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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: May 16, 1959
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,36TH YEAR, NO. 38 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1959.M" PRICE TEN CENp 18 MAY ,,l 1i'' PACES
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t"f' STRONG CIVIL Judge Choate f : !

f';. RIGHTS West Palm Beach Attorney }f

) Accepting BribeOral PLATFORMPaul William M. Holland !went to the .
U. S. Fifth Circuit Court Of }J I
.. second time Tuesday with t
M. Butler, Democratic peals a
A. Allen 1920 Golden
National, Chairman, said Sun- his suit seeking admission for his I
Glades Drive Metro road on
a -
was fired on Wednes-patrolman ,..,.. .' day that the 1960 convention of son to a white Palm :Beach ,'.
day for accepting a marked '$5 ., his party will' write- in its platform County elementary school. !

bill from an unauthorized source. .4'' "the strongest statement Holland's latest move is n request !
Thelma Kennedy of SanFern.l1do. Metro Safety, Director Thomas that's ever been written on human for permission to file a
Cal., is a guest at the J. Kelly notified Allen of his rights. He hopes that tho mandamus action against Miami I
Shelbourn Hotel Miami Beach, dismissal on the charge of conduct i party's presidential and vice Federal District Judie Emmett C. :I
while she is here attending the unbecoming an officer.A ,' ; ', : presidential nominees "will stand Coate. I
30th( convention ct the Intern letter the forthrightly and completely upon .
outlining reasons .;... "A..i I
: The petition! cited tho drawn-
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tional Ladles' Garment Workers for the discharge said Allen had .Ia. ." : '., '",' that platform.
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t' ; out litigation! in which Holland'sson
Union in Convention Hall. solicited the $5 en May 4 in the ' .,:,;., .. I' Butler also' charged Vice. President -
Mrs. ",. ,...'."...."',.. ."""' ,.... , :. William M. Jr., sought ad-
Kennedy has been with vicinity of NW 63rd street and "t !, :.:t Nixon with a record ,of "all
} mlssicn to the White Northboro
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her company for the past 13 years. 16th avenue. .. words and no action" in the
She is ,president of her chapter It said the money (was accepted :: ._ ; : held &f civil rights. Senator Hugh school at West Palm Beach

Local. 510.Labr frpm ,ono.,Martin Jones, alias "" "","- : ;(" Scott: former GOP national Concluding with Judge Choatc'a
Secretary James P. Mit- "Look W." ,'I.:1.'. .' chairman replied that Vice Pres- dismissal of the litigation in its
chell spoke to the meeting on The bill had been marked by ;'MF" ident Nixon was "far moreforthright" earlier stages. Holland recited the
Tuesday and came out strongly sheriff's investigators i. : : than any 'possible Fifth Circuit Court's reversal of
for increased efforts to stamp out The Investigators followed Allen ... Democratic candidate except possibly Choate's subsequent rulingin
racial discrimination as a step to'Opa Looka where they : . ". Sen. Hubert H Hlumphrey. February, 1050, upholding the
Mards winning new friends in. stccpedJiim; and found the marked 4 Sen. Allen J. Ellender, Louisiana Florida Pupil Assignment Law
Asia and Afica. bill'is his pocket. Democrat, said he |was "justas I as the ruling factor in the assignment -
If the U. ,S. is to set an example Allen told the investigators, "I shocked as any other citizenat I of students. f '"*
r' for the lesser developed don't know where I got the $5; William C. "Bill" Baggs, editor the reprehensible actions of Tn his petition Holland asserts
. . countries in the world,*.Mitchell)' it, could thave been-.any place. otf the Miami Daily News,' will supposedly law-abiding citizensin 'that although th<.district, judge is '
said, "-we must quickly and sure- The 'letter charged that Allen be the Men's Day speaker at connection with, these recent Abound iby the : mandate of ,
., ly and effectively albolish all had given "false statements" to Greater Bethel AME Church on outbreaks of violence" at p plar- this court to obey, he. has chosen "'
. forms of discrimination in this the investigators when questioned Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock yule, Miss., and Tallahassee, FJa. to ignore it and enter a :
country." about- the $5.. service. (See story-on page 13.) But he further stated that Con- judgement contrary" to it 1'I'I'.l).

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gress would be ,biting off its nose
to spite its face if "radical Northern

Miss. Preacher is Lynching SuspectFBI push liberals"through were new civil allowed rights to

laws/ because of them.
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FINGERS Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York
Republican: , 'said he would' try to
RACIST AND SON Drive' Planned get a federal anti-lynchIng pro-
Registration vision into every civil rights bill q
""r? On ,Wednesday the Rev James that reaches the Senate.
Lee, pastor of a Baptist Church
V in the rural area north of Pcrp- The recently formed "Crusadefor
larville, Miss., said that the FBI Voters" organization of which
pointed an accusing' finger at him Otis James, local insurance exec- Jury.,1
.I as a "prime suspect" in ,the utive is chairman, 'i$ now recruiting Negroes on Grand
lynching of 23-year-old M.. C. workers for an all-out driveto
. Parker. 'register every qualified Negroin '
The new Dade County Grand Jury dry store operator who lives at
* No arrests have been made, Dade County on a non-parti-1
Jury impaneled on Tuesday includes Dennis Smith, real estate investor 5345 NW 31st
but .the preacher said that fed san base. -/ ave., are serving a.Ixmonth I
A."" Several meetings of the group I two Negroes. It is believed of 1295 NW 67t St., and term with the n e wjury
ex-'t' has already been held laying the to be the first time more than Jesse Miles, a Brownsville sun.. j .
, .\ one Negro has served on a. Grand
his son, Garage Mechanic Jeff ground work Lee to retain attorneys.Lee campaign, which is (scheduled to ,
have its (push-off meeting Mon,. Hutcheson Jr., Samuel Moncur,
who Is reported to nave day night, May 18 in the Fiesta Rev. E. T. Graham, Rev. Thed- ,
said, "God's word set forth that Rcom of the Mary Elizabeth Hotel ford Johnson and many other
the Negro is a servant," stated beginning at 7:59: pan. civic minded citizens. 1 t ;
If
that he suffered a neck injury The local ministers have been N' .,.;....
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1 while doing carpentry teork the The committee Invisions a doorto ,
called to ,give special emphasis k +
on -
day before the lynching and had door campaign with ..uttlc1ept'workers ..
I to the campaign from their
to lor treatment to touch all unregistered I .
togo a hospital frtri .1iJ
" pulpits; for the next few Sunday I r ; k.
the next morning after Parkerwas persons in the county. The organization, is non-part-I "
taken from The committee has
the prison. on publicity
.. san and is primarily interestedin
Parker; who was charged ''with already been busy putting up
,.. raping a White woman, was posters and placing on car bump I a program of registration
taken from the. Pearl County er stickers and windcfw strips. '
,t jail by nine or ten masked men Other leaders in the movement JUDGE; ARRESTED'

.'... and lynched on April 25. IDs bMires Mr. James are: Dr. John PAYS $506.45.
body, riddled with 'gunshots, was O. Brown, ,president of the Dade y'y''
. found in the Pearl River last county young Democrats; Dr. E. Miami Municipal Judge JohnD. _
week. A. Ward, retired pharmacist; S. Johnson, who, has been havinghis k
troubles in courts other than
"
his own, was arrested Thursdayon
a county judge's contempt or- '

: Teenager-- Killed in Fight- court der.Judge at the Johnson Colored, who Precinct holds, was his : __?Yr y 4.,'\: Y. } ___


I A 17-year-old Goulds youthwas said it arrested Joseph Case, 22, brought before County Judge F. ... .Yt:': '
fatally stabbed in the chest of Kalnlln Dr., Goulds, at Se- B. Darling. He paid the estate of i_ "3 J. 1'1 -I:(':. 'i' .JI/.. ., '- m

',. during a barroom argument over brin;. Police had put out a statewide the late Mrs. Clara Romer $506. Miss Judith Whitehead of Miami, and a sophomore
43 and Juuge Dowllng declared:
a woman Saturday and police ar- alarm for Case. ,
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at Bethune-Cookman College is crowned "Hay Queen"by
rested a man at Sebring and said, him purged of conte r t. I ,
. he will be charged with first- WILT SIGNS FOR 30 G'. The judge had, a similar brush the Delta Alpha Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta
t ". degree murder. Philadelphia Wilt (The with Judge W. F, Blanton last October Sorority which held its program May 1 in White Hall
a The victim was identified as Stilt) Chamberlain Wednesday when he was fined $50 and I Auditorium. They are from left to right: Mrs. Shirley
" Eddie Lane Robinson, a farm became the highest-paid playerin ordered to pay ($467 to the estate : Moore, a Junior from Eustls! ''FJa., Charles Chestnut, a
: laborer. Police said the stabbing the history of the National of Mrs Ruth Lee. freshman from Gainesville Ruth Dunmore
a junior
It is rumored that L."E. Thomas,
t took place at Abe Davis' Bar, Basketball Association when he
Old Cutler Dd. and Dixie Pine signed a one-year contract for former Judge of the Municipal from Philadelphia, Mathew Meadows a junior"from Ft.
t Ave. more than $30,000 with the Philadelphia I Court, will replace Johnson when Pierce, Miss Whitehead, Nick Johnson, a sophomore from .

y The', Florida Highway Patrol Warrior the City Commission meets again. I Columbus: Ga. and Mrs. Lillie B. ScUsof> Quinsy\ :'* -.* ..
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peopl I' Newspaper" STATE BUSINESS' lahassee The meetings Business were League.held In the Build up your social prestige

MAY 16 1959 LEAGUE CLOSESCONVENTION Charles Winter Wood Theater-
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, and the Moot Court Room of the Learn to dance at

IaN l school. Over 300.persons attended -
the'sessions. Don Strachan's Dance Studio

NAACP Urges Gov. Collins TALLAHASSEE One of the 7168 ,$W. 16Vi Ave PL 7.8768
most far reaching and successful
I conventions of the Florida State Join The NAACP .........-...--.............-

i Business League was held on the .
See That Justice is Done Florida recently.A&M University- campus:- --

The event was the 11th annual I
NEW YORK "All eyes twlir convention of the group .which is
be upon the State of Florida, as composed businessmen( and ,
13th ANNUAL
it proceeds" in the prosecution ol women throughout the State of I
four white men accused of raping Florida. It is a (member of the jfj.u
a 19-year-old' student of the BAND FESTIVALBy National Business> League and has
Florida A and M University at as affiliate organizations, chamber -
Tallahassee, Roy Wilkins, NAACP Wilbert Mason, Mays High
executive secretary, !warns in a and allied business groups ....
<
Dade County held its 13th An- ,
letter' to Govenor Leroy A. Col- that are interested in fosteringthe
lins. nual Band Festival at the North growth of Negro business ac-
Dade High School on Wednesday, tiv'ties!' in Florida.
The letter, dispatched on \May April 29. Three schools !Were rat- Participating on the program

6, notes that "thus far the !police, ed excellent: Mays, Northwestern were John H, Wickliffe field dire 1 .. .
work has been prompt and efifec- and Booker T. Washington tor for the National Negro ':.. .
tive." However, Mr. Wilkins The bands were under the direction Business League who gave the . ,... .
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points out, past experience indi- of the following instruc- keynote address and served as I -' .
cates the "full (punishment:; bas tors: (North Dade, James Henry consultant; Walter Austin, Guy V wr '\' been certain and swift in cases MoCall; Dorsey Junior High. Darnell, D. C. Colllngton--
involving a White victim and a Charles L. Thurston; Booker T well Harrison, D. C. Price, James
Negro accused, 'whereas the pen- Washington, Timothy O'Hara Huger, Dean T. M Jenkins, S. F.
t)
alty ,has been neither certain nor Savage Jr., Mays (High School,, Howell, L. I. Alexander, I. rf. .
heavy in cases involving a Negro Aldin M. Everette; (Northwestern,, Burney and M. T. Waters.
victim and a White accused. This David Wayne Paschal, and Geo. The banquet address was given -
circumstance," he asserts, "focused W; Carver, Phillip Cooper. by James E. Huger of Be- IF YOU CAN FIND A BETTER BOURBON..BUY IT!
Dr. F. Gatton
special attention on the Flor- Nathaniel was thune-Ccokman College and (was Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey 6 Ylars Old "86 Proof
of honor. He took notes cl
guest I held at the Bond Junior High
Frankfort
ida crime cAncfent Age Distillers Company, Kentucky
each band. For three days Dr. School. Greetings were extendedby
Mr. Wilkins assures the Gover- Gatton worked with the bands I Dean i&J. C. iRhaney of A&M
nor of his conviction that "as individually for Improvement as and T. Joshua .Hadle.y of the Tal-
Chief Executiv you ,will use whatever a result of ,the notes he had tak- I
authority of your office that en during the festival. -:"' NEED MONEY! '
North Dade started the enter-
properly may !be applied to the
end that, the wronged communityand tainimen Iby submitting threte selections Beautiful HomeOn 1st and 2nd mortgage loans $1,000 pay $21.25 mo.

the grieviously ((Wronged vic- : I Nice Dynamics, Autumn Large Lot Pay off all your bills $1,500 pay $31.88 mo.
tim will receive justice." Silouhette and Bronze -. Get additional cash 12,000 pay $42.59 mo.
Eagle were rated as good. Your lot be
very can a paymenton Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments
Citing instances of miscarriage Dorsey Junior High's three selections -
of justice in cases involving Negro (iwere: E Pluribus Unum, this 3bedroom new 2- FREE-24 hour inspection

citizens, the letter declares Atlantis, and Ballet Paritlca. baths No Cost to You
that these citizens merely "seek Their ratings were good.
1346 N.W. 58th Terr.
even-handed, color-blind justice George W.. Carver submitted: Dade-Broward Mortgages & Investments

. The' crime of rape" is a des- Activity, Little Gray Church, and Open 3.5 p.m. CALL ANYTIME
picable one, regardless of the Ambition. Carver's rating was '
color, station, or age of the,vic very good. Baron JE 8-1340 Miami : FR 7.4812 Hollywood : WA 3-7071
tim or the assailant. Dr. Gatton said, "The Mays w
band is the most up to date high
The Association's national office -
school "band"Au
the letter asserts, joins its
Pays Lorrain Poet and
,
officers and members in Florida
Peasant and Barnum and Bailey
"in their request that the law enforcement -
officials of the city and Favorites were Mays selections. 11 Mfc '
Northwestern/ submitted three
county and of the state, if nec- '
the accused beautiful selections: Chester, a lovely way. .
essary prosecute/ z
W.
P. C. Colemanette :and Mar-
,parties to the full extent of the
che Slave.
law." Booker T. Washington sub- to remember
mitted three wonderful selections {(
The young university studentwas x"i
seized at .gunpoint from her also: Marche ,Fantasque, Finale her day 1 .j
escort the From New World Symphony/ and ( *
on night of May 1 after :*: *
a dance She was found Death or Transfiguration.
1e
oo und, sagged and bruised in the xx
car with the '\iour men who had Final Notice
taken turns in attacking her. She
was removed to the university Attention all units of the Florida
hospital in an hysterical condition.The Congress of Colored Parents
men, /who had been promptly and Teachers. (
arrested and jailed, /were indicted You are requested to send your >
by Leon material for the Florida Souvenir
a County ;grand ;
Book to Anthony L. Smons!
jury after ( ,
a hearing on May 6.
15845 NW 20th ave., Opa, Lccka, I
before May 26. '
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We take
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three to four in the school office. NO MONEY DOWN
Each child entering flrst grade I' '
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.. THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspape

Issues Statement SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1959 PA -"'



