with Rev. Cousin officia ) .

my predic- ting. Burial will be held In Lin- ) 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue ,FR 49998SOO7WS

tionswhichwere coln Memorial Cemetery. : "
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The Press" TV 50th st., died in Jackson' 'Hospital I
Program of Sept. on May 4. She is survivedby PROUDLY \ :'

30, U S6. To order her husband, Riudie, a brother : TV .
the Double .and.her' father ,of Alabama.. PRESENTS- ,, ;"\I
Doo,Anderson Offer, which Arrangements are l Incomplete. For Reconditioned TV's Frond, $19.95 r .t I .':Ji

Includes the Ancient Mezuzah, For The Finest Service' on All TV Make ,& Models, .... '. . v. ... :' :..)",: ','t.
the beautiful amulet worn for its Tommie ,Holland of 368 NW Jlst '.
Try You'll Like :, '
religious. significance and as an apt,:'112 died in Jackson Hospital us- tu : ; :. .THEM' t'. .1 ....I 4
Omen alleged by many to repel 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue ,FR 3-1589 ",
on May 7, He Is survived by .... .. '",
Evil, containing the promise of his widow, Susana. Arrangements, Mora than ,25 years of reliable 'f1'ice. -' ", !21$"!J CKIE:1' :'\'1' f :., .:. ,:' .,
God made to Moses Inscribed In are incomplete. :

Hebrew (Deut. 6 Vs. 4-9)), and the .. V ;, '.. '
Biblical Incense (Rev. 8-4)) containing INFANT!,DEATH 'ROBINSON 'd', .I

a' blessing with the suggested Armstrong, son of Mr. and Mrs. : '. ..;
prayers. Psalms 23 and SHOW" .
Dorsey Armstrong, 2036 NW 71stst.
112.' send $6.00 plus 6c postage or ., on April 29 at Jackson Memo- PIANO SICK ?
pay postman 6.00' plus chargesto rial Hospital Burial In Lincoln .
DOC. R. C. ANDERSON, 302 Memorial. PEE SUNDAY 5 P.M. .-

West Gordon Ave., Rossville, Ga. S WM. PINDER Sr. I ...
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The $8.00 Is"THE PRICE OF THE Barwick son M and Mrs. "\
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DOUBLE OFFER ONLY NOT Willie Barwick..of 2020 NW 65th FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A X \. .;

MY PRICE FOR ANY SPECALWotitX .st, stillborn at Mt. Sinai Hospital -
AND ORGAN SERVICES N
OR CONSULTATIONS.
en May 1.. 'Burial was held
For appointments for readings or May 5 at Lincoln Memorial. 1220
special work phone CAnal 2-6719 1935 N.W. '153rd St.OS

or white; me at the above address Dalwson,son M and Mr';. E R VIC I | /* ;. "

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY Kinney, Dora Mae Anderson; 1b,'
Matilda Johnson, Eugenia Smith,,
: MAY 9. 1959 PAGE 13 Neokoa Fisher; May 11, Chris
w tine Knowles Percy Evans; 12th,
Bessie Dennis} ; 14th Dorothy
Evans, Mary_ Lou Nixon; 15th: .;
J.C. Buckner, Roger Paschal,
Ann Johnson, Howard Coach an.

Sgt W. W. "Red" Holmes is
back in/town/ to spend Mother's
D Day /with his mem. Red wilt be"*
around until the 14th when he
r+ AQCw a takes off for Saigon, Indo ,China

