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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: February 21, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00638
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.It the Dade County School manda Glover sisters, of 1275 to Dado school officials.
Board thinks the admission of NW 58th st. Irene is a second f By SentoaAei 'when the fdulfl
four Negroes to Orchard Villa, grader and Jan a fourth grader. studcntPwill MqlLQrjand Vil'
Elementary School in Septemberwill White enrollment at Orchard la is eXpected L egro
A satisfy the Miami NAACP, Villa this *year from 235 Nln A b 11
4s they have another thought coming to 171 and the dropout of white i laWsbrea Is
}cA students is continuing according fered for o Negroes, t,

The Miami chapter announced -r
Thursday night that it will try
to extend the Pupil Assignment
Law iti Dade County' to see if AldbamaNe
: the School Board acted in 'good

faith.Many more students :will reg-
ister under the placement law Able to Registl
this spring for the fall term. The
attempts will be made at schoolsIn

areas where Negro' and White Birmingham, Ala Qualified cox counties in the latter group.
families overlap, and 'twhere .Negro -
Not only did Negroes generally
Negroes have been registered
students have to :walk long, receive the same,consideration as
distances past White schools to without prejudice} in most Alabama White registrants, the story not.

get to their schools . counties, the BirminghamNews ed, but registers in .severalcounties' '
; reported' in a copyrighted '
Trtiore" than
The Dade 'School Board Wed- story Monday. were patient
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nesday voted to allow four Ne- with them.
gro pupils to enter' the all-white The story, first in a series on Registrars indicated that while
r Orchard Villa Elementary SchoolIt voter. registration, said there is White applicants ,seldom returnif
was Florida's first move to integrate no, discrimination! !in 59" of the they fail to, pass a written examination -
a public school below college sta\e's.'67 counties, I of 21' questions, Negroes -
level. Voter registration boards are 'wpo-tall 'the first time take
Sugar Ray Robinson seems to be pondering his pro The children are: not-functioning: in Macon and it train: and, again, often on con-
posed fight with lightheavy champ Archie Moore as he (Sherry Marie Joseph, of 5550 Bullock counties. jecufivo days.
relaxes in Miami's 85 degree weather beside the Sir John NW lith ave., a first grader. The news said that six others -
And )in instances The
Gary Range, of 5727 NW 17th its newsmen 'were not satisfied many
pool Pay came ,to town last week, took a quick trip to Ave., a first 'grader now attend- that there was no discrimination News said, Negroes are accepted -
Nassau, and is now competing in Ray Mitchell's North- ing Jackson's Toddle Inn. It names Lowndes, Chil- after failing in several attempts -
'South Golf Tournament at Miami Springs. Jan Errtol Glover and Irene Ar. ton, Perry, Bibb, Hale and Wll- to pass the test.

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Bomb Scare Nets Peterson Gets Chair

in ,for 2 Murders

$500,000 DopeATLANTA
BONJFAY, Courtroom strategy I

apparently backfired this I THE MAYORs

If some crank week when a defense attorney
had not called In a bomb threatIn gambled and lost s ,, 6 ; /'' d? Ai nr
Nefw York, Richard Alton Jr., 1 y
I Killed 2 in Circuit Judge E. Clay Lewis, _
44, of Jamaica, Long Island Injured ______ *,
Peterson 27 to
might have landed in New Or- sentenced Frank _
'leans' with $500,000 worth of die after he pleaded guilty to the

'heroin. ax murders of a White farmer

.s Federal narcotics agents inter Battle Ouer Teenager and his 2-year-old) daughter,

;cepted' Alton's plane in Atlanta ., Lewis tho death
,after. New York police alerted
,them to look for a Negro travel- A man wasshot* and killed, another gument, lenience when Peterson, an ex-
Ing' under the name of Hatchett. wounded and a third Jn-, King was shot first, and seconds convict, waived a Jury trial by
-'Alston said he was traveling to Jurcd In ah altercation late Mon- later Jacobs was shot Dur- pleading guilty to the 1958 doublo
New Orleans under a ticket bear- day night over a 17-year-old girl ing the altercations, Clark was slaying.
Bureauof reportedly knocked to the ground
according to the Homicide ,
Ing the name of W. Hatchett because -
a friend hat bought the the Police Dept. The incident with a blunt instrument p terson'. court-appointed: attorney -
ticket for him. occurred in front', of 1815 NW Jacobs is survived by his Addison Drummond of
5th ave. mother, Mrs. Rena Tomkins. His Bonifay, pleaded mercy to no
Pplice 'were alerted 'after the The dead man is John Jacobs, body will be shipped Saturday avail. Drummond had unexpect-
narcotics were found In an unclaimed Jr., 28, '(508 ,NW 15th at. Jacobs night by the Manker Funeral edly switched Peterson's plea
brown overnight bag ,died30minutes after arrival Home to Ocala, where services from not guilty to guilty while
taken off the plane,at Naw,York's at ,Jackson Hospital ,as a and burial will be conducted. trial jury was being selected
LaGuardia Airport as a result 6f result of"wounds1\ inflicted,by a ,.
the bomb hoax. Fifty-one packets gun fired by Willie C. Clark 29, k
of heroin, valued at $500,000 orb Of, 1940 ONW.; 31'4 ave. -. ,.-
the illicit drug market; were sub. Clark wai injured in the altercation Miami Leadin R Hadley has been
..equentlr.found in the bag. aDd *was immediately, ,arrested Golfers named, the unofficial mayor of
v Alston's pockets; contained several fore Investigation at first sepia Miami in a post card !poll
good luck charms, $117 In degree murder, Clark was later conducted through the column of .
cash and change, and a switchblade formally. 4 charged 'With manslaughter Dave Bondu of this paper. Had -
knife.COPS I .and..Is ,now being held' Tournament I ley boat out Attorney Henry' Ar-
; in jail rington by a 2.tomargin pilIng -
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NAB: IN The third victim Is Frank King: up 2,130 votes to Arlington's
about 25, of 3681 Day Ave., Coconut Three Miamians are among the Hart field, Joe Roach and Richard 1,302. Dr. I. p Davis wu" third
$15,000 GRAB Grove, who was shot In four players who fired 78s Thurs. Gardner are among the players and E/'/% Taylor fourth.
the right chest. King's condition day' in the opening round of Ray Among celebrities taking Hadley f is' a Florida A&M graduate
Homestead police this week recoVered at Jackson Hospital is listed as Mitchell's North-South Winter part are Sugar Ray' Robinson, and a veteran -
Golf tournament at Miami Joe Louis, Jacklo Dpn employed
$9,000 of $13.000 takenin critical. RObtnsoni of the county health
> the holdup last Thursday oi Fplice are still Jn Sprints Country Club. Newcombe and has close ties with departmentand
Ronald Brooker, landlord and the Incident y' and are puzzle BTW' High coach James Even Roy Campanella will award the fluential state and local many
farmer in his -,office at 866 SW about several ; unexplained ett, Robert Seldan and Walter prizes at the Jim Jam Club Sun See story in Bondu'a "Around
7th St., Homestead., phases of its : Robertson all carded 78, as did day night. Miami" column on 8.
/Three men have been arrested Police, however,, reported that Jim Holloway of East Orange, page
and charged with armed robbery Jacobs and: Cl rk ':Were both Interested NJ
and 'poJ1ce say they will .have a 1a'tbe 'girl. The men had Myrtle Mayer of Dayton led 12 WOMEN .
fourth member of the gang argued over the girl earlier on the women golfers with an 80, VICTIMS OF HIT-RUN
termed the "master mind" within Monday an4! ral- threats are !followed by defending champion.
-a few hours. reported 161 have been spade Myrtle Patterson of New York Qllt( -rtun victims on Saturday both legs and her right arm possible -
:thaw in police custody are Earnest King Is a friend of Jacob and with 90.More night were Mrs. Susie M. Hick- skull fracture
Washington 32; Mack C. Allison was along with' him when Jacobi than 200 golfers representing man, 39, and Mrs. Vera Robinson severe scalp
27, and August McGee, and Claric''''''mct/and started another the top players in the 39, of 1744 NW 5th vae. laceratfons and possible internal,
.93, living; In a labor camp north argument over the girl i country are competing Ted Mrs. Hicknun was knocked Injuries. She was In critical condition -
of,.Homestead. Tbq !hooting; followed the ar- I Rhodes, Charlie Sword, Vic 78 feet and suffered fractures of at Jackson.


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Golden Age Club, which is sponsored by Mrs. Mary Williams, acting president,
the James E. Scott Community Associa- Mrs. Louise Moore, Mrs. Amelia Taylor
9 to 9 Sunday 10 3
tion honored one of its first members, Mrs. Helena Sifontes, Mrs. Ida Miller, a.m. p.m., -

Mrs. Patsy Evans,' of 1733 NW 6th court. Mrs. atsey Evans, Mrs Clara Ennis, Mrs. DRIVE-IN SERVICE

Mrs. Evans celebrated her 113th birthday. Mattie Johnson and Mrs. Elizabeth. Hous- .
The honoree enjoyed the members com- ton.

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must have been ,a wonderful' same today as they were nearly cancer patients from the Opa e a # E 5T1 II01tE e' I
occasion for those who ,were ,priv- 100 years ago. Time has solved Locka area to Jackson Memorial !
leged to hear poet Carl Sandburg some problems, but a great many Hospital and from the area
address a joint session of Con- remain to be solved. around 65th st. and 7th ave. to
gres in the House Chamber of Lincoln's Proclamation of Jackson Hospital.
the Capitol on Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation is nearly bearing
birthday, Feb. 12. Mr. Sandburg fruit today. And I 'believe firmly If you have a car, a little free
is an authority on Lincoln,:and that if the fruits of freedom are time, and the desire to help, call
has written many .books and ripe, it is largely because fo the I the American Cancer Society at .1
poems about him. And one has i work of the NAACP during the I FR 47347. Your help is needed

has only written to read anything about Lincoln Sandburg to past 50 years.FIREEDOM NOW and call, so FR pick 47347.Williams'up. your phone. American Phono'/> TV'elf" .

know the love and devotion he .
holds for the president who, as Freedom Is a peculiar thing.. '
Sandburg said, "belongs, to Just Some people must be educated to 2243 N.W. 62nd Street NE' !5.722&
about everybody, because he understand what it means. Oth- I Beauty
stands for decency, honest dealIng ers seem to know instincively
and plain talk" what freedom is. Others know Shop .
what it means to them, but can-
ONE OF THE GREAT not see what freedom, means to
their nelghlbors. If you have
The ,picture of Lincoln most of
freedom, sometimes you do not
us hold in. our hearts and mindsis appreciate/ it. It is only when you
not just for our generation, it don't have it, or lose it that you
is for the ages. And it is surpris- truly appreciate this fundamental SQN6
ing how Lincoln's words( spokenso principle of democracy. .
many years mgo, hold as much The NAACP understands the -
truth today as they did when meaning of freedom, and the necessity ,
first uttered The South is a
cur- for every citizen of the
rently passing through one of its United States to be free; free to
most severe crisis. Another tense enjoy the rights and privileges
clod in history for the Southern guaranteed everyone under the
states was in Lincoln's administration U. S. Constitution To the iii '!
during the Civil NAACP freedom is not Just ,a ; I
word it means many things;'
1863 at' a future of equal opportunity for
In Gettysburg, Pa.,
Lincoln said in part:, "It is rather your children; the strengtheningof
for us to be here dedicated to the democracy in the United
great task remaining before us- States; the protection of your
that from these honored dead we civil rights; the elimination of
racial discrimination and segregation r 6
take increased
devotion to that
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and making the American Rp
cause they gave the
, last full measure of devotion." dream of human equality come q1.
And again, in another speech true.The -:.'-.- :.._ "
Lincoln said: "The dogmas of the NAACP your organization ADA WILLIAMS, Prop.
quiet past are inadequate for the ; the association that fights
stormy present. We must think for your freedom. If you are not wishes to inform its patrons
,anew, we must act anew, we a member, ,join today and help and the public in general
must disenthrall ourselves.. Immortal win the Fight for Freedom. It that it is FEATURING
now .
at .
words to costs. little and
speaking us so means so
over' the years; words holding much. 2488 N.W. Ulysses Morris Northwestern High School D.noer.- John
within themselves the meaning Remember the date Feb. 22, 54th St. Keeton Agnes Lowery and Helen Blowom, Choreographers
America. 3 p.m. at the Longshoreman'sHall.
% Tickets may be obtained at Phone NE 4-4796 Margaret Yomenat The PianoCELEBRATES
THE-,STORMY PRESENT I the .NAACP office, 509 NW 3rd
I do not think that Abraham '/when/ top stars will. appear in t
Lincoln, if he thought about the the NAACP Celebrity Parade at Drive CarefullySOOTIN'S
future of America,, envisioned our ave., or by calling FR 7-4831. ,
current "stormy present." I am SUNDAY;
certain he felt that the years
would solve the problems; time
would erase the wounds He
'knew that none of us can escape % I LtftTIF1flhIuii1',1';
history tor "we will be' remem- / For Reconditioned TV's From19.95 .
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or dishonor to the latest eneratlon. 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue ,FR 3-1589 '' M 4M'*: 1

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Social Security $2,080 would lose all their social
4 i security checks, for the year.
Benefits While However, they would be eligible
to receive payment for any
WorkingSocial month they did not work in their
business or earn no more than
beneficiaries do
$100 in
; wages.
not have to retire completely to After the year a worker becomes -
, receive their monthly checks according age 72, he may earn any
N to Edward P. Bloruton, amount and 'still be entitled to
-I IL at district manager of the Miami all his. social security payments.
North Social Security office Mr. However, In the year in whichhe
Blonston noted that many peopleare became 72, he must Include
supplementing their social all his earnings for such year.
security benefits by doing season Thus, if he earns over $1,200 in
the he reaches 72, he
) *' or nart-time work. year age
Persons under aw 72 may might lose payment for those
earn as! much as $2fWO and still months prior to his 72nd
'1&.t 1, get some payments. Those whose birthday. Beginning with the
yeer'v' earnings are $1.200 or less month of age 72, :benefits are
are eligible to receive all of their payable regardless of earnings.To .
check for the year. It the earn- avoid owing the overnment
4I ings for the year exceed $1,200, money >Mr. Blonston'urged thsoe-
one check may be held for each people with questions about the-
$80 (or fraction of $80)) over the effect of earnings on their benefits -
$1.200. to contact t'hc..local social security -
''Mr. Blonston illustrated this district office at 234 NE
provision of the retirement test 79th St., Miami. ..
by citing the beneficiary or
retirement age (62 for women,
65 for men) who works, steadilyand Get Ready For The
has earnings for the year of YOUNG DEMOCRATS
$1,800. This .1= receive 4 checks Those who work
throughout the year and earn Sunday, April 11

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At a recent meeting of the .

Cwest Club a colorful program Ulysses, Morris And group of teenagersfrom
was carried out around the 34th our local schools, tells the
celebration 'of Negro History NHS Dancers at story of a young girl who is
Week and "An AppreciationHour.
"hexed". Soloist is Regina. Jolll-
Beach Feb. 22nd vette.

The well appointed home of It is in the American sequence
Miami Beach Com-
When the
the hostess and chairman Mrs. Richard that the work of Mr. Morris will
Ova Killens was the setting for raupity Singers premiere be highlighted lie' will sing the
Paul Jinaro's "Song of the RollIng -
this festive ,and inspirational occasion lamed spirituals which are con-
Earth, Sunday, Feb. 22 at sidered to,be one of the Negro'smost
the Miami Beach Auditorium, Im- Important contributions to I
Mrs. Mayme E. Williams and portantly featured in the cast of American music. xo1141"
Mrs. Irene Roberts Straughter 100 will be baritone Usysses S. Tickets are on sale at the MI- 4
"women who were born to great Morris of the St. John Baptist ami Beach auditorium, the Sher-
tradition of outstanding scholarship = Church and the interpretativedance man Ticket Agency and Alfle's.:
indefatiable workers in I (group of Helen Blossom of
widening the boundaries of human Northwestern High. ..
knowledge and its applica-
Conducted and directed by Ben Easy Method
tions to human problems were
presented citations. Yomen, the musicdramadancefantasy ys
has as its theme the ReducingNow
Corsages were presented to search of a small girl, played by being offered at the ENVOY
Mrs. Mamie Thompson founder Lynn Green, for peace. Her trav-
and organizer of Swest Club, I els take her to the farthest cor- FASHIONETTE BEAUTY
Mrs; Elizabeth E. Johnson, past ners of the world and it Is in SHOP Jk /wallee
president; Mrs. Blanche Dean. Africa that she finds the dances
recording secretary for 29 years, : which best represent'the cultural 6888 N.W. 15th Ave.

Mrs. Lucille Rlou, treasurer for. excitement that is Inherent within For information WrTH
31 years. the Metro peoples. c he ''gH.
Call NA 1.0470.OX 1.9710 :i
In appreciation for services Trade Winds," danced by Mrs.. {.
rendered in helping to stimulate
Interest In the celebration this There's a new sense of gracious living in America. . an Age

year, corsages and gifts were Ifj"Y ur Watch Cleaned; Oiled, Adjusted, of Elegance that is expressed in many ways. In whisky, you

presented Inez to Foster the following, Mrs. :Gwen-Mesdames fJ Guaranteed .............,............._, .. $4.75. note it in a growing preference for finer Schenley Reserve.

dolyn' Sawyer Barnette $ue Harris if.Tv', : ........................'...........?... $10 Down a ,Only from Schenley could come 7ttJJ,1"er ier. .
Lemmie Mitchell. Paul1D'eWillis.
Messrs. Earl Wells and I '* . Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radio.