Girl Scouts of .day the Ixora girls] are'having ,a
Choee Ho\w- +
play day" at Camp
on Co-ed Assault .. AmericaDistrict lette in Richmond Heights.An .
Publicity Chairman Intermediate and a Senior
(Ixora District) \ Girl Scout Troop will soon be-
By Mrs. Cleo Glue organized in the downtown area
Tallahassee "Disgraceful All girls interested between the
regrettable . one of the worst Troop No. 456, 692 and 693 had ages of 10 and 17 call Mr Har-
crimes ever commttteed In the H "buzz session" May 15 at 2375 ry Wheatley, District Director. I
area . Florida A&M University May Fair Hotel to be NW 161st st. It was a great suc- FR 9-2301.
officials termed the recent cess. You will hear more about
alleged rape of a University coed this affair next week
by"'four Tallahassee White men. Barbara Williams and Shirley
Morticians Nassau Hq.By Marshall, both from the Ixora
The victim, a Tallahassean, allegedly district drew one of (the !winning
was kidnapped at gun- pictures (Rare Bird Farm) which
point by four\ White men as she JOSEPH E. 3. RAY tions are (made (payable to the was displayed at the Girl Scouts
sat in a car with( another coed and Florida Morticians Association, County Art Exhibit. The drawing
two freshmen male students AAS The Florida Morticians Inc. The plane may be boardedat will go to the Senior Round up at
shortly after the "big" spring Asscciation, Inc. will use 2 floorsof Tampa or Fort Lauderdale ata Colorado Spring this summer,
dance of the year had ended. The the (beautiful May Fair Hotel, flight time acceptable to the July 312.
second co-ed was also taken at headquarters for the executive tourist. he said, the 50 minute Each Troop in the Ixora Dis-
gunpoint from the University male committee, when they hold trI. from the states, gives more trict will berqpresentecl by a
students, but broke away from their 35th annual convention in time to enjoy the beautiful white Juliete' Low chairman May 23 at
her-would-be abductors and disappeared Nassau, Bahamas June 16-18, sand beaches, smart native shops the Community Service 'Building,
before she could be re- according to a news release from and markets on the world famous 395 NW First St. On the same ,j jj'
captured. the office of Oscar Irving Hill- Bay Street, as well as the entertainment rzzr
man, state president" today. Hill- sPOUt
President George W. Gore, Jr., man said the group will hold its
subsequently commented. : meeting in the auditorium of the 75 PER CENT NEGRO J. A. BURROWS
tropical funland hostelry.He .
"The incident is both disgraceful -
and regrettable. Everything stated, the ocean view LAUNDRY TRANSFERFor I,
possible is being done to protectthe lounge, informal dining room and : WORKERS STRIKEAT
quick
girl, to'insure a fair trial, and coffee shci, "haven for the thirs- dependable
to hasten the triumph' of Justice. ty" cocktail lounge, and delightful 6 HOSPITALSNew Service

Shortly afterwards, the Admin- pool-side patio, will be "un- York City (ONS) Phone OX 1-9163
der-the-roof features for the Carrying signs which show clearly e
istrative Council, composed of J\lrie. :
the president, vice-president, director many guests who are making : "A City Welfare allowance Is 1742 N.W. 67th St. !
of public relations, regis- reservations daily, to accompanythe bigger than our Mount Sinai sal-
morticians and their ladies Specializing in furniture THE SMOOTHER BOURBON
trar, director of libraries, business ary" and "We can't live on $32
manager, personnel and aca. auxiliary, on their "package- per week," non-professional moving KintuckyStriliht Bourbon Whlikiy |Yn Old
demic deans, issued the following plan" vacation tour. workers at six non-profit hos- M hooi.OAncl.nl Act old Co.F.nMort,Ky.
statement: pitals staged, a successful walkout -
MARVEL AT ECONOMY
in unison. Under orders of
"For the past several days the Hillman confided that friends local 1109, striking employees
local community has !been shocked from North Carolina and Alabama totaled 3,625 the majority of RATES GOING UP!
by, what/ is in our opinion, one as well as 'points throughout them being laundry cleaning and
The
of the worst crimes ever committed Florida have already applied for service employees with 75: per Newspapers Say-Save Money by Getting
in this area. We deplorethe airplane and hotel reservations. cent of them Negro AUTO ,LIABILITY INSURANCE
alleged mass rape of a Florida He said, when it is known that At Mount Sinai, a stone's throw NOW-Before
A&M student, and we feel that fcr a few dollars over the plane from Harlem, and where the local the rates go up
this act threatens racial relationsin fare, each tourist who registers is strongest! Director, Dr Many of our 6-months policies start as low as
our community. through his office at 525 W est Martin Steinberg: stated that out $12 Down
Beaver ,St., Jacksonville will receive of 050 non-pros, 303 of them wenton
"The law has moved swiftlyand taxi service from the planeto strike. To replace them they SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
efficiently. The radio,
press the hotel and back, sightseeing, took in volunteers, many of them
and crime television with completeness have reported and the day and night trips to and from I. wives of the doctors and cots 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL
famous fortresses, marine gar- were set up for those who could 9-5284 NA 4.1811
with bias. This we recognize. We
sleep in.Mayor.
dens, night spots, Chopping cen-
are opposed to any act of violenceand ters, with drinks and tips for attendants , Wagner, after 17 hours. f:
pledge full reliance upon lay included, the folks mar- failed to get the two sides to -- '
and the courts to resolve this -
vel at the economy obtained by compromise. The union wants: I
matter. the 'Tackage Plan." raise in pay and better hours for .

"The victim is a Tallahasseegirl The State President advised, its workers. r
who has grown up in this that the deadline for reservations I t
community, and has 'spent all of through the "package plan" is set Your Vote is Needed 2&3 ;
her school life under the influ- for May 15 at which time it i 1&
ence of Leon County cshoois. She expected 300 to 500 persons, I to fight the forces that leek I
represents hard-working, Chris- either as individuals or through i I
tian parents of the type whose their respective groups will have to keep you a Second Class BEDROOM HOUSES
devotion to the simple verities of sent in their reservations. He Citizen;
life make up the !backbone of our stated, "All checks for reserva-
democracy. Such persons deservethe
protection of the law. We

feel lahassee that all abhor decent this people heinous in Tal-act. VI'S GUEST HOUSE FOR SALERichmond '

We trust that this deplorablecrime REASONABLE'RATES ON ROOMSBy
/twill generate a determination Day or Week 1.
on the part of Tallahasseansto Efficiency Privileges Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.
to the world that justicein
prove Phones OX 1.5343 FR 9.9359
Florida can be meted outs to HeightsNear
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4 SATURDAY, ,MAY 16, 1959 I the overlapping? Mention
,._ Thistime it is the traffic courts. On Monday CircuitJudge Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cooke
Robert Anderson ordered the City of Miami to refund have returned to Detroit, Mich,
more than a million dollars illegally collected as after 'a delightful stay of two

F traffic fines sirce March 1958 when our Metro govern- Nancy weeks: Pate.as house guests of Mrs

ment took over traffic law enforcement. .
The judge also ordered an Immediate shut-down of !Mr, and Mrs. Winston Bran
the city's traffic courts and labelled all convictions since 'of Cleveland; Ohio, are vacati'))n.
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 I Mar: h, 1958, null and void. The Plant at 6740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421
_appeal. Miami would like to at leas.t operate its traffic William Bate motored to Miamion
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: courts until June 30, which is the end of the fiscal year. Tuesday and is enjoying
ONE YEAR $4.50 SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS $1,70 I viola- a
Returning more than a million dollars to traffic well-earned vacation with his
\ claims it has spent the wife, Nancy, at their home, 6831
H E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor tors sounds good,.but the city
NW 13thave.
GARTH C, REEVES, Managing Editor money; if this order stands up, it will mean a tax, not only

for those receiving a refund, but all taxpayer Theophilus A., Archer, 2185
"And I, If I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me." The Metropolitan Commission on Tuesday set July NW 74th terrace, a former stu
1 as the the deadline for county-wide enforcement of the dent of Tuskegee Institute, Ala,
PENTECOST Metro traffic code. It also increased the number of traf has just completed two years of
Sunday, May 17, is Pentecost or Whitsunday. It i is I fic judges from three to 13, and would allow any of the active army duty.;Archer, son of
Mr. and Mrs.
Felix
of ,the festivals of the church traffic (Lillian) Archer -
one great commemoratingthe 1,500 uniformed officers in the county to make plans to work a while be.
descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Apostles after arrests anywhere in the county.HOSPITAL fore continuing further collegiate
-
the Ascension of our Lord. It comes 50 days after Easter. study.

WEEK .
FIVE YEARS OF INTEGRATIONMay This week the nation is observing Hospital Week M-Sgt. Samuel S. Holmes,
army career man who has
but
17 marks the fifth anniversary of the famous
There are more than, 7,000 hospitals participatingThe one more year to fulfill his 20-
decision of the United States Supreme Court outlawingsegregation theme is "More Roads to Recovery." It really year"assignment, is again at home
in public schools. Since that time several should have some special meaning to our community at visiting relatives and, old friends
Southern schools have integrated, or made some attemptat the time. Bit. iHolimes leaves Monday for
present
However there six Southern states Oakland, Cal., on the first leg of
integration.
are We have just laid the cornerstone of our new Chris- an" extended assignment to the
cluding Florida that up to the present time have in-I' tian Memorial Hospital at 32nd ave. and 47th st. The Far East. lie expresses a warm
no attempt to integrate on the grade and high school building is nearing completion. It is a modern structure greeting "to all of his friends and
el ; they are still passing laws to prevent integration I I that will cost $275,000 to build and 125,000 to furnish. associates

that be possible.Apart I This building with 50 beds will not only help to fill a real Ben
Brice left the
city last Friday
from the school, there have been some progress need in our community, but it will also be a, credit to morning on his annual trip-
made in breaking down the bars'of segregation in Miami. Every citizen in this community who can, should to Cold SIring Farm Inn, Stamford
transportation on the railway and on buses, also on the help. There .is a campaign' on to raise funds. If you can'tive N.Y. Mr. Brice was accompanied
golf course. These barriers have been moved by court by his wife, Mrs. Annie
$100 or more, give $50 $25, $20, $10, $5 or even '
action, backed or taken by the National Association for less, but give. Mae Brice. The Brlces send a big
hello and farewell to all of
the Advancement of Colored People. it sir
Let us help this worthy cause during Hospital Week friends.
This week we have been reading some very interesting :
and also up to the time the campaign closes. Your pledge
articles by some very interesting people. We are giv- may be paid by installments.Rev. .

ing.,our readers some excerpts Thedford Johnson, popular pastor of St. John Don't Fret Fight!
Philip Wylie, world famous Miami author, address Baptist Church, is chairman of the campaign. Send
ing students of the Florida State University on Monday at your Join The NAACP
Tallahassee contributions to 710 NW 3rd Ave., FR 7-4769.
said : .
"In -a third of a century, not only will we be Inte-
grated and not only all racism be a historic fact we read

about in old books, but I hope we'll be a lot.further along THE ADULT DIVISION OF
to all becoming tea-colored." .

"People who argue against integration either do not NORTHWESTERN SENIOR-
think at all or do not understand the realities of the cen-
tury."

"Non-whites' would rather have equal slavery under HIGH SCHOOL

communism._than freedom and inequality. I

"In 25'to 35 years from now we'll be integrated com- 7007 NW.12th Avenue, Miami, Fla. PL 4.5491ANNOUNCES
pletely and if we don't do it out of our own free sense of

human. dignity, we may all be, Communists." ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SUMMER

). TERM 1959
DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT
Vice President Richard Nixon, chairman of the Pres- Registration. '''Monday through Friday

ident's Committee on Government Contracts, addressing Between 2:00 and 10:00 p.m. .

more than 400 ,. AT .. .. . .
religious leaders in Washington on Mon 7007 N.W. 12TH AVENUE j '
.
.
day, said that they should ",,. '
impress upon the nation's con- S _. .
science that racial discrimination in employment is mor- \ '

ally wrong. DAY ADULT ,SCHOOL HOURS 7:00.10:00, P.M. ""'. ..I.,"

Said Mr. Nixon: "We need your help. You represent Evening Trade Hours Full and '
: Part Time: 3:00.10:00 '* "
a. tremendous amount of power for good. I urge you to go \ 3:30.6:30 p.m.-7:00 10:00 p.m..".,, :
back to your communities and mobilize the moral support p.m. t .. :;,

of employment the American, and people for the for whole non-discriminatory policies in Many Courses Are Approved ;for Veterans,. .. . !,,' .'. ,
program of civil rights
for all Americans regardless TELEPHONE INQUIRIES AFTER 2:00 P.M. '*.V,f" ,
of race, color or national .. c, '
origin." .... ")'t\..t' .'

Mr. Walter Winchell, world-renown columnist: ACADEMIC, General ,:*}.,.-, .
The lynch-mob responsible for the murder of- Mack American History and Gov't General T* > .-V
Math English :
Charles' must be. brought to justice. When Mathematics >. *",
a group : Algebra h .
Parr Science
of to wreck the Bill of Rights then every Geometry, Trigonometry : General, Biology, ..:.ty&tOf( '4. '
Chemistry, Physics : .
American's conscience leaves him no choice. He must defend Adult 'I', ,.-'-
the Constitution with very power at his command, High School Diploma Awarded on Basis of ,,16 Units of CreditJ.... :: ,

as others defended it with their lives. If you believe in democracy GENERAL ADULT EDUCATION f, .,

you must believe in law and order. There is English, Basic, Reading Clinic Public Speaking
either full law or no law f. Hates never solve old prob. English for Foreign Born Creative Writing _
lems-they only create new ones. When a mob rules the
only law that prevails is the law of the jungle. History, PRE-HIGH SCHOOL: Grades ,1 through 8, Adult .

however, offers this reassurance: The granite-hearts of ? TRADE TRAINING: Full Time and Part Tune .

bigots eventually become tombstones for their indecency r Training for the more frequently found trades in this area,is offered on
just aIL burning crosses became the ashes of the Ku Klux both full-time and part-time basis. Among the courses ,
now being
Klan. In a large sense, the' horrifying significance of the offered: .
Incident is this: A few ,
Mississippi illiterates Drafting
gained a I Home
Economics
victory for Moscow : Sewing ', .
Custom
Tailoring : '
Cooking ." : Cabinet and Millwork Power Sewing ':; .
.
At the 31st annual meeting of the, Lutheran Synod Dry Cleaning and Laundering TV and Radio ."' '
.
,
this week, held in Hollywood, the Synod made up of 45 Practical Nurse Training Auto Mechanics '
.churches with a membership of over 20,000, considered V,,*"
a resolution paving the way for integration. The Synod i EVENING BUSINESS COURSES: .

also let it be known thatLutherans "emphatically oppose Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Secretarial Refresher Course'

both the closing" of schools fn Florida" and "second class $2.00 Registration Fee per subject -Small 'Materials Fee for some .'
citizenship.. < courses

: Chairman Paul M. Butler of the Democratic National Call' PL 4.5491 after 2:00 p.m. for further information regarding .the

Committee has urged the executive and legislative courses of your choice I'

branch s i of the government to support the judicial branch COUNTYWIDE CLASSES WILL BE FOUND AT ..
fn Its fight for human rights MAYS stNIOR HIGH '
,'.. 'kThe NAACP will observe GOULDS A. L LEWIS, HOMESTEAD' :
Sunday as "Decision.. Sun- Tailoring, Repair, Homemaking Classes in HomemakingWoodwork.
day. -
''W "' General Machinery '-' "

I tCITY VS- : METRO BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, MIAMI

There Is still strife going on between Citizenship Classes Typewriting .
? our City ComMission -
< '
and ,our Metropolitan Commission. Just when t' f Dade County Board of Public InstructionPAGE .. .

wild thenderstalld.their respective duties and cut out .
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. ,.. Offered May 21' j SATURDAY, MAY 16, J959 PA< --- '

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The Museum of Science and .
j
Natural History, 1737, North Bay-
shore Drive will offer a free Astronomical -,

Lecture on Thursday ITHEEVIDENCE

evening, May 2f at 8 pan .
Arthur P. Smith Jr., president

of the. .Southern Cross Astro-
ncm'cal* Society will give nri illustrated STACKS UP

talk entitled "Science of "


Space.advancement'Mr, "Smith will of astronomy discuss hqv with the there's no Gin likeGORDON'S


satellite and moon shots, affects

.e ,,9 w3 1 cw OUT dally lives, and their significance .. .'
to the welfare of our na- ;
r i ; ,
e u y
$ tion.The
program is free and all are
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cordially invited. ,

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Dorsey High and I "

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NorthwesternAlumni ' \...' : I t.

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MeetingAll :

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1949 graduates and all' \ '
graduates of Dorsey and North- .':1 "

T "e Junior' High School in the old ;' ." .'
library, May 17, 8 pin. Pleasebe '-# .
on time and bring someone ,j; iip 1ft) .\,

_ _ _n _______ _...__ __ _.._nn__ nn_ with you. There will also be a i"

Mr and Mrs. Wlliam F. De- Burrows and Miss Barbara Dykes sale at 1301 NW 65th st starting

veaux are seen leaving St. Bar- Ebenezer C. Edwards was best at 6 pin May 16. Public invited I', .
,'
nabas Church' In Nassau after man. Grocmsmen 'were Nathaniel Refreshments will be served. .h 1"

their marriage April 26. Mrs. De- Thomas, Joe Williams and Eric r;:. '

veaux is the former Yvonne M. Dean. Cyprianna' Munnings and Last PTA Meeting , ..'". ,
: \ !
Michael, daughter of Mr. and Deanna Sauders were flower II

Mrs. P. Michael of Nassau. girls ad Phillip Michael was pageboy Northwestern/ Senior High
The couple were married at a School is holding its final PTA \ Z
Nuptial Mass Canon\ John '
by
meeting for the school next
year
.
A reception was held at thehome ,
Calnaru The bride was given in and Monday, May 18 in the school'sauditorium ,
of the !bride's parents Ai
her father. S
marriage 'by Parents and
members -
the couple left Xcr Jamaica via
Maid of honor Miss Patricia
was of the
community are requested -
Hill and bridesmaids were Miami on their honeymoon They to be resent. at 8 .pjn. _"_
Miss Norma Hanna, Miss Patricia will live in Miami.