..... ... The Northwestern, .Junior
Senior Prom canes off next
r ALPHA Gamma Chi Sorority'sfirst vites to nuptial June 14. James Thursday night at Bayfront Park
FOR RENT Annual Mad Hatters Ball is : Wright is the better halt. . auditorium Nautical sportswear -, .
2-bedroom apt., stove, yours May 29 at Jim Jam Club Francena BQWC and Carl K. will be the dress tonight
and water, quiet . The Ever Ready Club is Johnson's St. Matthew Baptist when the Omegas take off down
Free 844 NW_ 70th St., apt b.tad. mailing Invites to their musicaltea Church date is on calendar for i Biscayne Bay on their' annual
NE : and Fashion Show Sunday May 24 . Petite Zlpha Beth.I boat ride.Greater. ,
:I ," May 31 at the Carver YMCA, ay and Dennis Bryant (Relba:
DAY : HOUSE on valuable Mrs. Ann Bryant is leader of the Martin co-worker)'are making it Bethel
pack : lot. Will pay Itself off. organization . If you\ know a Mr. and Mrs. team as "of May
NW 62nd st. Indf what happens at a spiritual tea 17 Eva Beneby and Sgt. Ernest Ushers Celebrate
N .. I let me on the happenings, but the McKenzie had their wedding .
For Ladies preferred. Private en- AmusIng Ten Social Club is stag- reception May 4. . Barbara 35th Anniversary I
N N 1027 NW 55th st. Use of .ing theirs at the home of Mrs. I II Jane Elcena, daughter of Mr. and .
PL Reasonable Clora Pearsall, May 24. Donationsof Mrs. Erbln Forbes, and Louis Usher :Board No. 3 of Greater
I a buck are in order . They Vincent Colebrook 'have their Invites Bethel AME Church, wishes to
HOUSE. For Infor- tell me Cecil "HI Abner" White dated for July ot New thank their many"friends for the
en location and price ap- i who drew 15 years in Ralford BethelVera Douglas and cooperation 'given them in the
at 1857 NW 58th .st. for the beating and robbery of John Domoritte's nuptial vows celebration of their anniversary.L. .
I Johnny Pearsall, was mowed were exchanged May 3 . My L. PorUock Jr., district
700. SHbedroom house dcfn trying to escape the cor- roporters told me that William manager of the Atlanta Life In-
Alo room, kitchen and dining rectional. I Just heard I I Beach Deveaux and Yvonne Michaelhad surance Co. served as master of
3390. NW 49th st. Phone parties are fine this time of year. a ding dong knot tieing in ceremony. Invocation was given
FR 47200. The Moonlight Society Club Nassau and got a tremendous by Miss Paulette Barlett, and the
I (my first) May 30. shove into the sea of matrimony, welcome by our own Miss Caro-
House for Rent so ndJV the fellows can layoff lyn Sharpe. The history was (given -
I SIGMA Alpha Chapter, Ome the verbal initiation, 'because the by Mrs. W. H. Jamison. We
tive. Call NE 5-6692 ga's Boat Ride pull up anchors the voyage will be quite rough would also like to thank Mrs
Friday (tonlte) from East End enough for the naw 'benedict Bernice Knight, Mrs Valdez Mur-
of McArthur Causeway, on Its ray and Miss Leeruth Bradley for
Moonlight Cruise . Men of St. their fine solos. Tanks also goes
Jam James busy planning their BERTHA GLOVER gets a
are
to Master Raymond Rolle, Miss
$17 per Week dinner date at Virginia Key for birthday salute from Club Royale I Diane Tyler and Miss Sandra
Sunday, May 24 at one p.m. . bandstand April 23 . Edith Deveaux for their splendid read-
Modern 2-bedroom apt., Mrs. Pauline Ferguson to be hon- Covorson, special education ings. Also participating on our
ored with school marm at Carver High shed
a birthday party, priorto
the Mt. Carmel
refrigerator and I her departure May 28. a tear or two prior to her !farewell program (were
ities
: for the Male Chorus, the Shorter Sisters,
in 'preparing expectants -
quiet. Inquire 844 WEDDING BELLS . Birthdays in May: Oth: David Hudson, Miss Mary Saun-

Clerk 70th st., apt. 5, phone GLADYS HOLT,.. daughter.. of Rosa Smith Gaston, Gloria Williams ders, Rev. McCullen, Mrs. Louise
the James Holt's is mailing in- Hattie' Brace, Henry Mc- Shorter and our pastor, Rev. S.
I, I 16953. indf A Cousin Many thanks to all of


"COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT SERVICE"With you.We had many guests at our
ing Prices to, Meet The Family Requirements celebration. They were: Mlt Her-
Allen / mon AME Church of Opa Loa) ;

Antlooh Baptist, Ebcnczer Meth-
FOR SALE
odist, Way Side Guild of St. Agnes -
B Social, the ushers of St.
., 3-bedroom' home. on' Agnes, Mt. Olivette Baptist,
I x 107 lot.. Beautifully Troupcducs, Mrs. Laura Williamsof
from St. Agnes, Mrs. Ernestine
a 41500 down, LInsey of Mt. Sinai, our own
ushers, Senior Pulpit Aid Board,
on $85 per month.' One E. M Blocker Board, J. H How-

I am ard and Mr and Mrs. Cherry. .
well. The president would like to
ptal! daily &, Sun. 1-5 p.m. thank all of her committees for
left L"T' i their excellent cooperation. Spec-
916 N.W. 59th St. L '"". J ial thanks to my committee chairmen

If A Fact to Consider When Selecting a Funeral Home Mrs Alice Clarke, Belle
her ( Hezekiah, and their co-workers.
her Thanks to our many friends for
NW MANKER FUNERAL HOME their loyal support. And thank

same : to my members for sticking by
ed. FOR RENT 6701 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.9151 -. PL 7-7038 me through the years. Thanks

again and again.
FURNISHEDEFFICIENCY Mrs. Florence Washington,
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presidentRev
APTS. S. A Cousin, pastor .
ONE : i

on 62nd : 16.00 Per Week aseaa4Jw.Jrnrw.aiwrnba.ye.srm+ Day Care Center j

Free Ua Moves Temporarily
5<> Free Electricity

Ten en Free Water The Day Care Committee+arttl'
tin Free Store patrons of James E. Scott Community ' .
Association have decided;!
Free Refrigerator
to transfer the Day Care Center
FINE '
: decorated, attractive activities at Liberty Square to,
James E. Scott Homes, 7200 NW
furniture
w 22nd ave., effective May 11, 'un
til the remodeling work! is com- ,
N.W. 32nd Ave. plctfd Liberty Square. '.
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__ II .e, 11.2... SWIM TO LIVE .
!UKM..,ChrMr OMW able UcfMtf b*"...'Fiaml Mrtctar
( Gray Hair Wanted!
1346 1 The G. W. Carver Branch' of'
Man or Woman the Young Men's Christian Association

i NOW YOU CAN LOOK began its riwhnminff
-* 20 YEARS YOUNGER classes Tuesday, May 5 at the Sir
John HotsL
science's newest discovery FOR RENT
y goodbye to GRAY HAIR with' Classes are being conducted
pomade dtecovery. Apply ,. twice 'Weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays -
|>ly as you would your reg BEDROOM from 3:30: pm. 0:00 (pjn.
halrdrcMlng. Imparts natu at the Sir John Hotel.
color, leaves hair I All persons intrested In the
soft and 'lustrous. APARTMENTS classes, call Franklin D. Roes at
2 rub off, wash out. Non. the Carver Branch YMCA OX
tage non.greasy. Scott's Po 60231.
$ conditions and'proems hair. '
2751 N.W. 56th Street
other hair dreeelho needed. APPLICATION BLANK
only $2.00 (ta* Included)

full 1'/4 or. Results gviann- f Beautiful brand new 4-unit building 9 Large Name : ._
Introductory offer for lint. !. 'H' """:" " "' ""
( time.' No C.O.D/S, please.SCOTTS room Ample closets with doors o Hardwood

