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Title: Miami Times
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Publication Date: May 23, 1959
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:' TEMpORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS

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36TH YEAR NO. 39 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1959 PRICE TEN AGES !


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dead girls reportedly came hOme 'windows, T
after stiff bout with
a drinking
STOVE EXPLODES .friends and sought to light the (But Bethel was unable to get
w'u stove. The explosion quickly! to his ,own two youngsters,
Two little girls were burned enveloped the small kitchen and Theresa, 8, and Juanita 4, sleep-
beyond recognition Tuesday night spread throughout the house. ing in a center room. He broke
as. :: :' when a' kerosene stove explodedand the window to their[ room from
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'flames quickly spread Mrs Lillian Scott who lives the outside and yelled for them
+3'i'. throughout their house at 1384 next door said, ."1 was on the .bo ';'ump. Instead the tqrrifled
NW 71st street. telephone when I heard, the child- youngsters ran toward the cen- '
ren scream next door. I looked ter of the house Into the raging{ I
The small two bedroom frame '
,
out and saw lire leaping from flames. I
., home I stuccoed. on the outside, the windows. The screamingwent I
housed an unbelleveable 11 per- on and on." Their charred bodies were ___.__ ____ _u_
1 sons. Mrs Remllda McKinney, found huddled in a corner.
.. Miami lost its only Negro Judge widowed owner of the house Bethel and an unidentified Wedding bells twill ring out
. this week when! John D. Johnson shared it with her daughter, man tried to stamp and beat out Bethel later had to be restrained Saturday, May 30 for Marjorie
F" submitted Ms resignation' to the. Eloise,. 18, her son JBrenvllle the fire but it spread too quickly. from entering the burning Gibson niece of Mr. and Mrs.
city commission: Johnson said his Bethel! and his four children, and Then they tried to save the building and was treated for Phillip Rahming of 4643 NW 25th
i health and lav (practice had suf- Mr and Mrs. Edward Martin other occupants. Four children shock after: the bodies were ave. She will be wed to Albert

judgeship.; and their two children. and four adults, sleeping in rear [found. Police are questioning Wellington Cooke mathematics
three years,ago. Brenville, father >cf the two bedrocms, escaped 'through the Bethel further.TALLAHASSEE. instructor at Dorsey Junior (High
Miami's White municipal School The wedding will take
I Judges are alternating in hand- place at ''Bethany Seventh Day
ling cases at the colored precinctso Adventist Church immediately
far this week. after the morning worship
NO
DELAY GRANTED IN
Speculation last week was that
former Judge L. E. Thorna!* would I
be appointed to succeed Johnson, I' Do Yourself A Big Favor I
but with Metro About to take over .1.
the courts there just might not I COED.RAPE TRIAL REGISTER TO VOTE i '
be another Negro judge. .

-- ,116 W._ _ Flaffler Street_ I
TALLAHASSEE Leon Cir
cuit Judge W. May Walker has I

'l '. Watchman Rills Burglar .. not plea as of yet attorneys heeded for the two trial of delay the 2 to Get Chair for .

White youths charged with the .
mass rape of a 19-year-old Flor (


in Sausage PlantKenneth borough ida.Attorneys A and and M for coed.Willon Patrick G.Collins-Scar- Murders; Collins Signs


worth petitioned the court for delay -
Hamilton 29, of 5360 Dominick ;Lltz, 61, watchmanat 'because"" the "tfreat\ public Gov. Leltoy was convdcted for- the deaths' of J
SW 24th St., South Hollywood, the Vienna Sausage Co. plant, excitment about the case." Collins Thursday signed a death a Holmes ,County white sharecropper
; was shot and killed Thursday 2181 NW 10th ave., heard a noisein (The two youths, and David E. warrant for Frank Peterson., who and his baby daughter.-
morning when the nighit watch- the building.
18 and Ollie Stoutamire,
Beages, ,
I man found him in a Miami provisions Investigating/ pistol drawn 16, are charged with the rape of Collins also signed a warrantfor
plant. be came upon a man descendinga the girl a student at Florida A tion 25 /witnesses.No John Frazier, convicted of

ak ------ stairways .. and M, University. Trial has been delay was asked for the killing a woman in 1957

"He had something in his hand set for May 27. other two youths. Peterson, 27, pleaded guilty to
: Mboya and he came toward' me," Utz Attorneys for Scarborough, 20, ,The attorneys said they asked the ax murder of tenant farmer
told police, "so I fired a shot." and Collinsworth, 24-year-old for additional time in view of Ira Gene Carnleyand his daughter
Police said Hamilton had a father of two children, said they the excitment caused by a demonstration last year. lie was captured in
: Attacks' U.S. three-page. \ criminal record 'of need additional time to fully investigate ,by Negro students at New York and was finally
.. burglaries and had served a termin the case, the back- the college soon after the incident : brought to iBonlfay In Holmes
Ralford. 'III| grounds of their' clients and ques- County,

Racial .

I.o., t Bishop to

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PoliciesDouble
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\. Run for U.S.President
!. standards in UJ5. foreign I 4 .
.' (policy and domestic! racial
problems threaten America's role ;
f'
1 IL.,. as leader of the free word, a brilliant -

young Afrkan statesman : ST. LOWS Bishop Homer 1
4
.... and labor leader declared in Miami .
rr A. Tomlinson of, the Church of ,
last week.
Beach
: A God 'predicts he will be elected t ',.

'. Speaking frankly but in gentle ,the "next /president of the U. S. <
It--a' tone'; 'T< ra Mboya Zfl-year-old' K M, **
"
"If sounds fantastic '
the Kenya he
, general secretary of ton'I'I.
Federation of Labor, told the ceded In an interview. "But I

SOtH annual convention of the International here that events will so mingle ,
Ladles. ,Garment that I'll be elected. 1
L Workers Unkn at Miami !Beach t

1",. Auditorium: The'' New* York bishop, who .

i. There appears to be certain : pr will run as the candidate of the l

r clearly;' l Church cf God Party,explained he ,

:;.: . is counting on 30 million votes
./ 'I; to continue to have the confidence: ) f1 i.v from members of the church.
of the uncommitted world. r
''The bishop, (who drew little attention -
w- Mboya, who is aho chairman of y with a write-In campaign
the AH Africa Peoples Conference -
r : In the 1962
presidential
race,
charged that the U. S.
'ti condemns Communist oppression said "I'm putting& on a desperate
I .
;i in Europe while closing its eyes campaign to cot on, theallpi."x.:'4. ,
'.
M .tQ the colonial rule of the British '
I and French in Africa. ,........, v- "I must be on at least 19, ?
I lots, and I think Missouri
:We feel we have a very big Pictured are members of the Bessle Johnson, Ophelia Carson, first public appearance at a the first state where 'tal4
l Investment in the moral standard recently meted OTfeafi Rosa Lee Daiwkin, Lillian King, Special review on Sunday, June we.
and leadership of the US." ,Bronze Modeling A Club, which Sallle McKenzie, Alice Mae 21 at the Tfesta' Cub, succeed, he said.

'. Mboya commented. "If the U. S. this week is proud to announcethe Crockett, Catherine McCartney, Officers of the dub are De- Hi running mate is Bishop '.
fails, the free world will fail." success of the new group. Louise Williams Rose Daniels, lores Johnson, pr.IdentLiUisn John L. Rogers of Cape Glrar- I:
Melvina Rutherford and Sofphla
a The 1,000 delegates gave King, vice presidentDella; Gar-
! Mboya the most enthusiastic ovation Shown amp"'eft; to right: Ethel Daye. trell, secretary, and Ethel Whitehead deau, Mo. They were selected at r
given to the convention's, Whitehead, Audrey Stewart, Delia reporter. Neal Cavngbell II the Annual General Ateembly of
speakers. Gartrelt, J>elore Johnson, ,The models will make (heir the.sponsor of the club.,*. the church last August. '
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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' folded their tents, like the Arab,
Newspaper" Itinerary of Mike Saunders and stole away for, th'eir homes.

PAGE 2 SATURDAY,. MAY 23, 1959 I Dt. Deputy Celebrates BirthdayThe Michael, as he is affectionately

called, is the son Of Mr. and Mrs.
. KAPPA ORATORICAL CONTEST Marie M., WhiteTo 11th birthday celebrationof Thomas L. Sanders of 2560 NW

Thomas Michael Sanders has 160th st.Mesd'a.mes.
y h .' <, '' I the Dt. Elks of South Flor- come and gone, but the Joy and Ruth North Polite,
4 ida District: Christian Greetings, Ruth Smith and Miss Delores E.
I gaiety ol the party /will fore? linger -
,r < f Today as never before we havean In the memories of the 23 boys Harte assisted Mrs. Hazel San-

__. r 4-tlff' ppLortunltv and a responsibility and girls who attended on May 9. ders, who was a most charming
tr .D to make the sphere we occupy Amidst a colorful festive back- hostess to her son's guests on his
II41L a greater 'place for our child-
ground Qt" streamers, balloons, birthday.
t" ___ __ _.
ren to live If it isn't done, thenwe .u
the child-
..r J. ( I Ii noisemakers and favors
1111 ', are responsible.
v ren danced to the top recordings
f, 4 'f do'jt ) Many changes have taken placein played many party games and LOTS FORSALE'
t, our lives and temples since we
their talents.
dispalyed
last met. Scme temples have Easy Terms
Ryr The popular Pinning The
game
; moved forward and have showna
SM great increase numerically and Donkey's Tail, was enjoyed and Build on your lot

financially. Are you In that class? prizes were won by Tony Jen- or min
3 f Or are you contented to remainon kins and Gloria Jean Sutton for We take care of financing
their skills displayed during the
the platform that was built
NO MONEY DOWN
by your predecessors? If you (jame.
have failed to raise the standard, Ice cream, sheet cake, punch, Cash paid for your lots. or -
let me urge you to make a right cockles, candies and peanuts was homeSEYMOUR
about 'turn. enjoyed.As .
the children blended their BARON
Brother W. 0, Perry- of Miami voices in the traditional singingof
has been elevated to the /presidency : "
"Happy Birthday, the many JE 8-1340 ,
of the Florida Elks
Association useful and beautiful presents
He succeeds a man who were dialayed. Licensed and Insured Builder
served more than 20 years. Bro. Reluctantly the 'boys and girls
Ai Perry is deserving of such an
6 elevation. He is a great Elk and ,
A practices the principles of Char- .

Reading from left to right: Mrs. Leila R Williams, ity, Justice and Sisterly Love.
As an Elk he believes in the 9th V/ "
I basileus, Sondra Johnson, Shirley ;Murray and Mrs. Lem- commandment, and not long ago T'fb; .QIjJt1.1'Jh'tyFR Gg>

mie W. Mitchell, youth chairman. "he gave us the assurance that
humility was the (key to succeSsful H
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Wednesday, May 0, the annual meritorious oratory. leadership. As Daughter Elks I rY
Oratorical Contest' for Future Judges for the occasion were I let us accept this challege.My .
Teachers of America, spon- Mrs. Naomi Grant, speech and I
sored by Alpha Delta Chapter of hearing teach for Dade Ccunty Itinterary will be the sameas
the National Sorority of Phi Del- public schools; Mrs. Pauline S. it has been for 17 years. Be-
ta Kappa was held in the audi- Willis, librarian at Northwestern ginning next Tuesday, June 2 Mr
torium of North Dade Junior- High School, and Miss Lorraine with Delray Beach and Courageous -
Senior Hlsti School during the Farrington, reading teacher. 'at Sunny South Temple' under
regular assembly at 9:15: am. North Dade. the magic: leadership cif Dt. Iva
with Carolyn Williams, president Alpha DeLta Youth chairmanfor Stirrup and closing with [Belle
of North Dade's ETA Club presiding this activity, Mrs. LemmieW. Glade. (1431
/Mitchell), along Iwitih the basi- Our matchless Grand Daughter FREE DELIVERY DRUG
Ruler Nettie Carter Jackson .. . .
leus and all members of our sorority 1
Able contestants chose the subject comes up (for fe-election in Aug- I .,
extend sincere appreciation '
+wOItNER U.W
lt1t ASE; C6t qlJIII
"The Teacher-A Molder ofLives" ust. Let us cast our vote for a
and electrified the pleas- to everyone who helped to woman who believes in the Gol- C.M. .tU.Sr. Piop. ,
make this contest a success.
ing audience in this lovely new den rule and (practices that philosophy -
is
school wit their dynamic infor- Special appreciation hereby --
given to 'Mr. Charles D. Wyche, ,
mative speeches. The following May I openly thank Dt. Vera
Mrs. Alice D. Harrison I
awards were made by the versa- principal; Wilson Antlers Temple for WANTEDEASTERN
tile Mrs. Lelia R. Williams, 'basi director of student activities; kindness shown and my belovedold .
leus: second prize of $25 to Shir- Clifford R. Matthews, FTA Clubaonsor friend, Dt. Ruler Velma Solomon ,
Murray of North Dade and i first : and Charles H. Jones, And now daughters, untilwe
prize of $50 to Sondra Johnsonof choral director, for making facil- meet face to face, "Let us STAR OR MASONor
G. W. Carver High Both con- ities, and services available to us press foilivard toward .the markof ( Former Member)
testants received .certificates for and our visit enjoyable; that high calling in Christ

Jesus." EARN GOOD MONEY
Fraternally, I am,

SPEAKERS FOR Marie District M.Deputy White, Write at,Once to I


WOMEN'S DAY AT .. REV. WM. V. BANKS

CHRIST CHURCHThe Your Vote is Neededto 2101 Gratiot Ave.

fight the forces that seek
Dplsca;al Churchwomen of Detroit 7, Michigan
Christ Episcopal Church will ob- to keep you a Second Class
serve their second Wcimenls) : Dayon
Sunday, May 24. The morning 'Citizen.
speaker will be Mrs. Kate S.
Dean. Register Today!

