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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: May 24, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00599
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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uooawin a Bribe f

I So. Vote Racial Case Touches .-'
Baptists Fellowship Off Probe I

Miami's lucrative. numbers
HOUSTON Southern (Baptists racket will no doubt .get the close
swept aside opposition scrutinization of the !Dade County -
Thursday to accept a report calling I grand Jury es a result of start-
Betty Kelly Wins tor strengthened "fellowshipwith 4'r ling testimony in the six-day
people of every race hearing for 'Patrolman Marcellus

Presentation of the report, Goodwin.
titled "A Call for Racial Recon Goodwin has been recommended -
Scholarship Award ciliation," stirred a burst of debate for dismissal by the Civil
on the floor of the denomi Service Board for offering bribesto
I nation's convention.By fellow officers.
Annual Awards Day was heldat berg, Germany. Her two year Goodwin had claimed duringthe
Booker T. Washington High, stay on the European continenthas overwhelming votes, the hearing that he offered bribesto
I Thursday morning In the school given her an insight far beyond convention of about 12,000 messengers "test the honesty" of Detective
auditorium. This great event is !her 17 years. Since becoming (delegates) defeated a Charles Outlaw, and Patrolman
sponsored'by the Student cl,;: a': member- thQ"8'1'V'feflfeily motion to'strike out -the material Edmund McKinney In the' belief

!and la one' txC, 'she..JaaJ"ih::: '
classroom'. .4adc jextra-currle/UfciP: : Robert King High In: tils purge
its outtandingannual ; -_the: ;";report, cdndeanrted'"eodal '
: of the bollta rackets.
activitiesBelty U ,
-: paesiderltfthe ,.
Jed*: } ,
t pro tidage* "that create fear and intimidatlon" '
Girl"et1tlhetors dsociaie"ed1- PROBE 12
See page
"deny the basic
I A top four- tor of the school newspaper and
American freedoms" to citi
'| year collegiate chaplain of the Senior Honor So any
I scholarship was ciety. (Mrs Myrtle Davis, prominent High School.
won by Betty J. Other recent honors include social, civic and fraternal leader The First Woman's Day observance -
Kelly as the result winning the Bronze Medallion for well her school and community in will be the' guest speaker at services will, begin at
I of her evidence of leadership for Ibetter the discussion, "Fears and PrcdJudice i the First Woman's Day Obser- 740: am. with Choral Eucharist,
standing on the human relations and a certificate as Youth Sees Them." vance of the Woman's Auxiliary Communion and Sermon, with
Entrance College (Examination Board I of award for the promotionof This was a feature of the Mental of Christ Episcopal Church on the rector, Fr. Theodore R. Gib-
the ideals of brotherhood. Betty Health Fair, sponsored by the Sunday, May 25 at 5 pm. I son the celebrant. Breakfast will
taken at the University of received this recognition from Mental Health Society. Mrs. Davis, a retired school be served Immediately following
Miami in February. The stipend the National Conference of teacher, member of St. Paul I this service. The public Is invited -
amounts to $1,120 a year for four Christians and Jews at the (Booker T. Washington Is truly AME Church and State Presidentof to these services. Miss Edna -
years at the College of St. Cath- Fountalnbleau Hotel in February :proud of this fine student, for the Women Federated Clubs I DeVeaux is general chairman
erine, St. Paul Minn. On April 30 she was a guest she exemplifies the best of whatwe will be Introduced by Mrs. of Woman's Day and Mrs. Rosa
Betty has spent part of her panelist at the emple Israel of are striving to do for all our Frances Carter, English Instructor I White Is president of the Wo-
high school career in Heidel I Greater Miami. Betty represented tudents. at Booker T. Washington man's Auxiliary.

I, County.T.urnsDown. Amb'ulanceBids' = I

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'By/ELLIOTT/ 4.'.PEZC| Williams, in no uncertain: terms the same service than would be courthouse on Wednesday to the Commissioner Charles "Chuck"
I told the commission that as a result the case If the low bidder got the effect that County Manager Hall, whose vote.could swing the
Whether it will prove for the of its action, most of the contract, seems to make little or Campbell may bo fired from his outcome in either direction. At
best interest of the taxpayers or I business will go to Eastern Ambulance I no difference to the majority of $35,000 a year position as mana this writing veteran observerswere
not, the County Commission on' Service. Eastern bid on : the commissioners ger of the Metropolitan government predicting that Campbell
Tuesday decided against award' four zones, but was low in only Campbell announced that he County Commissioners be fired day. A local
ing contracts for ambulance service will negotiate with all of the bid- John McLeod and Farris have may any
to low bidders and author one.Williams told the commissionthat : ders. In the meantime the tax long since been opposed to Camp man is being considered as a replacement
ized the County Maneger O. W. Bob Randall at Eastern told I payers await hi* decision. bell. Commissioners Ralph Fos- for Campbell in the,

Campbell to negotiate for the him ,personally that the County CAMPBELL MAY BE FIRED sey and Edwin Lee Mason are In event he get the go sign. Inthe
contracts. I Manager was going to give the Talk was being circulated' thick Campbell's corner. The man in meantime Dade County waits for'
Protests the action of the I business to Eastern. I
I and fast In official circles at the the middle or "on the fence" is the final results
commission Randall and
were loud and many. However, both
Probably the most vocal of the Campbell denied any such ar
protestants was Raphu Williams rangements.The .
who was the low bidder In two fact that more of the ( MAN'HERE I
of the six zones in the county. -payers' money would be spent tax-I TRAIN KILLS

Usually It'. a speeding car buta

65-year-old man was killed Instantly -
about 11 ajn. Tuesday

when he was struck by a train Y?''
hacking from Seaboard Air Line
Hialeah shops into the terminal -
rr police said. ; IJ

I N Ivory Taylor, H7M NW Second
Ct., was walking couth across
r- tracks near 19th Ave. and 22nd
St and apparently failed to seethe
: oncoming train.
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y'4 f Engineer Detective O. L.George Steel told Spell Homicide that- & : 1 J4 N k',. ..

".. he tw the man and blew a
': warning whistle, but the victim
did not get out of the way in 6 rr
*'ut; Z.yW
time. sir

Mrs. Wilhelmina /

Butterfield Dies I W f I ,*44Z

Mrs. Wilhelmina Butterfield, a

pioneer Miamian of 1926 NW 5th _....... ..
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court died suddenly a1 her home
"-' 1 Wednesday night Mrs. Butter- I The Tuberculosis Committee of the Dade, County
Three local; coeds won honors at the State Shorthandand field died while asleep She Is i Tuberculosis Association honored three of their members

Typing Contest sponsored )recently by BethuneCookman two survived daughters by her Mrs.husband Joyce James Ingra-, Friday, May 16 at their regular meeting f which;was held

College. Not shown In the picture is Barbara Lester- ham, of Daytona Beach and Mrs. at t he Sir John Hotel Coffee Shop. i '

of BTW who won second honors in shorthand. RUby Mizell of Miami; two self, I. Pictured is Mrs. Willimae Murray, chairman of the$:iI
Mitchell act Kenneth
a silt"r, I
Shown are the winners : the contest: Shorthand, Dr. E. Hampton of Ocala, and TB committee, presenting plaque to Dr. Henry H. Green
Yvonne Wiggins, B. T. Washlp D: 3rd place shorthand, several thJve'. and Mrs. Lillian S. Mazon for their outstanding, unseIf'I''I
Grace Murphy, Northwestern Elementary typing ,win- : tab work with the committee. A token of thanks was
'r. arr vnents, In charger
ner, Katherine Anthony. .R1.i hard J. Murray High, it.Auguatfne. ?ijrlson funeral Home are given Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johnson.

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Conference on May 24. New Kindergarten
AI the Annual May Executive
Committee meeting of the National -
Commemorated Opens
Mrs. Bethune Council of Negro Women

will be held on May 23 and May
Councilwomen The St. John Tot Center is now
25, many dltlngulh
wlu open for service.!! If you want the
24 from over the country
D.C. May
Washington -
I best tar child of
your pre-school
marks the third annual Commemoration be in Washington for the kindly avail
THE MIAMI TIMES "The Newtpaper" Conference. Ice yoorsehres of
Peoples' Week honoring Mary ertfhip our service Our faculty m em-
McLeod IJethune, founder of the bets are well trained an.j .
PAGE 2 SATURDAY MAY 24 1958 ex.perienced
National Council of Negro Wo- FAMU PROF. Mrs. Beatrice><
men Throughout tile United supervisor Mrs. Copfdine Dean
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States Council women have plan. AT SUMMIT principal For Inlermatloa call
....._ .... '0'__",.". "'___w_ ned special events and meetings PL 7-S344; FB 1-8438; PR 1-3212.
for thin week. The swvlce filled 1131
k life of Mary McLeod( Hethunewas MEETING I
like n many facetted Jewel
with its distinctive and varied I Dr. William E. II. Howard, professor HARLEM SQUARE
achievements. She was known as of political science et Fla.

I an educator, a public official, an A&M; University in Tallahassee, I SWEET SHOPA
I Inspiring leader of organizations.She was among internationally known
I (profoundly Influenced the j jI committee members on the International FULL LINE OF GROCERIESCOLD

I thought and aspirations of thou- Affairs Workshop of CUTS COSMETICS
'sands of people. the Summit Meeting of nations
r : On the occasion of this third leaders which convened in Washington 208 N.W. 10th St.
I D. C. at Hotel Raleigh.
/ Commemorlatlon Week, the National -
r-i i ( Council of Negro Women Dr. Howard served M reporterand -
coordinator for the International -
memorializes the leadership and
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Sri f
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Z y qi Affairs Workshop.Two
a I ideals of its Founder !by a !Leadership -

.W f JJ3 Training Conference on former ministers to Libe-
"Women's Role in Community ria Judge Edward R Dudley and
conference will
lion Lester A. Walton were
be held at Howard University on
committee members. I f
May 24 from 10 am. to 5 p.m. in among action
Chairman, suggested
the auditorium of the biology
was Charles D. Mahoney, former
member U.S. Delegation to the

# r rx ;my :A special feature of this con- UN.An
ference, designed for key womenof expert in African Middle
community organizations will East and European Affairs Dr
be the training sessions given bya Howard is in constant demand as
special team of trainers. RogerM. a speaker all over the state of
Shaw of the Center for Human Florida and other parts of the
Relations Studies of New country which make demands on
York University and Mrs. Hilda any time he has available from THE SMOOTHER BOURBON
Fortune of the Greater Now York his classroom and duties
. campus RMtecT S *CM Swrtai Mottr C To.M
a t Urban League. Both Mr. Shaw at Florida A&M University. Is lad.CIiwer 4ff Oat Ce,fortfef,If:
and Mrs. Fortune are widely
I known throughout the countryfor

their leadership training ac- WARNER r '
tivities.I .

I further attraction of the Pa'ntlnlt' ( ana *y Call TAYLORFR
I(conference is a luncheon meetingat WaterproofingContractors (

12:30 p.m. in the Howard U. j
I dining hall at which time speak. Llrenied' and 9-1703
j ers from the committee for economic (Insured by City v
,growth and the President's and County
I Committee on Government Contracts 1863 NW 59th St 1
Mrs. Aima Vessels John, a native I will be presented. Free Estimate
Philadelphian-tumed-N e w j Persons desiring to participateIn Call any
Bethune Alumni
t Yorker, is one of seven winnersof the conference may register at Ph. NE hour j FREE
McCall's magazine's 1957 gold ....
the Council Headquarters the .
i or ; 5.
Preps For Reunion I mike awards to women in radio Bff ACQWAIMTEpIf
and television
presented recently -
Bethune-Cookman College at the AWRT national convention I
Alumni. In large numbers are I in San Francisco. The first of LIVE AT THE BEAUTIFUL
her race so honored, she was I
planning to attend the 54th Commencement I
Exercises as well is cited for her unique program, I
the general Alumni Association "What's Right With Teen-Agers," Booker Terrace MotelA
Meeting at Bethune-Cookman a thrice-weekly presentation over
College. New York's WWRL radio station.A .
The reunion classes thIs year member of Alpha Kappa Alpha
are the classes of 08, but manyof sorority and New York university few permanent rooms availableFor u
the other classes are planningto alumnus, she was formerly executive low
secretary of the National, as as $18.00 per week
come in groups to enjoy all of Cs h.
activities. Alumni Association of Colored Graduate
the planned are
also urged to be present at the Nurses, an organization now integrated Kitchenettes only $22.50 per week
general .Alumni meeting nthkfo with the American
win be held at 3 p.m. in room 5 Nurses AssociaUon.-ANP. o INCOMING TELEPHONE
and 6 of Moore gymnasium. Sev- CALLS
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cn the agenda including: (1) Approval Junior High School, Jack-
of the Constitution (2) Selection 'sonville, as the Alumni speaker S> USE OF SWIMMING low-down and real inside
Sunday, May 25 the Senior- POOL
of roles for Miss Alumna
Contest (3) Election of officers Alumni breakfast will be held at baseball news, here is a real
(4) Induction of new officers. 9 a.m. in the Faith Hall Dining Air conditioning available for small extra charge get-acquainted special offer.
The calendar for the I room. At 3 pjn. Dr. E. J. Pen-
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All Harlem Backs Powell ::.1.1Joyous

