The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00206

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I Negro Newspapers Celebrate 133rd Anniversary I

March 12 through 19 .is Negro-

NerA'spaper Week.' This is the annual -
I time when more than 200

Mayor Backs Police Who Talked published weekly and by Negroes daily observe newspapers the

founding of the first Negro news-
made ----- parr Freedoms Journal in
Mayor Robert King HJga
it plain this week that the Negro I I 1837 These newspapers make a
officers who lifted the cover oft concerted effort to project the
folk protection in bolita operations II NAACP Membership Day March 14 vital role they play in championing .
will get every protection the cause of freedom for
"from this obvious means of retaxation. all peoples.
." The police departmenthas :' At a meeting of a croup of lOam facts and stories of leaden of the ship, The Fight for Freedom Inavolves "Negro" Newspapers Educate for
attempted to discredit one of beauticians and barbers past Mrs. Gordon Inspired the all of us, and on March 14 Frttodomthe theme el his
the officers nrno testified. sponsors of the Dade County I group with her dynamic presentation we are going to give residents of 133rd anniversary observance.
The Dade County Grand Juryis NAACP Membership and Free : of the growth of freedom. Dade County the opportunity to The mere fact that there is still
studying charges made by the dam Fund Campaign now bung, I NAACP memberships are being )tki ..Kh us in our battle f o requality need for a militant and crusading
patrolman and other officers, conducted in this area the group' t solicited all during the current and civil rtghta." Nejrro press 'indicates: the
voted unanimously to hold a Ml- many inequities. that yet exist
that bolita operations Is flourish ; campaign but on Monday .
and the frmfam that must be
in* here to the tune of $100,000 a and NAACP Membership Day March 14 a concerted effort will GETS 10 YEARS .
week, and that 10 per cent of the tn Monday March 14Mrs. ) be made by. all groups working wonTtu
.. this
observice is
take used far police protf'Ctloa.l' June Gordon. national no mere
in the drive in Dade to briM in
It ti reported that the police executive director of the Emma : as many memberships as possible. FOR STEALING $11 indulgence< in self-pea he. original rather
'I Is re-evaluatfen of
I Lazarus Federation of Jewish .
department has found evidence' Miami
I Mrs Marion Muldrtr. a
that one of the officers himself Women's dubs was the speaker beautician capable civic leader If the law is carried out fully, purpose and function in the light

had taken "money under the ; at the beauticians and barbers and chairman of the NAACP it will) be a long, long time be- of The our atomic primary age. of Negro
table" from a boUta operator. The'I I rally Drawing upon historical Membership Drive had this to purpose
ft re 24-year-old Napoleon Lee of newspafters, which Is Jf great
officer denied the
strenuously I about NAACP MembershipDay
charfe.The. 2991 NW 45% st visits JuanltaBrown's significance! to the public is ntJ.focotf'd *
t I in t .he 1960 theme-"Ed-
man who is said to have tI will be made to discredit nd -On Monday March 14, we '" .It house, 1621 NW ueators for Freedflm"
informed the department is also I low-rte these men in the eyes will have an all-out drive to lS2nd trrr again. lie was sentenced One of the moxt priceless of
said net to have a food reputation of the public bring in as many memberships as to 10 years In the state our freed.mt is the right to know
for telling the truth and the I -But every protection will be pCMoble When we consider bow<< prison on Wednesday by Criminal and to be informed As the eyes
Mayor was "impressed" by I given these men who have the much our NAACP memberships ) Court: Judge George EL ears and enn*oink a of its reader
the attack. I courage to let it be known the give us, in comparison with what *, Negro newspapers jealouslyguard
Mayor High commended the I conditions that exist which tendto they cost no man woman or SMelts after Lee was found guilty every human right by I
men' fer their stand and made I corrupt' a segment' of the police young person in Dade County can of rubbing Mrs. Drown Feb. 1 of .ut>lyinf the facts and InfermaUn -
the observation that attempts force afford to be without a member til lit. nrrescary to achieve: full ,

.- i---- -- IL- cUixmchip. Only through an exacting *
awareness that challenge

Burdine's and won. motivates This is a can never-ending frogress be

I Blocks Ministers SitinLed function which often must be

strong and voml) In crder to gift

the Rev Edrrard T. downtrodden people enlightened
by -
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Dap1t.st '"'"' Thus Negro nows-
Graham pastor of Mt Zion -- .
papers perform" a singular service -
Church and president .
Greater Miami Mtl I when they alert and challenge
Inca seven Negro d : ." r1 their reader to e opera-
lively wage relentless battles
Umpted a sHdown d<<
in the lunchroom of against all enemies of their freedc -
ns-bresuse freedwn thrives
doM' department More
day. but were refused <">iy in the breast nf informed

by tee police. men.
The grow arrived at As long as there Is a Negro
M.ami Ave. entrance press, there will be RO enereach-
luncheonette at 11:10 LL Th mint on their fmlprs' ri'hts to
) be rorrvetlv Wofmed about conditions
they were' met by Detcc
Rise and Vevaon' Carley, and man '**.. would deny
rmed officer. them their just and humors tiftits.
Fur this t* the real faneMon sf
Reese blocked' the 1i'4e the N'etfry press, .s it .has been
t;..d the ministers Nf' O r'i-oeaghewt Ube pat IM y ars. A
not.. in. While be dedicated miMioa that indeed! is
Graham were talking W-G rthy elf redfrlatl :
stole detective, refusing t st this tfnw.WOMAN.
tty .hamtelf, pushed t
d ur This seemingly WHT
.re of the cleric. and he
.ted' to have said: e b ,sr COP SLAPPED IS

Dont you push me x.
Te.. me .*M> you are and FINED

have any. aulhcnty 1 will Mrs l rnora Andersen 35f .
tt." t Florida C',ty charged with distarbkig -
"You're blocking the -, the pease and resisting
officer retorted. t ,1.1k arrrst in a t&rre-heur u.aJioD in
Sir you have been Metro Cciuri oo Tuesday was
car -way fer 300 years, fined $2A en IIN'b count
Graham said. dollua"s' The Incident oceurred Feb. 24

Dr Carl E. Yaeger. & when Mrs Anderson MS allegedly -
; **..s4ww
to moving herchair
rr.JJister' at ML Zten. who .u"v
IJjrduie's charge-o-plate awp out of the doorway of the
ed' it la his fist and \ Dad County Health Department
-"\ 4i W Mowry St. Hr netead.Pc.llrc .
the ground when be was
Ruddy T.nney and William
entrance to use itIt
Suits said she rrsiat+d arrest -
is reported t.h.the / tred and
.:""- W ..- *' to escape slapped
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department: knew well : a I and hit an tffiear Suits admitted
cf the ,, he
vance planned slipped Mrs Andersen to
te. n, and instructions : n and members of the mcther; Mrs Frances Tucker, by Mamas Georgia Clark and "quiet brew
Civic Club were offi stood fur her in her absence); Bet: y Sutton,
t) arrest taking
installed by Mrs Ruth N. sedate members Mesdames
,\ TW ewomony wan concluded j
After talking with the an associate member of Adel Mfckens Elizabeth Johnson with a buffet-party which featured 3 Steal $2,000Three
and store security men organization in a beautiful Mantle Davis, and Ruth North tft iod detkacies prepared tn
hour the ministers left. U ht ceremony at the horn P. ite Ail these lovely damsels the ci *t rotors, orchid and white. armed men two wearing
Deiores Johnson on Sat were pinned' with beautiful or- ttu..beTWiJl.thHrtI. and special brown handkerchief masks
: evening. Feb. %1. chid f">r *ies at the doN of the tn ** of the Onchettes wereguests held ir 10 ewwploiea! of tie Evcrgiad -
GUNMEN ROB feMcMrlng f.rsoca were cerec&ocy. I at the gala social .s Paper Co. 7100 NW Mth
Installed: Mrs. Ethel Fergu Mrs. Polite spoke briefly to the ave. TuiMiajr night and walked
WATER ; Miss Betty Sutton, members of the group, lauding Left to right, seated: Ethel Fete, off with $2,000 in cash and chodj
president; Miss Shirley their purpcte of organization and !won, Jtttie P spina. Shirley from the firm's safe.
Deiores j
Almost under the secretary:; Mn. Julia encouraging than to fulfill this Moore
Dade County's ; treasurer; Mrs. Jettie Pa- purpose' to serve the community. Middle row Lillie Hart. Julia FREE ORAL POLIO VACCINE

house and jail three Ne chaplain, ; Mrs. Lions Greetings were extended to Parks, Marguerite Walks Miller, Geor Ruthf'ohtes f CU'". 2745 NW ODd et Sat
robbed Simmons, activities chair the Orchettes the as* Clark Hamm
the Miami by other
men associate 7234 NW 22nd ave.March .
I & A del Mic-
*tty Button |
sewer eoBecticn' office members Mesdames Albert-: members present: Mrs. 'S 12. 9 aln.-$ pan
naming. Jacquelyn Crosby I Adei Mkkens and Mrs. Elizabeth : I James E Scott Honxa
The robbers entered Gray Lillie B. Hart. De- Bey Johnscn.: Mrs. Ethel Ferguson Back row? Elizabeth: : EspyJrhnson Project
at 9 am, tied up two Johnson Marguerite Miller, I acknowledged these remarks cquelyn Crosby Fannie Monday 4i10 Icpm10 to 11
employes, scooped up Robinson Fannie Thurston in behalf of the group. Following Thurtftoo, Luna Slnuncai. a.ffAd I
the tariff of hundred Georgia Clark Willis .1 her response the OrcheUe' sang Dorothy C,.". Attxrth CtktwaUi. Tuseday. Hare W, 10 to S] 1
Hacna, ZUa Tucker l l tilt club sang whicii: wu wrtttea'' sad Jleica Itoblfiton. 1 IlL ex) 0 t0'0 pet ;

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-By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU- I F .a {

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-A YOUNG White boy apt 17 ., ,.
:shot and killed 7 people one : .
't s
'Of them Negro This 'e
a young
I Mould enjoy the show lie was ,t F Irrt
wanton killer was captured and told, "drep dead B.... This : 4
'is In police custody. On Tuesday, tz +
March 8 I read Jack Bell's col- so-t<< of thng happens quite often
. and I'm Wometco Gen-
umn and he ser "Guns are not :
eral Ifccth mill do
for hunting human" Truer
tnnrtethini about It. I am sure
never spotaen Just think
hew grief this tragedy hal that cur city policemen would
much d-u in their of
during tour duty
brought to the families of these
and see that our theatres are :
victims. 1 hive been asking help
kept in .
an orderly manner.NORTH
from the county, city and state I I eaIt
officials to ban gum in Miami
Bureau hasa
and Dade County. Dam near all
of the pclltJclans are Jumping on TWA flight by Jet to Los Angeles
for aUME conference
Chief Headier or Sheriff Kelly
about n-Girls bouts, traffic delegates May 2 to 1? It tells
the story of Gent Gray walking"
promotion, payola, moonshineand
down Brocdway In her Orange II ,
I don't know what a11. bat
dm's and lipttkk-sharp as can fI
do you think thrt fCT once they I
be Her companion' in this walk
would say something about gunsbelnr t 1
was a beautiful clay girl with a -4 e I
banned so that a life routdnvt'd9
be Nnw just supposed bt; rhinestone collar around her rrrt
neck and Cent is holding the I
that Drnnl Whitney had shot andkilled
relative leash Yep, they upset BroadwayThis
1kIa1. 1 a
gets it for this week So
laws written I
more to beat the
till) 1
band. next .fl'k. Live life,
In fact, kids with toy
cowboy suns would be bustled every golden minute of It. Peace

off to Jail for carrying side arms.

A revised Sullivan Law could be Tallahassee Tries Member if lies Tc:> Zeta ('banter oi 1"M> I.te' Johnnie Adkins Cherry
worked out If it
our city officials. were Signs passed could' by be To Stymie Negro Zeta Phi I5cj" Sorority, Inc worahippe I Top left: Mr*. Houston is u:

placed' at the Ga.-Fla. line and together at the (Church of Incarnation plaque h))' Mr*. Marguerite Miller

stations other state bus lines depots airports sa)1nno, train VotingThe February 28 Mr*. Theoria Hay leu! Houston ter hatitauft. Top right: Mrs. II

Runs allmvd< in Dade County" city fathers at Tallahassee was presented a plaque and honored posted 1 with two members of th. ;'
Tersofw caucht will be prosecuted rnfujwd to grant the nonpartisan a" the Zeta's "Woman of the Year." Following .
Amirae friends who in ,-
( ) aft iat
to the full extent the Voter's were
of law. League a permit the worship members motored to
:So please call your County Commissioner for a parade to kick-off aVoterRegistration Lincoln Memorial c omcter;' to lay wreaths;; the worship service.! Bottom : f' ,
and City CommissionTT campaign designed
and request that they docmethng to put 10.000 additional of remembrance sn the grace of the .ia"vConnthia \ trcx'n'r and honored guest Mr '!''

about unauthorized Negro" names to the list of first Mae Wit!;:;n anj 1 In mcc;:)n' cf
persons carrying gun c'a*. citizens
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The" excuse given was the parade -
PRETTY GIRL .f the Wkt would congest" traffic. It was ,
R,.. Allen Pretty Boy of 1M .!*- alleged that If the permit
Week: Harvey Wallace was granted the group would I,
-rrtinr <{ the Week Mrs. Mary have to break ranks when pass.t .
Bibb. ; through a white section i
r The Voters League' by Dr I

JUDGE L [. THOMAS just J.m.Hudson will proceed
ain't Ihrinr Anytime I 'person is with the campaign without the
arrested and found with a run parade in which mere than 300
the liutre' does" Vm, In. Jfls Hooorl bock workers made up of men I
l dronolnc *:SO fines and 60 and women of all walks of life
days In lei for run tot I",. Need are expected to participate
I SlY more I Ve been told Sunday F *>>>. :2ft. was observed
that fV-nie Bu'ker of the PalmsIn In the churches as citizens
HtllanrfaV now has the Palace Sunday Ministers were called ont w
on 7ftth st All I ran say Is food. ")) deliver appropriate messages 1 I
This Saturday night and Sunday (fn kr+Inc with the celebration .
he wHl haw mv ole buddy. Bill Wide publicity throughout the
Dofffett and his band on handto county' has been given the campaign -
d*, some crazy swlndnc That W C Patten .U serving as
my friend Is a very rood deal consultant' for the campaign

t w.e t e. Is
IP YOU down InCoeoiwt Sixth of Gang a
Grove' '
nn Saturday nlte.
drop in at the Blue Chip Cafe and Gets 4 Years

Jurrm with rrwr have a roving
record *rwiv and ev rybody has The last of a six-man gang eq
a ball No admission Justyond convicted of a $6.000 supermarketsafe ,;'

records drink some beer robbery was sentenced to r I I
and dance for three solid hoursTruev four years in Ralfcrd State Pri. I

Saturday night It has son last Friday #
been brought to my attention that Vf'fftOlL.. Simon drew the
our Negro theatres should be policed sentence which closed a Criminal "
A mm came to me and said Court robbery case with a record 4;
that he and his wife went to th number cf defendants six, i
movies and was confronted eThe six-man ring was charged
oodhms: and vile language The with looting the safe at Consumers
man asked: the ruffians to be Super Market '2201 NW
quiet so that he and his wife 62nd at. Sept 18.r"TV .