Charles L. Williams. I' Guaranteed Watches ......., from $8.95 .. ..M ,.,. ....,.. lIIt11t11"-

Participants on the program DAVID JEWELERS
were Mrs. Annie Mae Twine who WORLD FAMOUSWMBM ,
discussed "Carter G. Woodson I %: Nn 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave, FR 4-1522
Man With a Purpose and a
Cause. Mrs. Carrie J. .John i I
son gave a book, review on the .
"Honey Pod Tree" the life storyof
one of America's great Negro

leaders, Thomas Calhoun Walker STAR MEAT MARKET TOPS IN LISTENING

She vice president, Mrs. Mena
Japkson spoke on the, "ChallengeoTTh : ,
1520 N.W. 62nd Street
For alloted space, coverage and
materials supplied by the Miami THE, GOSPEL BLIND BOY SHOW
Times the president Mrs. Polite 0 ,


The Business and Professional O REV. IRA McCALL .
Women's Club of Murrell Branch '. ., .,
YWCA will meet on Tuesday, i Fresh Meat Prices ; \ J 1.
Feb.., 24 at the YWCA 340 NW : 800 ON YOUR RADIO, \, "'.t ,.
13th at., at 8 All members '"'
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PAGE' 4 ,SATURDAY, ,, FEBRUARY. 21}, :1959 ., .rr RENT Here a L t .tr'' rIt's
''it .. JUST BROWSIN'By i FOR I II y.Lr\ . R.

... PAUL R. HENRY, I ;'R.Jab'berwoQk
bedroom, dining :room,

I The Bookies .are keeping policeat large sleeping porch, large : ,, Feb;;,23rd
"Mlajnl ,and Miami'' Beach, on '
.:;,"';."- '..: -r.1-: .::- -:::- : ::-:-::---:- 'the go; or maybe It's the' ,other kitchen, 4 exposures, upstairs :BTW Aiiditoriumn'n -
. way, The police keeping tab on 2 family house Hot
and making arrests; l n I"t: .'
the bookies [""' '''''' r ''7 n"
TEMPORA'MUTANTpU ET'' NOS ,AJWTAMUR IN ELLIS Be this as; It may, ,our" mayorf\ and cold water supplied ) ', .' '
"The Times, Are Changed And We Are Changed ..With Them Robert King' High," Js not satisfied -
results. He.says. Unfurnished $20.00 Week HOUSE
Office. at '1112'IY.W.'Third' Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone Fit 32230Plant with-the MONROE MUSIC
much gambling I
at 6740 N.W. 15th v.enue-Ihone( : OX 1-0421__ there going Is on.still The too may or-would like 2345 N.W. 56th St. Everything In;,.Gospel, Music

t Entered at as Miami Second,"Florida'Class, Matter, under, August the' act'0'.of, 1027 March, at 8 the, 1876 Post Office Walter to fire Headley.Metro's .Chief'or. of.' *police- ,..... -.......,,_......- -..-......- Hymnal Everything, Furniture for the 1959 Church.Com
I' mentarlea. Mail orders promptly
? II. H. SIOI8MUND REEVES, Editor Over at Miami .Beach where filled, 2 n, NW' 8th St.,' Apt. 6.
GARTII C. REEVES, Managing Editor and Business Manager most of the gambling' Is done, FR. 3-8493.' Miami 31"" Fla."
Council Melvin Richard wants to I Drive Carefully! ... : tad
I 9 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: . I have; Chief,;MIchael i JFpx, remoyedfrom
II ONE:.YEAR $4,00 SIX MONTHS $2. O THREE MONTHS $1.50 office; c

1 : "CREDO OP TJIE NFJGRO PRESS" i. Sunday -Is Washington's 'birth!

TUB ifatiRO PRESS believes :.tliat America can best lead the worldfrom' day. Monday. banks will close
'racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every man honoring the day." BIG fLOORSBOI'(
regardless( of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating

no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man There's little chance seeing old
In the firm belief'that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held Satchel Paige on. the mound,: for
back., -'wi the Miami Mar M this:.year; 'or :
r perhaps ever again. Fans are going SATURDAY NIGHT: ,,
;i Member'of the National Newspaper Publishers AssociationMembevnf to niis ,.him,..Safch has don :
" '.r..v.t r; the,Assocjated egro Press t. ned a sergeant's uniform and

I. '\" : . will !be In the movie 'The Won- ADMISSION ,FREE ,
I'' YE EDITOR'S 'NOTEBOOK duction.derful Country" an MP1L pro

,1/, .< : .A WISElDECISIOW.,: :' ..... Edward Murrow, prominent JIM JAM
Dade nefws commentator for NBC who ;
: County School'Board this \y.eek announced In- ,'also conducts "Person to Person" ;

tegiration at Orchard Villa Elementary School] In September television show will take a year's ., ';
,This; action''was not 'atto'jrether, .a .surprise, as this token I absence beginning in July. While NIGHT .C.LUB

integration ha 'been'discussed pro,, and,con for. several] ,Murrow' travels and take things 75th, St. Phone PL 94651.: :
' 1900 NW
mopth ,.,Y1: &: easy another' popular television
{ J&1* *&# .?*> ,i star, Arthur Godfrey, will take
i mpftlBn; too\the,NAACp,}has.;the case of the four, i childrenta over the "Person to PeVson"

*>Z pb 'admitted '\'> this chool] before the ,Courts, and if show.In 'r .
follow] ,the usual 4ecsion! in these the ,.(
t thecp\tfts ,cases,
.' South Carolina] Jjrst Satur- .. ., '
NA ,SCli will win. day night' the Seabo rd.'\passenger .I

wit Is our opinipn:'that'the School Board made wise ""train, Silver Meteot, 6tiMltiv f
'a '
way to New York, had some mechanical -
decisions. ; *, ... trouble and was stalled. This Sun. Feb. 22.3p.m.
il.TJ' 'Just, a few of the 350 passengers .
Xnthis.ease here are four children living a block or Iwere shaken up. \ ..t, ,
from, the school but must great distance to an. tIn '
so > go a LONGSHOREMAN'S HALL; :".
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othee'school. .j"! : New York City Parnell :
Johnson '27 'Madison :-\ '
32p' a porter 'on.
;Dade County is ,the largest and most progressive Ave. was fired. Police report 816'N.W. Second Avenue

county in Florida. It |is .only natural that Dade should set that 30 minutes later Johnson returned t., -
that example by some form of (integration. It is long over- to office from which he The ''Miami Branch Of The V: ,. .
due .. .. ,. was fired and killed two female
; employees. Jte told police he intended -

Governor LeRoy Collins has approved the plan. to, kill. all five persons in '
the office.
Some of our .legislators have,, criticized the governorand NAACP t :
the school] board, and ;:promised to fight .for the so- On Tuesday thieves' got' away"with ;

called "last resort" bill jto 'cldse Florida's when Augusto about Pilolo$140,0X, 1745( NW in 5th ,

the legislature meets in April. said he and five 'others had goneto Proudly Present 0.rr
a home at 6761 SW ,5th terr.. .
We like to see a good fight'of any kind, but we like to sell the; pesos. Four' men, held! <
to see a fighter who knows when he' is beaten. them Up.: Two suspects have VRDTTV '
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been arrested.
Our legislators should the Dade School
&LfJD i .! 1 IPARADE"
Board's action, not oppose it. They cante'wln. T. W. Sampson, a director of .
the Central Life Insurance Co.
We realize the feeling of the small counties. Theysee is visiting the Miami branch.On I

but one side of the picture. Thursday he was a guestat
r the AdeVphlan Club.
a Let's hope the big counties, like Duval, Hillsborough, Atty. (Leonard Henderson of . -
Broward and Pinellas will follow Dade's lead and bring Columbus, Ohio who' is 'not *

about a settled condition in our great state. stranger to Club a guestof .: .
l the Adelphlan : on Thursday .. '",' --.:'(, ""
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Seminole Indians believe for- TOP NAME STARS OF STAGE, SCREED )
Among visitors to Miami this week are Mr. and Mrs. mer governor, Millard Caldwell, ; \ \ .'.
Eugene Rhodes of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Rhodes is pub- who once-represented them, is .' N1TE CLUBS, RAI>I04Afip fry?. ;*/ ..I.*.
lisher of one of the our big newspapers, the Philadelphia] now opposed to them, so they .
have complained to the Florida
Tribune, published .twice weekly. The Tribune is really' Bar and will also communicatewith .1 '
75 years old. Mr. Rhodes has been its publisher since'1921. Gov. Collins and President ..10 ,'''. ' /.'

Eisenhower. The Indians want a AMONG STARS "WHO WILL, APPEAR. .. 'j',.,. *. (..
In June of last year this journal was host to the Na- land settlement of $30,000,000 in : .
tional Newspaper Publishers Association.A Cash Caldwell' says he (was unable The Treniers: Sally Blair '/. <. .::: '.

to get the Indians togetherso Damita Chris Columbo's. Group '.* 1. ,
graduate of Lincoln University, Pennsylvania, Mr. he withdrew from both factions ;Jo ,
Rhodes is also a lawyer, having received his LL.D. from Timmy Rogers" :. Stump and ,Stumpy 1 J.

Temple] University.In .' \ ,j
The 32nd Congress of Parent- Jimmy Randolph |; Jo Thompson ., .... V. . <. ..
1926 he was appointed assistant United States Teachers Association meets in .

District. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Tampa on Feb. 26-28 at the Bonnie Davis and Diane. Dove . .1
Howard Blake Senior High I I t \1.:1-:
His civic and other activities include : Former member School. Representatives from all The ,,Piccadilly Pipers. Curt Harmon and 'The
of the Philadelphia Co. Board of Law Examiners, for- over the state will attend. Walter Top Notes - .
mer member of the Board of Trustees of the Philadelphia Harper of Jacksonville is presi- The Myrtle Jones Trio The Rubin 'Mitchell 'Trip, '

State Hospital, Kappa Alpha Psi, Masons and Elks. dent of the association. I
Dave Bondu Introducing Chickie Home as
P>, he is a member of the Philadelphia Public This week the Atlantic Coast '

School Boar Baptist Association, the Rev. L. ".Madam Effie Throckbottom" and. many. others.. ,. .. '..
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f Politically, he is a Republican.;. A. Thompson, moderator opens i -

? Last but not least, he is a member of the Union Baptist Palm its 29th Beach annual Ebenezer session at Church West. . s _I. ..r

Church. . ..
1J Mrs. Rhodes is secretary of the Tribune Company a Sportswise: Wednesday nightat .
member of:the Board of Directors of the MercyDouglasHospital the Miami Beach ExhibitionHall Starts Promptly kit 3 p.m.

and a former president of the National Business .Chris Dundee's main event
and Professional Women's Association. with Mike DeJohn and Sonny At The Air-Conditioned :
Listen, thriller.
was, a
fc On Thursday Mr Rhodes' was tire guest of J', R. Taylor ti
(realtor) at the Adelphian Club's weekly luncheon. Both-men fo*are Floyd listed Patterson's as contenders Longshoremen's

I The Rhodes left on Friday afternoon by the s.s Yar heavyweight belt. However De Hall'

mouth for a visit to Nassau, Bahamas. They, will return John was TKO'd in the sixth ,
Monday morning +j ,. .round. We saw the fight on TV. 816 N.W. Second Avenue
on. While here they: were .taken on a sight-seeing toure It was a good one but Sonny Us.
ton kept Jobbing DeJohn through '
Travel Bureau. $2.25
e North's out the fight. De John got in a
This their first, visit to Miami and they were
was few good rights but there was .,
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GIONAL Is Bride of' ,
CAGE Tea" Speaker 'J SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ,21, 1959, ,t. ,,PAGE 5

.T-UJBtl l\f.E .tt.: I Rudolph Thompson' ,, ", ,t" If, .,' ., '.. 'n., .-).it1. .( "L,. .#.",. .... ... ...
The liberty Club, cordially in- .. n'z It i.;
U$t.l o r bfenj.1 t\W\ :':once Mis' Barbara Denson of 1535 vitesy6U, to attend its First An- HOUSING \ : :
Slgb'll1e' 5oti theast Regional NW "5th court: daughter ot Mr. nual Tea to (be held on Sunday ) ; ; ,
Class "A" Basketball ..TornamentwUBtte'JttJdlfiPMHiinJ and Mrs Rudolph Bradley! of afternoon,. Fob 22, at the home DENIED e
at BookerT 2665,. NW 52nd St., ;became the of Mi's. ..Martha Hill,' club presi- APPEAL .
.....Washinftoa High_ : School's bride of Rudolph Thompson Jr., dent, ,1366 NW 62nd Terr.' Mrs: COUPLE a
gym March.7', son of Rudolph Thompson Sr.j of A. ,M. Coleman ,is guest speaker MIXED t -
1527 NW 3rd ave.r and Mrs.. Lucille and' the time is 4 to 6. NEW YORK-The State con"t( .
Thompson of: 441 NW 14th Mrs.., Cora Mobley, secretary mission Against I :
Terr., in "marrlNe' ceremoniesheld has refused to uphold '
Friday afternoon at the against the New York i ( .
Courthouse. Calling AllTuskegeans Authority de by ;a white
'The bride'is"
**a 'sophomore' at man whose husband is a :
Florida A and M University, and V Mrs. Charlotte Miles had ]
a v ..lans to return to the university
next term. She is pursuing a
course with a major in ,Elementary ; All :Tuskegeans are, urged to attend -
} Education. She was a mem- the regular monthly meet
ber ,of the' freshman' choir during ing of the Miami Tuskegee
her first year in' college Alumni Club, Saturday, Feb. 21,
Mr. Thonnps6n is an advance, at the home of the president; J. FV
Junior at Florida A and M and Carr Capers, 3117 NW 52nd 'st.
also plans to return htxt term. at 8 !ipm
Mr.: Thompson is a member, of Mrs. I. C. Mickins' secretary
the famous Florida A and M .

Marching Band, as well as the _
Concert Band. M a drt
The newlyweds were entertained -
on Sunday afternoon at a FOR SALE
very elaborate dinner at the '
home of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley. $500 Down

'William J. Stirrup, athletic director Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are at i 2-bedroom CBS. Large cor-
of Booker T. WashingtonHigh home at 1535 NW 5th court. ner lot. Plenty fruit trees.
School has been selected for Price $11,900. Balance $100a
the third consecutive year as dlrgctor -
ofk the tournament. Serving month. III, M
wItH)nlm'for,the second year j' welcome your,

%till be Nathaniel "Traz" Powell, heart fundvolunteer + .
outstanding coach of the Carver. ,
Ifjgh ,Hornets.U ., $2,000 Down

jr'he tournament is held for the 4-unit' CBS. Excellent', -
FHWO *EQfr det rmnjng what Income,
teaman'*he 'So thtJlt. will 'tfo
to the state tournament. West ,..fI
PalnTBeacJi Fort ,Lauderdale andMlalnMeilnsMviU r
be vleing for $300 Down

tfijbir places on the state roster. It's Heart Sunday, Feb. 22 at Frame house. Price $6,000.
which time hundreds of local"vol
$60 a month.
\galn this: year, it is expectedat unteers will. carry the tigh
IJtoitpessmen throughout thecphuntinity''xvUl against the. heart diseases toth< '
igive trophies for threshold "every family in"thij|,
occasion. Trophies are given
tpp community. There are 12,000) vol CBS DUPLEX
f91 the (our top teams, one for ,'.
sportsmanship' 'and another, 'aplaque unteeu" expected to coyer all ol:
$500. Down
is given to the Coach of Dade County. ,
The Year The 'door-to-door collection on Price $13,000. Balance $110a
:. Sunday between 1 and B p.m.; month.. ,
For further ,Information regarding will seek to ,collect, its share of ; ; ;
the tournament, ':you the $180,0001sought by the Heart ..,I '
may call TR 72536. Association of Greater Miami to

expend is research, educationand $500'Down2bedroom "I.'
j3tures I community lerv programs( ; I In Fine Whiskey.FEISCHMANN'S. ,
2\\ Bold ?c CBS. Price $10- ..
; The local association"1&\! an affiliate .II'
At Drive-in ..r. of the American Heart Association 900. ,Balance $87.50 month. \
n : .' the only*, national voluntary West"'Hol ywood. 't n :
IThe Lib-City Drive-in theatre health agency devoted exclusively ,. "II
brings bold pictures to the to combating the disease .' :
screen next week in "WastedIlves" of the heart and blood ves- is the BIG buy 1
sels, responsible for 54 per cent '
IHAIiLES PYRE .1. -I f"I '
and "The Birth otTwi1u"in tof all fatalities last year.- '"
the Utter the, color Heart Sunday chairman in this I
picture camera, invades the privacy community is Charles North,, 1104, REALTOR'PLaza :t
of', the :Hospital)\ delivery NW 8rd, Ave. 1 90 PROOF is why r '
room to bring "the theatre' going 7-8151
public the secrets of a multiple

birth. Body .Claude; or PLaza, 4-0702) BLENDED WHISKEY 00 PROOF, DDT GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
The story of ,uitw d mothers is
Dillard Found in
told in "Wasted Lives'This! i
controversial (picture' will! bt Miami River

popular in this area\because w 'Mi The body'of Claude Dillard, ,. ,. . ._-, .. .
ami has the dubious distinction of I.' 1. lei '. I.' 1 \e I Ie I lei I.! I \ 1 .I ( I.' 1.1 \ I .1 \ I.' \-i": i'" ;
61, of 3158 NW 50th St., was
out of wedlock. near pier 3, early on Tues- .. FINAL REDUCTION
day morning, according' to the \ l
An "Americans'i Homicide Bureau- of {.he Police 'I ., .

