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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 31, 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: VID00600
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Commencement exercises for
Greater Miami' four high schools
FIRST NEGROGRADUATES will be held next week when

8-Year-Old "WyattEarp" 668 graduates. 'will reqeive diplomas -

y FROM CENTRAL ""Northwestern Senior High has
j the largest number of graduateswith
Shot by Pal HIGH SCHOOLLITTLE 320, followed by Booker T.

ROCK, Ark Tues Washington with 303. Carver has-
day Ernest Green, 18, received a 80 and Mays in Goulds, 65. ,
r I An 8-year-old "boy was In critical wounded at the home of Mr. and I Central High School diploma and Washington's exercises will beheld
condition today at Jackson Mrs. Jessie McGuire, 10451( SW the congratulations of Principal Thursday morning in the
Memorial Hospital after 'being 184th St. after school Wednes I Jess Matthews at commence I Dade County Auditorium, with
wounded In the chest with a .45 ment exercises policed !by 100 Mays the same night in the
caliber pistol fired Iby. play day.Two other boys, 8 and 10 years detectives and patrolmen and 120 school Auditorium. Northwesternand
old told National Guardsmen. Green became I Carver are scheduled for
mate. police they found the I -
(Raymond Ferguson, son of Mr. gun In a closet and were playing I Icowtboys. the first Negro to be graduated Friday .in their respective audl-
and Mrs. Arlington Ferguson, Each accused the other, from the integrated echo,. "
10240 Division St, Perrine, was of the shooting.Supreme. The graduation brought
I close a year of riots,, RAY
t threats and surveillance -
eralized National G r nand CAto FFORD

Mrs. Thelma L. Greene' teacher GOP Nominates PowellTO for a time, tough ra oap- ( FI T
of 'mathematics at forth- ers. Green's graduationUiva relatively e-VEW
quiet.Washington. Y Just when
Western Senior High School, has ey rybody Jit':looking forward to
again been awarded a scholar RUN AGAINST \ U1b'R Drs/n-a3asUeo rumor
ship by the National Science matbh, S
Foundation for summer study at EARL BROWNNEW Court Rules for fight, agaftn/lhli year.." '
"I can't afford to, says themiddleweight
Fordham University, New York.
champion h e"way
YORK Rep Adam -
(Last year Mrs. Greene madean Clayton Powell Jr (D. !NY), New Orleans Negroesstairway the tax situation is It ''would 1
even cost me money"in
excellent record at Miami Thursday gained the Republican
nomination for rd-electlon as
University Oxford Ohio. The Supreme
congressman from \"Harlem. (His I I
Court handed down two
The scholarship exceeds $1,000 own ('Democratic Party had refused Democrat against Tammeny decisions racial New Orleans, and was appealed
important on
his renomination. Hall's choice as his successor, by Major Delessepi 8.
Including tuition fees, travel Harlem district leaders over Councilman Earl Brown, also a segregation in favor of Negroes Morrison and other 'New Or-
expenses, dependency allotmentand rode opposition from [ManhattanGOP Negro. of New Orleans, La. leans officials.
In two major actions, the high
2. Denied the Orleans
a cash stipend Chairman Thomas J. Cur- Parish
ran to vote 8-1 in favor of 'Tammany dumped Powell because court: La., School Board..*,' review of a. 1
Oharles J. Lewis, director of the Powell's nomination Curran said he backed the Republican 1. {Refused to review a lower renewed attack 'wt an order requiring -
Fordham Institute, in announcing the ,county committee of Powell's Eisenhower administration In the court decision declaring unconstitutional the board to arrange
the,award, said: "I offer you 16th Congressional District would 1956 election. Powell gave the a (Louisiana law requiring with all deliberate speed to admit -
my congratulations for the trib- ratify the selection within a weak civil rights approach of the segregated seating In pupils to schools) on a racially -
ute which the committee has paidto week. Democrats as his reason for I buses and streetcars for White non. discriminatory !basis.
you for your Industry and Powell has said he will run In I crossing 'party lines two years and (Negroes. This decision was The U. S. District.Court in New
competence as a teacher of the primary as an Independent ago. given by the U S. Circuit Court Orleans Issued the order

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The spotlight focused on 29 munity activities, which are im- the debutantes were boe and Mj orchestra.The Gloria Gibson, Barbara Baptist.
charming young ladies, as ,they portant attributes of debutantes met 'by their fathers, who In tars sorority takes great plea Second row Patricia (Bethel, "
made their formal bow at the annual How impressive it was, to observe presented them to their escorts, sure In the presentation of this Janice Waters, Shirley Taylor, .
Debutante Cotillion of Beta the presentation, as each who awaited them mid-way of affair, because It Is an effort to Osie Collier, Marcia Johnson,
Zeta Sigma Chapter of Delta Sigma young lady made her entrance the ballroom.At stimulate a social and cultural Beverly Nixon,. Anna Jean Haw .:
;, Theta Sorority, which was I through a door, which was thape the termination of the pre standing for young girls. kins.
held In Bayfront Park Municipal in the form of a beautiful red sentation, the debutantes and &ror Lugusta Colston, president Third '
row: Jacqueline Cooper
called their escorts waltzed the specially of the local chapter, along ,
Audiorlum Thursday night :May i rose. As their names were Mae Francis Jones Johnson ,
I they made their curtsies, and choreographed 'Cotillion with the members, wish to express -
22.The lovely: young high school happiness shone in their eyes, as Dance," which was followed bya I. their deepest gratitude to Mercelle Wake. Jofcnme IU ..-: ,
seniors were carefully selected they. alighted from, the stairwayIn ,dance of the debutantes and everyone' who' assisted! in: help- Redding, Barbara. Sargent,,.Betty-:- < or'
from Booker> T. Washington, their snowy-white floor their fathers It was quite obvioua ing the affair to be a.fucc. *.. Kelly, Laverne Most, Eltzgbet."..2. : ',.;!
,Carver, Mays and Norttrwvstern length gowns, while two honor that ' guests, as WIll u ,the J'tnt'row: Phyllis Peterson, Solomon, Rosetta JJuah ': : y'
high schools ,on the basis of guards .assisted them as they took debutantes, and their escorts; had Betty fcQua7, Elizabeth Mad '=*' : \
their outstanding scholarship i each' caution' step to' the ball a rno.CenJoyabte.even1nt. as they dox, Joyce Cohen, June Williams,1 1 Davis, Patricia Sconlers,
citizenship, personality and coma room floor. At the bottom of the danced to the music of ROM Gil- Master Phillips, Beatrice Wells, FrailerJocnson photo.

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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

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MAMI ...: But It'. My Town Dress Ball. k , :
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schoolfarms Willie Hue Jamison brother, Frank Newman, did not Ie.
and Estelle Waller are back froma arrive home in time for his 1i

NAL fight to Prairie View mother, Mrs. Irene Newman's : :
Texas, where they witnessed the funeral held last Monday, but
graduation of Mrs. Jamison's Frank belated arrival from 1 :
daughter, Jerona, who receivedthe II Berkley, Cal., kept him here foi
bachelor of arts degree on a week, returning to the Coast _
May 18 from Prairie View A&M on Sunday. }
College. ". . .,I
i. SAM B. SOLOMON, rental
PIANIST Sammy Williams director at Bonded Collection The Zeta Phi Beta's annual Cinderella school girls and boys were invited, and

trombonist Frank Wallace and,Agency, gets a below-the-foorder Search was a grand success again this everyone had a wonderful time.

host Neal Hamilton, all former vacation this summer beginning year. The winners are : first prize, Doris Har-

Rockland Palace employees, sIt-I June 14. He'll board a KLM clip The winners were honored with a rell ; second, Juanita Johnson; third,

ting and sipping last weekend In .per for Kingston, Jamaica and "Cinderella Ball/' which was held at J cwel Johnson, and fourth, Sandra John-
Opa Locka while enjoying the Port au Prince, Haiti for a week,
Phyllis Wheatley School. Many high
atmosphere of Williams' new 'returning to his desk June 22. I son.
canal-front home. This is Solomon's Initial trip
"down under," but a splendid
chance for him and Rev. Edw. T. .
ent to Sgt. Fred DeVoe of the I Graham to swap anecdotes since WITH MOST IMPORTANT PEOPLE..IT'SYou'll
the Baptist minister plans a \
U.s. Air Force, Bernyce Williams -'
the cosmetologist, decided I similar venture.
to become his bride on Sunday,
June 15. I. MILDRED ALLEN, owner
I and funeral director of Allen's
0 MINISTERIAL Alliance Funeral Home, enters Mt. Sinai \\tIS

is working furiously with City Hospital on Miami Beach Mon- l
lI li1y11
Manager O. W. (Hump) Camp- day for a five-day confinement. Ili 1 ;

bell, to get qualified Negroes
placed in 0 GET YOUR DREAM GAL
positions with Metro's c
18 choice Jobs which will be and get ready for the dream boat
cruise when the 3rd annual 1
available in too
short a time. The
Dade County Young Democratsorg Omega Boat Ride takes you upend 1 i u l ,fl w ''yt111Ngr
has the down beautiful Biscayne
same Item on its
agenda for a discussion on June Bay come Friday night, June 13.
2. Music, Males and Misses all
thrown together for four solid

CECILIO A, WARNER, for. hours, can you osflc for anythingmore

mer newsman on the Panama
Journal 0 INVITATIONS are out( ''and _
now owner of a travel
the mad rush is for the BTW
in that
agency region, was a Miami O DQNw
high school annual Reunion Bal
for a week. Back
from dance ducats.. (Requests' for the ..
Chicago, where he accompanied
his coveted 'admission tag' are com
daughter and
family, the Panamanian rested ing in all the way from young- appreciate the extra full-bodied flavor and '
sters in Monroe County. Yes,
here among local environs. O1N 08DA
smoothness of Gordon SO i
Key West will send its delegation extra velvety

0 RETIRED POLICE SOT. and Lauderdale is represented. Seems Ar .,.
Attendance Officer Solomon B the affair will have a tri-county thanks to superb liqueur quality. MNAY! wIMMrrw
Armlbrister of the Nassau Constabulary flavor. Could be!
arrived from Nassau : rr

last weekend enroute to Rich- 0 SHEPARD HUDSON, former GORDOHS:
mond, Va., to witness the graduation instructor in the Benny O' erry 7krs no G''ut liNe

of his granddaughter, Emily, entourage, has ventured out into
from St. Francis DeSales high business for himself. He now
school. Miss Annbrlster is the conducts the Hudson's Auto AVAILABLE IN 4/5 QUART
daughter of Leo Armlbrlster, EAL Driving School on NW 17th Ave.

veteran employee. The Catholic _. vu ftOOP 100$ NEUTRAL ttXITS WJTIUID FROM GRAM CORDON'S DRY GIN CO, LTD LINDEN, K. J.
commencement will be held June FRANK JOHNSON, Times
3. photoman, has been ill in Jack .
son Memorial Hospital. A com-

0 PRINCESS CARLOTTA, mOM mercial photographer, Johnson is Spring Dance Held
talented of the female imperson- owner of a studio bearing his

ators, Is a beauty salon operatorin name. Greater Miami Lodge of Elks, LAST CHANCE TO SEE AND HEARfaith"
Fort Lauderdale. A former
night club performer along the 0 A. L. BIVIN, veteran Miami 1113, and its guest Dance had a very
at the
enjoyable Spring
circuit, the Princess plans open- business man, is winding up beautiful Fiesta Ballroom of the Gene AllisonPLUS
ing a beauty emporium in Miami. three weeks of confinement et Mary Elizabeth Hotel on May 16. "Have
Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Blvins
A fair sized crowd present to
was (
Is holding down his Liberty
0 REV. ERNEST HUTCHE8ON City enjoy the event.
combination store until his recovery -
JR., identified locally with
Among the included
guests present -
Temple Baptist Church, delivered and release. Ellen Taylor, Dt. Ruler; Christine Kittrell, Earl Gaines and

the Sunday morning messageat Olivia Rodgers, assistant Dt. Ruler -
St. Luke Baptist in Fort ; Past Vice Daughter Ruler Jimmy ;Beck and His Band
auderdaJe. His subject was "Liv J. B. SMITH Sanders and Past Secretary
ing and Dying for Christ." Rev. Amelia Shavers all officers of 1
.. FRI. SAT. SUN. MAY 30 31 JUNE
Reginald G. Hall is the pastor of ELECTRICSERVICE Greater Miami Lodge. ,

St. Luke. Raleigh Johnson, director of
V education of the 4th district of SUNDAY MATINEE 5:30 p.m.-2 a.m.

MRS. VICTORIA WARD Florida, Claude Rolle, exalted
mother of many but best Identi- Electrical Contractor ruler of Liberty Lodge, Z eke .
fied as mater of Shaddie Ward Brady of Greater! Miami Lodge
left town last Friday for Raleigh, HOUSEWIRING"Don't and Exalted Ruler Rivers of 'BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 2

NJC., where the will reside for cuss Call u." Greater Miami, were the mal e
three weeks as houseguest of her officers in attendance
daughter, Marguerite Davis. PHONE NE 5-3058 THE PASTELS

Night or Day
TART School family and the Drive Carefully! I i "BEEN SO LONG"
town's citizenry of Homestead

proclaimed Thursday (May 22) PLUS -
as "Elizabeth Melton Day." Mrs.

Melton, mother of Mrs. Thelma Lee Allen and His Band
North of Bethune Elementary, STAR MEAT MARKET

was awarded the honor becauseof SWEETHEART NIGHT EVERY MONDAY
her church and community
Showtime 9i30 12tOO_
service over the :years
1520 N.W. 62nd .Street

a social org celebrates May 30 ;
with a Cotton Dress Ball in the S
Harlem Square Club ballroom THE MARKET WITH One of the more enthusiastic THE PALMS
members of the group Is Mrs. .
Virginia Thunton, who declaresthe
proposed affair will be a

diny. If Mrs. Thurston's d beckoning many. Fresh Meat Low Prices HALLANDALETlE

respond to her I'm

sure the guests are to havea
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Entered .1 Second Clais Matter, August 9, 1927,at the Poet Office. ,It
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.. Member... of the Associated.Negro Press
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A. Joseph Reddick, pastorof
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: St. James AME Church, will
'ow: ; ;t, ______. deliver the sermonto
the (graduating class of Booker -
f ft .."CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" T. Washington /High School

THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can beet lead the world on June 1. His subject 'will be
from meld and national antaglonisms when It accords to every man "Memories, Priceless Heritage."

regardless of race, color or creed, his "human and legal' rights. Hatingno ". >_, _'_H" a"'''''''''__'_........ -----.--.

man,.fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man DILLARD STUDENT LEADERS Earl A. White Jr.,
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. USE OUR CLASSIFIED
and Alice Marie Wilson, both of Miami, were elected last
.1 .. week president and secretary, respectively of the Dillard COLUMNS FOR RESULTS!

'* YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK University, New Orleans, student body for the next academic -

I year. White, a junior majoring !in social science,

FELLOWSHIP (FOR EVERY RACE was graduated by Dorsey High School. Miss Wilson, a

junior sociology major, is a product of George Washington Colgate guarantors
The Southern Baptists action this week in voting to Carver High.

accet Pbtt calling for strengthened fellowship with

people of every race is commendable.The Kan-Kil kills

Rev. Montague Cook .of Moultrie, Ga., felt that

the words: used in the report, "fellowship" and integra.

tion arje'ijfaoaymous.. He called ; Mr.,, Daniel Webster A bugs in houseor

(dictionary)ltto his aid, sayingjthe report would be em-

plazonldjn the nation's press asvthe opinion of Southern
Baptists, butthe convention has no right to speak for lo ,..;:.11 garden

cal churches,
IKE AGAINST TAX CUT I thp program.T .
j is Rtrl' The chairman of the Christian Life Commission which
that the
Despite the fact cur- BTW faculty no bug, Is f
and a member of:
drew up the 'report said: rent recession is being felt by '
the class rf 28, will offer
remarks -
1 more and more people everyday, unot0Kan
"We are endeavoring to follow the Bible rather than dspite the fact that unemploy- on the program.Personal .