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SICK ? ,I t.0

Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.



17.incb-$22.95 Picture Tube Special 21.1nch--$29.tS t MILUi1q fR11AWaq l IS IS'NaiST


SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night ........... .. $2.50 You'll / Mod -bM Lime to UM kitchen: and hav BOOT time for ether

things when yoa oo.t.l.otrially. Youll enjoy UM fun of cuuklnf
Nit. Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charge
without lootJQf ftmpto cutaMMtM oaotreU loniiMU poi-..tchixiprwimH. ,

Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph torch, burn and buG
Record All late hits. Special-3 for SI.00 a/- way fza of fltmta and fume fur precious paao of mind '"

San th* ow tuodeb. now at your ciectne applunce dealer e


IftU'IIIIO aUILD 1.01t1DA tti coo..1'
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939 N.W. 3rd Ave. "'I NJ W). "" '" aAI' .1'

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Broward SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1960 PAGE 3

County n

Newsy .J .
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Walter B.weIllustrious I

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k Joseph Clark died I
last Friday, March 4 at ':30 ajn.He .
was a well known resident of
k : Miami Railroad Shop Addition t
and for the past t'l.ean he resided -
t at 4223 SW 23th st.. West
__ Hollywood.
., ; The Rev Clark is aim well
known among the Masonic family
with Mho, he served for many
years as a high ranking officer
Funeral services will be held ,- .. A Atl
Saturday. March 12, 2 pm. at 4 r a f A
Church, Rev E.
Central Baptist
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J Clark tjfficlating. the Thompson -
Funeral Home of Hallandak Miamians who attended the son Dorsey Mrs Daisy Barnes
directing.The State Parent Teacher Association Bunche Park
meeting in Pensacola lat week
will be taken to the i
body are pictured above. Back: row Anthony Simons
church Friday night at 9 a'clock. Front row left to right: Mrs. Vorth western, ; Pre Leon Kelly,

He U survived by his wife Hattie Jackson Carver Elemen !.i Dunhar. ; William Stirrup Carver;
and Mrs. Booker T. Man maid. Miss Carmetta Clark. three sons four daughters, three tary.; Mrs Ada Rrs. Floral Park Archie MeKay. Httncfce Park;
uel of 5708 NW 11th are announce Yvonne Puyol and Juanita sisters' a brother, 29 gander and Elementary Mrs. Genesis SweetIng. -
the marriage of their I Mcore wore gay colors of pink 7 great grandchildren.The .. Mrs Emma Sweating' president I' Rry Bentiey. president Carver' ;
daughter Juanita, to Edward R.RhC'Cks. blue and yellow with matching Dad County Council; Mrs. I Mrs. Quern" Mills Mays. Not
grandeon of Mr. and Mrs. accessories. C W. It. Chamber of Commerce Man arrt Nld. Bunche Park;I sheMr Valtid Waters. Nato Villa
R. C. Rawls. Mrs. Elaine Olive sister of the meets Monday ni ht. Mrs Maydcll Braynon. Mrs. Lorraine
The marriage took place February bride was maid of honor She March 14. 840. at the Caner Percy' BTW; Mrs. Emma -- -
21 at Jordan Grove Missionary wore blue and white with matching Lounge Motel All members are Dennis, president Archard Villa
Baptist Church. accessories asked to be present J. T. Dunn Second row: Mother Beatrice
Mrs. Rhodes, the former Miss Karen Edward and Carolyn president' I Robinscn! Northwestern; Mrs.
Manuel U a S5 graduate of Foster were flower girls who Thrdford Johnson resident
Bootee T. Washington High and wore white! dresses with pink and special' mass meeting will beheld BTW: Mrs Anna Rodgers John-
a former student of Florida A blue! sashes. Carrol Stewart was Sunday March 13. 2 pm * and M University. Mr Rhodes is the ring bearer. He wore a whit at Hill Commercial Building Tlllman president Poinciana;
a S6 graduate of Dorse II I f h suit and black shoes. 4828 SW Pembroke Road by the Mrs Agnes McCoy president
and attended Tyler College of Albert Smith was beat man. He employees of Memorial Hospital North Dade; Mrs, Sarah Scott
Barbering in Tyk>r. Texas. He Is wore a black tuxedo also the J R E Lee; Mrs. Jeanette Kelly
now emotoyed' at Charlie Ander groom were a tuxedo. Four Golden Day worker volunteered Carver Mrs Gertrude Matthews,I
son's White Morse Barber Shop. I Ushers were Charles Singleton, for the March: 16 referendum R R Moton; Mrs. Catherine Glb-
Mrs. Rhodes wore' a white! Raymond Cole and Louis Oliver. to approve a $4 millloi
gown with lace and taffeta with They wore white coats' and black bond issue to expand MomorUHbapital. :

matching accessories. Her brides- pants. They are Ella King. MARCH SPECIAL vrnM

Leroy Wilkerson Godfrey Sea- F.r FREE Scalp Treatment and
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vla! and Walter Powe. Precinct
n vice chairman 1s. Jack Kin Eyebrow, Arch Kan690r
Freedom's Road and J. T. Dunn iwtll assist him on i During each weekend .In March
I March: 16. KLIP AND CURL

By RUTH PERRY J. T Dunn president of the BEAUTY SALON r

...... ...- r-.. ...... .. .... -... .... ....... ...... ....... ,,- ....... .... Chamber speaker of Commerce before both was White keynote ; 844 FR N.W.10215 3rd A..... DRUGS

There Is nothing mysterious ideals of our country do not< and Colored at the special'
meeting' at the Harris Tea Roomon 6760 N.W. 18th A.aI1
secret or unusual about the change. And to believe in thee
NAACP. In fact it 1s me of the ideals and work for their fulfil- March 3. f&eaklng briefly to -
most democratic and American rent In a democratic way Is Ube the general chairman of the HOB.
organizations one can belong to. a true patriot For aU southern petal Referendum S. S. Holland
Although southern politicians propaganda" to the contrary he said: "Since we have 1,401
demagogues and enemies of democracy the true patriot today is the manor freeholders.. 700 rnjUrtered votrrs -
have tried to make the woman who has the courage 1,200 famlHe. surely if we
NAACP into something suberversive to rpeak out for his belief In are smart enough to own prop
and communistic" it adheres freedom The people who denjAmerican erty and to vote' we are smart
enough to have tomeone from this
as closely as Is humanly citizens their guaranteed -
possible to the ideals and priDdpl" rights under the ConsUtu prwrinrt to represent ."us on therelerrndum
set forth by the Fouding lien; the people' who harass and rommtttre(
'a then of our country. persecute and intimidate and sixth
lynch are those who should look Parent of grade class t
YOUR MEMBERSHIP into' their hearts and try to set of Carver Ranches' Elementary
It INVALUABLE if there Is any of the true School cordially Invite you to a
American spirit of freedom left "Gospel 1 TraIn the school auditorium

I dare say that there is no other there Sunday March 13 from .... ,
place In the world where for 4 to 6 pm. Come out and make e. +
so httle. one receives so much by It America h** changed in this affair a succias. pSCN1
Joining this association. For your. later years if democracy has be-
membership card in the NAACP erne somewhat cheapened and The South BrowanJ Progres. 1
represents much' more than the I besmirched, it U not because at sic, Club will meet Wednesday,.
money you have paid for it I our Constitution or our Ameri. March 16. 9 pm. at the home of
by taking out a u..1 can principles of freedom Idem U..tt (Tapper) Matthews, 4401
chip, you are really taking a and principles do not change' :; SW 27th st All members! are ? 'F ..,.... .. ,.
share of freedom, and "-atnrm-I i people do. And those who misinterpret asked to be present
trig your belief that America .is a. and twist the ideals ol :'t" 2&: Ai'
wonderful country where minorities freedom and liberty into aelfishexpedient ,
can fight for the things in things are the real MIAMI TIMES ADS
which they believe. enemies of our country Dot i '
those who labor to bring theM : \
Freedom and Ifeerty are words Meals into true fulfillment Call OX 1.0421 TODAY!
we are very familiar with; we v t
read about them in our history NAACP MEMBERSHIP DAY
books and study about them in NAACP memberships are be*
school. We know the story of tat solicited all during the current BARGAIN IN I '4
Betsy Ron and the first American campaign., but on Monday
flat we know about George March 14. a concerted effort win LADIESSHOES
Washington crossing the Delaware be made by all groups working '
River in the dead of winter in the drive In Dade County to
with aU hope nearly gone; we bring in as many memberships
know about Patrick Henry as possible Remember that no CANCELLATIONSAND
Jumping up in the revolutionary" man. woman or child in Dad e
congress and saying the Immortal County can afford to be withoutan SECONDS
words: "Give me liberty or give NAACP membership The ,
me death We know an about Fight for Freedom Involves all of 561 N.W. 29th St.
these thin;:. These are the us, and by taking out a membership
things on which our country' was at this time we are say-
big that we want to Join la with
founded these are the foundations In Fine Whiskey.
of liberty others who are striving to win .
the fight for equality and dvll
FREEDOM CAN BE BY.PAtftED rights. When a campaign worker lmftEgL1If FLEISCHMANN'S
er approach ) do not tarn J|
Today is scot areas of our him down. When IOUyOW' bold
country it .la not considered very lff
membership card
you are
good' manners to feel strongly holding a share of freedom. is the BIG buy!
about liberty and freedom. In fact
if person speaks out in favor of ; --- tll
freedom for all American citizens z1 i4 '
or if a person tries to take a .
stand in favor of rights guaranteed = 90 PROOF is ashy-!
all citizens be .is looked up -
on with suspicion and extreme =: =
dislike and in many sections of T1&. r
the United States this itvery
liable to be persecuted for ORA4tL THE PtCXCHUANN' user !. NO COlitrOIitAI c'i flt_ '? \"IIYa
Us beUcfa. i HARLEM ftftUQ CO.

''ri'e orrt Ooef cot ckum tt.I 1400 N.W. tr* Avf-, Mtemfc Fta. I


PAGE 4 SATURDAY MARCH 12, 1960 Dr. Sweeting's I Annual Battle of NO SHOTS, NO CHARGE
Birthday SundayThere I Songs Sunday DRINK YOUR

There will be I battle of POLIO VACCINE
will be a birthday celebration -
choir No. 2 of ML
between AT DADE
In honor of Dr. H. Sweet COUNTY
Church and the Gospel
In, Sunday. March 13 on the Bapttet> HEALTH DEPT. CLINIC
Greater Bethel AME
(Chorus of
21 tt Nw 4th
..-.: it.Sweeting Fcrt Lauderdale.estate Fr. Theodore (Church, Sunday March IS at 2745 N.W. 62nd St.
I pm at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 9 a.m. to 5
R Gibson, pastor of Christ Episcopal p.m.
Off** at 1112 N.W. Third Av., Miami, FI.rlda-Phone FR 12211: Church Coconut Grove 301 NW m It.
Plant at 740 N.W. nUt Aveev.-Phee. OX 10421 wiH be the guest speaker for the I Come and vote for your favorite Sat., March 12

I greetings+ Foundation Fund choir.
H. E. 8IQISMUNO REIVES. Iditol' which is used for scholarships and '
Garth C. ftatve*. Managing' Editor and Buslneae' Manager the underprivileged children. Lovely bedroom, 2 bath UNDER NEW

Other outstanding persons on 3120 N.W. 48th Terr. MANAGEMENTGallons
the program will be the Rev.' J. '
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKTIMES B. Blacknell of Payne Chapel of Large ,Duplex 2-bedroom Beauty
West Palm and Shop
Beach the Rev,
ARE CHANGING R II Lee. paster of New MI 1480 N.W. 59th St. 4520 ,,N.W. 27th Ave
Olive Baptfet Church of T o
Negroes all over the South Phone NE
are protesting against Lauderdale Special music b 6-9114
Segregation In Mores at lunch counters, etc. They are doIng DeerfieM Park Elementary We Build
so in a quiet manner, sitting and waiting to be served I Thekna McDonald of Miami and 'Cash paid for lots or homes ADDIE LIE DOWTIN
School Guest soloists will be Mrs. AGNES ROUSE
They i Open 3 to 5 JE 81340
want to be p.m.
treated just like other
people, no extraThey Mrs Rufus Cliffin, Ft. Lauderdale NERLIE DAVie
,Nn.ft Seymour Baron
are mostly college student living in a new day, GENERAL HOUSING SERVICEGeneral Licensed Builder Insured

with new ideas. They are meeting resistance, most of it i housing service, can I
pJrte building repairs, waterproofing
coming from older
people who
evidently not believe and painting. Tel MU
that "The" times are changed, and we must change with 1-2693

them.But changes Jiave come, and more will come. We no Thank You I

longer use the keroenelamp, electric light is an improve The Liberty Choir Union and -

ment. .fulfil 5We Bethany Academy, wish to thank

have glveirtipthe*.-stagecoach*- and the old hand 1 the far! r Their Wic cooperation and all participants in making : i IAf'i' L1Jl

plough. \\'e
now in automobiles, and numerou 'coven Bcund a suoress. Again,
people even change these every year. We must keep '*e thank each and everyone for
with the march of time. such a great audience.'

