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A 51-year-old workman was
electrocuted Monday to a construction 30 '

,.\ accident at 'Alton Road Yo e'en cod in i.!
: end Beach.Lake View, Drive Miami F, A .

of 134 NW 19th
Johnny Byrd
st. died Instantly when the
! boom of a crane on which he was hum chool Janitor

t, working brushed against electric:
: power lines.
I (Leroy Brown Jr., 14, son of Mr. (Brown was on his way to the
The operator of the Concrete and !Mrs. Leroy Brown Sr, of Industrial School Thursday; af I
Placing Co. crane, Bert Holley 6040 NW 12th ave., who admitted ternoon.
of 3207 NW 2nd st. Rd. and several killing Emerson Freeman 65, Freeman was the oldest custodian .
/r other employes working custodian at Booker T//. Washington at the' school in point of
:. within a few feet of the crane High School on June 11, service and, was eligible for re t i ,;
were not injured. during, en altercation at the tirement. He often said that he 1
\, school was sentenced Wednes- wanted to work Just one more
"We all would have been killed -
day to indefinite term at the before retiring.
an year
if it hadn't been for small I
f a :
Florida Industrial School for
,,. board between a jack and the ,I
Boys at Mariana by Dade Coun-
crane carriage which blocked the WomanFirebug
ty's Juvenile Court
flow of current", Holley said.
(Brown, who was a student at
r The men were standing on a the school told police that he
framework of ,metal tlerods in hurled a heavy wood chisel at
preparation to pouring a con- Freeman in the 'Industrial Arts
crete u-shaped driveway at a work shop, adding that Freeman Sets 3A
new home. had slapped him when he found
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' him in the shop. woman admitted to fire Inspectors

. he IHolley had worked said Byrd as -a partner with whom for minutes(Brown later was in the arrested school's la gym few Friday that she set, _. n" ._... ..nnnn... .nn .. ____
three fires in Miami during the
nine year was putting a Jack where II teenage dance was in Mrs. Belle future of the
under the crane to keep it from progress. past several weeks. Sharpe, prospective Queen

tipping over as the boom lifteda The blade of the chisel struck said!Fire Mrs.Inspector Geraldine Dan Moore O'Connel 22, fabulous Mademoiselle Club, planed to New York and

bucket of concrete. Freeman in the stomach and entered of 1661 NW 6th place confessedshe Montreal, Canada for a two week's vacation during the

d '"Suddenly something fouled his lower heart. He died set a $4000 fire in her own club's summer recess of meetings. Mrs. Sharpe will visit
': the load cable and caused the shortly after at Jackson Hospit apartment house June 18.
" boom to flip: backwards and into al.Brown's She also admitted touching off friends in both cities.
the electric wires.". ( mother said he suffered a (blaze in a rooming house next '
from rheumatic. fever .was door and setting one other minor She is shown as she paused to look back at'the

Funeral services will be held lonely, frustrated and constantly fire. O'Connell said. Arson Mademoiselle delegation which went to the airportto:? 'l'
Monday afternoon, 2 pan at Mt. complained that other boy charges will be filed the inspector *
Calvary Baptist Church. i picked on him. said. bid her "bon voyage. -Adamsfoto, ,i Jap,.'


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35th YEAR, NO. 44 'MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1958 PRICE TEN CENTS 19 PAGES

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NAACP CONTEMPT


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Thursday, July; 3 has been set
by CinfluK Judge Ray Pearsonas
..; the date for 15 Mlamlans to
Shirking on Integration show why they should not be
cited for contempt for failure to
. answer questions of the Florida
WASHINGTON President committee'"that'drafted the 1937 ed no conferences of public or Legislature. Investigating Committee
Eisenhower was accused Wednesday civil rights law. private leaders "clearly directed .
of shirking his responsibility He lard the President has call- toward dereere aU'M.' Judge Pearson had 'postponed
to enforce Integration .e' Negro .
- hearing argument on any of the
: -i.i.F' and 'White students in public show causa order last (March

schools..The' accusation was mad pending a decision by; the State ...h
by Sen Paul H. Douglas (D-IIL) 3 Ex Con'Held inGrocer's Supreme Court In a related cae.iThe '

-' - Douglas .po said Congress Is Supreme Court last week
Earl A. White Jr= nd80n-off guilty of an "equal failure" touphold upheld the right of the legislative ,
Its constitutional responsibility committee to:subpena records
Mr. and Mr*. William Oijson end and support desegregation. of the NAACP and ruled 1.

L Mr. and Mr. Samuel White,.,has DeathThree that the committee hat the pOW- ,
to er to Investigate activities of the
been selected the United
by ."It Is Quite clear that the President organization" and the Communist I
States National Student Association has not taken those essential 'men all admitted ex- Party If it had ground to be*
to receive of its Field which flow from his
one
steps
, convicts were arrested Tuesday -. have they were engaged In conduct -
Foundation Scholarship to Ohio duties to see that the Constitu TEENAGER'' inimitable to the United
Wesleyan University In order: to tion' provisions are faithfully 'night andquestioned: ,, about States.
attend the Southern Student observed and enforced," Douglas the Monday slaying of'ChineseGrocer DROWNS !IN \
Human Relations Seminar. 'The said 'Joe Jung Deck and more The Miamiam, who face con-
seminar'will be a four week experience ROOKPIT tempt charge are the Rev. Edward :
t Eisenhower lhas allowed than 100 unsolved robberies.
tIe said '
the Rev. Theodore
fo of intense study starting (Graham, -
1, August 4. This Is one of I 17 his lieutenants to play the Arrested near Amelia Earhart' lEdward Bailey, 18, ,of 1980 Gibson, president of the
role of neutrals in the strugglefor Miami of the NAACP' G.
such to-South. chapter ;
gcholanihlp, given Wilmington 6t., Opa Locks
Reuel Lawson 24 of
law and order . Field were ,
, : E. Grave NAACP attorney Mr*.
,. era Student leaders, Negro and drowned la a BO-foot cockpit last ;
White In the U. S. Through the 1 Douglas spoke up at the open i 2675 NW 60th St.; Gerald I Friday afternoon. Diver recovered Ruth Perry, Joe Carbonell Leah
C' scholarship all traveling ax.Menses ing of hearings on civil rights I Brown, 21, of 1395 NW fifth a..., the body the following day. Feldman Mollle Solomon Xr-
and 'room and board will"bills by a House Judiciary sdb1 and Russell Lee Thomas, 21, of win Slander, 'Jack Begler, Ber-
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. be taken care of. QI'f> 1 3030 Williams Ave. Coconut' According to the boy' father, tha Teplow. Helen Rosenoif Anna ,I
\: Willie the youth spent o great Rose/Matt, Verncll ..ubuI7.I ,
At present Earl I* a senior at lag guild. Grove. deal of time at the rockpit fishIng I I Harry Schermer and PbIIv. Bellgmom. -
i Dillard University In New Orleans As a sophomore he was alo. but he could not ewim. .
I where be i* a pre-law president of the sophomore class They were held for Investigation There were conflicting stories of 'tf I
t major. Recently he I was elaeted and president of tbe, debating at county jail. how (Bagley drowned. JAIL 14 FLEE
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f. president, .of Hit student body. guild, While participating tottese ,
1: During his three year at,DUIafd many activities Earl has Joe Deck WM killed: 'Id hi* Several younger boya were 5 NABBED .
he has been quite active ig s4 H Managed to stay on the honor grocery tore at 1900 FifthcivLawson swimming there at the time and the "
, I dent activities. This year be wis one said -Baglgy was pushed in. I When U Prisoners at llth
I lit editor-in-chief of Le Dlabla Men, tsldes being president of the and Brown -were" plcked Another ,said he clipped in."Tbe I it* precinct,station Jail toed. .out
, the Dilferd yearbook; preside>* I dent body be will also serve as out of a police lineup Thursday general report to investigating i the "elCa -..proot" steal mesh
of the Junior clam; captain :of I president of the Beta Phi chapter as the two men who robbed officer was that the youth WM I wasn't so escape-proof after Tall,
the debating team and president of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and pistol-whipped t 5th St. fishing and suddenly got up and. I they kicked It out and 'ffedjhaconfine ,;; .'

of the Delta Tau Upsilon debates : ,for the 1D58- O school year, grocer this week. Jumped Into the water. I, ." *. ..' ;

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.. . date here on the 25th. The
morgue
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The 'People Newspaper
men and their wives took over

Our Town for a few days! terminating -
PAGE 2 SATURDAY JUNE 28, 1958
A124i91e with a gala "President'sBall"
in Bayfront Park audit at
10
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11.1. " 1 111'


Along Freedom's Road otppe BUNCHETHEATRE-


Bit Stanley Sweeting OPA LOCKA
By RUTH PERRY --- Tel. NA 1-7322
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Townl his "blue! coats" are plan- LOUIS AMSTRONG In
MIAMI-But'a My and
wonderful times for too the shoulders of
These are gently upon ning a hectic night for those in SATCHMO THEGREAT
all of us who are fighting for those Negro children who were 0 IN REPLY to Rev. Ernest attendance. You Just gotta- be
freedom. They are also strange trying to obtain that which was Hutdieron's letter to President there!
and disturbing days. Practicallyat lawfully theirs an education Eisenhower establishment of a Plus .
the same time there comes without discrimination because of "Committee or Commission on "Saddle The Wind"
HILLS-
the news that University of Fla their race or color. Only those Spiritual Rearmament" 'end: the 0 MRS. OLITA H.
Colo.Weetern
graduate schools will (be openedto who will not see a picture placed appointment of "Minister of ROBINS! and Nurse J. G. Symon-

Negroes; the Florida !Legisla- direotly !before their eyes, will Peace," Sherman Adams:, president !- ette, mother and sister of Bob with Robert Taylor

ture Investigating!: Committee: will interpret the Arkansas situationany assistant, acknowledged! : with Ellis, were_ visiting! hostesses ,
return to (Miami, and integrationin other way than a yielding to interest the Miami minister' during an Okra soup dinner -
Little Rook schools will be delayed mob violence and prejudice. lettei. Bahamas style last Wednesday. i-
for two and one (half years., The Nassauvians, visiting with
THIS IS THE GUILT Robert and Geraldine Ellis, 337 RITZTHEATRE
Truth, indeed, is stranger than 0 ACCORDING to Dave Bondu,
NW 7th St., had as their guests,
fiction The guilt in little Rode: does not fellow columnist, Ollie Jenkins Charles C. North and (tsk, tsk)
A VICTORY fall upon the heads: of the cour- and (r Ernest Cannon of New York Stanley Sweeting. Another hospitality -
ageous children who endured so' City are altar-bound, but according spread on Wednesday SUN., MON. TUES.

Although Devane may have mudh day in and day out at the' to OWe, "I have no intentionof afternoon brought about a Stew- JUNE 29 30 JULY 1
had his personal feelings about hands of 'unrestrained and undisciplined -I ,getting married" until I finish ed Fish dinner for the lucky

the order he issued, enjoining the White children end i I my education. gentlemen and prepared by those "Long Haul"Victor
Florida State Board of Control adults. The guilt falls, as it has:' same distinguished females, who Mature
from enforcing any policy, custom so many, many times in the I 0 SICKlE STATEN'S wife I return to their native land some-
or usage In the graduate past, squarely upon the conscience -I I i Marian, according to rumors, is time Sunday. Plus
schools that restricted admission of those people, !be they in expecting twins sometime this 'Tarnish Angels"
white he Arkansas or 'Florida, South Carolina month.
to persons only, gave
I I I. FRANCISCO A. JOHNSON, Rock Hudson
his order because he said it Is vpr Georgia, who !believe that
the laws of 0 DORIS JELKS, one of the owner and funeral director of
now the law of the land that all our country exist
applications for admission to the only for White people; and that better known physical education, Key West Undertaking Co., arrived -
graduate schools shall !be consid- the American Constitution was instructors: in the county, is pres- in Miami Wednesday to ,be

ered on the qualifications of the written not for all citizens with- ently a saleslady for NUVUE Funeral in attendance Directors during the Florida ,II AIRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL
applicants/ without discrimination out dircrimination because of Fence Co. Association
because of race or color. This is race, religion or color, but only I convening here this week.

a milestone along freedom's !,road for those who believe the Negro 0 ALICE STRAPP tell. us that
MARY L. BURR
and a victory even though U has an inferior status end shouldbe she's been Mrs. Louis Dixon of ,' 0 winner was the THEATRESAT.
lucky of the Hi-Fi
port-
is a victory long, long overdue. relegated to 2nd class citi Fitzgerald, Georgia since May 16 able radio given
zenship. I away during tht MIDNIGHT
ONE STEP AHEAD, I NORTH' TRAVEL BUREAU,1$Sunlight Beauty School drawing BUN., MON., TUES.
\At this time of writing I 1104 NW ',I Tuesday night, when Martha La-
TWO BACKIt am 3rd ave., is sporting anew Jeff Chandler
mar cast her lot the ,
forced to ask: Are these things ruit.\ The window front at among pop
is not news that following the promise and ideals, of America Miami's only .seipia travel agency ular beautician group. Mrs. Burr Lana Turner
freedom's road Is not easy. It is in which we were taught to has just received a dressing of: of 336 NW 1st court, was a one "THE LADY TAKES A

an old story that for every advance believe? Is the democratic way black and blue marble tile. ticket holder. FLYER"

won with great hardship of life, after all, only a dream? "Safecracker"FWI
and privation, there are usually CHARMING and gracious 0 FLORIDA'S FUNERAL directors

setbacks! along the road, causing ATTENTIONOn I Bessie Cross of Opa Locka, and embalmers had a June .

detours, and in many cases, go- whose lovely daughter, Clarice,

ing over the same stretch of the July 1, the Miami (North) got married only one week prev-
road again and again. Such is the Social Security District Office at iour, died last Sunday morning,

case with the Little Rock situa- 234 NE 79th st., will (begin 'serving I June 22. An elder daugther,
tion. I am sure the news that U. all of Miami (Beach north of I Louise, married Dolphus Browna
S. District Judge Harry J. Lem- 62nd st., the Islands< of Biscayne! year ago.

ley had granted a 2 and one- (Bay north. of 62nd st., and _all of :
half suspension of the grad AIV4
year 0 LEVI JOHNSON 10MRATit
tne area Between Miami( Beach Kwp-U
ual plan for public school deseg- and the Dade-Broward County Neat Iboss, leaves for the Bahamas -
regation in Little Rodk: came as line. | Sunday morning via PAA.

a great shock to many people. 1! His flight to Nassau will be ex- NE 5.3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

!Edward P- (Blonston, managerof tendeed over to Savannah Sound,
It In hard to reconcile the pic-
the Miami' (North) office Eleuthera
and two weeks away
of the
ture
Negro children going
states that this will be a convenience 'on :business and a bit of pleas-
to school under such great difficulties -
to the
20,000 residents
returning day after day of this: area, formerly served by _ure. HELD OVER BY POPULAR DEMANDTHE
to certain taunts' revilement, the (Miami (Downtown) I.
harrasrment Indignities with Office HAZEL GRANT arid.M a 2 I a
and
because of reduced distance to Edge Booker
T. Washington Hi
the obvious fact that the courage
travel and improved parking facilities and
Bethune Elementary school-
shown by these children was out- He also stated that the BEST PICTURE
marms, respectively, report that
weighed by prejudice and intol
erance. Gov. (Faubus had thi, to 79th from street 6:30 office, which is open. they are Indiana University- / OF THE YEAR I
: am. to 4:30 p.m. Mon- bound for the summer. A visitto
say concerning Judge (Lemley'sorder
: "The Negro citizens of the day through Friday, except on Youngstown, Ohio a., weekend Winner of 7Aatdmy
community would do well to accept federal legal holidays, will con. guests of Cyril Roberts, brought t
tinue to service the area northof -<
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cherry 'hellos via
postal service.
the ruling, which will do
much to reestablish the normal Hialeah 61st st. in (Miami and all of T *WtmrdA j j'
on all racial
security 0 THE MIGHTY PANTHER
and friendly relations which
prevailed here before. This is nota I business. I end his Calypso Four are cur- 7 "

final settlement of this (problem rently headlining a vaude act at AWARDS >
but it can (prove a peaceful Fort Lauderdale's (Bahi Mar ......... f
Actor
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Interlude." Yacht Basin for the summer Rest DIved x
USE OUR CLASSIFIED months. Featured are Dazzling
NORMAL AND FRIENDLY Deitha, Lady of the Limbo, a .:1NutF-.
RELATIONS COLUMNS FOR RE8ULT8I. former Jim Jam star, and Sickle MtlwM
Staten, mimic-dancer-singer. ...-.
These "normal and friendly re-

lations" which prevailed in Little --........._ _"' "' 0 W. O. PERRY'S oldest daugh.
Rock before integration!\ in the 1 I ter, Juanita Cunningham of
schools was tried, can (be inter- MINCY'S Ocala, visited recently to serveas r
preted only as the maintaining maid of honor during her sister
of the status quo. In effect Gov. Lawn Service Iva Rosetta's marriage June-
Faubus is saying that normal and 11 in a Catholic ceremony. .
friendly relations between Ne- Phone PL 7.6974
groes and Whites can 'be maintained
only under segregation. AFTER 4:30 P.M. 0 FOLKS ARE DISCUSSINGthe a
Furthermore irony of Alan Courtney's
any deviation from
this set path of Jim Crow will Plant Spraying Soil Tuesday night broadcast via
WQAM when the
cause immoderation, unwanted Lawn Maintenance commentator
yelped and griped the
outside interference and very over extent -
possible the outbreak of violence 6511 N.W. 12th Ave. of crime in Negro areas;
and lawlessness.It despite the fact that on the very
Apt. 15 morning of his broadcast, a COLUMBIA PICTURES pWMtt A SAW WliW.PROOOCTlOli
would appear to me that the morning daily carried a page 1 'WILUAMlHOLDENALEC
blame for the fiasco of the Little Jua28 photo of two white safe crackers -

Rock siuation ls being placed not sprawled on the floor after

--------- being shot by Miami policemen. GUINNESS X JACK HAWKINS"}


0 MRS. MAGGIE CHISM, Dorothy THRIHRION I

STAR MEAT MARKET little Newton's adopted mother son, Alfred, gave, 7,her a THR1 J R1VIEH WClft

neighborly birthday get-to-geth- .
er *t her home, 1465 NW 5th ct., T9GNUC13tA6 i.

on June 21. The party, while not &L '. _I _. -" ._"
\l 1520 N.W. 62nd Street an open announced affair, gave . W Me..Mt----
little Alfred Terrance a chance .... f

to the celebrate neighborhood.with intimates of fdapla.. so otuptluw.lq 1Iiii1 _

THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE

0 MIAMI'S I COLORED Pollee 1 1 1
Benevolent Association's Annual I.n. I1 I/

Complimentary Ball to
goes Bay-
'ront Park City auditorium to-
Fresh Meat Low Prices night. The affair is semi-formal

and one that we're proud to recommend .
to invited dance patrons

If you're an invited guest, you .
are ludky, for Sgt J. L. Nash



Alexander-Milton Wedon I Lockhart Rosser Wedding I IBy



Morehouse Campus MRS. D. L. SANFORD

/Miss Pearl Barbara Mae Lock- THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" I
hart was united in marriage with
; Samuel Blanton Rosser on Sun- SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1958 PAGE 3

. I Ii day, June 15 at 1 o'clock at St. -- .. - .
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Agnes Episcopal Church with the
rector, the Venerable John E.

i Culmer officiating, Mrs. Leroy
Smith was the soloist, Charles .' '
: Y Weir, the 'organist

A full choir was in the stalls,
and people from all walks of life
J 555i in the community, filled the spa-
i t cious church to its capacity and
'paid their well
deserved respects
The efficient Mrs. Joycelyn :Bur-

g S roughs directed the affair.

