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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: May 30, 1959
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36TH YEAR, NO. 40 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES ',, :

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Doctor, Mortician JailedIn Williams AndAlexander Mississippi Lynching* :



Swindle"DEAD" Top Solved FBI Gives i Bit y i

Insurance Students AtNorfhwestern ; ,. ,


WOMAN check may have been forged. High GOV. AWAITS V \
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Seymour signed a death certificate 9P 'it
FOUND ALIVE for the woman who /was MR
his former nurse, in November. Maintaining a 3.92 average GRAND JURYWAS5HING'P01N ''
Getting something for nothing While looking for the Conner throughout her high school career WARD IS BURIED ::
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in anothercase Evalina Williams has been Government
witness
is an old temptation that some woman as -- i i1y
tpet;le don't seem to be able to recently Broward police named valedictorian of the class sources said Wednesday the FBI i
resist regardless Sunday night a 36-year- was reported dead' by some, and High School. lynching and named the participants
old white insurance agent was alive by others. in evidence turned over' I w
arrested for investigation by Evalina was spelling be champIon to Mississippi Gov. J. P. Coleman.
\ at Northwestern this year,
Gov. Coleman has made no
Metro police for scheming' to collect -
a $2,000 death (benefit in insurance and last year won second place in announcement so far but it Is expected -
Broward' the school science fair. that he will have the t
on a
County
She Is vice president of the
Negro woman IWho is very much guilty parties indicted when the 1'S
alive., Pearl River county grand Jury J
meets in November.
Tony Gomez of 3431 NW 94th
ra
Terrace, was arrested and According to, this report, the
f' 3 list was accompanied by proofof
charged with obtaining money j
1fA i the identities of the masked . "
under falre pretenses, and held .,
in Dade County jail for. Broward men who went into the PearlCounty "
officials under $5,000 bond. jail at Poplarville, Miss,
Ii in the early morning of April 25 F-
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Arrested in Fort Lauderdale and dragged' the screaming 23- ;1
t /where the swindle was discovered S year-old Negro feet first to their i iI
t N last Saturday' were Charlie waiting cars.*
Mae Conner, 39, the "dead" 'woman Parker, who was on the eve of
; Dr. Rafford Seymour, 36, trial on -a charge of raping a v
chiropractor who signed the pregnant white woman, was
death, and W. H. Thompson, undertaker found dead on the Mississippi I
who had charge of the side of the Pearl River May 4. .. . .
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"funeral." He had been shot twice. I ,
.Wednesday's Chicago Tribune Mrs. Victoria I. Ward ci) 255 I''
The Independent Life Insur- reported an FBI solution of the NW 9th St., passed to her reward
ance Co.. of Jacksonville, which I ,,' I case quoting "informed sources I May 22'at Jackson Memorial 1
formerly employed Gomez was on Capitol Hill" The newspaper She was burled Wednesday )
w to be-/the victim of this alleged said approximately 10 men were I morning from St. Peter's I
swindle, police said. The beneficiary Lovely.. Christine Turner: has named in the list turned over to American Catholic Church.
l in th.* policy taken out been chosen to reign ,as pals Coleman. She was a Pioneer tMlamian j'I 'I I,
for the woman by Seymour was Betbune-Cockman for the coming The FBI withdrew from the having lived here for more than. .,
,. his sister Iva Gilbert of Miami. school year. She Is a Junior.tudYInC..elernentaT1 ,
case because Its Investigation I :50 years. She was the mother of
education at
However Deputy Montle Smith showed no federal law violation. H (continued on page 13)) "
believes that she may be inno- the Daytona Beach school. She is EVALINA WILLIAMS
the daughter'of Rev and Mrs. O. I
cent and the signature on the -- -- --- "
R E. Turner of 7168..NW 16th aveiI6YFAROID : Valedictorian' '

Hospitality Club, parliamentarian Attack Suspect In Rape'1
I. pf the Student Council, and treasurer \
GETS CUM FOR RAPE of the Girl Advlse 'l. Eva- Case Claims Insanity';

JOr.l' '1 lina was among the debutantes ," .
MARIANA A jury found a death sentence.The of 1959. r rSEGREGATION 11 1
Negro, Jimmy Lee trial was held in this CLAIMS'' MIND' OF '
Sharing top honors with 3.90
north Florida town 65 miles from
I. guilty Wednesday of rap- Tallahassee where four white average is Lizzie Alexander, who
( an elderly white woman. The I youth 'face kidnap and rap has been named altrtatorian. 9-YEAR-OLD

!.dict carries an automatic charges involving a Negro coed. Among the honors that have BILL KILLED i1 f
Tallahassee The attorney for
Ii' come,, to Lizzie are: 2nd prize In
the sd ool's Elks Oratorical! Contest Wlllon T. Colllnsworth, one of TALLAHASSEE The Senate
In 1957; 3rd prize In the four white youths, charged with Wednesday killed a. drastic proposal -
Advertising Essay Contest; of. raping a Negro coed here, told which would have directed '
fered'an early entrance scholarship the court today that Colllnsworth the governor to enforce segrega-
e to Fisk University and school is Insane. tion In the schools or be threat
'% S in 1958. ened with Impeachment.This .
spelling champion
Attorney Gunter S. Toney was the second move by
1 ewt This year Lizzie was Exchange filed with circuit court the reportof the Senate recently to bury or y
r Student to Mays High School; a Pensacola psychiatrist who sidetrack controversial racial '
examined Collinsworth recentlyand legislation.

said he .is Insane. Earlier, it sent back to a'> com-
.ii mittee a measure which would
asked the court's
Toney ner- have abolished the free public
mlstlon to rely in the June 10
school system the day White and
trial on a defense of not guiltyby
Negro children were taught in the
reason of insanity. same school.

lie has to get the court's per. The vote by the Senate Wed.
mission because notice of such a' nesday to kill the Impeachment' .
defense as a rule 1* required .to bill wail 29 to 8. I
be made at the time of arraign,I The. House' had"alrHdy I passed
errant the bill.DAVIS.

Toney said he could not do it
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did not have the psychiatrist's '
I report at that time.Collingswcrth MAJ. GENERALWashington (

t and three companions -
were Indicted for the President Eisenhower
mass rape of a 19-year-old Fla. Friday nominated Air
A and M University coed. All Force Brig. Gen., Benjamin 0.
four pleadt'd' Innocent Davis Jr. to be a major general
life would be the first Negro ever
Circuit Judge W. May Walker to hold such rank in any branch,
i msved the trial from: May 27 to of the U. S. armed forces.
June 10 at the request of Toney
who claimed hU client' could not Davis was among 26 brigadier
} LIZZIE ALEXANDER get a fair trial on the earlier general whose names were *sent
Salutatorlan date because of public excitemtnt. to the Senatr by the "President i
r Dr. W,M. Wil oft said Collin s- .
S. r won seccnd prl4lln the "1' Speak worth had the mental level of a for promotion. I ;
For Northwestern" contest; second moron with amental age of nine
t prize In the school's typing year

tt contest: was elected as "Miss ....... .... ..... .....
t .. ___eb_ rri'! ,_ Inter-club Council" by the Y- I
r r ---- A tol
Teen off1cmwas nominated for Do Yourself. A Big Favor I
', BENNETT GRADUATES-Uft to Back rwf' Ruby Young, Tup a Silver Knight Award In the Teens; recording secretary of the
,", ** front : Mines Veronica lo Miss Marlon Grant and Honor Society; president of El REGISTER TO VOTE
right row 4 Macon, category of literature Journalism Circulo de Ee&anol chalain of
;
Dean Miami. Flay Cemettle'Caratarphen 'Ann' and was' a debutante of '
l Gay Lady Shivers. Aberdeen, ; Girl
FTA of
; parliamentarian
Oak Hill, A la 4 Madcrla 1959. 11G W. FUffler Street
MlM. and Theorla Houston MI.( Advisors parliamentarian ofX.'Teen
apd
Hill Ala.
, Snow ., ends
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twilight time on .Friday, ty as a doll was boys
May 8, little Myrna Faye Copeland a pink and ,white gown For- "The Children's March FREE-24 hour inspectionNo
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. mer years queens and princesses A trip to Nassau was won by
James C. Copeland, and Rudolph ,wore lovely gowns in rainbow A Duncan cf Coconut Grove. Cost to You
Others in the coronationwere This May Day ,activity culmi-
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Boston, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dade-Broward Mortgages .
attired in white. nated the 13th May Day for
Boston, reigned as May King and Jackson's Toddle Inn. ANYTIME
Queen of Jackson's Toddle Inn. To the strains of "Aida" marched .
Final activities for the
the royal procession led by year Miami: FR 7-4812 Hollywood: WA 3.7071'
The coronation "was marked Queens Linda Sumner, Deborah are the last parents meeting on
with pomp and beauty 'as Prin- Everett, Princesses Cassandra Friday, May 29. Parents Party,
Saturday night, June 6, childrenand
cess Pamela Hutcheson, daughter White, Gala Brown, Theresa
of Mr and Mrs. Sumner Hutcheson Payne, Prince Michael Thomas. parents ,picnic Saturday,
June 13.Graduation.
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Queen Myrna Faye's gown wasa The Nursery class presented the Friday, June 12 at 8 pjm. AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
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gracefully ascended the throne costumed dances followed. their cooperation during this Many of our 6-months policies start as low as
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THE MIAMI TIMES' -'The Peoples' Newspaper" ,
I I Pinder 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL
I PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1959' 9-5284 NA 4-1811

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Troops No. 456, 479, 692 and 693 Lerosa Evans, Mary Etta Player,
held a "Buzz/ Session" on May Frances Lightsey and Anne Near Schools and' Shopping Center
'15 at 2375 NW'161st st. in Bunchy Jones. .. \ Y
Park for the (parents. Mrs. Lucille ,.,. . ------ - -
Wheatley, OUT district supervisorwas The Ixora District' had a "Play Veterans No Down Payment
the speaker for the evening.It Party" at Camp Choee Howleteein ,Calling all graduates and for- .y
Richmond Heights, Saturday, mer students of Dorsey Junior -
was a great success. After the LOW CLOSING COSTS
business was discussed a delic- May 23. Some 200 Girl Scouts High and Northwestern Senior
ious repast was served. participated along with Troop High School' The reunion of the 4
Seated, .left to, right: Mesdames leaders and parents. Some of the class cf 1949 will be held at J
Katherine Barnes, Fannie Philips, activities enjoyed by the Scouts Northwestern High School Audi-
Martha Adams and Inez Anderson. were group singing, hiking, games torium June 1 at 1 o'clock sharp. FHA Terms Available "s*?
and playing ball. Mr. Nelson Pinder will be
Many of you may wonder what the speaker. He is a graduate ofBethuneiCookman "
Gloria Nelson
Standing: Doro-
territory covers the Ixora Dis- College, holds i
thy Miller, Lucille
Wheatley, trict. It includes ddwntown Mi- his B.A. in Religion and Philo- $300 Down;
ami, Liberty City, Brownsville sophy.' He is a member of the
and Opa Locka areas. Church of the Incarnation. He
4 HERNIA CASES Neighborhood No. 3 had a very will be in charge of St. John the Plus Low Closing Cost
successful meeting ,on May 11. Baptist, Orlando;
AT MAGNOLIAA Their new chairman, Mw. Ada t
Lee presided. \ Saturday the ijroup will .have Move In when qualified ,}
sale at the home of Miss Fred-
Summer plans are being made a
rash of hernia hit the 0 a
Locka p to better inform the ,parents about ericka Barry. Please be on timeto
this
hospital area report more week.such Several assesthan the Girl district Scouting committee program.A meeting. the program. Uriels Rely Ftr 'fiKjMctfM
have been evident for quite
will be held' in June. The exact \ .
some time date to be announced. Join The NAACP OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

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One hundred and thirty gradu- ing tp an announcement from the//$,.
ates received degrees at the 55th Office of the Registrar. )V HAs ..
Commencement Exercises of Be- usual the Department' of .'' i
:. : thune-Cookman College Monday, Elementary Education will have.
: May 25 in Moore Gym, accordto the largest number of graduates, I
: with the physical education department -
second and the science

the pair. Among these, two department third.
9 beautifully engraved loving cups The divisions and the numbers
\iwere donated by their teacher, receiving degrees therefrom:
..tF Miss. Athmeana Coachman, and Bachelor of art degree in English
they will also be recognized by 7, bachelor of science degree in
J 1 :: : awards day at May 27. music 8, (bachelor of science In

Chester and Janet are repre- sLoeech and drama 3, bachelor of
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sentatives from their class for I science in commerce 10, bacheloof :
JANET KING Junior Red Cross and are very : science in physical education
active in all school activities. 27, bachelor of science in social
ill' 4tN Reigning/ over the May Day
Festival at Bunche Pank Elementary Chester Is the son of Mr. and science' 9, bachelor of art in phi- ,(
School as King and Mrs. Chester C. MoDanlels Sr., of losophy and religion 1, bachelorof
Queen were Chester C. McDan- 15930 NW 26th ave: Mrs. Mc- science in science 18, bachelorof
Daniels Is teacher of the special science in elementary education -
. iels Jr., and Janet L. King.
iI Your Majesty and Royal High- education class at Bunche Park. 47.
ness will reign until May, 1960. Janet is the. daughter of Mr. and
< k v By overwhelming majority of Mrs. E. K. King, of 16031 NW

votes cast by the boys and girls 17th court. TMTMCIE t
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they received this coveted honor. The May Day activities were $5
Many expressions and congratulations highly successful and enjoyable.Mrs. Wk&;
,
Sigma' Rho Sorority entertained Shqttn in picture are Sorors have been extendedflY1P Fannie Crosby and 'Mr, e
its grand basileus, Miss Edna Eunice Liberty, Bennings, Rob- Harold ,Mitchell sponsored the
Douglas of Little Rock, Ark., son, Douglas, Allene Taylor. May Day activities. ,
and its regional national board Mrs. Sylvia. S. Lambert Is principal I-

member, who is also Boule thair- FLA. BAPTISTS .
(man, ?Mrs. Alta Bennings, txf
Birmingham, Ala., who were in SUPPORT NAACPANNIVERSARY
Miami for brief business meetings.
These meetings, were held at the "

Sir John Hotel, May 8-10 to G STAR MEAT MARKET '
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launch plans for Sigma's 26th Tallahassee Each church in
National Boule which will be I the General Baptist Convention
held in Miami from December 27 of Florida, Inc., is being 'asQced to
to 31, 1959. Miss Edna Douglas. name a committee to work in the 1520 N.W. 62nd Street !il
is a teacher in her native city, Golden Anniversary membership

and is a trustee of ArkansasA campaign of the NAACP.. .

and M College. Mrs. Benningsis Announcement was also made THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
a teacher at Parker High this 'Week that the General Bap- i Yt ,
and resides in Birmingham tist State Convention has pledged .
to increase Florida NAACP
Soror Eunice Liberty, boule membership !by 10,000 in 1959.
hostess and local chairman; Soror This powerful church body recently -
held its 80th annual session Fresh Meat-Low, Prices
Walton Y. Robinson: boule co- ;
here and went on record endorsing .' .
chairman; Soror Allene V. Taylor, the work of the NAACP I\1-\'.,,':,' J : < ju-jja M,:\\11

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Cy PAUL R. HENRY William O. Walker, publisherl Dramatics Here
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..... :; and president of the National
Publishers! Association was a
The Florida: Legislature has
week and
another segregation bill visitor to Miami last
passed the Times Office. Mr
dropped by
and Gov.-LgrOT"Collins:: sJrned it
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave Miami. Florida-Phone FR 3.2236 on Tuesday. This bill authorizes Walker war returning from a
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 rntv school: boards to segregate visit to Ciudad Trujillo in the
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several other segregation -
There are
H. E. SIGISUUND REEVES. Editor bills to to be considered y.
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1S59 session on June 5.

