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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: June 6, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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'36THYEARNO.41 -. ..,.' '.'. '..;'., MI.f\MI. PLOIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1959 PRICE EN 16 PAGES M

Senate Votes $500,000For It's Graduation TI i e gain . .:

Race Propaganda. THE CLASS OF '29BTW'S 2nd GRADUATING CLASS ..

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mils week. the !Florida SenateIn
4thfcT; session 0:+heat :pd fury
over the question-' of desegregation CROSS BURNED

in public schools,, s passed IN MIXED ![1 11 t
and sent po the governor a bill
{ asking for a haJf-rnUlkai-dollar'. NEIGHBORHOOD ..
appropriation to sell the Yankeeson

the South' race relations The home of a Negro' who recently l 1w
philosophy The vote ,was 2610. moved into a white neigh-
borhood was stcned Wednesday
Under the bill state commission
a .
night sherrifs deputies said.
would' .work with; other Bonnie., Perry, 45, who moved
Southern states
to tell the North
into a home at 2775 NW 56th st. M
how the South treats its Negroes.
two weeks ajo, 'said two front
Sen. Charley Johns urged that "e? a
windows of his home were
Southern Negroes be tele
put cn
smashed by stones before
vision to tell their own story to 9 .
the Northern states.
Last Sunday someone planted

Our state legislators seem to a burning cross on his front lawn,
have been doing a R Winkle: cr they must have bee n is a sign frequently used -by the IY r d .
living in" a world all their own Klu-Klux Klan' to show its dis
tort {any decades. With all the approval
.l>oofcsY<'pewn"apers and magazine The Perry home on the edge
articlesjielling-the world how of the Negro ,district is flanked .
the/-Dixie treats its Negroes, it on both sides by nvhlte homes.
doei4noJseem there is anything The demonstration has .caused I
new t under the Southern sun to no alarm among Nejroes, moving
be told.Jacksonville's. ** into the neighborhood The second graduating class J. Pieze W. Eugene Duncombe, cJ&a1 of Dorsey Jr. High; Elliott

I from Booker T. Washington was J, Kenneth Johnson. J, Pieze newspaperman and'.
Sen.V yne MIAMI DOCTOR in the limelight Tuesday when radio newscaster; W. Eugene
Ripley, "total "
declared a segregationist, Alumni Reunion Day was cele Seated: Dorothy Johnson (Mc- Duncombe, :head of BTW's science
good if the that it wouldQ't do any AMONG HOWARD brated at the .school. Members of Kellar), Elva ,Amena, Cobrltha department; Dr. J. -K. Johnson
lion_ dollars South spent five mil GRADS the class of 1929 Joined with the Bell:!, Terrlcita Butler (Pinder), prominent medical doctor; Mrs.
U. S. to try to offset the classes of 1939 and 1949 in honoring Arthurine Collier (Chavis) and Dorothy McKellar teacher at .
Supreme Court decision. un their graduation anniver Sarah Alexander Floral Heights Elementary; Mrs.
North. Some 650 siudents
in Htoward saries. Some members of the class Arthurine Chavis. head of Curver -.
University's ten 'schools and colleges Standing left to ,right: Clar- still living in Miami are, Dr. High's science department mndV:;' "
will graduate today (June ence R. Hojan, Jerome JamiJoan1u.el Clarence R. Hogan--prominent' Jerome .Jamison, Liberty. ,City' ;;
GUNMEN GET 5)) at its 1>lst annual '
Commencement -,
.OTanner .Cohen dentist f-SlUnvel.O..COnert' resident .
$ ; ;EUiott ;+ ; print f'
The exercises; beginning ai{
$5,500 IN HOLDUPWalter 5:30 pan will be held in the uP- ,
per quadrangle of the campus, In 'I'
J. Kardys, 34 manager front of Frederick Douglass Memorial HONOR .STUDENT 3 MIAMIANS GET 4 MIAMIANS .
of the Sam Marino Service Hall.Eighteen .
850 NW 7Jct st., was shot of the graduate are WINS MANY DEGREES ,:AT ST.AUGUSTINE'S ,...
Thursday, 5 p.m.rwlhen four Ne from Florida. The three from INSTITUTE i

gro bandits held up the jukeboxand Dade County are: Herbert "H. AWARDS Dr. Andnfv C. Preston, Commissioner
vending machine company. Greene. M.. D., son of Mr. and of Education of the?
The robbers forced Mrs. Daniel W., Greene of 13940 St. Augustine's College, Raleigh -
seven employees Virgin Island, called for more
N.C, conferred
degrees -
to lie on the floor, shot Jackson st., Richmond Heights; forceful leadership in nationallife
the 92nd
89 seniors May 25 at
the manager while kneeling and Roland C Burroughs, B.s., son' at the 89th annual Commencement .
Commencement exercises. The
got away with 5500.S of Mr. and Mrs. Vernald C. Burroughs t exercises held June,
Three of the bandits had 1720 NW 5th ave., and 1 Rt. Rev Thomas Henry Wright
pta 1 at Hampton Institute in Hampton
DD., Bishop cf the Diocese of
tols, and one had a shotgun Derrell C. HoPkins, MJ371 Va.There.
which he hid in NW 16th st. East Carolina, gave the principal
a pillcjw master'
first. case at j address. He was .introduced by were 25 andbachelor's
the Rt. Rev. ''Richard Henry Baker : degrees awarded m
Most of the money, about DJX, chairmah of the boardof Ogden( Hall on the college cam-
$4,000, was in nickels dimes -''I'.w.
and *. _
1' .. trustee and DIsh .
quarters from jukebox, candy t ,I' Dlccese of Nprth Carolina Among the seven from Florida
.and pinball: machines *" awarded the bachelor's degree In
Thieves broke Into the Marino 'Miamians among those receiving Teacher Education area; Doretha .
storehouse on Wednesday night .,>. the bachelor of arts degree I Deborah Davis Del ores Vande-
and stole $700 worttjuof clmrcts are: Freddie Davis, Maxine Me I lyn Love and Edith Yvonne.
and $250 cash.Wedding t....( Kenzie, Stafford1 I Sweeting,; Mar-I'' Moon, and Dorothy Mae Louis
1'1. lon PolUer,. Deerfleld Kelly Richmond Heights.


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I ..:c .( Lang Hadley, ,a senior of ]North.western .r

,>... iv :: ( High School, has been
I awarded a scholarship' of $250 to r c
Morris Brown Collage. He has
also awarded a scholarship of 4
also been awarded a scholarship
.,: cf $325 to Morehouse eoue,..
The 1949 alumni of Dorsey Jr.-
...... Senior High School awarded hima I

$75 scholarship; the Northwestern -
MAGNA CUM LAUDE-Miss Senior High PTA, a $100 I IM

Carolyn M. User, daughter of scholarship. f't'
l Mrs. Emma Bain of 1971 'N.W,
entered fn the 1958
Second Court, who recently gradu-. Florida Science Fair in
uated with honors from Florida
v N. and I. {Memorial College at St. which white student partidiated'As
result he received second
.. a
;. Augustine, Florida. Miss aIn t
; achieved the highest scholastic prize. M
average in her class. She /was lie is president of the Boy '
'lduateddatlla Cum L&ude" Counselors and member of the r -T. i
meaning-with great praise. Natlcnal 'Honor' Society, Mathematics -

and Mrs. Charles Byrdsotvg, Club. and U graduatingwith Eleven students from Florida Reid Webster, Tampa,' Muriel J.
proudly announce the engagement honors. were among the 245 undergraduates Bartley. Daytona Beach; and

and wedding of their arid Mrs. Willla'"Aaron Scott, 1510 Lang also has a sister, Shirley and 25 graduate students Ruth Houston, Tampa Second: ...
daughter, Mss Blanche Charleue NW 70th at.>}' attending Grambllng College in receiving degrees during Ten? row: Meharry Lewis, West Palm . 4,
Byrdsong to Thomas Ellis Johnson Miss Byrdscaj graduated from Louisiana; and a brother, Craw- nessee State University's 47th Beach; Vernon C. Mays Miami; ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dorsey High School and attended ford D., (who Is attending Mitchell annual Commencement exercises Clifford James Johnson, 'Ml A. ,;
Johnson Sr, 3441 Florida Ave., Bethune-Cookman College. She is College in Now London Monday morning, June 1, degree, Pompano Beach, and 'e
Miami. a member of>the UlUe C. Evans necticut. Lang plans to attend Pictured (1 to r) first rotor: Benjamin Butler, Pensacola;.+i +I'

Wedding and reception June 28 faculty Mrs. Alese GUI, principaL Conn. Lang plans: to a t t e d Constance Surles, Pensacola; John L. ,Balnea, Peniacola. and .
at the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. I Georgia. Eunice L Drake Miami; Mary William F. Grar Mt-mi.k. ...f,


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THE MIAMI TIMES-"Th. Peoples Newspaper"PAGE WRIGHT ''HEADS FREE TRAVEL the week directory that the,Guide announced to Travel this

'JUNE 6 (1959, GUIDE READYThe consists of many new features to
; COOKMAN enhance the comfort; and pleasure
of the traveler. It contains
H A. Directoryand many
1&59 N.
facts and statistics that
ALUMNI AGAINThe 'Guide to Travel Is again:/ this are of
According: to Populations .' being distributed free of great value to tourists. .
National Alumni Associa- year
For your free copy write: Dykes
tion of Bethune XJookman College charge to readers of this paper A. Brookins, National BustneSs'Enterprises
closed its mst successful year and prospective vacationers. 602 *
DADE COUNTY SHYi em.bleslhe High St., Newark
Th's! important guide
according to the president's report 2, NJ.Your.
who takes to
Saturday 23, at the National Negro traveer:
the road to find the best tvall-
meeting on the college campus. I

40,000 NEGRO VOTERSA The their rc financial'ort praised support the to alumni the college for- able modaticns hotel and throughout restaurant the accom-United Vote is Needed

which exceeded any year States, Bermuda, Canada, Alaska, ,
since the association was organized Hawaii and Mexico. 116 W. FUgler St.
dire emergency exists in The association held its Dykes A. rBookins, publisher oi ,

Dade County as it pertains to our Earl Davis, field representata-, regular annual session Saturdayin .
Negro electorate because out of tive of Birmingham Political Ed- Moore gym where it made A'
approximately 120,000 Negro cit- ucation Off the CIO-AFL and W. plans for next year.
izens we have cnly 20,00,0 regis. the The association held Its regu-
C. Patton are Jointly serving
short of about lar election with these results:
tered. We are
Crusade for Voters directing
40.000registered Negro voters Reelected for another two year
the Bo
according to our population. Be- program. term were Willie J. Wright, Mi- $5.,990Cash n
cause of our poor showing! in the The organization has chosenE. ami, president! ; William Jackson,
recent ,political campaigns our A. Ward to be chairman} of the Ocala: ,, vice president; Zelma
present outlook of :political Influence finance committee' whose specific Black, Miami, corresponding and
Is very bleak (ie) those who duty is to raise sufficient. moneyto recording secretary; Nathaniel BUYS NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOME
are elected to office or appointedas finance this campaign. It is Davis, Jacksonville, treasurer and
public servants have Just about' expected that this campaign will James E. Huirer, executive secre- PLUS A 4-UNIT FURNISHED APT.
written us off as a political fac- be a brief bud intensive one tary; elected for the first time
tor. Therefore, in a way they do whose goal is to register/ 40,000 were Louise Foster Sanford, parliamentarian HOUSE IN TOP LOCATION
not 'have to listen or talk to us in citizens within the next 90 'days. ; James Monroe,
planning for the Negro communIty The minimum consecutive budget Melbourne: chaplain.
or the total community. We etc do this job is '$3,000. In the afternoon meeting plans Close to N.W. 7th Ave.I I ,
must do something about' this were discussed for the staging of
tragic situation now. Recognizing sympathically the the annual "Miss Alumni", con-
The Crusade for Voters Is a several worthy drives now goingon test held each year aMiomecoming In Edison Center Area
county 'wide non'"l 8rtisan organization we believe that this community and the purchasing erf property ina
recently created to do but cannot afford to not take I new development: In the Miami o
one Job and that is to register immediate action in this project.We area.
Negro )jcltlzens in Dade County are appealing to churches, r Dr. Richard V. Moore, president OWNER-FR 3-3654 I
Several permanent committees social clubs, Greek letter organizations of the college welcomed a
have been appointed, among PTA's and other organizations large delegation of alumni and the
which is the finance committee. and individuals to make 131 graduating seniors FOUNDATION INVESTMENT1
banquet at 8 p.m. where the group i
was addressed by Mrs. Elizabeth ,
Johnson, principal of Phyllis COMPANY '
I St. James AME Kindergarten Wheatley Elemetanry Schol of
Miami, who challenged both
alumni and seniors to be true and 1208 Ainsley' Bldg.
loyal to their alma mater.

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Immediate and substantial con-
tributions.You .
are urged to make your
contribution by cash or check to _
the office, 636 N.W. 2nd ave. or
to Dr. E. A. Ward or to some Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

member of the ,finance committee. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR' 4-2376

Members of the finance com THE FINEST, PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES .
mittee are:
E. A. Ward, chairman; Rev. E. Delicious Candies
T. Graham, co-chairman; Mrs. Gifts -of all descriptions

Pcrtia Bannister, co-chairman; Patent Medicines IncenseA
Clyde Klllens, co-chairman; Mrs.
Mary Ford Williams, cochairman; complete line of Drug Sundries at popular pricesA
:\ Samuel Moncur, co-chairman; selected variety of human' hair''
Garth Reeves, Mrs. Mary Lou
r11/ 'Brown, Arthur Miller, Lloyd Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.'
Burnside, Charles Hadley, JohnH.
; Barkley, Rev. Reginald Hall, John A. McMinn, Owner Ir
Mrs. Mae Wood Tucker, Mrs. : .
Rosa Lee Wesley, Richard Pov-( ,. yI -. ,- -
ell, Mrs. Josephine Dunn, John A.
'" : McMinn, Mrs. Marion Muldrow,
Mrs. Myrtle M Bethel, Mrs.
", Clcra M. Pearsell, Daniel H.
r.a Lang, Mrs. Doris L. Yaeger, W. C. .
.. Cogdell, Charles A. Lockhart Albert -
D. Moore, Rev. Thedford
., "'" Johnson, Mrs. W B. Sawyer,
Mrs. Cherrye M, Boyer, Sumner
Hutchtson: Jr., Mrs. Essie Mae
Hauans, Percy Peek, Neal Adams
Andrew Lemon, W. O, Perry r,
Mrs. Elizabeth: E. Jomnson,, Otis .
James, Dr.: Nathaniel Colston,
Dr. George Sands, Dr. Joseph
I Portier, Mrs. Eloycc D. Watson.REDUCING I


Would you like to reduce?,

Trim off unwanted inches?
Join the Easy Method
Reducing ClubNo

disrobing N your druggist cannot supply you
The PTA and students of St. Brooks, daughter of Mr. and "Mrs. No strenuous exercise ,
SEND tl for tbeu MAfiiC$ TEAM MATES
James AME Kindergarten wishes Jalmes A. Brooks and our kingis No starvation diets
to thank their' kind"friends for Kenneth Miles, son of Mrs. Just relax_ and enjoy It

their wonderful help during their Christine Miles. Timmons' and Edjward Call NA 1.0470

May Day ,King and Queen ,con-
OX 1.9710
test May 15. 'Our graduation Is June 11, 8:30 4I For FREE Pick-up and

Our queen Is Patricia Ann p.m. The public Is Inyited. See coupon on another page ,P Delivery Service'on

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PIANO SICK ? I "Prescription Compounding

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SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. I Electrical Contractor J Sundries Gifts


AND ORGAN SERVICES N cuss Call us" We.: Greeting Cards

1935 N.W. 153rd St. 0 SERVICE PHONE OX 1.3625 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
MU 8-3770 Night or Day Ite tetrd Pharmacist Phone FRanklin 3-2932 +

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.,'; > Aloiig Freedom's Road STATUS ,OFCRUSADE SATURDAY, JUNE 6, !1959 PAGE 3 '

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\ ------ .By RUTH PERRY ,FOR
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.1 "";",,. --- -- - ---....... ..... -..- -.....".. .... VOTERS i .
, .,' The current session of the to protect it against unfair and Crusade for Citizenship. (Martin
':\ Florida State Legislature\ is nearly discriminatory state legislation. L King:) .