As He -

Is Released THE MIAMI TIMES"The Peoples' Newspaper '

SATURDAY. MAY 24, ,1958.. PAGE 3 :I
Even as Adam Powell walked
boroughs. confidence. He quoted a state
free from the Federal Court
The people of Harlem are ment made Wilkins of
by Roy
house, after pleading innocent to I
staunchly behind Powell and his the NAACP which boosted his
tax evasion I
charges, plans were
most trusted followers have Joined I cause and rallied his followers.It .
being made here to oust the deb-
r_ onaire Congressman from forces to bring In more sym- was "What a mess our govern-
L renom- I pathizers. They intend to win for ment has got into with Adam
ination and '
heavy support given
__ Powell the next election by a Powell." The people accepted this
Mrs. Bessie Buchanan, assemblywoman -
landslide. They also intend to statement as a sort of slogan to
Mrs. Buchanan
6 i received 4 votes in the meeting stink with him "through thick and pass around. They buzzed with
thin" in his effort to clear his delight as the handsome Con-
13 Democratic district
in the tax evasion charge. gressman told it. "And "
name Powell
: \L -I leaders, brilliant- with attorney Thurgood for Marshall the Jubilant over the first small "for added,the with tremendous his famous gestures,

NAACP, receiving three and victory Powell's freedom (his $1,6001"! sum of
Councilman Earl Brown and Sen- lawyer was allowed 30 days for

ator James Watson receiving one filing motions) he was also _.. ..
In Washington recently port of civil rights bills pending each. granted permission to travel any 1
with Senator John Kennedy before Congress. Left to right: Tammany Leader Carmine De- where in the U. S. or Its terri
I Mrs. Gwendolyn Hardy, Boston; Sapio stated that Powell will tories on Congressional business.
(D.-Mass.) was this delegationfrom Mrs. Bruce M. Brown, Malden, definitely not run for re-election Powell himself, looking worn
the United Beauty School] I Mass.; Mrs. Willa Smallwood, on the Democratic ticket "becausehe but ready for the fight, Is build
Owners and Teachers Association. Los Angeles; Mrs. Billle Dunlap, is not a Democrat. On hear ing a whole new and exciting
The group called on the Senatorat Oakland, Cal.; Mrs. Marjorie ing their decision, Powell stated campaign for re-election. With his
the Capitol where he 1s con- Stewart Joyner Chicago, super- "Thank God I got rid of Tam people behind him, he intends to
ducting hearings on labor legisla- visor of the organization, and many Halll" Then he added "I'm talk his way into another victory.He .
tion. He assured them of his sup Senator Kennedy. going to fight them as a Demo (began' at the Brooklyn Zion .
crat. I'm going to run candidatesin Baptist Church by telling the' 't. ,. "
every area where there is a crowd that had gathered there to
concentration of Negroes and greet him on his return from
BTW Honor StudentsAnnounced Puerto Ricans in all five Wasington, that he had every


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Marcelle Wake, daughter of Anna Jean Hawkins, daughterof ar :k THE LIGHTER BOURBON
Mrs. M. L. Doster became first Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Hawkinswas
honor student of the senior class named second honor stu-
of 1958 at Booker T. Washington dent. Anna lists as her hobbles P .
High School as a result of tabulated music, listening to both jazz and
averages. classical music. She enjoys
Listing sewing, crocheting, sports and likes to work with
watching TV and Just enjoying younger people. in helping them
her family as favorite pastimes solve their problems Anna Jean
Marcelle omitted :that she is a was also selected to receive honors
good conversationalist and enjoys as a Junior citizen as a re- '
reading. She plans to enter sult of her civic-social interests.She L4ij"4IF
Talladoga in the fall. Her ambition is a member of 12A4, Mrs
is to become a pediatrician. France Carter, homeroom teach. THE TORPEDOMAN who THE' SONARMAN who
Marcelle is a member of 12A1 ere Her ambition is to become a couldn't wait to ram K ., counted the screaming
Mrs. W, C. Rhetta Is homeroom I legal adviser. She will study at hit "tln-fiih" down seconds as the depth
teacher. I Howard University in the fah. the tnem/s throat I charges came closer, .
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Florida A and M in the two mile run. "..JACK A DEN.MiIal>t1It+I uT .lEllllsa! ..+........w10NN6 .....tNI...,MLr4tE

University ran away from th* .The S. C. State and Tuskegee DI\I\ L 01......, ROBERT WISE........II HAROLD HECH1.a'.....tjolreRir,1pt D elt
field of 17 schools in .
winning iti
Relays champions
second straight Southern Inter mile relay. Samuel won Rivers the, Zean one- .ftotNI M I D1 UILIIw..."., .............wad ki GQ! wdirwi.

collegiate Athletic Conference Clayton Maceo Jennings and
track and field championship here Willie Poole sped the distance in:
last week. 3-30.1. Poole took the 440 yard CAPITOL/ THEATRE UBClJtfDRIVEINSTARTS JAgebourbon
In taking It, fifth win of the : run with a 49 second sprint. Lew-
20-year-old( event, the Rattler is Johnson and Charles Young
cindermen amassed 70 and 56| brought home two more firsts for 11
points. Their nearest rival was FAMU. Johnson leaped 21 feet
Xavier University with 32 and six inches to win the broad Jump
56! points. The Floridians capped and Young heaved the shot put
the meet in 1830. 1953 1904, 45 feet nine inches.
1957 and again this year. Zean Clayton pushed Xaviert STAR MEAT MARKET

Thomas Williams into a record
The gem of the Rattlers impressive
i breaking run in the 880yardrun. (
victory was James Den The new time was 136.0: ,
iL 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
mark's record breaking Jump in The old mark of 1:56.0: was set
the pole vault. He cleared the by William
Young of Xavier la
bar at 13 feet seven and one half 1941. '- r:'irIilllll
inches'to erase a 17-yearold mark
set by William Farmer of Xavier THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
back in 1941. Farmer's old mark
was 13 feet two and one-half Get your tickets now .

Inches.Clarence Child took the 220- forth.Omega Fresh Meat Low Prices

yard dash and Wiley Lane upset Boat Ride
Xavtert Floyd Jeff In the two-
mile run. Lane was clocked at 1 Friday, Jane 13 PMtucky SlrtlfM Bowton WhlrtifVl ta.Olds
9:50.7. Major Meoefee was fourth .... ftoot..tAcl (it Age I"..!;.Co..fftnMeeting .*'-"* '

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Observe Firs !n-Around The Bahamas ;

Woman's Day r wrir
By A. H. McKENZIE . ;-
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.::.. ;.-=-- ::;-.;:: : ::-.:--:-:- StancJe Herbert Finder a former -)dent of St. John's College has
overseer of the Nassau Prison i been placed on Jbepesn':* Honor
.... .'List t
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TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NQS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS May 11 to answer to the, r.aJ,1tuWnttDajoring'
The Time Are Changed And W. Are CAsrpod With Them" charge of attempting to murder in language and is among those'
---- -- ,. -:. ...:+-'.,_ - Angellne Glinton and wounding who have maintatniyj a 90 percent
Off*. at 1112 N.W. TMrtf Awe..... UlnaL. Florid*-f hon FR J-22M Mitchell Foster The woman was plus average. He won second ,,
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15t Avpnitfr-Pbo!!e P{. 4-6J2f in critical condition .t the Prin- prize in a- Germaa poetry
cess Margaret Hospital and could contest recent/: lie is the son of
Entered *i Second ClaM Matter. Avgnt t. 1t2T at the Pott Office at not attend court I G. B. StrachaA head _of-the Dispensary -
Miami, FSofJs*. under the act of March t, 1S7S y r' f Department of Princess'
and Margaret Hospital.' ..
The annual\ flower show I ,
H. C. tlOISMUNO REEVES, Uftor tea of the Carver Garden Club *
GARTH C. REtv $. AaeociaU Editor M Business Manager was held at the home of Magistrate I A 600"pound." .ses6 niter was'
and MM. M. J. Thompsonon speared said capture 4 a'i jnfle off
Member of the National NeWvpaper Publishers AooclatH Farrington Road, on May 9. Emerald Bach: Hotel to the'ocean
Member of the Associated Negro Prep The beautiful array of flowers, on May 14. After forty
potted plants and fruit was en- minutes of gruelttn fight the'
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: Joyed by the Large number of 10-foot wtup-tafledi man&eray:
ONE YEAR,,$1.DO SIX' MONTHS S2JO THREE MONTHS 1.50 persons attending. Several prizes was beached, at the.hotel dock. It
were awarded. took eight'men to do'the trick.

f YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK !Mrs. Rebecca Koowfec
_.. . Bruce Pinder, 84, died
:>'w'.Al'- Stanley
': I MRS. ; at the Bight Long Island, May 6. McKann's Long Island on May
tc ' KELLY SAFETY DIRECTOR LUCILL'O"I Funeral services were held the 13. She is survived by three sons,
.".;As;T+t. is' expected. County Manager 0. W. Campbell, following day. Mr. Pinder was at two daughters, 20 grandchildren,
oi'W&dfie iay appointed Sheriff Jiomas J. ,Kelly,ASPub1t one time one of the largest tomato a sister and three brothers.
afety Director of Dad "Cou'nfy"s new Metropolitapgorernment fanners in the Bahamas. He
effective June 5. The salary will be also formerly owned the entire
1&S00;,the same the sheriff is now receiving. Under Camperdown Estate which em-
Metro VeVill+ hare a Public Safety Department that takes braced extended thousands from Bay of acres Street and to

ovrtihe duties of the ,sheriff and abolishes that office. Yamacraw Road.
Sibe4)I' iC.Kelly was elected for a term expiring in June,1 y He is survived by 16 children;
19&t$ Cw: U serve for the duration of that term. 54 grandchildren; 62 great.grand '
# nager' had to make a compromise S great-great-grand, three brothers -
Campbell r' and three sisters.
on'tbSi '

% (; CainpbeIl ':months ago had named Daniel ,
Sullfvanl, rime commissioner, for the,position of Safety Cornelius Hall, Henry Saun-'
A ders, Alonzo Smith and George
Dire ,pr o(,Metro at a salary of $20,000 a year. The city yI Joseph were taken to Princess
manager" had to change his plans. Margaret Hospital on May 13,l I ;A Nti m2\e
Mr. :Campbell came to Miami highly recommended. suffering from bruises, shock and
He lad.served as city manager of San Diego, Cal and I other possible injuries. The men THE LIGHTER BOURBON
held lie.,aIDe office in San Jose, Cal. I Flint were working at a building on 6i icy Stri Street when second
,/After->serving in Dade County for eight months and I stone porch crumbled a and crushed story- Prod.CAmri Aft DIll Ct,ffII IIt....
even before he has a chance of getting our Metropolitan them. Inadequate steel reinforcement -
its afoot to the skids Is believed to be
government on legs, plans are put r responsible -
under hIm. S for the accident The
"Whai do you call that? Politics! MRS. LILLIE )MAE FUTCH steel snapped.

"Givethe man a chance. . Co.chalrman Ernest a former tsu- 9-1703

Sunday, May 25, promises to
RELOCATIONWe be a big day at Mt. Hermon. .
The pastor and members are ob i
have been talking a lot,about the expressway serving their first Woman's Day., The BARGAIN STOP Offers
and it is certain to come in the not distant future. Private The public is asked to please
intei eats1 hate been doing quite a lot of building in Dade come out and help us to make
this day a big one. 2200 N.W. 36th Street :
County, apdhit has helped, but efcvethese> buildings are :Miss Thomasina Walker, one of
comple & ey are all rented. V our Dade County teachers, will "Biggest Bargains in the World" ':
People keep coming to Miami, and most of them be the speaker. Remember the
come to stay. day, Sunday, May 25. -
This brings us to the relocation problem. Where are Mrs. Lucille Howard, reporter 3 Rooms of New Fine Quality Furniture
Rev. A.
these people to go? It might not be generally known, but Bland pastor 1. DINETTE SET
our Federal government has plane for relocation, allt thatis J.99
necessary is to qualify. Dade,.County has not qualified. Rummage Sale 2. LIVING ROOM $

The city of Tampa has qualified ,and will reap the I Com and get the bargain 3. BEDROOM Complete
benefits., Several other cities areVedping them. .
i MEN'S SUITS _........._.. $1.00'
Under these plans people can ownhomes' with a t Arrangement Can Sleep 4 Person
payment of only $200 dollars on a $9,000 home and 40 LADIES DRESSES .._........... ..25CHILDREN'S :
years to pay the balance. : Get out of 'that rut and live like A King
DRESSES .. .25
Even if you are 60 years old you eanqualifjr; If jbu ?- SEE MISS BRADY
do not have the down payment, some relative of yours I MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCHN.W. Established ;,1932goyn -

can provide it This applies only-to people'60" years or I" 3rd Ave. A. fth fit w
over.Al Thompson from the Regional office of the Federal I .oo*;';;.A' "';_ ._'MrM>rn'>''"W ttttttttt*" ;lr; ""*';:;.?" vr;..ttttttig' ;JM?>::r...>.;::.TC ,r,' nllr.u..__,,__.... .L,
Housing Department in Atlanta, could give you all' the

information needed. You can also obtain useful Informa- Furnished or Unfurnished'; "
tion by consulting Dan Lang, director of the Urban
League in Miami.,


Investigation of the numbers contiuues to make news.
Of course the bolita is big business, running into mil
lions of dollars weekly, those who should know, say. "
For the past week Miami's Civil Service Board has GROVE. .
been busy investigating charges of bribery made againstone

of our Negro policemen. Marcellus Goodwin was 3201 DOUGLAS ROAD 'j"; '
j ,
charged with attempting to bribe two Miami detectives. r
i He pleaded guilty, but said he was enlisted to make the
bribe by a former private detective.The LIBERTY CITY. J '
Board completed its hearing and recommendedthat : 1 :
Goodwin be discharged. The recommendation now
goes to City Manager E. A. Evans for action. The board 1370 N.W. 61st STREET .,:I

also recommended that a transscript of the hearing be
sent to the Grand Jury. DOWNTOWN

Atty. C. Allen, who represents Goodwin, asked for a OFFICE. .
more lenient rerdict He said: "It would be unjust if you
fired thir man and then found out that his actions and 1099 N.W. 3rd AVENUE FR 14554F
testimony '
lot of lice... ofkLah.aQVERNOR. .