POMADE Address W......._. .:....:_....._..
: and terrazzo floors 4 Separate utility rooms .. -r. '

58th HAIRSTONE+ OF MIAMISuite O Yard landscaped and maintained Phone ....,rrrww..www Age www.rw.w

8 8113 NE 2nd Ave.

t I Miami 3ft,..Fla., Indf Call FR 4-8398 Luther O. Carey Knows how to swim..... VNoE -

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land, daughter-in-law,. Mrs. Ed-
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" I I IN MEMORIAM I na Clark. .

In sad 'but loving memory of
MAY 9 1959 DEATHS
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, our dear wife, mother, grandmother , I I Mrs. Amle Lou Dowdy, 1976
and sister, NW 4th court, died in the Jack-
MRS. MATILDA F, RUSSELLwho son Memorial Hospital May 3.
departed this life May. 8,- Richardson .. Funeral services were held from
I 1949. the chapel on May 7 at 3,30: p.m.
CARDS MEMORI 9t L5 Gene, but not forgotten.. Mrs. Maud; Hilton,,943 NW 4th' with (burial in Evergreen Memo-
We miss you- and we loved you, ave., died! in the Jackson Memorial rial Cemetery. Mrs. Dowdy is

H ..-..... ""'" t- -..-.- .. < -.._,. .L, but God loved you best. Hospital" on April 30. Fun- survived. by her husband, John
Cleveland Russell, husband eral services (were conducted at Henry.
CARD OF THANKSWe IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs Martha Clark, daughter Bethel AME Church on May 6,
Charles Russell, son with burial in City Cemetery
the family of the late loving memory of our dear Dorothy and Vera, Mrs. Hilton Is survived by. her Gilmore George Gandy, 1790

GEADOZIA THOMPSONwish mother, (granddaughters son, Ronald..Clark, :grandson, Ro- NW 59th St., died at home May 5.
to express our sincere appreciation MRS. DRUCILLA BLACKNELL Roderick Alexander, Mr. Gandy is survived by his wife
to our many friends, 'Who departed this life, May, relatives and neighbors for their 1957 In Live Oa'k' Fla. Louis Fisher, Dora Robersonand sey-Ohapman and many other
kindness rendered during our Two years have ,passed mother Cyril Fisher, IN MEMORIAM relatives.: Funeral services are

hour of bereavement. We wish to dear, brothers and sisters In loving memory of our dear set for May 11 at 3 pjm. with
acknowledge and thank those Since our Saviour called you mother, entombment in Lincoln Memorial -

and who provided sent cards cars, and letters other, .florals sym- To be home with" Him In Heaven, IN MEMORIAM .........._Wl<..... ,.... '_ .._............... .

pathetic expressions. Around the snow-white throne. i In sad ,but loving memory of Mrs. Alice Douglas, 429 NW
Special thanks to the Rev. W. Sleep on, dear mother our dear wife and mother, 8th st, at. 6 died in Jackson
F. Tanner and the Richardson Tis Gcd who knows 'best I. MRS. ISABELLE ROLLS Memorial Hospital on May 6,
Funeral Home and Its staff for To take you from this world. of who departed this life on May 13, will ,be shipped to Rockham, N.C.
their fine services. May God bless sorrow, 1954. c for burial.
each of you with long life, rich To a lovely place of rest. >May she rest in peace and light. tMR 1
and full of service for His cause. You are gone but not forgottenTo peflelual shine upon her -"'---
Mrs Bell Sally, daughter that heavenly home above, David Rolle, husband
And Family Some slAneet day we long: to meet Leonard Johnson r FOR SALE
you Miss Lecna Johnson 1 $ >r
And share Jn His infinite love. Mrs. Carrie Brown Brand New 3-Bedroom .
The Children Joseph Johnson
CARD OF THANKSThe
Mrs. Rosabelle Dames Hardwood Floors, Garage
family of the late IN MEMORIAMIn Miss Elizabeth Rollechildren