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"

Ousted NAACP OffIcer Says SATURDAY MAY 23 1959 PAGE 3



Need Armed ODD FELLOWS' Artie Young of Dr. T. P. House: .
Negroes Defense hold, Mildred Johnson of St. '
HOLD 19TH MEETIN Phillips Household and Sis. Jones :

Robert' Williams, (president of notorious "kissing case." a right and present necessitywhat JACKSONVILLE' of East Light Household. .
the Union Bounty, N.C.; NAACP It was immediately after these his Monroe male membershad -
announced this week that he court injustices that Williams been doing since 1957, the The 79th annual District Session VOTE
would demand a public hearing made his statement that Negroes right of armed self-defense. He of the District Grand Lodge COMMITTEE
before the National Board of the :could not get justice in the courts seeks a public espousal by the No. 27A of the Grand United Or- I .
NAACP, of the charges against and must try to meet violence national organization of this der of Odd Fellows and the 61st MEETING SET
him for his statement that Negroes -, with violence. Although some eXception % annual District Session of the
In the South must notw be might be taken to his fundamental prerogative( of the Household of Ruth No. 16 of the FOR ORLANDO
prepared ,to meet violence with formulation, he was asserting as Negro citizen in Southern society. State of Florida were held in the
violence. Roy Wilkins, executive city, of Jacksonville on May 45. JACKSONVILLE The sec-
secretary of the NAACP, directed These sessions were successful ond meeting of representativesfrom
Williams by telegram on (May I and I Ii despite the sad news of the deathof all organizations (working
6, to suspend acting as president, Liberty City Elementary King Queen Bro. Bolden, ,D. G. director in the field of voter registrationwill
pending a (consideration of the We were happy that Bro. The- be held In Orlando on May
charges against him. However, TT ophilus Bonivy, Colonel and 30, at the Mt. Olive AME Church, ,
Williams rejected this order, State Supervisor was able to be the chairman of the Florida (Non
pointing out that it /was without with us this year. Because of illness Partisan Voter Registration Committee
sanction in the Constitution orbylaws last year, he could not be announced this week. o
of the organization.The at the meeting.Among Atty. Earl M: Johnson, JatiksonvJHe ,
A those elected to District said that the meeting
constitution of the NAACP Grand offices were: Bro. George would begin (promptly at 10:30ain.
specifies that charges against any Wilkerson of St. Phillips Lodge, All organizations, fraternal,
local officer must toe preferred in Liberty City, who was elected civic, social and religious have
writing upon 15 days' notice. grand chaplain and Sis. Edna been Invited to attend or to \send
Wilkins' telegram of May noti- Mapp of Dr. T. P. Household of delegates. '
fied Williams that his hearing Miami, who was elected District Committee
would be held May 11. Upon no- Right Noble Governor Among The Non-Partisan
officers Sis Rebecca is made UIP of representativesfrom
tice that Williams had retained other are
Conrad Lynnn as counsel, Wll- Johnson of St. Phillies: House- 'these groups and, serves as
. arts and a coordinating group for voter-
hold, chairman of the
kips reverted o 10 the procedureoutlined
in the constitution and crafts committee and Sis Effie registration activities in the State
.l" I Russell of Victoria Household, of Florida. Some organizationsthat
sent 'Written charges !by registered :are represented are: Jack-
District Deputy.
mail to Williams in Monroe
sonville, Live Oak and other
this meeting
and to his counsel in Pomona,NY. Others attending cities and NAACP.Mr. .
were Sis. Eliza Dean of Miami
Williams was informed that he W. H. Goodson of Jacksonville -
Household along with the following ) -
could elect to take 15' days to
,
delegates: Sisters H lids En- is acting as executive secre
an3veT charges. den bf Victoria Household, Caro- tary. Mrs Helen S. Saunders,

Williams has decided to make : M1 lyn Ward of Miami Household, Tampa is recording secretary.

his case an occasion for reviewing .
the entire /practice of the national
elf ice towards.its southern ll
branches. Eve since the Union Still traditionally distilled for
County NAACP 'in July, 1967,
was compelled to turn back an
"
assault of the Ku Klux Klan "IMPORTED QUALITY!
with guns it has been the targetof
'persecution by all the organscf
the state. Its vice president,
Dr. Albert E. Perry, was framed
and convicted of performing an '
abortion on a White (woman He Donald Horne and Bernice Ector, first grade pupils
won a reversal of his convictionIn of Mrs Hazel Levan, reigned king and queen on Friday, "

the North Carolina Supreme May 8 as Liberty City Elementary School launched "Oper- ,, w .,.. : 'r
Court only to be retried and I education I 1 ,
ation Fitness-U.S.A. which was a physical :
found Then two
guilty again. .
little Negro 'boys, Hanover demonstration directed by Miss Paula Williams and Mr. <:..' ,./," .r" .'
Thompson and David (Fuzzy) Maurice Graham. The demonstration told the story of the *','!t,...'<) \ 11I..v. "'If '
Simpson, were seized and thrown contribution of physical education to the fitness of youthas v' .. ? ,,t% \;: . I -II

into county jail in (Monroe end a, part of the National Youth Fitness Week which'pro- .,, tH: I,," l '., )' .\
held :without bail on, a spurious claimed by President Eisenhower to be observed from May a: "
of kiss
charge forcing a from a .
3 through May 9. f,. ;,
seven-year-old White girl. It r ... .
took the public indignation of the '
world to force a release of these "'1ft<<

children from the reformatory & 3'I _' .. I., ,-.,'
ENROLL NOW IN I _ ..
In quick succession in the last "
few weeks Dr. Perry's second {
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conviction was upheld, a White *
man freed by a Jury of the rape '
assault on a Negro mother, Mrs. a Life Long Profession ., .., 'I
Ruth Reed. A White engineer, B. ,
F. Shaw, who had brutally' kick- Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School .
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Mrs. Georgia White, in a Monroe 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998 ,
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an all-white grand Jury., On May ,
5 a Negro epileptic youth, who H
had held a White woman's wrist '

in a dispute, was, sentenced by l For FREE Pick-up and .
Judga Walter Johnston to two : ,
Service .
years In (prison. This was the Delivery on ;
same Judge who had dismissed Prescriptions :

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4 . SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1959 Civil Service Job ST., MARY'S W. M. Personal:Mention

Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor I 'Mrs.
OpportunitiesAutomotive Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter Joann C. Robinson and
Toussaint L. Dupree were
Equipment Operator Sunday School began at 9:30: ly married by iRev. L. A. qUiet..
I, Typist! Clerk I, Customers am. with the superintendent, son on Tuesday at Temile Thomn

-. - .... Accounting Clark-, Steno ClerkI Miss Marva Trctman presiding. Church. Mrs. Helen Stcvall Baptist
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Key Punch Operator. Accoun- Classes took their respective matron of honor and

Offlct at 1112 N.W., Third Ave., Miami. ', FlorIda-Phone FR 3.2236 tarts and Auditors, G-SG, GS 12 nlaces, 'with their teachers. Thelesson Williams, ,best man. Wendell
Plant at 6740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 Card Punch Operator, GS-S, was. reviewed by Rev. H. ,,
-....:..- T?bvlr'"'nll Machine Operator, V. Oiuari.: .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: GS-3 and 4, Mason, Communi- Services began at 11 a.m. withRev. / RED'uCING-
ONE YEAR $4.60 SIX MONTHS: $2.76 THREE MONTHS, $1.70 c'ticns! Technicians, Water Chem Stuart in charge: His !

I"iu. H. : ist, Clerk I, Pcier, Plant Equip- theme was, "God Still Hears and
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GARTH; 8IQI3MUND,C. REEVES, REEVES, Editor ment Rfrairer, Stock Clerk! Offset Answers Prayer." He was at his Would you like to reduce?
Managing Editor
Pressman, Clerk I. ,
Typist best and preached as never before Trim off
f ,', ....-- .. .. . No. 2 choir furnished music unwanted inches?

t .' , nJ\PTISTS. CONFER NCE? in?cur the ueum above imujuiiauwii jobs contact regard-the with their ,organist Mrs. U. Higgs Join the Easy: Method

', 'Meeting in Louisville Greater Miami Urban League, and No. 1 ushers serving. Reducing ClubNo
Kentucky, this week I The
Rev. 7:30 devotion
395 NW First st. call FRank- : pm. was led
or
Brooks ,Hays, retiring president of the Southern Baptist lin 1-6476. .. by the Rev. Stuart. His theme disrobing

Convention asked that body to,approve a conference with was, "Go up to Jerusalem and No strenuous exercise

the two leading Negro .denominations to ease racial ten- YMCA Card Tarry." The spirit was high and No starvation diet
sions throughout the South. These denominations PartyThe everyone was blessed. No.1 choir Just relax and enjoy It
are the furnished music with their
National Baptist ,Convention of America and the National Carver Branch YMCA Is Mrs. G. McFord and the organist No.- Call NA 1-0470

Baptist Convention of,the United States, Inc., with holding a social card party on 2 ushers served.Advertise.
a membership the OX
23rd 1.9710
of May at 8:30
of ten million. THe Southern : p.m. at '--
than 9"OOOLOOO; members.., Baptist number.more 5700 NW and 15th ave, There will be See coupon on anpther
.. prizes retr shanents. TJV fop It Pays! page
Unn.. ::_1..2 .. & ... -
O&'U. U O uUu: nA con erence between White and attached. The card games avail

Negro denominational; leaders might be able will be bridge, canasta,
a practical
step pinochle and
toward ending this disharmony whist. ,
The
; church has taken and
could take practical, steps to increase understanding between -The (public is invited to come The Best People Live at . .
the races. and enjoy an evening of making

"Whateverthe/ individual Baptist new friends and enjoying. the activities -,
thinks
about legislative 'presented. ATLANTIC
in MANOR
policy the
GARDENAPARTMENTS
segregation field, it is apparent that
scriptural
claimed." support. for state segregation laws cannot be In AppreciationI


view It if would help to ease tensions Hays said, in an inter- (wish tc thank members of I
the church would'"seek to do'things with the Negro mv family and the many friends i .
rather than who
for him. were so kind to me during:

Interracial conferences are generally helpful well my ,recent but, illness I am I am convalescing.not quite 32nd Ave. and 42nd St., Northwest

Thanks to my mother and others
MANAGER CAMPBELL SPEAKS tor their yrayers.

Metro Manager 0. W. Campbell has given the Napoleon Poitier ,- _J ....
public
his opinion of Metro and its commissioners ,
who
work with
him. From what he said he I I.
,
peration necessary to do a 8ati certainly TA.tnM.did" ';nh not n..J have 4.1.--the__/co-_t.. 8.._Mi.._games.._., _L behind._ A, strange an'i _ II

limited.jjc WHO left with the- Idea -that- --------,4 his time in JVu office, lUlU might u PUD-1JC the U14U9UO American place for League the Yanks.Cleveland Ill LooKing for A Home ."

holds first place: with Chicago'
However, the Metro just a half
Commissioners gain behind.In .
majority of them now give their side of the, case.at least the the National League Mil- Save $2000Brand
They feel that
the county manager' had not been waukee leads San Francisco and.
cooperative as he should have been as Chicago by 3% new, 3-bedroom
in the past games Philadel ranch-type home
but with
that
there ,
is a trend phia is 10 ? car
toward games
behind
,better cooperation. occupy/ porte, modern electric ,
it be: known that they have They also let; ing.,the cellar. knotty pine kitchen, built-in
to do the job and have confidence in his being able oven"and tove. Tile:'bath, tile roof.
Metro is no intention of getting rid of him1. When we read about the amount
still a baby of' ti(
stronger and must be>nursed until it becomes money the taxpayers shell]} out NEAR PLAYGROUNDS BtJRDINES
; cooperation between commissioners and annually for the upkeep of our AND BUSES
Manager O. W. Campbell government we
is can quite
understand
highly
make it successful. necessary' in order to not that why taxes: are not reduced-, BUY DIRECT FROM BUILDER
I they
cannot be
reduced,
,
but
probably will not be reduced. ,
Reasonable
COMMENCEMENT '.., We are told terms-Very fine area
It's commencement time. Schools, public Eisenhower. that President
are getting ready to bid and private, and staff costus; 1545 "
$5,401,000 N.E.
farewell to thousands of students last year. That amount 152nd Terrace
the '
as school year ends. does'not include '
several
,
Sunday baccalaureate and advisory council, agencies North Miami BeachB. I '
services secret
will
be held ser-
schools and colleges in high vice,etc. .
and _
on through June 5. exercises already begun will go Well, it all such are approved:
all we CARVIN
In Dade could do is pay the bills. Builder
County we hove
Commencement
exercises got to leave
held at our four will be this kind matters of
high schools on the"same' day. to those who are in JEfferson 16928SPECIAL
Booker T. Washington charge of them.
A,,,Ufl\I"tn9M O>_"" III .._10. a.m._ at the Dada County
U'UWUh "'u n' WIU De US4 '- ..
387, 'at the Bade County graduates; North we SJte-n;, : ; ; -'j: : : !: .. : : = -
Auditorium; George :/: :::;:- 'S;:;:; =
ton Carver Washing
with 110 graduates, at the
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Carver
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Mays High at the school's auditorium. ; YEAR-ROUND RATES FOR '
To these more-than 600

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Harry Oakes, I \
Canadian multi-millionaire Jn Lafayette, La., Joe Victor FURNISHINGS '
be reopened with Scotland might ran amuck, battled ,with police; -- _.
men on the Job. Yard for an hour, killing) fwo} of .them ,.,tl': '
Cyril Stevenson, MICA and a woman with a shotgun be: FA ELECTRIC :':". 1yl'
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an .
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Party' and' Editor of the. Nassau the a house battle that caught fire during WATER -,:-<- '" ..

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Herald' introduced ,the resolution'' .. GAS '. .. '
in the Assembly asking that the At Cape tl 'r.i;
case be Canaveral Florida's NO
reopened. The DEPOSIT
resolution Mlssle Test Center, the FOR GAS OR '
was accented unanimously carpenter* ELECTRIC t .
are on strike 'and are asking oth ,
Migrant er union employees to Join $20 .,
labor camps. will ,be them.Spartw.oise WEEK .' *
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Senator Fred Dixon of We'S, t: contender and $18
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a latw
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That would be a good thing. ; v
says' he will fight if the date

The Florida Senate has before and financial. conditions are satIsfactory' AT THE BEAUTIFUL. " ':'fI: .'
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it legislation that would .
require
all personnel connected .with the Wednesday night in San Fran : ...:,,,. .