POOR TIMING BY LEGISLATORS One prohibits teachers from Summer time U fun time at '
advccaticj: integration or from R
This week Florida Legislators have been consideringa teaching an integrated class except FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY
Bill to ease the death sentence for capital offences.: by court order. It woulda
- The Florida law now makes the death penalty auto- .o permit county school boards
to bold strawballot elections to
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matic in conviction for murder and rape. determine local sentiment to-
After hotly debating this bill on Tuesday. the present w-.rd school: integration. 0 '
law will remain on the statutes, but it takes some power -
On Tuesday what is called the DANCE ART
from the judge in determining the penalty. and gives it -Last Resort" Bill was introduced. MUSIC -
to the jury. This i is a constitutionaleudment DRAMA
The vote on this bill was 4530. Two of Dade Coun- carrying a local opJica ---
ty's representatives Cliff Herrell and David Hdredge feature permitting any county o All of you who want to fur-
voted for itUnder to dose any or all schools all day ther your study in music, dance,
Saturday
ups a referendum election at art and drama and who don"tfind
the bill passed by the House, which must be
wi* a majority of those voting time during the winter will
approved by the Senate, the jury must take an "affirma- favoriaf the plan. YMCA Building be pleased to hear that the Fine

tive action to send a murderer or rapist to the electric Senator Joe Eaton of Miami is 5770 N.W. 15th Avenue Arts Conservatory will remain
chair and a majority of the jury must vote for death.In I C'a bill to curb in- open all summer.

cases of a guilty plea in a capital case, the jury discrisa&iie"Democratic-: use"Republican"of the name by OX 6-0231 The Community is also in fora

law provides that a jury must still be used and that they I dubs is ;*aiaj advertising.I I. of special Harold treat Winston in the personage brilliant
-not the judge-determine: the penalty. ting in Miami is Interested in
Opponents of the bill rightly cited the case of four Broadway director twho,,while vis.
white youths awaiting trial for the rape of a Negro coedof In Little Rock Ark. the moderates I discovering the' talented ,"un-
Florida,A and M University. or inlegratjonirts, have knowns" such as once(was Sidney
woo.' a victory ever' three segre- SALE Poiter. If suffitient;;'inierest in a
Representatives Welborn Daniel of Lake County, op gatk>ets s wteo were backed by FOR Drama Festival for'the summeris

posing the bill, hit the nail on its head when he said: fee Screraor: Mgfe Ornl schoois Faubss.so--I closedxufbt The I Private Filling Station Mr.shown Winston by the wHl people conduct of Miami a,

"If we. try these four white men under different or zsiffe net be opened course in Drama at the Fine
rules than we have been trying colored people accused bat at less* the .gvreraar lest in 20 years in same place Arts Conservatory for childrento
that same crime, we will be laying ourselves open to ridicule -I his R>3tt3 BEST OFFER TAKES IT age 14, and adults who are
all over the country." seriously interested In the thea-
Fine opportunity for a ater. Productions of Noah. The
Hep. Daniel is right. Apart from the poor publicity Tie 31 etr. CecaraissJoa dis- Book of Job ,and possibly Musicals
this country will receive, in the light of justice, softening ussd Pact Ifcrecter George Mc- Good mechanic are contemplated.
Sherry from Sis: S5i,8O0 a year Harold Winston directed many
punishment for capital offenses the
at present time seemsto I
pcisataea en Weds dZy. The vote TERMS brilliant performers Including
us to be most inopportune. i -ras4 Earle Hyman, Maxine Sullivan,
I Come and look it over Diana Sands and Frances Fosterin
The cecQEnisaoa believes Mc-
productions of at
Sherry' had : e qualificationc. but Shakespeare
CHANGE IN PRINCIPALS Corner N.W. 5th Ave. the Marquee Theatre in NewYor'g
was soft prrdaring enough.
Mrs. Ida Ratcliffe. principal of the Northwestern and 9th St. devoted City. Also to an the exciting great Negro evening
Senior High School leaves that institution with the closing Friends pi Mr. Luther Wens, Poets. : -
of schooL However we understand that this is Mrs. veil tan: blacksmith. are Phone FR 1.1830 Register June 6 at'"tee' YMCAfor
t Ratcliffe's decision pleaded to ]oaT that he is recovering Mr. Winston's 'smmner
own as she requested a transfer. When 'pro.
at the Jackson Memorial
school opens in September she becomes the principal of duction.
the new Brownsville Junior High School.

Mrs. Ratcliffe took charge of the Northwestern: Sen- .

ior 1955.High School as its first principal when. it opened in


During those four years she has done a very creditable x or
job. Northwestern has an enrollment of more than ,
1200 students There are S X1y-: even teachers at this y;n v J i
school Three hundred eighty-seven students graduate
from Northwestern school this week. Commencement exercises '
will be June 6 at the Dade County Auditorium.
The new principal will be Samuel O. Cohen who CiALSEO'j
goes from Dorsey Junior High. Mr. Cohen is well known
in the county sytem. He did good work at the A. L. Lewis _
Elementary School in Homestead and also at the Dorsey _
Junior High School.Curriculum .

consultant E. K. Lockhart succeeds Mr. ,

Cohen as principal at Dorsey. -.
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PIONEER CITIZEN DIES .
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Funeral services were held on Wednesday morningat CORROSION
St. Peter's American Catholic Church for one of Mi Mew AO9POLYMERIN ---

ami's pioneer citizens-Mrs. Victoria Ward. Aunt Vickie, ..
as she was popularly known has lived in Miami for over j

50 years. PROTECTS SURFACED 11jS
She was widely known and active in religious,..fra
ternal and other circles up to the time of her recent illness Prevents 1nhb! from blotching ,
for many years. h1n i tf,1 cr cracking. Now Alsco lap-tiding is protected ,
At the time of her death she was president of the S Flit satin-texture finish in betatlfol with Gold-B&k Expon-
Golden Age Club one of her favorite organizations.A colors t eh tytn white;flood cote a touch film bonded to
very amiable. person, she was admired by all who jrey mist green., peimmas ytQow I I' I i1 akdired aluminum.It protects
knew her. '. and El Dorado cool. in the urn way undmoatms '

Officiating at the funeral was the Rt. Rev.,.E. L. protects your sir
c..Iete.w.z..rr.rdH.,.,..
j Petersen, Primate of the American Catholic Church.*
IF
YOU
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PAINT, YOU CAN
PIONEER BUSINESS MAN SUCCUMBS AFFORD AISCOIV5

George Styles pioneer Miami business man died in _y-
the Christian Hospital on Wednesday morning. ) $ATIt7ACr1ON AUUW1 .

A .quiet and unassuming character, Mr. Styles came _
4o Miami more than 50 years ago. He has successfully 1 j
conducted several businesses including a restaurant;..grocery I *

and meat market and real estate. o..s"I>r wwIch lord---L_'_ ti... -...,-
However, failing health caused him to retire. scan.........e+ocwedootand lop.idlap rnonertodnrar- Oarwndwind .
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He was a member and former vestryman of St. Agnes ,..
Church. Funeral services were held in St Agnes on COSTS NOTHING NOW OMs.ms .

Friday morning at 10:30 o'clock. PLaza ,4-4529

Skiving him are his wife Mary five daughters eaCE&aFSBT & teas._ 4 .. Modern Home Improvement CO K !
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Mrs Eldoris DeLarge. Mrs. Pauline Willis, Mrs Bessie
SmIth. Mrs. Ellen Thomas and Mrs. Mildred Powe; also I PAYMENT rexr IOt 859 N.E. 79th St. ,|f.

eight grandchildren. Syacn to par MIAMI" i
:JJfa osly son. Dr. George Styles Jr., died June !, 58.1| ""
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''. By DAVE'I'(Mr."Swlnoj. BOND 1

1 .' ..M..M.NM..M.................._.. what:: is here! The largest
million dollar wedding ever given -
.l IN UNITY'There':U strength . in ,Florida. Given for the benefit -
that was" proven: by the faculty of Brctjvnsvllle Community
and staff of Dorsey Junior High Center with 123 'participant -
;jBchrOol ;one Monday night, when ger Muhammad, I 'was Informedof 10 /brides, 10 grooms, 90 brides-
they honored Samuel O. Cohen the start of this vast move maids, 10 flower girls, 2 ring
,their principal. ment; Min. Jeremiah stated, "Is bearers, etc. Don't fall to see this
lam was brought to America by wonderful redding One hundredor
It was In. the form of a ban-
more ties: will be given
Allah, The God of our Forefathers -
,quet, with beautiful decorations
In July of 1930 and the away. Tickets are $1.00 in advance -
and a.deliclousmenu in the'cafe- Hon. Elijah Muhammad, the $1.25 at the door; and 50
.Urium W. W. Matthews Robert
,
: cents for children.
present Leader of this fast grdwing } -
Wilson,Gilbert ,Porter, principals
of local schools, a representativeof religion was chosen by Allahto T.ckets: may be purchased at
the Dorsey PTA gave their be his Messenger to the so- the following:: places:
sentiments, and .Mr Cohen was called Negroes.The .
presented some lovely gifts. Th@ first Temple was started in Neal's Super Market: 4825 NW
student body honored him witha Detroit and the second in Chicago 27th ave.; Barkley's Cut Rate
surprise chapel program with the present headquarters,. Sundry' Store, 12Q1 NW 3rd ave.;'
gjfU: from each organization in and since that time, Islam has Dean's Laundry and Cleaners, 1
,, the school and the student body spread over America like! a rag- 4701 NW 27th ave.; Bryant's i
' itself. ing tide firmly entrenching itself Laundry 'and Cleaners. 1001 NW
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t in every major city in the 2nd av-e.;. Miles' Candy Store,
All -of us are sorry Mr. Cohenis land. Under the guidance of 4807 NW 27th ave.; Perry's Flor- The need for additional hospitals Life Insurance Co. is similar!
beinj moved from Dorsey Jun- Messenger Elijah Muhammad, the ist, 1100 NW 3rd ave.; Spic and in Miami is of) the utmost to a hospital in many respects.
t r --, so-called Negroes are being introduced Span, 4801 NW 27th ave.; 'Geor- lnr;ortance. The population of Their main interest is to help
fcr the first time, to gette's Tea Room, 2540 NW 27th Miami has increased so rapidly those in need. The ndw+ Christian
real love, brotherhood and unity ave.; Brownsville Drug Store, that hospital .facilities have become Hospital and the Life Insurance
among 'their own kind. They 4634 NW 27th ave.; Lynch Sin- Inadequate., In many Instances Co. of Florida are alike in that
" have discovered that Islam and clair Service, 5001 NW 32nd ave.:; people in the need of they are both building together so
Islam alcne offers the solution to Williams' Tailors, 4842 NW 27th medical attention have not received that, in the future' they, can
their problems and gives that ave.; Ella Manicure Theatrical aid because of the over- render service to the needy.
\ understanding and pride that Beauty Salon, 2625 NW 55th st. crowded conditions.
; elevates man above the beast." First prize to bride: $50 War The building of a hospital entails -
8 Bond and diamond ring. First Under the circumstances, the a great deal of expence.
prize to groan: Wrist watch. Sec- Life Insurance"* Co of Florida, There is the. price of land con-
WELL, SOMEBODY or should ond prize to bride: $25 War one of the fastest growing camp- struction costs, large payrolls
anies in, this area, took up a ,collection medical supplies and surgical
we say persons unknown, broke Bond and to ,groom; gold ring.
"f : into the Bcoker Terrace Lounge Neal Adams president among its (personnel J. equipment The Christian Hospital
:" ,' ," last Sunday night The robbers Joseohine Harris director E. Culbrcth, ,general manager of needs every penny to meet
.. -to got in through the ceiling frpm the compay is shown presenting these demands. The Life'' Insur-
\ \t... v ;.:-,.,-' I Ii the 'floor of a ream above It and a check for $129 to Rev Thed- ance Co. of Florida, therefore

,t. ,_ .L- :: made off with a good deal ofligour. i ford Johnson, campaign chairman each and
at the headquarters, 710 NW 3rd urges ewryonet con
' The thieves know
of i {ior High, where he has done an'' don't. ave. tribute toward this worthy
that they left a lot of clues and Your Vote is Neededto
'. excellent Job; but, we are happy
the sheriff's department prob-
too, that he will still be in our fight the forces that seekto
ably knows who they are by nqw
area! and we are sure that he will
and an arrest should be made by keep Second Class
his a
keep high standard of working you
>with the students and teachers press time. Citizen. For RentONE
for the benefit of alL Apartments

TALK Around town It that the Register Today!
manager and his wife from Chicago BEDROOM APARTMENTSIn
'I I ,'AM VERY ,PLEASED with got the gate. We do like for 116 W. Flagler St.
the response, received about the newcomers to succeed In a venture choice Liberty CitY' neighborhood
article 1 ,wrote last week con- but when new people: come
,cerning the Christian Hospital here, they first must realize that Hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, refrigerator, stove, ,.

Fund. 'As. I have been told, I you can 'tfocl some of the people hot and cold water. 1495 ,N.W. 67th St. $15 per week I
failed to say where donations some of the time, but you can'tfool"aU
could, be sent. Well, it's to Rev. of the people all of the Call PL
1-1756
Thedford .Johnson; flO NW 3rd time." A word to the wise is suf-

ave. ficient.As DENNIS SMITH Real Estate Investor
a reminder . don't forget ,.
If this sounds as if Ilm begging I to vote) ..don't forget to donate LOVELYROMES
for. help, you are right. We to the<< Christian Hospital
need ;all the bep we can get. fund . don't forget to help A .
Just think how important this
.
neighbor.THE
new .hospital is. It -will benefit your

all of us,. First, it will create V'. MEN ire having I Still traditionally distilled 'for
Jwtos; ;secondly, ft will have bet-, carnival en Saturday, May 30
ter equipment. to 'Work with and
from 10 ajm. to 10 pan at the '
more ,doctors and nurses; an ambulance YMCA building and grounds, "IMPORTED QUALITY!!
service ,. and most of featuring -
5770 NW 15th ave. They are
all, it is'your. life that might be I rides for children, dances FOR SALE '.. .

saved you' So can.pleasegive Let's all start as standing muchas for teen-agers, a variety show r. I, 1;. 'i .. . ' .' ,i. '
with King Coleman as MX! ,
In Northwest ,
I on our, own two feet. I choruses musi- I it-, ".1)-1/1', ,
quartets quintets, I .
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f I I! ,'1, i)" '-i'f; "
food refreshments, a
cal acts, i
PRETTY GIRL of THE WEEK: treasure hunt, apple biting, fortune 55th St. Area t ; ... ,"' '1'II'/" .

Christine Turner .. Policeman telling, and other enter- '. t \ .

of the Week: Leon Williams . tainment for' adults. Chickie \ .t .
Teacher of the Wedk: Tee S. Home and Yours Truly will be fjr: "' : '<
Greer. s there for the teen-age dance . f.4.t':"
and there Is going to be fun for
adults, wee tots, and teens. This ", e,.
I GUESS THAT by now all of is to help with the completion of
Miami knows that its favorite the building and to buy equip- .
I , ,
Pr It \" ," "
"son and daughter Chickie ment for our sons and daughters ,.
Home is back in town and has I to enjoy. Please support' this affair w

done a weekend at the C 1 u b I even If you "pop call" for Low Down Payments 4 !"'. I
Royale . and' broke up the only a few minutes. They will be fai? '
house. Chickie, better knqwn as glad to have ycu: . .and you can Easy Monthly Terms % '
Madam Effte Tbrockbottom, will I help these children at the same
be in the Miami area until the time. .
8th of June then opens the new

Walleyou Club in Nassau for a Above all . live life, every Only 1 Mortgage
three month engagement. golden minute 'of it . peace.
'-
% .