.';: f::, over. All of us have seen ,and These cases come from Alabama, April 7 ........
, '\'i;. heard reports on the atmosphere Arkansas, Florida and Georgia.In Fob 18, 1958 ................ $1,157.08
, "'tt I .' ,of racism: that has prevailed each case, state officials are April 7, 1958 ...............,.....,.. 155.00:
f/l\ throughout all' its committee trying to ':0'.1 meetings and general ,sessions. membership lists. Pade County Young Democratic
-' Perhaps the most extreme tills Asacciation (Congressman Diggs, )

'. have not been passed, but thereis State law enforcement officials May 11, 1959 .....,.............. $168.00:
no doubt in anyone's'mlnd that want those lists because they Contribution (Zoloth Family:)
can be used to broU-ibeat, and Intimidate $10.00
:the maintaining of segregationand
the status lsuopermost in members of NAACP Total............... 1512.08 ,
branches Behind the laws' lies the
the. oif Florida .This does not include $168 I
thoughts and senators. representatives southern belief that !If the NAACPcan paid by Young Democrats for

be hamstrung the fight .for COD literature for Registration
WHAT leAN WE DO? civil rights can be delayed or Campaign< and $35 paid for sec
defeated at best. retary. Therefore, total Diggs a
.. ...Grumbling, talk., land, wishful contribution amounts. to $360. I
thinking about the situation here It, is true that the Associationis

i in Florida' and the South is getting the_ only organization presently Expenses: j.

us no ip-lace.! Talk Just stirs active on a large scale in trying Perry Florist ....................... $1000
the air around us and doesn't to Implement the decisions in Carver Hotel
i get us one inch nearer our goal the school and other civil rights (M. L. King) ...,............,. 19.49 ....NEW YORK Therese' Wash National Foundation. Therese,
of "Free bv 63.." However action cases. A setback' for the NAACP J. O Brown (Expenses ington, 18, Just elected '"Queenof 1005 St. Nicholas ave., a clerk-
-constructive action has al- would be a blow to civil, rights. M. L. King, luncheon the Tage' One' Ball" of the typist, employed by Ihe Amsterdam ,
ready proven its effectiveness in The southern states also know (Belchers) ...........,................ 14.87 Newspaper Guild of New' York News, won ever) 59 other
and first Negro to win the contest contestants representing 15 naws-
E. T. Graham (Ace
other and could do the their to
areas that even if efforts
same for u4 here in Miami. I am cripple the NAACP fail, the lawsuits Rubber, Stamp) ...............-... 4.79 cine,' received shot well her first ahead Salk of vac- papers and magazines in the
Crusade for Citizenship the city, Other girls waiting their
thinfrimr mainly right now about will at least have the effectof
the voting situation. There is no concentrating a part, of theAssociation's Atlanta, Ga.) ..,........,... $50000 high-incidence season for infan turn for their vaccine shots are
better to correct time and Miami Times' ,....................... 40.17E. tile paralysis. Inoculating' her is Fritzi Jahn left and Dorothea
way a wrong: energy Dr. Thomas M. Rivers, vice president ( )
no better way to clear the air of money in its self-defense. Every T Graham (Traveling for medical affairs of the Banks.
segregated contamination; nobetter dollar spent to defend its right to expenses to Richmond
war to start giving preju- exist is subtracted from the mon Va for Crusade) ............ 162.48
ri'ce' and discrimination the final: ey the NAACP could, and would, Petty Cash and poppy: SALEDade Saturday, June 5 and 6.
blow than ... bv every qualified fiend in trying to secure the )recinct map, ..............?..... 34.00 Please help these veteran, -
Negro Ins the Miami area taking rights of Negroes.We Barnett's Incaprinting 'County's only Negro VFW their :woman's auxiliary and this
the time and effort to registerand ( ) ............................ 35.02 post, The Melvin R. Jackson Jr. worthy cause.
'vcte when the,polls are open. can't keep the states from Secretary (Mable Marks) 17.00 post 5693 will have its Annual James E. Lucas,
passing the kind cat legislation John O. Brown (Rail/way/ Bud Poppy Sale this Friday and I Local director
LOOK AT (BALTIMORE under attack nor can we keep express: COD) ,............:...... ...95
thorn from subjecting the NAACPto Barnett's, Inc.Printing --- ----- -

In the last few years, leaders long and costly litigation. ( ) ............................ 13.13
, in the Negro community and Negro What all of us can do is to Guaranteed Sales .........._... 25.50
civic: grouos have been conducting double our contributions to the Secretary (Marble Marks) 35.00 STAR MEAT MARKET
a ,steady and widespread NAACP to help provide some of Secretary (Mable Marks: ) 35.00 '

campaign. to have members 7f the money that is needed to defendit Excelsior Press .................... 60.26
their race register and vote in and ourselves from segregationist Secretary (Mabel Marks) 23.34
Baltimore. Four years ago 184 attacks. Otis James (printingand \1' 62nd
per cent of the registration total post cards) ................ 20.00 . 1520 N.W.
consisted! of Negroes. Now Negroes I W. C. Patton (room, board .

represent 243 per cent ,>f East Meets West etc) .....?............................. 109.67 o
the present total But the fain Sir John Restaurant THE MARKET 'WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
bv the Negroes might -be' better. Party Success (refreshments and, food
understood through a look at the for John Brooks ............. 11.51J. .
actual registration figures. '. Don Strachan's Studio of Dance O. Brown (petty cash for
In' 1953, according to the Baltimore'and room (flor
oft with successful hit
Sun, there were 397,000 came a Brooks) .............................. 17.73
affair Saturday night at the Jim
registered voters. Of this total Jam Club W. C. Patton (room and Fresh Meat-Low PricesCLEAN..CLEAN

324,200 were white and 72,800 of India featured Men her Rosemonybeng and board) .....,........................... 26.00
were Negroes The total has now songs Secretary (Mable Marks) 3 .OO
tasty foods at an East meets West
I Increased to 430000. But the division William McBride sign for

is now 325,000 whites and i party. Music by Archie Donaldson's office) .................................... 15.00
104,600 Negroes. As will be noted Calypso group, formerly un-
der the direction of Lord Flea
the white total has increased by Maintenance! of checking

only 1,200, the Negro total by was very entertaining. account ..._.................,......... 14.00
31800. In other words, the whites I Mr. and Mrs. Fife of Richmond Rubber .stamp and tax ........ 1.03 . .
did little more than hold their Heights and students of the Don Total ,........... $1,324.94

own, while the Negroes were Stranchan's Studio gave a splendid Credits ........,,.........;..,... ....$1,512.08Expenses
increasing their potential by 45 demcnstratlon of cha-cha. The .......-................ $1,32494 CLEAN.
ent. If it done Bal intrarracial (guests applauded Balance on hand ..............., $187.14 .
tianore. loudly to the performance of co- $187.14 w ?,wwM awM '
median Flip Wilson and the 'humor -
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The following editorial was Other guest stars were Ailleen -
published in the California (Los Santi and Barbara William Calypso Gray Hair Wanted! ,
Angeles) Eagle, April :30, 1959; dancers and Yvonne Duval. To
and entitled Attacks, on NAACP: greet the guests was the petite Man or Woman

The NAACP has six cases Afro-calypso dancer, Renee NOW YOU CAN LOOK r' { tik
pending in the Supreme Court in Strawn, .dressed in an authenticsari. 20 YEARS YOUNGER

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.i :...", '- recent convention of the Episcopal Diocese of BRANCH' '
Long Island, N.Y the Rt. Rev. James P. DeWolfe, Bishop SCHOOLIN '." : .
the convention, 600 strong representing 172 congregations :\ "

unanimously backed the bishop's stand opposingany 'RICIiM.OND''I'

segregation in :the churches of the Diocese.

Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, 'Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 Thebishop said : "People are, to be dealth with, not
,., ..* Plant, at 6740 N.W, 15th. Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 on the basis of differences in race or color or language or As the result of an Invitation
,creed to bring the "arts" to Richmond
but on the basis of their qualifications. "
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Heights'the Fine Arts Conservatory .
.: ,." /"i; , : qualified should be open equally to all men of goodwill." school in this flourishing community
\. ;&t. E SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor on Saturday, June.8.
''' GARTH C. REEVES, Editor
: i"\O.: $' Managing In Indianapolis, Ind., the supreme body of the United Registration is at 9:30 a.Jm and

Presbyterian Church in the United States will or has pe under the supervision of Mesdames -
v ;..,r YE EDITOfe'S. NOTEBOOK. titioned congress to make the '
f.. ', permanent agency with "such additional powers as may ,Gray, chairmen. ,,for, the area. ,
EDUCATIONALLY. :SPEAKING be needed to increase its effectiveness." Ruth Greenfield,. director. of
this non-profit school4announces"a
.Sc'hools'closed' this week arid"students; are at large, In a proposal to be put before the 171st General As complete summer program of
fred to go and come as they please for the summer months. sembly of the denomination, the church's social educa music, dance, art and drama can
Why not? After' nine months of study a vacation is in tion and action ,committee charged that "a most serious be realized if the Heights citizen
pattern of injustice in our social order is ry will come out and give the
order.But to be found i in school its .
it will not be much, of a vacation for high school racially discriminatory practices of "'church-. society and support. .'"' <
graduates. Many of them.want to further their educationand government." ,This Saturday classes,in ballet
in'order to do so must find a job. This is not altogeth- begin at 10 a.m. Piano. ". .classes
eraneasy.task: but those who keep on trying, will in all The icommittee said HC e r t a i instates by and the modern 'dance; : art, pro..
probability' legislative and procedural innovations have abridged the gram for children 3-J4) } will'b* .
find something to do. Where there is a will '
civil arranged at registratioa
of ; All
and ,
there is a persons group active in the attempt
way.Teachers forms of is
to achieve racial desegregation." drama in the* offering
must work a few days more, while many It said "sufch devices It is up to you to make these

will! be on. vacation, .some_ will be ,engaged in summer off+ntinnnl rr are ungodly as they are uncon- ,classes ct"M..::,:...,..u"'...",successful.,, .#..v"._ 'eu"._, _IIA\l_Register. _K'..... ana__...I 'ea-this_..
8CI1UU1! WUJA. VJl/IlClO will UH entering the major, institut.ions ucational summer of ,fun. in the
of learning in the country for further study. This is most I ANOTHER PIONEER PASSES arts.The "

commendatory, but it is also expensive. It's too bad that Samuel Minnis Fine Arts Conservatory is
the doors of state ,and local universities are not all open the Jackson another pioneer Miamian' ; died in in residence at the Carver,YMCA
to these educators. : Memorial Hospital on Thursday evening, where classes'in the",arts are.being
** May 28 at the age of 89. held all summer, also,;EnrpU
However, this closed situation beneficial
proves at either ,
plate most conyenien l to.-
that it gives our educational,system the benefit of a wider Mr. Minnis'came to the United States at Key West you. I !,.... : .

experience.At in has the year 1899. Sixty years ago he came to Miami and ..."" "" ........................................................../.....' .....t7:
the present time, we have teachers in Dade who lived in.this city ever since. :

study, and masters degree from Columbia Uni- Mr. Minnis, for many years, operated a successful Now Open!' _.,,,,,..
versity, New York University, University of Michigan, bicycle business on his property at NW 17th street'and
Cornell University, Atlanta University, Howard Univer fourth court. '

sity, Wisconsin, Boston, Havana I and University of For: many years he has been a vestrymen of St. Agnes' SHOE. SHOP;

Pennsylvania and others'we cannot now think of. Episcopal' Church and also senior warden. ..
'Funeral services, with a Mass of Requiem 842 N.W. 3rd Arc: "
old adage : were
says: experience teaches wisdom. held on
So as we see it denying Wednesday morning at 10:30: the Ven. John E., Your Shoes Talk About You .
our in Culmer
Florida the B.D. L.L.D.
I ; rector, officiating. ELITE SHOE REPAIRING keeps -
privilege of doing graduate work in, thq ,, He is
state at the Uni- survived by two sons Eugene them looking like NEW\
TTnlvor versity of lfv Florida, the Florida State University and the and two daughters, Wilhelmina and Jerolene.A. .and Robert Give us a trial . N*(. ,,..,
of Mlaml.has Wen a Vilaoatnrv' ar..ltarn.tan! Arthur "Key West" Sands;,' prop..

some day the present' state -d-f (a i barriers -will be I, .......,... .................................., ... ... .. .......... ........"" :".
!removed. :Until that time comes, our teachers will continue C. ADMINISTERS 7 '.
to do graduate work at the major institutions of learning

in the country. They are to, be congratulated.,. AND DEACONS' . ENROLL NOW IN .
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Among the 60 Dade County teachers retiring at the a Life Long Profession
I end of this school The Ministers and Deacons' "
year ar ['IVIrsMamie', C.. Straughter, Union : :'
of Atlantic
Mrs. Loretta K. SowelPand";) Irs. Minnie. Swann, all from Association met with New Baptist Mt. Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete,'School ':':::\
Elementary School; '. '"
< Baptist Church \
;;; 1011
Mrs. Straughter has served for 43 years in Dade last weekend. The Rev. H. W. 2nd Avenue. fR' 4.9998.SOOTIN'S ./

County, Mrs. Swanmfor.2$ and Mrs.'Sowell 'for 16 .years. Mosshost; pastor and presidentof .

Mrs. Cloie Sweeting, a member of the ,faculty of the gregation the union and, with many hls}friends loyal, con-

Floral Heights School retires after serving, in the County entertained the delegates.. royally
system for 40 years. *
Mrs. Alma Brooks, retiring principal of the Bunche West Rev. J. A. King of Ebenezer,
Palm Beach, delivered TVFor
Park the
Elementary School, has served 24. .years in Dade introductory sermon. Friday
County. '. mcrnin' ,r. Rev, J. I* Johnson and Reconditioned TV's From $19.95 ; I
On Wednesday afternoon the Dade County School choir, .of iSt. Jamesserved' that For The Finest Service on All TV Makes & Models: .
Board ,
recognized the long service given these
evening "
Try ;* *'
at a specialt us You'll Like us |
ceremony: when .certificates were 'l\warded. A number of deacons and min 321 N.W. ,
3rd Avenue
'. 'I isters: participated in an interest- FR 3.1689'More
.. lag and informative discussion than 25 years of reliable service,

The Dade' County School Board on Thursday' decid Saturday ,morning The tc 1c was -
Plan f or financing
ed against accepting $7,750 from Federal His
funds for a Church.. The Rev. Joseph Smith .t
summer' guidance and testing project. The money, is be I Bible "' expositor, gave, the sumrn -,
ing distributed through the State Department of Ed\ cb:- ry; ;and" Deacon A J.',:lianrta; ,I

I tion.made available, by the, National<<;>> ,Defense. ,Education the vice, president, presided., DANCE! 'Ii ,
Sunday !"
I The $7,750 could ,have been' used to pay Guidance spiring The services Rev. E.were W. very Williams In-

Directors of the project for two weeks. The project aims and choir of New Bethel Baptist DON STRACHAN DANCE STUD/OS/ Y
I at helping seventh and tenth grade analyze their schedules Church, Liberty City, had charge
fnr* the i coming' school .ree. .. during th morning and the Rev. I CHILDREN
T. C.. AW1rlne and---- -nl....nlr... ...w... 114,&.. AND ADULTS .f,
I Olivette brought the meeting. to Give children
OBSCENE LITERATUREThe a close cn a high note Sunday this your an opportunity to learn to:*dance
summer. A
night special
summer rate.
j Post Office Department reports'that large quan The Sunday Studios in "
every community for.
titles of obscene Missionary your convenience
literature and pornographic films are Society' 'and 'Training Union .
being circulated' throughout,, the: cou.ntryi'uch] of this I presided 'over by Deacon Charles were o Modern Dance Classes offered ins ,
mail comes from New York and California. . E. Gibson' -Mrs. E. J. Clark, and Afro-Cuban Ballet Preparation, : .
The postal service is Mrs..K. Trotti, respectively o Make-up
doing what it can to stamp out Social Dance
this evil, but it needs the support of the public. The next quarterly 'meeting Dance Drama ';.'. '
will be held STUDIOS LOCATED
In a recent address before: a conference of Women \ Church ,Hclljiwood Baptist -
# Leaders of civic, educational, parents and religious organizations *, Sears, pastor.; Rev N. Liberty City 7168 N.W. 16th Avenue

and women members of ,the Congress and Opa Locka.- 15931 N.W. 17th Court .

government agencies in Washington, D.C. the Hon. Carver's Ranches
Arthur Summerfield Postmaster Center, 21st St. ,
out danger (Hollywood
of ths racket to children and how they are Breached J. A. BURROWS Cox's Kindergarten-Miami, Fla.) '...Jit ) .,
through'the family mall fox '
by the offering of a product Children .:t\
of interest to a boy or girl. TRANSFERFor Adults age 3. 13, Teenagers ',,4'" r

Mr. Summerfield told of m recent raid in. New York ages 19 years 93 years ,(after 93 .peclm l!