_____ _ _ ___n _.......... -.--. ..... .. I Isis to CelebrateKazah


Along Freedom's Road Court No. 117' Daughtersof
I Isis will celebrate their
Thanksgiving Day at St. Paul's *
By RUTH PERRY -- AME Church, corner of Thomas W V J

_ ..., ..... ..-. -....--.... -....... _ Ave. and Douglas Road, Coconut
Grove, Sunday morning at 11 I ; ,' ',4r'/are/ $
... Weeks have passed, and the these words to say: o'clock All daughters <<
are requested -
solution of the Parker lynching in "It is significant that in the to be present and on

Poplarville, Mississippi, seems no past full punishment has been time. The Nobles of Kazah
nearer. In reviewing act of 'prejudiced violence the ing a White victim and a Negro Sherman L. Green will be the
latest. in a long series of unsolved accused\ whereas the penalty has speaker.' I

oases in the south, ''several ques- been neither certain nor heavy in B. Louise Rolle, I. C. III'S EOTItt nns DfStI10 flMl CUI, q ,.,RUMY i.> p,11I4191BI, g 1

tions form in my mind. The answers cases involving a Nayro vkftlm ... .
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.to these questions would and a White accused. This circum-
doubtless prove very Interestingif ttance focusses special attentionon

'the truth \twere told. the Florida crime For The Finest Apartments .at Moderate Rates-Call

SOUTHERN JUSTICE "Negro citizens seek evenhanded '

color-blind Justice. The
Why did the sheriff In Poplar- record in too many states and localities 1
ville leave Parker unguarded ina reveals that too frequently BONDED COLLECTION

Jail so easy of access when be they are denied ,this treatment
knew the temper and climate of by the law enforcement machinery. -

Mississippi? Wouldn't a white In the State of Alabama the

man in similar circumstances record shows that the death penalty a
have been protected? With all the for robbery has never been

'confusion, noise and yells that assessed against a White prisoner' AGENCY Inc.The' /

accompanied the abduction, in the 32 years of the lalw's .
,
wouldn't it be logical to assume existence, but four Negroes have
that someone heard the disturbance been executed under 'its pro
.4 at the Jail? Perhaps even vision.COLORBLIND. ; 1
the sheriff himself Could it be largest collection and rental '

that it was suspected what was JUSTICE

.icing on, and ignored, because, SOUGHT
{ as they say in, Misslsslpp, "It was agency in the South ; operating'in .
only a nigger, anY'W'l17u' "Iq the State of Mississippi! i,
Last week this column told scene of the recent kidnap-lyn- I I Dade and Broward Counties' Ne-
ching of Mack Parker White
a
about two kinds of Justice in the
married who admitted last
man
south: one, the white man's and are'as.
Housing i
.
year that he raped 'a'Nt1lI'o teen gro :. : '
the other, the Negro's justice: For j, --
age baby-sitter was a suspended
those in
.of the colored race
sentence. These and scores of L. L. BROOK'S, PRESIDENT
states like Mississippi, where a
similar cases are Jn the minds,
man can be lynched without a of Negro citizens they the I MANAGING AND MAINTAINING
fair trial in this year of 1059, a* eye MORE THAN
Tallahassee The
few, if any dare speak out for case. Poplarville
fear of drastic reprisal. It is for Parker lynching is in had their minds trial. also. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
never a Negro
us, in states and localities where
citizens remember too the Emmett
conditions are some better, to cry BROWARD COUNTIES
Till
case in Mississippi. .
out in righteous anger and grief ,
"For these reasons, all eyes ..
for our victimized !fellow humans
will be upon the State of Floridaas .
in Mississippi, Alabama, and unfortunately -
it proceeds in the Tallahassee k
some parts of Flor-
ida; it is for us to urge officials case. We fervently request that : ,.
the law enforcement official
of
and representatives at state '
our : ;

.. level and in Washington to state the ,cityand if necessary county, ,prosecute and'of' the the ,.' CY, INC ",1.1.; j''.; ;". ,.'.. K
strengthen the existing Civil
r: accused .parties to the full extentof t.: .. .... "f
: 001 Rights Act; it is for us to help
the law. If the accounts of the
with what money we can give to ttSCTEjj '
<4
: mass rape of the studentare .
young
the fight for freedom; it is for us ,
AS to speak up for Justice and equal sustained by a fair trjal in \ 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 9
court, there be other
can no
civil rights: ; and tt is for us to
assume our responsibilities 'as course tor the Florida courts to 1860 N.W. 73rd ST. ................ PL 89827 1022 N.W. eth 6T.

men and women in a democracyand justice take except to the to grievously give unqualified wronged 3461 GRAND AVE." ............... HI 4-2447 Ft. Lauderd.l. .................... JA 23474
votes to cut down .
use our victim." 339 HAMMONDVILLE RD,

racial prejudice and bigotry. e 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. ............ NE 63466 Pompano ,....._.................... WE 83235
It also at this writing .
appears
that Justice is becoming a little 7102 N.W. 14th AVE ............ PL. 1.0327 14460 N.W. 22nd AYE.

confused in our own state regard- For Rent 6241 N.W. 17th AVE. .......,.., PL 89990 Opa Lock MU 80617
ing the shocking crime committed 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. ................ FR 46331
at Tallahassee on May 1. 2 bedroom duplex. '$17.50 per 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. 1019 N.W. 6th 6T.

The deputy who arrested the week. 2149 NW 55th. St. ., 'r.rrlne ..-.............-...... 'CE 63553 Ft. Lauderdale ..............MM JA"2.3474

four White men now denies what DAY OR NIGHT

he first said. The four men are J. A. SUMMONS MAIN OFFICE ,
"not guilty" after "
pleading previously
3781 Grand Avenue
admitting their guilt. In a Miami 33, Cooonut Grove, Flat 3 1163N.W.3rd Avenue . .'J1 FR 3-8416 :
Governor LeKoy Collins
letter to
HI 4.2448 HI 60173
or .
6 NAACP execu ,
dated May II JMf"' .. .-
tive secretary, Boy Wilkins bad o I
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'PAGE 6' SATURDAY, 'MAY 16, 1959 TO SPEAK AT ST.kUGUSTINE'S SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor



.: I STATE PRESIDENT turkey dinner /which was servedat Dr. James A. Boyer, presidentof a Life Long ProfessionFlorida's
tl the home of and by Mrs. Geor- Augustine's College has
St. Reliable
and
'. w VISITS CLUB gia Rollins of the Idle Hour Art announced that the 92nd annual Oldest, Complete School
and Social Club at 5 o'clock. will be held on
commencement
WOMEN The many guests bade their May 2325. On Saturday, May 23 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4.9998
) goodbys to meet again at Lake- the Senior Class exercises are
By Mrs. Marguerite Everhart land for the state meeting in scheduled for 10.30 ajn. on the
June where Miami, as usual, expects -
The Associated Club Women of college campus.
Miami were hiijhly honored last to have a large delegation. The annual meeting of the the JOHNSON AND SONS
Executive Committee of
weekend by a visit from Mrs.
Algernon Bolen of Fort Pierce, 2 BTW STUDENTSGET Alumni Association will be held SHOE SHOP
who IS state president of Florida HOWARDU. in the Penick Hall of Science
Asscciation of Colored Women's Amphitheater at 10 ajm. The gen- FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe
Clubs. Arriving early Saturady, SCHOLARSHIPS eral meeting of the Association is
.. Mrs. Bolen, who is a teacher for scheduled for 2 p.m. in the Science Save Your Souls-While You Wait
the (board of (public instruction, Washington, D. C. Howard Amphitheater.On .
was the house guest of Mr. and University this ,week awarded Sunday, May 24, a corpor- Shoes Shined and Dyed
Mrs. Livingston Adderley, who eight scholarships totaling $28,000to ate communion for seniors will
were very amiable and graciousin !Winners in its 1958-59 national be held in the College Chapel at 6570 N.W. 15th Ave. Phone OX 1.9850RENTING

extending to her every comfort competitive scholarship examina- 7:30: am., after which the senior
of their beoutlful home. tions. class Flag Raising Ceremony will
Saturday evening the associa- The winners will enter Howardin be held on the quadrangle at 8:15:
ticn, which consists of seven September, 1959. rrhey !were am.
clubs, sponsored a get-together among 3,318 high school studentsin
party at the James E. Scott Com- 29 states and the District of This year's baccalaureate NOW !
munity Center in honor of Mrs Columbia who took the exami speaker is the Rev Elisha S.
Bolen so that she might meet and nation. Some 90 additional Clarke, Jr., rector of the Churchof
fellowship with her Federated awards 'will ,foe announced at a the Incarnation, Miami. Father
ladies and other guests. later date.Two Clarke, a graduate of St. Aug- 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
ustine's College in the class of
There was a well planned pro- high school students each ,
45 will preach in the Colleges
gram with Mrs. Mildred Monroe from Washington and the stateof Houses Stores
acting as M. C. Mrs. Bolen was ,Florida and North Carolina, Chapel at 5 p.m.
introduced by the past state president and one each from Pennsylvaniaand At 8 'pjn. St. Augustine's Pres-
of the association, Mrs. Ohio were among thewin/ ident and Mrs. James A. Boyer Brown Sub Coconut Grove

Myrtle M. Davis. She stroke ol ners announced today ,by Howard will Abe at home /with the president's Liberty City Downtown
the aims and (purposes of the I officials With the exception ol annual reception for sen-
..' association and Invited other club two students, all will enroll i t' iors, 'parents, staff, alumni and
women cf the city to become affiliated the College of Liberal Arts. friends. WILSON RENTAL AGENCY Inc. '
with it and share in Its Five hundred dollar awards On Monday, May 25, the Rt. ,
worthwhile tasks of aiding our each year for dour will be Rev. Thomas H. Wright, D.D.
fellow men Special guests attending years Bishqp of the Diocese of East 1307 N.W.
given to two seniors at Booker T 3rd Ave FR 4.0116
Carolina will deliver the
Mrs. commencement -
were: Emma Sweet- Washington
High School Miami
ing, (resident Dade County PTA address at 10:30: am.
Fla. They are Daniel Lee Aikens
Council, Mrs. TheLma Glover,' son of !Mrs. Clementine Williams, on the quadrangle. In case of rain

PTA president; Mrs. Charlotte Hpjimes Wright Elementary, 1530 NW First Court, and Caesai I lor the Hall.program /will be held in Tay- Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
pro- S. Culver
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
chairman .
gram of Holmes Ele-
Caesar
Culver, 451'5 NW 33rd ave.
mentary PTA; Mrs. Marie' White, Atkins has been cited for excellence
president Business and
Professional -
in chemistry and American
Women's Club of Mt. Zion
Baptist Church; Rev. Thedford government. Culver, who has
Johnson taken a first prize in the South
pastor of St. J o h n
Baptist Church; Mrs. Irene Pratt, Florida Regional Science !Fair,
worthy (matron Victoria Ward will enroll in the School of En-

Chapter 86 of OES; Mrs. Frankie gineering and Architecture. M1 t-Th$ ,.Z

Glover, hospitality chairman of
Dade County Council for youth; TUBMAN WINS

Mrs. Miriam Stirrup, member of :
Friendship Garden and Civic AGAIN IN LIBERIA

Club; Mrs. Earline Cliette, voca- MONROVIA Liberia .
list and teacher at J. R' E. Lee Presi- 'S oP e hp [ so::
dent William V. S. Tubman and jit ;
School; Mrs. Azelina Pinkney, candidates of the True Whig Par-
curriculum assistant at Phyllis ty have won an overwhelming
Wheatley Elementary School, Mr. victory in Tuesday's
general
and Mrs. J. Rogers, who enter- elections in Liberia.
tained \quests with vocal and instrumental I Counting still .
was going on,
selections; Messrs. but an official '
tally
:gave Tufb-
David and James
Price) Monroe.
man 168,000 votes and the opposition *
In closing members of the association candidate; Davies Bright, ; f ,
and their guests formed 24,000. st ;:
a circle, singing, "Let Me Call
You Sweetheart. Then followedan ..
BISHOP '
FETEDOn :
hour of fellowship /with a delicious '( .,a t . :
buffet supper preparedand Wednesday, April 22 in the ;\
served by; Mesdames Marie evening at the Masonic Hall, a
Price and Bertha McKeever and repast 'Was given by the officers
other members of the association. and members of St. Peters' Afri- rpfkSL

Following Ihe geMajether can Orthodox Cathedral climax-
ing the celebration of 'their Arch-
party, Mrs. Bolen was entertained -
with a ,barbecue party at the bishop Richard Grant Robinson's? ;
I home of Mr. and Mrs. Ambry 30th'' anniversary of his ordination ('
Davis of Coconut Grove which to the priesthood. Many felicitations -
{I was lavishly prepared and well were given him by the
I attended. clergy, members and friends.

I! ; Sunday morning President BoI After which a very delicious repast -
,I len attended St. Paul AME was served.
\ Church of Coconut Grove, as May he live to see many more a '

t \,I, guest of Mrs. Elizabeth, E. John- years.,
son, president of City Associationof
Colored Women's
Clubs
Sunday afternoon Mrs. Bolen Advertise It Pays! "We deliver as many as US babies a month Mn. Anderson point out. 1 know how impor-
tant it is for tiny babies to have
the
was entertained with a full course safest most digestible form.of milk for their fonnuJas.JJ

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Head nurse tells why she seleJted. .


Customized Homes CARNATION MILK FOR HER OWN BABYMrs.



\ IN Ida Mae Anderson is head nurse and an equal amount of water for his cup.**
maternity supervisor at a leading hospital
BEAUTIFUL RICHMOND HEIGHTS Carnation-is Ideal for cooking) Mrs.
in Detroit She is a graduate of Good too.
Y Samaritan Hospital Charlotte N.C. Anderson says no other milk win do for
\ ,
: DELUXE FEATURES the faDur .procf custard below.If never

r. 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS Mr&Andersonandherhusbandbaveatwo-," she explains: "when I make it
year-old son, Michael lynn. "Michael's with Carnation." This double-rich milk

s CARPORTE formula milk was Carnation, of course," In the red-and-white can Is the world's

C ELECTRIC OVENS AND RANGES. Mrs. Anderson says. "Now we mix it with favorite evaporated milk by far

O GAS HEAT ---:----

I f: O LOTS 75x100 AND LARGER I recipe-------- ______-

f I From $13,500. See our MODELS on Lincoln Blvd. I II I "FAILURE-PROOF" BeatlnlNdltntitomlxWIILPour ,

c? Near Coral Reef Drive CARNATION CUSTARD custard Into 6-8 baking dishes* I ,
I fJfefttt M MMdtMl muMNW sprinkle with nutmeg.Put dishes 1
---4 } I
0 I 4 eggs In 2V&" deep pan; pour water

1 ASHBES & KRAMER INC. .I V4 cup granulated sugar. around custard dishes., I
% teaspoon salt
I Bake In moderate oven(350 F.) I
[t J145{ Almeria Ave. Coral Gables 1., 1 teaspoon vanilla 40-45 minutes, or until knife. ryj
1 water
Highland I cup Inserted Into custard comes out
t 6.6426 1%cups(large can)undiluted dean. Remove from water and ,I '
... I
.' CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK cooL Add topping If you wish.THE .

