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Title: Miami Times
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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: July 5, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00605
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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ALA. CANNOT !Four local NAACP officials go
before Judge: Ray Pearson at 10
FORCE NAACP o'clock Thursday morning to
Florida Launch
f' TO SHOW Longshoremen show cause why: they should not
be held in contempt of the Fla.
RECORDSThe Legislature investigating com
t .
mittee. I
I U. 8. Supreme Court I ruled $300,000 Welfare Plan (Mrs. Veitaell Albury, (Mrs.
,_ Monday that a state cannot 'Ruth Perry, Atty. G. E. Graves
force the! ,'National Association for and the Rev, Theodore R., Gibson -
the Advancement of Colored Officials of the International and sick benefits and hospitalxation. !- the Provident Life and Accident along with 11 others who
People to' produce its membership Langshorem Association of Insurancee Co. There are no exclusions refused to either testify or honor -
lists.Monday's. Southeast Florida Ports put, into Each member is Insured for (because of age or physical the committee's subpena.
I ruling came in an effect on Tuesday a liberal wel- $3,000 and has sick benefits up condition. The committee has complained -
: Alabama cafe in which the Supreme fare, plan to include all men who to 30 weeks and hospital bene- The plan came about through that the NAACP failed to
I 4 Court aet aside a $100,000 have worked at least 800 hoursin fits up to ,70 days. Provisions are collective bargaining for the turn over its records for scrut
contempt' fine imposed on the the four quarter period! end- also made for surgical ,expense, South Florida Ports. An office iny. Atty. Mark Hawes of Tampa -
I NAACP. for refusing, to, show its ing Sept. 30 1957. X-ray and in-hospital expenses has been opened on Pier 2 in counsel for the investigating
lists. The.association argued pub- Approximately $300,000 was !Miami jointly administered, bya committee said he doubted the
: lie knowledge of the names The plan insures each longshoreman placed in the fund to initiate the board of trustees from' the U., S. Supreme Court ruling '
i-' might lead to reprlrals., and his eligible; dependents plan which is underwritten by union and employers. against Alabama,hi:similar:. case
R? The court held, the lists are (wife and unmarried would ,apply '.Jo thIs._one.'
.' immune from state scrutiny under chllren up to 18 yean), and Includes ---. ------o_:6 The Ur S. high court ruling c v
.aI-' life insurance accident
the 14th' Amendment.
came less than two weeks after
the !Florida Supreme Court
( Bombing Attempt opened the way for continuingthe
hearings by giving the
committee authority to subpena
: I The Rev. F, I Shuttlesworth
(BIRMINGHAM, Ala. A NAACP records.
second attempt to bomb a Integration pastor of the church and ,Birmlnfhamta -
I "So far as I have been able to
leader's church failed leading integration learn," Hawes said. "The court
figure, praised the action of
early Sunday when a volunteer held that Alabama had no good
guard carried a smoking dynamite Miner Will Hall In carrying reason foiv> demanding NAACPmemberthip
I charge ,away :from the away the dynamite as "very cool '' records, and there-
bulling before it went off. and very brave.
fore was not entitled to them.
No one was injured In the "We can prove we have good
blast, which shattered windows reason for' wanting them."
-I I is far as five or ,jx blocks from Will you be among Atty. Robert L. Carter, special
the rcene and chipped plasteroff the 410? counsel for the NAACP from
New York City, is expected to
the walls of the Bethel DBI)-
tit Church, a target for another Drive cite the Alabama decision !in the
dynamiting in December, 1956.Held hearing before Judge Pearson..

First Degree Charged in ,

.11 ,11 !7w A. 'Mnrder: for Ins riidce' Plot

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I MinutethsClaybourne, June 1
Without Bondin
two mon a I

Drowning of ', $10,000 life insurance policy OR k o

SweetheartA : her.Milton Is laid to have purposely -

;, first degree murder rap was driven his car into the
hung on George Milton, 23, I Miami River with Miss Clay-
Tuesday for his part in an alleged bourne, after which he swam
murder-for-insurance con- ashore and left the woman to

spiracy that bears} signs of a drown.
huge and lucrative operation. ;llls mother, Mrs. Lena Milton,
Circuit Judge J. Fritz SOis under $20,500 bond at
', Gordon, let arraignment for Halnes City on charges' of con-
Attractive Bettye Edwards be- Carter, 19 7.68 "Miss FAMU" Wednesday and said Milton spiracy and attempt to murder

:,.., came the second coed of Florida was on the cover of Jet last Decomber. : would be held without bond in Walter Henderron, 43, on whose
A&M University to appear'on the Bettye is the Junior attendant county jail. life she held a $2,500 insurance I

cover of, a national magazine to "Miss FAMU", English The Indictment charges him policy, and Johnny Lee

.f r: photo during appeared the pact on:year a when recent her issue major, and a Delta coror. with drowning his sweetheart, ,,22, for $13,000 life Brown'j

of Two Magazine Charlotte, C. She Is a native Tallahasseean.

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: Will Run on
I Pepper

j (:a5IIhf;: o Probe .--,-. -

''Washington r, A brilliant and

: Seareaation Ticket? talented- ;;:pianist a. newcomer -to

:KlanArmsCachelR'AujM1AiE .,-, ., .. '. the concert field will formally ,v

Will Claude Pepper ride the Pepper called the' U. S.aSu open the first general convocation .1].1of
fI- segregation bandwagon in his preme Court's ruling in the Ala- the Bible Way Church' in the
GOT, LeRoy campaign to defeat U. S. Sen. bama NAACP membership case, Nation's Captial Tuesday, July 8,
Collins called Monday for EDITOR DEFIES Spessard L. Holland in the (November "another invasion of state's
an Investigation by the Sheriffs elections? rights." et 8 p.m.Pearl

"fir Bureau of alleged Ku Klux Klan CROSS BURNERS Pepper was dlfinltely a liberal Pepper speaking in Jacksonville Jones the rising musical -
arms caches in tour Florida said he felt the high court
1 rInformation when he served two terms in the genius of the concert stage, ,
dtks. MYERS "The News- Senate during President Roose had erred in the Alabama ease.He I
of Howard University -
said, in an interview, the is a gradual
administration. In fact
about velt's
arms Press will continue to publish
caches at Jacksonville, Orlando, pictures of Negroes whenever Pepper was one of FDR'a fair- court, "M in many Areas affecting Magna Cum Laude was and earnedthe
Tallahassee and Lakeland were their news value warrants It." haired boys in the New Deal I communism, followed labor the matter of music degree in
other subjects,
brought out lut week by an,undercover was the way a West Coast edi- 1957.
for the FBLdwIng era.Negro of Pepper current trend in Washington of
a agent > tor answered crackpots who ( supporters '
bearings of a legislative-"; burned a cross on his lawn. were caught by surprise on trying to invade many areas This phenomenal pianist h a s
1J! mittee looking into the ........ IL William R. Spear editor of Tuesday when the former liberal I where to exercise the states their authority.have the"right appeared a* a special guest with

'JL. of the Klan in the_ state. the ,Fort_ Myers News-Press; said took a potshot at-the KAACP ,- the famous National Symphony
several an organization near and dew .tc Orchestra 'of Washington D1. c.,
Collins said he was noting deeep- he received anonymous :
)L. 'as a fart ribafegie reports leitert following p (MitchelL She road
.;} of arms and th*>rnite> were pictures of Negroes in his paper Written several successful recently Solo
tJ; 'the other than those connecteed with appear'sneee ,
sound but said he expected
day on Spear's front lawn. The in private recital to sever
crime stories. Thereon ?
Bureau to make an investigation
al of Lot Angeles'
had burned but nobody
action if The charred skeleton of a fire- cross
and sake any necessary Th Voting List? citizens.
found Wednuj saw the fire.
Il arms are found. t foot cross was .5 5 I

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Little Folks Contest

Closes WednesdayBy


application blanks. The party for
The Little Folks Contest spon-
sored anually by the Daughter Past Daughter Ruler Ellen( :: Taylor
Elk of Greateer Miami TempleNo. was very nice. A fitting tribute
to one who has reived.
769 will close on
N was a stack of dollars, donated
July 9 at 7:30: p.m. Sponsors are
by the various daughters includ
hard to see that
ing Dt. Mable Daniels, Dt. Rulerof
off the grand
contestant carry
Liberty Temple No. 724.
bank account -
prize which is always a
raising dollars were presented to her by
.. --- ---......... ._ . .--- the highest and amount sponsors over $200 will Sarah Kemp, who along with Dt.
Barr were guests from Ft. Lauderdale
Bishop H. B. Shaw, who presides over phen AME Zion Church, Rev. James be the given Daughter a round Elks National trip ticket Temple. -

the South Florida Conference, AME Zion Butler shown standing on the left
pastor, vention. There will be many oth- 'Dt. Ruth Hanks has postponedher
Church, shown center rear, is all smilesas rear. The Rev. A. F. Hooper presiding er pr' es to attract the attention trip to New York City and
the cameraman catches this group just The of the Little Folks. Ice cream and will give a party at her homeon
shown the right
is on rear.
after he completed the dedication of a pops will be served hroughout Saturday night, July 5 for
new AME Zion Church in Key West Fla. other persons are officers and membersof the evening.The the !benefit of the Little Folks

The occasion is the dedication of St. Ste- the new chiurch. sponsors are Dt!. Amelia Contest. For a deliciou: dinner
on Saturday call Dr. Olivia
Shavers and Lorraine Sweeting;
Dt. Enid Reese and pinkie Lowe ers. Dt. Madie Smith and Edna

I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" Baseball ScheduleCITY Lily away; Isom Florrine and Brown Beatrice and Dun-Lee Davis Dt. Ida will Fuller serve as dinners.usual will be

rushed with dinner orders
5 1958 Ruth Davis Ida Mae Fuller and as she
PAGE SATURDAY, HULY OF MIAMI Mrs. Earflha; Mae Williams; Ma- can certainly cook. There will be
RECREATION DIVISION things going on for t h
die Smith and Edna Davis; Alice many a
Dean and Florence Seller; Essie ittle Wolks Contest
Mae Brown and iMinnie Brown: Ail co-sponsors are urged to
Ellen Keaton is Bride BASEBALL
Annie Thompson and Carlee have their foance changed int
I Red Sox Scott, Saturday,! Daniels; Faye Witherspoon and I large bills EO as to save time from

July 5, 7:30: p.m. I Fannie Mae Motor; Eliza Donaldson counting change.

of Leroy Pratt Monarch Tigers, Sunday, July and Ruth Hanks. !Exalted Ruler Thomas Rivers

6, 2 p.m. (Grove Park.) Contributing sponsors are Dts. and his cabinet are invited to be
Bertha Lewis, Myrtle Davis) Spero The tellers will
present. be Dts.
By ELLIOTT J. PIEZE Thelma Pettis of 1943 NW 2nd Royals Jets, Sunday, July 6,
Cokine Melissa Baldwin Ar- Llama
Green Mable Daniels
1 directed the wed-
court apt. .
In one of the most elaborate ding. ,,2 p.m.All Stars Hetor Monday, lean Miller, Josie Roberts, Marie Josephine Dunn, and Eliza Bui-
I' -
weddings -witnessed in this com- White, Sibyl Boggis, Zessie Tucker -
July 7, 7:30: I lard.Very
munity in quite some time Mssx Immediately following the I I p.m. Marion Muldrow, Gertrude coon, Greater Miami will
Ellen Keaton daughter of Mrs. ceremony the newlyweds and the Tigers Oub:, Tuesday, July Saunders' Alfreda Scott, Betty have a new columnist, Miss Dorothy
Annie L. Keaton of 1943 NW entire bridal party were lavish- 8, 7:30: pm.Monarch Fisher, Evelyn Robinson, Sarah Mobley. Our sympathy to Dt.
2nd court, apt. 6 beccmj: the ishly entertained at very elabor 1 Raiders, WednesdayJuly Smalley, Florence Durden, Mur- I Emma Boggs, who was called to
bride of Leroy Pratt son: of Mr. ate reception] In their honor heldat 9, 7:30: p.m. iel Culmer, Flossie Robinson and Georgia hurriedly, because of the
Benjamin Pratt of 1739 NW 67th the Fiesta Room of the Mary Estelle Brown. Dt. Marie White, I serious Illness of her mother who
st., and Mrs. Elizabeth Russellof Elizabeth Hotel. A very large Latins Stars Puerto Rico contest chairman, has served notice has somewhat improved.
1333-C NW 5th ave., in marriage crowd attended the marriage and Stars Thursday, July 10, 7:30p.m. : to all contributing sponsors,
ceremonies held Sunday the reception.FlumesSmith. no contributor will turn their
afternoon at Greater Israel money over to the cosponsorsbut
Bethel Primitive Baptist Church will report to the finance
with the Rev. A. J. Reddick I I committee when their name Is
pa-tor of St. James AME Church Nuptials called. She states that this is a
officiating. matter of obedience. Every co-
: rponsor is urged to do her level I
Gorgeously attired In a stunning Miss Gladys Humes, daughterof tained at timely reception In best and not allow the goal to
full length gown -f white Mr. and Mrs. Walter Humesof their honor, held at the home of fall from that of 19 1. The sloganis
embroidered nylon with a short 1631 NW Finrt place, was the bride.A "Raise the! Standard"
Joined in holy matrimony to Mr. large crowd was present at
train, styled with a delicate The temple is glad to welcomeinto
Livingston Smith of Mrs. both the marriage and the reception -
square neckline, cape sleeves and son its fold again Dt. Pleasant
long embroidered gloves to Beatrice Porter of 1822 NW Sec- and extended best wishesto Newton.
Dt. Newton Is an old
match the dress, white pearl ond ave., in a very unique cere- the newly weds.Personal daughter and did much to push
beads, a wafct length veil white mony held Sunday afternoon at Greater Miami ahead.
satin shoes and carrying a beau I St. John Baptist Church with the
What a surprise it was for the
tiful bouquet of carnations and Rev. Thedford Johnson officiat Mention temple when Dt. Selina Lyons ".rklt2'le

orchids the bride was given In ing.The I came in to attend the meeting.
marriage by her uncle, R. C.
bride was attired In a very Her name, if not her face, was
attractive floor length gown of :Mrs. Bulla Sumners of 11540 known. She throughout has been Greater absent Miami I RMteckf Strict..bss MM*....YrI.CMM
bride was attended by a white chantilly lace, with white. NW 68th st.. will leave June 30 seven but ".., .CAM**Act DM.Oft.f...Wait.Ks.
years kept her dues
maid of honor and six charming embroidered slippers with a silver ) by EAL plane for West Chester, up
briesmaids. buts Dorothy Bili- buckle on top, a white elbow Pa., where she will !be the guestof I Dt. Lyons, at one time, added
ingslea, a long-time friend of the length veil and a pair of Mrs. Rosa Everette, a long- many daughters to her temple anda
bride, was maid of honor. white cultured pearl earrings.She time friend. She will !be absent I vote was passed that she be USE OUR CLASSIFIED
Bridesmaids were: Misses carried a pretty bouquet of given Past Daughter Rulers hon
from the city for -weeks..
Yvonne Collins, Annie Mae Rolle, white carnation I ors. Already, she hu called for COLUMNS FOR RE8ULT8I.

Betty Jean Johnson, Sallie Lou
The bride in Miss Marilyn Mitchell, housekeeper
was given mar-
Steven. Joe Ann Pierce and
riare by her father. at the Saxony Hotel of 1
Mrs. Alice Fay Francis. ". The bride was attended by a Nassau, arrived in Miami on a'' For Pick-up and Delivery Service on Prescription

Eugene Roll, a long-time maid of honor and four brides- combined business and vacation I
friend of the bridegroom was the maids. Charming Miss Delores trip. While in Miami, Miss Mitchell

best man. Groomsmen were Chas. Ricks was. maid of honor, and who lives on Wulf R o a d 'I j Service Drug Store.
Singletary, Marnan Wiggins, bridesmaid's were Misses De- is the houseguest of her aunt ) .
Benjamin Pratt Thomas Keaton, lores Smith and Dudean Ridley Mrs. Gladys Pratt of 4945 NW
Steven Rolle and Rodney Rob and Mesdames Delores Maxwell i 23rd ave. in Brownsville. Miss l "PRESCRIPTION COMPOUNDING SPECIALISTS"
erts. and Ida Smith. Mitchell expects to remain In
I I' Miami for about two weeks. I Sundries Gifts Patent Medicine. Greeting Cards
Flower girls were little Diane Charlie Cobb, a life-long
Nunnally, Linda Mitchell Gilda frien of the bridegroom was best- Also visiting from Nassau Is SIDNEY T, COX Registered Pharmacist
Nunnally and Debra Halls. Little man and groomsmen were Willie Mrs. Mary Kemp, who also arrived
Thomas; Mitchell was the ring- O'brien, Alfred Walker, George on Monday on a vacation 1240 N.W. Third Ave. Phone FRanklin 3-2932
bearers. j i Holland and James Johnson. trip. Mrs. Kemp is accompanied
I Four charming little flower by her son, Roy. While in the
Mrs. Leila R. Williams director girls and a ring bearer were also city they are stopping at the
of choral music at Booker T. in the bridal party.A home of Mrs. Kemp's uncle, Mr.
Washington High School presid. Hosea Knowles at 437 NW 11th
ed at the console) of the organ. number of schoolmates of terr. Mrs. Kemp plans to remain Amateur
As the bridesmaids and the the bride from Orlando, Fla. and, in Miami for two weeks. Night
groomsmen marched into the Lake Charles La. and several TUESDAYNassau i
well appointed! church the relatives of the bride from Savannah Mr. Joseph Smith f New York
immortal Wedding March by Ga. and New York City City arrived in Miami on Tues.
Felix Mendol-sohn, was beauti- made special trips to Miami in ;day on his first vidt to the Mag NightTHURSDAY
fully played. As the bride march. order to attend the marria..-e. ic City. Mr. Smith i, the husbandof
ed in escorted by her uncle, the!! Immediately following the Mrs. Muriel Johnson Smith, a
Bridal Chorus from the opera ceremony the newlyweds and well known Miamian. SIR JOHN CLUB _i
Lohengrin was played. Mrs. i i the bridal party were all enter-
-- While in the city Mr. Smith NW 3rd Ave. & 6th St.
will be the houseguest of his
sisters-in-law, Mrs. Doris Walk No Admlnlon No Cover
er and Mrs Marie Johnson both No Minimum Package
STAR MEAT MARKET of Richmond Heights as well as Store Price
a friend of his wife, Mrs. Beatrice
Robinson of Liberty City. Friday Saturday Sunday

1520 N.W. 62nd Street Wally Flitch and the

C-Major Quintette

Vanilla Williams . .
Exotic Dancer
ew.,wnanl wrRr N.unN
M-ww...w. ao M..wr.r.W and starring . .