GovJfttopLeRoy Collins of Florida war this'week , .
elected arftehajrman of the National Governors' 'Confer:
ence. The announcement was made on Wednesday at the
closing of thfejQth Conference of Governors held at Miami FLORIDA
Realty 1098: N.W. 3rd AVE.
CIThisib&efrfstinct! honor for our governor who is also

chairman of the Southern Governors' Conference. -i -a

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I ,JI'-Il 1 ,SATURD, >fMAY<24};'1958 PAGE 5
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'BlancheCallo.way A gentleman (played one game of Ekaor'ISowb, Mrs MildredJemes'MrS.1
Cqjmty:- 11 annle.i Williams, and '
decided the ;>
lit golf and fame was
ever saw DIM Viria I
Brown arrived in
Mrs. hey
for him. After four days golf,
Is Show "Produc, lot News Mrs. Viria Brown. They arrived
it appears that Willie will !become ,
Larry Steele : In-$t.,I'ftergburg Sunday morning 1
: ; er quite a golfer.PRETT' ;:. .
I say that to saj to Attend, a four-day meet
I'that it takes a GIRLS of 'the week: byWaJtl' \ )','

tc Leona Epoe and Minnie Murphy BoweIrhe "),:: Commissioned
;, PROUDLY PRESENTSAN create great man such thigh (Larry Steele Show) . Polk'eoman .. .
ot'he Week: Gary Ward .
ALL STAR REVUEAt and' type present show ito t Doctor of the Week: G. W. Haw- public,Is invtted to attend, 'lI

The Popular the publithrough < *ins ; . Janet Smith, former a Building Fund Rally] at'the New
employee of the Elizabethand
Mary Macedonia' Baptist Church Sun-
a big hotel and really Sir John Hotels has to
gone day, May 25. Dipners will' be
make everyone understand what Philly for a visit with her tam.. served .., 1 p.nv Afternoon: program -
JIMJAM, Is going on. We have had many I ily. She will return on June 2 will begin at 300.: Rev. M.
big Negro stars working on the . and y'aU will find her work- H. Phillips, pastor, Mrs. A. O.
r beach, ,and most of them have ing at the YMCA . Among celebrities Henderson, reporter. ,
been hits,'but Larry Steele is a coming into town soon,
little different. He not only dis- soon, soon are Dakota Staton The Lanier Junior High School ,
plays a wonderful show but he Fontainbleu; Gene Allison, The will present.its'annual play ',Fri
also "sells" class, to show the Palms, and Napolean Reed Into day'May 23 at 8 pjn. This year's
ofay that we too are a people the Americanna. is
production entitled, "Newly
and not "things.". If there were Beloved." Mrs Clara Gore> is jail
were more show producers like ROCKING ROGERS, popular sponsor.
CLUB Larry, it would help, to make this DJ of WFBC, will go home for a '
world a better place in which to few days due to the serious ill- Delegates th Orange Blos-+
1900 N.W. 75th St.
live. ness of his father. Yours Truly
Phone PL 9-8651 will pinch hit for him until he
MILDRED HODGES leave gets back. All of us wish a speedy
recovery for his father No
Miami for a trip to Monaco to
Come and see the visit her cut buddy, Sarah matter how many times you see $695 Cash
latest dress styles the show at the Jim Jam, you'll I
Vaughn when Sarah will sing for
worn by Prince Rainer and Princess always enjoy Chickie Home. And One Mortgage .
Grace. Who knows, maybe the by the way, fellows, have you .: $75.00 ,
Month\ I
Chickie Horne M" : dug that cute little cashier at the Y
of those
"Big might
cop one door? VA VA VA VOOMI! I 2 'bedrooms, one bath, partly furnished >>
"Madam Effls-
A* Monaco Hep Cats, without a .zas.j II I j
Throekbottom"Plus I ", $7,500 total. j I
LITTLE Ida Williams 'iMoor j
I (Mrs. Johnnie Moore) "what's NEAR 58th STREET & 14th AVE.
. former Cotton Club Dancer, going on?" and she sez to me . .1 3-Bedroom CBS I
whose engagement at the Eden I I "I'm expecting." Next week we H U'
Etta Jones Roc was nothing less than sen- will tell you what Ida is expect-1: $85 Month (HILTON BROWN1

Sensational Song Stylist ing . Wally "Mr Blues" Futch,I 'f I, . Worshipful'Water t i i ,iiu;
is doing a good job with his stage I $1,195 To the Worshipful}MasUfM and
Vickie Copez production at the high schools. As Many extras in theM fine homes.' 'Wardens: This is,
Wally puts it, it gives the kids a See today, $11,000 total."I',', that Hilton Brown" Storshipjrul;
Shake Dancer RENTLARGE
chance their talents
to display
master of St. Arthur's'""nodi* No.
. We were talking about mus- NEW CBS AMa-
488, of Free and Accepted
Satch RobinsonM. icians when all of a sudden Slim
$1,495 Cash commissione4j'bsIas-
sons was
Bannister with "a good
C. up
STORE four piece combo is better thana 1 Attractive 3.bedroom' CJ3$. Ter- trict Deputy Grand Master.of,
20-piece band." razzo floors, plus large porch, Dade County by the Grandfos-
Music by
near everything. $13,000 toal. ter C. H. Henry,
Bert WallaceAnd CHARLIE NORTH will loon CALL OR VISIT !Brown would like to express his

His Quintet Will help equip Adams.lose his She pretty has employee Joined the, Marie Mod- Gold Coast Realty ,I Wardens gratefulness who to were all present Misters when;r'bnd

ern Harlem Girls of the Larry 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. his commission was presented to
Adm. Thur. 50c
Ideal for
Steele Show . Joe Noble, Cot- PL 4-5508 ,him by ,W. M. Williams, and
Fri, Sat., Sun. 75c Parlor ton Club Dancer has joined the hopes for full cooperation; ,. rom

Beauty Smart Affairs of 1908. lie will all Masons. '.. ...
Storage take Lon Fontaln's place, and .
Lon will leave Miami shortly to i A
SHOW TIME Office. etc. do the choreography for the Club "
Thura. 11 p.m., FrL and Sat Harlem Show in Atlantic City, MIAMI/ BEAUTY Co.: :

10:30: 1.3-Sun. 6:30 $75.00 Month I NJ. Smart Affairs No. 3 will go "" ''

10:30-1 .into rehearsal soon for a show in Miami's Only All Colored House ".,.. "
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In New York Florida Normal and Industrial In.
I I stitute of St. Augustine, class of

Labels Ike's"Patient" ", 1945, under the presidency of Dr
M. Luther King ..y "',> j, .1, W. M. Gray Jr. He also is a grad-
.. Y uate of the Union Baptist Seminary -
"i'I aa Inc.. of Birmingham, Jefferson -
County, Fla. Dr. Collier p
'" Clay, AM., StD., DD., president!

Stand Dangerous j j'I We who know Rev. Felder wish

I him every success In the Lord's
work. He has proven himself to
--- be a God-sent man.
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Addresses American
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Those who wish to contact Rev
I Jewish Congress at i Felder for any services may
Beach PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MAY 24, ,1958 phone his home at 252 NW 7th

Miami __ ___ _--..nn--.-. j St., apt. 3, FR 9-1029, his lovely
wife, Mrs. Savannah Felder, will
for I
President plea Court. take all calls for him while he is
patience and forebearance by Ne- and voluntary suspension of the affirmed by the Supreme 1'I'
leaders was assailed last law. If there is no time limit and'no On the role Southern Jews out of town.
gro mutuality of responsibility should play in the integrationcrisis
week as "potentially t
the Rev Martin Luther King toward the law, appeals for fore- Hollander told the con- .:.
Jr. leader of the Montgomery, bearance become suggestions for vention: l
For Prompt Efficient
surrender and retreat. This "The Jewish community in the ,
Ala. bus
course no Negro, no Americancan South-a tiny minority of .265,000 ,.,1 Service
Ibefore the
an accept in dignity and honor." in a population of 40,000,000 -
ional Biennial Convention of the five- has perhaps learned by this time 1 Phone PLaza 4.4909RUDY'S
In anoter address at the
American Jewish Congress in the that the strategy of silence, of,
Carillon Hotel here Rev. King day AJ Congress Convention, a
being neutral while the fight for TV
!prominent Southerner charged I The above likeness is that of
said the President's approach"can
I that Southern states ,bear the desegration rages, simply does the Rev. Laurie Felder B.Th. He andRADIO
only encourage those who major responsibility for the wave not ,buy protection from bombs. is the associate pastor to the Rev
have defied the Supreme Court of violence and bombings that Jewish institutions are dynamited L. R. Ross, ,pastor of Bethel and REPAIR
decisions and whu have created
!because the twisted KKK
have swept over the area in recent Shiloh Baptist Churches of Richmond -
the climate of tension and critia
months. mentality responsible for these Heights and Homestead. GuaranteedService\
culminating in violence across the criminal outrages hates the Jew,
South". Sidney Hollander of Baltimore, the Negro and the Catholic regardless Rev. Felder is in Brooklyn at ,Pick up and Deliver
Md., declared that the Southern
of /what he says or does. the present conducting a reviva'at :
The !Negro leader, speaking to states' "lawless resistance to "Jewish communal leaders and the St. Paul Community Bap 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
more than 500 American Jewish court orders is ultimately responsible tist Church
rabbis must realize that they havea t he Rev. AdolphusS.
6801 N.W. 15th Ave
Congress delegates from all sec- for the assassins who stake in desegregation and in Smith is the pastor.
tions of the country, plus 1,000 hurl nitroglycerine or who :plant obtaining prompt compliance to Rev. Felder is a product of
other white and Negro Floridians dynamite. the Supreme Court's mandates. _L 7
said he wondered what the Pres- -
They must seek !
The Baltimore Jewish leader, a every
ident meant in urging that the tive opportunity to join with oth-
former president of the National
letter of the law not be (pursued, Social Welfare Assembly, calledon ers in defending these mandate I t ; I know you don't believe it butt
"Does this mean abandoningthe z'
the Department of Justice to In discouraging lawless resistanceto
decision of the Supreme reverse its hands-off policy on these mandates, they will be
I will sell NEW 1958
Court, turning back to the daysin you a
racist violence, "a policy which upholding law and order and
which inequality was practiced has no Justification constitu. protecting their own security." ; : : :
in education throughout the
tionally, statutory or political.! Q or
South? he asked. Does this
Mr. Hollander, a former presi- ELNORA
condemning one generation after
dent of the Urban of
another of Negro children to an far less than any other dealer. -
Baltimore, said that "we do not SUNDRIES
inadequate, impoverished educa-
seek remedy in :Federal action
i alone. Bringing the FBI into the Headquarters for your Prove it to yourself .
ij j "It Is: illogical to argue that because bombings is not the cure-all." He MIAMI TIMES If you live out
recalcitrant elements stub- added: Brownsville way
bornly resist the law, the degree "I speak as a Southerner, andI WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE Call BUD WARDBIRD
and extent of their resistance say that responsibility for halt- WE SEFtVE
should be the measure of our patience ing the wave of violence and intimidation Foremost Ice
and foretoearance," the lies not only in efficient ! CHEVROLET CO.

Montgomery Baptist clergyman police investigation. It lies Phone NE 4-9441 CE 5-3521 Salesman
declared in the reversal of the present
"The logic of such a view pointis policy of the Southern states of 4338 N.W. 27th Ave. Home: (new or used cars or trucks)

that the greater the resistance, organizing massive resistance to PLaza 7.7207
the greater should !be our patience the nation's deseigregtion. : policy J. FINCHER, Mgr.

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Negro area which occupied this location BEFORE the AFTER the program.BEFORE .