City that netted IT,tons of highly obscene printed ." and quick, dependable _Watch techniques) 'Q,
filmed materials. ..j, Service for our "Dance-Rama" this summer

The producer had in his possession a mailing list of Phone OX 1-9163 Don't Virginia let Key B ch-Outdoor Theatre

names and addresses'*pf'*100,000; j Arsons including your child miss being a part of'our thea: ..
high, school studenis.a <**.*\ many ,,,1742 N.W. 67th St. Summer regtstraion begins June 13' t$4
We have been informed thai so far, 'Dade County is I Specializing in furniture (Ask about our Family Plan) '*' 'J.. .
relatively freo of this business, however we have got to be moving Call PL 7-8766 for Information
on the lookout. The support of the ><
public is needed. .'t'" "
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. The.Wiijams Brothers and Sister Club will celebrateits

17ith anniversary on Sunday; June 7 at the Apostle ,

_..,,-.wi .......: ..'''I"".... "" .. "'- -roWe -,... _) .. ..- i4........... ........ --..- Church, 1011 NW 6th St. Ft. Lauderdale, Elder Cobbs,

frhe Choral Group Singers wi'.l: are asking the prove by our deeds that we arc pastor, at 2 p.m. A spectaf f program ,will be' held and the

celebratevtheir anniversary June We are seeking the confidence worthy of that confidence and public is cordially invited.
11, 6'i>Jn.:at the Bethel Apostolic of the public. The fublic Is seek- support. Shown in the picture : Johnnie James president;
Temple: corner NW 58th st. and ing honest sincere an"d ''
courteous, Nelson Willams, vce 23rd ave., Liberty City, Rev. Sis- helpful Service. Our greatest opportunity Otis Sample: presidentG Williams and Sylvia WilIIith's.
ter,N ken, pastor; lies In. our ability 4o W. Smith, Mgr.-Dlr ,

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and we do hove that they will be June Sale! ; "Jackson'* ''Toddle Inn '.
: ; very ha?py. '

AI0al .. Till next week ,, live life, EXTRA PANTS WITH '. Graduation Program (
every golden::: minute of it. Peace. "
June 12 7t4B .

; Debbie's Playland 900 NW 43rd Street
By. DAY II (' '. twlno) BONDU $3.95Luckie's !
1959-60 King ,
J. '
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And Queen Tailor Shop SUMMER SCHOOL
It bar been brought to my a1 urnClothiers .. _..._
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tentJon| about the judgeship that 6510 N.W. 18th Ave. ''Jackson' Grade School
is now open, and the people are
wondering When ,a, qualified Negro on Miami Avenue between Phone OX 1-1262 1 1.6 Grade Begins, June 15

lawyer l ylll. be selected. The First andFlagler.. Upon _. ::1 _._
for -- -
money a Negro Judge has entering, a young cole red fellow
'- already been alloted but the ,
approached us and asked, "May
" commissioners haven't selected a I help you?" To which I replied! CHEERING IS NOT ENOUGH t .
'_ man yet. We thought that Attor- "yes'V After fitting' my son with "
ney L. E. Thomas would be ask- a suit, Tasked the salesman if :
ed to resume these duties ,. and he only waited on Negro customers -
If asked there is little doubt that and he said, "of course not, : ,'
he would accept. Our judge i* r wait on any customer who JOIN NAACPHelp .
needed badly, and :you as citizens wants to be served". I was
of a great city should send tele- amazed at this, knowing downtoWn ,
'VmJ1S'and messages to the city Miami and their restrictions -
commissioners' requesting that a on this sort of thing, and t ijjM, make the Golden Anniversary year c
Negro Judge be appointed im- to
my Inquiry I talked
mediately. Without our judge on with ,Mr, Bernstein, the manager.He w 1959 a real'' Jubilee with' 500,000 members, "'
the bench we might possibly be an vered by saying, "Peopleare I
thrown back another ten yean. peJeand as far as James I r + yAw $2.00 up to 50000. Through your Local Branch,
It this was not important, I Berry is concerned in this store.
would not mention i it, but In order He II just as good a salesman Nth
for us to understand law and as 'anyone else". They treat you NATIONAL ASSOCIATION fOI TH1 ADVANCIMINT Of COLORED nopu

order, we must, without a doubt that way, tco . so Dad if you 30 Was 40th ...... --" Kw,Y.rk It, N. If.
have a Negro judge to deal but need a suit or want to buy 'one
punishment to the guilty f1a for one of your children, go to .
manner that (would bespeak: noPr Howards Clothiers on Miami .
judlce. Please 'send telegrams Avenuek let's push this shop RUPTURED -/ '
etc.i to bur commissioners andimplore to the top of, the sales ladder, I
them to take the neces- and maybe some of these ,pther
You be FUKK: from TRUSS 8LAVKRY. New Non.8ura'cai.
sary steps to place J u df e shops will take a hint. I say . I can
. Thomas back on the bench, or "If they will hire us, let's patronize Rickie Harries in the circle, the PalnleMM! Office Treatment. to\V COST. NO LOST TIM 1C.
to appoint some qualified Negro them. They have beautiful king for 1?58-59, son of Mr. and :

Lawyer. for this position. materials, and quite ..Inex Mrs. Charles Harries of 1054 NW I files' Rectal Diseases DR. LONG'S CLINIC
pensive in comparison\ to some 57th st., gives up his throne to .
others., You'll be glad you wentin A General Health Bto'nrloe;
the 1959-60 king, Ronnie How-
Blanche 'Galloway. and. Ann r. ask tor Mr. Berry . he'sa ard, son of Mr. and Mrs Howard educing :81 8.W 18th Ave VII 2748:
have left the to attend
Lindsay city -
nice intelligent and
1739 NW 59th It.
a wedding at West Point. salesman. This is to whom 4t may
Queen Lynn White la the
Misc.Galloway's niece is to
marrya concern: I do not accept money .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lim-
West Point Cadet. Names and
for these (worthwhile! plugs in
mie White; 1924 NW 5th court. '
details will be announced later.Blanche' .
this column. I feel that it is
my You invited to attend the
famous brother Cab are NEED
duty to let my people know ct' Commencement Wednesday -
will also attend the wedding. '
these things so that we may show evening, June 10 at 8 pjn. 1st and 2nd mortgage loans $1,000 pay $21.21 mo.

PRETTY GIRL of THE WEEK: 'our appreciation to the persons at Debbie's Playland, 4800 NW e Pay off ail your bills $1,500 pay $31.1 mo.
'who are helping us to get wherewe ,
Anna Belle Campbelle '. Policeman are,, trying to go 24th court. e Get additional cash 12,000 pay "2.1' mo.
of the Week: Amos enk1zu I We extend to you hearty (swishes Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments
. JTeacher of 'the Week: SamuelJ. for a wonderful summer.
Ford. This the fabulous FREE-24 hour inspection-

Chickie Home ''Will Appear at No Cost to You,

Candido, the world's famous Danny's Inferno on HUt Street
and Miami Avenue. Naturally, Dade-Broward Mortgages & Investments
and most exciting Conga ,and
Bongo player . and a Hying Mrs; Swing had to say, "Chkkie Your 'Vote is Neededto CALL ANYTIME
went where I told him
legend is now written having into his'the autobiography New- finally to". fight the forces that seekto Miami : FR 7-4812 Hollywood : WA 3-7071

World Book Encyclopedia because keep you a Second Class
Quick Notes Titos salesmen
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of his unique artistry ,being
Salesmen 36th Citizen.
si Municipal Auto
' questioned by fans from all parts
Street sure talk .in a nasty man-
'I .
world. Candldo's records
of the ner to Negroes. This .is the second Register Today!
I played in all !foreign
are I time I have been out there and
I countries all over the world. have been talked to like some- 116 W. Flasler St. Apartments' ,For RentONE

ting that just crawled out from
Thinks to Luclous :Rutherford under a radc. I am not the only BEDROOM APARTMENTS
and !;Anna Belle Can .bel1 for one . several people have told .I .
their*help last Saturday during me the same thin*. This we do In choice Liberty City. neighborhood ,
the Ys M n'. carnival at the not condone and it would be an For The Highest in ,
Carver "> Branch YMCA. The, awful blow If I asked all of you COSMETICSCall Hardwood: floors, Venetian blinds,.refrlgeratorrstoy.! , 'n

girls'fsold' soft drinks to the kids' to go other places. Maybe the hot and cold waler. 1405 N.W. 67th,St. $15 per week .1Ii
and grown.up patrons, and the manager or owner will enlightenhis YUkon 3.5681 .

.' carnival* was a huge success. I 1 hope salesmen so . .after Barbara reading Calhoun this., "BANDS"Also Call ,-t'i..3.17,rr" ''.'." .' ): ",-r<

Monday, dune!.- my youngest C. C. North's secretary, will be DENNIS SMITH Real Eafate'ln; : itor j'"
Bill bad his 16th birthday',: married in Nassau on,.June.20th, Miami Times Newspaper ,
son. .
J' and t:took him downtoWtd: buy: She will marry W' B. North. "

'_ a. suit. So I stopped In Ifojwaras Our congratulations to the groom,

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............ Dade County Hammond i .
Oman Society met and organized 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
I Around on Wednesday evening, May

in- The Bahamas 20 Albert at the Crosby.home of Mr. and Mrs. Houses ,- Stores .

/ A. H. McKENZIE Local chapters are formed for Brown Sub Coconut Grove

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-- ._ nrP ... -- u u the purpose of bringing together
j persons who share mutual hobby Liberty City Downtown
o Two( nundred construction Lawrence Henry Miller, 76, playing the organ for fun and relaxation -I
workers at ,the Clifton Pier wenton died suddendly at Mangrove Cay, It is primarily a I
strike on May 26. They wereemployed Andros on May 14. He was the entertaining and educational WILSON RtKTAl AGENCY, Inc.
by Higgs and Hill. Mostof second son of the late Mr. and function. Officers elected for the .
the men are members of the Mrs. John and Cecilia Miller of initial year are as follows: FR
Ave 4-0116
1307 3rd
Bahamas Federation of Labor. Nicolls Town, and for many President Mrcs Ireta Crosby; N.W.
They are transported from the years was captain of the Andros vice president Elmo Sparks; sec-
city to the western end of New mail boat in the old days. He is retary, Mrs. Leila Williams;
Providence' every morning to I survived by his /wife, two sons treasurer, Earl I. Higgs; program
'work on the project, and have and a sister. chairman, Karkness Butler; enter-
asked .for compensation for the tainment chairman Albert Cros-
time they are in transit. Officers On May 21 Miss Cora Eloise by; reporter, Miss Lydia Anna FOR RENT
of the, union and representatives Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Richardson. .
; of the company are negotiating. Mrs. Thomas H. Johnson of Lower Other members and committee ..
Bogue, Eleuthere, exchangedaltar helpers present included:
On 'Monday afternoon, May 25, vows with James Robert Mrs. Roselyn Clark, Mrs. Mar- 2 BEDROOMAPARTMENTS
the Taxi Cab Union building on Delancy, son of Mrs. Laura De- tha Reeves, Mrs. Rhoda Culmer,
Wulfl Road had its Blessing lancy cf Deep Creek, at Wesley Mrs. Stubbs, Miss Dorothy Jen-
., ceremony with( Canon M. E. Church. The Rev. E. A. Taylor kins, Arthur Evans, Mr Jones. .
"Cooper officiating. Mr. Carl performed the ceremony.. The guest artist who eloquently -

Frances prtsided over the pro- entertained the group was 2751 N.W. 56th Street
/ gram which was held on the sec Robert Lee a well known organ .
The sixteen-year-old Oakes'murder ist and instructor. Others inter- .
ond floor of the tire..; oof struc-
toure. case is still high in the ested in this type organization o Beautiful brand new 4-unit building 9 Large
A cross section of the businessmen air, with no sign of its taking should contact any of the mem- '
of the city (paid tribute to solid shape. The House of Assembly bers. rooms 0 Ample closets with doors 9 Hardwoodand
officers and recently adopted a resolution -
members of the union.
,The Rev. Talmage Sands gave presented by Cyril Stevenson Gets Full Tuition terrazzo floors e Separate utility rooms
senior member of the
the ''benediction. .. '
House for the Andros District, to 0 Yard landscaped and maintained
The aid building was completely ScholarshipMiss
re-open the case, but no one has
destroyed by fire about seven been found who is able to bell! Elizabeth McDugle, a Call FR 4.8398 Luther O. Carey
months The new buildinghas
ago. the cat" yet, and the "cat" is junior at Spelman College Is the
service station offices
garage, -
not talking.
recipient of a full tuition scholarship -
and hall. It cost ,$64,000. .
tor the 19S&-60 school
Officers of the union are Leon Sir Harry Oakes, Canadian year. {
Miss McDugle, the daughter of
Bowe, president; Rudolph Turn- multimillionaire, was brutally Mrs. WilhV M. Pinder, has also a #
quest, vice-president; Cleophas murdered in his home in Nassauin
been elected
as editor of the college -
Tucker, treasurer; Nick Musgrove, 1943. His son-inlaiw was tried yearbook for the coming Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
secretary; William Bethel, Christopher for the murder, but was acquitted. year. / I
Donald, Gladston Christie,. It was the most senationalcase
directors; Lookinvar' Lockhart, of its 'kind in the history of .
manager. the Bahamas.


else, held on the quadrangle on
the campus. The procession was 'NOR TH WES TERN SENIOR
ON TRIP TO beautiful and yet very dignified.!
Father Clarke was among the
ST. AUGUSTINE'SCOLLEGE dignataries recession. In the procession- and HIGH SCHOOL

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On Friday, May 22 at 1:45: ipm. class elf 89 received degress.
Hare boarded the Seaboard The oak trees are very !pretty 7007N.W.12th Avenue, Miami, Fla. P4.5491NNOUNC"ES
Palmland Pullman Coach for Ion the campus and made shady
Raleigh, N. C. arriving 6:500: spots for the exercise. ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SUMMER
4 a.m. Saturday and'greeted at the We boarded Silver Meteor TERM 1959 -
f station by Dr. Prezell Robinson, Pullman Coach Monday 7:18: p.m.
dean of St. .Augustine's and Dr and Mrs. Prezell Robinson, Registration Monday through Friday ,
schoolmate of Father Clarke. We very close friends of ours, bid us .
lived at the lovely President's goodbye. .v Between 2:00 and 10:00_ p.m. ; '
Mansion of Dr. and Mrs. James AT 7007 N.W. 12TH AVENUE *.
,Boyer. At 10:30: am. we attendedthe Students returning with us of : .
senior class day exercises, our church were: Wilfred and .
12:30 ,pm. the alumni luncheon, Richard Barryand Alvin Dillard.
arriving home Tuesday morning, DAY ADULT SCHOOL HOURS 7:0010:00 P.M.
.... 2:30: pjm. St. Augustine's Alumni
26 at 11:15
May : a.s.
Associaticn meeting and 9 pm. Evening Trade Hours Full
.' the alumni "Get-to-gether" partyat : and Part Time: 3:00.10:00 p.m.

the YMCA in Raleigh. Royal Twenties 3:30.6:30 p.m.-7:00 10:00 p.m. '

Sunday, May 23, 7:30: am. attended .
the corporate communion Many Courses Are Approved for Veterans ,, '
t for the graduates; where Father Discuss .ProjectsThe TELEPHONE .",.
Clarke read the Epistle and administered INQUIRIES AFTER 2:00 P.M.M "

the chalice. Following Royal Twenty Women's I
this service the flag raising cere- Club of Coconut Grove had its
mony was held. The St. Augus regular fortnightly meeting at the ACADEMIC, General '
"\ ,tine's flag was received by thepresident beautifful home of !Mrs' Rose American History and Gov't
of the senior class. 5 Bryant on Frow ave.' with Mrs.. General Math, English'ma1CTAlBebra' *
p.m. the baccalaureate servicewas Rosa Lee Hall entertaining. r / Science General, Biology,
held in the St.' Augustne's After discussion was held, it I Trigonometry, Chemistry, Physics N
chapel As you .know, Father was was decided that Mrs. Clementine Adult High School Diploma Awarded
the guest ,preacher. His subject Holton and Mrs. Ada Bell Belle on Basis of 16 Units of Credit

was, "Once to Every Man And Dunn will represent the club at GENERAL ADULT '
Nation Comes The Moment to the Federation meeting. This1 EDUCATION
Decide" 'from the hymn, Ebenezer meeting is to be held In Lakeland. English, -Basic, Reading Clinic Public Speaking
I (TonyBatel) paIge 519 in (The Time was given to the discussion English for Foreign Born Creative Writing
1940 Episcopal Hymn Book.) of the many civic and social PRE-HGH SCHOOL
He four decision.I : Grades ,l through 8
gave topics on projects: more to follow on this Adult
must say it was one of the best at a later,date. TRADE TRAINING
sermons my husband has ever Training for the : Time and Part Time
preached. It was recorded. There The meeting was concluded ona both full.time more frequently found trades in this area i. offered on
will be a copy of the recording joyful note with the Introduction and part.time basis. Among the '
h .
offered course now g
'available for us this summer of the social session. s
The St. Augustine's College The hostess was thanked by Drafting
choir gave a maijnlfic'lent rendi- 'Mrs Sylvia Hillsman. Custom Home Economics Sewing,
tion o.f'the anthem, "Worthy is Mrs. Ada B. Dunn, president Tailoring Cooking.
the Lamb" (from The Messiah) 'Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter Cabinet and Millwork Power I
I by Handel following the sermon. Dry Cleaning and Laundering Sewing
At 8 p.m. Dr. and Mrs. Bayer's I Practical Nurse TV and Radio
"At Home Reception" to the Blanche_ Off to West Training Auto Mechanics
graduating class, faculty and EVENING
friends. Father Clarke and I were BUSINESS COURSES:
Point WeddingBlanche Typewriting
honored to be in the receiving Bookkeeping, Shorthand
this $2.00 Registration Refresher Course
line at dignified affair' Our Fee
own church girl, Miss Cassandra Calloway, musicaster ofWIF'EC per subject-8mal 'Materials Fee for some
Hanna furnished the music for the has taken leave for one courses '
.I evening, which she played beau- week to attend the wedding of Call PL 4-549. after 2:00 .
tifully. Following the reception her niece, Carol Calloway to Lt p.m for further Information regarding the
we motored to Mr. Purdue An- Raymond Baugh at West Point courses of your choice '
dres, executive secretary of the Cadet Chapel in New York. COUNTY.WIDE
St. Augustine's Alumni Associa- The bride. to be is the daughter MAYS CLASSES WILL BE FOUND AT
tion home to hear the recordingof of Blanche's brother, Elmer, who/ SENIOR HIGH, COULDS
the baccalaureate service and teaches manual arts at'Booker' T Tailoring, Repair, Homemaking ChuLW' HOMESTEAD
the sermon, of course. We also Washington High School Atlanta, Woodwork, General Machinery :
o watched colored slides of the Ga.
"I choirs.' tour while in Miami. She asks her listeners to continuo BOOKER T. WASHINGTON

