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Officials from the homicide: Homicide t Defective m r n i 421" 1 tier and Archie McKay rur- ed it into. the girl's breast. She t
TO FACE FIRST department raid the capture of Bush and Patrolman Eusen: rP*sed Gibson at the home of a died an hour later at Jackson I
the killer was brought about by I W: 2? 1/lative at 1818 NW First Ave.A Memorial hospital.
DEGREE MURDER intense pufblic! interest in the 0 / switch-blade knife with \Miss Sweeting's sister said I
CHARGEJoe case and good community coop' a 3& inch blade was foundin they had never seen the man
eration. the house, officers said. before.

Louis Gibson, 27, has con-! The break in the case came The bus driver, a passenger,
I NO MOTIVE FOR SLAYING and the dead girl's sister picked
fessed the maniacal ,slaying of when Detective Kenneth Jones
17-year-old high school senior I rememlbered crosecuting a man I 'Wollce never found a motive Gibson's photograph' from seven
Fredericka Sweeting aboard a in Judge John D. Johnson's for the slaying. She and her sis- others simultaneously.THREE .

Miami 'Transit bus Saturday Municipal Court in April for unprovoked ter were returning from a teen- OTHER WOMEN
night. i knife attacks on four age dance at. Booker T. Wash- STABBEDIn
The confession came Thursday different women. Jones pickedthe ington High School when the
night after intense questioning by picture out of the files andit killer stabbed her. adltion to the fatal stabbhu,
Miami detectives after Gibson was run in the Miami Heraldon She was. sitting in the front of of Miss Sweeting, police reported
had been captured Wednesday Tuesday. Hundreds of calls the bus when two men, described three other stabbings with l
without a fight In a police drag- from, this section came in from as about 30, started out the knives and an ice pick late Fri-
net. He will be charged with citizens giving bits of Information door. The shorter man abruptly day night.
first degree murder. ; and leads on the case. JOE LOUIS GIBSON whipped out a knife and plung- Continued on page 9
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35TH YEAR, NO. 46 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1958 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES




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: Nat'l AAU Track Honors I P }1 M



. WIN TRIP TO .


MOSCOW JULY 27 6 Juveniles Arrestedfor f

i t MOKRISTOWN, N.J. Five
girls from Tennessee State University -
in Nashville won most of
?: the honors last Saturday in the Robbing Phones
Women' National AAU Track
and Field Championships. They r
. will be members of a team of 20 I Metro safety deputies arrestedsix
which will meet the Russians in ---_._--_._-____.____. u__ I I juveniles Wednesday In the
a dual meet in Moscow July 27- looting of 16 pay telephone
booths in the Brownsville area
28.Margaret Mathews, 81-year- Damage to the equipment
old Junior from Atlanta, broke amounts to $1,300.
the American record for the Deputies said the youths admitted -
broad jump and won three gold N the vandalism and other
medals to take Individual honors. thefts in the area from 22nd to
Miss Mathews cleared 20 feet, 32nd ave. and 40th to 70th st ki
one inch on her final. leap for her Metro police reported that in ,
, broad jump victory and earned all cases, with the exception of .1 s
herself a trip to Moscow. She one the receiver was left intact ,, l
later also won the 100-yard dash The tops of the instruments were 1
in 11.1 ,seconds and anchored I torn off, exposing the change
Tennessee State's flash ,440-yard boxes, which were pried out.
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relay team in ,".9 seconds. : :
!Mrs. Earlene Brown., 226- FIRST AIRLINE

pound housewife Olympian from' A,114..'
Los Angeles broke meet recordsin HOSTESS OUT

the discus (152-5W( ) and the KANSAS CITY Trans World ;
shot put (47-( J,1)) and won another Airline disclosed Thursday Miss 1r ,r t W k Ii. ,
t
trip abroad. Margaret Grant, hired as the I qm.y. .,yelp \ppJA ,V I fa Wl A% 4 I /w t I a PKI jT Nk Y y
Twenty places on the U. S. I line's first Negro hostess, had
team, which will meet the Russians yI r resigned.The Times Icnsman Dave Bondu caught this trio of tal-
in a dual meet in Moscow airline said physical examinations I
r. ented cuties lounging around the Sir John Hotel pool.
July 27-28, were decided by disclosed she had,
Saturday's championships on Mrs. Katie E. Whlckham, unknown to her, a rare non-in- Hadda Brooks, Barbara McNair and Rose Hardaway, all
Memorial Field. The team will president of the National Beauty fectious disease which would were doing night club engagements on Miami Beach at
be announced today. Culturiits League, Inc., and the have been aggravated by flight
!In most cases the top two in National Institute of Cosmetology duty the time. Swimming anyone?
r etch event, except the 60-yard says of the coming national
r t" dash and. 440-yard run, will convention of the group, which
meets In Miami July 28 thru
make the team.
Five championship meet records :- Auguit 7 of this year: Maid Delivers OWO--'Baby I
. were shattered. One American "I am extremely gratified to
. record was bettered (the the state of Fla., Its beauticians
broad Jump) and another w a si and citizens for the opportunityto
I tied. That was in the 220-yard bring the 39th annual convention A Miami Beach maid who fig
dash when Olympian Lucinda of the National Beauty ured the might lose a long
b.F Williams of Tennessee State beatt Culturists League and the National ((0-Year-Old Drownsin sought job she just landed that
defending'champion Isabel Dan- Institute of Cosmetology day, delivered her awn baby
kls, a teammate, by two yards to the city of, Miami. Tuesay night and hid It In a
in 24.3 seconds. Ever since the state of Floridawon suitcase in a closet.

t IMls Mathews' Jump eclipsed the vote two years ago in Miami RiverThe The employer of Mrs\ Millie
the mark of 19-11 and three- Washington, D. C., to entertain Walton, 22, didn't learn of the
quarters set by teammate Willie the national convention in MI- baby's (presence in her home at
White in finishing second In the for- 8125 Hawthorne until
t, ami, I have been looking ave. she
1954 Olympia at Melbourne ward, day after day, with all body of William Donaldson noticed the maid looked ill and
t' Miss White, hampered by an injured eagerness for that time. Now 10, of 190 NW 16th et., was offered to take her to a doctor.

,' with 18-11 left and ankle just, finished missed making third- that the time in is nearing office, from and the all found Tuesday floating near theSE Little Rock .The mother and her 2to poundJaughter
I report are my
Second Ave. Bridge were removed to Jack-
the team. She was edged by
convention chairman, I know
I another Tennessee State girl on Memorial Hospital Thursday
Set
'that this is going to be the best Appeal
! Annie Smith who jumped 19-2 convention ever. The boy drowned Sunday evening where both ,were reported
'r; and a quarter. about 4:15: while playing in good condition..
r. Barbara Jones of Tennec'.aeeState To the beauticians and citizensI I p.m. for Aug. 4 ..
defended her 50-yard title have accepted the fact that with friends on the bulkhead

in six seconds flat but lost her you have done a superb job, un- near the S. Miami Ave. Bridge. ST. LOUIS The U. 8. Circuit tt wet agreed to by the*Little
t. .. 100-yard crown to Miss Mathews. selfishly, to entertain the con- I' His friends said he climbed intoa Rock School Board and Judge
Court of Thursdayset
,,' Mist Jones and Mifs Daniels vention and the institute, for moored boat and apparently Appeals John B. Sanborn of St. Paul
4 hear
to appeal
Aug. an
f; :- each broke the American record which I am very grateful. then set the date. ,
". by one-tenth.of a second with 5.7 Again, thanks for everything. I fell into the water. from an order suspending Central Integration Sanborn did not say "where
Little Rock's
at
clockings In. a heat..But these HI be looking forward to seeing the hearing would be held, but
Divers were called and March High School for 30 months
times were disallowed by the officials everyone of you during the convention I it was presumed it would, be In
because some of the and away; Cfed, bless each ed for the body until dusk Sun The date had been suggestedby St. Louis where the court generally
watches broke down. and everyone of you." I day. an attorney for the NAACP. sits.

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" Ills eaatritaaeia fc ce off ht
Meharry Alumnus biglreert t v* frm fcr a alurnnw
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1958 ) II the Jamoc axtdiea: JCh1j: (,:


,, I Pledges $20,000 J. B. SMITH -


., ELECTRICSERVICE
i NAHJIVJU/K (ANP) A
ICiufluuto nt the 1054 cfeM *tj
SCHOOL BOARD j Mi-hurry Mcrllcwl l college: fcfrf
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Jlh',1.1J: 120,000( ( to his a 1 rn amlll.r. Electrical Contractor
''UPHELD IN NOT
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HOUSEWIR1NG

HIRING NEGROESST. J. If Whlt/nore of Ojffl -
Dr. "Don't COM Call ."
u
tCalif." ., made too pledge in
S4MY.f 1't (tAN!>>) -- A I
LOU18 two cart: a $J lO(00 ute ln ur- PHONE NE S- OSS
federal Judge ruled last week :lAnce policy! with the school as Night
or Day
that the school) board ul MfAx-r- beneficiary, and a $10,000 cash
I ly, Mo., had not dlwcrl/ninutcd pledge to be paid over an ( .
against Negroes (by hlrlnu only
I
rchooli ..rrr _
: white teachers after -L'JC' ,JC..oIt'.c, .- , - -- - - - - - -.I
I J 1035.(
<. were Integrated In l

" Eight Negro tcnchora brought After Graduation

." .; "' :. charges against the board, lout t
.
..,j Judge Roy W. )Harper, ruled that
,
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J' Jj' the ability and personality had Have Your Picture Made {

\. -; : been considered by the board In {
;
'' hiring teachers, not race.
_' ,, ': _: .J had not in your cap and gown
Three white teachers

I VRS CHARLOTTE CLARK DR. DAZELLE D. SIMPSON been rehired either, he pointedout. Fast Service Reasonable Prices S{

. Manning' Speaker . Evening Speaker I .

Se ay. Jcy 29 Trffl be WE FURNISH THE CAP AND GOWN
We;. :'J Day at Ebeaezer 1tt"'. f

I1i t I NAACP Action -e- 1
The th s&* Jar the days Pie'm '; Urges on \

T&e Put . Gr 5Jtod a in i< Tbc !I''
Pnes e=::J . Fait" i is: rte Fatsr* ]I \
. Fsnnri to a STr Era of1''I' Johnson of Miami s
Serr.a.S.oeake1. LemJev Decision :

isr "SLut day .abe i,.
1L'"t. Chariots* r. Carfc.: praei-; : I New Address: 409 N.W. 17th St s
;a1 G: DsazLisSc ..1L7 k, b a JeSegras !w Atty Francis I within ten days, but send wiresto
rL rcsyeaker: aai D:- e;) P-drgez of Tam a last President and Attorney Gen-
Dazrfle D. Simoc, ::: ; wt*. Roy WI k:ns. NAACP eral) immediately.Roy .
pfcqrssiis win be eretirjer. : Q"-u-I'!'ezscu.;t't' secretary. urged sup- I Wilkins executive Sec'y
I!,,p+m rs froea clirecj afid: crganka'tiaas -
Forty >re ea. prar.i-Dest is'''' : a Florida in protesting NEGROES SAY OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
the arttrMe of tfee essrdi. art : Judge Earry LesJeyli decision
r..eif. : tor> 'Js e !!hates! of (&* ; deor *- i c. Lte Socfc. Ten of tbe tekFraseieo BUILD US A SWIM I SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

Dg'r.ated a.t ".thin << & Zb!:.- r r f nor.Ay POOL OR WE'LL
'.- PSYCHIC READERLet
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A Rodriguez
Tie pdWfc a r5d. ,T63 Eat Harritoo SL USE "WHITES"Birmingham

R r. Aars-s Kail; t* the parts-. Tara; r-.a. (ANP) The

Urjesffy reqaeit your branchtupoeeadrrz Birmingham Park and Recrea-
Mt. Sinai Celebrate
Tho conferred tion board received an ultimatum -
from a delegation of Negroes -
Women's Day vrt!! Prwideat Eaenhower by
I last week about swimming
tabf fotiow".nZ: action: Wire the
Oz Ssaday. July 11 the, verses ,i President tez ediately urging pool facilities for Negroes in toe
Ctf MS.1> Sisa: : Bap'.isl CJscrdJf : 'North Birmingham area.
htm to speak out in a nationwide
wfeieitt) the ReaS Tfawtm-.- law The delegation, representing
proacnacea&en: that the will
DS p*.lcr. wffi celebrate tbeiraasoftl be TijoToaily upheld with allres'xa.ve the Young Men Citizen ,group;
W' n s'f Di'. The pub- cold:: the board to either build a
at his command. Send
& fa wrdiaEJy>: tonted to stare anoiher wire to Atty. General I sarimming pool and gym for Ne-
a Sfee feEknrrtup of the day. 'grocis in Maclin Park, or face
William P. Rogers, Justice dee-
Tie speaker of !h* tncmiag the prosect of a petition for use
partraent. WaAington, D.c.
f rrk* -aia be Mr* Eizab:*: E.Jofeawo. urging of an all-white pool in the area.
filing brief and Joining in
of Phyllis The delegation the board
crtaripal : gave
appeal cf Federal Judge Harry
'W! *fflty;: KetraesUry: School J. until October to reply to their
Lemley's decision in little
Tto* *ffc ': cf She crer.Srg arm Rock. Contact other organiza request, since there is little
t* Mn Lw l'.:a Thomas teacher likelihood that any immediate
irons church. labor civic groups my years of Experience guide and protect ye. tIt,._,' U t
at PSsyEis WaeatLer: Elementvrf action will be taken because of
ScicoC. aa ardent religiouseler. : I and individuals: urging similar shortage of funds. II a Lighthouse guides the ship in a ct mt
mires to Pre ident and Attorney
' Uader: the cJuirmaoshlp
General. If possible hold quick WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
of :3+C:i. Bee a Beliiuae and her
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1 Fr. and Mrs. Clarke I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" ,

Renew Nuptial Vows' SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1958 PAGE 3

I ..
The Church of the Incarnationwas

.... the setting on Monday
........ morning, June 30 for the renewal Teachers Ass'n to
of the nuptial vows for
THE SITUATION In the worl dthe night Irvin,; a build a larger the Rev. Father and Mrs. ElishaS. I
today is a confusing matter to kite than the other kids and Clarke Jr. (nee Julia Rebecca)
us. This Is not a world shatter comes the contest to see which on their tenth wedding anniver- I Meet at B.-C. C.
ing piece of thinking coming was the largest, would] go up sary with a nuptial Mass. The
from the likes of this column.It the farthest and stav up the Rev. Fr. Samuel C. W. Fleming,
seems, or is obvious' that longe t. The only satisfaction we rector of All Saint Episcopal r Dr. H. Council Trenholm, executive American goals of Equality and
nations by nations are getting got when we were the champ: Chudch, Fort Lauderdale, offi- secretary of the American Educational Opportunity 'for
anti-lAmeriean, even Southern was the look of admiration frrm ciated and was celebrant at the Teachers Arsociation, meet- every child and of equality of
states are getting anti-American the kids, "saying, boy, you're Mats He wsa Mrs. Clarke's ing at Bethune-Cookman Col- professional status for every