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same.addressAFTER. the.program.,., ' t"I. I BONDED COLLECTION. AGENCY,. L. BROOKS :M' ,." ,

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1 l " I IT a solution, it would be a stale-

; ric11; Road mate.In this time of social change in

ud iongF s the South, many words have been .'
spoken. However, words are use-
less without constructive action.
-- By MOTH PERRY ---*-
Both sides of the question must
'M I 1 I J . . .1 . 'JJ.,1. . . be heard and studied, with sin-
I cere striving for a just solutionWe
I The following statement was world think they are condoning cannot have this without representatives .
S S Look I the words and actions of the
Ir I sent recently to magazine I of both sides com
11n answer to the article writtenby White Citizens' Councils? ing together. A segregationist cannot .
Gov. LeRoy Collins in the May for his state alone
Segregation and Jim Crow are speak ,
27th issue. only the result of southern mores.nd neither can an integrationist./
t The Miami Branch of 'the tradition; they are the resultof a forth right and honest desire
NAACP was very interested in statutes passed (by southern on both sides for a better soutt
tf Gov. Collins' recent article in states. The NAACP, during the can bring [progress..
;s<: Look. Living and working with- past fifty years, has striven to WHAT IS MODERATION?
in the framework of the traditional I seek legal redress through the Gov. Collins pleads for moder-
mores of one of the "reluc- courts of our land from the pre- ation. But can one be moderate
tant" deep south states, our approach judiced and discriminatory stat- with moral values, human dignityor
to the !problem of integration utes of southern states again Ne- freedom?? Negroes, like other
is based, we believe, upon groes. It is a policy of the NAACPnot American citizens, feel within
the broader values and more fundamental to seek legal redress until all their hearts the desire for recognition -
N r rF rt principles of our (found- other avenues have been ex- as human (beings, and a
ing father and our U. S. Constitu- hausted. Proceeding through' striving toward the ideals of democracy -
1 tion, rather than upon the laws courts of law is not a hasty pro- Human progress, especially -
: and statutes of a state determinedto cess. By no manner of speakingcan in the matter of progress }
x maintain segregation remely so sought be called between the races, is not inevi-
acting in irresponsible haste or i table or automatic as many white
NAACP VIEWS ON CIVIL proceeding in an extreme man- southerners would have us be-
RIGHTSIn ner. lieve a just solution of this chal-

: the south INTERRACIAL lenge in democratic living.
: today, the meaning COMMISSIONAn
____ ,, of Remember these dates: on Sun-
.w< ;_ _, ..I''II the words "moderate
n "patient" and "gradual" depends interracial commission at day, May 23 at 8 a.m. at the Mary
upon what side of the fence you the federal and state level, work( I Elizabeth Flamingo Room, the
Y Summer are standing. To the NAACP, ing together, with appointees se Miami 'branch will sponsor a
Program patience does not mean submission lected by the governors of the on Saturday night, June 7 at 7:30:
I to undemocratic practices; southern states has (been suggested membership drive breakfast And
moderation does not mean refusal by Gov. Collie In all frank- p.m. at the Flamingo)( Restaurant
to try to obtain equality of ness, what progress toward inter- Clarence :Mitchell of the NAACP
Offers 2 Camps civil rights, and gradualism does racial understanding could bo Washington Bureau will speak at
not mean "never" or stagnation in made (by an appointee of the a dinner meeting Plan to be
the status quo of tradition and governors of southern states com- present at both of these afifairs.
"The Carver Branch YMCA "wQ " 'w" "" ,O'f. .",.- .w" ? Jim Crow. mitted to the continuation of They are for A good cause-your
has outlined one of its most exciting p segregation? This wouldd not be NAACP.
_-. --- ------- -- -
end In the - -
/ summer A matter of civil rigths, ---- -
program in the branch's history there can ibe no real progress witha THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People New.paper"
states Atty. Henry H. Arrington f. ", stalemate of opinion, arbitrarily -
chairman of the G. W. Carver held views or /political expediency SATURDAY, MAY 24, ,1958 PAGE 7

Camp Committee.All and no truly satisfactory -
parents should "stand up solving of our problem by j
and face the fact" that summer is i I fence straddling. We must meetit
the time when youngsters are ,head on with courage and honesty i
lured into trouble unless they are i .
under trained supervision duringthe
period school is out. The t We have (been told that the
YMCA offers a type of program I ,. majority of white southerners
that is designed to serve the I want a fair solution of this, problem nu -
needs of youngsters who shouldbe J However, if this majority
given the opportunity to properly feels as Gov. Collins has stated In
utilize their leisure time in . s 'sl his article, why do the people of I
wholesome recreational activities 'I t the South permit a small minorIty I
t of ibellgerent segregationiststo
Summer ;program will include j speak for them? Why do they
two types of camps Day camp jH '. continue in silence allowing the
and Residence camp. Day camp f1..ti rest of the United States and the
begins June 9 through July 31,
Monday through Friday from 8.30 _fLJ
a.m. 3:30: pjn at the James E. -- .. lad of activities in the rustic setting -
Scott Homes, 7226 NW 22nd ave. of beautiful Lake Grassy..
It is designed to give children of ATTY. HENRY H, ARRINGTON Youngsters who cannot ffford
working parents the advantabe oi exciting games Field trips will to pay the, entire fee for these
regular camping without leaving be made to several sites outside camping activities are given the :
home it is an ideal program of the immediate area the new opportunity to take a part in the
interesting projects in which undeveloped site at Virginia Key self-supporting soap sale project I
young people can participate dur- and a recreational site located in sponsored only by the YMCA.
ing the entire day with the "Y" the (Homestead area. According to Atty. Arrington, .,W..Ia&t
and its staff. Lunch time will be a (period,, of registration will !begIn Monday,
Among the many activities of- complete relaxation from all activities 9 a.m. at the Carver Branch office -
fered are: Crafts, devotions, ar performed by the young 340 NW 13th *t., telephone
chery, cook-outs, swimming, people who attend this activity. FH 4-7829 and at the James E.
music, shop and field trips, indoor Residence Camp will be !heldat Scott Homes, 7220 NW 22nd Ave
and out-door games Including the YMCA Camp Lake
tennis and a group of new and Placid, covering a one weak per-

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executive officer, Burt Lancaster, course to the dfcnse OPEN ALL NIGHT FRI. AND SAT.
Commander played by Clark Gable.
their ,
: Free Delivery Service '
Saturday mldnite :
The picture opens
runs thru Tuesday at the Capitol Theatre. : t6Nllt Jack Richardson, Mgr. t .. J II
The LibCity Drive-in has scheduled the film IAI11Ally t II
for five days starting' June 11.

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THE MIAMI TIMES-''The Peoples' Newspaper Carnival at St. Charges Against Aitty.: Miss lAlbert Adams.HUbbard (represented
John Church Teacher HeardA The board will decide the case
I at a later date.FOR. .
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DAY - --- -- -
The public at large is invitedto crowd of spectators 'Was

BIG SUCCESSAT PUNPHUN witness a fun packed carnivalat present at the school board meet- SALE
the St. John Baptist Church. tag on Wednesday afternoon. The
MT. OLIVETTE By PHIL OSSOFER There will be many attractionsto attraction was the hearing of LOT Choice lot for sale in Nas

I I IIrv Ie ...... ...... ..... ..... ..... .. thrill you such as apple biting, charges made by Mrs. C. M. sau. Size 50 x 174. Reasonable
That's a rugged new press in guessing games and food sales. Pearsall, principal of the Dunbar price. Nice spot, for home, motel,
guest house or rooming
School Mrs. house.
the Miami Times plant. Garth This affair will ibe held in the air Elementary against
Leonie Adams, a teacher for 30 Located in Engleston on Key
says it cost a "few" (box tops. conditioned lower auditorium of West St. Area has nice
Garth- years. The charges include, sloven streets,
From box
( golden cars
dol- the church. It is sponsored Jointly lesson plans, complaints of cor- light and running water. A large
I'll bet that more
press put by the Men's Auxiliary and the poral punishment and unprofessional Key lot next to corner. For information -
lars in circulation than a year'sprinting
Willing Workers. The time is 8 I conduct as a teacher. Miss\ call or see Stanley
Miami Times.
of the
a p.m. The date Thursday, May 29. Adams denied the charges. Sweeting, Miami Times office.

This (brings to daysin f' . . . . . . . .. ..,... . . .
memory my I 'I:!:" " ::" :::" : ::" : ::'1'::" :,:" :.:" : '': : :: :::" : :::' :::' :: : ": ":: " : :: " ::''':' !NL'1i31.i ''.''''
newspaper circulation. When -..:.-....,-..... ..-,,-..-..-..-..-..:-i:.,-.,-..-....................".........,...................,......................... .......................:...".'.
you observe my wrinkled brow,
you will see the last vestige of tt.. ::
my newspaper days . head .its
lines! Strangely, since I've been 7t ;its
out of circulation, I've had low ,
ilt 1t
blood pressure. Proves I had QlTIT = $
printers ink in my veins. Per- G
15 haps that's why I write in a'' ..
lighter vein, or am. I Just writing': M Flt
in vain?
,;UU .d
OMy hobby while in circulationwas
collecting money' . from I ! GOING OUT OF ''BUSINESS AFTER 10 YEARS AT a Q t ttts
my customers. This prepared me! W
---- - for a writing career. I got so
many rejections! In stead of the:
MRS. ''ROSE POITIER money I was< trying to collect, my at 49 N.E. 1st Street |

Mrs. Rose Poitier, chairman, customers kept me in circulation. i: ;
Mrs. Ethel Linda Lewis and Mrs. (They were the type who put thee
Myrtle Moss, co-chairmen of th cuss in customer.) Reminds me I ,;ltd
8th annual Woman's Day which of the time Doc Hawkins was
a ras.,...observed a t Mt. Olivette elected treasurer of the NAACP.It s SISTER & BROTHER TOGS
I3apfistr'Cliurch: May 18, wish! to was a perfect selection, for t lt#
express their many thanks to the collecting money is like pulling ;lt
fine women of Mt. Olivette an dcollectors wonder there are more .,
than dentist down in I tt
the many friends who contributed -
the mouth!
in making our observances a ,1t

big'We success.wish special thanks to go that To brain end a Phil serious!) note. ,I'd(watch like I:; Now is the time for( ,you to save 50% ,and more on all firststir |H u|

to Mrs. Mallle Hunter, guest to congratulate the Miami Timeson
speaker. of the morning; Mrs. J. its new press, the new look on class ,merchandiseFOR ''U!'I
W Toomer of Fort Lauderdale I the Times, and the bright future ; ;ltd
guest soloist during the eveningw for this growing paper., This is I: r
rSh'p; Mrs. Carrie Sapp Miller truly a sign of the times . The u
of St; John; Mrs. Zeola Jones of Miami Times! u GIRLS . n
Grace1'i Presbyterian and Mrs. C.
J;, Burney of Friendship Baptist : : : WERE NOW jj"jj
Church. EngagedANNIE : .
More/ than $2,200 was reported :u Summer Sleeveless M
by the captains Mrs. I. C. ;u
Mlckfns reported $39(3.78( ; Mrs. I ir. : Dresses . $4.00-$1.88 ffiSizes
Rose Poitier, $216; Mds. Margaret ells ,
Hudson, $130. Congratulations to'' + 'lt' ( 1 ,to 3 and 3 |ito/lax) 'ft

all"captains for a jab well done. .w 1t f
The day was closed by echoes U3 Summer Sleeveless I 'ft'<=
from our minister, Rev. I. C. ;
Mickins. He( gave praises to the :u Dresses .j. '. $3.77 ;
chairman and her co-workers.
He stated that our financial suc- 1 r :J it Size. 7 to 14-$5.00 to $7.00 Value) u3

cess would hasten the completionof -
our building program. We are ;u Girls Orion Jewel xi
planning the dedication of our : : $
new church for early summer. :u Sweaters . . . $1.88 ;!n$
Johnnie Mae Perry, reporter w ;4r1 :u (Slip OverValues to $6.00) Ex31t

NOTICE ; Girls' sic@
2-pc. Suits
Rev L. R. Ross, the pastor of U3 Play
Bethel Baptist Church, Richmond j 1 e: \ 1 l Ideal for Summer wear '.!ZM ,Q to fix .... ,n t
Heights, officers and members, ; i
request t he honor of your( pres- $1.59 88c i
ence to march with us into our
2:30 new: p.m.churdh S unday, May 25 at : Girls' 2-pc. Play Suits *'". 3 to 6* ...........-......-... '$3.00 $1.44 R

The march will (begin from the .d

old ston Post Drive Office and building proceed on on to Pink-our I DORIS PHILLIPS I IMr. d Girls' Gabardine Shorts Red Navy White ...... $1.59 88c tu.

new church. ( and Mrs. Jessie Phillips : h
Please come one and all help announce the engagement of Pl N#!
to make that day a success ford!i their daughter Annie Doris, of ;Ui#I. !H J Jt
Bethel !Baptist in Richmond Miami, to James Neal Jr., of
Heights. Thanking; you most sincerely Daytona Beach son of Mr. .and ,t r FOR THE BOYS 1 H:
I Mrs. James Neal of Deland. iJ h t tIt
Mrs. Bessie Wright, | !Miss Phillips is a senior at Be- 1 I
committee chairman thune-Cookman College matricu- ;U' WERE NOW i);
Mrs. Nannette Grier, lating in Elementary Education.Mr. )
co-chairman Neal is a student at the ;n s.. Boys' Short Sleeve 4 !it
4 to ie- J
Rev L (R. Ross, 'pastor college's vocational school. :u t

