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35TH YEAR NO. '43 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 01, 1958 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES




I U of Pia. Graduate Schools Opened to Negroes





Gov. Collins, Rep. O rr Hail Decision . I

I Integration Suit Delayed Tallahassee Gov. LeRoy I has predicted that Florida State
Collins and Rep. John B. Orr University at Tallahassee will
: joined Negroes and White liber- also Integrate its graduate
als this week In hailing the de- schools. '
TRIAL TO RESUME '.a Pr' cision of Federal Judge Dozier I Pressure ,was being brought

AUGUST 18 HEREDade Devane Wednesday opening the I bear also on the University oi
doors of University of Florida 'Miami, supposedly a school with'a
graduate schools to all qualified liberal: ,policy. But PresidentJay
County's longpendingschool
Negroes. F. (Pearson said so far the
integration suit finally Judge Devane's order said that
UM had no plans to admit Ne-
came to trial Tuesday but groundto the State Board of Control shouldbe groes. However a heavy con-
a surprising halt Wednesdaywhen
enjoined from enforcing any centration of Jewish .people on
NAACP attorneys accusedthe policy, custom or usage in the the board will no doubt have a
board of having denied admittance -
graduate schools that restricted favorable effect.In .
of two Negro students admission to white persons only.
to White schools. Ills order said that all applications light of the court decision
After testimony Tuesday from for admission to the questions have been asked concerning -
School Superintendent Joe Hall, Mi'i' graduate schools shall /be. con- the future of ,graduate
members of the school board, d sidered on the ,qualifications of I tc POls"at, Florida 'A and M Uni-
parents of children bringing the \ w the applicants without discrimination versity. FAMU is little likely to
suit, and the students themselvesit because of race or color. be affected by the ruling but the
was never established that a His order applied only to the Doard of Control will be responsible -
Negro student had made an attempt '_ University of Florida but CollinsMorticians for any changes.of .
to register and had been
turned down. _

Robert L. Carter, NAACP _

counsel from New York, working Open
with local attorney G. E. Graves _
told the court he had just learn- _
ed that Theodore Gibson Jr., and
John Brown Jr., had been turned -
down. Meet Here

School board attorneys then On Jane, 1, Rev. Thedford For meritorious service (beyondthe
protested that this would change the Kingdom of
to
ordinary
Johnson. the progressive pastorof Members of the Florida Negro the Florida State Legislature
all aspects of their case and requested God unselfhh service as
through
the St. John Baptist Church Funeral Directors and Embalmers will be discussed !by the legisla-
a recess. Judge Joseph, in the
for activities
citizen
L. Lieb, slightly perturbed thatso of this city was cited for hit out- and Association, Inc., will con- tive committee.
support of democratic practicesand
sanding work in Kingdom Miami and, Miami
common a factor was over- inter-racial goodwill and verge on
looked, set August 18 as a dateto building, the award was presented understanding, this citation for I Beach for their annual ((34th) Ex-Miamian Electedto
to Dr. N.
him by Sylvester
continue the hearing. meeting beginning Tuesday, June
recognition is awared to
Williams, secretary of the Cleveland 24 thru 26. The spacious and
The Rev. Theodore( Gibson and The Reverend Thedford Johnson Mich. Board
Dr. J. O. !Brown, two of ,.seven .>., Ohio Organization. whose sterling character, courageous elaborate Mary Elizabeth Hotel
parents vtu filed the suit, are /The Award: The Church Civic leadership, and spirit of will be headquarters for the sessions -
key figures in the case which no League of Greater Cleveland brotherliness has added in 'bring display" and education

doubt will have affect on the entire Award of Merit for Kingdom I ing all races and classes together programs. ,
state. Building. in an (harmonious fellowship. The speakers this year will Include
Recognition given, this Twen T. M. Alexander} presi- '.: ;:
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dent of the Southeastern Fidelity
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ty-fourth day of April In the'
Co. of,Atlanta and Charles J.
year of our Lord, 1958, at Cleve-
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PTA Threat Shakes land, Ohio, by The Church Civic I Latimer, director of Bonders Ed-
League, in Annual Session of ucation and Research Departmentof
Awards assembled.N. Madison, Ax c. Mr. Latimar
Sylvester Williams, will speak on "The Psychological

Up Groue Residents Secretary Augers C. Hull Function Color in Mortuary of Cosmetics-Light Practices."and Ho F 1 J

Director will remain throughout the sessions

Besides being pastor of one of and conduct workshops foi
A wide awake Carver High On a motion by Mrs Helena J. Miami's largest churches Rev. the Educational Program of the

School Parent-Teacher Association Vosloh, the board voted to set up, Johnson serves the community as association.
has thrown an Integrationscare a meeting with city commission- president of the Baptist Ministers Another great feature of the
into Coconut Grove White 'erg, City Manager Arthur Evans, Council, he is a board memberof program will be speakers from
residents. the school board and school administrators the Bahamian Missionary and Epsilon Nu Delta, the great more
A continuing growing (school to discuss the prob- Educational work for the Foreign tuary fraternity. Miss Lillie M.
enrollment and the Inadequacy of lem. Mission Board of the National Durr, secretary of Alpha chapterof +
the school playground and cam Baptist Convention, Inc. of the fraternity of Chicago 4 r
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states that the National Oslssis
pus space has led to a serious America, in the Bahama Islands
situation. 2 MIAMIANS ON He has traveled In 28 countries will send a speaker, for the meet- James J, Collie, son of Mr.

Austin J. Scott softspokenbut including ''the Holy Land and ing.The and (Mrs James G Collie of 1405
militant ,,resident of h* PTA ,CIVIL RIGHTSCOMMISSION 'Mission Fields in Africa. Dade County Mortician's NW 8th 'place, -was recently
Association made
elaborate
has elected to term
a three-year on
calmly told. the school board:
plans for entertainment of the board of education in' Dear-
think if do
"Some parents we the! gucstt. This entertainment born, Mich. Collie became the
not get adequate facilities where Tot Swallows
Includes a moonlight boat ride first Negro to be elected to a position -
the children now are, it would WASHINGTON
Two Mi- and formal
a dance at the Miami of that kind in the historyof
:..- be proper to enroll our children amians were named to a nine- Bayfront Auditorium.All the city. Collie led a field of

In schools" where proper facilities:. mao Florida Advisory Committee districts, of the state body, live candidates In district 8 of
exist. on Civil Rights Tuesday by theFederal Poison 1 DiesA will be represented at the confab the town with a total of 478 votes.
x Scott urged reconsideration ofa Civil Rights Commis- 1 says Oscar I. /iHllltnan, state A tie resulted for the other
June 4 decision not to fence sion. president and Jacksonville mortician. three-year tetms as two incumbents -
and use a proposed four-acre Staff Director Gordon Tiffany two-year-old girl died Tues The state executive secretary President Harry J. McKee -
playground area leased from the announced the appointment of day after swallowing rat poison George H. Cause of Bar- and Treasurer Gilbert G.
city for the school. Royal Castle chain owner William in her home 5000 SW 66th terr. tow, says he has heard from over Rushlau pond 431 votes apiece.
White neighbors of the school Singer, who only last week South Miami. 90 percent of the professional. A native of Miami and a graduate -
protected bitterly several months was named to the State Road Winifred L. Thomas died ,in members and each has Indicated of Booker T. WashingtonHigh
ago when the City of Miami Board and John B. Turner, Orange Variety Children's Hospital a day hi* desire to bt present. I School, Collie has been a
Water Department leased V*the State Oil executive and a after she swallowed the lethal New rules and regulations to resident of Dearborn for the past
property to the board. United Fund leader. poison. be presented to the next session I 10 years.
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_NAACP Balks at Showing Books .1 I.1i

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STATE COURT vancement of Colored People. 'pending in Judge Ray Pearson'/ said Graves MI cannot say They are:
;According to G. E. Graves, 'court to determine whether 15 whether .ive irijl produce the Rev Edward T. Graham' Rev.Theodore .
RULES TO OPEN .., Local. NAACP attorney, local officials 'I persons who refused to testify at records of the I Warns NAACP R. Gibson, prtaUest
: have not decided to open ,committee hearings in Miami chapter." the NAACP; O. E. Graves, attorney -
RECORDS .. their books to the committee."All I earlier this year should be held Sn. JohnjrTi&llant over the for the NAACP; Ruth Perry,
The State Supreme Court8.on the/Supreme Court did in contempt. verdict 'saj r. that,. the committee secretary; Jose Carbon, L e a'l\
Wednesday ruled that Sen. wag that th.eonY tttee. has the NAACP officials claimed ak he hearings, _which: bogged down Feldman, (Molly Solomon Erwin
Charley Johns' Investigate right to st ,pena individuals anal time that the committee's line ;01 here ,in February, would resume Stander, Jack Bailer, Bertha
committee has the right to'sub-2 records Whether or not tndh+t- questioning violated their .coadtutlonal early next month. Teplowj Helen Roserioff Anna
pena witnesses and records of duals' rights have been violated rights of free speech The February bearing produced Rosenblatt, Vernell P. Albury.
the Miami chapter of the National has not been determined." and assembly. show cause orders against 15 Harry Sohermer: and Phillip Sflifman. -
Association for the1d- Graves referred to a case, "Until that case Is decided persons who balked as witnesses .J


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PAGE 2 .,/ ? SATURDAY, JUNE 21,11958 i In-Around The Bahamas

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__ By A. H. McKENZIE '

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Sarah' McKinney, 35, was killed The Third- - Annual Cat IslandReza'tta

x instantly on May 30 when a on June 7 was quite a
,V throughthe thriller. Arthur' Town was the
shaft of lightning ripped
rAN, = roof of the house in which scene of the contest and spectators
thronged from all (parts of
Road. Ron-
she lived on Kemp
ald Mortimer, 47, was knocked the island, and a number from
4 around by the shock and suffered Nassau, including His Excellencythe

slight cuts, while 52-year-old Governor.
Rowena Woods was shocked and When the races were over
deafened. "Mis Cat Island," owned by the
King Brothers, was the winner
Funeral services for the late for the third year. Other boats A popular young singer in
Mrs. Betty Lotmore were held at participating were the Roredell: England is Miss Maxine Daniels
Christ Church Cathedral on June from the Lot, captained !by Edward who is somewhat of a regular

8. The 73-year-old woman diedon Stubbs, and "Sea Netta"captained fixture on the British' .Broadcasting -
June 4 as the result of an auto by Jafus Newbold;
radio and
of company's television -
McDonald's "Tiger"
Oznez
accident on May 30 when her
son, Arthur Hall, was also rer- Orange Creek; Capt.' Arnold programs. She is often
ioUsly injured. Aubrey Earle Strachan's "Patrol" from Gaitors; heard in the "Midday Music

Tegram, an American car parts Atheus Rolle's "Sea Sergent" Hall" program in the BBC's gen
vs form Old Bight; Archie Hepburn'
salesman is being held, charged
4 eral services
overseas a
"Ghost" from the Cove. A pro-
with manslaughter. The case will !:
&I 'iL be heard on June 18. Bot h number of dinghies appeared gram on which she made her first
: settlsmqnts. broadcast in 1955ANP.
various
_ cars were damaged !beyond re- from the I
The regatta is sponsored annually -
:;ai'1''
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by the Hon. H. G. Chris

_____ The Nassau Daily Tribune has tie, senior representative in the
_ NEED MONEY?
announced the award of He also gives most of the
t versity scholarship and two high Then Hurry to The
school scholarships. The univer- prizes and trophies.

sity award is to be in honor of fell Jamaica Candle ShopAt
Nathaniel Bosfield into the
4l the late Leon E. H. Dupuch,
.. founder and first editor of the hands of the law on Saturday, 6664 N.W. 15th Ave.
Tribune. One of the others will June 7 for doing the "numbers"businesr.

."""'WI1W/I' ,.,--- go to an Out bland student and Charged with carryingon Where hundreds are being helped
the other to a resident of Nassau a lottery and operating a weekly from the Jamaica Blessed
Two Junior Red Cross members I'' Kansas (by Eastern Airlines in the and will honor the late Very gambling house, the Blue (Hill OH and the Mystery dream seal
' from Dade County will leave interest arriving at the campon Rev. Chrysostom Sehreiner, OSB, Road tailor is under $2,800 bond. JAMAICA 8AM, Prop.
Saturday, June 14 for Goddard, I time. Their return trip will VF, Roman Catholic Apostle to His case will be called July 3. Come write or Call
Kansas, where they will attend be made by bus in order that they the Bahamas. PL 8-1354 Today
a Junior Red Cross Leadership may fee more of the US. while indf

Training Camp June 14 through traveling /between Kansas and Abram Moss, 17, son of Mr. REGISTER
June 21, Prof. Charles I* Williams Miami. and Mrs. Theophllus:; Moss, died
Junior Red Cross Secondary Prof Williams said (!Miss Ed- in an ambulance on the way to
Schools chairman in Dade, .wards and Jenkins were chosen a hospital after an automobile TODAY I Drive Carefully
announced.The I because of .their outstanding Jr. smash-up early that morning
two who will attend the Bed Cross leadership l oth stu- Daniel Coakley, also 17, who was ,
training center are: Rosette, R. dents have been presidents of in another car, was taken to the
Edwards, student at G. W. Car- their respective Junior Red hospital with :head injuries. Both REGISTER NOWJACKSON'S
ver High School, and daughterof Cross school councils cars are said to have been stolen -

Mrs. Sally (Edwards, 125 South --..... ..... I and were totally wrecked.
Dixie Highway, and Albert Jenkins I TODDLE INN
student at North Dade PUNPHUN I Deweese Pinder captain of the
High School, and son of Mr. and "Sailfish" and Richard Barr, a OFFERS AN EXPANDED SUMMER PROGRAM
Mrs. Arthur Vickers, 1840 (NW By PHIL 0880FER member of the crew, were injured

157th St.Allocation. ---- -- -- .... .... when an explosion ripped Special Priming and Readiness program for
up the vessel at Kelly Lumber
'by National Red
"YOU AUTO BUY" iNOTES Yard on June 11. Glen villa 6 Year Olds.
Cross of places at the training
Hlggs, another crewman, was Primary Grades
school for two Dade students is
The airlines may soon put on I
the
an honor and tribute to the Jun- a "You auto fly buy buy" cam singed damaged by beat The boat was Remedial and special techniques for slow learners
extensively.
ior Red Cross in this
activity
paign. I
Qualified in School Math
area, Prof. Williams said. The tutoring High Algebra
training schools are held once a The jalousie manufacturers' are Walter in the Mlngo, 46, died suddenly Plane and Solid Geometry by appointment only
Fox 11111 Prison !
year and! draw young Red Cross the only business folk who appreciate I on I'
members from all over the U S. window shoppers. (Pane. June 8. An asmathic, he was doing Registration now going on
ful, Isn't it?) one year for vagrancy and
This is the third consecutiveyear
three yeaqs for house-breaking
that juniors from Dade have You cant buy a chain in a and stealing. He died while try- CALLL NE 4-4308

been given an opportunity to attend chain store. ing to put on his pants. 9 to 5
Camp (Fellowship is located The 'bakers are still making a.m. p.m.
at Goddard, Kansas, near dough, but they knead Itl! Ten Bahamian teachers are to
Wichita. Be careful /when buying rattan receive training in.the United
Stuents who attend are given furniture. You may get bamboozled Kingdom, according to aIn announcement -
serious training to prepare them of the Board of Ed-
as community an Red Cross cation. The following Senior
leaders of the future. Courses I approve when my wife buys Student Teachers have been Furnished ApartmentsAS
taught at the camp include Red nylons . she' always gets a run named: Messrs. W. E. Rolle, P.
Crews :'organization, health and for her money. Not so when she W. Pinder and F. G. Major; LOW AS
purchases blouses . it's money Misses E. M. Bethel
safety, local community work and D. H
Junior Red Cross JnternaUon.a1projects. gone to waist. Coakley, S. E. Butler and I. M

I Our bank is trying to draw Ferguson H. S. Poltier, principal $19.95 per week
Prof. Williams said the trip customer interest by offering at Orange Creek, Cat Island; C.
taken by :Miss Edwards and lollipops to the children. Reminds C. Burrows' ; principal at Roses,
young Jenkins is being given additional me that many of us go through Long Island and P. J. Bethel, LIGHTS GAS & WATER INCLUDED

educational value by their I two stages in life . the lolli- principal at Hope Town, Abaco' Select Your Own Brand New Furniture Which
route of travel. They will fly to I pop stage and the sucker stage.I I will also be sent.