I the dictionary or press reports." ment is at an all-time high for Kii ; ,
this; season of the year, when the MentionJohn
t The White Citizens Council was on the job. Literature true figures are honestly faced, Richards of Miami was sprayed

bearing1'? Councils' imprint and accusing the convention and despite the fact that most one of the 83 students who were Per HtH In tan
I of fostering 'race mixing trends" was distributedat know of the have experts in position to awarded letters May 15 during w fordM toy- 1Gq
the the Varsity Day Program on the KAN-KIL
a reduction in taxes as the
Hampton Institute iuo nun rot
campus sponsored 09cHARLEM
best means of alleviating the
<< by Faoulty Athletics
present economic condition,
blue and whit
GOVERNOR COLLINS FOR YIP I' President Eisenhower on Mondaycame letters
r"\* were given for active ar-
out flatly against tax
; any ticipation in team athletics
', Go ernor LeRoy Collins who continues ,to gain popularity cut now. the past year. 'DRUGS'
, But that's not all In additionto
lias been mentioned as a possible nominee for the opposing any reduction in

office oil V ice President of the United States. taxes, the President asked Con- 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave. .
gress to extend the present corporation -
Speaking on television Sunday night the governor and excise tax rates, Call TAYLORFR
said he pvas not peeking the office.but it would' 'not be i which are scheduled to drop on 'Phone ''FR '3-7631

intellectually honest for him to turn'it: down.;'So Florida July 1 of this year 9-1703

might hqye the honor of having its governor as. the Democratic In other words the Presidenthas :::,:: :

I ncjmijjejB:for Vice President,. :: taken the stand that no matter -
; how much the taxpayers are
Governor Collins was elected as chairman' of the suffering, there'll,be no tax cut cf I FORTUNE TELLER 'BROUGHT :SUCCESS i
National /Board of Governors, recently convening at Bal any kind at the present time.

Harbor.On. In this newest stand on the .
matter Qf... tax.cut, the Presidentis
integration question .Gav Collins said: obviously bowing to the pressure
of J,the "big ,bon The bIg e ''i xr '' {tfas
"Segregation is morally wrong and the ,Supreme boys arc fearful of ;-a lak \cul at >
Court's decision on ,the controversial issue must be followed this or. any other. time, chiefly
by Florida and the rest of the nation. because all indications'point to
the fact that if a tax cut is authorized -

"But integration in itself is not a worthy goal l in the by Congress, it will haveto

movement to solve racial problems-{it's only one aspect""Florida small'be one man that more will than benefit the 'big the I.

schools will end segregation but not until boys. Any such legislation is nat- b
urally unpopular with the
there has been time for climate of racial tolerance big y
a to boys. The big boys have exerted >M
develop. their pressure. The Presiden
bows to their will. The small ,
"But when they are, Jt will be done without dissen man must suffer the conse-

sion and hostility. The colored people in Florida today quences. It's a demonstration of

know that their state government Js working to improve the well known Biblical version: My name is Ethel Lee Young of Atlanta, Ga. I see Ads. in the

their standards." To to him him that that has has not shall, that be which given; papers put in by fortune tellers themselves, in which they promise to

he seems to have shall taken help people in their love matters and to put them on the'road to
if the of Florida. is
We are wondering University ,,
Such success and prosperity. I have to'most
away. is the plight of the been of them and found themto
setting the pattern for:time limit on ending segregation? small man.COMMUNITY. be only fakes.I .
Virgil Hawkins has been trying for nine years, even with
happened to
read jn a newspaper what a :lady said Doc. Anderson
the backing of the Supreme Court 'the time for a climate
did for her end I ordered
FOR REUNION TIME so his Double offer of Fast Luck
of racial tolerance" among the authorities has not as yet'
Biblical Incense Rev. 8:4
( : Psalms 16 and 23) with aLUCKY, NUM-
developed. I The Miami community and vicinity BER Inside and the gold Mezuzah
I |lis' ready and anxiously Luck Charm, which is the promise
Well, some day it might develop. Who can tell! I awaiting the Booker T. Washington God made to Moses (Deut. V. 4.9) millions to turn away

... . If.. : nigh School Alumni As- Evil Influences and bring Luck and Good ,Fortune.
.w.. .
+ w" :' sociation annual reunion cele- \After a short while 1 :
;,is'.s.' I bration financially able to visit Doc. Anderson
i 'CAMPANELLA' IMPROVINGNews which will be held on to have him do some special work for me. !He straightened out my
Tuesday, June 3 and
Thursday, love life and showed
June 5.The me the way to financial blessings of
this week that Boy Campaneliawho has beenin reunion mind end happiness. 1 feel that God has blessed methrough this
will be
the hospital since his serious automobile'accident on held at 2 p.DJune 3 in the wonderful man. To me he has !been a life-saver.

January, 28, is improving was pleasing to his numerous BTW auditorium. Three classes I am putting this ln the paper of
my own free will, *<> that oth-
friends and admirers. Campanella was able tosit up this will celebrate reunion the ers will not 'be misled as I was until I read
week for the first time since confinement. classes of '48, '38 and '28. his wonderful gifts and powers about Doc. Anderson and
.Dr. Eleanor Braynon, '48, will kind of through God. He can do any special
The action of Gov. Averill Harriman of New York I in be the principal speaker Dr, plus 6c work you want done. To order his double offer send $6.00

offering.Campanella a position as a deputy on the boxing Gibson will"speak on 'The Forward call postage or pay postman $8.00 plus charges. To see him in
Look. person CANAL
comet sso .salary of $8,000 a year is a fine gesture Fletcher A' 20719 for appointment or write DOC. R. C.
and evidence of Oampanella's popularity. an instrumental 38 will render 302, West Gordon Ave, Rossvflle, Ga. -adv.
number. He is
open every day including Saturday and Sunday




Holy Redeemer THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"

',\' Graduates First I SATURDAY. r, MAY 31,, 1958 f. . PAGE 5

Class .
1 '

Tuesday evening, June 3 at 8 J Reunion Speaker first reunion after ten years out
o'clock, Holy Redeemer.Catholi of school.

k' School will send forth seven girll ,_ .,.\ ;);: 'to' addition\ to':the-, class .of. '48
Thre who have completed the ninth the. classes I of: 193S and 1933: will
I grade. The first event for the also celebrate 'reunion 'after' 20

graduating class' will be the I .and. 30' years. out of school, Mr.
Graduation Mass offered by Rev Fletcher Paschal, *38, will repre
father DeVaney at 11 o'clockSunday
sent his class on the program,
June 1 in Holy Redeemer I and Mr, Lewis Blake, '28, will be
Church. rly his class representative.The .
After the Mass, a breakfast t reunion ball will be held
will be served, sponsored by he Thursday evening, June 5 at
eighth grade class. At the break 10 o'clock at the Harlem; Square
I) fast the usual proceedings! will Ballroom.
IIi' take place; reading of will, pro-
phesies and sinking of school
,'II" songs. You \Are (Welcome ,

.fL Come to the Pig. Shack, 7008
d Monday, June 2, the.class will NW 18th ave. Come in and get
:: ,:: go on a picnic' chaperoned by acquainted.I .
: : Miss Alice Simmons, teacher of will take care of your baby
English. e by the day or hour from Monday

Tuesday June 3, 1'1:30' : ajn, to Friday Call NE 3-3127.
Friday, May 23, at 9:30 a.m. the Miss Marilyn First and Miss Class Day will be observed. M31
Alpha Delta chapter of the Na- Roberto Sands, were advanced Tuesday at 8 p.m. graduation '
tional Sorority of Phi Delta Kap- students of. Dr. C, Raymond Van I "
pa held its annual oratorical Dusen, speech department of exercises will take place. The ,, '...."'........

contest for Future Teachers oi the University of Miami. ceremony will begin in the cafe- Dr. Eleanor Braynon Gibson, MIDWAYGUEST. .
America of Broward, Dade and torium. There the pins 'Will be proprietor of Eddie's Drugs who s \" 0': " '
Monroe Counties at Mays High The program was further enriched given, honors conferred, Marsha will be the principal speaker< on HOUSE'
School. Prizes were awarded aa with impressive literarynu."nbers' Wclver, secretary of the class, the Booker T, Washington High \ ) -
follows by Mrs, Helena Holton, by members of Mays Hill give the Salutatory Address School Alumni Annual Reunion Comfort for the.Beat.
anti-foasileus of Alpha Delta FTA Club, Mrs. H. S. Bohannon, I jnd Regina Jollvette, president, program. The program will be Desirable so I' I
chapter: First, Gloria Gibson of sponsor, and striking musical) the valedictory address. held Tuesday afternoon, June 3 4954 N.W.' 27th AVE.
Carver, $50; 2nd, Elizabeth Maddox renditions by Mays chorus, directed I The graduates, parents and at 2 o'clock In the school's aud-
of Northwestern, $25 and by Elmo Spars ROOMS BY DAY NIGHT
; friends will then move into the 1tor um. Dr Gibson will speak on OR
3rd, Martha Martin of Mays, $10. Phi Delta Kappa extends sincere church where the ceremonies will "The Forward Look."
All contestants received certificates appreciation to all who be fittingly completed. The diplomas
for Meritorious Oratory. i helped to make this contest a will be given by Father- IDr. Gibson was a member of Mrs. G. Lemon, Mgr. J14
Judges: Tom Royal, chairman, I success. DeVaney, a sermon will be the graduating class of 1948, ,1 (
which will be celebrating Its ----- -
by a visiting priest,
Benediction of the Blessed Sac-
rament will be given. The final
act will be the solemn consecration In fine Whiskey
of each student to Christ
the King and Our Blessed Lady.

I The class colors are the sameas FLEISCHMAMVS!

1ifa the school's white and ,igold. ,

The class flower "
chrysanthemum. -
The motto "Per Chris
I. Mxa tum." et Cum Christo et in Christo. IS THE BUY ,

FOR THOSE WHO MISSED riage of, their daughter Rose
BROWSIN' Mary to Israel Curtis . Fro- The Catholic graduates from
...jWBLL I CANT hide behind zena Smith and Lester Barnes Northwestern will attend Mass
at the 11 o'clock Mass June
on 1.
have 'set theirs for next week
the cylinder anymore. It was my Afterwards, !breakfast will be
Wed. June . Gussie Johnson W:4&a
( 4) -
favorite alibi for not having the served to them in the cafetorium' :
Bunche Park home economIc -
Box. We installed a Miehle Cross by the Guilds of the parish. t
Feed automatic paper press two teacher and Alfonso Ervin, 1 tl'r
weeks prior to this issue. The Booker Terrace special officers The organ music for these occasions -
Whltlocfc press, the hand fed will exchange vows Saturday, will be provided by Mrs. r *
press which I started feeding June 7 at Mt. Tabor Baptist . lona Stradian of the Holy Re- :
The Hector Doyleys will have deemer School Department of
ten years Ago was not cast
aside few friends over to their 60th tt. ,t
but is being used for job IAI
work. home at a dinner party Sunday r
evening . Ruby Grant returned -
Some of the highlights of the to these parts last week. The for two weeks (slight blood
new press, aside from its size, visit is said to be prior to her pressure !Je', doing nicely . .
which just about fills our planton nuptial next month. The Young Men Progressive

15th ave. and 08th street, is I Club's of Ft. Lauderdale, Student .Ul) ir
it is operated by one person, the Return Dance at the Elk's Club is ,
is loaded on the FROM THE /WIPE comet I .., n
paper way up on tab for June 14 . Jakson'sToddle .
, : 0 .
word from two friends In Mt. \ 'IOOf --0
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press, and in one operation the Ion, known for its eager "
Times is printed, trimmed, fold- Sinai Hospital Sandy Bivins little beavers, will have its
ed and stacked in position ready and Miss Mildred Allen of the graduation June 13. .
for delivery. Steros and cut are Allen Funeral Home . It's goodto ; '1.. OlIN glrlltuD
know that the Boss's missus ,
printed much clearer, and the t J>>
printing all the way is a !beaut. (Mrs. Rachel Reeves) departs for II hlUID WHlllt11f
i i home from Jackson Memorial Call TAYLORFR t' III -, J
IN AND OUT OP TOWN hospital today . My father-in- SAi.Dt'TIL.
law Lawrence has -)1 r-'
Adderley, 9-1703
I been bedded'in the
same hospit-
more like the old spot for entertainment. i _____ _
You can't cash In on i -
another spot which offers as
much. No admission and the tab Nightingale CollegeANNOUNCES $2.93 Pint
on a taste isn't bad. Sambo Harrison -

and the session boys to are the featuringa many, NEW SPRING CLASS NOW
many student friends expected in FORMING IN 90 PROOF is WHY!

these parts within the next few

Royale days the. .other_ Stopped night in and at chatted Club- Physicians/ Assistant Training Only Flelschmann's has more Proof-90 Proof as_compared

I with all other leading blends. They are only 86 Proof.
a who with Bull Moose Day and Evening Classes
Jackson. He's still, a likeable Cat ENROLL NOW We Limit Size of Classes -FWsdunaan'i satisfaction.90 Proofmeans Aod-fleJJcbmann'more flavor-more enjoymentmore mild-
That adult program in choral surprising
will Find out how you can earn more DON and exception irooothaei tell you that you're getting
music play an
and important religious\ part la the Liberty Get prestige by becoming a Nightingale Trained the highest quality fa every bottle That's why Fleischmann's

City area 'also Sylvia :Espy is the Graduate FREE PLACEMENT to all graduates offers you so much more than any whiskey America.


The Police is tonight Athletic(Saturday League) at Banquet the FR 3-1675 265 N.W. 5th Street THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY

Liberty Square, Audit . The
Non-TnstruCUonal Workers Association -
is having its family ,
picnic at Virginia Beach Sat- -,

-urday._-----. MIAMI BEAUTY SUPPLY co._ FOR SALE

Sawyer has 'another, it's 'Thunder Miami's Only All Colored House
in The Morning." It will first

play at Dixie Park June 11 . Distributors for . .
Reunion time Is a good time. The Posner Persulan Apex 'Lesters M. L. (Forrest APARTMENT HOUSE FOR SALEApartments
BTW Alumni Association is in

full swing. From what my sidekick Beauty 'Furniture and Fixtures by
Elliott J. Pieze, has to say I 'I"s'e '
the Student Return Ball will ROMITO DONNELLY !
highlight the woxfcs June 5 at
the Harlem Square. If you have OPEN EVENINGS FROM P.M to 8 P.M
not received that Invite, feel free Box No. 802
to see Pier at the office on 3rd J. W. REEVES, Owner

ave. of Miami Times 6740 NW
care Av.
6500 N.W. 15th Ave. PL 7-8991

sending invites to the mar: : !., 'I'" ,L'

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were: A. Phillip Randolph, president St. Agnes HoldsConfimation
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper REV. GRAHAM of the International Broth-
erhood of Sleeping Car Porters; andGroundBreaking
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1958 REPORTS ON Roy Wilkins, hend of the NAACP,

SUMMIT MEETBy Wm. O Walker, president of the
NNPA; Wm. Hastie, judge of stU.S. -

Rev. Edward T. Graham Court of Appeals; The Rt. Rev. William P. Moses,

I -iiniiiii i,I'll' I .,"' ,,!:....'...".... Jiead.Granger, National Urban League I qD., Suffragan Bishop of the
I Diocese of South Florida, made
i The conference far exceeded his annual visitation for holy
,, , c expectation in attendance Orig- confirmation at St. Agnes Episcopal
'.1' : inally, the plans were to hold all Church, on May 25. A large
meetings in the Raleigh Hotel. class of 96 candidates was prevented -
However, the overflow made it for confirmation by the
\ necessary to use the Presidential Rector, the Yen John E. Oulmer
Arms as well.Workshops The hour of the confirmation

were held on many service was 10:30: a.m. and a capacity -
r topics and live issues of the day. congregation was on hand
These afforded opportunities for for the colorful service.
rr {I"'' discusion and for national planning -
Delegates left the two-day' The confirmation was followed -
conference, May 12 and 13 feeling by Solemn Sung Mass, with
"'J xl ins:fired by the unity within the rector as the celebrant and
: ,: :.#:; the Negro group, as was expressed the sermon by the bishop.
'';'''' ' If
:, by so large a number in attendance -
f. "It '" The candidates received their
: first communion at the 7:30
"')':1 , '* ' .,' > :t. , : Low Mass, when the bishop was
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1'1" '.', ., ....' }. '.', ""'V' "I I !" "'II' ,'f d" t '.\ "\ For Prompt, Efficient the celebrant
.,' ':' ',-:' ,' ' /7 .\ Following the service the
,' \ 'f; :, : : ,; ; "' Service entire -
; "
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,.. , ,fl..
., ' ..1 ', ' '. ;m'1'tt r ,' congregation marched in
_:!_!,. ,ftL n ,', 'R.\. \. ". .'+.l'.t" ._ Phone PLaza 4-4909 solemn procession to the parish