Sing" Musical' Tea: Department.Dillard had been .,'<
reported ;
: 1368 N.W. 56th Street
missing from his home since :
aThe Douglas' Elementary School Saturday. Yr: .
will present an "Americans' Police ruled that Dillard's 1
Sing" MusicaJ. :Tea" 'on _Sunday death was due to accidental
Feb. 22, from 4 to 6:90: pan. The drowning but an investigationwas $14,600 Total Price /
program, highlighting: the month still being conducted. : ..
February, will be a musical Dillard Is survived by his wife ', .
tribute tto oAjnerfeaA: composers Mrs. Albertha Dillard, three DOWN : ,
as}<'well 'as Negro History Week children and several other rela- :; : $3,100 .
, .. ,
which hat just .pasced and will tives. .
be 'in keeping with the theme Funeral services for Mr. Dil- '
: COSTS! ,
Americans Sing lard will be held on Saturday at ; ;
3:30: p.m at Mt. Zion Baptist ,,' V J"
; Church, under the direction of j V NO QUALIFYING!
M7'W4Uumni.toMeet. the Range Funeral Home, with . ,. ;.. .
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ie monthly meeting the 'the Rev Edward T. Graham officiating ,"> |:;- ;' NO I'BALLOONMORTGAGE\ ! '
7 ..Alumni l.. Association, class ., The body will lie in .4l Id :.t..._ : 'S , ,
ofi 4 949, will be held on Monday, repose at the Range Funeral ." <

Washington:Feb. 23, 8 High pjm. Booker T.. Home until funeral from time.O Friday. afternoon .. ,/'. : \TWO HOMES FOR /PRICE OF ONE ,

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J HOME. BUILDING FREE PLANNING (SERVICE. Owner must sell and, has ,reduced ,price to way below ," I''

I' market value-Nothing (in this location ,.
n FINANCING ARRANGED ,can compare ?+

U Custom Built Homes /on Your Lot .: ',. with _this tremendous bargain This, is definitely a once ',1 ;':,r '

.i Ask your friends about in a lifetime buy -:- Must be seen. : to. be appreciated. T; '1Drive .
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I f'Naf 1 :Beau.ti'cians Launch SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1959 PAGE 7 I

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--'F'I -- - -- rade started the lights' 'were turn-
Membership: : DriveN PUNPHUN' ed on, but lot! one failed to glow.
It was the one on the float spon-
sored by -. believe it or not-
10,00 New MembersIs Uy PHIL OSNOF'EItTruth the Florida Power and Light Col!
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is cornier than fiction. Lift up'YourThought

Washington, D. C. (Global) This shall be ;roven as Phil
Mrs. Katie Wiokham, National cites some of the sights he has
president of the National Beauty 'seen at local sites.
By William Henry Huff for ANP
Culturists' League, Inc., is to be I I 1. A hardware truck that got

commended on her lOifoint program I: hard wear . It was a Budge In times like these we all should
she is developing In inter-1 I "
Har ware Co. truck stalled on lift
est of NBCL and the set goal of Bird Road . it wouldn't budge! Our thoughts ,towards the sky;
1 10,000 new members for 1959 by That Is, 'we know, .a priceless gift
i 1 National Convention time in October | 2. A pickup truck, loaded with In what pleasures lie.
N in old tires. It sat deserted at the
I' Philadelphia. I We must, alas, forget the base;
side of a road . with a flat tiret!
Mrs. Wickham's 10-point The ugly things Ignore
pro- (Brother, can spare aspare?)
gram embraces "Bigger and Bet- And meet the lofty face to face
ter Beauty Business and Ser- 3. An old dilapidated 1945 We'll prospervon that score

vice" through the listed 10 areas: coupe on the highway, chugging .....
along as if it were about to cols
1. More general education. lapse. It carried a bumper strip 'Beautiful HomeOn
2. Thorough training in the with this message: "You auto buy
fie: i of beauty culture. now." (Or in the sweet buy and Large Lot
3, Charm as an asset. /buy?) .
4. Culture as a must. ,i Your lot can be a paymenton
4. The' light that failed . ona
5. Business administration.
6. Professional ethics. float in the Junior Orange this 4-bedroom new
Bowl parade about 12 years ago.
7. Specialized: services for the
cosmetologist, such as demon- Each float carried a queen chosen 1581 N.W. 56th St.

strator, city or state inspector, iby the firm sponsoring it, and Open 3-5 p.m.
consultant, etc. I since the parade was held at
8. Volunteer services for the night, contained a spotlight to illuminate Baron JE 8.1340

-- ." -. _._._- .. -- --- -- beautician. I I her majesty. As the pa- ....-
9. Various phases of religious
Honors mond; and Edward Roddy Stro- education. .
ther Menlo Park. There. are also
10. Community services for the
:For' ,{'Mrs.,Mayme 15 grandchildren and two great beautician, such as in civic, social -
grandchildren. and religious circles andlor
'Gordon Strother During the years that she organizations. CLASS
worked Dade County she GO FIRST :
Mrs. Mayme Gordon Strotherwas served as a principal for 12 years. Because of the keen interest In
honored on last Monday Thirty-eight years ago, she organized the National President's Programand
night by the Dunbar Elementary the first group of parents aims, NBCL national offi-
School faculty and the Dunbar at Liberty, City into what was cers, regional supervisors state with America's GOLDEN
PTA Unit. A surprise programwas possibly the first PTA unit in a and local presidents are already . JIOQCR fr:
.arranged for Mrs. Strother Negro school. Other assignmentswere beginning to add to the member- CAP
who had begun' her retirement on at Coconut Grove; Brown's ship roll many who qualify. The Finest Bourbon-
January 30. Mesdames Jordan'and '' Subdivision, Hialeah and Booker 10,000 goal seems inevitable and

,Lakes both of whom became T. Washington. She was a President Wickham keeps busy in a handy
members of. the Dunbar faculty member of the Dunbar facultyfor traveling from state to state attending ,
served and than 21 regional and state meet- ,' \ A ''
this year as M C. more years r
leader of the devotional period. ings so that she can batter acquaint pocket f flask.
'Musical selections included vocal Mrs. Strother lives at 1762 NW all with her" program for ipS i\
solos by Mesdames Flowers and 62nd st., with her sister, Mrs. 1959. '.' $
Boyer plus two numbers by the Susie Gordon and one flrandchild, "
Floridians, girls trio from Booker Edward Roddy Strother. She will \1 r S u t
T. School. Mrs. now be able to pursue her favor-
Washington (
Sanford, Dunbar librarian, .talked ite hobby painting,, and we arc
informally about the high- looking forward to attending a Easy Term / I
one-woman show of Mr pictorialart %
of Sir-other's Build lot :
lights Mrs. long career on your S '
In the field of Education'; In the near future.It's I ; \

and community activities. The .-..J.-.......... ; ,......;t--h.-.r-o. We take or care mine of financing YEARS c4AA;; :

gift from the school was a Seth OLD'
Thomas pendulum clock an Here at Last! NO MONEY DOWN /

article long admired by the re- ,JABtiERWOCKMonday: Cash paid for your lot or
cipient. Other gifts were from the I home
PTA unit, Leon Kelly president; Feb. 23rd
the Pioneers Club Mrs. ,
Ethridge Money loaned on your
president Dunbar I BTW Auditorium
; Day Nursery I' Home Lot
the Brownie Troop, and from In- or Y J
dividuals. Among guests in at- J 86 PROOF
Jab ber wck
Baron JE 8-1340 .
tendance were former pupils, a I .{ & 100 PROOFBOTTUDINBOND
former principal Mrs. Nella Clifton -t-trl''l' l'l''l'r'l'r-o.-.t-i L ;, ,;
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Mrs. Strother then Miss Gor-
don 10,000
began teaching career
here' In Dade County in 1915, DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES
after her graduation from Benedict -
College. Her first assignmentwas I t o

at South Miami then just The Largest Organization- ,
south of the Flagler Sti Bridge.A .
native' of Hawthorne, Fla., its Kind in The South Serving '
little Mayme Gordon and her ;
family moved to Daytona Beach Colored People"For *I
where the Gordon girls attended
L. L.
Mrs. Bethune's school. It was Fast, Efficient Service" Call PRESIDENT I .
there that M&yme determined to
become a teacher and began her lirl.1

search for an education which t DISTILUllCt CO.

was to extend tor half a century.She # ". .. NrfedlM d( Product to TridltlM"lOUISVIlll .
completed grammar" schoolat
DoLand; then to Orange Park * KUTUCXYSID.VKV
CY INC.i .
Normal; followed by four yearsof ,

training at Benedict College, ,. l12 l- ... . ,. .
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Columbia, S. C., from which institution _.
she received the L. I. or .
Normal School degree Later, CONVENIENT LOCATIONS For FREE Pick-up and

after her marriage, she recovered 1860 N.W. 73rd ST. PL .8.1827 Delivery Service on
her B. S. degree from Florida 3461 GRAND AVE. HI 4-2447 PrescriptionsSERVICE
A and M. Mrs. Strother also stu- .
4240 N.W. 27 AVE. NE 5-3466
died at Spellman College, South
Carolina State College and the e 7102 W.W. 14TH AVR. '. PL 1.0327

University of Southern,, California. :6241' N.W. 17TH AVE. PL 8-9990 DRUG
17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. CE 5.8663
This petite, nne-featured, soft Purina "Prescription Compounding
spoken young teacher became the 1022 N.W. 6TH 8T JA 2.3474Ft.
bride of Edward Strother shortly Lauderdale 8poelallat
after beginning her teaching 339 HAMMONDVILLE '- WE '..1215R
career thus disappointing many D.. Pompano Sundries Gift
swains in Georgia, South Caro- I. 14460 N.W. 22ND AVE. MU 80617 Patent Medicine
lina and Florida who sought the Opa Locka .
hand of this pretty belle e 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. FR 4-6331 y, .

Five children were born of the 1019 N.W. 6th STREET 1240 N.W. 3rd Are.
union, three of whom are still Ft. Lauderdale. JA 2.-1474
and all make their MAIN OFFICE. T. COX
living ICt'Klst"l'fICl J'bannatlat Phone FRanklin 32932
homes in California. They are 1163 N.W.. 3rd AVE. FR 3-8416
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THE MIAMI TIMES; -'The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Beauticians Tea JIll)oIM'I.IIILllU'1fIU 1JIIL.jIII)flrt wn1111\1 7'fMo'ftlr lll'UIIl'\Dl'1r UL UlUllYrU UB)1

8 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1959 SundayThe --

.II........... ......I....1.1 I.............................I I/...1..1..' Beauticians of Liberty :
Professional Beautician Unit 55
cordially invite you to attend Its .HIV1 -.H..rTfIAaNE .

Around Miami from"Valentine 4 to 7 Tea"p.m Sunday at the,home Feb. of 22 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. &69th St.

Va ,' Mrs. Carrie White, 6801 NW 17th
ave. Featuring Mrs. Margaret
i ,Adams of Northwestern Senior SATURDAYA
By DAVE (Mir. Swing) BONDU High School. Subject, "Thee-

o ........................................................................ a gro and Beauty Culture." black man chained to a white
1 man to escape from the
..trying ,
YOU selected Charles The Beauticians of Miami :will
Hadley JHAVE for your unofficial Mayorof I do a" number of "Conaib-Out [lawand each other.

Sepia Miami! Eight weeks ago, ceed, try, try again. (Famous! I Styles. -
Mr. Hadley was in last position, words). Biddy Wood has turned I Please come and witness this
and came ahead with flying colors show producer. This is his first affair. We will be looking for
to take the lead after the 5th big venture in this thing called I you.
week of Postal Card voting. The show business. Biddy will pro- .
title of "Unofficial Negro Mayor' duce "The Harlem Express" In 1--'
does not carry a salary, but puts CIro's big room, which will fea-
Mr. Hadley in a position to go to ture Damita Jo, Stunv and BUNCHi
the City Fathers with problems Stumpy, Norma Miller and her :
that concern the Negro" commun- jazz Men, Joe Noble and company, THEATRE OPA LOG ity. When he takes our grievances :' plus the gorgeous ,beige beautiesAll Tel. NA 17322
to the County and City 'Commissioners this will take place on Friday SUN, MON., TUES.
he will be able to get a evening of this +week Of course,
direct answer and report to the Biddy, being a fast thinker, will Guy Madison In
people of Miami the results of inject a Sunday Morning Break- "BULL ;,'WHIP"
his meeting. Mr. Hadley took the fast Show. Biddy siz his show Cinemascope (and Color
poll; by a landslide. The final will be a fast stepping show Plus
score: similar to the first Cotton Club
' Charles Hadley................... 2138 Show. Even tho the Jump For Blondes, Booze and Bullets ;
Atty H. Arrington ........ ...... 1362 Joy show didn't click, with the Never Love a StrangerJohn
Dr. I. P. Davis .................... 1139E. kind of luck Biddy has in his BarrymoreRITZ rtwrws
N. Taylor ............................ 983 pocket and head, it's just pos- _
Father T. Gibson ... ............ .. 977 sible that he may hit. If the Harlem "!:5.
Dr. J. O. Brown ..................... 878 Express catches on, it will r
Thomas Bannister .................... 602 be a life saver for further sepia"- ,
Now that this is accomplished, shows on the Beach. I'm in favor JOHN SAXONSANDRA
please let us respect and recog- Biddy has Damita Jo, Joe DEE
nize Mr. Hadley as our Unofficial Noble, and in the lounge he has
Mayor, even though you Chris Colombo and Sally BlaIr. THEATRE d :
might not have voted for him. He How In the h . can this guy SUN. MON., TUES. !mEstwRIcwr1S
ias the choice of the majorityand miss? I like to say, "I told you
it is you, too, who will bene- so" . So I'll say again, as I Joel McCrea 'JAMES WHJTMOREJ
fit from the services he will give. said a few weeks ago . with .
Your grievances should be sent all that talent, used correctly, "Tall Stranger"Plus
to him . whether large or this could be a heck of a show. I
small, if they are the concern of wish Biddy all the luck In the SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
our community, he should be world. ( _. .- _. ".,..
made aware of them and we are "Dino"Sal '
sure he will do everything in his THIS SUNDAY afternoon at Mlnoo
power to alleviate the situation. 3 p.m. the Miami Branch NAACP .. 12IB7.1h .
Now, from this end of the ,pen, will present a Celebrity Paradeat Vo'mGE T.chnlco''
I'd like to say to Mr. Hadley, the Longshoreman's Hall, 816
"May your year as Mayor be suc- NW 2nd Ave. This Celebrity Parade cSIB A MORNlNGSloe ProductionAcauasuPSctun
cessful and l profitable to all our will feature all of the top CAPITOLTHEATRE ?
people." Another election will names in show business whoare 1
take place in November of 1959, appearing at the best clubs'
L and if you feel that he has done and hotels In the area. ytme OPTHK Biooaar IN ONB OP THB BHSTIi -

his community' service you may .. "' .... -- - "' .... SAT. MIDNITE : i: I ( I I I I
reelect him for another year. .

Jimmy Randolph saying to Saran **.
Lou ''Harris: "Duke Ellllngton is County
with Geo. '
the Sarah Lou Harris of the Men MontgomeryPlus JS ,> : TCCHWCOLOWScran
. Well, maybe so;"'.but Sarah NewsBy QNan 5oOPE
Lou is ,jprettier . Bob London, "Attack of The 50 Ft. .*. !*RWM SHAN Dtocttf*W6UT fAKRISH -4
a newspaper columnist for Pana- Women" Date**RTO HUH mi AUOT1ROCCOUtVflfi "A WAIWQ/ PRODIJCI'gM'ACC1UMBIAPICT\
rama (a Beach circulation) shouldbe
singing instead of writing. He Walter Bow
has a tremendous voice which
carries a solid message. Of _._._.._.-. --.---._. .---- FaiM.BufAS

course, I always enjoy readinghis Mrs. Clara Milton and Ernest
column, but to me and theCiro's Mace-
members of New
customers, he .is a popular ,
favorite. donia Baptist Church, attended EVER SEE!
I the Association In W P. Beach DARING A PICTURE! AS WU.