\Vf Ih"e In modern I hnrrnvt with modern furniture_ n____ _nrul.._ -G-W.- Smith- --president NOW I j
appliances. -- ---

We fly in plush airships, far removed from the one, scholarship fund. of the sorority _
and to her Miss
Lindbergh made his historic flight in. i I ; Dorothy Jen*
kin in her effort for the coveted
school are modern and all American are hap. title of "Miss Clnderella.A
py about these Improvements. dejtervin and popular
While the country is enjoying lady Dorothy is the fid 7OU11IIj ,.tw1W. tl. Lv now A..s tt'
all of these luxuries 51L51
many of our citizens the Inter-Club Council and the I r.sid.'s.i+d' u'is's Irawi.ws.nwn.eNi
strive so hard to retard the pro r&M Zeta AmJcetles' The' Amicettes, a'
of t
their fellow ns oi.v
American.* The Negro. group of Junior-senior hid girls 1-
Look at the time being wasted in our Congress plan and steer their activities *oas tt.sln1 c 5Mlv.s.ot S..bd.y.
since it ever to help curve juvenile delinquency _
for business.
opened Over what?
Over the Civil in our community Thto'
of Negroes. Many Congressmen do not even want Is the second of such projects .
Negroes to cast a ,"ote.'hy have they they have sponsored.
got to be treated so
poorly? Co-chairmen" Mesdames Lugen: tt
ia B Thomas. Lenora B. e
They a
are even arrested in some places and the entire
try to because they group One extend)
make an impression upon their fellow citizens an Invitation to everyone tout come
fraying and and beheld
singing. another left for ALL NEVILUXURIOUS
lour community .
Well think
change will i
come. It must come. -

This) week a group of ministers from the InterdenomInational CAL'S NEGRO s
Store Alliance attempted to visit Burdine' SECTION!
for a nit-down BAR
try. They were & GRILLE
stopped at the door. However these unceremoniously

Ize thin store, at least let it be known ministers who patron- INOW SERVING
about the matter. just how they feel 1 S t e t

Y t."*, the times are changing. In the South in spite of AND DINNER

all that's going on against Negroes the hearts of FEa.l7thru

change toftoninir. and others will fall in line. The times some will are At Popular Price JUNE Z

There must be liberty and justice for all Americans 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave.


"'.. Special Miami Transit buses direct to track from NW
3rd Are and 13th
St Starting at 7 p.m. One way 2Sc.J' .

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Liberty City .

rutom: bedroom 2 bath, ::

bultin! oven and range

y Many extra, only 3 left. .'.1,
I 550 will hold till clotinf. 1

mortgjare, no closing cost, [
f no qualifying. $995 down.
7 ----- = __ .
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Fully Furnished

2-oedroom, garage, n e t
and well cared for. Utility

room, jalousied porch, ter-
riffic deal. Only $85 month

I Iy. To tee it- i* to buy- it. Straighten your hairat

LataLoti Lots HOME in

40 x 129-$2,200
one easy application!
,aY F -::-- =- .: .a---

c Hollywood
Now you can have the
looking, straight hair
Spectacular you've admired. Th
easy Silky Strata home method
a. New 3-bedroom 2 bath CBS give you profeasional-typa results leave your hair
Built in easy to manage, ready to style
oven and M you desire. Your
Wendell Graham rn of Mrs. range. hair
faihioa flan stays
nxxidod straight Jo.ncwon' ,
Dorothy Graham and ShanaaynaThomas tot*. by tiay Many custom feature Only humid weather. & go back even in hottest, .
daughter erf Judge and More than SO dashing few left. Only $495 down. Eajy>to-folow directions, money.back
young guarantee is
Mn. U E. 71 w. i ma-ier* and bewitching little $50 will hold. avery package _
The Zeta Group sponfiorinj m:&>d will don mother's fabulous GENTLE
XrtHftk for
laome and
Mi** Cinderella contestant huts and bags, and dad' CASH cAi&nm'a> longer,fijier Mir
Dorothy Ellen Jenkins In eon- hat and cane. This will FOR YOUR LOT REGULA sir
Junction with the Zeta AmJcettea the provide ::=::::::..- stmiftA forM+ '$dort
community an ... .
opportunity to --:*: er foantr hair.Nfe
win have a sip March 13 at the
see what the men and BRIGHT ATB
women of REALTY lac TWO CUItC JAI .
home of Mr. and Mrs. James D. tomorrow wfil look like. The tot K 125
McKeUar. 5333 NW 29th court will alto wear the latest In PL 7-S4S6 283 *. _.....
4-4 sun. Headlining the v.ot for (flair tot NW 79th St. M f t M *..?... rAt

tiM afternoon will W JrU'ft-ctp This b. beceftt tee for that' ALL COSMETIC COUNTERS





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NATURAL CASINGS ...grain led

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36 e flat bone... PORKLOINS

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PORK and BEANS for CUKES. 3*
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA I Kruibchev Going to 17 COLLEGES IN lego Brown,Clark Xavier College University, ,Morris fort

Valley State. Morehotue SouS
SATURDAY MARCH 12, 1660 Liberia FAMU SPORTS Carolina State Benedict, Southern .

University, Tuskegee Insti
Soviet tote Prairie View, Wlnstoa-
Rev. and Mrs. Gamble Celebrate Their Nikita Khnubchev has Ply Salem and North Carolina.CONSOLIDATE .

an Invitation to visit Liberia Tallahassee Seventeen
Golden Anniversary Tars news agency announced.It I schools have been Invited to i icompete
la the 10th annual
,. would be the widely trav YOUR
Florida A and M University o- BILLS
eled Khrushcnnftnt yentureIn i
of the events.
to Africa. I We Refinance Year
Coach Griffin said that com- Mortgage
Liberia Is a Negro republic set* mittee has planned to havepetition come No Payments Until March 1
up in mid-19th century with th ; in baseball, track and No Batloone-or as Sew at
aid of American philanthropistsas field golf and tennis with a for- $1,000 Sift Month
a retaIl for freed Americanslaves. mal opening of the carnival 12.000 S2S Month
: It has maintained closerendship
which will include a queen and U.OOO (40 Month
? ; >> with the United States.Khrushchev reign over the carnival
now is enroute A victory dance will be held tot MORTGAGEFR
borne to Moscow after a South all participants after the finals.
As-an tour. Schools Invited to participate 3-5446 JE 2.2122
in the two day event are: Allen Member Chamber of
fY University. Livingstone College Commerce
Alabama State College, B thune--
Thank YouThe Cookman College Knoxville Col-l

chairman and members of
the Ways and Means Committee, Highland 4-2CSS Free Consultation
the pastor and members of )It.
Tabor Baptist Church are very SOUTHERN CLINIC
gratvfu; to friends of ),It. Tabor
for the loyal support that they Urinary and Chronic Diseases

gave in patronizing. the concert Huns 10.4 247 CORAL WAY
of the Roberta Martin Singers,

..I Feb. 28. This fund-raising effortwaj Er.. by Apt. (Near 27th Ave.)
a success because of you.
M w This: moves us a step nearer to Closed Wed. Bus No. 4 to deere

the realization of our goal: Tit _
building of a new Mt. Tabor
Church: However, we must of necessity
promote other efforts in
order to raise the needed amount i
(,f funds to build. We kindly so- AFRO-AMERICAN LIFE
,kit your patronage of all of our
future: programs.

Yours in Christ.

I Chairman Mean Committee of Ways' and

Rev P. S., Brown, pastor

Elder anl M:* W Gamble Statement, of financial Conditim;

celebrated: S3 ycara eama;, life
in their beauUul tame The celeJ J Notice From Beautiful HGIBe o.
DECEMBER 31 1959
br:: lion was a ea.a atlair. T h II Your Lot ,
borne was beajUfuUy decorated Matrons 1 Council ASSETS
w.tb colorful floral! pieces and lfftv tmu

standing feras by Perry Florist.I I Al l OES Matrons who ant Bonds .-. $5,63SJ05.94:

Mont than tree hundred and working under the protection of Stocks ... 522,568.20
leaves aDd bells
fifty gold golden
and candies WH tae main a\-I the most worshipful union Grand Mortgage Loans .... ...... 195,974.26
1 I Lxxife. Free and Accepted Masons
uac'.i.n.: oothiBf could be more Real Estate 1,124,364.01
of Florida 111. C H. Henry, .- .
beautiful. It was a allM of loci
Policy Loans
grand master are asked to .-. 230,821.23Cash
rttntTnbrattce. the table Moen was
please meet
ahe Masonic
in "tractive soid the plates were Temple 1742 NW 3rd Sun Complete IvIl11ng I ..rvl. .e .. 159,974.12
decorated wait fold bells, the I day. March 13 a3 pin ave to, corolete Shares of Savings and Loan Association 180,443.26
cups Mere aloe trimmed in idd. .1 the arrangements for the PLANNING Premiuma in Process of Collection 154877.51
The Ute executive hospitality closing of the International OESQUC"e [ I o OUILDINQ Investment Income Due and Accrued 98,754.67
catered tae luncheon
croup menu, Contest. I FINANCINO
which was very elaborate ant I Other Assets ...................... 13,372.53
tasty and enjoyed by many, man/ Regional one far the letting' oi Ywr New Howe TOTAL ADMITTED ASSETS
well wishers Among the man/ Bethlehem Grand Chapter OES o REPAIRING $10,517,455.73
well wishers and heads too in April.
numerous to mention, were the I f o REMODELING LIABILITIES
mete and n pbew. Mr. and Mrs. Sitter Irene Harrison is presi!* RENOVATING
Ma.cMe Haaultta of Tallahasseeand dent and Sister Viola Hill la Reserved for Payment of Claims $8,566,820.49

two SOBS. )oIl\!. Colliers, a retired D. S. A. I* Over Twenty Years ofConctTtfttlon Premiums and Interest Paid in Advance 39,781.16

toaefcer .teo served as main ExpofitAeeaGuarantee Reserves for Taxes and Expenses 57,509.42
hostess. tataof Oother
St. Patrick's Sip action Liabilities ...... 524,017.66
pastor of Walker: Temple Church $9,188,128.73
of O d in Chrut who performeda You and your friends are isriled CAPITAL RESERVES ..... $250,000.00

solemn and sacred ceremony. Club to Eftffeth. the Sunshine Annual Community Pre-Salnt m C (' >fjffi CAPITAL STOCK .. 500,000.00
g.fu lovely
) decrtp-
Patrick's SURPLUS
Sip. Liberty
Uon were given to>> the couple SquaAudlorlum re NE 54171 579,327.00
from the Caurcae (| Cod in Sunday. March 13. TOTAL CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
Chrirt far aad near. from 4 to T p-m. Offering. Musical 1121 H.W. 29th Street $1,329,327.00

Rev Gambje has been paster- program Mrs. Mary Ellen Y laanl TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL
itg foi 2S years IB the city of Mi President AND SURPLUS
ami of which many men and .$10,517,455.73
women boys aad *iris have made
great reh.oua and civic workers; OUR PROGRESS IN 1959 IS INDICATED BY THE
wh: no* serve for the education FOu.oWING.ASSETS. .
of many .hearts, head and hands.
YALE S. LUNIN CLINIC ..... ..... $$10,517,455.73-lncrea.
Mr- Gamble W 7%
a great lover of Policyholder Reserves
humanity is the state supervisor 8,462,121.3S-lncrea.. 17%
of the women's department of Hours 10 a.m. 1 p.m. Paid Policyholders -. .... 1,123,372.86-lncrea.
the Churches" of God in Christ of Insurance in Force .
Eastern Florida.: A Evenings 5 8 5O,117,661.00-lncre. 11%
member of p.m. p.m-Closed Tuesday $114.47 Assets for
the Fr.eadsaip Garden and Civic Every $100.00 Liability
Cub Shy is also associated with
Take bus No. 14
the UghttMHMC fr the Blind. OFFICERS
The fouaetl of Church Women, Dr. James .
2237 N.W. 62nd Street H. Lewis
etc She is a friend to the friend- OX 1.1801 Chairman. j. L Lewis Jr.

less no n.g tt too dark no day too Mrs Mary Lewis President Bttach Aast. Ag ncy Olr. of tr....
long fur her to aiuAer. Accounting
your EYautive Vice Pr..-Tr....
needed calls aad causes. O. D. James, Aaot.
Mr. I. H. H Agency Dlr.
furnty T.
Friends cf the city, we the fam -- Vice ProoldtntSecretary J. P.p. Turner, A-t A."C )' of
ily are joiamj in with Rev. and James c. Evans, Viet President Patttroon, M. O,
Mrs. Gamble to say thanks to RUPTURE PILES C, E, Simmons Jr. Actuary Medical Director
you over and over again. I F. W. trvln Sr. Auditor Allen Aaat. to *WV
Mrs. Lubertha Brown. was responsible t Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins A. H. Lee. Aaalstant Secretary C.Rob.rt A. $W. Gray, Attorney
: for the program which ["eell'" painless, "o. I J. A. B*".. Agency Director
was very short and spicy. Professor -urgical office trtatmtnta at lew teat- L. M. Argrett AaaL Regional Director Texas
no IOM time Agency Dlr.
or Income. Deceased
Avoid MtmborBOARD
Jra McCall was at the surgery and hoapltallxatlen. Why
piano. Thanks again to the executive wear truss? Why suffer, delay and pet worse f

hospitality group who is CONSULTATION OF DIRECTORS
doing a tangible Job making FREE 9 F. W. Barnta >.
Special Bishop C. A. .
Olbba *
others medication, treatments, diets for J. A. Batta J. 8, Me La no
nappy. Again we thank arthritis, ".urit..., ul. Mro. M. E. Harris
you. May God bless you. I cera. blood preuurt, oinu. anemia, lost vigor, chronic dlaaasea Mr*. Mary L Botach Rv. J. J. Heath KoUoV L .D. Mlls.a
Rev, and Mrs. Gamble of men and women. .. H. Butntl, II Rn. M. L Hut' L. Parr .
"y C. L Simmons. J..
And ChildrenAdvertise F. W. 1",1., ar. Allen
DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING L D. Ervln Dr. Jamoo H. Loo H. LewU. o. L Waalal.....