When Vice President Nixon sure seme good kite maker priest ten years ago. lege, Daytona Beach July 12-15, teacher'
Mrs. Thelma McDonald solo- announced the 55th Annual Con-
went to South America on a To us, non-scientist, non- .
William 11
vention's theme will be "Ap Dr. Gray, 'pastor
ist Miss
good tour, the "will" was: alright nothing, the moons and sputniks ; Cassandra H. Hanna, I praising Our Circumstance in of Bright Hope ,Baptist Church,
but the tour was a farce. prove nothing i cientifically astonishing the organist. The Mass was sung 1958." Dr. Trenholm further Philadelphia, and former presi-
He and his wife were deriled. or world changing, except by the St. Cecelia's choir of the stated, "The ATA Objective con- dent, Florida A&M College' will
spat upon, jeered and ordered to that we know a little more church. tinues to be (a) the stimulation, be the guest speaker at the ban-
"go back home about the weather conditions Mrs. Clarke wore a pale pink (b) the imiJlementatlon and (c) quet scheduled for Tuesday
nbou 200 or 300 miles above the taffeta street length wedding the acceleration of the 'Accepted' night.
The grudge and hate for the
earth! dress designed with a rose color-
U. S. lies mostly in the economic eumibcdbun' that fell into two
standard of the two countries.The Ohwell, we guess that not back panels: lowered hipline
Latin Americans claim only individuals, but nations also and full {fathered c k i r t worn
that their neighbor to the North can't Just go along peacefully in over a pink bouffant.
is gouging them unto death. this world without someone di- The bodice featured a scoop
They claim the U. S. is unfairin liking them or even hating them neckline. The short sleeves were
trading 'wdth them. We buy up for what they do or trying to do. complemented with pink mittsof DO YOU KNOW .
their raw materials for a mere silk net. Her shoulder length
pittance, process it and sell them Bat here's one thing that consoling pale pink silk net veil was
back to the Latins for an outrageous during these times: Even
draped from a pale !pink pearl]
though of Drinks taste thin
price. Maybe so, but we are some our neighbors tiara. never
in no position to say, "yes, it's dislike us as a whole they are
true," we only read what our still /begging for our trade ns Her pumps were of pale pink
neighbors say. This and other tourists. Puerto Rico, Jamaica, silk shantung adorned with pink I with GORDON'S Gin?
annoying things are what the Cuba, Costa Rica, Panama, Nas, flowers. Her bouquet 'was made
citizens of the Americans holdas sau, Haiti, all want the American of white carnations centered witha
contention for hatred of the dollar. Even Russia would I white orchid and satin ribbons.
United States. welcome some of the U5. Green 1 I[ Her only Jewelry were white
So let the heads of these nations pearl earrings and on Episcopal Another good reason
Puerto Rico, owned by the U.S.is "talk" and argue, in the meantime Cross. ul ililHI
the little island country thatis pack your grips. These Mrs. Clarke's only attendant lyl III why GORDON'Sis
hardest against Uncle Sam, it cities and villages are (beautiful l was her sister, Mrs. B. Louise !
seems. II you saw a TV program Travel Bradley, who was her matron, of 1111111-:; America's
last Tuesday night on 1 honor 10 years ago. Mrs. Bradley '5 ::::!\'
channel 4. Perhaps you can agree your travel headache Call him were n street length dress of pale .iijj !!thkt\\\\ best-selling gin )
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with them.Recently. at FR 9-6779, and watch t the blue organza over (blue taffeta. ,
I quick action you get. It was designed with a scoop
< in the
news Canadais I neckline, gathered skirt and
a little unrestful about Amer ( short :leaves A large bow In the
ican tactics.Here again the eco- BUDWEISER BEER must I front at the hemline, lien headdress -
nomic :.ituation, especially in industry have! felt the I pinch on the West! was of pale blue silk net
is causing resentfulness Coast with Los Angeles' "donf I leaves adorned with white pearls
against the U. S. '
buy Bud" campaign started some
She carried a bouquet of pink NOW.
nine months a."o by beer taverns, '
President carnations centered with a lav-
Eisenhower realizing -
package stores and the NAACP.
the gravity of the situation ender orchid.
The camoaignwhich! threatened Father Clarke chose the Rev. GREATER
has arranged for a visit to the
to !become nationwide g
Canadian province to "talk. to the be- Father James H. (Hall, vicar of
cau e of alleged discrimination l in
people" and see what's happening St Christopher1!'* iBpiscn.;: THANEVER
employment, came to end 1 in
or, rather hear what's Church, Ft. Lauderdale, and adjacent -
Los Angeles this week after
the beef is all about. a territories to stand with DISTILLED
meeting with beer dispensers
lONDONDinrGIN
All of these countries to the nnd other principals involved, i it t him.The reception followed immediately -
South and Canada can cause uneasiness was decided that Anheuser- following the service VALUE!
cr loss respect for our Busch will work out fair policy 1 asdueta nuorn uatNSIII11nCcM a
in the beautiful
chapel of the
NSIINIItOi
I Ito end discrimination In tho ., ,
'
country, but the main threat Range Funeral Home FL II,11t
I j I brewery indu try.
comes from our arch erW..MNI.1
enemy -
Mrs. Clarke is the organist of
Soviet Russia! We understand thoroughlythat 'he Church of the Incarnation. tI, .,MIM
I r.u u
This week Premier Nikta I t "we" drink a lot of beer, Father Clarke is the vicar of the D
Khruschev addressing 200,000 Bud among one rf the top sellers hutch and priest in charge of HANDY oem
I and also that St. Ann's Church tflallandale. nASKS AND
Communists (in Halle, Russia, job opportunities ,
war vociferous and derisive in the brewery Industrie1 Hostess at the reception were: 4/' QUARTS
against the U. S. IHe spoke witha for "us" would help to heightenour Mrs. Clarice Littles, members of
confidence that he knew the economic standard! But gee the St. Cecelia's choir and members -
Soviet union has Uncle Sam on whiz! Sclah! of Saints Ann-Margaret's THERE'S NO GIN LIKEGORDON'S
his knees in the long fought chapter of the W. A. of whlc'i!
Cold War. Either he is trying' to Mrs. Clarke is chairman. I
put fear In the Americans' Out of town guests: Mrs. Mar-
hearts, or he was shucking the tha Smith and Mrs. Gertrude
Communists. It teems that his Call TAYLORFR Green of Delray Beach, former
boastful scech to his comrades parishioners of the Clarkcs. Mrs.
centered around the sputniks Mary Turnquest and Mrs. Leila VK!; BUM SPIllS BOTWB HOI BUM 10 TOff, BgCT'I OCT II CO. (ITD. UffiOl i L

which the Russians have tent Into 9-1703 Wll!, on, Hallandale parishionersof
orbit. the Clarkes. --

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Leave Miami Aug. 1 5 p.m. 30 already-Demand to great we have built

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51 AR MEAT MARKET
Attend the Bahamas State SEE 2789 N.W. 41st STREETOpen

Aeeoclatlon of Elks meetingIn i
Saturday 1 to 5 p.m.
Naevau Aug. to 6

AjL. 1520 N.W. 62nd Street 3 Bedroom Oak floor, formica kitchen, tile roof,
Elks/ and vlttors
All wall heater, tile bath, large laundry and utility room
cordially welcomed ate .
BuilMn oven and range ,
special guests THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
CASH EZ TERMSMilton
MAKE RESERVATIONS/ $1,500
e
FOR TRIP NOW, CALL. Rothman Broker

North's Travel Bureau Fresh Neat Low Prices 145 Almeria Ave., Coral, Gables

1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Phone Fr 9-6779 Phone HI 6-6426 or JE 22225Mli1lf

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Personal MentionMrs. JUST


...... .... ... .....-........ -- PAUL R. HENRY ,
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Leola Parks, and children,
Fred, Eddie, Shirlene, Little Le- Florida will be fiettta a
ola and Eliza White, a cousin, of $5000,000 chemical plant locatedat
3194 NW 49th St., left Thursday, Port St. Joe. It will make ;
July 3 to visit relatives and magnesium oxide from salt water. 5 41SS
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NO8 MUTAMUR IN ELLIS friends in Virginia, New Jersey, Work should /begin next
"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them"Office Philly and New York. month. It's the Michigan Chem-
ical Corporation's project.
'- -
at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 The Rev. Prince Rolle returned -
Plant fct 6740 Avenue-Phone PL 4.6128 to the Bahamas last Saturday Four women and three men S
.... -_. --- ..N.W'16th after spending six weeks' vacation are headed for trial in the
Entered as Second Clan Matter. August 9, 1927, at the Post Office it visiting, relatives and Criminal Court. The charge Is
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 friends in'Miami He was guestof moonshining.
---.. .---- his old friend, Joseph Outen. Names: Richard London, 46, k
H. E SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor of 457 NW 15th st.; Annie L.
GARTH C. REEVES, Associate Editor and Business Manager Brinks Strachan was among Jamerson, 32, of 1156 NW 5th : >
those returning to Nassau this ave.; Isaiah Wilcox, 62, of 1708
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association week after two weeks as guest NW 2nd ave.; Alfonso Jackson, 37 I r
Member of the Associated Negro. Press of ,his aunt, Mrs. Marion John of 1670 NW 5th ct.; Cora L. Sar- [
43 of 927 NW 4th ave.;
son Of 1531 NW 1st court. Before gent, ,
SUBSCRIPTION RA'TES: .- ,J.' his departure, two uncles, Ben Ruth Ferguson 39, of 615 NW Bloody and weak from wounds
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.50 THREE MONTHS$1.50. Roberts of Deerfield, who was 15th st. and Betty Luster, 27, a small town doctor, William
w. visiting relatives In the Bahamasand of 839 NW 1st ct. Prince, Is assisted by his nurse,
Calendar Roberts of Nassau, Jacqueline Scott, as he reflects $;
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK arrived. They are brothers of The Dade County School Boardon the horror of his experiences in
Mrs. Johnson. Wednesday decided that this i scene from Allied Artists' F
THE NEW MT. 'OLIVETTE BAPTIST CHURCH teachers in the county must be "Ma ';!bre,'! opening Wednesdayat
t (Mr. Mrs Adair Lee ol fingerprinted.One .
the
I LilbCity Theatre
Starred
: The new Mt. Olivette Baptist Church the Rev. I. C.
Romulus Mich., visited Miami of the members, Mrs. with Prince and Miss Scott
Mickins, pastor, will be dedicaed on Sunday afternoon last week on a vacation trip. Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers, objected. Jim Backus, Christine White and are
We had the pleasure of seeing: this structure,, it is really Lee is the mother of Jimmy She thought it fwas an infringement Susan Morrow.
a fine building. "Salt Pork" Reeves of Cafe So- on civil rights. However,
ciety. Mr. Reeves had not seen the teachers will be fingerprinted. -
I However, we could riot visit Mt. Olivette without his mother in ten yeans. '
jinking- her founder and late pastor, the Rev. S A. NOTICELeroy 'F
Sampson D.D. who While in Miami the Lees were The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated -
served in this church for 44 years. Brown and Mack lIar-
the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. '
: the first Milwaukee'
In the early twenties Mt. Olivette was one of the Jimmy Reeves at 464 NW 10th 'I Braves on Wednesday place night 10- gers, formerly of Orlando are

outstanding churches in Miami. Her affable pastor livedto !t. 3. The Dodgers will /beat the some trying kind to steal of instrument my life by using

see his work that began with eight people, grow, Accompanying the Lees were I Braves if they don't 'beat other brought from Korea. they
l ranches organized, and an Association of Churches or Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Askew, also clubs. Ula C. Palmer .
ganized in which he served as moderator until his deathin of Michigan. This ''Was the group's I 1390 :NW 59th St.
1949. first visit to !Miami. The group The American. League took the
left on Tuesday evening on it* All-Star game 4-3. That's all. '- -
In 1950 the church called the Rev. ICI Mickins' return trip home after reporting
from California, and he has proven to ,be a worthy sue- a very pleasant stay in !Miami. Let's thank' our friend Fred .BROIOK'SBarber:
dessor. He is a' very progressive minister. Enroute home the group will stop Nooks for a dozen delicious
over in Atlanta to visit friends haden manos and also for a ShopThe
{ About seven years ago, in attempting to remodel the and relatives. couple of large mutton snappers.Of .
Church, some difficulties developed and it was decided to Barber Shop of
give up remodelling and look forward to getting a new Mr. and Mrs. George Charlowof you already knovj
building. New York City and their two that our Althea Gibson won her Complete Service
children Barbara Ann and second Wimbledon tennis cham- ..
With hard work on the part of the pastor, who is a George Jr., are visiting in Miami|pionship. We are all proud of .
carpenter and the cooperation of the organization and The Charlows left Miami in her.
friends, Mt. Olivette can now boast of a substantial build 1949. 1702 N.W. 3rd Ave.

i9g erected at a cost of some $40,000. Moonlight ,Boatride

This 40x90 structure is brilliantly lighted and nicely Mrs. Pearline Ferguson, wife And James Brooks, Prop.Stanley's .
,i of the Rev. A. IL Ferguson, pastor PicnicThe
] furnished. Provision for Sunday School classes has I Iteen of St. Matthew's AME Zion
made over the rostrum. In the balcony a dining room Church, returned from New York S. and J. Club will givea
can be set up to accommodate 150 or more people. The City on Tuesday She had been moonlight boat ride and picnic
gone for more than two months at Fort Lauderdale's Broward Market
robing room, pastor's office and rest rooms are all sound
nroof.t to see her sick mother, and was County Beach on Friday, July 25
ill most of the time. from 8 p.m. to 1 am.
t The building can seat 600 It's estimated worth i is Tickets, $1.00 in advance, $1.50at 1900 N.W. 4th Court
$75,000. Edwin Lord returned to the dock. On sale at North's Tra- FRESH MEAT
aver city last 'Week' after visiting his vel Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd ave.;
The Miami Times congratulates' Pastor'Mickins. ',;. and brother in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Community Drug, NW 68th st. VEGETABLESGROCERIES
his congregation ""'**' J ,1 ,J?, '' I?. He 'was accompanied by his and 15th ave.; Seymour's Bar in
: :: ; brother, Prof. A. Lord. They are Hallandale; Coconut Grove Drug BEER WINE
STOP THE KILLING '. s'Una of Mrs. M. E. Stevens. 3401 Main Highway.Swimming DRUGS NOTIONS

We attended the funeral of a 17-year-old young Visitors from Nassau this week ments, all for, danajn/g$1.00. ,Take refresh-high- Free Delivery1
woman on Thursday afternoon. It was a very sad! occa- include Magistrate: M. J. Thomp way No. 1 to Port Everglades
sion. There is always sadness about a funeral, be it yoqng son who is house guest of Atty. (between Dania and Fort Laud- PHONE FR 4-9403
or old people. That's just natural. We know we must .all and Mrs. G. :E. Graves in Liberty derdale) and turn right.
City. Mr.
die some day. <- .. t. aBut *.. Cleveland and Jam e s
Rodgers' also
1 are spending a vacation -
on this occasion death came suddenly to this here at the Sir John.

young woman last Saturday night at the hand of a cruel Free Admission
Free
Admission
killer, who stabbed her while she was sitting on a bus 'on tent The. theatre Miami Music Theatre, a
producing
her way home. That barbaric deed must have been com; .plays, told a Miami Times Broadway rePorter -
mitted by a maniac. this week that they do not BOOKER

Police authorities have arrested a suspect. If and accept Negro patrons. TERRACE

when this killer is found, he should be punished to the ,
extent of the law. Every effort should be made by those
responsible for law, and order to stop it. Beautiful Home on Cocktail
I
Your Lot Lounge
The police authorities, juries, and judges should give
this matter earnest consideration. It is much more impor ftv Unu&WI
tant than even stopping the sale of bolita tickets
4200 N.W. 21 Av. Phone NE 5.5873PRESENTS

48 HOURS FOR DRUNK DRIVERS .

Our Metropolitan government will make it compul
sory for drunken drivers in unincorporated areas to

spend 48 hours in jail. Complete building service

Maybe it will help to keep some people from drink PLANNING Sammy

ing .and driving, and some from driving and drinking. C BUILDING!