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Well when 'this comes to viewI WASHINGTON The U. S. person's memberships. pending filing of this petition for'
shall be where I (will have at Supreme Court was this week The Florida high court also rul- writ of certiorari.
my disposal all the very latest < asked to review a decision of the ed that everyone called would be This is one of seven cases .be*
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LP's, and single disc. I shall 'have Florida Supreme Court for sur- expected to answer questions on fore the high court involving the
accepted a (positionwith radio ularly care what people think of render of the Miami NAACP their, own membership and that Association's right to function,
, station WGOA, Orlando. So wish him, he enjoys this (Iosition among membership list of others suspected of subversive explained! Robert L. Carter, General -
I .me hick\ I'm going to need it. the jazz nciblllty. The same as I activities counsel who is handling this
enjoy NAACP attorneys filed a petition case. He is being assisted by G.
; Now. The value of a tradition, If my position among writers. for writ of certiorari April STAY WAS GRANTEDThe E. Graves of Miami.
you can call me that. Never-
to an art as rapidly changing as 28 behalf of Rev. Theodore Gibson -
theless, Miles proved don't United States Supreme Other similar cases stem from
. Jazz, Is primarily the value of you Mrs. Ruth Perry, Mrs. Ver- *
Alabama each
1 have to "yell" and "cream" on Ccurt granted a stay of the Virginia Georgia, ,
., perspective. Kncfjvinj from your instrument to project feel- nell Albury and G. E. Graves Jr. judgement of the Florida Supreme with one a piece, and Arkansas
whence it came is the first step All are members of the Miami with.three.
And 24
ing. we certain can appreciate Court on February ,
" toward 'glimpsing 'whither it may brash
music that has that smooth I
:, be going. So pay attention huh? touch: Conflict arose in February o)

The distant jazz has come can- 1958 when the four petitioners THE' MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"
not be measured simply by the PERSONAL MENTION: "Bub- were subpoenaed to 'testify, before I
juxtaposition of our "Stan Getz" ber" it's great to have you and the Florida Legislative Investigation SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1359 PAGE 7
and "Count Basic;" It primarily little Jerry in my corner. Stay Committee. Alleged ,
t a matter of time and knowledge: there OK? (purpose of the hearing was to
,, Put together, these constitute a Remember} : "A devout thought determine the extent of subversive -
tradition. Now, for the first time is no better than a 'pious dream penetration and infiltration
the young ahd old Jazzmen can -unless it is unanimously de- into the NACP. '
. profit from live exposure to the lineated. (Writer) All petitioners appeared but
. musical tradition of which they Be sure to read: 'TThe Mastersof did nct, produce the memoership *
are heir. And nowadays, indeed Deceit," by J. Edgar Hoover. list, as was asked. Mrs. Perry r
,. for the first time, no Jazz enthus- Well, space has vanished so and Mr. Graves refused to answer A
. iast need walk very far down the See you next week? Bye! various questions on
t streets before he or she would grounds that they ,iwere pertinentand
be able to find on a music box BEAUTICIANSGIVE violated their right of freedom -
something to satisfy their crav- speech. '
ing for jazz music. $5,000 TO Mrs. Perry was then subjectedto
BETHUNE bitter and scathing denunciation % iT
Perhaps more important is the
fact that the present by two members of the com- : +a
day Jazz
..' scene Is best illustrated by the CLEVELAND, Ohio The mittee. They cast aspersions upon
14th annual convention of the her character and integrity as fVia
roster of different combos
:which United Beauty School Owners well as the character and Integ-
appear, side by side / .
i Newport and Teachers Association and the rity of all the -witnesses. ,
Equally, It would be !
difficult
to ,
measure the Impact of the recent Alpha Chi Pi Omega Sororityand Father Gibson and Mrs. Albury, iE
Miles Davis and Max Roach fraternity was the most suc- who were subsequently called,
I cessful in its history, according to
quintets on the most promising of refused to testify before the com
today's new musicians. There ,are the 1,278 delegates from 44 mittee. The pair asserted that the
. states who in attendance.
were
' indications that the men-lwho- committee lacked jurisdiction to
blow and the men-who-write\ will Over $5,000 was turned over require anyone to testify, after
cne day be forced into a decisive to'the Mary McLeod Bethune having shown its bias and prejudice -
I contest, the outcome of which Memorial Foundation at Daytona by endorsing the outbursts
may !well chart the direction In Beach, Fla. Dr. Richard V. Moore, of two of its members.
which all jazz of tomorrow must the president of BethuneCockman Ccnterrt..t proceedings were , .
:, inevitably go. (Being caught up College, accepted the gift at then 'instituted in the Circuit E ,,
in Jazz events which /twill ibe con- a reception in his honor. This Court of Dade County, and the
sidered exceptionally rare in later makes a total of $60,000, which court upeld the committee.
years, which will soon reshapethe the tjwo combined organizationshave NAACP attorneys then carriedan
world of music and at present contributed over a ten year appeal to the Supreme Courtof ,
is given ibut limned atten- period: to the Foundation of which Florida and this court upheldthe } .a .
tion by some Americans, :will the school is the main beneficiary. committee's actions on all essential SS S
have some saying in puzzlement: The convention voted unan- points of difference .
"Wo.v I never thought it (would imously to hold its 1960 convention While the Florida Supreme: ;
go' this long." on the campus of Betbune. Court did not require physical r
Now take Miles Davis ,(a small The organizations were founded delivery cf the membership list,
deceptively fragile-looking man, In Washington in 1945 by Mrs. it held that the custodian of the
resembling a choirboy who has Marjorie Stewart Jyoner of Chi- list be required to bring It to
been reading Vladimir Nabokov) cago with Mrs. Bethune as one the hearings and refer to it in ,
with a voice-that's hoarser than of the sponsors. anacring questions about various In Fine

that of Louis Armstrong, punct- -' .. '.,,- -Jo ,, ... '. WhiskeyFLEISCHMANN'. . .
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the Officers Homestead special Gco guests win police at and departmentwere WSDB Wright!. this of i:


past Sunday. They both spoke 137 N. Miami; ; Ave. FR 1-2534
briefly en the "Ilmll rovemen't of
'til 9
and //Won.
our Community. Let's work with Opjen fri. p.m.

the officers because they have.
big things planned .
Jesse Robinson is to house the
35 or 40 Negro baseball players
cif the St. Louis Cardinals if they
should decide to train in our fair SPRING
city during the months of March i
and April of next yea?. If the
Cardinals train here, there shouldbe
an increase in cur social and
business affairs. Lot's Just hope
that they will.
.

Plans are in the makiflj: for
the construction of six new base-
ball fields. These will be for the
farm teams to do their training.We .

will son have a swimming
pool at our beautiful ball park
Mattress
Inners ring Matching
along with the basketball' court or

and baseball diamond.By SALE !

the 'Way you could dig up Box Spring NO MONEY DOWN
a good name, for our ball park;
send in your suggestions to Eddie
Smith, WSDB, Homestead. The
winner will be announced later, 34.95 Value
and a gift will (be given away.

Twin Full Size
there or
On will be a }
May '
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field day at the park. All sorts of ZSN

sports will be ,played and "be Covered with imported shantung bark-cloth
sure to see the old-timers" base-

ball game. ticking that will give you years .of service ;;, : < ;::

Two hundred thirty-eight Ventilators for fresh air circulation, no odocs. . ? :>; ;,,
people turned out at the A. L. q
Lewis School Thursday night for Pre built borders, no sagging, heavy gauge
EddL 's anniversary. Everyone
seemed: to have had a swell time. steel coils for firmness.50c N
Mrs. Rosa Brawn will be leaving r I
soon for Lake Wales for the
beauticians convention on May Weekly
17-21.

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Anniversary Celebrate 23rd 1


The Friendship Garden and Save
Civic Club would be most happyto 15.00
have all of their friends spend
the hours from 4 to 6 with them EACH on each
Sunday afternoon, May 17 to
help celebrate its 23rd anniversary -

.. Hotel.panorama The members at the will Sir:depict John YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD AT .BAKER'S TAKE MONTHS TO PAY!'

scenes of their work and projects
from its organization March 15,
1936 at the St. A nes Parish Hall, 39.95 Value
Fr. John E. Culmer, Vicar.
Almcng the scenes unfolded .
Mr. &
Mrs.
will be honor given the first 15 '
charter members and the three AUTOMATIC
women of Trinity Methodist DoubleDresser
Church who worked so faithfullywith
the club for several'years. BUDGET_
Clean up drives,vacation Bible -
Schools which were held in the
Dade County ,Public schools IRON Ready to Paint! k'
throughout the ,county with an "'' MODa13/ Smoothly sanded unpainted '
enrollment of three to four thou- _ '_ dresser with

sand children the building of the Fully automatic 9 roomy drawers. : ;. _
library which was the first own- 30 Sleekly modern In ,
Large t
ed by the city, story hours for all square 95 styling 15" deep, 36" .
children, flower shoiws, and many inch soleplate wide, 36" high You'll
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others. Fast dependableheat
over half on this I I'lave ; '
The whole program is so con- terrific valuel 'A
densed the time 'will only take $10.95
about 45 minutes. We are expecting O Comfortable easy'' Value
you. grip handle :
1988
Mrs. A. M. Coleman Is president '"
while Mrs. 1, C. Mlckins: is :
chairman of program committeeand YOU DEAL DIRECT WITHBAKER'S'
Mrs. Mallie Hunter Ross is
SOc Weekly
narrator. No Finance Company .

Involved "
One Great NightIt No Money DownRe

happened at Mt. Sinai Bap- Reg. 7.95 Tables ..:' ;'' ?:. 16.95 Value r- L
tist Church on Wednesday night,
May 13 when the Mt. Sinai Choir Priced so low you'll want 595 r+t' Metal Utility i :
No. 1 observed its,, 33rd anniver- several Limed Oak or ',
sary and Founder's Recognition
program. The committee, headed' Walnut plastic top step ,
CABINETS/'
by ,Mrs. ,A. L. Bleckshead, prevented and cocktail styles. ,

a fine.musical program r ; Your choice of single
testimonial.It _
and
.- .. door linen closet 62"x1S"x12"
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: is here from the bottom of '
or single door
my heart to the choir at large, 4 broom closet 62"x18"
and all participants, I say thanks. x12". Gleaming white
r?
E. G. LucidoAnnual
t\4 enamel finish, chrome
hardware, h e a V y. )
Festival t steel I .
I i' r gauge construe
t tlon.
0St.. Augustine! Catholic Church
will sponsor its Annual Spring
Festival on the school ground, -077 GA
3601* SW Douglas Road. There
will be entertainment for children -
and adults. Booths will be ::7
4 se't'up on:the ground to sell costume .
jewelry beautiful Cinder .
ella dolls and many other' (wonderful I 50c Weekly

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0NE ".V. .... ".AYA. ,. Philos MeetThe
r regular meeting I of the
5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 6thSt.! j Broward Philos, affiliates of Sigma Gam-
County ma Rho Sorority wa s held on
Wednesday, May 13 at the homeof
NOW PLAYING News I' Mrs. Marie Wareham, 6859
NW 17th ave.
< ,. s. i The Philos of Gamma Delta
..... }. ,x ", ,oyWaiter .i Rho Sorority Invdte you to attend -
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their third annual Scholar-
"LANA TURNER rs: M. Bowe : ship Project, an Oriental Sip,
.' ..............;...........................- May 17, from 4 to 6 pan, 1570
I JOHN GAVIN NW 57th ht., YMCA building
l : y The Broward County Beautic- Mrs. Marie Taylor, president
SANDRA DEE t- '.t .! ." ians will attend the Orange Blos-
i: scm, Association Convention In
I DANO'MSUSAN 0 'J{>':; ', .'. Lake Wales, Sunday, May 17-21 THANKS
) Delegates :from West Hollywoodare Mrs. Mearllne Saunders of 1956
KOHNER f J.\;. Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe and NW 5th place, Miami, wishes to
Mrs. Mildred James; and from thank the many friends of Key

ROBERtAIDA ,. . . ., Hallandale, Mrs. Fannie Wil- West for their get-well cards
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JUANITA MOORE f: ' "T. liams and Mrs. Verna Lee. telegrams and letters during her
< Friday, May 1, was a day recent 1l1ness'at Jackson Memo
MM JACKSON that the puils at the Bunche Star Light Lodge No. 542 will rial Hospital and again thanks to
j4. '1''tcu ..lie WQrW'.tfl EARL GRANT Park Elementary School will long hold its regular meeting at the all. May God bless each of you
remember the annual May Day Masonic Temple on Pembroke Mrs Mearline SaundersMrs.
ws rona.tUN Festival. The memories }dill ling Road at 8 ,,pert All members' are Rosa Cash, mother
er forever with two bright-eyed asked to be present. Key West
first grade youngsters\ Janet
rh'V4NE is. Louise King, daughter of Mr. I Ndw Macedonia Baptist Church, G. W. Carver PTA
and Mrs. E. K. King, 16031> NW 2201 SW 48th St., will close the Th"e PTA had
'a very success-
17th court, and Chester McDan-
church and pastor's anniversary
ful Carnival Saturday, 9
May on
.. iels Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon 'at 3 o'clock Coconut Grove Park.
Chester McDaniels of 15930 26thave. with Rev. Wilson and congregation The newly elected officers for
These pupils were elected by of Brownsville In charge.
lost the following school year are:
a popular votes and won by land-
a Dinner will be served after the
slide. Roy Bentley, president; Eugene
morning service Brown, vice president Mrs. V.
child who Janet, a very gfted and talented -
youngster, shows special Interest Also the church Is engalged Ina Pogue, secretary; Mrs. V. Lindsey,
became' In modern and folk danc- baby contest for the fourth assistant secretary; Mrs. Esther
irtj, singing and reading. Sunday Sherion Phillips is the Ambrister, financial secretary;
W. Stirrup, treasurer The advis-
She holds mambership in the baby. Mrs. Clara Milton is
spon- ,
savage queen ory board, Mrs. Hattie Jackson, A.
Junior Scott A.
Junior Librarian from her class. the Gardiner.
of black Missionary Department Rev.
a William
Stirrup elected
She ,possesses a most striking N. H !iwas
PhlllKps( pastor; Mrs. A. O.
delegate to the National PTA
personality is loved and
and admired
Henderson, repOTter.Expression .
jungle ; by all the pupils at Bunche tneetinig.!
Park Elementary which atteststo
her being selected as queenof of Thanks Musical TeaThe

the May Day Festival ,J wish to thank the St, Monica's Guild of Coconut -
W" h R g1 Tennyson expressed) Janet's many Grove and Richmond Ills,
friends for
cards, donations and
emotional fellings recently sponsored its annual
flowers during my recent illness
1 Special thanks goes to Liberty Musical Tea at the lovely home
1in I Lodge No. 1052: Liberty Temple of Mrs. Dolores Bankston, 14000
CAPITOLTHEATRE 724. Recovering at home, 2405 NW Buchanan St., Richmond Heights.
159th St, Opa Locka The tea was varied and entertaining -
Miss Frances Turner Members ,of the guild wishto
express sincere thanks and appreciation -
SATURDAY MIDNITESun. to all participants and
EASTMAN COLOR ., Mon., Tuer, Wed. "You must wake and call me visitors.
May 17 18. 19-20 early mother dear, Tomorrowwill ffl
Randolph Scott In be the happiest, time of all
r starring "West Bound""Up the glad new year; For I'm to be
Queen of the May, mother, I'm
M Marion Michaels
Periscope"with to be Queen of May"
1
3 A Mrs. Sylvia Lambert is principal -
reol 5.x Kitt.n"/
of Bunche Park and both
6 la BRlGITre BAUDOT James 'Maverick' Garner pupils are in Miss Althmena CAN I FIND A
Coachman's first grade class.

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hood as portrayed by women of .