21 S.W. 11th Ave, FR S.Z741 o A Gtntral Health ..", ic. James- C. Evan Ja", .. L L....' Jr. Dr. I. f. Willlatrq

It Pays! Life Honorary Member *. Board Member I.erttuaTHE

Aif/we/ S Steamship Ticfcefs Cosf WO MORE When Puuhased At NORM'S TJMYft BUREAU

a. lint lv.\V. 3rd Awou* .Phone Fft 96779 Uf DEilVFR '





EDUCATE FOR FREEDOMMiami these the title of vice president Rutherford and C. A. Shaw.
was bestowed uron the following: The surcess of the company for
Messrs J. L. Lewis Jr., F. W. the past year as well as for its
Ervin ST.. J. A. Ditts, C. E. Simmons 58 years of operaten might be
-- -- Jr. A. II. Lee L. M., Argrett observed by the reading of the
Editor Shunned Engineering Career Robert W. Gray, T. R. annual statement on page ft.Q. .

And The Lure of New York to Serve AFRO INSURANCECO. ----,

Flondianstu.no HOLDS

H eve ambition from a boy

A as to bvoetne editor of a newvjper Afro-American Life Insurance
,* In September, 1923 that Co. held its annual [ :
..mD1u..a >*as realized .beD be meeting from Tuesday morning: ,
uo.ianed flat issue of The
tae : *'<*>. 2*, through Saturday evening
.&.arnl T.mes. Feb. %1. The annual manager

,x'. 4J was in 1M1 that a cylinder conference began co Tuesday
s p..5* MM bought. Ten years muratag w.th J. A. Bates agency
....er a linotype and mere equipment director in charge. T. P. Tuin-
were ,uicnaed. In IWiOc er assistant agency director In
I P..A," wa moved to 1U own charge of Texas made the key
wauoini m LuiKrty City feavinc note speech on the onference
4 ".Ll iH.ce at 1112 KW 3rd ave. theme: "). Daltment Training

.r Today The Trees has ten rc,- a.id SupervUton.- Greetings went J
u.if eni*....>ee' During its 47 t>r u.ht to the conference by Dr. I
cats me paper oas gene through James H. Lewis, chairman-presi !
dent. Mrs. Mary Lewis Detach, I =
many trying tim. depmaiens,
I autr.eftfi bourn and bust but. executive' vice pretdent-treasur-
it can bit teat not a single. er. I. H. fluency II, vice presi
I I we\.k hat a mated its visit to toe doM-crc4ary The annual ;
.i.ntoi vf its patrons in and out award, of the manager of the
4 the state. year was won by J. O. Mather.INHYI ,
I I << of the Jacksonville dill -
An KptopaUan from his bKth!
: The Managers' ;
___ 6Q. iteevc >*as ordained a >r
z.-- was concluded" on Friday after-
ierf#tual D acoB In St. Agra
tUlt'lber51pamuDd cnuren tries served as assutaat m. n
Kt-cvi, ediior-pubUfther The Tier annual. meeting of the $1
10 the pnwt until 1044wfecn be
Mimi Tunes, was born at Nu- '-' rs. Afro-AMTtefl Peaslen Bureau .
*..., ......*, Bat.h West InOHIO. u c CtiurMi cf tee lacarnattoflArtcrc was teeM un Friday' at 3 pm.
The bard of directors met Intat'ir
.Ja he atilt serves.
I annual I meeting on Saturday -
rv U spent a part vf Brf bay \A\irk.t4t\ m tee ctxnmuaity. moraine at 10 am. Tae .
hwe4 wji tit tea dMte of ha KwVva itaM Mrrvca as 1e UuAt;; a board directors dinner was
1....,.( yew 1A 4 4 a magistrate! and a.ivctor and ao as ehoifaa olMC 1 I of
heal at 12cM p.m. at the N e w
+.wwM pacip tor Quay years.ta CAriatian nwiMUi. Board frl 1 I hunton ItigJi School ,with over
ito** uu lather oectdea that lh"-Wft, dustman of. tee Carter 200 jatt.ad ace with the honoreU -
rut MM iMiwUMi give e i&.af nBg air Bram.6: rf uu YMCA VICe .
g.....u being tee. president's
>. la.* i Mtia but Lwe woYU, eMirm of Ute Greater Miami 1.060 Club members The guest
area Ak4fV_ wis net s+irry. be- Urban League, vie chairman of f
a t.key for this occasion was What do
c ue a p bop of tee llth Episcopal Dis-
lie ai MI caacee la 1900, and Cavst.; director of tee Dad e trio He rack a very knprcsiive mean CLEAN.! ..
l ariMi M> M* type *a tae oHieeui Cu..ntl"uuac Democratic Asweiautn and infurmative speech with thesiatytct
UK Maftuina aims, a wrrkiyluurBal. duvctur uf the Dunbar Ming The New Negro". CLEAN.. .CLE1!N? ;
Nitnery' ; director of tee Cocnmunit Amtm* the disUnguiahed: guests
He u *a west U Tbc NauU ) Chest, d.rector of tee prwent- were I4 hop C. Glbbs and MZ
wtii.u, W CVfVtyiete bit ap- Un-al Miami Civic League; BiibuI W F. liall. A. ua o
prtiiierariip, m.m6 f of tee A4fe ry Hard of I Tbt .t lx' oe west k UK- City H", istr.ats, director of the Sca- <';d 4: 10? E. Union St at which I CRISPEST, BRIGHTEST TOM wrenN

'.,oA...." flaai, vpwcatod by a r &Wna' Club. ...... l.r .MHM! reports werepTMcntcd. l >
IM"uIaW uC tee M U* ui TaM Aaa- He bee rwvid plaques feast d.rvcters were elected COLUNS
&_ e aaiewl.. u. .Ib..... a+A'itehild the Ktenda Male TuaeAers' As- and utter bos taws matters conducted II MADE WITH CLEANTASTINGJ
w &.v.c lwie+t a.w-v". .. cad vtwkl sad **.RaM. Oraage Btosiomfk I I
III s..e ",u..o y LeberLinent, ...lciaa. AatKetatMa ..f tee The t*..nJ of directors asMtnb -!
.,..4.,... 1tautietans .
tut4 uioftui. but pTia.ni ink Geikuralia.ytie. 4'd after the stockho kiersm
V'%M w oa v.ua* a k returuvUto ..>ticits for the election' of cflicers -
tae Aaau Guardian. CiUUu mm the Advisory!! A.' of ho former officers'I
ill UM.' >
UUt k Mu i4 gu wl.o busiriewb.r .. Cu aauiaity( Ca Mti Builders oft -- --
a.m.1u "MM M4 tie Kchit ;- ,'U.4MI) "f VbdriwA, the. KfeUocC
r ion. Wuit.ag, tquiprntsi4, IW Iii. bur '''4 1 wk via Mi.ea. AMM..4IIdcft of Gotwfwill.. for the
\0 .RoNti tutaar puraeta.ui su c.o ?( Florida and Sua11t1M
v. fl.N.. ,., Beauty CultureIn CREDIT IS O.K. ATBAKER'S
eta b to a.AW l ward l\ e *
Yria. iii oW..w. k &wait two u U.a ua,, LN. A. I'. Jiuiijr .ad I C. t>v .et aw. a prtai. I>r. Hwa .4 Miami, and was the recipieat
tar. eau .101I *rat fugue fur t a g.d watch and seroU. dept.
Jei.+. iL., u.gai&" JW.yW to taita3e
1.4 p.+&M .w Iio @eaeMler upta.
tai: II .awl truaU.ea wa.n -store:
grist "M.. a rrrer. 4Wd andwtut FINISH FAMU
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Tae Mag.: Pnawa Company Taahaaeca: Forty< 1A.e.IIW, UM bewrj I>r. dealswee.MH. the requirements > :' North Miami
u_..., w .uhI8t.. 11ev. S. A. fur d.reea'" thing tee first semester ; ; : 137 jpe |
::H,.&..""., ..ce 1M.a.at cad at Florida A and M Uai-
N e.+wtesr 144V ai -retary andttti.la wraity.Accordiag.
aIW1.. C. Bt+e4.e. aau- to a rek-ate triad
,. ..".. the eific* of AdmisaioM aDd
JlHcunat. two siudraiB met the NCI MONEY DOWN
$u m iouo4 a priatl&x outfit un.v rwty's nquirvmeaU for the
a; i tawA Cttjr. Ta cry master tf 4tratioo degree and
POW>..<..... a aaa ep cuxl bmtawu 44 utatr euenpiet.d work for
at -*-* AVC. U, new" N.W. 2&4 ave. the ba hrJoc of seteeee degree.D '
1tareti, a4Mi as pttt tt A kldIWN will not be conferred
for san. +J rages, a* &e. unt .IPVM nit' apr.ng conwnenrementx take many months u> pay !

t..awa grew." ..Mi. ..,.s "hMh will be held May
A setazi The Miami Sea M '7 The
paprt at pie speaker for tee
w"- puiriistird. but wild Ule tearc.i run*.... baccalaureate! and cum f s s

,> tat .*.. ,....at and lack of menoMnrnt exercises will be Dr : ';it':" v-; ';.';';; : ;. ':.' '.": '...' '-: .'.' -' fe' a fyou > ;':"- '
p.4.t. Wu44aest, after. five B oaaua F. Mays, president of
iaw.. a. .; waa hCwkd to duouoUBU Moth: use Collf. Atlaata FrjcmqMji&t -
.t M.anuaas completing all re-
la yjl!l tte boujiil out hi part- quirvmenu .for the bachelor de-
note atM meted the buwnww re etc were Boamm Brown,
846 NW TSJxi Ave. Th toW)w- G.dI! Dr."n Freddie Murray .
.ni .-iaf tie purchased a 12x11 I'' Le. P.t'n. a'd Sara:ref W.!sOD -
souf/Ys credit department

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KNOCKING ABOUT our ".,. complete story of the book. Mostof "The Mating Game y AND5MtuiON]
fice11 a brochure (a bookletof the photography Is done by N T .tNovrLTHATWasHato..DmouNCto POPU atAD fYI 1 1I
facts and. figures, you Dave Bondu. The printing of w -,
ninny!) The bookletdea1a with course, .was done by the Miami .
the Improvements L. L. Brooks Times. "- i
and ha Bended Collection Agency Air C*ndltl.nedCAPITOLS
have done in the improvement of Whether you like the book or
slum conditions here in our sec the man or the story we sug
tion. Oar notations in this space Jut that you read It We are Informed -
have been more or less critical a copy may be had tree THEATRE
on most subjects, hence we let by writing L. Brooks, Bended
the booklet lay around several Collection Agency 1163 NW 3rd SAT. MIDNITESun
weeks to find some fault. We ave. or just by stopping in and Men.. Tues, Wtd. I
c u1dn'U requesting a copy.
Must of you who have lived in "YAMBAO"Plwt
Miami for tAe last 10 or IS yean The power of the press is i I Bartonjarfcara: RashJaiSOa'Asafo II
must have had some taste a strong factor In forming public
of living in slum or undesirableareas opinion. One of our local dallies "Attack of The 50 Foot ICtl..J..1III
so you should appreciatethe is running a series The Boy Behind Woman t. i D
vast improvement of these The Gun.' It is about the
conditions that Mr. Brooks Is instrumental 17-year-old killer who has allegedly r
confessed to PLUS -
in making killing seven -
Twenty-five years in property: persons from California to

management and community ser- Miami. AIR CONDITIONED' THE MOST
vice is the inscription on the cover I l
page of this booklet an ape The series we figure is written DECISIVE;:
with an obcious tendency i RITZTHEATRE
of the progress by
toe Bonded Collection Agency to vindicate the youth by blaming : BATTLE:
his parent and the death of
of a century and I
during a quarter
the contribution made by the his mother for his crimes. The r ?' IN
founder and owner in the communities I series of articles has already softened NOW SHOWING NAVALHISTOfW
the hearts I
worked. of those who
where h.
The introduction* the book is were up in arms against these II "RISE AND FALL OF w f' ,oJ 1 1I 1I.
written by Charles C. North a brutal slayings.. There are LEGS DIAMOND"
member: of the company's public I I sions now that whether Fie dJJcua-1 Plot
relation suit Other articles, include abandon its capital
a newspaper man's observation in favor of life Justice and Caryl

by Trexzvant Anderson of Regardless of family background k Chessman"FRITZ
the Pittsburgh Courier and a regardless of age, anyone ',
"contributors" frank view of the, who kills wantouly as this 1 .'-
man and his contributions.Cnarles .i young boy has done should be
Lockhart another member cunished, in fact they should be I I.:, ?..CUFf RQBEETSOH'CIA S01A ._-
01 the public relations staff relieved of their association with .... -
IMtQ10r"t lid hues .vsir!!l
submits one of a series of radio society-forever. I -- ._; ----.jyy...fpjl' _
talks that he has cooducted in a
cleanup ornpiiiri.Perhaps I .

the highlight of the'21page Sugar Ray Loses AND
brochure is a number of SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY I
testimonials sent in by men and
women from aU walks of life. $1,750 BUNCHETHEATRES
Included are doctors, ministers OP MISSILE AND MIRTHI
lawyers real estate men, school Mrs, Luna Robinson an interior [ "HILARIOUS MIXTURE -" '

principals, newspaper editor, decorator, has "won' a round' t 2 g0 z
YMCA leaden community leader
from boxer Sugar Roy Robinson I
u. .ell u unpretentious citizens. She Starts Sat., March 19 ...+.r- -. WTHCHl Ii
was awardeed $1,750 damages FIRST
The many pictures that adorn in New York State Supreme FULLLEMOTHO

the book tell the story with more THE GREAT ''
force than perhaps, the printed Court+ in her $100,000 suit 'it (FEATURE
words. For example, a series ofshots charging the former middleweight PORGY ?1,. *_ FILM!!!
tell the housing story champion made remarks
with before and after pictures reflecting t
on her morals when
better than words could describe.
The several shots of community- she tried to collect a $378 bill WILL TRAVEL
civic participation of Brooks and POITIER 4i; RO .
the many state and community DOROTHY DANDRIDGE .. r i
awards certainly gives the readers LEGAL NOTICE
more visual Interpretation of SAMMY DAVIS JR.
the story beinj unfolded by this NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS PLUS -
Examples of the company's beginning Notice is that the "THE BRAMBLE BUSH"
is cited in the Introduction undersigned, desiring to engage Adults $1.00
of the book -starting Ina in business under the fictitious
single room of a three room name of PRINCE SUPER MARKET Students 75c
shack" and the progress_over_the 1048 N.W. 2nd Avenue. Children
course of Z3 years U reflected in Miami, Fla., tntelWb--t reglstet I SOc STArT TH''R"DAY:
the picture of its mobile fleet of the said name with the Clerk of
telephone equipped cars and wagons the Circuit Court of Dade CounI I
its modernized air conditioned Fla.W.
main office u well as the J. Prince, Owner
ten or more branch offices spreadout I March S 12. 19. 28 REGISTER TODA Y
over aU the communities ,
they serve the Greater Miami xy-C--xxxy. >c y xyc-.cx vcwv -- 4a w

Pompano.area Ft. Lauderdale, Goulds and I ENROLL NOW IN .