Fresh Meat. Low Prices Songtress of SavannahYour


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York, N.Y. All federal ny federal benefits, direct or Indirect -
housing aid should be denied im. to iuch builders."
mediately to any builder who The AOLU said it was a, blot
practices racial discrimination in on our national record "that minorities -
I 'fie' sale of housing, the American are still being taxed{ to
!t + Civil Liberties Union told the provide housing funds, the (benefits -
II Federal Housing Administration of which arc not availableto
I t today. Referring to William Le- all citizens equally and impartially
vitt'., plans to build a 15,000 without regard to race."
home Levittown In Burlington
County, N.J., the ACLU declared -
"the threat of the creation, of.

S a new, segregated action by the. r rr
W Administration"! Levitt has publicly *

k' stated: that his new project I .
will be for whites only.

The 'proposal was made in a
letter from Patrick Murphy Ma-

lin, CLU executive director, to
Norman P, Mason, commissioner
The eight lovely Philadelphia of the Federal Housing Administration -

models seen above served as hos- I In Washington, Malin
expressed gratification at Mason's
tesses for general luncheon of I
I recent announcement that the
National NewI-paper Publishers FHA Is prepared to withold any

1H1BL4BSATCHEL Association meeting in the City further mortgage Insurance com- uieut e

of Brotherly Love last week. Leftto mitments for the new Levittown
If it appears that the project Is
right, the beauties are, Jose- In violation of New Jeersey'santi THE SMOOTHER BOURBON

phine Merrill, Mibnie Jackson, discrimination laW, However KMtutky StrilM Bourbon Whiskey (Vn.Old
Bobie Jackson, Gwen Johnson said Malin ft Proof i CAncHnl AH Di U Co, Frankfort,tf?
PAIGE Says never chuckle of anyone who hears it, "it seems to us that
look back or else you might see including me.; North teels it Mae Madrid, Flamingo Models FiHA assistance. should be denied
your sins catching up with like this: "Bert had played hook- and Philaelphia Models Union to any ,builder who discriminates
you-or words to that effect. But ey from school for nine strighl and chief hostess for the occa- in the sale of property, whetheror NEED MONEY
we think Nat "King" Cole has months one term and had sion, Maxine 11111, Dca Hoskins, not such discrimination vio-
the best philosophy in his latest forgotten that school had closed, and Nevader Strong. The charm lates a state law. I Then Hurry to The

.. hit recording of "Looking Back. until one of his caddy buddieS! on ing young women served as hos- '
Nat'a recording gave us the idea the golf course, inquire as to the tesses at pre-luncheon receptionheld "In our opinion," Malin added, Jamaica Candle ShopAt
for this piece of essay. reason he was bringing his booksto by The Moss II. Kendrix Or- "the Federal Housing Authority
We are' a stickler for looking the course for the last two ganization, Washington, D.C. has ample authority now to de- 6664 N.W. 15th Ave.
back and checking on the mis. weeks, to which he replied' man noting its 10th anniversary
takes we have made, even for the I'm playing hookey today' "I! Where hundred are belno helped
last hour, day, week or year, for l6uv 1 weekly' from the Jamaica Blessed'
Although old CCN has helpedour nuaw Oil and the Mystery dream seal
the (Simple reason of correcting
at West Virginia State College.As .
moral standards, he come
them in the future.
"devil" Bill han already
back later and a
right years Come write or Call
We can't, sometimes, remember needles our dignity') Inarnod how operate: the hand fed PL 81304 Today
how to set type and is
one hour from another, much less presses Indf
from day to day but It's, probably But by George, North's the a demon in the sterotype depart-
most. If don't believe it ment.
a quack of nature how you can
just try calling him up at hisNorth's
remember events and escapdes Travel Bureau and j booka Bill, under this training I Is sup- We build according to
from at least six of
years your
to learn that
life until now! passage on a plane, boat to any pore everything we your plans or our
can teach him about printing J. B SMITH
where in this world. I even be- .
Regardless of how
monotonousIt from the "learning the case" to
lieve he would try to get you a No down paymentUse
may seem to our three readers,
job setting make ready for ELECTRICSEKVICE
we like to reminesce on ticket on a sputnik, or book youa and
oui the press, newspaper del i ig nand lot
ride on a California trolll'Y.That's your
life. We
past think that
we are
to of the
makeup operation
the !kind of agency he operates -
the only person !to all these United 1&Rll1l3V'0mV
linotype keyboard. (Bless good
lie has always been very
States Who have three or more Electrical Contractor
have in !
ness we some seniority)
congenial like
"skeleton" in closet whereinthe your
our (vffi(
ticket to front room with-I HOUSEWIRING"Don't
In of his
legal amount is one per per- I our appraisal aptitudeto
out any extra charge, by jingo! learn quickly we think Bill 100% "
son. These skeletons are, as you FinancingNE cuss Call u.
probably know, ar# thJ ss ; 'hmiJtikes Oh by the way, there's a ele- will be a credit to The Miami 5.6171
: : wj made and are shut phantine "moonlight cruise" that Times in years to come and we PHONE NE 5-3058

up in the reces.cs;: of our minds tc; North's Bureau is handling! on I may point to him with pride as we O.n.ral' Building Centreotor Night or Day
be hidden: forever: something August 6 to Nassau on the now do to those former employee
would like to forget and keep you s.s. Florida, luxury cruise ship. and those now in service and say 1121 NW 29th St, Miami
"We trained that boyl"!!
away from even your closest Zillions of you have crossed the
friend. blue Atlantic to the Bahamas by

When we get In a 'looking plane, but you would enjoy the
back mood our first'! thought lounging in a deck chair with LIVE AT THE BEAUTIFUL
dark shades sipping a cocktail,
when made first
rest upon we our MUSICMUSIC
dollar. It was (and I bet you did having a shipbord romance with
your wife, please I Of course if
not know I was a tanner once) Booker Terrace Motel
you are not on speaking terms
on "Mr. Peters" farm down In
i with the beautiful rolling ocean,
Peters Fla. I was a water boy
for the ,tomato picker Wf then North can still see that you
think that began the dynasty: of catch that early morning or late A few permanent rooms availableFor

Bert Cooper The event.! that fol- afternoon flight out. low $18.00 week MUSIC
lowed have led us from the farm as as per
We think this is appropriate in
table through many years of unforget- this column since it is written! Kitchenettes only $22.50 week with Tee Jay
days, a few we have regretted per ,
(hah! What the boys at the barn
and thousands we would
will say) in a matter-of-fact-way: INCOMING TELEPHONE Rockin' Rogers
like to livo over again.
We would like to introduce to
One of the most unforgettable you the latest member of Your CALLS & Louise Griffin
incidents, as simple as It may Miami Times Staff. He's a young ,
seem, was when we wer 14 upstart who didn't know the USE OF SWIMMING .
years old and thought we were ABC' of printing in fact he POOL
grown were trotting down the didn't know his ABC's!
street on 3rd ave with a coupleof He's not William The Con- Air conditioning available for small extra charge There's Music

friend We had charge of the queror nor William The Great,
conversation and to punctuateour he's William Deveaux, better NEwton 5-2581 4200 N.W. 27th Ave. Aplenty . on

debate On some subject whichwe known as "Capt. Bill", etc., etc.
have long forgotten, we were Bill was the helper with the .-

using some unprintable language factory man who put in our cross 1220ON
and in a loud voice. We feeder automatic press. If We remember -
think we liked to hear our voice correctly he was the one
then began it was just beginningto who, under supervision, put in COMMUNITYDRUG
change and sounded like a the first nut In the setting up of YOUR DIAL

man. When from in back of us the prere. In the two weeks thatit ltJJ
a real man's voice chastised us took to assemble the press Bill STORE
with, "I thought more of you was right there inhaling every
than that hnagine you cursing nut, bolt, cog and adjustment.Who .
out that loud. Let me tell you operates the press? Bill, of COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
son suds ;vulgarity doesn't make course!
you a man." That was all he said. Capt. Bill, in our opinion !Is a
From that day ,to this I have pretty nice fellow, amiable, self PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut
never wed any kind of profanity assured a lout and just plain
In public and detest those who dO. loose, because he ain't married! I Rate Drug Free Delivery

That roan wag Charles C. But, seriously, William is a COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE Radio Miami
trainee under the GI Bill and Is''
wont recall this Incident, but believe learning the trade exceptionally ( MORE PLATTER
me. I do! fast. WeU that's not a curpirse. He | Phone PLaza 8-4703 Phone PLaia 8-4704
Speaking about North, he also is no dummy. He finished Dorsey LESS CHATTER

was the same person who started high school, had In hitch in the C. M. JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop ALL DAY LONG!
that fib about my hookey Army in Germany and other I i iN4
lie matriculated -- --
playing day* that still gets a overseas ports.

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JULY 5, <1958 I Beauticians Convention to Set Record .I,

BY ELIOTT J. PIEZE ........_._MN..NININNNM w II .............u 'I''
n Many records are destined tc T
is fall and many new ones established -

Convention'when of the the 39th Nation Annua)] JUST 8ROWS'N'' J:

Beauty Culturists' League, Inc., ;


"The Times Are Charged And We Are Changed With Them" July Cosmetology 28 through meets August in 7 .Miami of this ......INI N..................INNNII..........INNM/NNNgIN1.w.+_._-_........... ,'i i
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Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue Miami Florida-Phone FR 3.2236 INSTITUTE Your Browser learns that Hhe talking about 'flUng suit to force "r
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4.6128 OPEN JULY' 28 Rev. James Hall, vicar of St. the city to pave their street from ',\
The institute will convene at Christopher's Church (Episcopal curb to curb. The potholes and '
entered at Second Class Matter August 9, 1027, at the Poet Office at Booker T. Washington High beginning ) at Fort Lauderdale will be ''standing water, after heavy "
Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876H. Monday, July 28, and transferred to St. Timothv rains keep woukEbe customers I
will run through Saturday, Aug. Church, Daytona Beach and :will away. Incidentally, the Sir John .,
E. 81GISMUND REEVES Editor 2. The institute will in every respect also serve as chaplain for Episcopal hotel finally got action on 6th "
GARTH C. REEVES, Associate Editor and Business Manager prove a very helpful Instructional students at the Bethune- st. between 2nd and 3rd and anew
project not only to Cookman College. J curb to curb pavement is ;
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association the various beauticians attendingbut being put down. ,}
Member of the Associated Negro Press to the general public. Succeeding :Fr. Hall will be the- \:
MEET OPENS AUG. 3 ,| Mrs. Frances Jollivette
Rev. Jarrette C. Atkins who is I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The League will convene on at present priest-in-charge of St. daughter, \iRegina left last week ,,
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.50 THREE MONTHS $1.50 Sunday, A'U'g.' 3 at 3 pm. with a Augustine's Church at St. Peters- for New York City via t.:
public meeting at Bayfront Park 'Eastern Airlines. Mrs. Jollivette ;
bung. Both of these young priests ,
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Auditorium. This occasion, will are well known in Miami. They will attend summer school at 'j I!
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world : also mark the institute's gradua- have our best wishes. New York University and her I'I'I '
from racial and national antagonisms when ft accords to every man : tion exercises. It will also be the I daughter will attend YWCA '
regardless of race color or creed his human and legal rights.' Hatingno opening program of the convention 6t Agnes Church has torn 1 summer camp In upstate New ,I
i and in effect will be a religious
man, fearing' no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man The speaker will down what used to be the old York. ..
'In the firm belief that alt men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. be an program.individual of national repute social hall and is building a I I

and will be announced lat- modern dining room, kitchen \
Church Clubs to
and quarters for an assistant

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKAt er.The general public! is not only minister. I!I Sponsor Dance t
The rumor that a big sum of
Invited to the opening program
the Publishers' Convention in Philadelphia, we but to all open meetings; of the money was found on the churchip1'opert'l 'i A dance ia being sponsored by t
were pleased to see Mr. James C. Evans and daughter, convention. The convention is ) during excavation I''Cecelia' Club and Orthodox Club '

Evangeline. Mr. Evans, as .is well)) known, is the Civilian soliciting the pre ence and helpof turned out to be just a part of Thursday, July 17, at 9 pjn. until .;,
Assistant the Secretary, of Defense. His daughter is a'' the public in making the con a $10,000 bill with no value. I I at Cafe Society ballroom, .
senior in the Northfield vention a success and a pleasantexperience 1994 NW 3rd ave. The, admis-
School for Girls in Groton Mass. Last
to the delegates and Monday morning at 930: islon is 75 cents. Sponsoring
His, eon;; James Carmichael Jr., graduated this year with visitors to Miami.Approximately the Rev. ElIsha Cfotfke, Driest I committee: JElosaiyin 'Seymour, J t I
honors from the Boys' Groton High School in Massachu- 3,000 delegates at the Church of the Incarnation' president, Cecelia Club; Claretha i.I
setts. and visitors are expected to come and his wife, Julia, celebrated i I I Cambridge, ,president, prthodoxClub
I I to Miami to attend the conven their 10th anniversary renewed ; Granville Cambridge. f
tlon. Gue-ts will! come by plane, their marriage vows in an impressive Charles Fletcher, chairman. For
In New York, visited and lunched with our former I train bus and boat in order to service conducted by table reservation phone FR t
partner and friend, M. C. Bodie who now operates a Job witness what is being predictedto the Rev. S. C. Fleming. Follow- 354T1. '
Printing Shop at 108 W. 138th St. Our meeting brought !be the greatest conventionever I ing the service a reception was 'I
about mutual happiness.. held in the history of theLraue held at the Range Funeral Home Contest landProgram
and institute.REGISTRATION heaped upon
M: C., as he was popularly known, was our partner JULY 28 them. J Successful 1
when we went into the printing business in Miami in the Registration for both the July a l
early twenties. Some time after we separated, and he League and Institute will beginon group of friends will EventsThe
went to West Palm Beach Saturday July 26. Specialchurch I sponsor a birthday dinner in
he managed and later honor of the late Dr. Mc- contest that was given
worship will be held on Mary
became owner and publisher of the Florida News an Interesting the following Sunday morning Leod Bethune,? 63rd /birthday. Queen Nittius Court proved
weekly newspaper. He worked hard and made and the Institute will open that L It will be held at the Flamingo very ucce&stulThe program,

a sueeeSR of t1. for .me..a. T'hon.. .. .. .n...... w......,...L.....i4.. Mr4au mnrntntf.... At. ft n'"ln,1rV Room of the Mary Elizabeth Ho rendered by the children, the
--- ---- -- -- --- -- --- J"''' '''' VI""V "IAIU l - w fashion show and the grand
came for him to expand, he did so, but later became handicapped rl u Institute and League tel. march were colorful. First prize;

by illness and otherwise and finally decided activities that week will be and held most throughout of the- Alaska with an area of near Baby Cambride, second' prize,
he had to dispose of the business. He left for New York. following week. The conventionwill ly 600,000 miles, will be the 49th Dorothy Lewis. The committee