The bride, given in marriage I
1 by her father Charles A. Lock-

s' hart, was stunning in a floor
S
length wedding gown of white
Dupioni silk designed with a .full
front panel, lowered hipline and
full gathered skirt worn over I
hoops. The bodice featured a
"r4 F't shallow neckline which formed a
V at the back. Small buttons with t ., ..5' ,,
loops fastened the gown. Chantilly ; '
lace re-embroidered with ,
ll ; y pearls and opalescent sequins
C outlined the neckline. The short
sleeves were complemented with
t mitts of Dupioni silk. The bride's
r- Y4iLTE- elbow length silk net veil was
draped, from a pearl and sequin
tiara. Her pumps were of silver
brocade. White orchids and satin I
ribbons topped her white prayer ,
book. I 1 f vilc

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Addle Collins of Boston
I was . \. '\
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maid of honor. Bridesmaids '
were ..., t) \ '
j (1. :
Jeanett Freely and Hazel Swannof
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c a* v'SI I Washington, D. C. and Gloria 1J.\ J.

On May 31, Miss Marjorie An- and Mrs. Phoebe Burney Collier I Braynon and Barbara Hepburnof ..: ..,. J \ '. I 1.. ." ..... ..tl11l.\ "'1<1\, :,
ita Alexander, daughter of Mr. acted a, consultants.The Miami. . ; .\ ../ '7a.} 'xD'.t! dti,1# < I

and Mrs. Calvin Alexander of bride is a graduate of The bridesmaids wore street iI','" i... I\PAtw., ".t1 'I. I'" I ,_>YI..Hff.were ..._ .,
Tampa became the bride of Israel MiddletOn :High School of Tampa length _dresses of white organza u.
Henry Milton, son of Mrs. and Clark University, Atlanta. over 'blue net and taffeta. They carried by the bridesmaids.The second year in the school of medicine -
Lucile B Milton and the late Ro- While at Clark she played major were designed with a full back maid of honor wore a dressof at Howard University,
gene Milton, prominent contractor roles in several playhouse pro- panel of blue taffeta, taffeta midriff pale pink styled like those of where she is a classmate of the
of the city of Miami. ductions, was a member of the and large flat taffeta bow the 'bridesmaids The adult attendants groom She graduated from Dor-
The ceremony was performedin Philharmonic Society and special which formed a bustle effect The wore single strands of sey \High School and from How-
the sacred atmosphere of Dan- chorus, a drum majorette and bodice had shallow scoop neck pearls and pearl earrings, giftsof ard University where she was
forth Chapel, Morehouse College, selected three consecutive yearsas line, short sleevos.. (Headdresses the !IbrideFrandne president of Alpha Chapter, Del-
were of blue organza flowered Culmer and !Barbara ta Sigma Theta ,Sorority.
Atlanta, with the Rev. L. Scott one of tho ten top campus per-
spray bonnets of white carnations Davis wearing blue on bluestripped
sonalities.
Allen, editor of the Methodist
Mrs. Rosser is
publication, the Central Christian .After (graduating from Clark, and orchids arranged organza dresses with an accomplished
against a background of blue net blue' taffeta PcterPan/ collars, musician and has served as organist -
she ( /
Advocate, and the Rev. OswaldP. was granted a full scholarship -
at St. Agnes where her
with cascades of blue cuffs
ribbon and sashes ending in flat
Bronson, student at Gammon to study one year as a father is a lay Theological Seminary, Atlanta. A teacher in training at Central Institute bows carrying !bouquets of white
solo, duet and quartet was ren- for the deaf, Washington carnations, wearing white ilk Mr. Rosser is the son of Mr.
dered by irtudents from Clark University, St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. brocade dresses were thqf flower and Mrs. John Robert Rosser of
College while Mrs. Thomas Gris- Milton returned to Atlanta and girls. John E. Culmer, Jr., car- Lyerly, Ga. He received his un-
som played the organ. worked at the speech and hearing ried the bride and groom pillow, degraduate degree from Clark
The bride, given in marriageby clinic, SpeVman College Atlanta 01 the gift of and designed by Miss College, Atlanta, and his M. S.
Dr. J. de Noven Killingsworth, Since being at the Atlanta Q Eliza Dean degree from Wayne State University -

wore a satin and chantilly lace University School of Social Work Mr. Rosser chose John Edwards Detroit. He is ,* memberof
gown. The bodice featured a she has served as secretary of of Detroit for his best Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity
deep scoop neckline and long the \Atlanta U. dhaorter' of the man. Groomsmen 'were Arthur Guests from overseas were

sleeves which formed points over, NAACP, a member of Alpha are you positive? Eulin, Joseph 3 leas tie, Nelson Percy IMunnlngs, Patsy and Ma-
the hands. Tiny pearl buttons Kappa Delta Sociology fraternityand Pinder, and Raymond Heastic, riah Lockhart, relatives of the
lined the lower sleeves fHie the National Association of all of (Miami. bride.
skirt was fashioned with a cathedral Social Workers. People say fish It brain food.
train Well fish U Mrs. Myrtle Lockhart, thebrid.'s Out of town guests includedMr.
trimmed with tiny good food, but itwon't
The groom is a (graduate of mother wore a beautiful
Rosier Sr. and daughters
,
Her ,
sequins. veil
fingertip of
Dorsey High School of Miami and boost your IQ. a People blue dress with white accessoriesand
Sujette and of
Audrey
silk illusion fell from a crown of old folks don't TB . Lyerly
but
iridescent beading and Bethune-Cookman College Whileat My get I a beautiful orchid. A wed and Mrs. Margaret IBelcher and
The ,bride carried white pearls. Bethune- Cooknvan Mr. Mil- TD germs don't car about your ding dinner was served at the daughter, Brenda.
book, covered with a white prayer ton was active in several social age. TO can stoke anyont.n Liberty City home of the bride,
a
and streamers of orchid clubs including the Cavelleri and was followed by a reception The bride and groom left on
white
nations. car and Caverlcts, served as trainerfor w n C&M MTOH ru wt TO tttarnr' which began at 330: pm. at the Thursoy, June 19 for Washington
the college football team, a .uullll ,bride's home.Hostesses where they will continue
Mrs. Helen Williams Bronsonof member of the Social Science WCKZYOWTOKKOttlS were Doris Heastie, their studies this summer, Mrs.
Tampa served a< matron of Club and the basketball team. Leona Johnson and (Barbara Rosser at the Howard U. Medi-
honor. (Bridesmaids were Misses After graduating from college, ASSOCIATION e Russell.I. cal School and Mr. Rosser at
Fannie F. Neely of Athens, Ga.; Mr. Milton served four years ..wwN The bride haa completed (her Bethsada Naval Hospital.WANTED .
Josephine S. A. Baker of (Birmingham with the Air Force. I..
Ala. and Mrs. Archie While at Atlanta University Mr. The Dade County Tuberculosis
Bethea Lewis of Sarasota Fla. Milton was cited for his extreme Association is offering free
With the exception of Miss interest and efforts toward developing showings of its 13-minute color
Neely, all of the young ladies a program for the aged film, "Are You Positive?" to civ- !

were classmates and are graduates (Negro) of the city of Atlanta. Ic, fraternal church, women'sgroups
of the Atlanta University This was part of his l field work and other interested or-
School of Social Wortc. experience He J Is also a mem- ganizations. NEGROES
Little Josephine Bronson of ber of the National Association The entertaining cartoon film 10,000
of Social points up the need for constant
flower Work.
Tampa served as girl.
_ _
Beat James June 3 Mr. and Mrs. Milton tuberculosis detection and con- '
l. man wa< \; Cooper to to
go
roommate of the groom. Lyn received the masters of social trol.The
'
don Wade work degree from the Allan local association recently
Anthony Robert W. U.
Brown and William Ira Gore School of Sodal Work received a citation from the National 116 W. Flagler Street
Tuberculosis Association
were grooms men. Out of ,town guests Includedthe .
for Its record showing of the film
Ushers were Egbert H. Thompson Rev. L. Scott Allen, New Or-
(head usher) Frank Williams lean; Mrs. Josephine Williams, before 78 Dade County organiza- !i AND
tions with viewing total audi-
a
James Goodman and Randolph who stood in the receiving line
Kendell. All groomsmenand in the absence of the bride's ence of almost 6,000 persons.
wishing to schedule the
Groups
ushers mother. Mrs. Williams is from
were classmates of
film shouFId contact Miss Rebecca REGISTERTO
the Tampa.
groom. Daniel director of health
Hostesses at the reception, Others included Miss Isabella
education at the Dade County
which followed immediately after M. Taylor, College roommate of Tuberculosis
Association office.
the wedding in the lovely the bride who flew in from New VOTE
chemistry lounge were Misses' York for the event six! Mr.

Myrtle Rushing: Virginia Flem- Washington Butler of Oak Ridge,

ming, Patricia Gavin Judy Den- 7d1ne ee. t J. B. SMITH $ YOU CAN REGISTER TO VOTE IFit
eon, Eulala Steele Mrs. Helene Mr*. Lucil B. Milton, motherof
West and Mrs. Marian Moore the groom, was also present ELECTRICSERVICE 1.-You are an American citizen
Wordyaw. Mrs. Doris Jones Wilson from Miami.
f 2.-You are 21 year of agei
registered the guests while
Miss Sarah Summey was in 3.-You have been resident of Florida for one

charge of the gifts. All hostesseswere REGISTER Electrical Contractor year.4.You.

also classmates of the bride HOUSEWIRING have been a resident of Dade County
and groom.
TODAY for six month
Mrs. Margaret Aiken Jacob
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Griffith and Jean WiUes, also the choirrotas,, ARRINGTON CASE
1958
4TEMPORA SATURDAY, JUNE 28, Andy director. The
tute Choir, Relford. .Patterson r I DISMISSED

very good. Washington to spend two .
Today Ye Editor goes to Reeves and the A disorderly conduct: a t e f
or three days with relatives, the Fred against Attorney Henry .Arrlng-

Charles Wars. ton was dismissed>'l11ur lAy .by
City ,Judge Fred ,Davant. "
Desk Set. :Wfllian* 'Pittmaq,
DEPLORABLE white, who had the.dapper young
MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS attorney arresteed when'he wentto
The Time Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" United States District Judge Harry.> the jail'to see two clients was
The decision of suspension of' made to look 'quite silly when
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue. Miami Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 and a half years Ark. Davant told him the charge
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4-6128 inteoynfnCen&al High School, Little' Rock should have been falling to obeya
as a surprise to millions of people of both races. lawful police order.
Entered as Second Clan Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Office at comes to segregationists, while shockingto Pitman claimed Arriogton
Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Naturally it is Pleasing would not move away from the
integrationists. far. If this desk while a drunk white wo-
H. E. 8IQI8MUND REEVES Editor Governor Faubus has won a victory so man was being booked. :

GARTH C. REEVES Associate Editor and Business Manager ruling stands, it will be a reflection upon President ,'I
whole country. Harlem DrugsScholarship '
Eisenhower and the
Member. of the National Newspaper Publishers Association children who attended school at Little Rock I
The
'*, Member of the Associated Negro Press until school was closed. AwardGeorge '
suffered much but they held on
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One graduated. Now their sacrifices would be thrown to Campbell 1958 graduate .i
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS 12.50 THREE MONTHS $1.50 winds. of Booker T. 'Washington
the .
High School is the winner of
I The children could have had a much easier time If, the initial four-year scholarship .'
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"THE -
they had the proper cooperation of the school authorities. awarded by Harlem Dongs, Inc.
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world
Is valued
The scholarship) at $500 a aa
from racial and national antaglonlsms when ft' accords to every man '
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hatingno This cooling off period as it is called by some people, The year. impressive presentation:

man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man :. will in our opinion tend to stiffen resistence. wra< made by Seymour Fox of
'In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long, as anyone Is held. back. We do not believe that even after a two and a half the Harlem Drug Store located i hat
--- - --- years respite Gov. Faubus will change his views and sup- NW 14th st. and 3rd ave., on

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe port the admission of Negroes to Central High School. behalf of his firm ,

Editor attended the 20th annual meeting of the We do not believe the President would want to send The recipient Is outstanding
scholastically, an all around talented
National Publishers Association on June 1921. This y sat troops again to guard the children. student and a keen and-
we;; trief in the city of "Brotherly Love" with the Philadelphia responsible participant in oo-

Tribune, E. Washington..Rhodes, editor, as host .. If Little Rock, or rather, Gov. Faubus, gets away curricular activities. He lives
paper. Headquarters Benjamin Franklin Hotel. with this ruling it will encourage other states, if they with his parents at 1510 NW

,Loft-"Miami by Eastern Airlines on Wednesday'after care to, to disintegrate. I 59th St.George.
noon. We had a bit of turbulence on the trip but reached In some battles a retreat is a wise move, perhaps plans to enter college J
in the fall to begin his studies
that's the Judge Lemley feels. We certainly respectthe
destination alright. t ** '.I way I that will lead to a long envisioned \
'! he Role of the Press 'over Radio Station WPEN ability of this learned judge but we certainly disagree professional architect. I

Wednesday evening was interesting. with his opinion in this case.

Sessions were held in different rooms in the hotel. Representatives s of four organizations were in con-

The Jefferson Room, The Betsy Ross Room, Poor Rich ference with President Eisenhower on Monday and discussed FOR RENT

ard Room, The Garden Terrace and the Crystal Ballroom. Judge Lemley's ruling. A Vacation SpecialMy
The NAACP has appealed the ruling. _
The reason for this was that some other groups were
holding conferences on the same dates at the Ben Frank ; 2 jbedroora, ;furnished

lin. country ,house fronting on

Hightlighte of the convention were the International NAACP FILES NAACP TO TAKE canal teeming ,with fish.

Banquet in the Garden Terrace when His Excellency APPEAL ON JAX GOLF CASE
Daniel A. Chapman, the ambassador of Ghana, was guest! CENTRALHIGH Hooks, poles and bait free,

speaker. The Hon. Theodore Spaulding, judge of the i Jacksonville The NAACPhas also horseback riding ar
Munlclpal'Court of Philadelphia introduced the ambas-: ORDERNew offered legal assistance to
sador. The address was interesting and was given well four Negroes who were denied ranged. I'll pick you up and
York "We will t a k e playing privileges on the two
merited applause. His Excellency seems to be a very municipal golf links deliver. PL 40074.
I every legal step to help get those Tuesday.
I amiable person. kids back in Central High in,
The Rev. Marshall Shepherd, city councilman at September," Thurgood Marshall I Glenn D. Washington, ,iprejsi- f"
dent of the local
large welcomed the convention to Philadelphia. Letters declared today following the filIn -I had talked with chapter the said he

I and telegrams were sent from ambassadors who were unable ? of a_ motion: with the Eight. I they intend to carry four out their and iM :U SIC I
or in
Circut Court St.
to be present. Louis to make ineffective Appeals the June omplaint to the fullest extont. Announcing 'the Opening) .of

1 This was a grand affair and largely attended. 20 order of District Judge \HarryJ. Ht identified Norman the men as Edward :
,
I The annual banquet on Friday evening had Mrs. Lemley suspending integration Charles M. Brown Devoy and Brown Frank i SEYMOUR'SMUSIC

Daisy Bates of the Arkansas Free Press as gu speaker.. School.at the Little Rock High Hampton, a local policeman.MAXWELL STUDIO

Mrs. Bates, you will remembeer, is the individual who led Judge Lemley this week denied At 1366 N.W. 6th Ave.
the nine children to the Central High School in Little motion requesting him to AND (second floor)

I Rock. She is a brave woman and has sacrificed much be- stay his order suspending inte- KING HEAD VOICE PIANO ORGAN
cause of her noble stand. She has received the Spingan\\\ gration for 2Vi years. Ill, order
bars the remaining seven Negro NAT'L S.S. ANDB. Our Teachers faro FullyExperienced
Award which she deserves. Subscriptions to"the Free students from attending Central

Press from both South and North would show apprecla; High next fall. The motion denied T. U. CONGRESSOMAHA For AppointmentPhone
tion and also help to keep the paper, which is hard pressed yesterday sought to permitthe ,

going. %1SiS students to continue at the Nebraska Dr O FR 1.9533
school unit the suspension order Clay Maxwell, 73 o'r .
Another highlight was the very interesting addressby a New Y k
could be heard by a higher court.: City pastor last
Mr. Alex (Luke) Wilson, editor of the Tri-State Defender Mr. Marshall and Wiley A. elected president of Thursday the National was -

of Mississippi who was humiliated, badly mis- Jranton, the other attorney for Sunday School and Baptist
treated and prevented from getting news for his-paper the Negro 'students, charged. in Training Union Congress. Elected
the Little their motion filed that all of the vice president of
during Rock school scandal. the Congress Adults
evidence relied on by J u d g e Rev OnlyNEW
was Martin
Other important and informative sessions included Lemley In his Jwoe iO order "i* of Montgomery, Ate.Luther King Jr.,
presenting the awards and the Brainstorming Panel on outside the scope.'of the matters
"How to Increase Readership," with Lee H. Bristol, director which a trial Judge may. consider The major losers included Dr
of public relations, Bristol-Myers Products, New in school segregation cases." E.tor C. Estell, the congress' direc- r ; .