Florida school system, be fingerprinted , cisco, fifth ranking Eddie Machen
and checked out by the won a 10-round BOOKER
TERRACE
unanimous deI I
FBI; Fingerprints -
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would hive to cision over Reuben Vargas. MOTEL
be submitted to the school or -

department head. Pen ltiesC' ,
for In baseball on
e violation to be Invoked against N Tr York Yankees Wednesday took the; 4200

the department bead gal sixmOttha' defeat from the ,Detroit a Timers 15-6 I N. w. 27th A '
In jail suds fine o t that sent them ye. ,. 'U f,
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CIA'IM UNLESS YOU'RF A STRONG
CHARLES SIMS,
JR. ALONE Swimmer, Skilled in LifeSavingY
The Miami Hcstess club would
like to thank its many friends OFFERS SWIM swimming classes Tuesday, Wednesday -
for the support given during the and Friday 4 to 5 pmt al
baby, contest and tea of 1959, FOR YOUR LIFE the beautliful! Sir John swimmingpool

held atop the, root. of the Miami CLASSES ." and will continue through
Carver Hotel. out the summer. For additional
information visit the branch at
Winner of the contest was "Swimming is one of the old- 5770 NW 15th ave. or call OX
Master Charles Sims Jr., son of est, meat useful and (beneficial 6-0231.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sims, 729/ sports. Nearly everyone, young,
NW 3rd ave. Little Charles was old even the handicapped. can FAMU TENNIS $
it." Franklin D. Ross,
enjoy pro-
sponsored by Mrs. Louise Wil _
liams. gram director of the Carver TEAM WINS
Branch said. "But five to seven I
Runner-up was' Harris ParhamJr. I thojsand Americans drown each TALLAHASSEE Claude I fIn I
., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harris year because of simple carelessness Wilson of Joliet, Ill took two
Parham, 425 NW 6th St. Little that sometimes blinds swim- straight: sets from his teammate
Harris was sponsored by his mers to basic safety rules. Al Brooks of Atlanta in the
mother. Mrs. Dottle, Hawkins is The first and most important singles! here last week ais FloridaA
president of the sponsoring club, I safety rule, according to the 'Y' and M took both the doubles
and Mrs. Veda Rolle is reporter. is to learn to jvirn well. Many and singles championships cf the
I people! who. gq in the water and SIAC. Fine Whiskey.
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!even"strange1 ,waters, bore the The A and M natters smash
need for skilled professional Willie! Young and Carl Cook of f
training. The poor swimmer is a Tuskegee Institute in the doubles FLEISCHMANN'S.is :
constant:: menace to himself and 6-2 and 6-3 in Tuskegee and \
to others. Non-swimmers pose an squared against each other in the,
even greater threat, according to finals of the sh Ves. the BIG buy 1 ,j#
Until they learn the basic. funda- In the American Tennis Associa-
rnetals the only advice is to stay tion national meet in Wiliberforcp, ,
out cf the water." Ohio in August. Both Wilson and
To give its contribution in Brooks will play. the doubles In 90 PROOF is why !
helping youngsters learn to swim the NAIA finals fcr the No. 8
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Association are urged to be pres- , r Reducing :81. B.W. IJJth Ave. Pit 3-9748 "
ent at a monthly program, held a
Sunday afternoon, May 24 at 3 '' '
o'clock. The !jrcgram: will be held j aI
between Mt. Zion Baptist senior Come in to see u* or call for delivery jJ J

usher board and St..Luke Baptist -
junior usher board. ActIvi- I; 2488 N.W. 54th Street NE 3-9235 Do you own property in the Bahamas
ties take (place at Mt. Zion Baptist .

Church, NW 9th st. at 3rd JAMES C. WILLIAMS, Prop. ADA ALEXANDER, Mgr. Would you like to sell-or, buy?

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pastor PROFESSOR .BARRIE'' P.O. Box 1147 Nassau, Bahamas

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out of the city for( Mother's
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newipaper" CRASH PROGRAM Sunlight Chit-Chat Mrs. W. Jad1 son, West P.Da 1 Y.
Beach; Mrs, E. Arie, WestV.in
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1959America's LAUNCHED Mother's at Sunlight.Day was The highly programwas Beach; Mrs. J, Primus, Ft. Myer?

AGAINST TBS emceed by Mrs. I. Hunter. Nqjv students of the week

-... - -- ...--. ........ ...--. - ; cial attention of our read- We wish to thank each one of We Avlie welcome Grooms you."a, Mrs. Annie : Mrs>'

ers is called to the locations of tne ladies who. (participated< on
T-TT the Tuberculosis mobile x-ray the program. Don't forget to keep your
Key WeSt Southernmost through Friday of tfor the date
City unit Monday "Surprise of the week, by Mrs. open Spring Festival at
29
next !week (May 25-May ) B. Brown's family of Ft. Piercce. Club Fiesta. May 25


.................... _ By FRANCES 1>.4.--".... _E._PALMER "_"" __ __ I Association The Dade is County staging Tuberculosis a special Students spending the weekend I. J. Primus, reporter

MARCH .-.....................NII.I.II.I.NI..1N. all out crash /program to find and ;
DOUGLAS BAND TO . cure TB. Major targets\ are then
; The the Douglas direction School of Mrs.Band Joyce, tinder Broward '' : central Miami area and in the LICENSIIBEST
Knight marched in the Armed ; male and female age group over DRIVER'S !
35.
Forces Day (parade&:, which (was County .'. .. .

held Saturday, May 16. Newsay ( ...... .,. ) Dr. T. iE. Cato, Dade County SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
The Marching 35, as --the bandis Hdalth Commissioner, urges
often called worked very ; . 'f" t everyone over 18 years of age to
hard to make this event a suc .. take advantage of the TB chest O'BERRY'SMAGIC
bt1 x-ray service and pointed out
cess.Mrs.. Knight promised that the I Walter Bow that TB is entirely curable, if CITY DRIVING SCHOOL

.. band while will playing be its in marches full condition and ............................................- found early. 4-7756

exhibiting its fast high stepping (Mother E. J. Clark of Central X-rays will be offered as follows FR
marching system. Baptist Church wishes to thank : 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue

Included in the Marching 35 the officers and members for MONDAY, MAY 25 1200 NE
are 11 seniors who will be the expressions ol love shown Miami Court, 10 am to 1 !pjm. -
marching In their last school pa- her on Mother's Day by your MONDAY, MAY 25 360 NW
rade. These are: June Bettette, cards, telegrams, donations of 11th St., 3 to 7 pjn.
Robert Butler, Larry Clarke, gifts and flowers. TUESDAY, MAY 26 at the BEDROOM HOMES
Arthur Clarke, Robert Chapple, Also wish to thank the Mothersof nerv First National Dank of Mi- 2 and 3
Victor Laurie, Rofelia Pla, Geo. I Mt Olivett "Baptist Church, ami at the Soot of SE 1st -st. and With Small Down PaymentsIn
Leland and Patricia Tynes.Mother's Miami and Tabernacle Baptist Biscayne Blvd 9 a,m. to 12 noon.
Church, West Hollywood. May TUESDAY MAY 26 425 Orchard Villa Area
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Day was highly attended God bless you all. A grateful
NW 11th Terr. 3 to 7
:pan
at Bethel AME Church
mother.
Sunday, May 10. Presiding Elder WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 new I I We Pay Cash For Homes and Lots
I.First National of Miami
Bank 9a.m.
held ,
his
Coffey quarterly confer- Central Missionary Baptist .
ence Friday night, May 8 at the Church's women are in full speed to 12 noon.WEDNESDAY 0
church. lie preached a wonderful working toward their day on the MAY 27Ann'sGrocery
11th st. and NW 4th Floral Park For
Apts. Rent
at.the
sermon morning serviceson 4th Sunday in June, our first ,
Ave. 3 to 7 .
ipjm.THURSDAY I
Mother's Day. Women's Day. Rememlber together $20 WEEKLY-SORRY NO CHILDREN
On Sunday night a Mother's we stand, but divided 'we MAY 28 NW ,
Day program was largely attended. fall. Aim high ,but reach your 3rd ave. and 11th Terr., 10 ajn. 2474 N.W. 58th Street
This proljram, sponsored by to 12 noon; 3 to 7 pjn.
. Mrs. Grace Butler. Each one on goal.Mrs.. :E. J. Clark is general FRIDAY, MAY 29 38 NW
the program rendered their part chairman, Mrs. E. Kelly, co- 8th st., 10 a.m.t to 1 p.m. Chas. H. PykeRealtor
well and enjoyed by all present chairman and Rev. E. J. Clark, FRIDAY, MAY 29 NW 2nd
pastor ave. and 12th st., 3 to 7 pjn.Northwestern' .
'Mrs Rowena Plunder spent PLkza 40782JAMES' .
Mother's Day with her son and The members of the hospitality
daughter-in-law and grand committee of Carver Ranches
children, Mr. and Mrs. ArchibaldC. Elementary School PTA want ,to *
Pinder of Richmond Heights. thank/ all of the parents (who. donated Choir to Present r
cakes for our dedication of d
Mrs, Mearllne Saunders of Mi- the new school Mrs. Ida Seymour Spring Concert
ami spent Mother's Day in the served as chairman of that committee -
Island City with her mother, Mrs. The 100 voice choir of the
Rosa Cash accompanied to the I Irvin Seymour, son of Mr. and Northwestern Senior High School
.. city was Mrs. Ida King and son, Mrs. Melvin- Seytmour| enter- under the direction of Arthur L.
and Mrs. Ruth Pla, and daughter. tained his class after their an- Evans, will present its first annual 5 & lOc STORE
They returned to Miami on last nual junior-senior prom with a Spring Concert, Monday,
..Sunday night SItter an enjoyable early morning !breakfast at his May 25, in the auditorium at. 8P.m. 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3.9481
stay here with relatives and father's place in West Hollywood ,
friends. Irvin is a Junior at Northwestern
The twill consist
program
of
Celebrating Senior High in Miami. classical, semi-olassical, sacred SUMMERTIME!
birthdays In the
and folk
music.
month of May: Mrs. Rowena Pin- Sunday,' May 24 is dedicationday program will be Highlight soloists Jacquelyn on the- Child's Swimsuit ........ 1.00 Diaper Sets .................... 1.00
der, Mrs. Jane Russell, Mrs. at Dixie Park in Hallandaleon '
Croumel, Ronald Hepburn Pedal Pusher and Boys' Swim Trunks, pr. 1.00
Anna Jones, Miss5 Phylls 1 anntbal the opening of new stwimming and clarinet soloist Alfred Gibson -, Blouse, set ................ 1.00 Boys' Shorts .................... .35
Miss Doreen Johnson, Miss pool. The public is invited to attend Ladles' Blouse, ea. ........ 1.00 Cotton Panties, 5 for 1.00
Theresa Pinder, Miss Edwina this dedication at 3 pan Women's Half Slip, ea. 1.00 Human Hair

Lamipkins, Herman and Sherman The public is cordially invited Ladles' Shorts, ea. .... 1.00 Pieces ............ 75 and up
Romerts. to attend this program. Admission Ladles' Panties, 3 for 1.00 Saving Banks ........ .10 up
For The is only 50 cents. Nylon Hose, pr ........,... 79 Plastic Drapes, pr ........ 89
Mr. and Mrs. George Saundersand Highest in _______n.___._._.._._.uUu......_._._..........................
daughters of Coconut Grove, COSMETICSCall Mirrors, bird :feed, Zorl thong sandals, whatnot, shelves,
were in the city to visit theirmother Build up your social prestige zippers, thread, buttons, dress materials, ,house spray, spray
Mrs. Beatrice McIntosh of YUkon 3-5681
106 Olivia St. Mrs. McIntosh was. Learn to dance at guns
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happy to have I .
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Don Strachan's Dance Studio,
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PUN PHUN SATURDAY MAY ,,23 1959 PAGE 7
Richmond Heights Flashes
lly PHIL OSSOI<'EU ,

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By ORA D. TALYOR
This f f\J.-eek that ,wise guy, Phil CLEAN..CLEAN.
Ossofer, who sees and knows . .

APPRECIATION Principal doors, large closets, spacious nothing, ,will answer questionssent
and Mrs. RoCbie George wish to utility closets, utility\ with lane in by his readers . bothof
thank the many friends for the window for coolness and many them. (Phil is one. The other .. CLEAN.
many and varied kindnesses extended other fine features. If you needa must be Garth Reeves, bless
them when he was in fine home call CE 5-4246. him!)
a Jackson Memorial hospital He is Phil /will be happy to answerall
at home now convalescing on Al- The Richmond Heights Civic questions, //but doesn't promiseto
lapattah Drive and Heinlain Dr. and Social Club on behalf of make you happy with his
in Goulds where friends are welcome Mother's Day presented an orchidto answers. .
to visit.' Prof. George has Mrs. Rowena Pinder of Key Q. A friend |wants to borrow
pioneered in education circles In West, being the oldest Catholic money ,from me. Shall I give It
Dade County and Florida and has mother !resent In the congregation to him?
.
been missed more than words A. No. Don't give him a loan, :
can tell during his present ill- Mrs. Louise McDew, secretaryof let him alone. :
ness.. the organization, made the Q. My electric bill hasn't been S :::S
presentation. Mrs. Pinder, whowas paid, for lour months. Is it delinquent -
FIRST AID CLASS CLOSING visiting het son and daghter- ? .
The First Aid Class recently in-law| Archibald Pinder, 'celebrated A. No. It is still a current bill. .
.. conducted at Frank C. Martin her 67th birthday May 13. Q. I understand you !play ten- 6lquuS.
Elementary by the American Red She returned to Key West Mon- nis with cotton in your ears.

Cross your reporter Instructor in day morning. Why? ..
cooperation with Civilian Defense A. I can't stand the racket! S .E.Er
closed on last Wednesday GEORGIA Q. Is it possible! to boil c'ggs in t
evening with a movie, "Practical cold water? :
First Aid. This movie was a TIGHTENS A. It is in Coldwater, Michigan -

summary of the various demon- COLLEGE .
strations .given in the course. The Q. Where is Miami's coolest r\
class was highly pleased with REQUIREMENTSTO spot in the summer?
the course with one regret-the A. In the Miami Stadium when k
course did not continue longer. BAR NEGROESMembers the Marlins are 'home. It's (full of itiiuw

Mrs. Taylor was presented witha of the ,board of regents I. fans.q.. ,
tcken of appreciation from the of the university system cf) What do masons do :with
t ; class. .The Red Cross First Aid Georgia are working over timeto cracked concrete (blocks? MASS LSS
SS'
I :; classes are given free by the find more ways 1o keep Ne- A. They hide ,them in the !walls. S
'.: chapter. This class will receive groes out elf state colleges. The Q. Do you think it is wise to
J:,t become a pledge in a fraternityat
the advance course and cards for new admission regulations require -
f 10 t same this fall: that the applicants'must be college? :
graduates of accredited high A. Yes. \Even i if you don't learn
schools with satisfactory grades anything out of books: the paddle m.
YOUTH COUNCIL CALLS will make you smart.
and 15 units in specified sub-
Did hear called?
you your name
jects; must have taken college
Well, Vf you are the parents ot entrance examination 'board scholastic Dorsey High and That's the super-dry taste you get
teenagers, your name is on "Roll.
Call" to be present to help plana on aptitude, their scores.test and They file must reports Northwestern when you make your fUISCtt i M At4"4

program. for teenagers for Martini with clean 1M ..
oyr also be interviewed to determine Alumni -tasting
the You will MeetingAll
coming year. receive -
.whether they meet the standard
your letter soon. Please cooperate 1949 graduates and all DULLED i
fixed by the board of regents. !
We need your help in The college may reject any applicant graduates of Dorsey and North- FLEISCHMANN'SGIN .. r
Youth Council. failing to, show general fitness western are to meet at Dorsey
for college work. Junior High School In the old '--..,,
CONGRATULATIONS Con- No mention is made about race library, May 24, 8 p.m Pleasebe -
grats are in order to Willie Red- on time and bring someone
or color in the regulations, and ..,W.NuI
ding and his group recently organized legal sources believe that they with you. There will also be a ,
to help Richmond Heights will hold .water under the U. S. sale at 1301 NW 65th st. starting
and youth. Our ''progressive com- District Court ruling against racial at 6 J ip.m.. May 23. Public is: invit- DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN ;; "f
munity has growing pains. We discrimination at Georgia ed. 90 PROOF FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING i1.f ,
;' '1:', need expansion: in so many ways. State College. Alumni Day ,is June 1.at.North CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
This group, newly chartered, is
Seven Negro women, went on western auditorium,
armed to the teeth to perfoitm the ..
Tuesday to the State
Georgia
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College of Business Administration -
power to you.CALLED to inquire about registrationand