SEEMS TO .ME that the Har. I

lem Square Club on 2nd avenue J. A. BURROWS Third Ave. .h
opens with one of the finest ,disc
jockey and combination 'enter-
tainers that has graced the stageof TRANSFERFor Hr
the Hlarlem in a long time.
Yep, the King Mr. Coleman, quick, dependable Realty
opens at aid club this Friday, Service
May 29. Don't miss him and his "
Phone QX 1-9163
guests . he's great c

r 1742 N.W. 67th St. 742 NW 3rd Ave. a, ,

SINCE 'I. HAVE the opportuneIty Specializing in furniture

.to express myself in this moving FR 4-3297
column, 'and I thank the Miami +
Times staff for that I also be- AND
lieve in giving the people a

chance to express themselves, Co. NE 40394S.
and the -following is an excerpt It's right on the labell Pint distilled in 1769, still
from an article I received from HARLEM SQUARES
traditionally distilled for authentic London Gin
the Muhammad's Temples of Islam Dry
located at 613 NW 2nd ave. WEE T HOP"A. Hutcheson, Jr. Quality.+ Enjoy the subtle dry>xrs and delicate flavor of

The Negro residents o*'Floridaare FULL LINE OF GROCERIES. Gordon's Gin
being Introduced to a new. RegisteredReal
religious movement call 'Muhammad'i COLD CUTS -' COSMETICS Estate Broker .. Tiv+r'imoOlsl< m.GoRootB r:
Temples of lslam.'In. an

,. t interview field repres with/tative Min.LOt Jeremias'Mesven-X,' 208. N.,W" L Street "" ,". --_.._ _._. ..,. t..I..! .. _. "





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TALLAHASSEE Coach A. S.

Along Freedom's Road said(Jake)the Gaither 15th, annual clinic director Florida, Howard University

A&M University Coaching Clime
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By RUTH PERRY to be held here June 8-12 will ,

... ,., ..,.- feature some of the nation's out- WASHINGTON, D.C. How- JESCA TO
standing coaches and authoritiesin ard University will confer degrees -
The Fight for Freedom is a l built his house of straw. We're the field."Eanphasis. upon some 650 graduates of SPONSORRUMMAGE
serious business, and it is not; sorry, three little pigs, this won't will be placed upon I its 10 schools and colleges duringthe
very often that a light note enters do in Florida. Go back into the fundamentals 91st annual Commencement SALE
practice organization, -
the battleground of civil l book and close the covers until of offensive and defensive exercises Friday, June 5 at 5:30: The Special Events Committee
rights. However, a few days ago you all can come out white. football teaching and coaching p.m. The exercises will be held of the James E. Scott Community
the carried about -
rabbits papers that reached a story beyond the RACISM IS CHILDISH methods, and recent trends in the in the upper quadrangle of the Association is sponsoring its
game. Varying offenses, adapting: campus, in front of Frederick first annual Rummage Sale Sat
limits of it
Just l
gravity
was
plain ridiculous.OH As I remarked at the begin- defenses to material, basketball Dcuglass Hall. urday, June 6 at the Consumer
ning of this column, it is not often drills and demonstrations, and The annual baccalaureate service Supply Market, NW 62nd et. and
THOSE RABBITS we can get such a big laugh tournament preparation will be ''will be held at 5:30: p.m. 22nd ave., beginning at 11 a.m
and genuine 'amusement out of discussed during the basketball-' Sunday, May 31 on the same site. and lasting until.
It seems that a book wa written our struggle for freedom. This section." In case of inclement' weather, We are soliciting the aid of our
sometime ago for little children story about the rabbits has ;prob- The consultants will include either or both events will be friends to assist us in making this
.' In library terms, we call I Ia It ably caught the fancy of newspaper from ,four major bowl games. moved to Constitution Hall, 18th affair a success. If you have used
picture or easy book because it editors all over the coun- They are: Frank Howard and and D Sts., northwest. clothing or household articles that
has very little reading matter try. It will undoubtedly be printed are in usable condition, and would
Charlie Waller of Clemson Dave
and contains mostly pictures. The in papers from Texas to ; Two honorary degrees will be like/ to aid us in this effort,
book in question is called "The Maine and from California to Nelson of Delaware; Ray Elliottof among hose conferred by How- are asking that you please we
Rabbit's Garth Illinois; Bob Woodruff: of)( the ard President, Mordecai W John- bring
Wedding, by New York. th m to our agency'at 1133 NW
University of Florida: Perry Mossof son at' Commencement. The hon-
Williams and is a charming story 66th st. before May 30 '
about a little girl rabbit (white) And we mustn't forget Boston, Florida, State; Jerry Burns and orary degree of Doctor of Music PL 8-4791 and we will pick or call
and a little boy rabbit (black.) because in that city the Unitarian Bob Flora of Iowa; Andy Pilney will be (presented to Soprano up for you. them
There is not one offensive or Fellowship for Social Justice a of Tulane; Whitey Urban of Dorothy Maynor, while the degree Mrs. Corinne Anton is chairman
suggestive thing in the book, andit t\r\ days ago thanked Alabama Georgia Tech.; Gamer Jones of of Doctor ot Science will go special events committee
is loved by little children who' Senator Eddins for calling national Oklahoma; Sam Lankford (rain- to Chemist Lloyd A. Hall of Chi- Archibald G. Carey is and
usually like animal stories, and attention to the rabbit er) of the University of Florida; cago. I director. program
especially those about rabbits. book by Garth Williams. A and J. 'B. McLendon of Tennessee -
But Mr. Williams made Just spokesman for the Unitarian Fel- A and I State University,
ope mistake in writing his book lowship said that "since the basketball. ,
-for southern reading, that is- book was written for children The :football section (will beheld
he didn't have his rabbit characters from three to six, and has no hatein from Monday, June 8, thru
all the same color. It it, the senator has indicated the morning of June 11. T h e 2 and 3 BEDROOM HOMES
seems that State Senator E. O. vividly the irrationality and basketball section will begin
Eddins, a leader of segregation childishness of racism." Thursday afternoon, June 11 and With Small Down PaymentsIn
forces in the Alabama Legisla- close Friday
FROM HERE AND morning, June 12.
ture, said the picture book shouldbe THERE Orchard Villa Area

taken off the shelves of libraries Liberal senators led by Hubert RALPH METCALFE
and burned. Consequently H. Humphrey a few days ago! in We Pay Cash For Homes and Lots
this 'book, intended for child- Washington offered a bill to
ren under five years of age, has broaden the federal government's VISITS O
been removed from the open I protection of civil
rights. In
shelves of Alabama public 11-'I Senate speech Humphrey said a: CARRIBBEANRalph ,Floral 1 Park Apts. For Rent

braries. Protection of human rights is $20 WEEKLY
SORRY
NO CHILDREN
SOUTHERN BUNNIES ARE the moral; responsibility' of gov- H. Metcalfe, famed 'U. S. ,
WHITEIt ernment oMicials in a free and sprint star of 1932 and 1938 2474 N.W. 58th Street

democratic society. They have Olympics, is making a threeweektour
would appear that even rab- the obligation to establish stand- : of 15 countries in the Caribbean -
bit characters in !books below the ards and practices of equal rights Central America and Chas. H. Pyke Realtor
Mason and Dixon line must be and equal protection of the law Mexico by Pan American World ,
of the majority color to fare for all citizens to follow.. Airways, in l behalf of this sum-
well. The author of the book remarked Atlanta mers's Third Pan American PLaza 4.0782BARKLEY'S '.
Ga.
Last week it was
that he was not in
aware disclosed that games Chicago.
that.animals with ,white fur were ;employees Atlanta library, Metcalfe, now a Chicago alder-
were instructed
__ to
considered blood relations of serve man and civic leader, is acting
White human beings. But he /was White.Negro Atlanta'patrons has thus as well as as the (personal representative of
not taking into consideration Joined a
The number of major Southern cities Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley I
Montgomery, Alabama Home in quietly to urge' the countries to partici-
integrating its
News, a weekly which carries the library system. A public pate in the Pan Am games scheduled -
library
sentiments of the Alabama Citi- man said the ruling applied spokes-to for August 24 through Sept. CUT-RATE STOREThe
Council
zens and the Ku Klux the 7.
downtown
Klan.that Southern This ,pacer rabbits knows very /well White branches in library the city.and There 14 Previous Pan American games Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
white
yes sir! are are three Negro branches and one I were held in Buenos Aires in 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
of them has 1951 and in
''Harper Brothers, publishers of been used by Whites Mexico City in 1955.
the ,book for some time. Metcalfe now 48, began his THE
said that similar criticism tour with FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES
a Clipper flight from
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came to them from Orlando
,
Philip Wylie, the world
famous Miami to Havana Delicious Candies
Florida. And we understand that May 17. Then
Miami
criticism author, a* usual in his the famed oprinter will visit Jamaica Gifts of
in Florida, has also been public utterances had all descriptions
pointed at one of the oldest of gent words to some pun- Haiti, Dominican Repub Patent Medicines
childrens' say recently. lic, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, Vene- Incense
nursery stories-The
Three Little Pigs. It would appear Speaking lie said that about people integration who Wy- zuela, Curacao, Colombia, ,Pana- A complete line of Drug Sundries at popular prices
that these animals also argue ma, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El A selected
against it either do not think at variety of human hair
must be white for the reading all or do not understand the I Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico -
public in Florida.) In one editionof of the century. He pre-realities before returning to Chicago on Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
this June 8.Traveling.
story seen by ardent dicted
segregationists that in 25 to 35
one ,pig was white, "we'll be years with him are his John A. McMinn, Owner
integrated
one black and the other spotted. completely, wife and 1-year-old son, Ralph,
As the story goes, the blade pig and if we don't do it out of our Jr.

was the one who built his 'house own free sense of human dignity,
the strongest, and the white pig we may all be Communists." IiW1TM
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Child's Swimsuit ........ 1.00 Diaper Sets .................... 1.00
Pedal Pusher and Boys' Swim Trunks, pr. 1.00
h I Blouse, set ................ 1.00 Boys' Shorts .................... 35
s Ladles' Blouse, ea ........ 1.00 Cotton Panties, 5 for 1.00 .
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9 Women's Half Slip, ea. 1.00 Human Hair
I1 L- Ladles' Shorts, ea. .... 1.00 Pieces ............ .75 and up
I Ladles' Panties, 3 for. 1.00 Saving Banks ........ .10 up
pLi Nylon Hose, pr ............ 79 Plastic Drapes, pro ........ ..19I

__ I Mirrors, bird :feed, Zorl thong sandals, whatnots, shelves,

i zippers, thread, buttons, dress materials, house spray, spray
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final meeting or the North- Aimong those'' receiving plaques I honor of having her portrait unveiled -
, western Senior High School PTA were: Mrs. Anna L. Powell, sec- \to be left as a standing PIANO SICK
Ii found the agenda for Monday, retary and Rev. Samuel L. Gay, monument to her accomplishmentsat 1p
May 18 filled with many activi vice: president; Mrs. Beatrice Northwestern. I
#, ties. In addition to the regular "Mother Bea", Rahming receiveda SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. I'
annual reports, the school's aud- National Life Membership Pin. These seated at the table are:
itoriubn seemed to be filled with It is .being presented to her in Mrs, Adgenoe Bradshnjw, historian FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A
- a spirit of appreciation to all of the picture inset at left by Mrs.
Rev. A. D. Hall of Ebenezer
the ardent workers in the association Genesta Sweeting, president of ; AND ORGAN SERVICES N
Church Mrs. Ratcliffe Mrs.
who had given so much of the Dade County PTA. Anthony ; ,
themselves and their time to put Simon, president of the PTA, Rahming, President Simon, Mrs. 1935 N.W. 153rd St. 0
Powell, A. C. Smith, treasurer; SERVICE I
very'successful looks on approvingly. Principal
over a program
during 1958-59. This included Ratcliffe shown elsewhere in this Mrs. Wilhelmina Sands, financial: MU 8- 770 J
secretary, and Lewis Stokes,
out the mortgage' on the organ issue and in the inset above chaplain.
and installing new water coolers. thanking the PTA, received theM
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you, aeemed to have been the thony Simon, Mrs. Ratcliffe and 11' ,I \"
theme.for.the final meeting of the her husband, Charles.At gold
Northwestern Parent-Teachers her request, Mrs. Ratcliffe H
Association on Monday night, will become 'Principal of the new /, .
May 18, in the school auditorium. junior high school that is now . ..
It iwas centered around honors under construction in Browns-. cap
for. Principal Ida M. Ratcliffe ville. +' < (:
who goes to another school next 'J
year. Announcement is a cup

(The occasion followed the Mr and Mrs. Robert L. Clark Sr. ,;"",.. II ,..::, .
closing business of the PTA which of 529 N.W. 11th Terrace ,. itI.. ";..,'.',,
was highlighted by reports from announce the marriage i' "\ ; !.' r;." ./ .,
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the various committees that have of their daughter r
been working so efficiently dur- Vivian Lorettato j j e.ll w. .
ing the past year. Anthony ' ,
Simon, the moving 'spirit of the Mr. Curlee Owen . :,. .
PTA -as Its prehident, has been of Birmingham, Alabama ..
acclaimed 'by the faculty, .;student Friday evening, May 22, 1959 ,''''.' ,t. ,t .
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body and the community' at large At the parsonage of , ,. '"" "i...
as the "PTA Man of The Year." Mt. Zion Baptist Church (- I'J.
. of the Miami. Florida .
This is in recognition many .. '
wonderful improvements that he Rev. Randofch; Thompson: ", ./"'. .
has brought to the school several Assistant Pastor, .officiated -
water fountains, and beau-
tiful organ to mention a few. Mr.
Simon and Mrs. Beatrice (Mother "
Bee) Rahmlng were elected to FOR SALE ,, ,,;, tr
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attend the JUte PTA meeting.In 'G:'!;! f.

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praise
Mrs. Ratcliffe, this beautifully Hardwood Floors, Garage 't
J J painted (portrait of the ,principal ,4fi
was unveiled before a large 2017 N.W.. 55th Ter.
I number of teachers and parents.To GOLDEN MEASURE.FLASK
be left at the school. As she
I stared In awe and humility which' Open Sunday 3-5 p.m. You can now enjoy Ancient Age bourbon in a great new way!Our brilliant .

were mingled the with melodious thoughts tones of new pint and half-pint flask is slim and curved to fit your pocket, ?
appreciation of a well-trained voice belong- CAPPER CONST. CORP. topped oft with the fashionable golden jigger cup.All at no extra cost

ing to Baldwin Hepburn brcfce
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8 SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1959
Sunday artemoon. May 10 at
3:30, Miss Julia Roberts and Mr. f I
L. C. Alford were quietly mar- . TY
FRONTIERS TO Royal Twenties ried at Temple Baptist Church, .. I
Rev. L. A. Thompson officiating. l
HAVE NIGHT Hear Report Attendants were Mrs., Rose Light- ..'vY"'A"..