York, as chairman. Ministers participating In the con- general the from Dallas Texas, '
S .th.D. and Rev. Stephen (Dynamo) . LAR'GE :;
,
were: sMi ..
Jfention MP no U & rt\- i Campbell, Detroit !Also very '.
a': :, ._
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i = Dr. C. C. Adams secretary of the Foreign' Missions weu Ing t :J popular in the running was Dr. .. .' .....,
J'. H.
Board, National Baptist Convention; Rev. Marshall Jackson president *vf the 1 BED
Miss Daisy Smith and Carl- National BaptISt'Co ventIo : the oprj1"AP .
Shepherd Rev. Mahlon M. Lewis Dr. William Gray, for- ton Dixon congress' parent(
were united in holy body !But Dr. .. ...
mer president of FAMU; Rev. Harold 0. Davis and Rev. matrimony Sunday, June 15, 4 Jackson who had spoken earlier :.' .. .0(._. ..

Noah Moore of Philadelphia.The pm. The ceremonies took placeat during the sessiOn which lasted, Quiet .,. .. '
Carnation Milk Co., the Coco-Cala Co., General the home ofthe bride's parents almost fIve hours told the dele- r
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Wallace gates.c'rm daddy of this crowd, Clean'. W.aj--;**
:Motors\ the Bell Telephone Co., Master Sales of Philadelphia 3227 NW 57th terrace, Rev. L. and if anyone mistreats you. let ( -

Philco Co. and the Ben Franklin Hotel, all con- A. Thompson officiating. (Many me know and I'll take care rf-It- *
in
shower bathroom
tributed to a very successful convention.The relatives and friends: were pres tIt was ,
apparent
host paper, editor and convention chairman E. ent. .wBaseball- set that Dr. King would from be JfcS- Doors closet
Washington Rhodes and his staff did a real good job. ed and the crowd of on *

Next year we hope to go to Los Angeles, California. Schedule thousand had little patiencTwiS Residential
The weather in CITY OF MIAMI those *SLwSt to nanlnate ;
Philadelphia cool little
was Just
I a RECREATION others Estell
rain Ye Editor stuck with the convention, so saw very DIVISION Rev. Mr. CampbeU wIthdrew.and the Neighborhood

little of the city. Did drop in to have another look at the DORSEY PARK SENIOR

"bell" and Independence Hall, just two blocks from my BASEBALLLEAGUE/ 0

hotel. Monarch Scott, Friday, June 6511 N.W. 12th Ave.
Mr. *nd Mrs. 27. 740:
Joseph Cooper called on me Friday pm.
night. He is my brother-in-law, and Is doing well. Opa Locka Puerto Rico Stars

** !? Philadelphia went to the hotel Statler-Hilton Saturday Hector -June Royals 28, Sunday 7:30: p.m.June Phone from 7 a.m.

in New York for three or four days. 29. 2 pm. (Grove Park.) to .10 p.m.

Attended Sunday morning service at the Church of Latins Stars Red Sox, Sun-
1 the Crucifixion, the Rev. Fr. Forsythe, rector. Lunched day, June .29. 2 p.m including Sat. and Sum

with my nephew Brenville Roberts and wife, Eunice, rnrers All Stars, Monday< ,
June! 30, 7:30
_ and. djdspme touring of Harlem's housing projects, etc., Raiders Cubs pjn., Tuesday, July j HI 43673n
someiBtin.under construction.On 1, 7.30 pm.
Monday we enjoyed a guided tour of the United Scott Puerto Rico Stars, YbofNeh > or.

Nations headquarters, had dinner, then went to Radio Wednesday.All Stars July. 2, 7:30 p.m. '1t1 \ HI 52607PAGE

City Music Hall to see "No Time for Sergeants" with Thursday, July Opa 3, 7:30 Locka p.m. Stars l





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LET'S a. 't you know who the main attrac- Greater Miami Urban mentary proof required therein, preference:and if.the form ,is required -

one -thin tion will be next week. League is interested in getting I if you are claiming. Veteran's: i I in.your.da**. .. I
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itial ht. !I am' Negroes to take the City and u. '
not "i 'crusader: T
examinations. H.
Federal Service
This colfartn is !i wants ONE to OF know OUR why city the employ!Miami Allen Wheatley Jr. vocational THE MIAMI TIMES"The Peoples' Newspaper
dedicated to the: services secretary of the Urban I
buses 20 21 and 24
city stop on
p 6t le:"! b fat li vr to: the west side of the FEC tracks League, states that too few per- SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1958 PAGE 5
lit being (
sons are qualifying themselvesfor
when the buses are full of people
sftty and' all pertons -; positions under the city, state
who are going downtown to
involved the InV :: spend their money. They have to and (Federal Civil (Service. For CHILD CARE PIANO INSTRUCTION
Story.: II
detail information regarding Civil I
walk street to get
down Ftaglef
IN trots hav 'to a| where they are going, instead of Service jobs contact the Urban The Randolph's,JClddy Inn will For information call PLaza I
complaint riding cjbser to Dhq shops. ",1 League located at 385' NW First be open throughout. the summer. 83502. Miss Cassandra Hanna,
nfcttte) : and inform me of the ro- street, or call FR 16476. For information please call
"' ,think: : that a protest is in order, 1418 NW 69th st.
]justice they feel, then I write and maybe. some of the readers City of Miami Civil Service NE 51833. Jui3
about It. 1 'do this not for one
know some of the officials that Board announces an open competitive ,
,, complaint, but from several, as can look into this (matter. examination for July 16
Tele-I
I feel that if a lot of people are for the of
grams and phone calls to position policeman.
complaining about something, fathers. will their We Closing date for filing applica-
open eyes.
" there must be something. definitely may be considered second class tion, noon July 9, 1958. mIAMI BEAUTY SUPPLY/ Co.
,; wrong.
' citizens, but our money is .still
; This is to bring out the subject first class." POLICEMAN
that was brought up in this Age: Applicant must have passed Miami's Only All Colored House
column few weeks about their 21st birthday but mustnot
a ago -- -- -
,\ golf reservations on weekends. TONIGHT Police Benevolent have reached their 30th Distributor for . .

I Now, I'd like to give the other Association Dance Nli Jht. Sgt. birthday at time of examination. Posner Persulan Apex Letters M. L. Forest
Jesse Nash has planned a gala ,
aide Education: (High schoolA Fad-
side of the The other
story: k
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evening for those who will 'at- **": : rjpwr, i .
uate. Furniture and Fixtures '9 '
that Beauty by
being Woody Laughinghouse
tend, pLus a big stage show fea-
of the Miami Springs Height and weight: minimum: ". ,".,
manager
Golf Course and his boss, Nr.r turing Chickie Home, Etta 5 ft. 9, 145 libs.; maximum 6 ft. 3, ROMITO DONNELLY >7' 'I.
I Jones, Vickie Copez . compli 220 Ibs.Vision.
r, Hilton, head of the Welfare Department -
of Miami. Woody ments of the Jim Jam Club, and I! : 20-20 uncorrected vis OPEN EVENINGS FROM 6 P.M. to 8 P.MJ
' sez Wally Futch, compliments of the ion.

"Dave false. ,Ever the article since this you integrationon wrote was 535 Club . (Bonnie !Davis and 1 I Starting salary: $285 month. W. REEVES, Owner ""f'f "V
the Picadilly Pipers featuring
law The United States Civil Ser-
became ,
the
t we have golf'bent course over !backwards'to Clem Mooreman compliments of vice Commission announces open 6500 N.W. 15th Ave. PL 7-8991

make sure that everybody is _the Club Wally. I competitive examinations for I I

treated equally. About the reser-, doreer conditional appointmentsto
| vations, we get about six calls: OUR CITY t. short of police the following positions:

, per minute starting at about 7 precinct guards, otherwise. knownas ELBCmrClAN, LINEMAN
[1 a.m. on Thursday. Either Norm jailers. Anybody looking for Starting salary: $2.35 per hour. '
" or I answer the phone, and by a job should get in touch with Position to be filled from this examination Build
8 am. the entire day of play is Captain Nolle at the precinct on are located in various Will On Your Lot l

r, taken. I have gone down On rec- 11th street at 5th ave., and he cities in Florida: Headquarters,
ord in suggesting that reserva- will .give you the details on howto U S. Naval Base land Components -
tions be abolished because I apply . The man w would rather see it on a first looking for f Barbara Ware :has With NO DOWN PAYMENT
come-first served basis but be. found out thai she is working as AIRCRAFT HYDRAULIC I
I lieve me, we do not 'play favor- waitress in a restaurant in Tampa SYSTEM MECHANIC ,
ites towards any person. After and has issued a' warrant for Starting salary: $2.32 per hour Or with small down payment
all, this is a public golf course, her arrest. Barbara, the man sez, !Position to be filled from this
and everybody is welcomed. Our skipped out of Nassau with $200 examination are located in various -
starters, Bob and Stan feel the which was a part of the payroll cities in Florida: Palm I .
same way as Norm (the assistant going to Lord Flea and his boys Beach Air Force Base and West
manager)' and I feel, and these Palm Beach Five bedrooms with two baths $11,640

few (people who complained did WITH THE Opening of the
not stop to think of the hun- FOURTH ASSISTANT I Three bedrooms with bath
reds of White players, who can't Sky Lite Roof of the Miami Carver ENGINEER DIES L-IEIZL'TIIIIC one ,$9,720
on July 4 there will be a
get reservations either"J gala show featuring America's Starting salary: $2.62 hour
I per Three bedrooms with one bath ,$ Q90
have talked 'WIth Mr. Laugh No. 1 mimic, George Kirby. For SEA GOING HOPPER ,
In house from time to (time, and reservations for the opening DREDGES
I've always found him to be the show call TO' 11633. This is going Two bedrooms with one bath $7,200All
gentleman that he proves to be to be a fabulous place, I hear Starting salary: $2.82 per hour
hi this statement. I have also Have you dug the lounge in Closing date for filing application with tile roof and hardwood fltforsV
talked with Mr. Milton, and he the Sir John Hotel? If not takeit for this position, July 17,1
has done everything in his power from me, it is a gasser. It .was 1958. Positions for the above two .-
to make sure that our golfers decorated by William (Bill) jobs: Aboard seagoing hopper I
: receive every courtesy. However Simmons (a gay ofay.) I do mean dredge of the Jacksonville district I \. also have. five. CBS homes mi Goulds for sale on
in reporting, I must be impartial that he is always happy work along the entire Atllantic # t. It
and cannot talk sides either way, coatt, and sometimes for lots 81x124 ft.. We also have 17 lots 81x124 ft., will
but through me and this columnthe short durations, along the Gulf
people speak. So there you NOTE TO Mayor Robert King Coast and at over-sea locations.. build to suit. These homes will be shown by appoint.
are I Ii High: Some years back in Persons interested in taking
New York City, politicians and these examinations must igo 'to rent

would like to t/ that sometimes organizations tried to discourageIlls the Board of U. S. Civil Service
IHonor with discredits, slander Examiners at the Post Office and
we feel that an injusticehas
been done us and when it and propaganda . yet he file application Card: {Form 67, Phone PL 4-8523
is explained by the 'other guy' was the best mayor New York: (Application for Federal em..
with the other side of the story, bas ever had, just as we feel you ployment) Card Form 6001 ABC
we find that maybe an injustice are the best mayor this city has Preference Form 15, with docu-I

ha, not been done. It is J u < t ever had. Please! pay no attentionto ..Yr.Y1...-."i1....r...-......---...r/,__...._.... 'IW'Ir.,...........__WYrIr.Yr...rasa..YrwYrw,...Yr -.
misunderstanding.: those who are trying to hurt "L *.*ttt&tj&tQj&&Atttf&*& ;&u& y &* AtVjtJ L &A L A .
you, but only enough so that you

THIEVES BROKE Into.. t Ji.. e Mill be ahead of them in their
"Big M's" apartment Tuesday trying. We know you will do a Furnished or Unfurnished
. Watch for the I
with radio good openIng -
night and made off a fa
? ? new night club in the
TV and $120 in cash. Friend
Policeman of the Week: Arnold Carver Ranch area sometime in
Smith . Pretty Girl of the Sq; Week: Mattie Sue Jenkins . Mr, and Mrs. Roy Browning relatives -
. Later
Flo Hawkins
Doctor of the Week: Ben Atklnon of
. Chiokie Home te mak- loss . Remember, live life,
1nI b J1p'l.t l ,rppesraryF' at the every golden minute of It .
Jim Jam this week. dh Monday -." 'Il COCONUT GROVE 'o "

June 30, he and I will open at the .
Skylark\ Club W Nassau. We'll be SEWING CLASSESFOR
there for' two weeks and then 3201 DOUGLAS ROAD1 lt,
back to Miami. However, the GIRLS starts June 25,
Jim Jam has a new show coming 309S NW 43rd terr., NE 4-6875, I

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MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" I KARL BISHOPRIC FAMU Playmakers to Tour

MIAMI
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1958 HEADS .


URBAN the regular LEAGUEAt monthly meeting Africa for 3 Months

this week of the Greater Miami ,
Negro Press Executive Urban League, the following
officers were elected for the comHn0 Tallahassee The Florida A
>.ar: Karl BislfcJUc, president and M IUniver y Playmakers of university and civic groups on the
Dr. Ira P. Davis and Melvin Tallahassee, under the directionof American educational theatre and
Heads PHSA Chapter R. Jackson, vice presidents, Mrs. S. Randolph Edmons, have kindred subjects, while the performance -
Lloma G. Green, secretary and been selected to tour West, Cen- of their students will
Dr. E. A. Ward, treasurer. tralEast and North Africa, ac- serve to demonstrate the results
V. -- The Urban :League, a United by
PHILADELPHIA Joseph cordilng to gnnouncecnent now ,being achieved in that field
Baker, ,president of the local pUb- Fund agency Is a Social Service Robert W. Dowling, chairman of in the United States.
lic relations firm bearing his Thank YouRandolph's organization which seeks to im- the board of the American' Na- Edmonds was the first Negroto
name, has been unanimously prove the educational, employ- tional Theatre and Academy of enter the educational theatreas
elected president of the Philadel- Kiddy Inn wishes ment and living opportunities for New York City. The tour will be a lifetime profession. He holds
phia Chapter of Public Relation to express its appreciation for Negroes and other minorityraces. made In cooperation with the degrees from St. Paul's College,
Society of .Amerida, a national the donation of $200 from the The membership of the President's Special International: Oberlin College and Columbia
affiliation of leading professionals school's PTA toward the con- league is bi-raclal. Program for Cultural Presenta- University as well as having
in the field. struction of a larger and better Membership of the local league tions, which Is administered by studied at the Yale University
The public relations executive, ichool. board includes, in addition to the ANTA for the State Department. Drama School. He has had sev-
whose firm Mrs. Ernestine Humbert, officers: IAbe lAronovitg, IMrs.
22-year-old serves as eral fellowships for study abroad
Eddie G Daniels, Mrs. Mrytle The Florida A and M :Playmakers -
public relations > l to presidentMrs.
flo uns a and has published a number of
number of the nation's leading June Miller, vice Pres.; Davis, Atty. Howard W. Dixon, is the fourth academic theatre books of original plays and other
Holland Sect. Dr. B. M. Hinman, Miss Willie troupe selected to tour under thePresident's
industrial and !business (management Mrs. Louise S. I articles on the theatre.
their Mae Murray Father John E. Cul- program, but the
as regards approachto
the Negro National Community mer, Dr. Dean George Epley, first to venture Into Africa. Their Mrs. Edmonds is also a pioneerin
was a charter member of the local Mrs. Louise Glasser, Mrs. J. E. itinerary is expected to take the academic and children's
PRSA unit and a former- FLA. A and M Curtis, J. E. Preston, James J them to Liberia, Ghana, Sierra theatre fields. She if a graduate of
chapter vice president. Keller Jr., (Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, Leone, Nigeria, Uganda, Egypt Syracuse and John Hopkins Uni-
Judge L. E. Thomas, Mrs. Vladi- and Moroco and possibly other I I versities and is also a memberof
Members of the local PRSA TIGHTENS mir Virrick. countries of the African conti- the Florida A and M faculty.She .
unit pointed out in making an- The will I has written
nent. trip commence numerous !plays
nouncement of its new officers REQUIREMENTS next October and last two to i for the children's theatre which
that "though this election
might three months. II have had wide presentation.
include a "first," it is more a Tallahassee Admission re- NEW Aranha Due to the
I Raymond a junior pioneering nature of
I
recognition and service of the that abilities have, been talents -'quirements at Florida A and M PHONE NUMBER from Miami, is president of the I the Playmaken1 tour and the

injected into the Chapter by Mr.Baker's were raised at the recent Gainesville playmakers.The transportation and housing lim-
student players will be directed I itations in the countries to bevisited
long active of the State Board
and partici meeting FR 9-6779
and supervised by Ed- the troupe will be heldto
pation. We
just want to use"his lof Control. The board supervises monds who will be assisted by a membership of 12. They will
competent hand
to the fullest
was added. it I the state-supported institutions: his wife, Irene. Both Mr. and carry and "work" their own
The former I of higher learning. NORTH'S Mrs. Edmonds will lecture to scenery and technical equipment.
newspaper reporter -
.,
and editor is also executive learning TRAVEL BUREAU r-
director of the Institute of Indus-
trial Race The program, to be carried out '
educational Relations organization, a non-profit over a 3-year period, providesthat 1104 N.W. '3rd Ave. "t DON'T
which WAIT
has for its objective the by 1960, the university will
of the thinking gap" between'closing admit only the upper 60 percent for the
of school seniors based
high upon I
Negroes
and the whole
of indus-
'
try. Mr. Baker is also active in a scores made on statewide tests. : : 'f< wSCHOOL BELL

"nunuber of charitable, treltgioua( Dr. J. Broward Culpepper, ex-I $

and community organizations, including cutive director of the board, saidA if you happen to tee a 'ii'''K Bring In the children's school
the Christian Street and M now admits the top 73 hoes NOW. GIw us time to put them
Branch YMCA.FAMU Call me, don't wail ant In
percent. perfect .forthe
next week. rape lono.heard "grind.?

Law The action was taken on rec-
Profs comendatlon of IDr. George T/ When next week rollt JOHNSON AND SONS

Attend ,Meet Here Gore Jr., ,president of A and M. around, SHOE SHOP
The recommendations are that The rain will come dow-
I Four members of the Florida the cutoff point on the state FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe
A and M University college of wide tests for seniors be lifted I And when the rain u"' ..