Randol Fawkes, MHA, founderof Becomes Yours
the trade union movement in

I HOUSING EQUALITY AWARD I president the Bahamas of the, Bahamas was reelected Federation Unfurnished Apts. .$14 weekSEE

of Labor on June 8 at the
Third Annual Convention Others SAM B. SOLOMON AT
elected were Richard Cooper
first vice president Dudley Mar-
shall, second vice president; BONDED COLLECTION/ AGENCY
Marguerite Wallace, third; Leon
ard Dames, fourth; Garth Wright
secretary-treeasury; Joseph Zonicle -, 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 38416'fHE

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,Congregations,congratulate Jackie Robinson (right) and KJrle Kaplan1
of Dcwton (ttnttr) on winning the Avertll Harriman Equal
Opportunity Award. The occasion marked the formation of Modern up
Community Developer. Inc. an enterprise formed for the purpose of COMMUNITY
furnishing financial and advisory assistance to builder of integral DRUGS .OI
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The .Peoples' Newspaper" ensemble; Mrs. Yorldfc Kemp,
mother of the bridegroom, worea
I SATURDAY JUNE 21, 1958 PAGE 3 pale blue sheath lace dress
adorned with a ,rayon taffeta
eIt r waist-panel, her ensemble war Of
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"i'. .",' ." ,'.: Schenley High School, an alumna -
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JUNE, MOON, Spoon are 'word to let the boys know that you } I ., ". ., of Hampton Institute, and is
synonomous with nuptial vows I had to ask to get out most : .', .,. during this month, but also syn likely they wouldn't have been .; a graduate of BTW High and
nonomous with this wedding there if they had tried to show .t ": : an alumnus' of Florida A&M University -

month are the word, morose, divorce their authority with the litle . 1Ii ,. He is a member of Kappa -
and courts. woman! .I Alpha Pl fraternity He has
We are not an expert on "Ho\ been assigned to Germany.
to win your wife and keep her", SIGNS OF The Times: +iSend t.
but we have been floundering', $1.00 to FREE EUROPE! or Send (Dr. Marshall M. Johnson Jr.,
on the sea of matrimony long, packages to CARE.As : gave a bachelor party at his
: ;: . home in honor of his veteran
enough to tell these young, itingy as we are, or appear .: \
blades what to expect of those to be, you will have to light an ;t! friend, Lt. Kemp.

soft, feminine things they have atomic bomb under us to get off a Among the guests present
lust latched onto. nickel to donate to a campaign !", were: Drs. Oswald Mickens
Brother, you are in for it! You to FREE Europeans from under + : Charles Burks, William Miller
might just as well forget shout yolk when we need all the funds + t and !Messrs Randall Hayes and
those weekend poker games with we can scrape to free us here in Robert Golden.
the boys, let your fishing rod and America! I

reel gather dust and throwaway; And a.s. home loving' as we are I The couple spent a three-
your wallet because you won": week honeymoon In Nassau,
will
you have to Ignite one of
need it anymore. I Bahamas.
missle head himg-um-gigs under It
t I lOut of town guests' were from
Without a doubt you'll prob- our lower extremities to I
ably' do Just that. It's only right! loosen up to send funds over to I ..".#i I I New York, Washington, Chicago
Until you wake up one morning those starving unfortunates when ; I !I Quebec, Detroit and Miami
to the stark realization that many of us here in the free '"
marriage is an institution, like country are also starvingand 6 1 : St. Peter's Cathedral
a business; to make it work and out of work. I'd rather do- !I
t \ The women's auxiliary' of St.
be profitable, you have to nate to J. P who has reven kids lye i. .,' ... ,i" ,"j Peters Cathedral at 1725 NW
work together like a team, or like and on costruction Job to go on '. .' .: 3rd court is sponsoring a b u s
partners and enjoy the blessing: "ather: than a European.! : t '-, outing on !Monday, Jan. 22. The
and profits as the institution .
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bus will
leave the church 8:30
,. at
blossoms and flourishes. I hate myself for being so nar-
pm. for Qpa' Locka and stop at
row minded but that's how the
Just like other business
any -
the home of Mr.
!
Mrs. Rob-
and
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there are stone walls to face, crumbs fall at my table. 7.' .
ert Clark for
: an evening of entertainment -
pitfalls to avoid, rough roads to r \ and fun. The members -
coaster on and forks in the roadto MEETING up with Charlie \ of the auxiliary extend-
are
chose between marriage wreck- North his week reminded us that ,
ing an Invitation to their
." many
,
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age or smooth riding. summer vacation time is here
friends to attend the affair at the
After a length of time you stop and our: folks will be doing all .." ",." : ,, price of one dollar for (he entire
telling your mate how much you kind of traveling-Puerto Rico, evening.
love her. You have that feeling Nassau, Haiti, New York, Chicagoand i. Emerald Wing, chairmanEva
about her when you buy a new many other vacation spots. r w2', Hilton, secretary
pair of shoes, or new spinning Just in case you didn't know
rod. There is a deep satisfaction North is the man to see about r
of love for these things tha tare your tickets end plane reserva-
next to your heart. That Is, nextto tions, and he also handles pack- ,NEW
your real first love. Your wife age deals for the Caribbean or
When the phase of you-take-for Europe, for that matter. By the The Central Baptist Church of I Miss Eva Diggs of 'Chicago attended PHONE NUMBER
granted love arrives, that's when way don't dial that old Phone Pittsburg, Pa., was the setting the bride. She wore a
all hell might break loose. Because number The new one is FR recently for the marriage of Mist gown of petal pink taffeta fash- FR 9.6779
that is when you have the 9-6779 and 'by golly, you know Vivian Jean Reed to 1st Lt. Fel- ioned with short sleeves, 'portrait -
urge to take night out a week Charlie will deliver your tickets? ton Anthony Kemp. neckline, full ballerina
with that old poker crowd or 1-- The bride is the daughter of length skirt gathered at hem ,NORTH'S
take an overnight trip with your ___ Mr and Mrs. George Reed of with matching 'bow and taffeta
rod and reel for a tiring battle WARNER ""a Pitt .burg. The bridegroom Ls the headpiece with face veil. She TRAVEL BUREAU
with the Inhabitants of the deep. son of Mr. and Mrs. Yorlck carried a bouquet of tore hya-
J HINES, Inc. Kemp of Liberty City. cinths.
1104 N.W.3rd 'Are.
You may go but never hear and
you Painting The other attendants were
The >Rev. H. E. Oliver performed -
the last of it when you get back, WaterprooftnpContractors the candlelight ceremony Barbara Gcgglnis, Delores !Hayfield -
She may say' something like this. t tLlrenned which was followed by the re- of Washington, D. C. and
"I remember when you really end caption.Mr. Vera Fultz, slater of the bride.
cared for me. How you ".ured by City Reed escorted his daughter They wore rose (petal taffeta
wash the dishes You'd help and County gown with matching taffeta headpiece -
She attired in a (bridal gownof
around the house. Now all you X63 NW 60th 8t.i' white organza taffeta and re- with face veils. They car- HOME FOR SALE
do is keep the place strewn with Free Eittmatei embroidered alencon lace. Hive ried /bouquets of lavendar
the morning paper and you don't Call any fitted bodice was styled with hyacinths.The .
care how hard I work around the Ph. NE 5.687't' short sleeves and batteau neck- flower girl was dainty $1,000 Down
house you come home and tear it line, outlined with lace appli- little Miss Leslie Fultz. She worea
up. You are just no ,good. All you -- .. kues, sprinkled with irredescent: pink organza dress with a tuck 0
want to do is hang out with i sequins and seed pearls. The ed bodice accented with pearl
them so-called friends and stay bouffant taffeta skirt 'featured buttons. She carried a !basket of 3-hedroom.( frame, excellent
fishing all the time. I roao petals, daffodils and laven-
dust ruffle of nylon tullo
WITH a deep rendition two screened
But if you win over the boys DON'T GAMBLE and similar lace trim, ending der hyacinth ,

and come home loaded Hah! you with a chapel train. Matching Arthur Ferguson of New York torches, 1474 N.W. 71st St.
get breakfast in the morning- POLIORACCINATE long taffeta finger-tip gloves City was !best man. The ushers
with toast! That is, after you L gave a soft glow to the gown. were George Wilkinson, NYC Owner MO 62245.
have laid a couple of fins on her Her finger-lip veil of bridal cousin of the bridegroom, George
And if you went tithing! the I illusion was attached to a crownof steed Jr., brother of the bride,
complaint is: "Why didn't you alencon lace. She carried I and Dr. Marshall Johnson Jr,
clean them stink fish where you cascade bouquet of white car- (Mrs. George Reed, mother of USE OUR CLASSIFIED
wereWhy bring them here to nations centered with a white the bride, wore a medium blue
clean. My goodness, you sure orchid rayon silk coat dress with black COLUMNS FOR RESULTS).
don't think about your home r I -
like other men. Where is that
deodorant spray? Well I ain't
gonna help you clean them nasty
fish. But hahl! When the nasty .
work is done, who is the first tc ..f
lay: "Honey, fry me about three w
of them grunts, and don't make '
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YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK 4 ;h
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NEIGHBORS ''PROTEST JESCA VARIANCEAn
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unusual hearing before the city commission on ; -.----. .......-.. :

Wednesday morning saw two Negro groups opposing each MANY MEMBERS from the North- t h r o u g ,h.. the hospital. Leaders in

other pn a zoning variance. western High School Hospital Group and the photo include Prof. David Dobbs,

Some 33 homeowners in the immediate neigh- Civil Defense Auxiliary Police took partin I principal of Northwestern and Hospital
borhood of the new James E. Scott Community Associa-
the scale Civil Defense Hospital
large Group Administrator Dr. A. T. Edwards,
tion were opposed to a variance allowing the organizationto Drill last Sunday in the National Guard ;
move into its headquarters at 1133 NW 66th St., Armory, 2728 NW 7th ave. Group shown advisor to the group, and Miss Geraldine '

The property, consisting of a three-bedroom house on above is preparing one of the many disaster Jackson, registered nurse on the Civil Defense -

six city lots, had been purchased with an $8,000 gift I 'victims" who were processed Staff.
down payment by Leonard Abess, wealthy local financier.

Total cost of the property was $24,500. The variance
passed Unanimously at a previous commission meeting, but the downtownoffice: / of the Mi-

the opposition, led by four Dade school teachers employed ami Times.

legal counsel to bolster their fight to keep JESCA out. ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP

The. neighbors said they thought JESCA would be a / WINNER

nuisanco *arid that activities for children and teenagers Willie Bell Tripp, a member of
would be too noisy. They also accused the Association of BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE the recent graduating class of

having ,plans to put a nursery school on the property and Booker T. Washington High, was
selected this to receive the
thought one variance would lead to others and eventuallylet IS IT REALLY A SURPRISE | surprised over the revelations'. Booker T. Washington year Alumni's
May I conscientiously ask
in apartment houses. A considerable amount of the thla simple question . .? you"l. It annual scholarship' award. Miss
The association got strong support from its board taxpayers of the ''United States, really a surprise?" Tripp plans to enter Tuskegee Institute
members, Atty. Henry Arrington, Leonard Walker, and including members ,of Congress | in September.
and other high officials in the SWAPPINK WIVES" RETURNSBy
several representatives from United Fund organizationswho
PARENTS OF THE YEAR
nation's have
capital, recently |
knew of the great work that JESCA has done in become aLarmed over ,revelationsthat popular demand, Robert
Cleo Albury Sr and the late
their quiet through the Earl Sawyer's shocking play"Swapping ,
way years. Presidential Asistant Sher- Mrs. Lilla Albury of ,255 NW 9th
After a two-hour hearing ,the commission voted to man Adams may have used Wives", will again be St., and Mr. and Mrs. John T.
presented the of the
grant a variance to JESOA for one year. At the end of White House influence to gainspccl.al Modern TreaUhe on at stag a special Strachan of 138 NW 19th St., were

this time it will be granted permanently or withdrawn, aire Bernard favors for Goldfine.Boston Million-Adams midnight show on Saturday night named parents of the year at the

depending on whether the neighbors still think it a nuisance has admitted accepting special June 28. Curtain time, 11:30.: Alumni annual reunion programat
BTW on Tuesday, June' 3 and
or a worthwhile organization. gifts from Goldfine, as well as "Swapping Wives," as you will were presented certificates of
contacting at least three federal recall played to capacity audi- commendations.
agencies In behalf of Goldfine ences on April 18 and 19, when
SUPPORT YOUR NEWSPAPERThe Many people in important positions the show wals presented three Tn order to receive this very
Arkansas State Press is finding it difficult to con- are demanding! that Adams times each day. Since then it has special award parents must havea
resign Others, especially certain also thrilled audiences In' Tam-
minimum of four children, and
tinue publication. It might be true that there is a reces- Republican big wigs, are infer- pa and Jacksonville, and is itilJ all of them must finish hilt\ sion in most businesses, (but in this case, the" trouble seemsto ring that Adams Is only embar- ready for an extended road tour bchool. If any one child fails to
be that because of the paper's fight for jntegration 'raslng the administration' by remaining But because of popular demandit finish, the parents will not receive -
is being boycotted by white interests. Mrs. Daisy Bates, In his (position. Still, will 'be presented Just one more the award. But there must
militant integrationists is of its Arkansasnor there are others! that are maintaining time in Miami before hitting the first ''be at least lour children in,
one publishers
that Adams should road.
remain the family in order for the parents -
any other city could afford to lose a Negro newspaper just' as Is, because ,he has to be considered for the
these days. Apart from the done no This is the unbelleveable storyof (
fact that the paper is the wrong. !I award.Mr. .
spokesman for the Negroes there is the economic side. two couples who decided to
Ala of this writing (Monday) exchange' mates. !Because of its Albury and the late Mr*.
Negro newspapers provide work for Negroes, and not President Eisenhower, himself, bold action, the !play' is definitely Albury are parents of seven
only for Negroes, but for many white people ;- ,hal had little or nothing to sayopenly no for children. Don't forget children, all of whom finished
You should support your newspaper, the dime or 15 about the Adam cate. the date, time and placeIt's high Bchool. Mr. and Mrs. Stria-
The Prgslid4nt* apper !to \join I I one performance only Saturday Chan six children,
or 20 cents you pay for a paper is a good investment you are parents of
i that group who hold that Adams, midnight, June 28 at the all of when are high fcchool
make, whether you believe it or not. h. done no wrong, at least nocriminal II I Modern Theatre. graduates. Congratulations are In

wrongRuntors Admission, as usual, will be order for Cleo Albury '/ ndMr./ .
PROSTITUTING EDUCATIONJ. flew thick and fast 93 cents and tickets are now on and Mr* Strachan upon their selections
around ''Washington on Monday I sale at the Modern Theatre and : |las parents of the year.
V. Whitfield of North Carolina, chairman of the to the effect that Adams may re. I ..
Commission on Inter-State Cooperation, addressing Southern sign bin M of this writing re
Legislators in that city recently, made some unfav- till holds hb position. I|I '

orable comments about giving college degrees for physical (The fact that Adams Is accus-' WANTED !

education. He said a certificate is all right, but not a ed of, and admits laocepting i I .
I diploma equal to that obtained by students who studied special favors from a wealthy i
friend, should not, prove to be,
for their,.degrees. j., such. shocking surprise to any- 10,000 NEGROES ;
f* Says Mr. Whitfield : one who is familiar with what'

"The very idea of giving a college degree for physical goes on in the national capital. '. .

education*.-,why to me that is prostituting education In.'"routine"fact It may well beregarded to go to .... .
as in the old
'. . A certificate for physical education would be age gameof
acceptable "who you are." This Is not the
but not a diploma (with rank) equal to that obtained first time that Adams has been 116 W. Flagler Street
by students who studied for their degrees." accused of using influence to favor -

However, coming to the defense of the physical ed- certain individuals. It is also
not the first time that high AND
ucation degrees Is Professor James Mason in the depart- ernment official has 'been accus-gov- I -.
ment of health, physical education and recreation at'the ed of doing exactly that.
University of Miami. .
The Adams case is only one of REGISTERTO
He says: "It is time uninformed persons stopped criti- many similar cases that .have been
cizing the the physical education profession and l learned true' in the nation's capital for a

what it's all about what it's doing to help the boys and long time, they are true today, VOTEYOU
girls of this country become better physically and and all indications point to the
psychologically -
"' fact that hey will! continue to be
true for a long time to come.
Whitfield doesn't know what he's talking about, Mason The' Adams case it distinctive CAN REGISTER TO VOTE IFi

says. only because it was brought to 1.-You are an American citizen
He says the physical education'curriculum at the light, while most of the others
have not as 'yet been (publicly I 2.-You are 21 year of age
University of Miami and the 600-plus colleges which offer
revealed. But it's tI..: same old 3.-You have been resident of Florida for one
"*
four-year courses in this field is as difficult and extensiveas story of influence being broughtto : .
the curriclulum for any other specialized degree., bear in the cae of the favored y.ear.4.You..
Mason says the 'physical ed curriculum needs no few. It is as true today as have been a resident of 'Dade Countyfor
ever, and' here's a prediction that six month
apology.. 11 will remain true for a very t
'!VT know for a fact that many students do not take l nt /ime, if indeed, not forever.
the 'p1yefeI t.*education program because of the science If you have moved to a new addresswithinJhe; past
requirementSthe demanding nature of the .curriculum My greatest surprise In the: must register againPAGE
Adam caI't| Is the fact that some i year, you :
and thrfWoTk load," he said. many well Informed people are






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THE MIAMI TIMES-"Th. Peoples1 Newspaper Thank You
Wedding

SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1958 PAGE 5 I wish to thank the many

._ friends who were so very nice
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ColorfulAffairk -- to jne during my recent illness
Hany thanks to out of state
I :, -: friends also. .