,l .: Even I twos included in some of listening to her program, CItizenshIp Classes MIAMI .
the slides. "Galloway Presents" from 12 to Dade Typewriting
Monday, May 23, 10:30 pjtn.., at- 2:30: pm. daily Bill .Reeder will County Board of Public Instruction '
tnded the commencement exer- sit In for her. x
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'"Churches" May be Last Bastions THEATRESun. NE 3-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. i IT"I
to Fall. Under this heading
I read the following, "That the
churches of our 'nation are the .,, Mon., Tues., Wed. I
greatest bulwark of segregation is FRIDAY SATURDAY
the studied opinion of laymen s Academy Award Winner
and churchmen alike accordingto ,
current. expressions in print! "GIGI"
today." I
Maurice ChevalierBUNCHE '
What a sad commentary on our If
spiritual leadership] Is it not alsoa ..--- OBSTER
clue as to who are the false
prophets of whom Jesus spoke?
The old Testament testifies to the I I
oness of mankind. According to
Nun hers, Chapter XII, God pun-
ished Mirian for speaking up THEATRE OPA LOG,\A .,, kcurnrsw
against Moses, who had marriedan hi. "NA 1-7322 ; ImcmaI
Ethiopian iwoman. Here God frWOlMKFU f, ,,,
blessed a marriage between two IL : r Sunday thru Wednesday I.I ,MDS/Gl MVtHTVttt srORes u'aM na Mduorbn""
of His children of different col : Fred MacMurray In I \TIN nmirkibl. ttdrt d"Ml

ors., ', \ t.,'.>- ..,..-.a "GOOD, DAY FOR AHANGING" 1 motkm(fetor*cf ,' 'torn
In "The Song of Solomon," hsnftmss1cI '
chapter, 1:6: it states, "Look not MRS. BERTHENIA S. WHITE In color N. : ;':'" thumb'ttumb'CMMitoBftlM : :
upon me because I am black, ,because "I Mobster"With :,
The Episcopal! Churchmen of ,
the has locked s colorsonul
sun upon : ,
the Church of Incarnation present Steve Cochran
me . Is not this biblical proof '&.D. r ttamniWS3
Mrs. Berthenia S. White in ,
determined TAMBiYN
that man's skin is by
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climatic conditions? That ds. what an organ recital, Sunday, June 7, $ TtMY-THOMAS.PETER SELLERS
at the Church of Incarnation, JESSIE MATTHEWS
h says.I I 1835 NW 54th st. at-5 p.m. JUNI THOMURNUMARD
am reminded oi a story of a Mrs. White, a native of St. 'a MILES Iritti.
young Colored man in the South, I Petersburg the wife of Dr. H.' CAPITOLTHEATRE rurmooNj.nAIl mltllGv wit*till vote
who entered a White church, sat Melton White, a local defltist, I
in the back and listened to the taas, graduated from Bennett
semen When it was over, the Collate, Greensboro, NJC.} with SATl'RDAY MIDNITE
minister, who knew the young B. A. in music education. She.received -
Mon., Tuei., Wed.
man, came down to him and ask- the M. A. in musicology Sup.( TUESDAY
ed, "Sam, are you sure you should from Fisk University, Nashville June 7. 10 SUNDAY, MONDAY,
come into this church? Why don't Tenn and has done advancestudy GUNS, GIRLS,
you :fo home and ask God if you at New York University, NOW 1
belong here?" West Minister Choir College. T ir
Princeton: NJ. and Drexel Institute Van Doren
He figured this would be the of Technology. Mrs. Plus M.O-M rr.i.n ...*<.odvtnfwr-"
end of the matter, but the fOl-1 White is a teacher in the local "Watiai" romance of the 4cod l
lowing week Sam was back school system. AUDREY ANTHONY
tening again. This time, when it :
was over, the minister again approached .. HEPBURN PERKINS
htm and aSked, "Well, _
Sam, what did God have to say?" Miami Fisk Cliib S; GREEN MANSIONS"W

Sam answered "Well, sir, I to be one.of,the scason's-bcst (pro .,.TM rorbiddtn fornti Btyood Tl>.Aminnl
told God that I had been in your Tea Set I grams. ...r1...M LEE J. COBB
and God
church last Sunday, -
said "Sam, are you sure you The Miami Fisk Club invites all Do not miss this "evening with $!$SUe HAYAKAWA HENRY SILVA J
were in that church and I said, of Its friends /witness its first the Great Masters. Ed Cook V OKMASCOfl eII4 MITIOCOLOR
"Yes sir, God, I was in that annual tea, Sunday, June 14 at from WMBM will serve as masterof
church and God said"to me, Bethune Elementary School cafe- ceremonies. I A THOUSAND AD VENTURE-Hit ED DAYS...

"Weir Sam, then you are a most torlum, ,2990 NW 43rd terrace, l'' A THOUSAND. LOVE-HtlED NJGHTS...
unusual man;' I've been trying "to from 4-6 >p.m. The leading talents CHWord Matthews!, 'Pres.
get into that church \for :years! of the city 'will appear en what Mrs..Berthenia White, Sec'y .



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'GRADUTOON TIME It i is wealth; South Dade is yours to c
) that conquer; Come and see! Look
(pleasing! to note so many
young i;ople from the Heightsare about' you! :s:

in the graduation processions
of Mays, Carver, Bqcker T, TOTS 1 GRADUATE. Mrs. Ver-
Washington and Northwestern nice Ross'' and her co-iworkers\ are
High schools. doing a wonderful service to SC I II
Qur sincere wish for you young South Dade and the Heights by I
climb each rung of operating a progressive day nur-
the ladderof life and hard work sery for pre-school tots. On Sun

until you reach success. day, June 7 at 4 o'clock they invite -,
you to attend' the graduationof a ;
AWARDS DAY AT MAYS. It the class of 1959 which will be
beginners next term in public A
was my great ,pleasure to attend
school. The group has decided to
Achievement Day at Mays Hign honor a person each year at the .HAPPY BIRTHDAY Mrs. guson a happy birthday and en.
School to present two graduation. Your Scribe has been Dean Patricia Davis, left of New joyed of the several varied
to festivities
It was also my great pleasure chosen to be so honored as the Ycrk City and her mother, Mrs. of the
of the seniors and evening.
teach many heavy
initial (person to be remembered Pauline Ferguson, widow of the
junior this school year on days course of delicious
late Rev. A. H. Ferguson are pictured -
when I could be spared from my "Mrs. Taylor has been an encouraging .w ...' The occasion was a birthday served and enjoyed by all.
real estate chores. I was Inspired : and helpful ..benefac: Mrs. Ferguson was
qfrfie' | : celebration in honor of. the gorgeously
to see so many young high tor," says Mrs. Ross. Mrs Taylor w I mother, which was held last attired "in a very attractive dress
school pupils receive ,awards for will speak on the subject, "In Thursday night. at the parsonage designed by Mrs. Florence Tay
various services rendered. h e The Beginning." The community lor. Her hair
jrf St. Matthew AME Zion style was designed.
old story was repeated when 'frill be expected to attend to enjoy Church, 11123 NW 5th court.. Theoccasion by Mrs: Osie King. Mrs. Addie
received more than one, or
many the program by the children.
Sampson was chairman
also marked the movingof of the
many |
Mrs. Ferguson from! the committe on arrangements for
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IHiIIJlii/lllltlfim: 'F-"V''jli '1./0:' : '"' the affair and Albert
PRIZE FIGHTER RETURNS. in order to make room Bellamy of
Friends in Richmond Heights VISITS NEW LIBERTY CITY. for the new pastor, the, Rev. Dan- the Sir John Hotel dining room
and Perrine are happy( to wel- Rev. F. A. Allen, presiding elderof Luscious Audrey Hepburn has iel Pridgen, -who'succeeded her was the special caterer.
the feminine lead An-
North Miami District called opposite Mrs. Gladys McFord furnished
husband as head nf, St. Matthejw.
come Wilford Perpall, strapping
the churches of his district to thony Perkins in "Green Mansions" music and Mrs. Barbara Kee,
six-foot pugilist of Perrine and >Mrs. Ferguson and her -
opening Sunday at the Lib- daughter
come to New Liberty City on last daughter of Mrs. McFord ren-
Bangor, Maine, who has been City Drive-in. Also starred is are standing near the beautiful -
Sunday to all session dered
an day to ] a number of vocal selec.
in for 12 He
living Maine
years. Lee J.' Cobb and Sessue birthday cake which occupied
help] Rev. Askew in his struggleto Haya- tions. Mrs. Ferguson also rendered .
has been throwing the leather
kawa. the table' On the .occasion.
build church. The churches .
a two interesting dramatic readings
around to the' tune of knockoutsand A .goodly number of relatives
resrpontd> well. Over $200 was on the ,program. Elliott J.
prize are selling
and friends and visitors attended
raised to this -
help needy church.
him and his attractive wife due ,
Rev. Askew and 1- < "": "' the' event, wished Mrs. Fer-ceremonies.
congregation are Vfl ?: .lb
here this weekend, a home. Wel- ,.,..-. :
grateful.RECUPERATING. t
come home, Wilford and family. ,.'t "< ,% ;i ('4c ,
d r raw OdfeS P
Mrs. Jessie 44
From the looks of my notary Byron, who has been ill is now
file, there are many teachers who improving at her home on Pierce f
will study away this summer and Graham Drive. Friends are
from the South Dade area. We asked to her
see or call. Mrs. Iiv
will announce them later to be .k
Byron is a faithful member 01the
,exact, as to who and where Seventh ,
Day Adventist
they are attending. This shows Church and an employee of the
progress: which I greatly enjoy. Dade County School
/ Board, cafe-
&iucation is growth. A teria' department at Motors Ele-

iIMVESITMENTS! Scme time agoI mentary school. 94)t ( "t

wrote an article, encouraging VA AND FHA APPLICANTS.
y ou to call and begin Investing All veterans or persons who can )
in South Dade. Our fair'brothersare qualify for FHA are requested to f
.. taking advantage of the op apply at 16401 Lincoln Blvd. or Mad
portunities. We are slqw to Invest call OE 5-4246 for information.
\ so we do not become secure Those who want a home built on ,I .
'" or wealthy, The few of us who your own lot, or a home built according -
venture are the ones who are the to your own ;plans also
.; farthest ahead in the economic contact above office located in my ,
world today. There are vast. resources hcme across from Gulf Service :, I
yet untapped. an ad Station. Home. applied .for now MSat.|' and Mrs. William H. I I
o venturer .AS were the :people of can be ready by August or be- Griffith are visiting their parents
"covered wagon days." Theyconquered fore. Rush your application In. If Mr. and Mrs. Lorene Griffith ,',
the West and its you are a veteran and do not 5011 NW 23rd ave. Before leaving! ;
.. for Baumholder, Germany to
complete his career. '

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',". rrhe Supreme Court of the! took a' 300-mile ride into space
\: T United'! States ruled_' against the last week died in a Medical Re- !1

,".:;' :' ..;:NAACP on 'Monday in a case ol sea ch Laboratory on Monday Itr lIt

teal: from a contempt conviction night. Baker, his pal Is still alive
by the Georgia state Courts -
.:.\ ?"' The contempt charge was made Gus Roberts17, graduated from --'I'-'I't

alter the NAACP refused to pro, Central High School) Charlotte,

duce its financial records. A fine N.C., on ,Monday) night. He is the

of $25,000'was' given the organ first Negro graduate from this

", zation, but the final }judgement school.
,,, )was left in doubt. -- -
:. .' The hljh court said that no fine There twill be another Dade rtL n. '

t; "has been finally determined and County Judge ak.1ng! the num.

;;; r, assessed" so that? the NAACP I ber three. The State Legislature
i. i.-, may appeal/ again. when the passed a bill this week authoriz- ; ,_.... .;: _A.. .....uu.- ,.. ....
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Judgement -becomes final or) the ing the appointment of Judge No ": ,l-J d = "

"" ;.; Jurisdiction of 'this court be ap- 3.

,' '_ ;' prlately invoked. THREE MIAMIANS
Commissioner Otis Shiver has -"The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY

Mrs. Elizabeth Virriok, promi- outlined a plan that would pass RECEIVE JUNE 6
the .1959 PAGE 9
City of Miami over Metro
nent civic worker, who has done)
on a platter.) The majority of the I 1
outstanding worfc In clearing
commissioners favor the
slums and doing away with out-
door toilets in the Coconut Grove but action was postponed be-

area has resigned as president of cause commission's the proposal agenda.was not on the HONORSSt. Phone s PL 1.9413 Res. PL 8.9959Neal's

the Slum Clearance Committee.
U the plan was decided upon A'uiustine's-.Miaml is 'hold
Among other organizations tha't
., the voters /would still have to OKit. In veryhigh esteem by both students (8
Mrs. Virrick has worked with for I
and members 'at
the betterment of conditions in faculty .
Florida. Normal and Industrial
Dade County is the Greater Miami
', Urban Sportswise: The National Boxing Memorial) College because of the
League where she
Commission has not as yet achievement of Miami students. .
served '
as a director. decided if Ray Robinson will still ,
Although Mrs. Virrick has resigned be Veoogn .%ed as middle boxing Jn a class of 50 who received Beauty Shop

her chairmanship we are champion. Then too there will be the degree of bachelor of science .

sure she will continue her support no Ray-tBasllio bout coming up last rweek, seven graduated with

[ifor the program 'she has for some time at least, since Ba- honors. Three of the seven were COMPLETE
been so interested in. silio and Fullmer have agreed ona from the Miami area. BEAUTY ,
NBA title bout.'Lightweight .
All three scholars had been

The Florida House of Representatives majors in elementary, education> Catherine Womack, Manager
Joe Brown retained \
on Monday voted a Mary Johnson Wllllngham"
half million dollars for the his championship title after NW 14th and Franklin
purpose 6544 ave ''
defeating his opponent Italian 1101 N.W. 62nd St.' Miami Fla.
of selling the "Southern way Rosi Clark of 16101 East Bunche Park ,
Paolo by a TKO in the 9th
of life to the North.) The idea, round at Uline Arena, Washington Drive, Opa Locka, both gradUated -
discussed some months ago, i is to cum laude; Carolyn' Marie
on Wednesday Paolo
have four other Southern state Bain graduated magna cuan,laude.
wants another chance at Champ
put up a halF million each; with
the tidy sum of $2,500,000 Brown. It is interesting to note that
advertising ,
would be bought on radios these three, like all other students -
In the Miami Marlinsare
won their respect from fel-
TV 'and in Northern) news- in fourth 'place in the International low students not because of .thdr DO YOU WIA1NT( TO REDUCE?
papers; to tell the "true story" of
the League. Columbus Jets scholarship alone. All three were ,' "\
.progress" of the
Southern <' Then take advantage of these
Negro under and Buffalo Bisons are tied for versatile, hard working leaders ,
top place, while Rochester is only
noted for their willingness to .',,1.'
Rep. W. C. Herrell of Dad '. a,half game behind. Miami is two OPENING SPECIALS