=lc Sport Shirts 99c ; '
r = $1.59 to 2.00 !I#

1 Amateur Night ::l
E TUESDAYNassau 1'I 4 Boys' Polo Shirts Sizes 4 to 15- $1.59 99c :

NightTHURSDAY Boys' Western r
With Double Knee*-Sizes 4 to 12 l:

SIR JOHN CLUB 'firs' HI i:;= DUNGAREES $1.19In : : C 11:1; s

NW 3rd Ave. & 6th St. 1' t' Chinos and Seersucker $1.5 9 Sizes 3 to 6x MI, i

No No AdmlMlon Minimum- Package No Cover ;y' ;': tit;:*, Boys' Boxer Shorts Sic J:

Store Price.FrldlY lt h

Saturday .Sunday ; w

Valiy: Futch and the

Exotic Vanilla- Vti Major. .: Dancerand Williams Quintette. . ar-"f'it 1, t illI:I & BROTHER TOGS

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pastor of :Greater Bethel AME THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper I-
Church, Rev S. A. Cousin,,, \vfio
I Richmond has been selected and, endorsedby '
Heights Flashes the AME Church to run for MAY 24, 1958 PAGE 9

the bishopric In 1960 has come
forth with another
great day foi
By ORA D. TALYOR the church "Class LeadersDay" ardess Boards of Greater Bethel this record. May we strive as she
'a "I ..... II' for Sunday, May 25, when will be guests to Sister Rosa did to reach our heavenly goal.
Crane 14601 Harrison St. and Her funeral services were in West
each class member will sit with I
WELL TO WORK IS A TONIC to a student of history today thereis his or her class and have oppor- Your Scribe, 14601 Lincoln Bou- Palm Beach at Payne ChapelAME \I
I -I noted an interesting article a stressing precedent to the
levard at buffet luncheon at Church :
of a
by Jack Mobley of the M i ami I relationship between the United tunity an open class and ser-
the the home of Mrs. Crane on Sun-
mon by pastor. This Is a most
Herald and Chicago News
Wire and the hordes of
__ peasant modern and spiritual idea and it day afternoon, April 27 after
which gave food !Russia who are able to throw
is that chuurch services. This of
hoped many members will group
for thought and 1% ton Sputnik into the sky. Our
attend and meet their pastor, stweardesses has done an excel
living. He should danger is that which trapped i leader, and classmates in a grand lent service to the church and
know when the other great nations and cultures.We spiritual reunion. community and well deserves \Q
will to work be- are unwilling to measure amoral I this delightful repast and outing.
gins to die out deterioation. This same Rev. W. E. Taylor will be guest i ,
of given thing to individuals ADULT PROGRAM The "
a peoplethe happens when speaker for the'occasion.. '
doom of I they become lazy, slack, and adult vocational program will :
their nation or satisfied with things as they are. sponsor a class in choral and religious PASSES We wish to express'
civilization is I Strive each day to do something music which will meet at sympathy to the bereaved familyof
oomted.\ He tangible for God and humanityThis Frank C. Martin two nights Sister Mamie Rockwell: Adair, ""'
'pointed out how I is a part of our steward- 'weekly beginning the first weekin wife of the late Presiding Elder
France{ fell be- ship which ultimately leads us to, July. The contestants will be who died
Adair, some
year ago.
how the Byzantine our goal in life and in the life Mrs. Sylvia Reynolds Espy. For
Barbarians ardent
fore ; I i She was an missionary e.tjeTHE !
empire was largely des to come I further information, ((please call 'worker for God and the church. J\\l
I Mrs. Espy at PL 4-7929 or phone
troyed by despised, desert riders, I She also was a progressive civic
The giving address
your name, worker in West Palm Beach. Her MILDER BOURBON
I and phone number.ENTERTAINED .
life was!> spent in service for the (Unlucky: Strtlght Bourbon Whlskty S Vi*.Old
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for Convocations In the scientific world the development -
of Hydroquinone as a
cosmetic lightening agent marks
another milestone in the astonish-
!Preparations are being made in I ing achievements of research.Aid .
the Young Peoples Departments, for milady, Atra Skin Tone _
In the African Methodist! Episcopal Hydroquinone Cream with Hydroquinone opensa i

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under the /woman's eternal search fox
Young People Congress, heraldsthe NEED MONEY
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supervision of the Department
Religious Education. Dr. S. S. discovery of a new, amazing Then Hurry to The .
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Morris meeting Sr.will, general be held secretary., July 29- key to Uglier, lovelier complexions. Jamaica Candle ShopAt Dr. II. Manning Efferson, left ; oeing named to his present post
I This miraculous ingredientis in July of 1957.-Rapopport photo.
August 1 at Allen University, Co- dean of Florida A&M University, I
lumbia, S. C. Young people from Hydroquinone, contained onlyin 6664 N.W. 15th Ave. and J. R. E. Lee Jr. vice presi- I
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The State Tri- will include ---

many new features this year,
according to an announcement of
Dr. R. E. Lamb, director of Re- k s s ,dd' <
ligious education: of the 11th
Episcopal District.
This meeting begins with an ,
early sunrise service, Sunday i
morning August 17 at the Myrtle '
Ave. Ball Park in Jacksonville.
Registration for the State Tri will
begin Monday morning, Aug. 18
at Edward Waters. The State
Trl-Consecratlon Service will be
held Tuesday morning, Aug. 19
at 11., a.m. and the key note mes-
sage will be delivered Tuesday
afternoon, Aug. 19.
Dr. C. S. Williams, senior state
officer, state president of the
Allen Christian Endeavor League
Department, serves ,as /business
manager of the State Trl. nst1.
tute, as in former years, and also
serves as director of public relations Qr
and transportation in the
state. kQ i NJtTc
(Local arrangements for the Tri, Y
meeting will be arranged by the
Jacksonville AME Ministers Al

:Woman' Club

Installs Richmond OfficersThe Heights Wo ; ?

man's Club held its Annual installation :
of officers on Sunday
afternoon, May 18 followed by! a
frappe sip. : E d

Officers installed for the coming $ ___ ________
year were: .
President, Mrs. Louise Byrd; ,.
1st vice, Mrs. Rebecca Fisher; tt 7.
2nd vice, Mrs. Malvena Moore;
recording secretary, Mrs. Helen
Stewart; corresponding secretary,
Miss Victoria Simpson; assistant
correponding secretary, Mrs.
Marian Pratt; financial secretary
Mrs. Jennie Henry; treasurer,
Mrs. Doris Walker; chaplain, Mrs.I
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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper .
( SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1958 PAGE'' ;::11

Answers on Negro Crime Mrs. Enid Reese employees were feted received.on the occasion.35-year TWo pins

Honored by Burdine'sMrs. and five others 30-year pins.
Note: The following article I Is Inanswer I frustration stemming from denia: Chairman of the board, GeorgeE.
[ to an editorial which wai the ,protector of criminal elements.As of equal rights. Our drive foi Enid Reese, well known Whitten, ;presented the awardsto
printed by the Tampa Morning an organization we stand ready equal rights is an effort to remove ., Miamian of 1528 NW Third Ave., the employees. All membersof
|Tribune April 25, 1958 and Is I released to join other law abiding groupsin these frustrations so thai was among five employees of the Senority Club at Burdine'a ,
because of the serious Implication any realistic crime prevention Negroes, like other Americans, Burdine's with 25 years of service which was organized in 1926 witha
made by that paper In program. We want to eradicatethe will have the opportunity tc that received 25 year pins total of 46 members. The mem
regards\ to "Negro Crime" and an causes of crime. Among Ne- stand on individual merit and be and $1,000 UJ5. Savings Bonds bership has grown to 1011.
| allegation that present leadershipof groes, one of these causes is the Judged accordingly during the state's annual old-
the Negro In America has fall. timers' celebration night, held at
ed. Bayfront Park auditorium Satur- Call TAYLOR:
day night.A .
TO THE EDITOR OF THE total of 251 employees with
TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNE: Negro Unemplopment five or more years of service, FR 9-1703

Your editorial of April 25,

"frankly'Conspiracy'disturbing and both Fail'ures'In its easy Is is Double that of

I acceptance representing of true the FBI conditions reports and as Whites CLEAN..RCLEANItrCLEAN.

. in its charge that "the NAACP NEW YORK Unemploymentamong
little concerned with responsibilities -
Negroes more than i
," pretending that double that among (white workers . Ir
Negroes does not ex-
crime among during the current recession, Her.
1st.The bert Hill, labor secretary of the
NAACP is concerned
NAACP declared: here in an address -
, about crime. 'However, we recog befcie the 'en.i;! constitutional -
: nize that crime is not racial. We
Clin wer.tion of he United
I have consistently stood for law Furniture Worker, AFL-CIO.
observance and law enforcement iIfJ
irrespective of the race of the Addressing the convention on
race of the victim or the accused. May 13, Mr. Hill cited figures
There is an obligation on the partof from the United States! Census
law enforcement agencies to Bureau which has estimaed thenonwhite I
apprehend offenders, provide unemployment rate to .
fair trial and mete out just punishment be higher now than at any time I
for those duly convicted. in the past 11 years during which
the !Bureau has reported unem-
We are also aware of the fact
ployment statistics by color.
that Negroes, because of their I
poverty and their lack of political "During the past three years
power as well as because ot I the non-white unemployment rate
racial prejudice, are more readily has been almost consistently more
arrested and convicted than than double the white unemployment
white persons. Being poor, they rate," !Mr. Hill said. "This ;
do not have the means to employ would indicate that very limited
competent and influential coun- progress has been made in securing -
sel. Lacking the vote, :they do not for the Negro worker the Il
C. Taylor pastor
Gardner if
enjoy the protection of political same relative degree of employ- Concord Dr. Baptist Church, Brook
machines. Being black, they are ment rate," :Mr. will deliver the baccalaureate -
constantly victimized by :the benighted ment stability that the 'white lyn, sermon at Florida A&M
racial prejudice of many (worker enjoys." University, Sunday afternoon,
police officers, sheriffs, prosecuting -
Juno 1 at 2:30: p.m-Bing: photo.
attorneys and other law enforcement "It is clear that the differentialin
officers. employment stability between
The New York 'times on Jan white and Negro workers has
uary 26, 1958, published the fol- been extended both in years of NOW RENTINGAT
lowing: brief story from Memphis prosperity as well as in years ol
economic decline," the NAACP LOW SUMMER
JUDGE SCORES NEGRO I labor specialist continued. "AU ,
ARRESTS available data clearly indicate WEEKLY RATES
that the ratio of unemploymentamong That'i the super-dry taste you get
MEMPHS, Tenn., Jan. 25 (AP) non-whites as comparedto $21.00 Per Person make
-A City Court Judge said today that of white has been steadily Single Occupancy you your N"$ fDD
that frequent arrests of Negroeson increasing since 1951." Martini with clean-tasting IM ..
such charges as vagrancy and $15.00 Per Person
Mr. CHill said that "the economic '
loitering were "ridiculous. JudgeB. Double Occupancy Y1041Np
R. Boushe dismissed three such level of Negroes remains sub. FLEISCHMANN'SGIN r
cases at the morning session. stantially below that of the white Telephone, shower or bath, maid
The Memphis story is repeated I population." service, wall to wall carpeting,

in city after city, In the North as I He called for the use of "the sun deck and lounge. $2.55 ----.1'00
well as in the South, in chargesof of the above Pint
full power and authority 15 rooms available at
serious crimes as well as minor organized labor movement" to rate, from May 1 through November
offenses. eliminate discriminatory practicesIn 15. Total of 62 rooms. DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN ; '
Another element is ."SS
diturbing t
workers. DISTILLING ,
regard THE
90 PROOF q
inference, or direct assertion,
that Negro crime reports and oth- "Statements of policy are nec- r CORPORATION,NEW YORK CITY
er derogatory statistics, should be essary and welcome but totally
the fountainhead of argumentsused inadequate in resolving conflicts 1M'e
by those who oppose an end unless baced by decisive organizational -
to racial segregation. The fallacy authority," he added.
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I PAGE 12 SATURDAY, ,MAY 24, 1958
M 50 x 100 (LOT on 153rd St. near I .._ '. a qn .r" w. .', We. S J
22nd ave., in Opa Locka.. .CU- "

1 t46ARCY ; NE 3-6774 otter. . 2 pm.PRIVATE ...,. : 1M31 kith all of the ,conflict: of tesg- Mrs. Rebecca Judah
i : tnony,. Goodwin :had admitted'attempting -
DR'IV'U 'rinanagemen's women's,
to bribe two fellow officers Dies in ,Brooklyn ". 1.(
and children's clothing;
to fix the bolita arrest of
wardrobe, trunks, also furniture, (Mrs Martha Rebecca : Judah '
Isaac ,
later convicted George.WANTED
:NE S-SSId N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. washer, TV, any reasonable offer ..-.. laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clin-
585 SE 9th ave., Hialeah
; ton Albury, died last Saturday at
.'''''. TU 7-7607. the Witikliff Hospital, Brooklyn,
A charming girl from Finland after several month Illness. Mrs.
FRIDAY AND, SATURDAY DOT. 1963 NW 153rd st., Opa wants correspondence with a tan Judah Is a Miamlan but has been
!Lot 4 block 7. Sub Mag-
Locka. ,
G New York for
American ((25-35 age) for even- living In many
nolia. Call Crepepper, PL 84114.
tual marriage. Write to Miss years.