Miss! Hva Perry (became the nell of Chicago, another aunt of Mrs...Gertrude William:
bride, of Clifford MdDulfy in II the bride From Ocala 'with !her
double ring ceremony on Wed- two Attractive children", Mrs.
nesday morning at 11 o'clock ..at James Cuiuuinghaon (Juanita CBS DUPLEX
Holy :Redeemer Catholic Church Perry) was present for her sisters -
The nuptial mass was read by the wedding. Among out of $1,495 CashNear
pastor, !Fr. Joueph Devaney. Mrs town guests were Miss Hoitan: 57th Street
Verdell Albury was soloist and Baker, music instructor from Chi- One side completely fur-
Mrs. (Margaret !Bowen, organist. cago; Arnold Stevens, owner of nished. Other side, stove
TThe 'bride was1 given in marriage Stevens Flower Shop, and Mrs. 7 7a A and refrigerator. EZ terms.
by her .'father' W. O. PerrySr. Stevens; Mrs. Kinsey and child- $13,500 total.
She was ethereal'1n a wed- ren all of West Palm Beach;
ding ,gown of imported white lace Chester Rhodes, ApaladhacpBa, 4 Bedrooms13th
in,a full rose pattern. The molded and Mrs. Beatrice Burroughs, of
bodice featured a deep scoop Dania. Avenue and 59th Street
neckline and long .sleeves which The bride is the daughter of $75 MonthSmall
formed points over the hands. A the prominent W O. Perrys. Mr.
dome skirt with a scalloped hem Perry, who is nationally known down payment will
line, caught at the back in a trapeze for his work in organizing' florist handle' this partly furnished
silhouette, fell into a chapel !, is the founder and presidentof 'house. Only $9,500 total.
train Her veil --- < ---. -
was draped from the International Florists Association CHECK: THIS
headdress of fresh white 'orchids. : Inc. He is also out- Farewell to graduating DCTers ed all Interested students to regIster -
White orchids and lillies of the standing for his work with the was held at Evan's Dining Room, for DCT. The (s) indicates $495 CashNear
valley covered her white prayer 1BPOE on local, state and national graduate.' 13th Ave. and 59th St.
book. She wore a single strandof levels. He is a pioneer in that prompted the very pleasant (Beautifiully landscaped, 2
pearls !rift of the groom. the florist business. Mrs. Perry scene- pictured here. Thirteen Antlers TempleCalendar'Rally bedrooms, bath, 1 EZ pay
Miss Gloria Smith, long time is the owner and director of one graduates of the class in DIversi- meat. Only $10,500 total.
of the modern of Miami's
most
friend of the !bride .was the maidof fied Cooperative Training at
Schools. She received 68th St. 13th Ave.
honor. Bridesmaids were Lois Nursery Northwestern Senior High Schoolof and
,
Green of Thomasville Ga., her training for this work at wlhloh Daniel JR. Francis is coordinator The Antlers Temple No. 39 $995 Cash
Nancy Menchen, Jacqueline Fra- FAMU. and Mrs. Ida Ratcliffeis IBPOEW, gave its 2nd annual
zier and \Myrna Range. Deborah The new Mrs. McDuffy gradu- principal, were honored quests calendar rally on June 2, and Terriffic value in this 2-
ated this June with honors from bedroom, 1 bath home with
Perry, sister of the bride, and at a luncheon sponsored !by the thanking all friends and membersfor
. Rose Blaokshear served as Junior Clark College She was selectedfor DCT club for them. The luncheonwas their cooperation to help garage $M.OO monthly See
bridesmaids, while Sheila Love inclusion in Who's Who inAmerican held at Ovan's Dining Room, make it a success. today.
and Ellen McDuffy, niece of the Colleges and Universities corner NW 15th ave. and 68th st. An Inspiring lecture was giv-
groom acted as flower ,girls. All ; elected to serve as an attendant following the final class period. en by Dt. Hattie I. James, past CALL OR VISIT
of the (bride's attendants wore to Miss Clark College, i Miss Ethel Grice, directors of grand Daughter Ruler, memberof I Gold Coast Realty
white organdy the maid of 1957-58; was a member of Beta Student Activities was special the executive board of ,the
honor wearing a floor length( Kappa Chi, honorary society. guetft. Many sad farewells and Grand Temple and state financIal 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
dress of embroidered organdy Mr. McDuffy is the son of Mrs. even tears of appreciation pre- secretary.The PL 4-5508
caught by velvet bow to show the Albertha Cody and the late Ar- ceded tlhe luncheon.
plain organdy| underskirt. The tis McDuffy. He was graduated Treble Singers were very i
neckline was outlined in shirred I: from Dorsey High School in 1952 Students seated clockwise are good in their renditions.The I
plain organdy. .Her 'headdress was and from Tyler Barber College In Jackquelyn 'Mother" Washings Dt. Ruler is very happy of 'I' .. .
of purple-lipped orchids and 1953. After serving four years in ( ), Anna Wostley, lArethia how the committees cooperatedand "
white 'baby mums laced with the Army !he enrolled at FAMU Johnson (s), Crawford Jladley many thanks to Dt. M,. I. A NEW SHOWAT
ribbon' to match the pastel col- wflxere he is an advanced sopho- (s), Charlie Hill ((5)), A 1 1 fee Daniels, Dt. Ruler of Liberty
ored fash. She carried a spray more. 'He is a member/ of Alpha' Tompkins (s), Wilson Barton Temple, District Deputy Marie
boquet of purple lipped orchids Phi Omega, national service fraternity "Mr. DOT" (s), Frances Hollo- White, Dt. Hattie J. James, Past THE
and white carnations. Other and received the M o s t man ((5)). Miss Grlco, Benjamin Grand Dt. ruler. Dts. J. Patten,
maids wore street length dresses Outstanding Citizen Award this Cawins ((8)), Edith' Higgs (s), Al- chairman; Llama Green, co.
styled like that of 'the maid of spring. The young couple will be bertha Bokor, Benjamin Thomas chairman, past grand Dt. Jose-
honor. Junior maids wore plain at home in Tallahassee where Elevena Rolle, Beverly Roger (t). phine Dunn, Eliza Smith Bullard.Dt. JIMJAM
white organdy with orchid head- they will remain until Mr Mc Harry Wilson, Willie Mays (s), Ruler, Velvia Solomon
I
dresses and spray boquet, as did, Duffy completes his college work. and Marva Holllngsworth, presi- Dt. Vera A. Wilson, Sect.
the flower girls. The miniature dent and "Miss DCT." They urg- Dt. Marie Norwood, reporter

bride wore a floor length dress of I Morticians Meet
white lace. Thomas Jones Jr. was
handsome in a black tuxedo.W. .' With State Board THIRD AVENUE REALTYHomes

O. Perry Jr., brother of the
bride, was /best man. Groomsmen! Members of the executive com- and Lots for sale in all areas of Dade County CLUB
were Anthony Turner. Charles mittee of the Florida N e 'ig r o
Funeral Directors and .Embalm- Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED
Lassiter, Homer Humphrey and -
1900 N.W. 75th St.
George McPhce. Albert Smith ers Association, Inc. met wi>h
was head usher; assisting him the Florida State :Board of Fun 742 NW 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-3297
Phone PL 0-8651
.
were David Lee Snider Evans eral Directors and Embalmers at
Starks Jr., Jonathan Pinder, Le- the George Washington Hotel 1, S. Hutcheson, Jr., Registered Real,Estate Broker
roy French and Assham Mc- Jacksonville, Monday, June 9.
Kinney. Also present were members of BlancheGalloway
the Legislation Committee of the .-
!Mr. and (Mrs. Clifford !McDuffy -
their at Florida Funeral Directors As-
received guests a recep-
tion held immediately following sociation, the white counterpartof 3 Bedroom CBS Terrific Buy
the ceremony in the Holy Re- the Negro group.
The State Board wanted to d's-'
deemer Parish House. An arch of
greenery and white flowers formed cuss proposed legislation to be ; 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, closed

the apex V, the sides of which presented at the next session of I garage and bearing fruit trees, on 2 Iota 50x106 each. Proudly Presents
were two tables and .?lx stand- the legislature with the two

ards table of was white beautifully flowers.( The decoratedvith bride's ( would. !This strengthen proposed the legislation auth- I 1620 NW 58th Street Chickie Horne

large styrofoanv bell trim ority of the board over unlicensed Ac "Madam Efffle
a -NOW VACANT, DRIVE BY TO SEE, CALL-
funeral estalishmcnts and
.ned with silver and two candles Throckbottom"Alan
trimmed with spirals of silver personnel. I' CHELSEAREALTY
ribbon rt held the tiered wedding Attending the meeting were: Woods
cake. The second table held Oscar I. Hillman Jacksonville;
some of the numerous wedding Eugene Stevens, West Palm PLara, 4-4685 or Wilson 5.2306Mary's Singing Sensation of
I
gifts. Hostesses( were Yvonne Beach; Max Stark, Orlando; O. H. .. Miami Beach
Puyol and Judy Goldsmith.Mr .. Gauze, Bartow; Samuel Davis, -
W. O. Perry, mother of the Jacksonville; O. C. Jermgan, I Vicki Copez
bride was charming in pale blue Jacksonville; G. O. (Rogers Jr.,
lace; the groom' mother, Mrs Bradenton; David T. Larklns, Shop Interpretive Dancing
Beauty
Albertha Cody, was most attractive Clearwater; Leo R. Scars, Fort
in white. Other members of Myers; Miss Alyce J Ceasar, Janet Smith
the \ familieswere Mrs. Lake City. ? Specializing in hair styling cutting tinting and Miami's, Little
Irene Smith;:,,,grandmother of*tBe TMr..":"Ilillmanv3io V presidentof Reconditioning the hair SweetheartDave
bride and Mrs. Pearlie Cremery, the Negro Aieoclation prepared FREE SCALP TREATMENT ;WITH HAIRDO
grandmother of the igroom. Also a lovely buffet dinner of turkey '
Mrs. Lottie Johnson, aunt of the and all the trimmings at the MRS. VERNICE JAMES MRS. ANNIE PEARL ROUNDTREEMRS. Bondu
bride who gave the rehearsal home of Mrs. Lee Jenkins of NELLIE MAE OILLARO "Mr. Swing" M.C.
dinner at her, home on Tuesday Newcombe Ave., FloradaJe. one of MRS. MARY WILSON, OWNER
night; and Mrs, Magadeoe, Pur- Jacksonville' newest suburbs. Music by
1811 N.W. 62nd Street Phone NE B-9492
-- -- - ------ Bert WallaceAnd
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I HOURS: 9:00: A.M. TO 9:00: P." .
His Quintet

: After GraduationHave i Adm. Thurs 50c

Fri., $at., Sun. 75c

Your Picture Madein Notice! All Licensed BeauticiansAll TABLES FREE


your cap and gown licensed beauticians of Dade' and Broward Midnite Ramble

Counties are requested to meet on . Thursday Night
Fast Service Reasonable Prices
SUNDAY, JUNE 22 at 4 P.M. SHOW TIME

WE FURNISH THE CAP AND GOWN at the Fiesta Room of the Mary Elizabeth Hotel, Thll., 12 Mld+nlt., ,,1. and

642 NW Second Avenue, Miami.This Sat 10:30, 1, S
Sun 040:. 10:30, 1
.- meeting to bolng' eallod by th# Planning Comniftta' .
r for tM 3>th Annual Convention ,of th. Nations! Boauty Cul We cater to private

turltt Luguo, Inc. and the National Inatftute of Coametotogy parties, organizations,

Johnson of Miami which moots In Miami July 28 through August 7, 196$. etc.

D. A. JULIUS, CHAIRMAN

New Address: 409 N.W. 17th St. I MRS, FLORENCE ALl, CO-CHAIRMAN

.: Drive ,Caref lly'lPerryMcDuffy !



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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper |I[,Mrs. Gamble YMCA DAY ELNORA

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1958 Reports on > CAMP IN THIRD SUNDRIES

ConventionMrs.
WEEKThe Headquarter for your

1 r I I J I G. G. Gamble, State Sup- MIAMI TIMES If you live out
ervisor of Eastern Florida of the George Washington Carver Brownsville way
WeSt Southernmost'CityBy Churdbes of God in Christ, reports Branch YMCA opened its annual WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE
Key a grand trip to Seattle, summer Day Camp activities at WE SERVE
the 8th International -
Washington, to attend Ice Cream
Women's Convention the James E. Scott Homes, 7226 Foremost

FRANCES E DALMER of the said churches, May NW 22nd Ave. Camp is openedto Phone NE 4-9441
is
,boys and girls Day Camp
,
ISANDS 611.We designed for families and who 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.
NAMED DOUGLASS I I tiful and useful gifts received by I travelled by Pullman train wish their children to have the
HIGH PRINCIPAL their daughter, Juditi, a recent, from Chicago by way of the advantage of regular summer J. FINCHER, Mgr.
graduate of Douglass High Rockies through the State of camping without being away indf
Alfredo L. Sands was appointed School. I North Dakota, crossing the bor- from home overnight. It is also
principal of Douglas High i They sta'ed that your kindness der into Canada. While crossingthe the answer to the summer time
School at a meeting of the Boardof will ever be remembered. country of the Queen of problem of parents, for their
Education June 4. I' England: Mrs. Lillian B. Coffey, children will be supervised and
Son of Mrs. Flossie E. Sands DEATH our great leader, cabled the excitely involved in interesting J. B. SMITH
and the late Alfredo Sands, he Queen, Who graciously cabled her projects every minute of the day.
was born in Key West, Oct. 14, Mrs. Edith Roberts of 226 back to welcome her to the coun- ELECTRICSERVICE
1919. Truman eve., died Jun.. 9 at 6 I try as well as wishing for us a From the time the youngsters
This native son received his p.m. after a long illness. I successful convention. Our Presi- arrive at 8:30: a.m. until their return -
elementary and high school edu- Funeral services wl'l! be con- dent of the U. S. and many oth- !home at 3:30: p.m. their day Electrical Contractor
cation from St Frand. Xavier ducted on June 15 at 1:30: p.m. ers sent greetings to us. will be "jam packed" with adventure -
and Douglass High school. from St. Peter's Episcopal and fun, according to HOUSEWIRING"Don't
With the strong aim of per- Church with Fr. J. H. Reese of- I Our convention is centered Franklin "Uncle" Ross, camp di.
servance to help humanity and ficiating.She around Mission, where each Red rector. Short devotions to health cuss Call us"
be a loyal worthy American cit- is survived by a devoted Card delegate gives $100 for start the day off right and a
izen, he entered Xavier Univer- husband, Prince, three daughters Mission, which also entitles you period of group singing are daily PHONE NE 5-3058
sity of New Orleans where he Mrs. Muriel Hudson Mrs. Lydia I to room and (board while attending feaures. Arts anr crafts, field Night or Day
enrolled in the school of educa- Russell, Mrs. Blanche Sawyerand the convention. triipE! to places of interest, hiking .
tion.Sands a son, Thomas, 17 grand- Missionary Nellie Josejplh! and and athletics are special featuresof """"' -
graduated from this Institution children, 1 greatgrand and a sister Missionary Regenia Lawrence, the program. Lunch is provided -
in June, 1941 'with! a Mrs. Blanche Laurie. both of South Miami; MissionaryElsie for the youngsters.
B. A. degree. (Funeral arrangements were Jackson of Perrine Mis-
From 1941 to 1942 this young under the direction of the Key sionary Blandh Hinton of West Swim classes all summer
man taught in Opelousas, La., In West Undertaking Co. Palm Beach were also delegateswith Youngsters enrolled in the Day
1942 he entered the armed forces Mrs. Gamble. Camp program learn to swim

serving in this country and the Beauty Clinic at Mrs. Alice Saunders of W est and receive recognition throughthe fQQTHACHE
Boiopean: theatre of operation Palm Beach, State Supervisor of National Aquatic program..
until 1945 when he received his FAMU July 14-25 South Carolina, also was in the Swimming lessons are given alI >
i discharge.In Tallahassee The 15th annual group. i the Booker Terrace Motel Pool
1948 Sands entered the local training course for beauty culture Mrs. Gamble' would like to 'Staff members consi of Mrs
school system a. a social studies teachers and beauticians will take this opportunity to thank: Ina Blackshear, MLs Arthea
and English teacher and has be held here July 1425. This the pastor and members of 5th i ;Slaughter, Phillip Dixon, Miss
j worked here ever since. advanced course Is designed to Ave. Church of God in Christ,/Janet Smith, registrar, Franklin 0
/ Still determined to pursue give additional education to licensed along with friends for the financial 'Ross, camp director and Moses L
higher studies, Sands entered the teachers and beauticians.Itw generosity shown me as i. Perry, executive .secretary
I summer ssesion at Fordlham University Ul be held In the Vocational- I am godly proud of each mis-.1 -
where he enrolled in educational Technical Institute of the Flor- sionary also that rememberedme.
psychology, guidanceand ida A&M University. A full pro- May God ever bless you.
measurements. In 1956 he gram has been planned In coop- SEE THE
received his M. S. degree from eration with the Florida State
this institution.It Board of Beauty Culture. For Prompt Efficient
WORLD'SGREATEST
is gratifying to have a feeling William B. Simmons of New
of support from the members York Service
City, a graduate of Apex,
of the community in any Bonford and
Wilfred Advanced
undertaking large scale., Phone PLaza 44909RUDY'S
on a School of Hair Styling of Bos-
Sands says, in education this is ton Gross School
of Hair styl- TV COLORED
especially true because the ing and Clairol Institute, New w .
) home, the school, the church and
I I York City, will serve as lecturer- andRADIO Y ,
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Poinciana Park Baby Contest Successful Baseball ScheduleJUNE THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper

r I 20 26 I SATURDAY, JUNE 21, ,1958 PACE 7
II

I RECREATION DIVISION

CITY OF MIAMI BTW 'GETS FISKSCHOLARSHIP Schools of Music, Fisk is also approved -
I by the American Association -
DORSEY PARK SENIOR
i
of University Women and
BASEBALL LEAGUE
I the New York Board, of Regents.
{ Nashville, Tenn. James R.
The Nashville institution
was
r Hector Latins Stars Friday
4 Smothers registrar and directorof the first ,:
predominately Negro
June 20, 7:30p.m.: / .
admissions at Fisk University
colleges to receive a charter
,
rV r Royals Raiders, Saturday, announced this week that a foil from Phi Beta Kappa, national
hrTHEODORE June 21, 7:30: pan tuition scholarship has been honor society
awarded to Harold Churchill
w Scott Tigers, Sunday, June Culmer of Miami, Fla.
22, 2 pm (Grove Park. Culmer is a graduae of Booker
T. Washington high school. Call TAYLORFR
All Stars Puerto Rico Start, (Fisk University founded in
Monday, June 23, 7:30: p.m. 1866 is one of the nation's most

\ Opa Locka Jets Monarch, distinguished liberal arts col- 9-1703
Accredited the Assoc
leges. by
Monday, June 23, 7.30: pin
iation of American Colleges, the
'Red Sox Raiders, Tuesday, Southern Association of Colleges -
: June 24, 7:30: p.m. and Secondary Schools and
Advertise It !
: Pays
!
the National Association of
; Cubs
Hector
.' Wednesday, .
June 25, 7:30 pan .
->-"' -
(Latins Stars Royals, Thursday -I
I ROSS III ERIC MeCANTS I June 26, 7:30: p.m.