Reflected also In picture is the SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL
advances made in racial understanding '
and goodwill the ; .
among :
"white collar" staff rsonneL k For a Life Long Profession -\ .

Up to a few years ago the company .t.
Florida's Oldest Reliable and School .y
had all while clerical employees. Complete f .
Tcday the picture is
different The company U made 1' 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998 t ti
up with interracial employee t 4'
throughout its accounting and Y v r v r Y {
clerical staff This progress is reflected i
in pictures appearing of .vi
the staff personnel
Mayme Bcndu interviews Mrs. DRESSESThousands .
Gladys Brooks wife of Luther 1I
Brooks and applies the truism f yA11
"behind every successful man of Beautiful NEW Dresses
there is a good woman." She VALUES TO $25.00
calls them a very happy couple.
The art work Is by William Mc-
Bride. In center pages' of the book Only $1.00 and upUNIFORMS
is a composite picture of Mr. i A
Brooks participation in several 0I
community-civic' endeavors. The I I TECNNICOLoRekMw
art and pictures reemphaslz* theSTUDIO

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Social Activities Commit 12) N.W. 14th Street
Cl tee of the First Unitarian Rev. J. I_ Johnson pastor

r to urdi Church which bleated at 46 Sunday School ., .............. 930
me SW 29 road, to sponsoring an aU- Morning Worship 1100B.
family church picnic at Creadon T. U, 830
Park from 2 pjn. until midnight evening Worship -- -- 730
on Saturday, March 12. Visitors are always welcome

-John Doe in Hell" wall be the
FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev sermon subject of the Rev. Robert ANTIOCH BAPTIST
WALKER TEMPLE Church of The Open Door W. Sonen on Sunday March Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor
c. J. Burner pastor (Church of God in Christ) 13 at 11 am.Fciowing A. L. Jobnvoa. reporter

Claudia Wilson reporter 1789 N.W. 9th Terr. Dr. (Congregational) the service a covered Sunday School ______ 9:43
Sunday School ....... ..., iJOManung Minister S. McIntyre, H. C. McDowell, pastor I luncheon will be held. Guest
Morning Service 11.150
worship ........... 11:00Evening Elder J. J. James, pastor Rev. McDowell is continuing' speaker will be Dr. Ernest BTU 330
._ _ Kuebler, director of the
worship - 7.-00 Sunday School his department
10:00 sermons during Lent on of education for the American evening worshipTRIUMPH "...._,,. 1M
Nan Service
-Witnesses "
Let us continue in prayer for YPWW IZOO to Ills Passion. Each Unitarian Association.
sick and shut-Ins, also those SJO Sunday there is a different wit: CHURCH
our sickness. Those who Evening Service ....,.,,.,,.,,, 1:00 ness. That evening at IIS an open
who have hcuse for new members will
Sunday be Prince H. Mob
new members were received pastor
out of town on death occa
are TEMPLE BAPTIST into the fellowship of the held at the parsonage, 8133 Riviera Sister S. Daniels reporter'

s.ons church and the Sacrament of Drive, Coral Gables. School of Wisdom -........... lOtfOCxming
Sunday School ... .- ,,,, 9::30 Holy Communion was given. : service -.............. too
NEW BL1HLL ISAarISTU11 BTU Morning woship _....._ 11:00 Some of our young people attended -I GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Y. P. t:. Band __. 631
N.W. 08ih Terrace soo Tuesday and Friday _____ LOS
Evening worship _. 7.-oo a Youth Rally at the Miami Rev. William F. Savoy, pastor
Rev Krnc; Williams pastor Shores Community Church. 14th Ave. and 69th Street
L B. Brown,, reporter Funeral' services for Mrs. Rev Nicholas: Seleo accompanied' Sunday School 930 BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST
Sunday Crawl .-..........." tJflMoriunj Elizabeth Williams will be held them and they reported a very Morning Service' 11:00
Bru orihip ........ 1100 sao Saturday 2:30 pjn. at Temple. pleasant evening spent. Westminster Fellowship __. f.00: Rev.2749 E. D.N.W.Richardson 49th Street pastor

Cv Ring' worship __________ 7:00 The men of the church will On Palm Sunday a group of MT. AARON BAPTIST Annie Pratt reporter
sponsor a program Sunday at children: now receiving instruc Sunday School .............., 9.30
The pastor and members of MO: psn. This premises to be Ions under Mrs. Michelscns lead 6410 N.W. 13th Avenue Morning worship --_,. JOt:
New Bethel wish to thank eah' quite interesting and a numberof ership will lead the service and Rev. C. W. Scott, pastor Evening worship --- 7:00
and every minister and friend their friends will be parUdpsting. receive their first communion. Dea. Earl Colden,. clerk
who helped make our 30th ao-i The public is invited. They are planning and building Sunday School --...r..,.. ..10
nu*) association a success. It wu!J the service for that Sunda". We Morning Worship .....,,... 11:00 Don't Fret Fight!
odeed our pleasure to be host to'' The women headed by Mrs. are hoping that you will plaa to BTU 9.-00
a'J> of you. The Holy Spirit was Florence Itatburn. are having a attend. I Evening Worship 7.-00
was plenteous. May, God continue tonight (Friday). Both groups are friends and visitors. The doorsof
to strengthen our moderator AS going all out for the annual contest the church are always open on
be assumes his tasks for God. which closes on March 27. Sunday mornings 11 aja. at the

Again, we want to thank all of Parents auditorium of the Seventh Day I OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU r
you and also our visiting friends. are asked to cooperate Advrntia School Auditorium, NW
in sending their children out on XKh It and 23th ....
U you'd like to hear food time to the rehearsal for Easter. SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
preaching come to New Bethel EBENEZER METHODIST
where his humble savant Her I I The film showing. administration PSYCHIC READER
E Williams, will fill you with of Lord's Supper in the Rev Aaron D Hall! pastor
soul reviving messages. Wont Protestant Catholic. Jewish and Ernestine L. lUmbrtck. roporut
you wcrshlp with us this week? l Eastern Orthodox Churches, during Sunday School _______ ".II
BTU hour last Sunday was Morning service .._._ Il.tK: j
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY | quite interesting and informa Evening service .....--._., 1.-<<
tive. Congratulations to Miss D.
Mrs. Alice Evans teacher at L Hart the projectionist, who "You deny Christ when you
Phyllis Wheatley School, will selected the picture. fail to deny yourself for Christ"
(lead the discussion at the Bahal The public is Invited to attenda
Center 137 NW llth are 7 pjn. ST. MARY'S CM. CHURCH Pre-St Patrick's Day FrappeS "
Sunday. March 13. Her subject on Sunday. March 13 from 4
_..J be The Search For Happtms. 3134 NW 23rd Ave. to f PA. This is an annual affair
." Everyone is cordially In- Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor sponsored by the senior usher
ved to participate in this discussion. MIL Mildred Thomas, reporter board No I and is held in thee.1iMa1
Sunday School -TT-TT.--. 930 ant.i .. hall of the church.
I Prayer service Wed. ........... 738 The Dorcas Circle will have
CORINTH BAPTIST Morning worship _____ 11.00 charge of dais meeting. on Tuesday -
Evening worship 7:00 nijbt.
Rev W T. Thomas, pastor ,
1430 N.W. 39th Street w: Sunday School was opened by The Feast of the Seven
Phone OX 1-6493 I Mrs S. Dattkins who also led th* Tables wUl be sponsored by the ht r7 yewro eI Ksprs4e se. tilde aad protect goes Uu....bLit.
Sunday bcnuol ............... Hfc devotion. The classes took their I January Club en Thursday. UMhip U Moos
Marring worship ....,......, 1ItO respective places with their March 17 at S p-m. in the social as s Ugbtbwr. gvWes
Evtang worship .....-., 1)0 teachers. The pastor ,"iecdbl hall of the church. The public is W1IKA (7T1IKIU4 FAIL YOU -KK MM

and and successful bear a gospel pastaCame preacher le&son. invited.Our sick and shut-ins arc For Success in Business And Lov

I Morning devotion was led by Sisters M. Davis. 13821 NW 18th CONSULT HERS -
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. I the pastor. After be lectured a court; Helen C. Branch 14(0 NW -
few minutes the testimonial service 3th place; Poinsiana Rosier 1312 You can now h.v. your bom mad. happy
E. M. Thomas pastor I followed and everyone was NW atb ten Blanche Coins Get and Hold the position you so long wantedDon't
Phyllu Myna, reporter happy Number one and two WftlA NW 27th ave; Anna Stay In the nit out now
Sunday School .._____..____, 0:43: choirs and the Male Chorus furnished Smith 2301 NW 33th terr.; Le- get
Morning Worship ._ __-,_ 11:00 I music with their orgsn- oia Coal ,. 1912 NW 8th ave, By the help of God she can help you

BTU 3JI lit Miss Phyllis Ferguson and and Nellie Grames. 1936 NW SlUt Influence if sick worried or in
Evening VTorshio ,,.....,,., 7:00 i Albert Carey their director. Remove .. you ar ,
r Both senior and junior ushers atDuring the morning worship troubUU
Sunday morning our pastor served there will be Infant baptism andreception will Ivy y. U* call aid a.. this Gifted tit"" .. KlnCWhere
came before us with the morningsermon
which was "Move And' Evening devotion .was led by of members to the full IkouMUMi COOM yearly for help sad *advice yo* too CAM
of the churdLTRINITY
I' membership
Take Away The Stone. I the pastor. He delivered a short be loathed. by tide atraag miou power
The sick and shut-ins are Sis message and one was added to
L"* M. Smith, Ullie Brooks I. the Christian family. holy Communion C. M. E. WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

Bro. Winifleld, Rev. Stephens! was administered and all 2014 NW. 5th CourtW Tb was God who dellveevd MOM ADd Uthildrwi of ..... #.

Su M. Gray and Sis. S. Thomas. the choirs: furnished musk with V. Geary, minister of old. U still alive today sail will open a ray for yoa taron' **
the and ..__.._._.. .. 931
Mrs G, McFord at organ Church School .. : L- him UU .. Wind lead or
u.. u", bifid .. of Ut- nut jom
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. both ushers' boards served. Morning worship _.__ lift
Evening worship ...___._ 7:01 fom stumble with bias.
J. W. Stevenson pastor The general superintendent and Do yon doubt ..... -siMMM of Map IWCMUM yew C.BM MOWluU
M. T. Copeland, reporter staff take this method of thanking Trinity will have her second attest

Sunday School ____________ Mb each and everyone who appeared quarterly conference this week tavUtbl and meads that.
Morning worahip __ IhM on the opening: program of end. Rev T R Wells. P E. will dooe Work of tho w.tvw
are u. our conference on Feb. 24 andcooperated held the bonnet session of the make "'........, .,.......... lUdla and TttorUlon pnObloT

Evening worship 70 with us. It was very quarter on Friday night The A seed ...,.... II pruvU, !!. eoocld.. vrrt, sliest la .....
Services successful. Sorry that Rev. Allenof Elder will be the morning speaker dark Mut. or ob 01......... THERE 18 AN ""UKHKK
will fellow the usual
Key West our treasurer was on Sunday During Sunday
procedure. We wish to thank the unable! to be with us because of morning services Ben Ho well wUl POWER-
EWv. O. L Hicks for his inspiring illness The whole diocese is be given a special appreciationfor Therefore acquaint "our- !" ,
m**'ges. They were enjoyed by praying for his recovery and for his long and faithful service E
aa. We are expecting our pastor ill the sick. ss a railroad fireman. The No. I self with the one who la an f
to be at his put on Sunday steward board will have a lun- Authority. Whoa private
i March 1J. THE INCARNATION cheon at the church annex following consultation will evolve you :'

The No. 2 usher board Invite Church School and Adult morning service. On the to a higher state of mind. 4 w,
you to attend a St Patrick Day ._._._ 930 third Sunday Trinity will have
Tea Sunday, March, 1J at the Solemn Sung Mass ..------ IOU: Its Dixie flnt Park Mammoth Community Tea Center.at the All Information is t
borne of Mrs Dorothy Cooper ...__. 1:30:
EYC Meeung ----r
rededl- Confidential
4710 N.W. 23th ave. 46 pjn. Lt Evensong: ..'_'- .- -.--. ... 1.30; AD MEs are asked to this 'Lenten Strictly
us turn out in large numbers and cite themselves during a r
help make it a success. The pub- On Sunday. March IJ at the season Offito HoursRandft Y ..m-a pm .r
I* Is also invited.: SoUsnn Evensong with a program 10 _-.. to 1 ...
Soutins are Deacon Preston and of Sacred music the St. Cecelia Matthew Temple AMEZ
Deacon Lau,. Let us vitsit and Choir will be featured MO p.m.Mrs. Don't Write-Call in Person ,
Pray for them. Three connected Thelma Johnson McDon- 1628 N W. 3th Avc.
to the church oo the first Sun old as soprano soloist and Wil Sunday School ..._.._..__ 93:4= DAILY IlKADIXQ fI.OO UP
day. McKenzie as baritone soloist Morning worship _-__ 1I.Of:
Evening worship ...___ 100 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE


Richmond Hrtrht cordially invited. You must try.
Rev. L. R. and attend one of these services: V.W 4th Ave. and 11th Terr
Brown pastor 16S7 NW. 73rd St Miami
series will not be Phone FR 9-1424 ,
Wllma Harris reporter because cur
Sunday held during the summer months.We MASSES
School .. Mtt
cultureto Osily _..,..... Ian
Morning worship ..........., SUM do feel it has brought 7-It 830 a.a ------- I
ACE League __ _ Ut our church tad community Sunday era


TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Ushers' Tea PotentateVisits Imperial Potentate' Ancient
I J. I of the Mystic Shrine of North
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1960 Ushers Board No. 4 of Greater ,.... Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles
Bethel AME Church cordially: and South America and its
invite the public to attend its Jurisdiction, Inc. who arrived
Tenth Annual Pre-Spring Tea i n t he city last Sunday night
Sunday. March 13 4 to 6 pm. 0( after having assisted Noble
Church basement. 245 NW 8th Raynell Sloan. In a most informative -
st Mrs. Louise BTaylor will 01 and inspirational desert

the speaker. conference: in the Oasis of West
r Palm Beach.
Royal 20 Club NewsThe I
He brought us greeting from
Itoyal; Twenty 'Women'sClub
of Coconut Grove held its the Imperial Council and commended
; K
; ; the Temple
; regular meeting at the lovely upon pro-
that it had made. After
hrme of Mrs. Carlee Daniel with r tress
Mru. Hattie McDonald presiding. I I netting forth ways and means ofoperating

LOCAL MORTICIANS art busy ..5E.1.J'ct ..ghtng on NW The meeting was devoted to and promoting a successful
planning their :3rd executive _': .: and 3rd are, Voter regisj :the formation of plan for the annual and progressive Temple
board meeUnu her April< 23 0 o. ;., ate! s.et.out-Tbe" $Gte dance sponsored by the he challenged the Nobility to
SHn.ane S S Ciub will feature ,1''C"S.. .'uuatf* aDd parties for c:.ub. This dance is to be held In make themselves felt In the community -
lovely Shirley: Johnson and Vivian .Oren" oooctned' w the Dade April but final plan will be put,i and double Shrinedan'snumerical
Long at it* Figure aad County Chiklrve' Home and .nto effect at a later date. strength
Fashkn Show Sunday. March 39. .vd;.* uf other civic and community Mrs Vassie Denard thanked'' 1I
at James E. Scott audit. Coatact bettennea project the haste*; for such a lovely re- Illustri-us: Potentate Samuel
Fat ioftf'tte' Beauty!' Salon far, Leav u* not say -Rest inFVce" ,east which was enjoyed by all ft Sweeting wa) charged with the
ticket Dt. Elk of Greater to the Jaycw They are The next meeting will be held task of leading the Nobility to
Miami Temple 769 will celebrate, :K>I dead nor will they ever die. ai the home of Mrs. Vassie Den 1 new and higher plain of Shrine-
their (*vreet) 16th anniversary Ye, \\Vdnofday. March 16, 9 ard en March 13. -- dom in the Oasis of Miami. (Incident
Friday, March 18 at Club Ml. Dt.I P m., 5663 NW 13th ave IS an 1m- Kazah Temple No. 149 w a "I :y the membership drive is
fleeter Riven and Gertrude p.flint date, time and place. Special PTA Meeting honored 'with a visit from Hon- on. You may contact any Noble
crable Booker T Alexander for further information).
Saunder are lilted for reservations Special note: To all former and I

United Homeowner present Jaycee*-Listen, you guys Parent of children attending I -'
Ass'n are inviting you to their there' no its, and and buts Dursey Jr. High are urgently requested .
First annual Tea If* at the homeof aboat it The Northwest Miami to p lease be present
the Carlton Finleys 66th *L, Jaycees i* your baby you just Monday night. March 14 at 8
Sunday March 27. g ita be there to help mrith its p.m. In the auditorium for our NEW APARTMENTSLow
ri-o1rt Miami expects It. monthly PTA meeting.A .

VIRGIN' ISLAND'S Raider special program concerning
Steel Band will be here in concert MARCH AND A HAPPY I the 9th grade articulation will be
and dance at George Carver BIKTIIDAY TO YOU televised. Also, a complete storyof Rent
April 1, the lunch room situation
llUh School audit concerning
March 9 Carl L.
: Johnson '
James E. Scott Community I the children will be
8 pan. Beaulah
A. Pinder 10th Alvin J.
Asa'n will have Its an-' :thoroughly discussed. 820 N.W. 70th St.
nual membership meeting Wednesday tuners, Erma J... Frederick,
Juamta Mann; llth, Betty Bui- I
March 30. Highlighting lard. 12th Lillie P. Attention
the evening will be buffet supper Ft ankie Shumake. John L. 830 N. IV. 70th St.
and entertainment The BN'AnCHa Mudraw*, Ed I The Licensed Practical Nunes'Club
Gleaner Social and Civic dub will meet at the YMCA
dan Co Shjmake, John Davis; 13th 5770 NW 15th
an conut outstanding Grove way croup, will celebrate George Lambert Sands; 14th, Elmira March 13. We would. ave.appreciate Sunday Free Hot and Cold Water
Fannin Haral D. Johnson
their 14th anniversary with a ; every member's presence.
I 15th, A. J. Sbootes. Horace
dance at Bayfront E. Eve, president
conpHmentary Siirun. Nellie Nicholson One Week's Rent Free
Park Axil 15 They raved Carl S. Hall Flora D. ;Hadley 16th L. PerpaU, reporter
Ball and
0the Pounan'i
Clubs affair Maggie Lumpkins, Jeffrey Keith Near Schools and
crowned King of Coachman, 17th Leroy Sargent; Loyal 59ers Shopping
But the
tope some
March 18th. Christina Carter; 19, Wllhclnuna The Loyal gen heW its regular -'I _
Complimentary! -
Sportsmen 24 I* really going to be it. Rhctta. Alvttda M. Ferguson meeting at the hone of Mrs.I .. _,, c.'f __.... ." .. ,
CoateUa Davis Judith Clements, Sunday Feb. 28.
Mile The members wish to thank
HAPPY DAYS art her again' her for a very lowly repast
An important date, an important Fashion FlairsOf The next meeting win be heldat PROFESSOR HOMES
time, an important event the home of Mrs. Birdie NeaL
The date: Wednesday March 1960The 10C8 NW 66th *t. March 13. I
16. The time: 9 pjn. The event The club proudly present its Psychic StudioTrue
Northwest Miami Junior Chamber first affair. A Hair Style Fashion
of Commerce "Roundup"night. Business and Professional Show and Tea combination May
Important because on this Women of Murrell Branch 8 at the Liberty Square auditor- A
dale, and at this time, former and YWCA will sponsor their fourth urn 6306 NW 14th from 4-7
present Jaycee, young and not annual l -Fashion Flair of I960* pm The public is aVe"Invited True rHvice save many dollar and
on March 20 at 4 at the home
So young anymore, will gather at pjn
the home of past president' William .i t he Edward Braynons 1160 ( urtoUJ worries. Why go through life
McBride, 5603 NW 15th ave. XW 53th Terr. Outstanding mod J J
fer an evening cf fun frolic fellowship els and personalities will appearon RINWRRN RANpSUFFERERS l'', u hapfy? Bring this ad I'll show

food and fan-fare the program. Amon them will .
What's really important to this o 0 Vaughn Jacob, Arthur King you the way to *ucce* A natural
column and should be important Harolean Storr, Ann Smith Rutn n spot rMs MT warns Mb*. woven, i
Austin Frances Clarke. The tatrtrsa ataar .Uoroa.lM etas y born true medium.
to aH Miami is the tutthat pub- .. AiP.anarwa .aww..sar.
at some time during all the .C w mviied to spend an enjoy roan uawso.r ssw n. sassy t
frolic and fan-fare, the** guy abe evening at this affair fl w we-. ass ....s soeror ra.m.a
.a..rsc *-Maas ......
are going to take time out and x"P.su1r aeon P Take bus 14 to door, look for hand sign
take the necessary action to get North Dade High to
cff their ba and muscle their .i! 2118 N.W. 62nd St. Ph. OX 13012BEDROOM
way back to the front of Miami'scivic Stage Amateur Nite crew... ::

rank We say in front -....rr,r.... r...--
of Miami's civic rank, because Plan are now being completed
that i* just the position they held tor the. staging of the one and :If
from early Itf&U until they became only original DCT Amateur Nite
slightly inactive a few years\ and Shower of Star in t he very I
ago. When they were really rolling near future by the DCT Club of
they made many worthwhile North Dade High School. This i*
contributions toward the improvement the same amateur Bite that began LARGE 4 HOUSE
and development of the some tit years ago at the
Greater Miami Community. To Dor ey J.-Sr. High School and
mention a few -cbr tmal Par- :then moved over to the North-
tie for underprivileged children; .u..h..n Hkh. From the begin-

outstanding high school athlete rung performance, standing-room Custom Built On Your Lot
awards; outstanding young man only crowd have greeted this
of Dade awards: CommunityChest production. It will be staged In
March of Dimes campaigns; the Ova Lucka area but the time
free chest x-ray surveys Boy and place will be announced la-
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CARDS-MEMORIALS family of the late SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1!)60 PAGE 13

-- ----- who passed a*ay on Feb. 1,

CARD OF ) CARD OF wish to thank the many friends IN MEMORIAMIn Manker
THANKSj THANKSWe and neighbors fraternal organizations ,

: pastor and members of Mrs. Marguerite Wallace 1700NW
The family the fanCy. of the late. i' Greater' Israel Bethel' Baptist loving remembrance of our 5th ('OUrdlt'd Feb. 29. She

ETHEL FAIN I' Church for the many deeds of wife and mother, was funeralUed March 5.
who departed this life Feb. 24, kindiKvs. cards and beautiful GRACE LOUISE WILKINSONwho

wish to thank each and everyonefor I rowers and the Range Funeral departed this life. March 10, Mrs. Annie Ruth Long of 163NW

cards, floral pieces and other H,.me' for the efficient and patient 1955. 9th It.. died March 7. Funeral
tokens of sympathy shown them I r. manner! in which they May she rest in peace. arrangements are incomplete.
their bereavement. Special Wilkinson and Range
during served us during our hours of beeavem -
thanks to the staff of Range Funeral '- it May God bless you Families Paul Long lot 8/ NW lit ct.

) Home. Elder C. R. Rock and one and aU.SllDf'd died March 2. Funeral was bellMarch

all other kind persons. Your : The Family 8.Seniors.
thoughtlulness has done much tolessen ( Charles Moore, husband IN MEMORIAM

our grief. Mrs. Virginia White .
TbeFami17CARD mother
Funeral services for James

OF THANKS .. Parker 335 SW 4th at.. Homestead
CARD OF THANKSThe were held Monday In Columbia
S. C. He Is survived by
We. the family of the lateDANIEL
I his sister. F t"a nor.
family of the late,

r MRS MARTHA J. WOOD Funeral services for Jay c. Gibson
\\.s.J! t.> thank the many friend .r of 6009 NW 24th are who

f T exprewkms of sympathy and died! March 7 are tentatively set
kindness: shown during their beJames -
k for Sunday March 13 at Clio
1Cf; ;ement. y Ala lie I Is survived by his wife
Wood husband I Victor
p Dorothea W. Richardson I

.Pt q daughter *- a The body of Jose Cards of
Ruth E Copetand. daughter Princeton who died March 9 will

I Cleora Brook be shipped to San Juan Puerto

MATHivr.iviY w'j-rn I Mary Louise Floyd Rico: for Anal rites.Memorial .

who d pirt;) t 3 .!? G:> Fbru. Myrna Fay CXtndgrand

,I aY:6 t960. t-d fAas a.J to rest daughters Service
David Floyd Jr. grand son
on Mare' 4 .kfr th. method to
Remilda' Nixon sister
1 P thank al.I kind friends' relatives -
and neiBjhtx for their symjssthc'c John Duncombe. brother' I
Isnnra Ferguson sister
; remembrances during her
: Athertha Thompson, sister H'1
sickness' death aDd burial.
} DHonw Wright sister
i We offer ;: thanks to I
eper.a. """ WHBBMBB3BJBJNL m
I = Cornelius Thompson brother I
Francis Funeral Hoes e. Areh-'
Jan*-. Thompson, brother LYDIA HILL
deacon John E. Calmer and St
\gne*' Church.Henr our beloved mother, who passed!
trim time into eternity, March
>' "Fox" Smith, huafeandJbMrttna
1 MeC.*.. daughter I CARD OF THANKS 10. 198. May she rest in peace.William .

Livingston Chartow Sr Bethel son jrI
father The family of the late James Ingraham. son I/

1 Hubert Chari...,. brohrUvinajston t MMS JANIE TAYLOR Fluid Rahmlng. daughter s
JAMES LAWRENCEtake Chariow Jr.. .>f WIYft'OM.Ga.' wish to eprasharVelt Ellen Welch daughter
this method of thinkingeach briberHinrh thanks to our many v xa

and everyone' for the kind.) Chark,..'. brother I friend* and neighbors for their
tea shown us during dark
our Harold Chariow." brother deed* of k.fdntdurll4 our
hours of distress. Words cannot'express DEATHSRnnpr
hours of i
I' Cliffonl Don y. brother I sorrow
tree much It
helped to Femtnha KnO'A'!". sister. Mn Ifcnma Bo 4s. daughter
ease' the burden that seemed'
so Vera Hkw. sister Mr Eddie Taylor son a
hard to bear. We thank our pas, Irma Wad, sneer Mr Jote Anderson Dght
tor. Rev Macon of First I
Baptist .
HenrL M Oe.Aodrwk
< .
Church fcr such .
a consoling sermon
Md grandson I t
Special thanks to the Range ee I IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs Martha Jane Wood of
Funeral Home for died at her
its wonderfularrangements 1161 NW 64th st.
of everything First Expression of ThanksThe broth- residence Thursday March J. She
tv of our
Baptist Church of Oa Locks the ng memory veil in Miami for more than 40y..ra.