\ ... ,-, Women's Day in the Bible. Each woman presentwas
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"'1-" Retrospect ,at ,St.. left with criteria for evalu-
t ating her life in the light of the
John Baptist: Church I Biblical characters discussed.
Another highlight of the day
_1I1f.J--' was the melodious and soul stirring -
music furnished by the

/ choirs, under the, capable direction -
Cttrd of Mrs. Pauline Dunn, min-

to ister of, music. .
me Looking back: then, we see
Women's Day at St. John this
t- \ year as having been a most enjoyable -
n informative and spirit-

- .. filled day guided by the able
WOMEN'S DAY AT leadership of Miss Angeline Stew-
art, general chairman. This quiet,
I THE MAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" NEW BETHELS unassuming young woman work-

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1959 -ri'IV-..: ,'', .. .....- .-. fine ed diligently program to was see presented.that a very

,. The Women's Home Missionary

Society, Mrs. Mattie Carey, pres-
MT. TABOR BAPTIST ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU ident, worked untiringly toward

Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter ................................ 5:30: p.m this fine effort. The contributing
NOTE: Visitors are always wel Evening Worsuip ..."....... 7:30: p.m S s F e e x members and friends favored this
Visitors always welcome day not only with their presence,

come. Order of Service :Sunday: School........... 9:30 am but also with, their finance. Therewere

Sunday School....................... 9:3G Morning Worship ........ 11:00 ajn '( mere people present that
323 N.W. 14th St. , night and the financial attain-
Morning worship 11:00 ''t.W.'UF '->.JiIIIfir.""' [ "- - --

BTU ........................................ 5:30 Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor MRS. DOROTHY NEWTON ment was higher than it !had ever
Bvenlng worship .................... 7:30 Sunday Services F 'd -. Delivered MessageWe been at in St.the John.ANTIOCH history. oil( Women'sDay

CORINTH BAPTIST TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince S share with you at this time

H. Mobley, pastorSis. some of the highlights of the BAPTIST
1450 N.W. 59th St.
C. McKinney, reporter Women's Day program held at
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor Rev. 0. W. Foster, pastor
St. John Institutional Baptist A. L. Johnson, reporter
Phone NE 5-1518 .
"Nathan And David"Was/ the
Church, Sunday, April 26. At the
Services every Sunday subject of the lesson on Mother's I worship Rev. T. R. Mother's Day was well observed -
morning
,
Sunday School........... 9:30 a.m. and devotional 5a
Day. The memory verse on Sunday. Tribute was paidto
Morning Service ............ 11 a.m. reading was found in I Johnson, pastor preached, a Comments very- Mother Smith of Shiloh: ; and
thought-provoking, sermon.
Evening Service ........ 7:30: p.m.
:
51:1-17.
Jeremiah 23:28 and Psalm : on the sermon were given Mother Black of Antioch. Pastor

BETHEL BAPTIST The lesson was most interesting.. I by the general chairman Miss Griffin delivered both sermons ...
Angellne E. Stewart. Antioch will observe its 7th
Richmond Heights Prince J. .Roberts was the host Annual Wcman's Day this Sun-
Rev. L. R. Ross, PastorS pastor for the union meeting in native Miamian, Mrs. Vir- During the evening worship, day. The public is invited to
Mrs. R. Newton English
Dorothy ,
Nannette Greer, reporter Perrine on last Sunday evening.Sis. ginia Franklin, representive from Senior come out and enjoy this great
Northwestern
G. Williams was the conductor Mt. Zion Baptist Church, will be teacher. at day The theme will be "Women's
Inspirational was the keynote of the service and the mes- guest speaker at our annual High School delivered a very Place in This Gospel Age."
of our services beginning with sage was delivered by Elder N. Women's Day program. Mrs. stirring Women's Day Message.Mrs. Pastor Foster will be our guest
Sunday School. Theme: "Nathan Sconiers, pastor of the Palm Franklin has chosen as her sub- Newton held the audience speaker If you miss this you :will
and David." 'Thelesson 'Was reviewed Beach church. His subject /was ject for morning worship at 11 spellbound as she focused atten- miss a treat. Worship with us
by the pastor. "How Long?" Psalm 13. The mes- ajm. "What Kind of Mind Should tion on the many traits of woman- this Sunday.RUPTURED.
The worship service was quite sage was most interesting. The Christian Woman Have?"
inspiring as well as intellectualand Sister Geraldine Burnes will
:full of the truth. For morn- "Honor Your Parents," Deu- deliver the message Sunday nightat ?
ing the pastor delivered an out- teronomy 5:16-21: and Colossians 7:30: pjm. The entire public is
standing sermon. The netire 3:20-21: was the subject of the invited to come and worship with
church body seemed in very high YPE Band lesson. There was/ a You can be FREE from TRUSS SLAVERY. New Non.Surgical,

Spirits. After the service a most very nice 'program rendered by us.The male chorus of delicious Mother's Day dinner the youth. Baptist Church of Opa Locka,
wasserved /that was really en- I The women were in charge of will render a soul stirring service
loved bv all.' It nvas" snonsored bv the evening; service.- Mother- V. Friday, May 15 at 8.30: pan No Piles Rectal Diseases DR. LONG'S CLINIC
the Mission and Matron Society. Mobley conducted the service: and admission price. Come out and A General Health Service
The oldest mother was honored Sis., A. Smith opened the testimony enjoy an evening of spirituals. Reducing '' 21 S.W. 13th Ave. 1'H 32748
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with a beautiful 'orchid. Other meeting. The messages were Pies and dinners will be on I ...
mothers with personal gifts. delivered by Mother L. Marshall, sale at the home of Daisy Fer-
To all members' and friends Sis. R. Edwards and Sis. O. Cald- guscn, 2105 NW 68th Terr., Sat-
please make a note of the series well. All the saying 'was most urday, starting at 1 o'clock pm. I
of services leading to our anni- timely and to the point. On Sunday May 10, the Sun-
versary beginning next Sunday, day School presented corsages to I
May 17 ,at 3:30: with the Rev. GREATER NEW BETHEL the two mothers attending Sunday I Get out of the rut! Come' and see
McKiver of St. Mark,, Miami; School most They were Sis.'
Monday, Rev. W. H. Faison of Rev. W. K. Smith pastor Mae Rogers and Sis. Burnes. The
Morning Star, Princeton; Tues- Mrs. R. Conley, clerkA church presented corsages at 11 Bishop Hunter

day, Rev. E. P. Brown of Mt. message' that portrayed honor o'clock service to the oldest and
Olive, South Miami; Wednesday and appreciation for motherswas the youngest mother present. They
Rev. A. C. McQueen, St. Paul, delivered by the pastor as he were Barbara Forbes, the youngest -
Homestead; Thursday, Rev, P. W. spoke from the subject, "Mother's and Sis. Woodside, the oldest. WHO IS WELL
Williams, St. LuIteMiamii; Friday Seat. He stated that it is the We are extending an ou>en invitation KNOWN ASPROF.
Rev. A. L. Shlpp, New Mt. Mo- mother's influence which builfls to the public to come out

riah.Climaxing undefiled character within an individual and worship with us during our HUNTER
the anniversary, and he warned listening Annual Women's Day program.CONGREGATIONAL. .
Sunday, May 24 at 3 pan. the mothers of the destructive 'l'esultsof '
Rev. W. F. Tanner Sr., of St. an unconcerned and neglected For the past 33 years ,
Mary, Coral .Gables. All are wonderful mother. .
: speakers, do not fail to Rev. Charles Wilks, pastor sick and
hear them. Rev. McClary delivered the A. E. McNeal reporter If you are

Please visit Miss Janette Gay evening message on the subject, Last week National worried or in trouble
was Family
'who is very ill in Jackson Memorial "Something Happened at The Week. Our this is the place to
Jordan." His message certified pastor gave tu a very
Hospital. that when one truly accepts the inspiring message on; 'Iflbe come. Don't stay in the 11 v qf
4
Christian Home. Mrs.
precepts of Christ and follow Marie rut. Push back the veil 4
Women's Day at therein, an unmistakable kind or Faulkner Brown was given an ,,
evidence will bare witness to the orchid honoring her as the first of the lack of under ::1 y.

Christ ChurchThe truth as did at the baptism of mother of the Fellowship.The ( standing and bad luck R
first Sunday in May marked -
Episcopal( Church Womenof Christ on the Jordan. the first nnnNrateai. .. 'u of rviFellowship .r that seem to hold you
Christ Episcopal Church will Interesting church socials to be nd. ,r ill
observed at Greater Nqw Bethelare 11 new memberswere I in your track and advance
observe their second Women's Dayon given the right hand of fel
May 24.Services. two musical programs, plan- I forward by the >
lowship. This coming Sunday our
ned for Sunday, May 17 at 3
for the daywlllbefcin p.m. church historian, Mrs. Debris help of God r
and Tuesday night, May 19, at 8
with Choral Eucharist and Com-
Austin will
Turner give some interesting -
muhion at 7:30 a.m. Guest speaker pjm. Choir No. 1 will be in charge : (highlights about our Your home and every day life can be made happy.He .

at this service will be our No.Sunday 1 will evening be in and charge Usher Board church, and will have our scrap will show you to bypass your enemies and get the

leader and member, Mrs. Kate S. night. Friends and ,visitors Tuesday are book on exhibit. things that God put in the world for you. Let the
Dean. Mrs. Dean now serves as welcome. We are looking forward and peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the
dean of girls at George,W. Carver masking plan for the coining of
power that is in you will be awaken and you will be
High School.
follow-
Immeditely our pastor, Dr. and Mrs. HenryC.
ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. in a higher state of mind and spirit.
ing this service breakfast will be McDowell in June. Rev. Rajph,
served in the Parish Hall 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. our state supervisor and the officers -
Listen Radio Station
to WMIE at 1140
Climaxing the Women's on your
Day Phone FR 9-1424 of the church closed a deal
will be an afternoon program at MASSES for our church parsonage.We dial every Sunday at 6t4S a.m. You are invited

5 (p.m. Guest speaker ,for this occasion Daily .......................,.......... 8 a.m are inviting> all our friendsto to listen to the Radio Ministry of Bishop Hunter of
will be Mrs. Harry Moss, Sunday....... 7 a.m. ie 8:30: ajn ,worship with us Sunday at the Spiritual Temple of Zion Church located at 5417
director of the Miami Deanery our 11 o'clock service In the Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. Donation will
Episcopal Church Women. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN SeventhDay Adventist school be accepted for the continuation of this broadcast.
The public is Invit-
cordially
auditorium' corner NW 50th st
Rev. James E. Culmer pastor
ed to attend these
Maggie Cash is general services.chairman Mrs. Eddie Edwards, clerk and 25th ave. .- Prof. Hunter's office is open daily from 10 a.m.

of the Women's Day Sunday School............... 9:30 aon to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and con
observance. Morning worship .... ........ lltOC BETHEL A M. E. sultation. Closed,all 'day Wednesday. Prof, is licensed

TRINITY WESLEYANRev. Westminster Fellowship .... 6 p.m Hialeah by the State and County as a Reader.


George E. Johnson, pastorMrs..ZPhyllis BETHANY BAPTIST You are cordially invited to One mile east of 7th Ave. on Highway 441 Old
Andrews attend- fashion show and tea at
reporter a
Sunday.School ..................... 9 tun. 3078 N.W. 46th St. Pharr.Out, 472 NW 31st ave. May Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remember
Morning worship ....,.....-........ 11:0C Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor 24, 4 to 6 pjn. Sponsored by the the address, 5417 S.W.17th St., West Hollywood,
Sunday School .._....... 9:30 am
Young People's Meeting 5 Bethel AME Flonda.
p.m Morning Service ............ 11 am. Missionaries
BTU .............._..-......-... 8:30 pjn Church- of Hlaleah. Rev. Ira Mc-
Evening Service ............ 7:30: pjn Call is pastor and Sister Artie
Join The NAACP Prayer Service Thun. 7:30 p-m Carter, president.

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MT. ZION A. M. E. ST. MATTHEW AMEZ TEMPLE BAPTISTThose THE MIAMI TlMES-t'The People1 ,Newspa] ..

. 22nd Ave. Comer 152nd St 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. honored on Mother's I SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1959 PA< t j+

Opa Locka Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor Day were: Mrs, Susan Hepburn,

Rev. C. J, Jenkins, pastor Sunday School.............. 9:45: un the oldest mother; Mrs. D. Smith,

Sunday School ..............., "::30 a.m. Morning Worship ............ 11 am the youngest; Mrs. Jane Herout, ST. JAMES A.M.E.Rev. was one of the best annual con-
Morning worship ............ 11 ajn Evening worship ............ 7:30: pjn. Mrs. Theresa Cohen and the ferences from attendance and reports \I'''

League ................................ :5 pm president of the Faithful Few H. McNeal Harris, pastor that he has been In this \
Evening worship ................ 7 pan. ST. MARY'S W. M. Club for having the largest number Mrs. Grace Teamer, reporterThe year. He paid a compliment to
; of children and grandchildren the pastor and members present
ANTIOCH BAPTIST !iRev. E. A. Culxner, past9r present. The women's chorus was second quarterly confer- and gave his blessings that we

Mrs. S, Dawkins, reporter very good. ence was held on Friday evening, will continue to support the pro-

Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor Sunday School began at its May 10 at 8 o'clock pm. with gram of the pastor and the
Minnie T Copeland, reporter The new robes ot the No.1 Presiding Elder Fred E. Allen officiating church.
usual hour (with the superintendent choir will be dedicated at the 11 Dean was
Sadie
Sunday School was opened at Miss Marva Trotman in aim service Sunday. Mrs. for the confer-
the 'usual hour ''by !the assistant charge. Classes took their respective Sunday at 3:30: pan the Train- selected Cleveland secretary Jackson and

superintendent. We had a large places with their teachers. ing Union will present a program Theodore ence. Mackey as marshals for ASTHMATICSWant
Sunday being Mother's Day the contest betweentwo
attendance. terminating
the evening and Grace Teamer as
'We gave corsages to six of our Mrs. M Culmer lectured to the of its faithful workers. The reporter. The business of the evening simple effective relief

mothers at the 11 o'clock ser- Sunday School on mothers, which public is invited. got underway with the pas- from choking, racking. broil.

vices. was inspiring to everyone., tor Rev. H. McNeal Harris call- hial asthma spasm? G.t genuIne
Beginning Monday night, services -
Our pastor delivered the morn- Breatheaay see what yon
roll All organizations
The morning devotion was led I will be held in celebrationof ing the
ing message with much power Mrs. (boardsand clubs) were accounted have been missing.. There's no
by S. Farrington, opening the 27th anniversary of the Breath
"See Your Mother. La- substitute for original
Theme, for either with written or
hymn, responsive reading, prayer, church and pastor. Rev. J. A.
set
nebulizing
inhalant and
4:3. The music for the
of easy
mentation :
i verbal reports. All the officers
Mrs. Alvilda Sands; selection, Poitier and congregation will Guar
furnished No. 1 Get comfort by breathing.
foundto
by
service was these organizations were
choir No.2; scripture reading, serve on Monday night; Rev. N.
choir with No. 1 ushers in charge.A' be in good standing. The Presiding anteed.J .
Mrs. Mildred Rolle; hymn of F. Clark and St. Matthew's on A J DRUG DKTT. STORE
this
3 pan the Juniors !broughtus Mother's Day, Mrs. S. Farrington; Tuesday; Rev. J. L. Johnson and Elder expressed that

a wonderful program. short talk, Mrs. Aleta Dean; solo, St. James on Wednesday. The " , ' i
'BTU with the director in Mrs. M. Gibson. All mothers were celebration closes with the Rev.E. .

charge was at 5:30: pjm. specially honored; introduction of A. Culmer and st. Mary's in
The evening prayer servicewas speaker, Mrs. S. Farrington; charge on Tuesday, May 26. The PIANO SICK ?

conducted! by Deacon Phillip Weaker, Mrs. Rosa Robert She public is invited. p

and Ross. The evening sermon by( was at her best; collection, Mrs.
Leon Orange, "True Worship," Irene Pinder and Mrs. Alma Fin- MT. ZION BAPTISTPublic SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. |

text St. John 4:23. ley; introduction of visitors, Mrs.S. Relations' Officer A i

We invite you to come worship Dawkins, announcements, remarks Luvenla Knox FOR PROFESSIONAL 'PIANO

with us at anytime. by the pastor. AND ORGAN SERVICES N

I At. 7.30: pjm. devotion was led Mother's Day was a beautifulsunny |

FIRST UNITARIAN by Mrs. Lucille Milton Opening day and much was to be 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
hymn, scripture reading, Mrs. said for the children who accompanied II SERVICEMU i
Special recognition will be given Caroline Bain, orator for Mother's the mothers to the Houseof 8.3770OPPORTUNITY

to Church School teachers and Day, Mrs. Margaret Taylor; Instrumental God in groups. Same represented -
workers at the 11 am. service on solo, Mrs. G. McFord; as much as four generations.
Sunday, May 17 at the First Uni- special for the pastor and his fam- We are happy that special days " " 'L" 33TC

tarian Church, Dixie Highway at ily; musical reading, Mrs. Flor- are set aside for certain celebra-
SW 29th road. Rev. Glenn O. ence Farrington. Mrs. Muriel I tions because they bring out a .

Canfield will seak on the sub- Weir honored her mother, Mrs. sincerity and a conscientiousnessthat AWAITS YOU
ject, "Unconscious Motivation." Lula Ingraham with a beautiful could never before be recog \

That evening at 8:15: the Jef- bouquet of flowers; introductionof nized.!
ferson Club will discuss "Herter visitors, Mrs. Lucille Milton The morning service gave the SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

and the Berlin Crisis," when they The oldest mother honored. She t type of spiritual gift that one PSYCHIC READER

meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. was Mrs. Mary Armbrlster being needs to carry him through six

Robert Hamburg, 426 Am a If i honored by Mrs. Bertha Adderly days of strentous Living In the .