TO GIBBS CHAPEL several other Negroes are For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call ;
planning to apply for entrance to
Rev. W E.. Taylor, better
my Tech. It is believed
Georgia that
half has been ,appointed by Presiding
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Elder'' F. A. Allen of North board this sparked of regents.the move of, the BONDED COLLECTION I
Miami District to pastor the
Gibbs Chapel AME Church in
North' Miami Rev. Armstrong, Queen Appoints
former pastor, was sent to St.
Peters, the mission arganized by Negro Courtier
' I Rev. Taylor. He held his first: LONDON Queen Elizabeth AGENCY Inc. I
business meeting on Tuesday and hat appointed the first Negro I
was highly welcomed with his coutier in Buckingham Palace ,
wife on Sunday evening when he history. .
conducted his first services.A He is Joseph Bennet Odunton,
new church is under con- 39, an Oxford graduate from
, \ struction which Rev. Taylor Ghana. He twill be assistant press The largest collection and rental ,
:' hopes to be able to enter even,!U attache. His first job will be to r
not complete in the latter part of help the queen plan a visit to agency in the South; operating in ', u.
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I who are builders of the TOOTHACHE !rf/W:'1!. Ail
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f THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper' ment and cuisine from the East Northwestern High these events. Unless otherwise

I PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 23 1959NMM.MMNMMNNMNNNN Indies and the West Indies. This stated, events 'will be held In the' .
should be quite an affair. Yours CommencementCalendar I school auditorium. i
truly /will hold the emcee spot. ,

1 ..... \.. Y'all come. . Charlie North of .
North Travel Bureau, asked me MAY 25-Senior Recital .
to define the word "Funkey" MONDAY and, chorus, 8 pjm. FOR SALE
1 Around MiamiBy trcm last week's article about THURSDAY, MAY 28 Year- 2-Bedroom CBS Home
I Y the band at the Jim Jam. Thereis book, 9:45: a an.TiKUiRSDAY .
'.J no such iword in the dictionary MAY 28 Fellowship 6320 S.W. 58th Place .1'
'1 however, ,the word funkey in the South Miami Fla. *
High 12 noonHODAY
1 DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDUNNNNNfNNHNNNNM Day, Mays ,
musical world means, "low dawn
I MAY 29 Senior Piano Off Red Road
l. N\M sort of alley music, slow, low, Recital, 8 :pan. .
Af down_blues, back home music. I
SUNDAY, MAY 31 Senior DOWN
$1,000
i THE CHRISTIAN STORY: ,, .., i You dig?? Communion Service, Cnuron

ON MOTHERS' DAY, tne Cu. : : .' Until next week live of Incarnation. $80 monthly includes taxes
',M ', life everygolden
ban people of Miami presented a minute of it. Peace! SUNDAY, MAY 31 Commence- and insurance
beautiful statue to the City of hard earned money and want a ment Vesper, 5 pjm. Total'price
Miami in Watson Park. The Jew- snack or a cold drink after get- MONDAY, JUNE 1 AlumniWEDNESDAY $10,000

ish people raised millions of dollars ting tired from shopping, I'm NAACP Meetisg Day...1 pm. House is Open
for the Jewish Hospitals all JUNE 3 Awards
,
some place else whereI
gonna go
over the U. S. A., then there is Day, 9:45 a.m.' Walk in Look around
can be sure of getting some
the Heart Appeal, Cancer Fund, The general membership meet- THURSDAY June 4 Class
sort of f. Even if I have to -
: relt
United Fund, Cerebral Palsy ing of the Miami Branch NAACP Call owner UN 6-3426
drive 10 miles to do it. Just as Day, 1 pan.SATURDAY
Fund, the NAACP, the W hit e will be held Thursday, May 28, JUNE 6 Com-
learn to stick
Citizens Council, Polio Fund soon as Negroes 8 (pan in the offices of the mencement, Dade County
which. is the ./March of Dimes, together, the better off we will NAACP, 809 NW 3rd ave. All In. Auditorium, 7:30: pjm.
be. I don't say stop going to terested Drive Carefully
and about 500 other parties invited to
or more are attend
The public( is invited to
Farmers Market, but I do say I attend.
funds, (which at one time or an-
that I hope in the future
near -<:
other have contributed
you may
to. Now more than ever your they :will make some arrange- Registration
,at St.
ments for a snack stand, with
Christian undying support Hospital is needs needed.about The cold drinks so that Negroes can ,Francis Xavier HOMES FOR SALE
1 shop in comfort.
$200,000which means a fund
raising campaign is in the mak- P.S. That goes for Stevens ''Monday, May 25, from 9 to 11. $350 DOWN
ing and it's you, the Negro peopleof Market elso.'PRETTY Please bring birth certificates.
Miami that will benefit by this NW 16th terr and 4th ave.HICKS' 1370 N.W. 77th ,Street

This is the old of furnished
hospital story GIRL of the Week: Large room f f
"charity begins at home. As this Elizabeth Scott . Policeman of Largo lot-60x130
drive goes on, please give as the Week: James G. Stubbs . $6,950 TOTAL Price
much as you can each and evrey Teacher of the Week: LaClydeM

week. Stubbs. Photo StudioUltra $1,000 DOWN ,

Do you realize that if every N.W. 68th Street
Last Wednesday, May 13, Lord 1035
Negro in Dade County gave $2 Fine Portraits,
I we'd have a total of $240,000?' Flea, a likeable little guy that Modern two bedroom home on large lot.-,Hal separate dining'
Yet there are thousands thatwon't made good on the Perry Como James E. Hicks, Prop. roomy Jalousled porch, living room, tiled kitchen drain (board,
Show and /whose records sold all
give a cent or a hoot tiled bath, and car porte. Home completely furnished $10,500
whether the hospital is opened or over America, died in Jackson Studios: .
1 not. 'But the first time someone Memorial Hospital after a long 2440 NW 60th St. Total price.
gets sick or hurt the first thing Illness. From all of us in the These homes will ''be open on Sunday. Call owner at NEwton
musical world, "rest in peace." Phone NE 3-3166
will hear them is
you yell . Another shocking death 4.6722 or HI 40353.
"Take me to a hospital," and Justas was
that of Nat Strong, Sir John
soon as some woman is ready
Hotel bellboy, commonly knownas
for maternity, there is the place
: "
21".
Nat
liked
was well by
waiting, to bring a new life into
the world I'm telling you all of everyone. May he rest in peaceI

this now so that when the time I
.. THE ADULT DIVISION OF
does come you won't, turn .
your I HAD A NICE talk with Atty.L. .
back on your own ,people. Don't E. Thomas and asked him if
.let me have the opportunity to he would accept the judgeship if NORTHWESTERN SENIOR
,: say, "shame on the people of he was asked by the commissioners -
Miami.. Remember the Jews to (which he replied a.big,
help each other, the Cubans help "Yes." As for me I'll be very HIGH SCHOOL
each other Try a little of the happy to see Atty. Thomas back :' .
same and you'll find that God on the bench. He was the first ,

helps Giver! those Give!who help themselves. Negro Judge in Miami and has 7007 N.W,12th Avenue: Miami, Fla. PL 4.5491
GIve!( the experience and know how

Maybe with Atty. Thomas back ANNOUNCES ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SUMMER
I HAVE BEEN Informed that we'll have a little less crime, ,
TERM 1959
_
"Farmer's Market does a heap of cause those that \ego before him
Negro business, yet a Negro can't will find that he is a hard man, Registration
get a hot dog and eat.it standing yet a Just man. ..' ." .- Monday through Friday
\ at the counter. I knolw for a fact Between 2:00 and 10:00 p.m.

I that in one of the Five and Dime Since Bud's Trading Post'on .. AT 7007, 'IN.W...12TH AVENUE .
Stores '
you can get a hot dog and '27th ave and 55th Terr. has been
a drink Now I'm not ,one to enlarged, his business has been .
..' complain about these things nor i increasing. He has a lots of fine '
do profess/ to start any trouble 'bargains . Dr.. Bernard M. DAY ADULT SCHOOL HOURS 7:00.10:00,P.M.

with any store or place that receives Chariff, now located at 1651 NW ,
Evening Trade Hours
: Full land Part Time 3:00.10:00
the Negro dollar p.m.
but fair 3rd ave., /will be located at 1409 .
is faire U a large Five and Dime NW 3rd ave. the first Of June. 3:30'6:30 p.m.--7:00.10:00 p.m. ,
store can serve cold \ ,
drinks and This is injected '
as a public ser '
hot dogs to Negroes downtown, vice. Many Courses Are Approved 'for Veterans ." .\, '
plus Shell City, then 1 believe _
that the management at Farmers DON STRACHAN' presents next TELEPHONE INQUIRIES,,AFTER 2:00 P.M.

Market can do the same. I'm sure Saturday night at the Jim Jam ... '5 ;
no one else would care, after alj, Club "An East ,Meets West
if I go out there and spend my Party," with native entertain- I ACADEMIC, General

American History and GOT*! General Math, 'English

Mathematics: Algebra, Science General, Biology,

Geometry, Trigonometry Chemistry Physics '
Have talked ,
you ever to
yourself
Adult High School Diploma Awarded on Basis of 16 Units of Credit
? Do you ,ask yourself these

j. GENERAL ADULT,EDUCATION
f questions What makes mo so "

*, unlucky? Why do I have to work English, Basic, Reading Clinic Public Speaking

so hard ,when others around me English for Foreign Born Creative Writing

have plenty of luck? What is PRE-HIGH SCHOOL: Grades 1 through 8, Adult

holding me back? TRADE TRAINING: Full Time and Part Time

Training for the more frequently found trades in this area is offered on

both 'full-time and part-time basis. Among the courses now being

( KSTAR offered: '

DraftingCustom Home Economics: Sewing ;

Tailoring Cooking :-

Cabinet and Millwork Power Sewing t'' ;

Spiritualist_ and Psychic Reader Dry Cleaning and Laundering TV and Radio : y
Practical Nurse Training: Auto Mechanics
Who can I see to help me? Gifted Faith Worker. .

Remove these stumbling blocks from'your life- Make "ri EVENING BUSINESS COURSES:

one visit to K STAR and she will help you as she has TypewritingBookkeeping, Shorthand, Secretarial Refresher Course
$2.00 Registration Fee per subject Small 'Materials Fee for
helped those around you that are lucky and success- .some

ful, and happy. She removes spells, bad luck and courses .

evil influence. Cause you to hold the love of the one Call PL 45491. ,. after 2:00 p.m for further information regarding the

you desire. courses of your choice ..

Gives Your -Your COUNTY-WIDE CLASSES WILL BE FOUND :AT
Lucky Days Lucky Numbers
MAYS SENIOR HIGH,-GOULDS A. L. LEWIS, HOMESTEAD

:. Tailoring, Repair, Homemaking Classes Homemaking .
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
.
4.: Woodwork, General Machinery ? ? ., _

Permanent Location BOOKER T. WASHINGTON MIAMI 4...,-/
N. W. 27th Av -Corner Flagler St. House No. 54. I Citizenship Classes Typewriting j;'I.

Open Dally and Sunday Closed Tuesdays Dade County Board of Public Instruction

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A GRAND EVENT CELEBRATED Master Singers in THE MAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"SATURDAY

'
ConcertCome I MAY 23 1959 PAGE 11

hear your own, the Mi-
ami Master Singers in concert at

the Lanier Elementary School, BAPTIST HEAD The tour, called "Adventure in
Hallandale, Fla, this Sunday, Citizenship," is designed to help
May 24 at 4:30: pan Sponsored by ON MIDDLE the United States make- new
the Mt. Sinai Methodist Church, friends among the masses in that
Rev. George F. Ponder, pastor EAST TOUR troubled spot of the (world. The

CHICAGO Dr. J, H. Jackson citizen "ambassadors" will mingle
SWIM CLASSES 'president of the National with ,people below the diplomatic
Baptist Convention /was commissioned level in order that they will know
OFFERED AT I by Chicago's Mayor Richard American opinions and lAraeri-
PARK BEACHESThe I J. Daley to' convey official cans will come to know them
greetings and congratulations better. That part of the tour is
Dade County Park and from the "Windy City" to the labled "Operation Insight." The
a Recreation gin a swimming instruction pro- that city's 50th anniversary cele- Department.To .
gram starting June 8 in Virginia
brations.Dr. .
make the tour, Dr. Jackson
Beach and
Park North Homestead !Bayfront Jackson, also ,pastor of the was forced to cancel a scheduled
A. announced Olivet Baptist Church in Chicago
speech before the Southern Bap-
tOO'ay.Qual1f1ed is making a six-week tour of the
tist Convention (white) (which
will : iRed Cross instructors Middle East with 22 other Am- meets the latter part of May in
conduct
\' the swimming classes ericans, under the sponsorshp of Louisville.
for
': ,',t. "Ai. beginners. the American Friends of the
,
; Registration \for classes
will Middle
,: .;; East. The group left New
't\' .,. take place on Saturday, May 23 York
f ; .; "}; Thursday May 14 for Cairo i
t > at each of the parks.! Children 6 Egypt. Join The NAACP

I t" ;- . ;. years of 'age or over are eligible.
:
for registration. !Both. classes will
start on Monday, June 8 and /will
J continue throughout the summer RATES GOING UP!
,,"'," with additional
; i iV June 18, July 2, July registrations 16, July on 30 The Newspaper Say-Save Money by Getting
and August 13.NAACP AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

r:4 NOW-Before the' rates go up

BREAKFASTScott Many of our months policies start as low as
$12 Down

V Homes Auditorium SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
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645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' Market'

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A (grand event was celebratedby Deputy Viola Hill, worthy matronof OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
the Progressive Chapter OES Chapter, No. 29, and on the
No. 29, April 14 during eighth extreme right Is Mrs. Marybelle
annual celebration of which a Marshall, chairman of the pop THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

popularity contest was sponsored. ularity contest. PSYCHIC READER
Here is shown Mrs. Coatney .
Holmes, the happy winner, being Hats off to Mrs. Holmes, who
crowned "Miss Progressive of raised ...the highest amount of
OES No. 29" by Mrs. Viola John- money. Mrs. Viola, Hill and Mrs.
son, ,past queen of Progressive Leola Thompson, secretary 01
Chapter No. 29. From ,left to right: chapter.
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Mrs. Emily Smith of Long Island I and fearless leaders and has the 8wttc
:formerly of Hart's, Exumna I interest of Negroes one hundred
and mother of your scribe, A. H. percent.
McKenzie, died last Tuesday and Another very Jmportant matter TO COOL
was buried on Wednesday. She now being/ discussed is the im- my years of Experience guide and protect yon through
was the sister of Mrs. Julia Kel- portation of more European COMFORTELECTRICALLV Life a* a Lighthouse guides the ship in a storm
ly of 1304 NW 63rd Lane, Miami. teachers for the Government '
, A brother, Isaiah Minns, lives at High School. This !particular item WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU 8EB 3119