BISHOP AMAZIAH MELVIN 2017 N.W. 55th Ter.
COHEN sad but loving memory of Carl Brown, Jr., Shelly
friend my dear husband, Dames Andrea Brown
:wishes to thank Its many ,
and acquaintances for their kind ISAAC WALLACEwho Pamela Brown, grandchildren Open Sunday 3.5 p.m.
extended departed this life on May 8,
expressions of sympathy -
during the recent illness and 1055.'Weep. 1-
IN MEMORIAM
death of its beloved one. riot, weep not, for he's CAPPER CONST. CORP.
Your thoughtfulness in our not dead, In sad but loving memory of
hour1! of sadness enabled us to He's Just away." our dear husband, son and brother -
better stand that through which May he rest .in peace. ,
Marie Wallace, wife FRED BLYT1HERiwibo
we've Again passed., thanks to everyone for departed this life on May 6, :IRENE M. NEWMAN ..-.__, ":t .,;,

everything.Mrs. IN MEMORIAMIn 1958. May he rest in peace, and I 'who departed this life May 7, 75x100 CORNERWill
Mamie Cohen, wife may light perpetual shine upon 1958.
And Family loving memory* of our dear him.Mrs I Take my voice and let me sing plan finance and build
,
wife and mother, Katie Blyther, wife Always only for any king;
MRS. BEATRICE KNOWLES Mr. and Mrs. James Blyther, Take my intellect and use your home on large corner

CARD OF THANKSWe MONCURwho parentsMrs. Every ,power as thou shalt choose See lot on
died May 5, 1958. Jeraldine Jones, sister Take my will and make it thine
the family of the late, Shall claim of death Mrs. Thetoa Young, sister It shall be no longer mine. N.W. 72nd St.

SAMUEL HANNIBALwish Cause us to grieve Clarence Blyther, brother Take myself and I iwill foe and 21st Ave. '
to express our sincere ap- And make our courage faint or Ever, only all for thee.
preciation to cur many friends, fall? IN MEMORIAMIn These lines speak her requesther And phone JE 8.3709
relatives and neighbors for their Nay let us faith and hope receive last days here on earth, and CAPPER CONST. CORP.
kindness rendered during our The rose still grows beyond the sad 'but loving memory of God answered.

hour of bereavement. (wall. cur dear son and brother We loved her, but God loved -

We wish to acknowledge and I The Family .,..,,- .,......................--.. her best. ... _; :;ik ..t4m..
thank those who sent cards, tele- ."' Hazel C. Sanders, daughterFrank
grams, letters, florals and pro- IN MEMORIAMIn M. Newman, son Register Today!
vided cars and other sympathetic '..
loving memory of ..
expressions. I All r '!.I.['.H .
Special thanks to' our {pastor, ; r
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Rev Franklin A. Hooper of Cor-
nish Memorial AME Zion Church,
Ernestine Mingo, Welters Florist, 9 2&3BEDROOM
and the Key West Undertaking ,
Co. and their stuff for their ser- { i
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vices. ,
Special thanks to the Veterans F K ) >'W4 1
Hospital and its staff of Cora! I I,4, : HOUSES

Gables.It .. "'Ii: .
seems there is so very little : >
Friends can do or say I
To ,bring new hope and comfort '" 1 I

When a loved one goes away FOR SALE
But may it help to ease some- '
how 'J
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The loss that you must; bear Y p I' ,*

Just knowing there are man? "

That hearts understand and care. It. .' :. ::..; 3I < Richmond Heights T
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The Family p-... ., .. .. ... a <.. : ,
Key West, Fla. rMti? I+::1 ;: FARRINGTON

who J this life May 10, Near Schools and Shopping Center

CARD OF THANKSI 1957 Gone, but not forgotten.We .

Wish to express publicly my loved you but God loved Veterans No Down Payment .
appreciation to all persons for MRS. IDA MAE LEMMON ycu best.
their fervent prayers, donationsand I who departed this life May 14,, Mrs. America Farrington,
LOW CLOSING COSTS
visits during my confinement t 1957. mother .
at Jackson Memorial Hospital Gone, but will never be for Mrs. Anna Albury, sister
and during my convalescent per gotten. Mrs. Lillian Baillou, sister .

iod and again for this therapy that, I think of you in my dreams at ;:;
aided me in a successful recov night, EHA Terms Available
ery.Mrs. I call you in the dawn, HARLEM SQUARE
Juanita G. Hamberry And yet I have to tell myself thai t SWEET SHOP
you are really gone
CARD OF THANKS S That you are gone beyond recall,, A FULL LINK OP. QROCERIIfl $,300 Down
Forever and a day
The family of the late
COLD
CUTS COSMETIC
And there is nothing I can do

(who OSBORNE died in Jamaica FORSYTHE, L.I., New And nothing I can say 208 N.W. 10th Street Plus Low Closing Costs
You were so wonderful to me, so
York on April 18, 1959, takes this
gentle, sweet and kind, f1
method to thank all kind friends Move in when qualified
It seemed that I was always in
who remembered them. with
heart and in mind
your ,
your
cards, letters, telegrams, florals}
No there is I
and other expressions of sympa- except a loving nothing can, say' J. B. SMITH Models For
thy during his sickness and death. That God will bless and prayer keep youIn ELECTRICSERVICE Reedy Inspection .1
May God bless each and every- His care ,
one of you. And 'in silent sorrow . Its OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY !
Mrs. Muriel Forsythe, wife
nothing I can do
I
Mrs. Willie F. Jones Electrical Contractor
Dghtf Except, to live a better life . In
; Livingston Forsythe, son memory of you. r. II I
HOUSEWIRING
Mrs. Mercedes F. Ourry, Mrs. Louise A. Mitchell I

daughter daughtei "Don't cuss Call us"
f.; And.Grand CbildrenfOOTIACRE Mrs. Ozula Wright, sister RICHMOND' HEIGHTS, Inc.
PHONE OX 1-3625