LOOKING AT The pool at the Feb. 11-15. Mr, Davis attendedthe THUNDERBOLT. . A Story I
L Sir John Hotel the other day reminded sessions at Bethel and Mrs. faT A DRAMATIC From Real Life!
me of the old Lord Cal- Milton at Tabernacle, S About Real people . .Torn I

vert Hotel days, with such familiar IS LOVE A SIN? . SN The Answer In r I
The Carver Ranches Elemen-
faces as Slim Hall, Sarah ,
a Lou Harris, Cathy Mendez, Rev, tary School PTA will present a I
C. L. Franklin, Jackie Robinson, Spring Fashion' Show Monday !
The Treniers, Bonnie Davis and night, Feb. 23 at 8 p.m. In the Wasted
Clem Morman, Earl Bostic, Chris school cafetoflum. ,Come and enjoy II II I I
Colombo, Duke Ellington, Stump yourselves. Admlsston 60 I
and Stumpy, Norma Miller, Jim- cents. I N I
my Randolph, Damita Jo, Jo Lives"i
Thompson, Millicent Smith, Bid- Little' Marian James of West .1 /
dy Woods, Eddie Piper and a lot Hollywood 'Won the baby. contest OiORtAU 'C'
of other folk I've never seen be- from Little Theresa Bell of Hal- i CH1KA

fore. But the Sir John wpn't landale on Sunday, Feb 15 at 1' .
really swing until Hilda McDon-I Ward's Chapel AME Church. It ""' SS '.*j TtellHhHttirFftCUofUfeIN

old, Rose Smith, Rose ]axing, was, sponsored by1 Beauticians 1 i {ed Ii Every Det14! I,
Rankin and that bunch 1
Rowena Unit No. 36 of Hallandale and I
make the scene. However, everybody West Hollywood. Ttaw
Is balling and enjoying the M)err Y11 ... k 4Sa
good Florida sun, ALIEN 1 Star Light Lodge No. 542 will Warslae/ Kerr/w '

meet Friday night, Feb. 20 8 pan
,RAY MITCHELL'S -North- All members are asked to be at
South Golf Tourney Awards Ball SHOWN FOR THE FI
the Masonic Temple on time. RST TIME ON
will ibe held at the JlnTJam Club AMAZING..TRUE ANY SCREEN!
'ton Sunday night. Don't miss 1UEver1body ,
The CWIH\ Chamber of Com
will be there, and a You'v. N.vsr S..,
merce will meet at the home of Anything Like rN ,
swinging time Is promised Johnson
O'Neal Monday night,
t Sally Blair, the sultry songstress, Feb. 23 at 9 p.m. Members are The
to dig Damita Jo's
closing dropped In at Ciro's last Monday urged to attend. BIRTHof (

bight and did a pre-openIng with The .public Is invited to a musical \-olor
The session was a natural -
drama entitled 'The Great S Ir
gasser . Ex-Brooklyn
Judgement Morning" to be heldat
Jackie Robinson, gets up
Dodtxer, '
In' order to make It to I the Church of God of Prophecy -

''the at 5 golf a.m. course at 6 a.m.. As Feb., Carver 26. Ranches, Thursday, ( by CACSAR1EN; StC ON)

Jackie said to me, "Dave, please
'people of Miami to get (also A
ask the NATURAL
A surprise birthday party was DIRT
so that they can
out and register their right to vote. Once given for Mrs. Eleanor Bowe by THE BEGINNINQ OF X
'exercis., will be a lot her husband this 'week Many of TOLD WITH DELICACY REYEREdCEI
they da- that, tour dty" And her friends In the' community attended AND
of changes In AWESOME
'voti':.know something ..
take a man -
Does it
percent to'tcU1lS that LIB-CITY DRIVE-IN
t another'. State first class Support Your THEATRE
w-e ir 'Ji YOt acting as ..I I r r
should? NoW th t he has, YMCA Membership Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., Feb. 2528AT 11

5rt.take.Thiim.uR! } : ; Jtla., J REGULAR ADMISSION PRICES :
don'r +uo'
t -r"f>l )RST you l, +

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Junior Group of Telethon. '

Beta :Tau Zeta stories Presently during they"Children's are reading Hour/'

'1'hAmicettes are making at the YMCA everySaturday
themselves very useful. Some oi from 10-12.) These 'young ladies
the outstanding community services will read stories to children ot
they have rendered are: ages 38.Please .
1. Addressing literature for the send your child.
National Conference of Christians Members are: Doris Harrell,
and Jews. Mlrian Nickeson, Barbara Car-
2, Assisting in making curtainsfor negy ante Jones, Barbara Sands,
. the dedication of the YMCA Betty Lou Johnson, Brenda Williams -
(Carver'h Branch). I Dorothy J Jenkins Dorothy
3. Donating funds to UCP 1959 McKellon. '


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A recent wedding anniversarywas R, Newton,. who planned it, and inj remarking( "They Just don't
that of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie gave her assistance. I look as though they have been :
Pecke who entertained a partyof Guests came and went all even- married that long"
friends at their home, 1788 I
NW 65th st.

The occasion was their 25th NAACP SEEK BOAT SHOW
anniversary. The couple made a
/ beautiful picture of "Blissful 500,000 ''MEMBERS OPENS TODAYThe
Through The Years Understanding -
NEW YORK A campaign to
as they sat and greeted the
who enroll 'a ,half-million members in Miami International Boat
were( presented to
them by Mrs Dorothy Edwards te National Association for the Show hoists anchor for its 18th
Mrs Pecke looked very charming Advancement of Colored People annual\ production at the Dinner
attired in a beautiful white dressof during the Association's; 50th anniversary Key Exposition Building Feb.. 20
peau de sole, white elbow year of 1959 was announced with 227 exhibitors showing an
length gloves, and white satin this week by Executive estimated $3,000,000, worth of
sllp/ers. Mr. Pecke presented Secretary Roy Wilkins boats and boating gear.
Airs Daisy E. Lampkin of
himself the handsome newly-
as The Tent Marina, a fixture at
Pittsburgh, a member of the Association's -
wed groom in his black tuxedo. the show for several has
Board of Director, has
The bride's table been one-third :
especially been named national chairman enlarged by to
decorated :with 'silver candelabra take care of the expansion. It also fh
of the campaign, the spring' phase
holding white candles, silver tea of which will be launcred on has ,been moved to a more /prominent .. #
and coffee service, a one-tiered April 1 and will continue thru position on the north side
wedding cake with two wedding June 30. There will also be a fall of the exposition building.A That'i the super-dry taste you get

carries a solid message. Of campaign, Sept. 15 to Dec. 15, in when you make
encased the new feature this will be your
rings befitting cry- year .
cities not
participating in the
stal bowl ; an Aqua Parade in Martini with clean- ...
punch ; presented a ca- earlier drive. State and local Biscayne Bay ..
terer's dream. Mrs. Ava Brown from MacArthur Causeway to
presided over the coffee service designated.campaign chairmen are being the Dinner Key Marina, startingat bA taIND

while Mrs. Cleomie Crompton Membership In 1958 amountedto one p.m. Sunday. Brucc Forbes, FLEISCHMANN'S .
poured the punch Both ladies 326,200. The 1959 drive seeksto president of the publishing firm
served in theIr' usual charming, of Forbes, Inc. will lead the parade -
increase that number 175-
relaxed and gracious manner. by with his 98-foot yacht Highlander .
000 including 100,000 7ouh mem-
Eunice friend of GIN'
I Mrs. Liberty, a bers. Among goals accepted by
I long standing, took charge of the state and local units of the Entertainment will be provided -
many, many expensive suitable, NAACP are Philadelphia, 50,000; throughout the show
I silver which she recorded by the DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN
I and in her usual Virginia, 50,000; ,Illinois, 40,000; Dancing Waters. Performancesare SO PROOF THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING
displayed cap-
i Missouri ( and Kansas scheduled *
25,000; at 3 p.m. and
tivating manner. Mrs. Edna B. CORPORATION, NEW, YORK CITY
6,000. every hour starting at 7:30
Ruth : pan
Williams and Mrs. Rogers
prepared the very delectable collation ;o-wwvrro: ..:.-=.rrva:.:......,..............r..rr'.:...:...:uln..vw .y r..rr.uvvp..yr...r.yr... .___
which was Immensely en- .Choir to Celebrate tttttt .*.*tti&itttti>y.i&uy.&H M .
Joyed by all. The buffet servicewas
supervised by Mose Wilson Anniversary
The No. 2 choir of New Hope I IIt
who did an excellent Job of seeing -
to it that ,everyone was prop- Hope Primitive! Baptist Church, .NOWOPEN I
erly served. Appropriate music NW First Place and 13th St., will
fox such a' setting was renderedby celebrate its 13th anniversary on w
the versatile Baldiwri Hep- this. Friday night' February 20,
burn who sang "Because" and at 8 o'clock, and, on this Sunday It
I I "For You Alone" in his best dramatic afternoon at 3 o'clock at the A CICELY FURNISHED
I and melodic manner. Their church. The /public is, cordially
unusual social event is a credit to,invited. Rev, H. C. Samuels, pas- 1 ::3n

I the couple's friend, Mrs., Dorothy tor.JAMES. nw;

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1.. 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. Order of Service N

Opa Locka Sunday School..?..........,......n 9:30:

Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor Morning worship 11100
DTU ...........?......................,.... 630:
Sunday School..... ......... 9:30: a.m.
Evening worship ..................... 7:30
Morning worship ............ 11 am.
League ................................ 5 pan. Rev. J. N Byrd, pastor
CI t Evening worship ................ 7 pm. Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter.
I NOTE: Visitors are always

me to : I rc( TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince at to anytime.come and. worship withus

,: H. 'Mobley, pastor
Sis C. MeKinney, reporter Men's 'Day ,At
; .
"Jesus Questioned, .About The Allen ChapelSunday

ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU Great Commandment" was the .
: subject of the lesson on Sunday Feb. 22 will be Men's

I i THE MIAMI -"The Peoples' Newspaper" ................................ 5:30: pjn past. The -lesson was found in Day at Allen Chapel corner 5th
Evening Worship ............ 7:30: pan Mark 12:28-34. Memory:: verse ave and 22nd Terr, Beginning.
1 PAGE '10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21 >1959 Visitors always'welcome and the devotional reading was with the Sunday School at 9:30:

Sunday School........... 9:30: ajn found in Mark 12:33 and I John a.m. with Supt. Robert Watsonat
........ UOO.a.m
Morning Worship 3:1-11.: The lesson as a whole was his post. At 11 o'clock the call
MATTHEW 'AMEZ 323 N.W. 14th St.
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN very interesting.The to worship by Bro. David Lewis,
Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor
+ Rev. James E. Culmer, pastor ...1628 N.W. 3th Ave Sunday Services subject of the YPE Band chairman. Guest speaker for the
Eddie Edwards, clerk ftev. A. J. Warren, pastor was "God Loveth a Cheerful morning service, Rev. Milton

:Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m Sunday School ................ 9:45; ajn FIRST UNITARIANOn Giver," II Corinthians 9:6-7.: Af- Smith. 3 pjm., Rev. D. A. Rus-
Morning worship .... ...-... 11OC Morning Worship .*........... 11 a.m. ter the lesson was discussed there sell and (congregations: of Hallan-
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pm Evening worship ............ 7:30: pm Sunday, Feb. 22 at the First was a very nice program which dale.At
{ Unitarian Church located on 7 p.m. call to worship by
was rendered by Bro. R. .
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER CORINTH BAPTIST Dixie Highway at SW 29th Road, Moultry. !Bro. James Thomas. Guest speaker -
the Rev. Edna P. Bruner of Bos- The evening devotional servicewas Dr. G. W. Hawkins. The public -
} N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. 1450 N.W. 59th St. ton; will be guest speaker at both conducted by Br6. E. Williams is Invited. Bro. Lewis is very
Phone FR 9-1424 Rev.* W. T. Thomas, pastor the 11 a.m. service and the Uni- and the expressions were busy making ready for a great

1 ..........?MASSESDaily ...................... 8 a.m Services Phone every NE 5-1518 Sunday tarian Church' School. Sponsors'. open: up by Bro. B. Edwards and event for your enjoyment. The};
luncheon 1215.
others followed. The
at : ser-
many music will be furnished by St.
1 Sunday ........ 7 a.m. & 8:30: ajn Sunday School ...-....... 9:30 a.m. vice was very high in the spirit Paul AIME Church male chorus.

Morning Service .....,...... 11 a.m. Rev. Bruner is accociate direc- and the,Lord was really glorified.The You will have to hear them tc
THE INCARNATION Evening Service ......: 7:30 p.m. tor and field worker for the Division speaker for the evening was appreciate them.
of Education of the Coun-
1835 N.W. 58th Street Rev. Glosten. His subject was
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vi ar TRINITY WESLEYANRev. cil of Liberal Churches (Unitar- taken from Matt. 5:6.: The sermon The members of Allen Chapel
ian-UnIversalist). She has serv- was most inspiring and uplifting.Rev. .
Susan Butler, reporter George E. Johnson will entertain the North Miami
pastor ed Universalist churches in N. Scpniers gaVe the clos- District Conference, which will
Mrs. Andrews
Winter Schedule ;unday School..........?.,,..... 9 a.m Waterloo, Iowa, and Canton, New ing remarks on the sermon and convene March 4 and 5, Wednes-
Sundays: Morning worship .................... 11OC: York For three years she was the altar call. We were honoredto day and Thursday. This meeting .
School and dean of the Universalist Mid- have of visiting
Church so many our
will be held
in the
Young People's Meeting new church.
Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: ajn. p.m West Institute and another three friends out with us to enjoy God.
They will march out the old
Solemn Sung Mass and years was director of the Laboratory -
Sermon .................... 11:00 a.m. GREATER NEW BETHEL School at Ferry Beach, Me. church into the new. March 1 at
E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00 pan Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor I Her sermon topic for the 11 CLEANING 10:45.: You are welcome to Join
the march with us and share
Solemn Evensong and Mrs R. Conley, clerk a.m. service will be "What Makes
I Sermon ......... ............. 7:30: pjn. : education Religious?" and at the WILLIE HARRIS with us our first service to be
Tuesday: Asking the question, "Are you luncheon she will speak on "In- held therein.
+ St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild ready to meet God?" as he delivered terpreting the Curriculum." Specializing in Cleaning and

Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m.. the morning message was Waxing Floors, Homes and Prayer Band Has
r Wednesday: our pastor, who gave inspiring ''NEW Offices. 2070 NW 215th St., OpaLocka
Low Mass .................... 8:30: ajn. advice to his audience of how MT. ZIONThe phone NA 10307. AnniversaryThe
O JT Evensong and Meeting of necessary it is to prepare to meet New Mt. Zion Baptist
a Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. our God He declared that sinceit Church of Hialeah, Rev. W. M. Liberty Community City wishes Prayer to thankall

Thursday: : is a certainty that we must Mason, pastor, will celebrate its MONROE MUSIC HOUSE of the ministers, churches,
Choir of St. Michael'sAnd
A The AU meet him one, day, then we 9th annual Woman's Day on Everything in Gospel Music groups and friends who shared
> Rehearsal .................... 5:30: p.m.I should strive to meet him in an Sunday The ,speaker Feb. 22.for the occasions Everything for the Church. with them in making their first
g approvable' character. anniversary a huge success. Theweek's
Frida v' Mrs. Clara Hymnals, Furniture, 1959 Com
M. Pearsall, prin-
service held at the
mentaries. Mall orders was
St. Cecelia's Choir \Rev C. MoClary delivered the cipal of Dunbar Elementary. SheIs promptly
Rehearsal................. 8:00:: pm. evening on the sub-Ject a member of St. James AME filled, 242 NW 8th St., Apt. 6. Peaceful Zion Baptist, Church of
message ,
which the Rev. C. P. Preston is
FR 3.6493, Miami 36 Fla.
C Stations of the Cross .. "Blackout on Calvary," after'Church, prominent in social and ,
NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mass ind
which civic work. pastor.Mrs.
an interesting programwas L. McClendon, Pres.
Benediction of
Mass and
High featured in 'benefit of our on The public is invited. -
the Blessed Sacrament on All coming Women's Day to climax Mrs. Ethel G. Primus is gen-
Feast Days.Weekends. the 4th Sunday in April. eral chairman and Mrs. Chellie
: Low mass on all
holy and Saints' Days. Another benefiting occasion of co-chairman. ,Get out of ,the rut! Come and see

Solemn ,Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on our Women's' Day program will MARTIN <
all Feast be observed Sunday, Feb. 22 at MEMORIAL AME
Days.Friday the home of Sis. Lenora Conley,
Richmond Heights
Stations of the Cross, 8 pm. 2090 NW Service Road, where Rev. Albert Jones, pastor Bishop :HunterWHO
Sis. Ruby 'Smith Taylor is engaged -
The Saints Ann-Margaret to be the guest speaker. Tea Make a Joyful noise unto the

Chapter of the Women of the Incarnation and other refreshments will be Lord, all ye lands. Service the IS ,WELL '
is sponsoring its Sec- served. Everyone is Invited. Alsoa Lord with gladness, come beforehis
ond Annual Seasonal Tea on special program has been arranged presence with sinking. KNOWN ,AS
Sunday, Feb. 22 at 4 p.m. at the for Sunday night's wor- Excerpt from the morning a y m
Parish Hall, 17th ave. and 69th ship. Everyone is welcome. scripture lesson, the 100th Psalm. PROF. HUNTER '

st. The public is cordially invited I Services were highly inspiring on v.. .
NEW BETHEL Sunday. Our Sunday School hada '
A.M.E. ):
Mrs. Julie Clarke chairman.On .
banner attendance and the students For. '1 the 'past 33 yearsIf 0- ' :' t1
Rev. J. S. Blake, pastor came with hearts and "'
Tuesday, Fob 24 also St. open ,
Matthias Day will mark our Goulds, Fla. minds ucation.At to. accept this religious ed- .you are sick and, "' ,". _, 1
.Vicar's 10th Anniversary to the Once again it was time for our 11 o'clock worship! our worried or in' trouble ,e .f ;;; ,.' .'
priesthood. Mass will be said at our first quarterly conference "
6:30: a.m.. Your prayers and pres- which held the"business part on Jones pastor was led'- the at his as he this U the place to : : 'f ; A < t

ence are requested. Friday nlte Feb. 5 at 8 o'clock livered the message from the 12th come. Don't stay in the e :: ,i/ '-