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- will sponsor a class in Choral and competition large ''popu lltlon"!
Storing IN LIBERTY CITY. Furnished Secular Music which will meetat Established 3 year hIgh ,profits
''' STERUNOIiAYDEN 2-bedroom apartment suitablefor Northwestern two nights a Machine pay ,rent, electricity
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GUN BATTLE t PAMELA furnished including phone. Call July. The consultant-teacher will
DUNCAN PL 4-6965 after 6 pjm I be Mrs. Sylvia R. Espy. For, fur- MIDWAY DRUGS
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Continued from page 1 room set, 4 bedroom sets etc.
585 SE 9th ave., Hialeah. Private Non-Surgical Treatment
Mayor High took the stand and home.
Hernia Piles
denied that Goodwin representedhim.
rP FOR SALE (Rupture) (HemorrhoId.
The bribe offer allegedly was DR. LONG'S CUNIC
P to "fix" a bolita made
Colored Beer 'land general health service
against Isaac George, grocer, who
later was convicted. Wine Bar 21 8.W. 13th Ave.
Although the officers refused Phone FR 8.2748
the bribe and reported the attempt Excellent condition, on good
Add Life to Year
to superiors/ Goodwin testified corner. Easy terms. 5801 and Years to Life
during the hearing that he
knew of other officers who did NW 22nd Avenue. Phone REDUCESpecial
take bribes. His testimony was Medication
ruled out, however as hearsay NE 59152. ,
FIG evidence: I ._ ,
Goodwin's admittance that !his
testimony was "hearay" gave
temporary relief to many police SEE THE ,
officers, in 'both high end low _
places. Though the names men-
tioned (were strickened from the
A.n6CN1ROTODD'ANNE testimony, more than a few observers -
BAXTER HERBERT lOM expressed interest in the
testimony. ;
....esotraw,tunsiou'rhhWlpIL.W Goodwin, a 1939 graduate of
I / / Florida :A&M and a former school COLORED '
i I ryss>4trtena
principal, said he could have told
,.a I ilddtt Car more and indicated he might PSYCHIC % '
I Douolas ,,, open up If invited to sit in with
t , Jr.Pndxttoa the grand Jury. _
Ills attorney, Herman Meth- READER ; t
L CHASE fessel, pleaded for a more lenient
verdict by saying in part:
"..It would Ibe highly unjust to
CROOKEDSHADOW this man if you fire him and then PBOF.BONTER
A find out that his actions and his
testimony here lit the fire that .
ended up in the indictment and
conviction of a lot of police of-
The Civil Service Board, how-
ever, followed the reasoning of
""' RUllo Assistant City Attorney Charles PROF. HUNTER
WHO D&DItr Pr? TAB Allen, who stressed the fact that
AND ruth'IW._ 1 If you are sick, worried or In trouble this is the

kOODULDD'r HUNIER place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the

1tfNT lOR ..e that ......,. AIR-CONDITIONED veil of bad luck that seems to hold you in your track,
,tOISMe11rtf. and Advance forward by the help of God under the
EtCNIKA CAPITOLTHEATRE leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience

in spiritualist and occult science. Make your

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I STARTS WEDNESDAY VICTOR MATURED Located at the Hunter's new psychic studio on
Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallandilef Fla. on
Dor In
the north side of the road, 1 mile. east of 7th are.

I "The. Female "The LongIau1", Carver Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of thr..-

Plus Mickey Rooney In story building. Office is in the duplex in the front of

"Baby Face Nelson" the building.He .
AnimalHedy Rock" has fifty times more power than any other

I medium.*' You will find him far advanced in knowledge

Hedy Jan Sterling READINGS FROM
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(The family of the late, of ... ..
memory my husband Dignified, Personal, Courteous Serric l
DAVID SM3TTHIof LINCOLN WELLS Lizzie Mae Cuff, 10, daughterof ,
428 SW 6th court, Homestead 'who departed this life May 24, Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Cuff, of
wishes to express its sincere appreciation 1956. May he rest in peace. 4314 NW 31st place, died on May Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
for the many cards, Annie Wells, wife 16. Survivors, besides her pa I
telegrams, flowers and other ex- And Family rents, are a sister and brother J"I I
pressioD of sympathy; received and grandparents. Funeral services tI
during Wirecent bereavement.Mrs. were, ennriurfivi_. .. nn.. .nnn/4.. ........
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Anna Belle Smith. and IN MEMORIAMIn at Peaceful Zion Baptist Church" 1315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440 f I II
Family /with Rev. Preston officiating.
1< sad but loving memory of Burial wall held at Lincoln.
our dear mother, sister and aunt, I
CARD OF THANKSThe who departed this life on May 24 Mrs. Ella K iiawl of 190 NW! !I
1951. J9th st, died at Jackson Hospital "A Living Service far the Uvtatf J
the t
family of late, ; !
Friends may think we have for- on May 17. She is survived by

wishes their CARLES to thank kind L.the thoughts FOBASER many friendsfor When gotten at times, they see us smil>> a Hialeah.daughter She, Mrs.will lie Idella In repose Lowe at of Range Funeral Hornj I

; cards, But they little !know the heart- the chapel beginning at noon on
and flowers, especially Seniors aches !
Friday and will be taken to her
Funeral Home and the Rev. I. C. Our smiles hide all the while home on Saturday at 7 a.m. OSCAR AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owners :i
Mickins. Mrs. Harolee Jones, daughter where the body ''Will remain until 4
Mrs. Pearl Smart, sister !Mrs. Alice Henry, daughter I funeral time. Services will be PHONES PL 4-7468 PL 1.1331 ,...
T. R. Fraser brother
conducted 4
Welton Sawyer, son) at Greater Bethel
Mrs. Amelia Curry, sister AME Church on May 24 at 430: .. t.
Oscar Range Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
Mrs. Almenus C. Dean, niece p.m. with Rev. A. A. Cousin officiating ott.: \
THANKSThe Mrs Iva Dreares, niece She will then be sent !
5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami Florida:
to Hawthorne ,
family of the late Albert Curry Jr., nephew Fla. for burial on '
IRENE M. NEWMAN Key West, Florida Sunday. "f t
acknowledges with gratitude and ., "
sincere appreciation the many Mrs. Corene Range of 1443 NW ;
kind and thoughtful expressions,i MEMORIAMIn 5th ave., died at Jackson- Hospital -
cards, telegrams, flowers and let sad but loving memory ofCONNLEY on May 19. She lived in Miami I RAPHU S. WILLIAMS ;

ters of condolences. _.. ... .-.... .. over 30 years. Survivors are her I. ,
Special thanks to Elliott J. mother Mrs. Hattie Whitehead: PRIVATE FOR HIRE .
Pieze, Stanley Sweeting, Father I wo sisters, Mrs. Luella Jackson I .
John E.: Culmer and Mrs.: Fannie Mae Roberts, a I
Range Funeral .
Home, the Golden Age Club, Pall nx brother, T. J. Whitehead; and 'an : :Ambulance :ServSce"FRanklin "
aunt: 'Mrs. Pinnie
Bearers Lodge'and' beloved Bishop lot 1445 :: . N
family of 'Bunche Park my Elementary WV 5th aye.:{ Mrs. Bishop died on. IV i... :.1"1' " 'L.4 t. 1 .

two "
School. days following tho 3-5900 '
death of her niece. Double
services -
May God bless you always. will be conducted on Sat-

Mrs. Hazel C. Sanders daughter, Ftr 44 place urday,to May be announced.31 at a time and HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALLAttention !

Frank M. Newman, son .1
Wayne Bowe, infant son of Mr.
$ and Mrs. James Bowe of 2230 -
In AppreciationThe NW 72nd st., died at Jackson Now Reopening
Hospital. Besides his parents he
family of the late, Is survived by a sister, and grand
MRS. GEORGIA McNEAL parents. Services will be cont-
acknowledges with gratitude and duccd on Saturday at 10 a.m. Miami' Wonder Lady
sincere appreciation the
kind and thoughtful acts, cards many, Funeral services for Mrs. Rosetta Nationally Knownl Highly RecommtndtdtLIFE {
telegrams, flowers and words of Washington, who died on
condolence an sympathy extended May 13 will be conducted on May READER ,
during our hour of sor- 24 at Friendship Baptist Church,

row and bereavement. Special ___ _.u_ n....___...'n____ with Rev. Burney officiating. ADVISOR BORN WITH POWER'
thanks 'Burial will be conducted at Lin-
to the Rev. and Sister
Ed. Richardson with Sister Lucy ( WILLIAMS: JR. coln.
B. McMinn and .Sister -Mangle U. S. A F. Remember I' am a TRUE READER
Goodwin for :the delicious dinner Departed this life on May 25, The infant daughter' of Mr. and BORN;] WITH PQWER
served the berefcVfld 1&55 Left to mourn a, Mrs. Clarence n. Henley of 1281
family at TELLS YOUR N"MI""j' :.
the home of Rev. Richardson Mother NW 61st street was stillborn on *
after the funeral. Thanks to the Father May 17. Graveside service were e YOUR LUCKY DAYS ., .
OES Two Brother conducted at Lincoln on May 22. '
Chapter who took time out Licensed by State and County
to turn out with Hill A Sister ---- --
Chapter 48. Tails you any and everything you with to know without ask' .I'
The -
I .
Mattie chapters Wilson were Paradise 117, Ing any questions. Gives you name of friends and onflmlsaT. :;' t
W. M. Eureka ?
Chapter 95, Cora Solomon, W. M., IN MEMORIAMIn Gives true and nsver falling advice on all affair of lift. If . ;
Fred Douglas 161, Flossie Jenkins sad but loving memory of worried, troubled or In doubt consult this peychlo at ono. I .
< W. M.The our dear husband and father, .' ': do not call at your horns.

And_ Hills Family "." ,\.1J. .../1'.H.. ': .. .. : DON'T BE DISCOURAGED If you have failed to final Mpf" f.f.I
'. I do what others claim to do.. No one In Trouble Turned Awayl ,

(A/....C..I.S'.: .... COME WITH OR WITHOUT MONEY. Private and Confidential IR.adlnge.
MEMORIAMIn My studio Is on the corner No slds door. No backdoors

sad /but loving memory of Avoid waiting. Phone NE 4.8267 for appointment i a:

our dear brother, husband and 4500 N.W. 27th Ave., Corner 45th St. t
father CORNELIUS, ROBERTS :() .A..JS'J..; ,: 1 Block north of Booker Tsrrace. Bus 24 16 Every 6 minutes 1

Tag. departed this life May 17, ---- .J

May he rest in /peace.
Mrs. M.: Johnson, sister
The Roberta' Family NOW More Than Ever :


PEOPLE who know
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Bernice Goode, '
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Ben Schaler .. .

Call me, Mr. Ben, at JE 1-0057 for a demonstration 1
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As a down payment, 3 bed. VIC POT AMKIN CHEVROLET !

room new, on corner on two ,

lob. 2901 NW 43rd Terr. 'ELLS FOR LESS"'I'

FRANKMILLER Hardwood floors. A beauty.
who departed this life on May 20,, 540 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH,' .' : ,
1956. Gone but not forgotten. Lots for sale. Cash for your "

Pearl Frank'Miller Miller, wife lots. Baron, JE 81340. JUST OFF MacARTHUR CAUSEWAYI" '. ,I,(! ..,
con f'
OHver Miller, 101IMiller Open 3-5 p.m.
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\ MARTIN MEMORIAL AME Junior Church Is celebrating Its
: first anniversary. You are invitedto
I .- Richmond Heights come out and share this mo-
Rev. Albert Jones, pastor mentous occasion with the jun-
Wilma M. Harris, reporter iors.