I law faculty were in attendance from 135 to 150 by September, down, Save Your Souls-While You Wait
here at the Florida Bar Conven- 1958; to 175 in September, 1959; : I can't make a dim..
tion recently. and to 200 in September, 1960. Shoes Shined and Dyed
A and M law staffers attending Request you save tim.
t J the bar Students making scores below 6570 N.W. 15th
Americana meeting Hotel held at the the cutoff points in the tests And pain a dime AVENUE PH. PL 9-9190
were Dean could be enrolled.
not
Thomas M.
Jenkins, Charles S. I
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Conley, Joseph E. Gibbs, and Alfonso "We believe that It would be Ift1tI1It1i>.>rm a.>wkD lAA9t.tloolrlrh tlilikilmfifdilr7t7tfi>1kAk7t113i7o1oll
McGee. much better to have a greater ;

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than to send home such a large WORLD FAMOUSWMBM
Call TAYLORFR number of students whose (poten
tial at entrance was highly ques- Roofing Company
tionable." Dr. Gore said.
9-1703

In other action on A and M 6306 N.W. 15th Are.

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Negroes Urged to Attend I Registration For program.

For further information call I

Nursing at NHS I PL 4-5491.

University of Florida i Northwestern Senior High

School announces the opening of

NEW YORK Thurgood Marshall tion in order that Hawkins might of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi registration for the fall practical
director-counsel of the be admitted to the February Georgia and South Carolina. nursing class. Anyone who Is interested -
NAACP Legal Defence and Edu- 1953 term. Florida is also one of the seven in entering the fall clars Get""Reddy"for
cational Fund, today hailed the (southern' states In which there may call for an :Interview any
order of .U S District Judge, JUDGE DEVANE REVERSED has been no desegration on the day Monday through Friday between -
Dozier Devane, which opened the Federal Judge Devane at that elementary school level. The the hours 'f 9 nm thru
University of (Florida graduate time denied a hearing on the other states are Georgia, South 5 /ip.m. a longbotsummer

and (professional schools to Negroes motion .en the ground that Hie Carolina, (Mississippi,, iLouielana, I Thf public is In vile as a major victory in the would not enter any order until I Alabama and Virginia. A suit is Chiuiel 10 WPSr. next Wednesday -
drive to 'desegregate public edu- he could have a full hearing. He presently pending in the Federal morning, June 2J, at 11:30ajn. : !
'was by the U. S Courtof
Sou.tl1.1 reversed
cational facilities in the District Court in Miami !which during which time the
The {Federal Judge's order endeda Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. seeks to end segregation in the Practival Nursing Department of,
nine-yeeur court fight in the The case finally came to trial on public; schools of Dade County.Attorneys the Northwestern Senior High t coot
June' 15, and Judge 'Devane en-
case of Virgil (Hawkins, a Daytona -
Beach Negro who has tered his order on June 18 which in the case, in addition School will present an interestingEXCURSION Install
sought admission to the University ordered the University of Floridato to Thurgood (Marshall, I
School of Law. open its doors to Negro stu were Constance Baker Motley Air ConditioningNOWI
dents. and Robert L. Carter of New
Tburgood' Marshall one of There has !been no integrationin York Francisco Rodriguez of I II III
Hawkins' attorneys, tbi.Week/ the universities in the states Tampa, Fla. TO NASSAUon I
I
called upon qualified Negro citi-, luxurious cruise fahlp
zens of Florida to take advantageof i es FLORIDA Xnjoy eooli.Sazlg ..
the new educational opportunities ski ...
opened to them at the university Nassau Baseball \ Round Trip netM r.laetba .
of Florida and Florida $39
trlUt aokebloold
(lower deck
State University at Tallahassee.He ) IN'.. ,
said that good faith on the Plus'
$2.85 tax
.....
oooltspiij
part of the Board of Conrol of +
Florida should obviously make Team on TourTwenty Promenade deck $48.00 ...-.a.. ,
such a suit unnecessary. he.,polka eat
I Leave Miami Aug. 1 5 p.m. raw aoohtu s,

SUIT FILED IN 7949 members of the City taro at the Bahamas Social Club Leave NMMU| Aug. 6, S p.m Sn You DIAUR
Lumber Yard Baseball team New York quarters at 1187 Bos-
Hawkins originally filed his leave next month for the first ton Road in the !Bronx. Performers Attend the Bahamas State
case in the Supreme Court oi extensive junket ever undertaken include Joseph Ouaniberbatch, Association of Elks meetingIn
Florida in 1949. The Florida Supreme : by a 'Bahamas baseball Association Maraca !Michael Dor-sett, saw;
Court first refused to order team.Sponsored. George Albury, piano; Alvin Nassau Aug. 3 to ft
the admission Negroes\ to the Bain, bongo drums; Basil Cooper
University on the ground that a in the regular goombay drum, end William Wilson All Elki and vlttore
separate law school has been BBA. series by Sir George Roberts cowbell .and lignum vitae cordially ,welaomad aw
provided for Hawkins at Florida the 16 players and four officials ,I sticks. pedal guests
A and M. When the U S. Supreme leave Nassau for Miami I During their; New York City
Court was petitioned DY Saturday, June 28 on pan visit the team will reside at a MAKE RESERVATIONSFOR
jiawkm., attorneys to review this American World Airways even- YMCA. TRIP NOW, CALL .
returnedthe ing flight. Highlight of the two
decision, the high court
I and half week trip will be a I They expect to reach Niagara
case to the Florida Court for North's Travel Bureau
reconsideration in the light of its day's> visit at Niagara Falls, Can-
May 17, 1954 decision in t h e ada, on July 11. I follow-ing 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave. IIORIDA POWER ALIGHT
Phone Fr 9.6779
The
School Cases.
: Segregation Guests at the Carver hotel home. Guests of the Miami Marlins COMPANY
Florida Court then appointed
a during their 3-niht stay at during their Miami stopover, '
commissioner determine when
to '
Miami, the team will play several the men iboard a PAA plane for
Hawkins could be admitted with-
i games with the Dorsey (baseball ,Nassau July 17.
out 'Vublic' mischieL"IHawkins players. Arrangements have I,I
I been made with Roderick Silvaof Miami Dodgers
( again sought reviewby j EwlSN
Miami for the teams to compete -
the U S. Supreme Court This i at Dorsey Park June 2fl, Have 7-4 Record D
time the court vacated its previous Key West, June 3().
order and ruled that since
I I!
The fast moving Miami Dodgers ie
admission the
Hawkins sought on On July 1 the City Lumber
baseball team, under the
guauaie an professional (school Yard men leave Florida for
leadership of Manager Tommy
level he entitled to immediate -
was Washington by car, stopping en- NODER
"Baby Ruth" Crown
are now
admission. However, the Supreme route for sightseeing in North
progressing nicely according -
Court of Florida again re- very
Carolina and South Carolina
to the popular manager. The P.opl1Z
fused to admit Hawkins on the They head north July 3 for t
Dodders have won seven and lost
ground that to do so would cause five-day sojourn in New York
four far this
so season.
"public |misdhief."t'/ A third attempt City after sending the Fourthof
by Hawkins' attorneys to July in the Nation's Capital Last Sunday they defeated the
have the U S. Court review the i Bernard Cooper, team assistant Opa Locka Jets by a score of 12
case was denied "without pre- manager and publicity director, to 4. The Dodgers will take on
judice" to the right of Hawkinso has indicated that the (group will the Jets again this Sunday in fry
\ bring his case in the Federal be guests of the New York Yanksat Opa Locka. Game time 1 pjn.
District Court.In two of their Yankee Stadium Members of the Dodgers include -
games. : !Bailey Johnson. 3b; Pops e>
January, 1958, Hawkins' attorneys ES; Eddie Brown 2b; Allan JonesIb
filed suit in the Federal "We'll attend the warm up ; William Hills If; Leroy John-
District Court in Tallahassee on sessions, meet the Yankee play- son cf; Daniel Johnson rf; Ber-
behalf of Hawkins and all other ers and officials and visit the nard Brown c, and Richard Anderson -
Negro citizens of Florida who dugout," said Cooper. p.
are eligible to attend the University On July 6 and 7, the City
of Florida. The attorneys Lumber Yard's self-styled 7- -
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r. WARNER !. a
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1958UNIMPORTANT the day when HINES Inc.
excursions used to be sponsored
to Nassau for about $8 on. the Painting and

Ena K, Betty K or some other WaterproofingContractors I
boat? The sponsoring' group even ,
had an orchestra to entertain the (Licenced and
#
Insured by City
d excursioners on the overnighttrip M
to the Isles of Pink Pearls. and County
1IIt ,. Well Charlie North and his 1803 NW 69th St "
.. North's Travel Bureau has a Free Estimates
... 5. Call any hour ;rPh
: dandy coming up for August r ykr
i Of course the boat trip will not NE 5-6879
be 8 "cents" like times of old, but
TIDBITSWE JUST LIKE YOU, we knew --
.
that before these trivial lines $39 is within easy reach of most .
NOTICE (with mix emo comet a happy ending some- people even in the these reces-
lions) that over at Virginia Beach thing would be said about fish- sional times lAnd that's: roundtrip ,.
the "white folks" seem to be ing! If you want to promenade
edging slowly into the :bathingarea I The Monday that 'just passed on the upper deck then $7.00 .9
designated for the "cullud William "Silky Satin" Harris, extra will allow you this ultra Y y
folk1' At least that's our observation I I myself and' Cecil Grant hied ourselves privilege. This boa excursion is u
over the years. just beyond Cooper's Town certainly a far cry from the uncomfortable ,11111
At time the distance from I cramped conditionson
one (no, that's another Cooper) on ,
the east side of the bridge leadingto Tamlamf Trail loaded with beer, the "tug boats" of years gone mm
Crandon Park, where the white! bait and cane poles with the intention by. If you intend going to Nassau v ---
'beach is, to the ocean end of the of giving the unemployedboys for a short stay try boatingthis Life Insurance Co. of Florida
key was considered our property. who 'hang out at Shaddie'sTavern I time. Believe me you'll never wishes to announce the appoint-
But now the white picnicker are I' a mess of. breams and regret it. It reminds you, on a I ment of J. Earl Culbreth as
swimming almost up to the residence cat fish. small sdale' a cruise to Europe manager 'of Dade County: Their 04
of Dan Johnson, supervisor, on one of the luxury liners. The home office is located at 2543
at Virginia Key. A couple of Saturdays Old Bert (that's me) who is ship you will go on is the luxur- SW 8th st
ago several. young men supposed to catch the fish in any ious criuse ship ss Florida.
.......... _...,_...... _
were using the pier On the beach fishing party, was a miserable Call ('North and make your res- L -.IIdS.j( !"-'>! ,
for a launching point for efkling. disappointment. Before we caught
ervations now-at FR 9-6779.
Several yards !beyond the cabanas the first one of our final two, Let me hep you on something. If 3 Bedroom CBS Terriffic Buy

whites use that unprotected 'Ul ,.JRed-v.,' ,had .us 6.0 and was, you 'don't want to have a heck-
portion of the beach for sunning, just- .giihnfnr, while Cecil, who of-tlme don't go, you see the 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, closed
swimming, archery' etc. can't even .ride' in a dinghy 'with
Elks will be going along too
and bearing fruit trees on 2 lots 50x106 each.
White 'pleasure Iboatten come .I out (getting .seasick poked/ fun garage ,
dangerously close to swimmersand at us. Not satisfied will the
have to !be shooed away by; manner in which he hurt out HARLEM SQUARE( 1620 NW 58th Street
life guards. pride on the creek,, he let ail
rtfcWe even saw a white fellow know that we only hooked two SWEET SHOPA Open Sunday 2 to 5 p.m.
:park hIs car In "our" parking Jot measley breams. We were In a FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
on last Sunday took his fOldingcM.ir slump!
CHELSEA REALTY Realtor
out and was cooling It under So, be it here publicly known COLD CUTS COSMETICS ,
one of the shady trees. that Mr. Cecil and I will engage -
in bitter duel this weekend.If 208 N.W. 10th St Plaza 4-4685 or Wilson 5.2306
Of course this slight matter la
he chose salt 'water, then his
inconsequential to us, because "l'''''
like most Negroes we do not discriminate r;::.
nor segregate the other II
race. But what makes us wonder:
is: With all the miles end mile;
''Of' beautiful beaches, Crando:
Park' Mattheson Hammock, Balk
er's Haulover and other dozens of: CASH BENEFITS for week
outdoor recreational facilitle do you every
the folks to get so close we 'uns?
We think Mr. !Rubin Clein of: V
F'T
( I forgot the name of that paper) A VQ When You are Sick or
I should investigate this voluntary 10
integration! He may do a flip in I r AI d up
his press (bed to learn that his Hurt mmmand unable to

preaching against such a sinful
.thing 'is going unheeded. I FR99 Work.

.
I i SOMETIME Back Herb Rau of i
jV the Miami News wrote in his
column that the Liberty City area
was the hotbed for Negro crime, $2500 for Men
from mugging to rape. Right
away we got under the collar end
threatened to type a scatcfalngesaay
,In rdbuttal to this numk-
skull who was only trying, ,to degrade FOR
the good people of Liberty EMPLOYED

City (where we live.) 'V $1500
(Mr. Rau's- skull was not 'so '" WOMEN
numb after all. Sad to say, but .,
the area is, by statistics, the '
worst for muggings, stick ups L .
purse snatching, and knifings In $7.00 for Housewives

the city. This is not, in our .,//1 .. V
opinion a degrading factor to the ..
good citizens of that surburb. 'V "I" V
So I before Mr. Rau , t. .
imagine, Weeks for total disability
had made such a statement but 52 due to accident
must of had facts to back him
up, like all good reporters usuallydo. Every week for as long as
So, go ahead, Herb laugh out Weeks for totally disabling and
26 .
loud! confining elcknen from the
FIRST DAY
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3 on Wood YMCA's Day CampMore YWAIT? THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper

Alcohol Deaths than 50 boys and girls are RGISTER NOW! SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1958 PAGE 9

New York City CNS Three presently enrolled In the YMCA ------- ---
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Ricans Day Camp, which Is being held Is your son registered for the
Puerto were sentenced at the James E. Scott Homes YMCA's Residence Camp? Registration ler Sands, son of Mr. and Mrs
from 7% to 15 for first and
years
7226 NW 22nd eve. Registration is now open to all boys David Sands, and Deise Sylvia
second degree mansllaughteer in is still between the of 7 and 17.
open for the remaining ages Anderson, daughter of Mrs. Cyril
the recent deaths of 27 people
five
weeks Anderson, were announced King
from poisoning caus by woodako'hol. At In eight more weeks many
Day Camp and Queen for 1958-59. The
youngsters uy
All were in the Harlem are boys will be on their way to
practicing their skills In arts and were crowned land awarded witha
Besides the. 27 deaths 20 beautiful Lake to
area. crafts Grassy enjoyone
participating In athleticsand $25 Savings Bond each.
hospitalized, in full week of athletics -
hore were many swimming,
learning
new exciting The Cox's wish to thank the
serious or critical condition. One games archery, riflery arts and
Swimming lessons teachers friends for
are given at parents, (
the condemned had crafts, and food. The
of stolen 30 the :Bootoer Terrace Pool good camp making this another successfulyear.
gallons of methyl alcohol from a modest fee Includes The only accomodates 100 boys. Will .
lunch
chemical plant.MIAMI craft your son be a part of this group
materials
and swim fee. who will attend the YMCA camp Summer school is now in progress -
For additional Information vis-I I I at Lake Placid? 3 for information call FR
PREPARESFOR lt or call the Carver Branch, 340 1-8488 or PL 7-. 344.
BEAUTICIAN NW 13th St., FA 4-7S29. This is the 5th season the Car- W. O. Cox, manager
ver Branch has sponsored camp B. E. Cox, supervisor
CONVENTIONBy NAACP Breakfast at the spacious, Lake Placid site
I
which is 150 miles from Miami.
ELLIOTT J. PIEZE Successful i Every boy ought to have the opportunity -

Miami and vicinity are now to live with other boys House, For Sale
completing the final plans for the The chairman, Mrs M. Mul- his own age in a camp setting.
drow and her committee of the We hope your son will be among
3i th annual convention of the the Almost new, 3 bedroom *
Freedom caxn :
Fund Membership Drive ers attending Residence
National Beauty Culturist League, breakfast wishes to thank the Camp this year. '.OJ3.3., awning
Inc. and the National Instituteof
,
many friends and those participating ,.. type windows, hardwood -
Cormetology, which will meet ,..
here July 28 through August 7 on the program that made Dinner to Honor floors, carporte,
the !breakfast a The Cox'. Kondergarten held
success. Special
lot 100x105 fence
of this year. : rear ,
D. A. Julius, convention chair- thanks to Mrs. Myrtle Davis, Dr. Bethune its graduation exercises June 21 $5,000 handles
speaker. Her at Booker T.
subject, "We Can Washington High
man, and president of the Sun-
not Pay Enough to /be Free! Led by Dr. Richard V. Moore, School, with one of the Alumni
School of Culture of
light Beauty 1581 NW 55 Ter.Mary's
Mas. Leila Williams .and the president of Bethune-Cookman Shirley Jean Crown Miami announced recently that
,
young men who rendered solos, College at Daytona Beach, a speaker.
convention will meet 'at 'MI-
the
ami's beautiful, spacious, air- also 'Mrs. Bernlce" 'Knight and group of friends of the late Dr. The above pupils, George Wal-
Mildred Pleasant Mrs. I. G. Mary McLeod Bethune, founderof
conditioned Bayfront Park Audi-
Pratt was wonderful as the mis- Bethune-Cookman
College are
torium, located at Biscayne Blvd.
tress of .
ceremonies.
G.
Attorney sponsoring a special
birthday
NE 5th st., The Institute of
and
E. Graves gave some very Important dinner in honor of her 83rd Beauty Shop
will be held
Cosmetology at
facts about, the work of birthday, on July 10 at, 8 pan. at
Booker T. Washington HighSchool. the NAACP. The drive is Just the Flamingo Room of the Mary
starting for the fight for Free- Elizabeth Hotel. Specializing in hair styling cutting tinting and
The Orange Blossom Beauticians dom. Reconditioning the hair
Association, Inc. No. 123 of The dinner which is invita-
FREE
SCALP
Florida, will be host to the con- tional, is expected to attract a TREATMENT :WITH HAIRDO
vention and the Institute. Boxing Classes to large number of friends of Dr. MRS. VERNICE JAMES MRS. ANNIE PEARL ROUNDTREEMRS.