The quarter was opened by Rev chapter of Hebrews 1-2 Both rut. Push back the veil ,, '
On. last Sunday night Father I J. S. Blako by singing "A were inspiring<< and informative. 'Wl" 1("R .'" ,
Gibson Charge to Keep I Have. The of the lack of under'standing r't< ,
rector of Christ Episco- At five o'clock the youth of the ; ,,,-;, :
pal Church, Coconut Grove and Scripture text was read by Rev. church met with the pastor and and bad luck J.T(*/t.-; :;:', .
J. B. Gorman
congregation' worshipped with us. from St. John in other adults to elect officers of ' .
It was very impressive to see South Miami. Then Rev. W. B. the Allen Christian Endeaver that seem to hold you " '

the church filled, to capacity with Coffey went into the business League for the .year. in your track and adVance S

members Incarnation of intermingled Christ Church and and to part boards of reported the quarter.100 All per class cent.and The Rev. William H. Woods, forward by the _

assistant pastor of New Bethel
of God.
behold the combined choirs and On Sunday, Feb. 8, Sunday AME of Goulds delivered the

acolyte the (guilds chancel serving and togetherin Scholl l began at 9,30: with Bro. sermon for evening His text was Your home and every day' life can be made happy.He .
Sanctuary.The T. Z. Roux
as superintendent and taken from 2nd
Timothy 1-2. Ills
will show enemies the
First Lesson was read by all teachers at their post. you to bypass your get
message was most heart warm-,
)layreader Cyril White, Christ At 11 a.m. Presiding Elder Coffey things that God put in the world for you. Let the

Church, second lesson by layreader was in charge. He ,preacheda' ing.On Thursday evening Rev H. peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the

Thomas P. Johnson, Incarna- few minutes from the 15th McNeil Harris, pastor of St. power that is in you will be awaken and you will be

tion. Sermon preached by Father chapter of Apostle; of Act. Subject James AME of Liberty City, and in a higher state of mind and spirit.
Theodore Gibson. .. "The Beautiful Gate." He pointed his congregation rendered ser-

out four points: vice for us. It was Indeed a plea- Listen to Radio Station ''WMIE at 1140 on your
: BAHA'I ASSEMBLY 1. A place to pray. 2. A placeto sure and we thank them and dial every morning at 6:59 from Monday through

Miss Olive Alexander, executive 4. A 3.for A place to poverty. hope we can visit them in the Friday and on Sunday at 6:45 a.m. you are invitedto

director of JESCA, will power. near future listen ,to the Radio Ministry of Hunter
The No. 2 choir furnished On
mus- Feb. 25 the Young Peoples'
speak at the Baha'i Center 137
NW llth ave., 7:45: pjn. Sunday, with Mrs. Evelyn Davis at the Dept. will present a one-act the Spiritual Temple' of Zion Church located at 5417
Feb. 22. Her subject will be "AmI piano and the No. two ushers drama called the "Church Fight". Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. Donation /will
My Brother's Keeper?" All served. The visitors were Mr. and Won't you please come out and be accepted for the continuation of this broadcast.
and crefaiths are invited.NOTICE Mrs. Baker from West Palm enjoy yourself. Adults 50 cents, "
races Beach and Mrs. Jonnye Mae- children 25 cents. Prof. Hunter's office is-open daily from 10 a.m.

Charlowi Plant City. Whisper a word of prayer for to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and con
the sick and the shut in..
The 7 p.m. devotion was also sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof. licensed

,, ,All Church notices MUST be led by the pastor from 3rd chapter BETHANY BAPTIST by the State and County as a Reader.
...wrrtten double spaced I of St. John. Rev. CoUey's'subject
:;-:and on one hut of paper. Copy "God's Love." His points 3078 N.W. 45th St. .One mile east of 7th Ave. on Highway 441 Old

MUST be Into our office by 0'pm' were, boundance, breath, depth Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remem-
;; Tuesday of each week to : and height. The No. 2 choir Sunday School ...-_... 9:30 .
|Insure.. ,n..rtlon.-church Editor.Carefully ''again rendered service. Two new Morndng Service ?._. 11 am ber the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood,

';'t classes and 37 new members were BTU ........._-.......-... 5:30 pjn Florida.

I added this quarter. Evening Service .......-;u 730: pan ,.
.; .;Drive Sis. Beatrice Moncey, reporter Prayer Service, Tfaurs. 7:30 pjn, 'it ' ,


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Observes Men's Day MT. SINAI BAPTIST MT. ZION BAPTIST THE MIAMI TIMES' -"The .Peoples1 Newspaper" .

Revs S. A. Thomas pastorD. Luvenia Knox SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1959 PAGE 11
q B.. reporter Public Relations Officer

On last Sunday the activities Sunday, Feb 14, was a very
of the day were full as usual. Be- high day at the Mt. Zion Baptist CONGREGATIONALRev. Creature.' Me explained to the
ginning in Sunday School, the Church The sermons delivered by audience that to be of Christ like
day was interesting, the atten- our pastor Rev. Edward T. Gra- Charles Wllks, pastor. one must have the mark of the
4u dance was good. Teachers and ham provided sufficient spiritual A. E. McNeal reporterOur Lord Jesus.

pupils were at their post of duty. food for those of us who were I pastor Rev. Wilks, starteda ThreeWere/ baptized and one
Knowing too that the general present to feast upon the balance series of Lenten sermons on was fellowshipped- full
superintendent was alway, the of the week. He also presented "Walking With The Master" membership. Music was furnished -
idea for loyal service was portrayed a challenge to those of us who which deals with the life, teach- by choir No. 2.
with the workers. The post as Christian that we do ing, attitudes .and significance ot
second Supt. Mr. Murray is always not always let our lights so shin Jesus the Christ. Last Sunday he. Sunday night the Rev. E. O.
on the Job at th&-right time. so that those who might not know spoke on "The River (Jordan) Smith brought a heart warmIng
r j The Florida East Coast Association God can see a brighter way of And The Life," and will continuethis sermon, "Jesus Only." Music was
convened In West Palm life. coming Sunday with the sub- furnished by choir No. 2.
Beach last week which
accountsfor ject "Comrades Along The Way." Coming this Fob. 26
Sunday ,
the absence of the pastor. you to come out on
Sunday afternoon, Feb. 22 at 5 Beginning at 10:15: a.m. Sun- the baby contest will end.
May I take this chance to acquaint o'clock and enjoy the wonderful day morning, Rev. Wilfcs will The public is invited to come
you of the alertness of program (which the Laymen's give instructions to those who out and see these babies on parade -
Miss Clara Griffin,' who preparedan League has planned for you. Rev. would like to know more about .
essay on the topic: "Why Go Randolph Thompson, our religious Congregationalism. Our regular

.., To Florida Normal Industrial Me- educational director wiL: morning services /swill begin as
-Y morial College?" She won first speak on the subject "The Lay- usual, 11:00: a.m. Bring your Mt. Zion Church
'prize, taking high honors for the men and The Church children to church with you as
Rev E. R.
The | Ferguson
pop- church. The pastor, ,Mrs. Thomas SupperAn
every Sunday there is a special
ular of Beulah
pastor Baptist
her directors, her family and her junior service for them and SUn-
Church 3795 Frow Ave. in Coconut
school; also her lovely speech day School. invitation is extended to all
Grove, which will observeIts teacher, ,who helped so gracious. 360 N.W. 14th Terr. persons of all denominations to
annual Men's Day on Sunday ly in her deliberation.Did I I Our state superintendent, Rev. have supper on Monday evening
Feb. 22. you know we have boysin Last Sabbath the congregationheard Ralph held a meeting with the Fob 23, in the dining room of
Highlight of the day's activitieswill the youth department who are a very outstanding sermon officers of the church and gave Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Mrs.
\be the ordination of Jethro destined to become artists if followed by Elder Calvin Rock. Elder them some encouraging news Elizabeth Espy Johnson, general
Parker, as a deacon, at the 11 up? It takes someone like Rook's sermon was centered about. their regular- pastor. chairman, and Mrs. Addle Pierceof
a.m. service.At their' directress Mrs. Thomas to around "Health. Elder Rock the Business and Professional

3 pm. on Sunday, a spec- discover their art ability' | pointed out the Importance of MT. HERMON A.M.E. Woman's Circle, have arranged
'' lal musical will A word of commendation for having a healthy body. He stat- quite a unique (program Mrs.
gospel program ed "that in order to have healIthy Rev. S. L. Gay, paator
singing igrouffs' the choristers of a Parks C. Hunter, president
be ,presented and will feature the '
Rising Sun Gospel Singers the the church. They were very I body we should eat a proper Letha Gamble, reporter the United Council of Church
Harmonizing Echoes and good in their renditions and also diet. He further emphasized that Opa Locka. Pla Women, will be tho speaker. Mrs.
a number -
of other well known gospel loyal to the service. The morn- in our day and time the animals Sunday Fob. 15 Parks is a gifted speaker* and hasa
was another
singing groups.At Ing /worship was dependent on that (Iwe depend on for meats are high day. message for those interested in
the choir to portray the gospel usually infected with disease At the 11 o'clock the life of the church.
7:30: p.m. Sunday night, the message in song, and they did, Therefore, we should become Gay's service Rev
text sale for
was 'Therefore if Tickets on
are now
Men's Day message will be de- The pastor and his assistant being more on the vegetarian side. be any
man in
he is a New $1.00.
livered by the Rev. E. J. Shep- absent. Worship with us, you
On Sabbath Feb. 21 the
pard, pastor og Kerr Memorial are welcome young
Methodist of Perrine. Rev.'Sheppard people will be expecting great,
will be accompanied by his MT. CALVARY BAPTIST things. They have already made OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
entire congregation.! The public is plans to attend the "Youth Con-
invited Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor federation" which is being held
Phyllis Myers, reporterWe in Key West. The Key West SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

NEW MT. CALVARYRev. young people can expect to seea PSYCHIC,READERLet
began our services with the chartered bus plus e largo
W. P. Tarpley, pastor Sunday School at -$:45.: The lesson number of cars from Miami. Elder -
Edna E. Thompson, reporter was reviewed by. Bro. Mann Fred Parker a young man
At 11 ajn. devotional servicewas who is on firo for the Lord and
Sunday School was opened at conducted by Bro. Smith. who is a favorite of the young
the usual hour by our Supt. Dea- The music was furnished by the people will be the guest speakerat
con N Miller by singing "Bye and No 1 choir sang soulstirringsongs. the Youth Confederation.
Bye." Prayer was in unison. All Then our pastor came Before
leathers were present.( : The lesson us with the morning's mes- Regular services will be heldat
was reviewed by the, pastor. sage subject "Repentence." Bethany on Sabbath and her
The Rev. M. M. Smith delivered At 3 fljm. we had a very wonderful doors 'swing open to you on wel-
the morning message. Subject program !given by the come hinges..
"Come Now' Text, Come now Junior church. We also want to
said the Lord and let us reason thank Antioch Baptist, First Baptist
together.The of Qp-a Looka and Now Hope
evening prayer service was Baptist Junior choirs for help- J. B. SMITH
led by Deacon Oliver Slaughter. ing make our program a big suc
Speaker for the evening was the ELECTRICSERVICE
Rev W. P. Tarpley, "Follow Me." cess.At devotional
7 a.m. the service -
On the sick list: Mother Nellie
was conducted by Deacon
Moore and Sis. McKeever. Johnson. Then the music was mjr years of Experience guide and protect yon throughLife
We thank the Lord for hearingour furnished by the No. 2 choir. Electrical Contractor tut a Lighthouse guide the ship in A storm
In behalf of our pas-
Then our pastor rendered the HOUSEWIRING"Don't
tor. We are glad that he is up night's ,sermon subject "Make WIIKN.OTHKIIS FAIL YOU BED MB
able to deliver the Sun-
and evening was message. The church Haste" found I King 17:3.: cuss Call UI" For Success in Business And ,Love
day the sick and
to the familyof us PHONE NE 5-3058 CONSULT HER
sends its sympathy those in need of spiritual guid- -
mother.Mrs. Julia We have Spicer a candidate who for ance. Visitors are always wel- Night or Day You can now have your home made happy *

baptism., come to come and worship withus Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

at any time. 0 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now

EBENEZER METHODISTReV. ........,........._............................................... ............-.. _...,. ....-.-..... '"rr 0 By the help of God she can help you
Aaron D. Hall, pastor COMMUNITYDRUG Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
Ernestine L. Hambrlck, report trouble '

Services Sunday were highly It will pay you 'to call and laM this Gifted Medium First

spiritual. Rev. Hall preached setting the a U STORECOR. Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
very touching sermon,
church on hallowed fire. .be touched by this'strange mysterious power

On this Sunday and ,congregation the Rev. J. D.ot N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

Washington The same God who delivered MOM and the children of Israelof
St. Paul AME Church !will ren-
der an after service program PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut old U still alive today and will open a way for you through
after the 7 p.m. worship. The the troubled seas of life. Let not him that U blind lead you or
public Is Invited to attend. Rate Drugs Free DeliveryCOSMETICS you stumble with him.

Sunday Is Youth Day at Eben-out GIFTS HOSIIHY FOUNTAIN SERVICE Do you doubt 'the etlstence of thing because you cannot see
ezer. You're invited to come
and enjoy a day with our young 8EALTE8T ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS them?
people. What, do yon think of the Invisible waves and sounds that

Keep reading your Times to PHONE OXford 1.7515 make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible

learn about Sip the the Senior St. Patrick Usher C. M. JOLLIVETTE 8R., Prop A .Mxl before it sprout' lie concealed secret, sO nt In the

Frappe . . ............,................ ....................... ... ,. dark earth 'or 'womb of ''Nature. TIIICIU3 IS AN "UNSEEN,
Board No. 2 Is sponsoring. ........ ........................... .............. ..-. ... ... ... ... ... ---
The WSOS Invites you to attend POWER"
their 20th anniversary this
Sunday at 4 p.Dat the church. Therefore, acquaint your.
Parents are urged to send their self ''with the "one 'who ,is an ,

children to Youth Fellowship each authority. Whose private

Wednesday evening at 7:30.: All DOR-CHA Inc. consultation will evolve you ; ,

youth adult counselors activities are for supervised the benefitof by to a higher 'state of mind. '

your child. All Information is
The Dist. Supt. will hold a bus- R
iness session of the First Quar- Rentals Strictly Confidential "
terly Conference on Monday night w;
Feb. 24. Members of the confer-
Office Hours 0 a.m49 p.m.
asked to be present with
ence are
their report. -.- Sundays 10 a.m. fo 1 fktn.

Train your child- the way it Don't Write Call in Person ,
should "go for when he Is old It 1009 H.W 2nd Ave.Phone -

will to not come depart.out and Parents send are your urged DAILY READING ,..00 UP

child to Sunday School each Sun-. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
day at 9:30 o'clock.
Visitors are always welcome to FR 4-0028-FR 4-3853 MADAM HUNTER

worship! with us.Advertise "" '

MIAMI 36, FLORIDA \ 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami

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'd THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"' IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM survived'< "by, his widqw, Mrs.

: Inez Brown, five children, a
, PAGE 12 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21., 1959CARDSMEMORIALS memory of our dear father; J n sad but loving memory of,. 'I mother, Mrs. Sinkey Brown, two
, I grandfather and great grand- l --'III! brothers, '& sister and other relatives -
! father who departed this world '" Funeral was held FetoT' 19

into eternity Feb. 21, 1958 Three at 2. p.m. at Friendship''Baptist
,years have passed since you left "'!. Church, Rev; Turner* of ffditing.nTT .

us. Sweet memories still linger , ,
I in the hearts of those who were, "- *.& ? *

so close to us. There are vacant . ;. ... _ r .r.,', ...'.,..
':" Thank YouThe CARD OF THANKSThe places in our homes which can : ':' '
I never be filled. Sadly missed by Mrs. Mamfe. Daniels,, of -2112NW
family of the late, 71st St.; died in Jackson Memorial -
family of the late Mr. your loved ones.
want to thank FLORENCE BELL Only a look at Jesus Hospital. Wednesday, Feb
Walter Johnson
who this Jan. 17 11. ,.She Is survived
departed by eight
I for kindness 'during ourJ wises Oh, so bowed down with care,
you your A
in New York City, to express children. Her body was shipped
J, bereavement. We especially wantto He, has promised to defend thee
thank the Range Funeral their sincere appreciationand He will all your burdens share I Feb. 20) ,to Quincy\ where final
to eirmany rites and burial will be conduct
deepest gratitude .U
4 Home for their kindness and Only a look, only a look
cards telegramsfloral
friends for ed.
wish to thank ; from sin
courtesy. We also contributions and other Turn ye away
j Eastern Airlines and conworkers A look will bring salvation
kindnesses during their time of Claude Dillard,, 3158 NW' 50th
We want to thank the Rev. Eternal life to win.
bereavement.May St. who victim of accidental
Paul AME was a
of St. Clark Russell, son
+, Washington
God bless 'all. found in the
drowning was
? Church also Leon Bethel, steward : you Milton G. Russell, 'son .
Anna Bell Lowther Miami River Feb.
of St. Paul AME Church. We Edward B. Russell, son -, on Tuesday,
,17. He id survived his wife.
by ,
to all .
want to say thanks our Elva Roberts, ., .
beautiful floral Alberta; a son, Paul; a daughter
friends for the Marie Green,
CARD OF THANKSThe Brenda and several other relatives.
food telegrams, -
pieces, all the Mispah Jones, .
y checks and cards. family of the late Grace Toles, daughters
May we say thanks and God PROF. H. H. HUNTER Bertha Russell, Dght.-ln-law Funeral services will be con-

bless each of you. wish to thank the many friends Eddie Green, soninlawGol LEROY 'LaFLEURwho ducted on Saturday, Feb. 21 at
1 Lillian Johnson, wife and '. 3:30: ,p.m. at the Mt. Zion Baptist
Mrs. who sent cards, telegrams Jones, son-in-law departed this life February
Mrs. Phyllis Senior, sister flowers. Edna Sands, sister 16, 1951. Church with the Rev. Edward

Mrs. Beatrice Wallace, sister ,We feel a special gratitude to Cleveland Russell, 'brother Gone, but not forgotten.Mrs. Graham, pastor, officiating. Bur-
Mr. Lorenza Johnson, brothel of 70th St. and ial will be in City Cemetery.
the neighbors Key West, flat Thelma LaFleur, wife
Mrs. Lawrence Johnson, Bro thoughtful ones who visited us at Four SoBSCARD
at home. Willie Baker of 326 NW SthNst.