Air Control Products the independent family of the late r. and was one of the first .
Life Insurance Co.. Inc MR MARIOS' M CAREY I o mwbrp. nt St. Mary's Wesleyan On Sunday March 13 I' 7 1pm
Mr and Mrs. Henry Keller and 540 NW 7th at. apt. 43. who departed 'e Methodic Church llrr survivors the Memorial Service for the
family. Laura thin life >* four 'late Rev C C Gray will bf he.4at
Jones board of February we nrlude her husband, James
family. Laura Jones* Eva Nell wish. to expeaas.
Lewis and children' of Milwau. '' many fnwtd and neighbors ,iK-larwt. Mary Louise Floyd SW 170 .St. Terrine 'I
kee. Wi*. Hector Fertilizer board for their deed f ktndnm during UoruthN Richardson Cleora I which he warn paster The sermon
#. Rev T. G.
will U preached by
of NW Mt. Calvary. Liberty City. our hour of sorrow Thanks h Brooks Four fitters and three .
Rev L A Thom .o'tmuolera'or
We dc sincerely thank you all to the *aT of Jack *! Manorial brothrr Fun.nlv werer Taylor
of the Atlantic Coast
for the many telegrams, so many HoNfMtal. abo manv thank toe z ndurted on Monday March 7,
....*...t AMoctation will preside.
donation and the numerous the Rwhardmn Mortuary and with burial I in Evergreen CemeMrv -

cards of cheer and sympathy and craft He leawt to mourn hia .lota.Mr tn

last but not least our faithful Lucy Carey wife ( FOR RENT

neighbors and friends who continued -, Joe X ea..". ana I{I died rflCE ROOM Mrntehcd txcateded.
to bring food with such I Irt. Harnicr Anderson sister e Lucy Ann Duhart at 2TO NW 73rd st. Call OX
welcome Mr Wetttetmtna Flash sister tt residence! << Thursday
facto. God
May bless I-SIM Mr William
and keep you all forever. Mr Ftoeence Papas slater 3 Site wa a resident' of Miami --

With sincere appreciation and f>.,lM Carey be.t>fT ( i f.af veara Her survivows In- ROOM in the .heart of Liberty
Thorn, WHir
jrJe wrven on* -
thank Six airees
wren nepbesss
City I MO NW fifth at.
s Mrs. Helm Lawrence, wife nee grand n reeh'. two grand : Sidnev. Walter. Cheese
! Pand" Albert I all of Miami.
And Family 1Wt phcwaIN FHOM tlft art week furnished
! ss_ "') da.Jcht.n. MMd.tfMe Ants -
and unfurniahed. apts. Managern
. Gram
N 'rth ngtnn Mimcnie -
7 and 9
MEMORIAMIn Cbe-r- premise e between
: State.: Wuhington;
IN MEMORIAMIn r.; Turner Flora ayne Miami I II am Saturday NA 1-0853.

sad but \4 v.ng rrc-r rof 7, Randolph. Newark. N. J.. ID4t

HrnrlHta Jackson Mia AreHha I
sad but loving memory of ROOM at 141 NW 9th street apt.
uhart Lo ArnMe" Cal and
our dear daughter, No I See Miss,
i ATJIY E ROlTNimiEE 45 grandchUdron Service will be Montgomery.A9

I" ". d.ed March 7 1W7 Gone, conducted at The Church of True
4 holiness Saturday. March 12 at
"" n t.rgottenw'.usm '
'.- 11.Y FURNIfilfflD room In
t i Burial will be in Evergreen
: R undtree t brother tun private home. 500 NW 12th ct
J'.xyhme. Simmon, sister Cemetery Mr Clinton WtMtams..
Harry Houndu Jr ten
H",,,,,. Ruund'ree." sun I Nthiel l+ lny of 2445 NW We have choice. l-bedroom

f'n-orgr Koundtrre, son lAHh Tore died in JadcaonHef apt.. 544 NW 2IRd New build.
Mar H,.undt,.. daughter rt l on March" S He wa tnc FR 13Me.SPACtOtM .

hif nil t. Meilay, Ga where

.r ftUKTal M
IN MEMORIAM I, aWe for ehureh ue. phone OX
iI. (n ad but :'or.ng memory of Mrs ntUabeth Pratt of 1896VW

ar.r wife 09th ft., died in Jackson FOR SALE
hospital| March 8 Funeral ser-

view are incornplete. 3 LOVrXY ROOMS of furniture,
ti !living roan' kitchen and bedroom
Mrs Vera Edierombe of 1020 See them at 36* NW Sib

ChristMn Hospital where she +
Had Wen a patient for one week. 1.J VKLY HOUSE with two bed

(l Mr Rrtsjecnrnbe will be remembered r<**n*. Florida! room plus carport
I among the pioneer of with beautiful landscaping.in .
i I Wen Pale raclhavt"t* been the heart of Edison Center.

WILUAJ4 1 ADEiILEY I here for t he last 40 year Her See it at HC'7 NW Mth st It t.a is

-. os, s: I I *h<' iie;*.rAi i :.lit. life March 9, .,.., unrivcM: tnehtde her husband real place for quiet and com-
aMI, '''::0. four dau Hter*. Mesdames' fumble living Adulu only.
REVA LEVA FRANCIS Soon ''i.!*! ate ,.'il! all be over '.' .... Ilatos E KIM. E Bernadlne Rolle.nhia .' Must be experienced in taking

who departed this life Much 12, And our pgtmage: w1.11.*... I ; e> Bentley and Linda Dare of a good home. PL 8-0792.
Soon we'll take our heavenly t Rdtfeecmbe. one brother Dr. E.
A beautiful rose wu plucked Journey. W Edgorrwnbe one sister Mrs. WANTED

out of our earthly garden of flowers Be at berne again with friends. I Nawni Boston three rrandhlldren -
and ascended heaven Would like nice girl willing
to Heav n% fate are standing open mother Mrs fable a
above. Waiting for our entrance there i- j 4 R. .,.. Frlte+ombe She will Ue in repose '0 Hay !In my home as on* of the t
Eugene and Alice Francis, Some +eel' day we're foing ovet at the chapel between 8:30: family No rent to pay. no food

parents AU the b.*uti.. there to snare 11M. REBECCA E. WILEY am and 10 a.m. Thursday and to buy Duty to look after twok
Gar< *
Th Ado>rley FaaaJly who fell asleep tn the Lord on win thereafter be< taken to West
1 Tomezine Jackson Call OX I-3120. I
._ March IS Itt Palm Beach where the body will! week
---- --
t grandmother -- --- G'.At'. but not forgotten. be on vine at St Patrick's Episcopal .. --
Ur and Mrs. H. L. Frandegranttarents PERSON TO SHARE rental on
MIAMI TIMES ADS May she rest in peace and u.ht Church beginning' at 1Z 00 Il
and family r sh&c br n on Thursday, Solemn' vesper'f house S17 a bibs ..
etual upon at.
,Mr.r' send Mrs. Alton Reevea. ,I Call OX 1-0421 TODAY Fred WUey; husband H-Mot will bt..1I1., 7 p.m. 171 NW 56th 0
aunt, uncle. ud tuaOy J







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By PHIL HILBCJIT Elvin hose and James Ingra- ibypassers entered and found her I ,
tOt N.W. 10th Street
FROM? ... ham prisoners at Fox Hill Pri-li crouched In a kneeling position I
son, were charged jointly In the' on the burning bed. It Is believed r __
By Father Robert DeQrsndls Welcome to new students: Magistrate's Court on Feb. 20,11! that she went to put out the
Holy Redeemer Church Mr s. O. Ritchey Mrs. M. Martin with the murder of Samuel Otis t J lifht and set the bed on fire accidentally. -I
Mrs. M. Densest Miss L. Kin* on Feb. 17. King 16. a prl- The lamp shade was,
Many people quote from the bean Mrs J. McKeithan and I* son overseer, was stabbed fatal-1 by the bed. A doctor from the NEED CASH
Bible and ore It to prove whatever Slade. lye A preliminary hearing It actor 1 Princess Margaret Hospital was
they hold true. However Miss R. Dickinson} presented a f March 9. sent to perform a post mortem. I I $25 to $600PL83653
very few know about the origin short program to the class on
of the Holy Book Ask your last Friday. The theme: "Do John Baker an American
friends to explain the beginning What You Can." AU students citizen who arrived In Nassau MIAMI TIMES ADS CALL

of the Bible to you and you will participated !In the program. on Feb. 23, got Into trouble DONT COST
be surprised to find almost compile Best of luck to those who took the very same nifht He era IDEAL LOAN CORP.
l-noranee: of the matter. their state board examination on charged the next morning with THEY PAYI!
The Bible is a collection of the last Thursday: Mrs. M. ball Mrs I assaulting his brother.In.".. 6105 N.W. 7th Are
writinn whkh were inspired by F. Williams, Mrs. Owens Mrs. Aaron Seymour, using obscene Call OX 1.0421 TODAY I
God. This means that God chose W. Jackson, Mrs. Rogers Mrs. L.Bannister .M I language, disorderly conduct and
some men and moved them to and Miss W. buncombe resisting arrest, and causing $14
write down faithfully an the from Nassau. We will all missy damage to the cell at Centnl -----
thne! and only those things Police Station that night. Some of

which He wanted written down. It Is vitally Important that we the charges were dropped but Used TV's $19.95Authorized
"But holy men of God spoke as learn the science and theory so the court upheld enough to fine
they were moved by the Holy that we may pass our school and Baker $It or lour months la
Spirit" (2nd Peter 121) We can state board examination. The prison. I Service on All MaJcea of

say that God Is the real author of world Is fun of beauty operators; Trmnslster RadiosSOOTIN'S
the Scriptures because He inspired cnly those who know the science' I! Elton Moss was found In the
them' to write down the things" and theory of beauty culture as vicinity of Fort Charlotte Saturday TV
He wanted although He allowed well as the application can acquire Feb. 20, lagged and with hit 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589
them to write in their own lan the status of a professional hands fled Lance Sergeant Cyril More than 25 year of reliable servic.i .
JUne beautician. I Joseph discovered Moss groaningon
After th* command from Christ Resolve to do a little reading the ground about ISO pjn. In.
to teach all nations the arostlnwent every day U It be but a tingle a semi-conscious condition. His,
into the whole world and sentences-Horace Mann. pockets were turned cut-empty.
taurht all that Jesus told them. He was taken to the Princess
About the year forty two. Matthew Big BazaarSt Margaret Hospital The CID wrote a Gospel for the Jews making Investigation. '
t/% prove to them that Jesus was Francai Xavier and St Ratea on Your Home

Luke the m. tlh. Then Mark and Mary of the Missions Catholic Rhoda Saunders, 72. was burned GO DOWN IN APRILCall
wrote In th. years 52 and Churches and schools three to death In her bed' Sunday
n wwttvely. The our office now to find out how benefit
Gospel 1 nights Friday. Saturday and Sira- morning Feb. 21. when fire completely you can
wv penned' by John In the year I diY, March 18-20. destroyed her home at from this reduction
P7. It Is most Important to notice} Four big
prizes will be given! Deep Creek Eleuthera.
that the apostles were' preaching I. Television set: 2. Trip to Nas I SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
for nine yearsSrioture before the flrit
i was written. tau: J. set of dishes; 4. Serving The subsidiary mail boat for
This machine.The .
shows that what Jens told theFtxwtk's place Is NW 4th 4th ave Long, was Cay completely and Ackllna, the Hazel 631 N.W. 36th St. PL 9-5284
Three truths wit preached by th em. and lath terrace. Good food ands fire Thursday night Feb. 18 Yea, we still writ auto insurance
constitute what I lots of fun. Please
kn"wn a* Tradition (that which come, at South Side Harbor, Long Cay.
.li handed down.) It was from" The crew were ashore waiting
thwe truths tit the for the mail m.v. Air Pheasant i.
evangelistswrote For The Highest In when the I
these Gospels Note well sloop caught fire. Al|
that the box containing books for the
Bible Is a record' of COSMETICS
what Circulating Library at Spring
was taurht
rtholle use both the Bible tradition.and AtM Point school and three Red Get out of the rut! Come and see
Tradition! as sources for their Cross packages were lost in the
reIMfris -
Miami Times Are.
truth It Is clear that the NewspaperCall

t FIb'r..!.. that!h Tradition not prior Is to prior Tradition to the YUkon 5-5631 Mrs Loretta Kemp 82 was Bishop HunterWHO

niMe.' ....A .. found dead In her bed at Harbor
Until Island en Feb. 20. Attracted
the year S9J. the Sacred
IS WELL I ---' -
G+}pturrt 'were mixed with by smoke coming from the hou.aeIA'fEf'S

Mhcr holy' and pfous writings. L KNOWN AS
The Catholic bishop of the
Council of Hippo determined' PROF. HUNTERFor

which books were tvalrv and COT-MTE STOlE the past 33 years
truly |Ine*!red bv Cod They fixed .
the list which has endured Th. Friendly Store With Th. Warm Welcome If you are sick and -

tme f"Yf'fantIJ that the today hocks It of rut the at Bible this. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 or In troubl. 3

were rnmnlled Not until three The finest this Is the plan to ,
products at Cut Rat. Prices f-
rrs after Christ do Don't In .
flnrf the Tlfble! completely" we Glfta CM t.tcs Patent M.dlel"... Fa.-"tale ..... com. stay ,
put rut. Push back the veil .1'
thrr The Tweed ,. .
Bible was then en- C. 1.10 Cashmere Bew.s etLtln
t"'tf'd to the monks In the Madam WalkarOintment, of the) lack of under 1 y'', c
mon- .,........_., M) \
Mrres} who. made handwritten ...,.,,? *Q SSS Tsftte 1.* Ul standing and bad luck :-1 t "
cr+ ''f'S.nw. people .... .,.. P <
were taught '
h" orechlnr' and B.a..Mt Father Jateii ... .71 l..f that seem to hold you '
!l=t""M I rlasi windows sacred art. Hair Ore.*J."f M Swamp Ftoet Jf 141 in your track and advance .
tri'.d the truths cf pore Len9.ald HairDreelnf CsrdMl ................. t.ll forward the :
religion ........ by '
When printinc was Invented in UOO iyrvp ci Black' .*..>t JM help of Cod.
H)*. the Word of God was OPEN DAILY A SUNDAYS. .. 10 P.M.