County, led the fight against games behind. So here is a real -Mrs. Willlngham was an officer ' ,

making such a contribution.If contest. of Florida Normal's R. ''W. Pur- JOIN THE MECHANICAL

the south is proud of the year Chapter of the Student NEA,

: progress) made by Negroes under In the American! League at' this .a professional organization. for GYM CLUB
segregation, and there has been writing Cleveland leads Chicago prospective teachers. .I
by Just three with ,
points Balti-
progress certainly there
; ( would
; be more progress, and more reason more' half a game out.) Kansas Mr. Clark has been one oif the .100 Charter Member Wanted-SO Men and
City 1%, Detroit 3tt. The Yanksare most interesting characters! on "
for being under 50 Ladies
proud desegregation
out of the cellar AVt games the catrtpus. In addition to beinga
which is
.., "' being, so behind: and iss now on the move. member of the Student NEA,
'" bitterly fought against. Does this $6.00 'Per Month
;.. ; sound They can stand watching. the FSTA, the Alpha, Kappa Mu
National Hcnor Society and the .
t. "j Milwaukee keeps top place. Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, he Also join !theMASSAGE
', "r with the San Francisco Giants 3ft .
,, Beginning with was known as the president of
the next school
out Pittsburgh 4% Los
># Angeles
class superintendentof
the senior '
; year, out-of-state students inFlorida's CLUBwhich
Dodgers 5ft, Chicago 7ft, Cin-
the college Sunday School and
:" prr public schools, that is, cinnati 8 and St. Louis 11. In the of the store. He
rtrthcse who have not lived in manager campus
cellar is Philadelphia lift
Florida for at least one 'year, or behind. I games also represented Florida Normalstudents entitles you to come to one massage a week
at- the Second Quadrennial -
whose have
parents not
-'. '- ed a home, will have to pay a Your Browser has heard many Convocation of Christian $15.00 per ,month
,. total of for the Colleges at Des Moines, Iowa( in Hours 10
1ft ... The law becomes .
effective on calaureate address delivered to 1958.Miss ,
July 1. the graduating' class of of theBoo'lcer Bain is an example of

1", T.' Washington! . High scholarship for which Florida

', School at the City Auditorium Normal) stands. ,Her scholasticand HEALTH REDUCING
Ralph MoGill; editor of the Atlanta last Sunday. In fact the' whole academic interests covered

Constitution, .whose interesting program was creditably rendered.I almost all major activities on the

column appars dally in the The auditorium 'was beautifully campus, including the Student

Miami News, has been appointedto decorated. NEA, the FSTA, the Forum, the .601" N.W. 2nd Ave.-Miami
the executive committee for Debating Society, the Student
the U. S. committee for the UN. .From Northwestern where Rev. Council and Sunday School. She For further ;Information call FR 1.2771

Thedford Johnson was the speaker was -president of the Alpha Kap

After a four year against comes similar comments. pa Mu National Honor Society '
disbarment from the Florida Bar the Student Christian Union anJ

Association, Leo Sheiner has editor-in-chled of the 1957 Year- .. .

'come out the winner. Herbert Reiner Jr., a native of book. For her achievements she
Vermont, has been named consul was crowned the May Queen recently NOW '
In March 1954
Sheiner refusedto
in charge of the consulate and was invited to serve asa
answer questions put to him recently opened by the U. S. consulting editor to the 1959 '
;by U. S. Senate Committee declaring
Freetown. The
government at Yearbook staff.
his right to do so under consulate replaces the agency '< &
the Fifth Amendment. which had been maintained since Other Miamians graduatingwere LUCKY MARKET >

In 1955 Judge Vincent Giblin before World War II. Reiner, a Wilbert Williams and Dor-

ordered him disbarred after he 12-year-career foreign service othy Scott.
,refused to if he had ever beena
cay diplomat educated at Bates College -

Communist. and Clark University, was 1900 N. W. 5th Court

The State' Supreme Court, reversed formerly stationed, at the American Houses For Sale .
that order, saying, in taking embassy in Monrovia, Liberia.
the Fifth Amendment does several nice t (Formerly' B rkUyVF. od Marktt)
I-now have
not imply guilt, and told theIcjwer I

court to hold further hear 2 and 3 bedroom homes in
ings. He was again disbarred and The American Jewish Congressthis > ( Phone FR 3.9453

again the high court reversed the .week called for a strong the new Orchard Villa area. t-
Federal anti-dynamiting law that
disbarment order. would cover homes as well as institutions Call me now for a good I COMPLETE .LINE ,|OF

(Last Friday the case was ended and that would permit
deal. Some as low as $1,000
,,with:. Atty .Sheiner the victor. Federal Bureau of Investigationto MEATS )r GROCERIES SUNDRIES (BEER WINE
'4 move in swiftly when racial down payment.

After July 1 motorists in Dade or religious bombings occur.

County will have to drive m o r* Owned and Operated by
J. E. Waller district Call E Harry DennyPL
carefully or be prepared to lost Dr, sup .
courts. Metros erintendent of the Orlando District ' GUS
time around the 7-8250 ] HOGAN ,
Florida Conference ot the
courts are being made ready to ... J' . ,', .
Methodist Church was ihbacotlaur'eat 480 Hialeah Drive .f ::0 #
take that date. No more MJaml..Re.ldent
over on allowed to speakerand Dr.Charles' ., ,. for Many ;Yean
will motorists b* paya '
gofag to C. Parlin of the law. firm : I
without S X
rutine Keyes Co. -' 5'1 t '
Shearman Sterling and Wi&tot
V tfourt, ML the pftthse Involves |

moving vehicle. delivered the' commencement 29: atB' I. : TU 7-7441 Our I ifie4 Columns Get Fast ,Result"t '
.. address on Monday, May . } .. ?
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" treasurer, Mrs. Corine Ellis, Pa S t tJF
latka; financial secretary, Mrs. '
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 6, :1359 Elizabeth Mainor, St.; Petersburg V.CJML' "*ji"ut*_aaruLWWvCRa
t ;; recording secretary, Mrs. .
Olga Cooper, Ft. Lauderdale; '
chaplain;: Mrs. Ollye M. Howard, t ,
of Palatika; parliamentarian, Mr. .
Highlights J" L. Davis, Sanford; delegate to .. \." '
National Mrs. Bertha T. .
Perry, '
Miami; alternates, Mrs. Ollye M. VN I ibJ:; "

! 22nd OBA MeetThe I Walker Sanford., Jacksonville; J. L. Davis, ..k .".<,>t\4<.'\

Mrs. Waldon thanked the association -
Orange Blossom Beauticians 'shown, (participating:: in hair for re-electing her to ."d
were accorded every courtesy style show were members of the the office of president for the ,_ ,
and the genuine' friendliness and OBB. 15th consecutive time and pledged Yi$' BEE DELIVERY DRUG "
hospitality of 'the people, of Lake In competitive styling, Mrs. to continue her work for the
t Wales, will long be remembered I Eva Britt, Unit 19, .first prize, growth and developme, of the .'
by the conventioneers. A rising I second prize, Mrs. Emma Hayes, association. The elected officers
vote of thanks was ''given to Mrs. Unit 2, St. Petersburg, and the ''Were installed ''by'Mrs.. Thoma- aM.7ollivctU.Sr. Prop. w
Dorothy Morgan, president and third prize Mrs. Ella Mae Evans sena Dorrell, Jacksonville Unit
members of Unit No. 12 for theapiendid Unite 5, West Palm Beach. 60. The session was closed by
way in (which they con- Mrs Alaine S. Waldon, stale forming the link. West Palm ,
tributed: to the success of the president. awarded trophies to Beach is the convention site for a
convention by their thoughtful- the queen, first and second tro- 1960, Lakeland 1961, and Sarasota t
ness. style winners, new members trophy 1962. -
Sunday, May 17, 7 pjn. the winner Unit 52, Wabasco, ,
opening program 'was held at the for most outstanding unit in the MT. TABOR BAPTIST .'
First Institutional Baptist Church, organization. Mrs. F. M. Ab, Central Life Insurance Co. ";
corner Lincoln ave. and "D" st., president Unit 14 received a Mrs Lois Hicks, reporter .
Rev. Samuel Fields, pastor. beautiful trcphy. NOTE: Visitors are always wel
10 pan banquet at the church. Trophies were given to Mes- come. .Your Friendly Company .
refectory. dames Corine Ellis, Palatka; Re- Order of Service

Monday 1:30: p.m. the crowningof .I ther White, St. Augustine. and Sunday School.............?......'. 9:30 .
OBBA state queen, the win- Ludie Foster, Bart w, as first Morning worship 11:00 .:;
ners were Mrs. Doris Dorsett, Florida graduates from the Na- BTU ........................................ 5:30: b
queen, Miami Unit 7. The queen's 'tiona) Institute af Cosmetology Evening worship .............. ..... 7:36 Offering
attendants, Mrs. Ethel Smith Unit Bertha H. Perry, chairman art- .....
'20 Year Payment Life & Educational Endowment .
tist Bureau Miami.
Jacksonville, Mrs. Mabel ,
Rogers, Unit 5, West Palm Beacn, Wednesday, 10 ajn. workshop Endowment at Age 4>5 I at Age 18
and Mrs. Lillian Shaw, Unit 8, continue'd.Wednesday. Paid-up Life & 20 Payment Life
Orlando. 3.30: p-m. a ,plannedtour ZEAK AND SON
Endowment 611
at Age 15 Year Endowment
Educational to Spook Hill, the Singing
Monday, 8.30: pjn.
program, Allen Temple AME Tower and the Great Master- Body Building GymPhone Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life

Church, Rev. A. D. Burton, pas- piece. Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Life ...
tor. Mrs) Oily! M. Walker Uhit Wednesday 9.30: ( pjn. Chosen MU 1.3667 .
60, Jacksonville, chairman. A twenty-five banquet honoring the 1995 N.W. 152nd Health Hospitalization 20 Year Endowment, "
scholarship was given to Unit 19 state president and Unit presi- St., Opa Locka
dents. A beautiful and Body building contest weight Home Office .
member for a course in beauty unique .
lifting and Miss Virginia Beach ,
program was presented. Miss Er-
Tuesday 10 am workshop, D. ma: Brookins Unit 3, Jacksonvillewas contest Zeak for 1959 sponsored by 1416 North Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
and Son
Body Building
mistress of ceremonies.The .
A. Julius, Miami chairman and Gym, July 4th. Branch Offices ,
Mrs. Florence All!, Pompano, cochairman chairman, Mrs. F. M. All
State demonstrators, presented the state president witha There will be trophies for all BRADENTON OCALA
Mesdames Edna Davis,. St. Pet- gallon size .gold loving cup for first prize winners. Trophies and DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDO
ersburg; Ella Moncur, .Wilhel- her devoted service to the organ- other awards for runner ups dos FT. LAUDERDALE 'PANAMA'CITY '
menia Starkey, Willie M. Ceasor ization. All units representedwith nated by various merchants of I
and Dallas Robinson. all of Miami chosen 25ers presented their the community. FT. PIERCE PENSACOLA I
Mr. E. P. Jones, Jack_'n- presidents with gifts and one for Boys, for points In body build. JACKSONVILLELAKELAND ST. PETERSBURG
i ville, and Mrs.. Belle Patterson, the state president. It was a gala Ing .contest see Zeak. To all con TALLAHASSEEWEST
New York City. affair. I etante: see Zeak. To secure your PALM BEACH

At 4:30: pm. members' were Thursday, May 21. 9.30: ajm. number for the contest, and .also Miami Office 176 N.W. 14th Street
entertained by the Negro Cham- final reports from all units and instructions. Not later than June
ber of Commerce and Unit 1 withan departments were made. 30. nl THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOW r
indoor picnic at the Elks Rest Thursday 12:30 D.m. Election of
' due to rain. It iwas a delightful officers. All officers 'were declared .
affair and enjoyed by all. vacant by the state par- ,
Tuesday 10 pjm. Futuristic liamentarian, J. L Davis. Those
Hairstyle Fantasy and Dance. elected were: President, Mrs. For The Finest Apartments Moderate Rates-Call
Mrs. Willie Mae Ceasor, narra- Alaine S. Waldon, West Palm
tor, Mrs. R. Louise Bassey unit Beach; 1st vice president, Mrs.
8, Orlando, soloist.' Fashion model, Kathleen Ross, Tampa; 2nd vice
Mrs. Pearl Hardy, Ft. LauderdaleUnit president, Mrs. Wilma Dorrell, BONDED COLLECTION
14. Many beautiful colors Jacksonville; 3rd vice president,
and fantastic hair styles were Mrs. Corine Moss, St. Petersbug;


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the person or persons responsible for the burglarizing . ;
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of the home of Dennis Smith, 1295 NW 67th St.,

on March 15 and May 3 between the hours of 8 and Dade and'Broward Counties' Ne-J. '

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Call PL 1-1756 or FR 1-9485 L. L. BROOKS, PRESIDENT





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PINE :VILLA ;,ELEM. THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"
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Broward i ,.",,, : '\' .: Sunlight .ChitChatP. The first grade pupils presented SATURDAY, JUNE 6. 1959 / PAGE 11
: their last program for the
County ,i.Ii B. Jones, reporter year, Tuesday, May 19. F i v e

't---,, " classes participated in the pro- ,
1' '1" " "
Newsy '. gram with rhythmic singing of .
Observance of Class Day at games, Spanish songs, singing of
Sunlight was highly enjoyed by familiar songs and a "Let's Have .
all. The participants of the graduation Breakfast" skit. Parents hvere WANTED
Walter Bow I. .bl class were many. The ladles out to see their children take .
all dressed beautifully witS 'part in the program. ,
---------NNN.NNNC lovely
-- ------------ corsages by Mrs. D. A. .
Julius. Mrs. I\ Jones of the The student council sponsor EASTERN, STAR OR MASONor
(Northwestern graduates up graduation class emceed a very ed its first color day at Pine Villa -
Carver Ranches, Hyde Park and ( Former Member)
inspiring: program. The school colors are green
Washington Park way are Robert A bouquet of lovely carnations and yellow. EARN'GOOD MONEY
Rahming; Jerome Bullard, Carl was presented Mrs.' M. Monroe
Hart, Marian Williams, Olga Mc- for her participation! as mistressof and yellow. Jeanette Walker Write at Once tot ,
Kinney, Maurice Smith, Horace ceremonies at the annual read "facts about Pine Villa"
Fox, Freddie Brennon, Lenor ;ring festival. A reading of appreciation which gave a short history of the REV. WM. V. BANKS
Smith, Bffie McCloud and Wes- from the class to Mr. school. Persons dressed In colors
ley Phillips. and Mrs. Julius and Mrs. 'D. participated: in a corridor march. Gratiot '
2101 Ave.
Brown by Mrs. E. Cue. Class The new student Council pre- A
Earl Murray, son of Mr. and Prophecy, Mrs. R. Grace; class sident for 1959-60 is Joan Fer- Detroit
Mrs. Walter Murray, will (wed will, Mrs. W. Jackson. A poem, guson; vice-president<< is Joyce ,
Miss Bertha Anderson, Sunday, "Wasting Your :Time," Mrs. J.
June 7 in Washington Park. The Jones, "Today," sung by Mrs M. Ward.Mrs.. M. Chandler, principal
couple live in Carver Racnhes.
Martin Mrs. F Woodward, reporter
Guests included a former stu-
Freddie Seymour arrived home dent of Sunlight, Mrs. C. Pelican '
Friday, May 29 from Tennessee also Mss. E. Heath and Mrs. Notice .
State College where he spent his Bettie J. Baker, Bethune Cook-

freshman year. ., man College. Juanita's Kindergarten will remain The Newspapers Say-Save Money by Getting
Until next week, your reporter
Primus. open during the summer AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