CARD OF THANKSThe Last but not least we will for- IN MEMORIAM 'OF THANKS died at Jackson Memorial Hos- '
Feb. 18. He
ever be grateful to the Range pital on Wednesday,
family of the late Funeral Home for its friendlyand In sad but loving memory of The family of the late little, is survived by a son, step-son,
EARL W. PARKS courteous service. our dear sister, CHAS. ANGELO ROBERTS two grandchildren, three sistejrs,

who passed away on February 3, who passed away on Feb. 4, 1959 a brother. Funeral services will
and was laid to rest on Feb. 9, .__ I and was laid to' rest on Feb. 10, be conducted 'on Saturday; Feb.
takes this method of thankingits IN MEMORIAM. takes this method of expressing 21 at 12 noon at the Trinity CME
many friends for kindnesses F . thanks and appreciation to the Church with Rev.; Harris offi
shown during its hours of :be- In sad but loving memory ol many friends, who were so kind ciating. Burial in Evergreen.'
reavement. Thanks for your our dear brother, during its sad hour of bereave:

cards, letters, telegrams, flowers, IKE CARNEGIEwho ment. Thanks for cards, letters, Prof. Granberry
cars and other kind gestures of departed this life Feb. 26, telegrams flowers and donations.

sympathy. 1954. 6 Special, thanks to, Rev. ',Fr. John Dies; First (PrincipalOf
Special thanks to Mrs. EdithBrennan He is gone but not forgotten. ... '
a Barry, Peeks' Funeral Home,
Q GqA 'a
and family. Aigain, The Carnegie Family 1 It St. Phillips Chorus, and the kind B. T. W. High

thanks to everyone for every- friends of ,Ft. Lauderdale. Again,
thing. Professor E. J. Granberry, the

The Parks sisters, IN MEMORIAMIn thanks The to Miller everyone.and first principal of Booker T.:

Jeanette, Cynthia and can loving memory of Roberts Family Washington High School of Mi-
rd' WILL CONNOR' ami, and a member of the faculty -:

who departed this life Feb. 17, of Albany State College, Ga.,'
CARD OF THANKS 1956. died last Friday 'in Albany. ,

d't of the'late Gone but Funeral services will be held
The family not forgotten t DEATHSRichardson
i on Friday. Persons desiring to
MR. LIVERPOOL JOHNSON Mrs. Ida Connor, wife
27 at Jackson And send condolences may address
l who died January Family
Memorial Hospital wish to express them to Albany State College,

their heartfelt thanks to Albany, Ga.
. Old time Miamians will
the pastor and congregation of IN MEMORIAM re-
St. Matthews Baptist Church. member Prof. Granberry as
Special thanks to No.1 and 2 1872 1957 Edward Willams.1212 NW 1st principal of the former Dunbar,
choirs and various departmentsfor In sad but loving memory of courtr died in the Veterans Ad- High School during the years
their donations and kind my dear friend, MRS. ELLEN JORDAN ministration Hospital on.Feb.. 1. 192 -27.
words of expressions. We alsowish MRS. FRANCES J. PAYNE who departed this life on 'Feb. 'Funeral services were held from Prof. Granberry was the prin-
to thank the. many friendsfor whose funeral services were held 12, 1958 and laid to rest on Feb. the Richardson Chapel on Feb. cipal when the high school department -

their cards and telegrams.We at Greater Bethel AME, Feb. 16 19, 1958. 7 at 1 p.mi i with ,burial in Para- moved from Dunbar to
also wish to thank the Fran- at 2:30: pjn. May she rest in peace and dise Park.; Booker T. Washington High at

cis Funeral Home for its service Sadly missed, light penjetual shine upon her the end of the 192627. He remained -
rendered and floral pieces. May Mrs. Callie L. Wallace Mrs. Catherine Davis, sister (Mrs. Eleanor Butler, 1756 NW at BTW until June, 1930

God bless you, may His facet And Family 2nd court, ,died on Feb. 7. ,Funeral when he left to do graduate workat
services were held on Saturday . Columbia .
shine upon you and give you University.Prof.
peace. IN MEMORIAMIn Feb. 14 at 2:30: p.m. from Granberry was succeed-

}r (May he rest in peace. loving memory of my dear IN MEMORIAMIn the Temple Baptist Church :with edb. y Prof. James R. &!:spy.
Mrs. Louise Johnson, wife mother, loving memory of our de arson burial in the Paradise Memorial He is survived by a wife, sev-

And Family HARRIETT J, WALLACEwho and brother, Cemetery,, eral children.

departed this life Feb. 22,
THANKS 1942. Gone but a Raymond Baker, 1611 N. 13th
CARD OF not forgotten.I ? ,
: ::'t. Pierce died in the Jack-
entered home ,
once a of care Need Money Fast?
M Your sympathetic understanding Old age and pensury were there :,' son Memorial Hospital Feb. 14.
was very much appreciated Pet and withal. The body was shipped to Fort
peace Joy
during the illness and passing of I asked the lonely mother 'whence Pierce where the Stone Funeral Mortgage loans, refinance,

our loved one. Her helpless widowhood's defense Home had charge. of arrange- aU. types of property. No
MR. She told me Christ was all. ments.James.
May God shower His choicest inspection fees. Mortgages
She leaves to mourn her loss: 'apQ
blessings upon you always. Mrs. Eliza Dean + Taylor, 446 NW 12th st.
,1 Mrs. Ira Williams, wife Mae Dean, daughter died in the Jackson Memorial from $100 up.Allapattah.
(Mrs. Ella Davis, daughter !Mrs. Ellen Moxey sister Hospital on Feb 16. The body

Raiford Williams, son Miss Anna Bodie, sister was shipped to the Stone Funeral : Mort. Co.
Hqward Williams, son 9 grandchildren; 13 great Home; in Ft. Pierce where arrangements -
John D. Williams, son grandchildren; a soninlawand were made. Phone PL 1-1789

THANKS a host of friends. or evenings NE 5-8270
CARD OF Manker .. . .

The family of the late CARD .
4 Marvin Brown of 2113 NW ,
family of the late 68th st., died at Jackson Memo-
wishes to thank the many friends Drife Carefully!
rial Hospital on Feb. 13. Ht is ;
and members of the Antioch and

Friendship Baptist Churches for

their flowers, dards, telegrams, .
letters, cars and most of all their VI'S GUEST HOUSE ,

brotherly love that expressed I ,'" .,""..,"v... .. T .... REASONABLE. RATES ON ROOMS '1
their sympathy to us in our hour
of bereavement. Also special THOMAS L. CASH By Day or Week s
thanks to our pastor, Rev O. W., who departed this life Feb. 23., Efficiency Privileges Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.

Foster, ushers, choir and the 1955. Phones: OX 1-5343 -, FR 9-9359

Range Funeral Home for their Friends may think we have for- 6393 N.W.17th Avenue
untiring services rendered to us. gotten

May God bless all of you Y When at times they see us smile,

.' 'Mrs.' Emma ones and family But they little know the heartaches

CARD OF THANKS Our smiles' hide all the while J"
Mary Cash, mother LOOK WHO'S'',IN MIAMI I
Tire family of the late, Mildred L. Cash, sister The :min of God From 'Georgia and South
N Carolina Come all who "have troubles as
wish to express thanks to their :
many friends for sympathy dur- r -.lit',," . -" money, marriage, Job, !home affairs, success
boor of bereavement; Y N HICKS'Photo luck. All thing go wrong regardless how

IDiflieir cards and telegrams hard you ,try. Set this Gifted Adviser about

for the use of their StudioUltra all your affairs. Do aa thousands are doing. i
mobUeS.>i, Eespecially do we .
and therffriends
They come are helped. They tell .
wish';to*<:tbactafctbe pastor, Rev. _r1 fwd Fine Portraits
S. 'A.t'Mlndjnembers of -- ---------- they come rushing for help.

Be\Jiel\ AiME.! Cht the pastor HERBERT TAYLOR JR. James E. lUcks, Prop. Come, bring your friends. //Hours 9 a.m. to 9

and membefS .t, M.t. Z1 .,Baptist takes this method of expressing p.m. Special 1 off er for those who can't come. :
.Church; Dr.W., latterson thanks and appreciation to the Studio: Send $5.00 for ,$10.00 Blessed Croe

Jjthe ne1Jhl)0l4 >>: many friends who were so kind 2440 NW 60th St.
Court';,Mxs. P'ioret :,. during its hours of bereavement. Elder J. Arnold Ernest

t}. W. C. r H1 b I and SpecIal'' thanks to Rev; E. T Phone iNE 3-3166 Froxii-Georgia and.South.Carolina

'Rtn ..-- ala'dstaff' Graham, Rev.Funeral S. Home.A. Thomas, 2002 .N,.W. '74th Terr. Miami, Fla.
tOt .be1r" 'I' s. Richardson

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According to an official an- ", ,
t nouncement by Dr C. S. Williams '.
director of public relations, Personal .
MentionPvt. FOR SALE
the llth Episcopal District African ",

Bishop Methodist Greene ''has Episcopal set the Church fallowing -, Gary K Simons son qf KEY LARGO. .... ,
dates for the series of one Mr and Mrs. Anthony L. Simonsof 100 Ft.., Overseas Highway
day conferences for the first half 15845 NW 20th ave., Op frontage. Ready for Motel.
collection of the General Budget Locka ,has been assigned to Co. Excellent location.
Funds. A, 4th Battalion, 1st Training
April 14 South Total price $5,500Th
Florida Con-
ference at Fort Jackson, S.c.,
: Allen
Chapel: AME for eight weeks of basic training the
new Causeway to
Windpw. Cleaning and light haul LEGALNOTICE Church, Lake Wales. Rev. A. D. .
ing.. Call ROBERT SMITH. Burton pastor. Key will make thi* oron.erty .
Phone NE 5-9687 Notice_ of intention "to: register r. April 15 Orlando Confer- very valuable.
1635 -NW. 66th t. :F28 In compliance with Sous Bill ence. Bethel AME Church' Lakeland George Dyke, Reg. Broker
No. U75 No. 20553?;"Laws" of Rev. A. C. Chandler, pastor FOR SALE Phone FR 3-9922
., CHILD. CARE Florida 194I'1PRIN ' April 16 Tampa Conference t
WILL. CARE for your children:'
burg. Rev.
St., p der;; 'which Time -we do H. McDonald Nelson "
while work. 6939 NW 20th '
Ave.OX you 1.7694. F buslneiB. ;Wfllie.:,Janes' Prince, pastor. 2-Bath Home Homes For SoleNew"
owner,* Bleats Prlncel;;.CO:owner, April 17 Central Florida N.W 56th St.
area. Verynice
.' Conference: Bethel AME Church, Hardwood Floor Garage
Feb(, 7, 14, II, 28. ;. 2-bedfoorn. Large Florida
FOR RENT Gainesville, Rev. L. H. Haisley Large Lot 70x90
pastor. room., Like pew, Price and term
COMPLETELY: FURNISHED on NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS April 21 West Florida Conference 6635 N.W. 24th Ave. ow.
bedroom apt. with free water, NAME LAW I
Only 17.50 per week. 844 NW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Marianna.: St. Rev.James H AME, L. Vhurch Smith, Open Sunday 3 to 5 p.m. Good Buy
70th St. Phone NA 1-6953. that the undersigned, desiring to' pastor. NEW 57th St. area, CBS 2-bed-

.. .. engage in business under the fictitious April 23r- Nor -East Florida .. ,. rooms with beautiful Florida
PORSALE50x150 name of APOLO BAR at Conference: Ebenezer AME, Live toony-i Priced gto sell with low
4928 NW 22nd ave., in the Cityof Oak. Rev. A. Hunter pastor. . ,down payments
> DEERFIELD BEACH iron .. Miami Dade County, Florida, April 24 East Florida Con- .
S.E. '2nd Ct. East of SJE. 1st inte nds to register the said name ference: Grant Memorial AME, FOR SALE N.W. 55h TerraceOn
Terr. Terms. Call Miami- FRank- *vith, the Clerk of the Circuit Jacksonville. Rev. J. T. McMil- 75x105 ft. lot. 3 VERY
fin 7-4812 IncL Court of Dade County. Florida. len, !pastor. BY SUMMONS LARGE BEDROOMS. Living
Dated ,at Miami, Florida, this room with fireplace. Dining room,
LOTS Reasonable price. Nassau 17th day of February, 1959. FOR SALE All CBS 2-bedroom home, beau- big kitchen and breakfast room
Village Front Wolf Road. Bethel John Platts Owner M14 : tifully landscaped. Refrigeratorstove garage. Priced to sell today.
Sundries. 6828 NW 18th are. I and carporte. Address with down
TWO BEDROOM 12,905 $1,995 $83
Phone OX 1-8705. WANTED duplex 6260 SW 58th place, South Miami per> month,I

2 RESTAURANT I TABLES and t TOP; WAGES for Beach Jobs homes, at Narranja. A sac- Call day or night CALL HARRY\ BENNY
PL 78250'The
chairs aluminum and hors Service station mangy lube experience rifice, owner must sell. For For these specials call
leather. good condition, 4 barstools $65. Porters, Beach'experience references $50 to, information call the owner HI 4-2448 HI 6-0173 Keyes Co.
Call OX 1.9827 after 1p.m.
$50. Cook day or night
housekeeper $50. five Realtors
days week. Couples for domestic CE 54040. 480 Hlaleah Dr. TU 7-7441;

I service, $400( Hotel maids many .' .' ''' .' '' '' .' '' ''. " .' '. ra,; r.jovvlrnwryr, ry.vl w/r.
OX GAS 19557.IIEAIUTYS STATION. For Sale. Phone for 6 days experienced $42. f''l1 ..... '..'"" .......;.t.,;,..?;.;:....:..;:..';:..::..:.:..;.:..,...;.,...... "._ ...._ .:.r-:...$.- _.- .. -_. r::.
Reliable Employment Service,
I 432 Espanola, Miami rf. -------o
SOP Equipment and Beach.Mar
furniture. For information phone I ...
FR 1-0997. Randle Isom, 533 NW Licensed real estateiales. help
2nd ave., apt.8. wanted. New branch,office &en. IMPORTANT ll I
Ing. Good' confmlsslons-: Mr. ll
Sofa chair daven covers, Rabin, broker. Call ,after 7 p.m. .
spreads 498. Large selections. HI 86283.
Factory sales. 638 NW 62nd St. f
Open 9 a.m.-9' pjn. WANT NICE. COUPLE to share lill
home with man. See ,it at 2495
ONE FAMILY House or officeon NW 61st St. Saturday morning 1
valuable business lot. 1168 'Sunday after 2, p.m. .phone.
NW 62nd st. Indf NE 3-2303. q

I .
RING HOUSE on valuable
business lot. Will pay itself off. FOR RENT
1172 NW 62nd st. Indi
I FURNISHED Weekly rooms
Buy Direct From Owner double $10. Mae's Ouest House,
NICE 2-BEDROOM CBS HOME. 2170 Washington St., Opa Locka
House has 2 bedrooms, living MU 1.3619 F21FURNWI1EU TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERSWhose t

room, dinette, kitchen, carporte I
Florida room on 50x100 ft. lot. one room apart-

wall Gas-towall stove, electric carpet' refrigerator tiled front, roundirlgs.' property is located from the east side of N.W. 1

porch, fire place, only one mortgage car.Phone In NA Opa 1-6654.Locks Bunche Park.Indf 5th Avenue to the west side of N.W. 6th place, between S
-all go with deal. House
'built in 1950. Stop in and look I 20th street and 11th street. K
this buy over. 3300 Oak Ave.. ; 2560 NW 155th .ST. 3 bedroom
Coconut Grove I HI a6690.$75.00Cash home 1-9541.. Call Mr. Johnson OXford. All propery owners in the above described areas, are K

$75.00 Cash urged to be present at a most important meeting, concerning

New 1949 MERCURY paint Job. .Call Runs R like 2 furnished BEDROOM on 56th house St. For completely I the rezoning of this area, which will be held

6801 NW 15th OX 16821.FURNISHED mation Call NE 3-4905 the Cafe-
I ave. at 1867 NW 58th Sa.FU'RNIS.ttED infor-I MONDAY, MARCH 2 AT 8 P.M. at

2-bedroom home, I Ie torium of Douglas Elementary School, 312 N.W. 12th
ROOM 1553 NW
dining and
living room room
kitchen. 1045 NW 59th st. For 69th St. Call OX 1-6335 after 3 IC 5 Street. ,
further information call PLaza pxn.
4-OT92.' 'Mr. Johnson. FURNISHED I APT! Adults only. .4 ' This meeting is being called by the K


Private Filling Station. ROOM. Private entrance. 1032A f;: J ZONING BOARD, which is now engaged K

Only*because of illness. 20 NW 69th st. Phone OX 1-1336. ,ir'' in the preparation of a new zoning K

offer'year*in take same it.placed Fine; opportunity e's'' t- ,In Howard, Fla., 1 bedroom ll rJ law for the entire City of Miami.