Bodie has never cared for anything* but printing. He close on Thursday afternoon state flying the stars and stripes., extends thanks |to pants. Mrs. Sybil Johnson is
has :always been and still is A"'f. 7.DELEGATES. population numbers only
a very cheerful individualand 250,000. The last NJV.M. of the Court.
asks that a big hello be given his old friends through NASSAU TO VISIT to the Union was state Arizona admitted 45

this column. Following the close of the years ago. NEW BUILDING
convention many of the dele-I
Now to Washington. As usual ,;ales and other visitors will 1 Mrs. Dorothy
we divided time
our make special Sanford, who has !been
a trip to Nassau, visiting BLIND
between our brother, Fred, and ,his wife Jessie, and our Bahama, where they will be entertained Pine Bluff Dallas Texas and
niece, Edith and her husband, Charlie) Wars. 'by the Beauticians of Denver, Cob., tells how very Purchase of property and plans
Edith the Bahamas. The will much she is enjoying her for the erection of a new Negn
was, and still is,'AS is possible, work group stay.
She will Lighthouse for the Blind
leave Miami Thursday eveningand probably return to were 1
ing 12 hours a day on payrolls etc. in the Mi-
Agricultural Friday morning, Aug. 7-8. amt about July 10. nounqed Tuesday by W. Keith
Department, However we had, a very.enjoyable visit with An official welcome will be extended Phillips Sr., president of the Miami
her. .. M.-. the group in Nassau at Mr Vallie Rolle, wife of Lighthouse for the Blind.
We had a chance to see the movie, "Thunder Road" 9 o'clock Saturday morning.) Cleveland Rolle. of 1435 NW In addition to a sheltered
61st it. workshop, the
with Robert Mitchum. became Dade County'* new Lighthouse at
27th polio victim for 1968 when 590 NW 5th Ave. will contain
Jessie took me to Washington's newest thrill, the Thank YouWe she was takento- Variety Child craft and recreation rooms, a

I National Historical Wax Museum, featuring Great Moments wish to eextend our sincere ren's Hospital his week. Mrs. kitchen and sales display space,
thanks Rolle had not had polio making it possible to enlarge and famous personalities in American History. It's and appreciation tthose shots. vaccine for the blind.
located at 600 26th St., N.W. at E. and opens from 9 a.m. bered kind friend who remem !For several years the Negro
us with such
to 9 p.m. including Sundays. If you go to Washington, yseful 1 gifts during our recent According to Herb Rau, Judge branch has been operating from
see it.We wedding. Due to our honeymoon Vince Giblin this week ordered the old police precinct building
then went to Mt. Vernon Va. {the trip in the East and our returna a mixed Jury (consisting of 11 at 932-A NW 2nd ave., with Mrs.
home of whites Lillie Mae
and Harrison
week one charge.
ago, we are belated in Negro! ) to dine
I Washington and joined crowds that were making expressing our gratitude. Teach together at Benjee'S !Restaurant The Lighthouse for the Blind
a tour of the mansion, out buildings, gardens and the and eeveryone of you won on Flagler St. with main offices at 601 SW 8th
tomb. George Washington became owner of Mt. Vernon derful people, again we say ave., Ir in 1752. Mt. Vernon, as we see it today was planned by thank you. That 108-unit apartment t White Fund and has been serving both
Washington before the Revolution. Paul and Bessie Cato1W:01't. building going up across from Negro !blind of Greater -
Food Fair on 62nd st. near 10th Miami for more than 30 years.
In 1789 General Washington became the first Pres- ave has invoked the ire of near
ident of the United States. In 1797 he retired from public : ._._.. __ -__ I by property owners both White I
life. He died in December, 1799. and Negro the /building will cov- I TERRIFIC VALUE

The Mt. Vernon tract covers an area of 475 acres. er little almost or no the[parking.entire lot The wit city h $590 :Cash $75 Mo.

It has been restored and maintained by the Mt. Vernon commission agrees that the Beautiful'',, 2-bedrooin CBS. Has
Ladies Association. The Association derives, its. Income N f building will be a "monstrosity"but awninjfc" niqely landscaped..
from the admission fee. l d M about say they can do nothing Latjje lot. Drive by 2430 NW
Builder "
Maurice( Suss- 157th St. Road then call Mr.
man says as long as he's within Richard. NA 1-1065.
And this reminds us that July 4th is Independence the law, so what?
Day. May everybody enjoy : the Coast Realty
not. only; day, but the N.W. 15th ave.
weekend. merchants
t. are 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.

+ w" .dI PL 4.6508M&
Senator Spessard Holland) who seeks reflection will
be opposed by Ex-Senator Clause: Pepper ELNORA

i Senator Pepper, this week, blasted the U. S. 'Supreme SUNDRIESHeadquarters

/ ;Court for its ruling in an Alabama NAACP mem GiM

bership case.."He calls the ruling "another invasion ofstate'atrights. MIAMI TIMES If for you your live out

'!e' court ruled that Alabama could not demand WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE

the membership records of the NAACP. WE SERVE

don't afiruess that Is the way the Senator sees it. We Foremost Ice Cream M
Lit like him. -

A:qfmilar, case comes up in Miami before our next Sammy (Fatha) Williams and Phone NE 4-9441

fBsue.t.Itwlll:; be interesting to see just how Dade Circuit his Hammond Organ will re. 4338 N.W. 27th Are.J. Oti
Judge' Ray Pearson: is going to decide the Miami NAACP place the Samba Harrison band .
membership records It the Booker Terrace Lounge FINCHER. Mgr.
case. 1 Wednesday" July 9. 'Indf i


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: ; '' The city of Miami Civil Ser- cation on form 57 (application
:1 "
:. -' vice Board announces. an open for Federal Employment) and
competitive examination, for form 3001 ABC preference form
:( July 14 for the position of pre- 5, with documentary proof reQuired -
cinct prison guard.Closing date therein if you are claim
for filing application, noon July ing veteran's preference and !if
" 7. the form Is required in your
V *r' case. Also a few positions in Ft.
1 PRECINCT PRISON .GUARD Campbell, Kentucky, may be
I, Residence: Citizen of the filled from this register.
I', United States and resident ot --_. ---.. -.----
Dade County for over one year
Your Lot
,!. prior to date, .of examination. $1,000 or
Age: Applicants must have As a down payment, 3 bed.

... passed their 30th birthday.
Height and Weight: Minimum room new, on corner on two
t'I,' 5-8, 144 Itos.; maximum, 6.3 lots.
"I 220 lbs 2901 NW 43rd Terr.

j.I Education and experience Hardwood floors A beauty.

t,I I Ii.t 1 U "' _''''W'_ ......., __'-'.' .- .... .......-- Graduation from high .school.
Full time 'paid experience in Lots for sale. Cash for your
'. Officers of the Florida Negro executing one of the best meet Alyce J. Caesar, recording Sec'y supervisory work may !be substituted .
'1 Funeral Directors and :Embalmers ings in the history of the organ-I Lake City; G. D. Rogers Jr., Dir. for education, year for year lots Baron, JE 81340.
.' Association closed out their ization. Pub Rel., Bradenton,; Oscar, I. with a maximum substitution oi
34th annual Miami in executive sessions at Hlllman .ident Jacksonville Open p.m.
$ meeting in Shown pre ; two years. One year full time
last week. The Dade County the Mary Elizabeth hotel are: G. H. Gause, executive Seec'y paid, experience In work super-
f' Mortid \ns Association received J. Maxwell Charlow, chairman Bartow, and W. C. Taylor, trea- vising men. Florida driver's
f much ,praise for planning and executive Com., Plant City; Mrs. surer, Belle Glade. license required. Starting salary IF YOU

t $253 per month. CAN: J

I I I T' I __ " . , , , I I . I The United States Civil Ser- FIND r *
vice Commission announces examination BETTER; -
I for career conditions BOURBON
: Around Miami appointment to the position of: BMIT
II 1. Statistical officer
I 2. Analytical statistician.
By DAVE (Mr. Swing( ) BONDU Starting salary of (grade po-

.._ I I sition: G5-, $5,440, GS-11,
r THINGS around Miami art WHEN ROBERT LAMBERT of v $6.300, GS-12' 7570.;
t quite elow.and there is not much 501 NW 4th ave gave his wife, Positions to be filled from this
to talk about except that I attended Evelyn, a gun and told her to examination are located in var-
t the opening of the Sky shoot, he was em-prised. She shot ious Federal ,agencies In the
r Lite Roof of the Carver Hotel him twice and he was dead. This states of Alabama, '(Florida,
and believe you me, It's one of was told to me by a white police Georgia !(Mississippi. North THE SMOOTHER BOURBON
1, the nicest things to happen to man which means that it "ain't Carolina, South Carolina and Kintucliy Straight Bourbon Whlskty 61'rs.Old
I, Miami in a long time. Celebrities necessarily so," One thing is for Tennesree, except where an Individual M Proof CAnclinl A|. Dist Co., Frinkfort.Ky.
attending were Blanche Callo- cure, Robert is dead, and Mrs. Noble Melvin R Jackson, local examination has been
way Mrs. Anne Lindsay, Mr. and Lambert did turn herself in to cffice! manager of the Florida announced by a board of U. S.
Mrs. Curt Harmon, Dt. and Mrs. the homicide bureau . Policeman Civil Service Examiners for filling -
CharlesShellman, Miss Hadda of the Week: Sgt. Duty state Employment: Service and vacancies in a specific For Prompt, Efficient

Brooks, Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Pat- . Pretty Girl of the Week: Er- Jour automobile salesman, has agency or specific agencies.
terson Jr., \Baby Combs, Flash nestine Phillips . Doctor of the been a resident of this city for Persons Interested in the first Service
Gordon, the Larry Steele star, Week: William Chapman . Next the .past 32 years. lie takes an position must apply at the !Miami Phone PLaa 44909RUDY'S
Fay Wray Daniels and Vera Wil- week's column will come to you I I Civil Service office, 3318 Pan
active in church and civ.iclo1ffairs
part American Way, !Miami. Veterans
liams of "Smart Affairs" and of from the land of pigeon peas and TV
is chairman of the preference credits will !be allowed -
course Manager Eddie Williamswas rice. Yep, from Nassau, and you .
there with George Kirby believe me I'll really be full of trustee board of St. Paul AME as provided /toy Florida aDdRADIO

acting as host Nat Jones and his them when I come back.. I love Church, Coconut )Grove, vice State law enacted June 6, 1946, REPAIR
trio supplied the music. Cocktails 'em. If anyone is coming to the president of the Greater Miami providing that a ..photostat copy
and hors'deouvers were island within the next two weeks of discharge papers and proof of Guaranteed Service
served and the owners, Harry you will find me there with Urban League, past vice presi- disability, if any, plus amount, :
Wenz and Alfred 'Harrow beam- ChicUde Home appearing at the dent of the Adelphlan Club, and are furnished before closing date Pick up and Deliver
ed aU over the place. All I can Skylark Club. Of course If you in affiliated with various other of examination. Those individuals
say is "thanks" to the gentleman come over, you will have to stayat church, civic and fraternal organizations interested in the latter two positions 9 a.m. to 10i30 p.m.
for the birth of a real nice place. the Mermaid Hotel. It is own- must go to the Board of 6801 N.W. 15th Ave.
Clubs, organizations are Invitedto ed and operated by T. W. T. U. S. Civil Service Examiners at
use the Sky Ute Roof on top Thompson, and is a real nice, He is also a member and recorder the Post Office and file appll-
of Kazah Temple Wo. 149
of the Miami Carver Hotel. Amen. convenient place to stay T. W. T
order of the Mystic Shrine, and
1 is known to millions as "Stokes.
Illustrious (Advisor to Kazah
Till we meet again next week, Court No. 117, Daughters of Isis, For Rent SummonsTen
LOUISE GRIFFIN, WFEC diM remember . Live life, every Miami. His eyes beam when he By
Jockey, has had her time extended golden minute of it. Peace talks about the Nobles and the
to a full hour. She can now be Daughters, and 'he rays that your
heard on WFEC from noon to 1 >d I should make the forward room house with four cottages
pan daily. Congratulations I I Personal Mention step too (if we can qualify.)
Bullmoose Jackson steps in u completely furnished 520 N.W. 7th St.
M.C at the Jim Jam Club along Rev and Mrs. J. E. Coleman, Me, the ,Nobility of Kazah
with a new (personality to this who have been ill and under the Temple and the Daughters bf A
area in the person of Tena Savoy doctor's care for more than three Isis cordially invite you to enjoy
a dancer from Washington, weeks have improved some and a gala, thrilling and exciting Beautiful 4-bedroom all C.B.S. air-
wish to thank: their many, friends tinder
D. C. Of course, Vickie Copez eVtirvintf moonlight skies,
and Bert Wallace and his all stars who have been so kind ,and are aboard the 290 passenger Seven conditioned home. Two tiled baths and
are held over . During the con- still doing everything possibleto Seas Dream Boat, Friday night
struction of a building downtown, make things cheerful and July 11. The boat leaves the beautiful kitchen 6312 NW 18th Ave.
a fellow wearing a round steel pleasant for them. Rev. Coleman MacArthur docks at 8:30: ( pm
helmet gave an order to one of ,as some may know, has been ill and for only $1.50 you may obtain -
his co-workers, to which the co- I for 13 years. tickets at Bentley's BarberShop For These (SpecialsCall

worker replied, "Just 'cause you I 3360 Douglas Rd., phone
are wearing that hub cap, don't CHILD CARE HI 6-6590; Dt. Louise SUMMONS
make you no big wheel." residence, 2460( NW nowe"j
The Randolph's Kiddy Inn will phone NE 5-1843; Dr. I. Phone. HI 4-2448 HI 60173L

be open throughout the summer. vis office, 1030 NW 2nd aye.,
THIS TELLS THE Story of a For information please call phone FR 3-2409' or contact a
cat 'In town who works at a hotel. NE 5-1833. Jiu3 Noble or Daughter.
who took a man's dollar" to wash
The cat rides - - - - - - - - - - - - -
the man' oar
around town, has a ball, then WiTN
took the car to a car washing After GraduationHave IUD EEWImPS
service and paid a buck a quar- ; ? SH
ter to have it washed. In other R Is
words: "where can you rent a Your Picture Madein
ritzy car for 25 cent a day. Nice C
work If you can get It.
your cap and gown . s DERP.opl

Oscar Morley and Jean Carrot Fast Service Reasonable Price. .
are tending out the invitations -

. The Howard WUker-
son's (Thelma Counts) art expecting WE
their first . Joe Walker -

the Gospel Blind Boy and .-
expert sportscacter, did a real
bangup Job, during his stint ai -w
artist on Steve Ellis show M h
guest M Teee
after the fight last Friday . Johnson of MiamiNew 1$
Wilbur Brassfleld hosted the
morticians last week
with his Champion bourbon and Address: 409 N.W. 17th St.
Long John scotch out at Pbarr


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years, said that "too often nowa-
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE I "Churches Are days, a stranger goes ,to churchon
Clubs"Brooklyn /Sunday and' slips out withouteven
6 SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1958 Middle Class a handshake." "

(ANP)-Illinois We trIed a practical wr of
State Rep William IF. Robinsontold living religion, based on the following -
a men's day audience at Mt points:

Harriman Urged to Probe Lebanon Baptist Church recently 1. Read the Bible 'in prayer
that "many churches are becoming -" and meditation. .
middle class social clubs.
2. Engage in socials action to
"Mature Re-
In an address on
ligion," Robinson, a public wel- achieve Justice. '
Fla. Suspect Charges fare and legislative leader for 22 3. Trouble with modem SOCie-
ty: Home life is neglected and
going to the rocks.
NEW YORK Governor Teachers of Education and Association 4. Creeping paganism in
Averell Harriman was today urg- of Social Science schools. In old-time schools, in
ed to order an investigation and Teachers. the South classes always opened
hold a formal extradition hearingIn Joining the College Community with a prayer.
the case of Frank Peterson, a 5. Concern for civic political
I with Dr McMillan will be his
migratory farm worker held in wife Mrs. Mildred N. !McMillanand affairs, for they control our daily
Jail in Buffalo as a suspect in the activities
in I their three children. <
doulble murder and rape case
Bonifay Fla., on June 11. DR. WILLIAM MCMILLAN "IP.-_. _A _n _._, ..,........._ _,........f_..
In a telegram to the Governor
Leesburg, Fla. Daily Commercial Roy Wilkins said that "published announced President the Richard appointment V. Moore of Dr. NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMESSold
: "This weekend you may hop reports suggest lynch atmosphere William A. McMillan as Dean of
into the car to take the familyfor in Bonifay, Fla., and need Bethune-Cookman College. Dr. J
an early spin in the countryor for thorough investigation of Sylvester Smith has resigned to 30 already-Demand so great' we have -built
get out into the garden while 1 charges against Frank Peterson become Dean, of Dillard Univer- 2 More at N.W. 41st St. and 29th Avenue''
I. . before taking steps to '
wife does spring cleaning, any
your sity, New Orleans, as of July' 1.
or get the screens in shape. Whileyou're return him to that state. Request Dr. McMillan received his B.S. SEE 2789 N.W. 41st STREET
careful consideration and inves-
that 200,000 individuals -
doing ,
C. Smith
degree from Johnson ;
will have been added io tigation by your office and for- the master of arts and Ph. D. degrees Open Saturday 1 to 5 p.m.
mal of extradition
of the world. For hearing re-
the population of
ifrom the University
the current rate of increase quest. Michigan and has done further 3 Bedrooms Oak floors, formica kitchen, tile roof,

births over deaths is some- The 27-year-old laborer was study at the University of Penn- wall heater, tile bath, large laundry and utility!room
what more than 100,000 a day. .Arrested on a farm near Spring- sylvania and the School of Social Built-in oven and range ,
t'! for past the time when we ville in upstate New York on Administration of the Univesity
should be thinking soberly and June 22. He is being held as a of Michigan.He $1,500 CASH EZ TERMSMilton
and continuously and demanding suspect in the axe-slaying of a comes to Bethune-Cookman:
that our statesmen do the white sharecropper Ira Gene with a wealth of exiperience Rothman Broker
same about the vob'cnn: this: Carnley, and his two-year-old having served as a public school ,
growth brings \In Its! tril.i." daughter Ernestine, and also for teacher in North Carolina; assis- : 145 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables
--- the alleged rape of Carnley's tant Dean of instruction at John-
McCorrib, Ohio, JHancock son C. Smith; 'public school Phone HI 6-6426 or JE 22225d
ty Herald: "Drugstores coun-I I wife.When teacher in Pennsylvania; Coun-
country which have served word of the tragedy got! selor at a Farm and Vocational
communities long enough to fill out lynch-bent to have mobs gathered were and reported School Pomeroy Pa.; Boys'WOl1k i -
a million prescriptions are receiving : Secretary at the St. An-
searched the
surrounding coun-
some deserved resognl- for the assailant who Antoine Branch YMCA, Detroit, i YOUSEE
try was reported OPPORTUNITY AWAITS
tion. They are being given plaques and for nine years has served as
by Mrs. Carnley to be
attesting this toy Lederle Labora- chairman, Division of Education,
tories. One went the other day moustache."light-skinned" There Negro with a other red Director of Guidance and Direc- THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED.
to a Savannah, Ga., pharmacy were of Student
reports that the crime had been tor Teaching, Wiley PSYCHIC READERLet
which filled inscriptions for College Marshall, Texas.In .
by white
a a man 01
General Robert E. Lee and which
addition to his. work, Dr. '
men. Peterson does not fit Mrs.Carnley's .
j has preserved one of them as a description of the man McMillan has been active in the
cherished relic of the Confederate who attacked her. Knowledge Expansion Club; Alpha -
hero." Phi Omega National Service
In Buffalo William Sims!), pres- Fraternity; Omega Psi Phi Fra-
1 Sullivan, Ill., MouMrie County ident of the NAACP branch and ternity; The Student National
News: "Slow widespread is the I i an attorney, reported that Peter- Education Association; Scout-
abuse/ of unemployment compensation son feared he would not be giv- master of the Campus Boy
t claims? The percentage of en a fair trial and might be Scouts; Social Action Committeeof
I unjustified claims that are paid lynched if returned to Bonifay. Ebenezer Methodist Church
i may be small but when they are Associated "with Mr. Simes in the and the "Methodist Men."
I flagrant they leave a sour taste case is Clarence Maloney of the Dr. McMillan holds member-
! in the mouths of all employers . Buffalo branch legal redress ship in the following progessional
"Unemployment compensation committee. organizations: National Education -
\ should mot be allotted to workers Peterson admits having been in Association (Life Member-
j who 'quit to go fishing' the area on June 11 where he I ship); National Society for the
t remained for a few days until he Study of Education; Associationof
:k Elroy, Arizona, Enterprise: Joined a caravan of itinerant' farm Higher; Education (NEA);
"Hard-to-understand, government workers headed for New York Texas State Teachers Associa-
j actions frequently result; in State. He denies committing! the tion; Texas Conference on my years: of Experience guide and protect you through Life
\ ih* U. S. taking sideswipes st crime. His alibi is being checkedby Teacher Education; Colmmlttee II' Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
i uie very spirit of pri/ats enter- an attorney retained by the for Cooperative Study of Teacher
prise which it so piously fosters NAACP in Florida. Education; Texas Society of WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME

1\ in voice and print. For Success in Business And Love

, "Typical is a little-publtcl/ed CONSULT HERe -
but significant ruling by the Internal MIAMI BEAUTY SUPPLY Co. You
Revenue which disallows can now have your home made happy
j certain advertising expendituresmade a Get aneW Hold the position you so long wanted
,by a privatelymanagedpublic Miami's Only All Colored House O Don't Stay in the rut. get out now

utility company a ruling S By the help of God she can help you
Distributors for ,
vigorously protested and now . .
under lest In the courts in the Posner Persulan Apex Lesters M. L. Forrest Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or In
form of a suit filed by an affected troubleIt
company. The outcome of the Beauty Furniture and Fixtures by
case can indeed be farreachingand will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
in the opinion ;of many result ROMITO DONNELLYOPEN Where
, in a definite curb on a basic thousands come yearly for help and advice you too can
1 freedom freedom of speech"EXCURSION EVENINGS FROM 6 P.M. to 8 P.MJ. be touched by this strange mysterious power


I same God who delivered Motes and the children of Israel
6500 N.W. 15th Ave. PL 78991JAMES' of old Is still/ alive today and will open a way for you through
TO NASSAU the troubled seas of life. Let
) not him that ls blind lead you or
on luxurious crulaa ship you stumble with him.

Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot ...

Round Trip them

(lower deck) $39 I What do you think of the Invisible wavei and sounds that make
Plus'$2.85 tax Telephone Radio and Television possible

5 & lOc STORE A seed before It sprouts lies concealed, secret silent In the dark
Promenade deck $48.10 i I earth or womb of Nature THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"

1200 N.W. :3rd Ave. Phone FR Therefore, acquaint .. -',
Leave Miami Aug. 1 6 p.m. 3-9481 yourself r ,
Leave Nap wu, Aug. 9, 5 p.m with the one who U anauthority.
Whose private I t '
Attend the Bahamas State consultation will evolve .
Association of Elks meetingIn We are on VACATIONOur I to a higher state of mind.
Nassau Aug. 3 to 8
.. ( first vacation in 10 years) : All Information is
: All Elide and viators a

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y Will 14 :
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MIAMI'S BATTLE OF THE September or October. Invita
PORT CONTINUESWith ,tions for the ball will be in the
mail by August 11. More about .
a setting of Miami MayOr the Students' Farewell Ball later l' il
Robert King High and formei
Mayor Abe Aronovitz on one BOYNTON BEACH CLOSED l
tide, and the rest of the current AGAIN I 8'I
city commission including: .B
E. Hearn, George Dulbreuil, Jas. The municipal beach at Boynton -
W. High and Otis Shiver on ,Beach, closed again on Monday -
the other, the battle over the of this week because of reports I I ''I
location of a deep water port for that Nero Bwtmmera Intend
1 the city of Miami, continues. to pay It a return visit. : S

The city commission, minus Mayor L. S. Chadwell of Boynton A :

Mayor High, wants to and has Beach, called the closing a : .NyMAQ 'PY S
actually voted to locate the porton precaution. The beach was clot v .
Dodge Island to Bkcayne Bay, ed for a short time the previous
which is in easy reach of the week after several Negroes wentIn t 'i \
mainland of the city. Mayor High for. 41 dip. \
and former Mayor Aronovitz who Negro leader. lof Boynton i
called .the shots for High's elec- Beach said they knew of no '
tion to office, and who is gener- plans for Negnoet to (return to *', \
ally regarded as the mayor's official the beach pending a conference

coach, are determined thatit with city officiate ,on a requestfor ...
(shall not happen. In the a Negro swimming 'place' i

meantime, the taxpaying citizens SUPREME COURT 'TABLES These are the members of the Southern Francis Rhodes, Cape Cod ; Wiley Lane,

remain in the middle. LITTLE ROCK CASE Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tuskegee Institute; William Primus, Day-

The city commission's majority Track and field champions for 1958 from tona Beach ; and Johnnie Williams, Louis
has already appropriated to The U. S. Supreme Court on Florida A and M University. They are ville. Not shown on the photo are: James
Monday refused to the U.
very substantial sum of money S. Circuit Court of bypass Appeals: in (kneeling) Macao Jennings (left), Bir- Laing, St. Petersburg; Charles Young,

incident to the Dodge Island Port St. Louis, Missouri, and ruled mingham ; Zean Clayton, Jacksonville ; White Plains,; Clarence Childs, Lakeland ;
plan and this has
provoked no
end of criticism by Aronovitz directly on IIIn order suspending Ralph Johnson, Palatka; Willie Poole, Lewis Johnson, Bartow ; James Denmark,

and Mayor High, as well as sev- integration in Little Rock, Ark. Leesburg, and Richard Oden, Sylcacauga, Florence Villa; Kermit Merritt, Fort

eral of their close followers. A public Attorneys schools for for the 2%National years. Association Ala., and (standing) Charles Howard, Lauderdale ; Eugene White, Willie Elliott

number of efforts are toeing put ( for the Advancement of- Philadelphia; Major Menefee, Tuskegee David Curry, and Ernest Clark, all of Mi
forth in order to stow the money Institute Edward Jinks ami.
Colored People had asked the ; Savannah ;
from being spent for the
court to hold a special term and
which it was appropriated.
to give a speedy ruling. The ad-
Names have been called by
both sides and feeling ds running torneys asked the high tribunal THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' New.paper"SATURDAY now to see one of the most fan-
high. to overturn an order by U. S. tastic night club shows that has
District Judge Harry J. Lemley, JULY S, 1958 PAGE 7 ever been seen On fabulous Miami
The latest development on the blockng intergration for 30 Beach, all at no extra charge on
controversy' M. of this /writing/ months. the night of Tuesday, July 8 at

(Monday) Is an announcement The court said the justices the beautiful Miami Stadium, Just
by Commissioner. Hearn that he prior to the ball betweenthe
"have no doubt( that the Courtof Marlins to Give Fans game
will ask the Dade County Grand Appeals will recognize the Miami Marlins and Cuban
Jury /to detrmlne If high legal vital importance of the time ele- Sugar Kings.
fees rare' Influencing opposition ment in this litigation and thatit
The Marlins1 has
to the proposed Dodge 1.I..dpol't. will act the applicationfor management
upon Nite Club ShowsOne invited all the Latin American
Hearn named
Mayor High
a stay of he appeal in ample Consulates and officials to be the
and Aronovlta l the of
a* targets
time to pennit arrangements to
of the
guests Marlins on this big
his plckn. be made for 1 the next school
of the biggest, brightest, rhythmic and most colorful nltes night and it promises to be a
Just what (the eventual out. year I in the history of Miami Stadium memorable' night in baseball his-
come of the controversy wlll be, will ,be hold] on the night of tory in Miami.Reservations .
no one can correctly forecast. at Tuesday, July 8 which also fea-
be made
this stage of the matter. ,But It tures the baseball game betweenthe may by
Is definitely la matter that should Miami Marlins and the Cuban calling NE 5-5395 any day from
command the attention of the en 'Sugar Kings. 0 a.m. to 6 :p.m.
tire rcommUnly. ''Every taldent, 4
of this area, whether. a taxpayer asA Thb will be the first night at
or ,not, should make It his home for the Marlins after a long
business to learn more about this r road trip and, a terrific evening
entire matter and become con* of entertainment is in store for
c. ned about what eventually all who attend.
Ask write hr
happens. questions
America! most exciting Latin
letter. make telephone calls cen.
Star . Diosa Costello, will pre-
cernlng this most Important mat
sent her authentic Latin revue
ter.. lit Is (not a matter. affecting the
which has been featured at
only a small group of (people Club Chalet of the Hotel Lucerneon F
It Is a matter. which 'will affect r
Miami Beach for many, many
'the destiny lot every resident In qY months. Now, the Miami Marlins
Miami and vicinity. t 1. battiball
arc giving every fan in r
Miami is too large for only a the area a chance to see this
small group of citizens to con- sensational show with the dyna-
cern itself about such an impor- mic Diosa Costello and her all
tant civic improvement. It's 4 4I& star cast. "'deatJ\se

everybody's business, so let's all
The Havana Mardi liras will
and into the act.
wake up get
start promptly at 7:30: p.m. with THE MILDER BOURBON
it it don't.ANNUAL '
You may regret you Bourbon Whlikiy I Vrt.DMM
% the baseball ,game getting under i Kwtucty Straight
STUDENTS FARE. firr way at 8 pan Make your plans f roof.CAncfcnt Ap DM.Co.,Frankfort.,.


In reply to the many Inquiries
which I've received during the WANTED !

past few days, I'm happy to announce ; LL _
that the annual Stcdents'

Farewell Ball will !be held on t ,
Thursday evening, August 28 at ? f 10,000
the Harlem Square Ballroom. As y rrYF !
usual the dance is being plannedas
a special tend-off to the many' I ,to'' go to

.Hudentsfrom Missal and vicinity -
who will be leaving for :
116 ;
college during the months of Flagler

I ,

5t Luther Donaldson of Nassau Junior year.. He is president of REGISTERTO
and a senior pharmacy studentat the .tudent branch of the American

Florida A and M University, Pharmaceutical Associationand
was awarded a $200 scholarship a member of the university'sI

out of a grant from the Ameri- I I varsity tennis team. He plans to VOTEYOU

can Foundation for pharmaceutical -[I do graduate study in pharmaceutical -
1 Donaldson was
education.scholastic standing chemistry after (graduating CAN REGISTER TO VOTE IF:
tops in I
Florida A&M.
hit from
his classmates during
among 1.-You are an American citizen

2.-You are 21 yean of age

wITH THIRD AVENUE REALTYHomes 3.-You hare been. resident of Florida for one

,Kan.Kil and Lot for sale in all areas of Dade County have been a resident of Dade Countyfor

Reasonably priced -

tip 742 NW 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-3297 If you have moved to a new address within the past

COMMUNITY DRUGS S. Hutcheson, Jr., Registered Real Estate Broker year, you mutt register alalnv 1

6750 N.W.15th Ave.

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:-m Beauty SalonDallas
. Rob wii- LID
to .
son is prepared
I "/Vt .10. NRA404E'

:,': ( N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
; : .',-J !
I (Beauty styles Lions" shown ,only' at .9:25
I for
I : will. and 0 J rJ .
t we ( July will 27" iLit 'l
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take him CLIF' MARTIN
the earlier
c' lay he will the ( Lions'
6' show.
do Dallas( : IMOE s Iw oosl y arfal awsCINHMASCOPE

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it An' school ( UhIt4vtTERflM10MAl'A PICTURE:
the be (
and /Shown only at 7:45

the at may 7007
1\ pm. or to :
practical S Shirley MacLAINE.

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and i I IIU..HfHADHfMAJ/OH ';\;
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of has "JULY S raulein t!
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"Jame Kim I

( ; Soon "VERTIGO"
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tended and gave impetus to oth- LOTS FOR SALE
er breakfasts in the future. Each
, person in Dade County is called Terms
" The National Association( |for Easy
upon to Join the NAACP and
- the Advancement of Colored Build on your lot
'Let not your t heart'be troubled. who have pioneered din paving People closed its Membership become a registered voter. these ,u .' or mine
." the way for two great Sunday Drive on last Sunday morning In are musts if we would '
We take
These are familiar 'words- of Schools both being housed in the beautiful Flamingo Room I Freedom Train. Join through your care of financing
the (Master. You and I accept new beautiful churches. May of the Mary .Elizabeth Hotel, local churches the local NAACP . ;NO MONEY DOWN
them as a consolation, a balm, an your good work continue in Mrs. Marion Muldrow, chairman or call Mrs Myrtle Davis, (Father Cash paid for lob
assurance. We are prone to let Kingdom (Building for the (Mas Mrs. Irene G. Pratt served as Theodore Gibson IMds. [Marion [ (your or
outward things and personalities ter. mistress of ceremony.A Muldrow or call CE 5-4246 for home
disturb us In epdte of the bleessed information. Baron JE 8-1340
assurance that file is with us always VACATIONiNG Mr. and spicy program preceded the ,
That means from our beginning Mrs. Jim Reid of Lincoln Boule- breakfast. The introductory
to ,the end of our Jour vard are vacationing in N e w who speaker was Atty. G. .E. Graves,
ney. We Should not let person- York. We wish for them a pleas- inspired everyone with his
alities dkturb us. 'We should ant visit. Mrs. iBettye Williamsand humor and logic, The main address CLEAN..CLEANCLEAN.
keep our attention centered on Children will be leaving this Myrtle was delivered by Mrs. . .
the beautiful spirit of Christ in week to join hubby, A. G., in Federated Davis presient of State
everyone. Hf Jesus forgave His Bermuda. They plan an extended points in Clubs.the She gave high
acousers on the cross!, then as visit. They have our prayers achievdments of
ills followers, we must do no less. and !best wishes for a most suc- the NAACP and future goals. . .