The Women's bourne, Mrs. Anna Bradford Mr. '
Twenty
Royal
OF FUNThe
Club of Coconut Grove held its Norris Libhtbourne and Mr. NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
Miami Chapter oX the regular meeting at the home of Theo. Marshall.
Frontiers of America Inc., is Mrs. Beatrice Harrison on Frow (After the ceremony an elabo-
sponsoring a "Night of Games" ate reception was held at the resIdence -
June 20th on the gpadous lawn of Ave.Mrs.. Ada Belle Dunn and Mrs. I' of the bride. FRIDAY SATURDAY
Roger Williams, 4825 NW 31st
Myrtle Davb gave a joint reportof
the City Federation meeting at i Aaaopww.aouena.
ave.The
activities included In the .
Dunbar :Graduation 1Ie1JI.e
which the state president was
.. .
"Night of Games"will be gamesof a N.W ...
present. De
bridge, whist, pinochle and w. '-cMe o.,.
canasta. Mrs. Hattie McDonald enteredthe Graduation exercises for child- it...m CfN......u....
mad 'hat contest which will ren attending the Dunbar Day
Refreshments will be sold. be held at the state meeting.On School Nursery will be held in ,.
This affair is one of the pro- the'agenda for the next the school's cafetorium, Wednes- 1Qo..
'
jects sponsored by the organiza- meeting will be the -election of day, evening, June 3 at. 6:30.: IIIM ; .
tion. The purpose is to contribute delegates for the state meetingin Guest speaker fcr the occasion ?oA11r1 .
constructed
funds to the newly beautiful Lakeland. i-vill be W.. H. Coadell, principalof I
Blind and to
Lighthouse for the
The hostess was thanked for Bethune Elementary School of
send Negro youth to summer
the lovely evening complete with Brownsville.
camps. after-meeting All, (parents; and friends are ,.,-k I
party goodies by
The public is invited to come 1
;
Mrs. Rose Hall. asked to come out and share in AVA ANTHONY I
of
and enjoy an evening makingnew
friends and enjoying the activities Ada B. Dunn, president this memorable event with the I
presented.Richmond Ethel Peavy, reporter children. GARDNER fRANCIOSA
Mrs. Johnnie McMillan is 9xt

Heights Bishop Wright's teacher. .
'
Residents Fight Wife PassesLos 'Dm amD.

Rock Pit Angeles Mrs. Charlotte Advertise It Pays! >.t V j jL jttlisul
Crogman Wright, 79. wife of aiI'*kz lD1l1AMA .1ICItHICOIOIL"'
The Richmond Heights Pioneer Bishop Richard R. Wright, pre- a
Civic and Serial Club will do a siding Bishop of the 5th Episcopal
door to door campaign starting at District of the AME Church 1fk4
10 am. Sunday, May 31. Each embracing states west of the
family is requested to contribute !
Rocky Mountains Nebraska tYT' i i 1
$1.00 to defray expenses neces- Kansas and Missouri, died at CAPITOLAND
fcr Richmond Heights to
sary Good Samaritan Hospital, Los adctmdln url4kbab
obtain legal representation in its thescreen
blasts
Angeles, Thursday, May 21 where
case against a company digging: a
she had been
a patient for two '
rock pit in the Richmond Heigthsarea. weeks.

. BUNCHETHEATRES :

NOTICEThe
Teenage DancesThe ,
public is cordially Invitedto .
Northwestern Branch of
SUNDAY MONDAY
attend Bethany's Health and
will
the Miami Jaycees resume -
their summer project of sponsoring Welfare! Extravaganza Saturday,

TherewUl"Teen Age"be tjwo dances.dances which Junior May 30 Academy at 7:30 pan, 5001 at NW Bethany 25tn Sun. Thru. Thurs. [One of the Gnat Lore'Stories of All Time'!

ave. Dinners will be served May 31 June 1-4
will open the season on June 13
featuring two local bands. Needle craftwork made by ...

welfare Society will be on sale. 2 Action Hits 2 r2k, TAYLOR- CUFTWINIERS.!
Magnolia Hospital Many other attractions. Musical M Adr .MYrirRGESI
selections by the Cordettes. t ,
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Recuperating are the following Mickey Rooney in G1 "
patients: j AHACEINTOESUN

NW Mrs.4th Meriam court Bellamy of 1900 Houses For Sale "The Last Mile" 1 t

Cart McCray, 2864 NW 6th ct., \
Ft. Lauderdale.Mrs. I now have several very nice Plus J r ."...mtmuna.-....-_''=__::'_BM M./r row1..rn1mamas.
George Wilderson, 2657 \ ....:.1Jf.OOOI DI1..
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"Al Capone"With 1
Mrs. Annie Rambo, 2241 NW the new Orchard Villa area.

56th 5t.Mrs. Rod \! .....;..,
Deloris Felton, 1719 NW I Call me now for a good Stleger
153rd st. i Shown only at 10:45
Mrs. Gallic Bladwell, 16401 NW deal. Some as low as $1,000 \
lath place. \I !,
down payment ,,
Just released are:
Mrs. Lillfe Johnson, 4301 NW Hilarfous.hearttuggtngl! Yotrtl laughYs*
3 nd ave.Euricka. Call E. Harry Denny RITZTHEATRE you'll cry...you'U cheer Dam Hofatea

Newbold, 1820 Service in his great Academy Award role!
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Road, Opa Locka. ,
Mrs. Josephine Henderson 480 Hialeah Drive
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STARTS SUNDAY Staag 17
Recuperating at Magnolia are: .
Mrs. Ethel Atwell, 1340 NW Keyes Co. '
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FRIENDSHIP CLUB CELEBRATES 23rd ANNIVERSARY, :.







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LILLA GALLOWAY,' Mt. Glnal' school, ,closing. Clifford is.due

'Hospital P.N., and Earle Allen next week to drive the family
Jr., will exchange nuptial vowsat home .. The George Higgs are
Holy Redeemer Catholic expecting 'thers'In August (she's
Church, June 14 4 \' ,. Ditto' 'the the former Fredonna Clarke)' xt 4a
date for Hattie Mae Oliver and returned to these parts last 'week. t

Andrew Williaims'/ double ring .'* The Joe Thomas family are .
ceremony, St. ,John Baptist. A leaving Friday to attend the
Jim Jam Club reception follows graduation ,of their daughter
. Polnciana School mann Bev- Doris "Legs' Thomas, a studentat
erly Adderley (my 'sls-ln-law) Southern U . Willard Wake
and David Rolle announcing recently; completed\ his, four Ili
their 5-anonth-old wedlock .- duplex ((8 apt. unit) at 1819 NW

The Episcopal Young Church Men's ClUb celebrated of Christ its 69th at.LGNNIE. II I I '...' : d'-i__ 1'i.

1st anniversary in grand style SATIN was a big The Friendship Garden and
last Monday evening at the Hairy success recently at Cafe Cristal in Civic Club's 23rd anniversarytea '
THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper1' I
RusseMs' Filmore St., Rich- the Diplomat . And CandIdo, in Panorama, Sunday, May
PAGE 9
mond Heights home Walter king of the 'bongo players; is at 17, 4 to 6 pjm. at the Sir John SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1959
Green president; ; Thomas Andrew the Rancher Lounge with CurtLhrmon's Hotel was quite a success. ,
vice and Leroy Scott, business Trio . The JESCA In spite of heavy rain, a very
manager. Among the vIsi- summer swimming program is appreciative crowd was on handto dent; Pat R. Boyd, Sgt. L. A. Personal MentionDaniel
tors were Minerva Cooper, 'Ethel stymied because the kids have no witness the sceneS depicted Smith, Mrs. A M. Coleman, president
Rolle, Carxnetta Brown and Mar- place to swim. Can't use the with beautiful placards of which ; Sgt. J. L. Nash, Mm. A. Dames, formerly of Miami -
D.
and of Washington
guerite Gibson, representing All Booker Terrace Motel pool this 22 were printed by Mr. Bell of M. Twine, 1st vice president; now ,
C. arrived in Miami Sunday
Saints Guild. on
year because management complained Frank C. Marti Elementary Mrs. W. C. Cogd ll.
about terrific pool maintenance School, Richmond Heights, for Standing: Mrs. Lenora Johri- for a' few days vacation.
the Alumni'and 'Boosters of Mrs. A. treasurer Mr. Dames is now employed in
Mrs. Carrie L. Arnold, who was scn, Carey, ; ,
George Washington Carver 5th expenses. in change of art, and 11 (printedby Mrs., Flossie Gibson, Mrs. Cecile the Federal Record Center In
annual Student Return Ball, on Eugene Butler of Douglas Albert, Mrs. Ions Dukes, Mrs. Washington. He has completedhis
June 8, will dance to the notes of A GRATIFYING study reveals Elementary School, lorMrs., Miriam Stirrup, assistant recordIng course in law and expects to
,Billie Rolle ,. .' O'Neal Bronze that at least 34 Southern cities Mallie H. Ross. secretary; Mrs. Cornelia take' the Illinois State Bar examination -

Modeling Club is planning for its have desegregated their city bus Mrs. Mickins, the very (ill!<- Glenn, recording secretary; Mrs. \ in December.
Spring Fashion Hit at the Fiesta systems, with only Montgomery dent wife of Rev. I. C. Mickins, I Ethel Primus, Mrs. Mary Wright, While in Miami Mr. Dames is
June 21 . stopping at the home of his mother -
Speaking of hits, this experiencing any noteworthy in- who was chairman of the program corresponding secretary; Mrs.
one is loaded. A three way battle cident. The number 34 representsa committee, gave 'each one Marjorie Wake, chaplain, Sgt. C. Mrs. Cestlna Dames, 435 NW
of songs. ,The CBS Truxnpeteers, gain 'of 13 cities since the end on the committee her share of that E. Williams, Mrs. Lucille Reed, llth terr. Relatives and friendsare
The Brooklyn All Stars and the of 1956. In most of these cases, work to do. Mrs. Mallie H. Ross Mrs. Florence Amos, third vice happy to have him visitingin
FairfIeld Four, all on one, card at desegregation took place without who Mrs. Mickins gave credit president;' Miss Mable Barlow. Miami.
.
the Longshoreman Hall, June 5 court action. for the idea of depicting the hIs- Mrs. Carrie L. Arnold, financial
. Elliott Pieze reports all- In tory of the club in panorama, secretary; ,Mrs. I. C. Mickins, Mrs. anie Reeves, who has been
order for the fabulous annual DID ANYONE ever mention the task of writing: her own program chairman; Mrs. Mallie 111 at the Christian Hospital, is
Reunion Ball next Friday even that Fidel Castro's No. 1 column script, as she was the narrator. 1!. Ross, Mrs. Eartha Styles, Mrs.{ convalescing at her home.

Invitations I leader in the revolution, Juan Mrs Carrie L. Arnold, compiled Pauline Ferguson.
are available./ Almeida! ,_was. a Negro 1,7. ? Local names and material for her The president's comments were Benefit TeaThe
Elks Lodges and Temples am placards. Mrs. Florence Amos, "My sincerest thanks to the pro-
honor to State President W. O. was in charge of music and print- gram committee, the whole club 1b1 tie C. Dandridge Grand
IT'S GRADUATION TIME as Perry with a victory 'ball at the ing of programs. Mrs. Lenora membership, and officers and Guild is sponsoring a benefit tea
if you didn't know, but I am referring Jim am last Friday night . Johnson, buying and doing what- general public for all courtesies Sunday, May 31 at 941 NW 3rd
to the little ones . "East Meets West" party time ever else she could do to serve. shown on our 23rd. anniversaryand ave., Masonic Hall, 4 to 8. The
Jackson's Toddle Inn's 13th exercises 23rd president. speaker will be Mrs. Mae Davis/
I with Don Strachan's Dance Stud- Mrs. Mickins was kept- busy see- my year as
is Friday, June 12 8 The public is invited.
pjm.
io feature exclusive guest artists ing that the .tasks were done,
Wri ght's Kindergarten's first 11.. plus authentic music pnd dances'Of and 'printing and distributing "The Last Mile" At Committee Aurelia Major. Alice fi
at Bethune Elementary . the Indies and India. It's on invitations.In Cash, Excell} Culmer, chairman.
June 18 at St. Mary's W. M. and
Capitol
,
at the Jim Jam Sat., May 30
Church, 5th court . Tot's NHS chorus and soloists pulled the 7th scene, honor was
Town, June 7 down Richmond off their first annual Spring given to the president,. Mrs. Ann Bunche Theatres"The FOR SALE

Heights way at Frank Martin Concert for May 25 That Coleman; for leadership and Last Mile," starring Mickey -
'. Elementary . Miami's nqwest Garden Sip the Division of Wo- work done throughout the 2$ Rooney, will open Sunday.'at 8-Room House
junior high school, North Dade Church) comes years, as she was elected in both the Capitol and Bunche fumllhed'I1h
(of St. Agnes Completely
will celebrate its JuniorSeniorProm men Heas- 1944 by the Negro Police Force Theatres through United Artists
the Raymond
off June 7 at
May .29. ax their mother, because' of the release. Baths
ties in Brownsville.LT part she played in getting a Ne- Produced by Max J. Rosenbergand "
gro force and sergeants. Three : Milton Sulbotsky "The Last 5871 N.W. 24th Ave
...JUNE BIRTHDAYS! : 1st, Ann SAM LOVE JR.", and Bif sergeants and one patrolman were : Mile" 'is based on the Broadfway
1 do" in MU 8-6244
Jarrett, Barbara Ellison: Gladys bara 'Green said present to keep with the honors. stage hit which launched Spencer
t .
Thurston, Mary Blatch, LulaMiller parr, l'IIA., Sunday, May J. 17 Kirk- In closing, Mrs. Mlckiins, gave Tracey on his way to stardom. Can be seen daily
2nd Cecil Pratt Viola That brief visit of *ellx recognition .
to the
visiting igroups The picture is Rooney's first big
'
of 11 to 3
CHinn; 3rd., Margie Henry; 5th, patrick, special representative and closing remarks. film since the highly successful a.m. p.m.
J. B. Stanley William Griffin; ..r'a.bs.13rqNil1i Co was very Reading from left- to right: Mrs. "Baby Face Nelson,." also released or by appointment
6th, Alma Johnson, Cecilia Wiggins much enlightening. And maybe LllJtan )Balllou, 2nd vice presl- through United Artists.
Georgtana Johnson, James that's why Pabst put the Negro
afs&
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back on the Ji !sfisfrftffftffffy5fr&yy&z ;; --
driver-salesman 0; j
Stubbs Anniversary, The Melvin
Fox and Sylvester and Gloria trucks. .1!.<

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Key West last week alter three ,
weeks in Christian, Hospital . ,. Attend TheY's .
Sammy Mdore' returned to the Men CarnivalAt
main stem during the past week

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" 1.- America into that golden era not without the greatness ol

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1959 I PHIL OSSOFER of come.'universal ,peace that must the. destiny cf the American Negro '


SAYS: .