,for a good mechanic. 'apartment, and 2 rooms, r.
Come and look It'over.. furnished unfurnished ,i This meeting on MONDAY NIGHT, MARCH 2, is 4H 4H
Cor.- N.W.- 5th Ave. & 9th or ll t! one of a series of meetings now being held throughout
St. No light or water bill. Low j;;
1-1830 the City of Miami in order 'Ito acquaint the property K
Phone FR
rent. Call the
owner ,I I tl owners with the proposed 1' re-zoning for their areas, and H
-CE 6-4040. r.J
3 bedroom Thome, excellent con f discuss the poposed rezonlngWith< them.
dition. Price 10000. Terms. Call ,21 l
CE3-4246. Ora 'D.' Taylor Realty lll I:! IT IS MOST IMPORTANT that all property own \
Broker.. FISH MARKET j,21 I I 1; ers in the above described areas be present at this meeting 1

PERRINE :! in order that they may learn about this proposed I{
2 homes for sale, 2 and 3 bed- Poultry Vegetables. Fruits ,,21
rooms Total price $6,300 and See our store and what we I .: ',change in the zoning and other important matters s:
6900. Large lots. Terms. 1<
Have Irk! Concerning their property. The general public is also K!

10 duplexes $10,500 each. Fresh Fish Daily f.K 1 InvIted .
$600 down terms on balance. Lowest prices in town &K .-

30 lots in -Perrine from 1250.: 5 Open 8:80: a.m. til 780 p.m f.:I Don't forget the date, time and place

in Richmond Heights. Call. Sundays 8 ...... UI 1 pan. -it's MONDAY, MARCH 2, at 8 p.m.

, Ora ;D. [Taylor We guarantee to please you 2 I I at the Cafetorium of Douglas Elementary

.I 14601 REALTY Lincoln'BROKER Blvd. or your money back f I School 312 N.W. 12th Street. Be ;' 5!

On Th. sure to attend this ,
Richmond Heights, Fla. Corner &I meeting. r
1001 N.W..62nd St. i
CE 5-4246 .. _
.J.-:.. Q.eD'.uM.7..a.a.o, 'or.w w..vtiw:. wrg J: :At: :. ...t "." :F..z..z-WD'. a\

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N :I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper0 A Gentleman of No Mean Talents" ... . ;: .

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 121, ,,19591. .; !
I .

w Newspaperman Convinced of' ::. <

I Doc Anderson's Prowess ,,-
In-Around The BahamasBy
: \1. i I
1 By WALTER C. ROBINSON Editor, The Chattanooga Observer
\ A, H. McKENZIE, ,

i ...... ...-...--...-___ ""_A...........__ ....- ..... .......... .... ...- ...... ... ...-. Anderson-A writer i"The once scientists wrote of oughtto Doc me,Doc one Anderson of the many"proudly letters showed he ,

Messrs. L. O. Pindling, Cyril would have no change as they put him in a test tube to find had received that day, which I
p Stevenson Clarence Bain, Milo see a kind of camouflage out what makes him tick." I had herewith quote and which. speaksfor
+ Butler and Samuel Isaacs, all "where" in the report. After heard so much about this man itself." ,
members of the Progressive Lib- leaving the chamber they went to that I decided to do. a little 9e Pittsburg, Pa.
eral Party 'in the House of As- confer with the Governor on the checking on my own. MJ3. 1 October, 1953
sembly unceremoniously walk- matter. 1 discovered that Doc Ander- Dear Doc Anderson: Just a
ed out of a meeting of the son's greatest asset was the over- short letter to let you know the
House on Monday. The ire of the Mrs. Amanda Seymour of whelming faith that people havein ,amazing results that"I got from
Turks Island and Nassau, died at : special work that did
men was lifted to the boiling his ability to help them a your you
point as the House adopted the the Princess Mangaret Hospitallast faith born of what he has+ done for me. Here are the facts. My
first interim report of the Con- week. Funeral services were for so many others. It has been 'sweetheart came back to me acting -
stitution Committee after a heated held at St. Agnes on Sunday with written "Faith can move moun- better and kinder than ever
debate between members of Rev. Canon M. E. Cooper officiating tains." It was abiding faith that before. He said he would never
' I the United Bahamian Party and He was assisted by the led Abraham to unhesitatinglyobey leave me again for another wom
# those of the PLP. Revs. John E. Taylor and Michael God's command when he Il an. I did not ask him to comeback
\ Elden. A !large crowd was in attendance -
One of the main bones of con- was about to !put his son Isaacon he came of his own freewill
tention is the recommendation to the sacrifice altar. and he had all his clothes
the boundaries of the with him.
change Mrs. Nellie Johnson died sud- With this thought in mind it
electoral districts in New Prov- He asked me if he could comeback
She is survive is interesting to note the
denly on Sunday. very
idence in creating two home. I told him "yes" and
husband Jack 9 children faith that must have
by her ; deep-rooted
c members
districts The PLP he was so glad his face lit up
one grandchild, her mother, two been possessed by Cleve Corbinof with smiles. The woman he left
sisters and 'three brothers. Fun- 115 E. 22nd St., Chattanooga'
for me called me on the phone
eral services will ''be ''held on Tenn., whose sworn statement
Sunday at St. Agnes. states he has been blind for phoned CAnal 2-9719 at his home and asked my pardon saying she
SECRET OFSUCCESS three years and had 'been to at 302 W. Gordon Ave., Rossville, was sorry she-took him from me
The Rev. John E. Taylor, curate many doctors, but they didn't do Ga., for an appointment.I without any reason.: She also
of St. left this week called me of her free will.
Agnes, for him. He
anything says -
I told her I was not mad at her
for visit in Texas. .
k a "After Doc Anderson
my of
also took the opportunity nor him and that everything has
eyesight began to come back, andI checking with several clients who been forgiven. So Doc Andersen,
The annual bazaar of St. Agneswas
thanked God that he
me and to
had visited Doc Anderson,
I do appreciate so much. I
held on Feb. 3 and was will you
through this wonderful I
man. whom he had given numbers,
shall always remember as a
attended Roberts wife of you
f Bible For then had him do
As Old As The some special and the way they fell is unbe-
true fortune-teller. I am sending
Sir the
Through God All Things Are Geonge Roberts, opened work for me, and since I have lieveable. My visit to Doc Anderson -
two of friends to
j affair. The ;proceeds netted more my over see you
Possible been to him nature has been
my recalled the remarkable case
than $3,000.Corp the last of this month-1 have
restored and now I am very of a prominent local citizen, who nothing but high praises for you

Carl Braynon who was happy in my love life, and" my had. been robbed of $1500. :and thank you so much, I remain -
1i:J arrested along with Daniel Scott financial troubles are over. 'J. M. S.

and Walter Rolle in Miami recently My attention was brought to Doc Anderson was eventually Doc Anderson also gave me a
on a charge ,of plotting to the sworn statements of several consulted when everybody else reading and now I understand
import dope into the United others, who during World War II failed, and he told this man the why people from all walks of life
iL States, has been suspended from testified to the psychic capacity exact mattress in a certain housein come to him from all over the
the Bahamas Police Force. He and gifted power of Doc Anderson which he would find the mon- United States and overseas for
will be tried by the Commissioner but the limit of space does ey hidden. Everybody was dumbfounded help, counsel and guidance ir.I
of Police lor absenting him- not permit me to elaborate on when., the money was I their appeals for solutions to
i self from the colony on two occasions them. Hewever, I checked on found just as Doc Anderson their difficult personal problems.I .
without permission. them} and being convinced 'as to stated. This incident caused quitea ,wish, I had more time to spend
the truth of these sworn state- stir at the time and it was reported with him, but. I will say this.
_ Jennifer Cul- a San Salva- ments, I felt I had to see this on and published, in my he is the kind of man one* :meet,
dor, two-year-old adopted Doc Anderson in person, so, IWONT newspaper. just once in a lifetime., '
I" daughter of Mr. and Mrs. BenJa- I .- .
min Culmer, is the winner of the
1959 Dodge convertible raffled by
the Crippled Children's Committee ADOPT
t I\ at the Cat and Fiddle on COLORED KIDS JOHNSON AND SONS
Monday night 2.
February 'Mr.
Culmer is offering the car for LONDON British child wel. SHOE SHOP
sale. The vehicle is a gift of Mr. fare, workers say the problem of '
t Alexis Nihon. Britain's unwanted colored child- FINE SHOE REPAIRING
ren is becoming a serious one.
:Madam Willie Mae Saundersof An official of the Dr. Barnados We Save Your Souls-While You Walt

the Moderne Beauty School Homes said his organization can
DOC R. C. ANDERSON has left for Tampa, Fla. to help find at least many persons anx- Shoes Shined and Dyed

Consulted by people from all arrange plans for the' fashion ious to adopt white children, 6570 N.W. ,15th AVENUE PH. PL 9-9190
show to be sponsored there "but takes colored
over the United States and OVer- by no one a child"The
seas. Attracted nationwide focus the NAACP on April 19. She will National Adoption Society t
and attention the also go to Atlanta, as guest hair said offspring of mixed racial
on "Meet the
stylist at the Georgia S tat. e parentage are a "Severe problem.
Press" TV
program of Sept 30
Beauty Culturists
Association An official said "there are hun-
1956. Author of world-shaking convention on Aoril' 26-28. dreds ,of children no one will
predictions-proven so true. take. PIANO SICK ?

Doc Anderson says he has p
every reason to believe that .
throughout the years he has saved HARLEM/ SQUARE Fort Lauderdale SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. |

thousands of marriages and SWEET SHOPA Ministerial AllianceThe
engagements from breaking up. FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A
He will solve your problems and PULL LINE OP GROCERIES installation service of the
show you the road to success and Ministerial Alliance 'of For t
happiness, as he has done for so' CUT8 COSMETICS Lauderdale was held at the Mt

many others. 208 N.W. 10th Street at Hermon 9 ajn.AME,by the Church vice on president Feb 9,, 1935 N.W. 153rd St. 5 E R V I C EMU .

He can do any kind of special Rev. Harris of Miami. Rev. E. P. 8-3770
work you want done and tell you Brown, pastor of' First Baptist

your deepest secrets without Church, Miami, was master oi ..
" " ' ' ' '
you c *-* **-* *-*-*-*-*- *- *-*-*-* *
saying a word, or no charge Beautiful Home oa ceremonies for the occasion The
made. He has been written up in Your' Lot invocation was offered by the I
many large magazines and Rev. E. Cross of Ft. Lauderdale.
papers for his wonderful work bw C Selections were rendered by
in putting people on the way to the choirs of Mt. Olive Baptist Sympathetic .and Economical Serrioe .,
happiness and success. He is the Church, First Baptist and Mt. Alonza Francis, Director and Embalmer
One Fortune-Teller Hermon. The scripture was read
who believes Dr. J. M. Smith and Mrs. Ereljro Boggs Evans
by Rev. Jackson Miami.
in the virtue of truth and sincer- of The
ity. Rev. W. Toomer, pastor of First Business Associates
Baptist introduced the Rev. Edward Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson, Dnslnesa Manager
You too may order the double T. Graham oi Miami who '
offer Mrvlec' Spacious .Modern ,Chapel and Slumber Room
which includes the Ancient Complete building gave a very inspiring.and enjoy-

Mezuzah, the beautiful amulet able message on the subject, 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida
worn by many for its religious PLANNING' "Divine Stamp of Approval."
significance containing the prom- BUILDING The new officers were installed FR: 9-5381 Phone PL 4-2857

;ise God made to Moses inscribed FINANCINGYour by vice president Harris, and NOT AFFILIATED :WITH FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME
in Hebrew (Deut. 6 V 4-9)) and New 'Horn the president, Rev. R. II. Lee
the Biblical Incense (Rev. 8-4)) thanked Pastor Sneed for ..congregation I

.. containing' blessing with thesuggested REPAIRING of Mt. Hermon. The offering I
--- prayers Psalms 23 and REMODELING' was 12732.
112, by 'sending $6.00 plus 6c RENOVATINGOver Miss Louise Dixon, reporter
"A Living 8.rvle Ftr The
postage' or pay /postman $8.00 Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastorASTHMATICS

plus charges to DOC R. C. AN Twenty Ytara of ,
DEMON, 302 West Gordon Ave., Construction BxptrUneoi' Range Funeral; Home '
Roseville, Georgia. $6.00 IS THE Guaranteed Satocfaetlen
FER' or."LYi.NOT HIS PRICETOR Want simple, effective relief OSCAR AND ATHALIE RANGE, OwntraPHONES .
AJTOHPERSONAL CONSUL. l?1 fl t1 L(] 7 from choking, racking bronchial
TATION ORJ SPECIAL WORK. asthma spasm? G.t genii : OX 14)131 PL OX 1-4343
!For personaljconsultation, or to ffifJV (D(3(R4.9fic tne' Breatheasy see what you

have WOrk..done, which have been musing. There's no -
definitely requires personal con- NE 5-6171 substitute for original Breath Oscar Range, Llc'n*.d Embalmer Funeral Director-

tact, write him atWNI above address 1121 N.W.. 29th Street, easy Inhalant and nebulizing wet '
or call CA pgOTlO for Miami Get comfort by breathing. Guar 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami Florida I
Appointment. Otfic 5lgiwiFBevendays anteed. !

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BETHUNE ELEMENTARYOn JAMES, W. JOHNSONOn in the Evening High School pro- Dr, Joe Hall and Mr. Wesley

Friday Feb. 13 during the gram may call PLaza 4-5491 be- Matthews, school board officials,
regular assembly hour Troop 99 a.m. the school,assembled Feb. 12 at on 8:30 the: tween the hours of 3 p.m. to 10 \ were among the speakers on thepub1'4

under the sponsorship of Samuel lawn to share with the 4th and program.
Grant gave its annual Boy Scout 5th grades their experiences with p.m.Mardi
prajram. We learned many a skit of Abraham Lincoln "The GrasSuccessful
things that go on in a regular Stairway of Life." 4
camp meeting situation and en- The seven traits that Lincoln ; For The Highest in

Joyed listening to their symbolic used were ,beautifully depicted. Treniers Terrific! COSMETICSCall
songs. It gave to the student ,
Our principal left the city on teachers and visitors the body YUkon 3-5681
Friday Feb. 13 to be at the bed- ments that require The first annual Mardi Gras
are needed
side of his father in North Carolina character and to build held recently at Holy Redeemer "SANDS"*
Mr. Isaac 'Meares, one of Mrs. Callie make B. good citizens. Roman Catholic Church was a Also,
our sixth grade teachers left to I Sievers, super- gigantic success. Miami Times
visor of zone land Mrs. Newspaper
be at t the bedside of his motherin Tro Hazel II I The fabulous Treniers presented -
? reading assistant
Jacksonville. We wish to supervisor a never-to-be forgotten pre- WKST HOLLYWOOD FLA.
express were on an official .
visit, and dance show vetch
t6 them received a tre- ,
our deepest .
sym* enjoyed the Lincoln Day program. mendous ovation cr c-: ft
from the
pathy and wish for each of theft Mrs. Primus introduced lange .
parents, a speedy ,recovery. Asideto visitors.E. the audience The rendition of their ., Civic Theatre Guild
Mrs. Luverne M.. Thonvrson G. Primus latest hit tune, "Never Never"was ,, .