In the midst of personality con- cessful tritp.Teaman The musical flicts we must keep all of our Small and son, a student given !by two former students of
imPulses and emotions subservient at Tuskegee University are Booker T. Wa.'hington:' High I
to His Spirit and see only working in New York for the School.
His beautiful Spirit in all, Letus summer. Young Small will re-
fill our lives with God's enter Tuskegee in the fall. Mr. Everal McKinney, a senior at
beauty, wisdom and under- Small is one of our best chefs. Knoxville Collage and Willie
standing.' At the close of the day He is a specialist on Key Lime Bouie, a Junior of Knoxville Col-
may I have walked so closely pies lege represented BTW by sing- &
with the Father that in some degree ing !beautiful solos. They laTe \tf
the world is !better and hap- DUPLEX RENT REDUCEDThe are former graduates of BTW.

pier for my having passed this rent on duplexes in tho 'Mrs Leila Williams, directress
way. Heights has been reduced to solo,; Miss Bernice Knight. solo;
$16.75 per week. There is a spec- Mrs. Pleasant of Greater Bethel
INTERDENOMINATIONALSUNDAY ial monthly rate for inservicemen AME Church. Platform guests
in the area. Call CE 5-4246 included Rev. I. C. Mickins, Rev.
SCHOOL DISBANDSOn for l information.< W. E. Taylor, Mrs. Ora D. Tay-
lor, \Alvin Borkman, (Mrs. {fB.
Sunday, June 8, the Inter Johnson, Atty. Graves.
denominational Sunday School DR. MARY BETHUNE'S
disbanded after eight years BIRTHDAY TO BE OBSERVEDThe The breakfast was largely at-

serving the community of Richmond '
Heights. The group piV 'birthday of our own Dr. r.a+ '"tl
seated $46.43'' each to !Martin Mary 'M. Bethune will be observed I ,'
Memorial AME Church, Rev. A. in the Fuamingo Room of ENJOY THE 4th
Jones, pastor, and Rev. Ross, the Mary Elizabeth Hotel on OF JULYWEEKEND j1j ;-;;
pastor Bethel Baptist Church. July 10. I hope that all organ
Miss O. Mt tendon, superintendent zations will ,be represented, Dr. '1 4k
Richard V. Moore, president of
made the presentation to
Martin Memorial and Miss Ru- Bethune is general sponsor. AT THE $+ t$# NAea
thie Mae Harden made the presentation Others are co-sponsoring. This
'to Bethel [Baptist great leader has stamped her
Church. The enrollment at the footprint on the sands of time
time of disbandment was 150 which can never be forgotten. JIMJ'AM
members. The officers and teachers Our own Bethune-Cookman College -I
were gas follows: Miss Olivia is but one of her foo rints.II MMM
McClendon, supt., !Mrs. Helen Would that we had more women I /: .
Wilson, assistant; Miss Myrte! like her in a time like this. That's the super-dry taste you get
Green secretary; Miss Ruthie Blessings on her memory. make
you your fUISQl
Harden, financial secretary; M\\
Henry Edmonson, treasureer Don't lose your property anywhere Martini with clean-tasting "'Ifl.. ..
Teachers: C. B. Jones, Mrs. Hel- 1m< Dade County, Do you :
en Wilson, Miss Essie Benbow, need to swap your< home for a CLUB >m1 En
Miss Ruthie Harden Miss Olivia new one? Or do you need lots, FLEISCHMANN'SGIN Rr01lY
!MoClInton !Mrs. Helen Jones, acreage, or a used home May-
Henry Edmonaon! : and Myrtis J be you would like to rent a home 1900 N.W.75th St. -
Wilson organist. Lalestrice Jones until you can buy one If so, then Phone PL 9-8651 $2.55 "
During the duration of the Sun- call CE 5-4246 for information I Plot
day School there were projects
administered: sent delegates to BlancheCalloway
both church conventions, Easter Non>Surgical Treatment I DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN
egg hunts and Christmas pre- Hernia o Piles 90 PROOF THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING
sentations.The CORPORATION,NEW YORK CITYBeautiful
(Rupture) (Hemorrhoids)
Sunday School had Its beginning -
in 1950 with a small DR. LONG'S CLINIC
group of teen-agers under the general' health service
leadership of Mrs. Walker. Mrs 21 8.W. 13th Ave. Proudly Presents
Nellie R. Wilson was superintendent Phone FR 1.2741
; Mrs. Alice Wilson, A StarStudded
secretary; Mrs. Walker, treasurer. Add Life to Year New
The first teachers were Miss and Year to Life Revue -
Nellie (Wilson, \Miss .Alice Wilson -, REDUCESpecial
Miss !Walker, !Miss Olivia I Headed by
McClinton. I The One and Only
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King Plans Return to t. 'W' W 3 Bedroom CBS Terrific Buy

3 bedrooms living room, dining room, closed

Miss.; May Sue State garage and bearing 1620 NW fruit trees 58th, on Street 2 lots 60x106 each.

___ .. .._.
the --unfounded charges ago uB
ALBANY Ga. (ANP) to.
Clennon King, the 37-year-old Although state officials principally me and reimburse me." Open Sunday 2 to 5 p.m.
In mental Gov. J P Coleman have
Negro professor put a
institution when he tried to enter maintained he was frisked from King says he has been treated CHELSEA REALTY, Realtor
the all-white University of the campus and held secretly In sue the
very aDd may
Mississippi said upon arriving ai order td protect: him from state if it doesn't apologize to PLaza, 4-1685 or Wilson 5-2306
his father's home last week that crackpot: and exlraftltts King him. He explained, however, thai
he plans to return to Mississippi; said he is not ifrax to return. he will not try to enter the university -
regardless of any action that maybe My fear is of the officials not again.
taken against him. llh* cradcpfft1 he *altskiims Besides his troubles with Mississippi -

King, who first broke into the, Jf3e to have white and authorities, King, who Is Daughter Elks of Liberty Temple
news when his criticisms of the I \egro: : supporters in Mississippi a minister, must also answer an
NAACP forced a student bo.rro. I tad: bdwa'.ed: an organization old charge of taking a lock off a INVITE YOU TO A
that almost closed Alcorn .-\&) I,might be formed there to fight church door.
college, arrived here coatless and
without luggage, less then 24

hours after he Whitlield was released mental fromMississippi's in- THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" DRESS BREAKFAST DANCE

stitution. He had been taken there SATURDAY JULY 5 ,1958
i PAGE 10 :,
4 12:01
after state highway patrolmen a.m.
seized him on the campus of the I

university, where he sought in '-'"" ... .... '"' Elks Rest, 6525 N.W. 18th Ave.
vain to become the first Negro FUNDS NEEDEDTO
to enter the Institution. I PUNPHUN 3 prizes for the prettiest cotton dresses
!Instead of being admitted, SHIPCLOTHES
King was seized, held incommunicado By PHIL 0880FERPHIL'S Table Reservations at Elks Rest
for 48 hours, and then DONATION $1.00 MUSIC REFRESHMNETS
held at the hospital for 12 days. ..- -- -- -......-
The [Foreign Mission Board of
DOCTORS FIND HIM SANE the Church of God in Christ has .FACTS

He was released from the hos- on hand many articles of cloth- Patience is worth its wait in
pital after 17 doctors ruled him 'ing they would like to send to
to be sane, and a writ of habeas foreign lands namely: Africa, should precede 11
t corpus was filed in Jackson, I Haiti, Cuba, Jamaica, Turks Island spiritually only in the dictionary. DONT WAIT
Miss court demanding his re- and others. The depth of a man's thinking T
lease. His detention also kickedup 'In order for this merchandiseto determines the heights of his for theSCHOOL

a storm of criticism from the ibe sent we are in need of do- I thoughts. I \./ BELLy
NAACP nations to help defray the expense Folks who are the picture of I I
Meanwhile, King still faces of shipping these items to health are usually those w fh o \ : \y?
charges of disorderly conduct and foreign lands. keep in a pleasant frame of In the chrtdrsn's school
disturbing the peace at the uni If anyone would like to donate mind. I .. NOW.Grve us tkn toput thm"
versity. It is unlikely, however, toward a worthy cause please Confession is good for the paw Illl(* the
that he will (be extradlcted to contact the president Sister Car- soul, but it is the heel who needsit.
stand trial. Extradition between rie Jordan at 2315 NW 64th St. JOHNSON AND sONS
states is normally not done when or call NE 5-3770. Thanks for Dieting is the law of sylph ,
only a misdemeanor Is involved. your kindly effort. preservation SHOE SHOP
Both charges are misdemeanors.King Mrs. Carrie Jordan Pres.
said, however, that he Foreign Mission of The -- FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe
would return anyway, but didn't Church of God In Christ
say when. Expalnlng, he said: "I J* W W.CASTS AMHCWKBm ,Save Your Souls-While You Walt
would feel like a pretty poor
class American if there is a partof ONBBACY FOR IAAMM Shoes Shined and Dyed
America that I can't return Drive Carefully ..FUIOC mma
COMMISSION, 0tOW* 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 9.9190

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laf September prfsurlea. -
Special Priming and Readiness
fa Crova X. program for
I ww ( "I'M... raa Coenmhrloaer, sad 6 Year Olds
II Natioaal Democratic Committeeaaaa -
u lor Flortda. said be tau Primary Grades

qualify plan hla fa anial the aear eampatga.Mr. fata.**. Be I Remedial and special techniques for slow learners

Democrat as Jerry b amillarl .. Qualified tutoring in High School Math, Algebra
u ? known throughout son Plane and Solid
.. Ida. bee tented oa the BaUroadlOnntmliilna Geometry by appointment only
sloe his election fa
.1954 wbea be defeated few eater Registration now going on
candidates, raid fa las I efaoticas
dace then has Mea vexlected fearinatatlnfly CALLL NE 4-4308
Pictured are three patrol officers marked cars for secret detail. A large attjoritfai fatbe
representing the B, T. Ken- respirator-equipped auto for accIdental -I ant primary 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
nedy Detective Agency, Opera emergencies will be Carter was oae el dkt tlaadpr
tors of the K- Patrol. The service available In a few days to ton and leaden fa the .lamoua
Is a widely-known organization ment the raddo-dispatched Southern Covcraorti Rats Cat* .
with headquarters at 1654 already in use. Just aUi-1 vhkh Knitted fa dofaar aaarr
NW! 19th st. Working out of thecompany's group of teen-age youn with the 1 % norida Arbtean
sub-office at the Red were apprehended by the K-0 and ntttbttrdt Has tats saakfaf Thoughts Have Wlngil-I Can Influence pthara With My
Wing Grocery, S200 West Bundle Patrol and reprimanded for formula, and fa addition Mdataddaw THINKING!
Park! (Drive, Lt. James Wright, swimming in the area's treacher rate |0% ilotlds3o....

Thelbert Sgt Robert Johnson Griffin and Cpl. outs 'canal waters; their parent sad States receives, tiring all af fcdcat a 8 pecs% NOW OPENING FOR THE FIRST TIME
In direct
are were sought an warned. rcdocUoa which saablal Meoida
patrol of the Opa Locka area. produces sad attejnfacrafeaa Ss For Advice and Help, Contact-
With 14 years of service to the There will be free movies at hip their product to tar aorah
community: : the B. '1'. Kennedy 1734 NW 162nd Terr., in the Opa era eoatumea market an she
outfit Is owned by Chief Kennedywho Locka: Center on Saturday evening same tad as aorthcm .eaahaturera : KSTARPsychic
'was a former Miami police at 7 o'clock, plus a big fish eoold aWp fats toartunsatatea.
officer for many years. The patrol .fry and bailbecue. Sgt. Griffin . thot aaeJJaf k posAhi
unit Is equipped: with a 2- Mill direct activities, assisted by for Borthera fadvttnr as atews osnorida. > Reader
marked car service plus 3 un ]his corporal and patrolmen. Thai sad ether fcefejht Gifted Reader
and udUrf rate seduedeaa hews .4 Reads your entire life) put,
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---- - -- - - - sae4 the ..
PUllII'I..A- JIJt..IIIJt..JItJl people of norida i .
than 997, KJl5! | ihrtftf 1..,. present future. Tells you any
tenure fa ... thing you wish to know without
WORLD FAMOUSWMBM Jerry aad ..... Carter add fee. > asking any questions.No .
BMT Mary Fraaota. Ito affemaoaJa
; a* the parsats af matter what hope, fear trouble
your or may I can and
InCa sass, Ill ol whom+ letesdsdOommluIos
Unhertirf af ........ will help youl Give time and never falling advice en all affairsof
H wat appoiatad Rain life, auch aa love, courtship, marriage, health, business
a by CoearaSrss esy Camy changes, wllla, mortgagee, law suits, lost or stolen articles,
Havdat sad fttanfa. The antraa
I hidden
ts JMM thh acatdoa aadorthree QUARANTEKDI
TOPS IN LISTENING Govcraon.. Jeny baja*

, THE KING COLEMAN SHOW d rns.tooriat prist*fadottn aadi Ss, eath pas- Gives Your Lucky Days Your Lucky Numbers
TMrte Dares .4prcfimaa.
No In trouble
one turned
away Come with or without
i o THE GOSPEL BLIND BOY SHOW Fbcktat Us b.Mdfsw wages Private A Confidential Readings-Readings for White A Colored money

THE BUTTERBALL tlectrical. alwabfaf sad
SHOW coda, sad eatahaahed ; ant
modem el hotd sad sere Note Permanent Addrtse-Take bus 16, passes door every

9 1650 N.W. 27th Avenue Miami, Fla.

t 800 ON YOUR RADIO Call TAYLOR I Hours Dally and Sunday a..... to 8 p.m,-Closed Tuesday

j') Licensed by City, State: County

,Jl--.tCII1Cft FR 9-1703. .

L /


70 Foreign Students

Visit HanlPton Institute \ $ \ k ::

till -

Hampton, Va., Hampton Institute broader view of American ways ; S'
will be host to a groupof and life and that the 50,000
70 foreign exchange students, American people who meet these
on its college campus July 2 and students will also gain under-
3, under the auspices of the stu- standing, of other cultures thru
dent Christian Association? ', according meeting these teenagers. ;
to an announcement today .
by the Rev. James M. Jones NOTICESecond at,
SCA director of Hampton Lnsti-
annual 4th of July
Representing 18 countries, these nic will be given on the beautiful pic-
students have spent the. past lawn of Allen Chapel AME : IS
school term with an American k
Church, 430 NW 22nd terr. 'r
family in the New York area. Dinners served from 11:30: a.m. {
They are part of 1$32 students to 6 p.m.Plenty .
who come fom Europe, Central
and South America, the Near and of barbecue, hot dogs, f
Far East under the sponsorshipof an<' lemonade free.
the American field service to Dinners $1.00, will be delivered -
live with an American family for 25 cents extra.

while spending their senior yea ,.. ..,.,.". _
--- - ---
in a U. S. high school. -- n k
Their stay at Hampton Is partof WARNER

a three week bus tour which HINES. ,Inc.
the American field service pro- S 2
Painting and
vides for the student at the end .
of their school year. The studentson Waterproofing Contractors 1 His Excellency Daniel A. Chap-

this tour will travel through Licensed and THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" man, Ambassaor from Ghana
eight states before Joining other Insured by City to the United States, second from
groups in Washington, D. C., and County SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1958 PAGE 11 left, stands In receiving line im-
where they will be received by 1863 NW 59th St. mediately before the National
President Eisenhower and Con- Free
Newspaper Publishers Associa-
gressional leaders. any hour v' tion's international dinner held at
The American field service Ph. NE 5-6879 e' 4 Leaders Give 9 the Benjamin Franklin Hotel,
hopes that the students, who rep- Philadelphia, last week in conjunction -
resent 18 countries, will gain a -- """"" .....:- .. .. with the newspaper
group's 20th annual convention.
--- Point Seen with Ambassador Chapman,
ProgramWashington left to right, are Philadelphia
Municipal Court Judge Theodore

; : President Eisenhower breakdown- of communications Spauldlng, alternate lUlnlted
ti1; States delegate to to UN; E.
had on his desk this weeka between the races; the bombing Philadelphia Tribune and NNPA
nine-point program urging I of churches, synagogues and Washington Rhodes, publisher,
presidential action to meet the homes; the failfure to Include host chairman; Robert O. Men-
present civil rights crisis Partic- Part III in the Civil Rights Act sar, FAMU graduate and pros *
ular reference was made to developments of 1957; the use of federal fundsto attache, Embassy of Ghana, and
in Little Rock and support Jim Crow Institutionsand Moss H. Kondrix, The Moss H.
Dawson, Ga. The program was facilities, and the denial of Kendrix Organization, Washington -
submitted to the President at a the right to vote, the Negro D. C, Ambassador Chapmanwas
White House conference on June. spokesman proposed renewal the principal speaker at the
23 by Roy Wilklns, NAACP executive of efforts to secure enactment of international banquet, which had
Utz secretary; A Phillip Ran- an FEPC law and asserted that representation In person or by
dolph, president of the Brotherhood that federal government should fcxettlngs from 50 United Nations'
of Sleeping Car Porters anda "finance continuation of public countries.
vice president of the AFL-CIO; schools where state funds are
Lester B. Granger, executive director withdrawn because of Integra-
(National Urban League, tion." prepared program left with .the
.5 S > S and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, President.
president, Southern LcadcrshLPConference. While the President listened
and asked questions/ each of the
four made brief oral statement Advertise It !
Although reporting I supporting and amplifying the I
no com- I ________ n __
mitment from the President, the
four leaders expressed the opinion 1---
that the President had indi- AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

cated a sympathetic interest in the To conform with
($10,000 $20,000 $5,000)
program precntcd to him. They
Florida LawIf
spent 45 minutes with Pres-
dent Eisenhower and U. 5, At- you have a driver's license, we can Insure you
ney General William P. Rogers. AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEARPAY
Also present were White House
A3 YOU RIDE, with little down and 8 months to pay
Nat "King" Cole presents the Los Angeles Urban I aides E. Frederic Morrow and

League's 1958 motion picture award, a gold plaque to Rocco Siciliano. SERVICE FIRST MS AGENCYOpen

Frank Ross, producer of "Kings Go Forth" which Stars I
In addition to nine points out-
Frank Sinatra, Tony Curtis and Natalie Wood Cited as lined in the statement calling for Dally end Saturdays to I p.m.
the film that "does most for better race relations and presidential leadership in voic-
645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9-5284
understanding." "Kings Go Forth"' will be released by ing the country's determinationto

United Artists in July following a world premiere in Mo- uphold the law and in meet- '
ing the Issues raised by tho -.fI. .. -
naco month (June.)