"Me,. roresd bv means nt JOHN A. McMINN. Owner Your home and ,
..h".n r nrfnted Bible*. Martin every N
r..IUf''' a CtthoIc! monk and the day life can ba made .
flProte, -..nt made his trans happy H. will l show !

lation! H "?J Hwrever. there you how to bypass your
were alretdv W8 Catholic edl-
I't'''. printed' in all enemies and get the

tVre were 17 editions languages In Ger-; Woul you like to earn $1,000 more this things that Cod put in the world for )'oa. Let the)

minv translation.alone before Luther's ? peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the)

The fl, et English! translation year power that Is In you' will be awaken and you. will be)

WM.m'"e fn Prance in 15SJ by BECOME A in a higher state of mind and spirit.
ru >t'u"tie( rn
T',. K'nJames Version ll
af ed...4o. r'hr'.'ct n. nearly 16 centuries appear Nightingale Graduate p,., HMtare effke Is eaeA silly' frogs 10 s .... .. 0 ,*...

The ("I'ho..r Church has playI I fsr reading and .......Iutl.*. CUeed. all day Wednesday. PrW.

ed *.n 'm'v ""nt part In the eret' Is licensed by the State and Csunty as a Reader.
i ant *if. rusrdinf of Cod's S EARN JOB PRESTIGE Located
at 5417 Southwest
BrrV ra.h"lc! are arm and 17th SL, Hollywood, Fla.

*xvf "H to read and know their EARN MORE MONEYS One mils) east of 7th Ave. or Highway 441 Old
ScHntures. ,
A tn-f"hl! blessing' Is Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale.
jrtv n to tho Catholics who EARN JOB SECURITY Remem
m*,H+ 13 "tinutes! each day mdI her the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood

*. It The pones artln and a FREE UFE TIME EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Florida.
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Catholics to Blafcea. Hunter Is ale. tits ,.ate,
q know and love their flub'.. be- sf The Salrttss! Temple et
ENROLL ZI..., Ins, .44.....
raM In It they win find the NOW sams Visitors wsJssms every Sunday eight" ,
Pert' of Jesus Christ. Every 730MIAMI .....
Catho'fe priest must take fong For Physician Assistant Training
thflrmnh tudies In tat

creel aden*, Th. author of
article had the* Scripture this STARTING MARCH 21

cottnes for tlf!T years rot of
nine Classes
years of studies required for the Limited In Number-Air Conditioned rri; '
prfwfhoon ClaasroomsNIGHTINGALE "' w"lr..r+
Questions} are welcomed! as 111Y.
well as request for explanatory
literature on this subject Ad
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THIS and THAT .e Deanery MeetingAt SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1960 PAGE 15DRIVER'S

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annual spring meeting of
Under the guidance of James \\"allhnt'on. D C. Many local the Episcopal Church Women of
E. Lucas, lay reader-of the Episcopal C' 'h w,'men have been asked to the Miami Deanery was held on I
Church of The Transfiguration :a -pear on he program Mrndajr at St. AIMS Church. LICENSE !
Opa Locka, the Cultural Approximately! 300 women representing -
Affairs Division U providing Mis Velhe! BIr :f the Bethunepemen'ary all of the churches in
spiritual settings and setting a Stool the attended
represented Deanery the meet-
pace for the commantty. her school at the Intermediate Inc which fe being hailed as one
Saturday evening March 5. the Section of the Florida State of the finest ever held in the his
St. Theresa's' Guild sponsored: a Teachers Association:: meeting tory of the croup. A total of 15 O'BERRY'SMAGIC
"See And Tell" travelogue A held rn ic campus of BethuneCooktnan Episcopal' ricrfymen were alsoPl'E'M'
trip In Bermuda, at the home of I Oolitic, Daytona Beach, t at the one-day confer
the chairman Mrs. Mabel Rouen. March 5.Oitieara. ence. CITY DRIVING SCHOOL

This' ocurtey" to the group In the absence of the Rt. Rer.
and invited friend, came from t'1t't'ted.re! :: Edith Henry I. Louttit bishop of the FR 4-7756
Mr. Wilkerson who recently returned CoMe) ehairman; Rwe Brown Diocese! of South Florida who 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
from a Bermuda ('fU1f I vice chairman; Emma Hill cor- was at the bedside of his ailing
Mr. Wilkerson comes from Mont I poad5iig. secretary; Bernie wife Fr Frank 1. Titus dean of
ctair. N. J. and !is spending the \. :en. roc ding secretary; Nele the Miami Deanery, and rector
winter in Delray Beach. : Barr. treasurer; Elizabeth f the Church of the Holy Cross,
Proles' !kraal artist. Earl Stew. Mann, ehap'an: ; Frank Barnes officiated as Celebrant at t h e
art. provided' an added attraction pariiameMarian. Hoar: Communion Service Men-

fw the evening by painting a Similar meettef' of other departments day at 9:30: ajn. Fr. Titus was
picture in which he demonstrated I have been held all ovr ably assisted by the Yen. John E. ?IIrar ,rar n' f raw s..1 urrw e..d. '
the use of colors, and tones the state These meeting are Culmer. rector of St. Agnes, Fr.J .
suttAbV to especial subjects. The -lesifned to synchronice' plans fer hn Mills vicar of St. Jude and
flnfehed product drew pratee from t I the coming FSTA meeting which Fr R. D. Maholm. curate of St.

the audience. of 86. ito be held here during the Thomas Church. ........... -.;;:
On SuTxIay afternoon March month of April. Mrs. Eunice )Moss president of -=. -
6. the Guild !sponsored a Lenten the F l.'Op-at Church Women of .
Tea featuring as ireaker David Wintering here for a few days St Agnes cffcred' the welcome
II. DoW, assistant director afvocational were Sirs Gertrude Odum an 8- remarks in behalf of the women
and adult education in rear telephone operator in Long of st Agnes Fr. Culmer extended ,
Dade Cowntr. His timely and ','an: Cfv xy and Mrs Berniee welcome in behalf of the

helpful rafejeet, "Hetpfng' Oth- William: of Jamaica NY church Mrs. Ralph Roetger Episcopal Jr USTOI C AlWJIT rwt.l ttar a
ers." w ss enthutiatttea1 received Wh'ie here they enjoyed the festivities president of the
Ba'.*win Hmfeurn" sang THe offed in the I land of the Church" Women c* St. Jude responded (94: NW tMt Ar..
BHfid' Plnwman" Muscat, *ri<*. '>:nk pearl'. asps.RpX'w417.Na to the welcome rem.ks.I .
tens were" rendered by Charles I The key address of the meetIHC -
If. Janes direct of cental' Mrt. Victoria : was delivered by the Rev.
at NortV' -.>.*em Senior Hifh musk / H, ","v. 1'1'Hlttont: of the South"tterB Patrick N. Hurley vicar of St,
School and Mil Phyllis! Fergu.fwt Region nf Zeta Amtcae.fi Andrews' Mk s4on, Peguclgalpa, 4i
Hrush Ilunduras. Sister Joan
Mr*. babel Row brouchtw namedWoman' o-f the
Hs ff Year" bY 'he We Marirrt of St Vincent School:
TeeHni and welcome tit the audience of 158 Richardrretm Ch. tft' of Zeta Phi I Beta Sercrtv I Port-au-Prince, Haiti, brought I r-
was I imnrewive in his i i Contra tula';nn! to an untir- gmHlnaa to the occasion.
Fr. Titus also offered the noon
wctfc inc worker and
nrv n of Mr Debbs. and.t""tf'ft an otttUndingpersonality
dIY and remarks
prayer timely at
as maVer of who perarnifies thepHnetples
ceremonies.rwnrminty .
the dinner whkh was held in the
Anther for
project !s which the sorority church's parish halt
n"n'd for the rtwt
WI'th th-i column mId-sernmer. Mm Harry I* Moss, president h : r I +
for the
an.n"uncrment. of the women of the Miami
Saturday is tV W< birthday
The ee' 4jratloi f Deanery, presided at the meet-
St. Theresa Junior GtrtJd for Girl I Scout '
-1'Wft as 1Nbf'rs. Aim Newton. pvrrvwheiv. The ....ftiHtt'ft .U Ing.
T1'r'tne Knowie La Verne M rear' nit and has rightly u -. '\

row ". Rise *<*<*<*. Lknel. earned the th..e "You Nfl count" II. .
R'r her [ Why be Out of Style? -
k'tr. r4Wrig en+TfHic !Stmiay nn to be prepared Contra-
Fv11 t*H*er in the ulatioa.1' Choicest! hftbeuses to
cfcuFcfa. dl- lit us convert" your doubl- *w Ira AIM: 'a.wtcarcnaaral.: rwM ox MIIL 01 MMI
reet.d the ho ttsw.Me HerHer breast suit tft. single breasttd. (Ism

nbe's of the Guild are: an the *eal Zeta scene. : narrow lapel SIS up. .-4 ,............n._ Aar ...... u.-4 ............... ........
M--m" M feH Refers chair- we tmv mm .ending 'heir! won Your Smiting Talktrs. 937 VW
".4Th: M'ri"rfe OMver. vies crrwm 'o the tone o/ Mrs Lenora Brayn 3rd Ave. Reuben Hepburn, Prop I
: OTtie Reader. rccnrdl'fgawrwtarw n fNilth *'"n flaturrfav night Indt
: Constance Wright i ihIK The reader ,h we [ Kn &..*, Grace' Fowler, nvmher\ nf nVi Tau Zeta Chapter -- - -- - -

Marten Allen. and Alice Harriett ter Zeta Ph'! nXa Sorority parairtpali -
CenrrstwlathwH and beautiful .it in a re-pei"l! service For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
HfetYtte4 to all dedicating themwhfM Ie the
cause of tn, If".rwt
On y aetfvttfc wises write in the Got wall wishes to Me+reme BONDED COLLECTION
s'ndT. Mat 13. apace HM Rosetta Kawhaw and Marion
Fiat Annual Ftem'nco! Tea pret tiny.
-.!tH br the F rter Mothers I
Club in the patio of the OnmtnWv ,- ft'rttufay Grwefinffs, Ie Carl A. -- -
Serviee* BufMinr. >MVW W-fliam, Jane D L.Wis. WItU.I. ..-
First Si A fa-eifkaiAC pi"-- Mss M......,. Mane N ou. Rhna AGENCY Inc.
rr"m h- been planned eopeeialJy #I- L frMferiek! Juani'a Mann
far JeW a* vcti' and you Frankie (Anica) .....k... I
l TW kind" ffmro of women J tihu teThf
iwwrtwe wap fw efiiMreti from

broken h-rmtt who ne....l lovinf ', +fh for the Week: "Cawntiea -
care a..l ntrmal. familr life until -...
at JW't' "" Man Nit beed Yo-.R- when; lootml at seem fmsn insuperable a distance. The largest collection and rental 1 '.
.wt fur twn tV.Serviee ChIWfM'
4'>se half ,hf"r: rw wer If Met and ,
I4aIr w.DbIritu 'r.ted. with.. f.,tttJlle.." agency in the South; operating in v.:'
Thak. y u. Mn Dorothy fid-
the month of January wards 4ean ofir!. at North-
.the N* innal OnHiUtatien ofWVnwj Wf1JtIom !S-n-or Hsr! lrhnol. Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
fr FavuaMtv in Education
was orvanlfed for the purpose ofBronvxim ....... 4 .. .. .. I r Housing areas
school I !nt* r iion Mr*
EJenr Rooscelt! is honorary J. R SMITH

chairman, The ar' uf U composed ELECTRICSERVICE U L BROOKS. President
af 17 national< womee's orfank -
1 .FM whieh have a membersMf -

> of 14 millkm The nattaaalAwneiatkn Electrical Contractor MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
of Cdkred Women's
Out 1s a part of this treat HOUSEWIRING 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

On Marsh 17 national! M'f'tiaII' "Don't cuts Call us"
will be heM in this city at the
Biccay Terrace Hold TWsmetUnr PHONE OX 1-3625
will faature Mrs. Th 4-
Night or Day
ma RMwnan of Philadelphia! who
wB rt.ort on the national I conference -
of NOW Held in Feb In Y '..ri vcxux NCY, INC.i .



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6200 N.W. 2nd Are. :.
Dear Mr. Aliens !

We are thrilled with our new home. a-. '9 1 JPJ

Thank for your time and effort in ..

making this possible.
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Pick Your Lot to Build Now

See finished model N.W.153rd St.and N.W. 17th Avenue, Opa Locka. Open this Saturday and Sunday
1-6 p.m. "Sid."

Put up Deposit- Choose Your Owns. Colors-Terrific!!


.oven and range.Circular driveway to carport. Rear all screened Florida room. No closing costs.
Only 1 mortgage to pay. Separate dining area, utility room. Terrific!! Beauty!!


Brand New 3.Bedrooms, 2 Baths LAST ONE LEFT
North Miami Beach-Custom Built 3.bedroom CBS. City water. North Miami Beach. See .

ONLY $795 DOWN 1570 N.E. 154th Street
Oven and range. Landscaped large utility room. No clo.
ing co t.. Carport. Corner. City water. Buses. Shopping. ONLY $495 DOWN
Only area of all CBS hornet.
See N.E. 152nd St. & N.E. 15th Ct. I

$195 DOWN

2.bedroom CBS. Only,1 mortgage to pay-480 month. No
Under Construction-Finished Soon closing costs. Terrific Hialeah. Move right iau
Liberty City 3-Bedroom 2 Baths
See at 1820 N.W. 65th St. I I

ONLY $995 DOWN $295 DOWN

Includes oven and range. Will have 1 mortgage payment. Carver Ranches. Brand new 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, built in
First deposit will secure.: oven and range. Large deep lot See 4989 SW 25th St.

Close to school. One payment. Fint deposit takes over.

Liberty City-Brand New
See 1860 N.W. 70th Street Home and Income

3.bedroom CBS, utility room, Venetian blinds, showerdoors.
2 furnished houses on separate I lots. Priced I low.
Close to school I, bus and shopping.
Immediate Possession 1941 N.W. 58th Street




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