Homestead, Fla. brought heated discussion on the with modernair For Success in Business And Love
floor of the House. While mem-
N. A. and Stanley Miller of bers saw the grave necessity (for conditioning CONSULT HER -

Miami made a short visit to more teachers, as a result of a You can now have your home made happy
Nassau on Mother's Day to sur- large number leaving at the end
Get and Hold the position long wanted
so
prise their mother, Mrs. Dorcus of this term in. June, others feel you
-, Miller They brought her. fldwers that more Bahamian teachers 0 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
and other useful gifts. She was should be 'sent for specialized> By the help of God she can help you
over-joyed to see them. N. A. training to fill posts at the high
visited St. Agnes and /was loud school and those already trained I Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

in his, compliments.. should be, given the opportunity trouble ,
to serve at the school. It will pay you to call and see! this Gifted Medium First

Seventeen-yead-old McKinney Carlton Frances: and Rodney Where thousand come yearly for help and advice, you too can 4
was fatally injured witha Bain graduates of London University .
fractured skull, and other ser- ( be touched by this strange mysterious power
are taking further studies
ious /wounds when he was struckby and .will be back in July. WHY ,GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
a'car on May 7. The accident
,The public feels that Vivian same God who delivered :Moses and the children of Israel
YI1 MFIN
occurred at 12:30: ( a.m. on Wulff
Watkins B.A., and Donald Da old Is still alive and will a for through
Road, west of Madkey St., and of today open way yon
vis ACP could easily be trans
Was the (worst of its kind this the troubled sea of life. Letnot him that Is blind lead yon or
Government
ferred to High.
year. However the matter /was referred you stumble with him.
Driven !by Samuel Ingraham to a committee of the House. Advertise It Pays! Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see
who fiiistafnni A broken left leg. ?
them
the a--w hit a coconut tre7i What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that
turned the aide. The
over on make Wlrelnw, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?
right arm of Oswald Stubbs was
severed, ifrom his body when the A seed before It sprouts, lie concealed, secret, silent in the
car hit him. Ingraham's, brother, dark earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN

Joseph, suffered a broken arm. POWER" .
Other (passengers treated at the
hospital for less serious injuriesor Therefore, acquaint
shock were John Ingraham, self with ,the one who yourII I
Henry and Clara Dean, and Dillis authority. Whose t ,,"
Ingraham, wife of ,the driver. e consultation will evolve you : 'I'.

to a higher state of mind. 1,
:Master Sgt. Roy: Deveaux of .
Nassau was awarded a U. S. All Information is '
18. He
Anny citation on February
received a commendation ribbon Strictly ConfidentialOffice
\ with metal pendant for meritorious 1 .
service from his commanding Hours 0 a.m-8 p.m. y'; a

officer at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. I + Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m

: Several very important matters Don't Write-Call in Person s
t are now before our House of Assembly -
including the following DAILY READING '1.00 UP

Revision of salaries of Govern- 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
ment officials Revision of pension -
of all penslners receiving MADAM HUNTER
not more than $2,240 per annum.

This most timely matter the of notice pensions r ysir*stt asst ospOff tS 1657 N.W. 73rd St., MiamiI
to
brought
was
tba VAX TIC rates
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of the Assembly by Milo Butler,
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THE MIAMI. TIMES, -"The Peoples' Newspaper" BETHUNE, ELEMENTARY ,,-UK }BZ YII'J'H.1BIrIRL 1111II WrY\II }r.tfml UIU 11M PB5H1 (
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SATURDAY,, MAY 23,1959'< Bethune's Color (Day on Thurs-
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day, May 14 ,was, quite a ! 'affair. The assembly room was irrlTy
decorated with beautiful colors L I
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:Patent Inventions Daughters of Isis cf !canary yellow and apple green.: + S \ "
Celebrate Teachers and (pupils:\ proudly wore D"'V1 IN/TaA4 C .
' five valuable inventions/ !' and has Thanksgiving ,loyalty to cur school. NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.'r ,, J: : ,'
been granted patent' on 'three of The highlight < the day came ,'/ ..
them by 'the U. S. Patent Office. .., ,'with the crowning of the King " '''t : '
Two of them are patentp.ending.. and 'Queen. The Judges had 'avery FRIDAY SATURDAY, ; '
He< declares he has the ability to hard time making a decis- OVER BY PUBLIC DEMAND
invent one hundred valuable inventions ion, because, all of the contestants ttr'I
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within five years, and < were rated highly. However, the r ",:
by the help of God and ,the cooperation # decision made, was as follcMng: #)> .< \, 'of
::1 Mrtiolupet ra +
of the people, thou- ,Linda Squire, was chosen as IELD tf: ", :',
sands of people will be employed queen and Eugene Williams was TURNER <:
through the manufacturing of a chosen as king ,
GA\'IN
great' deal of these inventions Their attendants (were: Veralyn I ,
throughout the United Sedates F Mackev and Johnnie Hopkins. SANDRA DEE '
g
within the next ten years. We wish to thank the judges <
4' who took time cut to come and :
One of these inventions is a DAN O'NERUNY
render this service' for( us. They 4'r
design It is now being manu- t were: Mrs. iRiuth N. Polite, Mrs SUSANROBERf KOHNER
ofa .. '
factured. It is a combination "'
Ernestine Williams, Mrs. Luverna '
heart, chain, lock, key and ;,;,"' ::
)''t Lovings, Elliott J. Pieze and ALDA
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arries deeper meaning
hand It a } George Kilpatrick.
for true, love than any design invented "i On Tuesday,' May 12, 'one of MOORE
in the United States It the members of'our faculty, Mrs.
also Includes a poem to correspond MAHAlIA JACKSON<
Mazie chosen
'. R. Edge, was as
on a separate card.It our Curriculum Assistant. We are .....,...II till Wa Ir fARI GRAN1
is now being manufacturedand If! grateful for ,this added help, and Mry'b4at i tIN'1M ,
designed on stationery we ,feel that 'we can now better j. 7r
Trademark, Design True Love help pupils to achieve.

Sationery. W. C. Cogdell, principal
MRS. B, LOUISE ROLLE
iMr R. S. Jackson is partnerin bIn
v Mazie R. Edge, reporter
three of these inventions including Illustrious CommanderThe
this one. officers and members of iT -a. .' .- .---a>- .
Design True Love Stationery is Kazah Court No. 117, Daughters ,I ,
on sale at the following ;places: t of Isis, take this method to thank SEE NUMBER SIGN
Economy Drug Store, 1101 NW the nobility of Kazah Temple for 901 N.W. 79th St.
3rd Ave. their splendid cooperation on
Barkley's Cut-Rate Sundry Sunday, May 17 at St. Paul AME Life ( GuaranteedOne I'
IReadlng
Store, 1201 NW 3rd ave. Church, Coconut Grove where
Bunche Park Pharmacy, 2280 they; celebrated their thanksgiving. visit to get results '
Bunche Park West Drive. ..
:Miller's Sundry, 14925 NW Special thanks to Noble Melvin Secret Power of Occult Force '
22nd ave.Magnolia. R. Jackson (for' helping to malke EASTMAN COLOR )
Sundry, Service Road our stay' at St. Paul a pfeasanfone. Gifted Medium 'Reader

and 22nd ave. To Rev. T. C, Kelly, his officers t7" 1'11'i 1--
Midway Park Drug Store, 2206 and members for the very starring
NW 62nd st. warm welcome that was extended k ,. ,
Marion Michaels
Edison Center Pharmacy, 915 to us, to Noble Carey Bent- Y
NW 62nd st. ley who has always cooperatedwith CAPITOL.THEATRE A real "Sex Kitten"
Eddie's Drug, 801 NW 3rd ave. the daughters in every way,
Peoples Drug, 1033 NW 2nd Nobles Ec>win Rogers, E. Wallace,
ave.These J. W. Burney, Frank Rioss, Rob- SATURDAY MIDNITE SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAYProduction .
emblems will be designed ert Dean, Androw Roberts, Rev. Sunday through Thursday -
on aipparels in the near fu- T. A. Riclle and the other nobles '
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whose names I didn't get. May 24 25 26 27 28 'DARRYl F F. lANUCK( f tat Prtsllltl'COMPmLsION '

ture.Clyde Killen has interest in Daughters attendh s Ethel STEVE COCHRAN In I '!
two of these inventions that, are Johnson, Ellen Taylor, Alice I MobsterPlus
not published yet. Cash: Catherine Cook, Harriet t.
Bently, Cora Salmon, Mattie Wil- 1Af I Iwq
Floral Hejffh'u ElementaryThe son, Hattie Jackson, Lona B., Jayne Mansfield In '

Simmons, Mae Wood Tucker, Sheriff of Broken Jaw I
last PTA
meeting for the who is always with us had deathin
year was "held Wednesday, May her family ,and Dgt. Rosebud
13 with election and installation Byrd was out of the city becauseof I .
of officers for the coming year. illness. _
Dgt. Bessie Bethunewas {
//Those elected, Iwere, Mrs Far- unable to be present.
ley Neasman, president; !Mrs. Louise Rolle, 111 Com. RITZTHEATRE I
.
Ross,. vice president; Mrs. ,Mar- ORSONEI.ES[
shall, recording secretary; Mrs.

G A., Wi Pearson Kllpatrick, financial treasurer secretary; 'Mrs.; Saturday Attend, May The 30th( STARTS SUNDAY DIANE YARSI It1 'l : J

Daughter, chaplain; !Mrs G. "

Huff W. KHpatridk, parliamentarian., reporter' '; Mrs. M. Y's ,Men 'Carnival "CAT ON A HOT TIN DEAN S10CKWE1IW{ .a

Final report of self study of At TheCARVE ROOF", BRADFORD DILlMAN .
teachers was given. The. goal v
YMCA
aided ,fqr was reached* Elizabeth Taylor LLM iw4. tlTllla '
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\, Burl Ives .'AIARD i D.INUCK Q 'RiCHARD fIpSCHER ,RICHARD MUR RPHY MffiRffi1 :: "


i BARKIEY'S' CUT-RATE. STORE I .

The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome RNUfH/N

J201 N.W 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 BUNCHETHEATRE HOPEFUMING'ADAS ;.

THE FINEST 'PRODUCTS. AT CUT RATE PRICES Tel NA- OPA 1-7322 LOC4A,

Delicious Candies Sun. Mon., Tues., Wed. i .I

Gifts of all descriptions "NIGHT OF THE JAMES" A.

Patent Medicines Incense QUARTER MOON .

A complete line of Drug Sundries> at popular pricesA Nat "King" Cole

selected variety of human hair James Edwards STARTS WEDNESDAY .

John Erlckson In .,A pIIoIoerapIWG i ,
Open Dally and Sunday 8'' a.m. to 10 p.m. .PfOdUClloA of
"Oregon Paaaage"ZEAK The Q Tk Molted Mala
,John .A. McMinn, Owner a..IIS by fancltco Goya.,
ryw (TMI PMAOO MADMIO)


AND SON I -IIIttrm ',

T> 'j j "COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT SERVICE" Body Building. GymPhone To""trli F + ,'

e With Prices to Meet The Family Requirements a '
M U,1-3667 x> 4 .
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_ I II gas N.W. 152nd, St., 'Opa .Lock. : # AVA ANTHONY
I Body building! contest .weight
lifting and Miss 'Virginia ,Beach G'ARDNER'*
I fRANCIOSA
contest for 1959! ''sponsored by .
ZeaH and Son Body Building ,
II Gym, July 4th.

There will 'be trophies for all nibIEKEDfAf&O :
first prize winners. Trophies and f
Jj other awards for runner ups do 1IamI sIM1ps RCHNUAMA TECHNICOLOR
t7 Y ii j nated by various. merchants of
the community.Boys .
," '" J for points, In body build.

.-- __ 4 Ing contest se Zeak.. Jo all contestants rr ;

Fact to Consider When Selecting a Funeral HomeANKER see Zeak. To secure your
number for the contest, andalso
Instructions. Not later than June b lasts thoscreen i
B FUNERAL HOME SO. J2NACP > / "
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MEMORIALS 2-BEDROOM CBS home. Large

Florida room, carporte king size
.. lot. Low down payment. Drive
CARD OF THANKS by 1350 NW 77th Terr, then call
In Appreciation owner. MO 7-1304. '
The family of the late,

takes this LEMUEL method KEMP oif expressing: We DANIEL the family E.of ROLLE the late, Help Wanted rv I

thanks and appreciation> to the wish to express our sincere For the best in Beach Jobs' see
many friends who were so kind appreciation to our many friends Mrs. Mac. We are lS: acing cooks
during their recent bereavement relatives and neighbors for their housekeepers, maids and child-
//Thanfk. tor your cards letters kindness extended during the ill- care women In year around po-
telegrams, flowers cars and all ness and death of its beloved sitions-salaries to $50.00.
other kinds of gestures of sympa- one. We (wish to acknowledge Hostesses, we are paying $2.00 .. ,
thy. A aIn, thanks to everyone and thank those :who sent cards' transportation on any live-in girl
fcr everything. May God bless florals, telegrams and other we place. Come early in a.m. and WANTED EXPECTING TO BUILD? Con-
you. pathetic sym bring clothes.AJIELIABLE. sult CONNIE COLLINS. TUxedo
The expressions; May God's Hostesses, barmaids waitresses 7-6926 regarding
Kemp Family blessings be bestowed designing
EMPLOYMENT
upon you Apply in 'person Must be attrac- house 'plans. supervision.
Mrs. Hester Rolle, wife SERVICE
", IN MEMORIAM And Family 432 Espanola Way Miami Beach tive.Entertainers, amateur and professionals ' jun 13

In loving remembrance of our M9 to enter our unique IN MEMORIAM'
contest. Large cash awards. Jim
departed sister and
aunt. DAY NURSERYDAY Jam Club 1900 NW 75th st. In loving memory of,
r -.;,' -y DEATHSHouse
NURSERY. All
ages. Free
pick up and delivery-NE 5-7998. 30 MEN. Age 22 or over, to,, establish . '
M16 the :Elks (club or onganlraticn ti t,
> in Richmond Heights.
of Albert
. Call CE 5-3057. Archie Finder.
Mother I will care for your child

Q, bGLADYS Funeral. services for Mrs. Cal- while you 'Work. Age 1 month to
lie Canadate of 10255 SW 178thst. four years: Reasonable. Phone DOMESTIC HELP day workers
$7.00. Also
office help.
., Perrine, who died in Jackson NE 44287. Aloha and AAA Employment Apply

Memorial 'Hospital en May 13 --- o" : .II Agencies, 423 NE 1st ave.' Phone
was conducted in the chapel on FR 3-9813 or FR 1-4448. jun13HEAP
May 16 at 1 pjm. with Rev. W. NEWS FROMHOMESTEAD I
C. Edcar officiating She Is survived WANTED
,
by her husband, James; Domestic for Wed. and Sat.
mother; three children three sisters By EDDIE SMITH half day. $7.00 weekly, OX 1-8307-
a brother. Interment was in
Paradise Memorial Gardens. OI:) ooooo )
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Miss Donna Hlghtower famous
Infant Washington, one of twin Capitol' recording: star from FOR SALE N
gIrls of. Mrs Jessie Washington Brooklyn New York was my
-if, 7160 NW 14th' place, died in studio guest Sunday. Miss Hlsli 50x150 DEERFIELD BEACH .u.
Jackson. Memorial Hospital May tower Is visiting her family. She on S.E. 2nd Ct, East of S.E. Is "
11 and was laid to rest May 18. has 'Just finished an extended Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRank.In .

engagement at the Blue Note In 7-4812 iDd.I .
The body John: A Roundtreewho Chicago, along with the famous j : S Y {
lived at 6000 NW 20th LOT 50 ISO Wrst Hollywood
ave Johnny' Mathls. She left Wednesday I x
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who died Mav 1ft will M vet tn Carver; 1-7784, I
sne nasa ''Ranches. Call OX SGT. CONNLEY
E. PEDICAN -- - ror Minnesota wnere WILLIAMS JR.
'uho departed: this life May 28, Uvalde, Ga.. May: 21 at 12 noon two-week engagement. On who departed this life on May 25,
1957. ,'here funeral services and bur- Tuesday morning she ran 3Q( BEST LOCATION. A-l condition. 1955.