Ave., Coral Gables. with a beautiful bouquet of flow afternoon a tea, sponsored by
On Friday, May 22 a smorgasbord ers. .. choir number two, was held at
Pharr Out. This affair: was given
supper will be served at 7 The mothers were honored by
mainly a tribute to the many,
as
pan followed by the annual
Mrs. Bertha Adderley with corsages -
meeting of the congregation at8l5 many mothers who Have givenall
by Mrs. M. Gibson We also
of
in terms
that they possess
p.m. at the church building
had the
as our special guests
the 1
love and sacrifice In name 1)
Southland Singers. their children.A .
Mrs. V. Higgs and Mrs. McFord
MT. HERMON A. M. E.
were organist for the day. No. 1 very excellent program

Rev. Samuel Gay, pastor choir and No. 2 ushers served. gram was presented for the enjoyment -
Ona. Locks of the large crowd and

Publicity Committee Church of Transfiguration presentations were made to the
oldest and youngest mothers
PAYS OFF MORTGAGEThe (Episcopal) present by Mrs. Ethel Graham, ty

2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. wife of the ,pastor.
pastor and members of Mt. Ven. John E. Culmer It was back to church in the
Hermon were made very glad fora priest in charge
evening to enjoy a very fine ser-
number of reasons on last Sun- Stanley Sweeting, reporter vice at /which time Mrs. Mallie Let my year of Experience guide and protect you through

day. Those who< worshipped here Services every Sunday Ross spoke in her usual good Life a* a Lighthouse guide the ship in a storm

heard messages that made their Morning worship' .................... 9.30: manner. Mt. Zion is proud of Mrs.
hearts !burn. Four members !were Sunday School..................... 10:30: Ross, not only because she rep- WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE MB
added to the church. One, a con- resents an ideal mother but the For Success in Business And Love
vert confessing Christ. The interracial gathering on essences of finer womanhood as
The: program honoring another Mother's Day that met in the well. CONSULT HER -.

was indeed very touching. The beautiful garden of the Harry Come to church on Sunday and have home made happy
You now your
oldest mother Mrs. E. Pierce 85 0 can
,
Nabbies, Opa Locka, was the effort wanted
years young; the mother with the of the Division of Worn n of join an auxiliary. 0 Get and Hold the position you so long

most children, Mrs. K. Scott, 13; tne Episcopal Church of Th Ml. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
the youngest -mother, Mrs. forma Transfiguration. Praises galore 0 By the help of God she can help you

Jean Henderson. were heaped upon those responsible E. M. Thomas, pastor worried In
sick or
for the success of the Ingathering Phyllis Myers, reporter Remove evil influence, if you are \
Mrs. Gay, wife of the pastor, trouble
was also honored as being one of Tea. Distinguished per- "Blessed are, the undefiled in First
of Greater Miami, and this Gifted Medium
the fine mothers of the day hav- sonages demnomi-representing the way, who walk in the law of It will pay you to call ee
church
ing six children. There was also various the Lord." Where thousand come yearly for help and advice, you too can
to witness .
nations, were present
enough finance realized to pay off and enjoy an afternoon of distinct -' We began our service with the be touched by this strange, mysterious power
the mortgage on the church.
Sunday School which started at
Over $600 was raised bringing pleasure. Mrs. Dorothy Sanrford and the usual hour with the assistant WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

a total of $2,600 in less than a librarian, able of newspaper Dunbar woman elementary superintendent In change. The tame God who delivered Mote and the children of Israel

month. lesson was reviewed by Rev. and will open a way for you throughthe
alive today
speaker. till
school, was principal of old I*
We the members of the Biggest
Henderson, a visiting minister. U blind lead you or
Mrs. Sanford, a member of troubled tea of life. Let not him that
Little Church In Town are very The devotional service was
proud of the leadership: of our Church of Incarnation, brought conducted by Deacon Smith. Then you stumble with him.
informative and invigoratingmessage cannot He
an of thing because yon :
pastor. the music was furnished by the Do you doubt the existence
Mrs.
Sunday, June 17 is set aside for to the gathering. choir who wonder-
junior sang ?'
Valdez M. Murray sang "Mother, them
oaptism. Don't fall to visit our Then Rev P. B. Bell invisible wave and sounds that
fully. avisiting think of the
chance Machrea" and "Because" to the What do yon
church 'when have a ,
you
also we must not forget those delight of all. Other vocal and instrumental minister from Tampa, make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible y yA
contributions came preached the morning message He ,concealed, aecret,' spent in the
who are sick. subject, "Mother Talking to The seed before It sprouts, *
Class meeting will be held at from Baldwin Hum, Miss womb of Natur THERE 18 AN "UNSEEN
Heaven.
Angel From dark earth or
the church each Tuesday night. Phyllis Ferguson and George
At 3:00 p-m. the No. 1 and 2 POWER"
Baptiste.Mrs. .
Bertha Johnson is presi- Deaconesses sponsored the Mothers "'alb
Therefore acquaint yourself
,
Day which was
program
ZEAK AND SON dent of the women group. She wonderfully carried out. with the one who 1s an .
offered the invocation and urged
.,, ,
Sunday night the devotional authority. Whose private
membership Into the church. Mrs.
Body Building Gyni Jane D. Lewis introduced the service was conducted by the consultation will evolve you ; IY ;

Phone M U 1-3667 speaker, and Mrs. Pauline S. Willis Junior Stephens.Deacons The music Nicholas was and furnished to a higher state of mind. ,
served as mistress of ceremonies. I
1895 N.W. 152nd St., Opa Locka A beautiful orchid was presented i by the male chorus. Then All Information i,
and delivered
Rev. Stephens came -
contest, weightlifting Mrs. Sanford from the
Body building
the found St. Confidential
night's message Strictly
Beach
and Miss Virginia group with Mrs. Ruth Singleton
1959 sponsored by making the presentation. John 123, s
contest for
Visitors are always welcome to Office Hour 0 a.m.pm..
Zak and Bon Body Building Hot coffee, ice-cold punch anda
served come and worship with us at any 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Gym, July 4th. variety of cake were time. Sunday .

There will be trophies for all with Rogers Mesdames and Colleen Vera Pinder Nabbie serving -, Don't Write-Call in Person I .

first prize winners. Trophies and
as hostesses. READING f 1.00 UP
donated DAILY
other awards for runner ups welcome to SQUARE
merchant of Visitors are always HARLEM

the community.by various worship with us. SWEET SHOPA 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE, .

Boy., for point In body build
PULL LINE OF GROCERIES MADAM HUNTER
Ing contest see Zeak. To all eonteetanto -

see Zeak. To secure your NAACP BREAKFASTScott COLD CUTS COSMETICS
number for the contest, and also Auditorium 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami
Instruction Not later than June Homes 80S N.W. 10th Street

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THE:: MIAMI .TIMES-c rhe Peoples Newspaper "Lord; Flea" Dies bleau Hotel as well as a number
clubs and
of bther leading night
I In Jackson hotels in Miami and Miami Beach.
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1959 DEATHS Hospital
Lord Flea was instrumental in
.
Gorman Bifield Thomas, popularly -
known as "Lord Flea," well popularizing "Donkey Bray,"
The Naughty Lil Flea," ;"Jurny
MEMORIALS known leader of a on<:popular/
I
CARDS Richardson . calypso band, ..died Wednesday In The*' Line (Rock Your Bcdy on.
morning at Jackson Memorial Time) and other calypso _songs.A

Gilmore. George Gandy, 1790 Hospital l, !ollO', ing an extended native of Jamaica Lord Flea
v NW 59th 'st., died at. home May illness. Lord Flea /was the leader came to/'Miami a little more" than
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn 5. Funeral services were con- of the. calypso !band whioh was five years ago, and almost im-
loving memory' of our dear ducted from the chapel on May known as Lord Flea and (His mediately Jumpedinto popularity -
sad but loving memory of father, 11 with -Rev. S. A. Cousin officiating. Calypsonians and which was rated wiTh his band. Several of the
our dear husband and father,. GEORGE A. ROMER ; Entombment was held in as the top attraction elf its members of his band were well
JOSH MoOULLOUGH iwho departed this life May 18, Lincoln Memorial Park. Mr Gan- kind in southeast Florida, just known Miamians.
who departed this life May 14, 1954. dy is survived !by his wife, Mrs. two or three seasons ago. Lord,. Lord Flea is survived by a wife
1947 Gone, but not forgotten.The Clem Gandy, his niece, Mrs. D. Flea's band appeared and enter and other relatives. The body
Gone, but not forgotten. Sadly Family D. Chapman. tained _'at such places as the was still at the ,hospital up to late.
missed 'byjMaude Eden Roc Hotel, the Fontaine- I Wednesday afternoon.
McCulloulgh, wifeJ. MEMORIAMIn I Stillborn infant Mobley, daughter -
IN
C. McCullough, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Motley -
Mary Bowles, daughter loving memory 'of our dear 325 NW llth st., apt. 6, was .
mother, laid ts rest on Wednesday.

IN MEMORIAMIn Little Reginald- Bruce: Kent, DUPLEX FOR SALE .

p son of Mrs. Carrie Lee Kent,
loving memory of our dear .r ISw 16641 NW 19th ave., died at .
2510 N.W. 68th Street
mother. hOme on May 6. Burial was in .
INGRAHAMwho %
IRENE M. Evergreen Memorial Park. .
died May 14, 1955.
Gone, but not forgotten. 2 bedrooms, kitchenette, bath, living ,room .
The Ingraham Family
Manker . .
OPEN SUNDAY 3 to 5 P.M. .
CARD OF THANKSWe Nathaniel Strong of 1046% NW

58th terr., died May 8 in Jack- '
the family of the late, son Memorial Hospital The body Call PL 4.8523Apartments .
JOHN ADDERLEY was shipped, to Concord, N. C. "'-
wish to thank the many friendsfor for burial.
their beautiful floral sprays,
sympathy cards, telegrams, and Mrs. Lillian Wilson of 1421%
to those 'who gave us the use of NW 6th court died May 7 in
Rent
<1i For
their cars.Special .V M Jackscn Memorial Hospital. The

thanks to Fr. John body 'was shipped to Savannah.., .
Reese, the Allen Funeral Home, Ga. for burial
.
for their splendid service. ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTSIn

Again thanks to one and all. Samuel Lee Owne 'of 1830 NW
!Mrs. Lillian Adderley, wife 4th court died in his home May choice Liberty CitY' neighborhood

Key West, Fla. i 8 I. The body was shipped to Hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, refrigerator, stove,
.... '
.0-- HawMnsville, Ga. for final rites.
CARD OF THANKSThe ELLA B. KNOWLES hot and cold water. 1495 ,N.W. 67th St. $13 per week.

who died May 17, 1958. Baby Thomas daughter of .
daughter of the late, Precious memories, how they Mrs. Dorothy Thomas of 2370 NW Call PL ''1-1756
WALLACE SANDERSwho linger. 61st st., died May 13 in Jason
passed this life April 8, Idella Lowe, daughter Hospital DENNIS SMITH, Real Estate InvestorReward

wishes to express appreciation to Clifford Lowe, son-in-la.w
the many .friends and neighbors, Clarkee Lowe, grandson
both of Miami. and Tallahassee, Range . S
for their ,kindness and sympathy
CARD OF THANKSWe
during the death and burial of Mrs. Fannie Holts of 2270 West

her father. wish to thank our neigh- 4th ct., Hialeah, died in Mt. Sinai -
Ida Mae Simmons bors and friends for the wonderful Hospital'on May 7. Mrs. Holts $looo
manner In which they rallied will be remembered among the
CARD OF THANKSWe around us during our bereave- early settlers Oft Hialeah, having
ment in the passing of our wife been resident of that since
the family of the late, and mother, Elizabeth Hayes, who the early a ,1920's. She is area survivedby For information and apprehension and conviction of
DOROTHY MURRAY departed this life on May 2.
Charlie and Horace
'two
sons, ,
MCCARTHYwish We especially. wish to make a daughter, Mrs. Fannie Mae the person. or persons responsible for the burglarizing -
to express our gratitude to mention of the New Hope con-
our many friends acquaintan-- gregation and its pastor, Rev. and Williams great and grandchildren.a number of Funeral grand of the home of Dennis, Smith, 1295 NW 67th St.,
ces, and gratefully acknowledge Brown and the Range, :Funeral -
services were conducted at, New March 15 and 3 between the hours of 8 and
the kind expressions of sympathy Home May God Bless you one Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Hla on May
extended to us during our hour. and all. *
and burial in Lincoln
leah
was
9 ,
of bereavement. Clarence Hayes p.m. _
Memorial Cemetery on May 13.
Superlative thanks to Prince H. And Children
Mobley and members of Triumphthe ,
,month old Call PL 1-1756 FR.1-9485
Church and Kingdom of God Simon Burney or
In Christ. Special thanks also to CARD OF THANKS son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bur-

Mrs. Rita King for her assistanceto The family of the late ney of 2957 NW 45th st., died at
,the family I Variety Children's Hospital on
Alphis H. McCarthy, husband May 9. Funeral services were -.
And Family conducted at.the Church of
Christ of Liberty City ,on Thurs-
day with Bro. Martin officiating. MOVE IN NOW !
CARD OF THANKSThe
Burial was in Evergreen Memorial -

(, family of the 'late : !1 I Cemetery. $750 Down

4 4i 4t
Andrew Jackson Paul of 1153
.
' 'bi NW 5th ave., died in Dade County I
Hospital on May 10. He is sur- 2-bedroom CBS corner lot, newly painted in and out;
9
vived by his mother, Mrs. Emma Liberty City ,section. No closing costs, one EZ pay-:.

q conducted Range. Chapel May 16 services at 4 ,pjm.will Bur be ment, only $85 month. Open all day Saturday and'

ial will be in Lincoln Memorial Sunday ITRIO
Cemetery Rev. Samuel Gay !will

offclate, REAL ESTATE CO.

Mrs. Mable Clark 1398 NW
of
I 61st St., died at Christian' Hospital PL 9-8372 801 N.W. '54th St.

on May 11. She Is survivedby
I her husband,. Willie, a son end
a daughter' Chapel services will
be conducted on Friday, May 15 .
with Rev. E. Brown officiating

-.... -, -... -- Burial will be in Lincoln Memo-
rial Cemetery. '
NATHANIEL J. BARBER JAMES
takes this method of expressing
e James Dyson of 15920 NW 21st
nhl .
thanks and appreciation to the
ave., died in Jackson Hospital onMay
friends 5 & lOc STORE
many who were so kind .
12 Services
are incomplete.
1 < .
during its recent bereavement.

Thanks for your cards, letters, I 1200 N.W. 3rd Aye. Phone FR 3-9481
telegrams flowers and all
cars
"GiDORjGE passed, GrUHORE GANDY other kind of gestures of sympa- Your Vote is Neededto
who away on Tuesday,
thy. Again, thanks to' everyone the forces that seek .
May 5 wish to take this methodof fight SUMMERTIME!
for everything. May God bless
expressing our sincere thanks
to the -many friends for their you.The to .keep you a Second Class Child's Swimsuit ........ 1.00 Diaper Sets .................... 1.00
sympathetic understanding shown Barber Family. Citizen. Pedal Pusher and Boys' Swim Trunks, pr. 1.00

tp us during our recent bereavement - ,Blouse, set ................ 1.00 Boys' Shorts .................... .35
Many thanks to Rev. S A. . : : Register Today! Ladies'Blouse, ea. ....... 1.00 Cotton Panties, 5 for 1.00
Cousin,,pastor of Greater Bethel Women's Half Slip, ea. 1.00 Human HairPieces

AME! Church, to the Richardson HICKS'Photo 116 W. Flagler St. Ladles' Shorts, ea. .... 1.00 ............ ,75 and up
Mortuary and its staff for their Ladles' Panties, 3 for' 1.00 Saving Banks ........ 10 up
fine services and to the. Gamma StudioUltra Nylon, Hose, pre .......N..79 Plastic, Drapes, pr. ........ .89

Alpha Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda Fine Portrait Mirrors, bird feed, Zorl thong sandals/ what--noU, shelves,
sorority and Mr. and Mrs. For The Highest in
Theola Black for their considerate : zippers, thread, buttons, dress materials, house spray. spray
James B. .
IIlccs| Prop. COSMETICSCall '
expressions.May: guns.

God fever bless you, Studio: YUkon 3.5681"SANDS" .
Mrs. Clementine Gandy, wife
And,FaxriDt 2440 NW 60th St. Money orders. and Simplicity patterni sold every day Monday

: .Phone NE 3-3166 Also thru Friday ,7:45, a.m. to. 7:10 p.m.-Sat. till 9 p.m. .