But if a fellow is drunk it might take 48 hours for e FINANCING

him to recover properly; so maybe an extra 12 hours Your New 'Home :
should be thrown in as punishment. Then, too, this might 1 : Williams

serve as a warning to drivers. in corporate areas. e REPAIRINGREMODELING
r e

AN AD IN THE PAPER C RENOVATINGOver q AND HIS BAND

One of the most valuable tools that has been used Twenty Year of Featuring Fabulous

fqr combatting the current' recession is the advertising Construction Experience "SAMMY" and his
power of home town and neighborhood newspapers. At Guaranteed Satoefactlon -a '
uvarp puowurvHFREE
the end of every production line stands the consumer and r,
..
national prosperity is but the sum total of local prosper 91f' l1 L'mmv <\, .

ity. In thousands of communities all across the country ADMISSIONFor
because of editorial comment encouraging people to 'buy @p> 9

Irv their own neighborhood ,or in their own home towna NE 5.6171 the best in everything
> d as I a result of newspaper advertising programs un-
dertaken by 1121 N.W. 29th Street { come to theBookerr
local
merchants, local retail sales, the pulse
of national Miami Terrace f,r
beat prosperity, have been much encouraged. ..
I An ad in the local paper has always been the markof I --.q. this kis the _place.

a successful business and the experience of recent SAMMY WILLIAMS FREE ADMISSION

months., .- has. only served to prove the point Drive Carefully



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JESCA's Day '. THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

Along Freedom's Road Caiqpejs Enjoy SATI.DAY, JULY 42, 4958 PACE 5

: Activities .
It. '
By RUTH PERRY .---- The Activity Committee of the Junior Museum,. Dorsey MemoriAl accepted for our Day Camp and
- - - - James E. Scott Community Association Branch Library and Sweet- interested persons may obtain
I I I I I I I I ir happy to announce# iftjfs Estate In Fort Lauderdale. additional information by calling
Do you want to vote? You (Let us face it realistically: the I that during the past :3 weeks "our Front' all indications these trips the James E. Scott Community
can't if you're not registered. South, in large measure has very. Day Camp has been Jn operation, have been very educational and Association at PL 8-4792 or visIting -
Tell your friends and neighborsand grudgingly and reluctantly indeed more than 75 children from 6 to enjoyable. o' us at our Camp headquarters -
the members of the organizations only brought about any 16 years of age are enjoying the In addition to thee activities in the Liberty Square Audi
to which you belong that "voluntary", change in the status many varied activities. they are enjoying informal dramatic torium.
voter registration books close o n quo. The main argument used in Each week our Day Camp group singing arts and
August 9 and will not re-open southern states is this: "we must is highlighted by out-door cook- crafts, dancing, hiking and otheroutdoor
until after the November elec- wait until the people are xeady." ery, swimming instructions and games. Campers receive -
tion. Twenty-one year olds; Negroes in the south have waited field trips. These are just ''a fay a hot meal dally with milk REGISTER
newcomers who have lived in nearly 100 years. When will' activities that give the campers for a nominal fee of $3.50 per
the state a year and the county "the people" be ready? their greatest thrill. Recently the week.
six months; and voters who have campers have visied the Miami Applications are still being TODAY
changed their names or addresses
should be urged to register before !
going away for the summeror
before August 9. H


Primaries will toe neld on Sep- KENTUCKY TAVERN I
tember 9 and 30 and the general
$ election will be Nov. 4. Please
' note that the. office of the Su-
pervisor of Registration has been BH 7: YEARS OLDAmerica's
moved from the Court House to

116 West ;Flagler St. } Finest Premium Bourbon .:,

YOUR BALLOTAll

citizens of the U. S. who qB.

bility are qualified to vote., have This a means responsi-all Iii! KING'S RANSOM ::

qualified citizens, not just white ,
citizens. But perhaps in t h e eate
South, Negroes who are qualified -
to register and vote have a SCOTCH.
double responsibility, because r I i
upon them falls not only their
duty to vote as American citizens, at;.. and. '"
but the responsibility to contri-
bute to winning the rights and
privileges guaranteed to them I D. O. Okeke, a 1951 graduate -
under our Constitution. i of Florida A&M University,
was recently granted the doctor Iii HOUSE OF LORDS
The South for many years disfranchised : of medicine degree from the Un-
the Negro voter thru iversity of Heidelberg.. He is a
"white primaries," the poll tax native of Nigeria. Fitt
and other subterfuges-and vlo- !
": lence. Now, the NAACP legal Annual Children iii.. SCOTCH
I< staff has cleared the way for c ; '
: Negro in the South with Contest "
voting
WednesdayOn
'
'
.. Supreme"white Court primaries"victories and outlawing other- Tuesday evening, July 15, : i ::! ff Are Pleased to Announce That

L forms of evasion. The tax is 7:30: p.m. the annual Children
Doll
contest will be held in the (kits
Elks ::J
five ojiUi
r now required in only states. home the public is invited. All '
t .
r, Today, Southern Negroes have sponsors and contestants are
, an increased awareness of the urged to be on time and monies
value of their vote, what it can raised should be changed into .u.e BUDDY ,
contribute materially to their large bills. e= 0 r
future and that children when There will be many beautiful i 0 ' I
they exercise this basic American prizes for the contestants and the : i .
right. child raising the highest amount
over $100 will be given a bank
WATCH THE RECORDSIt account of $25.
There will be many other ,
is. very important that the prizes including two other cash .*
records of those who represent prizes. Every daughter is urged ito i
us 'be watched. In this way we make a contribution to swell j JOHNSON
can tell if they are keeping their the amount raised by the spon- 5
campaign (promises. A consistent sors and their contestants IF
record of liberality and fairness All Bills are asked to come '
is worth re-election for your rep out and support this affair andiV I
resentatives. However, a recordof enjoy an evening of pleasure. I'lft leI
reactionary and prejudiced "On to Washington" is the J;' AND HIS
voting on matters of importance slogan and several daughtersfrom t lei .
will show that Liberty Temple will be
us we need to try at-I J
+
again and elect someone else to tending. Washington is the home World Famous Orchestra
office of Dt. Portia Bannister, who will I,:
motor up and cast the ballot for|>I its
Speaking of records, to date, her temple. I M;
Claude Is be .I
Pepper proving to
a.great disappointment to all liberals Will Entertain You and Play For Your
in Florida by his recent
statements concerning 'the Su- 1 } ;its i. Dancing Pleasure
preme Court and the NAACP. 1t.
,J''';; =
No one can tell what Pepper's '
.
total vote count at election time ,,>" .i."j .1. .... l. .> < .- Saturday 12
will be. But we believe this:I July
tbose votes cut by Floridans lr'
who believe that,Negroes, too, 1 .' !:o' Sunset Garden, West Palm Beach, Fla. rits
ate citizens"of the IT. S. will be

missing. from Pepper's count .::1:4.... :,.,, Jt t%
when :election, time arrives. To : .c. .' fi
repeat,; watching the record of J SUNDAY, JULY 13
our representatives and those
who are running for election is HARLEM SQUARE CLUB MiamiMONDAY --- "
vitally important. 3 4 ,
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8MATHERS A3 USUALIt 3t I

t 1i JULY 14
would be _too much to hope ,
that his years 'in wasningion naa

given more Senator liberal attitude George regarding Smathersa I I The Original Gorpel Ularmon ;2 2I 2 ltj i HARLEM GARDEN, Opa Locka

ettes the
the i.sue of segregation. We note and sensational Nightingales e2 .
that he, too, has openly joinedthe in Battle of Gospel songs C i;#
ranks of those politicianswho Friday, July 18 at the Long ,] Friday, July 18
shoreman's Hal],
Advance
admission
advocate "gradualism" and
"waiting" until the people are sale $1.50, door $1.75. Tickets on Ju.I:J Sunrise Club, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
ready" before any major changecan at North's Travel Bureau, ; ; w1ee
be made in the status quo of O'Neal' Beauty Salon, Toback's ,
voting in Washington. Grove Pharmacy, Pratt's Clean en:!
ers and Neal's Market. Get yours ; ;>l Saturday, July 19
Senator Smathen. Coy Collins now U; .
f
and Senator Holland, and J
I4
Cotton Club
Riviera Beach Fla.
many more who publicly state Adult Sewing f i ,
ttr ,
that they believe m the "volun- '?
tary and natural" progress of racial Classes at 'BTW Ix;I ,
improvement and harmonious -
Sunday July 20 / : :
relationship between white The Board of Public Instruction r;J .' f.
and colored, seem to have a of Dade County, it offering r>< '\ ''I 'I
blind spot concerning the actual classes in sewing to adults and e fall I Cocoa, FloridaDON'T ',
state of affairs. We must remind interested persons over 18 f .
them again that this "natural years old. Registration will beheld ,2 .
progreu" made by the Sou t b Monday, July 14 and Wednesday 2 r, 1'A
they speak about &o eloquentlyhas July 16 from 7 p.m. to 1. MISS THESE GREAT SHOWS i
come about mainly becauseof 10 p.m. A registration fee of $2.00 j t

legal action taken by an organization will be charged for each class .c"".a-}..., '" '... ... .... ,;.. MJYd/Y.. ..... .
caned the NAACP. taken f#, : wr..q. ...s.d.JJtO'.uAQ.'OA': : ; : iJGL.iS j.7K..r.w.r.ow.a- '
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THE ,MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" GOVERNMENT LIFT BAN ONBUDWEISER ing policy.


PAGE 60 SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1958 il'4P"'OY" Ni with Following principals the involved recent ,meeting it was

POLICY COMM. LOS ANGELES (ANP) agreed that Anhemer-Buscih' had

. . . . . . . . . "ff" . . . . . . . REPORTSThe The "No Budweiser" ban has "shown faith an in indication of their
been lifted. Following a meet- good working to elimi-
last week with th local nate jOb discriminatoi..JREkjn-
President's Committee on ing e
The NAACP branch, tavern and nate Job discrimination on account -
Between Lines. Government Employment Policyis
of In the
race
brewery industry
urging the institution of trainIng package store dealers, the pro- ." -
test activities against the Bud- .
By GORDON HANCOCK programs in the Federal departments -
halted.
and agencies to weiser products were
'f' f'ff' . .ff. . . strengthen and supplement the The protest was begun about\
non-discrimination policy of the nine months ago because of the Advertise It
Pays I
THE GREAT AMERICAN FALLACY executive ,branch of the Federal! alleged racial discrimination hir

.-.- government according to the
Graduates by the thousands are ------ --- --- - -- ------
Committee's Second Report recently -
emerging from our great sys- laid for the 'personality= and a submitted to President Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted,,

tem of colleges and universities wrong pattern of life has been Eisenhower.The Guaranteed ............................. .... $4.75
annually, with 1958 affording its shaped, no amount of formal education committee was established -
full (measure. It is as if they are can correct the mistake. in January of 1955 by the Late Records... ................ 4 for $1.00

coming off an assembly line, Education only helps to fulfill President to advise and assist saws ; Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radio
after the manner of our automo- the personality, not to .hape it. the Federal agencies in elemina-
biles which are crowding the ting employment ((discrimination t Guaranteed Watches .... .... from $8.95
of the nation. The man or the woman whomwe
highways on the basis of race, color, religion -
hail today as a great success; or national origin. Thecommittee's DAVID JEWELERS
America seems committed to or deplore as a failure, is suc- .j
.second report cov- r H88 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522
the (belief that education is the ceeding or failing not because of
of 1956to
ers its work from May
answer to the multitude of anx what is happening today but be-
of 1958.
January
ious questions that currently velour cause of something that happened -
nation. There seems to be no in his or her childhood when The public members of the
end of our palatial and well-ap- the pattern of life was set. Com- committee are Archibald J
pointed building, provided for mencement speakers /by the hun- Carey Jr., of Chicago, .oho is the COMMUNITY
the education of our youth. From dreds lead the graduating classes chairman; Branch Rickey of .I i a

high school to university the to expect}: success or failure Pitlsbursh, vice chairman; Mil- It;.
powers that ''be seen disposed to tomorrow. As a matter of fact ton II. Biow of New York City; DRUG STORECOR.
provide sumptious accomodations the graduating classes have individually -, and Mrs. Jane Warnock of
for those seeking the High Roadof succeeded or failed Eagle Butte, South Dakota( alternate -

otherwise learning.. ?And who would haveit I before and gowns.ever they The donned person caps the 1 public members member.of the The com-government N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.

I graduate is on the day of graduation mittee are J. Ernest Wilkins, assistant -
The youth of the land desearvethe determines the success or secretary of labor; Chas. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED

/best in the way of formal failure of the future. JI. Kendall, general counsel of
education; and that is just whatis I the Office of Defense and Civilian Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery

being offered them. But it is Ella Wheeler Wilcox in her Mobilization( ; and W. +\Arthur COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
terribly depressing to note that "Winds of Fate" expresses the McCoy of Washington, for- SEALTEST
ICE
this land of great educational matter thus: mer chairman of the Fair Em- CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS

opportunity is also the most "One shop drives east and another -i ployment Board.In Phone PLaza 8-4703 Phone PLaza 8-4704
criminal nation on earth. Just west, proposing! more inten ive I
as our colleges and universitiesare By the self-same winds that training in the various aspects of C. M. JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop
now literally bursting at the blow; the non-discrimination policy the
seams with for report notes that the effectiveness t7WZi ? "
young aspiring It's the set of the sail and not
education, our prisons too are, the gale, of the policy depends upona --
'bursting at the seams with those That decides the way we go." realization on the part of gov-
who have run afoul of the laws ernment personnel' of the waste SEE
of the land. The problem of crim- When our young graduates arc I ful n pects of employment discrimination THE

inality in this country is not 'becoming Assembled, the sails of their I I : and of the benefits
less acute; but more so, souls are set and the future only' of a fair employment (program: WORLD'SGREATEST
our fine educational opportuni- reveals this set, and we then within the Fedcdal civil service

lie; to the contrary notwithstanding. call them successes or failures. The proposed training program
But what we call success or failure aims toward providing key government
was predetermined by cer- personnel 'With a
It seems paradoxical that tho tain character training and not thorough grasp of all aspects 01 COLORED ra.,
nation that makes the m o s t by formal education. It is a fallacy the policy in order that they may
general provisions for the edu- to presuppose that formal be Ibetter able, to insure its effcctlvenesf. PSYCHIC
cation of its citizens should be education alone can change the .
the nation most harassed by set of the soul, and thereby determine
crime. And yet such is the bare success or failure. If education nature! READER
fact. Somewhere down the line is to be of greatest bene- of discrimination which have I
a great mistake has been madein fit to mankind, it must be the been processed during the :
the matter of a nation's edu- education of the heart as well 20 months. A total of 341 corn.I .w
cation. Is it not barely possible as of the head. In this field the plaints were investigated:: ; PROF.
that we have put too .great sires Catholics and Jews have some- thi; period, 70of which were
on tormal education, without thing. The great American fal referred to the Committee for

gutting: enough stress on char- lacy. advisory opinions. It also reviews -
acter, which is far more impor- the Committee's progranof
tant? The great American fal- :=: area conferences with thl'helCts

lacy is that education in itself is WARNER of field agencies, and the HUNTER.PROP.

a universal good.It HINES. Inc. educational and training aspectsof
the committee's
work with
HUNTER
is with education as it Painting and j
is the:(' agencies. Finally it
reports
with science; it is good in the WaterproofingContractora , i the results of a previously- If you are sick, worried or In trouble this Is the
hands and employ of good men, Irenw I place to Don't
but reported survey of NegroAmericans come. stay In the rut, push back the
a curse in the hands and Licensed and '
employed in the Federal veil of bad luck
that seems to hold In track
employ of evil men. It is not Insured by City you your ,
government taken
science in itself that is good or and County The report conclude in 1058.that and advance forward by the help of God under the
!bad, but it is the ''kind of men 1863 NW 59th St. tinued con- leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30
who Its progress is being made in years of experience
employs Free EstimatesCall
thai
power Implementing the nondiseriminatiom in spiritualist and occult science. Make
matters
most. This is a grim fact any hour your
we here in the United States Ph. NE 5-6879 iMN that the policy, but emphasizes home happy. He will show you how to bypass your
task is
have failed to grasp and emphasize I MrN V V "'W' _M a considerableone enemies and get the thing that life demands for you.