The Poinciana Park Day Parents CLEAN..CLEAN
Club sponsored its first an- US
nual baby contest. The D a y
Parents Club, an auxiliary of the Ask Duke Universityto
PTA was quite pleased with CLEAN.
the results of their first venture
of this type.
(Both mothers] fend' sponsors Admit NegroesHOW
were beaming with pride and
admiration for their little ones, --
who were very 'well attired. It
was as If ,the young ones were !LAKE JUNALUSKA, N. C. -
MANY CONVICTIONS The Western North Carolina
of the
quite aware occason because ,
their behavior was most Methodist Conference went on
admirable.The KELLY BOASTS record favoring admittance of
Negroes to the previously all-
contest was judged im- white Duke University Divinity
mediately after the regular business 66 NUMBERS School.
session of the club. The It also adopted a report which ri i
first prize, a $25 Savings Bond, ARRESTSDade lashed the Ku Klux Klan as an
was awarded to Theodore Ross, organization "which often cloaks
HI, son of :Mr. and Mrs. Theodore much black hatred under its
ROM, Jr. Miss Dorothy Allen's Public Safety Director white robe."
class ''WAS sponsor. Tom Kelly reported Tuesday that t I I I The move to break down racial [ ;qj( 1,
deputies have made 66 bolita arrests barriers at the four-year
Second (prize, $U", was awarded Durham
Methodist university at
to Dorcia Ann Williams, so far this year, as opposedto I
of resolution
was in the form a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 48. at the same time in 1957. favoring a petition of the faculty

Williams. !Hosea Gray's class "This shows our consistent and students of the divinity
was sponsor, with Mrs. Rosa Lee school "that properly qualifiedpersons"
enforcement. It was not just a
Troupe
as sponsor. 'be admitted "without
Third Prize, $10 was awardedto drive, he commented. regard to race.BUNCHE.

Eric Navelle McCants, son of Earlier this week Kelly said
Mr and Mrs. Ellis McCants. Mrs. he had no official knowledge of PARK -
Elizabeth' Thompson iwajs> the three demands by Gov. LeRoy
sponsor.To Collins that the numbers racketbe TO HONOR MAN
insure the :success of the cleaned up In the state.
contest, donations to the contest: WHO BUILT IT '
fund were made by members of Nevertheless, he said that so t q f
the Day Parents Club. far In June his men have rackedup Plans are afoot to (honor a
Mrs. Rachel Pratt, presidentMrs. 12 'bolita arrests, which he Miami builder by erecting a
Eo N. Plttman, principal said Is far above average. statue of him injh.e\ : communityhe
projected some 10 years ago.
Announcement was made In (,t New York that the residents of That' the taste you get
Bunche Park in Opa Locka, "will
New York U Honors erect the statue in the main when you make your fUJSQIfAltN

square of this community some Gin'n Tonic with ciean-tasting II. ..
I time in the fall. b16TILLED

Luther J. Lee, president of the bKYo1N

Marian AndersonAt i'Opa Locka and secretary-treasurer Negro Youth Foundation of- FLEISCHMANN'SGIN . .


the 126th annual commencement lative gifts has become almost' is Carpenters dhalrman Local of the Union community 1934, $2.55 :;;;:

last week. New York legendary in her own lifetime. committee in charge of the Pint
University honored Marian Anderson :- A* an emissary of our State Department event.
with an honorary Doctor In extended foreign The recipient of this unusual
of Music degree. The citation travel she has proved one of the gesture is Julius Gaines pred-I DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN.1 r
read: most effective ambassadors of dent of the Gaines Construction 90 PROOF THE FltlSCHMANN DISTILLING

MARIAN ANDERSON[' con- goodwill this nation ever com Company, and one of South CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
tralto, Doctor of :Music-Marian missioned. An immeasurable Florida's well known home
credit to America the land of
builders. Announcement dated
Anderson: who bears with grace
and humility the richest honors her origin giving generously of he will be honored "as a tributeof
of the far reaches of the earth, her counsel and means to fur gratitude to commemorate a
glorifies this day for New York ther the artistic careers of young decade of fulfilled promises foi
people whose circumstances recall comfortable standards.;
living
University in a fashion that will "" ;"
those her own early promise and Dr. Ralph Bunche, after whom .;K: ::-7, you a Hair I
long outlive the witness of ;; '
"
present Born In obscurity and, and plight, she favors us munificently the development was named, :':, :., .' f'Have; ? Such antr'
herself for :
reared In adversity, from early: In presenting/ has been Invited to be guest ,
youth her phenomenal vocal Went our Doctorate of Music. speaker at the ceremonies. ",.J

and determined! eeffort destined .
her for eminence. First It 1ttt.- ,
___i ,
of friends and
was the mites t
HARLEM SQUARE
net bor. and later the substantial

grants of discerning, SWEET SHOPA ', you happen U see e leak
schokrahlp aftncie that contributed -
to her training at home FULL LINE OP GROCERIES Call m., don't wait until

and abroad. Endowed with innate next w..k. :# .
COLD CUTS COSMETICS
force lending ecstatic .
spiritual Jt
When next week roll "I
fervor as to Toscaolnl"a voice of pro acentuJ'7" 208 N.W. 10th St .r und, Falling hair, I Itchy

nounced it this woman of super Tho rain will com down scalp, or has your hair

.- , ,- And when the rain soma become brittle or lost

down, its natural sheen? If to

COMMUNITY I can't m ko a dim r *.
ft lee . .
RtquMt you MV. tlrn.

U And gain a dim.. Mrs.
STORECOR.
DRUG Bertha M. Brooks

ttCOOPER
N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. MRS. BERTHA M. BROOKS Manager and owner of


PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED & SON I; MX/HE'S/ HOUSE OF BEAUTY


Cut Rate Drags Free Delivery Roofing Company NE 5-0351
6971 N.W. 18th Ave. Phone .
COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE

SEALTEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS 6306 N.W. 15th Are. The experienced hands of Mrs. Brooks have served

the public in tinting, cutting and individual. hairstyling
Phone ?Laza 8-4703 Phone Plaza 8-4704 Phone PL 4-7032
for a number of years.
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MIAMI TIMES-"The People. Newspaper"PAGE I ." her father, tister. Miss Uellen

JUST BROWSIN' Williams and mother-n/ -law.
8 SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1958

Dy PAUL R. HENRYNNNNINNNNIINNIINIMINIINININNI Liberty Temple] Elks

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Launch Children


I Around Miami . on will Senator Sunday make George sweeping that the Smothers gains Democrats in said tht ContestThe election of officers for

!! U. Senate this year. /iHe thinks theDemocrats Liberty Temple No. 724 was held
win between 12 Tuesday
By DAVE 'Mr $wisi) will on evening by the dis-
and 14 seats from the Republicans. trict deputy. Dt Ruler Mable

There is at present in the Daniels succeeded herself for another -

LAST SATURDAY NIGHT at a T si': to Bir&e'E bouse aDd re- Senate 49 Republicans and 47Democrats. I term.

fee Jim Jam C 1 lib d.Ir.r.c the 33* aad Caady Brooks were. paying I
aaa. shot* ,what went OB ..'a. a 2DUl"JDC her clothes. However, After all reports were heard,
gasser! Afcr the rf jlar oow, two an tors epottfed the pair Some complaints have been Larry Steele Smart AHiirt ot and infers*! Birdie vbo they made to us about the poor ambulance launched. Every officer was appointed .
1V&8 turned out in full force ) .ere Ped has been in ILamipowaj service being given. One as a sponsor, from the
The pairua went wild over the a* a grovn woman and case in point is the experience a i dyM : Dt. ruler to the gate keeper. All

Wanderers . after which the |pis reported 'x S;oe coiy 1C sear> family had when twin were sponsors ere urged to get their
dynamic M. C:. Pincksey Robert, 'fold (by good avtbenty, wail!! born on their bathroom floor. 4 I I votes from the Dt. ruler. A large

took over and really rocked the ,Candy g n her age as 20. All cumber of daughters were pres-
bouse., Pnkney: then introduced! clothes were secs.-ned asi us Virgil Haw-Jans has decided tope ent and a repast was served.
the team cf Leonard Brothers ]i girl ice beeag charged x.gran up his fight to enter the I The spirit of peace and unity

feikrwed by Joe Nobel, Barbara 1 : Ixrcezj. University of Florida. That is arit""M7 :Mrs. Bennie Thomas, the former reigned throughout the evening
McNair Rose Hardaway Hadls for: She university. However /
Evon Williams
Myrtis The Breakfast Dance
Brooks, Flash Gordon and the ) GEORCE KIRBY hw a f' e w there are 85 other Negrosppjctsts. of Samuel Williams of on July
entire cast with chorus lae. The !;party retard tn:: ihe anuSte: UJE: The state fc soften- daughter I 4 promises to be a great affair,
of 3015 NW 49th st. in Browns-
so let the public come out
girls in the chorus ln e ere: JoAnn 2cg 3? tore anrrersitj officials.Federal I viLe recently graduated from and
enjoy the holiday.
'' District: Judge has been
I :dyer, Carrie Tenapy, Tsj'Wray ,: I Florida A and M University! with /
Gwyn, K/dbbie., Pa :a : aster to restrict the admission '
Egellocs Award distinction and received the degree -, The children contest will closeon
Max and :toe are all of the 1 ol Negroes v> the graduate level ,
t of bachelor of science in elementary Tuesday, July 15 at the Elks'
names j cast remesoibez. Ibwever Recipient 1 education. Shortly after home at 7:30 pjn. All daughters
Dan JCermsabe of the LosAngeies
the affair was a h d.ges.
her she became the I urged to be
soldto graduation, are contributing:
Even Blood cot up and dad: a Dodgers his been '
bride of Bennie Thomas, son of'I sponsorswho are not sponsors as
B. S, chorus. Blood is the joule-. the Cincsnati Reds. New-
r I :Mrs. Gertrude Thomas of 2361 the names will be called. Five
foii
cocnbe Lad not won a game I
who is tie
over..eeiDl
man
I Rutland Street in Opa Locka, inmarriage hundred dollars Is the goal. There
Shgw while the Dodgers this season.: We pre-
Smart Affairs Lang: i
ceremonies will be and
performed prizes refreshments
is in Atlantic City with Show ( ,, dart the change: will help him togel
in Tallahassee with the Rev. E. for the children
.
;o.2. on the ball and win some
W. .
Like that .ot-tut 6-1 win Spearman officiating.Mrs. .
games - --- --'
IT IS RUMORED that .Barbara over S:. Louis Wednesday nigh4.. .
Thomas U now vacatIon-
Ware has of Nassau with r
cut out
# ing in Miami while Mr. Thomasis Call TAYLORFR
the Lord Flea payroll As I said fieavy'wezhht Champ: Floyd
it is rumored . Pretty gkl oft I Patterson and Roy) Hams have a attending the summer session
of Florida A and
the Week Madame Z fie Tirock- fight comir.g up sometime in University 9-1703

t bottom (ChicMe Horne) . Policeman M August It's time Patterson defended Mrs Thomas is a member of
i of the Week Charles W 1. his tiFedeiJ I
: : a. the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority .....
Thomas (better known as C.T. -- -
I
Doctor of the Weefc C. T.Shirley j y The Civil Rights Coai-

. Eddie Williams, j + { misaon, Gordon M. Tiffany
manager of the Miami Carver staff director, has announced
Hotel set that the Sk7 Ute' pl ns for_ aa iroaediate inquiry
Room on the roof of the bold into voting education and

Kill hare its grand opening oo housing for Negroes. I TUIVg
July 4.THE.

Forty-seven years is a longtime /N HRATRE
MIAMI Howtew Club willhave to peni a. a clu roocn but I
a hay ride on Thursday: that is the record cf Mrs. Aaaie

July 3 ate PJZL. They will leave .. .,......., Glass Anderson c10pa Locks a NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
from the Elizabeth hotel .
Mary
Bettie Davis, a 1958' graduate recently retired cachet of
Cab Calloway comes bade: to Miami I of George Washington Carver Bxtcne Park ZSecnectary.: She
on July 1 to appear at the was the senior a: ymg. 49 react
High School:: is also the oldest of
Eden Roc . Maybe Leighton, seven children of Mrs. James c'Sno retired this year and NOW PLAYING
j tall tan and t rilic, suffered alight Henry Davis of Coconut Grove took part in: ceremonies: at the

I case of laryngitis! last (Her smother died while she 'WTU*I school board building last week.is THE
week and was advuod> to rest a
I few but in the elementary school.) BEST PICTURE
days, being a !performet Bettie 14
was the salutatorian of
t Maurie went to work. Oh, MistLeigaton her clafs. She received the science really good. It is called "A I OF THE YEAR
is one of the featured Night in Hollywood." . J
Speakingof :
award a plaque, the Dade
stars of Smart Affairs.t Winner of 7
> County :USEthematios: ; Award of records on the market, I have ;
WORD COMES $25 end the .EkgeUac Club's award one also, "Wish I could make I AcademyAwarde
that lBhma of $75. some money" on the Mercury :
i
Mama if g'ffiifog at the WYtoaHotel The twu tmamdal awards will label by Louis Jordan . Well

to Denver . Arnette BO a long way 'toward the $150 tin extweek, live life, every
Cobb an his mob: are at the
golden minute of
needed far entrance: fee in the it.
1
Palms in Hallendale this week SAIL | AWARDS

The therewith five Royals him are. Since appearing time She will enter Tuskegee Institute Slot Avatar
CQ a five-year plan. She will 'Ia"BUNCHE .
new management has taken ovex major in J "
the kitchen of the Jim Jam the elementary education. 1 B.at ClMmto' nplp ia
i&ettie was ODe of Delta Sigma Ms mLv f:
"
prices are right, and the food is I Theta Sorority debutantes of THEATRE OPA lOCKA .... ...
good. So the .
give new management 1- TeL NA 1-7X22

a chance to serve you whenyou're SUN. WON. TUES.
there again. The Mighty:
Panther was there the other n11e i Lana :Turner

and set up the customers. PEYTON PLACEIn

ClnemaScopt and Color
WHAT WITH the new decorations > Recommended for
adults
O
in the lounge of the Sir i O I I

John I suggest that if you stop I poly B 1 1 1
in please don't go in high . Plus Sunset Carson In
j You may end up dancing on the Bordertown Trail

I ceiling . While Birdie Wallace are you positive? J1W ...... -,

daughter Wallace of band leader Bert _......- ....... ---
was paying a visit to -
Chickie Home, Peaches Wright People" say fish .Is brain food. Nw

Well, fish It good food, but It RITZTHEATRE

WOn't bOOSt your IO. P.nnl.

EXCURSIONTO say old folks; dont; get is ::but

TB germs don't car about your 8UN, MON.. TUES.

NASSAUon .... T8 can strike anyone JUNE 22 =3 24
I
luxurious frulae Wilpw "DAY OF THEBADMAN" 0
Mss enema nu Est w... '
FLORIDA =: ,

I .... YHI Fred McMurray
Round Trip .ffr ,

(lower deck) $39 J'UII IlOSJS ASSMIAn "Esther Plus Costcllo" JCOLUMBU PICTURES presents. A SAM ...DQ,rwooucrwN

.ww 1111114,8 ,
Plus" ''$2.85 tax Joan Crawford WILLIAM HOLDEN

i{ The Dade County Tuberculosis
t Promenade deck $<<.00 Association Is offering free r-- ALEC GUINNESS'* JACK HAWKINS:

showings of its 13-mtaute color ..--
Leave Miami Aug. 1 5 p.m. film "Are You Positive" to civIc THE BRIDGE

Leave Na uu, Aug. 6, 8 p.m fraternal, church, women's AIRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL

groups and other interested. or- ON THE III VBR KWJUCmtMA
Attend the Bahamas State
ganizations. _
.. t
Aaaoclatlon of Elk meeting The entertaining cartoon film ,I g COPlUrttt a '1'IiCHHICQLOR.' ', .