Among the many special features Begin at "Y" Bethune, and will mark another NELLIE MAE QILLARD
of'the convention will be: I significant gesture in her behalf MRS. MARY WILSON, OWNER
A beauty contest, and other con and.to the college which she
The
Carver
Branch YMCA is
tests involving: beauty school anxious to reactivate Its boxing I founded.. 1811 N.W. 62nd Street Phone NE 5-9492

students personality, state (attendance club for teenage boys. HOURS: 9:00: A.M. TO 0:00 P.M.
hair-styling, national in- The !Boxing Club instructors I .-
stitute students, state presidents,
are two young men who received
a fashion review, boat ride and their boxing training in the Car- A NEW SHOWAT I>AU 1kf l Ml .lMl .al_lU7o7....u>Nf su'N1....tlofuuol .kl.>IOf..7 M
many other timely attractions. ver :Branch Boxing Club a f e w

LARGE CROWD EXPECTED years ago. Carl Ferguson andBenny THE HOP AT
Taylor were in the first

Approximately 3,000 personsare YMCA Boxing Club and they Barkley's Cut RateWHERE
expected to come to Miami participated and won bouts in
for the convention. Many will remain the South Florida Golden Gloves JIMJAM QUALITY
for vacations after the con- Tournament in 1955 and 1930. LIES

vention Mrs. Katie ends. Wickham of New After going to the Army in 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.2376
1958 Benny Taylor won the All
Orleans, La, :Is the National
Army Bout and the NSC Cham-
Alain President Waldron of the of West group.Palm Mrs pionship and later won the World Gifts, Cards, Dolls and Gifts of all Kind

Beach, is president of the host bout.International Golden Gloves Pokeni Sett ........ 1.40 > 2.08Men's Dresser Sete 5.10 to 12.08

organization. This' ''will be great oppor- CLUB BoxHandkerchlefe ........... Silent Night
Other members of the local .9$ Cologne Set .... 1.25 8.60
convention, in addition to the tunity for young men who, are Electric Iron .... S.08 0.05 Old Spice Cologne

chairman are: Mrs. Marion Mul- interested in boxing to train with 1900 N.W. 75th St. Waste Basket ................ 60 and Lanolin ................ 1.00
drow, housing! chairman; Allan these For old additional pros. information vis- Phone PL 9.8651 Winter U Approaching Evening In Parts

Bain director of exhibits; Chas.L. Branch MedicineScott's Sets ...?........... 1.00 '.08
call the Carver
it
Williams, chairman of education or Emulsion .98 1.70 Comb and Brush
committee; Mrs. Billle Pitts, YMCA, 340 iNW 13th St., FRanklin BlancheCalloway Dr. Brown's Magnolia Sets ................ 1.00 2.40
chairman of souvenir 'program 4-7829. Remedy .................... 1.40Father M.n't Small Brief

committee, and Ilrs. Opal King, John ........ .e5 1.35 Cases ............................ 2.08
chairman of the courtesy com Yartmln Tab ............ 2.08 Evening In Paris
mittee. "CANVASSERS; Men King's Men'i Sete ........ 2.10 Stick Deodorant, 2 for $1
A special citizens committee and women with car

incident ito the convention is Intelligent, reliable.
composed of the following: Dr. I. Guaranteed product SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK

P. Davis, Ernest Taylor, C. C. need in all homes. Proudly I PresentsA Where Price Are Right
North, !Mrs. Elizabeth E. John- furnished. FR GALA FAREWELL
son and Elliott J. Pieze. Leads PARTY FOR 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue
"
Judge L. E. Thomas is legal 91093. We Deliver Call FR 3.9458 or FR 4.2376
Horne
advisor for the convention. Chickie

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Thoughts Have Wlnfltl I Can Influence Others With My NITEAll

THINKING! of Hit Friends Invited you a Hair

NOW OPENING FOR THE FIRST TIME Tena Savoy Problem? Such ait

Sensational Dancer i 'Lr
For Advice and Help, Contact-

Vicki Copez s 1,

KSTAR Interpretive Dancing
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Psychic Reader Gifted Reader Miami's Little

,;..a" Read your entire life. put, SweetheartDave

present, future. Tell you anything
you wish to know without Bondu"Mr. Falling hair, i Itchy

asking any question Swing" M.C. scalp, or has your hair

I and Music by become brittle or lost
trouble may be, can
fear or
No matter wh.t your hope falling advice tn all .ff.lre Bert WallaceAnd its natural sheen? If so
will help youl l Give time and never
marriage, health, business . .
of lift, such .1 love, courtship, His Quintet see
l beet or stolen articles,.
suits,
law
chaNges, wills, mortaso, GUARANTEED Adm. Thurs. BOc Mrs.

hidden trtssurt. SATISFACTION FrI., ,Sat., Sun. 75c Bertha M. Brooks


Give Your Lucky Day Your Lucky Number Midnite TABLES Ramble FREEr MRS. DERTHA M. BROOKS Manager and owner of

No ont In trouble turned ..way-Con with or without montY ,Thursday Night

Private A Confidential R..dlnge-R..lngt' for White Colored SHOW TIME MAXINE'S HOUSE OF BEAUTY

Thure. 12 Mldnlte, Fri. and
Note Permanent AddrtM-Takt hue 15, p**.. door every Sat 10:30, 1, 3 6971 N.W. 18th Ave. Phone NE 5.0351

IB minutes Sun e:30, 10:30, 1
The experienced hands of Mrs. Brooks have served
Miami, FI*. We cater to private
1650 N.W. 27th Avenue parties, organizations, the public in tinting, cutting and individual hairstyling

Hour Dally and Sunday 9 a.m. to S |un -Cloe d Tuesdays eta for a number of years.Sentence .

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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, ,JUNE 28, 1958 DIRECTORS BETHUNE people with special interest in
the area of parent-teacher relationship -
I APPOINTED .
The State PTA will hold its
I Annual Workshop at Bethune- ,Dr. Richard V. Moore stated
The appointment of an exec Cookman College starting Sunday that Bethune-Cookman College is
utive and associate director to July 6 through July 9. going': all out to make this the
staff its Atlanta office and direct It has been announced that the most successful annual meeting
I the "Crusade For Citizen- 1958 theme will be "Opening ever held. Many social programsare
: ship" program was announced Avenues to Understanding Cooperative ,being planned for the enjoyment -
j I this week by the Southern School Services" I of the visitors.ASTHMATICS.
Leadership Conference through
its president, Rev. Martin Luther Registration will ,be at 2 p.m.
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King Jr. in the lobby of White Hall- al
8 p.m. the first general session !
The Rev. John L. Tilley, pastorof will hear an address 'by Dr. Gil-
a the New Metropolitan Baptist bert L. Porter,' executive secre- Want simple, effective relief from
1 iiv Church of Baltimore was named tary, Florida State Teachers As- choking, racking bronchial asthmatic .
; director and Miss Ella J. Baker, sociation. The second general spasms Get genuine
fs executive secretary of "In session ''will be addressed (by D Breath easy see what you've
Friendship," New York City, as E. Williams, general consultantin : been missing! There's no eubetl
associate director Rev. Tilley recently instruction, with the third tute for original Breatheasy inhalant *
obtained a partial leave of session hearing W E. Combs, and nebulizing set. Get
,.b PA:; absence from his church to help. specialist in secondary educationThe comfort by breathing! Outran
V further the southwide registra- fourth and final session will teed.J.
tion and voting drive, and Miss hear Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johnson &. J DRUG DEPT. STORE
M Baker, qn loan from her position Miami. 1410 N.W. 62nd St., Miami, Fla.
with "In Fri( iship., has Coordinated .
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"U V' the activities of the -
I Leadership Conference since AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
THE FAMU ROTC CROSS COUNTRY trophy was pre- January.
sented to Willie Pyfrom (left), Belle Glade, and John ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000)) To conform with

Stephens (right), Miami, by Henry W. Warner duringthe as Through chairman Dr of Tilley's the ,register leadership and Florida LawIf

Intramural Award Banquet in the university com- vote committee .of the Citizens you have a driver's license, we can Insure you
mons at Florida A and M University. and M staff Committee on Civil Rights Legislation AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR

photo by Horace Jones, Jr. a community group PAY AS YOU RIDE, with little down and 8 months to pay
by the local branch of
sponsored :
, ,
r the NAACP, Negro registrationin I
America'Southernmosts Baltimore was increased by SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCYOpen
Tes more than 16,000 registrants
Key Y t CityBy within a 12 month period. Both Dally and Saturdays to 5 p.m.
the techniques and the. material
developed in the Baltimore effort 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9-5284
FRANCES E. PALMER have been used successfully

f in other sections of the country -,...-....
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!Mrs. Cecelia Evans widow of
Rolbert Evans, was sick the past I
several weeks and was visitedby
her grandchildren as the following I
will show. I
First to arrive was Army Sgt u
Ellbridge Curry who spent a 30-
day furlough with his wife, Mrs
Barbara Curry, a fourth grade
teacher at Sgt. Curry, a graduate of
Douglas High 'as are all the Cur- ':
rys left Thursday morning for an ,
Army medical school in San
Francisco, where :he will take a I '
46-week medical course. Sgt I S S RS
Curry is making the army his ca-

reerMiss !
Doretha Curry, oldest of ,
the Curry children, completed
I
the requirement for the master's
b
degree from Columbia University ,
at the end .of the regular session |
She /will leave for !New York
Sunday where ''she will pursue j i
{ further stuy. (Her B. A. degree',
was obtained from Clarke University -
Richard) came in Sunday to be
with her family She is accompanied -
toy her husband and two
children
:
The Richards are temporarily ''
mailing their home in Charleston,
S.c. where her husband, a navy
main, is stationed aboard the USS :
Bowers, a PD 40. They left for
their home Tuesday, June 17. T'R
They are the children of !Mrs.
Y, Ew
Margaret Curry, 728 Windsor a
Lane and the late Elbridge. Cur- ..
ry Sr.
They were also guests of their
mother and Mrs. Charles Oliver,
.
their aunt.

James Saunders !Jr., son or Mr.
and Mrs. James Saunders was in
the city visiting. Saunders, who ,DELICIOUS NEW FROZEN DESSERT !
Is a pharmacist is employed In
the city hospital .of St You, Mo.
accompanied (by his wife and Only 3 minutes to make Just 4
and family, the IRrsklne Sawyers. per serving!
three children, Mrs. Frances E.
Palmer (your reporter) left the
city for a short vacatwn in West r
Palm (Beach visiting (her sister So much smoother too, I rI

Mrs. Irene Straughter of Miami 'with Better-Blending ,
Is In the city visiting her sister, CARNATION I
Mrs. Nora Raines and brother,
James Roberts. II

Quick and to fix..a delicious I
!Mrs. Bernie e Clog a of 221 easy economical frozen dessert
Eneas ave spent her vacation in made with Carnation Evaporated Milk and JunkeT freezing Mix.
,
Miami visiting relatives and
friends. To make, simply follow the"Junker Freezing Mix label

dJrectfons-and In 3 short minutes dessert Is I
your for
tho
Please ready
i :pay your paper boy Look for special "Junket
when he freezing tray. What have I r
delivers your paper more you your choice of offer at
Thank your grocer'sI :
you. 4 delicious "Junker
freezing Mix flavors chocolate, vanilla
strawberry or black raspberry.
1

................ The secret of smoother frozen desserts is Carnation. Its special I t tI tI

SUFFERERS blending qualities Just naturally make desserts richer, more I

.to seas sat surru... swroaotr. delicious-no other form of mills will do for comparable results I j I -

1tsna.1POaM.oaonca_IICAP.....*t hUIrIAII: WIL&._lie Why not mix Junket"
jot' *nuMMKMT atusr or not SCAUMSJ freezing Mix and Carnation together I I

'I'as.rnww9a MtfCSOM. MKTOCm MUD aaoUT BOCTO*...awoo.a......_ todq...and eaJO'deJJdout frozen dessert tonight II I

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

Fla. Association of Colored I SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1958 PAGE 11



;; .:: publicize it, since their membersare
people of (good will of both
Woven Closes Convention PUNPHUN races.

Mr. Sawyer, through his play,
By PHIL OSSOFER has planted a seed of enlightment.

By ELIZABETH, E. JOHNSON Let us who claim to be of good
will (become the farmers who nurture .
Fort !Lauderdale The 50th A tea at the home of Mrs. OTHERS EECTED This week I would like> to digress this seed through interestingas
annual session of the Florida Association Boisy Blakeley, tours of Sweet- from the ridiculous to the many people as possible to
of Colored Women's ing Estate, 2148 NW 4th at., the Mrs. Clotelle G. Williams, sublime, inspired by Robert Earl] see this play, that it may bring
Clubs, Inc., was addressed at the beaches and prominent citizens' Jacksonville, retains her position Sawyer's powerful play "Thun- forth the fruit of Justice in the
public reception in the First homes section were afternoon as second vice president; fourth der in the Morning." This take minds of all who see it.
Baptist Church, Rev. J. W. Too- features. vice president, Mrs. Daisy M. off on school desegregation greatly -
mer, pastor, Monday night by Murrell, Belle Glade; fifth vice impressed me because of the $1,000 Your Lot
Mrs. F. W. (!)pips Wells) Shearer THURSDAY'S PROGRAMThe president, Mrs Pauline Reid, strength of the well written plot, or

of the Fort Lauderdale Wo workshop, directed by (Mrs (Bradenton; recording: secretary, based on this subject so vital to- As a down payment, 3 bed..
Mrs. Antoinette
Club City Commissioner Crumpton Owens,
men's and Elizabeth Johnson
started Monday
Edward iH. Johns, who Ocala; assistant recording secretary day.The room new, on corner on two
was concluded Tuesday by fact that this
particular
Mrs. Luana P. Newkirk, Ft.
brought greetings from the City leaders in the 8 panels making lots. 2901 NW 43rd Terr.
Lauderdale, corresponding secre- performance (a preview) was
and the Clubs of the City, State
instructive and constructive reports tary, Mrs. Louise poorly attended, brought home
Brown, Fort
and nation. In her remarks, Mrs. Hardwood
on problems and their so- Lauderdale; treasurer, Mrs. Min- the lack of interest in this vital floors. A beauty.
Shearer (who was accompanied
lutions in following the theme nie L Rogers, Issue. We are fighting a war of
BradentonTampachaplain Lots for sale. Cash for
by Mrs. C. H. Speck of the North your
"Using Woman's Powers in
General Today's !Miss Alice E. Moore, ideas, and must take a strong
Broward Hospital Aux-
explained that she had I World," and the motto, West Palm 'Beach; musical directress stand to !bring an end to the injustices lots. Baron, JE 81340.
iliary "
"Lifting as 'we Climb. Mrs. which in this
Agnes Hunter, St. prevail so-
returned from the General
just Petersburg, and Mrs. Add R called enlightened day. Open 3.5 p.m.
Association of Women's Clubs, The arts and craft department
where 65 Florida women among presented its awards for the Lovett, Ft. Lauderdale; statistics, When something, like "Thunderin
Mrs. Effie Carrie Hampton, the Morning" is. brought before -
4,000 representatives from Eng- most elaborate diversified display _
land, Korea, Germany and other of articles which will be Ocala; executive board secretary, the public, all peoples of For Prompt, Efficient
points of the globe were assembled featured at the National meeting Mrs. Myrtia Ward, West Palm !1 good will, regardless of the color Service
in quest for "progress through in August by the chairman, :Mrs. Beach; auditors, Mrs. Marguerite of the skin, 'will be stirred out
understanding." Angerette M. McNeal, Miami, Everhart, Miami; Mrs. P. G. I of their apathy to take a strong Phone PLaza 4-4909
and her committee, Mrs. Julia Aarons, Jacksonville, Mrs. Mary enough stand to overwhelm the
MRS. MICKINS RESPONDSMrs. Stone, Ft. Pierce; Mrs. V. M. Bunch, Lakeland; Mrs. Rosa( old t"tradltional" outworn ideas RUDY'S TV
Harvey, West Palm Beach. Leonard, Cocoa; Mrs. Mabel, still /prevailing. I believe this andRADIO
Alice G. Mickins, parlia- Rhodes, Daytona .Beach; historian play is a manifestation of the
mentarian, 8th past president of The local, Miami sectional and Mrs. V. M. Terrell, West times, one of the many candles REPAIR
the association, W. Pam Beach, state committees, were enthusi- Palm Beach; junior work super- that serve to enlighten our world
gave the response to greeting astic and generous in expressionsof intendent, Mrs. Erma B. Wil- and evaporate the darkenedareas Guaranteed Service
brought by Mrs. Frances W. appreciation (oral and otherwise liams, Pensacola; past president's of prejudice in our minds.It .
Scruggs for club and sororities by orchids and useful gifts) council chairman, Mrs.; Alice G.. Pick up and Deliver
Atty. T. J. Reddick for men's for the dynamic leadership of Mickens. seems to me that organizations 9 to 10t30

clubs and fraternities; Dr. B. D. State President, Mrs. Myrtle Mc- ....-_......... '''- like the NAACP and the a.m. p.m.
Cole, of :New Hope Baptist Leod Davis, during the past four Dade County Council on Com- 6801 N.W. 15th Avo.
Church for the Interdenominational years. She now assumes the role ( Unu munity Relations could do well
Alliance; Leroy Mizell for of chairman of the executive
business and professional men, board, held so efficiently by Mrs. ..- ----,- --.
Charles B. Mortem, president of Lillie James Frazier, for the past
Broward County Teachers Association I four years. 'In appreciation for I II -
; musical numbers from her service, Mrs. Frazier, who SEE THE
the First Baptist Church choirs, I is national second vice president:: ,
Beauregard Cummings, Mt. Her ,will accompany the new president WORLD'SGREATEST
man AME Church Sextette, Mrs. Mrs. Algernon B. Bolton, We build according to
Suzye D. Johnson, as well as Fort Pierce, editor of the Chron-
Commissioner Johns and Mrs icle, weekly newspaper, to the your plans or ours

Shearer. national meeting.! Mrs.. Bolero was No down payment
elevated to Ute ChaIr from vice COLORED
-
Mrs. Myrtle McLeod Davis
president.One .
Use lot
Miami, state president, presentedher your
state and local cabinet of of the meritorious awards Lb(5L1CJv PSYCHIC
officers, after which the delegates "For Service, The Price Paid for
and visitors were served a The Space Occupied" during the (!)((3(2 READER
banquet in the social hall of the current association administration -
church. Mrs. Eliza Johnson, whs was the elevation of Mrs. 100% FinancingNE
was president when the association : Elizabeth Johnson workshop di-
was entertained In :Fort rector-public relations chairman 5-6171 PBOF. :
Lauderdale in ,1951, was mistressof to 3rd vice (president. Another!
Genital l Building Contractor
ceremonies. Mrs. M. P. Mc- was the election of Mrs. Louise _
_
Gill, was the current entertaining M. Taylor, state-national Association I 1121 NW 20th 8t, Miami .

president. of Colored Girls Clubs

HONOR DR. WHITE supervisor, to first vice president l Advertise It Pays! HUNTER L