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STRENGTH 'Goii:!,:
the Catholic and SERVICE SECURITY <
Jewish point of view In educa- >":','''' ,
tion. The education of the head
without attention to the educa- Central Life insurance Co.
tion of the heart may not only bea
blessing, it may /be a curse instead -
Life as we live It today Your Friendly Company
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Groups MEET INNEBRASKA I SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1958 PAGE 7



Meeting in Durham NEW YORK Omaha, (Nebraska -
Civil l Act
will be the scene of this Rights
-
year's annual conference of the '
NEW YORK The National
I National Urban League, Sep. 6-11
Business League will hold its
$1 MILLION DAILY . It was announced here today by
58th
annual convention in Durham
NAACP
Henry Steeger, conference chair Tops Report
N. C., July 30-August 1. PAYROLL OF R. R.
Dr. Frederick D. Patterson, president -I man.Mr.
.
Steenger who Is a I a o
announced here this week WORKERS League national trustee, predicted CLEVELAND\ July 6 keep Negro children out of Little-
(Meeting jointly 'with the ENDANGEREDAn that this five-day meeting of sage of the Civil 'Rights pas-I Rock's Central High School; the -
League, the oldest< national economic -. the 48-year-old voluntary inter-]Congress is rated the foremost I continuing effort of some of th(
organization among Ne- approximate $1 million racial agency will attract more achievement in the ,field of hu- southern states to destroy the-
groes, will be the National daily payroll earned by Negro than 600 delegates and visitors man rights in 1957 by the National NAACP; the abrorpton of southern .
Bankers Association and the railroaders is in danger as the from 63 cities and 32 states. It Association for (Ithe Ad- legislatures with measuresto
National Housewives League, .a railroad industry struggles with Is the first time that the League's vancement of Colored People in curb the NAACP and circum-
consumer group. Hosts to the !gross; iniquities, loss of passen- annual conference: will be held its report for the year released vent dc.egrcgation, to the neglectof
joint conventions will (be the ger traffic and increased operat- in Omaha. here today, land simultaneously other legislation, and the disfranchisement -
Durham !Business and Professional ing expenditures.: This payroll Theme of the conference Is' in New York City, on the eve of of Negro citizensof
Chain, Durham House- represents the largest single contribution "Expanding Opportunity in The i the Association's 49th annual Tuskegee, Ala by gerrymander. -
wives League and the Mechanics to the $15 billion annual Changing American City. i convention which opens in ."
and Farmers Bank. The ses- income of the Negro Na- Topics for discussion include Cleveland on Tuesday (July 8)) Nevertheless, the report main-
sions will be held on the campus (1 "The of 13.
tional (Community.The Impact Population and continues through July tains, the overall advance madein
of North Carolina- College.N most important Change on Urban Family Life;"
transpor-
White "Other events of the year of 1957 were "encouraging. The
B. heads the steering
tation legislation in 18 and ("Equal: Opportunity A Responsibility -
years, in the Civil Rights Act the first such
committee, historic significance
to develop plans for "
and
Challenge (r
the
perhaps most ;
significant to "
the measure enacted by Congress in
Job equal sights,
the meetings. Serving on the struggle
-both public convenience and, Lesson Learned from the Job
continues "in- 82 years, provides federal pro-
committee with him are: Dr. A. Recession" 100-paee report ,
'Tomorrow's
(Cd
national ;
ds
economy, pending in I tection of the Negro's right to
clude the use of federal troopsto
Elder
J. J. Henderson, John H, Scientists and Technicians and
Wheeler, Miss Sarah Dotson, J, Congress I in response. to the ,IA... ..E..............,H.... fl....,a ... .... sustain a federal court order vote. Although the measure as
danger signals flashing\ the I""u'.a UV\A.uu
over
passed not the bill
orglnally
was
requiring the admission of Ne-
S. Stewart. L. B. Frasier, W. J. nation's railroads. Supply for Minorities.
Kennedy Jr., Dr. L. J. Harrison, The delegates will gain, In tight gro students to a previously all- introduced with Administration'
A. F. Spaulding Theodore Overall employment on rail Into the diversity of problem- white high school in Little Rock, support, "Association leaders
roads, for instance, has dropped Ark., the enactment of a New agreed that the law was effectiveand
Speight, I. O. Funder+bung, andR. solving: and subject matter at a
Kelly Bryant Jr. sharply.: The number of em- series of workshops and general I York City ordinance banning racial would facilitate expanded
"The Joint meetings of these ployees in April, 1958.829,81Pwasthesmallest sessions covering League opra- and religious discriminationIn registration and voting of Ne-
three national organizations," reported tions, including employment, the rental or sale of private groes in the South," the report
Dr. Patterson said in making th for any month Eince 1921 housing, vocational guidance.,, housing, the first such ordinance points out"PRESIDENT
and represents a decline of more to be enacted in any American
announcement, "Insures a wide health and social welfare.! Two
than half a million 'workers under city; and the continuing desegre- "SERVED
representation of distinguished workshops led by experts from
leaders in the economic field. the ,postwar high of 1.4 million the various fields, will Ipermlt} gation of public schools in com- NOTICE"
Together the delegates will study in 1946.Engaged delegate to air their views dur- pliance with the U. S. Supreme President Eisenhower's Inter-

the economic problms confronting In a number of operations ing the discussion 'periods. Court ruling of May 17, 1954." tion in Little Hock "served: notice -
us."The. and services vital to Host for the conference is the NEGATIVE that the Executive Branch
Housewives will want to railroads, Negro employees havea i. Omaha Urban League. Mrs. DEVEOPMENT8 of the government was preparedto
know how they can, in the face clear concern with the problems Verne W. Vance heads the local sustain the federal Judiciaryin
of steady inflation, get more for. facing the industry which committee on arrangements for These positive achievements, its desegregation orders," the
the family dollar in terms of ba I create a drastic need for the re- the 1958 Annual Conference the report asserts, were counter- NAACP report declares. "T his i
sic purchases. I Iduction of its labor force and balanced by certain "negative was the Administration's replyto
"'!'he National Business League curtailment of various other developments feeding' the flamesof the southern doctrine of interposition -
will consider how it can help functions.. Under restrictions funds were eliminated. Railroad racial strife, mocking the which if acceded to,
expand productivity of operating which prevent them from dis official have voiced the hope democratic professions of o u r would have meant anarchy.
business establishments."The continuing deficit-producing operations that (these Items may be subject country." While the need: for such action
League will also discussthe have been left little alternative ''to favorable future action. Among these totter, the was widely regretted: there was
fields its members should for survival but to cut NAACP survey includes "the general recognition that the
enter the 'better to serve the costs where they can-in em-'I IPNGWeM.RNS.YPPSUFFERERS challenge which Gov. Orval E. President had been goaded into
needs of their respective com- ployment, improvements and Faubus of Arkansas laid downto taking the only stand he could
munities; and review, with mem- purchasing. federal authorty when he ordered by the belligerent intransigence
bers of the National out the Natonal Guard to of Gov. Faubus.
Bankers While recent action in Con- w TO* MTS MT MUTTU lUSt"* SMICMrr.rrrtn. .
Association, practical ways and gress will undoubtedly offer .. ,BCSBMA.as voa riMVUMi,.oa VTMU WHX mm*F> ........- -
aCAl BUUTATlOMa.
means of financing business at some measure of relief for the roaD TtAMMTMt tUt e* Tai KAUMAMDITCMMa.
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SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1958 OF MIAMI Northwestern 1!

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for well trained practical!
DORSEY PARK LEAGUEAll SENIOR nurses. Well prepared practicalnurses
I Around Miami BASEBALL are needed to assist In
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By DAVE (Mr Swing) BONDU July 11, 7:30: p.m. tween 17 and 50
Locka Jets Sat- for the September class in
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Hector Opa ter
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urday, July 12, 7:30: pjn. Practical Nursing) at -
WHEEEEE. Here I am In Nas '[make it their last stop before retiring Royals Timers, Sunday, July high. Interested persons may
sau this week . and believe each night: . Buddy Johnson 13, 7:30: p.m. (Grove Park.) go( to the school any Wednesdayor ....MM..rMMNIIwM.aZ
you one . it's real nice. Of his course the people here are won- I'will be here on the 16th and 17th I Monday, July' 14, 730.: 3:15: p.m. for personal inter- ,
. Scott Latin Stars, Tuesday, views and to enroll in the class.
derful. It's really too bad that at the Silver Slipper Freddie 1 ..."j..... llmca.1NC.: :
the people all over the world Mannings. popular recordingstar July 5, 730.: For further information call ....... M ,
aren't like the Bahamian people. and, 'band leader, has hi; Cubs Monarch, !Wednesday, PL 4-5491 between: 8:30: ajn and
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16
They always seem so happy and own club-the Cat and Fiddle, July : 5 pm
without a care in the world. which seems to 'be crowded almost Red Sox Opa Locka Jets, --- -. I --__ ___:-_= ---,
Maybe it's {becau e they don't I every night . Barbara Thursday, July 17, 7.30: FRED MATTHEWS
have to pay taxes. That could be I Grant, U. S. Steel Secretary, hasa 395 Miracle Mile
a reason. Nassau is still Nassau. guest from Cincinnati. She will I "Bravados" Uses Up
Sights to see . goods to buy be here until September . I Coral Gables, Fla.
. arid nite clulbs for your en- Gerald ,Cash' barrister for the Actor's 'Nine Lives'It's Phone HI 8-2244
tertainment . with local and Crown, has been cited toy Her -
American talent. (so that the Majesty Queen Elizabeth) as the a good thing Hollywood TtMtt Mod a* iJMtIItica pro j tourists won't 'be homesick). How Honorable Gerald Cash, and character actor Lee Van Cleef dMariMm 8yadfaMAdstssis.
that is the of hon- of Antcka: *Zaa>
could they? i very highest is not a member of the feline
(After Chickie Horne and I arrived ors. family. For if he were, his current ........._ -
we were greeted by Ed- I I
ward George, a wonderful cab appearance !in TwentiethCenturyFox's I ._.&ziii.".."_
driver and guide of the Meter WHILE HERE, we have been "The Bravado
Cab Co., and he took us to the I fortunate in getting one of the might be his last. This Cinema- 1 o.zo....:........
Mermaid Hotel, where we have most outstanding musicians to Scope, De Luxe Color Western,
decided to stay. And as Chickie play for us. He is quite a mu.1- Starring Gregory Peck, Joan ,
puts it, "this hotel is the end! cal director from Jamaica and is Collins and Stephen Boyd, marks -
Nothing fabulous\ :but the ser- known to everyone as Billy the ninth consecutive movie or
vice Is a asser. with a restau- Cook., The best band on the island TV role in which Van Cleef is HELP WANTEDMALE
rant and bar open all night. The is that of Harold McNair, "bumped off" for performing
owner, T. W. T. Thompson (bet- also from Jamaica, who is play- dastardly acts. "The Bravados"open
ter known as Stokes) also owns ing at the Silver Slipper . Chas Sunday at the Capitol OR FEMALEFOR
Smith, brother of Thora Keel I
two yachts so that his guests can Theatre
ride around the island. You know (Sir John Hotel) is here looking
who has been fishing, don't ;you? around and stops in every nightat ALL TYPES LAUNDRY ,& DRY CLEANING
the Sky Lark to catch the Thurgood Marshalls WASHERS PRESSERS FEEDERS SPOTTERS
THE CLUB where Chlckle and second show. I
Have WOMEN MANGEL WORKERS TRUCK DRIVERS
in Boy
Yours Truly are working one

of the favorite spots for tourists WE ALSO MET another very I I ALL TYPES HOTEL EMPLOYEES DOMESTICS (In or out)
and is always loaded on Tues- interesting. person, Red Waller, I I New York City John Wil-
day and Saturday nights. The formerly of the States. She has liam Marshall joined the house- Best Paying Job Pay as You Earn .' .
have 'run of hold of Mr. and Mrs.
other nights we a been here for four years and is Thurgood
the mill crowd/ Our opening in charge of Liquor Control at Marshall on Sunday, July 6 at ARROW EMPLOYMENT
night, was very succesful and the Emerald !Beach (Hotel. And 11:17 am. The newcomer .,
we've met a lot of interesting here should weighed exactly 9 lb. 10 oz. The
we mention a won- 1119 W.
Flagler
people. Our first meeting was MJarshalls have another son, Phone FR 3-7002
derful guy, Bob Gerhldt, who has
with Preston Burrows, part really 'gone out of his way' to Thurgood Jr., now 23 months. I
owner of the Sky Lark Club, show us around the place called
whom we find a very pleasant Nassau . The pigeon peas and
chap. And last Wednesday night, rice Paul Drake came in to catch the all of
hope you get homesickfor
show. Mr. Drake has a columnin 'em. They taste 'better hers

the Nassau Daily Tribune" . Up to now, I say there is
"Nassau After Dark and m
called ,
like Nassau I
no place and sug-
t he and another gentleman make
gest that you do as the Baha-
all of the clubs: and lets every- mians do . Live life, every
one know where to go to get golden minute of it. Peace.
their money's worth All in all,
it turns out that Mr. Drake is
the Walter Winchell of Nassau,
What certain Pallbearer
and we would like to thank him presi- ;
g, ;
dent of a local lodge appointedhis
for the very nice comments ho ,
wife as a delegate to a cer-
made on our show.
tain Grand Lodge after one of (
his secretaries electedas
been
had
LORD FLEA and his boys are
at the Junkanoo Club and are the delegate?

being highly received by all. t :
One of the more popular nightspots I t i
is Paul Meere's Tropicana "
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SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1958 PAGE 9

AnniversaryNEW
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TEENAGER YORK Internationally
LIBCITYD
famous Marian
Anderson was
DROWNS IN honored by The Links, Inc., here
SNAKE CREEKIsaac last weekend and received -m SVI IN HCATRE
award citing her as "Goodwill
Moore, 19, of 5236 SW Ambassador: Singer and Humanitarian -
16th St., West Hollywood, fell ," at the anlzalion's NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
from the bank of Snake Creek axa Tenth Anniversary Banquet.
Canal aibout 3 pjm. Sunday. His
body was fished from a tangle E Frederic Morrow, adminis-
of weeds two hours later by a trative officer for Special Pro- FRIDAY SATURDAY
skin diver.A jects in the office of 'President -
friend, Lawyer Thornton, Eisenhower, delivered the (ban
said he saw the youth topple Into quet address. The event was
the canal, Jumped to the rescue, staged in the Modern: Room of ROBERTTCHUN
but couldn't find Moore. the Belmont Plaza Hotel, where
He drowned near the Highway the convention was headquar- r
441 Bridge. tered. fasts the screen !
The banquet marked the end
of the three-day meeting of bus-
SENATE TO HEAR iness sessions dnterspersed with
tours, luncheons and receptions.
JACKIE ROBINSONNEW Highlight of the first day's program '
YORK Jackie Robinson I was a tour of the United q
etleteased
accepted an Invitation I Nations during which time the w '
group was addressed by Dr.
Thursday ___to_ appear. before_ a I 9 Ralph Bunche, UN Undersecretary. -
senate subcommittee Friday, Ilw 0 tUirkd
.
July 18, to testify regarding a I ArUslt \
house-passed bill to give base- Is Curtis Charles Flood, the Mrs. Gertrude Nabrit Thomas,
ball and other professional 'St. Louis Cardinals 20-year-old general convention chairman, -
sports exemptions from anti- centerfielder a "iminature Willie New York, ,indicated the con-
trust laws. May" as a St. Louis sports writer vention was well attended witha I MAN AGAINST TIGER SIMRKI
The former Brooklyn Dodgerstar described him recently? registration of approximately f
now an executive with a 500 delegates from all sections
restaurant chain, said he had received Will young Flood continue to of the country. VI tOR
the Invitation Thursdayand play the type of ball that will Officers for the ensuing year
immediately wired back that make St. Louis fans divide their include Mrs. Pauline Fletcher
he 'Vvould be happy to appear." allegiance with longtime idol Weeden, Lynchburg, Va., president -I
Stan Musial? ; Mrs. Bennie McLendon,
Atlanta, Ga., vice president; Mrs.
SIFFORD TIES Right now, the answer seemsyes. Bernice Hudson McAllister,
Into San Francisco this Cleveland, Ohio, national record
FOR LEAD ,IN week where Herman and Laura ing secretary; Mrs. GertrudeThomas TUESDAY
GOLF TOURNEYWethersfield Flood tof Oakland, will see their New York, national financial SUNDAY MONDAY -
youngest son play ball for the secretary; Mrs. Anna
Conn. An 8- first time in their lives, Cur Julian, Oak Park, Ill., treasurer
under-par 63 gave Charlie Sif- continues to make the right Mrs. Alberta Banner Turner, Co TNTHIs GIRL'S
ford a tie with Jack Burke moves at the right time. lumbus, Ohio, program chairmanand
Thursday for the first round !Mrs. INorvloate Downing, : CONFESSIONSMADE
lead in the annual $25,000 Insurance Short and sturdy at 5'9" and Newport News, Va., public rela ,
City Open Golf Tour- weighing 165 pounds, Flood has tions chairman.
nament. learned to hit behind the run- Executive board members in- i MILLIONS