"That Ye May Tell It to Gen- In our prayers let us rememberthe
sick and those In need of
erations Following, was the
spiritual guidance. To the pub-
of thepastor's sermon tak-
theme (
lic are welcome to worship:
CfUtrc4I en from the 48th Psalm, 14th
ry roC verse. The church was filled to with us any Sunday.

its ritually capacity inspiring to receive sermon.this spi SALTERS CHAPEL AME

:Well, our dreams are at last Rev. J. S. Blake, pastor
becoming a reality. At 3 o'clock Ruth Twiggs, reporter
Sunday reports were made from
) FIRST UNITARIANOn our block pledges, and it was a Make a joyful noise unto the
huge success. The Rev. O. W. Lord all ye lands and sing his
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Sunday, May 25, 9:30: a.m1the Burroughs of Bethel AME: of Hialeah praises.
Division of Church Schoo 1 and his choir and members' Sunday School was opened at
PAGE'14, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1958 Education of the First Unitarian of his congregation came and 9:30: a.m. with the superintendentSister

Church which is located on Dixie I helped us make it a success. [ Agnes Davis in charge. At
Highway at SW 29th road, will 1 Total amount received was 11 a.m. Love Feast was adminis-
CORINTH BAPTISTMeets EBENEZER METHODISTRev. hold its annual meeting for the I $609. tered by the pastor. The ACE
election of officers and to consider The Junior Church meets every League met at 5:30 p.m.
every 2nd and 4th Sunday A. D. Hall, pastor
revisions In the organization Tuesday at 5:30: p.m. All parents
at Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Ernestine Hanbrick, reporter The 7 devotion
of the Division.At who are interested are asked to p.m. was very
Church. inspiring. Choir No. 1 was at its-
children out and
Sunday School....................... 8:30 Services were as usual on Sunday the 11 ajn. service, Rev. please send your and bet best, and the pastor preached a
make this
Morning worship ............... 11:30 with Sunday School begin- Glenn O. Canfield and Dr. Rob help a bigger soul-stirring sermon from St.
Evening Service ...........A...... 7:30: ning at 9:30: and largely attended. ert Carlyle Beyer, former presi- ter Among Junior the department.sick is !Mrs. Olive Matthew 16, subject, "Whom do
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor, Sunday School teachers are dent for the past year, will for- Ware 14200 Pinkston Drive. you say I am-"
gospel preacher and successful urged to be on time to greet the mally install the officers directors ,
and Drop !in and say hello. Sunday, May 25 a tea will be
children their arrival.
pastor. upon elected at the annual We are happy to see Mrs. Edna given at the home of Sister Polly

Morning and evening services meeting on Friday evening, May Wesley back alter her period of MoCray, ?284 NW 48th Terr.,
THE INCARNATIONFr. were very touching. The musicaltea 23. Rev. Canfield will speak on illness. sponsored by choir No. 1. Come

E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar sponsored by the senior choir "Muscular Religion.. Worship with us the first and and drink tea with us. You are

Veronica O'Berry, reporter No. 2 was superb and also a suc- The Liberal Religious Youth third Sunday of each month. You welcome. _._
SUNDAY cess financially. President Wash- group will meet at the church are always welcome. -
Church School and Adult ington Brown wishes to thank the that evening at 6:30.: KELLY CHAPEL

Bible Class .................... 9:30 a.m many (Participants and patrons HOLY MOUNT ZION
Solemn Sung Mass and who helped to make the tea a TRIUMPH Thelma H. Devoe, reporter

Sermon ...*................... 11:00( a.m. success. CHURCH THE CHURCH OF REDEMPTIONElder Rev. Leroy Dell, pastor
The District superintendentheld Prince II. E E. Elliott, pastor
Episcopal YoungChurchmen Mobley, pastor
The W. S. C. S. will climax its
..............., 5:30 p.m. the second quarterly confer- Sister C. MCKinney, reprter "The Lord is my shepherd, I "Miss Kelly's Chapel" contest
Confirmation Instructionfor ence on May 18 and 19. shall not want"The
Children ................ 5:30: p.m. The chairman and coworkersare : "God's People Tested" was the Sunday School was openedat Sunday night at 7:30 p.m.
Solemn Evensong and getting well under way with subject/ of the lesson on Sunday the usual hour and the lesson Vieing for the honor of being

Sermon ........................ 7:30: p.m. the Women's Day program. Keep. past. Memory verse found Hebrews was interestingly discussed by the crowned will be Dorothy Mc-
TUESDAY reading your paper for the date 3:7-8.: Even as the Isra- teachers. Ghaney, Elizabeth Banks and

Acolyte Practice .................... 6 p.m of this big event We will be lites were tested all along their The pastor preached both Esther McNeil. Each contestant
WEDNESDAY bringing you the best In entertainment exodus, so are we tested all along morning and evening sermons. In has been working hard to win

Low Mass ...........*.......... 6:30: a.m our road of life. We reach the the aon. his text was St. John the crown. Friends, relatives and
Evensong, Meditation and Sunday is Youth Day. Let's all place in life where we must make 6.53: "To whom shall we go? the public are urged to support
Confirmation Instruction come out and enjoy a day with some momentous decision. Will Thou hast the word of eternallife. these young women in their ef-

for Adults .................... 8 p.m our youth. we go God's way, or shall we ." fort.
THURSDAY Thought for the week: "It Is wander in the 'wilderness? We Our financial drive was very This contest is another effort
St. Mary's ChoirRehearsal better to light a candle than to must decide. And what we decide successful. Brother Brown alone put on by the W. S. C. S. under

................ 5:30: p.m. curse the darkness." determines our future course. The reported $70. We are thankful to the leadership of Mrs. Dorothy
FRIDAY way may look hard. But let us him and may God bless him. He McGhaney who has been workIng -
St. Cecelia's Choir Guild TRINITY WESLEYANRev. remember that God has promisedus is the husband of Mother Sarah hard to make this contest a

Rehearsal ...............*... 8 p.m. victory.We Brown, founder of the Church of success. A special program has
Note: Masses on All Saint and George E. Johnson, pastor Redemiption. been planned for the evening.
Mrs. were to have Miss
Holy Days ............................ 6 a.m Phyllis Andrews, reporter Bonnie R. I can truly say Holy Mt. Zion The public Is Invited to wor-
Sunday School................... 9 a.m. Phillips and her room- the Church of Redemption, is
NEW MT. CALVARYRev. Morning worship .................... 11:00: mate to worship with us on Sun- where Christ is manifesting Himself ship with us in all our services.
Young People's Meeting 5 day morning.
p.m to us. You are welcome to

W. P. Tarpley, pastor GRACE 'The subject of the YPE Bandon come and sup with us. BETHANY S. D. A.
Edna E. Thompson, reporter Sunday ,past was "Healed
Through Virtue." MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Elder C. B. Rock, pastor
James Culmer, pastor Lesson found:
Sunday being Woman's Day Eddie Edwards Luke 84347.: Mrs. G. Evelyn Tynes, reporter
Sunday School was called to orderat clerk E. M. Thomas, pastor
the usual hour with Sister Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m. The evening service Oretha Holder, reporter Last Sabbath was Men's Day
Edna Thompson acting superin Morning worship .................. 11:00 ducted by Bro. J. Phillips.was The con- Giving honor to God the service and what a glorious day it was.
tendent. After the opening and Westminister Fellowship .... 6 p.m. testimony mEetingWas/ openedup at our church began with Spiritual blessings were poured
scripture the teachers took chargeof out in abundance as Elder Fred
by Mother Roberts. Many oth- the Sunday School, with Bro.
their classes. Each class had a NEW BETHEL BAPTIST er testimonies were told. The Mann superintendent in charge, W. Parker delivered an inpiring

large attendance. 1571 N.W. 68th Terr. service for the evening was very the school was of large atten- Men's Day message.

The lesson was wonderfully reviewed Rev. G. Jones, pastor high in the spirit. Our pastor delivered dance as usual. Elder Parker Informed the men
by Sisters Norma John Sunday School........... 9:45: a.m. the sermon for the evenIng At 11 a.m. devotional servicewas that they are made in the like-
son and J. J, Sherfield. Sunday Morning worship .................. 11:00: subject: Why Will Ye Die, conducted by the deacons. ness of God, with much glory and
School was closed by Sister Evening worship .................... 7:30: O House of Israel? Sermon found Music was :furnished by the No. honor bestowed upon them, and
Campbell. In Ezekiel 33:11: I Corinthians 2 choir, who sang like never be they must live in harmony with
ST. JAMES BAPTIST 15:51: ; 15:54: and Hebrews 214.: fore, so touching and soul stir God's program in order that they
!Morning devotional service was I The sermon was most Inspiringand ring. The church was filled to its may maintain this honor and
conducted by Sisters Stamipson 323 N.W. 14th St. many souls were made glad. capacity. The morning messagewas ; glory.
end Lucas. Welcome address by Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor The Lord was really speaking delivered by Rev. Chalk
Sister Carrie Smith Sunday Services through our pastor. found in the Book of Numbers Sunday afternoon May 8 the
guest speakers
Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m. : men presented a musical extra-
of the 13:3. One member taken
morning were Mrs. Morning Worship ........ 11:00:( a.m. Saturday night May 24 the : was I vaganga which
Thompson into the church under completed ttip
and Christian
Mrs. Ryles. Bothof BTU .............................. 5:30: p.m. Spiritual Harmonizers and the Men's Day
them spoke from this subject Evening Worship ............ 7:30: p.m Related Five will render a program experience.Our We wish festivities.
"A Real Woman. The audience Visitors always welcome I at the Church and all Is rally closed on the last to thank all the mem-
had their treat from the subject welcome to come. Tuesday night in April. It was indeed bers and friends who played apart
that was explained clearly. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST a successful one. The in making this program a

ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. money daised will be used to rebuild success.
Evening prayer service iwaa Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor our church. This drive was led by Bro. Ar-
conducted by Sisters E. Melton Claudia Wilson, reporter 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Beginning promptly at 7 p.m. nold R. Tynes, with the assistance -
and O. Dorld welcome address Phone FR 9.1424 the devotional service, conductedby of Bro. Henry Larrimora In
Mrs. Vera !McClendonJ guest We were blessed to have an the deacons. Few were In the interest of Bethany Junior
t speakers, Mrs. J. E. Coleman and other wonderful time in the Lord MAssrs number but Academy.
i F. L. Johnson. We, the membersof Jesus Sunday beginning with the Dally ................................... 8 ajn. I state as the scriptures
New Sunday ............ 7 I :
Mt. Calvary, want to Sunday School. Then our missionary a.m. & 8:30: ajn. "Where there Is a few gathered
thank each and everyone that Rev. A. J. King deliver together In my name there shall REGISTER
worshipped with us on our second ed the morning message, text METROPOLITAN A. M. E I be also." Rev. J. H. Stephens

Woman's Day program and helped Isaiah 32-2, theme: Jesus my RockThe Rev. H. M. Salmon pastor delivered the message.On .
I us out spiritually and finan evening message was delivered next Sunday at 3 pin. the TODAY
cially. /by a visiting minister, Rev. The second quarterly conference

!Mrs. W. P. C. A. Lane, text Act of the I will begin Friday night at
Tarpley chairman
Mrs. C. Johnson was Apostles 9th chapter. Theme: I 8 p.m.With/ Presiding Elder F. A. SPECIAL DISCOUNT SALE
cochairman Why, Who, What. Both messages Allen In charge. The quarterly
and Mrs. F. L. Johnson, were delivered with much power. report of all boards and auxiliar SOUTHERN CHOIR
program committee
The No. two choir rendered ies will be made to the (Presiding GOWNS COMPANY
I "I morning music. The No. one choir elder at this time.
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe rendered the evening music. The 216 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami

Miami Baha'l Community No. four usher /board was In Sunday School will begin at FR 4-2737 FR 1-8011
charge of the day's services. 9:30: with the superintendent, Mrs
I will gather at the Baha'l Center, Cilia Day In Room 212
137 NW 11th ave., Thurday, May Prayer meeting for the revival charge..
Morning will
29:at 3 a.m. to commemorate the meeting will begin May 26 thru 11 o'clock. Music worship will be begin rendered at Custom made choir gowns
anniversary of the Ascension of May 30. Time 7:30: p.m. The
Baha'u'llah. Founder of the preaching services will begin be by delivered choir 1 Rev.The sermon Allen. will Highest Quality! !
June 2
Faith through June 13. Time
The Baha'is celebrated the 114th 7:30.: The preaching services will More spiritual enrichment is in Lowest Prices!I

anniversary of the Declaration of be conducted by Rev. J. E. Mc- store for us at the evening( worship From $10.95
the Bab (Gate), forerunner of Cray of Ocala. You are cordially !( that will begin at 7 o'clock.
Baha'u'fah on Thursday, May 22 Invited to attend this city wide Another uplifting sermon will be New Style Old Styles

at i"the center. warm revival welcome where awaiting you will you find at a delivered by Rev. Allen. Choice of Finest Fabrics

:St. Matthew AME Zion all times. During the evening worship, the Caps Collars StolesAll
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor board rally will terminate. We
!: 1628 N.W. 5th'' Ave.- Claudia Wilson, reporter are anxious to make this ra'ly Color and Combination

;rBev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor successful. All members are urged Larry Dlckett will call on you at no

Sunday School.............. 9:45: am. to work with their captains, obligationYli.n
Morning Worship ........... 11 a.m. Drive Carefully! and help us put over the pro-

Evening worship .......... 7:30: p.m. gram.