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There. are many forms of inte-
1'GG U gration. All bring progress, as *% """'-1 .. ,: Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted,

America's history has shofvm. J' Guaranteed ...........,.................. ... $4.75
When consumated, all shall leadus :
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BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE into universal peace, as I /believe if ,',t;: "". TV' ........................................ $10 Down
the destiny of America "if. ,:
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f.. Radios
t f. Class Rings, Luggage, Watches,
WILL JUSTICE PREVAIL? I shall prove. >,
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The question upper-most In the however, anyone who has not as America's progress developed > ",, ..
minds of most Negroes in Floridais yet received his Invitation, Is because; first, its early settlers, !:(::. ",r,:!dfr'i',' + ;:"",,' S DAVID JEWELERS
"Will Justice prevail in the asked to kindly call In person or fleeing from religious and political """'\4
Tallahassee mass rape case, or phone the downtown office of oppression, and seeking peace I "r :'t. : :;; 1188'N.W.. 3rd Ave. FR.4-1S22.
will Florida become another the Miami Times, at 1112' NW and freedom, integrated easily.
typical Mississippi, in the handling 3rd ave, FR 3.2236 and alumni Second, because as separate political -
of this case?" personnel will be happy to sup. units or states, they were
Upon request of two of the ply) him with Invitations.For able to integrate into one :federal
attorneys for the accused four table reservations phonefor unit. Thus we find America .
White men, Leon County Circuit the upstairs tables, Mrs. Ver evolving towards an integrated *
Judge W. May Walker last Tues- neka S. Silva, HI 8.8633, or for world, the pre-requisite of uni- -
day extended to June 10, the downstairs tables, Miss Amy McKenzie versal peace She had taken the READ THIS! READ THIS!
date of the trial which rotes originally FR 15077. steps of: integration by colony,
scheduled for May 27. The Funds raised ifrom the sponsorship state and nation. Had, she. not( Thoughts have wingsI
attorneys had asked for a 45 day of the Reunion Ball go toward been able to enter into these influence others
extension, but the Judge said he the Alumni's annual scholarship forms of integration, she might a can
didn't think such a long extension award. That's the Annual yet be an English colony. v ,' + with my thinking
was necessary. Reunion Ball, Friday, June 5 at
The attorneys claimed that they 10 o'clock at the Harlem Square Today, in order to fulfill GiftedSpiritualist
I
did not have time to prepare Ballroom America's destiny as the Prophet
their case and that there was so Nation which, under Divine guidance :
REUNION PROGRAM will lead the world into I
much (public excitment over the ,
case that the trial should be TUESDAYThe universal peace, another form of Faith Worker
postponed annual Alumni Reunion integration, this time racial integration I
But the 15 day delay of the program! will be held in the BTW must be achieved. The .
trial It not the thing which has auditorium this Tuesday, June 2 rest of the world watches our I. STARK
many people talking. The big I at 2 o'clock The classes of 1959, struggles to overcome this stumbling .
question Is will justice prevail '39 and '29 'Will return to the block, this irritating prob I _
when the trial Is held. school to celebrate reunions on lem. Star is now ready to give you your personal life reading.I .

Many persons, well familiar the occasion Despite its ominous connota- will solve your problems I and show you the road to happiness

with Tallahassee ad vicinity, offer tions, this racial Irritation mightbe and success the opinion that no real MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM .
likened unto the irritation kind of
special, work. Your life analyzed and your deepest
punishment will be meted out to
the 'four accused, and confessed FR. CLARKE TO which Shell the develops growth within of a an(beautiful oyster secrets told without you saying a word, or no charge.K .

men. These people hold that It DELIVER pearl. When America overcomesits Star has a special message for you. "Knock and the
SERMON
will be a trial by jury, and that racial irritation, it will bring door will open. Seek and you will find." K Star Is a gifted
the Jury will be composed Of, 12
Into being the priceless pearl of She Is known
woman. by thousands that she has helped as
White from the In
men very area sti;
1. universal
which the crime was committedThe (peace the LUCKY LADY. Born with extraordinary gifts and powers.

people also hold that they'll '. Thus the destiny of America is YOU CAN DB LUCKY TOO. Faith can move mountains. She
have to see It before they believe ;;: 't . interwoven with the destiny of can overcome your financial worries, restore health and lost

that such Jury will rendera i\ (, 't1 the American Negro. Together nature. Cause you to hold Job and steady 'work. This Is a ONCE
verdict which carries any real they shall rise or fall When our
punishment for the accused men. racial problem is dissolved and IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY for you to become success-
Rape in the state of Florida is . the Negro has his constitutionaland ful. No one In trouble turned away.SATISFACTION .
punishable. by death in the electric God given rights, he will GUARANTEEDN.
chair, or any of a series of bring into fruition America's
W. 27th Ave.-Corner Flagler St. House No. 54
lesser !punishments. Three ques- great des tin y In this
tions therefore follow in the world of predominantly non- Open Dally and Sunday Closed Tuesdays

wake of '-what has happened and ii White people, he will become our

what can. happen. as .a result true goodwill ambassador!. arous- . .. *
thereof; Will it oe a real, honest
The senior class of 1959 com- .
.
to .
trial
goodness -will the men -- - -
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mencement sermon will be delivered -
be convicted of the crime with
Sunday, May 31 at Muni-
which they have been
and will the punishment' charged be given ., cipal vard at auditorium 5th st. The, Biscayne program Boule-will For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
to fit the crime? Will justice
begin promptly at 5
prevail in Tallahassee pjm.
or will it
become another Mississippi, ? Time Father Elisha S. Clarke Jr., of
alone will tell. the Church' of the Incarnationwill BONDED COLLECTION

REUNION BALL TO CAPTURE deliver the sermon. Father
SEASON'S SPOTLIGHT Clarke has chosen for his topic,
"Once to Every Man and Nation
The Annual Reunion Ball, being Comes The Moment to Decide"
sponsored by the Booker T. Father Clarke came to Miami "
Washington Alumni Association, three years ago from Tampa He AGENCY
which comes off on next Friday resides at 1736 NW 56th st.. Inc."I
"I
night beautiful, June Harlem 5, at 10 Square o'clock at Ball-the the One commencement of the new -sermon features this for ,

room, is destined to capture the "
year will be the consecration
local season's spotlight. All of the the Senior Class for Christian cf The largest collection and rental .
studenbs from Miami,and vicinity Service. ..,
who will have returned from the '

various colleges, plus all of the Some songs used on the program agency in the South; operating in r .
local, students who have Just for the occasion will be: \ ''
graduated from high school, /plus "Gently, 0 Gently" Dett, Dade and Broward Counties' Ne :
the alumni's other guests will all "Prayer" (from St. Francis) .
be there to enjoy of the many Wright, "Glory to God," Bach and"I Housing l _,' ,,, '"\\.i.. a
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DONALDSON THE MIAMI, TIMES--'The Peoples' Newspaper"
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WINS GOLD I SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1959 PAGE '11

h MEDAL AWARDLuther "

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_r. ,." A. Donaldson, 22, son
of Rev. T. E. ,W. Donaldson of
Meeting St., Nassau, Bahamas NOW RENTING !
a ONCE UPON A TIME We used ,i the schools!" Yes sir, we feel sor- graduating senior of the Schoolof
.
to feel sorry for poor, hapless Ne- ry for 4em.Then Pharmacy, Floria A and M.
gro. He was beaten, bruised and I there are those ,who suffer University, has (!been awarded the
,. kicked around. (He was a sorry I the most, (perhaps,. like the 1969 Lehn and Fink Gold Medal 1 and 2 .Bedroom Apartments
sight to behold, but he didn'tgive :hen-pecked husband who wantsto Plaque. He had the highest: scho-
i, up. Now our emotions have raise his voice when his mate lastic average in his class. The Houses Stores
switched, like the turning on and starts chewing him out, but presentation took place on May
off of.a. faucet-I guess. My sorrow afraid of the consequences. Theseare I 14 at the Annual Awards: Day Brown Sub Coconut Grove
is for the White man. ones who know its wrong to :Program of the University.:
deny one segment of people their Liberty City Downtown ,
He is being thwarted and opposed Mr. Donaldson attended Gov-
from behind' and in front; rights, but afraid to go to the .ernment High School in Nassau
he is afraid of the inevitable.' Yes roof tops and shout his convic- I where he ,was a member of the, WILSON RENTAL AGENCY Inc.
tion afraid of his neighbors
L- he is to be pit-tied. The' sleeping Debating and Dramatics Societies ,
giant has stirred from his slum- his friends, family, etc. So, nat- He received an American
s ber and is yawning sleepy eyed.In urally he closes, his door, peeps Foundation for Pharmaceutical 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-0116
from the blinds
to which
the last ten years, moreso in see way Education scholarship. At the
the last five years, here is why the tide is flowing. These White School of Pharmacy, he (was
L. J we feel this anguish for White men, we think suffer more emo- president of the American Phar-
men all over the world where tional anguish than any other. maceutical Association Student

Negroes are an important i integral Then there are the pacifists, Branch, a member of Beta, Kappa .
part of the government: that is those who oppose racial Chi, and Student Government

The Politician. Those who seek segregation and works for peace Council. He was also a memberof Do you 'own property in'the'' Bahamas
the lucrative offices in the govern- between the races. We feel sorry the tennis team and played
for them because they are brow intra-mural (basketball. He plans
ment on a platform of "white su- Would like to sell buy?
-or
beaten called you
premacy" or the avid segr Z8- Reds, shunned and graduate studies in Pharmaceutical
tionist who promises to protectthe socially ostracized. If they are chemistry
White man's rights and keep professional men, they are apt to The Gold Medal Award was WRITE TO
starve for boycott.. originally established /toy Lehn N
the
Negro in his place. Sad to say,
and Fink Products Cora, 'a leading
but there are many of these politicians Yeah,, it's tough. The
pressure i producer: of 'proprietary SANDS ,REALTYP.O.
in office result of this
as a
is on the White not
of race, only in drugs cosmetics and toiletries,
type platform.We
America, but all over the world, in 1924 as an incentive to phar-
feel sorry for these because Africa, Britain, France, any place macy students for increased dili- Box 1147 Nassau, Bahamas
deep down inside all they where the Black man is rising gence in their studies.CARVER .
wanted was to get In office. But from his slumber.

once in, they find out all the hog While the Negro is "cooling it", YMCA
swill they have to :wade through, letting loose a volley every now
they wish they were never born. I and then, the White man is going DAY CAMP I
They are too weak spined to full (blast wasting a lot of ammoin OPENS FOR
make change-of-face and express a losing battle. Come on over, OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
their honest convictions, so they man, let's Join forces and show REGISTRATIONRegistration
continue swallowing, the swill and the world that we are a nation of THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
hollering, "states' rights, close people to be reckoned with. is now open. for
the Day Camp program of the G PSYCHIC READERLet

.... -,.., ..... ..... ..... W.-carver Branch YMCA offering -
a variety of activities that
should prove exciting and inter-
I K West South'S esting for all young people who
ey City participate in them.

The primary purpose of the
By FRANCES I. PALMER --- Day Camp program is to help

J ... ... -" ... .. every boy and girl to develop
: stronger in 'body, keener in mind
and nobler in character under
the leadership of trained Christian -

at The guidance.camp is ideal and b provided -
this, primarily for working parents -
who desire to keep their
: youngsters busy in wholesome
recreation Binder the supervisionof
: trained counselors.The .

; crafts, devotions program, archery will ,include cook- tor Jean of Experience guide and protect yon through
outs, swimming, music, shop and Life M A Lighthouse guides the ship in A etorm
will field trips, In-door and out-door
r It WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE )lID
including new
games, a group pf
an- and fun packed activities. For Success in Business And Love
According to Franklin D. Ross,
De program director, "the program Is CONSULT HER -
; .i scheduled to cover 8 weeks of 0 You can now have your 'home made happy
at activities" for the convenience of 0 Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
who not
Parents are
: parents
: able to send their children the 0 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
I:1!( entire summer, will have the opportunity By the help of God she can help you
: on the two week basis
as outlined belqw. Remove evil influence, if you are tick, worried or In

First period June 819. troubleIt
Second period June 22-July 3 will limy you to call and sec thin Gifted Modlvm First
Third period July 6-July 17 and Advice too **.
,
Fourth period --July 20-July Where thousand come yearly for help you
31. be touched by this strange mysterious power

In order to attract as many UNHAPPYThe
as WHY GO THROUGH LIFE
nominal fee will beecchhalrrged. This Mine God who delivered hoses And the children of,Israel

fee is within the means of all of old U still Alive today And will open A way for you through
parents Interested in the welfareof the troubled seas of life. Let not him that U blind leAd you or
their youngsters.
tumble with him.
Parents are urged to register you
doubt the existence of thing because you cannot Me
their children now, both boys and Do you
girls, in the Day Camp program them 1What
which will assist them in properly do yon think of the invisible wave and sounds that
utilizing their time and developing make WlreleM, Telephone, Radio And Television possible b
, skill which would oth-
erwise be lost during the summer A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the
:: months schools are closed. dark earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN

-.,. For additional information, POWER"
1' Iyy'li1 r call or visit the G. W. Carver
, Branch at 5770 NW 15th ave. or Therefore, acquaint yourself
call OX 60231. with .the one who Is an

authority. Whose private
I I consultation will evolve you

to a higher state of mind.
REDUCING!
All Information is'

Would you like to ,reduce? Strictly Confidential''

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THE MIAMI. TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" lOCI CK "Y'JO( "Campy'a Corner" i>* he behind the (plate;,For :a new( .
SATURDAY MAY 30 1959 listening experience in sports; reporting -
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PAGE
, Sunlight Chit-Chat hear Campy Corner with
:
New WFECfeature, Roy Campanella on WFEC'at 5

P.' B.' Jones, reporterA pan Monday througb Friday, .
"Camfcy.'s: .Cornerau, xciting
): starting Monday, June. 1st.r: :
new sports program starring the .
-- """""""'CIIOd: i : :.r r -
former Dodig1'
r ", catcher1/ Roy
C very inspiring program was Campanella debutes'w this Monday, 'f I ;

Il rendered Friday morning at Sun- June 1st at 5 pjm. on, Radio, Station Now 1 Openl.!.> I
WFEC. ,
light. Everyone was spiritually '
uplifted. New vice president, Campy and veteran sportscaster .- ELITE .
Mrs. I. Hunter. i Christ Schenkel Interview top / .,
names in the sports world, Including SHOE, SHOP.
The Spring Festival /was high- '
Robinson
sugar Ray ( 4
lighted. at Club Fiesta on Monday Willie Mays, Casey Stengel, Pee :,842 N.W.' 3rd .Ave* ..
nigh A yery colorful parade of Wee Reese and others
aweekly
many .
. .
Your. Shoes Talk About You
beauties displayed hair coiffuresand '
the 1s'
feature of program ,
ELITE SHOE REPAJRING keepsthem
beautiful dresses. The
pro- the mailbag where listeners are :
looking like NEW
gram was eloquently:' emceed by invited to send sports questionsto '
Help WantedFor Give us a trial '
Mrs. Mildred Monroe. The latestIn : "
Cattnpy to be answered. In this ,' =
Sands
30 MEN. Age 22 or over, to establish the best in Beach jobs -see hair fashions were displayedIn program old number 39 proves Arthur "Key.. West" ,prop.,.
the Elks (club or organization Mrs. Mac. We are (placing cooks, the new color wigs. The color he is well adapted to radio as, ,. ..
) in Richmond Heights. housekeepers, maids and child- wigs by Miss R. L. Johnson- :' _- .. _
Call CE 5-3057. Archie Pinder. care women in year around po- Brown, Mrs. F. Macon, pink; J): I ,.r.
sitions-salaries to 5000. Mrs. M. Humphrey, blue; Mrs. -
DOMESTIC HELP, day workers, Hostesses, we are paying $2.00 Allen, white; Mrs. Randell, Green. \
700. Also office help. Apply transportation on any live-in girl BUY AND SAVE
Aloha and AAA Employment we place. Come early in a.m. and (Hair styles, Miss S. Gadson,
Agencies, 423 NE 1st aver Phone bring clothes.ARELIABLE. the swirl; Mrs. I. Hunter, swirl;
FR 3-9813 or FR 14446. jun13FOR Miss I. Fernander, hair style and CenterClothes
EMPLOYMENT Harlem
I SERVICE party dress; Miss E. Thomas, Clothing
SALE eveningwear; Mrs. M. Brown,
Miami Beach
43'2 Espanola Way,
afternoon attire; Miss C. Brooks,
afternoon ,and evening 'We-ar.; and Shoes For The-Entire Family
BUILD? Con-
50x150 DEERFIELD BEACH Icon EXPECTING TO --
Miss V. Bodie, afternoon; Mrs. M. "
S.E. 2nd: Ct. East 9* S.E. 1st\ sult CONNIE COLLINS. TUxedo Humphrey, afternoon; Mrs. F, 1337 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 9-1508
7-6926 regarding designing, :
Terr. Terms Call Miami FRank.. Craig! ccciktall wear; Miss Eady,
lin 7-4812 inch house plans, supervision. 13 hair style, Italian bangs, French
jun roll; Mr! Retha Knight, cock-
LOT: 50 x 150 West Hollywood, tail dress; Mrs. S. McFord, hairstyle - -
Carver \Ranches Call OX 1-7784. POSITION WANTED and party dress.
EXPERIENCED waitress or coun- JOHNSON AND SONS