Bracketed in a four-way tie ner and also helping! to move clue Mrs. Sarah Strickland Scott, _
for third place with scores of 65 more of his teammates into Philadelphia; Mrs. Prudence Irving = a GASP I
were Doug Ford, Marty Furgol, scoring position. Since he was Rhode Island; Mrs. Esme- ,.':
George Bayer and Jim Ferrie. recalled last May 2 (much to his ralda Rich \Hawkins, Rocky Mt.,, I From the shoctdnnbestseller
Sifford, four-time Negro national surprise) Flood credits much of N.c.; Mrs. Ursula Murrell, Los that reveaJld
champion who placed the tutoring he has received to Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. Vivian more than a flirt ever \
third here two years ago, chip- manager Fred Hutchinson and Beamon, Cincinnati, Ohio. revealed of herself before-

ped in for an eagle three on the Musial. .." .,., .,.,.,.,.,., .,.,..."' ... .,., ..., I s a girt for whom there wt
498-yard second hole. He also
.man...
posted eight birdies and two bo- """ .,., ....,.,.." "' ...... "' .,., ...... ... ..., t.m: tlmoitanymtn..t
gies on this round. LLOYD'SBeauty : '
Sifford also won the Ray Mit- For the best in good, home. '

in chell Miami North-South in February.Tournament cooked meal, be "sure to Shop DOROTHY MAIONE-ERROLFLYNN

Burke had 10 one-putt greens. visit MMrfithtrJihiBtrrymoriTOOMUCHTOOSOON
u plug Binyam
Apex System
He equalled the course reaordwith "
a 30 on the front nine.
THE ELBOW ROOMRESTAURANT ;
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ave. and 10th st. Courteous ,. Prompt Service BUNCHETHEATRE
Miss Clara Mae Wilson, 23, of
365 NW 16th Terr., was stabbed: 5994 N.W. 22nd AveMrs. OPA LOCKATel.
with an ice pick about 10:45: at
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Arlene Broxton, Prop.
the corner of NW 3rd Ave. and
SUN., MON., TUES.
llth A9
Terr. The man left the ice I'

Pick In Miss Wilson's body. L...... ....,., "' '''... TWO HORROR HITS y
Miss Dorothy Mobley, of 709 I YOUNG
NW 2nd ave., was stabbed witha I "I WAS A TEENAGEFRANKENSTEIN"
knife about 11:45: at the bus
stop at the corner of NW 2nd j
ave. and 9th st. and
Gibson, who escaped the city ENJOY THE STARTS WEDNESDAY I
stockade a ,month, ago where he Blood of Dracu ".. I

was serving a term for the ether>i GALA SHOW .iL'- .
four stabbings, was sitting I Li the 3
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front room of a rear house when 'AT THE J I, -- >;
officers burst In. He arose and 'MRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL
offered his hands for the hand

cuffs.When arrested Gibson refused JIMJAM

to answer any questions about THEATRE
the Saturday night bus staying! WE . .
of the Booker T Washington: SAT MIDNIGHTSUN. tERRIFYINS a ,
High School student. ., MON., TUES. S You
The popularity of Miss Sweet JULY 13 14 15 iHSUaE G
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which she was held was evi- PECK FRIG'H' T WIIIIAMRING[(
denced by the overflow crowd plus JIM 1ACltupLUNDERERSt
CLUB
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TRYOUTSTallahassee ord for 1958.Williams .
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Three members tingles, eight doubles and two
of the Florida A&M basaball round trippers for an average of
27This nine tried out with the Pitts- 312. His 17 rbi's was the Ratt-
Convention Here July 22 burgh Pirates here on the A&M lers' second best of the season.
field last week. The outcome of Williams scored 24 runs.
." the tryouts were not disclosed. Second sacker Edwards batted
/ city will be host to the Pitcher Cullen Lowe, oenter- only .281 an had 11 rbi's to
14th !Biennial session of the Na PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1948 fielder George Williams, and his credit. He is a slick fielding
tional School of Wisdom and second sacker Eugene Edwardswere glove man and made several
young People's Educational) THE MIAMI TIMES-c'The People Newspaper" A&M 'players reporting to spectacular plays this spring. He
tYPe) Congress of Triumph the Fred Hering. Hering is the Pi- had only one extra base hit in
Church and :Kingdom of God In rate's southeastern scouting sup- his total of 18 blows and scored -

Christ, July 2227. -- ..... ..... -- ....---- ... UNITED COLLEGE ervisor. 16 runs. .
The six days and nights sessions Lowe led the A&M batters ----------
will be under the auspices: PUN PHUNBy FUND SHARES with an average of .550 for nine REGISTER
of Dr. C. W. Drummond of Anderson games.
Ind. for 14 years Na- PHIL OSSOFER $326,250New He had eight singles, two TODAY

tional superintendent of the ......-... ..."'-" """ ........_ "'"' ..--.A..... York The United Ne- doubles and one home run. Lowe
Congress. (He Issued the procla- College Fund contributed IIIIIIA.a""' .."." ",.,. , _
local that gro II- "" ""'Ja 'ww.- "':'Jr.r -"'no.'U' -
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state and submarine
"baby"
tion calllna: all That $326,250 to its 83 member col- I.
superintendents, YPE Band arrived in Miami last week leges and universities today, according -
presidents, district, state and brought to mind my Navy days to W. J. Trent, Jr., Fund Furnished ApartmentsAS
2. I was
county supervisors, delegates during World War executive director.
session commencing. at 12 noon drafted late (1944)) when the The allocation is the second
22. Dr. Drum- board hard for draftees LOW AS
Tuesday, July draft up ''distribution' of money during
forward with the bottom of the barrel" -
mond is looking "scraped
1958. It brings the total amount
in one Joint found me by looking
and friends They
visitors ,
received this year by the parti- $19.95 week
prayer and anticipation that this under the barrel! cipating colleges to $861,779. per
the greatest session At boot the first thing
session will be camp C. of
Sanley Hope, president
of its kind in the history of they did was cut my hair short. Esso Standard Oil Co. and 1958 LIGHTS GAS & WATER INCLUDED
the church.: I; figured my wife had somethingto
national cam pain chairman, reports -
will bring some do with this . she didn't
This meeting the fund-raising appeal for Select Your Own Brand New Furniture Which
national :figures want Waves getting Into my
of the leading any
ahead of
the colleges running
of the church to the magic city. hair. Life there was a bit confusing Becomes Yours
Heading, the vast delegation will I was slow catching on. last year.
"Volunteer chairmen In
of His Excel- When ordered to get into a single our
be the presence
lency, the honorable Chief Bish- line, I hesitated . I was mar- campaign communities, includ- Unfurnished Apts. $24 weekSEE
ing those hardest hit by the recession -
op D. H. Harris, of Bittsburg ried, you see. The food was good "
Penn., Bishop C. C. Alkinson of but the beds were the fount.: Had are optimistic, Mr.
Hope said."Thirtytwo. SAM B. SOLOMON AT
the Third Episcopal Diocese to tell corny Jokes to keep up
Bishop R. G. Glanton of the 10th the boys' morale and occasion- of the UNCF's 33
Episcopal Diocese, Bishop H. M. ally they would laugh to keep colleges are located in the South. BONDED COLLECTION/ AGENCY
Harris of Los Angeles, Calif., up mine. Later we were sent to They make higher education i
,
Bishop C. H. Folmar, the pre- Utah to a oipply depot. We called available to young Negro men
cider of South Africa, Bishops A. it the USS Neversail. Spent; and women where the majority 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 3-8416

C. Martin, L. C. Ferguson of the my two years in the Navy there. of them live. Reports from oui ,,,,., .,. .
Coleman campaign. areas include that 'JJIoOII.&" '!:. :, 'ti"-f'' : ; :it ,,: -
Bahamas, Bishop L. (Long time no sea!) .', .;-- :11'' I )'F"1; : : '" at":-, "

Prince general J..recording D. Walker secretary Jr. of, I It was there that I publisheda thoughtful country Americans are convinced throughoutthe of the I I - . C\j!' -'. t; b.. -. Ifo'-

Cleveland, Ohio, editor and sec- paper (one typewritten sheet) continuing need for these Inde-
board called "The Weakly Anemia'pendent, accredited colleges.
retary of the publication Amateur
Mrs. H. Harris of St. Louis, Mo., because of its poor circulation The 1958 campaign, to raise Night
the National Mother and many . (one copy). Later wrote a 10 percent of the operating costs TUESDAYNassau
others will enjoy the gold coastof column called "Corn on the of the 33 UNCF colleges, beganin
Florida. Gob"I April and will continue until NightTHURSDAY
Many delegates and friends was promoted to petty officer Dec. 31."Active. ) Y
will leave the shores of Miami I which, I soon found out, got campaigning will be "
by plane to visit the good people I its name from the method ol steped up again in the fall in F
of the (Bahama Islands, payment . from petty cash! the 120 cities and towns where SIR JOHN CLUBNW
Dade County and all Florida It was only after I was discharged organized UNCF appeals are
under the leadership of Prince that I found out why conducted," Mr. Hope said 3rd Ave. & 6th St. I *
R. L. Williams is expected to they wouldn't allow me aboard "These include the communities mt
No Admission No Cover
"
I give the vast delegation a mem ship . they didn't want a jokes where the Fund's 33 member J
orable reception. Prince Williams on the deckl! colleges are located." No Minimum Package .

who is the state superintendent Store Prices ,

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preparation to receive the con Mary's Beauty Shop Wally Futch and the ?. t "
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inent men and women from th1 Exotic Dancer
religious, civic, business, pro- MRS. VERNICE JAMES MRS. ANNIE PEARL ROUNDTREEMRS.
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the city will greet the delegationThe MRS. MARY WILSON, OWNER MISS ESTELLA JACKSONSongtress
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SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1958 PAGE 11

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ST. PAUL A. M. E. Walker and his congregation
from West Hollywood. At 4 pjn.
3680 Thomas Ave. Dr. F. E. Sneed, pastor of St. Paul
c1trc Rev. Thomas C. Kelley, pastor AME Church, accompanied by
Miss Helen M. Jackson, reporter his congregation will deliver the

Sunday School was held at the closing message.
usual time with the superintendent -
Robert Dawktns, presiding. ST. MARY'S W. M.

At the morning worship services Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporterRev
the congregation listened to an E. A. Culmer, pastor
CHURCH NEW BETHEL BAPTIST St. Matthew AME Zion inspiring message by the pastor.
1571 His subject was, 'The Trium- Sunday School began at the
N.W. 68th Terr.
ince H. Mobley, pastor Rev. G. Jones 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. phant Belief." Highlights of the usual hour of 9:30: am., with
ister L. McAnny, reportere pastor Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor :ermon were presented in the Miss Helen Trotman acting sup
Sunday School........... 9:45
: a.m. Sunday School............... 9:45 a.m. erintendent. Clares
form of Who shall ( took their
Morning worship .................. 11:00: two questions:
Justice and Mercy of Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m.
Evening worship .................... 7:30: separate us from the love of respective places with the
i" was the subject of the les- Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. God?. And What shall separateus teachers at their posts. The lesson -

on Sunday past. Memory FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. from the love of God?? Nothing was reviewed by our pastor.
found in Psalm 103:17. FIRST UNITARIANDuring
:
e will be able to affect us as
wonderful thoughts were The 11 am. services were in
y Christians.On .
C. J.
Burney, pastor the vacation of t h c of the
lesson.he charge
Bussed on the Claudia pastor. Love Feast
Wilson reporterWe Rev. Glenn I
O.
Canfield, guest
and
testimonial
Sunday afternoon the Sunday service were
YPE band was very edu- were blessed and we thank speakers will occupy the pulpitof School sponsored a tea held The pastor lectured for a
onal. Possessing a spiritual God for another first Sunday. We the First Unitarian Church which was quite successful. The few! minutes from the First
d was the subject of the les- had a fine time throughout the which is located on Dixie Highway proceeds will be used to provide Epistle of John, theme, "T h e
Scripture found la. Phil. day. Our Sunday School began at S. W. 29th Road. a larger delegation to attend Relationship to the Church and
8 n Timothy 1:7-10. I' On Sunday, July 13, at 11 a.m. God."
The
; at 9:30: ajn. We had a beautiful the Sunday School Convention spirit was high and
e evening devotional ser- lesson. The morning messagE'' the Honorable John B. Orr, Jr, to be held in Homestead.The everyone was blessed. The male
was conducted by Bro. Ed- was delivered by a visiting minIster i state representative, will speakon members of the Servitor chorus and No. 1 and 2 choirs
rd. The testimony meeting Rev. R. L. Poodle of Dub- the subject "With Our Feet Club held their monthly meetinglast rendered music with Mrs. U.

opened and closed by MothL. lin, Ga., text Isaiah 55:7, theme, Firmly Planted in MidAir"Last Thursday night at the homeof Higgs at the organ, and No. 2
| Marshall. The message for "To Accept God's Way." The j' year Mr. Orr received Mrs. Alveta Vickers. The ushers served.
evening was delivered byter evening message, was delivered the American Heritage Award, next meeting will be held at the
A. B. Phillips, Mother L. home of Mrs. Evelyn Counts. The 7:30: devotion was led by
by our pastor. Text, Psalms 124: which cited him as the person the pastor. He preached from
dshall, Mother M. WilliamsRev. 1. Theme, "If It Wasn't For The best exemplifying the American Revelation 21:3
O. Griffin. TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. : ; subject "God,
.
Lord. Both messages were delivered heritage during 1956. Presence With Men." The sermon -

unday night was the closingst with !power and enjoyed I On Wednesday, July 16, 6 pjm L. A. Thompson, pastor was very touching and the
Community Group No. 1 ill
half of the church rally and w spirit was high Holy Communion
The choirs rendered music
have a box upper at the Emer- The men of the church met on
ten was
club had a nice administered Both
report. combined throughout the day.
Cabana In Beach and
man Hollywood Saturday evening bad' choirs
the
male
and chorus and
Lb No.1............................ $63.00 The usher boards were combined and on Friday, July 18, 8 pjn heart-to-heart talk concerning both usher boards served. ,
bulb No. 2 ..........._............... 58.70ub in their work. We want all of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Altschule the approaching Men's Day, July
No.3............................ 66.00 our visitors to know that they will be hosts to Community; 27. Beginning this Saturday with The 'public is Invited to a bar-
Hub No.4............................ 97.55 were welcome in our services. Group No. 5 at their home 3080 the assistance of the i ladles, beoue sale at the church hall on
lub No.5............................ 74.28 Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Kirk St., Coconut Grove. dinners will be served from 4 Friday evening. And on July 18
I p.m. until ? for a donation o f I a "Trip to Bermuda" will be
| The. grand total was $359.53.We NEW MT. CALVARYRev. I SALTERS CHAPEL AME $1.00 Apart from chicken and were honored to have many fish dinners, crab and rice will children 50 cents; teenagers 75c
1 our visiting friends worship W. P. Tarpley, pastor Ruth Twiggs, reporterRev. be a specialty. The women are Bus will leave the church at
ith us. Edna E. Thompson, reporter I J. S. Blake, pastor"It doing a big Job in helping the 16W NW 5th court at 7:30 pjn.
In their efforts.
men
Sunday School was opened up is a I ood thing to give
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER at the ,usual hour by the super MARTIN MEMORIAL AME
thanks unto the Lord, and to sing Sunday at 3 p.m. the Improved -
N\v 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. intendent" singing "Near The praises unto thy name, O Most Pallbearers' Lodge, Rev. A. Richmond Heights
Cross, then the teachers took High." H. Ferguson Grand President
Phone FR 9-1424 Rev. Albert Jones, pastor
MASSES charge of their classes. Each Sunday School began at the will hold its installation serviceat Wilma M. Harris, reporter