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6 Summer, Workshops at B-C C

The 1958 Summer Session at

Bethune-Cookman, which begins

JWk offer June six 16th different and ends workshops August 8,, will according -I THE MIAMI TIMES 'The Peoples Newspaper

to an announcement from I
t the office of Dr. John Sylvester SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1958 PAGE Id

Smith, dean of the college and

director The of the summer session. ................-.....................---....___........J...._
workshops and their begin-
ning dates are: SPeech-drama

rILV1i. Audio-Visual Aid, Education Library MUSICANNOUNCING
Services and Resource-Use
rv S Education, June 16-August 8:
Principal Supervisor, June 9-13, THE OPENING OFSEYMOUR'S
; ; School Lunch
Management June
15-27; PTA, July 6-9. MUSIC STUDIOAt
r_ _ f The Summer School will also
provide courses In liberal arts 1366 N.W. 5th Ave. (second floor)

and in teacher-training with offerings VOICE
A1i1'Jackie i degree. leading Members to cxf the the AB regular or BS Our Teachers are Fully ExperiencedFor

L cOllege visiting professors faculty and will outstanding direct the Appointment Phone FR 1.9533 J19

Instructional program. It will also M..N..NNN.NN..NNNN.N.NN.NNNMM.NNN.NNNMNM.NMN.NINN.MNMwNrAUTO
-- ---- ----- provide
cultural opportunities as
Bell (left to right) por- aikln to those in Little Rock Ark. follows: Drama, dancing, concerts,' Th
trays the role of frustrated white until It frightened the audience In swimming, features, movies, library LIABILITY INSURANCE
school teacher, Elizabeth Maddox Washington and a local theatre facilities, exhibits and
depicts the role of a colored stu- was too afraid to have it on their tours. Athletics: Tennis, softball ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000)) To conform with
dent who is about to enter a stage here In MIamI. The power- baseball and volley ball. Florida LawIf
segregated southern school as ful play had to be carried to the
The calendar for the you have a driver's license, we can Insure you
Vera Williams acts as another bewildered Dixie Park auditorium on NW
summer session Is: June 16 AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR
white school teacher In 13th st. (between 3rd and 4th ave. istration
Robert Earl Sawyer's controversial I where It will open Friday even- and late; registration June 17, classes begin PAY AS YOU RIDE, with little down and 8 months to pay

play, "Thunder In The Ing, June 13, Saturday, June 14, 21, Last day for begins; June
Morning." The three-act drama 8:15: and a Sunday matinee June change of registration and SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
program; July 4-5, Independence
made national news this year 15 at 3 p.m. Tickets on sale down -
when it was banned from a town office of the Miami Timesor ust Day Holidays, Aug-
scheduled television rformance Commencement Open Dally and Saturdays to 6 p.m.

in Washington, DJC. Thunder call PL 7-5869 for reservationor For further Information write 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9.5284
director of
in The Morning" so 'realistically ticket delivery. Admission Is John summer session, Dr.
projects the riot scenes that are 100. istrar Sylvester Smith, dean-reg-
BethuneCookman College,
Daytona Beach, Fla.

I Clarence Mitchell Speaksat I Directs Clinic Coaching OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE



." a as 3 tp

Clarence :Mitchell, director of t !rr

the Washington Bureau of the t
NAACP will speak at a dinner of the bureau, handling the
meeting in Miami on Saturday NAACP program in the Legis- kv r
night, June 7 at 7.30: ( pjn. in the lature and executive branches of .. w y I "

Flamingo Restaurant, 276 NW the Federal Government.Mr. .

6th at.Mr. .
Mitchell has served on
Mitchell is a graduate of three national committees on
Lincoln University, and has doneadditional housing; served as a member of
graduate work at the the President's Committee to
Atlanta School of Social Work Employ the Physically Handicapped -
and the University of Minnesota. under the Truman and o
In 1937, he became executive! Eisenhower Administrations. At
secretary of the Urban League 1 in present, a major example of the
St. Paul, Minnesota. While there Washington Bureau's work is the r.
he ended a long standing ban civil rights legislation passed Let my years of Experience guide and protect you through Life
against employment of colored during the First Session of the a. a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
school teachers and municipal 85th Congress.
hospital nurses, corrected Jim WHEN OTHERS PAIL YOU 8EI MI
Crow promotion policies In the Mr. Mitchell is a very inform Coach AS. Gaither, head foot For Success in Business And Love
fire department and spearheadedthe ed and dynamic speaker, and has ball coach and director of ath-
enactment in the Minnesota had many years of experience in letics, Florida A&M University, CONSULT HER -

State Legislature of the law pro- handling legislative matters and has come up with another top You can now have your home made happy
hibiting racial discrimination in problems arising in the executive faculty for his annual coaching Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
branch of the government. Tickets clinic. The 14th annual clinic
the sale of auto and truck insur- 0 Don't Stay in the rut
get out now
may be obtained by callingthe which is to be held June 9-13
ance. office of Father Theodore R will be headed by Coach Woody 0 By the help of God she can help you
In 1942 he Went to
Gibson, III 35349, or Mrs. Ruth Hayes of the Ohio State University -
become assistant director of Perry at JE 8-4077 after 7 at Buckeyes, 1958 Rose Bowl Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or In
Negro Manpower Service in the night champions. troubleIt
U. S. War Manpower Commis
sion. In 1946 he was appointed will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First

National Labor Secretary of the I Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
NAACP and assigned to th6
DOUGLAS ROAD CLINIC be touched this
Washington Bureau. In 1950( he by strange mysterious pow.rWHY

was promoted to the directorship GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
3197 Douglas Road, Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla.
same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel

Specializing In Maternity Gates and Diseases of Women Offer of old Is still alive today and will open a way for you throughthe

cornsBAREFOOT t Ing the Highest Standard of Service In the Pre-Natal care troubled seas of life. Let not him that la blind ,lead you or
[ you stumble' with him.
(long months before the delivery); The Delivery; Post-Partum

; r care (care ofter delivery), and equipped with modern facilities Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see
: Cm kCOSTIY them?
to treat all of the expectant mothers' needs.
r What do you think of the Invisible, waves and sounds that make

( Office Hours: 12 noon to 9 p.m. Dally except Sunday Wlreleee' Telephone, Radio and Television poselblef'

KttpchMah A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark
24 Hour Phone Service Dr. James T. Ross
ells.n earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"
.lei edM Phone: Hllajid 8-2310 Director
Therefore acquaint >1''''''
re yourself
e6... ..
..... .... with the on" who is an 'I' > Jar'

.... .. 1' authority. Whose private !
...., 1 ei1w consultation will evolve you '
.... to a higher state of mind. s ''
same .....
........... / '- All Information is
..... J. ,
.. I _
b-Ij' ....... ,.,1.= DRUG STORECOR. Strictly Confidential y''

Office Hours: 9 I jn -8 p.m.
N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. Sunday: 10 am. to 1 p.m.Don't .

I Johnson and Sons 'k

Shoe Shop
Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery
6570 N.W. 15th Are.REPAIKING .

W. lol.-Whlle You
lave your
Walt Phone Plaza 8-4703 Phone Plaza 84704C.
1657 N.W. 73rd St MiamiI
trine Shoe Repairing M. JOLLIVETTE SR-, Prop

Shoe Shined and Dyed L ...., '" '2B...., , ... , .... ........,.
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-. THE MIAMI/ TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper Phyllis Wheatley grade teacher and councellor of Get your tickets now
girls at the Phyllis Wheatley Elementary .
f: j. PAGE' 16 SATURDAY, MAY 24, ((1958at I Teacher Honored School has been notified I forth.Omega .
(by the Board of Trustees of '
A I ....._._____..._....._..__ .._..... _._ _.... ..._._. __._ Florida' Normal and Industrial Boat Ride.;'.
Memorial College of her selec-
r J tion to receive the Sarah A. Friday, June 13
: Blocker award for meritoriousand
:" Vt. outstanding service. The
< award is to be presented at the
t., I commencement services at the
college on May 19.
r- '
Mrs Thomas is the wife of the I
\ \' W Rev. S. A. Thomas, !Pastor of Mt.
\\1 4 Sinai :Baptist Church of Miami .
a5 and has teen a teacher in the er.
'" \I II schools) of Dade County for 20
I ) years. She received her bachelorof
arts degree from Florida A&M
i it College and will very soon com- .. 1
yr # "' plete a course in "The Bible"
rti' Yt from Moody Bible Institute in
4: Chicago.

4 ,,4

." Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whlikey 6 Yri.Old
TODAY 86Proof AnclentAltDI.t.Co.Fr.nkfDrtK.
.. Mrs. Lee Etta Thomas, a fifth
wd -
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t.!:. :

--...1 ..... -- ,.an-, --- -." Fair Realty is EasY Buy From .

Because constructive progress of the world dependson "
citizens who contribute all they have to society, such .
u 1 aI new n + rrp.wn n ual
persons are considered as being of real worth. Because y
Mrs. Newton has done more than her share by dedicatingher P PF
whole career to the welfare of the student, she, too, is ,? t st1;
a person of real worth. The graduating class of 1958 has { ;

not: failed ,to recognize this i fact,..Therefore,, to serveasaa:
.token of their appreciation for her worthwhile., ef{ ,
-..s the seniors have 'her'a' plaqutLon wMch iitns ijb f OIwU,V 6s . ,.

;; ed: "To; ,Mrs. D. R.' Newton: .for, her,,helpful' ;:e iaal W ..- --;;,.
from the Class of '58." Jeff'Nesbift, president or tile

senior class made the presentation. r .

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JUST BROWSIN Ushers Union in J

By PAUL R. HENRY Monthly ,Program
All officers and members of
There was a five-hour riot last the Junior and Senior Ushers I
Sunday at the University of Florida Union Association, are urged to
in Gainesville fDwenty-five be present at our monthly pro- t
men weer arrested. Tear gas had gram on Sunday afternoon, May ? :
to ,be used to disperse the 1,000 25 at 3 o'clock sharp. The pro- '
t fioters. The riot came as the result gram will be held between Mt. !
ly of a demand for beer aftera Calvary Baptist Church's Junior }

1 to crackdown minors. of the sale of beer Usher Missionary Board Baptist and Church's Mt. Olivette Sen- .-r..rrw,.,.. .m..,.. .... ++ -,-. w.v atlrWw pYuw.Aw.wwWw.

Three of the 25 arrested pleaded > ior Usher Board.
guilty and were fined $150 The program will be sponsoredat. WHY PAY RENT ?

t .. .each. .. >. .r ,-. ..,- _ Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, 'J' -, r ,- '
t .. I ;.. . .,ft.. r..1S en.;!. "
1 "::. .!Effective-"August* 11ou 'batt '16th. "streets;. Thanking ryift': Ut :: : ::BRAND BEDROOM
forget about, putting three cent advance: for: your cooperation.- NEW CBS HOMES
stamps on your letters,,. you' will Deacon TDflvid' Hudson, 'pres" '.
put four cents. The rates are being Rev. I. C. Mickins, pastor ONLY
t raised on all class of mail. Mrs. Tommie Ellison, reporter NO CLOSING COSTS
You see, the postal employeeswill
!get a raise In pay and these You are WelcomeCome ALL MODERN BUILT $ JUST FINISHED
extra pennies will bring in the DOWN
$265,000,000 needed for that pur- to the Pig Shack, 7008 MOVE RIGHT IN
l pose. NW 18th ave. Come in and get BUY NOW! I PAYMENT
acquainted.I .
The First Unitarian Church has will take care of your baby See 1S45 1553 N.E. 151 t Terrace. Open for your inspection this Sun-
adopted a :resolution urging the by the day or hour from Mondayto day to 6 p.m. Mr. George to show-Close to Burdine's, Richard's and
I Dade County School Board to Friday. Call NE 33127. Food Flair shopping center. Paved streets, city water. Only $11,995
map a plan for integrating the M31 I total price.
1 schools. The plan would lead the
community in some of the necessary ASTHMATICS! $795 DOWN BUY NOW!
J planning to establish a fav- Want simple, ,effective relief I I $495 DOWN-BUY NOW 3 bedroom frame house on N. W.
orable climate of public opinion. from choking, /racking 'bron. For this lovely completely furnished .
Give the Unitarians credit for 58th Terr. E. of NW 17th Ave. fj
chlal arfthma ? Q tgert\ | home. Corner clean ideal for
this step. spasm Very clean, good buy, city water.
ulne Breath easy pea Iwhatyou've ( I, couple or widow. $16.50 per week Only 1 mortgage payment of $75

Experienced ({Gardner substitute been missing for! original There'sno I pays all. City water, paved streets per month. No closing costs. Largelot.

iWants light yard work or Jobas Breath easy Inhalant and nebu. and sidewalks.. Very close to buses Close 'to buses and shopping.
caretaker. Has years of experience living .et. Get (comfort Write G. E. Hepburn, bdeathlngl! (Guaranteed.. $795 DOWN BUY WOW!
10400 SW 183rd St., Perrine, or J & J DRUG DEPT. /STORE 2 bedroom frame and CBS home. R>
call CB 5-5309. 1410 N.W. 62nd St., Miami, ,Fla. $595 DOWN -- BUY NOW! Separate living room, dining room,

See 1384 N.W. 59th St. and buy kitchen, front all jalousied,' sleep

I fast. Completely furnished, large, ing porch, on 50 x 130 deep lot.
iI nicely landscaped lot. City water, City water, near to NW: 79th St.
TV SICK ? no shopping.closing 2 costs bedroom., near to buses land Priced right.EDISON .

Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m Only $17.50 Per Week- Pays All
ONLY $995 DOWN-BUY NOW! Total price only $9,000. City water.
SAME DAY SERVICE 3 bedroom, new CBS homes in Close to schools, buses and Edison

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Liberty City. Modern built. Just Center Shopping. A real low price
completed. Close to buses, no closing I for this clean 2 bedroom home in

Picture Tube Special costs. Beauties. Hurry I IIjJIJI :! lovely landscaped area. Hurry!

17.inch-$22.9S 21-inch-$29.95 $995 DOWN BUY NOWI!
New 3 bedroom CBS home in : Live rent free. Live in one and rent
Brown Sub. Beautiful, separate the other side to play all expenses.
dining rooms, large deep lots. Very I We have several beauties priced
LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN nice area. Reasonably priced, po low. CBS, city water, close 'to buses

Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 Jj closing costs. Move right in! and 15 Also NOWII 3!units 4 unit,

RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it in for quick service


Vets Radio & TV Co. I h"2
are open every day 9.9 p.m.-Including Sunday

I 201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL '1.1645I
939 N.W. 3rd Ave. I .

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