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)1 THE MIAMI TIMES--"The People. Newap]


I SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1959 P




New York Woman Minister! to Speak ;, .1

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DAY CARE FOR CHILDREN fA- :'Mw

Reasonable rate. Fenced In ;. ". ,
yard. 1484 NW 60th st. Phone Patients atMagnolia tPefl
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Hospital
JOB OPPORTUNITIESThe I.
Greater Miami Urban Recuperating at Magnolia Hospital ':' ,
League announces Job opportuni- are the following patients: 5
tiesfor the following ',positions: Rubin' Stovall. of 3350 NW 49th :

,Life ,guard, Mason, Communi- St. 1'j
cations Technician, Clerk I, Clerk James Gray, 917 NW 3rd ave. Charles Lockhart, well known
Mrs. Louise Minus, 2061 Wil- In Miami for his work In the
Clerk Typist Clek .
Stenographer, Longshoreman ,, ..:"
SEINing Machine Operators.For mington st., Opa Locka. Labor Union, It
detail information Mrs Thelma White, 334 NW now associated with the public
regard- 22nd St. relations department,
apt. 105. of Bonded
ing the above Jobs contact H. .
Allen Wheatley Jr. ort the Urban Willie Hudson, 235 NW 21st st. Collection/ Agency. .I'

League, located at 395 NW First st.Ethel. Jacobs 2070 Wilmington Lockhart' duties, among other

St. or-call FR 1-6476. Annie Laura things, will be to develop closer
Dingle, 224 NW .
ten a n t agency relationship,
WANTED whereby tenants problems may

Hostesses, barmaids, waitresses, be discussed with him In an at.
Apply in person. Must be attrac- Help WantedFor tempt to bring about Improvedand

tive.Entertainers the best in Beach jobs see .more pleasant living conditions.

amateur and pro- Mrs. Mac. We. are placing; cooks, The Rev Drueclllar Fordham kins cl Poughkeqpsle N.Y. is
fessionals to enter our unique housekeepers, maids and child- pastor of Christ Temple Baptist I moderator, has served on the advisory -
contest. Large cash awards. Jim care women in year around positions I I Church, Ndw York City, will be, board of the Women's
Jam Club, 1900 NW 75th St. :-salaries to $JD.OO. I 21st st. guest speaker for, Women's Dayat Ministerial Conference of America
Ora'Mae
Hostesses, we are paying $2.00 Ave. Rivers, 2266 Alibaba Mt Olivette Baptist Church, Inc., and served for 22 yearsIn
FOR SALE transportation 'on any live-in girl Rev. I. C, Mlcklns, pastor on the choir of Walker Memorial
we place. Come early in a.m. and vice Theodore Road. Blackshear 2380 Ser- Sunday, May 17 Baptist Church, New York. She
bring clothef.ARELIABLE. The Rev. Fordham was born In has completed the required four-
50x150 DEERFIELD BEACH Emma McG 111 4035 SW
jc. 23rd
EMPLOYMENT South Carolina, and was converted year course of the National Trade
on S.E. 2nd Ct. East of SJE. 1st st., West Hollywood
SERVICE. at the age of 12. She holds and Professional School for Women -
Terr Terms Call Miami FRanklin
7-4812 Indj- 432 Espanola Way, Miami Beach the office cf vice president of the and Girls In Washington,
M9 NEWS EDITOR Women's Auxiliary of the Mt D.C., under Dr. Nannie II!. Bur
FT Zion Missionary Baptist Association roughs, and also tiwo years of the
8 MEAT Show Case, almost L ,
of which Rev. Thomas Jen- D. L. Moody Institute Chicago.
MEN'S DAYSPEAKER ,
new, 6 months old, 1901 NW 65th

St.. call OX 15453.FOR . - -
$17 per Week ,


RENT Modern 2-bedroom .apt., William C. "Bill" Baggs editor JUST BROWWPAUL
cf the Miami News, who will be I
MODERN 2-bedroom apt.,- stove, stove, refrigerator and the principal speaker at the 11

refrigerator and water, quiet water am. service on Men's Day Sun- R. HENRY --- S .
quiet. Inquire 844
Inquire 844 NW 70th St., apt. 5indJ. day at Greater Bethel AME 1. -- . .
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NW 70th st., apt. 5, ph'oneNA Church, 245 NW 8th st.
I Editor of the Miami News It a bill passed the Florida hearing for Juno 3. '
HOUSE. 2 !bedroom, lights, water, 1-6953. indf since 1957, Bags has had a wide this week becomes law, as Your
children. $30 'weekly. $60 down. range o! experience in the newspaper Browser believes it will, Sherffs A new Grand Jury was em-
1346 NW 59th st. NA 43092. field, having covered every will have the power to close panneled on Tuesday. Dennis
: boat of the newspaper both as a parks, beaches and other recreational Smith, 1295 NW 67th st. and
HOUSE for rent with electricity. reporter and a columnist since facilities where violence Jesse Miles, 5345 NW 31st ave.
$11 per week. Caretaker Milton, FOR SALE 1949. He holds the distinction of occurs. The bill seems reasonable are nmonig its members. The retiring -
2206 NW 61st st. having reported not pnly the enough on the face, but every- Grand Jury made several
--i I events of south Florida, but has body knows It is simply another recommendations, but reported'
NEW CBS Duplex, 2 bedrooms, Room House also traveled throughout the plan to halt integration of those no Indictments.: '
2170 NW 66th St., NE 4-4001, United States, Latin America, facilities.
Mr. and Mrs.. J, A. Taylor. Completely furnished Europe and Africa, in order to Miss Eloise Avenne Jones,
''Newly Painted relate the people and'probJems The re-apportionment bill pass- teenage program director of the
COMPLETELY Furnished house 1 Baths In these places to readers ..of the ed the legislature on Tuesday.It YWCA of Seattle and instructor
for Information on price and location % Miami News. takes the form of a constitu- at the University of Washington'sSchool

aiply at 1867 NW 58th st. 5871 N.W. 24th Ave. In addition to his newspaper' tional amendment which calls for of Social Work, has been
an emergency election on Nov. named associate director of Delia
writing, Brtgs has also contributed
FURNISHED 3. That's when voters in'the Theta
ROOMS, 2173 NW articles to national magazinesand Sigma Sorority,
5th. place. yM3O MU 8-6244 has appeared on local and state /twill decide on re-apport Serving in this capacity, MUM
national television ionment. Jones will be responsible for,developing -
APARTMENT 2rbedroom with Open Sunday programs. the sorority's national
stove and refrigerator; Bus No. 1 to 5 p.m. Greater Bethel regards it a Under this plan the House of public service projects, and the
24 passes door, 2945 NW 46th st. high honor to have Editor Bagjs Representatives would increaseits will edit the Delta ,Newsletter.
Phone its Men's membership to 103 and theSenate's
FR 93576. as Day speaker.
membership would bo J, Edgar Hoover, director of
HOUSE,,furnished Call owner, Arthur King, choir director at 44. Dade County 'would get two the FBI said this (week it !is timeto
I. Zion Church will additional seats In the House.
phcne OX 1-4314. I Mt. Baptist start getteing tougher with
FOR RENT serve as guest conductor of a young hoodlum. Hoover, with S3
all-male choir at the The tax In '
special garbage uncorporat-
6-ROOM 'HOUSE ,for rent. Pri- years extp rience, should know'
vate and nice. 2075 NW 6th place. FURNISHEDEFFICIENcY morning service, and Alonza ed areas Is in for a Increase or what he is talking,] about. '; "
George Turner.1BEDROOM Kelly will conduct the same groupat must be picked up' one Mr., Hoover told Congressmen:
I .APTS. the eveninrj service. Abram every ten day says acting director "We con no'longer afford to
"Ba-by" Henderson will preside at Wlrt CuJtoerton of the
APT. furnished at let "tender ago" make plunder
16,00 Per Week the console of the organ at both Waste Department. The amount into reduce
1673 NW 5th place. One 6-room a trifling prank, mayhem
services. I suggested: is $22 a instead
year to mischievous act and"pass
house a
/ unfurnished at 1488 NW Free Gas Atty L. E. Thomas Is chairman of the present $13 a year tax. of murder mis j
boyish
73rd st. Phone FR 1-1173 or OX aa a
, 1-0484. J. . Free Electricity or tne Men's Day committee and Metro Commission thinks that A
Gi .... Free Water, Dr. CJ W. Ilawklns is. co-cnair- $22 Is too high and have set a dcrneanor"r j

FURNISHED front room for rent. Free Stove man. Florida hot 130 more laW) n.,
Private home. Phone PL 7-6015 Free Refrigerator The ,bar announced this week
after 5 pjn. or PL 8-0792 any 4&VKKK. that 130 candidate have passed
time. decorated attractive SWIM TO LIVE their examinations and have been
Newly
Gray Hair Wanted! recommended for admission into

FURNISHED modern room, 1986 furniture Man or Woman The G. W. Carver Branch of the Bar Association.
NW 57th st., phone NE 3-6203 the Young Men's Christian As-
NOW YOU CAN LOOK
4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.
after 6 pjn. or FR 94922. sociation began its trimming
20 YEARS YOUNGER classes Tuesday, May 5 at the Sir .

HOUSE In North Miami area. cur: with scJenee'a newest discoverySay John Hotel !iGoodlnwstmtnt

Quiet neighborhood.>, Close to goodbye to GRAY HAIR with conducted
Classes are being
n.w pomade dleeovery. Apply
shopping center. Three rooms,
twice weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays $4,000 CASH
: Imply' at would regular
kitchen and bath. Call FR 32002cr you you
FOR SALE from 3:30 p-m. 9:00 p.m. 1-bedroom
WI 63152. halrdreaelng. Impart natural Buy 4 apt*.
2-Bedroom CBS Home '.looking' color, 'leaves hair I at the Sir John Hotel.
ROOM In North Miami area. beautiful/ soft apd luetreua. All persons intrested in the I $1,500 CASH

Quiet: nlghborhood. Call FR 6320 S.W. 58th Place Won't rub off, wash out. Non- classes, call Franklin D. Ross at Buy now 34>edroom

3-2002 or WI 5-3152. South Miami, FlaOff' staining' non.greaey. Scott'a Po. the CarVer Branch YMCA OX CBS Houae
.' -'i J Red made conditions/ and grooms, hair.' 60231.

ROOM In private home. Couplecr RoadI I No other hair dressing needed. APPLICATION BLANK $6,000 CASH
single. Call FR 7-1241 $1,000 DOWN Send only' $2.00 (tax Included) Buys rent free home
for full I'/j oz. Results guaran.

\! $JQ monthly includes taxes teed. Introductory offer for |iim N am. ..IN._........._..........................., and unit
I and insurance 'Ited time. No C.O.D/C, please. Stanley Pearlman

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soresre fn. Total price $10,000 RealtorLANGFORD
tale. Isl.ttla HAIRSTONE OF MIAMI
fee era tees Ia House is Open Phon. M,,...*.*........._.. Ag. ....._._... BUILDING
/a/crate. *ltye tlOilaeee i aeci Walk in Look around Suite 8, 8163 ,NE 2nd Ave. MIAMI
aei. ca*
reh ee oakuL Miami 38, Fla. Knows how to swim. Yet-No- FR 7.3851
fa lul, Urea ORl ,l Le Call owner UN 6-3426 indf
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" FLIP WILSON 'tells Jimmy An Invitation on Friday, May 29 at the Jim Jam',
Hyeck about the bahd he,has in Club.
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1959Around ,the Jim Jam.Sez Flip, "That bandis You are Invited by the officers
Just as funky as Charley Parker ?at Atlas Lodge No. 308 of XBFOB The profits from the :fund rais-
was cool." of W who will be pleased to have ing dance goes to something ,prof-
._Ni ._ ...1'-. ,y wt you as their, guest at their annual itable educating tomorrow's:"
HERE'S A HOT ONE for you: Garden Recital. Presenting: leaders. Aside from dancing, there
How ,.about Jesse White drank 8 Geraldine Ash Allen, soprano, will 'be a parade of the "Mad
i MiamiBy ounces of Enengine. cleaning,fluid Harold Hl-ggs, Violinist; Cassan- Hatters." Prizes will be given to
and 2 ounces of white 'vinegar' dra Gray, pianist, on Sunday the wearers of the "maddest"hats
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for chaser? His
a
reason was that : .
May 31 from 4 to 6 pjm. at the
his girl friend told him that their
DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
friendship was over so he triedto This affair, /which is to be an
.......... ... do dutch Htus, 1340 NW 70th st. annual one is one.of a series of
....................-..----------------------- ; a act. He' was booked ,
1 for attempted suicide. Seems Door prizes and prizes for audience activities given ,by the local
1I AS THE 81))MMEF? approaches, I ,, },iiI\io like he ,was trying to "clean'' up participation in musical chapter to boast its scholarshipfund.
I our city has became very quiet !I I f ,r to me. puzzles will complete an after- .
boys have gone I "
and the "money" noon of musical pleasure.
f 4 back to their respective homes. I when Summer comes, the first POEM Try your hand on an original
Our season was a fair one, yet no question is, "how. can we get There ain't no justice in de'land. Mad Hatters Ball creation and come out and enjoyan
rich. What twill it take to I evening of fun. Admission is
one \got summer tourists? Where are all got a divorce from my oId man
get the tourists to come here in I of the ,people?" Well, as far as I had to laugh at the judge's'de- Alpha Gamma Chapter of Al- 125. Tables are free.
the summer as well as the win- I'm concerned, and I may be cision pha Gamma Chi Sorority spon- Tickets may be purchased from '
ter? That is the big question. wrong . but I think that if They gave im the kids . but soring its first Mad Hatters Ball one of the sorors or at the door.
There are thousands of teachersall the owners spend money on advertising the kids ain't, ''his"n.
over the country who will be (true advertising) hirea
on vacation in June, July, and public relations man to go to QUICK NOTES DEPT.: Big M
I August, yet not one hotel or other cities and spread goodwill is back in the saddle riding the
motel has a program to present . go to conventions and talk Joy juice at the Mary Elizabeth
c these people that would make a bout, their hotels in Miami, pay Hotel Bar .. King Coleman may IF Mil 1 1e 1s i I -
them want to come to Miami. far competent help in the hotels, marry a West Palm Beach lass i
with a full staff instead of mak- . Davy Jones plays Riviera
When I say hotels and motels, I shift, where a person can get Beach every Monday night and e e er
mean the Sir John, Miami Carver good service and service with a Goulds every Wednesday night
Mary Elizabeth and the Booker smile . make them happy and . The Fiesta is open Tuesday
Terrace. The Sir John is rated as want to come back again, and a Thursday, Friday Saturday and
the numlber one hotel on this side lot of people who have been here Sunday nights.
because !It is large has a lounge would come algain. They would fiBBflf
pool and cooking facilities. The tell their friends about it, and Till next week . Live life,
Carver is rated next because of your problem would be solved. every golden minute of it. Peace.
its nice rooms, lounge and is con- >
sidered prettiest with the most One disgruntled customer can I
comfortable atmosphere. Number cost you ten prospective custo- ilGHTER
mersBut; the owners don't see Your Vote is Neededto
three the Mary Elizabeth which paying a Negro a good salary Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey e Yrs.Old 86 Proof Ancient Age Dlst.Co.,Frankfort,Ky.
has a lounge and ballroom and a seekto
the forces that
and a salary and expenses for a fight -
few nice rooms in the left and
publicity man. They could get
It is Miami's oldest Second Class
right wings. and keep good competent help, if keep you a
and first hotel, but they never they were willing to 'put( back
j Citizen.
SCHOOL TEACHERSWe
ATTENTION
offer kind of
any program. some of the money they get out."
Last is the Booker Terrace. They all say, "we'll! wait for the Register Today!
L Why? Because it !is off the beaten season;" OK, wait! You'll have to have beautiful 2 and 3 bedroom CBS Homes in
path, but the managers are hire more help; for the season . 116 W. Flagler St..
always brow ,beaten by the owners which will be cheap and incom- Liberty City area. FHA financingFor
to the point where no pro- petent. If you hire at all. And
gram is offered, nor most of the you'll suffer the summer long . appointment to see these homes, see
"needs' and wants of the people losing money. There is nothing
that the manager-would know, but anyone can do about it but the FORD REALTY
the owners would not. owners, and sooner or later hey ,
The only hotel at this !point, will wake up to the fact that Ne- 75x100 CORNERWill 821 N.W. 54th Street PL 7.2559
that we would say is progressingis groes travel these days and have plan, finance and build
_the Miami Carver, and I say stayed in bigger__and better hotels home on large corner Open Saturday and Sunday
this because the Eddie along me way. YOU nave to offer your
manager, .
Williams, runs this hotel without something to get something. See lot on