Dally................................... 8 a.m. class had a large attendance. ThE usual hour with the superintendent Temple. An Inspiring program
from this sub '
teachers taught Sister Agnes Davis In' is anticipated Sunday was truly a wonderfulday
:SuncLy: ............ 7 a.m. & 8:30: ajn.
ject "The Justice and Mercy of charge. All teachers were at their at our church, the (Holy Spi-
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. God." The lesson was wonderfully I posts. ST. JAMES A.M.E.Dr. it was highly prevalent. Sunday
reviewed by Rev. Melton i At 11 a.m. the sermon was School .began at the usual hour
James Culmer, pastor We were blessed this morning to delivered by the Rev. G. F. A. Joseph Reddick, pastor and was largely attended.
Eddie Edwards clerk baptized five. Ponder of Melvin Fla. His text Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter The scripture lesson for the

[ Sunday School ................ 9:30 a.m. Prayer service was conductedby was taken from St. Luke 22:19. Services on last Sunday at St. morning service was taken from
Morning worship .................. 11:00 Deacons Martin and Smith. The Lord's Supper was then administered James beginning with the Sun- the 65th Psalm Our pastor also
Westminister Fellowship .... 6 p.m. Deacon Smith prayed a sou 1 by the pastor. day School were Impressive and took his delivered text from said chapterand
a truly heart
touching prayer and Deacon Inspiring, Dr. Rtjddiek !preached -
The ACE League met at 5:30: warming message. Holy Eucharist -
Ml. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Land led a fine burning song. and demon
p.m. with the president, Sister with great power was administered at both
E. M. Thomas, pastor The pastor ipreached "from this Claudia Roblnron! In charge.At Oretha Holder reporter subject, "A New Life. 7 p.m. after the devotional Sister Callie Bradwell accepted
Evening prayer service was service the sermon was delivered Christ as her personal Saviour At our night service our pas-
"Remember the Sabbath day conducted by Deacon Martin and by the pastor on the subject, during the morning worship tor spoke from the 8th chapter
and keep it holy," in carryingout Larid. The pastor preached from "Who Touched Me?" Usher period of St. John and delivered an
God's commandment the ser- ths subject "Give Me Jesus." We board No. 1 and choir No. 1 The North Miami District equally inspiring sermon Our
vices at our church began with had a wonderful service throughout rendered service for the day. Sunday School Convention is choir Bang for the first time since
the Sunday School. the day. Visit the sick, its Come and worship with us now In session at the "Friendly Its reorganization. Mrs. Leila
our duty. You are always welcome. Church." The Rev. Frank A. Williams assisted us with the
At 11 ajn. an inspiring devo- Allen, presiding elder of the music. and gave us some very
tional service was conducted by TRINITY WESLEYANRev. ST. MATTHEW FREEWILl District along with the loyal good advice about more practice.
the deacons and deaconesses with ministers and laymen have Her husband also gave a brief
soul-stirring prayers. The churchwas George E. Johnson, pastor 408 N.W. 21st St. worked untiringly toward build- but interesting talk.
filled to its capacity. Music Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor ing the Kingdom of God on On last Tuesday the Rev. O.
was rendered by the No. 2 choir Sunday School................,- B am Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Earth. W. Burroughs his choir and
who sang zion songs. The mes- Morning worship .................... 11:00: Our Institute work has been members of his congregationcame
sage was delivered by the pastor Young People's Meeting 5 p.m The church where welcome.you will always conducted by the following: The down to worship with us

found Acts 8:39: subject "Re- of find a homely Ministerial Clinic: Rev. R. H. and help in this great cause.
ligion," the message was well Mrs. Frances Baumgartner Sunday School was called to Mobley; The Sunday School, Mr. Words can't express our apprec-
will lead the dis- order by singing, "Jesus Keep
Miami
delivered and received by all North J. Ten-Ill; The ACE League. Mrs. iation.
Faith"
"One Universal Me Near the Crofs. Our topic
cussion on
present. We have Catherine Stubbs; The Missionary -
were blessed to
two joiners under Christian ex- 7:45: p.m. Sunday. July 13 at the was "The Goodness of God." It Department, Mrs. J. W. On the first Tuesday in July
perience. Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th ave. was wonderfully explained. Burroughs.With the Rev. Johnson of Perrine, his
All races and faiths are cor- Morning ,service was led by great fervor and spiritual choir and members also came to
Sunday night at 7 o'clock devotional dially invited. Deacon Sneed at 11:35.: The message -, glow, the Revs. A. J. Beard, worship with us.
was conducted by the was delivered by the pastor H. M. WiLson, J. W. Burroughsand Don't forget the dinner tale
deacons and deaconesses. Againthe BETHANY BAPTIST Rev. Woodley, subject "Pre aIrvj H. M. Salmon, accompaniedby every Saturday. Place your order
church was filled. The mes- Stdeet On" taken from St. Mat- their respective congregations now and help your church bulldog
sage was delivered by the pastor 3316 N.W. 50th thew 23:13. have preached great and mem- fund. Call Mrt. ,NeUe Groe-
subject "A Faithful Witness." Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor"I The YPCL was called to orderat orable sermons. tat at CE 5-5587 or Mrs. Myrtle

After service the Lord's Supper was glad when they said 6 p.m. by Sister Wallace. The convention will begin on Bethel at CE 55447.

was administered to those unto me, let us go into the Evening service was led by Sunday morning at 9:30: with the
who wanted to be fed. house of the Lord." Deacon Jenkins. The Lord's Sunday School of which Bro -
Let us remember the sick and Sunday was another day ol Supper was administered! by the John Terrill is district superin
those In need of spiritual guid- rejoicing and high spirit, begin- pastor. Music was rendered by tendent. During the 11 am. t uS
ance in our prayers and to the ning with Sunday School at 9:30: choir No. 2 all day, and the y worhlp period the Rev. F. A.
public you are Invited to worship and a very fine attendance, sang out of their oul. Allen will deliver the message. ::=- : -
am. - .
with us on next Sunday. Sis. Phillips, superintendent, do- Our Bible Vacation School The back to "God Hour" willbegin ---- ..: "
wonderful Job. began on July 7, Please send at 2 pin. with the Rev E. ... - !
ST. JAMES BAPTIST Ing a your children out. They will &f.' Blocker and his congregationin x
I The morning message a tour have fun. charge. The Laymen hour
323 N.W. 14th St. 11 ajn. services was delivered by will feature the Rev. William,
Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor the pastor, taken from I John ST. MATTHEW BAPTIST We build according to
Sunday Services 5:11-12 "The life we> live" and your plane or our
Sunday School 9:30 am. was truly an inspiration to all Rev. N. T. Clark pastor
Morning Worship 11:00 am who heard it. Rev. J. E. Monroe reporter NEW No down payment
BTU ._ 5:30 altO blessed to have
? pjn.
We were
Evening Worship 7:30 pjn Rev. George Dove who pastors at' this Looking Sunday for Well some look place no to fur&+ PHONE NUMBER UM your lot
evening
Visitors always welcome bring us the
Clewiston Come to St. Matthew'sBaptist
ther.
hearts 1f [ L3CL
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message, Inspired Church, the church witha FR 9-6779

CORINTH BAPTISTMeets burn as us he to admonished renew our and Confidence - message. Ask your friends will who teD G C! (U L 4 c
and
every 2nd and 4th Sundayt God speaking from the have visited us they
1ft Olive Primitive Baptist i PlaIm.In you Its the church with a message NORTH'S 100% FinancingNE
Church. 23rd happy to have and "the sweetest music TRAVEL BUREAU

Sunday School .......-..-....... MO We were friends very at both services this side of heaven." Hear the 54171
Morning worship 1130 visiting special invita- No. 2 choir at Its best this Sun General. Building CentraHer
Zventng Service , .-. WOHer. ; and we extend a and worship day, and .I dare you to com to 1104 N.W. '3rd -Are.
all to come 1121 NW Mtl U.
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one week in prison and fined 1957 season the total receipt on League announces job oppor- per Location annum. of position Depart-
:
$1,400 in the Magistrate Court on the horses was $1,054,949.60That tunities for positions under the ment of Army, Atlanta area, and
July 3. lie was arrested on June $591,855.60 went from the City, County and State Civi; other Federal agencies in the
OPPORTUNITIES for Negro nand 7 for operating the "nwnberbu.s.iness" grand stand and $462,994 was Services. For detail information Atlanta area.
women. We pay as you learn. regarding Civil Service Jobs con-
and a gambling house. the contribution of the Clubhouse Farm Management Supervisor
Phone FIR 4-1581. A2 Failure to pay the fine carries a patrons. It all bolls down to the tact the Urban League, locatedat Starting salary: GS-5 $3670 a

one year prison sentence. fact that native Bahamians put 395 NW l&t st., or call 'FR pear GS-7 $4525 a year.
CHILD CAREThe about 75 per cent of the stake on 16476.

Randolph's Kiddy Inn will \Holland G. Smith, who left I the homes. City ''of Miami (Civil 'Service Location of position: For duty
the Bahamas in 1948 to study in Board announces an open com with the Farmer's Home Admin-
.
be throughout the summer.
For open information please call the United States, arrived in Income Property4unit petitive examination for the following istration, U. S. Dept of Agricul-

NE 51833. JU13 Nassau last week. He was positions: ture, in the States of Alabama,
awarded the B. S. degree in CBS fully furnished, east [METER READER Date ofeeaminatioau Florida, Georgia, Mississippi,
SEWING MACHINES Civil Engineering from the Mich- of 17th Ave. in the fifties. : .July 16, closing North Carolina, South Carolina,
igan State University, East $14,800 total $4,200 down. Net date for filing application, noon Tennessee, also Puerto Rico and
REPAIRS income $125 a month after all July 12.AGE the Virgin Islands.
Lansing, Mich; the B. S. in lib-
eral arts magna cum laude from expenses and mortgage pay- : Applicants must have I
all Sewing ments. Persons interested in these -
Finest repairs on Virginia Union University, passed their 21st birthday. positions
Machines. Electrified parts and Richmond, Va. He also studied I Chelsea Realty, RealtorPL EDUCATION: Graduationfrom must apply at the Boardof
attachments Zig-Zag a specialty. Howard Univer- high school. Clerical experience U. S. Civil Service Examinersin
at
FR 4-5665. Jy19 engineering 4-4685 WI 5-2306 including mathematical the Post Office and file application -
he has
Since his
sity. graduation
Card Form: 57 (appli-
calculation required. Knowledge
been associated with the Mich-
FOR RENTTWO igan State Highway Department $5.00 RewardIt of the geographical layout of the cation for Federal employment.)
form 5001 ABC Preference
Card
is a severe lost to me that city of Miami required. Must
Division
EDBOOM Alpt. $16.75 Bridge and the renowned -
per form 15, with documentary proof
week, in Richmond Heights. Call Giffels and Vallet and L. someone took a bag of important have current State of Florida required therein, if you are
GE 54246. Ju19 Rossetti. Associated Architectsand insurance papers from any car motor vehicle operator's license. claiming Veterans' preferenceand
last Saturday afternoon, July 5, STARTING SALARY: $242
Engineers of Detroit. He Is a if the form Is required in
while in front of the per month, 40 hours week.
2-EEDROOM CBS house, fur member of the American Socie- parked .
nished. 14681 Tyler St., Richmond ty of Engineers, Alpha Phi Alpha Afro-American Life Insurance BLACKSMOTfll. your ca e.SCOTT'S
Heights. Call FR 9-1235 (office) National fraternity, and Na- Co. office. If the person who I Date of examination: July 22;
ot FR 9-2059 (home) Mrs. Williams tional Technical Association prossesses this bag kindly ,bring, closing date for filing application,
r Jy19 send or forward same to me at noon July 15.
Mr. Smith is the son of Mrs. the Afro's office, 840 INW 3rd AGE: Applicants must have

HOUSE. Three bedrooms, 2560 Caroline Smith of Wulff Road ave., or The Miami Times office, passed their 21st birthday.
NW 155th st. For informationcall and the late Ernest E. Smith of 1112 NW 3rd ave., a reward of STARTING SALARY: $297' Beauty Shop

PTFIVE 9-3h.! .... George Town, Exuma. He was $5.00 will be paid with no ques- per month, 40 hour week.
principal of the public schoolsat
tions asked.
Persons interested in these Hair & Scalp Specialist
iROOM bungalow with airy Moss Town, Exuma, and Percy A. Styles po-
.itioas must apply at the Miami
Staniard Creek
!Andros, before
'Florida, room located, ell near frnodern two conveniences !bus- going to the U. S. A.. Mrs. Smithis Civil Service office, 3318 P a n "Beauty is our most
,
a native of Nashville, Tenn., a 3 SPECIAL VALUES AT American Drive, Miami, Fla.
lines at 3268 NW 46th st. Avail- business"
graduate of Wayne Universityand Veterans' preference credits will Important
able for Inspection now. Phone Down be allowed as provided ,by Flor-
an elementary teacher in $1,495
PL 84433.BEAUTIFUL;
Detroit. i Beautiful 2-toedroom one-bath ida State law enacted June 6, 1966 N.W. 3rd Ave.
iI 1946, providing that a photo-
ROOM in private I CBS. Florida room, garbage, stat .
of discharge
home with privileges. AU con- Damage estimated at $65,800 nicely landscaped, $14,000 total. copy papers
veniences.Jfear, buses 21 and 4. was done to the Taxi Cab Build- OR and proof of disability, if any
Open all day Saturday and Sun- ing on Wulf Road when it was Lovely CBS duplex near 57th plus amount are furnished before -
closing date of examination.The .
day at imrifW,,58th &t. destroyed by fire on June 26 St. One side completely furnished. -
It was covered 'by $33,600. The United States Civil Ser-
Stove and refrigerator in House For Sale
vice
2-BEDROQM HOUSE in nice building was owned by about 80 other side. $13,500 total. Commission announces examination -
of career conditional
residential community. Contact shareholders. OR
appointment to the following Almost new 3 bed
positions ,
owner at 1363 NW '75th Terr or Spanking new 3-bedroom CBS "
I call PL 73336. Israel 88 of Fox Hill, City water, ddewalks, corner : room CJBJ5., awning
died at his home on, June 27. He lot. $12,990 total. Powered Ground Equipment type windows, hard.