May the angels lead her into ial will be conducted. Survivorsare minutes on- my radio program Four bedroom rooms, 2 baths. By Gone but not forgotten.
paradise; a /wife three children a grandmother It was nice having Donna here owner, 1026 NW 59th st. life leaves- to mourn, o mother

And the martyrs receeive' her at and a brother. with us.The i0T POINT Lizzie Williams: ; father Connley
thy coming Rev. J. S. Davis, popular refrigerator. Good Williams Sr., sister Vera Louise
And ,bring her into the Holy City Ahab, Smith of 1308 NW 2nd young pastor of St. Matthew condition. $20. PL 75255. Williams; brothers James and
Jerusalem. ave, died at home May 15. He is Church was taken suddenly Frank Williams, a host of friends
survived by a daughter, Mrs. attack last week in NEW AND USED TV's, refrig- and relatives.
heart
May the choirs of angels receive' Rcvena with a .. "" ...._... .f ..1UI,, -.8 ...,,".,,...Ze... e......t
her and Washington of BridgeportConn. church at Jacksonville wnere ne >; ---. "' uy"" WYa >;& ""' ''UII
May she have everlasting rest- ., a son, James. Funeral arrangements was attending a convention. The! down payments. If you have never '1 'r' -- TS

Amen.. are incomplete.. doctors said that was the most: had credit in town we iwlll
Mrs. Louise Johnson, sister i .I serious case they had ever still sell to you. Call for Ralph
-Mrs' Thelma J. McDonald Wilson Starks of 1036 NW 3rd known to survive. Ma 1clln.
niece, ave., died in Jadkson Hospital REG'S RCA APPLIANCES ', ., .
May 17. He 1 is survived by a i The Young People Social and PL 7-7767 t,
brother. Willie. Arrangements are Civic Club Will have its first
CARD OF THANKSI incomplete. dance this Friday night at the A. .;;

wish to thank the many L.! Lewis Elementary School. FOR RENT

friends, nurses, Dr. Dazell Simpson Range . Great things have been plannedOn MODERN 2-bedroom apt., stove,
Mrs. Lillian
Mazcn, Father
Theodore R. Gibson members of Mrs. Sylvia Pyfrom Jackson of this Sunday morning, from refrigerator and water, quiet
be able Inquire 844 NW 70th St., apt 5.Indf.
:30-7:00 WSDB you'll
: : on
' the different churches that visit- 6120 NW 20th ave., apt. 2, diedat tfrICI
ed Jiusband Mt. to hear a panel discussion by
my Sinai Hospital on May 16.
students .from A. L. Lewis and
AZARIAH SAWYER She is survived by her parents'
High, with officers Good- HOUSE for rent with electricity.
during his long illness and his Charles C. and Marie Mays
,Nealy Py- win and Wright, on "Law And $11 per week Caretaker Milton,
death. He departed this life May from, two daughters a grandmother Order." 2206 NW 61st at.
1 at the Christian HC Pital. Mrs. Marie Taylor Jen-
The A. L. Lewis Elementary
I' also wish to mention Mrs. erett two sisters and three School, where N, L. Adams is FURNISHED ROOMS 2173 NW
Mary Stirrup, who is like a jrcthers. She will lie in repose at principal, is cooperating with 5th place. M30
daughter to us; Dr. W. A. Patterson the chapel from noon Friday until A. C. George Homestead Sanitation
who was like our son and 5:30: pm. at which time she : 'SUpt., in' organizing a 1-BEDROOM APT., furnished at
brcther. May God bless each and will be taken to her home where I cleanup: campaign. Much improvements 1673 NW 5th place. One 6-room 1 i .+

everyone. h6 will lie in repose until funeral has been noticed.Mr. house unfurnished at 1488 NW -- -_........"'- -..- -
Gratefully yours, time on Saturday. Services Adams has organized the 73rd st. Phone FR 1-1173 or OX
:., Mrs. Rosa Sawyer, wife will be conducted on Saturday at Southwest section into eight 1-0484. George Dean, 1316 NW, 63rd
.. 1 pjn.; at the New Mt.. Moriah growl; each group has a captain. st., died last Friday morning at
I IN MEMORIAM I Baptist Church, with the Rev. A They are'really doing a swell Job; FURNISHED front room for rent. Jackson Memorial Hospital after
L. Shiipp officiating Burial will those who have devoted much Private home. Phone PL 76015alter an extended ,period of illness.
',. <"In,' sad but loving, memory.. of be in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. time are: Miss Laura Caldwell, 5 pjn. or PL 8-0792 any Prier to the- Liberty City residence
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'A cur,beloved one; : Miss Ernestine Jackson, Miss ime Mr. Dean' lived on 12th st.
GERALD MINGO Theresa and Juanita Bethel of Rosetta Scott, Mrs Anna Vines and 4th court for a number of
who departed this life at Key 1384 NW 71stst., victims of a fire Mrs. Chandler Childs Mrs. Victoria FURNISHED modern room 1986 years. He came' to Miami from
West May 21, 1958.,, which occurred on May 19 will Owens and Mrs. G. W. NW 57th St., phone NE 3-6203 the Bahamas 40 yearn ,ago. A
His soul has gone to God be funeralized on Saturday May Johnson. after 6 pm. or FR 94922. Funeral services are scheduledfor
The earth has claimed Its own, 30 at a time and place to be an- Saturday 2 pm. at Temple
And now he's shouting around. ncunced. They are survived by NEW 2-toedroom apartment. Tiled Baptist Church. The body will
the thrcne, their parents,' Brenville Bethel $2.00 $2.00 I kitchen and bath. $27.50 per lie in rcpc c Friday from 9 p.tn.
While a.left to 1030 NW 55th et. until funeral time
Pale week. Saturday.
mourn. and Wilhelmina. Crate Wield. on
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some day we'll meet again, inirouuciory uuer, Surviving are his wife Cath-
Our loved ones gone before; FURNISHED front >. room with tripe; 5 sons, Aired.*SaliIler-.
Some day well reach that h i y Hair Wanted! EASY METHOD private television. Phone PLaza tram, George Jr., and Tames;
land Gray REDUCING CLUB 7-6015, after 5 pm. daughters Mrs Annie' M. "Ham .
Where parting is no mere. Man or Woman ilton Mrs. Louise White and Miss J
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/ Mrs. Venora Mlngo wife NOW YOU CAN LOOK Coupon worth $2.00 toward ROOM. Private entrance 1032A Marjorie Dean; one brother Oc- I
>, Mrs; Geraldine Laster course In Easy Method Reducing NW 69th at. Phone OX 11336. tavlus Dean; 20 grandchllfdrenand
';.:. daughter 20 YEARS YOUNGERwith May bo used sward one week's other relatives.

Mrs; Julia Mingo, stepmother edence'i'newest discovery treatment with no further obll HOUSE. bedroom, lights, water,
wMrs, Ernestine Welters sister Say goodbye to- GRAY HAIR with gallon. children. $30 weekly, $60 down.
Mrs. Vandelean Edwards new pomade dtoeovery. Apply $2.00 .Expires June 13 $2.00 1346 NW 59th;,St. NA 43092.
-, sister I Imply al you would your regular FOR RENT
\ halrdremlng., Impart natu- Check ad on another page
Earl Nealy brother IOUSE furnished. Call owner, ,
Alfred Saunders, brother ral.looking color, leave hair phone OX 14514. FURNISHEDEFFICIENCY
Mrs. Edna Kemp, aunt beautiful! loft and luetrous. APTS.

% ,,Mrs..Alizpah Adderly, aunt Won't rub off, wash out. Non NICELY FURNISHED weekly
L staining, non.geaay. Auntl..Oray FOR SALE room, $10 double; $8.50 single. 16.00 Per Week
Pomade conditions and groom Mae's Guest House, 2120 Wash-
hair. No other hair dreeeino need 0 Free Gas
ington St., Opa Locka. Phone
f;' $17 per Week ed. Send only $2.00 (tax include' Brand New 3-Bedroom MU 1-3019, Jun 0 O Free Electricity
.. ed) for full 1J4 ox. Results guar I O Free Water
Hardwood Floor Garage
I Modern: 2-bedroom apt., _nteed. Introductory: 'offer for ROOM In private home. Couple 0 Free Stove
limited time. ,No C.O.D.'s, .
please.AUNTIECRAY cr single. CaU FR 7-1241.
stove, refrigerator and POMADE 2017 N.W. 55th Ter. O Free Refrigerator

HOUSE. SIX ROOMS. Phone -PL
Newly decorated attractive
water, quiet. Inquire 844 HAIRTONE OF MIAMISuite 4-7019. ,
Open Sunday 3-5 ,p.m. furniture
NW 70th st, apt. 5, phone 8, 8H3 NE 2nd Ave.

NA 16953. indf Miami$ Fla.' CAPPER CONST. CORP. Opa LARGE Locka 2-BEDROOM Plenty space ATT., near In 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.CARDS .

_. June busline call NZ 4-0900 or OX

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,. " MEET INDETROIT reporter
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l. .: I Rev. Leroy Dell, pastor .

:':Jit : Sunday, May 24 the Woman's

....,. Dr. C. S. Williams, director of Society of Christian Service of
.r Transportation, the 11th Episcopal Kelly's Chapel will observe their
District: AME Church, announces sixth annual Woman's Day. .
Prominent /women of our community ,
CUcrfj
the following travel arrangements -
( to for the Quadrennial will speak during the
service of the day. Mrs. Genesta
me Meeting of the Women's Missionary .'
M. tweeting|\ president of the
Society .In Detroit, July 7-10: Dade County' PTA,Council, will .

Travel blanks have been sent give the message, "The American -
out to each of the conference ," /for the 11' am. Worsl p. .
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY branch presidents which must be In the 3:30 'pan. ,,service, Mrs. .
returned to the Director of Albertha Johnson: Caldwell,
I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Mrs. Esther Davison of Miami Transportation by June 15, with- speech instructor at Booker T. /
Shores will, speak at the Baha'i out fail, so as to enable us to secure -. Washington High School, /will _.
PAGE :14 SATURDAY, MAY 23 1959 Center, 137 NW llth ave., 7:45: through car service front speak on, "Woman's Place in To-
p.m. Sunday, May 24. Her subject Jacksonville to Detroit without day's World."
j will be "Positive Action. All chanfe. During the 7:30: p.m. worship, .
Church of Transfiguration MT. ZION A. M. E. Races and Faiths are cordially We leave Jacksonville- Satur- Mrs. Florida Mae Murray, super- V
!nvited.. day night, July 4 so as to arrive visor for Florida,, State Public
r (Episcopal) 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. In Detroit, Monday morning, Welfare, will share with us .
2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. Opa Locka MT. HERMON A. M. E. July 6. truthS about Women of yester- '
Vent John E. Culmer Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor day, Today and Tomorrow. .

priest In charge Sunday School................ ?::30 a.m. Rev. Salhuel Gay, pastor MT. SINAI BAPTIST !Mrs. Lula Mae. Jefferson, V
Stanley Sweeting reporter Morning worship ............ 11 am Opa Locka x WSCS: president, and all officers
Services every Sunday league .........................<...... 5 pm Publicity CommitteeAll Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor and members are working diligently -
'r' Morning worship .................... 9:30: Evening worship ................_ 7 pm. D. B., reporter to make this an impressive -
Sunday School..................... 10:30: of our services. on lastSunday Homecoming and Appreciation day both spiritually and fi-
were !beautiful and filled'with nancially.We .
Lay Reader William Jackson BETHANY BAPTIST the Holy spirit. Our pastor Day, seemed to have been will are inviting the communityto
3078 N.W. 45th St. ,out of his heart spent. Everyone appeared to be
carried out the Order of Morn- really preached attend and (worship with us on
Ing Prayer. Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor and soul to a lange and appreciative happy, gay and mirthful. Cooperation this occasion' and each Sunday

The Lay Reader's sermon for Sunday School........... 9:30: arm audience. The Sacramentof prevailed throughoutall during our regular services.
Whitesunday (May 17)) "Life in Morning Service ............ 11 un Baptism was administered to activities, and that of course
The Holy Spirit," was written by BTU ....r..r.................. 5:30: pjn three babies and four adults. caused a smooth moving' organism ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU
Rt. Rev. Ernest S. Reed, bishopof Evening Service ............ 7:30: p.m The Rev. A. Smith, a constant of the whole.
Ottawa, Church of Canada. Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m, visitor of our church, assisted the We had a good Sunday School. ................................ 5:30: pm ,,:
The sermon. 'was issued pastor> in the services. Rev. T. Many (were present, full of ex Evening Worship ............. 7:30: p.m '
by the General Division ofLaymen's MT. TABOR BAPTIST Henderson also assisted.On pectations. The activities carried I Visitors always welcome :M'.V,
on in the school, were many as Sunday School........... 9:30: ton ..sv
Church and Work read of the Senior Episcopal Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter Sunday coming, May 24 we usual and interesting. Morning Worship ........ 11:00 a.m .f1' *
by
Reader. James E. Lucas. Lay NOTE: Visitors are always wel will have as our special guest The morning service was also I 323 N.W. 14th St. V- V"V
4 During the Order of come. the Alpha Delta Chapter of the very good, and !well attended.In Rev. J. L. J Johnson pastor V
'" Morning Order of Service the Sunday Servicessom
National Sorority of Phi Delta fact auditorium was
Frayer, Psalms 121 was read. Sunday School ........................ 9:30: Kappa who is celebrating this crowded. A visiting minister delivered ; J
Text: "And they /were all filled
Morning worship 11:00: the He Interesting :
with week its founders day. To all of message. was -
2:4 RSV the.Holy Spirit" Acts BTU ........................................ 5:30: these services the public' Is in- and inspiring; spiritual I which springs from the human .
: ( ) Evening worship .................... 7:30. vited. yet lull of instructive Informa Soul, and the (heart of man I
Sunday School, which Is pro- Let us not forget class meeting tion. I believe all who were knoweth none more fragrant."