1 Johnson, 828 NW 63rd st. was .grounds where ground breaking
May 'Day at I he winner of a trip to Nassau. The Summit Conference' called RUDY'S TV ceremonies for the new additionto
Jackson's Toddle Inn Mr. Fox was the winner of a trip by the National Newspaper andRADIO the parish hall will take' place
Publishers' Association, was high
place in Florida. with the bishop officiating. St.Agnes' .
Parents and friends of Jack- any "offthe-cuff" luncheon
lighted by an REPAIR Cornet Band furnished
The evening was an enjoyablE
son's Toddle ,Inn witnessed another speech given by President music for the occasion and refreshments -
gala evening at the school one.Mrs.. Hazel Wilcox, (president: Eisenhower. The President's Guaranteed Service were served.
9. The festivi- of certainty, will not go
Friday, May May speech, a
Mrs. M. B. Bullard, reporter
ties were the climax of the King down in history as a masterpiece. ,,Pick up and Deliver :
and queen contest, sponsoredeach His sentences were ragged; and
year by the Mother's Club Kazah Court 117 his thoughts seemed to lack co- 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. USE OUR CLASSIFIED

of Jackson's Toddle Inn to finance Celebrates f \ hesiveness. The nation's top executive 6801 N.W. 15th Ave.
most of the activities of pled for patience, on the COLUMNS FOR RESULTS!
the school and the club for the ThanksgivingKazah part of the Negro, In his quest gtftfSggtfgtf gA
year. I, for equal participation under the
The winners of the contest; Court No 117 Daughters law.
were: First prize, charming Deb !I of Isis celebrated its Thanksgiving : It was difficult to understandhow r.-
orah Everett, who reigned at on Sunday, May 18 at St. the President could really I know you don't believe it but
queen for the evening; second James AME Church, Rev. A J. mean this. For even the rankest
prize, Master Charles Paterson, Reddick, pastor. A warm wel- segregationist must admit that
who reigned as king. In the''I come was extended to the the Negro, above all else, has I will sell you a NEW 1958
queen's court were Princess daughters and nobles by the pas- demonstrated the very essence of :
Theresa Payne and Prince Rawn tor and members. patience. Many leaders presentat i CHEVROLET or OLDSMOBILEfor

Kearson. I I After a very beautiful and inspiring the Washington meeting, ex-
! As the music played, the queenin service the daughters and presced a feeling of discomfort
all her queenly splendor' grace- nobles journeyed to the home of and sjrprise: at the seeming lack far less than any other dealer.
fully ascended the gaily decorated Dt Bessie Bethune which wns d :understanding of the Negro by I
throne and was followed by beautifully decorated with flow- President Eisenhower.
Prove it to yourself .
the king, the princess and the '
ers sent by the nobility of Kazah "We must depend on better
prince. The king and queen were emple No. 149 where the feast of and more profound education
crowned by last year's winners, the Isis was held consisting of than on the letter of the law," Call BUD WARDBIRD
and! the four members of the spring lamb, and other delicacies I the president said "Laws themselves I
regal family were presented of the East.Attending. will never solve the
beautiful trophies by the (president ,
problems so close to human
( of the Mother's Club, Mrs. I, daughters were CHEVROLET CO.
hearts, he continued. Of course ,,
Catherine Cook Harriet
Hazel Wilcox She also gave Mae Wood Tucker, Lona Brown (this cannot be true, yet our President CE 5-3521 Salesman
awards to the three students
raising the highest amount of Simmons, Miikella Cox, Rosebud sounded dangerously close I Home: (new or used car or trucks)
to being a proponent of enforcement PLaza
A Byrd, Viola Hill, Mattie Wilson,
money. $75 Bond to little
of certain laws, while those
Ellen Taylor, Ethel Johnson, Alice
Doborah Everett, daughter of Mr.
which nff-cts human relations
Cash, Bessie Bethune, B. Louise ,
and Mrs. Aldin Everette
; a $25
may wait a while. There was a I
Rolle I/11if11
111 Commandress. Attend-
War Bond to Charles Peterson, feeling among the groups as- lAAI1fIJVIIAAkA 1IA7IAA*III1IIiIiA7i*iAAD1l111A1I71fd171 A 1 f1 1lI Il1.
ing Nobles: Alonzo Byrd, Andrew Mfr
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pet- somMpd for the luncheon that
erson, and a $25 War Bond to ,Roberts, Melvin Jackson, John
this knd! of talk gives comfortto
Taylor, !Melvin Jackson, John WORLD
Theresa Payne, daughter of Mr. FAMOUSWMBM
those who would flout the law.
Rolle, Eddie Kimble, Zeke Wallace -
and Mrs Samuel Payne. |:! Carey Bentley, 111 Potentate. That if a firm hand Is exercised,
Special prizes were awarded i I' there may be fewer bombings of
to Alice Faye Williams and Carol We're thanking the nobility of Synagogues and of Negro schools I
Wright for their splendid show- Kazah' Temple for their thought- After the speech, President
ing in the contest. fulness and everyone concerned Eisenhower shook hands with
The regal family then sat on"" who helped make our Thanksgiving ;those' nearest him, among whom
the throne and enjoyed the trib- a success. was Miss Daisy Bates, head of I TOPS
ute paid to them by their sub- 1 the NAACP in Arkansas, Miss III IN LISTENING
jects who gaily dressed, danced 'Bates smiled when the President
merrily in their honor. ,Call TAYLOR tOOk her hand, and said to him, THE KING COLEMAN SHOW
Climaxing the evening was the "The children of Little Rock send I- THE
selection of the two winning FR 9-1703 you their love" GOSPEL BLIND BOY SHOW
tidkets by the queen. Mr A. A. Other speakers on the program THE

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Wally Futch and the

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347 to Get F AMU Degrees I SATURDAY THE MIAMI, MAY TIMES 31, 1958-"The People.. .Newspaper PAGE 7-

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roll . You don't need a
TALLAHASSEE A record duel personality to take up fenc-
347 candidates have filed for degrees ing . When the U. S. sends
that will be conferred dur- By PHIL OSSOFER up a sputnik with a dog in it, it

Along Freedom's RoadBy ing traditional commencement '-M -... ..... will contain an air-dale.
exercises that will be held a* Signs of the times . Laun-
Florida A and M University thi Things I have always wondered dry: "We wash the cleanest
RUTH PERRYIn weekend. In 1955, 301 degrees about! . Why do they put clothes in town." (What do they
were awarded the largest flat paint in round cans? . If wo with the dirty clothes?) . .
I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I J 11 "
T granted to date in the institu you throw an axe in the .,bay, willIt Restaurant: 'Home cooking.
Little Rock, Ankh this week, community for technologicalskills. tion's history. make the water choppy ? ? ? I (Why don't they cook on the
history will be made, as a Negro Overflow audiences are expected Why are they named permanentwaves premises?) . Battery manu-
files across the high school foot- to jam spacious Lee Hall when its only the upkeep facturer: "You get more to start
ball field to receive his diplomaHis Mr. Hill cited as a major Auditorium, Sunday afternoon, that's permanent? i with." (Got a big charge out of
presence there, among hun NAACP goal "the full realizationof I June' 1 at 5:30: p.m and Monday Useless Information depart- I this one )
dreds of .white students will the Negro potential, that is, to morning, June 2 at 9 ajn. to ment . Though Florida is con- I
prove that integration has been make it possible for competent, hear the Rev. Gardner C. Taylor, sidered geographically a flat
accomplished in (Little !Rock highly trained Negroes to com- pastor of Concord Baptist state, there are many hills in it. REGISTE-R
for this school year at least. pete on an equal basis for mana- Church of Christ, Brooklyn, and U[ you don't believe this, Just I
gerial, scientific, skilled, profes- Dr. Charles H. Wesley, presidentof look in the telephone book . .A TODAY
LITTLE ROCK i sional and other desirable em- Central State College, Wll- I bagel is a combination of rook

!The ployment. If this goal is not berforce, Ohio, deliver the baccalaureate
cost to Arkansas and the
achieved, the Negro may well be and commencement
nation can be counted in hard
frozen out of many industriesand addresses respectively
cold cash, among other things.It .
forced into an even more The largest number of candi-
took the presence of U. S. marginal position in American dates ((159)) is in the School of
troops and an expenditure ot
society even though the
Education The
expan- College of Arts
nearly five million dollars to accomplish -
,,1 bon of the economy increase and
the of opportunity Sciences ranks second with
handing a high
for other groups within 122 candidates. The remaining
school diploma this /week to
a "
.....- the community.. academic units and their number
Negro youngster. IAUV cost can
-- - -
also be counted in bitterness, via Remember Saturday, June 7 oi candldatces follow schoolof
lence and rioting; and ,the possible when Clarence Mitchell, director Agriculture and Home Economics -
delay of the original Integrationorder of the Washington Bureau of the 22; College of Law, six; I I
handed down many months NAACP will speak' at a dinner School of Nursing Education, i r
ago. Because, of the racial hatred meeting at the Flamingo Restaurant five; School of Pharmacy, two
stirred up last fall when Negroes at 7:30: p.m. This meeting is Graduate School, 29; and, Vocational
first tried to enter Little Rock: sponsored by the Miami Branch Institute, two. -1L ii i i
High School, the school board and tickets are available from Among the commencement
petitioned a federal court to any of the branch officers I hopeto highlights will be the conferring
have the gradual integrationplan see you there. of "meritorious achievement certificates -
for the high school (Postponed ," awarding of 50-year \
until 1961. This ruling may GHANAEDUCATOR medals, and 25-year silver 0

come June 3.
President and Mrs. George W.
Mrs. L. C. Bates, president of Gore Jr., will entertain the seniors eL,"
the Arkansas NAACP State INJURED HERE their parents, friends, the
Conference, made this comment alumni, the faculty and staff at
about the situation in Little Alexander Edmund Bannerman 8 pjn. Sunday, June 1. I ,
Rook: "I am very happy with supervisor of schools at
this progress, although it is said Accra, Ghana, arrived in Miami
that Ernest has to be graduated from Puerto Rico on May 14 and
under pressure. He was not able registered at the Carver Hotel. jLb
to participate in any activities Unfortunately !Mr. Bannerman
related to the graduation. This fell in the bath tub and Injuredhis ,
should be neck. He has been in the tf Toe MTE Ml MAILS.., MIl,,",
a happy time. But it rrrTca KSSMA.UMVOBMI.M TMU mm
is dampened by the fact that Nero Jackson Memorial Hospital for 10 _SOU"*SUUTATIOMS. fWUOUM" oat....
children tole TKAMHTMV Muw e1 TM SCALM
have had to under days.Mr.
40 an ordeal in order to obtain an Bannerman is traveling ,IAOTgMye MUn ABOVt............M
education that is their inherent under the State Department
right." sponsorship and is making a "su1 iarcc14
study and observing educational] i.-JI
SOUTHERN BAPTISTS and other conditions in this partof .. M
the world. U-IISKMaAr1./ ......... .

iin Houston, Texas, Southern
Baptists last Thursday swept tue .
aside opposition to accept report
calling for strengthened "fellow-I
ship with people of every race" I Furnished ApartmentsAS .'
A burst of debate on the floor of nleyJ

the denomination's convention I LOW AS
followed the presentation of the rej

report titled, "A Call for Racial _
Reconciliation" 19.95 per week

The Rev. Montague Cook of

Moultrie, Ga., said acceptance of LIGHTS GAS & WATER INCLUDED
the report would be misconstruedand '
would be "prejudicial. to the Select Your Own Brand New Furniture Which
fair thinking of our people. The
Try Schenley Elellnee
words fellowship and integrationare Becomes Your

synonymous," he said. He offered in the "get-acquainted 'jr ante

dictionary definitions of $14 half. .
the terms. Unfurnished Apts. week pint size.tCHUltY

Adiel J. Moncrief of St. Joseph,
Mo., chairman of the Christian SEE SAM B. SOLOMON AT

Life Commission which drew up
the report said: "We are endeavoring
to follow the Bible rather Thought Have Wlngil -I Can Influence Other With My
than the dictionary or press
re-I I
ports." He agreed that the 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 38416MlMliifcMlfcltiaiMJJlMiaiMlMifcfc
vention could not bind local
churches, but said it must pro-

claim the gospel courageously. .... .a For Advice and Help, Contactj -

The report condemned "social
usages that created fear and in- HOP ATBarkley's
timidation" and "deny the basic KSTARPsychic

American freedoms" to any citi Cut RateWHERE
zen. Meanwhile, a flood of liter- ;
ature, bearing the Imprint of the Reader Gifted Reader

Texas White Citizens Council, QUALITY LIES Read your entire life} past,
was distributed at the conven- ,,
tion, accusing it of fostering 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.2376 present, future. Tell you anything -
"race mixing trends." you wish to know without

asking' any question
CONFERENCE SEEKS TO Gift, Card, Doll and Gift of all Kind

END BIAS Pokena Set ..?_. 1.49 2.98 Dresser Set 6.19 to 12.98 No matter what your hop, fear or trouble may b., I can and

Man' Box Silent NightHandkerchiefs will help youl Give time and never falling advice on all affair _ _ _

An urgent need the full today realizationof is to ?.?....... .98 Cologne Set MM 1.25 8.69 of lift, such .1 love, courtship, marriage, health, business' _ _ _
make possible Electric Iron .?. I." '.n Old Spice Cologne change, will, mortgage, law cults, lost or stolen article,
the Individual Negro's talents Watt Basket ,............... .69 and Lanolin ................ 1.00 GUARANTIED!
and abilities in terms of indus- hidden traur SATISFACTION
Winter !II Approaching Evening In Part
trial and engineering skills. Her Medicine Set ...,.,.......... 1.00 8.98
bert Hill, NAACP labor secretary Scott' Emulsion .98 1.79 Comb and Brush
Your Number
Give Your Lucky Day Lucky
asserted in an address delivered Dr. Brown' Magnolia Set ?.............. 1.00 2.49
May 24 at an NAACP-.ponsor- Remedy .................... 1.49 M.n'* Small Brief No one In trouble turned away-Com* with or without money
ed conference at the Universityof Father Jhn ..._.. .65 US Cases ...........__.. 2."? Private' A Confidential Rudlnga-R.adlngt for Whit A Colored
Pittsburgh. Yaramln Tab ......_... 2.98 Evening In Paris"
of series Kin,'* Mn' St 2.10 Stick Deodorant 2 for $1
The one a
organized by the NAACP national Note Permanent Addre**_Tak* bus 15, passes doer every

office in conjunction with 18 minute
local branches, seek to secure SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK

the admission of Negroes Into Whore Prices Are Right 1650 N.W. 27th Avenue 'MiamI, Fla.
apprenticeship training programsto
obtain more effective vocational 1361 N.W. 3rd Avenue Hour: Dally and Sunday 9 * S p.m/-Clod Tuesdays

guidance counseling' for We Denver.. ';,;;,,1'" Call FR 3-946 or FR!4-2876 Ll *nd by City, 'State, County 1 1ar r'J

Negro youth, and to develop aa .......,....... .,' ... ..... .. ." .
orientation within the Negro IIi. .J. IdIlNM nl J 1.11I.... f1 fU..rflll.