Star Ught Lodge Np: 542 will Josephine Pickup months.and Hot delivery lunches served service.dally. NOW-Before the rates go up

meet Friday'nl.ght. June 5 at the A Note of Thanks 1500 NW 74th St., phone NE Many of our 6-months policies start as low as
Mascnic Temple on Pembroke'Road.
4-0576, Juanita Jackson. JO $12 Down
All members are asked to
be present. The Dorcas Health and Welfare
Society of Bethany SDA Church
wishes to thank you for your
It is with sincere appreciationand wonderful cooperation in making 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL

gratitude that I offer my bestin their extravaganza a big success. FOR RENT 9-5284 NA 4-1811
thanking the many friends Space will not allow us to men- FURNISHED'EFFICIENCY
who remembered me with visits, tion all important persons ren-
cards, flowers, contributions and dering service. We thank everyone APTS.
s prayers during my recent confinement
the Miami Times and the
Provident 16.00 Per Week
Dorsey Corridettes Band and other -
Though not. lully recovered, I am"improving. ,. Mrs. Vivian Davis. 0 Free Gas OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU

e Free Electricity
The services of my physician, 0 Free Water SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
Dr. Von D. Mizell, nurses and others whose names I did not get.
attendants at ,the hospital were I say thanks again Mrs. Marie 0 Free Stove PSYCHIC READER
beyond reproach. I thank Miss Mack. O Free Refrigerator I
Rosa Stroman, Mrs. Harriet Sar- ..
gent and Catherine, Mrs. Winnie Newly decorated,. attractive
Brooks and Carletha, Miss Jessie $2.00 $2.00 furniture
Adger, Mr. and Mrs. Ben 'Walker -
Mrs. Marie Johnson and Mel- Introductory Offer 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.
ody, Mrs. Dorothy' Slaton, Mrs. EASY METHOD
Cecelia Albert, Mr. and Mrs. ,
Harold Nichols, Mrs. Vera Shel- REDUCING, CLUB
ton, Mrs. Olive Matthews, Mrs.
Mamie Montgomery, Mrs. Ernes- Coupon: worth $2.00 toward Iit 1 4f
tine De La, P. Smith, co-worikers court In Easy Method Reducing y!
at''Main Post office;--MiamiJohn May bsU toward ont wssk's 4
Griffin Post, American Legion treatment with no further; obll.
Auxiliary No. 165; Mr. James g tlon. LOVELY'BOMES
$2.00 ,Expires June 13 -'$2.00Check
Neal, Airman First Class Cornelius -
Rogers, who is stationed at
ad on another page
Platssburg Air Force Base, New ,
York; Mrs. Fannie Jernigan and 'I '
Let my year of experience guide and protect you through

Life AS ft Lighthouse guide the ship In storm


JAMES For Success in Business And Love


5 &: lOc STORE. I Northwest 0' You can -now have,your home made happy

O Get and Hold the position you so long wanted ,
.1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 55th St. Area 6 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now i

0 By the help of God she can help you

f SUMMERTIME! Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or In'I

Child's Swimsuit ........ 1.00 Diaper Sets .................... 1.00 troubleIt
1.00 will to call and Me this Gifted Medium First w
Pedal Pusher and Boy Swim Trunks, pr. pay, you
Blouse, set ................ 1.00 BO)'.' Shorts .................... .85 I Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, yon too can
Ladles' Blouse, ea. ........ 1.00 Cotton Panties, 6 for 1.00 be touched by this strange mysterious power
Women's Half Slip, ea. 1.00 Human HairPieces
Lad lee' Shorts, ea. .... 1.00 ............. ..75 and up WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
Lad lee' Panties, 3 for 1.00 Saving Banks ........ 10 up sam God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel
Nylon Hose, pr. ............ .78 Plastic Drapes, pr. ........ .$9 Low Down Payments of old Is still alive today And will open way for you through

Mirrors, bird feed, Zorl thong sandals, whatnots, shelves, Easy Monthly Terms the troubled seA of life. Let not him thAt Is blind leAd you or

zippers, thread, buttons, dress materials, house spray, spray yon: stumble with him.
guns. 0 Do' you doubt the existence of thing because yon cannot see,
them 1What
Monday i Only 1 Mortgage do yon think of the Invisible wAves .and sounds that
Patterns sold every day
orders and Simplicity
Money make WlreleM, Telephone, Radio And Television possible
thru Friday 7:45 a.m. to 7:10 p.m/ -8st till 9 p.m. .
A seed before It sproute, lies concealed, secret, silent In the
CLOSED SUNDAYS-00 tO CHURCH dark earth or womb of Nature. TIIEIIB IS AN "UlfSEBN

Third Ave. POWER" ,

Therefore, acquaint ,
self with the one who
2'and 3 BEDROOM HOMES Realty authority. Whose "
consultation will evolve ,you 4
With Small Down Payments to a higher state of mind. i
In Orchard Villa Area All Information is
742 NW 3rd Ave.

We Pay Cash For Homes and Lots Strictly Confidential [j ,

O FR 4-3297 _____
Office Hours 0 a.m-8 p.m.

Floral Park Apts. For Rent AND Sunday 10 A.m. to 1 p.m. ry

Don't Write-Call In Person
$20 NE 4-0394
2474 N.W. 58th Street DAILY READING 91.00 UP

S. Hutcheson Jr. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Chas. H. Pyke, RealtorPLaza RegisteredReal MADAM HUNTER

Estate Broker
4-0782 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami


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: ;PAGE. ,12 ; f SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1959 BeautifulHome .

.......r.t ,' . The. Best People Live at '.' ,1\o"I\ ,,," .I\' : '''t..., ....,.
". On Large ., :.i
"WHS ',,' .
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Your lot can be a paymenton
this 3-bedroom new 2. ATLANTIC ,MANOR, GARDJENAPARTMENTS o> .: ; .

baths 4 .
1227 N.W. 69th Street : \... ., : r
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Baron JE 8.1340 .
; '32nd Ave. and 42nd St., Northwest. .! .." t
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Brand New 3-Bedroom

FOR SALE JOB Greater OPPORTUNITIESThe Miami Urban Hardwood Floors, Garage Get out of the rut! Come and see

announces job opportunities for 2017 N.W. 55th Ter. ) i
50x150 DEERFIELD BEACH if* the following positions:
on S.E. 2nd Ct. East of SJC. Isi\ Key punch operator I, EngineerIng Bishop HunterWHO
Terr Terms Call Miami FRanklin Aide I, Firefighter, Automotive Open Sunday 3-5: p.m.
7-4812 Mechanic, Probation OfficerI

Police Officer, Precinct Prison CAPPER CONST. CORP. IS WELL
Guard, Automotive Equipment
For Sale or Rent Operator, Machinst (automotive), KNOWN AS
Clerk I, Clerk Typist, Clerk Stenographer. ,.
Beautiful ,New 3-bedroom PROF.: HUNTER I' '
For detail information regarding -
CBS HOME the above Jabs contact H if f+
Allen Wheatley Jr., erf the Urban FOR SALE For the past 33 years ;.: i
New Liberty City .
League or call FIR 16476. > 'r.t { .
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Private Filling Station 'If you are sick and ". t t> a." ;
1-0081 ROOM WANTED \
JE worried or in trouble J :. . ';. :f.''ri
SINGLE MAN wants room in 20 years in same place : t J 'k 0
this is, the place to :1t ''
Mr. Goldberg private home; small family, respectable ."] ;, f. .< '.
neighborhood. Phone OFFER TAKES IT come. Don't stay in the ,} '",
I "ftj. .
FIR 4-6781.
Johnny 9-3 dally < ( '
Fine for rut. Push back the veil
opportunity a !r }1 '. ;t
2-OEDROOM. CBS home. Large For SaleTwo Good mechanic of the lack of understanding t. ' } 3: #;:':' .
Florida room, carportfc, king size '
and bad luck '
lot. Oak floors, low .dawn. pay- rooms furnished. Older TERMS :.>, ,,. ;.\! .'.... .,
ment. Drive (!by 1350 NW 77th ,people over. 48 or In late forties that seem, to hold Y: 1I': : '...".,; '. ,

tert.PL, then owner: (MO. 71304or t preferred at 1768 N.W.. $12.00 68th per 9A.week. Call Come and look it over in your track and ad I '' .

vance forward by the
Corner N.W. 5th Ave.
PIANO in very good condition. -- help oEGod. F
Leaving town, must sell For_information and 9th St.
call PL 7-8973. 1218 RUMMAGE Your home, and every day life can be made happy.

NW .65th terrace. Phone FR 11830SUMMER He will .show you to bypass your enemies and get the

Men's socks; pr. ,.._.................,. 4c things that God put in the world for
LOTS. 2 (beautiful lots in nice, Men's.T shirts, 3c ........ 3 for 1.00 of God you. Let the
airy location Phone Lauderdale.Selling Ladies shoes, < chea// PL 4-5132. Work shirts................................ 39c FUNIS power that is in you will be awaken and you will be .
Work pants .,.................*...,........ .69c_ in a''higher state of mind and.spirit..
LOTS FOR SALE Radios, watches, TV's at Music, Dance, Art, Drama Listen to' Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your

Giveaway pricesRUMMAGE' dial every Sunday at 6)45 a.m. You are invited
Easy Terms FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY to listen to the Radio Ministry of Bishop Hunter of

Build 'on jour lot the Spiritual Temple of Zion Church located at 5417

or mm. 1346 N.W. 3rd Ave. Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla Donation will .
We,. take care of financing UN 5-3J57: be 'accepted for continuation' of this broadcast.Prof. .
NO MONEY'.DOWNCash ------ -....-....-....-..- Hunter's office is
daily from 10
open a.m.
paid for your lots orv 5770 N.W. 15th Ave. to 4 p.m.from. 7
Help WantedFpr : p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and con
;: homoSEYMOUR Opens a new branch in sultation. Closed all Wednesday. Prof licensed.
BARON .the best in Beach jobs see by the State and County as a Reader. r ..
Mrs. .
> Mac We are. placing cooks, Richmond Heights '
Housekeepers, maids and child- One-mile : "r,4r'
JE 8.1340 east of 7th Ave on Highway 441 Old
care women In year around 14680 Bethune Drive '
Licensed:: and Insured Builder sitions-salaries to $50.00. po Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendal. Remem Kr j.ber' .

Hostesses, we are paying $2.00 (Tot's Town) the.address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., Wett Hollywood,
.transportation on any live-in: girl Florida.
we place: Come early in..ajn. and Registration .at both ,schools '':itt' '
MCtfj bring clothES.. ." ,,
every Saturday

t 2-bedroom apt., Btove, 432 Espanola Way, Miami Beach .,1 .. 1. :. .
; I refrigerator and water, quiet .
''Intfiire 844 NW 70th St., apt.NIdEhY ) YEAR.ROUND'RA ES
: Con-L1 '. .
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FURNISHED weekly 7-6926, regarding designing : .' ? YEAR-ROUND LIVINGFURNISHED
room, ,$10 double; $8.50'single.. house plans, supervision. ,4. k... ._
Mae's Quest' House, 2120 Washington jun 13 '
St., Opa Locka. Phone
MIT. 1-3619. Jun 6FUftNESJIED DOMESTIC HELP, day workers
$7.00. Also office help. Apply APTL'H
2-bedroom apt $18 Aloha and AAA Employment
l'A-eocly) pX 1-4514. .. Agencies, 423 NE-1st ave.' .Phone
I. FR 3-9813. or FR 1- 446. jun3,
TW6 BEDROOM house. For .Information LARGE
: 1867 NW 58th st. EFFICIENCIES \ .

1 and '2 bedrooms with dinette :
andS large porches. Ideal notborilood plan,finance and build : .,.
close to shopping center your home' on largo corners
,schools and transportation ELECTRIC :
See lot ,
Equipped with Venetian on F R E 'E" : '

large stoves, :refrigerators, 'wall N.W. 72nd St. t .; WATER " > .

closures to --wall carpeting city water, bathtub, 'spacious en. and 21st Ave. .. GAS : % '.' ,. > ;: ". .. .

lawn and car strips.. Good location And phone JE "',r :', ", :_ '"
8-3709 NO -' '
for desirable tenants. Call FOR GAS OR ELECTRIC .: ,,
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OX__x 1-5134_.. .,>... __after ,530; pjm. '.' CORP. ", .

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furnished. Big yard 105 x 110 '
fenced in. 5520 NW iSth $ve, at ,
55th terrace. Open all day Satur 1.8
day and Sunday for inspection. :' BEAUTIFUL HOTEL ROOMS :: ;
Week days 5 'yon to 9 p.m.

FURNISHED' one room efficiency AT 'THE. BEAUTIFUL. . -
apartment. AU modern conven t
iences. Located'near two bus : ::t
lines. 3268 NW 46th st. Phone. 'G '' '
"The key to many a aully '
private home. 1- I the that fit the .
For nice one -
lady or man. 5710 WW =" .j.- .
19th ave., phone NE 48495. .
4200 N. x
E.F'.FtroJIENCYtor' rent.;*Prlvate . ; : 27th ..Ave.t, :
borne, 1387 NW' 60th-st. Call t tMU ., ,
.'Votel! ..w.r.: .;. ..:. '
>: ,G-9746. : .after 6 p-ra. ...' t.' *.. to. I - ._ .

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IN MEMORIAMIn THE MAMI TIMES-"The,.People.' Newspaper"


-MEMORIALS sad but loving memory of : ..t'.....r ...It. .,. ,. ...-, ..,..,...._. :,

our dear mother, .. '
** N..'.*',;
4. Richardson . .

I I DEATHS Colester Peterson, 841- NW 14th
the family of the late family of st., died In the Southeastern,pos-'
JUNJTA and THERESA BETHEL pital after'ft' period of illnsrfafay,
whcse deaths occtired on May 20 38. Funeral 'services, wore. held
wishes to thank the many Range_ '. . from th.v 'chaiper"' on Tuesday,
friends and neighbors for cards, : June 2 at'2-.m.: with- burfct in
telegrams, flowers, kind thoughtsand ,<,< Mrs. Luevenla Oollins of '1812 Evergreen /Memorial. .
deeds during 'its;.bereavemen , .:,',.". NW 60th St., died in Jackson Memorial ' :
- James'i Mfnnis 415MW ntf
L ment.. : ,,:Hospital on May 27. Sheis .L
To Rev. Rolle oi the Bethel : survived by her husband, Rcb- died I in, ,the: Jackson Memorial
Baptist Church ot).Uberty> City : 1 2 I ert, a young daughter, a father. Hospital on -May 28. ''Funeral services
fora 'consoling sermon ahd to the : .: I She was sent to Madison on !wereheld! in Wednesday, ,
flange Funeral Home for patient Thursday for final rites. 10 am Morn; the St. Agnes Episcopal -
church, with burial in Lincoln -
.p if and untiring services,, ,we say a I
thousand thanks, and pray God's ; :' Mrs.! Lillie Dell Taylor of 302 Cemetery;
Blessing upon you all < '. ' NW 22nd terrace, died at Jackson Mrs. Efitella Baker, 363 NW
WilKelmina Chaffleld, mother ." ?7" Memorial Hospital on May 15th st died in the Jaokson .:Mamortal. -.
and, family 30. She is survived by her husband Hospital on June 1,, Mrs
George, 2 children, 2 sisters Baker wa$< shipped to Rockey
CARD 2 (brothers She is now lying Ford, Ga. where funeral arrangements -
OF THANKSThe and will were- completed. '.. .
4 ', in r ;()se at the chapeL
family of the late i //be sent to Hastings for final rites. John Jfcrlry Wilson, 817 'NW

MAJTTIE LEE WHITEHEAD .. 1st court, died in the Vet .n"*
who passed on April 21, 1959, Walter Durden of 2993', NW Administration"Hospital ..on'June
wishes to- thank the many friends MRS. HANNAH HUTCHESONwho I 45th st., died as the result of an 1. Funeral 'services conducted
for kindness shown during the accidental shooting on Saturday, from the St. John (Baptist Church I
sudden death of our beloved wife departed this life June 5, May 30. He Is survived by his en June 6 at 2 pjm.with/ burialin M