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with small down payment

Prefers GORDONSLondon I r..a

Five bedrooms with two baths $11,640

Three bedrooms with one bath $9,720 Dry Gin J -_

Three bedrooms with one bath ,$8,000

Two bedrooms with one bath $7,200All f.

with tile roof and hardwood floor .M- r w,
It' gin II gin should be. . velvety smooth.*

traditionally dry. Cordon superb liqueur quality

We also have five CBS homes at Goulds for ale on mean sustained flavor in every drink. And It*

lot 81x124 ft.. We also have 17 loU 81x124: ft., will
build to suit. These home will be shown by appoint-

ment. 7 oes no ith l/i e GORDOHS:

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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newtpaper"PAGE

12 SATURDAY, .JULY 5, :-1958Y's I In-Around The Bahamas

several envelopes or (postcards __ By A. H. McKENZIE I

Hips on pre-addressed to you. -.....-.-..........-..........-................:.:.............:......."...-
'" 1 Summer CampNeedy (Register your son today! For "
additional ,information (visit! or Fire completely destroyed the died 'during last week. Funeral
and worthy youngsters call the George Washington Bahamas Taxi Cab Union services! were held on Sunday at
going to the YMCA camp at Carver Branch YMCA, 340 NW building on Wulff :Road on June: St. Agnes by the Rev. Canon M.
Lake Placid this sturtmer: won't 13th St., FR 4-7829. 28. About 3 pm the fire start- E. Cooper, as.isled by the Rev.
just !be headed tot a casual vacation ed in the garage in the north end John Taylor.
they'll !be sailing into one SEWING MACHINES of the building where mechanicswere
of the greatest, most important r ,. working on a car with a !The Rev. Canon Cooper left j
of their enire life.It's REPAIRSFinest
adventures a woodwork this week four
: gas cylinder. All the for New York : on
up to civic organizations, repairs on all Sewing: including, the office was des- months' vacation. During hIs I
etc. to '
citizens -
parents, guarantee !
the- success of this high ad- 'Machines. Electrified parts and troyed, leaving only the con- absence the Rev. John E. Tayloris
venture. Going to camp Is a big Y attachments. Zig-Zag a special crete walls. The building was in charge of the parish.

event in the life of our kids, t ty. FR 4- 665. Jjrli partially covered by Insurance.
1 Felix Bowe, a native of
even though they might act blaseor
offhand about it. DAY CARE for small children, The "little strike" ,by three Georgetown, Exuma, died duringthe
t (Boys who strike off for camp 1627 NW 66th st., Phone PLaza men at the Hatchet Bay milk week. His body was flownto
have to break away ,from their 7-8692. and poultry producing planta- Georgetown for funeral rites.
homes, parents and old friends tion of the Harrisville Company,
And it's not always easy to leave FOR RENTROOM ended on June 20 after two Miss Louise Anderson and W.
behind everything that is secure 0Marion days. The walk-out was the result A. MiMSan of Miami were among

and comlfortalble: or everythingthat for rent at 141 NW 9th .t.! of differences between the the worshippers at St. Agnes on
is bad and delinquent as thecae See Miss Montgomery at apt. 1 manager and the men. Cyril Sunday. They were among the
might be. This is all the more Jul 5 Fountain, secretary of the Labor many Americans who invaded
true if it is the first time a on second floor Board, Randol ,F. Fawfces, .president Nassau last week. I

youngster :has been :away from TWO EDBQQM Apt.! $16.75 per of the Bahamas Federationof
Labor flew from (Nassau and
home. ,
week, in Richmond Heights.. Call
That's why we should work CE 54246. Ju19 made investigation.The LADIESWANTED
with our children now, 'before
they igo to camp. To a large extent -I 2-BEDROOM CBS house, fur- appointment o Gerald C.
our grown-up attitude will Richmond Cash and Raymond W. Sawyerto ;
Brando comes to the nished. 14681 Tyler St.
determine just how much, or screen of the LibCity Drive-in Heights. Call FR 9-1235 (office) the executive council was Make up to $100 a week
how little, they'll benefit from Friday and Saturday in Irvin ot FR 9-2059 (home) Mrs. Williams made by the Colonial Secretary's'I' selling cosmetics and home
j their summer camp adventure. Shaw's monumental bestseller"The Jyl Office on June 24. The Hon remedies. Nationally advertised -
1 As the song goes, we .!parents Eugene Dupuch completed his I
Young Lions, costarringwith TV radio
accentuate the 'positive on news
gotta Brando are Montgomery 1 OBEDROOM APT. New build- five-year term as member of
and eliminate the negative. cult and Dean Martin.Pallbearers ; Ing, just completed, 524' NiW that body on July 1 and has also papers. We pay more commissions -

BEFORE YOU SEND YOUR 22nd st. Call. FR 9-3576 of been re-appointed to serve three! and bonuses than
HI 2-9253. years. anyone

MeetThe ONE furnished On June over 300) workerson Century Laboratories
Talk to him about what you to Apt. 17 N.E. 14th Street
hope he'll accomplish this sum- Efficiency. Call PL 9-5213. a hotel construction went on
mer. Want him to learn to swimor Improved Pallbearers of a strike called by Randol

canoe? Or polish up his. ten- America i28th Annual Grand FURNISHED efficiency. Private Fawkes, ,president of the Bahamas "'
nis? Provide the camp director Session will convene July 9-1 home. 1387 NW 60th St., PLaza Federation of Labor. He :
with any information that will at St. Matthew's AME Zion 47476. changed' that more than 80 men
help him understand your child Church, 1628 NW 5th ave., Rev. had been laid off Monday with-
better and make camp a richer A. H. Ferguson, pastor. SANDWICH SHOP. Very reasonable out notice. Archie Miller, the WHEN THE
experience.Tell /Fully equipped. 6124 project's general manager, stat-
your youngster what a Wednesday night, July 9, a NW 22nd ave. See (IMr. Davis, ed that the men were notifet
great time they can have at very interesting program will be 6207 NW 22nd ave. for informa- last week that if essential sup- I TIME COMESFOR
camp. Be 'positive and enthusiastic. rendered. The public is cordially tion or phone PL 4-7476. plies did not arrved they would I
I Talk about all the new invited. Come out and be laid off.Livingston.
friends 'and mew adventures they enjoy the highlights of the evening COOL furLhhed rooms, near I

j will enjoy. Don't let them think ,planned for your plea- downtown, $7 to $12.'50. Apply N. Coakley, son of
for'a' minute they won't get Cozy -Rosy, 527 NW 5th ave.. or Mr. and Mrs Amos Coakley cf
I along just fine during their stint sure.Thursday evening, July 10, phone FR 42708.FURNISHED Georgetown, Exuma, received
away from home. the Grand Lodge Session will his Bfic. degree from the C;>1- BURIALHERE
!Be sure to supply all the essential open for business, 8 o'clock ROOM Cooking lege of Business Administration,
equipment your camp through Friday 11. Sunday, July facilities. 1986 NW 57th St. Call Northeastern University Bos-
recommends. Concentrate on 13, 3 p.m. the installation pro- NE 41290. ton, Mass., on June 15. He ma-
sturdy, knockabout clothes other gram will take 'place at Temple! jored in accountancy and minored -
than showy, spectator garments Baptist Church, 1723 NW 3rd FOR SALE in economics and has done ARE SOME
Have every article clearly marked ave., Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor some work toward the master's
to prevent loss and confusion. The public is invited to at- NICE CORNER lot in Ft. Laud- degree in education. lIe has enrolled -
And let your child do. his own tend. erdale, 3rd addition of Washing in the graduate school of Sound Tips:
packing to, with as little help education
ton Park. Terms can be arranged. for the summer.
from you as (possible. If your Host Lodge No. 1 Phones FR 1-5242: or PL He was principal of the public -
campers are 11 or younger, it Rev. Alfred 'H. Ferguson, 1-7113. school at Clinton
,, Long Is 1 Make
might 'be a good idea to give them grand presidentI Jyl2 Ian, before igoing' abroad. Mrs.- sure that you geta
DEED that the
CoakJey, his wife so
I is a teacherat
the Eastern Junior School. grave can never get

Interstate Detective Home OPA LOCKA For Sale Orville :A. Turaquest, "lost.

I who is studying to
I Two bedroom CBS, reasonable become a barrister at the Innsof : 2Makesure that the

down payment and Court In England, returned to cemetery select l

Bureau & Patrol Service balance like rent. Call mer Nassau vacation.on Sunday He vas for accompanv his sum- keeps permanent you rec

Charlie ..
Lewis ords.
- --- b J M. .rs. Turnquest, lie hopes
I BUNCHE PARK LIBERTY CITY ANDBROWNSVILLE Real Estate Salesman to return to his studies in October -
Res. FR 4-4352 .
'i \ The Interstate Detective Bureau Latham Roth & Co. 3-Make toure that the
Paltrol Division wishes to Arthur Seymour of West St.
RealtorMU cemetery has the help to
. The Interstate Dettftlve Bureauhas 8-2523
1 that
'i I announce they are now p*
1 trollng homes I and ,business an active Patrol In this area keep it beautiful.

)I places formerly patroled by Biscayne Three regular patrolmen are on
II Detective Bureau. duty here protecting bufn JOKY W. CARTERfor
I Our patrol car with bright. red properties and private home ensWANTED lUHroAJ Commits! 5-Make sure that the

w I littering Is constantly on guard Our Patrolman, Lt. Arthur GrMp 2 cemetery is a member of
1 protecting the home and bu' l. Math, Sot. Willy Walker, and the AMERICAN CEMETERY .
ness places In Bunche Park, ]7 Roosevelt Culllns have been re.s* Young man would
I i nights a week. !Iderfts In this community for 11 ASSOCIATION,
I Their patrolman, LabroakerBr 10 zu years. .They are ,TUllY like to buy a $100.00 which means it is dedi

bon, better known w "Slim"., qualified, and experienced In their share cated to high ethics and
h. been a (property' owner In capacity as patrolmen. Lt. Math any prospec principles.
the Bunche Park area commune Is has been patrol"tag here for 4
live business
Ity for eight years and enjoysan years and has built up an ex. or anything ftSUCH
excellent reputation{ there. eellent reputa'tlon In protecting
of that A
Also| a patrolman- new In that these areas. sort. CEMETERY IS

area but fully familiar with pa _.T_ .__
trol work Is Amos Drinks of the By these patrolmen making WU Jerry ..J. only on*'
Liberty CKty area. 'Recently he their: appearance In these areas. ContactHUBERT _i.e? U H. vt Un EVERGREENCEMETERY
It has lessened the number of
was credited with
preventing a
w..U t* there o* payrfcy. .
holdups, breaks,
holdup In gas station on NW and )jdtetur- T. SANDS
27th ave. bances, .s they are constantly y.| .It. .IM* bees InttniMt -
on guard and take Immediate I .t .. Mvfof tU. p.0pl. eIfhM.
The Internets Detective Bureau action when trouble arises G. T. P.O. Box 2369 acs. tern's '$11.$12.911IY'nJ.etq

Patrol Division ha* a car wherever they can be of ..... stn Md desyiagallies.

fully equipped with emergency tance.In Nassau, BahamasNEW I .... so.yhI. ea frttghf,
first aid, fire equipment and all/ three areas, Bunche
diving equipment. They also Park, Liberty City, and Browns* ptwsr ..J I PI ttUptaiM,
have an experienced diver, who, vllle area. we have a tdtal af 4 tW.t s. "...... and proMs 3065 N.W. 41st
Incldently, was on the /cane patrol cars and two unmarked ISMM .-. off!**. Jwry carrfoi St.
during" the recent drowning In cars for special Investigation' .Ill iiie applwo ..... at the.

Opa Locks. work. .., Frat Nrt: lURy with NE 4-8242

We will be constantly Improving PHONE NUMBER .. Si humor aid .
, our equipment, and services .... p4 Him t* sko.tUfd
force. by (adding 'to our patrol call our office/ or drop In and FR 9-6779 .. ifcMtpiwj fUr tot. Wh. .
inspect our equipment at
The 'Interstate Detective Bureau time. any ...&... SM ,...,.t* thai

has Its office at 2195 NW The Home Patrol ((service Is NORTH'S Wsa .. ....... lOOC eat We charge less

78th 8t Phone PL 76331. This given at a very low rurte of $2.00 TRAVEL BUREAU fsrlfe.m .
office/ atoo: has a completely I per month. The place of bush ..J rry Carbr for Corda.1tO. Yet give
equipped laboratory for handling neap are Inspected and patroledat 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave. la .T.w.... you moreTHE
all criminal photography and I frequent Intervals during the i..d AM1
t surveillance work. Feel free to night at a very nominal rate. -j S _


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family of the late,
family of the

who died on June 11, 1958, and gratefully TIMOTHY COX Minnie., Low Down Payment Easy Terms
acknowledge its sin- who died
June 25
: was held June
was laid to rest on June 19 take cerest thanks
appreciation 3 at the downtown chapel. She
this thanks method and appreciation of expressing to the to kindness their many tendered friends them for during the is survived and other by her relatives.aunt, two sisters 16245 N.W. 22nd Court

many friends and' neighbors who their recent (bereavement.To .
were so ''kind during our hour of !Funeral services for 'William Phone FR 3-7794 Mr. Beigel
sorrow. Thanks for your cards, donors of cars, telegrams, J. Wiley of 1515 NW 6th
letters, flowers, ,teleglaim and letters, cards, received, we extend -' who found place
was dead in the
Miami 1-
donations of and other our
cars (kind hearty thanks. Special river
token of sympathy. Special thanks to the (Francis Mineral was conducted Thurs
day, June 30 at the downtown
thanks to the M. S. Allen Fun- Staff and to the Rev. Aaron !Hall chapel with the
Rev. C.
eral Home 1744 NW 3rd for his consoling sermon
ave., officiating [Burial
was at Lincoln -
and Father Canon Charles F. The Nix Family Park Cemetery. Mr. Wiley Bungalows For Rent
Cooper of St.' Peter's A. O. came to (Miami over 50 years
Church for his comforting :words. CARD OF ago from Nassau and is survived -
Again thanks to everyone. THANKSThe by two sons and other rela

Aunt(Mrs.)and Freddie Family Hqplburn family of the late tives. Individually Furnished Houses ,
who departed this life on May Funeral services for H o m e r
29, ((1958, wishes to thank (the Lambert of 501 NW 4th ave. who PLAY AREAS
CARD OF THANKSWe many friends and neighbors who died June 29, will be held July ,V I .

the family of the late, were so kind to them. .dining 7 Miami in the chapel with (burial at
"' '
-- City Cemetery. He
i.neuioereavemai. t. sincere is I $15.00 WEEKLY
thanks and appreciation extendto survived by his wife, three
Bethell Williams Funeral children and other relatives.