The public reception was pre-I for 1958-59. _____

ceded :by a glowing tribute to I PROF. HUNTIRIf

Miss White Eartha (Mary !Magdalene you are side, worried or In trouble this Is the
Jacksonville, Fla.'s Angelof
Mercy, Doctor of Humanities, REGISTER NOW place to coma. Don't stay In the rut, push back the

founder-president of Clara White veil of bad luck that seem to hold you in your track,

Mission Legislative and its subsidiaries, Inc. JACKSON'S TODDLE INN and adraace forward by the help of God under the
.
and only Committee chairman leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience .
surviving founder of
the Association over WFTL on OFFERS AN EXPANDED SUMMER PROGRAM In spiritualist and occult science. Make your

Luther Holland, a radio programat Priming and Readiness.. program for home happy. Ha will show you how to bypass your
7:45: p.m. Those on the panel I Special enemies and get the things that life demands for you.
portraying the 50 years progressof 6 Year Old

the association which was organized Primary Grades ,
March 8, 1908 in St.
Augustine, with eight persons, Remedial and special techniques for slow learners

four(seven, women and a man) were Qualified tutoring in High School Math, Algebra
past
presidents: Mrs. Alice
G. Mickens, West Palm Beach, Plane and :Solid Geometry by appointment only iv.
>
who ,gave the relationship of the .
State Association to the South- Registration now going on

eastern and National Associationsof
Colored ,Women's Clubs; Mrs. CALLL NE 4-4308
Fannye Ayer Ponder, St. !Peters-
burg, "The Objectives"; :Mrs. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Frances M. Walker, West Palm

Beach, %rief fifty year story;" . +4
and Mrs. - > '
UUie -
Janus
'Frazier, --
P<*nsacola, -"accomplishmetos MBHSVHSMBJBieHBW M wFurnished Located at the Hunter's new psychic studio on

during the past fifty years." Mrs. Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallandsls, Fla. on

Louise E. Taylor, Belle Glade, ApartmentsAS the north side of the road, 1 mile east of 7th a"..

musical the Florida directress-supervisor of Carver Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of three

Colored Girls State Clubs Association, licenses of LOW AS story building. Office is in the duplex in the front of

funeral director apprentice, told the building.He .
of her department activities. The $19.95 per week has fifty times more power than any other
tribute was originated toy its director medium. You will find him far advanced in knowl
the workshop-public re
lations chairman, Mrs. Elizabeth LIGHTS GAS & WATER INCLUDED
Espy Johnson, Miami with Mrs. edge.READINGS FROM $1.00 UP
Which
Daisy M. Murrell, Belle Glade, as Select Your Own Brand New Furniture
moderator. Dr. White gave an LICENSED 1Y STATE AND COUNTY
approvlate Becomes Yours
response. OFFICE HOURS DAILY

SUNDAY'S PROGRAMThe Unfurnished Apts. $14 week 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 7.' P.M. SUNDAY 1 PM TIL 4 PM
executive board assembly
was the Initial Item on the CLOSED ALL DAY WED
agenda, opening the 50th annual SEE SAM B. SOLOMON AT
meeting at the Northwestern CALL IN PERSON
Branch Young Men's Christian
Association, Sunday afternoon. BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY 5417 S.W. 17th St.
Mr Myrtle M. Davis made her

annual address challenging the 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 3-8416 Hollywood, FIsu
ladies
to "Use your powers as
women for such a time as this Ina
changing society."







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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper IN MEMORIAM hams, five brothers, a sister and
other relatives. Services will be LOTS FOR SALE
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JUNE 28, ;In sad but loving memory of conducted at 10:30 am on Saturday
195fI my dear husband, June 28 at St. J a m e sAME Easy Terms
I MIR.! ROBERT LAMBERT Church with JRev. A. J.RdddicHo .
_._,..."'''''t.t___.. ---.......-- _. who departed this life June 30, officiating. '[Burial will Build on your lot
195*. be conducted at Lincoln Memo or mine
MEMORIALS Gone, but not forgotten rial Cemetery. We take care of financingNO
CARDS May, he rest In peace MONEY DOWN
!Mrs. Mamie Lambert and Fourthof
Backyard
.. Family Cash paid lor your lots or

Thank You CARD OF THANKSThe July PartyA home

IN MEMORIAMIn (Backyard 4 th of July Party Baron JE 8.1340US
of the late little ,
family
The family of the late, BRADLEY/ DAVIS loving memory of our dear will be given at 0920 NW
MRS. WILLA !BRYANT 15th ave., benefit of St. !Peter'sAmerican
father and
12 1958 while husband grandfather
June
who died on ,
wish to thank their. many friends visiting here 'with his mother and MR. 1LEROY !DEAN! Catholic Church :Men'sDay OUR CLASSIFIED
who remembered them during grand parents, wishes to thank who departed this life June 26, Barbeoues: 1M/ Lsic. Mrs.
Mable I.ls RESULTSI.
their hour bereavement.( Anda sponsor. COLUMNS FOR
their many friends and relativesfor 1957. May the soul of the faith-
special thanks to Bethel Wil- their words of sympathy ful_departed through the mercyof -----
liams Funeral Home, Bethel comfort and especially, do we God rest in peace.
Baptist Church of RichmondHeights thank Rev. E. A. Culmer and The !Family' REACTIVATION HEALTH CENTERHours
the neighbors of Deacon Francis Funeral Home for their
John Ancrum of Richmond efforts. IN MEMORIAMIn : 10:00: a.m. to 10:00 p.m.-By Appointment
Heights! and the neighbors of
and take
dear
Mrs. Lucille West of Liberty City your Sleep rest on, we love one you, (but Jesus remembrance of our son, SERVICES:-Swedish Massages, Whirlpool Baths, Therapeutlo

May God ibless all of you. loves you best. ,t4f Baths, Colonlo Irrigation., Electronic Spot Reducing, Electronic

Signed; ] Mr. and (Mrs. Driscole Davis, Facials, Facial Massages and Packs, Light Therapy Toning
Deacon John Ancrum, son parents Therapy, Rubdown., Rehabilitation Therapy, Mechanical Gym
Mrs. Lucille West, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Davis, f

grandparents Sue Harris, R.N., P.T., Director Willie C. Coffee, Masseurer

CARD OF THANKSthe
IN MEMORIAMIn Phone FR 3.3381 276 N.W. 6th Street

family of the late t SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN 'IHOTEL
sad !but loving memory of
MRS. LOUISE DAVIS
LUTTILE! JESSE C. LIVINGSTONJR.
who died on. May 12 and was ..; .-
laid to rest May 19; takes
on :>
who departed this life June 25,
this method of expressing thanks 1956. 'f.

and appreciation to the many Friends! may think we have forgotten DOUGLAS ROAD' :? CLINIC
friends and neighbors, who wereso I
kind hours of sor t *
during
its ,
When at times they see us smile r mss
3197 Douglas Road Coconut Grove Miami Fla.
row. Thanks for your cards .let- ,
But little
they know the heartaches -
tern, telegrams, flowers, and oth-
( 'kind tokens of sympathy The General Clinic Is well equipped and offers you excellent
er Our smile hides all the while.
Again, thanks' to everyone for (Mrs. Rosie (Livingston, mother Clinical and Medical Services for the care and treatment of all
everything. Your kindnesses will
never (be forgotten. And Family! Illness, diseases, bodily Injuries and physical disorders of

Mr. Timothy Davis, husband all types for tl.e entire family. Pre.Marital Blood tests, 'tealth
And IN MEMORIAMIn
Family Cards and Workmen's Com ensatlon Insurance Cases.
loving memory of our dear
CARD OF THANKSWe mother and sister, n_ __- Office Hours: 12 noon to 9 p.m. Dally except Sunday
!MRS. LILLIAN McKENZIEwho
:
the bereaved family of the departed this life June 25,I who passed W on B.June ROUX 30, 1955. 24 Hours Phone Service Dr. James T. Ross

late 1941. Oh how we still miss you. I Ph"" ne: Hllaml 8.2310 Director
ANNA LEE "Like a bright star obscured' by
Mrt and Mrs. B. F. Roux
wish to thanta !Rev. S. A. Thomas, Time's advance, I Father< and mother
members of Mt. Sinai Baptist You tare now shining on the other

Church, Francis Funeral Home, side i .... 4.. .- L' ""---- *. ---'-- -"-'.-'.-'.'*
all neighbors and friends of 6th'; Where God and His 'selected host I

street, 2nd, avenue, land 6th ave- abide' I DEATHSRichardson
nue; those 'who sent cards, tele- Where mundane Imperfectionscannot COMMUNITYDRUG

grams, flowers and those who lance. ,
gave ,the use of their cars who And since life moves in cycles,
gave their service in many ways you shall shine I 1 STORE
which: helped in our hour of sor Not always upon yonder dazzling .

I row.Mrs.. Willie B. Jackson But plane as of, yore, with each loved I I Calvin IWoward died In New COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
daughter York June 15. His /body was
one again I'
Mrs. Rosa Lee Simpson, In time and space-within earth's shipped to Miami for burial.
daughterMrs. strict confine."' Funeral services were held at St. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut
Maggie !Lee, daughter The Family I Paul AME Church! with !burialin
I And Family Evergreen Memorial Park. Rate Drugs Free Delivery
Remains were ''accompanied to
IN MEMORIAMIn COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
I Miami by CARD OF THANKSThe loving memory of our I Mrs. Isalbelle Howard. SEALTEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS

daughter and igrand daughter I
bereaved family of the Johnie Byrd, 134 NW 19th St., Phone Laza 8-4703 Phone PLaza 8-4704,
late, I electrocuted while on the Job
MR. MOSE PERR1N 'June 23. He 'will be funeraliz- , C..M.. JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop

j who passed June 14, 1958 wish 1 cd Monday, June 30 at 2 pjn. I .,' , ,
to thank the many' friends and from the Mt. Calvary Baptist
neighbors for their kind and Church, Rev. E. M. Thomas officiating -
thoughtful deeds rendered during Burial will be in Evergreen -

our hours of sorrow; for the ,ttp tt The ,body will be on viewin B. Solomon Funeral HomeEstablished
beautiful cards, flowers, and k the chapel/ Sunday and Mon-
comforting words. day until funeral time
We are also grateful to the I ._ ( 1928))
Rev. J. IE. Brown and the I Eddie Powe, 2985 INW 45th st.
I church' Deacons* Board Noxme died June 24. Funeral arrangements Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service
and twothe Deaconess [Board, are incomplete.
choir and ushers, the GUFF Club I Funerals Within
Range of Each
No. 8, 'the Community Prayer I t Henry Smith, 358 NW 11th Budget
Band, and the Range. Funeral Terr. died June 17. He will be
Home for their wonderful ser- funeraJized on Saturday at 2 pjn.
vice.It. ldr from the chapel. '

is impossible for me to name t I' 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440
them all. May God let them live Range
long to give others the sam e . I
type of service they so willingly -
,gave me. I am praying God's Funeral services for H o m e r .
blessings upon you. McCullough, whose passing occurred -
Alberthb. Perrin, wife June 18 at Magnolia Hospital j "A Living Service For The Llvinq"y
d J H 1 Gritzella Ferrin daughter will be conducted on Saturday I
June 28 at 4 pjm. ,,
Evelyn Terry, sister at Antioch -
Johnnie Mae Garner, sister Baptist Church with !Rev. Range Funeral HomeOSCAR
1 JUANITA :MARSHALLwho O. W. Foster officiating. Mr. Mc-
departed this life June 24, Collough Is survived by his wid- _
IN MEMORIAMIn 1947. ow, a mother and other relatives. AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owners
Loving memories never die
sad but loving memory of Aa years roll on, day /pass by; Christopher Clarke of 330 NE PHONES
PL 4-7468-PL
our dear mother and sister, : 1.1331
In our hearts a memory Is kept- 70th $t., died at Jackson Hospital
LEOMA MINGO ROBERTSwho One we love we'll never forget Mr. Clarke was a pioneer Mi-
departed this life June -30, (Rest in peace, darling amlan, having come to this coun- Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
1958 in West.
Key Cestina Dames, grandmotherAnd try from Nassau, Bahamas in
There's an open gate at the end Family 1908. He served as Janitor of the 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami Florida
of the road Dade County courthouse for ,
Through which each must go years. Survivors Include many
his wife
IN MEMORIAMIn .
alone
Anna, five SODS and daughters
And there ,Is a. light we cannotsee : sad but loving memory of two brothers,, three sisters, eight, .
t .our dear mother grandchildren 'and
a large-
Our father claims' His own. MARY WEMY6S ber of other re tives. Services num-
Mervert Roberts, daughter who departed this life June 29, will be conducted on Saturday, RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
I .I Mary Roberts daughter 1957 in Nassau Bahamas.
June 28 at 1:30: pm at St James
4. " Louise DeVeaux, sister Friend may think we have for- AME Church with Rev. A. J. PRIVATE
:' ; I'. Meriam !Russell, sister gotten, Reddlck officiating.Mrs. FOR HIRE
II 1 '' Clifford (Mingo, brother When at times they see us smile
::1))"' Olive [Mayo, sister But they little know the achingof Elizabeth Bell Young Crossof
: I _''i Ruby Tharpe, sister our hearts. 15745 East Bunche Park Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
.: .
( ,Sadly missed by children Drive, died
at her home on the
- ;IA !; Rosa Wallace, daughter morning of June 22. She had not
i ; t :: 'Call T LOR"-- Olivia W. Bullard, daughter been ill and her unexpected 3.5900
l\( Grace Miller, daughter massing
(11w \I' came as a shock to her
: \\;, ; FR 9-1703 Vera Mae !Monroedaughter family and friends. Survivors are

,./" \, Joseph .Wemyss. son her husband, Frank, 4 children, HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL
- Hewitte (Monroe, son her mother, Mrs. Pauline !
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WANTEDHELP Elks Hold Meetingin Mt. Olivette To vite you to come and worship
with us and come and see our
WANTED Dedicate New new church.
NassauThe
R WAITRESS at Eva and Bills' Miss Johnnie M. Perry,
Restaurant, 7028 NW 15th ave. ChurchThe reporter
recently organized Baha- Rev. I. C. Micfldns, pastor
Adult organizers, men and mas Association of Elks we Mt. Olivette Baptist
planning a general convention of Church will dedicate its new
women, needed now for enter Fun Time at
all Elks lodges in the Bahama
tainment [projects for this local church building with a ten night
area. Day and evening. Full or Islands, August 3-6 in the city of series of special services featur- Phyllis WheatleyThe
part time. No experience required Nassau. ing the leading churches of the
Can work by phone. Invest According to Dr. Jackson community as their guests. The summer recreational
Bum-side- Association presidentof dedication service will start Mon- pro
only time. [
your Begs easing
gram at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary
the Bahamas, a great deal of:
at once. Steady yearround.Start day night, June 30 and continue
CAREI School Is proving a
preparation is being made to follows
as :
immediately. Write today. great delight to the children of
make this eventful and
will care for your child'while' Send one dollar for complete meeting Miami. The start, dailyat
full of the National Elks' tradi- (Monday, June 30, Allen Chapel program
vou work Large, convenientlay brochure' (Esquire 'Jntemational, tion. Many of the outer !islandsin AME! Rev. E. M. Blocker, 9 a.m. and ends at 4 pjm. The
yard and plenty of hot'wat- 5880 Hollywood Blvd., Holly- the Bahamas will have I I pastor. children are enjoying such activities -
r. Can furnish breakfast andlunch. wood 28, Calif. group as singing, dancing bas
representatives from their lodgesin Tuesday, July 1, Temple Bap-
Phone FR 71379. attendance. tist, Rev. L. A. Thompson, pas I. trips, crafts, ping pong, soft ball.
Ivan Wallace deputy of the story hours, quiet games and
FOR RENT 'i FOR RENT I Bahamas, 19 extending* a warm tor.Wednesday, July 2, Grace swimming. The day is filled with

.. One laundry and dry claming welcome to the Florida Elks to Presbyterian, Rev. James Cul- delightful activity. There are no
OOM for rent at 141 NW 9th It. agency now in opera- I join them in the meeting and mer, pastor. fees for any activities except
ee :Miss Montgomery at apt. 1on tion. enjoy the: famous Bahamas Ihos- Thursday, July 3, Peaceful swimming (the regular pool fee
Located in fast de-
a : of 20 cents). Allow your child to
second floor. Jul 5 pitality. Zion Baptist, Rev. C. P. Preston,
< veloping area. 5994 N.W. An excursion trip on the s.s. pastor./ enjoy six weeks of supervised. '

BEAUTIFUL new 1 (bedroom apt. 22nd ave. Florida, in connection with the Friday, July 4, St. Pad AME pleasurable fun. f