...:ru and mother. '., 1958.' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Evergreen, Memorial Cemetery.
Special thar.ks to the Range Gone but not \forgotten. May Durden, three sisters, four brothers. -
Kenneth Obediah Hamiltontake Funeral Home. I she rest in peace and light per- Funeral services will be Jack Passmore, 422 SW 12th
this method of expressing TO those who sent cards, tele 'petual shine upon her. conducted Saturday, June 6 at ave., Homestead, died in the
our sincere appreciation to our grams, florals and donated. cars, Nathaniel Hutcheson, son First Baptist Church of Browns Jackson Memorial Hospital on
many friends and relatives for added thanks. Mrs. Catherine :Hutcheson, ville att:3: () 'pjm. with the Rev June 2. Mr. Passmore's body /was
their kind hospitality during our Many thanks to the pastor Rev. daugtherinlawHarold E. Brown officiating shipped to Zebulon, Ga. /where
recent bereavement. Our special Stevenson of the Mt. Cilia Baptist Hutcheson, nephew funeral arrangements will be
gratitude to the Range Funeral Church of Hawkinsvllle, Ga., Mrs. Ida Mae Holloway of 2251 made.
Home, Bishop Henry Curtis who and to the John Bohanna Fun Sims St., Liberia, .died at her
officiated! and performed his duty eral Home, and to all who were residence on May "31. She is sur- George Lommon, 2324 Service
with such knowledge and understanding so' kind to us. I II IN MEMORIAMIn vived by a son, Ira Whitehead cf Road, Opa Locka, died in the
., The friends of 15th 'St. 1 I THE FAMILY : Opa Locka; a daughter, Mrs. Jackson Memorial' Hospital on
and 5th Place for flowers and I loving moiriory of our dear Odessa Hills, a sister, Mrs. Sallie June 2. Funeral arrangements are
tokens of love. The Church of CARD THANKS husband and brother, Mae Brackett. She will lie in repose not complete.
God of 17th Street and at the Church of the Lordin
5th, Ccurt for the ,purse and service Thanks again to all,fny t ends, Christ of ''Liberia, (beginningat Manker
rendered by the No. 2 choir my church 'and the pastor; Rev U. :1r'J 6 on Friday. Services' . .
Edward T. Graham; the Pine pjm. Mrs. Arye Bennett of 808 NW
and the: Church of God of Prophecy I will be held at 1 pan en Saturday
Hollywood by the Sea, Villa and Floral Heights School with Elder A. C. Nance officiating 6th ave. who died in Jackson Memorial -
families! the Eastern Star Lodge, ) hospital was funeralized
,Brjx. Mitchel Cooper and his wonderful ; Burial will be in Ever-
choir who at the mo' Dr.. Gray's ,staff and the nursesat Memorial Cemetery: May 23. She is survived by her
ment's notice were right there to Mt. Sinai Hospital for your green husband, E. H. Bennet and tko{
render their service. Members prayers, services and gilts duringmy John Irollis of 6502 NW 14th sisters. Place of interment /was

and friends of Carver's Ranch illness, ave., died at Jackson' Memorial Evergreen Memorial Cemetery.
L. Laidler- Rolle William Brantley of 139 NW
and Centervllle Church of God Mrs
Hospital on June 2. He is survived
I 14th st. died 23 ..
May at ParaVilla'
of Prophecy who cooperated whole by 'his mother, Mrs. Odessa
heartedly and the many friends THANKS' Hollis and other relatives. Fun Convalescent (Home. Arrangements -

that stayed'with me: Sis. Beatrice The family ot'the late , eral services are incomplete are incomplete.
White, Sis. Ida G. McDonald, .
Sis;, Agnes Thomas, Sis.. Ethel ,
.' '
wishes to andxpress''appredation '
Gilbert, Bro. Nathaniel Humes, : CARD OF THANKSThe
to the many friends, ".t't'; *t .' CARD OF THANKSThe
Humes Sis. Ethlyn
Sis. Muriel ,
neighbors for kind deeds and i ..r .
Ferguson, Sis. Susan Adams and words cards floral of the late family of the late
telegrams \ I ,: \ family "
I fail to name. Words can ; J MRS. MUNNINGS'wish
many "pied 'in1\ their hour of bereave- I' "tl' -, RICHARD McKENZIE ARABELLA
nor express my appreciation' for ment. A7 t j OT, .,"M", .... '... :-' tkQf -.' would lithe to express their to express! their thanks to
your prayers.Words John Griffen post 165. "" .h ,;. :" thanks and appreciation to their the neighbors: and friends of Liberty
of consolation, telephonecalls William Weech !post' 168. .,! '\o'I'.i.. ,; '.>;J '. kind friends and neighbors for City for cards and, other
were all appreciated. It's a St Arthurs Chapter Eastern l.f.0'ff. .. '0'" ... .' cards, flowers, telegrams, kind expressions cf condolence duringthe
.1 .
hard blow for a mother to take Star. 'I..;...,v JHo": Mrs) 4W t.. \...." t thoughts and sympathy. Special time of our bercaverment,
but: God doeth all things well. Friendship Church,Mision Presbyterian thanks to Rev, Isaac Cohen and Robert A. Munnings, son
Earth hath no sorrow that heaven Church Key West MR. JOSEPH RANDOLPH Rev. L. A.Thompson for the fine Mrs. IHortense Munnings,
cannot share and its Joy to know St. James Baptist Church, Key who departed this life June 3,, service they rendered. Also M, S. daughter-in-law
deep dcura inside that others care. West.M. .1956. Allen Funeral Home Mrs. A. Roker, Miami; Mrs
It really helps to make one'sburden S. Allen Funeral Home. Your memory is still /with us, 'E. Carey, Key West; Mr .
Mulliens Glasoo Allen West
to bear. you see, Mrs. and Hollj-f
lighter thanks
Many And soon our light too will McKenzie Families wood, Grandchildren' the
Thanks many wife
a Jessie Sawyer, '
triends and relatives' for cards, ,fall
floral and telegrams May And Jesus will guide us safely
'Gcd's,pieces riches,, blessings be' with ; IN MEMORIAM .9 To dwell with you within the "COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT SERVICE"

you 'always. Our< deep devotion, love, and veil wife With Prices to Meet The Family, Requirements
Mrs. Aurelia 'flumes, mother respect: still lingers for the unfor- Marie Randolph,
and the family Helen Stewart, I '
Robert. Randolph, brother
and lam4bIN"MEMORIAM
1 ,
The family of the late .

tL ; .

In loving'anomory of my deal'' g .

I mother,

who /passed away eight years age
r today, June 10, 1951 ,

The rolling stream of life rolls or .... .....
But still the vacant chair J
My Y Recalls the love,- the voice, t h, t A fact to Consider When Selecting a Funeral Home

Of the smile one who once sat there. MANKER FUNERAL HOME .

.. ,; She was Just a plain' dear mother OX 1.9151 PL
6701 N.W. 15th Ave. 7.7038'I'
.. With her loving smile each day
r'f: Always ried' to do (for othersAs -

EL'SZ d., .'r she J Journeyed on the way.

: Tn.v those ,who hove a_ mother: "
-' - with loving '
Tend her care 1 w w
DR. GEORGE W STYLES, SR. You'll never know her value
Till you see her vacant chair.
1, gotten Dr. George W. Styles, wo (
departed June 4, 1958. Sadly misled by your daughter 'rx o -

Llk'ti.J''U." .. We !pray that Almighty God Mrs Cornella M. RentzASTHMATICS
may grant him continued
wishes to thank all friends for George W. Styles, Jr., son tI
their cards, telegrams, florals and Patricia S. Styles, daughter
other thoughtfulness during their) Mary A. Styles, daughter
hour of bereavement, which were Margaret B. Styles, wife
too numerous to acknowledge in' Want simple effective rei I e f
dividually. Especially do they IN MEMORIAM from choking, racking broil
thank Bishop E. L. Petersen, chlal asthma JpMmT o.t gem r

pastor: of St. Peter's American loving cnmory of, cur dear ine BreatheM .;- lee what 70
Catholic Church, the :Richardson husband In father and grandfather have been!' iniMlng.. There's n' 1m Jf... Sub AYDtTIIIILUIJn.oam4.r rk..... OX Mill. OX|4SU.CARPS '
Funral 'Home, all fraternal organizations 'LINCOLN WELLS ubctltute for original Bread:

cland sororities for who dparted this life May 28. easy Inhalant and nebulizing Je1 0...r1 A...........0w1tIft Olaf tiaw.IJenM blsl.", 7....I Dtrehs'I
their' kindnesses and aympatfclcunderstanding. Get comfort by breathing. Orsaanteed.

May the hard 'I 1956.May he rest in treat; q4 ..
bless l ? each and every person that TIDE FAMILY ; o:JrBr DKTja DEFT STORE
offered sympathy.


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, I St. JAMES A.M.E.Rev. ST. MARY'S W. M.
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.v:, ( ". 'J.., ..Y". .'ft1)f .. H. McNeal Harris, pastor Rev E. A. Culmer. pastor

,I\ . St. James, will observe its 11th
Ii annual Men's Da.y observance Mrs. S. Dawklns, reporter
I School at the
Sunday 21. A. C. Smith, chair- Sunday
man, Willie,A. Scott, co-chairman. usual hour with Miss Marva
( Trotman, the superintendent,
Ably'' 'assisted by 30 energetic
presiding. Classes took their respective -
\ captains and a loyal
with their teachers.
places -
congregation< and many
n The lesson reviewed by
I II the city and state. was

A most Interesting and inspiring . the pastor.At .
\ the 11 service the
ajn. pastor -
will be rendered on
I program,
from St. Mark 6:48
preached :
this special day, beginning with Wind." .
"Contrary Everyone
\ the Sunday School at 9:30: am. '
At the 11 ajn. service music by was filled with the Holy

TIMES 'The Peoples' Newspaper" the I Male Chorus of the church. Spirit, and one member 'Joined
I' the Christian family. No. 2 choir
J PAGE :14 SATURDAY, JUNE, 6, '1959 CONGREGATIONAL Guest speaker, Walter L. Johnson, furnished mUsic with their organist -
Ph.D.f' professor &t agriculture,
Rev Charles Wilks, pastorA. Mrs. U, Higgs,. and No. 1
Florida A and M University. He is
E. McNeal reporter
GREATER NEW BETHEL I BETHANY S. D. A. a profound and eloquent speaker.A ushers served.
Sunday, June 7 our state Supt. most cordial invitation is extended The 7:30devotion: was led by
Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor 5001 N.W. 25th Ave. Robbins W. RaiJp will to friends and strangers the pastor. He (preached from.
bars R. Clerk Eldr C. B.RJOck, pastor Psalm 108 theme "Successful
!! ,
preach for us. Most of us know to'; worship with the, friendly "

Wonderful are the qualities ofa I Last Sabbath was indeed a high Rev. Ralph as superintendent of church, on this special day. church prayer. as He a, whole was at is his praying best. The for

righteous heart, stated Rev. I day at Bethany. Mrs. A. E. Rus- the Florida Conference of Congregational that the Lord will
our pastor
MoClary as he delivered the Sunday .sell sang beautifully, "Keep Looking : Christian Churches. NEW HOPE BAPTIST him faith
give more patienceand
morning's message on the Up" tQ close the Sabbath It Is (IWdth gratitude and honor ,
I Rev. James E. Brown pastor endurance. No. 1 choir fur-
School. The that we welcome him as a guest
subject, "A Fixed Heart. pastor's sermon was
Bro.' Vandell 'Bovan, reporter nished music with their organist,
Rev. C. B. Brown, /pastor of a continuation from sermon on minister to help the Fellowship
Mrs. G McFord and No. 2 ush-
Shllo Baptist Church In Carver'sRanches the Munt, Matt. 5:3132.Baldwin : over this interim period. He will Sunday corning, we are, -anticipating -
another great day in the ers served.
delivered the evening dminster sacrament and give'
message on the subject, "God's Hetburn sang the the right hand of Fellowship to field of, Christianity beginning Holy Communion will be.. ad-
Wonderful Love." "Lord's Prayer" at the close of all new signers of our charter. with, : Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. I ministered on Sunday. \ -

Our pastor's Appreciation Night the service 'Just, before the wed- ,The corers of Alpha Gambia followed'' by our regular morning I

will convene Monday night, June ding march began fwihlch united chapter Alpha Gamma Chi Sorority services at 11 am. then closing. SALTER'S CHAPEL
8 with the Rev. P. D. Brantley Miss Marjorie' G. Franklin and were our guests Sunday. We out another day of worship with Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor

rendering services, after which I Albert Cook In holy wedlock. It were \iglad to have them. They the.Holy Communion services at' Ruth Twlggs, reporter

,prayer service for revival will i was a beautiful and impressive were Invited by one of their 'I pm.Our pastor will be in
:follow for the next four nights, 'ceremony. Best wishes to Mr. and sorors our member, Mrs. Juanita charge as usual with choir No. 1 Sunday School !began at 9:30:
with the revival convening the Mrs. Cook for a lifetime of happiness Thompson.OUr' I furnishing the i music, and all : am. with the superintendent.Sister .
following week, June 15 throughthe 'I together.The Sunday Service will startat ushers alternating at their post Agnes Davis and all teach-
19th. Rev. W. W. Whiteheadof 11 am. in the auditorium of throughout the day again as always ers at their posts.
Savannah, Ga., will conductthe M. V vesper service clos- Seventh Day Adventist School I we, extend an open invi- The 11 ajm. message hues delivered -
revival sermons* ed the Sabbath> and the Welfare 5001 NW 25th tation to the entire public to come by the pastor from Romans -
Visitors are always welcome at Societies, extravaganza began ave. and worship with us and If you 8:30.: This was followed by

Greater New Bethel. many, many thanks to our friends THE INCARNATION do not have a church ,home in Love Feast and a testimonial
and visitors who made this affair: our city /why not consider our meeting In which everyone was

a ,profitable' success. The eveningwas 1835 N.W. 54th Street church. We would love to have given an opportunity to express

Ml. CALVARY BAPTIST enjoyed by all. Music selec- Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar you as a [part of us and remem- himself., One was added to. the

Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor tions by the Dorsey CorrIdetteswas Susan Butler, reporter ber our I slogan, "Seven Days church.
great. Thanks to everyone. Without Church Makes One At 7 pan the pastor delivered
Phyllis Myers, reporter
The church's tenth anniversarywill Weak." So by all means attend another wonderful message.

"Have mercy upon me, 0 God, MT. SINAI BAPTIST be celebrated Sunday, June the* church of .your choice this Choirs No., land 2 combined
according to thy loving kindness: 1. and every Sunday: service for the day. You are always -
according unto the multitude of Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastorD. 8a3Q t.m.. -Church SJchooD) and w welcome.

thy tender mercies blot ouli my B.. reporter Bible Class. EBENEZER METHODISTRev.

trangressions... The baptismal service 'Just after 11:00: ajn.-Solemn High Mass, MT HERMON A. M. E.
and Sermon ,with procession Aaron D. Hall pastor
,We began our day with the ,
Sunday School which 'began at I save Sunday Three children School was(girls impres-) were 5:00: p.m.-organ recital a$ the Ernestine I.. Hambrlck reporter Rev, Samuel Gay, pastor.
Services Opa Locka
church featuring Mrs Ber- began with Sunday
the usual hour with Deacon G baJ tlzed. This seems to be the
Mann, superintendent in change. season for children and young thenia White, M. Mus., Fisk School at 9:30: 'last Sunday. Rev. Publicity. Committee.
University' sponsored the Hall delivered a very touching
The lesson reviewed Slst-
was by
folk to the
accept religious way Wait on the Lord was the
sermon choir
Episcopal Churchmen No. 2
benefit sang
ter Mattie Gray.
of life. organ fund. from the bottom of their hearts theme of the soul stirring sermon
At 11 a.m.. the devotional servIce delivered on last Sunday by ,the
7:30: IPm.-The Rt. which, made the morning service
The remaining of the Rev Henry
was conducted by Deacon (part service -
Johnson. The music was furnished was good, ,quite Inspiring, I. Louttit, D.D., bishop of the very'' high in spirit, Everyone Rev the T. C. Kelly. Rev Kelly Is
popular pastor of St. Paul
spiritually Instructive and Diocese of South Florida has present should have been uplifted -
by the No. 2 choir Then our t-,- AME Church, Coconut Grove.
lifting. kindly consented to return to in some way.
pastor came and delivered the
the Ineaination tn 'bestow the. On this Sunday, Rev. Hall, will The pastor and members of Mt.
morning found I Peter
1:4.: message The evening service was con- Apostolic Rite of Holy Confirmatlon ; deliver the holy communion at Hermon, the Biggest Little
ducted as usual in the devotional on our second. classof both services. Church in tOWn were fortunateIn

At 5:30: p.m. we had BTU with period. The Pulpit. Aid Club rendered this year. The women of the church are having this great leader to

Deacon Smith, the director, In a very spicy program, Mrs. Monday, June 8, 8:30: pan. the very busy now preparing them- speak to them on missionary
charge. Georgia McMahon was the most ,church banquet at the James E. selves for the annual Memorial day.: Other pulpit guests on last

Sunday night the devotional gracious mistress of ceremony, Scott Auditorium, 7200 NW 22nd Day which will take place Sun- Sunday were our own presiding:
j service !was conducted by Deacon and the 'guest speaker was none day, July 12. Coworkers are elder Dr F. R. Allen, Rev. Henry

Belln. The music was furnished other than our oiwn Sister Lula ave.A splendid program has been urged ,to support their captains.On Evans, and Rev. A. Smith.

r by the No. 1 choir iwho sang won- Moran, :president of the Missionary arranged for your enjoyment. next Sunday June 14 the There were also many. visiting
/ derfully. Then the pastor came Society of Mt. Sinai, also she Father, Frank Titus, rector of Senior U. B. No. I will hold its friends of the church in the aud-

.' before us with the message, "I am holds several outstanding offices the Church of the Holy Cross will annual anniversary at Ebenezer ience. The pastor is asking all
Going' to Prepare a Place For You In the district,. state and is activein be the principal speaker, Charles at 3:30: o'clock. The public is In- members to cone out to love feaston
And I am Coming." the national convention.We Lockhart will be toastmaster. An- vited. Friday night in order to* be in