Home, the Neighbors of 65th 617 N.W. 8th St. Mrs. Donovan Mgr.
Terr., Kellyfc? Unity Club and Range . ,
Fr. Theodore R. Gibson.A .
special thanks to friends! Sherman Adair of 1340 NW
who sent cards, cars and--floral 72nd street, died at his residence! --
pieces:> May God bless each and on Sunday, June 29. Survivors I
everyone of you. are his widow, Jessie, two !brothers .
The Family two IOns, two daughters and RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
three grandchildren. Services
will be conducted on Saturday,
IN MEMORIAMIn July 5 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Zion Bap- PRIVATE FOR HIRE
tist Church with Rev. E. T
sad /but loving memory of Graham officiating (Burial will '
my dear sister, be conducted at Paradise Memo- .Ambulance Service
ALETHA SAUNDERSwho rial Cemetery of Richmond
! died July 2, 1956. Heights.
+s 1 Sadly missed by all who FRanklin 3-5900
loved her. May she rest in peace. Mrs. Darnella Barnes of 3521 II I
Alice Butler, sister NW 214th St., New Liberty City I
r died at Magnolia Hospital June HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL
29. She Is survived by her hus-
IN MEMORIAMIn band, Hesikiah, her father, D. C.
Stewart, two sisters, three brothers
----_._ ....._. _. loving, memory of my dear and other relatives. Chapel-
ANDERSON TUKES grandmotheer, services will !be conducted on
"nu n 'n un u 4 B. Solomon Funeral Home
who passed on June 7, 1958, at July at 2 pjn. Burial will be
Jadlcsom Mronorial Hospital conducted at Lincoln Momorial
wish to thank the many friends Cemetery. (Established 1928))
who were so kind to us in our
hours of sadness. We are grate- Oscar McGee of 275 NW 11th Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service
ful to the Richardson Mortuary I Terr., apt. 8, died at his residence -
? $ u
for its wonderful services; the on June 24 He is survived Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
neighbors of NW 5th court, 5th ba sitter and other relatives -
place, 63rd street, the doctors, Arrangements are at this
staff and nurses at Jackson Me- time 'incomplete.
morial Ho=pital. (Added (thanks I
to Rev. iE. M. fThomas and Francis . 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440
members of Mt. Calvary Baptist I
Church, and to Rev. S. iA f Caesar Saunders of J4l NW
Thomas and members of Mt 9th at., died June 20 at the Para-
Sinai (Baptist Church. Again, F villa Convalescent Home, (Burial!
thanks to everybody for every- was held on July 3 at the Dade
County.Cemetery at 9:30: am. lit "A Living Service For The Living"
thing.Julia !Blake and Family Is survived by Mrs. Lula Belle
I Harden, a friend of Jacksonville

S a Infant Mr and Mrs Range Funeral HomeOSCAR

IN MEMORIAMIn Johnnie Hampton of 15121 Tyler

sad ''but loving memory of St., Richmond: (Heights, /died AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owners.

my dear aunt, ... June 28 at the Christian Hospital -
OPHELIA LEE -- Burial was held on July 1 PHONES PL 4.7468-PL 1-1331
who departed this life July 4, ANNIE RICHARDSONwho at 9 am. at the (Evergreen Ceme.
1956. departed this life July 4, terly. Survivors are his mother,
Mrs. Bernice Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
1953. Hampton father
; ,
Sleep on end take your rest,
Geraldine Ellis, Johnnie Hampton, a dater and
We love but Jesus loves
best. you you granddaughter other relatives 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida

Bertha Flowers, niece
Ronald Lee Davis, son of Mr.
And Family
IN MEMORIAM and Mr. Robert Lee of 1370
I NW 61tt st, apt. 15, died June
IN MEMORIAMIn 22 at home. Wurlal was held on
July J, 10 am. at the Dade I i
sad but loving memory of I SERVICE is our most
our ,flear husband, ]lather (and County Cemetery. He is survived
grandfather by his parents, a brother and
other relatives. IMPORTANT FUNCTION . .

-J 1 Geraldine Johnso"i' one-year-
Robr tt Barnett I
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Johnson of 1141-C NW I :
% Clarence W. Seniors
5th died ;
ave. June 29 at home.

a iI July Graveside 1, 10 services a.m. at the were Evergreen held on':' Mrs. (}wendolyn 'Saw'er Barnett

Cemetery He Is survived by hisparentc Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson
two sister and m4ny
otheer relatives.Mrs. .

Beatrice Johnson of 1969
NW 5th Court, died June 27 at
Jackson Memorial 'Hospital.
Funeral services will be held Fri
day, July 4, 3 pm rt St. Paul
K AME Church Rev S. iE. Sneed
officiating Survivors are two
... liters, Mrs. Bertha (Bethel and
Mrs. Olivia Tinker, I brother, ,
Joseph Johnson and other rela
tives. UNERAL HOMES Inc.
In sad but loving memory of
I44 our: dear father tad grandfather *
Man, 86, Found
-_ REV. S. A. SAMPSON Dead in River r MAIN OFFICE
JAMES W. BETHEL who departed this life July 4, I.
who departed U i*'.life J"15, 1949.May The body of William Davies 230 N.W. 7th St.. Phone FR 7tOll"I'
1952. Gone, but "forgotten., he rest in pence. Wiley 86 of ISIS NW SLrth-pi? ; '1; I.I' I..
Eva A. Bethel, %ife The Family was found early Sunday floating '
Leola Cambridge, daughter In the Miami River near the BROWNSVILLE

Beatrice Mite, daughter fifth street bridge. 2936 N.W. 46th St. Phono NE 33231II .
Marie Richardson, daughter Wiley had been reported
Eustace A. Bethel, son Drive Carefully jj missing since Friday. An autopsy ':' ',-
Aid Grandchildren showed be drowsed,
I i

Attend NAACP ASKS he cannot look ,beyond race in his
[MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Witnesses to decisions has no business beingon

14 I SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1958 New YorkConvention, PEOPLE TO the federal bench.
Sen. Byrd of Virginia, all of
WIRE IKE whose official acts during his political -

-.............................///NN/NI11......................./N/N...................... Jehovah's Witnesses from the issued a life statement have been praising antl-"Negro, "Judge
Miami West Unit today announced NEW YORK (t\NP-The) Lemley to. the skies.HARLEM .
plans are under way to NAACP set in motion an organized -
Good Morning JudgeNews attend an international conven- effort through Its branches I
i tion of Jehovah's Witnesses in +his week, to ask peopls'; everywhere SQUARE
New York city this summer. In the country to wire I SWEET SHOPA
From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court President Eisenhower. The re-

JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, PresidingBy Mr.the Crump local group, presiding, ,said the ministerof con- qaon, signed by Roy Wilkins c.xec'txe FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
cmary: sujycstPd< \hat
Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer vention could well be the largestin I the! president sjx"Uc; aut in a na- COLD CUTS COSMETICS

......... the history of Jehovah's Wit- t'.)'' 'ide pronouneen.ii. \that! the
NINI/MINI NNNN NN ININ ININ NNN 1 NNI I1/11111INNIN /INN 11 1 1111111 11 208 N.W. 10th St.
nesses. It is scheduled for July law will be viguru.ii'v upheld,
(Following a concentrated ly, both charged with disorderly 27 through August 3 and will be win'!: all resource at ins ccm-
crack-down !by local police on conduct by using profanity and held in Yankee Stadium and the nand.
the recant crime wave In the with disorderly conduct by Polo Ground, simultaneously.The I
:Miami area a total of 119 cases fighting., Each was fined $50 or Wilkins asked tint wires bo
last international conven- sent to Atty. Gen. William P,
was listed for trial on the docketof 20 days.
tion, attended by many local Rogers, Ju>tico Department.Washington .
the day In Judge John D.
Johnson's Municipal Court on Willie Jasper Johnson, charged Witnesses, was held in 1&53 in D.C. urging thai 1 the SECOND AND
Monday morning, June, 30. with drunk, disorderly con- Yankee Stadium and reached a department file a brief and that I FIRST MORTGAGES
duct by using profanity. fined peak attendance of 165,000 including '- it join in appealing Judge Harry I
The courtroom was Jammed $25 or ten days. the overflow audiences. J. 'Lemley's decision to del a y t I I
with an over-capacity crowd longbefore Watchtower. officials, Mr. Crump integration in Little Rock.
the first case was called Herschel Robinson, charged, said have arranged this year for
by the bailiff. The crowd remained with carrying concealed weapon the program to be held in both Judge Lemley, a dyed-in-the- YES TOYOUR REQUEST
I throughout most of the (Ca life), aaault! and battery places, with mot program features wool southerner from Virginia!
; day. with hands on Lillie Mae Rob- at the Polo Grounds immediately says that the way of life, mean- e
inson, and assaut with a knifeon following the first ing segregation, is a tradition ,1\
Somewhat difficult to believe Lillie Mae, fined $75 or 30 presentation In Yankee Stadi- with him. NAACP adherents con-I
was the case of Miss Flora Jones, days on the three charges. tend that a man so. that
of 40 NW 10th St., apt. 22, who um.The
was charged with assault with a Robert Stillman, charged with Watchtower Bible and .
j carrying concealed weapon (a Tract Society, governing agency
gun on Mrs. Lovie Lee Lusby of
j 240 NW 9th st. The strange Incident knife), fined $50 or 20 days. for Jehovah's Witnesses, has REACTIVATION HEALTH CENTERHours
J been making special travel arrangements -
I occurred about 7 o'clock Saul Hurst : 10:00
charged with a.m. to 10:00: p.m.-By Appointment
for foreign delegates
Saturday night, near the home
carrying a concealed weapon (a
\ where Mrs. I/usby lives. knife), fined $50 or 20 days but Many served in missionaries other lands will who also have be SERVICES:-Swedish Massages, Whirlpool Baths, Therapeutic
Mrs. Lusby told the court that the fine was :suspended. brought to the United States for Baths, Colonic I Irrigations, Electronic Spot Reducing Electronic

Miss Jones had driven her car Eddie Frank Murphy, charged the Bible convention! Purpose of Facials, Facial Massages and Packs, Light Therapy, Toning
Into ,the driveway on the Lusby's with sleeping on private property the gathering is to provide stim- Therapy, Rubdowns, Rehabllttatlon Therapy, Mechanical Gym
home and when \she asked her and with malicious mischief ulus for the New World Societyof
to move her car up a little eo that (destruction of a water pipe In Jehovah's Witnesses in Chris- Sue Harris, R.N., P.T., Director Willie C. Coffee, Masseurer
she could drive her car In to the the precinct jail cell, property of tian association, Bible instruc-
parking space, Miss Jones refused the city of Miami, valued at $75)). tion and ministerial training. Phone FR 3.3381 276 N.W. 6th Street
to do so. A few words were This, Mr. Crump said, is in accordance -
Fined $10 or four days on the SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN HOTEL
exchanged between the two first changed' 'but the fine was with provisions made
then, according to Mrs. Lusby, suspended, sentenced to 30 days for God's people in Bible days.
Miss Jones began to use some on the second charge.ASTHMATICS. 1
profanity and finally pulled outa Henry Turner, assistant con-
gun and threatened to shoot, gregation servant, stated that it
both Mr. and Mrs. Lusby. Mr. is not yet ?known how many Wit- SEE THE
Lusby substantiated his wife's nesses from the area will attend
testimony.In but, he added, special travel arrangements WORLD'SGREATEST
her defense Miss Jones had Want simple, effective relief from are being made by
i two witnesses, one of which said choking, racking bronchial asthmatic (plane, train, bus, etc.. He said
Mrs. Lusby had a knife and Mr. spasm? Get genuine further it may be necessary to
Lusby had a piece' of iron at Miss Breatheasy see what you've make limited meeting arrange-
Jones. Both witnesses, however, been missing! There's no ubstl. ments or cancel local meetings COLORED
admitted that Miss Jones did tute for original Breatheasy !Inhalant altogether during convention
have the gun. Miss Jones admit- And 'nebulizing set. Get time
ted grabbing the gun, but declared comfort by breathing! Guaran PSYCHIC
that she did so only after the teed.J.
husband and wife had a knife A J DRUG DEPT. STORE Advertise It READER
and Iron at her. 1410 N.W. 62nd St., Miami, Fla. Pays
Judge Johnson apparently refused ---- -., ' .. "
4 4' ..
::: : rl .I t.v"WI '
to accept the charge that
the Liteby's, had a knife and a PROF.
piece of iron at Miss Jones.. The Furnished ApartmentsAS
judge explained to Miss Jones
that she was on private property -
; to which the Lusby's hart pref- LOW AS
erence, because they art tennantsIn ,
the building for which the BUNTER
driveway and parking space have per week _ _
been provided Miss Jones admitted -
that she did net have a LIGHTS GAS & WATER INCLUDED PROF. HUNTER
permit to carry the gun, but declared If you are sick, worried or In trouble this U the

:I for a local that business she was firm a, collEctor and that Select Your Own Brand New Furniture Which place to come. Don't Uj In the rut, push back the

\ she carried the sun for her pro- Becomes Yours veil of bad luck that teems to hold you in your track,
tection. The Judge reprimanded and advance forward by the help of God under the
'i. Miss Jones for carrying the gun leadership of Prof. Hunter who has
30 of
I experience
without a permit, and then Unfurnished Apis. $14 weekSEE in spiritualist
found her guilty of the chage and occult science. Make your
her and fined her $75 or 30 days home happy He will show you how to bypass your
The gun was confiscated by the SAM B. SOLOMON AT enemies and get the things that life demands for you.

I \Among other cases heard and BONDED COLLECTION/ AGENCY
disposed of ,were the following:

llamp Miller, charged with assault 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 3.8416 V

with a gun on Lucille Miller .
qd fined $75 or 30 days. : -. t_ ...;... : .-.. .

David Young, charged with asSault 1C1CC1(1PII.1CC1Ct(1ICIt(1C'C1(1C'I1IlC1I'ClC'C1I'nIftIC1I(lClICI
and battery Jean
on Betty
Young. Mrs. Young did not come HOP ATBarkley's
to the trial. Young ,was tined $10
cost of court, and a bench warrant Cut Rate
will be issued for Mrs.


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., . .. . . . .. ," THE MIAMI TIMES The People Newapaper"SATURDAY

I JULY 5, 1958 >, PAGE 15


E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar 4th Ave. and 16th Terr.
Veronica O'Rrry, reporterSUNDAY Phone FR 9-1424


Dail1 _................_._........_ a am.
Church School and Adult Sunday ..._...... 7 ajn. & 8:30 a.m.
Bible Class ?.-..-....... 9:30 am
Solemn Sung Mass and TRIUMPH CHURCH

""""---- -' Sermon ................ 11:00 am.
Episcopal YoungChurchmen Prince H. Mobley, pastor

ST. JAMES BAPTIST BETHEL BAPTIST EBENEZER METHODIST ................ 5:30 pm. Sister L. McAnny, reporterThe

323 N.W. 14th St Rev.Richmond Heights I Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor Solemn Sermon Evensong......_.....and........ 7:30 pjn. subject of the lesson on
Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor L. R. Ross, Pastor Ernestine Hanbrick reporter TUESDAY Sunday past was "A SpokesmanFor

Sunday Services Services were as usual last This week Acolyte Practice ..........._....... 6 p.m God." Lesson found in I
Sunday School........... 9:30 a.m. Sunday with Sunday School beginning we're welcoming WEDNESDAYLow Samuel 2:12 321: Memory verse:

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 a.m at 9:30 am. and largely- back our pastor who has been Mass ....................... 6:30 am And Samuel grew, and the Lord
BTU ............................... 5:30 p.m. attended. away attending conference at the Evensong, Meditation aid was with him and did let none
Evening Worship ............ 7:30: p.m. Trinity Methodist Church in Confirmation Instructionfor of his words fall to the ground.
On Friday, June 27 Sanford. He and delegates are
Visitors always welcome intendent, Claudius Joni our ,super-will busy expressing their enjoyment Adults ...... 8 pmTHURSDAY The subject of the YPE band

be away for a month on his va- while in Sanford was "The Great and Strong
CORINTH BAPTIST cation. We wfch to add a note of Mrs. J. L. Dixon and Mrs. Ber- St. Mary's ChoirRehearsal People"
._....... 5:30
congratulations to Mr. Jones for nice Hall are back after attend- p.m.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Sunda the wonderful way he has work- ing two weeks with the Schoolsof FRIDAY The evening devotional servicewas
at Mt. Olive Primitive Mission in St. Cecelia's Choir Guild conducted by Bro. D. Cars-
Baptist ed so :patiently in the building of Wavedyard, Miss
Church. and Jacksonville, Fla. Rehearsal .._......:...... S pm well. The service was very high
our Sunday School. We the mem-
Sunday School ..............._.._... .::30 bers wish him a happy and safe Holy Communion will be administered Note: Masses on All Saint and and the Lord was glorified. The
Morning worship _.........?. 11:JO vatcation 'I i at both services on- Holy Days .................._...... 8 am testimony meeting was opened up
Evening Service ................... TSO: Sunday. You're invited to attend by Bro. R. L. Carswell and many
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor, The pastor delivered an inspiring both services. more followed. The sermon for
gospel preacher and successful sermon at morning worship ST. MARY'S W. M. the evening was delivered by

pastor. His sermon was spirituallyand I I Choir No. 1 will be rnoharge Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporterRev Rev. D. "Griffin text, "Come
fully enjoyed by all. After of class meeting on Tuesday E. A. Culmer, pastor unto me. The sermon was
most Inspiring. The church rally
the sermon and invitation was I:
St. Matthew AME ZIon extended for members, we were Attention women. Time is Sunday School began at the is still in :progress and everyone
nearing. Get the band
on wagon Is asked to do their best.
1628 N.W. 3th Ave. very happy to have all who connected and let's have a great financial usual hour with Miss Helen

Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor themselves ''With us, one success. Remember, we must be Trotman acting superintendent SALTERS CHAPEL AME