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Mrs. Florence AH

8 SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1958 Honored atBeauticians' r
Meet LIB

Mrs. Florence Major Ali, wide- D".VI.1.. NRA4AE -
ly kno\W1 Broward eonty ttau.
tician, ol 357 ft HammondvilleRoad

t Around Miami honored in during Pompano the Beach conventionof was NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

the Orange Blossom Beautic-
By DAVE (Mr. awing BONDU ians Association, which met in

&* >*4*&*4 >v >* >* >4*&*& St. Petersburg May 18 through
- - - - - - - & SATURDAY
22. Mrs. Ali was presented withan FRIDAY
iMaybe |there Ball, being held on June 27 at achievement award for meri-

isn't many who the Bayfront auditorium. Yours torious service to the Beauticians ._ -- ._ '" _.._.
care about out Truly will be the M. C. . I Association in the State of Fla. A IMvvwl.IntornoAonol f Retort'rtomngHedyLAMARR'Jane " ,

city, that is . told you last week that Ida Williams The presentation was made by ,:
it seems to me. was expecting, and that I Mrs. Marion Muldrow, second POWELL ,
But I think the would let you know what she vice president of the Associationand

merchants on was expecting. Well, Ida sez that president of Unit No. 7 of Jan STERLING' George NADER

15th ave. between she is expecting to find a mil- Dade County. ">>,..,, ,
62nd St. lion dollars all wrapped up in Present to witness the presen- !-

and 71st street silver paper lying on the patioof tation was Mrs. Katie Whickam, 'x' ', ,, _
should get together the Sir John Hotel. (Fat National president of the Beauty ", ,
and propose :chance). Culturists League. The award f/lA ., ",

to_ the, was given by the Theta National Nu Sig- .a1ERRYPARIt.lrh) +C GLf.:lOt"" GREGGPALMER -
of the
Dad e county SAM RABIN, manager of the ma
Road Dept. about having 1Mb Sir John, is renovating the Fla- Beauty Culturists League.
ave. paved. With the street pav- mingo Lounge. He sez that it will Also receiving awards for outstanding following ""Jtii16 AIltl /nauINEM
the -
ed from curb to cum and proper be the most beautiful place in all services were Hill
Mrs. Emma ,
dainage, business would be South Florida when it is com- persons:
14 of Fort
75 percent better for everyoneand pleted. I say to you . "Live president of Chapter ,
Lauderdale Mrs. Olga Cooper,
it would also make the area life, every golden minute of it." 14
former president Chapter
look 100 percent better. How also oi
and Mrs. Tansy ,
about it, merchants? PEACE.WINS
... Broward County.
Other delegates to the conven-
MILLER,., popular tion from Broward County were: i COP
Miami bartender, is now makini1 Mrs. Ora Mae Prester, Mrs. Hat- s.,
the Joy Juice at the Miami Car. tie Gross, Mrs. Minnie Cassell, t.. .Y 0t W>!e fi

ver . Babs Ware, formerly of I Mrs. Doshia McCoy and Mrs.
\Boston, :Mass., is waiting for Pearl Hardy of Fort Lauderdaleand
some good talent to enter Miami Mrs. Lummie Grant of

Barbara is here to get a show 4Elizabeth Pompano Beach.
'together for a new Nassau Nile. Mrs. Arline S. Waldon, presi-
Spot opening at Oakes Field. Its M dent of the Orange Blossom As- SUNDAY & MONDAY
name will be The Skylark . sociation was also honored at the
\ Once again, our police force la convention banquet when she was 1.

I i looking for. clean cut men to apply presented with a letter of appreciation -
for patrolmen. At (presentour from the Chosen N"
force is six short. y Twenty-Five Committee of which

\ Mrs. All is chairman. .;. ,
doing a promotion Job for a new
\ scotch whiskey that is being in-- letics. All of Residence Camp
activities will be conducted in k
I Wilbur I the rustic setting of the YMCA :

:I Brown. are also taking part in Camp setting at Lake Placid, located -

,I'I the promotion of Long John . 150 miles on US 1.
I and desirious of information
Boys girls -
Larry Steele's Smart Affairs of
1968, now appearing at the Deau- and registering may
contact the Carver Branch 340
ville; will be minus a producer- .I --.... ,-.... NW 13th st. or phone FR 47829. COLOR tear
MC soon. The reason: Lary will +.
put more time in the administration Maddox, senior oi --.. "'r1L. ___ 1 }

end of the show. He will be Northwestern Senior High was srurwo EDUMD 4
awarded $25 and a certificate of AIRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL:: '
i replaced by veteran MXJ. Pinkey DON
Roberts. award which stated: 'To Fostera .SEGALE.OIANNELU
Spirit of Sisterhood among TAYLOR
Teachers and to Promote the
PRETTY GIRL )(Of (the Week: Highest Ideals of the :
teacher I -
Betty Timmons (Dorsey . The National So-
. follce'of the Week: Charles of SAT. MIDNIGHT
rority Phi Delta Kappa, Alpha
Shellman Doctor of the Week'George Delta Chapter, Certificate ol BUN., MON., TUES.
W. Styles . I ran into
Award . This certifies that 'FATS (DOMING
Butteitoll, the WMBM DJ the Elizabeth Albertha Maddox is and THE MILLS (BROS.
other day, and believe you me awarded this certificate for Mer
I if I he' loses one more pound he'll itorious Oratory given at Miami, "The Big Beat"Plus
make' Sinatra look like the thin this 23rd day of May A.D. 1958. & .WEDNESDAY

I man:. . New faces on the golflinks''are Mrs. Ida K. Sidney, basileus, "Summer :Love "
Sir John Club manager, Mrs. Lemmie W. Mitchell, Youth
Benny Harvey, Pee Wee, Dancer, ,Chairman. ..:L RECORDING r.
Vera Williams and Chorine Fay I J'r 10P ,
I : Elizabeth's oration on "Why I -' "", .
I Wray. 1B aRSl
Want to Become a Teacher" was > s
centered around her I BUNCHETHEATRE
becoming a Si
j WHEN THE INaUonal Convgn.i teacher of Spanish and French. 15 SONG N
i tion of the Iota Phi Lambda Sorority OPA LOCKATel.

I comes to Miami in Aug- Registration For 4Y' NA 1.7322 i 60616RtN1 .
the will have the
ust, delegates BUN., MON., TUES. ,
time of their lives. Gamma Alpha Summer 'e RNDRR YARN 1EffRED STONE
effort (Program Eartha Kltt, ''Nilt Cole eo.l.rrln, YIIWAM REYNOLDS'
Chapter Is putting every Juano 'Hernandez In
forward to make this the best Registration is now being con-

National yet . 35 or 40 years ducted by the G. W. Carver I "St. Louis Blues" c

ago there was a great comic by !Branch YMCA for its summer I Bated on the lift and( frultcOf ,, -

the name of Bert Williams. He program. W. C. ;.Handy ,r- glut .JOHN,
was one of the greatest acts in Two types of Camp activities SAXON '
Randolph Scott In
show business in the world and willis comprise Campgactivities "The IUDY MCRCD/TIf/
th Bounty Hunter"RITZ
year: Day ,
along with comedy he would always c_
inject a word of wisdom. I will begin June 9 and convene ,d1L
through. July SI at the James E.
said this to say that this broughtto
Scott Homes, located at 7226 NW
mind one of the most wonderful -
phrases I've ever heard, and 22nd ave. It is opened to both MI nr WILT A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE
boys and girls, offering devotions
\ that is the phrase, "It Is no disgrace crafts
archery, cook-outs, swimming -
to be Colored but it is
music, shop and field trips, THEATRE
I inconvenient.r in-door games including a group
of new and fun packed games for SUN., MON., TUE8. .THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
I ASKED IEDDIE WILLIAMS, all in attendance.
\ manager of the Miami Carver, Residence Camp will commenceas John Wayne WILLIAM' "FAULKNER'S *

whose funeral that was passing, of August 23 and will closeon "Legend of '''Lost"
as I stood and talked with Kim. August SO allowing a full The
He says, "I don't know, Dave. week of wholesome fun for boys Plua

Folks are dying now that never who participate in boating, canoeing Jane RuMell Long
died before." . Chlckie Horne diving, swimming, camp "Revolt of :Mamie ,
and Etta Jones have consented fires, archery, nature study Hot-
to perform at the Policeman's riflery, hiking, softball and athj Stover"Non.Surgical .

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DUNBAR ELEMENTARYA late to the faculty. Miss Kell of THE MIAMI TIMES--Tie Peoples'NewspaperSATURDAY "
the Ginn Publishing Co. conducted .
program based on the Annual . the demonstration.Plans I MAY 31, 1958 'PAGE 9
Memorial Day ceremonies at .
the grave of the Unknown Soldier are in the making for -.
Arlington National Cemetery the Television Experimental 1 .radio advertisement's it ; of .
was well Program which will be
presented by a part of "Thunder "'
in The Morning, the
members of Mr. Hall's sixth our curriculum next year. We THE MORNING"DUE '
producer and Son-
'his co-worer: ,
grade class on last Monday for feel it a challenge to be among
ny Wright are soliciting dubs
the weekly assembly. Highlights the schools selected to take a SOON and dis-
organizations to help
of the ceremony which Included part in this experiment. Our "Thunder T h
Although f pose of tickets at a 50 per cent
resumes of the wars fough by 'I principal is "far ahead" of next Morning" is considered to be one share. Interested people may call
our country, representatives from year in that each day she acquires of Robert Earl Sawyer's most FR 3-1552.
SALE the branches of the Armed Forces something additional in important plays, the author-pro.
explaining the wor okf each, a regard to plans and proceduresused ducer is trying to overcome many GOSPEL SONGSHIGHLIGHT
50 x 100 LOT on 153rd St. Ibrief in TV
near speech by the President of a program of this obstacles in order to present the
22nd ave., in Opa Locka. Call the United States and his placing kind. Results are sure to be fa- three act drama. "Thunder in NEW
NE 3-6774 after 2 p.m. M31 of a wreath on the vorable.
grave and The Morning" is a powerful play
Taps, were given in an impressive .. about the violence over school PROGRAM'I
2-bedroom CBS I and reverent manner. Pupils integration in the South, akin to A new national radio program.
home. Large landscape corner lot. particiapating were Michael FASHION LECTURESAND that in Little Rock.A j"Sunday Morning," has been
NW llth
5911 4-6101. ave. Phone PLaza I Abrams, Bobbie Bell, Glenn Hall, local theatre chain which has gaining wide attention in this
Aalton Henley, Alvin Higgs, theatres in the white and colored area because,,, of the unusually
NOW SEE TIDS. Business Bernadine Jenkins, Rufus Law- BOOK REVIEWSFor areas rejected the play from appearing I
residential lot for sale on NW horne, Delores Lee, Hubert Mil in Its colored theatre !because ,-
ler, and David Williams. Women's Clubs &
32nd Reasonable Daisy they fear repercussionfrom
ave. terms. Call
Williams weekly by Pet Milk Co. and fea-
served asmistress
their white
of patrons.
NE or NE 5-7608. Church Groups
ceremonies.Mrs. Determined to have his play tures outstanding singing groupsIn
FOR Fannie Thurston of the Phone HI 4-6966 seen, the producer took the playto the field of inspirational music.In .
RENT ( the field of Inspirational mus-
A. L. Lewis faculty and Mr. Dixie Park auditorium at 340
Richard DeVeaux B3K28EJB16J : NW 13th ic. In the Miami area, the pro-
from R. R. SUIJkJIEISHB st., where it will run
EFFICIENCY for a quiet coupleor Moton for gram Is heard at 10:30: Sunday
were three
guests at the assembly performances, .Friday,
middle age woman In private MINCY'SLawn mornings over station WMBM.
visited Saturday and June 13-15
us ; ,
(Master of ceremonies all
Phone for
home. FR
4-5948. "" *
throughout ": .
the day. at 3 p.m. vs-t <: : .' '
Sixth grade skill teachers Service (Having read and ,approved.ofthe Sunday; Morrtlnjf proil"anJ.s
accompanied -
FURNISHED! ROOMS near Sid McCoy, whoso genial, ;Warm
downtown. $7 to $12. Inquire 527 T. their classes to Booker Phone PL 7.6974 script of "Thuncertn'T4aMornlni : personality is very apparent as
NW 5th ave. Washington High School on two pro-intergretlonlsU he introduces each week's stars
Tuesday afternoon for a brief AFTER 4:30: P.M. groups, a Jewish faith and a and announce their musical se-
orientation period. On the white church have endorsed the
LARGE FURNISHED rooms. pre- Plant lections. Some of the outstanding
Overnight or weekly. Bourns.ceeding Monday morning, May 12 Spraying Soil production as a play that should singing groups appearing on
Hotel, 2335 NW'6th ave. Phone Mrs. Charles L. Williams, head Lawn Maintenance be seen by all,in these times. "Sunday Morning" arc the Swan
FR 9-9131. of the guidance department at Mrs. Ruth Perry of the NAACP Silvertones, the Dixie Humming
BTW, Mrs. Willie Hue Jamison, 6511 N.W. 12th Ave. has taken a block of tickets to birds, the Roberta Martin Singers -
ONE ROOM efficiency apart- dean of girls, Mr. Oscar Edwards sell for which the NAACP will the Davis Sisters, the Staple
ment, furnished with modem Sr., dean of boys, Harold Culmer, Apt. 15 receive. 50 percent of their sales. Singers, the Ward Singers and
conveniences. !Located near two president of the Student Council Jun28 :Because there will 'be little, if the Harmonizing Four.
bus lines, 3268 NW 46th st. Cau and three other students (all
PL 8-4433. former Dunbar pupils)) visited tl.mW\/ IaIII\.11IUJJlUUltHil\/IioL1.: .nlJul! nJm/ IIII\.nilII.1.1 JIII1.I..UIIH' m111(\IlK(lI11U "
with our sixth grade pupils. They
LIBERTY CITY. Two bedroom, welcomed the ,group. Each per-
furnished apartment, 1235 NW sons spoke briefly explaining the TheMAHSIDHETTES
68th Terr. PL 46965.EFFICIENCY. work of the particular area he
or she represented and how that
Couple. 1870 NW work concerned the individual
55th Terr., Phone NE 5-0010. stuerrt. Each person also stress-
ed the responsibilities of the student -
BEAUTIFULAPARTMENTS as reflected in his general

Mrs. Luella Thompson, 9rd
FURNISHED AND grade chairman, was guest
UNFURNISHED42nd speaker on last Sunday morning
St. and ''NW 32nd Ave. for the Woman'j Day program at
J7 I Liberty City.

WANTEDA R. R. MOTON Just 2 No More Like TheseJust

charming girl from Finland During !Music Week our music
wants correspondence with a tan consultant, Mrs. T. D. Johnson,
tual American (25-35 age) for even- entertained us with a very: fine minutes away from downtown Miami, to live in
marriage. Write to Miss and musical
unique program.
Greta, Finland.Yakabsau, Bang 12, Helsinki Each grade group, and insome in. this exclusive area. A few blocks from the 163rd ,Street

WANTED musical stances, number.each class These presented presentations a. Shopping Center Bus service to all points.

were a culmination of all
Would like single .girl to share areas in music taught this year.
apartment with same. Apply 278 Teachers from each grade group Custom Built Not Price Built
NW llth st, apt. 222. attended a reading demonstration -
at A. L. Lewis Elementary

100 x '105 City Lot recently.Ing hints They and ha suggestions many interest-to re- 3 large bedrooms 2 oversize tile baths tile

LOTS FOR SALE. City water,
roof built-in oven and large car-
easy terms. We build on your range
plans or our. We take care of all
porte Florida porch which can easily be
financing. Cash paid for your FOR RENT ; ,
lot or home. Baron JE 81340. made into a Florida room terrazzo floorsne
LOT. 19G3 NW 153rd St., Opa 3 bedroom house in Edison
Locka. Lot 4, block 7. Sub Mag- Center, partially furnishedor bedroom with private entrance ,and pri-

nolia. Call Culpepper, PL 8-4114 vate bath, for rental income just beautiful.
unfurnished, PL //4-28S7.

,Edison$695 (Down center' ASTHMATICS! Built To Sell for $15,500

1 MORTGAGE PAYMENT Want simple, '.ff. lvt relief from
choking, racking Bronchial sthmatle .
2 bedroom, carporte, excel.lent spurns Get g.nuln.Br.ath..y .

ondition. ffearbjr but, bean mlnJngl-Th.lee...(what'. no leubstl-you've HOW ONLY $13,500

schools, Chopping. 710 NW tute for original/ \\Breatheaey Inhalant *
\nebullzlng "'t. CW
64th St. Call FR 13654. comfort by breathing! !IQuaran


Fred. 1410 N.W. 62nd St., (Miami/, Fla.



Sigma Alpha ,Chapter's Third Annual

See These NOW 2

'FRIDAY JUNE 13, 1958 Built by' Lord Manor Homes Inc.Located
8.-00: p.m. 'til MId Nile .

Orchestra Music B Hour Scenic Jour

Refreshments Aboard Fun Galore at .
MacArthur) Causeway MX pm. Sharp
Leaving from County (
Buy your tickets/urly, limited number old-sn aal./atIEco"omy! { ( 1417 2425 NE 151st Terrace y
Drug Store,.1100 NW Srd Ave., The Davis Rrhit ryt;230 W14th;

St; .Booker :Terrace Motel, 4200 NW 27th' tAvfc, lor (JIM I any ..", North Miami Beach i,
"Good" Que

Roundtrip $1.00
". .1." / _\ \ I i '.' ,-r\\ "7"'"', T.FOR .,-'-

,-. .J

. from 6th ave and 13th st. to 5th
The GOODBYE and 11th Terr., be marked
'The (People NewspaperPAGE Itinerary ave.
THE MIAMI TIMES- ''Purchased and marred by the unsightly

10 SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1958 Dt. District Deputy Property rubbish of Pepper's Surplus and
For BTW Campus Salvage.