BEDROOM< on deep. lot. $6,500 ter girl, or cashier. Phone OX Orchids to the following beauty ,
total price. 1029 NW 55th st. Call 19517. 1630 NW 58th terr.. apt t salons for their very lovely SHOE SHOP
Mr. Devory JE 1-1235 after 12 13. : hair styles: Mary's House of .
FINE SHOE REPAIRING
noon. Beauty, Vie's Beauty Salon, Ele- .
Job OpportunitiesThe nor Bowe's West Hollywood,
We Save Your S You'.Walt. "
'r BEAUTY SHOPPE in South Mi- Greater Miami' Urban Vogue's Beauty Salon. u.Ia-WhDe .,
ami.! Must sell due to illness .
Shoes Shined and
League announces Job opportunities Dyed
Phone Mrs. Moss at CE 50777. Thanks a million one and all.Music .
for the following positions:
by recording artist Diz-
9850
6570 N.W.15th Ave. Phone OX 1
Pipefitter' Autmotive Mechanic *
t 14 ROOM rooming house, phone zy ones and his combo.
Communications Operator,
Mrs. J. Primus, reporter .
for '
NE 5-0017, ask George. Typist Clerk I, Customers Ac- I -

counting Clerk, Steno Clerk I,
FOR RENT Tabulating Machine Operator,
Clerk. Stock Clerk, Clerk Typ-
edroom stove ist, Clerk Stenographer.
MODERN 2-- apt., ,
refrigerator and water, quiet For detail information regard- THE ADULT DIVISION, OFNORTHWESTERN
Inquire 844 NW 70th( st., apt 5.mndi. ing the abqve Jobs, contact H.
Allen Wheatley of the Urban

I League or call FR 16476. SENIOR '

FURNISHED ROOMS, 2173 -NW
5th place. M30 .

NICELY FURNISHED weekly LOTS FOR SALE HIGH SCHOOL ;.

room, $10 double; $8.50 single. Easy Terms '
Mae's Guest House, .2120 Wash- Build on your lot 7007 NW.12th Avenue, Miami, Fla. PL 4-5491

ingtonSt.., Opa Locka. Phone I mine .;
MU 1-3618. 'Jun 6 or ANNOUNCES ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SUMMER
We take of
care financingNO
TERM 1959
HOUSE. Furnished, lights and MONEY DOWN
water. Close to bus line. $30 perWeek. Registration Monday through Friday
. After 6 pjm. call NA Cash paid for your lots or .
Between 2:00 and 10:00
43092. See 1346 NW 59th st. -home p.m. .
AT 7007 N.W 12TH
'
ROOM. Male or couple preferredin SEYMOUR, BARON I I. AVENUE:2"i.: :' i....>
a private home. Kitchen privileges I '
Phone PI 7-8973. 5845 NW JE 8-1340 :" .
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J ,;, DAY ADULT SCHOOL HOURS 700.1000 P.M. ; v :
12th ave.LARGE .
Licensed and Insured Builder
:*:) Evening Trade'Hours i Full ;and Part Time 3:00.10:00 p.m. .
HOUSE. Carver .
Ranches. ,
t;;/ 3:30.6:30 p.m.-7oo 10:00 p.m.
So you're looking for a large, Yr .
clean, siv-room home for rent. "
Lights, (water, stucc inside, spacious / Many Courses Are Approved for Veterans _.
yard. For this bargain, call 75x100 CORNER: TELEPHONE INQUIRIES AFTER 2:00 P.M.
.
YU 3-3622 between 4 pjtn. and
finance and build 4
0 pjn. weekdays and from 1 p.m: Will plan, .

..\o 4. pan on Saturday. your home on large corner
See lot on ACADEMIC. General

1-bedroom apartments, complete American History and Gor't General Math, English .
/with stove and N.W. 72nd St.
frigidaire. .
6400 NW 24th Court. For further Mathematics Algebra; Science: General, Biology, \.
information call OX 1-8485 and 21st Ave. Geometry, Trigonometry, Chemistry, Physic

after 1- pant or contact me a And phone JE 8-3709 Adult High School Diploma Awarded on Basis of 16 Units of Credit
;,1819. NW 69th street.
CAPPER CONST. CORP.
: GENERAL ADULT EDUCATION ..
TWO BEDROOM
House furnished.
.. Call MU 5-3604. English, Basic, Reading Clinic Public Speaking '

,, English for Foreign Born Creative Writing

J PRE-HIGH SCHOOL: Grades through 8, Adult
.
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TRADE TRAINING: Full Time and Part Time '

LUCKY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN 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 / .

,PROFESSOR BARRIE offered: 1

'901 N.W. ,79th St., PL 4-3713 Drafting Home Economics: Sewing, .. -

No. 26 Bus to 79th ,Street Custom Tailoring Cooking
Cabinet and Millwork Power Sewing vt" ,. '1..
LIFE READING GUARANTEEDTells Dry Cleaning and Laundering" TV and Radio. '1. ,I

the object of your visit without (Asking: questions. All iwho Practical Nurse. Training: S Auto Mechanicsw h: ; r ,

h dissatisfied with life should SEE PROF., BARRIE. .-- EVENING BUSINESS- COURSES .' .
: I t "
'One visit Is all that I. necessary to gain results If you are ,
Typewriting, Bookkeeping,, Shorthand, Secretarial Refresher Course:
crowed, sick, worried, unhappy and surrounded with evil ,
Influence. $2.00 Registration Fee per subject-Small Materials" Fee for some '" '

courses ,
See PROF. ,BARRIE AT ONCE!

25 years of ,Master Experience has endowed this gifted :Reader Call .PL 4-5491 after 2:00' p.m. for further information regarding the :'

with a superior knowledge of the occult science that Is seldom courses of your choice ,','

equalled and never excelled, Very few Psychics, no matter how COUNTY.WIDE'CLASSES WILL BE FOUND AT. v, .
high their standing, really understand this secret magnetic
power. MAYS SENIOR HIGH, GOULD, A. L. LEWIS, HOMESTEAD"Tallorinc .
Repair' Homemaking Classes in
READINGS DA.ILY-ALL HOURS Homemaking
Woodwork General MachineryBOOKER "
NOTICE-Beware of Inferior readers who acknowledge PROF. ". .

BARRIE Is their superior by copying my signs and. advertise, T. WASHINGTON, MIAMI '
.. Citizenship Classes Typewriting b, W ,. \ .
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in nts. There 'i'only one PROF. pARRIE. I AI ..; .
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William C. Johnson, formerly THE MIAMI TIMES-"Th< People. Newspaper;
I of Miami now living in New ; I

CARDSMEMOReALS York City, arrived in Miami on'I SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1959 PAGE 13

Sunday on ptousttnesstriip, ..
Mr. Johnson. who is the son of

Mrs. Annie Johnson of 1930 NW ........................NNN..NNN.N.Na / Mrs
CARD OF THANKSWith IN MEMORIAMIn 6th court who is also living In chairman pastor; Evelyn Asklew,

m Nqv York at the present time,
sincere appreciation: the will be ,Broward -
ordained minister
as a in
memory husband
family of the late, WIng my' the Community Wesleyan Meth- ': Mrs. Susie Daniels, principal!
-' County . of Carver Ranch's Elementary
.
.. : BERNARD BAlLJjOUIjvho odist Conference on Sunday, June
; ,
pr'JGEORGE 21 at the Union Oongregatioal School,. paid Ndw Macedonia
departed this life on May 30; News j.
'. Baptist Church
a visit on Sunday -
Church In
'New York. Mr. John-
1957... Gone, but"not forgotten .a .Iff..L./: .
(Mrs Lilian Daillou, wife son will remain In Miami until .: .<;,. .' . ____ __ *
S Saturday ... "
ByWalter I Godfrey Scavella of Carver
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i CARD OF THANKSThe tt.," < ," Ranches and his nephew, Neville
Mrs. Ward Dies Bow '. .... i..
Frank Scavella left for Nassau
family' of the late Continued from page 1 \ ._______..NN..1.___.____T________ boat on Monday for two weeks'by
MRS. 'MARIE CASH vacation. ..
Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe reported -
toould like'- to seven children. Three hove pass-
thanks and appreciation express their the ed ,and four survive: Mable I. that the Orange Blossom Mr. and Mrs.; Howard Sewell
cards Daniels, Shaddie Ward, Mar Bafautlclans Convention; held at are the "
flowers and other expressions proud parents of a baby
17-21
was
Wales from ,
May
Lake
guerite Davis' Cleomie CrOOl -
of condolence during the beauticians girl, born on Sunday last at Mt.
time of our bereavement. ton and step-daughter Lottie and a great Instructors success. Many there. She Sinai Hospital. They live at 21st
were
f Thomas Cash and Family Ward St. and' 52nd Ave., Carver
was one of the chosen 25, and Ranches. '
She was a member of Order of received "friends" at the presi-

Eastern Star, a past matron, dent's ball. linderson's
Mrs.' A. O.
member of Pallbearers, Good Mrs. Fannie Williams, presi Theran son,
who has been
DEATHSRange Samaritan Household of Ruth, a dent of Unit No. 36 of Hallan- The delivering
Miami Times
chapter of Eastern Star is namedfor dale West Hollywood, was\ hon this week goes on vacation
her Victoria Ward Cha.pter ored at the president' ball. Other Your for the sum.
mer. Sun-Tattler
of which Mrs. Irene G, Prattis delegate from this unit \were < carrier,
. matron. Mrs. Mildred James of West lady route "Jerry'Will/ take over the
Friday and Saturday and
Hollywood and Mrs. Verna Lee
also deliver the
Mrs. Ward ill for several Miami Times
Mrs. Cornelius Young pf 1270 was of Hallandale,
DEAN SR. NW 61st St., died at Mt. Sinai months. She was also president of

take this method to express their Hospital on May 23. She Is survived -> I the Golden Age Club of the
sentiments to the many friends by her husband, John Lee James E. Scott Community As- May 31 will be Building Fund

and ,neighbors for the cards, tele- Young, a son, Clarence Mofljan, sociation.All Day at New Macedonia Baptist\:
grams, floral piece and services a sister. Funeral services will be members at the human Church, 2201 SW 48th Ave., West ZEAK AND SON
rendered during his Illness' and conducted on Saturday, May 30 race were her friends. She loved Hollywood The public Is Invit-
in their hours of bereavement at 11 aim. at St. John Institut- people and people loved her. She ed to a musical ,program rendered Body Building GymPhone
SI'ecial: thanks to the Rev. L. ional Baptist Church with the was a faithful member of St. by the various choirs at 3
A. Thompson and the, congregation pastor, Rev. Thedford Johnson Peters American Catholic Church, pint MU 1-3667
officiating. Burial will be held In Bishop E. L. Petersen, pastor
of
Temple Baptist Church 1995
Also 13 N.W. 152nd St., Opa Lock
surviving grand
Evergreen Cemetery are w
the Francis Funeral Home the
Postal and Stevedore children, two great grands and a Woman's Day will be celebrated . Body building contest, weight
employes. host of friends.Richardson. at the St. Stephen's AME lifting and Mite Virginia Beach
Mrs.
Alfred Catherine; Sam Bertram Dean, wife Allyson Jones, the nine year Church on Sunday, May 31. At con teat'for 1059 sponsored by
old daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. 11 am. the speaker: will be the Zeak and Son Body Building
George, James, son Clarence Jones of 2360 NW 74th Mrs. Blocker, wife of Rev. E. M. Gym, July 4th.

"...ie."s Mrs 'Atnie. M, Hamilton, terrace, died at Jackson' Memo- I . Blocker of Allen Chapel. AME There will be trophies for anftr.t
daughter rial Hospital May 24. Besides I Church. The public Is cordially .
Mrs. Louise, White on Ii NW prIze w/nn./ ... Trophies and
daughterMiss i Mrs. Victoria Ward, 255
.
her parents she is survived by invited Rev James Asklaw, other awards for
Marjorie Dean, several sisters and brothers. 9th st., died In the Jadkson Memorial runner ups do.
daughter : Hospital on May 22. Funeral fated by various merchant of
Funeral services were conducted DEATHKey the
t community.
services were conducted by
at St. Luke Baptist Churchon
Thursday, May 28., Burial was I Bishop E. L. Petersen from the ( West) Boys, for polnte'' In. body build.
Ing .contest tee Zeak. To all
St. Peters American Catholic con.te.tint.
held at Lincoln Memorial Ceme
IN
MEMORIAM Mrs. Arabella Mannings 415 Zeak. To
tery. Church at 10:30: am. on May 27. eee secure your
Burial was in Lincoln Memorial Olivia St., died Thursday morn- number for the contest, and also
\ In remembrance of our dear Collins Park. ing, May 21. Funeral services Instructions. Not later, than Jun.
husband and father, Mrs. Luvenia of 1812 were held Sunday' afternoon, 80. J87

} ANTHONY WHITE NW 60th St., died at Jackson Stillborn Infant Millings, .May 24 at 3 o'clodt from New-

who departed this life May 27, Memorial Hospital on May 27. daughter of Mrs. Mary Millings, man Methodist Church, ,The Rev.
1955. She h survived by her husband,
W. L. Hubert officiated Surviv
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laid to rest May
was on
} He is ,gone, ,but not. 'forgotten. Robert, a nine year daughter. crs are a son, Robert, A, Mun-
May he rest In peace. Funeral arrangements are incomplete nirvss; a daughter-in-law, Mrs.

J We love you, but God lovest and will 'be announced over Seniors . fortcnso[ Munnings; three sisters. FOR SALE
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Sleep White, wife 'Mrs. Emma Jle Ton Of 15965 of 403 NW 16th st., was held Thompson of the British West Beautiful New 3 Bedroom''

And Children NW 22nd Ave. Opa Lock, died at Thursday at New Mt. Zion Baptist Indies.... two nieces, Mrs. Vir- 2 Full Bathe Garage. .
f. Jackson Hospital on.May, 27. Sheis Church, Htaleah, withthe ginia Clarke of Homestead and Oak
h survived by three daughters, Rev. A. Mason officiating She is Mrs. Margaret Curry of Key Floor Walk-In. / Closets Entry:. *

Mrs. Emma Lightsey, Annie Lee survived by two daughters and a West; a nephew Angel Torres; 3 2 Porches

IN MEMORIAM Smith and Mrs. Marie Austin, 7 son grand children, 10 great grand Largo House 70x90 lot
sons, E. C., Willie, Melvin, Clar- children.

Tn loving memory of our dear ence, Henry, Orbie and 0, D., a Funeral services for Miss Mrs. Mannings was a member Full price $18, 00 $8,000 Cash

mother, :grand, great grandmother sister, Mrs. Leanna Thompklns, Glenda James of Goulds was of Ruth Lodge No. 38, Sons and
and other relatives. Funeral ser held Saturday at the chapel with Daughters of Circle of the GUO 6635 NW 24th Ave.

MRS CAROLINE: ELIZABETH vices will be announced. the Rev C. McClary officiating.She : of Pallbearers of America, Inc.