$18 a week. 205 NW 7th st. Cell For additional informationcall Elks. meeting, will leave Miami Rev. F. E. Snead, pastor. The teachers are Mrs. Pauline
iJE 1-7587. NE 5-4760 after 4:30 August 1 and return from Nassau !Monday, July 7, st. James H. Smith, Alonzo Fannin, Mrs.
v August 7. The round trip fare la Baptist, Rev. J. L. Johnson, pas- Willlmae Murray, Danrtlte
6135 NW 12th Ave. Ideal loca- p.m. $39. Reservations are being made Knowles.
tation for medical clinic. PhoneE through North's Travel (Bureau. tor.Tuesday, July 8, St. John
1-7587. Daily Vacation Baptist, Rev. T. Johnson, pastor.
Wednesday, July 9, Mt. SinaiBaptist
ICE FURNISHED: ROOMS. Bible Schoolat TERRIFIC VALUES Rev. S. A. Thomas, pas-

ooking privileges, cool porch Mt. OlivetteThe DuplexNear .
pply Cozy Rosy, 527 NW 5th tor.Thursday, July 10, Mt. Calvary
We., or phone FR 42708.. $7 to 57th Street Baptist, Rev. E. M. Thomas, w
$12. Daily Vacation Bible Small down payment will pastor.
School will open at the Mt. Oli- handle this attractive 1 bedroom i Friday, July 11, Israel Bethel
fURNISHED ROOM in nice vette. Baptist Church, 1450 NW each side dwelling. One side completely I Primitive Baptist, Rev. P. D.
l*lghiborhood. 1027 NW 66th art. First court, Thursday, July furnished. Rented $95.00 Brantley, pastor.
hone PL 7-8692. 3, and continue daily Monday month. Owner anxious. See today The dedication will be! Sunday,
M B **MROOM through Friday, until July 11. $13,500 total. July 13 at 3 p.m. with the Rev.
lVE bungalow with airy The sessions will begin at 9:00: Edward T. GraWam as speaker
rlorida] room, all modern con- and close at 11 ajn. CHECK THUS CBS and the Mt. Zion Baptist Churchas
Children from all churches and .
'eniences, located noar two bus $1,495 Down fuest.
ines at. 3268 NW 46th st. Avail- the community between the ages To all of these services the
of 3 and 16 are invited to attend. Beautiful 2 bedroom, one bath,
is invited. We
ble for Inspection after Monday, I public cordially are
The school will be under the Florida room, and garage. Nice- 1'
to the who h a
une 30. Phone PL 8-4433. grateful Lord a
direction of Mrs. I. C. Mickins. ly landscaped. One EZ payment. given us faith, strength and

o EDROOM Alpt. $16.75 per Miss Miss Valencia Carolyn San Poitier,, secretaryand pianist. LOVELY CORNER 'I courage to finish. the Job. We in- .
eelw in Richmond Heights. Call
The following themes will be $85.00 Month
E 5-4246. Ju19
emphasized during the class per- Eureka Curfew Hercules .
1 and
iod in each $995 Down
department: Nursery,
NtsltED efficiency. Couple. lodgos in Nassau ore host. They
1870 NW 55th Terr. Phone Learning about God's love and Terrific! 2 bedroom, one bath have organized committees for
5-0010. care; (beginners, Learning about home. Detached garage. Near !the complete entertainment of
Jesus; Primary, Jesus our best everything. Only $9,500 total. delegates and visitors.
BEDROOM APT. with stove friend; junior, (Exploring our
Bible; Intermediate, The Bible a LIBERTY CITY
end refrigerator. Bus 24 passe
46th st. Phone living book. Large CBS
2945 NW
FR oar 9-3576. During the activity period thechild.J'en DuplexCompletely For Pick-up and Delivery Service on Prescription
will be able to engagein
the following activities: Music, furnished, 2 bed-
FOR RENT. Phone PLaza
clay modeling, sewing, painting, rooms each side. One side rent- Service Drug Store"PRESCRIPTION
7963 anytime. and other art .and. crafts activi- ed $100 month. $3,000 cash will

m/bedroom (apartment, ties.These handle. EZ payment.
JEW one activities will be adapted Open 9-9 COMPOUNDING SPECIALISTS"
adults.
nfurnished. Large yard
to and for all
groups.
age
hade, 1321 NW 58th terr. The Bible School commence- CALL OR VISIT Sundries Gifts Patent Medicines Greeting Card

ment will be Thursday evening,
N LIBERTY furnished CITY.' apartment.Adults Two bedroom -. July 10 at 6 p.m. and the annual Gold Coast Realty SIDNEY T. COX, R_gl tred Pharmacist

outing at 1 p.m. Friday, July 11. 4301 N.W. 2nd AVI.
PL 4-6965, 1235
only, All participating in the 1240 N.W. Third Ave. Phone FRanklin 3.2932
68th terr.ROOM persons PL 4-8508
two above named activities must

IX HOUSE in Liberty enroll in the Bible School

tity. Call Emma Rivers, PL
-1137 1NE 52705.
or

k BEDROOM CBS house, fur- Income Property4unit For Sale By SummonsTen

i9hed. 14681 Tyler St., Richmond

bt eights.FR 9-2059 Call FR(home 9-1235) Mrs.(office Wil) CBS, 42% net, $14,600 total price room. house with four cottages

liams. JyiD

**MMIII $4,000 DOWNFour completely .furnished, 520 N.W. 7th St.
\DULTS ONLY. New large onerdroom

apartments. .Quifflean furnished apartments in a well-built CBS build For this Special
shower bathroom/ doon in the fifties. Shows net In-
f>n closets, residential neighbor- ing east of 17th Ave. a
Jiood. 6511 NW 12th ave. Phone come after all expenses and mortgage payment of Call SUMMONS

rom 7 a.m. to 10 pjn. including $135 a month. Phones HI 4-2448 HI 6-0173
aturday and Sunday, JH 4-3673

r HI 5-2607.dr CHELSEA REALTY, RealtorPL

FOR SALE 4-4685 or WI 52306JAMES'
rr' r';" .
BEDROOMAPARTMENTS
MODERN ONE
. JERATORS, washers, TV .-
knd ranges: !Best payment 1>l n
vtowto.. Call PI 7-7767. Aikfor
alph. Jun28

ROCERY and Sundry businesor
sale, 6400 NW 15th ave. NE STOVE REFRIGERATOR & WATER FURNISHED

-6488.

CE CORNER lot in Ft. Laud 5 & lOc STORE $17.00 Per Week

dale, 3rd addition of Washing-
rm Park. Terms can be arrang- 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 834 N.W. 70th Street Phone PL 4-3529

Phones FR 1-5242 or PL
-7113.
Jjrl2IN


school HOLLYWOOD Call PL 1-2843.next We are on VACATION TOur Daughter Elks of Liberty Temple

( first vacation in 10 years)
INVITE YOU TO A


Will reopen on Monday July 14 FOURTH OF JULY COTTON '

1 I DRESS BREAKFAST DANCE

SECOND AND Have a happy vacation tool! .
I I July 4, 12t01 a.m.
FIRST MORTGAGES

Eddy, Sylvia, Lillian, Barbara and Rebecca I Elks Rest, 6525 N.W. 18th Ave.' : ,' /


prizes for the prettiest cotton dresses .

YI TO YOUR? RQUEST s-f: Table Reservations at Elks Rest .

DONATION $1.00 MUSIC REFRESHMNETSHILD
See you on Monday July 14


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TMNlffr W fEYAN TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.

Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor L. A. Thompson, pastor
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter
Sunday School................. 9 LID (Because of the Inclement
Morning worship .................. 11:00: weather the contest /between the
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m Sunday Schools of St. !Mary and .
Temple 'hats been postponed to

BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. Friday (tonight). You are invit

to Cfiurd Emily Bethel, chairman of ed.All the men of the church are 1

me the Baha'i Assembly of Miami urged to be present Saturday at F
will lead the discussion on 7:30: pjm to further plans for
"Basic !Facts" 7:45: p.m. Sunday, Men's Day which is the fourth
June 29 at the Bahal. Center, Sunday in July. Chairman Deacon 1 f
137 NW llth ave. All races and I A. J. Hanna and co-chairman 1 :
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i
MATTHEW BAPTIST faiths are cordially :Invited to at- Bro. Chas. Ambrose have big .
ST. 1
I ideas, but it takes the coopera- 1 .

THE MIAMI TIMES-1 Tie Peoples' Newspaper" Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor tend.ST. I tion of every man to translate '(

Rev. J. E. Monroe, reporter FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. them into action.
PAGE 14 I;SATURDAY, JUNE .28, 1958 Brother T. Bonivy returned r
This is what you have !been 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. home after spending seven weeks t.
waiting for. Yes, :this Is it. Sun- Phone FR 9-1424 at Mt. Sinai Hospital where he r

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST ST. JAMES BAPTIST day at 8 pjn. sharp we are MASSTS underwent surgery. Pray for his [

having the greatest songfest that Daily................................... 8 ajn. speedy recovery. ac
1571 N.W. 68th Terr. 323 N.W. 14th St. Miami has ever !known. This will Sunday ............ 7 a.m. & 8:30: s.an.
Rev. G. Jones, 'pastor Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor be singing at its best, sponsoredby SALTERS CHAPEL AME tn

Sunday School........... 9:45: a.m. Sunday Services the No. 1 and No. 2 choirs ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.
Morning worship .................. 11:00: Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m. with other groups affiliating.This Rev. J. S. Blake, pastor t
Evening worship ...............-... 7:30 Morning Worship ........ 11:00 ajn is one Sunday you don't O. W. Foster, pastorA. Ruth Twiggs, reporter "
BTU ...........................*... 5:30: pjn. have to wonder where to go. Just L. Johnson, reorterIn t
St. Matthew AME Zion Evening Worship ...-....... 7:30: p.m. I come to St. Matthew early and I will praise thee, 0 Lord, with
Visitors always welcome unity Sunay School was my whole heart. I will show
avoid the rush. If don't like
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. you called to order at 9:45: a.m A forth all thy marvelous works. \
soul-stirring singing don't
Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor CORINTH BAPTISTMeets come. very Interesting' lesson was Sunday School began at the (
if do this is
Sunday School............... 9:45: ajn Bct you one youcan't taught and enjoyed. The devo- usual hour with Sister Agnes t
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. every 2nd and 4th Sundayat miss. We are not chargingany tional service was spirituallyhigh Davis in'charge and all teacher tat
Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist admission Just come in and throughout. the day. Rev. A. their posts. At 11 a.m. Love t
Church. take a seat. If the Holy Spirit M. Griffin was in charge all day. Feast was administered by the (

FIRST UNITARIAN Sunday School....................... 9:30 move on the altar of your heart, Shiloh's No. 1 choir rendered pastor after which we went into t
Morning worship ............... 11:30 just go on and shout. We want tc music for the morning service. a testimonial meeting, giving '
, "Segregation's Last Stand" will Evening Service ................. 7:30 prove to you that St. Matthew is Antioch's !No. 2 ushers served 1
be the sermon topic of the Rev. Rev. W. T.! Thomas, pastor,,I the home of the sweetest music I throughout the day. I ex-I '
, Glenn O. Canfield, minister of I gospel preacher and successful this side of heaven. Sunday morning Rev. Griffin 1
the First Unitarian Church, Dix i pastor. You name request and it spoke on the theme, "Who ACE Leagne met at 5:30: p.m. .
your After
I which, the 7 devotionthe
, ie Highway at SW 29th road on I will be sung by one of the groups Touched My Clothes?" taken pastor preached p.m.a inspiring -
Sunday, June 29, 11 ajn. THE INCARNATIONFr. We are sure we will make you from St. Mark 5:30.: sermon from St.very John
:Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Holt, At 3 the Deaconesses'
p.m.
E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar happy. The famous Echoes of 8:32:: : "You shall know the truth,
be !hosts to Community
will Union had a hallelujah time. The
Zion will render music both 1
the truth shall make
I Group No. 6 at their home, 1100 Veronica Q'nrry, reporter morning and evening. Don't talk BTU met at 5:30: and had a live- free.and you 1

SW 82nd court, on Sunday, June SUNDAY about preaching, because if we ly group discussion on "Christ, We are glad to have the following -
29, 3 [p.m.GRACE. Church School and Adult can't make you happy, then you The (Head of the Church." students return from col-

Bible Class ................ 9:30: a.m are dead; and if you are dead we Antioch's No. 2 choir led the lege: Miss Clara Alexander who
PRESBYTERIAN will wake song service at 7 p.m. Rev. Griffin -
Solemn Sung Mass and you up Is serving as our pianist; Miss

e Rev. James Culmer, pastor Sermon ...........-....... 11:00: a.m. preached another wonderful Willie Mae Alexander, John
from) St. John 15:1
sermon : ;
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME
Eddie Edwards, clerk Episcopal YoungChurchmen Blake, Charlie Wright.
Vine.
Sunday School...........N.. 9:30: a.na ................ 5:30: pjn. theme, "The True closedour Come and worship with us.
Morning worship .................. 11:00: Solemn Evensong and Richmond Heights Last Friday night we You are always welcome.
Rev. Albert Jones successful revival meet-
Westminister Fellowship ....6 p.m. Sermon ..................... 7:30 pjn. pastor very
TUESDAY Wilma M. Harris, reporter ing. Thanks to our many friends ST. MATTHEW FREEWILLRev.
and Rev. W. C. Edcar. We have
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Acolyte Practice .................... 6 p.m Sunday was a /busy but
eight for baptism on Sunday : J. B. Woodley, pastor
I WEDNESDAY very eijoyable day at our church. morning at 9 o'clock at the
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Low Mass ..............?....... 6:30: a.m Sunday School] began promptly at church !pool with Pastor Foster Nathaniel Thomas, reporter

Claudia Wilson, reporterWe Evensong, Meditation and 9:30: and though we are young In presiding. You are welcome to Sunday at 9:45: : a.m. we hays a

were blessed to have an- Confirmation Instruction years we are large at heart. worship with us at this service. wonderful Sunday School. Come
other wonderful time throughoutthe for Adults .................... 8 p.m I Visit the side and shut-in mem- out end bring the children
At the
morning worship
our
day Sunday. We !have a fine THURSDAYSt. bers. Morning service at 11:33: am.
Sunday School lesson1.! Our morn- Mary's ChoirRehearsal Scripture lesson was' taken :from Were you out on Sunday? If you

s ing message, was delivered by a ............... 5:30: p.m. the Gospel. Our of pastor St. John also, the took 3rddhSIP1cr. I ST. MARY'S W. M. were not you missed anothertreat
visitor, Rev C. C. Sugg of Ark- FRIDAYSt. Rev. Woodley talked about
Cecelia's Choir Guild his text from said chapter. His Mrs. S. Dawklns, reporterRev "
ansas. Text, St. !Matthews' 82, "Victory. At 3 p.m. the whns'
"Where 1 Jesus." Rehearsal..............*... 8 p.m. theme was "Lift Christ up And E. A. Culmer, pastor board had a party at the homeof
Note: Masses on All Saint and Ho Will Draw all Men Unto the pastor. It was wonderful.At .

The ,evening message was de- Holy Days ........,...,............... 6 ajn Him." Sunday School began at 930
;. livered by our moderator of the a.m. with Helen Trotman in 7:30: p.m. the prayer meet-
Seaboard Baptist Association, the GREATER NEW BETHELMrs. At 4:00: o'clock the Rev. S. A. charge and the teachers at their ing was led by Deacon Jenkins,
Rev. W. H. Edwards. Text. St. Cousin of Greater Bethel AME posts. The lesion way reviewedby and No. 1 choir sang. The
Matthews 29:18: "All Power." R. Conley, clerk Church of Miami, his choir, his the pastor. Lord's Supper was administeredby
Both messages were delivered Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor charming wife and members of Services began at 11 ajn. with the pastor. He sPoke on the
with power and left a thought on his congregation came down to the .pastor :in charge. 'He presented subject, "It Happened on That
our hearts. Sunday School was opened at worship with us, and to help us the Rev. 'H. V. Stuart who Day."
9:30: ajn. with Supt. Deacon B. in this great task we are trying brought us a wonderful sermon
a At 5:30: p.m. we had a fine BTU King presiding. "Who Are The to accomplish. Words cannot. express on the subject, "Prayer Changes
program The No. 1 choir rendered Strong" was the topic taught to our gratitude. Things. He was at his best and .
the morning music and the I nine classes. Class No. 8 received the message was enjoyed by If J
; No. 2 choir rendered the evening the offering banner, while No. On Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. everyone. Two members joinedthe
music. The No. 1 ushers board 4 received the attendance ban- our regular class meeting was Christian family. Choir No.
and the junior ushers were in ner. The pastor high pointed the held. Dinners are being sold 1 furnished music with their organist -
charge of the day's services. lesson to a total of 165 pupils.A every Saturday. Contact any Mrs. G. McFord, and No.
We were grateful ,to have our picnic on the Virginia Key member of the usher board, and 2 ushers served. .
t many friends and visitors pres- Beach was enjoyed immensely place your order now and help The 7:30: p.m. devotion wa< led
ent in our midst. by more than a hundred Sunday support your church building by the pastor. He preached from

School children and a few adults fund. the Acts of the Apostles 9:6,
I Ml. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Saturday, June 21. The school "The Supreme Question. He
plans another trip before the preached out of his soul end
E, M. Thomas, pastor opening of school. BETHANY S. D. A. I everyone was blasted. No. 2 choir Iy
Oretha Holder reporter

Lor d Deacons Reed and Walker Elder C B. Rock, pastor furnished Mrs.music U. Iflggs with, and their/No.organist -1
0 give thanks unto the conducted morning hymn Mrs. G. Evelyn Tynes, reporter WITH ;
( for He Is (good, His mercy en- service. i ushers served.
dureth forever. In carrying out The serving auxiliaries were ,Wherefore seeing we also are Due to the weather on Sunday (
Kane
this passage of the Scriptures the usher board No.3, senior choir compassed about. with so great a I afternoon our contest with
'I services at .our church began with No. 2 and Junior choir No. 2 cloud of witnesses, let us lay I Temple Sunday School was postponed -

the Sunday School at 9:45: with Our associated minister, Rev.C. aside every weight, and the sin I to Friday (tonight). The
the superintndenat In charge.At McClary delivered the mes- which ;o easily beset us, and let I, public is cordially invited. ICiI
with the Sunday at 2 p.m. buses will be
revealed us run patience race up
sage as to him
from the
11 a.m. devotional services 8th chapter' of St. John that is set before us. Heb. .121. leaving the church, 1609 NW 5th
were conducted by Deacon Smith 58th and the court for Delray Beach. The pas- COMMUNITY DRUGS
with soul-stirring prayers and verse. His "subject was If you were not present on last tor is asking all of the membersto
up-lifting hymns. Music for the Chrlst In Eternity. Sabbath, you missed a most time- come and go. 6760 N.W. 15th Are.

morning was rendered by the No. Deacons Harris and Sample ly and inspiring message, "Who
1 choir. The message was deliv- conducted evening hymn service. Will Endure The Racewhich
LIVE AT THE BEAUTIFUL
ered by the pastor, found in The serving auxiliaries were the was presented by Elder James
Proverbs 11:18: "A Gracious senior choir No. 1, usher board'I Edgecombe of Washington.Elder .
.' Woman. The message was well No.1 and the Deaconess' Boards.
stated that
Edgecombe Booker Terrace Motel
delivered and received by all
'1: present.At We were very honored to have God is not interested in the man
I as our guest speaker, the associate who starts a race, for anyone can
I 7 pm. devotional services I minister of New Hope start, but he who finishes the
were conducted by the Deacons. Baptist Church in Liberty City, race will win the reward, the reward A few permanent rooms availableFor
Music for the night was renderedby Rev. Buyea. His message was in this case being a "Crownof
the No. 2 choir. The messagewas derived from the 2nd chapter of Life." The (Importance of as low as $18.00 per week

delivered/ Rev. Stephens, Philliplans and 7th verse. His keeping one's eyes on the goal
our'' assistant pastor, found in St. subject was "A Servant." was also stresser, for the momentwe Kitchenettes only $22.50 per week
John 3:16, "For God eo Loved deviate, speed is lost.
The World That He Gave His After service 12 new believersIn
This was indeed an INCOMING TELEPHONE
Only Begotten Son That Who- Christ, who were committed message
Believeth in, Him (shall Into the ways of His righteousness Inspiration to everyone who CALLS
soever
heard it.Sabbath. P R E E
not Perish But Have Everlasting during our recent revival, ELECTRICITY, GAS
Life." were baptized by the pastor. June 28 is the 13th USE OF SWIMMING
Our future church social will
Sabbath; every member should POOL
j In our prayers let us remem- be a, musical program Sunday be presented prepared to eupport
'ber the sick and those In need June 29 at 3 pjn. featuring the the mission program. Air conditioning available for small extra charge
of spiritual guidance. Visitors are outstanding voices of the Spiri-
acknowledged at our church al- tualairs, Heavenly Stars, Voicesof Let us remember the s i c k NEwton 5-2581 4200 N.W. 27th Ave.
ways. Come and worship with us the Triumphs, Southern Tones among us; Let us visit and assist
next Sunday, and many others. them in any way we can.