.1 'Jb the Bfugbfcr Elks of South ExpansionBy

Drama Co. Florida Greetings District: Christian: BETTY J. KELLY
New York I Lot
ourselves AS time making moves plans on, we to visit find "Pepper's Surplus and Salvage"BTWPTA. I $1,000 or Your
you in a few days. We have been; has long been a !problem now a As a down payment, 3 bed
busy this year, but For many years,
extremely .
Coming to Florida found time to attend the State school board committee has property been room new, on corner on two
Baptist with other Convention women, and God's to share plans in trying order to to purchase expand the over- I lots. 2901 NW 43rd Terr.

Players -I and program. crowded Booker T. WashingtonHigh Hardwood floors. A beauty.
Neo Drama School area.
The of famed New york. hactorproducer by Because of my work which This land, adjacent to tha Lots for sale. Cash for your
Clark :Morgan ot keeps me very busy both day; south court of the building, will
TV and HollyWood, hu and night, we found it necessaryto ; prove valuable in the much- Iota. Baron, JE 81340.
radio, 2nd season of cele- ask the Grand Daughter Ruler needed expansion and improve-
scheduled its of the South, be- for two special deputies, to this ment of the school.In Open 3.5 p.m.
brated tours at Key she agreed and recently we received
September com-
Sinning in and swinging a letter from her stating 1951, the evaluating
West, Florida, the state. Of v that the commission for special mittee of the Southern Association -
through Schools recommended
northward million spent deputies has been sent to Dt. of Secondary
$1 land be acquired
the more than hour in Maine Waldon, Paramount that this Un
business and
for every show is Temple, West Palm Beach, andDt. I as soon as possible; ,
it the Americas, this Alice Edwards, Coral City also erection of a music and shop
I' the one substantial app roxima efessreeportedly Tempde, Key West. The commis building on the site. The music
to acquiredbut
,brilliant kl d ions were sent to the secretary of and shop building was I
theatre to buyout
the inability
skills, the Temple. .
with production techniques, Pepper's blocked any further
1 and wide public' appeal. My itinerary is as fellows: expansion. i
Tuesday, June 3, Sunny South
Returning !by request, these Temple 853, Delray Beach. Again in 1957, the re-evaluat- We build according to
t "Bell recommended -
players will present June, 10, Oversea lug committee strongly oursNo
calibre Tuesday, your plans or
1 Candle," John van that the school use this
Book and Temple 745, Homestead.
pruten's million-dollar <9 Wednesday, June 11, Greater property for expansion. down paymentUse
let witch hours of bargaining -
sensation about a smart Miami No. 769. After long
1 notions. for a with the owner and many lot
1 ova 15 EvergladesPast
with amazing;; - Sunday, June ; your
publisher. Not knowing has been Daughter Rulers Council trips made by parents, patrons
bachelor fulltimeor Alvis Lee Tinnin I including Dr. 'V& (b }70mVI1(3
well wishers
that witches, whether elected vice president of the with Liberty Temple, Miami. and
weekend speculators, are not Connecticut chapter of the Tuesday, June 17, Liberty and Mrs. E. A. Ward, Dr. and
result is a Mrs. S. M. Frazier, Mrs. W. H. (
capable of love, the American Association of Teachers Temple 724, Miami. I
riotous wrangle for the part-time' of French. Tinnin, a candidatefor Wednesday, June 18, Pride of Murrell, Mrs. Ethel:!; Smith, Mrs.
witch from Madison Ave. the PHD degree at Yale Un- Port Lauderdale.We Maydell Braynon, The Adelphian 100% Financing
Although the entire month of iversity where he served as an Club and Mr. Cox the PTA president NE 5-6171
has been contractedfor in French for three are hoping that it will be and the executive committee -
November these organizations, some instructor is teaching at Amity Reg-. possible! for us to visit Coral City of the PTA, the mission was General Building Contractor
by desirable dates are available years, school at New Haven Temple 400 on Monday, June 9, finally accomplished.No .
ional High
very been sometime since we beautiful 1121 NW 29th fit Miami
sponsorship during September while writing his dissertation. is: it has longer will the
and October, and again were able to visit them. We are view of the school, extending
May of expecting to hear from Dt. Daisy - .----
December first MIAMIAN !
Vlurrel of Emma Kelly Temple
1 : 1959. PRESENTS .)65, Belle Glade, since most of
1:1 j; An Equity Company, the cast >ur daughters in this temple .are SEE THE
i Includes top drama professionals RADIO ,PROGRAMCassandra farmers. We usually visit on a
I'[ with UP to 30 productions Sunday afternoon. WORLD'SGREATEST
I to their credits, through Hortense Hanna, a I
We are hoping that Dt. Waldon
remembered roles on freshman in the department of "
long and will hold
has her commission
networks, and music at St. Augustine's College,
Broadway, major 148
N H he election of Paramount
I .n nation-wide summer stock. presented a program of piano Vest Palm Beach on their first
p( Vincent Pena, Florida's own native forte selections over radio station I meeting in June. COLORED
son (Miami and Ft. Pierce) WPTF on Saturday, May 24 at
co-produces, and Mr. Morgan 6'30 pjn. We are reminding every secre
directs. Mr. Pena will arrive In !Miss Hanna Is a graduate of tary to notify each member ol PSYCHIC ,
'! Florida within a few days to Northwestern Senior High School the temple under the seal to be
!I finalize contracts, and to accept and studied with her father, William present and pay their indebtness. READER
bids from other interested and H., before coming to St. Any member failing to carry out
established parties along the Augustine's. (Her heavy program the duties of her office will suffer -
Keys, Homestead, Miami, Fort consisted of Beethoven, Chopin, a penalty. Any member fail-
Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Fort Liszt and Godard. A highlight of ing to attend their election without PROF. I .k !
Pierce, Pensacola and other this program was her rendition a reasonable excuse will be
routes. Mr. Pena states that his of the first movement of fined 100. Officers are instructed -' :

company is prepared to accept I r. ;; J to have a complete report for,
bookings for communities off the the first six months.
beaten path desirious of fund WARNER + Finally, my daughters, pray for
raising through drama sponsor 1 HINES Inc. 4r me. Let us be sincere, honest, BUNTER
ship. Communications are accep Painting and ,&, truthful, sympathetic, faithful, 1
patient, affectionate and dbeden !-
table by mail at the production WaterproofingContractors PRO HUNTER
offices, 2010 7th Ave., suite 10, one to another.
3 New York City, in the event that Licensed andmured Fraternally, If yon are sick, worried or In trouble this Is the
j C t Mr. Pena may not be available ( by Cltj Marie M. White, Dt. Deputy place to come. Don't stay In the rut, push back the

in your community and County veil of bad luck that seems to hold you in your track,
188S 81
NW 69th
I ..,__ Free Estimate I Beethoxen's "Waldsteln" Sonata and advance forward by the help of God under the
Call any hour Miss Hanna is currently a studentof leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience : -

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper
Put $50,000
I SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1958 PAGE 11

Negro Banks TUSKEGEE kegee Choir opened the Roxy
n I Theatre and in 1932 they sangat
INSTITUTE AT the inaugural program at the
Detroit- ]Mien. the unper- Rockefeller Center playhouse. In
1 Council, Ancient Egytptlairalbic RADIO CITYNEW '54 they sang at the Metropolitan -
Order of Nobles of the Opera House at a programfor
lystic Shrine has Announced it Jenner Bill Would YORK (CNS) In a the United Negro College
(ill deposit some $50,009 in ten brilliant presentation, the Tus- Fund.A .
ajor banks owned and operated kegee Institute, Ala. will head- huge turnout of music loversis
Negroes on June 2. The deosits line the summer stage show, beginning expected to view, the coming,
are scheduled: simultane- Limit CourtA next week at the famed show, together with college stu-
usly by Shrine officers. Observ- Supreme Radio City Music Hall The choirof dents from over the nation who
ig the procedures will /be mem- 35 voices, will sing spiritualsand will be in New York on vaca-
ers of the Daughters of Isis and other renditions under the tion.
ince Hall Grand Masters. !bill to limit the jurisiction Direction of Relford Patterson.
Booker T. Alexander, Imperial of the United States Supreme 1 NEGRO ON The show, entitled "Jubilee,"
Court has been described will also feature the Music Hall Call TAYLOR
[>otenate, Detroit, in announcing as a
possible "opening in CIVIL RIGHTS Rockettes and the de Bal-
e program for dispersal of the wedge a determined Corps I
hrine Imperial Council funds effort to destroy the COMMITTEEWashington let.Over FR 91703PAUL'S
aid this was another step in therganization's effectiveness" of our judicial sys- 20 years ago the Tus-

"faith in Negro enterprise tem. (CNSAfter I
The bill in question is S.2646
In our democracy. He conferring with Gov. Price Dan-
urther pointed out "this act (introduced by Senator Jenner of iel of Texas, Robert G. Storey, FAMOUS BAR-B-QUE
ould again attest to the fact Indiana), which would deprivethe vice chairman of the Civil Rights
at Shriners believe In commun U. S. Supreme Court of jur- Commission, appointed! nine
fty enterprise, live their faith In isdiction in the following areas: I I I members to the advisory com- 1432 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-9205

egro efforts to achieve, and 1. Actions of Congressional mittee "with little difficulty and (Cor. N.W. 3rd Ave. & 14th Terr.) F ?'
ully support all progress in committees; no objections." One Mack Han-
etterment." 2. Actions of governmental I(I nah Jr., a Texas realtor and The Finest in
Alexander said that deposits agencies board chairman of Texas Southern -
established by Congress
ould be made in the Carver to deal with subversion among I University, is a Negro. Other BAR.B.CUE 'RIBS CHICKENFREE
avings Bank, Savannah; Citizens employees of the executive members are oil men, ranchers, GIFT WITH EACH
avings Bank, and Trust Co., Branch of Government; presidents of corporations and $1.50 OR MORE DELIVERY ORDER t
ashville; Citizens and Southern 3. State laws one university president.The .
dealing with
ank and Trust Co., Philadelphia subversion within the state's borders commission also appointed OPEN ALL NIGHT FRI. AND SAT.
Consolidated Bank and Trust Co., an advisory committee in In-
Richmond, Va.; Crown Savings ; diana. Free Delivery Service
Bank, Newport News; The Douglas 4. Regulations of school boards
Jack Richardson
State Bank, Kansas City; In- dealing with subversion among -- Mgr.

dustrial Bank, Washington; Mechanics teachers;
and Farmers Bank, Dur- 5. State provisions dealing with SUDDENLY. .
ham, N.C.; Tri-State Bank of i the admission of lawyers to prac-
Memphis, and Victory Savings tice. YOU'RE IN STYLE

I This bill it has been said -
I might "lead to the possibility of FOR INDOOR
Clean-up Project unrestrained action !by state SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

(Wins Virrick AwardFirst government against any group
that might at the time be in dis- PSYCHIC READER
:prize in the annual Eliz- favor." 1

abeth Virrick Award, sponsoredby Since Negroes in states such as
the National Council of Mississippi and portions of Alabama Wiwith
Christians and Jews, has been and Louisiana are denied
won by the Sociology class of the right to vote, they conse-
[ Booker T. Washington High. The quently are denied normal political -
surprising decision of the judgeswas redress and have as their IIolsumxC
given Mr. Simmons May 14. only ultimate recourse against
No information has been released oppressive unconstitutional acts y M, F
regarding the type of awardto the United States Supreme Court.
be received. Under the bill's provisions,

The centered local school boards could unrestrainedly -
project was
around unhealthy conditions in penalize teachers for 2
the community, entitled "Project belonging to organizations suchas
Clean-up.M The class was divided the NAACP, while local and
in groups with individual state boards could penalize law-
projects including publication of yers for acting in opposition to
the project through communication laws already declared unconsti- : '
tutional by the U. S. Supreme
media Radio Station
Let my years of Experience guide and protect you through
WCKT, posters and interviews. Court.
the ship In a storm
as a Lighthouse guides
Trips were made to interview city

commissioners, sanitation per- At Photojournalism WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
sonnel and citizens in support of
the campaign. The group com- ConferenceThree For Success in Business And Love

piled the information, picturesand CONSULT HER -
interviews and made a persons represented Fla You have home made happy
O can now
to be the your
scrapbook judged by A&ftl University at the second
committee. All material depictedthe annual photojournalism confer- : O Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
extent of ,the investigationand ence sponsored by the American O Don't Stay in the rut get out now
results of "Project Clean-up. I Society of Magazine Photographers O By the help of God she can help you
and the University of Miami :
I held recently. Remove evil influence, if you are lick, worried or in
They were James Walden chief

SWEET SHOPA photographer, The '58 Rattler .. will pay you to ellI and tee this Gifted Medium First
yearbook; Dr. E. O. Minor, graphic -
FULL LINE OF GROCERIES arts specialist, and designerof .fwAUn Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can

COLD CUTS COSMETICS the Rattlers' cover and division be touched by this strange mysterious power
pages; and C. J. Smith, II, chairman WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
208 N.W. 10th St. The Rattler faculty advis-
same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel
ory board.
of old le still alive today and will open a way for you throughthe
troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead you or

you stumble with him.
Attention: Now Reopening

Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see

Miami's Wonder Lady What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that make

Nationally Knownl Highly R.comm.nddl Wireless, , Telephone, Radio and Television possible,

A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark

LIFE READER co........- !! earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"

ADVISOR BORN WITH POWERI .A..U'IA.o.Mo.t. tone Therefore, acquaint yourself r --' '"-

HELP YOU with the one who U an
authority. Whose private y
Remember I am a TRUE READER . and you're alwaysin consultation will evolve you / %..

BORN WITH POWER good taste when you to a higher state of mind.AlllnEormation ; '
YOUR LUCKY DAYS serve IIolsum-thc is l -

State and County Premium Quality y
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wish to know without askIng Bread. Enjoy Ilolsum's
Tells any and everything you \
of friend and .".'"I" Office Hours: 0 .m.-8 p.m. ,'
any question. Gives you ; quality goodness todayat f
Give true and never falling advice on all affairs! of life. Sunday: 10 a.m. to 1 pjn.Don't i4,
this psychic It once. I no extra coat. '
worried, troubled or In doubt consult Write-Call In Person

do not call at your home.
DON'T BE DISCOURAGED If you have failed\ to find help

'II do what other claim to do. No one In Trouble Turned Awayl 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
COME WITH OR WITHOUT MONEY. Private and Confidential HolsumBread
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WORKERS TO Conference MeetsThe 1"1 -. - _u_ _ _ ..jI , ,