Sunday School............... 9:45: axn was the pastor's daughter, who better than the men. Captains, Rev. H. V. Stuart gave a general -
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m has just returned home from col- you are urged to make a financial comment on the lesson. Ruth Twiggs, reporterRev.
Evening: worship ........... 7:30 p.m lege.Our I report each Sunday to Mrs. Services began at 11 ajn. with J. S. Blake, pastor
juniors did a beautiful job Margaret Clarke. Those of you the pastor in charge. lie preached -
GREATER NEW BETHELMrs. in conducting in the service. Our who are not working with a cap from St. Mark 2:2, "God Is In' Lord, who shall abide in thy
Junior choir were truly spiritually tain are urged to pay $10. So The House." Everyone was tabernacle, who. shall dwell in
R. Conley, clerk wonderful in their singing. let\s get the 'ball rotting. Lefs touched !by the Holy Spirit. No. 1 thy holy hills? He that walketh
Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor make Woman's Day a great day choir rendered music with their uprightly and worketh righteousness : -
At 3:00: p.m. was the climax of organist, Mrs. G. McFord and No. and spoaiketh the truth in
Deacon F. Samples presidedover the baby contest which was a NEW BETHEL BAPTIST 2 ushers served. his heart."
the Sunday School Sunday. success. There was a short pro-
The superintendent and our pas- (gram that was enjoyed by all. It I 1571 N.W. 68th Terr. At 5 p.m. we visited the church Sunday School began at the

tor was attending the ministers was conducted exceptionally Rev. G, Jones, pastor at Delray Beach. Our pastor led usua 1 hour with the assistant

and Deacon's Union in Carvers fine by the mistress of ceremony Sunday School........... 9:43: a.m. the devotion and the services superintendent, Miss! Barbara
Ranch. The topic, "A SpokesmanFor our own Sister Nellie West. I Morning worship .................. 11:00: were turned over to the womenof Boban, in charge and all teachersat
God" was taught to seven Evening worship .................... 7:30: St. Mary's Mrs. E. K. John- their posts. At 11 a.m. the
clashes. Rev. Modary highpoint- To the many lovely babies that son acted as mistress of cere- I message was delivered by Rev"

ed the lesson to a total atten- partlciated In the program. We Ml. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. monies. She read one of her favorite A. Gallon.
dance of 98 pupils. wish to thank their parents and poems, "God is my Supply." I
the chairman and those who E. M. Thomas, pastor Addresses were given (by Mrs. The ACE League met at 5:30:
:Devotional service started at aided them in making this an- Oretha Holder. reporter Lottie Taylor and Mrs. J. R. p.m. The 7 pjn. devotional service -
11:30: a.m. The serving auxiliarieswere nual occasion a success. Evans. A panel discussion followed was very devotional. Our
choir No. 2 and Usher The JuneElizabeth Giving honor to God the services wig Mrs. E. K. Johnsonas I 7th annual Women's Day w a I
Board No. 2. first prize went to at our church began with narrator. The subject was tak- : organized with Mrs. Agnes Davis -
Fisher for raising the the Sunday School with Roose- en from Psalm 127, read by Mrs.L. as general chairman. Come
Our own Rev. B. Black delivered largest amount. ($269.00). Second I velt !Denson in charge. The Ingraham. Panelists were: and worship with us. You are

the message On the topic, prize, Eddie Louise Knox school was of large attendanceas Mrs. M. Rolle, Mrs. G. Wallace, always welcome.We .
($243.77)). Third prize Roslyn
"Lord What Will Thou Have Me usualAt Mrs. S. Farrlngton, Mm. R.Rob-
Hunter ($208.77). Total amount extend to Mrs. Claudia Rob-
to Do? His text was taken from 11 ajm. an insiring de- erts, Mrs. G. Bain, Mrs. L. In
the 9th chapter of Acts and the $1,429. votional service was conductedwith graham, Mrs. S. Dawkins.It inson our deepest sympathy in
6th verse. He made eefforts to The BTU first meeting was soul-stirring prayers. Music the death of her father
persuade Christ followers to be held at 5:30 the for the morning was fumkhed was written by Mrs. E. A.
: p.m. and
always ready and willing to accept ident, Brother Roosevelt Presi-I by the No. 1 choir. The messagewas M Culmer and was very spiri- ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL
and do the will of the Lord. is the future delivered by the pastor tual. Everyone was inspired and
son: asking coop-and from Ephesians 4:11: "Walk Wor- we had a hallelujah time at Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor
eration of all members
Evening devotion started at thy." It was well delivered and Ebcnezer W. M Church, Delray Nathaniel Thomas, reporterIn
7:30 p.m. The serving auxiliaries friends. I received by all present. Beach.
were Choir No. 7 and Usher Our Sunday afternoon at 5:30 BTU unity Sunday School was
evening service climaxing
Board No. 3. wonderful enjoyed was held with Bro. Smith in The 7:30 devotion was led by called to order by singing, "Jesus
a day was
our pastor, and Rev. H. V. Stuart Keep me Near The Cross" at
Our own Rev. C. MoClary delivered through the uplifting sermon, our charge.! A unique surprise! pro- brought the message on the 9:45: a.m. by Brother MoSwain. A
the message on the subject visiting guest Rev. Suggs of Birmingham gram was presented during the theme, "God Knows The Heart," very interesting lesson was taught
"A Final Cry" as revealedto Ala. We are always program period. which was spiritually strong. The "When God Speaks.'
him from the 27th chapter oi very happy and honored to have Sunday night devotional was Joint choir rendered music with
St. Matthew and the 46th verse such a distinguished minister as! conducted by the deacons. Music the organist of Ebenezer and The Vacation Bible School will

lIe stated that even In the the Rev. Suggs. I was furnished !iby the No. 2 choir. their whets served.TEMPLE be held, beginning Monday, July
hour of death, Christ was still I The message was delivered by 7 from 10 ajm. to 1 p.m. All are
making a final cry for the sav- The pastor, Rev. L. R. Ross our assistant pastor, Rev T. L. welcome A .special section will
wishes to thank everyone tor I Chalk, subject. "Witness That BAPTISTRev. for adults.
ing of mankind, and likewise, be every Tuesday
their efforts, their support, and He is Able." week concert
we too should strive until death During the last a
their services throughout the L. A. Thompson, pastor
for this came cause. day In our prayers us remeem- will be /given when refreshmentswill
ber the sick and those in need The men of the: Church are be served.
Fellowship service was held TRINITY WESLEYANRev. of spiritual guidance. Visitors are
asked to meet Saturday at :
after worship for our new mem- always welcome. A wonderful message was given -
bers. George E. Johnson, pastor pjn. to make final arrangementsfor Rev. Jones on Sunday
Andrews the observance of Men's Day
Mrs. Phyllis reporter
PRESBYTERIAN Night service was carried -
NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Sunday School .._...... _.,. 9 sun. GRACE Covenant meeting will be at morning.out by Deacon Sneed. Music

Morning worship ................... 11:00 Rev. James Culmer, pastor 11 a.m. and the Lord's Supper for the day was rendered by No.
James E. !Brown Young People's Meeting 5 p.m will ,be administered Sunday
pastor Eddie: Edwards, clerk 2 and 3 choirs. The message was
Bro. Vanden fiovan, reporter Sunday School .......*....... 9:30 a.m. morning and evening. delivered by Sister McCoy.
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. Morning worship ........._..... 11:00 .The Willing Workers, DeaconA.
Our services throughout last Westminister Fellowship m. 6 p.m J, (Henna, oprt'I dent, will have In our prayers let us remem-
Sunday were most inspiring and O. W. Foster, pastorA. their quarterly championship ber the sick and those in need of
heart warming with the pastor in L. Johnson reorter BAPTIST Visitors
FRIENDSHIP program at 3:30: p.m. An Interesting spiritual guidance. are
charge and delivering a very We assembled around the program is promised. always acknowledged.
wonderful sermon. The youths of Rev. C. J. Burnoy, pastor
church pool at 9 a.m.. Five were
the church did a great Job in Foster of- Claudia Wilson reporter
baptized with pastor
furnishing the music for our SPECIAL DISCOUNT SALE'SOUTHERN
'ficiating. Sunday school was We had a wonderful time on
morning devotions. Sunday coming timely Theme: "A Spokesman Sunday beginning with the Sun- CHOIR
School will begin
Sunday -
for God." The 11 am. devotional day School. Our piaster tend a
at 9:30 a.m. with the super- service was spiritually high.' I large number of the members GOWNS COMPANY
intendent Deacon J. D. Brown
board and
usher and
Junior Ministers'
Shiloh attending the
in charge.At Junior choir rendered eervice. Deacons' Union. Therefore our 216 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami

\ 1 ajn. morning service choir Pastor Griffin delivered a soul own Bro. William Slater delivered FR 4-2737 FR 1-8011

No. .1 and usher board No. 1 stirring message taken from St. the morning message, text, Room 212
will be in charge.At Matthew 3-11, theme "The Sec- Hebrew 11:1, "Have faith in
ond Baptismal." God." Custom made choir gowns

our 7 pjn communion service our pastor will deliver the At 5:45 pjn. BTU was called The junior choir rendered the Highest Quality!!
message. to order. Group discussion was, music for the morning. The
"Christ the Pillar and Groundof evening music was rendered by Lowest
Our pastor will leave next Truth. At 7 p.m. Antioch's the No. 2 choir. The message was ,
month to render services in Nas- usher board No. 2 and male delivered by Bro. Paul Freeman. From $10.95
sau, Bahamas. The church fe choirs served as (Pastor Foster
IS* "He Loves
St. John :
Text, New Styles Old Style! .
from -
safe and a the taken
praying for him a trip brought message Us." Both were delivered -
speedy return and the male Daniels 3:17-18 "We cannot with much messages Choice of Finest Fabric

members of the church are workIng bow in times like these.* It The No. 2 usher power.board was in Cap Collar Stole

wholeheartedly to bring youa was a very inspiring sermon as charge of the d y's services. We
most wonderful and successful Rev. Foster preached out of his want all of our friends and visi- All Color and Combination

Men's Day program which will in soul. tors to know that they were Larry Dlekott will call on you at ne
convene the Fourth Sunday welcome la our midst Come to
Jefferson Let us visit our sick member : oblto.Uoa
July Deacon Henry
to Friendship where warm welcome -
always welcome worship -
You are
the occasion
our chairman for with us. u.. awaits you at all times.


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\ j \ \ r Moore Is home from her New I
\ PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JULY 5,1958 I York vacation her Sister Dian is WERE THERE ,
\ :
sure to 'be home from Ft. Pierce
t . The Dr. Colstons departed on The Phelos of !Miami, gave a
their extended vacation Wednesay party for the Rhoettes, a girls
rll h which is scheduled to take group, sponsored by the Sigma
them to Panama, Guatamala Gama Rho Sorority in Miami at
Mexico and home by Dallas. the home of :Mr. and Mrs. M.

, Montgomery, 1760 NW 55th St., i
\ TALK last Friday evening.

: 0 'OWNBOBBIE I The party was enjoyed by Its

.. SERMAINS John many guests of teenagers. Among
and them were Lucius :Reeves, HelenMi
I It. iVaCKNf ImDER9 I Roundtree exchanged nuptial ehelK< fT, Stuart. Greer Jr.,
': vows last Sunday . Ditto An- J\ldeltjie
I dell Mary Nesbitt, Norman Love,
Rutherford and Hubert Ed-
iII I MIAMI . ,. wards . Cute wedding bells invites Barbara Squire, Willie Mitchell,
white. He claims tne cast will go for Ulysses White, Emmie Cook,
I r, ....TIHS IS the city. Vacation time real soon . Much has been and Herbert Collins.Jeeaw Rinehardt Crawford IlIad ley, Alena Martin, THE MILDER BOURBON
It's .
I is Miami time. Round the clock said about the recent gala week. . For Jean Aug. 15 Patrick Cooper, Wilbert Gamey, Kwtucky$treIM lwkM Msk.rM .s\'II.ON'\.
'I; Happenings If it's entertainment end. The sub marine ,base extending Morley, the wedding Carroll and band Oscar Charmadne Marls Gloria Mit- Pivot." CAnelMt Act Wit coy,..*........
t I you are looking for. You will a four-day holiday to its solemn nuptial! is and chell and Sumner Sweeting. ,
l' I have to go a long! way to top employees. It 'Was plenty of timeto mass July 20,
Church of the
4 Larry Steele and his Smjarty celebrate. Incarnation . To top things off, the Casuals,
The Arthur McGayhee to cele- who are appearing at the Club Call TAYLOR
) It's a Miami Beach gig, and loaded -
i'j:;1 with pretty Septan babes . brate their 8th on August 8 . Royale' sang a (few songs along
I Beaulah and Yours chalked with the other entertainment -
1,1, Reports from 75th street, home Truly great FR 9-1703
years on June 22. there.
of the Club; Jim Jam is that I

11 I Blanche Calloway and her gang ...MOST RECENT rookie police
y.I,' threw a, humdinger ot a party man, Clement Thomas, undid his
for Chickie' Home prior his : badge long enough, to take in a
Nassau merger. The'Jim Jam is Booker Terrace CelebrityNite Fair Realty is Easy to Buy FromVISIT
the spot this side of the Venetian happenings . Pauline Hayesand
Way. ,- Lena Hayley helped to make
the .- I wonderIf
outing lively
Bernice returned OR CALL TODAY. PL 7-1645
SAMMY (Fatha) WILLIAMS Sgt. Boyd .
I;.f from (Unit 324 of General Hospital -
and his Hammond organ to replace -
; ) Ft. Benning, Ga. (summer
t Sambo Harrison and group
H 1 saw Reuben Mitchell and Earl
Williams enjoying their celeb- i ,

., rity Monday evening show
this week . BTW's alumni association -
Students' Farewell :Ballis ?
being planned for Aug. 2B .. f
The name Candy Williams glit-
ters on Club Royale's marquee,
replacing Bull Moose Jackson.
The Bull camped at this 62nd st,
rendezvous for quite a spell.
CARVER HOTEL !I' (preparing I
to really celebrate the Fourth.
They will open the much talked
about' Star Lite Roof for dancingand
entertainment.ON .

The ride down to the South- P rly'urtdI
ernmost city (over sea most of
r the way) is really amazing., There I
Is nothing like It anywhere in the

U.S.A.. We motored down to our f . ,. .
: hometown over the weekend, climaxing F *
a week vacation. We k
were surprised the once wide
open island city closed like a
drum . The Regular Fellows Leonard Spearman was cle'Ct- WHY PAY RENT
(popular social club) (have comea I ed to membership in the National .
long way. They have a spacious Educational Research Associ- I ',.! w
club house, only one name we ation recently, according to officials ... ,'' 1, "
failed to see on the roo.ter-Ar- of the association.' Mr. .. "> 3 NORTH MIAMI BEACH
thur "Key West" Sands. 'Tis true Spearman is an associate professor -
he's on. this end of the mainland of education at Florida A&M NEW CBS
but there's an honorary space reserved University. His current articlesare 3-BEDROOM Only $395 NO CLOSING COSTS
hey Fellows? "Consideration of WISC

Scores Relationship to ReadingProblems" HURRY!! LAST ONE LEFT! HURRY!
VAUDETTE MINGO and petite which appeared, in the
Marva (Gallagher) Shield occupied Florida A&M Research !Bulletin -
the table that received most and "A Study in Values: The KITCHEN AND BATHROOM LARGE LOT. CITY WATER. CLOSETO .
attention during my visit with Hopi Indian" in the Quarterly BURDINE'S SHOPPING CENTER, BUSSES, CHURCHES. SEE
the Regular Fellows, I am grate- Review of Higher tiducation.!: The THE PINK HOUSE WITH FLAGS FLYING.. THE BEST INVESTMENT I

ello ful to and my Jean sister-in-law, Coneu- young professor is now prepar- YOU CAN MAKE. CORNER N.E. 151ST TERRACE AND N.E. I
Hayes for the
ear- ing two more articles for publication -
; ly outing . Henry Saurez claims this fall. They are "Stu- 15TH COURT. BE SMART. BUY NOW!! .f
that opening on civil service
dent Achievement: 9 Personality
board is his by rights and recognition Variable" and "Superintendent of
of his recent attempt to Public Instruction: A Leader in $495 DOWN INCOME 4 APARTMENTS ,
I seek public office . My old Delinquency Control.! Mr.
I i friend Allen Smith (wife Agnes) Spearman returned to the Flor- See ,1372 N.W. 77th St. We have 3 BEDROOMS EACH .
are planning a New York trip ida A&M faculty from a three- I I I keys. 2 bedroom with CBS sleep I
this week. Their
via, received her B.A.daughter this, Syl- year leave of absence where he ing porch. Can be used for 3 or //4 Hallandale. One year new CBS. t
In the !Big Town. summer pursured graduate work towardsthe bedrooms. Priced right. Buy' now. Yes, 4 apartments, modern kit
t I doctor of philosophy degreein chen and bathrooms. A real good
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