gressing rapidly, began at the appointed CORINTH BAPTIST each Tuesday night at 7:30: and r present enjoyed the services.At -
hour with Misses Blanche we must make It a must to visit I I ,
1450 N.W. 59th St. the close of morning wor-
Saunders and and Laverne Fowler, Rev. W. T. Thomas pastor the sick. ship, we 'were asked to cane immediately Beautiful HomeOn
Lionel
Allen in charge of Phone NE 5.1518 to the basement 'where
classes.; As always the lesson Large Lot
I
Services
every Sunday Ts a sumptuous dinner /was served I II
was the inspiring. Immediately after Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m. to more than 500, sitting of Your lot can be a paymenton I
Sunday School hour refresh- Morning Service ........?.. 11 a.m. course in intervals. Who /were .
ments were served the children Evening Service ........ 7:30: p.m. '' the planners? Why Mrs. L. E. this 3-bedroom new 2-
by the Division
of Women, Mrs. :Thomas, chairman, and DeaconJ. baths

Mabel Rogers' representative. ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. D. Allen, co-chairman. Many 1'581 N.W. 56th St. ..
members served various
on committees -
Transfiguration candidates
pre- E. D. Richardson, pastor serving like clock Open 3-5
pared for the work. p.m.
approaching: confirmation Minnie T. \
class at St. Agnes are Copeland, reporter Mrs. ''Mary 'Nesbit, was the cater-
1st for the affair."Gratitude Baron JE 8-1340
Misses Marsha Taylor and Sharon Sunday School was opened at
Fennell, Mir and Mrs. Arthur 9:30: by the assistant superintendent is the fairest blos- -6
Wilson, Cecil and Charles Tay- singing "Near The Cross..
lor Jr. The lesson was reviewed by the
pastor.. .
TRINITY WESLEYAN The morning services were Get out of the rut!. Come and see '

Rev George E. Johnson, pastor most Jn iring. Devotion was led
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter by Deacon McMinns and Deacon 4'
,
Sunday School................... B ajn Morgan Our pastor brought us .t Bishop HunterWHO
Morning worship ...........,........ llOC: the message, "Seek The Lord."
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m Isaiah 55:6.: Choir No. 1 furnished I\\
music! and the usher board
TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince No. 1 served 7 IS WELL

H. Mobley At 3 pjn. the Brownsvillechoir KNOWN AS
pastor
Sister C. McKinney, reporter union held Its meeting. It ... ..s .
was enjoyed, by all. Mrs. Maggie Green \twill be the PROF. HUNTER
4 "Solomon's Reign" was the The evening service the Rev.
main speaker' at the First Wo- ,.
)a topic of the School of Wisdom on C. 'G. Robinson brought' us the men's Day celebration at Jordan For the 33
Sunday past. The lesson was very sermon, Exodus 14:14.: Choir No. Grove Missionary Baptist Church past years
Interesting and the classes discussion 2 and usher board No. 2 served. 5946 NW 12th ave. on Sunday, '
'was most wonderful. On May 27, Wednesday night May 24. Theme of her message If you are sick and .
There were many visitors to wor- the No. 1 ushers will have a will be, "A group of. women worried or in trouble' '
ship with ' group of singers visiting
us on Sunday morn- us whose hearts were touched, be-
. Ing. Please come out and help us enjoy I cause they talked with God." this is the place to t
On Sunday evening our pastor them. come. Don't stay in the V s,
.. and members Visitors are always /welcome.
;: ; were host to thePastor's
NEW BETHEL BAPTISTRev. '
Aid Union. There was rut./Push back the veil {

a wonderful program rendered. BETHEL BAPTIST Ernest Williams, pastor of the lack of understanding L rt4
After which the sermon 'was de- 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace
livered by Rev. H. C. Samuel. Richmond Heights Mrs. Hazel Levan, reporterWe and bad luck d

His text was, "I pray thee, let a Sis Rev.Nannette L. R. Ross, Pastor that seem to hold you
double Greer, reporter 'would like to thank thoseof
portion of thy spirit be '
in track and advance
on me," II King: 2:9.: The sermon I The Sunday School work 1 is you 'Who made our Women'sDay your
was most Inspiring and uplifting. progressing ndcely. Everyone program a success. forward by the

Prosperity from God, Psalm seems to be pleased with. its upward Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, the help of God.
128:1-5: ; Deuteronomy 28:3-5: was strides. speaker for our annual Women's
the subject of the Y. P. E..(Band. At 3 pm. ,Bethel Baptist and Day, held the audience spellbound !!- Your home and every day life can be made happy.He .
A very nice ,program was rendered and congregation and its many as she delivered the morn- will' show you to bypass your enemies and get the
by the youth. friends were extremely proud of ing message, "What Kind of
things that God put in the world for you. Let the
The night devotional service the opportunity to have the Rev. Mind Should the Christian Woman -
of God fill soul mind and then
the
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was conducted by Bro. Williams McKlver and congregation of St. Have? We are very gratefulto peace your body
and the expression) : was open by Mark Baptist Church. Rev. Me- Sister Geraldine Williams tor power that is in you will be awaken and you will be
Bro. J. Smith. One of our distinguished Kiver was In very high: spirit her timely message during our in a higher state of mind and spirit.
,guests was Rev. Larry I and delivered a wonderful ser evening services.
Bryant, pastor of Bartow. He mon. Our church services will begin Listen to Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your'dial

II gave the message and it 'was most Sunday coming at 3 pjm. we at the regular hour this com every, Sunday at 6:45 a.m. You are invited
invigorating. and informative are anticipating another g r e' a t ing Sunday. to listen to the Radio Ministry of Bishop Hunter of
I The altar call day dn the field of .
was made, and Chrisianity. the
Spiritual Temple of Zion Church located at 5417
four persons 'were added to the We are celebrating our first an-
prayer roll. niversary. To all members, visi- Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. Donation twill
tors and friends. We sincerely J. B. SMITH be accepted for the continuation of this broadcast

ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. hope that you will take note 01 ELECTRICSERVICE
the hour, and come out and hear Prof. Hunter's office is open daily from 10 am.
4th Ave. and 16th Terr. the Rev. W. F. Tanner Sr. and to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to' 9 p.m. for readings and con

Phone MASSES FR 9-1424 his congregation of St. Mary Electrical Contractor sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof. is licensed

Daily .....................-..-......... Barn Missionary Please remember Baptist Church.Miss Jeanette by the State and County as a Header. ,
Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30 am Gay who Is very ill In Jackson HOUSEWIRING .
J Memorial Hospital in ;your pray- I "Don't cuss Call ualt One mile east of 7th Ave. on Highway 441 Old
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale. Remember -

James E. Culmer, pastor ers.Visitors are. always welcome. PHONE OX 1-3625 the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood,

? Eddie Edwards, clerk Night or Day Florida. .
Sunday School......-..,.... 9:30: am
Morning worship .... ........ 11OC .. V
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SALTER'S CHAPEL; BETHANY S. D. A. ST. MATTHEW AMEZ THE MIAMI TIMES--"The Peoples' Newspaper"

H. J, Benson, pastor I .
Rev.Ruth Twlggs, reporter 5001 N.W. 25th Ave. 1628 N.W. 5th Ave SATURDAY MAY 23 1959 PAGE IB
I Eldr C. B. Rock, pastor Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor > I ,

Sunday School began at the Did you know that Bethany is Sunday School............... 9:45: a.m. I
usual hour with Mrs. Agnes Da- worshiping:! at the ,Bethany Jun- Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m TEMPLE BAPTIST sang wonderfully. Then Rev.
vis In charge. 1 ior Academy each week? Their Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.nx Jackson a visiting minister
At 11 o'clock the message was congregation has outgrown the "Gorgeous! Splendid! Just preached the morning message,
delivered by the pastor with the church at 360 NW 14th Terr. EBENEZER METHODIST tops!" They were some of the "The God We Need And The
junior choir rendering music words heard in describing the God We Want."
Yes and did
know that this
you
Rev. Aaron Hall
At 7 pjm. after devotion, the church D. pastor new robes of Temple No. 1 choir Then at 3 pan we had a very
turned into the financial operates a welfare and Ernestine. Hambcick, re:>orte'' the No. 1
meeting was health society? The quarterly after the dedicatory service Sun- nice program given by
side, toeing the ending oi port this year of distributions rep to The purpose of prayer is not day morning. The Rev. Herbert choir for their anniversary, They
the ,building fund. The pastor, needy persons was 2,255 piecesof to change the Devine will, but Ferguson delivered a very impressive want to express their thanks to

officers and members want to clothing, cash given, $4 4.75, to adjust ourselves to it. sermon. all-choirs who took part in help- .
thank, all their friends and (well food baskets, 495; hourS of health Sundayis Youth Day at The contest, sponsored by the ing make the program a big sue-

wishers ifor helping them to and (welfare service, 755; needy >enezer. You are invited to BTU, between Miss Corsetta cess.The
make this effort a great success. persons helped, 579. came out and enjoy a day 'of Bain and Miss Claudia Hepburn devotional service was
Special thanks to these pastorsand fThis fwas Just a small report. fellowship iwith out young people. terminated in a fine program at : conducted 'by Deacon Belln. The
their congregations: Rev. Our next will be better. Let's all Join in the fun _and 4 p.m. With their parents and music was furnished by the No.
Jones, Richmond Heights, ; Rev. This great health and welfare Journey on) the straw ride to friends, the contestants did a 1 choJr. Then 'our pastor came
S L. Gay, Mt. Mermon; Rev. program goes under the Home Richmond Heights to a Night in good job. Miss Hepburn won first and delivered another great message -
Blocker, Allen Chapel; Rev. Missionary Dept. with Fred Davis Nassau sponsored by the senior prize and Miss Bain second. for the day.
Brown First Baptist; Rev. Russell Mrs. Julia Jones and Mrs. usher board No. 2. The time is Special mention is made of Mr. Visitors are always welcome to
Hallendale; .Rev. Rdchardson Amanda Simons, leaders as lead- Monday night, May 25. 'Buses and Mrs. Oscar Lawrence and come and worship with us at any .
Antioch, Baptist; Rev. J. H. ers of this group will leave from Ebenezer Church' their committee who did much time.
Wilson, Community Center. The Welfare Society is spon- corner of' 11th st. and 3rd ave. with a dinner sale to bring ufj

Amount raised: $2,529.62.You . soring a health and weLfare extravaganza at 8 o'clock. Round trip tare is the rear. Antioch Baptist .
are always welcome. Saturday night, May only 75 cents. The celebration of the 27th an-
Women Raise
30 at the Academy. You and your niversary of the church and pastor -
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME friends are invited.'There will be The following officers have is in progress this week, and $2,546Unity
fun for all. been elected for our annual Wo has been well( attended. It will
Richmond HeightsRev. man's Day. Mrs. Christine M close on Tuesday night with the is strength.
Albert Jones, pastor Carter, chairman; Mrs. Emma Rev. E. A. Ouhner and St. Mary's On Sunday last the women of
MT. ZION TO Caldwell co-chairman; Mrs. W. M. Church in charge. The pub- Antioch celebrated their seventh
Service' on Sunday' last |were HEAR CLIFFORD Louise Strachan, secretary; Mrs. lic is invited. annual Woman's Day. Our chair-
as usual. Albertha Carey, treasurer. The Rose Garden Social and man, Mrs. Gallic M. Foster is to
Do not forget the class leaders MATTHEWS SR. Some of our captains have begun Savings Club, Rev. H. Ferguson, be commended for a Job /well
rally. See ,your class leader if he to make a very good show- president, will celebrate its an- done. Thanks to our members
or she has not seen you' Each ing. niversary with a 'program at and many friends who came and

member is asked to pay $1.00 on ,Temple, Sunday, 3 pan The pub went in the rain ,to help make
the second Sunday in June, which Class leaders will have charge lic is invited. this day one) 'of our best.

will terminate the rally. of class meeting on Tuesday night. The Missionary]; Society, .Mrs. At the morning service the
On next Sunday, Rev. S. A. SO Our sick and shut-ins are: Florence Hepburn, president, pastor spoke from our theme
Cousin, his choir and, congregation Sisters Creola Parker, Jackson will sponsor a tea at the homeof "Women's Place in This Gospel
Memorial Hospital; Frances Turner "
will render services for us Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gibson, Age.
at 3:30: o'clock.During 2465 NW 159th st.; Rose I 1938 NW 5th 4- The afternoon was highlighted
place Sunday at
Williams 325 NW 11th ,
Mobley
,
the summer; church 6 with a Tom-Thumb Wedding
services will begin at 7:30 p.m. St.; Francis Hyler, 314A NW 14th ip.m.MT. which (was enjoyed by all.
Remember the sick and the shutIns st.; .Florence, 3352 NW 53rd st.; The evening service >was high
in your prayers. Amy Carswell, 15955: E. Buncho CALVARY BAPTIS1'Phyllls spiritually with the support of

i Park Drive. Myers, reporter our No.1 and No. 2 choirs com-
bined. Usher (Boards Nos. 1 and
FIRST UNITARIAN Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor
NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. 2 'Served Finance report was
The newly-elected officers and '+He that hath my word, let him $2,546.59. You are always wel-
James E. Drown pastor
directors of the First Unitarian 4 Bro Vandell Bovan, reporter speak my 'word (faithfully.: come. to worship with us. ,
Church, located on Dixie High- We began our) day with the 1..,. !, - - ---- ----
way at SW 29th Road, will be Sunday is expected to be another Sunday School 'which began at
formally install d"-at the 11 a.m. *great day in the field of the usual hour wlth Deacon G. HARLEM SQUARE

service' on Sunday, May 24. The Christianity. Sunday School be- Mann, supervisor in, charge. The SWEET SHOPA
Rev. Glenn O. Canfield will gins at 9:30: followed by our reg- classes were largely attended.
speak on the subject, "Continual ular services. At 3 pm two of The lesson was reviewed by FULL LINE OP QROOBRIIt
Reformation 'Needed"GREATER local ministers twill be officially Rev. Stephens
ordained They are Revs. Wilbur The devotional service was COLD CUTS COSMETICS

NEW BETHEL _mn Bouyer and Quillan Davis. I am conducted' by Deacon Smith. The 208 N.W 10th Street
Mt. Zion AME Church, 0 p a quite sure that we are all aware music for the morning was fur-
Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Locka, of which the Rev. Jen- of the ifact that these two min- nished by the No. 2 choir, who 1

At Mrs.Sunday R. Conley, clerk kins is ,pastor, is all set to hear isters have been doing a /wonderful -
morning's worship
I job not 'only in our
the Clifford R. Matthews Sr., Sunday ,
'pastor spoke on the, "Sin
Will Tell May 24 at 8 pan church /but throughout the city.
On You..
It is expected that the church Our ,pastor' is extending an open
The evening message was delivered will be filled to capacity to hear invitation to the entire member- 2&3
by our cfjvn associate one of Florida's most dynamic ship and visiting friends throughout / -
minister
Rev. J. Smith /'whopoke
'orators !who is known in many the city to come and witness
on "A Disobedient Child"Anniversary
sections of the United States. these ordinations I
services for the

No 1 Deaconess Board will be The speaker is listed in Who' We also remind you that on the I
observed Tuesday night, May 26 Who in American Universitiesand following Sunday at 3 p.m. BEDROOM HOUSES
at 8 o'clock. Colleges; chairman of the special installation services fwill
The male chorus 'plans a tea department of social studies at be held for the nine newly ordained

for Sunday, May 24 at 4 pan, North 'Dade High School; organ- deacons. They will bo
at the home of Bro. C. L, Chllds, izer and first president oj the given their duties in the church
1701 ,NW 154th st. Both sponsors Miami Fisk< Club; a member and Rev. W. C. Edcar of Mt. Moriah FOR SALE
extend a sincere welcome to the Sunday School /Teacher of ,the Baptist Church will deliver the
public to attend their program.CONGREGATIONAL I newly formed Miami Congregational ordination message. .