Are you a wallflower Night or DayDon't 14520 LINCOLN BLVD. '.
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Rs tfi" Would you like to learn tt dan<
Jr, mil l calle' !r1t.:":: RICHMOND HEIGHTS
E!! II 1M' In a private studio ;IJ I I
u.GAI1rI:I ORA.JELPI VISIT e
I as teeesle.Y"w PHONE CE 5.6262 :
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Don Strachan Dance NORTHWESTERN North MiamiDistrict THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peopled New.paper" J

Studio OpenedA TAKES STATE I SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1959 PAGE.16 '

SHORTHANDHONORS Planning ___
new dance studio has been
I Group CalledThe paid iby ,the Fund.
opened in our city for all races. Investors Declare
At present lit\ is the only interracial JoAnn Smith and Rosetta Investors Stock Fund Inc. cur
: dance studio in Florida. Gaines of Northwestern High 1 North Miami District Plan- 8 3-4c DividendDirectors rently has approximately 28,850-
This studio is a 'private one, School won first and second place ning Grcup for the coming Sun- 000 shares outstanding. ,
,Nth' all the modern steps in in the elementary shorthand division ' day School Convention in June of Investors Stock
c'lInce of. the fourth annual short- was called by Presiding Elder Fund Inc., mutual fund affiliate I
The dance director Don Stra- hand and typing contest held at .F A. Allen to Hallendale on last I of Investors Diversified Services, I
chin is an outstanding artist of Bethune-Cookman College, Day- Satutrday. This meeting was, well ; Inc., have declared a quarterly I Beautiful HomeOn
stage, screen and TV. He was tona Beach attended by ministers and missionary dividend I
recently, while Char- of ft% cents per share, Large Lot
trained formally in the north- lotte workers of the church.
Campbell and Lee Ella Rob. payable May 14, 1959 to share-
utstern states of Oregon and inson cf Booker T. Washington Presiding 'with dignity and grati- holders of record April 30, 1959 Your' lot can be a paymenton
ncr.hern California. You might High won first and second ,places tude was Rev. F. A. Allen. After Joseph M. Fitzsimmons, chairman -
have seen.hrn-in! the m vie "Is- In the advanced shorthand an open session Rev. Allen who cf the Fund, announced to- this 3-bedroom new 2-
1 Ind in The Sun" with Harry Preceding the high group. with Rev. S. A. Cousins Rev. A. I day. baths
13.:?'afgnte. contest the school J. Roberts Rev. F. E. Snead and
A d u Its in Dade County contest college which held resulted a departmental in- Rev. J. C. Williams were dele- I The dividend will be distributed 1346 N.W. 58th Terr.

v'lould' be happy. There are nom Earline iHfcygpod, a senior from gates to the Brotherhood meetingin I entirely from net Investment Open 3-5 p.m.
::'re excuses, just call PL'78766. I Bartow winning, the Nashville, Tenn., gave some Income, derived exclusively from
typing con- highlights on the meetinij ''Which Baron JE 8-1340
addition
In to adults classes test with Eddie Interest and dividend Income. It
there is a children theater. Children Junior from Queen Dates a Included: Reports: en redistrIcting, Is- the 55th consecutive dividend
Belle Glade, second -
role
learn the modern missionary enterprise of the
dances ,
posse: make up and production: and. Delano Filer, a Junior from missionary educational system ,_ _' II'l'LiI........_.
Gamiinesville .
and
work. Ages' 3 Morris Smith, and the expansion program. The
classes are held years in up.Primitive Teenage a Junior from Lake Wales tieing women assembled in their group ATTENTION SCHOOL TEACHERS '
Dance. for third place. In the departmental with Mrs. Serena Allen, wife of

The opportunity is now here Newton,shorthand a Junior from contest Viola the presiding elder, presiding. We have beautiful 2 and 3 bedroom CBS Homes in
for the Delray Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, co-chairman
many people who have
was first and Delano Filer of the
aways: wanted to learn to dance. and !program committee was Liberty City area. FHA financingFor
Yvonne Massey, a junior from selected to preside in absence of

BETHUNE ELEMENTARYOn Thcimahville flelnj for second Mrs. Harrison of St. James AME appointment to see these homes, see _
place. Church, Miami. The topic selected -
'
April 21, the PTA conducted ' '' Every high school contestant re- for the convention is: Etfec FORD REALTY821
its rorular monthly meeting. ceived a certification for partici- live Leadership in Church of To.
Parents Lula Gordon and Pearl tatlom aside from tprizes for day." This theme was also unan- N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2589
Flagg took charge of the devo- first second and third place win- Intously accepted by the men's ,
tional Lrtivities.; . Mrs. S. Espy,and ners in each division. According group to be the theme for the Open Saturday and ,Sunday
her pupil-grouia! entertained with to Alvin A. Reid chairman of the whole convention ''With both
musical selections Frank Rivers department of business education groups contributing.

our visiting teacher, \gave infor- of the college, and sponsor of the The whole meeting was full of
mation pertinent to spring reg- contest this was the largest contest love and fellowship, and each
istration. The faculty singing In point of participation of left with the good feeling of NEED MONEY!
group, Miss Nellie Barr Mesdames the various high schoolsr Christian ,
Zelma Black, Bernice '. fellowship. S lilt and 2nd mortgage loan ,$1,000 pay $21,25 mo.