C In Nassau Aug. S to 6 points DIP the need for constant THEATRE 1 t UtMl HUMIM.WIMNM1.IM IW

tuberculosis detection and con- SAT. MIDNIGHT $/v aM YMeeasMl IIA/AFf Bi6A6aw
All EIM and viator I
trol.The l DIfID> WI
local association recently SUN., MON.. TUES. M -
cordially iweloomod' ate) toM.ii,1*rum MOU...M IB,tiMJjTHE
Deceived a citation from the National JUNE 22 23 24 ,
peeUI pueetali .
Tuberculosis Association
"THE RETURN OF-
for its record showing of the film
.MAKE RESERVATIONS before 78 Dade County organizations DRACULA""The I I 1 ( l1 l/
,
FOR TRIP NOW CALL. with a viewing total audi-
ence of almost 6,000 persons. Flaming Barrier" l-

t,North': Travel Bureau Groups wishing: to schedule the ..
T104 N.W. 3rd Ave. film ahouFld contact Miss Re-

Phone Fr 9.6779 becca Daniel, director of health h fi, I t
education at the Dade County .
Tuberculosis Association office. Drive Carefully I .Id

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Along Freedom's RoadBy DAY ATTEND IN JAX GALA I SATURDAY JUNE 21, 1958 PAGE 9


RUTH PERRY Beauty School until the National
Unit No. 7 NewsThe
n_ _ _ _ i convention meets in July. Members
- - - I I Land contestants. working are urged to attend to keep
Those Mlamians who dM not. voting in one Southern state a are abreast of the news and all
hear Clarence Mitchell director added to an increase in another diligently for the "On to Nassau"trip plans In which the unit members
of the Washington Bureau of the I Southern! State begins to assume to attend the extended will participate. We exjpect all
NAACP, when he spoke here a proportions that will cause the workshop of the National Institute first aid members to be at the
few days ago, missed a wonderful traditional Southern white poll- of Cosmetology held It meeting, especially] June 24.
talk. The one fact that Mr. ticians grave concern. They willbegin ] Nassau Aug. 8-H. They apprec- :Mrs. Marion Muldrow, Pres
Mitchell stressed above all was to realize that they mustno' ate and welcome the support of Bertha H. Perry, reporter
the importance of increasing the take the Negro vote into ac- their friends in this: project. The
Negro vote. The recent Civil count. If not, they could well be contestants are Mesdames Doris
Rights Bill passed by Congress on their way out of the political Dorsett, Clara Heastle, W. REGISTERTODAY
insures the Southern Negro vote ring. Starkey Smith, Alice Hismith
against intimidation, coercion Lucas and Mary Wilson Larri-
and threats. Since there Is now ORR AND MATTHEWSThe more.
for the first time in many years The unit will meet every Tues-
such protection offered to Ne- name of John B. Orr Jr., is ; day 12 noon at the Sunlight
groes wanting to register and too well known in Miami and ')t< ...
it to Florida circles for me to do -
vote, would seem follow that -------
registration figures would go up much more than mention it. Ac-
by leaps and bounds. cording to all reports a very
warm legislative fight is in the "' y '
VOTING IS PARTICIPATIONIN making in this area. All of us '
I '
GOVERNMENTTo are familiar with' Rep. Orr's if ,
strong and courageous stand: in . f a!; 1.a 4v ,
date, here are not man y the Florida Legislature sometime I NOBLE CAREY BENTLEY
;
:
available figures on Southern ago. His prointegrationstand . Illustrious PotentateA iS :
Negro registration. There are has not changed. Reportsare
rumors, though; and from South that he wilt be opposed in large number' of Miamians I .
Carolina comes the report that his bid for re-election by one of attended the (gala day session
the number of Negroes registered two men; one has not declared held in the Oasis of Jacksonville W/
'to vote declined recently. himself on the race issue; the Saturday and Sunday, June 14-
Many people underestimate the other is a strong segregationist. 15. The session was well attended
power and value of their vote. It should be obvious that Orr by Nobles and Daughters from w
This is a situation not only prevalent should be returned to Tallahassee. every section of. the Desert of ?
among Negroes, !but among To do this, all qualified Florida. -'
whites alto. I have often heard people who believe in the things! For the firs time Kazah No.
acquaintances of mine remark Rep John B. Orr Jr stand for, 149 tied with Harrat No. 23 of rL '
"What difference does it make if should make it their special Tampa with Nobles In atten-
I don't register and vote-it'? concern t:> :egistor and vote dance.
only one vote." when the time comes. Both days were full of activities -
The Nobles] and Daughters
In this particular instance There is other /
one warm legislative attended Sunday ajm. service at
the registering and voting of race coming up the Bethel Baptist Church. The Rev
groes, specially Southern contest of Rep. George llollohan Robert H Wilson delivered the
groes more hangs in the Ne-I and Attorney Carey Matthews. I message. q ,
ance than a local election, had not met Attorney Matthews Other highlights of the session
county political race, or even a before the other night, but I had were: Oriental tea, Sunday 3 p.m.; r ,
state election. I believe than an the pleasure of meeting him at Memorial service, Sunday 7 p.m.,
appreciable increase in voting the dinner given :for [Clarence' Farewell party, Sunday 10 p.m.;
strength of Southern Negroes Mitchell. It seems to me if he Beauty and talent pageant; Potentate -
would !have a direct bearing upon j took the trouble to buy a ticket Ball.
the whole problem of desegregation. for the Mitchell dinner and
The 1959 Gala Day will be heldin
Those of us in the South meet residents of the Negro
with lIar-
the Oasis of Tampa, .
must begin to realize and
now community, he is starting out in host. w.
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No. as
recognize the power and potential -;I the right direction. So I believe, ram
value inherent in our bal- Carey Matthews bears watching Other Nobles who attended the a
lots. in the coming legislative race. sessions: Nobles Samuel Sweet. ,
Rep. Orr and Attorney Matthewslook ing, !Andrew ROberts, frudolph
VOTING AN >NAACP Wallace Melvin R.
Bradley, E. ,
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Jackson, (Nathaniel W. Kimball,
OBJECTIVE am standing John Taylor J. W. Burney, Alex

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must always keep in mind that America and you are N.d'a
election time. Pre- Byrd, Ethel Johnson, Alice Cash,
ballot at
one vote plus one more equals, your V erJlar
Hill and
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PAGE 10/ SATURDAY, JUNE 21, :1958 PATIENT MIAMI BEAUTY SUPPLY CO.Miami's '

CLINIC MOVED

-.............................................................................-............ Only All Colored House
Beginning Monday, June 16 the
Veterans Administration out- Distributors for . .

Good Morning Judge patient medical and dental clinic Posner Persulan Apex Lesters M. L. Forrest
will be in operation as an integral -
, part of the Coral Gables Beauty Furniture and Fixtures by
s News From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court VA hospital on Anatasia Ave.
TVltto tiers consolidation, South ROMITO DONNELLYOPEN
i JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding Florida: 'veterans eligible for outpatient

' By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer treatment ,at the clinic EVENINGS FROM 6 P.M. to 8 P.MJ.

...-..........................................,...................._.._._.._._._._.__.._._._-_uuu........._._._.._ for service-connected have available a more disabilitieswill complete W. REEVES, Owner

"i A small number of only 55 mother was so convincing in her medical service than has
the been possible since the clinic was 6500 N.W. 15th Ave. PL 78991mi
that
oases were listed for trial in testimony to the court
Judge, John D. Johnson's Muni- dau er's denial did not stand up. established in the former Miami
' cipal Court Monday morning, Later the mother told the court Va regional office in 1046. It
June 9. It was the smallest num- that her daughter is the motherof bas remained in operation at the
ber of cases list for a Monday three children, all born out ol VA office: 3300 NE 2nd ave., ..........,., --.-
morning in the history of the local wedlock and that the daughtergot I since the (regional offices were
court. The session ended and to drunk and put on such a October consolidated 1953.at St. Petersburg in CUSTOM/ BUILT HOMES
the court adjourned by 11 a.m. scene that she was forced to call ,
the police. In addition to providing enlarged -
1 Pathetic, indeed, was the case Judge Johnson, gave the as well as additional clinical Sold 30 already*.-Demand so great we have built
of George Washington Wilcox, 34, facilities, veterans will receive -
daughter a warning about her 2 More at N.W. 41st St. and 29th Avenue
458 NW 7th street, apt. 9, and conduct and admonished her not b benefit of outpatientcare
Charlie Eli Wilcox, 6230 NW 13thcou.rt to et it happen again. He fined from aditional specialists on SEE 2789 N.W. 41st STREETOpen
both of whom were
the hospital staff X-ray facilities -
Miss Taylor $25 or ten days, but
' charged with petty larceny in the 1 suspended the fine. will be ,greatly enlarged and Saturday 1 to 5 p.m.
theft of two cans of spam rid there will be additional laboratories -

two cans of corned beef, from a Among other cases; heard and to assist in and speed up 3 Bedrooms Oak floors, formica kitchen, tile roof,
super market located at 1304 NW disposed of were the following: diagnostic tests, Vernon SParker wall heater tile bath large laundry and
utility
room
val-
62nd street. The goods were regional office manager,
ued at 208. The incident oc- Carl Gipson, charge with discharging explained. Also, the physical facilities Built-in oven and range
cured on Sunday afternoon, according a firearm within the of the hospital 'will be
to the court records.Al city limits, fined $75 or 30 days. available for outpatient treat- $1,500 CASH EZ TERMS
Rosenthal, the proprietor ot The gun was confiscated. ment.

the store, was the chief complain- Milton Rothman, Broker
Bertha Mae Russell, charged Parker also pointed out that
ant.The with carrying concealed weapona the move will afford still another 145 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables
wife and young 'baby of ( knife) fined $50 or 20 days distinct advantage to the veteran -
Wilcox in court at the trial
were
whose clinical visit results ina Phone HI 6-6426 JE 2.2225OPPORTUNITY
and the wife tried to plead for Andrew Allen and Leveret Lee, or
leniency for her husband, claim- both charged with being drunk. determination I that hospitali-
zation is needed. The
ing that she (had no support other Allen fined $10 or four days, and! hospital
staff doctors be
for than leniency.he, and George asking Wilcox the Judge admitted Lee, $15 or six days. I with can the readily history familiarized and- It ____ __.__.... _

taking the goods but declared Carrie Hamphrey, charged with progress of the veteran's dis-
that he did so because he disorderly conduct by creating a ability !by the outpatient doctor. AWAITS YOU
was unemployed' had no moneyan : disturbance, fined $25 or ten The reverse of the situation will
needed some food for his days.I prove advantageous when the SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
family. Charlie Wilcox denied patient is discharged I from the
taking the goods, but his denial I Alexander Forbes, charged hospital and placed on an out PSYCHIC READER
under ,I with disorderly conduct by using patient treatment basis.
failed to 'stand cross
the up proprietor of profanity, fined $15 or six Coral Gables buses are available -
Questioning by
days. from
downtown Miami
the store. I every 15 minutes with direct I I I
Taking George's wife /plea for Buelah Mae Reddish and Wilbur connection with the Biltmore bus frOTE:
leniency under consideration, [Reddish, both charged with' at the terminal in Coral Gablesfor I.
Judge, Johnson found both meguilty i disorderly conduct by fighting the short run on to the VA N I E'F
and fine each $25 or ten Cases continued to Tuesday. On hospital. Tt1
days. Charlie's fine was paid bya Tuesday when the case was call- All professional and technical y
young woman who said the two ed both (parties were dismissed. people who have !been working

men were not related, but-George Pauline Lunsford, charged with the veterans at the clinic
was still in jail- with assault and battery with a will remain on the clinic staff at
knife on Jesse Fields fined the hospital, Parker raid Also,
Among other oases heard and< $71 all adminisratlve and rfla' .
or 30 days. clerical: r
disposed of were the following: personnel will 'be moved to con- tA
Paul Kelly, charged with disorderly Francis Bradley, charged with tinue their work in the clinical
conduct by creating a assault and battery with hands on program.
disturbance, fined $10 or 4 days. Queen Graham. Graham was
!Reuben Brown, changed with charged in -
a cross
complaintwith
I reckless driving' and with drive
; ing without a license, fined $21 Bradley.assault Each was and fined battery$25 on 01 lf v Unu 4ac&cw. Let my years of Experience guide and protect you through Lift

I or ten days. ten days. ae a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
1 !Bessie Mae Tumblin, charged StanRay
with assault and battery with a Stella McCoy, charged with WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
knife on James E. Brown, fined disorderly conduct /by creating a For Success in Business And Love
$75 or 30 days. disturbance, fined $25 or ten
Silas Rivers, charged wit !h days but the fine was suspended. CONSULT HER -
drunk and disorderly conduct, You
can now have home made
creating a isturbance, and with Ethel Mae Driflfcwater and W. build according to Get "nc' Hold your happy
the
carrying a concealed weapon (a Louise Nellie Walter, !both your plant or our position you so long wanted
knife)--fined $75 or 30 days. charged with disorderly conduct, Don't Stay in the rut. get out now
Edward Robinson, charged with by creating a disturbance. Both No down paymentUse 6 By the help of God she can help you
assault and battery on Willie fined $15 or six ays.

Wilson, fined $50 or 20 days. Wesley Wilder, charged with your lot Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

Minnie Pannyamon, charged disorderly conduct by creating a 1P&L Eiat7JOf troubleIt
with drunk, disorderly con-
duct and using profanity, fined orders disturbance of a,police failure officer to ,obey and dis-the (!)@ffi i Q 9ra Where will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
$25 bon forfeited. thousands come
orderly conduct !by using pro- yearly for help and advice, you too Can
Nexniae Johnson, charged creating with fanity, fined $55 or 22 days. 100% FinancingNE be touched by this strange mysterious power
disorderly conduct by a
disturbance: and using profanity Willie !Mae Rogers, charged 56171Q.n.r.l WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

$25, bond forfeited. with assault with a knife on The same God who delivered Moieind the
Willie Lucas, charged with assault Robert Lipklns Building Contractor children Israel
and assault with alive
today and
'
will
and 'battery on Dorothy hands on Robert Llpkins, dis- 1121 NW 29th St, MiamiJAMES' .1.1n. .... of open a way for you through
Jaskson, fined $50 or 20 days. missed on both charges life. Let not him that I. blind lead you .,
Eugene Murphy, charged with you stumble with him.
assault with a bottle on Calvin
Carter, fined $50 or 20 days. Do you doubt the existence, of things because you cannot see
Ezekiel Darby, charged with them
assault and /battery on Lucille What do you think of the Invisible wave and
Harris fined $50 or 20 days. sound that make
; Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?

In keeping with previosu predictions I 5 & lOc STORE A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark
a total of 123 cases was earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS
listed for trial in Municipal AN "UNSEEN POWER"
Court on June 16. 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 Therefore, acquaint you...- -
It was another over-capacity self with the one who is an
crowd that greeted the Judge and authority. Whose private

other court officials upon openingof Tablecloths, ea. ............ 680 BUll Spray, can ............ 841 consultation will evolve you ",
the session.
Plastic Drapes, pro ...-.. 1.00 Spray Gun, ea. .......-... 880 to a higher state of mind.
Pathetic was the! case of Ruby

Taylor 24, 1841 NW 6th court, Curtains, pro ..........?.... 1.89 Towels, ea. ...............-... 890 All Information is ''
who was charged with drunk,
disorderly conduct, and creatinga Bedspreads, N. ............ 1.aa Panties, pro ................... 894 Strictly Confidential

disturbance. The incident occurred Planta, ea. ...-.....-....... 360 Umbrellas, ea. ........... 1.al {
Saturday evening and the Office Hours: 9 *.m.-8 p.m.
chief complainant against Miss -s- Sunday: 10 sjn. to 1 p.m.
Taylor was none other than her
mother, Ruth, of the same ad- Drew, materials, Simplicity Patterns laces, xlppers, threads* Don't Write-Call in Person .
dress. needle, button., seam bindings, startle, embroidery, erochet
Regretfully, the mother told ,threads and piece to embroider, dresser scarves, curtains, DAILY READING $1.00 UP '

the court that her daughter was drape, rods, pins and dishes, oilcloth, pictures. 20 YEARS
carrying on in such a ridiculous EXPERIENCE
raaaner that she had no choice 0
but to call the police and have MADAM HUNTER
ber arrested on the! charges MONEY ORDERS KEYS MADE

stated.In .her defense. the daughter Every day.-7:48 a.m. to WO pm.8at til 130: pun. Closed Sun. 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miami

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"
Urban League Launches

SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1958 PAGE 11



Nationwide TST Proaram Violation Child .