I Church, and a graduate of
Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn. MT. ZION BAPTISTPublic

Rev. Charles Wilks, pastorA. Mr. Williams assures all that Relation Officer Richmond HeightsNear
E. McNeal, reporter you are in for a real treat, both Luvenla Knox
during the morning and evening

Rev. and Mrs. Charles Weeksare services. "I Am a Citizen" and "Thy School and Shopping Center
leaving at the end 'of next Works Shall Follow Them" were
week for their summer home in ST. JAMES A*M.E. two well Chosen subjects' for a

Wisconsin. We have enjoyed time when we( should be wide Veterans No Down PaymentLOW
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having .him as our pastor. Both Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor awake to our civic responsibilities .

of them have been assets to our Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter waiting for our vantage but COSTS
fellowship and have helped us to The usual order of service will in order to reap lull benefit 'of CLOSING

grow. We will be glad to have be followed on Sunday beginning -' these opjxtunitles we must show '
them with us again next winter with Sunday School at 9:30: some initiative. Are you a good .
even though our pastor, Dr. Mc- fillowed by the morning citizen? Then exercise your rightsas
ajn.
Dowell will be here. worship and the evening wor a citizen and long after you FHA Terms Available
Each Sunday until Mr. Mc- have 'passed off the face of the

Dowell arrives we will have ship.All attention and effort Is being earth this action will pay In
visiting !I;- akers on the 31st of directed to the llth Annual terms 'of rights and privileges
May. Attorney Henry Arrington Men's Day'celebration, which for those who are to come after. $300 Down

will be our guest speaker and will be held June 21. The men of Sunday afternoon in the BfTU
we are hoping to. have with us St. James have pledged themselves -, hour we were gladdened to seethe
en the first Sunday in June, Rev. to make this the greatestin response given to the presentation Plus Low Closing Costa
Robbin Ralph, 'our state superintendent the history of the church, of a "Tribute to Mother
Every Elizabeth Brown for over 50 years
their goal being $5,000. '
and of faithful service in the vine- Move in when qualified
member is asked to Jay $7 oro
The monthly meeting of the
yard of our Master. Expressions
Fellowship met at the home ot we are soliciting the cooperation
love for this fine women was
of
Mrs. Ann Lindsay. During the of the many friends at large of St.to James assistus evident in the fine program that Models for /
meeting the membership presented and the public was presented. Refreshmentswere Ready InspectionOPEN
in this effort. Many activities
Rev and Mrs. Weeks with
served and all expressed
tokens cf for their are now being held to assist in
appreciation SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
having had a most ('wonderfultime. ALL DAY
wonderful' guidance. Refresh- the rally and your patronage twill. .
ments were served. be greatly appreciated.
-
Services Sunday morning at 11 On May 3J, the Missionary society I The Lhdnz Doll Contest, an 6
o'clock sharp in the auditoriumof ol: the church will hare annual affair sponsored by the

the Seventh Day Adventist, charge of the services and all ladies BTU h afoot now. This organ- "
School N.W:5Oth. : St. and 25th: are kindly asked ,to wear ization is soliciting the support RICHMOND HEIGHTS Inc.
avenue. white on this Sunday. of the church in helping to make J ,
You' (will always find an atmosphere this effort a success. The contest
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Christian Education is 'offered as
a private studio
well as a place of wholesome
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k THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Camp-Time at' JESCA cheerful ,conditions. .' THANKSEditor
For further Information and

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 23,1959 Now is the time that many 'I during the pre-registration; per- The Miami Times:

.}t y ,," parents are making, decisions iod you nay call the office of The pastor, officers and members -
:. about their' children's 'Summer I the James\ E. Scott CommunityAssocia.tlon of Shiloh Baptist Church I

/< : Lord Flea's Benefit Expression of Thanks Activities. These decisions, the PL 8-4791 or visit us Homestead, wish to thank you
1 parents hope wjll be ,helrful to !at 1133 NW 66th st. for the publicity given their installation -,
!
Successful \ .. This Is a belated thank you the child. If you are among the program in your valuable -
I message to ,the (president, Circlesof many parents who are (planningto 'paper,
1, That special benefit show .held the WSCS, officers and cambers send your child to a Day Miami Fisk Club
. Tuesday night at Cafe Society and the Wesleyan Service Camp for th. summer, it will be The program, which closed on
t 4 for the late Lord Flea was a tuc- Guild of Ebenezer M Chihxh. the pleasure of the -Jiaimes E. May 10, /twas quite a success, as \
I Cess. Sponsored iby Jimmy "Salt Scott Community Association to Postpones Tea we raised $400. We also wish to \...,1,
1' Pork" Reeves, the show attracted This comes \o give each one of accept them.Beginning. thank: all the pastors and their .'".
". a large number of entertainers you a igreat big thank you forhonoring The officers;< ,and members oi congregations which gave their !
) June 8, JESCA will
'
that me on day as the the pewly..tonned Miami Fisk,
and guests and !was one my cooperation.
all first president of the WSCS. conduct it's summer camp at the Club ,wish, to announce that the '
.
lPol will be long remembered by James "E. Scott Homes. Auditorium Mrs. Mattie Chaney, clerk
tea set for the fourth Sunday,
Proceeds from Rev Wm. McWesley, pastorASTHMATICS t
who were 'present.
7200
The shower consisted NW 22nd avefor an
the benefit went to the family of of a gold May 24, has .been !postponed until -
president's pin and a memory eight-week period. Sunday, June 14, 4-6 pjn.
I, I Lord Flea.Among book with, cards of members and Some of the activities that are The place will be announced
r entertainers who appeared friends. planned tor the enjoyment of all
I. included later bot.in the Miami Times
the show
during who attend
are arts and crafts,
C. Regina, the shake dancer, Bill May each of you live ,a longtime indcor and outdoor games, educational and sure'iby to Ed listen Cook for over this WMBM.announcement Be- Want simple, effective r e'-1 t e f
Robinson and the Quails, Anett and be as happy as you field
trips, swimming, from choking, rucking broil
0'i for of the leading
city's -
some
McKnlgM, the Valtones, Hot made me.'God bless each of you informal dramatics, music ap. talentswill this chUU asthma spasm? Get genii
Papa Turner and his daughter with the choicest ,of blessings. preciation and many other activities appear on IneCjlreatheasy -, tee what you
Flossie, Charles MoAdams, who: Again, thanks to for program which ;promises to be
everyone designed
for boys and have been missing.. There's no
of the best this
one presented
served as guest master of cere- eyerything. girls ages 7 thru 13 years. Each substitute for original Breath
monies, Fish Raye and Slick iMrs. Esther A. !Norris. season, -
., chapter will receive one hot meal easy inhalant and nebulising sot
M< Ingraham, Alonzo and his Sa- daily with milk and plenty of Clifford 'R. Matthews is president Get comfort by breathing. Goar
i Su iMpso band, Yoga Cortez, BobbyGonzalez green vegetables Meals are I ,and 'Eterthenia White, secretary anteed.J .
Rufus Beacham and a served family style under clean ft J DRUG DEPT. STORE

'I,i number cl others. 'arvr..".."r.., .,._. .__ .u.uoO ___.Uu..u. _.__ ___'h.' u._ '.h h._ h u .._.u _.___.u__ _u- ._ 'u. __ __.__u_ ____ _
cainj: T.he show was terrific and was "J y q.;.e..r.w--YY..n*,. ., r 7r.. .,ryu.. .u.w',,w. vyjMfr"yy.'?y. g'?yTiiytfy.!... .'>a"";t.;. s.w..w. ..wK .., '.V' ..W.......
well received by the large crowd. ; '" =-or. :;: :;: :;: !=.U.t.S t! oS >!5tf5CM! X >Vr.rK! C. r!: . :;: ,, ati ; ; .


S yfi Th Much for this of credit a very great is fine due musician gesture Jimmy who Reeves in behalf is- LOVELYHOMES || Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From

Rt now deceased.

ofI 't VISIT OR CALL.. TODAY. . PL 7-1645 ,
Richmond Heights

A La ed Women's ClubThe .1 I1 t tJ !

Ci: tu
aS ReT Richmond Heights Women FOR SALE
Club had an installation break J
""pf fast Sunday morning, May 17, A1lt '
Members and their guests wit- In Northwest55th z, 3
wi nessed the impressive service
2:4: which was performed 'by Mrs. St. Area Ei
Christabel Demeritte. The incoming I
officers are Mrs. Byrd, 2
gnpo1 president; Mrs. Fisher, vice presi-
: dent; Mrs. Moore, second vice; l : r
I Ig
Sal Mrs. Stewart, recording( secretary; ,
an .' Mrs. Stevens, assistant recording ,0v g I I- x
cia secretary; Miss Henry, corre- mua t tti
wa sponding secretary; Mrs. Pratt, .
twml assistant corresponding secretary; t #j js
Mrs. Henry financial secretary,
..
by Mrs. Walker, treasurer; Mrs. : Mh y 14 t
Mi Taylor, chaplain Low Down Payments = :
The public is invited ,to attend' 'I
a Rlainbqw Fashion Tea which is Easy Monthly Terms t a., !
t ta1
pa the
next fashionable affair that
firMl the Women's Club sponsoring. O t iX-
Shall we look for ,you Sunday, AY Vt.
onWJ May 24 from 4 to 6 at the (Rich- Only 1 Mortgage
mond Heights Youth Center?

lot I Mrs. Lucille. Wheatley reporter, -. t. WHY PAY RENT ?


n I You Are Invited! Third Ave.Realty S
N

!Su f MiI. + Chat To a'n'community Sip" at "Enchanting the Range Gorgeous !II/ '- Custom Built Move Right 'lit !II!


patio May,24 5721 from)NW 4"to 17th 6 p.m.ave., Sunday Brand'new!! 3-bedroom, 2 full bath rooms CBS. Hardwood floors!

'VI other Miss talented Rebecca artists Johnson will and Liberty City' special! If ;you are a (teacher andentertain./ you need a

pear. ap- large, spacious living room. This is IUI! Separate large dining area (j--'

"Mayor" (Charles Hadley (twill 742 NW 3rd Ave. lovely kitchen .and .breakfast bar -closed enormous garage. 70x90 lot.

be guest of honor, and Garth C. Tub and shower enclosures, both bathrooms, large extra:''closets. Open'

. SU Cal Reeves(Benefit your Sigma MC. Gamma Rho FR 4-3297 this Sunday. See Ben,, 6633 WW! 24th Ave. ", I' .' .

A .. inj Sorority,
AND
cw'E 6 Left 3 or 4 Bedrooms New Brand new Store Building
JESCA Day Center '
NE 4-0394 Downtown. See'357 N.W. 22nd ,Lane.
Only I $495 Down
.. Graduation ',exercises >for Cen- Only $99S DownHas ..
( i ter 1 and 2 will be held
.t- Friday
rya! ',. z4 t', ark evening,. 'May 22, 7:30: p.m. at S. Hutcheson, Jr. Move right in: North Miami Beach. separate, room and- bath 'fk
Pa James E. Scott Homes auditorium City water, paved streets, close to 'u.
al I j.' 7200 NW 22nd ave. You are cordially Registered 163rd St. shopping center. Quiet liv .
I. M invited to attend.' Real Estate Broker ing. Best buys ,today. Only ((1)) )payRooming HouseDOWNTOWN
1WHi Attention: The Day 'Care Centers -
ment each month. See Jerry at 1600

ji month will of remain July. open through the 1510 N.E. 151st Terr. 15 bedrooms, 2 kitchens and 2 dining

dcwa areas. Beauty parlor, also brings rental
income. Terrific. Owner 111. Forced

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waJ
2 I left New 2-bedroom CBS
J sell.
to
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thA 12'- TV SICK ? Only $495 Down' N

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del $20 week pays all. Carporte, breeze- Duplex
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 to 9 I
1 a.m. p.m. L way. Beauty, city water. ,See Jerry at See ,,1402 (N.W. 56th Street

waani SAME DAY: SERVICE 1500 N.E. 151st Terr. Only one ,-7Clean, 1 apartment downstairs, 1 up-

Bn hII ment each month. Good! stairs. City water. Good location. EZ *
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
-
terms. $995 down.
tin T .

1 Br, New 3-bedrooms 2 baths j
.S ga Picture Tube Special
inv i Opa Locka i
See 5720 N.W. 21st Ave CBS Beauty
Th .
.
l fou 17.inch-$22.95- 21-.inch-$29.95 Only $995 Down

4 prs A- Open this Sunday 1-5 p.m. Meet Mrs. For this gorgeous 3-bedroom, brand

SERVICE CALLS .... .......* Tracy. Large ,14x32 open porch, cornew CBS home, with built-in beautiful
I. -Day or Night .. .... $2.50 ner, new stove and refrigerator woven and range. All rear Florida

1 Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges EIh clud d. EZ terms, np.qualifying. Any room.See Mr. Bliss this Sunday. 1780 x
one can buy! N.W. 152nd St.
; Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph .
DaSUI Records All late hits. Special-3 for 1.00


G : Vets Radio & TV Co. FAIR REALTY


I We are open every day 9 to 9 p.m. including Sundays

"' Sui Mo 939 N.W. 3rd Ave. .. ,r] 201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL 7.1645

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