MEET AT ST. 1958 state conference for .Baccalaureate exercises were teacher-principal of Grace Jones ,
adults of the VWCA was held held Sunday May 25 at Elementary School, Marathon; 2
AGNES 18 at the Prestoyter- I t ,
May 17 and Douglass High School gym. sisters, Mrs. Vandelean Edwards $
ian Conference Ground in Lake The Rev. W. H. Zanders, pas and Mrs. Ernestine Welters; two ,
l The'' National Conference of The conference was alblft I and
Placid. of Bethel AMB Church, brothers, A. L. Saunders, a
Church Workers will hold its. to improve its structure with the preached tor a wonderful sermon to Earl Neely; two aunts, Miss Edna
Pr'econventiofttrlennJ.a1 meeting aid of Miss Charliss Clarke, a present Kemp, and Miss MizpahKemp
at' Church, Oct. 1 worker of the the graduates.' Everyone
Sfftttjknls National staff several ..nieces, nephewsand 1
to 3. The Bv Thomas W. Logan, Southern region. Many changeswere enjoyed his sermon.. other relatives.
rector of Calvary Church, Philadelphia made in order that the Funeral arrangements are Under 1t
Is president of the con- Florida conference might be 88 RECEIVE DIPLOMAS the direction of the M. S.
ference. carried on in keeping with national Commencement exercises were Allen Funeral Home.
The conference is designed to policies of the YWCA. The held on May 29 at Douglass' gym /
bring together all the colored I conference abolished its constitution The Rev. E. E. Snow, pastor of A Thought for the week: '
clergy and lay delegates from all and accepted "lRules/ 0'1Procedure" First Methodist Church delivered If you want to be seen stand up,
the Parishes and Missions in the as its form of gov- the address. If you want to be heard spea up,
United States. ernment. If you want to be liked shut up!
Three members of the Businessand The following candidates received t
The conference will open with Professional Women's Clubof their diplomas: c
solemn evensong on Wednesday Murrell Branch YWCA were
bight. The Rev. Tollie C. Caution, in attendance. These persons Carlton Allen, Phillip Allen New Kindergarten To whom it may concern: Thisis
DD., assistant secretary divisionof were: Mrs. Zelma Black, Mrs. Charles Brown, Robert Burgohy I to certify that Ill. Eddie E.
Domestic Missions, New York, Gwendolyn Dullard, and Miss Jr., Austin Butler, Carl. Clare, OpensThe Williams, 32nd degree, has been I
will deliver the keynote message. Gloria Braynon, Miss Enid Curtis Marvin Deane, Cyril Fisher, St. John Tot Center is now commissioned as District Deputy
Welcome addresses will be given staff member, was also pres- William Gallagher, James Hag- open for service. If you iwant the Grand Mastor. He also can go out 1
by the rector of St. Agnes "nt. The following officers were gins, Raymond Lightfourn, Alex- best for your child of pie-school of Dade County.I .
Church,. the Rev John Culmer, elected to serve next year: Miss ander Pla, Oscar Roberts, Ron- age kindly avail yourselves of for
Geneva Guvton, president, Jacksonville << ald Sands, James Sawyer, Robert am asking your coopera-
and the Rt. Rev. Henry I. Lout- our services. Our faculty members tion. My address is 2170 RutlandSt.
tit on the morning of the second ; Miss Gertrude Mew, Sawyer, Randolph Storr (vale- are well trained and ex Opa ocka. Let work together t
day. President Logan will deliver vice president,. Miami Central; dictorian), Cecil Terry, Joseph perienced. .Mrs. Beatrice Cox, in us t
his triennial address at 10 Mrs. Zelma Black, secretary, MIami Williams, Alvin Tynes, Rendal- supervisor; Mrs. Cupddine Dean, unity. 6
am and then' appoint Workshop. Branch. do Valdez, Wendell Wheeler principal. For information call Your friend and brother in r
Committees..1 'Mr. Theo 'Black( husband of Phyllis Allen, Shirley Butler, PL 7-8344; FR 1-8488; FS 13212. Christ and the Fraternity.
Mrs. Black, accompanied the Sarah Carey, Almoveta Castillo, M31
A banquet honoring all clergy- ladies on the trip and did most Gladys I iFdris-usdn.- Bettv Harris.. Deputy Eddie E. WilliamsC.
men who have served the church pf the driving. |IRe 'was housed at Victorine Laurie, Judy Manuel, H. Henry, 33 Deg.G. .
40 or more years will be givenIn the conference center. Mattie McCullough, Judith Pla, M. Fla.
the Parish Hall at 7 p.m. The All persons in attendance reported Virla Rolle, Arthurine Sands,, Advertise It Pays! May 5, 1958.
Rev. J. W. Nicholson, Ph.D, having a delightful stayat Juanita Saunders (salutatorian),
rector of All Saints Church, St. the Presbyterian( Conference Audrey Sawyer, and Jenna Mae
I' Louis, Mo., will be the (principal Ground, and recommend it to Valdez.

speaker. groups or individuals who would HH Largest SelectionHANDBAGS :
Solemn High Mass will be like to have conferences or a va- Mrs. Yvonne Sawyer of West
( Palm Beach was in the city to
celebrated the
on morning of cation.Zelma
the third day at 7 am. The session Black, presient attend the graduation. of her A Df X
of the conference will be JoAnn Spence, reporterMETROPOLITAN daughter, Audrey Mrs. Sawyer
''I resumed at 10 am when reports I.s the daughter of :Mrs. Rowena Jj Luggage Billfolds
II : of the Workshop Comrtit- A. M. E Pinder. Accompanying her to I
tee will be made and discussed Rev. H. M. Salmon pastor Key West was her brotherinlaw Brief Bags Gifts
\ until the afternoon adjournment. R.C. Bellamy.Mr. .

t Feast Friday services night will, held (Love at 8 -" and Mrs.. Arthur Sands of 16 W. Flagler StreetNext

. j I o'clock. Miami, were in the city attending
i Drive Carefully! SUnday services are expected the graduation of their two ( to A. S. Beck .& Good Friend Store)
: children, Arthurine and Ronald.

\\ : SEABOARD MEDICAL CENTER Lane Gerald, died Mingo at Monroe, 714 Windsor General (\

Hospital Wednesday, May 20
funeral services will be conducted [lANDFather's
''I 1: 2186 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone FR 3.2691 on Sunday, June 1 at 2:30:
r.. \ >.m. from Bethel AME Church,
\ Rev. W. H. Zanders officiating.He Day..
\ HOURS: 9 to 6
a.m. p.m.
leaves to mourn, a daughter -
I I! i! DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Mrs. Geraldine Mingo Laster; GIFTS

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II to Morning services will 'begin at Sisk: 1
I 11 o'clock. Music will !be furnished -
I'l''' BEN H. ATKINSON, JR., D.D.S. by choir No. 2 and the Teen- HANDBAGS
'j . age choir. The pastor has prepared Plus TaxLADIES'
for our spiritual enrichment,

; ....ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE a veery soul stirring sermon. You Values to 5.00 ..................... .. .....
': Will certainly enjoy the message
FOFJtTHE,j GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY delivered /by this man of God. - .
The same delightful servicesare
,I I'' OF-ICB'HOURS: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m .. 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. in store for u at the evening
worship, when the will
I' pastor
by Appointment
again bring to us another of his
i dynamic sermons. The public is LUGGAGE 699
6705 N W. 15th Avenue Phone PL 7.5601 cordially invited to visit with usa
\ t all times.

choir Sunday afternoon from 4 to 6 Values to $14.95. ...............................
: No. 2 is sponsoring a Tropical -
Sip at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Francis, 2030 NW

Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.-By Appointment

SERVICES:-Swedish MMMQM, Whirlpool Oaths, Therapeutic LuggagePlus
Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor
Bath, Colonlo Irrlflttlons, lEIeotronlo Spot 'Reducing Electronic Oretha Holder reporter TaxValues
Facials, Facial Massage and Packs, Light Therapy, Toning
Therapy, ,Rubdown., .Rehabllftatlon Therapy, Mechanical I .J for he is good his mercy endur-
Sue Harris, R.N., P.T, Director Willie C. Coffee, Masseurer eth forever. In keeping this passage "
\ of the scripture the serviceat Open 9:30: a.m. dally
Phone FR .4-3381 276 N.W. 6th Street our church began with the 1

SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN (HOTEL: Sunday School at 9:40: with Bro. Monday ,and Friday I 1 1i
Mann in charge. The school was i CJ' 1
of large attendance.At Open til 9 p.m. '
11 a.m. devotional service )
'was conducted by the deacons.
Music for the morning was ren FREE GOLD
DOUGLAS ROAD CLINIC dered by the number two choir
who sang from their souls. The INITIALS

3197. Douglas Road, Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla. church was filled to its capacity. III
I Sunday afternoon 3:00: pm. the On All Luggjage
The General Clinic I I. well equipped and offer you excellent Junior Church celebrated Its .

CllnlcaLand. Medical Service for the car and treatment of all First anniversary which was a Purchases
grand success. Special thanks to
i' Illneee, .lSI......, bodily injuries and physical disorder of all junior churches who appeared SHOP TODAY ;AT

all type for the entire family. Pr..Marital Blood test, .lealth on the program and...made the .
whole ceremony an enjoyableand APEX HANDBAGS
Cards and Workmen's Condensation Insurance Case. memorable one.
Sunday night service was con- [ LUGGAGE
Off o* Hours 12 noon to 9 p.m. Dally except Sunday ducted by the deacons. The message 16 W. Flagler \Street I BILLFOLDS
"Peace! ," was delivered Miami'
by i It.
24 Hour Phone Service Dr. James T. Rots the pastor. BRIEF BAGS
Next to A. S, Beck and
; :, Phone Hlland 8-2310 Director In our prayers let us remember Goodfrlend GIFTSTRE '"
the sick and those In need of i )',Stars. :"1 L
spiritual guidance.

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CARDS MEMORIALS The >ftwiQy a-t* !aeiv i, 5ATU5 AT. MAT"T&a -PA.i-.J3.

3JI K L\TfUCS JL MONOJS.&nr .. i. '

- I\k""wli\; 'wait Era.i1.a a.a

sincere a& ekkat t ,, '-s: sfaOtt

IN MEMORIAM 1 IN MEMORIAM ate,t oia", t f hUIIUtc. : ac t.Jc a. . .

rf cat eland : Doty star I Itt \\ the nthafc tae '
tn roejaJCF: AWhtb*>ryf our 1.iwtr. lorMRS. letters "t oond DEATHS 1:1
the ] 4eeces e .Qm ae adJigC Qua
father 'a1'R'I'S i tttg nwther. INnd"'M.'thc-r 1MI :
AA'I' th"v extent dtarewer ha attt I wee 6It 3tTtq .lB attv
SIR. I. ,T U\i n"' r. ?
who deported tikfe; M* M y ST.ts . CAUOIJMK ) .1r.\1\mt ree t. siasiaeeetsnC s-.
1 l .1..L Q ectat $ to Ft Joisa 2L: Range ...... he!g ::. thee
. .
1955.He joee hat neat fcta.lov Mho \WU'hi this \wrKJ into Cutaxr.Mrs.' bardti' r. el = 1 ?? 3ta ;

We jot bi* God tore tfee*: eternity M"t 1941.! It lu and t.m .Mrs.of Jaaee. the EIts :eha c:: aC :!B5 :t'RBt SiBl .._rfnc _

beSt Sleep oo dear Stfeex; b 'U seven )\\xra skit Gad took FhyiIs' Wheeeiey sL s riuenrf, : d saar'eiL 1 ttcrd. a2S. -
Lula Wbiite. wifIt you honw t<> rest.S.tktier and Liberty City ire fIIiKY at : ion BantfaC3L. : : herMny .. ?awe .:'uItDIaIa:: :tIrft3IL
And Ct ea of Christ well don (chools. and e.recsaht. the me g. Be !r far t J1miIIa: 3iz
bon of RktoocdMay L esgs, sat '::tamu Yz 1t. _
Ftdise be thy new M \l\'). wz Ta'if AL. s.erth
God blest and
its zL_ eeth and as. Suit of
whit"tt'l'nll ages run. always.CJnuel. 3a t t bar SUSBEVrf s ?
IN MEMORIAMIn Rest in 'lean tti hers 1Inami.X3. t&
thy, SavKxur's Joy. H. MXJCT,; JdrARD < n
ThiN at midnight wine 9awatt mil .!.:fa' -=-
sad but 3o i2 t memory ..ot, He started up to her Lr .. JII'IF1II' : : IU.Ul2l.E9' oaf aCtr
lour dear s xher. A mortal 3 X.
arrow pierced his frame
ELLA JJMaSSOCf He fell, but feat no fear OF THANKSTtw ea' ::9: 3THT itt sC> apC 6IIf .lit

I who departed this fefe My 23. Clark Rutsell son : : he PaerszL: eesars woos

1957. Milton G, Russell, son frnCy" cf the eta: to c.r.xm.: .1a. 32r rrnir Send XI:7: x.. 2 lath SI: tie
I Friends may: tJtsJk one bier !for Edward '\.'i at bocs 3'tu etsL3ae mm...
I Russell sea take this secbcd cf e3jrssiai :: -' .
gotten 1b. : Jar n SaZI -o ffeaaa
flea 1... Roberts, daughter 3i&ata 1cJ
When at tsaes ISey see us scu>, thanks to their marry f ems 3ar .
Marie M Green, daughter N:r 1t ai3e E eat .sootZcLlL
I But they tit::< sow the hedrt1 Miser E. Dates daughter cards, fkculik; decatama: andother : Nay X toSawsut JBZyrrmf .11 c... ::tis..
1 tokens of syn_ at "duz'ng .. 'h .f
aches, Annie O. Jones, daughter erendeef if 3Y iTier!! *, e&w wine are
Our srsilej: he a S while. Grave... Toles, daughter their berearaaectsrvQiUy ate :3n znnedate _"'_ s She !Zh! 1L sciaaw at
I Mrs Deck Murray and do try thank! 3t. :3 mr'&m' one ens-aw. :: .asua : .. =-
Edd n h.eL
>e Green $\. -m.13w :veQ JC :
I E. King and the iiajtfccrs at Xri .1DItRicardscc atlter rsisstires
brother ard sisters stiH wish to Joe Jones, scn-m-law 3cnz? JIIr'r.JS writ bat =
thank heir aaaay frteads ice court and Sri xe* the ;atar .
I Key West nzmzr P'=day wsmf atat
and m znbers: of Tesapie BarestCfcorcts.
< :
kindnesses darasj their bereire-
J ;.a. the rg:, mIf. .
ifc* rraacs T meaL
cent IN MEMORIAMIn Horne, wmrr!.: :.]t Wcctsa Ctm IR:' aesv he m .:uo.r 3nauu.: UU ::3f aaetr'-
S5tUI-tc M i XT at 31 .
& cSt.
Pulpit Aid Beard and the 3cae :II. J>;t. 2 .fifi :itxe ,;hI4te "'-.or
y Xiv L1mJUr Ca ,
IN MEMORIAMIn memory oi our darting son cf Sharon Cllx .nouns . !*isrtat m Z =- -.a
ln Cuu A. 3urraCakhea. It >
and brother, I Mrs. lain Asdrm,. ace : Ie :mtuCPl r.a.. QaL 3I'.iQP' :: S!

sai but torsaff zaeraory: ci -- - ---- Henry Stracbax ftntfa-r

lour dear sister amid:: issi. Joaa yf 3C5I TTTit hx
GLADYS PEDDCAXdeparted :: LULA RAYSOR '_ : P.f 3r nar all s.Ihr.1 :m'mt ___
this! We jf Jfc ami SCa.J2 :: W'arteraP
who May 57,
Y&f 5K 5e :a s d 3!' m
1957. BURIEDThe ate.. 2R7T D:1 sGnmor : Jsse+fit
:bmma. sr t atIIni
Sunset and: es stare anti imfcera met at aezimrmr.iuf : CriigiajGeorjB JItII.

|And one clear caH for za; body of Mrs Lala I'r. c SC f CBSfm. : .

Cd :may there! be DO naoardai:: pioneer Sdia=1 rernfcmn. Ito tie-f "ViKSiearfKy m.t
at the bar I I In Jackson Mineral Harp.faf. tt .*..LZetla, M t:: 1wm Paterv SH TUT'
hen I put cot to sea. A was Interred f la a BrT'wari Oca- :mt t JX tttsTTII

But such a bit as zacnnrx seems 1 : _ ty cemetery ScaJay i"wrnoca mat 3zt tttae'A'aae. 1m r4! Y -aL ms 1CIr; ::L
? !'raeI 'ass cvmeftnesat -
aj.eepi : May 25.Services. Ifc mtf Sfca. "VUllB S. X: Wotan
Too fxa for seized and: foam.; for the deceased aes of 5:rz: :''IT r.ct It.118d Za
aen that wtidi drew ices out held at Yee M cede crtCh'W"dt 24 at noel 3aitL BmaI : ,scat., CIag.r 'till: 3rr. TM sftirlc
the y 4M is Carver 8a s -n o matIn. ISusaI: :innl
bouccSess deep via arafticagt Iby 59 at Lta.-!: Y.tatXs.
Turns apt ?ttTn
May she rest 21 peace. charge. The ace hour CBTHUCB
Mrs. Louise Jctsscc: sister ., : pad tnbot to a '**& cscvn aidmdual. : X1r:7: Psaa .. = n-
a Francis . : 3iaes. )Marm Sled xc: itan*
Mrs. Ttefcra: :: Jchsscn ,TM who, darji.r her SCams
McDonald niece residence W'U aliard 1n. :1111 SCle Nora Stucltact rf O13 '.jit ]tar 35> sfup ft D dale oa

PallwarenCounty 1d other spiritual N' 1M Caart At tel. lied ]Lay t [ay ::J r brsaTJlmsmr

IN MEMORIAMIn temges.Having U1t Jlockaon Xni at 13s zbL
lament & 1:212 SWr.
serRcarn Sofef on3fcrr
;ivisj taesaory cf say darling .wed a 13I"3W7 : 53O =.a at Tcnpta .TttC =-, cda Ct7. was
mother for the ;*at year. Mrs, Baptist Qur. 2Ur, L. A. ':and Jutznt :n stun D. csnaLn :
Raysor ai sti f d herself wJitMacedcda Stars :II. apped to CsT n lL
- . a=d made rxcdd ut Surrtvnn 3Ia : *. jar bural. are a sutev :
ALSTO BACKSTITCH this area. Aadrws. and bintfiifr. BJenryi"Stnrtaa 'roAr" last Cawt
who departed this life May 2 6, Tacnapecn's South BruwirdFLneral a
of 9U; .auv and Jft'r&C
1957 Gone, but not forgotten( to Hoc !tad dury a of rare *- at:1I1"M at.C.t i Ii. Irs. r : %:'Ao W'

that home above. God knowtI T1nf. coin.Mrs. Lis JL, ape t:. sled ;A JUZQtfnL.
I how much we miss you, DeTer Surviving a iuatacii Tam :tied itaX em Yam :&I.r .