-.e I -- - of

New York The National --- -- ----
Urban League, a voluntary inter-
racial agency, announced here \.\ 'F ,>'1 .,, '
this week plans: for a nationwide '. ,'' "'",$," ,I Labor Law ChargedORLANDO
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educational program designed to '
,
direct a larger number of Ne- ,\
gro students into careers in Federal and erations in the Deep South and
scientific and technical fields. state child laws and provisionof begin the seasonal Journey north
The program called "Tomor- the 1957 Social SecurityAct through Georgia, the Carolinas,
row's Scientists and Technicians' requiring coverage of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware
was bailed by Theodore W farm workers "are almost universally and into New Jersey, Pennsyl-
Kheel, League president, as "a violated," Herbert Hill, vania and New York.
challenge to adult community NAACP labor secretary, charged Accompanied by a photographer -
leadership! to discover talented here today at the conclusion of Mr. Hill inspected the camps
youth in their midst. an investigation of the migratory and followed the open trucks
farm labor system in six carrying migrant laborers and
"Every American overlooks: states along the Atlantic Sea their families along the highwayand
gifted youngsters capable of board. witnessed at first (hand the
meeting the demands of new occupational "It is necessary," Mr. lUll asserted daily experiences of these work-
opportunities. The "for the federal government ers in transit. He talked with
Urban League plans to make use to assume a fundamental I many country agricultural ag-
of adults In the community to responsibility in establishing uniform ents and with local and state officials -
stimulate youngsters and to ,, : : of the farm placement
provide ,. t..'; minimum standards and
them with the additionalguidance Nte:.. ,. N .-' ,.. 'Y" \ ,':'(' in securing effective law enforce service of the United States Em-
and with one! incentive Pictured are three offi- ment where the federal jurisdic- ployment Service.
patrol Locka Center
that will enable them to get the on Saturday evenIng The NAACP labor official Indicated -
diction is clear. At thereis
most out of their schooling, ma- cers, representing the B. T. Ken- at 7 o'clock;, plus a big Fish virtually a total present abdication, of that he would present his
ture their talents, and become nedy Detective Agency, operatorsof :Fry and Barbecue. Sgt. Griffin responsibility by the federal findings to the President's Com-
equipped to serve the nation's the K-9 Patrol. The service is will direct activities, assisted by government." mittee on Migrant Agricultural
his
he said.It corporal and patrolman. Workers and to various official
need,
I
II a widely-known organizationwith :Mr. Hill visited migrant labor
agencies in northern states which
will be conducted by local I headquarters at 1654 NW FOR RENTOne I camps and working' sites in use southern migratory farm
Florida, Georgia, Virginia, North
Urban Leagues throughout the 19th St. Working out of the workers.
and South Carolina. He was par-
nation, "to search for and discover company's sub-office at the Red laundry' and dry clean ticularly interested in the loca-
youth who have high poten- Wing Grocery, 2200 West Bunche ing agency now in opera- tions in Florida where many migrant ASTHMATICS!
tial ability for
careers orofes-
sional workers and technicians as Park Drive, Lt. James Wright, tion. Located in a last developing labor caravans originatefor Want simple, effective relief from
; the movement north to New choking, bronchial asthmatic
racking
Sgt. Robert Griffin and 5994 N.W.
and to provide them with adult Cpl area. York, Pennsylvania and New Get
*pasmaf genuine
encouragement, guidance and Thelbert Johnakin are in direct 22nd ave. Jersey.In .
Breatheasy are what you'v
assistance. to "help, them reach patrol of the Qpa Looka area. For additional informationcall the course of this on-4he- been mlMlngl There's no ;*ub tl.

their: potential, the announce With: 14 years or service to the NE 5-4760 after /,4:30 spot survey, the NAACP labor tute for original ,Bre theaay In.
ment said. While the program is community, the B. T. Kennedy I secretary observed thousands of halant ,and 'nebulizing ..t. Get
designed especially for Negro outfit is owned by Chief Kennedywho p.m. southern Negro farm hands, whc comfort by breathing! ,Quaran
youth, it will not be restricted to comprise the migratory farm labor teed.
was a former Miami police
them. officers for force on the eastern sea- J A J DRUQ DEPT. STORE
many years. The patrol -
board, conclude harvesting, 1410 N.W. 62nd St., Miami Fla.
op- ,
An advisory committee of distinguished unit is equipped with a 2- MINCY'SLawn
scientists and technicians marked car service plus 3 IUdi I uuls a'jJaa'j"NSUaasut nsuuisd sta uuAA>qsH'OP )' '"
drawn from 'business! i marked cars for secret detail. A Service
industry, labor and education, respirator-equipped auto for accidental ATBerkley's
will serve as program consul- emergencies will be Phone PL 7-6974

tants. Also a national sponsoring available in a few days to aug- AFTER 4:30 P.M. Cut RateWHERE
committee representing varied ment the radio-dispatched' car
civic interests is supporting the already in use. Just recently a Plant Spraying Soil QUALITY LIES
effort. group of teen-age youngsters
Lester B. Granger, e League's were apprehended by the K-9 Lawn Maintenance
executive director, referring to Patrol and reprimanded for 6511 N.W. 12th Ave. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376
the critical shortages in the scienCES swimming in the area's treacherous -

engineering teaching, canal waters; their parents Apt. 15 Gifts, Cards, Dolls and Gifts of all Kind
languages and other fields neces- were sought an warned.
sary for the national security effort There will !be free movies aJ Jun28 Pokena Sets ........ 1.49 2.98 Dresser Sets 5.19 to 12.98
declared, "the nation' Is now 1734 NW, 182nd Terr., In the Opa Men'e Box Silent NightHandkerchiefs
concentrating on encouragingable ............ .9$ Cologne Set .... 1.25 8.09
students to consider scienceas Electric Iron .... 3.98 9.95 Old Spice Cologne
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Florida LawIf Scott's Emulalon .98 1.79 Comb and Brush
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little to encourage Negro youthto you have a driver's license, we can Insure you Remedy .................... 1.49 Men's Small Brief
follow careers in science and AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR Father John ........ 65 1.85 Cases ........................... 2.98
engineering. For this and other PAY AS YOU RIDE, with little down and 8 months to pay Yaramln Tab ............ 2.98 Evening In Paris
reasons, 'Negroes are poorly represented King's Men's Sets ...?... 2.10 Stick Deodorant, 2 for $1
In highly skilled or pro-
SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
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The "Tomorrow's Scientists and SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK
Technicians" program will acquaint Open Dally and Saturdays to I p.m.
Where Prices Are Right
adult leadership groups in 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9.5284
hundreds of communities with 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue

raise ways their to help career motivate aspirations.students to We Deliver Call FR 3-9458 or FR 4.2376

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper Barnett-Seniors . IN MEMORIAMIn
(Funeral services for L. C. sad !but loving memory of
PAGE ((12 SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1958CARDSMEMORIALS DEATHS Vassar. of 1800() NW 4th court our dear wife, mother and aunt,
who died June 12, was held June MRS. HANNAH MAE !ROGERS
19 at the downtown chapel. lie who passed away June 19, 1&55.
is survived by his mother, two !May ,she rest in peace and may
Francis I. brothers\ afcd tolther relatives. light perpetual shine upon her.
James Rogers, husband'
Mrs. Harriette Julia Light Funeral services for Allen Rid- Shirley Mae Rogers Dght.
1 Lightfcourn of 2175 NW 70th ter ley of 1828 NW 4th ct., who died 'Patsy Ann Boyd, niece
died June 12 at home. Funeral June 15 will !be held at Albany,
Thanks IN MEMORIAMIn services will \Ibe held on SaUr-: Ga. on Sunday He is survivedby CA'< n OF THANKSThe
day, June 21, 2 pm. at St. Matthew's his father, Robert, and other
family of the late,
Church Rev. N.
,
Baptist
I To the many friends and sad but. loving memory of relatives. EMMA WHITEHEADtake
officiating.
neighbors in my time of sorrow our mother and sister, ,F. Clark five daughters! this method to thank all
for donations, consoling cards, MRS. ANNIE HARRIS: Survivors are sisters four CARD OF THANKSThe kind friends, neighbors and rela-
four
I florals and other tokens of sym I, who departed this life June 18, four brothers sons, 18, grand children, and family of the late, tives for cards, letters, flowers, sl R
pathy, I most heartily thank you 1953. other relatives. Interment at MRS. ANNA HUTCHINSON the use of cars, and services offered ZJ
,f very much. May she rest in peace. She is Evergreen.Mrs. whose passing occurred qn June during her recent illness
(Mrs. Julia Littlejohn .sadly missed. 5, wish to thank the many and, death. May God /bless each of
Mrs Marie Andrews, ])ght. Aubrey of and for all
friends neighbors
/
) CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Lula Flowers, sister 1027 NW 1st court, apt. 8, died kind and thoughtful deeds ren- you.Hudson Whitehead Jr., A

We the bereaved family of the June >11 at Jackson Hospital. dered during our) period of be- _. husband Y.
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[IN MEMORIAMIn Funeral services were held on reavement. For the many beauti- '
I : late
JOHN REYNOLDS Tuesday, June 17, 2 p.m. at the ful cards and flowers we are also $1,000 or Your Lot a'
of our dear Church Rev. Brown To Rev. E. A. Culmer
acknowlege with deep gratitudeeach loving memory First Baptist grateful R
and expression! of beloved wife and mother, officiating. She is survived /toy 2 and his church family, Rev. As a down payment, 3 bed
every
MRS EVA M. YOUNG children, three sisters, a brother, Howard Demeritte, the Fraternal
sympathy friends; those shown who by sent our many cards, who pasted away June 17, 1953. six sisters-in-law. Interment at organizations, and the Range room new, on corner on two o:

telegrams, flowers and those who We often sit and think of you Evergreen. Funeral Home, we are especially lots. 2901 NW 43rd Terr. F
of the use of their cars, and And then of how you died thankful. We will remember you
gave to those who gave of their service To think you could not say good Mrs Anna Lee of 525 NW 2nd in our prayers; May God bless Hardwood floors. A beauty. 8

in many ways to help lessen \byeBefore ave., apt 3 died June 16 at you. one and all
the pain of our most grevious you closed your eyes home. Funeral services will be Signed: Lots for sale. Cash for your

;, hour. To all of you we say The !blow was hard, the shock held June, 21, 3 p.m.at Mt. Sinai Nathaniel Hutchinson, son lots. Baron JE 81340. b
t thanks, again!., and pray God'srichest : severe, Baptist Churdh Rev. S. A. Harold Hutchinson, R
We never thought your death: so Thomas officiating. foster, scatAnd
S 1 blessings upon you. Open 3.5 p.m.
# f The Reynolds Family near Survivors are three daughters, Families cc
\ But only those who lost can tell a son, 21 grandchildren and 12
: The pain! of (parting without great grandchildren. Interment at -=
t i Thank You farewell. Evergreen s
$
The family of the late, James T. Young, husband
WILHEMINA BUnTTERFIELD Leander Young, son ,Willie Johnson of 1021 NW 4thlaalzse DO THE WISE THING
o i adknowledges with grateful appreciation Daisy Y. Reid, daughter uo H .aunt uo p"jp jjnoo i
l; the kind expressions Evelyn S. Young, at Jackson Memorial Hospital 11

4 1 of your sympathy. daughterinlawRay Funeral services were held Friday Provide Burial Space In 4
F. Reid, son-in-law June 20, 4 pjn. at the chapel. a
Rev. Aaron Hall officiating.
IN MEMORIAM
t IN MEMORIAMIn His survivors are wife, Irene, ,Advance of Need rt
four daughters' a Eon and a
.. In loving memory of our beloved 1
sad but loving of grandson. Interment at Ever-
I one, memory
i .", JACK GOLDEN our dear husband, father and green. MEETING YOUR RESPONSIBILITY MEANS j
: who this life June 19
departed grandfather, S
I. -The selection will made with
l k\ 1945. NOBLE R. WILLIAMS SR. Range . be reason, unaffected -

Mabel Golden and Family who departed this life June 20, Mrs Annie !P. Riley, 10495 SW by burdening emotion p

II 1956. 172nd St., Perrine, died at Dade
dear and lake 2.The will be less
IN MEMORIAM Sleep on one County Hospital on June 14. She cost
your rest, we love you but Gad is
survived by her mother, two
; loves 'best 3.Insurance will be completely available for
i In .sad, Abu loving memory of you daughters, land other relatives. money
t our deaf'other, Mrs; Gertrude Williams Local services will Ibe conductedat the many family needs.
And
MRS. ANNA ALLEN \ Family Sweet Home Baptist Churchof I
who departed this life June 17, Perrine on Friday, June 20 at 4.-You will make the choice together. I
1953. IN MEMORIAM 2 p.m. with Rev. E. King offi- (
Friends may think we have for- ciating. Immediately followingthe '
t gotten In. loving memory of my dear services the body will be .
When At times they see ois smile wife, shipped to Ocala for final rites
But they little know the heartaches and !burial on Sunday.: EVERGREEN CEMETEY now has pre-need family ;

who departed this life June 18, Mrs Eva Dunwoody of 2748 spaces at $75 per space. Terms can be arranged to

Sadly missed by children NW 48th st., died at home on suit.
M r. Amos :Allen, 'son and June 14. She is survived by two
family sons and other relatives. Funeral
s..\ ;> Mrs. Gertrude Wesley, arrangements are complete EVERGREEN CEMETERY

,t. i; daughter and family pending the arrival of relatives
:II; I\:<;/'{ .. Mrs. Sue Charlton, daughter w ,fir
t Mrs. Mary Francis ,White, Mose Perrln of 3132 NW 43rd
daughter and family st., died at :his residence on June 3064 N.W. 41st St. NE 4-8242
14 He is survived by his widow,
IN MEMORIAM Albertha, a young daughter and
t 1'V rt other relatives. Services will be
.. conducted on June 23 at 2
In sad but loving memory of pin
our loved one, at New Hope Baptist Church,
where he was an ordained dea-
con. Rev. J. E. Browh will offi-
ciate. Burial will be conducted When DIGNITY is on a BUDGET .
in Lincoln
2 x t r N U. 4 4X4.1 you will find the
a Percy Ritchie Sr.. of 5436 SW

F 21st st., West Hollywood, died at BARNETT SENIORS
Memorial Hospital on June 15.
) 4 Survivors Include his wife, Blon-
eva, a daughter, Shirley, two organization worthyof
ETHEL MAUDE MORLEY step daughters, Mrs. Arlene Gal.

who departed this life June 22, lager, and Miriam Bowleg two your recommendation .'
1955. sons, Percy Jr., and Franklin; 2
Gone stepsons Leroy and Raymond
but not forgotten P
Bowleg, two
daughters-in-law, 3
Cleveland Morley, husband
brothers and other relatives. *
Johnny Roy, Cleveland
Services will be
conducted at
Quentin Kathleen, children Central Bajrtitt} Church of Car... . "' .
One
Mr. and Mrs Ezefelel veraRandhes"dh' .of . .
Wallace, parents Sunday, June 22
'' at 2:30: pjn. with the pastor, Rev.
r;:;''f'" l\"' E. J. Clarke officiating.
LOTS FOR SALE Mr. Ritchie will lie in reposeat 'MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL"

., the chapel beginning at 11
4"I' Easy Terms ajn. on Saturday and will be air-conditioned
fJ :} Build on your lot takem to his home in West Hol-
;; a or mine lywood at 6 ipjn. where he will

11 THOMAS H. WTLBER MINGO We take care of financing on lie Sunday.In repose Burial until will funeral be con-time

(Daddy Mingo) :NO MONEY DOWN ducted in the Hallandale City
11 who departed this life June 21, Cemetery.
1955 in Key West. Cash [paid lor your lots or ii-

Dear loved one three yean home Homer McOullough of 3931

have passed since you left us. It Baron JE 8-1340 SW 27tth at., West !Hollywood,
seems as if it was yesterday. died at Magnolia Hospital on 5-
i Now the old home 1s vacant, no June 18. He is survived by hi* _
one to take your place. Someday widow, Gussle, a brother, Willie
we hope to meet you in that Non-Surgical Treatment Jones. Funeral arrangements are
city where angels dwell and in Hernia Piles incomplete aped will be announced UNERAL HOMES Inc.
that beautiful mansion where no over local radio stations.
one ever I bids farewell. (Rupture) (Htmorrholdt)

I Sadly missed by relatives DR. LONG'S CLINIC

Mrs. Julia Mingo, wife general, health service "CANVASSERS, Men MAIN OFFICE
Mrs. Ernestine Welters, I 21 8.W. 13th Ave.
daughter Phone FR 8.2743 and women with cars. 236 N.W. 7th St. phone FR 7-1081

:Mrs. Vanderlene Edwards, I Intelligent, reliable.
;(:. daughter, Add Llf to Years Guaranteed products
'<,; 1 Mrs. Geraldine Laster, i and Year to Lift need in all homes. BROWNSVILLE

;1 ,i grand daughter I Ir REDUCESpecial Leads furnished. FR 2936 N.W. 46th St
k{, I !Mrs. Rose Bud Hall, sister i phone NE 3-2231
I { Harry and Larry Mingo, ,I Medication B-1093.

F .w brothen' '.. .t. ,.. .



i Love and Charity "Return of Dracula" THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"
,

58th Grand Lodge I "Flame Barrier"The SATURDAY JUNE 21, 1958 PAGE 13

On June 23 -
25 the Love and screen's greatest twin honor -
Charity Order will hold its 58th show
is slated to be shown
Annual DAUGHTER ELKS are changes made.
Grand
Lodge at the on the
screen of the Capitol I
The deputy has urged'
Temple, 11th st. and 3rd Theatre everyoneto
ave. starring the world's most TO
HONOR
Grand 1 do her best as usual. The
opening program will be horrible
fiend, Dracula makes
a prizes will be elaborate and there
held at St. Paul AME Church film comeback in "The Return of I ELLEN TAYLOR will be a trip to the Grand
Monday night. All members Dracula"
are and coupled with that
for the
Temple sponsors raisingthe :
asked to be out for this special picture is a story as fresh as today's I By DT. EDNA DAVISDT. ighett amount over $200.
event. We will have the I
presenceof headlines dealing>, with For little coupons in the contest
RENT Prof. Charles Williams, prin- launched and lost satellites 'The contact Dt. Olvia Rogers.-
cipal of Booker T. Washington Flame Barrier." Both films are
High School, who is well knownas Unite Artists releases.
week. Double $10 Thank YouWe
ROOMS by an outstanding speaker. It
\ Ingle $8.50. Mae's Guest House, will be well for you to hear him. I NOTICEAll

1 2179( Washington St.. Opa Locka. Tuesday morning at 10( o'clock wish to thank our many

J21 E. Williams, DDGWS, will sound friends and relatives who were
the !gavel and at 10:30: ( the gavel the officers and members of to very nice to us with gifts and
ROOM. Nice room available for shall be presented to the Hon. Junior and Senior Ushers donations after our recent gradation -

clean cut young man, In a pri- A. J. Baisden, DGWS who has Union Association are urged to be from high school. Your

vate home, 5820 NW 17th ave., promised this 58th conclave the present at our monthly program r generosity will never be forgot
Sunday, June 22 3
apt 5.ROOM. most educational and inspiring' p.m. sharp. ten.
I : session of all time. The program will be sponsored I Jean and Phyllis Peterson

for rent at 141 NW 9th at. A. J. Baisden, DGWS between Mt. Zion Baptist Church

| see Miss Montgomery at apt. 1 Mrs.: E. Johnson, chairmanATTENTION I senior junior usher usher board board. and The Mt.program Zion Personal MentionMiller
second floor. Jul 5
on will be sponsored at Mt. Zion
I Baptist Church on 9th street and Collins, formerly of
FUKWSHED Efficiency. Couple. 3rd ave. Miami and now of Chicago, arrived -
I 870 NW 55th Terr., phone NEw- The International Associationof in Miami on Saturday
Thanking you in advance for
Railway Employees of Local: 60
ton 5-0010. I afternoon on a short visit with
and the (Ladies' Auxiliary will your David cooperation Hudson, I his mother, Mrs. Louise! Collins
DUPLEX apartments 2 have their anniversary service at I presidentRev. Collins
NEW E. T. Graham of 934 NW 2nd court. Mr.
bedrooms, large lots, $16.75 week St. Luke Baptist Church, 1809 Mrs. Tommie Ellison, pastor expects to remain in Miami until
Richmond Heights. Call Mrs. NW 6th ave., Rev. P. W. Williams, Rep. this Saturday.