'well""we miss you, hurry and"get- C. K. Arnold, reporter principal Master sinperb.of ceremonies for the Adult Classes in Dance and

occasion was Don Strachan
owner Drama
Mrs. Luvena Lovings, our new B.T.W. HIGH'SCHOOLBy and dance Instructor of the
cafeteria manager, comes to us Civic Theatre .
located at
from the G. W. Carver School, JESSE BLUE 7188 NW 16th Evelyn Sanders, 11-7 and a' LEARN TO DANCEDon
with seven and one-half years of Students were, fortunate to heat ave. member of Mr. D. Francis' DCT ( Strachan'B Party Time)

experience in this field. Mrs the famed Bethune-Cookman Col. This affair was sponsored by program at Northwestern Senior I MAMBO CALYPSO CIIA
Lovings is still studying and has Jege Choir Monday, under the direction I the Womens' Union of the High School was winner in the CIIA CIIA MODKKN DANCB
done two summers of work at of Thomas Demps. The i Church. Miss Irma J3odle, presi- annual spelling bee sponsored IN JAZZ BALLROOM 8ONO
Bethune-Cookman College group sang numbers that reached dent and members of the Union each year at the annual meeting STYLING PREPARATION
On Feb. 15 the PTA sponsoreda the hearts of all present. We expressed their sincere appreci- of District Four ,of the Fla. Association FOR. NITIi OLUI1 AFKO.CUBAN .
tea. We wish to thank the Pa-r were everjoyed to see graduates ation and give grateful thanks to I of DCT Clubs.

liament Quintette of Carver High Pernella Cobb Geonge Ross and the public! and all others who The meeting this year was heldat
School for the lovely musical se- Richard Dunn performing with helped to make this affair successful the Booker T Washington Children's Theatre
lections. The class the famed choir."American .
having most High School of Miami Membersof
parents was Mrs. Evelyn Williams Passport", the 3- this district are the DCT pro- 4820 N.W.27th Ave.INFORMATION .
; Mrs Jacquelyn Crosby'sclass act play by Dana Thomas was JESCA Club News grams from Carver Goulds, Key
presented in the
was' runner-up. Thanks parents auditorium Feb. West, Ft. Myers, Ft. Lauderdale
10. George Littles PL 7.8766
for a lovely affair and Barbara Williams -
the ROYAL KNIGHTSOn West Palm Beach, Ft. Pierce and
refreshments were delicious. Delores Ricks and Con- Belle .
On Feb. 17 Mrs. Melba James stance Brown were among the Feb. 21, the Royal Knights programs under Mr. FrancIs -
flew to Tallahassee, to representour leading stars. Direction by Leroy I of the James E. Scott Communltv and Mr. David Simmons f
school at the 8th Annual Fla. Washington. Association will .cnonsnr A
Guidance 'Teenage Record Hop j-) Th- -- 1 1I
Council. Thesemeet Students in the OCT program at Scott \ ,
ings will be held at Florida A&M of the District were welcomed by I Homes Auditorium, 7200 NW 22nd t
University and will close on Feb. the Washingtonians and DCT Ave. from 7 /ip.m.' to 11 p.m. This ?
20. Club of our school on Wednes project is designed to raise funds
W. C. Cogdell principal day Feb. 11 in their annual district for Royal Knight Jackets. The
Mazie R. Edge, reporterG. meeting: Eddie Bunyan, 'Was members have deciedd that You can be FRKH from TIIUSS SLAVERY, New Non.Snrtfeal,

host, along with other DCT coordinators the Jackets should be owned by Painless Office TrcwUnent. LOW COST NO LOST TIME.
W. CARVER HIGHThe in the area. The one- the club instead of being indIvi-
session proved inspirational and dually owned by members of the
PTA met club. If believe in Piles Rectal DI8MII08 DR. LONG'S CLINIC
Monday night', profitable to those who attended. you good .
Feb. 9 in the auditorium. A num- DCTers from Ft. Myers, Ft wholesome enteralnment for teenagers 0 S A General Health Service

ber .of parents were in attendance Pierce Key West and areas inj of our community, you are Reducing 21 8.W. 13th Avo. I'll d. 748
urged to support this effort.
between were .
Mrs Hazel __
Wright was the ionaa run graae test ixo.
speaker. She chose as her sub- 11 will be (given to seniors Feb.
jpct, "How Parents' and Teachers 17, 18. Subjects included: Phy- What is probably the greatest

Can Gang Together. chology, English, social studies,, array of talent ever to appear on
The following committees were natural science, mathematics, my one program has been assembled DON'T LOSE YOUR LICENSETO
appointed: Civil Defense, H a m p French,. Latin and Spanish. These by the Sub Deb Clubs
Means, Roy Bentley, chairman; tests are required for entrance for its fifth annual Talent Shpw DRIVE
Sunshine, Miss Loraine Sawyer into the state colleges. Congratulations which is scheduled'' for Friday
chairman: and Mrs. Jimmye are extended to Willie March 20 in the Liberty Square Everybody Can Get And Everybody Can Afford

Jones, reporter Green, Student Council presidentfor Auditorium, 6304 NW 14th AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE AT
Delates elected to the state winning the NOCJ Brother- First second and third pace

PTA conference were: A. J. hood Medallion. prizes will be awarded to con- SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY ,
Simons chairman; Ways and Members of the schools newspaper testants in the Junior and senior
Scott, the president and William staff are making plans to divisions of the show.
645 N.W. 36th St. 16650 NW. 27th AvenuePL
Stirrup, Sr, treasurer. attend the annual Press Workshop Tickets and other information
The PTA tea was held Sunday.I Feb. 2628 in Tallahassee.Ten regarding the Talent Show may 9-5284 !NA' 4.1811

A !Wonderful program was enjoy students have already been be obtained from the James E. Six Months Policies Start as Low as $12 Down ,
ed. screened to make the trip. The Scott Community Association or
From the (beautifully decorated group will travel via bus with by calling PL 48792.
tables in the patio guests members of other newspaper
were served coffee and variety groups in .the-county. Mrs, Marian "

of delicacies. Shannon is adviser. The staff FOR BETTER PICTURES . See
Feb. 12 will be a date long remembered I sponsored their annual Valentine

by the seniors. They i Dance on February 12 and sold
went through the first major the "Tornado Scoop" on Friday. Johnson of Miami
events that will occur for them These efforts were to raise finance -
during the second semester-Ring
for the trip.
Ceremony. Rev. H. Neal Harris r Dinners Parties Weddings Passports

gave the Invocation. The Rev. Fr. Northwestern'sEvening Home Movies
R. Gibson was the

speaker Nathaniel Roole is convalescing School J1 Baby Pictures A Specialty

of at surgery.Jackson. The Hospital faculty after and a atu-bit Offers MuchThe 409 N.W.17th Street_ FR 7.2294
-- -
ucui ooay extend sympathy to Evening High School is ,
the Bethel family in the death -
canvassing the community f o rpersons
of their son, Quentin. .
who might be interestedin
E. Gardiner
a Spanish class. The necessity A Post Card !i. Your First NEED MONEY!
for a speaking knowledge of this
Clubwomen Hold' language Is increasing In the Step to a Cash Prize e 1st and 2nd mortgage loan $1,000 pay $21.25 mo.

Monthly Meeting area of Job opportunities: ; consequently C Pay off all your bills $1,600 pay $31.88 mo.
: the Evening Division is Listen .
to Get additional cash $2,000 pay $42.18 mo.
attempting to offer this facility
The City Association of Color- Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments

ed entertained Women's by Clubs the Phyllis was Wheat-royally to What our community.has happened to many of FREE-24 hour inspectionNo

ley,Art and Social Club on Feb our former students We miss Cost to You
2, at .the home of Mr. and Mrs. you in class. Drop by and talk
L. Adderley, 6730 NW 13th ave. over your problems educational connected +44Mon. + Dade-Broward Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL
After the business session presided with finishing> your '
plans with one of our counsellors
over by Mrs. Elizabeth E.
Johnson president Mrs. Iona F. -Mr. Doles or Mr..Lockart. Miami: FR 7-4812 Hollywood : WA 3.7071
ana caieieria service
\-OOKP was very aoiy Introduced
by Mrs. Nixon. She in turn gave will soon be available to the Thru FH.
the history of the life of Phyllis evening .students. It hoped that
the addition of these facilities 8:80 sun. 0:80: am.
Wheatley, the slave girl, for
whom the club was named. This will encourage more persons tc
attend classes. ItSO p.m. 2:80 pan. NOW OPENED UNDER fEW MANAGEMENT
being Negro History Week the
information was very timely and Did you know that seven 4:80: p.m. FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP
. 'appreciative. The club presented Evening High School graduatesare
Mrs. Cook' with a gift. After socializing currently enrolled in col- 421 N.W. 20th Street .

a while a very tasty repast leges. We are proud of the record X220On : The Finest Foods at Low Prices
was served. All (guests and they are making for themselvesand ,
members expressed themselvesas tor our school. WE DO CATERING' BUSINESS

having had an enjoyable even- Recent registration statistics Your Dial. Satisfaction GuaranteedWE

ing.The indicate that several bu Dd-w1f. SPECIALIZE IN TAKE OUT BOX SEIUICE>
club's next regular meet teams are enrolled in classes. We Open Mon. TIara ;
BtOO: ant. to 19 ynldnitoFrl.
ing will be held at the home heartily commend this type of Support Your
of Mrs. Chat. B. Harvin 617 NW activity to others who wish to ., & ., Son, 0I8O .... to 9 &.ID.

20th st put their amore time to worth- YMCA Membership Arthur King, Owner
Mrs. Marie Price, presidentM. while the.Persona. Drive '
1. Daniels, reporter interested In carolling i< I ., ,



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M : I' , '::.. THE MIAMI TIMES-"The, Peoples' Newspaper" IJabberwock Goes International Mon. :
21 1959

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"Now hear this! Now hear --A

i QUEENS RALLY 4t! this I The 16th annual Jabber- ALTHEA GIBSON queen will travel to Bogota, Columbia
woak" can't afford to miss!
you '
I ; Lima, Peru; Santiago,
the far of the '
From corners
ENDS Chile and Rio before flying Pan
earth, there will ,be exotic dances, PASSES THRU.
American northward to Caracas
t ; AT ST. JAMES popular: songs and gay, authentic and Port au Prince, Haiti
costumes, unfurled over 90 fan- Althea Gibson,, United States
MRS. SADIE F. DEAN She will return to Miami. Mon-
I By i n ,uri s ; r rI tastic minutes for your "artistic and British women's tennis day, March $.
Sunday Is the day when the pleasure. Each dynamic skit will champion, passed through Miami .
Queen of Roses and the Queen be alert with competitive perfe Tuesday enroute to Barranquilla,
p t j of Carnations will .reign at St. tion. You will want to cheer your Colombia '*by Pan American .0
i James AME Church, terminating favorite organization or school on World Airways Tuesday, Feb. 17 GIVE. GIVE TO'TH; '
the Queen of Roses and Carnation I to first placeTo to begin a tour of South Ameri- UNITED FUND!1i!
rally add to the rivalry of the
At the 11 a.m. service the pastor evening there will be the pre- ca.From,, Barranquilla, the tennis
: will preach from the subject sentation of the "Queen of the ._.. ._..___ _.._.._ ___.._.__ _._._. _
"The Use of Opportunity." The Jabberwock" and her attendants,
I I young peoples choir will render and the (parade of the Princess "
: the music for the occasion, and 1 and her attendants. The air will PLaza 06689 Hours: 10.1
./ e
you will/ be spiritually uplifted be filled with music and you will ; '' 88
1, and Inspired by the songs these 7 have an evening to remember as THE YAEGER, CLINIC N
t young people' wilt render. At the you watch With' bated breath,' ii.
l evening service which begins at breath-taking Jaberwock as it General Practice Obstetrics
7 ;p.m. a musical and literary Goes International. Naturopathlc MEDICINE ,- Chiropractic ,
program' will be rendered by The date Is February;) 23; time,

,::1 some_of._the_ city's_ _best talent and ___,______..m._." BTW Monday auditorium.evening, 8 o'clock.The popular Place: 1177 N.W. 62nd Street Miami Florida

price $1.00 for everybody. 1 I. 1 1 1 1 J I. 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I' I' 1 'I 1 1
. Queen of Roses ..r..u..u... ...vwvrr,. ..... ....' ...'.............................._......u._ ............... ............... ..... ..... ........... ......'..''''..........._........................_.
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The you cannot Queen afford of Roses to ,miss who this.Is a Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From ft,

Mrs.: Martha Nicholson and the

P Queen Catherine of Carnations Peterson,, along who is with Mrs. |ii 1 [ VISIT OR CALL TODAY.. . PL 7-1645'c'E!

41 I their financial princesses report will after makes the their program t u3

\ : ; the queen making the largest J J4t
financial report will be
crowned.' Every member of St. '" '" .
James is expected to play his or .
her part in this (great program of '"
..j Kingdom building. '" .
The Sunday School 'Will begin 1 >+a+ s C 1 L
promptly at 9:30: a.m., at which 1t t1
: I Ik time Bro. Roddy and his staff of g tatt. hF
.J j officers and teachers will welcome -.
you to Join In the study of .. r i
L God's word I rt', Ik
i iII 4: l The public i$ well as friendsare
invited to attend the ser-
MRS. CATHERINE PETERSON I vices all day at St. James, "The !u: ..u..
t . Queen of ,Carnation Friendly Church. : M
.Jt. I 4. __ -I-Ib. at3s t

9'' MEET IN TAMPAAll and Genevieve Donaldson 4
were Joined in Holy Matri- Cllr, .., a3t
units in Florida are eagerty mony on last Feb. 1, at the t
looking forward to the 32nd Ebenezer Methodist Church with i
h Congress of Florida Colored Parents the Rev Aaron Hall officiating.Mrs. t
and Teachers Asscia ion, Donaldson, formerly Genevieve -
which will convene in Tampa F. Bynoe, is Spanish instructor -
Feb. 28-28 at the Howard W. at NorthWestern Senior 1h' WHY PAY RENT ? K
Blake Senior High School. High, Miami. Mr. Donaldson, a l<
For the first time in Florida's native of Tallahassee, is completing -
history there will be a male pres- his work at Florida A&M
ident presiding. Walter Kerswell University. The newlyweds will EXCELLENT BUYS BRAND NEW CBS HOMES i
Harper, who came to the PTA reside in Miami $495 '
from South Carolina and now I' NLY DOWN ..U

wife resides and In two Jacksonville children, with receivedhis his YM World Service 3 or 4 bedroom city water, landscaped. Out of 12 new one being e 2 jt4

early education in public and built 5 already old. Why pay rent? See these lovely homes located j
private schools in South Carolina. Program Sunday N.E. 14th Ave. N.E. 151 Terrace and N.E. 152nd Street. Choose your 4t r rY.

One of the main objectives of Nicholas T. Goncharoff, Ph.D., t own colors. High dry area, tall healthy pine, trees. Buses 163rd $t. iU
school the (president in the is state to have become each a YMCA International World Service Education secretaryfor will Shopping Center close by.. One mortgage 'to pay. No closing costs.j Ui 3'

member of the Congress. News speak In the chapel> of the 'Carver Quiet. living.. Main: .on--- premises: - ..v.g I
i ... letters have been sent to each I Branch this Sunday at 4 pan r
i' school that is not active or are Dr. Goncharoff, a former SovIet tS Custom Opa Locka INVESTORS!Ml! :i
not a member. Our own national citizen: and Russian Tank t We have several duplex to sell. A
president, Mrs. Ethel Kight of Commander In World War II,, is 'I Built $795 DOWN
La' Grange, Ga., will be the keynote a renowned speaker and shouldbe t terrific buy in '4 apartments. City
speaker at the banquet. heard by the citizens of the 1 U See Mr. Bliss at 1791 NW 155th water, buses close by, shopping. '
:Each community should be community. M St. Model home. Built in oven and All 'rented. Your money invested X34 aback
1 aware as well as'the principal, Music ,will be rendered by the U range. Waterfront. One ,mortgage in 2 years. Good location. We .K
faculty and student 'When a Northwestern High School chorus. to pay. Move right in. No closing have 15 units 16 units. Store propK I' .
school is up for evaluation, we costs. erty. Call u} to how.
should know our needs and short i.U
comings in our schools. Wake up Support Your 'I I .
citizens, let us get busy and be =ri sell good
to several corners
.counted among those ,who are YMCA, MembershipDrive : .2 Brown. Very en'
working for' better schools make at Sub $495 DOWiN Clean now available. lu t
better communities. .
Furnished bedroom home on t
!1t large fenced-in, landscaped lot. We have cash buyers for lots. Best 2
.t i Close to bus. Only 1 payment. $15 prices obtained. HaTe calls for U'
H TV SICK ? t week pays all. No closing costs. Brown Sub Opa. Locka, Liberty xt
I s See 3279 NW 50th St. Call us to City, North Miami Beach, Washington i i
u! see, inside. Only $6,495 total. Park.: If you have to sell. Ki

Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Std Call usl4bedrooms!
1: SAME DAY SERVICE l 4 ci $995 DOWN
VJ New CBS ,
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS i Builds you a 3-bedroom CBS home 2 baths.. Only $995 Down Homes.U...
;t ti in Brown Sub or Liberty City. For these two beautifully built 4- ,'n3

p1Picture Tube Spmciml17inch ..2 1t i Shower doors, Venetian blinds fn.n. bedroom, '2 bath new CBS homes. .J l4
. eluded. Choose your own colors. City water built-in oven and u.
21-inch- $29.95 ;I: Builder haa eight (8) lots to se range heater Close to buses and rn
!2 lect. Deposit holds until built. 163rd Street large shopping cen-' !
0 k i Models can be shown by satisfied ter. Our Mr. Elliott on premises J

IR SERVICE CALLS-Day' or Night ..v.. $2.50 ;8 14 buyers.own your Now own is home.your opportunity to this 151st Sunday Terr. 1.6 p.m. See 1530 NE lu fv1

|L Nile Calls Our 'Specialty-No Extra Charges r
Open 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Daily 1 3

VhJ&TCO. .1 We are open every day 9 to 9 p.m. including Sundays R

6 201 N.W. 62nd. Street Phone PL 71645v K

9 N. V. 3rd Ave.4 .
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