ONE BEDROOM large living is survived by his wife, Julia; a Call or visit Repairer Salary: range: WB-15 $2.32 tc wood floors, carporte,
room anti kitchen of modern daughter, Ethel, two ,grandsonsand
$2.68 per hour.Location lot 100x105, rear fence
CBS house. Automatic washing two great grandsons, and a Gold Coast Realty ,
of positions: Palm $5,000 handles.
machine and telephone. 399 brother, William. Funeral services -
4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. Beach Air Force Base, Wes4
Charles Terr., Coconut Grove., were held at St. Anne'sChurch
See Melvin R. Jackson, 3540 Fla PL 4-5508 Palm Beach, Fla. 1581 NW 55 Ter.
Student trainee
: GS-2, 3, 4 -
Ave.. phone HI 6-12178. College student work study pro..

gram for scientific and technical
r( FOR SALE personnel.

Ij CE CORNER lot In Ft. Laud- Optional Fields: 1)) Engineering -
erdale, 3rd addition of Washington Master Barber Shop 2) mathematics and 3) phy- Call TAYLORFR

Park. Terms can be arranged. sics.Starting
Phones FR 1-5242 or PL Salary: GS-2, $2960,
171 13> GS-3, $3175, GS-4, $3415 per 9-1703

1. Jy12 163 NW.14th Street annum-
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3[ LARGE business lots In Hal

lindfele, Pembroke\ Road next "The Barber Shop of Distinction" The latest in hair styles at popular prices
to the Palms. For information
call NE 9-7690
evenings. FE-FE AND FAT, Owners
IVA'S BEAUTY SALON"WE
LOT 25x108: on All Baba Ave. J19HARRY'S

near 22nd ave. in Opa Locka.
Price reasonable. Call FR 94922. SPECIALIZE IN ALL PHASES

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PROPERTY.; Large 2-story OF BEAUTY

building in very good condition:
Seven apartments furnished, 6 MARKET
1027 N.W. 3rd Avenue
for rent and one for owner, all
on second floor Very reasonable .
price. Large store space;' storage' UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTThe PHONE FR 3-9510 ,

In back. Two large lots already:

cleared, one for business and the Market With! Dependable Service ... .,-' . . . '
other for dwelling. Inquire "at
' 2096 NW 54th st
Fresh Meat Vegetables Groceries

THREE BEDROOM house, 2560 O'NEALS BEAUTY SHOPPE
NW 155th St., Opa Locka. For information 1994 N.W. 4th Ave.
call PL 9-9631.:
PHONE FR 1.9421 e 1831 N.W3rd Avenue

Low Down
Payment --
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Ready( to move In, beautiful : AT POPULAR PRICES
frame house in excellent condi- ,
tion, 1260,NW 59th SL City water tROUBLE WT NEWT I J/ FREE SCALP TREATMENTMrs.
and sidewalk. Call Goodman Real HAVU4O
Estate, 2684 NW 62nd St. NEw- ipS? Lillie O'Neal, Prop. Mr. Madeline WI 118 a mill, operator
ton 5-0931.
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-- MEMORIALS
DEATHS I I SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1958 PAGE 13



:ARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn Range . mother, Mrs. Estella Zanders, a IN MEMORIAMIn
daughter, a sister, a brother and
family!Lee of the late Mr. sad but loving memory of Walter Wilson of 3006 NW 51st other relatives. Funeral arrange- loving memory of my wife
comer McCullough, who our dear
mother, St., died ments which
,
on Friday, July 4. Survivors are incomplete will
assed June 18, with to thank
DAISY RAIN are his be announced local radio
wife, Eunice, his over
[he many friends and neighborsor who departed this life July 12, parents,Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wil- stations.
their kind and 1956.
thoughtful
son, several sisters
and brothers I
deeds rendered during our hoursof Sleep on, mother, and take and other relatives. Services 1 The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. M
sorrow. For beautiful cards, your rest, we love you but God will be conducted on Friday at George Forbes, was stillborn at .,1.t
:
flowers and comforting loves /
words. you ibest. 2 Mt.
Sinai
pm. at the First Hospital on July 3.
We are also grateful to Rev. O. Alice Bain, daughter Church of Brownsville with Baptist the Graveside services were con- ...I II
W. Foster and his wonderful Gwendolyn Hudson, pastor, Rev. Brown officiating. ducted on July 7. I
members of Antioch Baptist granddaughter Burial will be in Lincoln Memorial I i I _______
Church and for the wonderful Baby girl Loirene
Cemetery. Sheppard,
I I
of the !'
service Range Funeral IN daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest .
Home. May God bless all of you. MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Muriel Floyd of 1713% I I Sheppard of 1612 NW 60th St., '

Mrs. Gussie McCollough memory of our darling son, NW 6th court, died on Sahirady, died at Variety Children Hospital ;2
brother and grandson, July 5, the victim of an automo- on July 5. Graveside service 't.MARGAIfET .
CARD OF THANKSThe HENRY: LYLES, JR. bile accident. She is survived by I i were conducted on July 8. ,. '" '... I

who departed this life July 6, two sisters, Mrs. Oleen Roberts .1lw1
family of the late, 1949. and Mrs. Albertha The infant son of Mr and Mrs. ,
Poitler both J 1
TIMOTHY NIX I I Sleep on and take your rest; ,of Liberty City, five sons and Edward Barbary of 1308 NW 7i' J
gratefully adkjnowledge its sta- we love you but the Lord loves 'daughters and other relatives. 66th St., was stillborn at a local / : "'
cerest thanks and appreciation to you best. Services 'Will be conducted on' hospital on July 6. Graveside I 4

their many friends for the kInd- Henry Lyles, Sr., father Saturday, July 2 at 4:30: p.m. at services 8. were conducted on July i ,. ', I. :.t.

ness tendered them during: their Eula Lyles, mother the Trinity Wesleyan Church,I ...,., ., .J ,:. .r
recent bereavement. Alberta Lyles, sister located on NW 2nd ave. and 14th " .*
To donors or cars, telegrams, Sandra Llyles, sister Terr., with the pastor, Rev. '..", ; > ', .iI.,.{; "." '".,
"lIl;
) ,. ,,
...
letters, cards received, we extend Neland Lyles, brother Johnson officiating. (Burial will For Sale By .101. _
our hearty thanks. Special Anthony Lyles, brother be conducted at Lincoln. 'BROWN
thanks to the Francis Funeral Louise Seymour, SUM MONS
who departed this life June 13
Staff and to the Rev. Aaron Hall grandmother Charlie Coats of 2151 All Baba 1953. ,

for his consoling sermon. Ave., Opa Locka, died at Jack- 2-bedroom stucco home, 1794 Gone, but not forgotten.
The Nix Family IN MEMORIAMIn son Memorial Hospital on July NW 74th Terr. Price $7,950. Jordan Brown, husband
6. (He is survived by his widow, Down payment $750, $75 per
CARD OF THANKSThe our dear sad /but one, loving memory of TommJe, 10 sons and daughters, month.

several_ _ sisters___ and. brothers.. _10
family of Oletha James ft Ln
giauui-iuiuren ana oiner rela- INCOME PROPERTY NEED MONEY?
wish to extend sincere thanks to .: tives. Services will be conducted Frame
duplex 2
theIr many friends and at the bedrooms each Then Hurry to'The
neighbors Church of God, Elder side, at 3249 NW 53rd St. Price
for cards, tokens, telegramsand Gamble officiating, on Saturday, $8,500, $750 down and $75
condolences in their way of July 12 at 1 pm. Burial will be month. a Jamaica Candle ShopAt
expressing sympathy In our time I conducted at Lincoln.
of bereavement. For these .specials call 6664 N.W. 15th Ave.

We wish to thank Friendshipchoir I Jasper Cox of 2031 NW 166th.St. Where hundred are being helped
No. 1 and Friendship ., died at the Paravilla Con Summonsday weekly from the Jamaica Blessed
Church, Mrs. Lizzie
Stetten and valescent Home on July 6. Sur- or night Oil and the Mystery dream seal
daughter, the girls and
Baptist Church of Bethel vivors are his sister, Mrs. Bea Phones HI 4-244&-PL 4-2529 JAMAICA SAM Pro,.
Richmond trice Johnson
two brothers
Heights, Rev. L. R. Ross Come write or Call
pastor; Julius and Ernest Valdez another
for the PL 8.1364 Today
beautiful floral.
m
relatives, Services will b e dtJAMES'

We wish to thank our pastor. conducted on Saturday July 12 Advertise It Pays!
Rev. C. J. Burney for spiritual at 9:30: am. at St. James< AME
advice and consolation; the Church with Rev. A. J. Rcddick
House of Albert for arrange- officiating. Burial will be conducted -
ments and at Lincoln.
loyal services ren-
dered.
Oletha died June 13 Jn the Bay E. Smith of 1216 NW 66th
Jackson Memorial St., died at Jackson Memorial
Hospital and
was laid to rest on June 19 in Hospital on May 7. lIe is .survived 5 & 10c STORE
by his widow Eula
Paradise pajdens. Mae,
May God bless all of you. a ers 5 sons 3 sisters and daughters, 2 broth- 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481
Mrs. Willie Mae James, and other relatives.
M. B, -ROMER .Services will be conducted on
And Family mother who departed this life on July July 11 at 4:30: pm. at the New AFTER VACATION SALE
10, 1956. Hope Baptist Church with Rev. RE-OPENING MONDAY, JULY 14
Gone, but not forgotten. Brown officiating. Burial will be
IN MEMORIAMIn -
May he rest in peace. 'Everegreen Cemeterly. .
The Family Boys Butt' ................ $1.00 Baby Underehlrt ....... 2to

grandmother memory, of my mother and Troy Campbell of 819 NW fi4'h! Girls Dromes? ................ 1.00 Plastic Drape ................ 878

MRS. JESSIE ALBURYwho --- St., died at Jactaon Memorial Sun Dr..... .................... 89e Kitchen Curtain pr: 1.00

died July 8, 1955. USE OUR CLASSIFIED Hospital where he on had Wednesday been a patient, July for 9, Diaper Set .................... 89c Bedspreads, ... .......... 1."$

May she dent in peace. COLUMNS FOR RESULTS! two weeks. Survivors are his 2pc. Halter 0nd Colored

The Family Shorts ..............-.... 89o Bedspreads, ... .... 1.98
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Boys Short Pant ........ 49c Raincoats, ea. ............. 1.29
IN
MEMORIAMIn Cotton Panties Umbrellas, .*. .......... 148Sunglaps
RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
loving memory of our dear 5 pr. for ................ 1.00 *., *.. ,......... tie
mother and (grandmother, Baby Diaper Shirt .... 390 Men's Socks, ea. _-..... Sic

who MRS. BERTHA DAMES PRIVATE FOR HIRE L.4dlll' Short ............ 1.00 Baby Shoes, pr. .......... 1.00
departed this life July 2,

1950.May Simplicity pattern, Material, Keys made, Money Order Sold
The she Heastle rest in Family peace. Ambulance Service every day Monday thru Friday 8 ..m. 7:30: p.m. Saturday

Till 9 p.m.-CloMd Sunday

IN MEMORIAM FRanklin 3-5900 .

In loving memory of the late, .

HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL"A
SERVICE is our most


IMPORTANT FUNCTION . .
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Living Service For The Living" Robert Barnett


Range Funeral HomeOSCAR Clarence W. Seniors

Mr*. Gwendolyn Sawyer Barnett

AND ATHALIE RANGE Owner*
Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson
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PHONES PL 4e7468-PL 1.1331
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CHARLES A. COX (Established 1928)
who died on July 13, 1950
It's hard, so hard, to break the Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service MAIN OFFICE /
tender cord.
When love has bound the heart. 236 N.W. 7th St. Phone FR 7.1081
It's hard, so hard, dear one, Funerals Within Range of Each Budget IX
To say the words,
We must forever part. BROWNSVILLE t
Sleep on dear one, and take .os.. ,

love your: rest you, best.we love you but God 315'N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440 2336 N.W. 46th St. .. Phone NE 32231lli. ,

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MIAMI TIMES"The Peoples New.paper" fanity and with disorderly conduct Camping Daze ty for your /boy to get away
by fight, with Joe Benson, ,from the crowded city for -a per-
I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1958 fined $25 or 10 days on the two Located at Lake Placid, 150 iod of wholesome recreation and
charges combined. north of Miami, is one of Amer-
outdoor life.

. . . .1..1. . . . . Nathan Lang, charged with ica's finest camps the Miami
.1 carrying concealed weapon (an YMCA Boys' Camp. The camp ,For additional informationcall

automatic '(pistol) fined $35 or covers an 'area of 150 acres and or visit the Carver YMCA,
Good 14 days, and the gun was con- is equipped to accommodate 100
Morning Judge 340 NW 13th St., FR 4-7829.
fiscated by the court. boys. i Jj

News From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court Henry Birch, charged with How well can your youngster
concealed LOTS FOR SALE
carrying weapon (a
handle a canoe? Shoot the bow
JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, PresidingBy knife) fined $35 or 14 days.
and arrowHow good is his tar- Easy Terms
Elliott J. Pieze Times Staff Writer
(Matthew Robinson
changed
get with a .22 rifleQualified Build on your lot
- ____ _UT_ _ _ with assault and battery with
counselors !will be available to or mine
hands on Victoria Jones and with
(Following the long and. :hectic I sentences on day to day basis. assault and battery with a gar: assist boys in these activitiesand We take care of financingNO

4th of July holiday weekend, a Ruby Atkins, charge with bage can on Victoria Jones, fin- many more, when the Car- MONEY DOWN
whopping 137 6asas was listed disorderly conduct /by using profanity ed $10 or four days on. the first
for trial in Judge John D. John- fined $35 or 4 days. charge, (dismissed on the sec- ver "Y" goes to camp August Cash paid for your lots or
son's Municipal Court on Mon ond. 23--34. Will your son partici- home
(Morris
Ernest Sweeting and
day morning. Thomas, both charged with dis- I Herbert Tinter, charged with pate? This is a real opportuni- Baron, JE 8.1340
Judge Johnson is now on vacation orderly conduct by fighting, both assault with a knife on David
and Judge Francis! A. So- fine $10 or four days. Williams, fined $35 or 14 days.
bieski presided over the court.
Jim Harman, charged with disorderly Charlie Hayes, charged with REACTIVATION HEALTH CENTERHours
too'small
far
The courtroom
was conduct by using
pro- !
assault: and battery on James
to accommodate the overcapacity fanity, fined $10 or four days. Willie Carter, fined $75 or 30 : 10:00: a.m. to 10:00 p.m.-By Appointment
crowd 'wish jammed into -
the aisle and over-flowed into Richard Ousley, charged' with 30 days. SERVICES: :-Swedish Massage, Whirlpool Baths, Therapeutlo

the lobby. vagrancy, fined $50 or 20 days. Baths, Colonic Irrigations, Electronic Spot Reducing, Electronic

Somewhat disgusting was the Joe Benson, charged with HARLEM SQUARE Facials, Facial Massages and Packs, Light Therapy, Toning
case of Leonard Bradley, 1351 carrying concealed weapon (a Therapy, Rubdowns, Rehabilitation Therapy, Mechanical Gym
NW First place, who was charged knife) and with disorderly con- SWEET SHOPA
with carrying concealed duct by fighting with Rufus Ellis, Sue Harris, R.N., P.T., Director Willie C. Coffee, Masaeurer
FULL LINE
OF GROCERIES
(a ). Bradley was
weapon gun fined $70 or 24 days on the two
Phone FR 3-3381 276 N.W. 6th Street
also charged with resisting arrest charges: combined. COLD CUTS COSMETICS I
and with assault and bat- SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SITt JOHN .MOTEL
tery on Officer G. Rawls. The .Rufus Ellis, charged with disorderly 208 N.W. 10th St. I
incident occurred Thursday at I conduct by using pro-
the home where Bradley lives, I
according to the arresting offi-

cers.Officer
Charles Thomas told A
p7 te
the court that he and his partner "
received a call to igo to the '
Bradley home to investigate a r '
Mooting incident. Upon arrival : "
Officer Thomas said they met
Bradley on the porch with a gun
sticking out of his right side
pocket. The officer said they immediately -
placed Bradley under
arrest an attempted to relieve
him of the gun. But Bradley refused t
to submit to arrest. In
:
fact Bradley really put on a
show in resisting arrest. Shortly k ,
after, three more officers ; :
came on the scene to assist the
first two in making the arrest. + a
Altogether a total of ,five officers ]- f ,tk no 4,,t '
were forced to join 1 in
order to subdue Bradley. Duringthe
tussle Bradley kicked Officer -
Rawls in the stomach % .