Johnson Evelyn Best Jacqueline School Lunch Ass'n e Pay off alljour bills $1,500 pay $31,88 mo.
Crosby and. Mazie Edge at the e Get additional cash 12,000 pay $42.59 mo.
piano, rendered "Canadian Sunset" I Tea a SuccessThe Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments
fcr the parents and other
guests. Dade County School Lunch Beautiful Home oa FREE-24 hour inspection '
personnel held its .seventh annual Your Lot
This meeting was dual in purpose tea Sunday' evening In the, No Cost to You
in that we not only carriedon palatial surroundings of the ftv Unu Dade-Broward Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL
the regular PTA business but Dixie Park auditorium, 349 NW
the PTA sponsored the Speech 13 thst. c.,.. ANYTIME

Elimination' Contest for our Highlights of the entertain Miami : FR 7.4812 Hollywood: WA 3-7071
school. ment hour were the presenta- ,i w
There were six contestants tions of 'Founder Award to Mrs. '
representing the six (grade groups. Maude K. Reid founder of the
The Dinners were Sylvia Grant, D. C. S. 1.., P. A., In appreciation
a third grader Mrs. Eugenia for her tireless effort, and the Complete building, service
Williams, teacher, and Jo Ann custodian of the year award to .PLANNING Do you own property in the Bahamas
Nesbltt fourth grade Mr. Wil- me. Arthur King, representing
liam McGee teacher. Northwestern Senior High and I S BUILDING Would like to sell-or buy?
e FINANCING, you
These pupils represented our Thomas Morris, representing
school in theDeclamation Pro Dunfbar ,Elementary. Your Now Homo ,
gram at the 'Northwestern Senior Thanks to our many friends WRITE TO
HUh School on April 30. and co-wonkers for their efforts o REPAIRING
In making' our tea a success. e REMODELING
On May 2, members of the Jr. We're looking forward to see- o RENOVATING SANDS :REALTYP.O.
Red Cross attended the Leader-
lay; you another year. ..
ship Training Camp at Douglas Mrs. Louise Shorter Is presi Ovor Twonty Years of
Elementary School. The purpose Box 1147 Nassau Bahamas
[ dent of the Dade County School Construction Exporltnco ,
of this activity is to train the Lunch Association.
various members to become efficient Guaranteed: ftatoefaction
leaders. At the close of the
day's activities our school had Your Vote is Neededto 1f QaaQao .
the distinct honor of having Em- fight the forces that seek CHEERING IS NOT ENOUGH
mett. Williams a fifth. grader, ((3ffi Q
elected and installed as president to keep you a Second Claw
Mrs. Strapp is chairman of this Citizen. NE 5-8171

committee 1121 N.W. 29th Street JOIN so NAACP
Congratulations are in order Register Today! Miami
for Maxine fifth grader,
Terry, a
116 W. Flagler'St.
of Mrs. Evelyn Williams' class "
Maxine is a twotimeWinner( in Help make the Golden. '
Anniversary year Cappy Dick's contest, "The I
Yourtj: Hobby Club". sponsoredby 1959 a real Jubilee with 500,000 members
the Herald recently.
Miami
forget Note to to bring parents your: Please children don't to 2 'HOMES fOR PRICE Of 1 $2.00 up to $500.00. Through your Local Branch

get their second polio shots on .r tflrcct t*
May 18. We will be looking fof 1368 N.W. 56th,Street NATIONAL AStOCtATtON fOR INS ADVANCEMENT Of COLORED HOPU

you on Color Day May 14. 20 Welt 40* It,... -- New Yrfc II, M. Y.
W. C. Cogdell. ,principal Low Down Payment Easy Terms
*
Marie R. Edge reporter
No balloon mortgage

Fisk Alumni TOTAL PRICE $13,700


Secretary Due Here :Chelsea RM"Jfy, Realtors JAMES

Clifford R. Matth(r.vs, organizer 5 & lOc STORE
and president of the newly organized Phone PL 4-4685

Miami Fisk Club Dickerson announced 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481
W.
today that - .. .,,,"!/I ... ,
Donnelly Fisk Alumni secretary, -
will arrive in Miami on Thursday -

talkingviith, May 7 fcr students the purpose interested of I Sunday, May 10th is Mother's Day

in attending FiSk University. Mr. NOW RENTING I !
Donnelly will leave Miami on Nylon Hot, pr. ............ 79* Bedspreads, .a. ..*......... $1.00

Monday for Tampa.All Apron, '1. ..............._.. 29* Handk.rchl.f. ........... 10* up

mtet on Fiskites Sunday are for requested the second to .1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments Sllpc, ea. ....................... 1.00 Plastic Drapes, 87*

meeting of the Miami Club at the Houses Stores Material, yd. .......M..M.l.: .. 35,; Panties, pro ................... 29*
home; of Mrs. Gwendolyn Sawyer
Barnett, 2545 NF 46th at. This Is Grovo Plant, e*. ........................ 35* Earring .................... 25* up
an important meeting. Pictures Brown Sub Coconut
will be made and refreshments Downtown Planters, ... ...-........1...... 67* Towel, box ................ tl.89
Liberty
:
will be served. The alumni secretary
.
will be guest of honor. r

Clifford Acndolyn Matthews Barnett, president WILSON RENTAL AGENCY, Inc. Money order and Simplicity Pattern. old every day Monday

assistant secretary thru Friday 7:45 a.m. to 7:10 p.m-alt.' till 9 p.m.

3rd Ave FR 4-0116
1307 N.W. CLOSED SUNDAYS GO TO CHURCHr

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) IJackie Robinson' Show Good .Listening

;. ;ttr; : GE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1959America's ....