,' RUSSELLWho is survived by her mother, and the American Legion Auxiliary Open Sunday 4 to 6
departed this life into Funeral services for Theresa father and other relatives. Burial No. 168.
and Juanita Bethel of 1384 NW
was in Lincoln Cemetery:
eternity May 24, 1931. Eight
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71st St., who were the young ,victims -
years since God took you home of a fire on May 20 will be Funeral services for George
to rest.Foldier.
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conducted on SaturdaY May 30 Sands of 1422 NW ''14th st. will
of Christ well done
at 2:30:: p.m. at Bethel Baptist be held Sunday at Baynerfboro,
Praise by thy new employ Church cf Liberty City, locatedat Ga. He is survived by his mother -
And while eternal ages run, NW 68th terr. near 17th ave.. '
and three sisters
Ret In thy Saviour's Joy. Rev. T. Rolle will officiate. Burialin $looo RewardFor
The voice at mldnfight came Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
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: Clark Russell, son 14115 Madison St., Richmond I private/ studio the person or person responsible for the burglarizing -
Milton Russell, son Heights, .died a few hours following VISIT -

Edward Russell son birth. Burial .was con- Don Strachan's Dance Studio of the home of Dennis Smith, 1295 NW 67th St.,
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BETHEL BAPTIST EBENEZER METHODISTRev. :

Richmond Heights Aaron D. Hall, pastor . "

Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor Ernestine L. Hambrick reporter ,

Mercedes Ross, reporter The church flings wide its 'Ine to C&tT4. .
Sunday was( a great day for all doors like welcoming arm and

who were present. It was home- Invites you to come. This is your
coming day and seemed to have Father's House.

been well spent Last Sunday four young people .sff; ,
All of our services on last became members of our Chris- ,
Sunday were 'beautiful and filled tian family. Rev. Hall was hap- "" .'"" '

(,with the Holy Spirit. We had a py to welcome them FIRST UNITARIANRev.
good Sunday School. Many were Sunday School teachers' are ST. MATTHEW BAPTISTRev. Woman's Day at '
present and full of expectations.The urged to be present and on time Glenn O. Canfield, minister .
activities carried on In the each Sunday to welcome; the N. F. Clark; pastor of the First Unitarian Church, Melbertha Gregg

school were many and InterestIng children. This is Important. The public is invited to attend has resigned and on June 10 he Mission w

Choir No. 2 'will have charge the seventh anniversary of the and Mrs. Canfield and daughter,
class meeting- on Tuesdav Aid Matthew's Carol, will leave Miami to make
of Pulpit Board' of St. -
Our /pastor really (preached out their home in Atlanta/ Ga. Woman's Day ,will be celebrated -

of his heart and soul In the mornIng night.The women of the church have good time on Sunday awaits you.at 3 Refreshments pjm. A- On Sunday, May 31 at 11 am. at Melbertha Gregg Mission,

(worship service. begun to work very well for theWoman's will be served just after Rev. Canfield will preach his 1643 NW 1st court, on Sunday,
On Sunday at 3 pjm. the Rev. May 31 at 3 to 6
of Day Drive which is now the program. The speaker will be final sermon, speaking on the p.m. pm.'
F. F. Senior and congregation crowned topic, "The You in Unitarian- The pastor, officers and members _
Missionary Baptist on. Who will be queen the Rev. J. E. Munroe. His topic
"
St. Mary ism. would like to have you
to the church' this year? will be, "Co-workers With
host
Church were worship with them
during the
First Annversary celebration. A We had a large number of Christ." The, famous chorus, Rev. Canfield has served the afternoon.Mrs. I

large and appreciative audience friends with us last Sunday. We Echoes of Zion will sing for the Miami church. since October of Maggie Green of Greater
were happy to have them. occasion. Mrs. Lillian Clark is 1956.
ser
most powerful .
witnessed a Bethel AME Church to the guest
Our sick and shut-ins are: president. During the social hour following -
mon. climaxed' with the Sisters Creola Parker, 418 NW the service the Canfieldswill speaker.
The day was Mrs. Hattie
8th st. Frances Turner, 2465 NW be honored and presented Brewerington is
Rev. S. A. Swain as he deliveredthe and Rev.
secretary E.
Mrs F.
in the Sunday 159th st.; Francis Hyler, 314A ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. with a farewell ffift.
final message Watson Is
service. NW 14th st.; Amy Carswell, Community Group No. 3 will pastor.
evening worship of the events were 15955 E. Bunche Park Drive. E. D. Richardson, pastor meet on Tuesday, June 2, 6:30:
The results:
Yours Truly Is recuperatingfrom Minnie T. Copeland, reporter pm. at the home of Mrs. Elsie AcknowledgementStewardess
pleasantCONGREGATIONAL
most
an ear operation last week Stevenson,. 1365 NW 23rd court,
at the-
end. Sunday School began for a barbecue supper and pro- Board No. 3 of
usual hour with the assistant sup- gram. Greater Bethel AME Church

erintendent in charge. The lesson An organizational meeting ofa through the courtesy of the Mi-

Rev. Charles Walks pastorA. MT. ZION BAPTIST was reviewed by the pastor and ', Men's Luncheon Club will be ami Times wish to thank each

E. McXeal, reporter Public! Relations Officer Rev. Lang.At held on Wednesday, June 3, Individual who attended and aid-
Luvenla Knox 11 a.m. the message was 12:30 pjm. at the Ocean Ranch ed in making the first annual
Sunday was the last day for delivered by Rev. Lang on the
Hotel, 200 SE 12th st. tea a success-
our acting pastor. Rev. Charles subject, 'The Holy Spirit is Mrs. Sarah Wilson
The Church and its Foundation: E. Pres.
Wilks who left with his family to Your Guide. Joel 2:28.: The
spend the summer at Three They church is a body of !people Junior\ choir rendered music. and ST. JAMES A.M.E. Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor
bafcxtlzed" after the pattern of our
Lakes, Wisconsin. We enjoyed Lord and united together to the Junior ushers served. Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor
having them with us. The BTU met at the usual MT. HERMON A. M. E.
Sunday, May 31, Atty. Henry carry out God's commission. The hour with Deacon Phillips in Mrs. Sadie Dean, reporterThe
Arrington will be our g u e 1s t foundation of God. The commis- charge. Let us encourage' ouryoung men of St. James, under Rer.: Samuel Gay, pastor

speaker. The following Sunday, sion is the responsibility that people to attend this ser- the leadership of Rev. H. Mc- Opa Locks
Rev. Robbie Raleigh will preachfor God has placed upon us individually Neal Harris, are staging one of Publicity Committee
to spread His word vice.Brother the greatest and rallies
us. Reddick was in chargeof programs
All friends are invited to worship throughout the nation and to let the evening service. He brought I this church has seen in a long Sunday past was a very enJoyable -

with us at 11 a.m. in the those know who might otherwisebe us another wonderful singing time, on Sunday, June?? day for the pastor and
auditorium of Seventh Day Adventist unconscious of the fact that group. The chairman, Bro., A. C. members, because they had along
School NW 50th st. at He Will Have Mercy. There is a Remember. Ushers' board No. I Smith and co-chairman", Bro. W. with the visitors members of the

25th ave. beauty in the glorification of 1 is selling bar-b-q and ice cream L. Scott, along with their captains Phi "Delta Kappa Sorority which -
God and there is harmony but added much to the
a Friday and Saturday nights are hoping to raise heat services. Pas-
most Important of all, there is a enough to cause the financial tor Gay was at his best.

MT. CALVARY BAPTIST distinct peace. thermometer which indicates the Rev T. Henderson brought the

On Sunday, May 31, the Lay- GREATER NEW BETHEL progress of this Men's Day activity evening message. This Sunday
Phyllis Myers, reporter. men's League will hold ,its regu- to burst. the Missionary Ladles, with Mrs.
Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor"I lar meeting at the church at 5 Rev. W. K, Smith, pastor You, too, can help them supply S., L. Gay as director will have

love the Lord, because He p-m. The theme is "Churchman- Mrs. R. Conley, Clerk the heat by giving of your time, charge of the morning services. ,
ship." If you are a male memberof Sunday night the pastor and
hath Inclined His ear unto me, talent and financial bacldng.
Four candidates for baptism:
therefore will I call upon Him as te Mt. Zion Baptist Church listened at evening's worship toa Come to church and "watch the members will render services for
and not affiliated with the the Rev. Albert Jones
long as I live. yet message by Rev. Leroy Jack- temperature rise by checking the pastor of
with the Laymen, please come out on thermometer. Martin Memorial AME Church
We
began our day
of
son, an associate minister Richmond
Sunday afternoon and enjoy a Heights.
Sunday School which began at
Shiloh Church in Miami
Baptist
very rich Christian Fellowship. Members are asked to visit the .
ANTIOCH BAPTIST
the usual hour with Deacon G.
he from the
as spoke subject,
There is much to be done and all sick and attend church Sunday
Mann, superintendent In charge. "Don't Bow Down in Times Like
of Rev O. W. Foster, pastor
:us who are integral parts of
The lesson 'was reviewed by Rev. "
that' church must exert our every These. A. ,L. Johnson reporter BAHA'I ASSEMBLY
Stephens.At Fifth 31 holds
Sunday, May a
effort to make it an institutionthat
11 ajm. the devotional service full day of entertainment for Sunday School was called to
was conducted by Bro. Flor.;. pleasing/ in the sight of church goers at Greater New order by the superintendent.The George ,.Savitt, press representative -
ence. The music was furnished God and to compensate for the Bethel. From 6 to 8 ajm. a wonderful devotional service was for the iBaha'i Assembly of
' by the No. 2 choir who/ sang religious freedom which we enJoy breakfast is planned by spiritually high throughout the Miami, who is known to the MI-

,( wonderfully Then our pastor delivered -; the ,junior usher board in thechurch's day. Rev. Griffin delivered both ami Times readers as Phil Osso-
the morning's message Support the Living Doll Con- dining room. Refresh- sermons. The morning messagewas fer, will speak at the Baha'i Cen-

!' subject, "God's Work. test that is being sponsored by ments are free. The class of 1059 taken from Roman 86.: The ter, 137 NW 11th ave., 7:43 pm.
Then 'at 3 pjn. the Junior the Baptist Training Union. of Mumford's Kindergarten holdsits 7 pjn. sermon was taken St. John Sunday, May 31. :His subject will
/' Church had their 2nd anniver- Choose your favorite "living doll"and baccalaureate exercises in the 3U8, "God So Loved The World. be "The Mission of The Pro- .
sary. They are thanking all the make your contribution before church's auditorium. On Satur- You are always welcome to phets." All races and faiths are

other choirs for making' their anniversary June 8, day, May 30 the Pastor's Aid Worship with us.TRIUMPH. cordially invited.
Attend church on Sunday and
a wonderful success. Club delicious dinner
sponsors a
Sunday night the devotional have a richer, fuller life. '. sale Sponsors of.all programs CHURCHPrince
I MT. ZION A. E.
service ,iwas conducted by Deacon welcome the public to attend. M.
Johnson The music !for the night MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev H. Mobley, pastor 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St.

was furnished by the No. 1 choir. S. A. Thomas, pastorD. ST. MARY'S W. M. Si,. C. McKinney, reporter Opa Locka

Then Rev. Brown came and delivered B., reporter Rev. C. J. Jenkins
another great messalge, Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor Sunday past was really a day pastor ...
subject, "The Grave Can't Hold Sunday School was largely at- 1 Mrs. S. Dawklns, reporter oft remembrance in the heart of Sunday School :............... .:30 ajn. -

Down a Child of God," found in tended. The lessons are interest- Sunday School began at the the saints and friends /who attended Morning worship ............ 11 ajn

John 119.Visitors: ingly prepared each quarter. I usual hour with Mrs. S. Dawklns the second quarterly Re League .................-............. 5 pjh

are always welcome to am sure these are some of the presiding. Classes took their respective ligious Conference in Clewiston, Evening worship _........_.. 7 pjn.w

come and worship /with us at any reasons why we have been favored places with their teachers. with the distinguished Prince W.

time. with large attendances The lesson was review
We enjoyed a short but very the Rev. H. V. Stuart. Thje service was high throughout
NEW HOPE BAPTIST' spiritual, Inspirational and inspiring The pastor being absent, Rev. the day. The topic of the school 1628 N.W. 3th Ave. _

Rev. James E. Brown morning service. The ser- Stuart was in charge of the 11 was "Xhe Kingdom Divided. Rev. Daniel' Prtdgen pastor "

Bro. Vandell Bovan pastor mon was delivered by Rev. John o'clock service. He preached The noon day service was climaxed Sunday School .._.?.. 9:41 aj.
reporter Williams, a minister of the from the Epistle of James 1:3 with a wonderful dinner Morning Worship ..-....-? 11 a.m.

.services on last Sunday were church He was a very interest- and Psalm 4:28-27; theme, "Pure and everyone ate until they Evening: worship ...__ 7:30 pjn.
most spiritual throughout the ing speaker. Religion." He preached out of his wanted no more.

! day. Sunday coming should also After the service the pastor and souul. No. 2 choir furnished The evening service !was dedicated Church of Transfiguration
be members went to Mt. Zion to music with their organist Mrs. U.
a great day beginning with to our county mothers, T.
(Episcopal)
Sunday School render a service. Higgs and No. 2 ushers served.
At three the We sometime fail to make the ,The ,pastor was back home !with James and Mother V. Mobley. 2571 'N.W. 152nd Terr. .
Rev. D A.
p.m. There was a wonderful tribute ,
Vena John E Culmer
'
sacrifice to attend night service. His children for evening service ,
Bradley of Carmel
Church and given! In honor of our two lovely: ..
Lest and to have him priest in charge
his congregation will render the I we forget, however, let Us we were glad
services in honor of : remember that in our worship, with us.eRev. county:; mothers. We were also Stanley Sweeting reporter
our special
installation services. The nine the Lard wants sacrifice, not con- Stuart delivered another happy to- haTe our state mother, Services every Sunday ,

ordained deacons will be officially venience dear friends, we must inspiring message on the subject,' M. A. Hanakins, to visit with us. Morning worship ___.. 9:30

installed and given their not be misled within ourselves.The "Choose For Yourself." The famous She gave us many encouraging Sunday School ........._......... 1030
duties. way we do our' work is ,a male. chorus furnished remarks, that will not be forgot TRINITY WESLEYAN

7pjm regular evenig test of character. The way we music with their organist, Mrs. ten.The .
vices.At We offer congratulationsto ser attend our services might we say U. HUggs and No. 1 ushers .serv night: service was conducted Rev George E. Johnson, pastor f'

the Rev. Wilbur and is our religious test ing. One member joined the by Bro. D. CarenrelL Elder C, Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter
Bouyer The Pulpit! Aid Club twill ren- Christian family Griffin and Elder N. Sconiers Sunday School 0 ....
Davis
Quillon their
Rev.ordination into the ministry upon and der a spicy program on Sunday. Remember to pray for the sick. were our speakers for the. night. Morning worship' .. .- ..ll.DC:
Young People's Meeting 8
may God forever bless and guide Friends and members are urgedto p.m. -
attend. ST. JAMES BAPTIST
,
them. CORINTH BAPTIST BETHANY BAPTIST
May we also remind members BTU ..._....__ 5:30 pjn "
of choirs and usher boards! that ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Evening Worship ..__ 730 pjn 1450 N.W. 59th St. 3078 N.W. 46th St. .
Sunday is the fifth Sunday and Visitors always welcome Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor c, .

you will ;be expected to alternate N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Sunday:; School .__ 930 LID Phone NE 5.1518 Sunday School ?...?.,.... 930 ajn

during the day. Phone FR 91424MASSES Morning Worship __.... 11:00: LID Services every Sunday Morning Service ...... 11 aon
.Board meeting will be held on 323 N.W. 14th St Sunday School........... .:a 0 a.m. BTU --JV-UJ-.T sSo p.m

Monday ,night and conference Dail' Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor i Monjin Service ......lu_ 11 a.m. Evening Serer ,:sa p.m

will be held on Thursday night Sunday,.,,... 7 a.m. & &3Q IJJ1 Sunday Services Evening Service 7:80 pin. Prayer Serge, 'nurt, 1nTHE :



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From Miami's Municipal Precinct. Court BUNCHE PARK ELEM. J: W. JOHNSON :ELEM.