Ora D. Taylor, CE 5-4246. pastor, Sunday, June 22 at 11 In Chicago he serves as an employment
am. The public is invited.B. Hospital DriveSuccessful counsellor for the Illinois

STORE UNIT; beauty shop or II. Howell, president ELLEN TAYLOR State Dcpt of Labor. He Is

shoe shop. 5749 NW 22nd ave. . Served 9 Year also very active with the Upsi-

$65,00 1 Fer: month. See barber on SEWING CLASSESFOR Goulds, Fla. The Lincoln II On next Wednesday, June 25. lon Sigma chapter of Phi Beta
which will be
premises. GIRLS 1 Memorial the Dt. Elks of Greater Miami Sigma fraternity
starts Jude< 25, Hospital drive to hep I the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity
3095 NW 43rd the I Temple will fete past Dt. Ruler
terr., NE 4-6675, get wiring done, ende.i on host to the national conclave of
FURNISHED comfortable roomIn Miss Thurston. I May 31. Winner of the portable I Ellen Taylor with a party In
Christian home. Call NEwton I TV was Mrs. Helen Valentine, honor of the nine valuable yearsof which will meeet during the
4-1854. 7151 NW sacrifice and service that she coming Christmas holidays.
PIANO INSTRUCTIONFor 22nd ave.
Mr. Collins is also active in
The amount raised was $804. rendered. Refreshments will be
NICELY apt. 14th information call PLaza We are still soliciting f l:1di :o Acoat d by the members and each 1 church and community activitiesin
This is his first visit
ave and 55th terr. Phone New- 8-3502. Miss Cassandra Hanna, complete the hospital. I member was requested to bring Chicago.
ton 3-6825. 1418 NW 69th at.WHEN. to Miami in more than a year.
A. Mays, president a gift The Dt. Deputy is asking
He is highly impressed" with the
I that the daughters let their gift
M. Roux, secretary I
tremendous which Miami

progress
HOUSE. Completely furnished be folded money. Each daughter
S16JJO weekly. Nice and quiet ; is requested to pin her name on has made. Mr. Collins says it
Gardenia Circle ClubWe is "the
really Magic City
surroundings. For decent familyNE the money and turn over to

5-8915, 1934 NW 58th St. THE her to be cone lied. This gift Trill
are pleased to express our Mrs. Ernestine Drisdom Kirk-
be presented by the Dt. Ruler,
appreciation to the members of land who has been living in New
NEW one bedroom apartment, Myrtle Davis. All daughter rulers -
unfurnished. Large yard, adults. TIME COMESFOR Mt. Sinai Baptist Church 1419 from the various templesare Jersey, Virginia and New York
$17 week 1321 NW 58th terr. NW 5th Place and to the pastor, invited. The brothers of for the past year and a Half returned -
I Rev. S. A. Thomas, for our visitto Greater Miami Lodge 1113 are to Miami Wednesday for
worship with them Father's an indefinite stay. Mrs. Kirkland
FURNISHED Efficiency apartment be Dt. Taylor
urged to present ,
is the wife of Cpl. Leroy Kirk-
in home. Prefer succeeded Dt. Myrtle
private DayOur was by
land, who is now in the Army
couple 1387 NW 60th st. PLaza spirit was highly lifted Davis a member of Greater Miami I
7-7181. BURIALHERE throughout the teBvioe. Rev. A. for the stationed at Ft. Eustis, Va. Sheis
Temple past
J.C lolier I the daughter of Mrs. Kather-
five years. Dt Davis U- wide
J. Collier tae Drisdom and a sister of Miss
so ably spoke on the
1 BEDROOM Apt. Bus 24 passes ly known as an educator a : RobertaCookie" both
door, 2945 NW 46th st. Phone subject, "The Seven Great prominent church worker and ; Drisdom
Wonders of unV' 4th place.
FR 3-9253. of The World. We'vebeen club She is speaker
9-3576 or HI ARE SOME woman. a :
anxious for sometime to within her own rights and taught I
Mrs. Luella Black of 1411 NW69th
know of these
wonders. May God
ROOM. Nice room available for In the public schools of D a d e terrace her three children
,
bless and
Rev. Collier
clean cut young men in a (private Sound Tips: his wife in keep their new field and in County for a number of years. I I and her sister, Mn. Corine Man-

home, 5820 NW 17th ave., New Jeney Because of Dt Davis' wide experience ning of 1430 NW 69th it, left

apt 5.4ROOM. I Greater Miami Temple, June 17 to visit a sister in De-
1-Make sure that you geta The pastor, officers and mem- should forge ahead as never be-I troit. They expect to be on vacation

APT and rooms DEED, so that the bers took great pleasure in informing i fore. The numerical and financial 30 day Mrs. BlacJf and

Phone NE :3-0037. grave can never get us that Mr. Polite pass- strength should increase and Mrs. Manning are daughters of

"lost." ed his examination for ordina- be greater. Mrs. Elizabeth Houston.
EFFICIENCY Apt. For adults tion successfully and will be ordained I The Little Folks Contest will

Call Saturday, 2161 NW 59th at. on June 22. Mt. Sinai's terminate Wednesday, July 9 at I I Mrs. Josie Mae Hamilton, foster
2-Make sure that the loss of this fine gentleman, bus- I 7:30: p.m. Many are contributing. : daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

cemetery' you select ness man, will be the gain of 1 Sponsors and another group co- Cleveland Sampson, left by Na-
keeps rec the First Baptist Church in sponsors. Dt. Lilly Mae tom: and I tional Airlines to join her brother
permanent
FOR SALEREFRIGERATORS Brownsville.We i Dt. Beatrice Dunaway are co- In Houston, Texas, and motor
ords. "sponsors. Dt. Olivia Rogers and from there to her home in Del
TV the Gardenia Club, join Dt. Lee Ruth Davis are o-spon-
washers, I Rio, Texas for a month's vaca-
with other well wishers of Mr.
and sor!.
ranges. Best payment plan 3-Make that the tion.
in town. Call PI 7-7767. Ark for sure Polite for Godspeed in his new Dts. Pinkie Lowe and Enid ,
maintains
Ralph. Jun28 cemetery a ly chosen field. I Reese, co-sponsors. Dts. Ida Mae

care fund.4Make Regret to hear of Mrs. Sadit Fuller, Flossie Robinson are plac-I,'
GROCERY and Sundry businesi Bcckham'j illness. The entire ed on the contributors list These Advertise It Pays!

for sale, 6400 NW 15th ave. NE sure that the membership speedy of the club wish youa .
4-6488. recovery.
cemetery has the help to We're proud of your coopera-
keep it beautiful. tion and our donation to the organ SALE OF GOLF BEGINNING IN JULY . .

CHILD CARE (guild of Mt. Sinai. Much
success in your efforts COURSE RULINGTO Adult Night Music

Will keep your children while 5-MaJce sure that the Mrs. Edna Grant presidentMr BE

you work 6939 NW 20th ave. cemetery ia a member of C. Paschal, reporter Class at NHSAn

Phone NE :55795.: the AMERICAN CEMETERY APPEALEDTallahassee

ASSOCIAION, The Florida Supreme adult night class in Choral
it it' dedicated Court ruled Wednesdaythat and Secular Music is now being
which means -.
the City of Fort Lauderdale organized for a July opening at
FOR RENT to high ethics and NEW lawfully could sell its municipal Northwestern High School. 'The

principlel.SUCH PHONE NUMBER golf course to a private organization course will cover the followingareas
Large Size even though its real motive :

A CEMETERY IS was to prevent integration. 1. Teach bade rudIments music
Storein FR 9-6779 G. E. Graves, attorney for the 2. Offer experience In sight

I four Negroes bringing the suit, slnjin and ear-training.
heart of Coconut Grove announced that the ruling would 3. Teach voice placement and

area. Suitable for physician, EVERGREENCEMETERY NORTH'STRAVEL be appealed to a higher court. control.
BUREAU The court is thought to have 4. Offer numerous experiencesin
dentist, etc. For informationHI gone far afield in ruling that Intent two three and four-part har-

does not affect the legalityof mony.
1104 N.W. 3rd Are. sales of public property 5. Teach conducting techniques:

8-1085 The court said it found nothing 0. Consider phonics and phrasing

irregular in the sale by the cityto as they pertain to .aJnl 1'.
the Fort Lauderdale Men's 7. Offer a broad selection of religious -

Golf Association Inc. The court secular aDd choir musicto

3065 N.W. 41st St. The Best People said the sale was properly advertised cover the needs of moat vocal
and the high bid ac- groups.
House For Sale Live at cepted. 8. Consider other related areas
Negro golfers curd in the as the need arises.

Almost new 3 bed NE 4-8242 Atlantic Manor BrOward County Circuit Court to For your personal enjoyment
block the sale on the; ground enrichment and the opportunity
room GBJ3., awning that its purpose was ta avoid a to express yourself musically
S
type windows, hard GardenApartments federal court decree Integratingthe this is a rare experience! '-

wood floors, carporte, golf courses. I The two nights week will be

lot 100x105, rear fence, We charge less The complaint also alleged that arranged to suit the convenience
$5,000 handle sale of the municipal course to a of the majority. of the participants. -

42 St. and 32 Ave.. private golf association violated .
Yet give you more the constitutional right, of the For further Information or to s
1581 NW 55 Ter. ..mI plaintiffs and that the telling enroll, call Mrs. Sylvia B. Espy
I PL 41m.FOR .
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TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. address and Rev. E. A. Culmer
1 I pronounced the benediction.
L L. A. Thompson, pastor Mrs. Esme Bain presided at

The pastor and congregationtake the: evening service, and the
i this method of thanking male chorus sang The invoca-
Brother Chas. McCloud, a most tion was offered by the pastor.
loyal[ member, for presenting the Miss Etheleen Thompson .gave a
church two new pulpit chairs reading and Alonza Rolle a &olo.
last week. Thanks a million! The following fathers were
: Cfturdi Sunday at 3:30: p.m. the Sun- honored: Rev. E. A. Oulmer, by
day School of St. Mary's W. M. his son, Harold; Sidney Trotmanby
t Church will "invade"' Temple ina his daughter, Helen; Albert
popularity contest. Unless the Carey, by his granddaughter,
folk at Temple wake up in time Miss Peggy Anderson; Alfred
.
they art bound to get an "un Brown, by his daughter, Sher-
I
lucky" blow. From all reports, win; Edward Young, by his
ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. St. Mary's: Is ready. The public daughter, Alvin; Mr. Lightbourn,
: I is invited to join the fun. by his ton, Arnold; Albert Bain
I.t THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. The Grand United Order of by his grand daughter, Ann
Phone FR 9-1424 Pall Bearers of America will Sweeting.The .
I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1958 MASSrS: holds its Annual Memorial Ser- services were very inter-

Daily ...........................-....... 8 a.m. vice at Temple on IThursday, esting and successful and the
I' Sunday........... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m. June 26. 8 p.m.BAHA'I fathers deserved credit for their
Ml. CALVARY BAPTIST I CORINTH BAPTISTMeets cooperation. Thanks to Mrs. U.
ST. JAMES BAPTIST ASSEMBLYMrs. Higgs who was at the organ
i'' I Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor every 2nd and 4th Sunday morning and evening.The .
Oretha Holder. reporter at Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist 323 N.W. 14th St. Esther Davison of the public! is invited to attenda
i. Church. Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor Miami Shores Baha'i Group, will contest between the Sunday
honor to God the -
f r! Giving with services Sunday School ...--......._..... 930: Sunday Services lead the discussion on "The Schools of Temple Baptist and
I at our church began Morning worship ................ 1130: Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m. Atomic Mandate" 7:45: p.m. Sun- St. Mary's, Sunday 3:30: at
School with Deacon p.m.
the Sunday Evening Service ...-............. 7:30: Morning Worship ........ 11:00 a.m day, June 22 at the Baha'i Cen- Temple. Come out and witnessSt.
i Mann in charge. The School was Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor, BTU ............................... 5:30: p.m. ter, 137 NW 11th ave. All races Mary's get a good
f" largely attended as usual. A gospel preacher and successful Evening Worship ............ 7:30: p.m. and faiths are cordially Invited whipping
splendid review of the lesson. pastor. Visitors always welcome to attend.
.
was given !by Rev. Chalk. I Ministers and

was At conducted 11 a.m. devotional by the deacons service, TRINITY WESLEYANRev. GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. ST. MARY'S W. M. Deacons at New

: with soul-stirring prayers and up Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporterRev BethelThe
Culmer
James pastor
Music fur- E. Johnson pastor ,
lifting hymns. was George Edwards clerk E. A. Culmer, pastor
No. 1 choir. The Mrs. Phyllis Andrews reporter Eddie Ministers and Deacons'
mes- .
sage nished was by delivered by the pastor Sunday School................... B ajn Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m. Sunday School !began at the Union of the Atlantic Coast Bap-
from Nehemiah 2:1: subject' Morning worship .................... 11:00: Morning worship .................. 11:00: usual hour with Miss Helen tist Association will meet with
"A Noble Man." The church was Young People's Meeting 5 p.m Westminister Fellowship .... 6 p.m Trotman in charge and the teach- New Bethel Baiplst Church, June
filled to its capacity. We were ers at their posts. The lesson was 2729. The opening program will
blessed to have one joined under BAPTISTRev. EBENEZER METHODISTRev. reviewed /iby our pastor. !be on Thursday evening' at 8 p.m.
Christian experience. FRIENDSHIP During the Father's Day pro- The public is Invited.
A. D. Hall, pastor
at 11 John Bullard
I C. J. Burney, pastor gram a.m.
Hanbrick reporter
Ernestine ,
Sunday afternoon we celebrated 'presided and the male chorus
Claudia Wilson, reporterWe NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
Father's Day, fathers were Sunday will be observed as rendered selections. Rev. HaroldV. j
honored at our Father's Day ,pro are! thankful to God for Student Day. You will miss a Stuart gave the invocation; 1571 N.W. 68th Terr.
gram, which was a very success- another Blessed day throughout treat if you fail to come out and responsive reading was led by H. Rev. G. Jones, pastor
ful one this year. Sunday, beginning with n early enjoy a day with our youth. One Culmer; solos were rendered by Sunday School........... 9:45: a.m.
Sunday night at 7 p.m. service morning baptism. Then Sunday of our own young people of the Elon ALbury and Joseph Pieze. Morning worship .................. 11:00:
was conducted by the deacons. School. Our pastor delivered both church' and home on vacation I Wilfred Gibson delivered the Evening worship ................... 7:30:
Music was rendered by the No; messages. The morning messagewas from college will be guest speaker. .
2 choir. The church was again found in Psalm: 25:12: theme -- --
full. The message was delivered "Chosen God's Best." The evenIng SPECIAL DISCOUNT SALE nee
I by the pastor which was some- text from from St. Matthews All members are asked to accompany SOUTHERN CHOIR atVt
what a lecture on how to live in 8:3: "Master's Touch." Both mes- Rev. Hall to Perrine on
this world with God as our guide, sages were delivered with much Sunday night to Kerr's Memo- GOWNS COMPANY VtB'
it was right to the point and power and enjoyed. Our men rial Methodist Church in an after -
bnefiting to all present, if they ushers were in charge of the day's service. Choir No. 2 and Sr. 216 N.E. 2nd Ave. MiamiFR sc
would take heed. services. The No. 1 choir rendered usher board No.1 will serve. 4.2737 FR 1.8011 rlC
In our (prayers let us remember music for the morning while will Room 212 (
weeks
Within few
a we of
the sick, and those in need. the No. 2 choir rendered music
Visitors are always welcome at I for the evening. once more witness the celebra-
at Eben- Custom made choir
tion of Woman's Day gowns siat
!
church
our do come and worship
with us.MARTIN. BTU had a wonderful lesson. ezer. Those of you who were here
Highest Quality I !
There will be a program rendered last year cannot help recalling [ of
MEMORIAL AME the fourth Sunday evening at I the masterful addresses delivered Lowest Prices! nlbl
5:30: o'clock by the BTU. Come by Mesdames Athalie Range andI. blT
; Richmond Heights and enjoy yourself with us. C. Mickins on some outstanding From $10.95 i
Rev. Albert Jones, pastor (personalities who have help-
;. Wilma M. Harris, reporter We felt honored to have our ed to make the church a ,great New Style Old Style 81
i : : many friends and visitors pres- institution. Our minds go back to Choice of Finest Fabrics
On Sunday morning our pastor ent with us throughout the day. the leadership also of our last
1 MI organized the Sunday School Friendship is where you will find year's woman's day chairman, Caps Collars Stoles IrJ

y Now we are having church. each a very warm welcome at all Mrs. F. M. Murray, as she led All Color and Combinations
Sunday, Sunday School will start times. us to a financial success.
promptly at 9:30.: Miss Myrtis Larry Dlekett/ will call on you at no
THE INCARNATIONFr. Birthdays are common to all of
Wilson who
worked so untiringly obligation
us as we are reminded annuallyof g
with the community Sunday E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar our birthdate. The Woman's '