Jackie Robinson, long known baseball diamond, has scored another Saints Go Marching in
"f _..... ______ ..... for his heroic exploits on the hit. on, radio with his weekly This Sunday's show promises
taped interview show., ,The to be another good one. Jackie
----- show was. aired locally for the will interview Steve Allen, the
West I I last at TJ, TV star, and Victor H. Blanc, a
Eey Southernmost City ed his 21st, birtday at his home. first time Sunday pxn.
crusader from Philadelphia.
: en !May 8. : over station WFEC.It
Is'VjuiU} refreshing to 'get aprograo The' Miller High Life Brewing

'-'..,:.,.".'......'........., .., ,By....FRANCES...... ...dO E.OUt 10M PALMER LA....... .....-- .., ONE' MOTHER one of our f ao-called thi 1.s. high"Negro caliber programmed on- credit Co. deserves for sponsoring a great deal Jackie's of

.. 25 (the .-.......................... ................. Hundreds of starsin the. pretty stations. Bert Noble, show Most bUsinesses would not
:dn Saturday night, April : skyHundreds
Ladies Auxiliary held its nstal- ,of shells on the Shore newly appointed general mana- I have the courage to put such an
lation at the VFW Post home. Broward together; ger of wilEG> has really startedoff I outspoken uncompromising per- '
Hundreds of birds that singingby in the right direction.:Several sonality as Robinson on the air
The newly elected officers area County k President, Mrs. Juan.ta Bennett, Hundreds of lambs in the sun- en place since Noble took charge Make mine Miller's please!
vice president, Mrs. Rowena Pin- News ny weather. and he promises that it's only the .
der junior vice, Mrs. Evanette beginning.The .
Jordan; treasurer, Mrs. Bertha Hundreds of) dewdrops to' greet Jackie Robinson Show is .
Sweeting; patriotic instructor, Dy'Walter the dawn,. primarily art interview show Announcement, .
Mrs. Mary Pearl Whitehead; con- Hundreds of bees in the purple 'the top names 'In '', .
BoweL..NNN.NNNNN.
ductress, Mrs. Eloise Knowles; clover both the entertainment and 'professional Miami :: Matrons and Patron?
color bearers, Lucille Small, Mary .......................- Hundreds. of ;butterflies on the fields. His comments Council will meet on Sunday,
Roberts, Laurette Tynes, Alean lawn range), from ,sports and (politics to May 10 at 3:30: .;m. at the Masonic -.
trustees Edna The New Macedonia Baptist Industry and show business. Hall, 1744 NW 3rd.,ave. '
Bessellieu; Carey, ,But only one Mother the wide
Church of 2201 SW 48th ave., ,
Leoncia Stallings, and Mary Rob- world( over. 'Last .Sunday Robinson talked Rev T. A. Rolle requests all
erts; musician, Bernice Galla- West Hollywood, will start the ,with ex-Sen. "- Herbert Lehman, matrons to be present.
gher; installing officer, Edna anniversary of the church and Hat: y Mother's Day to mothers -' Nqw York) and Harry Belafonte. M. Monroe, reporterI. ,
Carey. pastor on Monday night, May 11, every tere. Yours Truly Harry. sang Matilda and When the Harrison. (president

when the Rev. E. E. Cross and .............o...w-1 __._.__..0__..u.. .___.____._.h'. ..._...h..._.............U..U... .. ............1...n...r..wo.rn..'..................'..v....IV.. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wild- congregation be in charge.of Fort Tuesday Lauderdalewill night "' :-tG.Q.;:: ;:: @ **t **KvK**gygCTlCiBjMt.SI'iSi':CwK iK".PvP-I.r V K*.K N*t..;- .:-e:.,;:::o...*....,*.....*..M.*.."*__'*...*...*....,*.....*..."*.....V...,;..;.:.-.-..::.:.-.-..V'7.,-......:..::;...:"n'...

goose Sr. are the proud parentsof Rev. N. Sears and congregation cf 2 ,
a Ibalby boy born Monday April Liberia will officiate Wednesday Fair is Easy ,to 'Buy From
27 at baby Monroe has been General named HospitalThe Clarence night, the Rev. C. P. ;Preston and i=:1t: Realty |=!
congregation of Miami; Thursday
night, the Prayer Band of Miami; lt II VISIT OR 'CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645
Friday night, the Rev Knight and It
Samuel Pritchard Is a patientat congregation of Hallandale Beach kit!
Monroe General Hospital Road; Sunday' morning, Rev. W. =
M. Martin; at 11 a-m. Rev. Wilsonof 14 Y wr n
Mrs. Lottie Newbold is still ill
4c' Brownsville. Rev. N H.-Phn. M
,
,.
'fI(#
at .Monroe General Hospital. lips, pastor; Mrs.,A.: 0. U nder- ,=ll.. N
Members of Bethel AME Church u
son, reporter.
and friends wish her well again.,
..xx' _
pti ,
/ ;
The C. W. H. Chamber of k .I
/Happy birthday to my brother, Commerce will meet Monday, ..., .. :
Archibald C Pinder who will 'May 11 at 9 pjm. All membersare u.. eb \ ,
2.celebrate another natal day May asked to be present. \:Iii......;:' ; ; .- N