shall your memory fade. taring a soot Bin; a grandson Bill Xr. Zzraly" Sfrwmb at t443.VW ] aeir.scBS to be. csmmdttct-
thoughts shall always wander to and a boat of other relative and Ut plane lied! May Id at 4 iii ft"H the ffii are r C2aoD1 d

i the spot where you have laid friends: Ztcltxn: F.mpataL Jtacnl scrrices > s .tae 3.. : yjn wxtti :Neat :ainaaia.
j s'' f Mrs Gertrude Backstitch, J : .
-s me' held on 3Cay 5Z at .
mother I' Tnmty W' l yia ChurcJx Her.
1 Mrs. Jerry L. Johnson, sister I G orze Jabnacn (udcatinjf, Sur-
I Carr
Eugene Backstitch, brother 1 nvorJ are a niece, ]m. Ttonnc! I


acknowledges r with gratitude and ,.

sincere: appreciation the many PRIVATE FOR HIRE

kind and thoughtful deeds, cards,
flowers, tele-grams and condolences \ ---

In our hour of bereavement. Y Ambulance Service :
Special thanks to the North-

wwitern Vocational! School staff, .r j

frien/jj and nefgh }frI of Richmond ...... FRanklin 3-5900 .
J th Spiritual ."
Temple ot Truth, merchants -
ho! Guidance
departed this life M/ 30, -
956. and friends of the hop, ( DAVE CASH BEFORE TOO CALL

James Edward Eouftoel, ion May note blws you all
Mrs H. ''ecca Matthews

And Family


sad but love= tnJrMrf rAY CARD OF THANKS I. s- FsraI H... .
dear husband: TV family ut WM l late ... :
Mflfl KM11.Y .
who died May 'Jfl) and was burled The funeral of Mrs. WCh IrniaaRutterfleld (Zaior l- r1 t8R1tJ
wish b, thank the many
May 21, .nt.1
frlmli fur u"tI I 1'ttrrs of condoJnrt retired teacher .,sd. r & C L4 13ee asfssrersta
of J. A. Butterfleld. was held anWednesday i
and for drma-
., fl'mprs at the Mt %Jon Baptist -'
&J'm., Inn the f,.mlly. Wt es- Church, Her Edward f1 t l 1zthm Raa ., E.ed 1dasdset
cllJlI, wlxti to '.h.rrtt ''''v. J(,bnof -
The body
Graham officiating
WMly n
a'Pn Trinity Richardson,
was ihlpp d by the
ru.1. ,1firne
fh. r.n4"1.4 !
antS her birthplace
Mortuary to Ocala. -
for fh"lr, ,,,rvir.a.
rllJ"l'It (J'lIn'nlHIt for burial. Tn tnftS1dc 315 N.W.16h Street Plu FR 3-1440- -
Cfltll U lranl f, grant// r..p..w. .# .ltfJ will be conducted

ClcrrihiWALTON'S,' 'lwla, Irru1 Sloe I,. A. Andersen of that td'ty.'I'I
,,, n..t..tlvei frr/m out of tan :-
JuaIla, 'n, "I"{ m,
grand niece elud.d 1 .' fronrv :tow York Qty: !

(1 l.otga un/.II/ ,rand nfl"t.-. : Mr. and MM Mitchell batter ,

nM; Mr, ire i. I wlto< sister -A Ltetg ..s.rn'IDa Ltutt gRange
ff Mr J. A. Butt#:*fl !d and I II nutt!rfleld.frwn ! '
I 1
North Carolina: Dr. K&- Funeral Home

Uundrjrovi nth nuttrri.M. Mr, W. DnU.1
Dry Cl*""l'
SfI.ftft ,.1 lfmptoo, Jr. Dr. E. a C4CAM AND ATKACICPHOffESt West. 0......
Hampton fDr. Haroptcn i Is tt*

wonK or MANY cotont sister of. Mrs. Bott rf Jd). Mr.W PL 4-74' -PL 1-1331

e141Irrt"ysur'homett'te , D, DonaVi .o and sea fi-,
W. .1." elult/ Hrvl6 Use, usie 0>nJ I.

ER.AJU "Aft IhI Plek' Hd a.44e4ve1'Y 0Iirar: Eaa er, u..t -Drla.e raant L"
t"'JltftT) Mr, and Mw.O .
from DayV>na:
110 departed this! life Mey JIJ, 6823 N.W !tt/e, Ar. and ehfldrea
5J Cone bat not 111f"At). Phone| f'L 1-0107 George and CaroL Mn. ISe, nmU .
May be rest In gtsee, eM elder daughter: of ),(r.. and

Sadly m dst4, Mr, /, A. Buttarflald. I I
i 4rs. UI11an naftWu, wile


working hard with the chairman
r < GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. to bring you the best in enter-
I tainment. Keep reading ;yourpaper
James Culmer, pastor and keep up with your
'A2t"I Eddie Edwards, clerk church happenings.

\ Sunday School.............. 9:30: a.m. (Don't forget friends, youlre'
( Morning worship ............... 11:00: always welcome to worship withus.
Westminister Fellowship .... 6 p.m. .

FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. Our shut-ins Include the following
rh Af to Ctutrc : (Mrs. Florida (Butler, ,152

me C. J. Burney, pastor NW 6th st., Mrs. Ella Williams,
Claudia Wilson, reporter 1512 'NW 6th ct., Mrs. Carrie

Wright, 1936 NW 59th St., Mrs.
Through the blessings of the
Thomsena Stewart Jackson Memorial
Lord we were able to witness at Hospital, /Mrs. Elsie Griffin 1 J

Friendship another (glorious day 352 NW 7th St., Mrs. Sadie

THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper CORINTH BAPTISTMeets of services. We had a wonderful Jones, 1976 NW 4th ct. :
. Sunday School. The message wa

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1958 every 2nd and 4th Sunday delivered !by our pastor. His j
at Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist theme, "The Fire of God" was FIRST UNITARIAN 1

Church. really interesting.The i
Sunday School................... 9:30 delivered On Sunday, June 1 at 11 am. ,
evening message was -
I I. MT. SINAI BAPTIST BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe Morning worship ............. 11:30: visiting minister Rev. Glenn O. Canfield, minister ,
by a
Evening Service ..........*...... 7:30 of the First Unitarian Church located j
I; Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor Miami Baha'i Communitywill from St. Matthew Baptist
{ hold its regular public meeting Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor, Church, the Rev. H. :Brown. His on Dixie Highway at SW ,
rf Sunday School (!began on time at the Baha'i Center, 37 NW gospel preacher and successful text: "I am the Way. Both messages 29 Road, will speak on the subJect (

ill with its pre-devotional service. 11th Ave., 7:45: pm. Sunday, pastor. were delivered with power. "What Could be Worse than
It always carries an abundance for discus usual. Atomic War?" Church school and I
June' 1. The subject The other services were as
Ii Iii;i of interest, spiritual ferver and sion will be "The Search Fof St. Matthew AME Zion Our revival preaching service the adult forum meet at 10:30.: (
i t 'I activity. i Truth All races and faiths are 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. will begin Monday, June 2 thru George A. Herbert was elected !
t cordially invited to attend. June 13 with Rev. J. E. :McCrayof
The superintendent received Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor chairman of Community Giroup j
I .. : notice from our school, Florida Sunday School............... 9:45: 1m. Ocala, conducting. Don't miss No. 6 at their organizational
i I , Normal Industrial Memorial THE INCARNATIONFr. Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. At. meeting. A covered dish supper ((.
\ College that she (Mrs. L. E. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. You are welcome to come and will be held at his home, 3325 r
would be awarded the help us In saving souls. Remember 81st Wednesday
II Thomas) Veronica O'Rprry, reporter SW ave., on ,
Sarah Blocker honor award. ST. JAMES BAPTIST Friendship Baptist Church June 4, 6:30: pm. 1
June 1 the welcomes .
Trinity Sunday, you.EBENEZER
The entire church family and
graduating class of 320 from the 323 N.W. 14th St. The Tropical Drama Guild will
friends are rejoicing with her Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor
school will U METHODISTRev. "Thunr
Locally Northwestern high present a three-act play,
meritorious accomplishment. Services
'I' statewide and nationally.We guests at the annual :Mass for Sunday Sunday School........... 9:30: ajn. A. D. Hall, pastor der in the Morning," written by f
Seniors at the Church of the In Robert E. Sawyer, at the church 8
bid her God speed. Morning Worship ........ 11:00 a.m Ernestine Hanbrick reporterWe
; Homecoming at Mt. Sinai was i carnation. The faculty will ad- BTU .............................. 5:30: p.m. on Saturday, June 7, 8:15: p.m. I
: a great success. company the students. This se -- Evening Worship ........... 7:30: p.m. had a wonderful time In The play is a dramatic :presentas
vice will be held at 8 a.m. Visitors always welcome church throughout the day oa tion of the story of a Negro high t,
The worship service was feast At 11 a.m. Solemn High Mass Sunday. The Junior choir rendered school girl as she tries to attend I
ed upon throughout the day. The will be celebrated. (During this* NEW BETHEL BAPTIST music beautifully at both ser a previously all-white high: h
: pastor, during morning, was very service Rt. Rev. William I. vices. school. It is based upon similar

good in his sermon. At 3 p.m. our Moses, DD., Suffragan Bishop of 1571 N.W. 68th Terr. I The Sunday School Is still pro- instances where such an attempt f
: Thomas the Diocese will administer the Rev. G. Jones has been and shows J
:1 own Rev. E. M. graced pastor Thanks to the made, accurately -
l' the rostrum. He preached a soul ,Sacrament of Confirmation to a Sunday School........... 9:45: a.m. gressing rapidly. and sympathetically all C
i stirring sermon and Mt. Calvary's class of 17. This is the second Morning worship .................. 11:00: many wonderful teachers we the forces, personal and social, P
.................... 7:30 have.
t choir, along with their pastor, class presented by the Rev. Evening worship : I Rev. Hall accepted the membership which come to bear upon the actors -
members and friends, gave to Mt. Elisha Clarke this year. On Feu. in such a real-life drama. r..
of three to the
:, Sinai a beautiful service. 5, the Rt. Rev. Henry I. Loutitt ST. MATTHEW BAPTISTRev. Christian .family.converts Tickets may be purchased from f,

: Come one, come all and worship D.D. Bishop of the Diocese, cob- F. Clark the Tropical Drama Guild or by
N. pastor
I with us any time. You are firmed a class of 35. Rev. J. E. Monroe,, reporter Join In the fun as we ,go on a calling the church office, FRanko
welcome. straw ride to lin 47472. t:
tonight (Friday) ,
There vas been much favor
Here is something you can't Opa Locks, 16010 Bunche Park ii
able comment about the ,
; ST. MARY'S W. M. appear afford to miss. A Million Dollar School drive. It's the home of r
; ance of the newly painted church
< will be at St. Mat Mrs. Lenora Lewis Buses f
Wedding leave
I Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter floor. The paint >vlas furnished f
thew's Baptist Church, 361 NW the church at 7:30 and the admission

r Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor by :Mrs. Dorothy Sanford, at 3d a
q the labor by the laymen. Priest 17th St., Monday evening, June is $1.00 round trip. SUNDRIES
I ; 2, 8 o'clock sharp. You havebeen P
Sunday School began at the and
'I / congregation say, a big The Poinsettia Circle will have
;' usual hour with the superintendent thank seeing weddings:, but I will Headquarters for your P
you. of Tues-
I charge class meeting on 'I
l that have not MIAMI TIMES If live out
Marva Trotman in charge. assure you you seen you
I' The Baby Contest held at the day night.
J The lesson was reviewed by the one like this, directed by Mrs. Brownsville way c
Parish House on Monday night Parents: Don't forget to send
,; Rev. H. V. Stuart Doreen Sanders with Mrs. Ora- WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE C
enjoyed by a goodly number children to Youth Fellowship
was your
P The ;pastor was In charge of lee Haywood, co-director. WE SERVE
Jarrett took the each 7:30
Howard at
Baby Wednesday
1 : p.m.
11 service. He
the at
a.m. was first prize and baby Anthony I On the will administer Foremost Ice Cream
his best and the spirit was high. You will hear Master Samuel Sunday pastor
Everyone was blessed. No. 2 choir Pinder the second. Rolle and Elva Evans In a dramatic Holy Communion at I
with their organist, Mrs. U. Hlggs, Mrs. Julie Clarke attended the oration and piano playing I both services. You're invited to Phone NE 4.9441
I I Diocesan Woman's Auxiliary at its best.Sunday come out and enjoy a day of
I'I'I,' rendered music and No. 2 ushers 4338 N.W. 27th Ave. 1
,Training Conference held
board served. at worship The women of the
I I' ,I Camp Wingman, Avon Park night the Lord's Supper chruch are /busy now working J. FINCHER, Mgr.
The 7:00: p.m. devotional was Sunday, May 18 to Thursday will be administered. Cometo church are busy now making indf .(.
,;, led !by the ,pastor. Among our May 22. At this conference Mrs. St. Matthew's, the Church witha great preparation for Women'
; I visitors was ex-commissioner J. i Clarke served as organist. Out of message and the sweetest music Day comes July 20. Yes, the dateis
tll V. Brown of Nassau, who spoke the 65 attendants, Mrs. Clarkewas this side of heaven. June 20 for Women's Day at
j briefly. No. 1 choir rendered the only 11 egro. Ebenezer. Thirty-six captains are Advertise It Pays!

music and No. 1 ushers served. Mrs. Leonard Shears, past Wo TRINITY WESLEYANRev.
i man's Auxiliary treasurer and

i TRIUMPH CHURCH Mrs. Clarke motored to Avon George E. Johnson pastor AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
\ Park following the 11 a.m. SoleJU1 Mrs. Phyllis Andrews reporter
Prince H. Mobley, pastor High Mass at the Church of the Sunday School ................../. 9. &.In. ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000) To conform with
I Sister C. McKinney, reprter Incarnation. Mrs. Clarke report Morning worship .................... 11:00: Florida Law
that the conference Young People's Meeting 5 p.m
"Living by God's Laws" was was very
I If you have a driver' license, we can Insure you
the of the lesson Sun inspiring.You .
subject on
day past. Memory verse from I I are Invited to attend a tea ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR r

Deuteronomy 6:4-3.: Persons who and fashion show on Sunday 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. PAY AS YOU RIDE, with little' down and 8 months to paySERVICE
I I June 8 at the Parish Hall, corner
live godly live day in and day Phone FR 9-1424 !
out prosper in their souls and I 17th ave. and 9th st. This affair FIRST INS. AGENCYOpen
I become stable in spiritual things. is sponsored by Mrs. Thelma McDonald MASSES

: More than this, the faithful and I for the benefit of tbe Daily.........111..1..1.1.....1...... 8 ajn. Dally and Saturdays to I I
obedient father and mother are building Sunday.......... 7 ajn. & 8:30 am. p.m.
going to pass this on to their fund.TUESDAY 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 95284JAMES'
children. If to NEW MT. MORIAHRev.
we hope see our Acolyte Practice .................... 6 f
children to- be! God
grow up WEDNESDAY A. I,. Shipp, pastor

fearing men and women, men and Low Mass ...................... 6:30: a.rn Doris L. Hayes reporter IIE!
women who walk dally with E
God, we fathers and mothers, Evensong Confirmation, Meditation Instruction and Visitors are always welcometo ) !t

must be constant in our obedience for Adults ..........:......... 8 p.m worship with us In all of our
to the Almighty. No one TirURSDAY services.

has ever disobeyed God without St. Mary's ChoirRehearsal Giving our honor to God's ser

;1 suffering the consequences.The ................ 5:30: pan. vice with an interestingly discussed
subject of the YPE Band FRIDAYSt. Sunday School lesson anda 5 & lOc STORE

;: was "Hear and Believe. Scrip Cecelia's Choir Guild large attendance as usual.
'JI" ture found John :52329. The Rehearsal.................. 8 p.m. The 11 a.m. service was Inspi 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481
,' lesson was .Interesting. Note: Masses on All Saint and J rational. Rev. N. D. Hall, visit r