JUDGE JOHN D: JOHNSON, PresidingBy rr
Elliott J. Pieze Time Spearheading the school cl Staff
Writer ing activities for the sixth grade School held its May Day Festivities ,-

.' J 1. I. . I I. 1 I ....t... l'.....,., pupils will be a social hour spon- May 15. In spite of the
.y sored by the fifth grade classes. threatening weather, we had

In the absence of the former ing Thursday, May 28, is the day quite a large audience and an
John D. Johnson I : set aside for the annual Student enjoyable evening was had by
Judge Munici- Henry Mozell '
charged with assault -
Government Day. From the beginning -
pal Judge Francis A., Sobieski, I and battery with a boardon all.The
school until
of the day theme of the activity was,
at the
presided local precinct Lizzie Taylor, fined $35 or 14. 1 o'clock the pupils will serve as "Under the Big Top." There
court Monday morning May 18.
Judge Johnson submitted his days. principal, curriculum assistant were acts from many parts of
Walter Grate changed teachers, secretaries and as cus- the world. The children playedto
resignation as judge of the local with
todians. audience.
court Monday morning. petty larceny (theft of an apple, an appreciative
a The 2 and Bennett 12 sixth
the fifth Constance
pjn. fourth, ,
With Judge Sobieski on the a potato and a tomato, valued at
bench, 'the trend of the local 35 cents, property of Mario Gon- sixth grade classes .will assemble grader, was a third prize winnerin
in the cafetorium for a well the Safety Slogan contest,
bit different from the zalez of Gonzalez Cuban Market
court was a ,
''planned which will be which Is sponsored by the Home
usual with Judge Johnson, and 1116 NW 3rd ave). Case dismissed program ,
centered around the reading of, News each year for the schoolsin
which totaled 86 due to lack of proSecution.Lester .
the cases were
and Hialeah
the class will. the Miami' Springs -
disposed of in much less time than Miller, charged w i I h
On June 1 8:00 the
at
pupils
: areas.
been the before. All of carrying concealed fined Mrs.. Shirley Bradshaw Manns,
has case weaipon
will display their talents ina Her slogan, "A bicycle is fun
many
the cases were heard and disposed $50 or 20 days. who will receive her bachelor of "
short original: skit written by but it's only made for one, was
of and the session was declared James King, charged with driv- science degree with a major in the teachers sponsors titled, among 1,100 entrants.Mr. .
adjourned by 10:30 Monday ing without a driver's license and 'biology from Bennett College "Saturday to Education." Morton, the publisher of
morning, which was some kind ofa I with driving a car withou a valid Greensboro, NC. on June 1. To culminate the activities the the Hcme News came out on' the
record. Inspection sticker, fined $20 or 8 Mrs. Manns is the daughter of pupils, teachers and some parents 18th and presented the prize of
Mr. and Mrs. John Clark of 1243
The case of Charlie Shannon, days on the two changes.! will spend a grand and well $10.
27, 326 NW 7th St., who was William Garrison, charged with NW 59th st. deserved day at Virginia\ Keys Mertice L. Rawls a sixth grader -
charged with carrying a con- carrying a concealed weapon (a Beach.Mrs. won the Good Citizenship
cealed knife was only one of the .38 revolver) fined $35 or 14 Sylvia Lambert, Prin. award for her meritorious ser-
St. Paul HoldsQuarterly
several highlight cases on the days. Mrs. Marian Dean, vice which she has so unselfishly -
day's docket. Shannon was also Thomas Hall, charged with grade chairman rendered her family, school and
charged with drunk and disorderly drunk, disorderly conduct by MeetThe community
conduct by creating a distur- creating a disturbance, fined $50 TEMPLE BAPTIST Mertice is having quite a whirl ,
bance. The incident occurred 3:30: or 20 days.Edward second quarterly conferencefor : of activities because of her win
Saturday afternoon and Shannonwas I Roman, charged with this conference year (twill belong I The celebration of the 27th anniversary ning. There was a group 'picture.
arrested at the corner of NW I malicious mischief (destructionof remembered by the members of the church and pas- of the winner in the Home News.
7th st. and ,4th ave. by Officer J. juke box and lock, fined $75 of St. Paul. tor terminated Tuesday night. The group was guest on the Jim
Bowe. : or 30 days.) The business session started I The officers and members are Dooley Show, channel 10, May
Shannon was found guilty on L. C. Kirkland, fined $15 or 6 off in high gear. The boards. deeply (grateful to the Rev. J. A. 25; she and her parents will be
both charges and was fined $85 I days. and clubs reported In full response Poitier and the Sunlight Spiri- guests at the Woman's Club on
or 34 days. Johnnie James Williams, Charged which made this quarterone tual Science Church, the Rev.N. Sunday, May 31. The prize' will
Among other cases heard and with reckless driving. bond of the 'best financially as wellas F. Clark and St. Matthew's bo presented by a member of
disposed ot were the the followInAround forfeited. spiritually. The presiding elder,, Baptist Church, the Rev J. L. the Woman's Club In our regular
Rev. W. B. Coffey, stated the Johnson and St. James Baptist Award Day exercises Everyoneis
pastor officers and members are Church, and the Rev., E. A. Cul- cordially invited.
.n
to be commended ,for such a mer and St. Mary's W. M. Churchfor Mrs. E. G. Primus, Prln.
splendid job, and If we continueto their services and fine spirit
The Bahamas follow the leadership of our of cooperation. They and the Lord's Supper" painted over the
most dynamic Wand efficient pastorwe faithful members made the occasion pool and draped on each side.
,would go further in accom- I quite a success. The Rev Thanks a million and congratu
-------- By A. H. McKENZIE --- plishing many things.On E. Hepburn delivered a touch- lations. May his tribe increase.

-_____ud______ ___n___ Sunday morning we were ing anniversary message Sunday Services on Sunday will be as
honored to have the Bishop of morning. usual.
The' Lord Bishop retured to retired on May l l'from the postof our District: in person of the Rt. Write down Charles McCloudas
Nassau from Cat Island on Sun- bailiff of the Supreme Court Rev. Sherman L. Greene. Bishop one who truly loves his GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev.

day after the dedication of St. and Deputy Provost Marshall Greene.preached a very soul stir.. church This week, Brother Mc James E. Culmer, pastor
after serving for 33 On and the spirit was Cloud without ,fanfare is
Catherine Church and the conse- years. ring sermon ( any Eddie Edward, clerk
cration of the new altar. This May 9 he was commended in the very high throughout the service. having the name painted on Sunday School ...........*.. 9:30: am
church was built by Father Chambers of the-Chief Justice by The bishop was Introduced by Temple in large letters, and Is Morning worship .... ........ H:0
Granger and, the ,people at Cat the heads of the legal departmentof the presiding elder .Rev. W. B. also having the "Scene of the I Westminster Fellowship .... fl pjra
Island at an approximate cost of the government. A native of Coffey. There w'u one person to
$11,200. The work was startedsix Exuma, Mr. Greenidge was for- Join the church in this service.
years ago. His Excellency the merly a sergeant on the Bahamas The Laymen's League of the
Governor, who attended the third Police Force. He took his first vacation church sponsored a treat In the
annual .regatta at Knowles' on in January of this year afternoon at the home of Rev. and
the previous. day, laid the cor- because of ill health. and Mrs. H. L. Davis. This effort Get .out of the rut! Come see
nerstone. netted over $100. The
Young People's Choir closed the.r
(Mrs. Agnes Mackey, well popularity contest and raised $60. Bishop HunterWHO
known in Miami, died In Nassauon At the evening service the Pre- .
Monday after a long Illness. siding Elder presented Rev. Gal-
Funeral arrangements are incom HICKS'Photo lon, local minister of Salters
plete. .. Chapel AME Church, to bring the IS WELL
A Studio evening message. He preached out
Cecil Hilton Bain, 20 a clerkIn of his soul. KNOWN AS
Total raised for the day $6$473.;
the Treasury Department, was Ultra Fine Portrait
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r PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1959 Federal -Anti-Lynch : : :


VI i Debbie's Playland Thank YouThe i '

1959-60 King priest, ,officers and committee Legislation UrgedWASHINGTON
J of Cathedral Day Program _
And Queen 'Which was held May ,17 wish to
thank friends for their
ads and our(patrons many in our souvenir Demandsfor and Frank J, Lausche (D, Ohio) ., launch a ."prettyconcerted ef;'
journal. We also thank tho.se for federal anti-lynch legislationwere who are also' ,backing civil rights fort"; in behalf of strong legislation -
,the recitations and soloson raised Congress Tuesday legislation, agreed ',the Poplar-: next, week
the many / In the wake of the FBI's findingno ville case showed' a need for fed-
prolgram.
federal law was violated the eral action
evening was Rev. L. A. Thompson. -
His Poplarville, Miss, lynch case. (But Sen, John Sparkman (D.,
speech con-
was very Sen Jaocb K. Javlts R. NY Ala. Graduates Worship
structive and inspiring: to the ( ) ) voicing traditional southern -
congregation, who so generously introduced amendments to include opposition to federal legisla- On Sunday morning at the
1 an anti-lynching provision tion lynching, said, "It.
contributed in jmaklng the pro; on meansno Church 'at the Incarnation the
gram a success. Again we thank in two pending civil rights billsan such thing"- annual,, Solemn Surig Mass for
you for a successful Cathedral, which- administration program of Sen. John Steiuiis (D., Miss.), the}Northwestern Senior High
he is a co-sponsor and a 1959:graduates, faculty and staff,
i Day and solicit your cooperationthe moderate testifying Tuesday 'before the
more bill
very near future. As we remain Democratic Leader by Senate constitutional rights subcommittee followed by the graduation break-
:' your committee Johnson. Lyndon B. did not comment directly on fast _sponsored by the Episcopal
I in the very >near (future. As we the Poplarville lynching. But ha. Churchwomen' of the Incarnation.
remain .your committee. The New Yorker opposed all pending civil., right
Mrs. Ruth Strachan, chairman; ''withdrawal from edinvest gastion bills. ,;>. J.
Mrs. Marie Brady, co-chairman; I of the kidnap murder of Stennis said Mississippi would 'Your Vote is Neededtd
Mrs. Rosalyn Seymour, cochairman Mack Charles Parker, 23, accus- not have Integrated school _"in
; Mrs. Sybil Johnson, Mrs. ed of ra/pin/g/ / a White woman, my ,time or BIt/ all/' fight the forces that seek
Vera A. ,Wilson, Mrs. Lulse Sands, showed, conclusively "the need Senate GOP Leader Everette Class
Mrs. Rebecca Johnson, Genevieve for a federal 'anti-lynch law." M. Dirksen said he understood to keep you a Second .
Lookhart', Mrs. Dorothy Sense Paul H. Douglas ('D., HL) Senate civil rights backers would Citizen
''q t Sawyer, Mrs. Iris Moss, Mrs.
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Green, Miss Emerald Wing, Mrs. t. -AIL-.:...... .11-;..1IId 11.ss.::r1A,1,11p,16.61 i;:< t:: i- c::: -16i,1Aidb- e..Ibgp11-- -O11i- -IIA-'.11-11'-AILid1- -AM-'.16i-U-..:-IIA7IA- ..IM 5'Ii
Lillian Pratt, Mrs. Wilhelmena
Parks, Mrs. Elsada Roberts, Dr. Fair i
George K. Sands, Miss Yvonne t Realty is Easy to Buy From
Bain, Miss Minerva Strachan. >4 _
I Canon Charles Cooper, ,rector ltd IIt
Rickie Harries in the circle,. the Nathaniel Rolle, i VISIT OR, CALL TODAY . PL 7-1645 t
king ior 1958-59, son cxf Mr. and Public relations chairman : .
Mrs. Charles Harries of 1954 NW -
57th st., gives up his' throne to Thank YouNu !
r the 1959-60 king, Ronnie Howard -,
t' son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard f
.i 1739 NW 59th st. chapter of Chi Eta Phi 1
|> Queen Lynn White Is the sorority wishes to thank each 1 1 rnJ '.
) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Limmle person who attended Its parlortea fit
White, 1924 NW 5th court. recital' on Sunday, May 3 at k" [\
the home of Mr and Mrs. Spencer x
You Invited
are to attend the
I Commencement program Wed- Murray, 1000 (NW 64th st. We fj r ,' tilt
especially ,wish to thank Judge
nesday evening, June 10 at 8 pan.
; at Debbie's Playland, 4800 NW Johnson and all other program n
1 24th court. participants. The combined efforts in "
We extend of those who supported us .n.:
t to you hearty ravishes -
r for and the talent of those who,} participated -
a ;wonderful summer.
tj LArll
made< our affair a huge'success. 7 Y r
.I Our heartiest congratulations 4 alt I
to first prize winner of fl'J ,n
Gray Hair i Wanted! the popularity contest Mrs. Ge-, ; I s., .w ----
neva Murray' and to Mrs. Naomi n: j1 8L
Man ,Woman
or Roberts and Wilhelmina Parker, 6.2
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NOW YOU CAN LOOK runnerups.
; 20 YEARS YOUNGER Chi 'Eta Phi -will again awarda ..ns
'\ with science's newest discovery scholarship to a local high @
I Say goodbye to GRAY HAIR with school senior to pursue a,nursing i. e
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career, Thanks! again and .u
.,I new pomade discovery./ Apply a&ain f
: for your ,
Imply/ as you would your reg. cooperation. u'
War/ halrdreMlng.' Impart naturallooking Mrs. Juanita Mann, txaslleus .
color, leaves hair r '
beautiful! soft and lustrous.Won't Notice r WHY PAY RENT ? .
rub off, wash out. Non-
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hair Pomade,No other conditions hair dressing and grooms need, months.open Hot during lunches the served summer daily. Brand New 2-3 or 4-Bedroom CBS .H..s,.

ed. Send only $2.00 (tax Included Pickup and delivery service. '
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I t anteed. Introductory offer for 4-0576, Juanita: Jackson.J6 MOVE IN NOW ONLY $495 DOWN NO CLOSING COSTS ;

limited time. ,No C.O.D.'s, pleats. See these new homes in lovely ''North Miami Beach. city water, paved.

AUNTIE-GRAY POMADE FOR SALE streets, close to 163rd St. shopping centerJNo' qualifying, anyone* lean .
HAIRTO'NE' OF MIAMI .. buy. Only one payment each 'month.: Do not wait. Why pay rent? See ..

Suite 8, 8163 NE 2nd Ave 8-Room House open models this Sunday at N.E., 151st Terrace and N.E. 14th Court.. .
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LJ 11/8 Baths Brand New Liberty City Owner 111 Must Sell

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to .keep you a Second Class. Can'be seen daily right in. .. income. By appointment.

Citizen.. I 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Corner, terrific locations Good lease.
Y Only Down
.' $995 Grosses $350 week. Booths, counter !
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SERVICE CALLS Day or ,Night .................... $2.56 preciate. Our agent on premises thisSunday screened Honda range.room, A beauty.rear I 1I I '

Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges ? Only one payment each month. No I '
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