School. was elected superintendent. Veronica (\'*Try, reporter Day affair of Ebenezer Is ,significant .
because it Is the time
i j At our 1 o'clock worship the SUNDAY when the attending members c.P
} pastor took his text from the Church School and Adult meet the Individuals who "put RAPHU S. WILLIAMS \1
:. 5th chanter! of Paul's Letter to Bible. Class ................ 9:30 a.m themselves Into the people" and i
The Corinthians and delivered a Solemn Sung Mass and the effectiveness of their work ov.
it, highly 'spiritual sermon. Sermon ..............-... 11:00: a.m. can be seen and shared by PRIVATE FOR HIRE
i On Tuesday evening our pas- Episcopal YoungChurchmen hundreds of young men and wo e

: tor and members motored over ................ 5:30: pjn men. c
I I to HIaleah Bethel AME to worship Solemn Evensong and Ambulance ServiceFRanklin p

with the Rev. O. W. Bur- Sermon ...................... 7:30: pjn. Regardless as to whether; we tl
roughs and his congregation. TUESDAY remember or fonget. This affair V

Junior Ohurch Is held every Acolyte Practice .................... 6 p.m will occur annually. This: year as 3.5900 V
Tuesday at 6:30.: Parents send WEDNESDAY we prepare for the celebrationwe c

your children out. Low Mass ..............-....... 6:30: a.m can see the list of those who r
Evensong, Meditation and gave themselves unselfishly has HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL
: Sunday was a wonderful day I Confirmation Instruction increased. Will we members c

at our church. Sunday School for Adults .................... 8 p.m catch the apark that was started ,
t
began promptly at 9:30: and the THURSDAYSt. by the founding mothers or will
school was filled to capacity. Mary's ChoirRehearsal we let it go out We have looked C

At our morning service the ............... 5:30: p.m. to the various captains and i l
I scripture lesson was taken from FRIDAY past ministers for guidance, but B. Solomon Funeral Home
I the 40th Psalm. Our r
pastor took St. Cecelia's Choir Guild tomorrow we will look to Mrs.

his text from the 13th chapter of Rehearsal..............8 p.m. Grace E. Albert and Mrs. A. D. (Established 1928)) 1c
Corinthians and delivered a Hall, chairman and cochairmanfor
Note: Masses All Saint and
on
1 highly .spiritual On Sunday and at enlighteningsermon. 3 o'clock Holy Days ............................ 6 am Woman's Day. Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service "Jj 1t j

the quarterly conference was_ An so goodbye, "parting is t
held. The presiding elder of the FIRST UNITARIAN such sweet sorrow." There words Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
Miami district, the Rev. W. B. quoted from Shakespeare express I(
Coffey delivered the sermon at The three"act play, "Thunde my regrets upon leaving i
this service. In the Morning" by Robert Saw- Ebenezer for a short while. It is .
yer, which was scheduled earlierIn sweet because of the pleasant .
In All boards and auxiliaries were the month, but cancelled will memories accumulated over a 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440 I
readiness and made their
reports Jr
be presented by the Tropical period of years. It is sorrowful
brief and to the TheE.
point. Drama Guild on Saturday, June beause I cannot take with me
M. Blocker Club of Greater
21, 8:15: pan in the Social Hall< the many friends I have come to
Bethel AME worshipped with us know and to love.
of the First Unitarian Church,
It was indeed a pleasure to this
Dixie Highway at SW 29th Road.
fine group of women' with us. Tickets !be purchased at the My duties and responsibilities "A Living Service For The Living"
Sunday more block pledgeswere may as chairman of publicity of Wo-
door that
turned In and our drive has evening. man's Day and reporter for your
been a success. "Profile of a Liberal" will be church and mine have fallen to Range Funeral Home
Dinners are being sold on Sat- the sermon topic of the Rev. my choice, Mrs. Virginia Goins,
urdays. Contact any members Glenn O. Canfield on Sunday, sister of Yours Truly. As I write
the ushers board and place your June 22, 11. am. The Liberal Religious these lines of farewell to you I OSCAR AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owners
order now, and help support Youth group will meet at feel certain In the same loyal
your church building fund. Visitors the church that evening at 6:30.: support you gave me you will PHONES: PL 4-7468-PL 1.1331
t t are always welcome at our give to Mrs. Coins. I wish to remind -
services, so won't you come and Supper at 7 pjn. will be served you that Ebenezer belongsto
''i worship with us? on Friday June 27 preceding the you. The success or failure of Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
monthly PTA meeting scheduledfor Woman's Day depends upon the
,, 8 pjn. This will be the organizational support received from th 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida

I Advertise It Pays! year's program.meeting for the new membership.tain. Support your cap-



Church of God' THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper

District Youth Meeting on June I SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1958 PAGE :15
23 at the Church of God, 1800
NW 2nd court, at 8:15: p.m. Yott
are welcome.Bro. 5:30 pjm. During evening wor- Day Adventists In that district.
Geo. A. Wallace, pastor ship we were +honored with the Elder Stafford of Oakwood Col-
Mrs. Agnes Burns, presence of Bishop W. F. Ball lege gave a brief talk in the interest -
Dist. Youth Dir. who related the (history of his cf the school
Miss Esther Thurston, trip to Africa. One was united to We're very happy to have had
I local Pres. the church during the day. Come I with us for the past three weeks
and worship with us. You are Elder James Edgecombe and hh
I 1k St. Matthew AME Zion always welcome. family of Washington, D.C. who
will be leaving to ,go back on this
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. BETHANY S. D. A. w dlrond. May God grant them a
Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor safe return.
I I Y Sunday School............... 9:45: a.m Elder C. B. Rock, pastor ,
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. Mrs. G. Evelyn Tynes, reporterOn Several members of Bethany,
Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m, i including our pastor, Elder Rock,
3 last Sabbath, we were hon- left for General Conference on
ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL ored with many guests enrouteto last Sunday. They will be very
Cleveland, Ohio, to attend the much missed by the membersand
Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor General Conference of Seventh friends.To .
Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Day Adventists. all the sick and shut-Ins, we
dedicate these few words:
"The Church where you will The message, of the morning May God grant you health and
always find a homely welcome. hour worship was brought to us strength,
Sunday at 9:45: a.m. we had a by Elder Morrison from Jamaica, May He make your spirits gay
I wonderful Sunday School. Come B. W I. Elder Able from Haiti And fill your life with blessitigs
out and !bring the children brought greetings from Seventh In a most unusual way

. I Morning service at 11:35. Wero -........--...............---...M..N.MN.N.MNNNNNM. NN.N.NNNM
you out Sunday? If you were not
c I you misted a treat. Rev. Fester
j jg ji 'gave us a wonderful message.At MUSICANNOUNCING

3 p.m. our pastor was invited -
out to an anniversary. At THE OPENING OF
7:30: pjn. the prayer meeting was
led by Brother Grable, and the SEYMOUR'S MUSIC STUDIOAt
No. 1 choir sang out of their

soul. The Lord's Supper was administered 1366 N.W. 5th Ave. (second floor)
by the pastor.

VOICE PIANO ORGAN
SALTERS CHAPEL AME Our Teachers are Fully ExperiencedFor

Rev. J. S. Blake, pastor
Ruth Twiggs, reporter Appointment Phone FR 1.9533 J19

_....___._._......................__...n lj...NNMNMM.w
The Lord is my light and my
I salvation. Whom shall I fear?
The Lord Is the strength of my
life. Of whom shall I be afraid? REACTIVATION HEALTH CENTER
Sunday School began at the
usual hour with Sister Agnes Davis Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 10:00: p.m.-By Appointment

in charge and all teachers at
--------- > their posts. SERVICES:-Swedlih Massages, Whirlpool Oath, TherapeuticBaths

Top Photo-Scholarship Win- Carver's Headcoach Nathaniel' Colonic Irrigations, Electronic Spot Reducing, Electronic
ners Otis Boyd, recent graduate "Traz" Powell, who is chairmanof At 11 a.m. after the devotional Facials, Facial Massage and Packs, Light Therapy, Toning
of George Washington Car- the trophy committee of the service, the service was turn- Therapy, Rubdowns, RehabllRatlon Therapy, Mechanical Gym
ver High School of Coconut Miami Chapter'of the Florida A ed over to the program committee -
Grove and Miss Beverly Nixon a and M University Alumni Assoc- with Earl Glenn as masterof Sue Harris, R.N., P.T., Director Willie C. Coffee, Masseurer
BTW. grad, are shown receiving iation. The scholarships of $250 ceremony. A very interesting
scholarships from Robert Strapp eadh and the trophies are program was rendered. The wel- Phone FR 3-3381 276 N.W. 6th Street
chairman of the Scholarship awarded each year by the local come address was given by Rev.A. .
SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN (HOTEL
Committee of the Miami Chapterof Alumni Association. The scholarships l- G. Gallon. Others appearingon
the Florida A and M Univer- are given to deserving, the program were Dr. C. S.
sity Alumni Association. graduates and, the trophies to Williams, f uest epqbker; Oscar
(Bottom photo Outstanding outstanding athletes who also Range and Rev. O. Turner.
athletes At left, Acey Petersof have established commendable The choir was made up of the
he Carver High School Hor- scholastic records. mothers who sang out of their For Pick-up and Delivery Service on Prescription
nets, and at right, Phillip Hep- The awards were presented souls.
burn of the Booker T. Washington during the annual FellowshipDay The A. C. E. League met at
Tornadoes are shown receiving activities which were held in Service Drug Store"PRESCRIPTION
trophies for outstanding athletic May at Carver High. A large
and scholastic achievement dur- crowd was present to witness the Drive Carefully! SPECIALISTS"Sundries
ing the recent school term from occasion. COMPOUNDING

Gifts Patent Medicines Greeting Cards

JRE Lee NewsThe SIDNEY T. COX, Registered Pharmacist

JRE Lee Elementary PTA DOUGLAS ROAD CLINIC 1240 N.W. Third Ave. Phone FRanklin 3-2932
PTA, South Miami, presented a
giant states' rally recently.The .
guest speaker for the occasion 3197 Doujas Road, Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla.

was Rev. O. W. Foster,
pastor of Antioch Baptist Church. Specializing In Maternny Caeee and Dlseaeee of Wcmei Offer. '-

His topic was "The School and Ing the Highest Standard of Service In the Pre Natal' otre l
Community Relationship." Someof DON WMr
the high point: of his speech (long months before the delivery); The Delivery; Pott-Parturr

were, "if the (parents and teachers care (care otter delivery), and equipped with modern faelll/ for theSCHOOL
cooperated, it would help
curb juvenile delinquency. The I I ties to treat all of the expectant mothere' needs. '- ILL

parents and teachers, working! Office Hours: 12 noon to 9 p.m. Dally except S,,-day
together, would also improve Brfng to tile cWIdrwIChG I

work habits and skills. This 24 Hour Phone Service Dr. Jane. :. ROM i tf> >-tOW. GMt us tins to.]cut them
would then be a good means otI I "pri Ia"bin d D InLJ
Phones Hlland 8.2310 Director
creating better citizens of tom or-

row." JOHNSON AND SONS
Visiting guests for the eveningwere ,
D. A. Dobbs Mrs. Maude SHOE SHOP
WK. Reid and Carl Rhetta from IL
the Northwestern! Vocational FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe
School, who spoke of organizingan Amateur Night ,
adult program In South MIami Save Your Souls-While You Walt
; Rev. Charles Felder, Mt TUESDAYNassau
Olive Baptist Church; Joseph Shoe Shined and Dyed
McRae, South Miami and the Mt. Night
Olive Baptist Church choir THURSDAYr 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 0-9190
These guests gave the entire aud- ; ?
ience spiritual as well as educa-
tional food for thought. SIR JOHN CLUBNW y a a. a a .. .a .......

The reports of the states were 3rd Ave. & 6th St.
as follows:
South Carolina $$35.00 I No Admleelon No Cover ;" WORLD FAMOUSWMBM
Georgia 153.00
Nassau 113.50Florida No Minimum Package
86.00 Store Price
Alabama 62.00
Saturday .Sunday
Total $439.50Rorters Friday

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L Clara Brooks
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James Bowman :ident
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Exotic Dancer rand
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,
: MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Dt. Bethune Because of your wonderful
i support she was crowned queenof NEW
SATURDAY JUNE 21 1958 I Crowned State Isis. She received the renowned -
16 ,
honor of becoming state PHONE NUMBER
I . Queen of Isis queen of Isis
The coronation took: place at FR ,96779NORTH'S
rJ tinuing scholarships: Miss Juan- Daughter !Bessie Bethune
I' Award Winner Recreation Center in Jackson-
ita Gabriel, a junior at Morris wishes to express her sincere
appreciation for the excellent ville on Saturday, June 14.Dt. .
Miss
Brown College, and Mary
AKA ScholarshipMiss
r f Clank, a sophomore; at Florida ,support (given in her behalf during Bessie W. Hester, deputy TRAVEL BUREAU
.. the recent contest for queen for !Desert of Florida, presidedover
"' A&M University
.. .. *
the coronation ceremonies.The .
< Jf Isls.
/Mrs Thena Crowder, principal 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
I. '
I presentation was made by
Special thanks to the Nobility '
Holmes School is
!
ft 'Elementary )f Kazah Temple No. 149. Ill John Milner, potentate, Ra-
, t, basileus of the local chapter and I t!>la Temple No. 8, Jacksonville. I
Mrs. Gussie Dobbs is chairmanof
I i I the scholarship committee. with their mother, Mrs. Relemla
, Culmer who Is sick at Palmetto
Point. Mrs. Culmer has improved NO MONEY DOWN (
Personal Mention enough to allow their return.
NO CLOSING COSTSNO

I Miss Bettye Jenkins, daughterof
W Mrs. Charity Jenkins of 1215 HIDDEN COSTS
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ezell of NW 65th terr., graduated from
3736 Washington. Ave., Coconut< Southern University, Louisiana, Build a Home on your lot. $69 Monthly is all
Grove, will spend ten days In on June 2 with the bachelor of pay. Total cost $6,500 for 2-hedrooms. 3 bed
Kingston, Jamaica, the land of arts degree with a major in ele- you
the calypso music, and the rum mentary education. Miss Jen- rooms coat $6,950 at $75 Monthly. Everyone can
laden Planter's Punch. kins returned to Miami last qualify.
Wednesday. She expects to teach
Last the Ezells chose
year
q Nassau for their summer vacation In one of the elementary. schools Phone HI 4.6342 (Mr. /Duncan) to see Model Home
in
Miami
But this year, the nod wentto beginning with thee
opening of schools In September. '"
---,1. a
sunny Jamaica. While in
Kingston they are planning visitsto .
the famous !beaches at Mon- ,'ft __ .; _

___ tego Bay, trips rafting down the 1
n rapids of the Rio Grande River Fair Realty is Easy to Buy FromVISIT
Thomasina McKay Is the and visits to the famous sugar
1958 winner, of he annual schol- cane and banana plantations.Mr. .
arship award given by the Gam-
ma Zeta Omega Chapter of Al- and Mrs. Thomas "Tommy" OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645
pha Kappa Alpha Sorority Miss: Bell, formerly of Miami and now
McKay is a ,graduate of Mays of New York City, arrived on
High School where she was: an Monday, June 2 in order to attend AN 'i d m { ,
honor student; an officer In the the graduation of Mr. Bell's ex T
patrol force, Student Council and bother' : (Raymond Finlayron,
4-U Club and a member of the who received his diploma from rhl _
Host and Hostess Club. For the Booker T. Washington High on
school year 1957-58 she was June 6.
chosen to reign as Miss Mays
Mr. Bell will be rememberedas
High. For a number of years she
the former manager of the
has been a flutist in the school
Harlem Square Club, former
band and has been judged an excellent -
I president of the local chapter oi
\' player by a University of the NAACP and the once popular ti tirll
Miami
professor. Mystic Knights of the Sea. i I
'. Thomasina' received $200 as Mrs. Bell left the city on Sat-
the initial scholarship award urday June 7 in order to visit .w
with the understanding that If relatives in New Orleans and !
(., her 'average in college Is IB or Tommy will leave on Saturday ,
', above the scholarship will be I __
continued. I Mrs. Lillian Nairn, Mrs. Olivia
Presently, Ute'te'\r' two other Gaiter, Clare Marie Gaitor, Syl-
persons who are recip- via Ada Knowles- have returned
ients of Alpha Kappa Alpha con- home after spending three weeks





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