( ,: Visitors are always welcome to other highlight. RoU of all pioneer Otis James, manager of the readiness for the Holy Com
!, come and worship with us at any were honored, to have a members. Tickets on sale for Afro American Life'Insurance munion Sunday, June 7. Visitorsare
time. large number of Pulpit Aid mem- $1.25. Co., and his staff will appear at always :welcome to visit our

bers from Mt. Zion Baptist Friday, June 12. night of Ebenezer in after services.
frames _service program '"
Church in with their!
parish : Sunday, June 14 at 8 pm. i
t Mrs.
president McMahon.
June 30, annual baby contest. I You are invited to come out and
Richmond Heights President Askew was at her share in this prdgraxn.; BAPTIST
Rev. Albert Jones, ]pastor best In her delivery of the wel-
Rev ,F. A. Allen, /presiding elder come address. Church of Transfiguration FIRST UNITARIANOn Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor
of the North Miami dIstrIct Sister
11 Moran's address was pre-
and ,his wife /will be our 'guest on ceded by a wonderful solo by 2571_ (Episcopal) Sunday, June 77, Jl am., I The Sunday School is making
N.W. 152nd
Sunday morning. Rev. Allen will Sister Gertrude Perkins. Ven. Terr. Dr. V. Ogden Vogt of Vero Beach tremendous :progress under the
also deliver the message. Come John E. Culmer will be guest speaker at the First leadership of our superintendent

out and hear this dynamic priest In charge Unitarian Church, Dixie Highway Brother Louis Taylor. The lesson -
speaker. ST. MATTHEW AMEZ Stanley Sweeting, reporter at SW 29th road. His sermon on Sunday was most Inform-

On Tuesday'evening following Services every Sunday topic will be "Blind Spots And ative and interesting.

the first Sunday the Rev; J. D. 1628 N.W. 5th Are. Morning worship! .................... 9:30: Vision" Dr. Vogt is minister The Rev. T Carter of Tallahassee -
Washington and his congregationwill Rev Daniel Pridgen, pastor Sunday School..................... 10:30' emeritus of the First Unitarian preached out of his souL
render services for us. Come Sunday School............... 9:48: sin Archdeacon John E. Culttner Church of Chicago, and has writ- when he delivered an inspiring;
out and support your church. Morning<< Worship ............ 11 t.m made his monthly visitation to ten many books and articles on sermon in the morning service.At .
In our last report there was a Evening!: worship ............ 7:30: n m Transfiguration last Sunday. As art and worship. 3 p.m. the Sunshine Bandat

typographical error In the amount .' usual his sermon and remarksto Following the service a luncheon Bethel Baptist under the sup
of assessment for each memberIn ANTIOCH BAPTIST the worshippers were insJ rlnr.; will be given by the Unitarian ervision of Sister Queen Ann,

the class leaders rally. It 1 Is Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor Plans are being formulated for Church School sponsors. strong, met with the previous-
$10 and not $1.00 as previously Minnie T. Copeland, reporter an approaching social evening. Following the luncheon, the Division mentioned groups of the various
stated. The class leaders rally; Members of the Sunday School, of Church School Educa- communities and rendered' a very
terminates the second Sunday in Sunday School was opened at the Laymen's League and the tion will have an election of office Interesting program that was
June and it is payable then. the usual hour. The ,pastor reviewed Division of Women of the Church ;s and directors for the corn- enjoyed by all. *

Parents don't fall to sen'd'your the lesson. will participate along with ing year. In the evening service our pastor -'
children to Sunday School and The morning and evening service friends to make the occasion a The newly elected officers and brought us a message that

league. were delivered by our pas- success. directors of the church will meet lifted high our spirit.
Say a ,prayer for the side: and tor. They were enjqyed by all. The Transfiguration is proud of on Wednesday, June 10, 8:15 pan You are reminded to rememberthe
the shutlns. Prayer service' leading up to its five representatives who were at the church., They are Robert sick in your prayer
our revival will begin Monday offered for confirmation at St. M. Deehl, president; Win. Ryder,

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER June 8. We welcome you to the .Agnes two Sundays ago vice president; Mrs. Doris T. KELLY' CHAPEL
to take a part in these services. Castles, clerk; Mrs. Raymond
I N.W. 4th
Phone Ave.FR and 16th Terr. Our shut in members are: Bro. TRINITY WESLEYANRev. Tirado, financial secretary; Mrs. Esther McNeil, reporter
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MASSES Nunn, Rev. Smith, Sis. Living- Paul Greenberger, treasurer. The Rev. Leroy Dell, pastor
George E. Johnson
Daily ................................ 8 ajn ston and Sis. Bell. Let us pray Mrs. Phyllis Andrews reporter, pastor directors terms elected James for three year ,We are deeply grateful to the
are C.
for them Lee end
and visit them Earle
Sunday....... 7 & 8:30 If possible -
t ajn. : amI Sunday .N..NNN.NN., 1 LJ&Morning. D. Swatford. women and all of our many
.worship ...N.NNNNNNM 11:00< friends/iwho have helped in numerous
I[ ST. JAMES BAPTIST BETHANY BAPTIST Young People's Meeting 3 p.m. CORINTH BAPTIST ways to make our Women's

BTU ..........................._.. 0:3 0 pm Day program on May 24 very
Evening Worship ........... 7:30: pjn 3078 N.W. 45th St. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN 1450 N.W. 59th St.Rer. successful. May God continue to
Visitors always welcome Rev. Rudy Keaton,.pastor W. T. Thomas pastor reward you wth' His richest blessings "'

Sunday School .......... 9:30: am Sunday School .......... 9:30: am Rev. James E. Culmer, pastor Phone NE 5-1518 .,
Morning Worship ........ 11:00 aJn Morning Service ........._ 11 a.m. Eddie Edwards, clerk Services every Sunday The officers and members of
323 N.W 14th St. BTU ............................. 5:30 pan Sunday School ......-_ 930 ajn Sunday School .??.?._ 9:30: a.m. the W<*nan'a. Society of Christian
Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor Evening Service ............ 7:30: pjn Morning worship .... 11:01 Morning Service .,... .... 11 a.m. Service .
Sunday Services Prayer Service, Tours. 7JO; p.n,. Westminster Fellowship "pm Evening. Service .N,,,.. 7:39 ,.m. Mrs. L. M Jefferson Pres.

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Morning JudgeNews NHSThe

.From ,Miami' Municipal Precinct Court class of 1949 held a very r

successful reunion Monday, June '
1 in Northwestern auditorium. 2&3
Elliott \J. Pieze, Time Staff Writer There were quite a few classes
represented as far'' back as '39.
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Miss Thomasena Thurston
It was ahother docket of 62 time served in jail ':before trial brought, greetings from the class
cases that greeted Municipal was held (May 17 to May 25)). of' 193d. BEDROOM HOUSES
Judge Mitchell Goldman In the Jake Butler and Louise Ghee Mr. Nelson Vinder was the
local precinct court Monday both charged with, being drunk, main speaker for the class of
morning May 25. Judge Goldman both dismissed. -' 1949.: He gave everyone some-
waded through' the docket and Willie Lewis, charged. with thing to think about from the
the session was adjourned by drunk disorderly conducted by subject, "The ,two Schools of FOR SALE
11:30: 'Monday morning. using tProfanit ned $50 or 20 Life.

The session was one of.average days. The group presented Lang '
interest with not too many highlight Frances Bradley, charged Hadley a $75 scholarship to the'
cases on the day's dodcet. with disorderly conduct by fightIng school cf his choice. And on Friday -
However, the case of Dorn found not guilty will give Dorsey Junior High Richmond HeightsNear
Williams 'jof 222'NW 22nd st., apt. Ola Butler, charged with drunk, School $75 to pay on a ceramic
35, who was Charged with disorderly disorderly conduct by using pre-
fanity fined $35 or 14 days. kiln.Music
conduct by using pro- was rendered by North-
and Shopping
Emmer Nickerson with
fanity, and with malicious mischief -' charged w".tern and Dorsey choruses. Schools
petty larceny ((2 suits) dismissed.
in the destruction of one Punch and cookies (was servedto "
window valued at $10 in chargeof Herbert W. Pratt, charged with the seniors in front of the Veterans No Down PaymentLOW
disorderly conduct -
by using profanity -
John Corley, probably stood Willie Jones changed' auditorium after the alumni program -
out as cue of the cases of the .
( the same offense in the CLOSING COSTS
day., same case both sentenced to Mr. C. C. Miller of NW 3rd
Mr. Corley told the court that time served ,In Jail (Friday to ave. received the $29 donated by .
Williams'' deliberately broke the Monday) the class. .
window and used a considerable Charlie Wilson Smith, charged We are hoping to organize a ,
amount of profanity on Saturday with driving without a driver's permanent Northwestern and FHA Terms Available
afternoon at the apartment in license and with reckless driving, Dorsey alumni association and
question. Williams admitted fined $30 'or<< 12 days on the two we are asking all interested
breaking the window, but declared charges combined. ''graduates and alumni of the two Down
that he thought he was at his schools to be present at the home: $300
own apartment, breaking his own Johnny Sands, charged with of Mrs. Sheba Major Martin, 912
window. driving on the wrong side of the NW 64th st., Sunday night, June
Judge Goldman found, Williams street, and with driving during 7 for the organization.: Plus Low doting Costs
restricted hours, fined $15_ or 6
ended with
The alumni
day a
both and
guilty en) charges fined
days on the first charge. License ..
at the home of Mrs.
him of 30 get together
a $75 or days Move in when qualified
suspended for 15 days on the Anna McDonald 1001 NW 64th
Among other cases heard and second..
disposed of were the following:, Robert Taylor, charged with st.
Thanks to all ''who made our
Jimmy Traves, driving withouta disorderly conduct by using pro- Models Ready for [inspection
driver's license program a success.
-sentenced to fanity, lined $25 or 10 days
Miss Earla M. Higgs, sec.

Morticians To Hold 35th ......
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Meet In Nassau ,


On June 16, 17, 18, the Florida
Morticians Association, Inc., will 208 N.W. 10th Strut RICHMOND HEIGHTS
hold its annual meeting in Nas- Charmettes :Elect, :l

sau, Bahamas. OfficersThe PHONE CE 5-6262
At the last meeting in Miami,
June, 1958 a representative! from members of the Char I
Nassau, Mr. RaleJ'gh' I. Butler, a mettes, Inc. Social and Civic
.prominent mortician and businessman Club officers to serve for the Beautiful Horn om

attended our meeting and term 1959-60. Your Lot
extended an invitation to hold the Audrey Williams, president;
next meeting of the association on Gussie Ervin, vice president; ltftv i4lle& *- -k
foreign soil. The executive board Alexine DeLancey, recording -secretary -
met and concurred with Mr. But- ; Barbara Ellicon, corre- READ THIS! READ THIS!
ler's request, after flying, a delegation sponding secretary; Althrneana Spy
over to Nassau for the Coachman treasurer; Arleen Thought have wings'

purpose of observing the conveniences Williams, reporter; Clara Knight, I can influence other
and possibilities of havingthe business manager; Jackie Daniels, ..
progressive type of ,annual chaplain, Margaree Orr, parliamentarian with my thinking
meeting, as have been accustomed ; Geneva Bethel and Complete bulldlno Mrvlc
Katie Arnold, social committee. Gifted
to1' in previous years. PLANNING q
Following the election a surprise -
Mr. Butler, along with the shower was ,held honoringthe BUILDING Spiritualist
Bahamas Funeral Directors As- infant sons of members, FINANCING
sociatkn, the Bahamas government Jackie Daniels 'and Katie Arnold. Your New Home : 'j\ Faith WorkerKSTAR
the business and professional The Charm ttesl participate actively -
personalities, the schools, in civic affairs throughoutthe / REPAIRINGREMODELING '
churches and clubs have assuredus year. Many social activities e r //f
that they are sparing no painsin have been planned by the group, RENOVATINGOver \
making this annual meet the amcng them being our annual .'
meat fabulous and different con- Sadie Hawkins Day Dance held Twenty Yare. of II StAr i_ now ready to Rive you your personal life reading.I .
vention ever held. in November. Construction Experience will solve your problems and show you the Toad to happl-

Groups will form at Broward Guaranteed ftatoofactlon ness. and success
County International snort, Ft. BAHA'I ASSEMBLY kind of'pcclaJ., work. Your Ute analyzed and your deepest
Lauderdale at 8 a.m. June 16 or 9Qaaraoaoaa4( secret told without you saying A word, or no charge

at Tampa International Airportat Mrs. Frances Baumgartner. K Star nan a special massage for you, "Knock and the
l&O: pan June 16, according to secretary of the Dade chapter of ( 9'<1 door will open. Seek and you will find." K Star U a gifted
their choice which must be indicated -
Florida Nurserymen and Growers woman. She 1* known by thousand that he ha helped a* ,
before that date. NE 5-6171
Association will speak at the
the LUCKY LADY, Horn with extraordinary gift and powers.YOU
Baha'i Center, 7:45: p.m. Sunday, 29th Street
1121 N.W. mountain She
Faith move
BAPTIST. June 7. Her subject will be, CAN I1H
Miami financial worries, restore health and Jolt
"Milestones in Religion All rasesand can overcome your
First Sunday services 'will be faiths are cordially invited. nature. Cause you to hold J Jrtb and steady 'work. Thus 1* a ONCR

as usual. During the morning IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY for you to become raceMful. *-

there<< will be covenant meeting.: Matthew Temple AMEZ No one In trouble turned away.SATISFACTION .
The choirs will sing Jointly
throughout the day. The Lord's 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. I GUARANTEEDN.

Supper will be administered at Rev) Daniel Pridgen, pastor t W. 27th AT..-Corner Flagler St., House No. 54
Mrs. Ruth Lucas, reporterA Cloud Tuesday
both services.The I- Open Dally; and Sunday < '
Rev. George I.. Sawyerf,
brief report on 5th Sunday I
one of our associate ministers, cervices, May 31. To say thank f -k. *
Is at the Christian Hospital where
you to all who helped to make a
he underwent art operation on high day with us for God in
his eyes. We pray for his speedy'receaory. Zion. Known as Parsonage: Rally

.., Day. Highlights of ajn. service.
Parents are urged to cooperatewith Guest speaker, Rev. Paul Free- DRIVER'S LICENSE !I
who trying
chose are
man, assistant pastor of Mt. Car- ..twln
the kiddies
prepare mel Baptist Church, delivered an
Children's Day program. See that inspiring message, one',to be re + SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
they come to rehearsal. Thank membered. Other visiting friends rIcan BEST

7OU. 1 worshipped with us, and Inspired -
hearts with their support. O'BERRY'SMAGIC
MT. ZION A. M. E. Afternoon our service: Greater tJ9: V

22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. Bethel AME Church was repre- CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
Opt Locka sented in, person and finance. rntCOMMUNITY
Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor Sermon by Rev" D. McCullough, ra FR 4-7756 rt 686

Sunday School ..._.__.. v::30 ajn. wave us an interesting message. DRUGS 1453 N.W. 6tb, YGood '
Morning worship 11 JnLecgtic I Rev. J. Hicks presided. ..3-r

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(Broadway Direct X)_' ,
Personal Mention i <", Expression of ThanksMrs. **". %u **
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Wants to DiscoverYOU .,'
Calander Roberts, businessman Florence Washington, .
,; of Nassau, Bahamas arrived by president of No. 3 usher board of .
r Pan American Airtways on his Greater 'Bethel AME Church (Reserve Your Space ,Now
OJ vcation.. He is the, guest of his ', Act Now! Register' June. > 6;*"'>. .
Mrs. M, Johnson of 1531 celebrated her birthday Saturday, LIMIT QUANITY : ...!t "
.Slsteri! (st court.- '.', :' May 16. Mrs. Washington' (wishes FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY 'I
.' to thank the members of her UN .153160'f ;w
board for the beautiful gifts and ,-
AmongP'8sse( {r.s arriving, cards given her In meeting May .;',,.-" ,
from the Bahamas'on Sunday: 14. and on) Saturday She ,wa s. a" YMCA Building
was Prince Bonamy who Is enJoying .
,4 : his vocation here. He Is a given a surprise party by her Do you own property in the Bahamas7'' 5770 N.W. 15th Avenue ,: '
member <>xf the staff of the Audit husband, (B. J. Washington, sis- I ., ,
Department in Nassau:. and: Is ter, Mrs. Mattie Johnson, friends, Would I / OX 6 )231 0 .ilJackson's
you like to sell-or buy? 'to tI : .
guest of his aunt, Mrs. Remelda Mrs. Alice Clark, Ernestine Lind-' I "I"

Simms. sey and other friends at the home I I :'
of her sister She again says Toddle Inn :.*.., < .. .
'f' .
thanks to flier friends and relatives J. :
Magistrate and Mrs; Maxwell '*
J. Thompson of Nassau are now in < for making her birthday a SANDS REALTY ,June 12 '-'7:45 p.m., r" -
Miami on a week's visit. While in happy one. .-' '.(+I...
Miami the Thompsons are the P.O. Box 1147 Nassau 2900 NW'43rd Street : .
housaguests of Atty. and Mrs. G. .. Bahamas
E, Graves of 1546 NW 63rd St. Graduation '
They expect to return to Nassauon ..w.>__ ...,,., .. . ,
Sundays < Qw
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