\ interference from the owners and ... N.W. 72nd St.
he results .PRETTY GIRL of The .Week:
gets First these own-
Marie Brown. .
ers must realize that room rates and 21st Ave.
j must be low The Best People Live at . .
enough to compete TEACHER of The Week: Da. And phone JE 8-3709 ,
with the hotels
on the Beach vid Paschal.
who are patronizing Negroes. We CAPPER CONST. CORP.
feel that we should not pay nine ATLANTIC MANOR GARDEN
and ten dollars a day to stay Drive Carefully
where is no service, no program, APARTMENTS32nd
and no "real managerial helpful-
ness' fwhen we can stay on the I
Beach for less, and get all of Do you own property in the Bahamas .
these things. A maager can only

owner be as would helpful allow as he him feels to be.the!He Would you like to sell-or buy? Ave. and 42nd St., Northwest

must be allowed to make decisions
according to what the problem is. WRITE TO
No 'two problems are alike, anda
definite rule cannot be set up
for them . both. This was SANDS REALTYP.O.
t the crowning statement made to J
me by'a hotel owner . "I didn't r w
I know Negroes 'were allowed to Box 1147 Nassau, Bahamas
stay at the Beach hotels." If you .
don't know, you don't know, is
j I all I have to say to that.
The attitude during the sea-
son is 'taike our deal or go back
It where you came from' '. . bu

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Winner Beauticians Choose Thanks THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"

": :r'; .< ,,/ Convention DelegatesThe Roby George principal of Mays I SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1959 PAGE 16
i'rt., P wq High School In Goulds, Is backat
home after a month's stay In
Miami
Beauticians Unit Jadkson Memorial Hospital. He
No. 7 met at the Sunlight Beauty wishes to thank' all his friends AttentionThe area, make It your business to
School on the regular meeting for kindnesses shown him. visit the home of the SlimlineS.
day May 5, 12 The business '
noon.
Liberty Station of '
Square
S. Club, 6888 NW 15th ave.
,' : ing agenda the was Unit crowded with clos Y'S Men's Club the Miami: Public Library, 6304, .
activities for tho NW 14th ave., -will close temporarily -
year, electing delegates and mak- for renovation.
ing reports for the 22nd annual InductedThe Patrons are asked to return all Are you a wallflow..rWould
,, Orange Blossom Beauticians: Con- books by May 22. you like' to learn te danceIn
vention May 17 thru 21st at Lake newly formed Y's Men's a private studio .
f Wales. Club was Inducted on May VISIT -
Those elected are: Mesdames G. 2. The induction services was a Reducing in
J Don Strachan's Dance Studio
W. Cunningham, Eloulse Wash- part of the Saturday evening session Bunche ParkThe
ington, Mary Wilson, Frances of the Southern Area Councilof M68 I N.W. 16th Ave. PL 7-i74l
Griffin as the chosen 25 from the National Council of the Bunche Park Division of
Unit No 7 and Young Men's ;
Mrs. Christian
Doris Dor- Asscia- Easy Method Reducing Club will(
sett contestant for Miss OBBA of ticn that was holding its annual begin its
Sunday
program on ,
the State. meeting at the Motel
r Empress ,
May 31 at the home of Mrs. Eve-
(, ', ( Despite the heavy business Miami the Carver Beach Branch Twenty-six of the men YMCA of lyn Tynes, 2455 NW 159th Terr
schedule the West Hollywood qualified charter at 5 pjn
as members and
r hospital was not neglected. The they were at the services
i .Z. . present Anyone who is interested In
', ; I '. hospital is a project of Unit No. along ,wih hir gussttte
slimming down become
7. They visited may a
the hospital ,on
Frances: Young; a Junior at the second and fourth Tuesdayseach other along Y's with their guests. Two member of this popular and most
Men's
North Dad H,3h School' and month.. Club of the Miami progressive group. You may 'wish
; ,, .
daughter of Mr and Mrs. James These ladies made the trip services area abo.< were inducted at the to obtain a completely new figure "

Ycung was the recipient of ten May 12: Mesdames Sadie Doyley, The charter was received by or maybe you just want to 1': r.. ...':: ;" "
dollars for being the third prizewinner Cora Humphrey, Mildred Wil- Mr. Louis H. Portlock, the club trim dawn the old one. What- L) : : : >,, ::.
In an essay contest sponsored liams and Miss Betty Collins. president, and he also was givena ever your problem Is, flgurcly ,... ._ ,iii
by the American Association There is nothing to boost the banner for the Y's Men's Clubof speaking/ call NA 1-0470 OX
for the United Nations for morale 1-9710. Mrs. has demon-
of a lady quicker than a Carver YMCA from the sponsoring Tynes JlritltJCTHE
the essay on The: Organs of the fresh hair style. These ladies Y's Men's' chapters of strated most successfully, the effectiveness -
United Nations, Their Functionsand need someone every week, If Jacksonville and Orlando. of the method by
Ways to Improve Them." other licensed beauticians are Interested The club holds Its regular which she has slimmed down SMOOTHER BOURDON
Kifltucky Straight Bourbon Whlikty 6 Yr*.OMt
the Unit herself and .
others.If
Frances Is active In school president will meetings every 2nd and 4th Sat- many .
very give the information needed. Proof CAncIf A<'Olit Co..frinMort,Ky;
activities. She Is a member of the urdays at the Carver YMCA and you're In the Liberty City
Student Council, Athletic Association Mrs. Marlon Muldrow, Pres. Its :program Ls for the benefit of
Girl Counselors. Sneakers / 'Mrs. Winifred Brooks, Rep. the Y and the community.

Council and holds memlbershitp/ In
many other organizations of the NOTICEThe Beauticians Sorority BUY AND SAVE
school. She Is also an ardent participant -
in church activities at Civil Defense First Aid Holds MeetingThe
Mt. Hermon Methodist Church.. Class which met on the 4th'and
Frances had the honor of being ; 11th of May at the Bethany Jun- Theta Nu Sigma Sororityof Harlem Clothing Center
the cnly Ndjro student in Dade ior Academy, S.D.A., 5001 NW the National Beauty Culturlst
County's high schools "to win one 23th ave. will meet on Tuesday League held Its regular meetingat
of the six !prizes that were evening, May 19 at 8 o'clock Instead the home of Mrs. Florence All, Clothes and Shoes For The Entire Family
awarded. of Monday, May 18. The Pompano Beach on Monday, May
She would like to thank Clifford public Miss Geraldine is Invited. Classes are free. 4. The meeting was well attendedand 1337 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 9-1508
Jackson R. N, of
was a most successful one.
R Matthews chairman of
,
the Dade County Civil Defense
Plans for the State Convention
the Social Studies Departmentand Is the instructor. With every purchase of $5.00 or more
of the Orange Blossom Beautici-
'
Edwin Demeritte, her AmerIcan -
History teacher, for helping ans' Association were made by A FREE GIFT-French PerfumeOpen
to prepare her to win this great Best WishesThe this progressive society. The
honor. I convention will convene In the dally 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.-Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. .
officers and members of beautiful city of Lake Wales, May Saturday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Confidential Social Club of Opa 17-21. r
Royal Twenty Club Locka wish to extend best The officers elected for 19. 9.
wishes and a speedy recovery to 60 are: Basileus, Soror FlorenceAll
MeetsThe their president, Mrs. Gladys Wal- ; anti basileus, Soror Marian' ..
lace of 16531 NW 17th court, Muldrow; gramraateus, Soror
Royal Twenty Women's Opa Locka. Mrs. Wallace has Ola Cooper; epistolcus, Emma 2 and 3 BEDROOM HOMES
Club of Coconut Grove had its undergone a serious eye opera- Hill; tamiochus, D. A. Julius;
... regular fortnightly meeting at the tion and must have another within tomiocus, Wilheimena Smith; With Small Pown ,PaymentsIn
home of Its president, Mrs. Rob a month. A shower of prayersis parliamentarian, Nancy Jenkins;
ert Dunn on April 28 going her way to help spend hodegos Soror Ceasar; phllacater, Orchard Villa Area
her recovery. Betty Collins; assistant gramma-
Many projects were presentedand teus, Pearl Hood; assistant totml- We Pay Caih' For Homes and Lota
discussed by the group. Another member, Mrs. Geneva, cchus, Mildred Williams; chap-
Among these (Were: The Ujht- Williams, 15740 NW 18th ,place is lain, Nettle Jordon; reporter, RosaL. O
house for the Blind, the Old convalescing at home after a Dean; dean of pledgees, Opal
Folks Home and many other not- major operation. The members King; business manager, Soror Floral Park Apts. For Rent
able and worthy future projects.
want to say to them both, "Get R41ey.
Plans were also formulated for Well quick." Fannie Williams, reporterSOOTIN'S $20 WEEKLY-SORRY, NO CHILDREN
financial expenditures connectedwith
these plans. ------- -- -- 2474 N.W. 58th Street

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The group also learned of the

presence, In our city, of its state Chas. H. Pyke RealtorPLaza
president of Federated Clubs of ,
Florida.

The meeting closed with expressions 4.0782
of gratitude by Mrs .
Roberta Jessie.
Mrs. Ada Belle Dunn, Pres.
Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter


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Brand New 3-Bedroom. CU TREE DELIVERY ( IV" DRUG unlucky? Why do I have to workso

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.. .rPrM3Qthy g1 '1 ,.3:791q ;k; have plenty of luck? What Is
2017 N.W. 55th Ten, CM.7ollivctU.Sr. Prop. holding me back?

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..r+ ."' THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"WAGE POLIO SHOTS Thursday, May 2f DAY NURSERYDAY
Floral Heights, 5120 NW. 24th
L mY9
\ ( : AU Free
NURS
ages.
16 SATURDAY MAY 16 1959CHARLES Ave.
Polio shots will be given free and NE 57998.
delivery.
at the followingschools on the games W Johnson, 520 West pick up !M16
designated dates. Remember 23rd St., HialeahJ. ..
dI 87F 64 R. E. Lee, 6135 SW.66th St.
there
casesof
ELKS VICTORY BALL were percent more child
South Miami' Mother, I will care lor your
Dade in
(paralytic :polio In '
The Elks lodges and tomiples<< of 1958 than In 1957. Deaths occur- (Frank C' .Martin, 14250 Boggs while you work. Age 1 month to -
the Miami area, 1BPOEW cordialLy red only among ,Nd roes. This Is Drive, Richmond Heights. four years Reasonable. Phone.
invite you to a victory ball because fewer Negroes were given Friday( ; May'22 NE'4-4387.
honoring our state president, lIon. shots. Bring in all children from Holmes Elementary, 1175 NW .
W.:O. Perry, at the Jim Join Club, age 2 months to 8 years: I 67-th-! st.
1900 NW 7th St., Friday night, Monday, May 18. A. L. Lewis, 505 SW 8th St.,
May 22, 9:30: p.m. until. Bethune Elementary, 2900' NW Homestead,
Music by Billie Cravatt and his 43rd Terrace. .
Bahamians. Donation, advance Geoitfe W Carver, 238 Grand -
51.00, doer' $1.25.Table reserva- Ave.
ions; call Dt. Hester M. Rivers, Potnclana Park Elementary, FOR SALE
OX 1-0484, Dt. Madge Kelly, FR 6745 NW 23rd Ave. t i.. !hf
1-3895. Phyllis Wheatley, 1801 NW 1st Beautiful New 3 Bedroom
Exalted rulers: Harold; Htggs, pl ce. .
1 1s Atlas; Thomas Rivers, Greater Tuesday, May 19, 2 Full Bpthi Garage Oak
'Miami; Claude Rolle, Liberty. Douglas Elementary 314 NW Floor Walk-In Closet Entry
Daughter; rulers: V. L. Solomon, 12th StLiberty I 2 Porches
Atlas; Myrtle Davis, Greater Mi City'Elementary. 1855
ami; Mae Tucker, Liberty.; NW 71st St. Large House 70x90 lot
Mistresses of. Social Session: Pine Villa (Mays), Goulds
Madge Kelly, Atlas; Hester Riv- Llllie C., Evans, Liberty City.. Full price $18,900 $6,000 Cash J\l Jt2\t
ers, chairman, .Greater Miami; Wednesday; May 20Bunche I ,
Celeste Rolle, Liberty. Park, 16001 Bunche, : 6635 NW 24th Aye. THE MILDER BOURBON '
Park Drive, Opa Locka Kentucky( Straight Bourbon VKMdqr\ 6 Yra..OMJ)
SIMS, JR. I Dunbar Elementary, 505 NW Open Sunday 4 to 6. 36 Proo\.CAnetant Age DM.Co.,Frtnkfort.KM,
20th St. '

The Miami Hostess Clulb would : ......r.h.h. ._ _w*...wg w *__ .___ .. .. .* .. ............ .......- u.n._ ._._.___uu._..._._.,...._.......-....-_.............,..V....-.........'. 9M.'N 4
its friends ? 3 :.:;. ::. % iJag i? S& 1w Sft 1 IV .1 V'Y V * * ::; fct 58? =,;; Il3
like to thank many .IAA JM.M
ik KoKo :&KvC K iKi!C o:5 !iC L7
for the support given during the LOVELYHONES
baby contest and tea of 1959, Fair ; From
Carver held atop Hotel.the roof of the Miami Realty is Easy Buy |


Winner of the contest was VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645'
Master Charles Sims Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sims, 725 n.n
NW 3rd ave. Little Charles was .
sponsored. by Mrs. Louise Williams i1. 12;

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Runnr-UlP was Harris Parham I t
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Northwest55th ; j It#
Parham, 425 NW 6th st. Little alt rq#
Harries was sponsored by his r1t tt
mother. Mrs. Dottie Hawkins is St. AreaLow
'president of the sponsoring club,
and Mrs. Veda Rolle is reporter. t4
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Third Ave.Realty

BRAND NEW! MOVE RIGHT IN/ 'II e

$495
ONLY DOWN lt3M

3 or 4 ,bedroom CBS homes City Water, paved streets, landscaped, no
closing costs, only;one mortgage to pay. Close to 163rd Street ShoppingCenter. I
4 742 NW 3rd Ave. Also,14 under construction. Put up small deposit Pay weekly
g
....-- until completed. Choose your .own colors. See 1500 1510 NE !151st
PARHAM, JR. Terr.. Open Sunday ,all day. '.
FR 4-3297 B .

Goose Tatum to 'Pay .AND R 4
New' 3-bedrooms 2 baths beauty! New

2 G's a Month NE 4-0394 Liberty City Special!! 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths CBS -
Hardwood floors, two full bathrooms See '5720 NW 21st Ave. Open this 4 ,
fleece (Goose) Tatum today S. Hutcheson, Jr.. with tubs and shower enclosures.. Sunday l-5 p.m. Miss Tracy has new ,
was ordered by a Chicago courtto ::8; Closed garage, 70z90 lot. Large wajk stove and refrigerator. Large 14x32
month for
pay an illegitimate$2,000 a child. supporof The RegisteredReal ;'tl I in closets. Move right in. See 6635 front* porch, corner. Includes insurance
court ordered payments to Na- Estate Broker NW 24th _ave. Open Sunday. and taxes. "1
omi Hirsch, a 24-year- old White ab
secretary and 'mother of an 18- '
month-old Iboy/ I g 2-Bedroom Corner CBS Income Downtown't

; Orchard Villa, 72x87 lot. All fenced, Rooming. house. 15 separate ,
fl r. landscaped, city water also dry welt rooms kitchen and'dining room
TV SICK ? C and sprinkler system. Cathedral tell floor.: Beauty parlor also bedI I
;r ings. One mortgage. No.closing costs Terrific income.. Owner ill, must !
t C'-' Shown by appointment only. D
{ Then dial '''FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ''ia New Store Building Downtown "

'4 Brand New North Miami Beach Only $995 Down .x. .
t SAME DAY SERVICE17nch$22.95 ,i Only $495 Down 2 Bedroom See 357 NW 22nd Lane with separate I

i ALl: MAKES ALL MODELS t a $20 week pays all. Wo closing costs room.and bath in rear.

,Ct Move right in. City water, carporte, ,
_ I 'Picture Tube! Special fit separate jalousied dining room. See DuplexOrchard ,
21-incb-$29.95 yt 1 i 1425 N.E. 154th St.* 1575 N.E. 154th Villa area. See 1402 NW BM

; Terr. 56th St. Clean, nice. Only $995
j 4. - down.t J t

SERVICE 'CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 t 1 e LOTS DOWNTOWN' =;i Sundry store, res- I :
; List with us for quick cash sale. Willbuild taurant. Grosses over $300 per week. tt "
; Nite.,., Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges oh your lot. No down payment. Terrific corner. Hurry I :.

F \I Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph I
Records All late hits. Special-3 for $1.00 s'.
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Vets Radio & TV Co. h .
We are open every day 9 to 9 p.m. including Sundays Ktt

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