In his defense Bradley was "

respnted by a White attorney : : : :

Who did a good job in defending .. : ::
Bradley 'but who was not able ; "
to overcome the damaging testi- : i
mony which the officers had
presented against Bradley.
The gun was presented in evi-
dence against 'Bradley. $tF a ; I ,

Judge Sobieski found( Bradley;
guilty on all three counts and<
fined him a total of $60 or 24' ca! T
days on the three charges. The ? ;

gun was confiscated by the court. '

Among other cases heard and .
disposed of were the .following: '
,
,Willie Mae Johnson, charged '
with assault and battery with a
knife on Frank \Hopson, dismissed. d
Complainant not present in
court.

Annie Lois Woodson, charged
with malicious mischief, prop ra
erty of Dave Perry, fined $10 or
four days.

-- Ann Brown and Ethel Lee t Ii., COOK WITH CARNATION for ground beef
,
Robinson, (both charged with
disorderly conduct by using profanity I

days. Both fined $10 or four ci that stays! juicy never crumbles!


Annie Ruth Alexander, Annie
Stringer, Johnnie Mae

William Bellamy, Ulysses Davis
Exciting New Cheeseburger Recipe
and John Alexander, all charged Carnation in the Red and

with disorderly conduct /toy CARNATION BUNBURGERS Whlto Can has twice the richness
creating a disturbance. Alexander -
and Stringer +were fined '$1C (Motet 8 nrvlagi) of ordinary milk. No other form

fined or four$25 days or ;ten the days others each.were %cop (small can) IM teaspoon*salt of milk win do. So when you fix

undiluted CABiunOM M teaspoon pepper ground beef the better Carnation
James Jones and Rufus Harvey
o EVAPORATED MILK I teaspoon dry mustard
*,- ,, both both charged received with trespassing leg V4 cap finely chopped onion way, it keeps moist, firm and

J suspended 1%poundegrommdbeef 3cuptnelychopped tender-whether baked, broiled or

H cup fin cracker crumb green pepper pan fried. Try it in this wonderful

1.Blend all ingredients together until weft-mixed. new kind of cheeseburgers.
Form meat mixture Into 12 thin patties (about%cup
each= ).Place each patty on hamburger bun halt ",
covering completely.Place Bunburfers oo broiler pas Recipes on the Labels
SECOND AND 2.Broil 6-7 Inches from beat 6 to 7 minutes
FIRST MORTGAGES 1 tae to your family's taste).Top each Every Carnation label has a good,
Bunburger with cheese slice.Broil until
tested
recipe win
family enjoy.
cheese bubbles (1 to 2 minutes).Serve your
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Yts To rout trputsr

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M a t uc Richer cof fee flavor,too,with Carnation Evaporated MIlkITHE

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THE INCARNATIONFr. STUDY
REVEALS than $25 million; 11 are in the THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"
E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar South, with more than $20 million SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1958 PAGE 15
Veronica Q'Rrry, reporter SAVINGS GROUPS In assets; and four In the
West with assets exceeding $43;
Summer Schedule of Servicesand EXPANDING million.
Rehearsals The study revealed that the THIRD AVENUE REALTYHomes
I ATLANTA (ANP) The Citizens Trust company of At-

Matins SUNDAYS.....:....................... 7:45: a.m total assets of 25 Negro owned with lanta is the only Negro bank and Lots for sale in all areas of Dade Coqnty
and operated membership in the Federal
savings and loan
Solemn Sung Mass and '
Sermon .................... 8:00: a.m 'associations increased more than year Reserve system. During the six- Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED
period
400 ipercent between 1949 and covered by the
Church!Bible School Class and.........Adult... 9:30: am, the beginning of 1957, Robert A. study increased, all assets.of the banks showed 742 NW 3rd Ave. Phone FR 43297S.
E. Y. Churchmen ... 3:30: ,Thompson, secretary, Atlanta
p.m
Solemn Evensong and.r.r. Urban League, revealed in a recent Hutcheson, Jr., Registered Real Estate BrokerANNOUNCEMENT

Sermon .................... 7:00: p.m, fact-finding report. For Prompt, EfficientService
TUESDAYS: During 1956, the Federal
St. Vincent's Acolyte Home Loan bank ..
Guild Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. three additional board chartered -
Negroowned Phone PLaza 44909RUDY'S
WEDNESDAYS:
Low Mass .................... 6:30 a.m. located savings in and loan associations
Evensong ...............-....... 8:00 p.m. Baton Birmingham Rogue, Louisiana, Memphis -, TV DR. CORDON EINHORN, Optometrist

THURSDAYS St. Michael's :ChoirRehearsal. the report revealed. andRADIO announces the opening of his office

............ 1:00: p.m By the end of the year, these REPAIR FOR EYE SERVICEOPEN

FRIDAYS: of institutions together had assets Guaranteed Service SUNDAY......................... 8:00 to 1:00
Vincent's $1,712,176. This ,
St. Guild Rehearsal Acolyte ... 5:00 p.m. to the total of the 25 sum older added com- Pick up and Deliver OPEN DAILY I ................................ 9:00 to KOO
Boy Scouts panies amounted to $89,420,167. 1182 N.W. 3rd Avenue
FR 7.2201
(Parish Hall) ........ 6:00: p.m. The report showed that of the 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
NOTE: Low Masses on all Holy 28 associations, 13 are In the ACROSS THE STREET FROM PERRY'S DEPT. STORE
and Saints days at 6:30: am. I Middle Atlantic and North Cen- 6801 N.W. 15th Are.
tral states with assets of more t I
Sung Mass on all weekly festivals _..._.... ..._
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Teachers sponsors of the
first annual Vacation Bible : It
School at the church wish to express -
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their sincere gratitude to EVERGREEN Memorial Park
friends and patrons who 'have
contributed generously to therecreational It
The school
program. u.: #Il
which Is still In an experimental

stage Friday, will, August climax. Its activities ; The South's Finest Negro Cemetery ,

A tentative schedule of activities
open to the public include: ,,u3u3 lizi
Doll and dog show, July 11; u
watermelon festival, July 14;
arts and crafts exhibit and even- 58I fc
ing devotion, July 30.

Bible class participants will H a:
visit the Canterbury CM, of the ...,;
University of Miami July 21 and .
will close their activities with an HH I 1 1i
invitational dance Aug. 1. i Hu:
The Recreational program is
supervisedby Nelson Pinder, stu- I IC
dent of theology at Nashtah eHH
House, Wisconsin. Assisting him
are Jean Carroll, Mrs. Julie R.
Clarke, and Mrs. Winifred John- n

son.Garth C. Reeves of the Miami H3H3 ?
Times furnished music for the :
summer program. u3 ,

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To Organize Miami-
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Fisk ClubThe H

Miamians, attending Fisk W NO OTHER CEMETERY OFFERS SUCH UNSURPASSED BEAUTY a

University in Nashville, Tenn., ''It= AND FACILITIES
will be granted a charter by

Fhk alumni secretary this fall.W. Dick-They H 0 Beautiful, Dignified and Immaculately Modern Interment Equipment

will erson Join Donnelly the other 100 and some ,;H3 Maintained Grounds with Modern Beautiful Accessories for Funeral Services aI

odd Fisk Clubs In the United ::H3; Underground Sprinkler System. (Canopies, Chairs, Carpets, etc.)
States. The Jacksonville and :: : Steel Chain Link Fencing PROTECTS
Daytona Beach Fisk Clubs are ;; Entire Grounds. Full Tile Bathrooms-Water Cooler I
the only two in Florida. I :
: Perpetual Care Fund. Permanent Itecord.Srstem Housed In
The Miami Fiskites are: I d a 'It' 24 Hour Daily Caretaker Service Modern Office Building
Davis, Walter Sheppard, Evad-
ney Curlin, Clara Alexander, I; O Hi-Fi Church Music Beautiful Mausoleum Sites
Thirlee Smith II, Charles Calmer :
Jean Solomon, Jean Mc- Cemetery Of Distinction Of Which Both You and Your Clients Can Be Proud I
Cray, Ann Harris Robinson, II:
Wendell Cohen and Alva Smith !
who graduated with distinctionand :n ;
honors.As : r-i ;: : T
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one of their summer projects -
for the summer, a v e r y :H
fashionable and exclusive beach ;
:H
party is being planned. The
alumni, visiting Fiskites and ;:u
guests will be invited. (The exposition t3u3
of the Fisk Culture.)
This will probably be the first :
meeting as such of the alumni ':H
and her students. H !:

Last summer most Fiskites vacationed ::2: J:.
in New York but this ;:
summer a group of Chicago and :Iii i Complete Price Rang
Detroit Fiskites acquiring ; w.r.
are 111
Full Cooperation With
reservations for the month of :
August! at the Sir John Hotel. ;:Ili Member American Funeral Director
:8i Cemetery Association
We do hope that this will bea
grand affair for these Miami- EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK
ans All alumni are asked to call 'Ill
Ann Harris Robinson at FR '
3-1270 for further Information. :H u 3065 N.W. 41.t Street MIAMI Phone NE 4-8242

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i u 1 Do not be forgotten. Select your family burial plot in advance of need.
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MORTGAGE This will give full peace of mind that your people will eventually be

LOANS It together in a true MEMORIAL CEMETERY. Phone or come out today
CA1LUD It.
It# to see a representative.

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t never be "LOST", for as little as $1.00 down and $1.00 a month.


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. ..THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" Miss MalorA portrays, Miss Bar- HERE'S HOW YOU
I rymore, and Flynn her father,
:' PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1958 John Barrymore in the sensa- LOSE YOUR
tional film drama.Summer .
DRIVER'SLICENSE

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I a YID RecreationThe

Sgt. S. R. Walker of the Fla.
w r'ors Floral Heights summer Highway Patrol has issued an
recreation program completed its explanation on the new law that
first three weeks Friday, July 4. will cause you to lose your driv-
During the first three week the
er's license if you get too many
team played Bethune, Bunche
tickets in a certain period of
Park, Northwestern, Holmes time
and Poinciana Park softball
"It's a continuous
teams. thing-with
;' sxk in 12 months running from when
You may still register your you receive the first violation."It .
child through July 24. The play- doesn't matter whetheryou
ground hours are 9 to 4 Monday ,get three marks on your
thru Friday. The playground directors record in three months time or
are Dorothy McKellar, in 12 months.
Lovely Dorotthy Malone co- Mildred B. Espy and Willis N. The maximum suspension the
stars opposite Errol Flynn in Murray. first time is for six months.
Warner Bros. "Too Much, Too
aa. Soon." the daring story of Diana Sgt. Walker said that the new
Barrymore, opening Sunday at Advertise It Pays! law, passed at the last Legisla-
the LibCity Drive-in Theatre. ture, has been quite successful.

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MISS FAMU FOR '58-59-Charming and vivacious

LeKay Beasley, a senior psychology major, will reign as
"Miss Fam-U" for the 1958-59 school year at Florida
A&M University. The popular coed, who reigned as Miss
Florida A&M High during her senior year, also has serv-
ed as "Mis Freshman"' and sophomore and junior atten-
dant to "Miss Fam-U." She is the daughter, of Mr. and Ii
Mrs. S. L. Beasley Sr.-Rappoport Studio photo. !" is I
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JESCA's Board in Mrs. Carol Morrison Mrs. W. C. >> <( I
Rhetta, Rev. W. K. Williams, Dr ? a. ... .. t
Carl E. Yaeger.

Summer RecessThe The board wishes to expressits J WHY PAY RENT ? :

board of directors of the appreciation and thanks to
James E. Scott Community Association Leonard Abess and Baron de
completed organizationfor Hirsch Meyer for the down
the 1858-59 year before payment on a home to house the I BRAND NEW BEDROOM{ CBS HOME
taking a vacation until Septem- agency and to the many indivi- !
duals and groups who supportedthe BUY NOW!! LARGE LOT
ber.Officers are: Eugene E. Kemp, agency in its fight to move Only $595 Down k"
president; Mrs: Stanley Milledge, Into its new headquarters.
first vice president; C. M. Jolli-
vette, second vice 'president; Mrs. Location 'North Miami Beach. Close to Burd1nes-Richards ,Fair
Carl Yaeger Jr., secretary; Mrs. Sunday School 'land Shopping Center. Corner, consisting of :of 43 bedrooms, living room,
Bernice Ullrich assistant secre- dining room, modern kitchen. ,All tiled bathroom, utility, with !city j i
tary; Garth C. Reeves, treasurer. water. Move right( ,in closing of closet '
Committees will be chaired by BTU CongressThe (no \costs, plenty /space ;corner
',,'C. M. Jolllvette, finance; Atty. N.E. 151st Terrace and N.E. 15th court. ,Pink house, :flags flying. '
Gordon W. Taylor, policy and by Sunday School and BTU I ;
laws; Mrs. Bernice Ullrich, pub Congress of Atlantic Coast Bap- I
licity and public relations; Geo. tist Association convenes with ,$695 DOWN $795 DOWN I II '
Kilpatrick:: membership; Atty. the Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, 2-bedroom, separate living room, iM
Henry H. Arrlngton. activity; Dr. 1450 NW 1st court, Rev. I. C. I dining: ,large kitchen Floe New 3-bedroom CBS' homes being :y '
G. W. Hawkins, personnel; Rev.J. MlckLns, pastor, July 16-20. The : room, : built on 155th St., east of ,NW II 1
N. Byrd, nominating; Mrs welcome program will be on ida jalousied large front porch. 19th Ave. in Opa Locka. BUT now I :
Arie Gary, Inventory; Mrs. J. L. Tuesday evening 8 o'clock. Three $8,995. Hurry. '
Dixon, building and grounds; sessions will be held daily. The 60x130 deep lot. Total price One mortgage to pay. Built in oven
Mrs. H. Franklin Williams, social public Is Invited. and range, choose your colors,
education. choose your lot, close to schools,
Other members of the boardare $795 DOWN shopping. Custom built. See new
Father Elisha Clarke, Leonard Drive Fully furnished 2-bedroom home. models street.
across
j :Abess, Miss Lillian Kelly, Carefully Has front and rear porches. Nicely

_ _n _-_n landscaped. City water, N.W. 59th .
; S St. near shopping and buses. DUPLEX

t TV SICK ? See 5734-36 N.W. 12th Ave. Good
NEW $995 DOWN CBS income
.city water one mortgage
3-bedroom, new CBS home. Liberty to pay. Streets, lIidewalke, bus on
Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m *City. Separate living room, dincorner, terrific location. Shown by
ing room, all modern kitchen 'and appointment only. Do not disturb
SAME DAY SERVICE bathroom, close to schools, bus tenants Priced lowland I
shopping. .Hurry, selling fast.
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Picture Tube Special LOTS LOTS LOTS OUR ONLY WEEKLY$495 DOWN SPECIAL

List your lots ,for us to sell. Best
17-inch-$22.95 21-inch-$29.9S cash prices. Great need for colorSee 1372 NW 77th St. We have
ii ed homes. Builders anxious to keys to show inside. This house

: build. Many lots 'available. Build can be used for 2, 3, or 4,bedrooms
LATCH ON T THIS BARGAINUsed now. Do not hoard your lot. Sell or Large lot, quiet larea. Total $9,000.
build now! Monthly $80 alL
pay Hurry!
17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95
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RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it in for quick service

FAIR REALTYWe

Vets Radio Co.
& IV are open every day 9. 9 p.m.-Including Sunday

201 N.W. 62nd Street
Phone PL 7-1645
N.W. 3rd Ave.
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