.Yt. L' 1 tt.
The Beauticians Unit No. 36 of X11; Y + 'tw Yw
Mrs. Esmedell Dudkett of I Ltat' I
West Hollywood and Hlallandale, 11 Y 4 A
Washington, D.C. was in the'city send thanks to the members and i s l
to attend the funeral of her I patrons iwho helped to make their ': .Jj
grandmother, Mrs. Emily Johnson dinner sale 5 jr
on May a big suc- It
.
cess. Thanks again Mrs. Fannie 1'..... yI..
Williams, president. :;:.
Mrs. Emily Jane Johnson died .. ',' ,
April 20 at Monroe General Hospital James Bates of Danla celebrat- ''' C 'J f :. 5'
o after an extended illness. ,
Funeral services were held on ''' y.N.
April, 25 from Bethel AME t1'. : !f
Church, Rev. W. H. Zanders of- n' ,N;
ficiating. The Key West Funeral H*
Home was in charge of arrange- ,
JAFq v..W+w.x hron w U .l.r 4
ments. rORSALE I"!

Survivors include a ,grand- I4 WHY PAY RENT ? !i!, .
mother, Mrs. Esmedell Duckett of ll' \
Washington; two grandchildren -- a1

-, (Mrs. Johnson was a member of CBS Homes i H
2-34-4 Bedroom New
i :
,, St.,Albans Lodge No. 15 of the I *AQE \
GUO of Pallbearers of America, ONLY + *'&& DOWN fli
Inc., 'Household of Ruth No 28
and the Sons and Daughters of See finished models at 1500 1510 N.E. 151st Teh ..I t

... the Circle of the Pall Bearers.. Lovely HomesIn Move right into any one of 14'' now finished!, or pick any one of 10 under '"!!

A Mrs. Isadore Albury died May construction. Only one mortgage payment to builder each month. City U''

... 1 at Monroe General Hospital. Northwest ", water, playgrounds, large landscaped lot. Close to 163rd,St. beautiful :2:1:
Funeral services will be conducted shoppIng center. Open house. this Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Why pay u
.
on Sunday evening, May 10 .at 55th .St. Area ;tl rent? _
2:30: pjn. from the Presbyterian ,115t ;
Church, Rev. R. C, Richardson,
will officiate. i i, Owner Must Sell!II! lulr--| Opa Locka Beauty!II! F1t

The body will He in repose at Sundry Store Downtown Only $995 DownFor uj
her residence 609 Petronia St., '--"" 20' Terrific location. Corner, good lease. this gorgeous 3-bedroom, brandU!
on Saturday at 6 pjm. until tim. If I Grosses over $300 per week. Booths, new CBS home All rear Florida
of the funeral.
counters stools, freezers EZ terms 2t
.* A room, built! oven and range. No
Survivors are a husband,'Gil- ax arranged.. Terrific. closing costs. .One mortgage to pay. al Ui
bert? thfee
: daughters two sons, r
8 'wand. children, a sister-in-law. Low Down Payments Store Bldg. For Sale Downtown Close to schools. See 1780 NW 152nd U2 '
.... See 357 N.W. 22nd Lane St. Open this Sunday for inspection. t;

Fund Raising Idea Easy Monthly Terms 2 Only $995 Down U''

,:Miami area church clubs are 0 1 New CBS building. Has separate room Brown Sub Brand New 1n

offered a special fund-raising I with bath in rear. Zoned for business.. Only $995 Down .,
consultation service )fey ,Dairy Only 1 Mortgage, Will Tent $128 month with cash s.*> See these 2'' new '3-bedroom; CBS ]

1 Queen.. curity deposit. Good location homes under construction, corner of rfje i'
The service is limited to Tee t 1. .NW 51st St. and NW 33rd Avenue. = t
liglous groups engaged. fundraising 4 i CBS -Duplex .Clean Shower doors,, Venetian blinds. Close }J lI
I .for charitable! projects. Third Aye. I- $995 Down to bus. Deposit will hold until comn,

The. plan which will be launched See 1402 N.W. 56th St. pleted. ni
on 'a nationwide basis next Furnished City water, close to buses.. l1
N year is being! introduced in I Large lot. EZ terms. *
greater. Miami now. Realty Liberty City Special! .

Details on how the service I Beauty I Orchard Villa! 3. Bedroom '. 2 Baths J
works as well as consultation conferences 1!i Only $1,495 Down Gorgeous grand new CBS, hardwood tt t

calling Miss maybe Kim arranged by 742 NW 3rd Ave. a For this lovely corner. Two bedroom floors, 70x90:( lot. Closed; garage, picture jU;
Taylor FR
is CBS home. Dry well has sprinkler window, tubs in both bath11'
4t system. All fenced in.. Beautifully rooms with closed-in shower doors. .U
FR 4-3297 landscaped. Cathedral ceilings, large Walk-in, largo, closets.. Beauty) More ).u,
"A Golfers to Meet '- AND' '72x87- lot. Only one mortgage to pay, right (in.ONLY .
;tAIl persons, men and women, For particular buywr. Nteall! 91,400 DOWN
Interested in the game of gall, :NE 44)394S. :
.' tr* invited( to Mane out to STTfl '
NW 161st it, Opa Locka, Bun.day q
afternoon .4 o'clock and Hutcheson, Jr. FARR REALTY 14
every ,,Sunday.'. Free Instructions

Gold will be'given Coast Golf by members
l00me out and learn coifing and Estate Broker 201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL 7.1645 !


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