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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"


SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1958 PAGE 15 NEW

l & PHONE NUMBER

BY ELUOTT J. PIEZE ....................NN.NNNNN.NH.N.NN.NNN.N.NNN.N..MN..NM.N..NMNNNGood FR 9.6779



HOLD-UP ANDROBBERIES will be again ,presented at-the Morning JudgeNews NORTH

IN HIGH GEAR Modern Theatre on this Satur- TRAVEL BUREAU

day night, June 28 at a special From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court
The worst wave of hold-nips' midnight show. Curtain time, 12 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
and armed robberies in the his- midnight.If JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, PresidingBy

tory of the Miami area is now Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer

less In "high authority gear,"than according Miami's to Police no- the first you saw time"Swapping that it Wives played," __.nn......._..n.._.._._...N.N..N N...N.N....hon......u.u.,..._.._.__.._._._......................................

Chief Walter E. Headley. here, you'll want to see it again. Despite the fact that a total of, (Robert
If you did not see it, then be Bailey, charged with NEED MONEY
Chief Headley attributes a large sure to see it this time. It's the 14 prisoners broke out of, and disorderly conduct, fined $25 or
percentage of the recent hold- type of play that you'll have to escaped from the local police 10 days. x Then Hurry to The
and robberies to the current
ups see in order !believe precinct Jail Sunday night, exactly -
recession. (Because of the large o your eyes. 90 cases were listed for trial Roosevelt Jenkins, charged Jamaica Candle ShopAt

nuim/ber, / of men and women who The play Is definitely not for on the docket of the municipal with assault and battery on Geor-

are unemployed, because of tho children, (therefore [persons under I court Monday, June 23. The escape gia Mae Jenkins, fined $50 or 20 6664 N.W. 15th Ave.
continued high cost of living and 16 years. will positively not prisoners certainly did not days.
because many men and womenare be admitted. Admission Is 93 lessen the crowd of spectatorsthat Where hundreds are being helped
unable to make ends meet, cents, and tickets are now on Jammed the courtroom most Mack and Person, charged with assault weekly from the Jamaica BlessedOil
the wave of burglaries has takena sale at the Modern Theatre and of the day. Shuler battery on Rebecca and the Mystery dream seal
definite upturn during the fined $50 or 20 days. JAMAICA SAM, Prop.
past the downtown office .''of the Mljml .
few months, in the Miami area. Times. The doors will open Quite alarming was the case of Tommie Glllyard, charged with Come write or Call
Louis E. Fletcher, a 35-year old PL 8-13S4 Today
for this
Miami's ,Police Department, 11:30.: It special l I. advisable midnight that show at man of 6722 NW 10th ave., who petty larceny ($7.00 the property Indf
which .hi ,one of the finest In the ticket In advance you get was charged with assault with a of Bertha Brown) continued to,
your ,
get to the
country, ts doing all that it can theatre on this Saturday mid. gun on his wife, Mrs. Ronezer Wednesday, June 29.
to ,curb the wave, capture the night. You can't afford to missIt. Fletcher The Incident occurred
guilty parties and bring them all about 10:15: Saturday night at

to justice. But It's simply a case the home where the Fletcherslive. ... Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted,
of some 700 police officers. tryingto .
with than Royal 20's GetConvention Guaranteed ............................',,'.. $4.75
cope more 300,000
Officer R. D. Kirkland, who
people. It's humajnly. Impossiblefor ReportThe was the arresting officer, told !t Late Records ....'"'................ 4 for $1.00
the //police to cover. Such a
court that he received
a call to
large number of people, even go to the Fletchers home, inci- Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radio
Royal Twenties
though they are good police and Women '
dent to a gun being brandished. Guaranteed Watches from $8.95
Club held its meeting at the home ...." "
are doing an over-all good Job. a
Upon arrival Kirkland said Mrs.
of Mr and Mrs J. McDonald on
Then, what is the solution to June 22, at 5:15 p.m. Highlight Fletcher told him that her husband 4 DAVID JEWELERS

thi alarming problem? Miami of the meeting was the reports; had been threatening her xj ,r 4, 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522
needs more police officers to from the State Federated Wo- with a gun, a .38 revolverandhad
handle thin situation. More foot' men's Convention, which con- actually pointed the gun at
patrolmen, special prowl cars, vened last week in Ft. Laude her. Mrs. Fletcher declared that
regular patrol cars, and a larger: dale. Our delegate brought to the' she was afraid of her husbandand
staff at the local precinct, alert- club fine reports from the meet. wanted him arrested for her OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
own safety.
ed and ready for any, emergency Mrs. Adabell Dunn presented i
around the clock, will .igo a long Mrs. Myrtle Davis with a gift of Mrs. Fletcher also told the court SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
way toward solving this current that her husband had threatened -
appreciation from the Royal 20's.The .I
wave of burglaries. The problem: presentation was made dur- her several times before with( PSYCHIC READER
is here, and there's no need hid- ing the state meeting Special on I the gun and had frightened hex
ing from it. Let's face it SQuarely. the agenda for discussion is "a so that she was emotionally upset M 1 1,
How about some more police poor man's dinner," to be givenon and nervous to the extent
fi tI
officers, Miami City Commis- July 12, More about this next that she was forced to be treat- 5E
sioners Miami certainly needs week. ed by a doctor.

them NOWI! In his defense, Fletcher denied
At the close of the meetingMrs. pointing the gun at his wife, but
A LIFE FOR A LIFE McDonald served a delightful he could not satisfactorily explain -
repast which was enjoyed away the charge that he
Another and even more certain Thanks is extended to Mr. and threatened her. The Fletchers'
deterrent to crime waves such as Mrs. J. McDonald, host and hos- small and daughter in
son were
the one which Miami Is exper- tess, for a wonderful evening. and both
court Monday morning,
iencing at the time is the
present
AdabeU Dunn, president said that their father did have
age old "life for a life." Gladys Thurston, reporter the gun.

If every person obviously Officer Kirkland said after he
guilty of first degree murder is arrested Fletcher, the daughter
sentenced to die in the electric ELNORASUNDRIES showed him where Fletcher had

chair, regarless of the victim In hidden the gun.

the case, there undoubtedlywould
Following a stern warning to
be much less murders in Fletcher, Judge Johnson found Let my years. of Experience guide and protect you through Life
Headquarters for your
this ''and other communities. Too
as a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
murderers the MIAMI TIMES If you live out him guilty and fined him $250
many walking
are Brownsvllls or 60 days in Jail. However, the
streets virtually free today, while AND MEN'S wayWOMEN'S HOSE Judge suspended the fine on a WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME

too light many sentences.others ,get off with WE SERVE day to day basis for a period of For Success in Business And Love

one year. If at any time duringthe
CONSULT HER
-
There must be come real fear Foremost Ice Cream next year, Fletcher shouldbe
developed In the minds of all arrested' again for threateninghis You can now have your home made happy
persons, to the effect that If he Phone NE 4-9441 wife and children, he'll haveto Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

take the life of another, his life 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.J pay the fine and serve an ad- Don't Stay in the rut get out now

will be taken from him, before dittional 60 day in Jail: By the help of God she can help you

any appreciable solution will be FINCHER, Mgr. other cases heard and
Among
arrived at In 'this ,problem of indf disposed of were the following Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
wanton >murders.. And the best I troubleIt

persons who. .can. develop' ,such .a
Tear, are the Judges on the bench, will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
the jurors In the box, and the I
prosecuting attorney If theyall Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too ear

would Join In with ;serious be touched by this strange mysterious power

determination that person found WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
guilty 'of murder. In the first degree
would be sent /Ito the electric same God who delivered Moeee and the children of Israel

chair to spay for their crime of old le still' alive today and will open a way for you throughthe

with their lives, there would be A t r troubled seas of life. Let not him that la blind lead you or

fewer and fewer murders In this you stumble with him.
and other communities, and soon

the number would be nil. Do you doubt the existence, of things because you cannot see

The man who murdered Joe them
Deck, the Chinese owner of Joe's What do you think of the 'Invisible' waves and sounds that make

Grocery, 1900 NW 5th court on Wireless' Telephone, Radio and Television' possible

Monday nurrtber of morning other, recent as well murderer as a- nt- A eeed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark

should get the chair. It's the v xI. earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"
l
only way that the problem will Therefore "
acquaint you
be 1'r r
solved and murders will be U
self with the one who an '
reduced. A life for a life. I., a ,
authority. Whose private ,
"SWAPPING WIVES" AT consultation will evolve 'I
,
you
MODERN THEATRE Pictured are three patrol officers !- trol unit Is equipped with s 2- rh r ,
of mind.
to a higher state _
service plus 3 unmarked -
SATURDAY marked car
_
the O. T. Kennedy
representing cars for secret detail. A
Robert earl Sawyer's sensa Detective Agency, operators respirator-equipped auto for accidental All Information U _

tional play, "Swapping Wives", of the K-9 Patrol. The service Is emergencies will be

a widely-known organization available In a few days to aug- Strictly Confidential ,

Non.Surgical Treatment I with headquarters at 1654 NW ment the radio-dispatched Just recently car a Office hours: 0 a.m.-8 p.m. d
In use.
already s
Hernia Piles 19th St. Working out of t h ecompany's group of teen-age youngsterswere Sunday 10 ajn. to 1 p.m. t
tub-office at the Red K-9
(Rupture. ) (Hemorrhoids) apprehended by the Don't Write-Call in Person
DR. Wing Grocery, 2200 West Bunche Patrol and reprimanded for r
LONG'S CLINIC Park Drive, Lt. James Wright, swimming In the area' treacherous DAILY READING. $1.00 UP
general, health service: canal waters; their parentswere
t I Robert Griffin and Cpl
21 L lll. 13th Av. Sgt. Johnakln are in direct sought an warned. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
"hone FR t-2748 Thelbert There will be free movies ai
patrol of the Opa Lodu area. Terr. In the Opa
1734 NW 102nd MADAM HUNTER
Add Life to Years. With 14 years of service to the Locks Center on Saturday evenIng -
and Years to Life the B. T. Kennedy at 7 o'clock plus a big Fish
community, 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miamiethzt&b L
REDUCESpecial Barbecue. Sgt. Griffin
outfit is owned by Chief Kennedy Fry and
direct activities, assisted by
Medication who was a former Miami police will
officers for many years. The p.- his corporal and patrolman. I




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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" HEALTH CLINIC 14th at.The pital for a nurses home. It Is now ,t
new building on the corner a' part of the property, that the i
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1958 MOVES :INTO of '14th ave. and Htb st., will hospital cold to acquire its new .
house the venereal disease and site on 32nd ave. .
NEW QUARTERSThe chest clinic, maternal and child 1,

wN//N/N///.NN//N//M/NN/NN/.NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNIInAround health clinic, the laboratory, epldernlcology - -
county !health clinic mov- and research, guid- "
ed out of its rundown, slum REGISTERTODAY ;
ance center, bureau of vital statistics .
The Bahamas quarters at 1212 NW 1st place on and administrative offices. ,
Thursday and prepared for bus- The old building on first place 11
iness as usual Friday to Its new has been used by the county for
__ By A. H. McKENZIE $600,000 health center at 1385 NW I than 20 .
more Many -----
__._..u._._._._._._._._._.___._._._._._.____._________________._______ ____________.________..............._ years. years
-- --- --------------------------n------------ ----------------------- ago it was a private home and ,
Advertise It Pays! ,
Nurse Persls Rodgers, who has will, and the law says that In of the .states In which he has appeared was given to the Christian !Hos- '
served as assistant welfare offi- such a case, the property goes to are Florida, Georgia,
cer to the Bahamas Red Cross the nearest male relative. The New Orleans and, South Carolina. .;
for two years, has been awarded judge had to abide by the law. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. AVENUE REALTYHomes
the Florence Nightingale !Me- Others may learn to see that that Renice !Washington of J20( NW THIRD
morial Scholarship of the Brit- man makes a !will.i'1u 66th st. Mr. Washington Is attending -
ish Red Cross for a Colonial Gammon Theological} and Lots for sale in all :areas of Dade County

nurse. It is an annual postgraduate Seminary In Atlanta. Later in
scholarship which enables- = the fall he will return to Gammon Reasonably priced 'LISTINGS WANTED
1 1a 1ads
her to study for one year in to continue his studies toward FR 4-3297
England. Nurse Rodgers will the B. D. degree. For demonstrations 742 NW! 3rd Ave. Phone !
leave for England In August. of the Audio Speaking
-
and Singing' Library, call S. Hutcheson, Jr.,_ Registered Real Estate Broker
PL 44371.Cuior .
James Sands, son. of the Rev.
," ... _ .. . .
Talmadge Sands, pastor of Zion " =="" ---- --- -- ----
Baptist Church, and Mrs. Sands
received the bachelor of science t

degree the University in Medical of Technology Indiana on at Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From I i'

June 9. His parents went to attend a
e the graduating exercises.

Commissioner R ; VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 71645WHY
Oulmer of
Arthur's Town, Cat Island, has;
, reported that settlement had the 1
1 worst flood in Its history on June '
10. Heavy rains destroyed the I
' farms, <(and< also food and cloth- a
ing In homes in low places. Some
houses had water two to five feet
deep.


In a House of Assembly 4.rW.....AweWILLIAM -.-.-..........
1
,
on June 6, a bid by Cyril Stevenson -
, for $14,000 to relieve a critical WASHINGTON !
economic condition< at South Today, the American home Is
I Andrew was defeated !by a vote of the ,battleground of the centur-
8-5. In the same session $28,000 ies. It therefore behooves thoseof
I was voted to feed land provide us who :believe In the Chris- A1T P
medical attention for race horses tian 'way of life to extend the Influences ;. 1 FA
registered for the 1958 season. of the Church right into g
Verbal sparks flew, like mad! our home, dally. 1'
/This Is Just what the 'Home 11
The Rev. Augustus C. Roger, Coordination Program' of the
priest In change of the Episcopal Southeastern Audio Library Co.
Church at Arkansas and Oklahoma Inc. does for the igeneral public.It .
was given a Testimonialfrom gives 750 minutes of playing
the Conference of Church time on records to the general
Workers, in appreciation of his public through 224 favorite r i 4
47 years in the service In the hymns sung by the nations. leading -
church in the U.s.A. Father Ro- Christian artists. These artists -
ger Is a native of the Bahamas.He were is lecjted because of
attended the public school at their deep and profound convic- PAY RENT ? I
Sandiland Village under the late tions. ,The organizer of this pro-
.; James M. Reeves. gram had three things In mind
when (preparing It for the pub- =
!Richard Barr, 23, of MangroveCay lic: CBS
OPA LOCKA .
HANDYMAN'S
SPECIAL
Andros !who
Injured
was
1. To meet the needs of busy
when 'an explosion damaged the
people In a ,busy
vessel "Sail Fish" June age.
motor
on Only $295 Down
2. To help reduce the tensionof
12 at Prince George's Dock, diedat people.
Princess Margaret Hospital on 3. To of mind.
bring
June 14.Mrs. To do this, Christian peace artists of FOR THIS 2-BEDROOM CBS HOME-NEEDS A LITTLE PAINTING

Christian. character were selected -
Estella Ann Taylor, 74, to do the Job. PRICE $6,295 TOTAL-$16.50 WEEK iPAYS/ ALL. WE DO NOT GET

died at the home of !her daughter, !With this selection also comes MANY LIKE THIS VERY OFTEN-HURRY
Mrs. Miriam Weir, West Street, Selected Readings from the Old !I'II
on June 16. She is survived by and New Testaments In volumeone I
five children: Mrs. Weir, Mrs. and a second volume of the --- ----
Lucille Rodenwalk and Mrs. Mil Life of Christ, reading chronologically NEW CBS NO. MIAMI BEACH ONLY $995 DOWN I
dred Brown of Nassolu; (Alfred from His birth to the New CBS 3-Bedrooms
I Taylor of New York, Mrs. James Ascension. Altogether, there is a'II JUST $395 DOWN I'
Nelson of Hollywood, Fla., and 18' sum total of four consecrated Liberty City. Just finished. Close
grandchildren."I volumes for the upbuilding of I 3 bedroom, nice size Jiving room, .to everything. We have key to
I the kingdom of God and we believe dining room, all ,modern kitchen, show inside. Priced low. Near NW
; worked hard for the place, they will add untold blessings and bathroom large closets
r utility 17th Ave Why rent?
pay
I That ,
but am willing to leave. to you and your loved ones Close Burdine's !
is what Lean Russell told the William Washington, a lead- room. to Shopping .
court on June 16, when she was ing tenor solist who has dedicated Center. 50 x 100. Lot size. Only 1
compelled to leave her home by his talents to the Lord, has left. Liberty City Units/ CBS :
order of the court. Her husband sung concerts at some of our See us for a {real good piece of in.,
I died some years ago without a major cities in the South. Some come property. Close to N.W. 62nd t. r.

-Y-- ONLY $495 DOWN St. Near N.W. 17th Ave; Owner

J For this 2 bedroom: home. Lot size leaving for California. (Otherwise

i TV SICK ? 50x130. City ,water. Has separate, would never sell. 3 :years old.

,' living room, 'dining room, kitchen
and front CBS large porch. Coulduse
I $995 DOWN
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. for extra (sleeping room. See CBS FurnishedFor
1372 N.W. 77th St. We have key.
SAME DAY SERVICE this completely furnished CBS
home. N.W.' 60th St. New area,

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS $15 .PER WEEK PAYS ALL $17.50 week pays all. One mort

gage to pay to )owner. Hurry!II!
Picture Tube For this 2 :bedroom CBS home. See
Special 1520 NW '55th (St. Has separate

,1\ 17.inch--$22.9S 21.inch--$29.9S. living room. Dining room, kitchen, $995 DOWN
\,, jalousied front porch, hardwood For this 2 bedroom, completely

0 floors, city water, total price furnished home. Nicely landscaped. -
$9,650 includes stove and ,refrig City water.
LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN Why pay rent?
erator. :Need $3,000 down. Nice See 1415 NW 59th St. Then see us
Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 area Hurry. for key. '

RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it in for quick service

FAIR REALTYWe

Vets Radio & TV Co. I-d'
1 : : sure open.every.dajr,9;: '.9 p.m. .Including Sundays .

: . 3rcl 62nd Street; ;' Phone PL 7-1645

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