I ? Holy Days ............................ 6 a.m ing minister from Oklahoma City I
: The evenintl voUonal service delivered from 2nd
,i'',,;' was conducted by Sis. Edwards. TEMPLE BAPTIST King, "Drive this and message go Forward, Tablecloths, e*. ........... 68* Bug Spray, can ...-...... 34* r

j The spirit of the Lord was really And the power of the Holy Plastic Drape, pr. ......... 1.00 Spray Gun, ea. ._...... 38* !
f ,c J';; I! I.' I present. The testimony meeting Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor Ghost showered the souls. Choir
Li was opened up by Sis R. Wil The Training Union will spoil No.2 and usher board No. 1 let Curtains, pr. .....__... 1.89 Towels, ea. ..._..__ 29* ,
I liams and many more followed. sor a "Trip Around The World the spirit use them. r
I The message for the Marshall was this evening (Friday). Bus will At 5:30: p.m. the president of Bedspreads, *a. ............ 1.89 Panties, pr. ...--..-_ 9* J

delivered by Mother L. leave the church ground at 8:00: the BTU is asking members and Plants, 'ea. ......_......... 35* Umbrellas, ea. i_..__ 1.98
r and Mother M. Williams. Both o'clock. Beat the heat by taking friends to join them and bring a
? ,+' messages 'were very Inspiring and this trip In the open air and en. bible. -.- I
full 'with the spirit. Mother Mar Joy yourself. Donation $1.000. Evening worship began at 7:00
IfJ shall's subject was "Hear and The usual Covenant Meetingwill p.m.. "God's Answer to Man's Dree materials, Simplicity Pattern, lace,, Dippers, thread,

Believe." Text St. John 52325. be at 11 ajn. Sunday. Tp Perplexity" was chosen and delivered needle, button, seam bindings, elastic, embroidery, crochet

Mother Williams' subject was Lord's Supper will be administered !by Rev. Shipp. The wigs threada and piece to embroider, drawer. carves, curtain,

t' "Why Call Me Lord, ord and Do both morning and even of the spirit poured out blessings. drape, rod, pans and dishes, oilcloth, picture.
t Not The Things Which I Say." ing and both choirs will serve. Please visit our Mother Mar .
Text St. Luke 6:46-49. We were All auxiliaries are reminded to shall who is seriously 111 at Jack 0
honored to have many visiting nake their quarterly report oil son Memorial Hospital.
I friends to worship with us on Sunday, June 8. MONEY ORDERS KEYS MADE I
Sunday night. Our pastor and Bro. T. Bonivy Is still at Mt.
Every day-7:45 a.m. to 7:30 p.m..Sat. til 9:30 p.m. Closed lun.I .
Elder West gave the closing ret Sinai Hospital. All are prayingfor Drive Carefully

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: IN OUR SCHOOLS I ca. .. 31, 1958 PAGE 15

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l grader from Miss Johnnie MaeAllen's of Mr. B. A. Jones' 5th grade
Northwestern board.A expenses for room and College, Alpha Gamma Chi So- class won fourth place. class.

rority scholarship.Daniel The Judges for the contest Culmination of the school closing -
. Nursing Program certificate is issued upon Ferguson, full tuition to
were Mrs. Elizabeth Pittman, activities for the sixth graders
satisfactory completion of the
OldThe Morris !Brown College. principal at Poincianna Park will be held on Thursday
5 course
and graduates
are Joseph Taylor FAMU scholar-
to take the Elementary School, (Mrs. Bonita night when we will have our
licensing examination
Practical Nursing pro. ship (athletic) 4 years. North and Mrs. Barbara Williams first annual "Class Night"
given by the State Board of
gram at Northwestern Senior Nursing. Eugene Cambridge( FAMU a teacher at Dorsey Junior Linnie W. Fannin principal
High School, was established In scholarship (athletic) 4 years. High School. Dorothy S. Sawyer reporter
1953. Two classes are admitted HOW TO APPLY John Hamilton FAMU scholarship On Monday May 28, all of the
each year: September and Febru Write or call the departmentof (athletic) 4 years. first graders along with their Poinciana ElementaryThe
ary. The school uses the clinical I Practical Nursing, Northwestern Charles Lester FAMU (ath- teachers and some of their parents -
facilities of the !Dade County Senior High School, 7007 NW letic) 4 years. visited Storyland, Florida third grade teachers ol
Hospital, Kendall, for the train- 12th Ave, Miami, Fla., Phone Willie Smart FAMU (athletic) and really had a wonderful time Poinciana, Park wish to express
ing of its students. The hospitalis PLaza 45491. 4 years. After making the round seeing their thanks to the parents and
accredited by the Joint Com- Earl Bush, FAMU (athletic) 4 Illustrations of the Mother teachers who were present Friday
mission on the Accreditation of G. W. CARVER HIGH years. Goose Rhymes and Fairyland night to witness the operetta
Hospials. An agreement is also Charles Hobbs, University ol stories, the groups enjoyed the "Hansel and Gretel" and all enjoyed -
maintained with the Douglas The Student Council recently Wisconsin scholarship, FAMU many rides and a variety of the encouraging remarks
Gardens, a Jewish Home for the held its annual election of offi- scholarship (athletic) 4 years, snacks. Leaving Storyland thegroup coming from our principal Mrs.E. .
I jged of Greater :Miami, for a cers. The candidates for Miss Edward Waters College scholar- motored to Sunland Park Pittman on how well our
I period of experience in the care Carver High 'were Joyce Lang, ship (athletic) 4 years. in Fort Louderdale via three children can face an audience.
of this type of patient. The Home Shirley Baldwin and Sondra Eugene Wells, Edward Waters Srey Hound buses where they Visit our school and your child
, for the Aged, is approved by the Johnson. The latter having won College scholarship (athletic) 4 enjoyed their deliciously packed or children's room. You are always
( State Board of Health. The schoolis the honor. years. lunches. welcome. We are asking aU
accredited the Candidates for Council officer of our parents and friends to
by State Boardof Joe L. Chandler. Edward Waters The patrol boys are getting
Nursing end approved by the were Constance Albury and College come out Wednesday morning.
I scholarship. ready for their annual picnic
State Board for Vocational Education Gwendolyn Bentley (president; Willie King, Edward Waters which will be held at Virginia May 28 and enjoy our May Day
activities. Make this must
and Linnie a
Jeanette Sherman
College scholarship (athletic.
) Beach on Saturday May 31 beginning on calendar.
Hobbs (vice president); Rosetta Charles :Fleming your
Edward Wa- at 9 a.m.
Thompson reporter
Edwards and Yours Truly (secre-
ters College
scholarship (athletic) Alese Gill, ,principal
I The length of the course is 12 tary.After .Bettye Davis. Set 11'In...._".. A..,....d Alexine DeLaney.. reporter
months Including vacation trhe days and days of rehearsal Dade County Math Teachers North Dade Adult

pre-clinical period is 18 weeks I the freshman class pre- Award. R. R. MOTONLast EducationAre
and the clinical Is 32 weeks. sented its play "Everybody'sCrazy Ellen Bethel reporter
During the pre-clinical phase, ," a three act comedy on week we celebrated Color you Interested in improving -
school hours are from 8:30: a an. i Friday May 23 in the auditor- LIBERTY CITY ELEM.The Day at Moton. How colorful was yourself educationally? Do
to 3 pjn. During the clinical ium.On the occasion with the Moton you wish to improve in English
phase the student is on duty 8 Monday night the senior Declamation Contest last family decked in red and white. mathematics science reading,
hours a day 5 days a week. class held its class night in the week proved to be very interesting Previous to the Color Day History pre-high school book
Clinical experiences: are offer- auditorium. and exciting. Participants program Mrs. Fannie McPhersonand keeping, typing and clothing con-
ed in medical and surgical nurs- | Some of the soholarships giv- from the fourth, fifth and sixth her third ,grade class presented struction? Do you want to earn
ing, maternity nursing, care of I en were Runell Bryant, a com- grades were: Mae Linda Jones a playlet entitled "Classroom ; a high school diploma in the
children and care of the elderly plete course at Sunlight Beauty Aussireta Mathews Glenn Green Clinic." It included all areas of evening at North Dade?
person. \School. Alfred Scott, Eugene Williams work in the classroom and was If you are interested, please

The cost of the course: $1.00 Ernestine Melton (valedictorian and Carol D. Smith. enjoyed by all. school come to and North got Dade all Jr.-Sr information high

registration fee, $2.00 applicationfee ), Kate Dean Award, Leach The participants in the contest The Student Council sponsoredthe needed for adult education and
and $30 laboratory fee, $10 Art and Culture Club and Dil- chose interesting subjects such as ,part of the program that Included evening high school. This pro-
of which is payable at the timeof lard University Scholarship. "The Negro Mother, "Give Me the unveiling of a por- gram is for adults in our com-
registration, $5.00 per month Gloria Gibson, Clajtyc College Men," "When My Grandma Went trait of Dr. Robert Russa Moton. munity. Let's go to school and
until the balance is paid. The Scholarship, Talladcga Collegeand to School," "The Earl King," and Our art consultant, Mr. Leroy keep up with our children.
initial $10 laboratory fee is not a Delta Sigma Theta Soror- 'I'm Here to Stay. The first Daniels, made the oil painting The only cost Is a registration
refundable. Uniforms must be ity Scholarship. prize winner was Eugene Williams from a photograph of Dr. Moton. fee of $1.00 subjectWANT
_. per
Wilbert Wilson, Dr. and Mrs a sixth 'rA / 1
furnished by the students. Uni- grader from Mrs. it is tru y a superb work vi; art.
forms, shoes, and hose will total H Warner scholarship to any Gladys Robinson's class; Mae This was preceded by the TO BUY HOME
approximately $40. A stipend is// college In the United States for Linda Jones, a fourth grader meaning of our. colors discussedand
paid by the Dade County Hospital I four years. from Mrs. Elry T. Sands class listening to the reading of Or small income property. All
during the clinical period.' Paul Moore, [Lincoln Univer- won second place; third place the life story of Dr. Moton. cash, if necessary. I
The school has no dormitory fa-I sity scholarship. went to Carol D. Smith, a sixth Mrs. Fannin Installed the pres- PHONE FRED WILSONFR
cilities. Stuents who live beyond I Evely Gaymon :full tuition grader from Mrs. Ruth Jones' ident of the Student Council for 3-4926 Days.
commuting distance will have scholarship to Morris Brown class and Glenn Green a fifth next year. He is Joshua Merritt J7

Below are several more old buildings in Miami's ern structure which now occupies the same location

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

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I THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper Phi Delta,Kappa ,.Sorority at Payne Chapel AMB. Thank YouWe
, .. Church, West Palm Beach, Rev.
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1958 News I.J. B. Bladcnell, the pastor, / wish to extend thanks to
I !preach*! an inspiring sermon. our many friends who were so
r I Founders' Day observance be- I Soror Leila R. WilUam. "'renI !kind and thoughtful in sending
: gan with the public :meeting dered a solo, as usual she thrilled cards and flowers to my husband,
ti 1: Cafeteria Manager Honored, Tuesday evening, May 20 at the I her audience. >J: A. L. Bivins, while be. was at the
___ home of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Mt. Sinai Hospital. I am happy:
\ i Williams! : 1370 NW 6th ave. A Following morning service we to say he is convalescing at home.
l\i. large number! of visitors and 'went to Coleman's Restaurant Mrs. Florence Bivins
friends were in attendance.The where we enjoyed a delicious
I guest speaker, Mrs. Melox, luncheon. I Drive CarefullyFor
! I II an instructor at the University of Lois Hicks, reporter I
Miami, was Quite informativeand
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interesting. She brought sev-
I i ,' at eral of her friends with her. The
r t t4 question and answer period was Pick-up and -Delivery Service on Prescriptions
, ; .' also interesting.
I : i 3 !(Mrs. Harolean Storr and Bald-
\ win Hepburn thrilled the audi- Service Drug Store
tI R ence with their melodius voices.
i Dr. Carl Yeager Jr., kept the
iI I audience well entertained while "PRESCRIPTION COMPOUNDING SPECIALISTS"
refreshments were being served.
i r r i Saturday night the impressive Sundries Gifts Patent Medicines Greeting Cards
candle lighting service and clos-
: cI ed banquet were held at Jackson SIDNEY T. COX, Registered Pharmacist
; ;
Toddle Inn. Sorors Jackson and
Ingram were hostesses. 1240 N.W. Third Ave. '.. .Phone FRanklin 3-2932
I .. Sunday morning members worshipped -
jointly with Beta Kappa -
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nition to Mrs. Cleo Moore,
! I i: Northwestern's cafeteria mana- f v
ger, came as a total surprise to
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IIf: ''JIi her and her staff last May 15. '" i I
Because of her efficient supervision -
Ii, Northwesterners have been ;
d di able to receive varied well-bal-
i, i anced tasty dishes, unsurpassedand
unheard of by many other
'i'i'r schools a comment which come
i i from several exchange students, bl If I IW Ir
Ii intern students and visitors. f
Aside from this she and her
'. .; c4-t ?.j.jW staff have initiated a "Teacher of
I the Month" project which placesin
,; the limelight each month, the
t instructed who excels in the sup-
t ervision of his of her class dur-
: ing the lunch period. I

fJ \ .' Mrs. Moore's enthusiasm and I
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.: pertness in the field of of dietet- t I
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staff the respect of all persons
!t ;i"l" SISTER DOLLIE M. ,HUKINS that eat at Northwestern morn WHY PAY RENT ?
II' ing, noon and night. Alfred Giv-
No. 1
Pall Bearers' Association
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7 i I son, newly elected president of
of America held its 26th
\ the Student ,
; Council for 1959,
I annual session in the city of made the presentation.
Jacksonville, May 14-18. This ha !Northwestern's cafeteria staff,

held been In the its most history.glorious Praise session God all of Mesdames whom received Gertrude gifts,Wil-include I HURRY!! $495 DOWN HURRY!III !

for vailed.the peaceful spirit that pre liams, Arnie B. Gabriel Linnie

\ I i. Among the Seymour, Gracie Fowler, Lois- I '
was a teen White, Bernice McMillan,
I' Completely Furnished
resolution introduced
|by Sister
1. Carrie Johnson, Alice Culpepper (
Dollie Mae Mukins to
set aside
!' $100 as a scholarship fund, to Yvonia and Ethel Brown Edmonds, Helene; Miss Wright Ari-, Corner frame house Small but clean. Good for widow or ,couple.

I r has help finished some worthy high boy school or girl to go who to mena Kelley and James llosklns Only $16.50 per week pay's all, :with city water, 5 years old. Only :one

i college. Mrs. HuQdns was elected mortgage to pay-East of NW 17th Ave. Close Ito everything. ;Total I II
I I as founder and supervisor of the .$7,995. Hurry.
; Educational Department. Bryant, 265; averne Pratt, 295;
I Samuel Harris, 235. Judges were I
,I Our first oratorical contest was Miss Barbara J. Robinson, Mrs.

\, held Rev. at Cooper Jerusalem, pastor.Baptist Contestants Church- Dorothy Johnson. T. Wright, Mrs. F. T. I ONLY $895 DOWN FOR THIS BRAND NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS

I I were selected from among First award went to Laverne I Completely furnished CBS home ONLY 4595 DOWNon
I the 12th grade students of Matthew Pratt, $100. Other contestants N.W. 60th St. East of N.W. J7
Gilbert High School of received $5 each. 'I r, Ave. City ,wtater.' Total p 'r i ( e For these beautiful homes. Just
Jacksonville, Mrs. A. W. Warren All officers were re-elected for $8,995. Only one mortgage to pay. completed. Move right in, too closing .
director. L. L Alexander
I the next term.
District Commissioner, chairman Bro. Chas. H Ross, G. P. Good 'for couple )or Widow. ((Terrific costs. See (1545( 1553 N.E.
l' of Jax, was master of ceremony Sis. Emma Straohan, G.FJ5. buy. Must !see to appreciate. 151st Terr., North Miami Beach.
I Following are the names of the Sis. Dollie M Hukins, D. of E, Don't wait. Separate living room, ,dining :room,
contestants and the points they Bro. A. L. Thompson, beautiful kitchen, separate. entrance -
!,' made: Cassius Lewis, 260; Mattie G. Ch. Board Dir. to 3rd bedroom. ;fBurdine

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II I Clean and neat inside and out. :A 1-6 :p.m. Total price only .$12,500.

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LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN NW 79th St. Very large Landscaped. This price !Will pot to buses and .shopping.\ (good buy.
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